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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 16, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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SIXTY-TWO STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY ,16 1940 NUMBER SIXTEEN l} ill u

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only Politics I 'Soda Water Man' Still Active Philip A. Crosby Brownlee To Buy



At 91/ Years Of Age Died MondayAt

.periencesluggish
Strawberries At
Market
I At the ripe old age1 of 91, Chas. tonshlp of old friends along Call J

I Crutchfleld Is seen here sitting in Street. He likes to fish and

Week his accustomed placethe windowof never turns down an offer to slip Brooker Home '
Announcement Made Following Conference y''
a downtown store building- away for a few hours to some

Candidate For Rep- and surveying the passing scene. nearby lake or river Good Farmer And New Building, 'With Advisory Committee-Fee Set ; ;'

Celebrating his birthday anniversary At Lowest Possible Point
resentative Gives on February 7th, Mr. Respected Citizen Repairs Going On

Platform In Brief Crutchfleld Is perhaps the oldest Taken By Pneumonia Materials are being placed on the Following recent conferences with members of the local 'i'i

Ralph Alvarez farmer and pro resident within the city limits of typical I ground for construction of the M, advisory committee, II. I... Brownlee prominent strawberry \
Starke. He Is five P. A. Crosby example
lie dealer this week made his days younger 'C. Sweeney home on property recently grower and shipper announced this week that he will conduct
: of the "Ideal" Bradford
than L. C. Powell, who lives County
tmal announcement as candl- east of town. Just grower, died of pneumonia at his i purchased from F A. Scot I tIn his buying operations this season on the platform at

lie for Representative to thLie : Mr. Crutchfleld came to Starke home near Brooker Monday the northwest section of town the Bradford County State Farmers. Market. t..

Legislature from Bradford I and started a thriving new bus I- ." + night between 10 and 11 o'clock. ,!The house will be a brick is bungalow The decision was greeted with enthusiasm by market '
t and Mr. Sweeney using
lunty.I I' ness venture at an age when many He was 82 years of age. officials and a group of 75 leading berry growers of the"r
reared some of the materials salvaged
born
Mr. Alvarez was men are beginning to turn their rr Few men In the county commanded home which Starke area who had previously made known in writing.Tucker's + }
In the public schools from his at Hampton :
li oJ educated II thoughts toward retirement He more respect or were months their preference for taking advantage "' '. '
burned several
He Is ago.
Bradford County. mar- was born In 1849 in Crawford more favorably known than of facilities of the market : :v tl!,
Id three children and Is 38: 1 Mike Maruca Is remodeling his 1 ;
has "Uncle Phil" the affectionate
County, Georgia and was fifty- Brother in handling the Bradford \'\
Bars of age. six years old when he yielded to title bestowed upon him by relatives store and filling station near the berry deal. 'C,
lln making his announcement,: depot. He has greatly improvedthe t,
and friends alike. '
1 stated: "If I am the urge to establish a bottling s Though of this property; Following Mr. Drownlee's annoimcement. '" -1.; .:k:>:"
Alvarez small In he appearance
works and came here from Ocala, stature was exception "
the market committee "t Y ,I'
I since taking it over last fall. Killed In WreckAutomohile
In the that .,
1 this being the nearest open terri- ally large qualities go stated that the fee for handy '(J tt: :
to make real American citizen The Geo. W. Thomas home on
a "
tory for such an enterprise. berries ,I '
lag will be 20 per crate, 't i 1
It Is not idle flattery to say that Street is receiving a new \
He soon became known as the Cherry SmashesInto rather than 2 l-2c. which was "" '"I' :\

"soda water man" and enjoyeda he closely approached the Idealof coat of paint. Mr. Thomas has Truck On first considered. The lower* -1 :'"f'. "'

thriving business until he decided what a farmer should be, as converted this place (formerlythe charge was made possible by tbe11 i\ o,' r r. >I J ,

4 to sell out at a profit ten' judged by present day standards. J. R. Turner home) Into+ Way To JacksonvilleGerald large volume that Is expected at : :i tL,..'.
He was born, reared and lived apartments, and has done extensive the platform the of Mr ,
& years later. He sold his drinks, as result <( "
as far away as Baldwin, shipping his entire life close to the soil. remodeling both Inside and J, Tucker, 80, of Paynes Brownlee' operations there. The ?," \t\ '

them by train for those days ) He was honest God-fearing and out, ville, Minn, was instantly killedIn committee members have given

'It were In the pre-hard-road-and- temperate. Hew '. Jos E. Wilson stated yesterday; a car-tiuck collision 3 miles many hours of serious thought .to' I, ./

( truck-eia. His most popular I a a a hard ] that workmen will start soon repairing east of Baldwin on Slate Road this matter and have set the fee Ii ",

drink was Ryola, which a few worker, taking -I I I the old Floreus-Daughetry; No. 1 about 8:30: o'clock Tuesday; at what they consider the lowest t h\

oldtlmers might still j % In the his field turn|. I place on Cherry Street which he night and another occupant of possible murk necessary to pay'' .,'} ':f ';

Mr. Crutchfleld remembel"1 ) i recently purchased. This property the ear Robert Johnson 37 alas expenses of operating the market "
until '
Lc
good health In spite of right up t was In a bad state of repair, of Paynenvtlle, was seriously injured I : ,
the of his"last I II
day
one years and Is seen almost I I Illness, J I I and it will be a big Improvement The dead man was the Mr Urownlee handles the large ; i, j .
the 'ompun-I ('hu... Crutcltfleld II ;\ ''to Street when it l lit mod eat volume of
I every day enjoying ( Hew a sa. ;,;r:;." I Cherry brother of Harry K Tucker, Sin any buyer working II '(
ernized. tho Bradford County deal ,
t bfft4 I I h o m e-1 ovlng f'.l? .' t J clair) 011 Company ngent hero. berry
h7 homes Weller Street tie has bought during the past .
: Two new on
: Free Rides Uncle Sammy Griffis I man, p r oud j. j ..i II 1..f I are nearing completion. They are Six' men were In the car en eleven seasons", and has t the confidence : ..

: To Palatka ClinicThe Died SaturdaySam I head 0 fan ,Gu-- J;. tJ; being built by John II. Denmark unite from here to Jacksonville: and good will of many of f ',1'

; i 1 e x ceptlcnttUly j and H. I J. Prince. Harry K. Tucker (driving), Gerald the county's leading growers. 'ic, '

A local American Legion Griffis, 69-year-old farmer 1 la rge family J Tucker and 1.V.. Tucker all In making known their preference &

Post will furnish free Irunsporla- and sharecropper died in his 1, to which he' '+"- brothers and the latter from i for selling berries at the t\\ ,

Jew., tion to all children who wish to sleep Saturday night: In the tenant I I Noted Speaker Watcrtown, South Dakota; Robert -,' market growers called attention 11" .
was strongly Johnson Dr C. L. Wlnthers
attend the clinic being held l in house just northwest of town, I to the greater conveniences of i '
March 8. It I la I I devoted. H e I'aynpnvllle. and Moirlxn Lebow- / Jt
Palatka Friday. where he made his home. space sheltered platform area, !
Kalpli AUarez by the Palatka '' kept the soil, sky, also of Paynesville. and facilities to be found W';
| being sponsored "Uncle Sammy, as he was To Visit RotaryNext cooling / ,
lected Representative I will |I American Legion Post In cooperation known, enjoyed considerable fame and the soil I I Occupant of the car said the there. In recent years the j ;

lard the Interest ot the taxpays with the Florida Crip locally as a wart remover. He kept him. To all who complainedthat l truck. owned by J. S. Gullln Jr. cramped unloading facilities along i ,

s this county and I will op- I pled Chlldren'a Committee. Dr. claimed the ability to make them they could not make a liv WednesdayTo of Jacksonville, was parked more Tenth Street have been a great 111't }

any bill that tends to In- John F. Lovejoy ,will be the ex go away by 'a complicated ritualof ing., be liked to boast ;"ftxA he had lie "Community than two feet on the paving without Inconvenience to farmers: The t.1 I, '
I will theo lights. or flares and men, were traffic at mid-season 1: '
ase taxes oppose I amining physician. his own invention and there reared a family of fourteen. problem 1'
Fence Law 100 percent and-,1 it Children who attend the clinic, are many "patients" to attest his children and had never had to, Service Day" HereA changing a tire. The car rammed reached serious pioportlons an ,y- "

have the opportunity to vote I from here will leave the courthouse success along this line. buy a bit of food with the special treat Is In store for and into demolished.the rear of the truck growers found platform and yard ::1 I ;

i this bill; I shall do everythingmy I at 7:30 a. m. They will be tion of 18 pounds of excAp-j was '"
His death was a great surpriseto members of the Rotary Club oi space Inadequate and were forced I
power to defeat it. I will free lunch by the Palatka bushel of All else was' The body of Gerald Tucker war
served corn.
a his widow, Lena Griffis, who a Starke and the general public on to overflow Into the stieet.
(reduce a bill to provide for the American Legion. Parents are states that her husband "cameho I grown on the rich, i rolling lanI' Wednesday February 21, when sent to Paynesville Wednesday
1 I| where the will beheld With muiketlng facilities equal. If
funeral
edy aged of this state a pension requested to meet them upon theirreturn m e Saturday that surrounded his comfortable Dr. Charles E.: Barker of Grand night .
that will b esufflcl here 1. and Johnxon's condition was to I hOMe found anywhere In the j I
the courthouse old home Iliooker. I
to near
,
I like Michigan will give three
i... night I Rapids '
reported as "fair by St' Luke's state now at their disposal. BraU- !
e n t to around 3 or 3.30; o'clock Friday ve Born on December 16, 1858, in I lectures locally as a part of Ito ,
tnke care of he always did hospital attaches. An Inquest was ford County gl'Owerla re looking
; afternoon the New River section of this | tary Observance Week, February
t?
them, and 1 I and during Abraham Crosby held yesterday nfternoon Other forward lo a very successful : ,
county, Philip 1824. parties In the urcldent I escaped berry season Hunt lire said. to hi
will to he wan
try supper I t
eliminate the I i Mrs. Mandy Hodges telling somefunny was. married to Miss Cl.iriftau I Wednesday, February 21, has with only minor cuts and! bruises! be pulling out of the cold! weather r ';

red tape they, Died In Auburndale jokesand I Bragg: on February 12, 1884.I been designated "Community Ser I setback In tine shape anil, barring i';.f 1.
Death came exactly on the date vice and (the local club considers j,
I i Diiy" I additional freezes production
I
have to making
go lof Negro Farmers
I Mrs. Mandy Hodges, 63, a life versaty. I It distinct honor that it of fruit will hit the stride h ;
through nowto : long resident of Bradford county I r J4.el us laugh. He was selected as one of the few To Have MeetingA around the middle of March !:
recel v e a to bed, .
died at the home of her daughter, went Typical of the devotion to fam- clubs to be visited by Dr Barker 11"

pension."I Mrs. G. P. Parrish, In Auburn- apparently I ily which marked his life, were while In the state. He has been conference of colored farmers

'' a will oppose dale Saturday February 10 of feeling allright the circumstances surroundinghis a Rotary lecturer for the past of Bradford County will be Ralph Rhodes i.j

any bill" pneumonia, following an illness of -'y but was fatal illness. Mrs. Crosby hadpreviously twenty years and has delivered held In the Reno school Thursday Speaks At Lawtey : '
dead
found
been sick and it was his addresses In all partsof night 29. 1 t
kt that favors a only five days.Funeral inspiring February County AgentT. j. "
the morning. An examining found necessary to carry her to Rhodes, of the f
services were held at next the country. K. McClane will speak on the Ralph president
private cooperation a'-'I the graveside in Rattle Snake physician stated( that death was a Gainesville hospital. In spiteof Dr. Barker will speak at the subject of agriculture, and there Senior Clang of B. II. S., made the ": .

o r In-! Cemetery near New River Mon I the result of a heart attack during advice to stay at home becauseof regular Wednesday luncheon on will bo various other talks on principal address at commence. I ; t ,,

i. I* WYNN terest private over: day, February 12 with the Rev. the night. the Inclement weather Mr the subject of "Rotary By-Pro- homemaking. The conference Is ment exercises for the Lawtey 11.?\ Pi'

the his widow. Mr. Griffis Crosby Insisted that be accompany being held In effort to stimulate Junior-High School Tuesday night I '
ie common people of this State.: Harry Pickup Pastor of Besides dticts. At two o'clock in the afternoon an he
believe that I know what the' Christian Church of Gainesville, Is survived by two sons and two his wife on the trip. It was then he will address students of Interest in agriculture on the at 7:30 o'clock. d 1"

eople of this county want, and IUl officiating. Interment followed daughters by a former wife. Theyare that he contracted a cold which II. H. S. on "How to Make the part of the colored citizens In Taking as his' subject "The :, '

serve them to the best of my I Immediately after the funeral : Vasco Griffis and George developed Into pneumonia on I Most Out of Life." and Wednesday this county. Value' of a High School Education I i

bUlly for the /good of the county ceremony in the cemetery. Pall- Griffis, both of SUrkc and Mrs. Thursday of last week. ,' night he will lecture In the E. Ii:. k'vans, principal I of the ," young Rhodes stressed the j :
Besides his widow :1r Crosby
id not for the sole purpose of bearers were A. O. Andreu A. J. Mandy Posley and Mrs. Reta I Woman's Club building on "The Reno school stated yesterday that fact that the character develop'
fourteen children,
Ivanclng myself politically or Thomas A. J. Griffis Nick Cassela. both of Lochlooaa. By Is survived by Most Important Job In the progress Is being made In the ment received in the modern t li

nancially. Thomas E. W. Hayes and E. K. his second wife, he la survived by 57 grandchildren and 13 great World." home economics department, Payment school Is just as Important to the ;' r

Except for Mr. Alvarez' an- Perryman.Mrs. two .BOH, Kldon: and Owen Grif- grandchildren. His C. E.sons Crosby are: Robert F Clark, president of forI sewing machine has future man or woman as the subjects It
O. ,
'> fli. and one daughter Essie Jane, Robert Crosby Club extends recently been completed, and an learned. from book d
uncement. it was the daughterof the Starke Rotary
was a comparatively Hodges and A. D. Crosby, all of Yukon;
I dull Jack Johns and the late Mrs. all of Starke; also a stepdaughter, Den an Invitation to the general pub- oil stove to be used In touching "The modern mother sighs withrelief '
Junction
week In coun- Johns and was born in Bradford Leveta Thornton. One brother T.S. B.Crosby Crosby, River Avon Park; ; and lic to attend the evening meetIng conking, ban been ln tallt' l. I when her child is at last old I II'.'

ty pol 1 111 I cs. county September 13 1877. She 1 and three slsttrs also survive Eugene, Hugh Butler, and Lyon I Hot lurches are now being enough to go to school," the '
late William r-;. Griffis. Mrs. served to students for ten cents stated. "It IH there that 'I'
: Little political was the wife of the They areJoe Crosby all of Brooker IJaugh-i I aj speaker
i died here In 1932. week. They are mail possible by the child! is expected to learn
talk being Hodges who Becky Bryant Mrs Sarah Wilson (Continued on Page Five) Gray To Move Here I
heard and Besides her father, four sinters Norman, all of I I commodities furnished by (the welfare nf'otnellcourtt'.y, cleanliness I
Easter
f: few new survive: Mrs. Mallory Thomas. I and Mrs. I If He's Elected board. m I health habits, and all the things .
of Starke. Births Of Past Week : need to know to
names werementioned Mrs. Fronle Clemens both I I I that he or she
Mrs. M. Rivers of Funeral services were held Henry L. Gray candidate for become a successful member of ,
I n and Walks
Starke Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Crews.Lawtey. Again :
connection Auburndale and Mrs. Ella Lewis from the home Monday afternoonat 31. the position of Circuit Judge of MocletyI ," aaj
with the Rev. F. girl January I I the Eighth Judicial Circuit, was Without Crutches I '
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with the coun- of Brooker A brother W. S. two o'clock Mr. and Mrs. D. Lehman Nor- The Rev. L. A. Shepherd of ,the '
Johns of Starke survives, and also : M. Garrett officiating. Interment Lawtey girl. February 1. here Monday, lie has many friendshere I State Prison Farm spoke on the ..f

ty races. five daughters: Mrs. G. P. Par- I was In the Pine Grove Congregational man.Mr. and Mrs. Warren K. Bradley -I having been a former resident l- John Williams, 12-year-old son I subject of "One Way to HapplneH .-
J. F. Kick- AUburndale Mrs. Iva McKinney I Methodist Church of Starke. of Mr. and 'Mr*. Dewey Williams ."
rich, 2.
Starke. boy February
liter I I. Mrs. Minnie Atkinson Cemetery. Mr. Gray stated that If elected of Starke, Is shown here as he,
pre- Starke, Mr. and Mrs Forest S. Thomas, The speakers were Introducedby

f- f. K1CKL1TER along to con- Brooker, Mrs. Rosie Movie Gainesville, boy. February 3. Circuit Judge he will return to -- strolled down I Prof. I. B. Cody, and certificate '
See According 1 | Call Street
Rotarians Starke to make his home. -
duct an active Lawtey and Mrs Elva Mr. and Mrs. Deleware T. Webb were awarded to the 12
Carter, of law. It me day re-
palgn for the office of SuperS' F. Tibbetts, director of Waldo, girl February 5. to requirement Junior-High graduates by School t'+
Auburndale. Geo. the ; the
l I in ently -
Norwood
R 3lstration for Brad- Park of Palms near here, entertained Mr. and Mrs J. C. Sapp, Sump- Is Illegal for two judges r Board Member J. H Moore.
ii.IJ. Hodges was a member of the lame circuit to live In the same ; 'Irst time hei .
County
.He made his formal RotiwUns Wednesday, son+ City, girl January 31.. "
Funeral arrangements said. Since i tad walkedwithout
nouncement last the Baptist Church. I Eddie Weldon county Mr, Gray '
week. travel scenesof Mr. and Mrs. Pq Calhoun Fowler Dies
were'In charge of De- with motion picture Judge H. L Sebring Is a residentof using
C.
Chastain stated that he February 6. I
'Ylre taken on his Starke boy
and
Japan
China Gainesville It will be necessary ,;rutc b. s In
make his formal announce- ,Witt C. Jones. around the world. 1 Funeral services were held re-
recent trip to live else over a year.
pent for Mr. Gray
soon as candidate for Coun- particularly Named cently for Calhoun Fowler 46- t
members were Subdivision '
Club a ThispluckyE '
where If elected."I r.
ty Commis- New Job At Plant with scenes showing year-old steam shovel operator I
lad Injured
Impressed was -
stoner from conditions In China, where Knollwood will be the name of have made no bones In telling I '.,. -1 E who died of pneumonia at his ,

District No. 4, Following their meeting Monday labor beings earn a few cents a the new sub-division here formal voters of other counties In the lat a yeaI''qf Jan- residence near Brooker following&

comprising night City Bond Trustees announced human work that Is commonly't erly known us the Gaskln Block. circuit that I will move to Starke igo while un. illnesH of two weeks.
engineer day doing 1:18 r y
Graham that an employed additional at the done In this country by beasts of The winning name was submitted 'I If elected..; Mr Gray said. i enjoying I a I I Services were held In the Forest

Hampton, and)I will be burden. by Mrs M F Brown In a contest of base1 Grove Cemetery, Alachu County
water tame
Tr.eressa.: I municipal light and plant- sponsored by Mrs. W. II. ', IVIn I{ One, Lose One r ball. A bone'with the Rev. Cleveland Moore of
for the position
Written applications Noll man of Sebring owner of thel Trenton officiating
J L. Wynn I will be received at the officeof Light Rate ApprovedThe property Mrs Brown wa awarded -'!, The Starke Independents "brokeyen" r --.......J j In his knee i s
states that) Carl Johns. hereIn was shattered, Mr. Fowler was born January
Clerk In two played
his candidacy I City City Bond Trustees Monday a prize of 19. I the past week.games The local five and the process cf mending wait 31, 1893. and was a life-long resident ;

night gave their official sanction I tedious. Throughout of llrooker. He In survived

C for omm1sslonertrom County!i New CorrespondentThe to the new electric rate of! West Indies Scenes lost Armory 61 to Saturday 5,7 to LaCroffxe night,"" and in decisively the- thin long': trying and< period however, John I, by his wife, Mrs. Florence Fowler

two and one-quarter cents per his good spirits, ; three brothers Johnny Fowler r
c Is pleased to sn- defeated Green Cove always kept up
District i Telegraph all energy used for I Motion pictures! showing scenes),I Fowler and Carlyle ,
Dyal kilowatt for and to ,watch him you'd nev.rknow Lester ,
Etta Fay the ,
Miss 57 to 34 In Armory
No. 3 (South nource that domestic consumption In excess of In the West Indies will be shown Springs on Fowler all of Trenton; and three
1". Starke ) III !' will henceforth serve as news correspondent -. Park of Palms Sundaylight here Tuesday night. They play but what walking 4
C. CHASTAE* City. .100 kilowatts. All three trustees I at the night (Saturday crutches with you leg in a plaster sisters, Mrs Francis Breeding of t
at Sampson Callahan tomorrow
Dr. Geo.
Uh
meeting w II. Smith, and p at 7:30: o'clock. Dawson
Davis. E. in the Lccoochee Mrs. Angle
vor. He recently announced i Residents of that section with are Mica asked M.R. J.Barefoot were present for the I F Tibbetts, director of the Park ) at the arena In Jackson cant world..!was the mod fun I and AIr Murry Davis of HI ltue.p.n.Keew *ij!!

ting that he is In favor of bet-I( ? to leave Items either I announced yesterday. ville. .ill
I' roads for the county Dyal or with Mrs Ethel Jones. testing


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: BRADFORD COUNTY, TKLEOIEAPII, STARKE. FLOKIOA FRIDAY .alIU1\ny ID. ,Ir..I
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f, for the meeting of the Court of GUM BRANCH SAMPSON CITY Tornado Hits herein against/ you on or before Tp. 7 S. n. 22 F.. '
Boy ScoutsObservance Honor Monday, the 4th day of March, A. Ar'l'esJ more CJr Luna. untdininK'
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lly Miss Elizabeth: Harnage Ky Etta Fay Ilyal I>. 1940. said ertltl'ate! No 1'1111'raeod 413' 11&I
Judge J. Olllrf Edmunds, Chair Albany, Ga. It l 18 further ordered that this Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, .,(
man of the main Court of Honor Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Graves and Miss Thelma Manning of Starke order be published In the BRADFORD Hampton Nt'''' 111 Tp 7 S n All\
a embraced 2 I
COUNTY TRLEC1IIAPII. i under said ,, '
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of National Scout, in Jacksonville, presided. He children of Umatilla and Mr. and spent the week-end with Miss Striking through soft, predawn newspaper publlnhnd In said County 420. iif ," j,
Week February 8th-14th came into : gave an Inspiring address on the Mrs Dave Walker of Mt. Dora Mary Graves. of Bradford, once each week fortU1I1' Lot 3 Sub lily. ol sw. I
warmth tornado -
a careened "
connecutlva weeks. Known
full Thursday even- subject "Scouting--the American J. A. Harnage andi AlM0. a" Harint.i'Heo. ,lJln:
swing on were visiting C. R. Graham and son, made a savagly across Albany, Ga., WITNESS my hand and official 20 Tp. 7 H. It. 22.: LI; '
ing of last week with the annual Way," Following a devotional ser- i i family recently. weal this 3l8t day of January, A. under said Certificate N, "hr':tarty '
business to Jacksonville last 141
Scout Week Banquet, held In the vice and this talk, the main court Vunlce and R. C. Keene of week.* trip Saturday, killing 23, injuring I 17 OFFICIAL 1940 SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .tindersthensaid ,th-..<, "hid "I|

Woman's Club building with an was opened and the following Shamrock were visiting here re- nearly 500 and smashing; propertyworth Clerk Circuit Court. By J. II. Kelly 413 was in the ..l'tlf"'hl"> '
E. D. Jones of Wildwood spent I Deputy Clerk. 2-2 4t 2-23::! Attrl. Chem, Co, The !eaxthpt 1
ttandance of approximately 110 members acted In the capacity of cently. S the week here.Mr. $5,000,000 to 9000000. the said property under UHM .L !
Scuuts, Scout PHrents. Scout officials judges on the court; M. G. Bos- r'.rlltlcate I No.; 420 wuj.-j '
in after 4 I in, r:
Mrs. P. D. Reddish and children and Mrs. Ray Goodge; of Rumbling just a. m. on UI'1ft 0(0' HI.U'TION AMXtrillO ) of A. A. Durden, h'
r' and guests of the Troop. well Scout Executive of the North and The apM
TO API K K
of Hellbronn were visiting Mr. Maxvllle were visiting friends "like a thousand freight trains. : meat of the said. ,
The banquet was opened with Florida Council Area; C. F. The Stole of Florida to iJiura the said. certificate IJr"P..rty '
the vicious corkscrew wind start- No
and Mrs J. S. Sauu recently.Mr. here Monday.Mrs. H>88, Harrington Hotel, Canton, the name of 1/S5 "u"
of Commissioner Joe Rich- Unknown
call "Assembly"played Smedley
the bugle ;
W. H. Smith was visitingIn ed its mile-long furrow amongold New York; Unless said.
and Mrs. B. M. McRae and certlflcati--, ,
by Bugler Scout Mack ards, Sergeant-at-arms; 'Judge J. You are notified that, Roy B. redeemed .hali,
southwest according
homes four blocks
children of Pine Level were guestsof Jacksonville Monday. HOHH. an plaintiff nan duly filed his .to i law
Futch. The Rev. Frank Robinson -. Ollie Edmunda, Chairman, all of property| dekcrlbed ,
J. A. Harnage and family recently Mrs. Pete Dyal was visiting her of the downtown area, smahlng bill of complaint for divorce old. 1 to the highest btddl", 'wit"
of the First Methodist whom were from Jacksonville; Ueda as defendant at
pastor against you, Laura Court house. door
dozens of these residences, killinga on the
in the Pine Level section |
parents Issuance tlratll
for the
Church and Scoutmaster for' The Rev Mr L. A. Shepherd of and that affidavit day In the month of M,'rh ,
hurt- tiled
young white woman and of thin order wan duly which I
Troop 70 acted as Master of Cere- the State Farm; the Rev. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the yesterday. all In the Circuit Court of Brad D. 1940.Is the 4th. day ot Ma1; !
Ing
scores.
monies. The assembled group Allen, the Rev. Mr. Pendleton; State Farm were visiting rela- Miss Etta Fae Dyal spent the ford County Florida In Chancery; Dated this i 7th.. 4tyOFFICIAL : u, Fob"
night in Starke with Miss Vesta and you, Laura Hens are herebyurder..d A. P. 1940. (
Joined In the Pledge of Allegiance -, and the Rev. Mr. Robinson. tives here recently. to appear In Bald cause on
(
SEAL) ,
A ,
McRae. Court Feb. 20
to the Flag of the United John Anderson and Lyle And- Mrs Leila Parrish spent the County !March\ 4. A. D. 1940. Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court .f Brio'rb",
is IN designated a. '
Manzle Goodge of Starke County Telegraph !
County Florida ,
States after which the Rev. Mr : erson were admitted into the week-end at Pine Level with Mr. County Judge E. K. Perryman the newspaper In which thin order 2.n 0OTIveOF
spending a few days with his .
A. E. Lightfoot, pastor of the. troop as Tenderfoot Scouts. Mr. and Mrs. B. M McRae. announced yesterday tnat a term shall be published once each week -
uncle, Lem Brown. for four consecutive weeks prior to
First Baptist Church, led In the Boswell presented 2nd Class certificates Miss Alice Edwards has re- Mr and Mrs. Lem Brown have of county judge's court will beheld said, appearance day. \ FOIL TAX APPLI/1TIOl 1)EFnNOTiEns14
/ seal
Invocation.An to Harold Crews, Steve turned home after spending the here Tuesday February 20. Witness my hand and official Mill No. IILI
I been confined to their home with at Stark! Florida this January I
excellent meal was served St. John and Warren Winkler few months In Canal Point. 1940. HKRIOHV 11I\\
past the flu and are some better at The docket Is light he stated. 30th A D. That W. S. Hlbley hc.ldi, ,,
under the general chairmanshipof I Mr. Hillman presented the rankof Mr. and Mrs Leon Conner of this time. Clerk OFFICIAL Circuit SEAL! Court) A.of J.Bradford Thomas, Certificate No. 511, Issued,' th)or', ,j

Mrs. L. F. Futch. Scout moth- Star to Billy Lee and Bryan Rising were guests of Mr and I I I SPEED, WEIGIIT LIMIT County Florida. day filed of same September In my A.I office\ ISM,;,,
and the following merchants Harrell Mr. Allen presented the Knight & Knight and
ers ; Mrs. Felix Sapp Sunday. GRAHAM Tallahassee, The State Road for plaintiff. 2-2 *t 2-23 made application for a tax d"
made contributions toward the rank of Life to Sonny Peek; Mr. Mr and Mrs. H. ,C. Edwards By Mrs. L. C. Smith Department placed speed and Attorneys vmbrures be Issued' the thereon.following Said "--ITIK,,

meal: Tip Top Grocery, Edwards Robinson presented special New and daughter of Canal Point were weight limitations Saturday on .NOTim OK APFM<" 1T1O\ property In the County <,' IIndl iliwi,,
:Market, Greens. Store, S. R. York World Fair awards to Frank visiting relatives and friends hereover Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Lewis of sections of four roads in West Foil TAX I>KBIHrnmtv > State of Florida, to-wit

Johns and Sons, A. & P Tea Co., Robinson, III, Arch Thcmas, Jr., the week-end. tho Ziff section visited their son- ( IIIII HEHKBY No. tfln: OIVKN. iffifa of NJo '4 of NWSS, a NH..
Florida because of dangerous con- NOTICE IS \
Mathews, Model l Dairy, Carpenter's Mike Dew and Leonard Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Shaw and in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ditions resulting from wet weather That H. A. Bishop holder of Tax: NW In\4 I4 "o'fNt%&\\ 1. 1'1"f E'ut\' !\I-A sh4; -
Store, Van H. Priest I. W. Dyal, Sunday Certificate. No. 418. lumied the 2nd, I"W\! of NWM Section II
Rexall Drug Eagle Bronze Palm application children of the State Farm were 7O.|
which accentuated damage day of July A, D. 1934, has filedsame 8
South Mange 23 Kimt.: ,
Store, Peterson's Dairy, Merita was filed and accepted by I visiting", In this !section Sunday. Mr; and Mrs. W. T. Wasdln of caused by the January freeze. In my office and has madeappll..a.llon 40 Acres, more or I lees. 'II

Baking Cumpany, Seybold Bak- the court on behalf of Eagle I Miss Audrey Newman in spending Waldo were visiting Mr. Wasdln's iMMiifd thereon.for a Said tax certificate deed to be The axHeHHinent. of hit ate, ?

ing Company The Bradford Coun- Scout Frank Robinson, III. | a few days in Canal Point parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. braces the following described em1; I city aced under was In the the said name tenlfliatt,,' "q.;
ty Telegraph, und number of with relatives and friends. Wasdln, Sunday BUS SCHEDULE property In the County of lJ'adtord,1' Mwan.UitloKH. "
Sonny Haynes, Buddy Davis, i Northbound "Stnte of Florida, to-wit: |I Maid certlflrul.., ,
Mr. and :Mrs. Roberts of
Scout parents. and Comer Perryman were recognized Joe Johnson .of Gainesville. was Roy Lots 1. 2 & K'Xi'\ of Lot 3 In SE r"di>eiiiotl according to null
the State Farm were visiting Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. Cor. of NKVt <>It NJ3"i-2'i A., Section law
The menu was as follows, In this section Tuesday property denrrltied therein'
In order for visiting will
t ns being application relatives Sunday afternoon 12:30 p. m., 1:45: p. m., 6:10: p. 29 Township 6 South, Range .old to the highest lililJei
Pickles Tenderized Baked Ham. 22 Haft, containing 3 Acres, more m
for the rank of Eagle: court house door on
and 10:10 thtfirm J
.
m. : m.
Buttered Carrots, Potato Salad, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler of p. or loss. day (n the month of
I Scouts In Jacksonville on February SUNNY BROOK FARM March I'
The n."n'.nt or the said
SouthboundLeaven property
with which l IH the 4th. ,
Hot buttered rolls, Jelly, Hot 22nd. Mr Lake Wales spent Sunday under the sold certificate IMmiod day ol si,
-
Shepherd 1940.
Coffee, Chocolate Milk, and the Senior Patrol Warrantto presented i By :\In. Floyd; It. Crosby Mrs. Fowler's parents, Mr. and Starke at 2:40: a. m., I was,," In the name of Dr. Ida J.ileiherger. Hilled. tlilH 31 at., luy ,n teen' )| ,
Mrs. J. A. McKinney. 10:20: 8. m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20p. : 1940OKF1CIAT.
"Mother Made" Apple Pies Mrs. George Flynn; Also Patrol Miss Doris Dyal attended the m. Unless, said certificate shall bo ( !SI: ':AL) A I Tin
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers attended I
Titus Olson of the Orange Blossom rednemed according to law, the lark of Circuit Court ,
Leaders Warrants to Bryan Har- Woodmun Circle in Lake i h,"
meeting ,,
"{Oct hound property described" 1 Ihor..11will be
the funeral of Mr. Rivera'aunt County, Florida ,
Cafe baked the hams; Mrs. rail, Edgar: Wilkinson, and Comer Butler one afternoon last week. I leaves Starke at 5:35 m., mild tll the hlKhist" bidder at the 51
W. G. Halle of Halle's Cnfe and :Mra. Bill Hodge, at New p. fourt house door on the first -
Perryman; Assistant Patrol Lead Mir and Mia. 11. I n. Kelly and: River Monday.Mr. and 11:30: a. m.EIIHI. dny In Ibo month of ':March ton-I
..t Tourist' Cnmp mnde the coffee. ers Warrants to Cheater McKinney baby and. Buck Woods spent the ,' nnd Mrs. O O. Graves and bound which In the 41 ii., lay of ,, The Hoard\orici of TO Boml iiiiiiti T( II' ,
Following the meal the Toastmaster Steve Weldon, Steve St. week-end In JackHonville with rel- 191L i i PiudlMid County, Floild.
Leaves II
little daughter. Shirley, spent Staike at 5:20: p. m. Doted tills 2ti!) ) lny of January, calve
bids
until 10 o' i
address of Wel i
an .
gave John.Merit atives. Sunday with their parents, Mr. Ticket office and bus depot atConway's 1940Ot"FiCIAL At.a roll Ilth. 1940, and ,L' I' n. ,
( SEAL) A..T. Thomas,
come. Dr. W. K. MIcMleton. Mayor badges were awarded to to he .
O. )0; Crosby and Misses Betty and Mrs. J. A. Graves and Mr. Service Station, corner Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford publicly opened, n t
of Stflika spoke on behalf of the following Scouts by Beaver and Doris Crosby of New River and Mrs. L. C. Smith Highways 13 and 48.I' County Florida.. 2-2 fit :3-1 for Hall the lit following the City ;of Mark, Pic

the city, und C. H. Nasworthyi Scouter, the Rev. Mr. I'endlt'ton: spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. One Full l>lesel ainglnl. :Igradertint
Mrs Annie E. Ward returned
spoke for the notary Club, .opon- | Frank Robinson, HI; George I''J., R Kelly and Mrs. Bulah Kelly Sunday from visiting her son 'I'III p! C'IIII'I'I'I' c'olll'r OF* 'I'III.! YO'1'11'1)1 lull: .,-'', 1 IM 111':1'"l.irTIONriiiilr :(ptt : Break lens than horse Thirty'llnxlmull1 l'o

spring group for ins Troop. Flynn; Bryan Harrell; Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Snooks McRae" KHiMTII .11 U"'II.. < IIU'I'II' IV < >- > IIIII \e. '"::1) Welrht to.... not. loss inn 1 1pouiula l''
I Powell Buck :Mc- Henry Altman, at Nichols, ,\M> Ft lit lilt tltrolil <'01 NTt, :royii'K; I( : m IIKKKMY/ divt.v: ,. or One Tamilum drive
Smith
The Rev Mr. Charles Allen, ; ; George ; j and children of Tine Level spent '
I ri.oitm\ i\ iMv\< rrMiTH'M '
That .
I' MISH Marjorie Mathews of B. Y Saxon, holder of Tux Mane Motor Umder Max.
pastor of the First Presbyterian. Millan; Comer Perryman; Hilly I last Sunday afternoon with rela Starke the weekend\ with ( TO mFixn\XT;: : (Vi"tlth'ut.. .Vt, III:! loMicd' the 4th., I Break Home. Power to hI< nut
Church: _was Introduced, as.the Aa-|Lee; Sonny Peek; _Sonny) .Ha. !! nes.:.,L1lYe\'tJ1el'e.' spent Iletn'ittta I'lalnllff Jones, liiv'' if July A. 1>. 1JI27.: TiixJVrtlflcate : ; than Forty five hors pus,
-- -- --r Miss Alta SmitH recently. So. 42(1( lasted the 3rd,vday VVelKlil to l he not IIHB li.n I I'
h elm ant Scoutmaster of Troop 70,1 Permanent award banners for i Mi, and Mrs. Hob Halxlup and Mr. and Mrs George Conway -Vain I of August A. /I. 11)31.) : and\ Tux\ ('cc.' I pnuiulM on Standard Muc, 'hln. '
hM been Church Attendance and for Advancement r.'IIC" Addition Jones, (Ifnate Xo UTt't issued the 7th machines. to be
appointment having approved son Fred, Mrs Inez Kelly and '' J>ef..iu1untis : ""ulpp.d1" i
I of Palatka were visiting Mrs. C. clay of August A, I)' 19.1.1: has filedsalon / reversible Blade
at a recent meeting of the were awarded by Mr. Hon. Donald and Mrs. Alton Fogg Sunday. I I I run: NAMH or TTtn STVTC OFIFIOltlUA In my office and Ins madenpplicnllon I Bond Trustees reserve. f|b r
4 Troop Commitlee Frank Robln- I: DOMwell to the Mohican Patrol. I Dobbs and baby, Eloise, were recent UltKKTINO: ( : i iTO I' fnr.. tax deed to be to reject any or all I bids,
Mrs. Lizzie and : I'larqnca Ail I" .
I Wynn daughter -II"II thereon.rui Ordered
III Arch Thomas Jr., and In a most Impressive I to Ja triune Add,.,,, IN i I, In regular .enlo> it I
mm, ceremony visitors kMonvllle.I Miss Dora Mae and Mrs' s eo Knight of / <1 (Vi'llfl Enos Hayes were presented as Judge, J. Ollle i'Mmunds presented I Mrs. Calvin Word and children Florrie "ilniiil'UH ('lull Hiiltlmortt' .Mary lowing described property| In the many A. D. 1940.ATTKST .
the Eagle Scouts of the Troop Michael A. Dew with the highest were visitors to Starke McKinney of Starke were land.V h..rM County of Dradford, :Slate of Flor- ::: : A. A DIII' ; I Saturday visiting Mrs. Ida Jones Saturday. in are >y rpijulird to appear ida to-wit. I I Carl Johns, Sears
Mike Dew as the Eagle: IIppll- I rank that the National Council afternoon. In the bill of complaint" filed _<,'f 'if :NWi, of NW4: Section 32 I!I 2-! _I

cant who would, receive his I'aglf'I renters upon any boy, that of Mr. and I Mrs. Floyd Crosby and

; badge!: in a few days; and Comer Eagle: Scout. Mia. new the mother children were visiting MI'lnd

Perryman, Ruddy Davis, and I of Mike stood by his side dur- Mrs. A. II. John In Stnrke Sat-

Sonny Haynes as being prepared ing the proceedings and pinnedthe u i'flay.

k to make application for* the rank eagle badge on his uniform. G. M Bennett 114 I spending a few Where the Cars

of Eagle at the next Court of I The Scoutmaster also stood with days In Starke and Theresaa with are

Honor In Jacksonville. mend j him. The privilege of writing In | relatives

Several times during the i the nook of Gold of the North I L. M. Guinea and George In-

the Scour band, under the diicc- Florida Council area was then extended I man were visiting Floyd Crosby
lion of t<;ague Scout Arch Thomas, ,' to Kiiftle Dew und he was i one day last week

t played Members of the bund arel congratulated( by the chairman of Mrs. Mack Woods Larry Gar- of /

; Scouts Arch Thomas, Frank Rob | the cOllrt. j ner and Dewey Woods. of Jack- YESTERYEARS

} Jnson, III, Mack Futch, Leonard The court was dismissed with j' Honvlllft were visiting Mr. and

u Smith, Comer Perrymim, Hobby; the pledge of allegiance to the Mrs. It. B. Kelly one day last

,a ltg( 0. Guest members of thee I Flag of the United States. One.week.We

band: Jack Halltl, Kmmett Per- verse of America was sung by the are all glad to see this aC

ryman, Francine Fisher, and Irene congregation 1111.1the benediction I wurm weather. The farmers In

Cuuhavv ) was pronounced by Mr Pendlelon.Mrs. our section are netting ready to ?ra'

} The Bat, Mohican. Panther and E. K. Perryman was at the j plant spring cropn.VANDKRBILT.
I
Wolf' Patrols under the direction orKan

d, of their lenders gave Interesting! Monday afternoon the entire i I

y exhibition! and talks on different j Troop was entertained at the Ritz I By lIIMI"t'lma Norman '

phases of Scouting.:: Grace Dew Theatre at a :Movie Party, the

accompanied 1 by Mrs K.: K, Per- management of the Ritz being I Mr. and Mrs. Kugeno: Ellis: of

ryman, sang several popular selec- | host for the occasion. Worthington Springs were visit 4?
lions. Francine Fliher and Irene! ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.

Cutshaw added to the t'elf'cllonlti| THERESSABy M. Norman, Sunday. _

4 In asni.itIng the accompaniment on1! Mrs. ,\. L. Sullivan )1:,'. and Mrs. II. I* Norman and
tho drums: I I family of Vanderbilt were visiting
'1 After the members of the Troop I I I Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler of' relatives Sunday: afternoon.

had repented the Scout Oath. A.I'' Gainesville and I.lr. and Mrs.I j I Booster Chuff Ins of rinevllle,

J. Thomas gave an Interestingtalk ZelKler and children of Ky., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben

on "Physically Strong"; Prof. 1 ville wero recent visitors", Jackson-I'II jamin Faulkner and family.

Ed. Williams I on "Mentally I and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler. Mrs. J. W. Knight and daughter -

Awake"; and the Uev. Mr. Allen I Ien I I Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and daughter -| Sandra, of Lake hatter spent

"Moially Straight." ,i I Miss Elsie: belle Geiger, were Saturday with her parents. Mr.

The following net up for the ;I visitors to Starke Thursday. and Mrs. F. M. Norman.

Troop was announced by the Mr. John Hall was transacting Lucian Conner of Rising was

", Scoutmaster; Assistant Scout, business in Staiko Saturday. visiting L. I.. Renfroe Wednesday
muster, the Rev Mr. Allen; Junior Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanlee of evening.

AstdDtant Scoutmaster, Frank ; Luke Butler were business! vislj Mr. and Mrs. Wniren Illoods-

t Robinson, III; Senior Patrol:]j tors here Saturday 'I worth and children of Ralford

Leader, Mike Dew; Senior Patrol Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were I' were visiting Mr. and Mrs F. M.

Leader and Scribe, George Flynn; transacting business in Luke .I Norman Sunday.

Quartet'master. Buddy Davis; As-I' Butler Saturday. Alec Ross and Mrs. Ellen Barber -

aistant Librarian, Olin White: A. L. Sullivan visited hU mother and. song, Fobby and Jerry,

Bugler, Mack Futch. j| in Hampton Friday. all of Jacksonville were visiting

Bat Patrol: Bryan Harrell,! We' are glad to report n.V, friends and relatives Saturday

i Patrol Leader; APL, Chester McKinney Moore home from St. Lukes Hospital Carlton McCord and son of

; Elbert Earl Thornton, In Jacksonville and rapidly Starke were In this section on

Harold Crews. recovering from a serious Illness. business last Saturday.S. DO Fords ever wear OUt? -**///-* tw/ service atlow

Mohican Patrol; Edgar Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Long of Jackson- J. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. .

I'atrol Leader; APL, Steve. ville were visitors here Monday. Herbert Norman of Long Bridge
cost.You
don't
Weldon; Olin White. Jack Hall. I Miv and Mrs. Cecil Moore and I were visiting Mr and Mrs. L, L. probably expect to driveyournew

Panther Patrol: Patrol Leader, sons Charles and Larrle vUlted I Renfroe Monday. Well ten is
years a long time in the life of
; Comer Perryman; APL, Steve St. I Mr. Moores parents Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman of this section any Ford for the next ten years, but it is good to know

John, Bobby Biggs Warren Wlnk- I 1) W, Moore Monday evening. : made a business tiip to Lawtey

Jer. Mr. R. C. Dampler of High : Monday afternoon. automobile. Yet..o" one million i929 Model that the endurance of the very best materials is

Wolf Patrol: Sonny Peek Patrol I Springs was a visitor here Friday.He ,. Everyone please remember

Leader; APL Mack Futch; Lyle was accompanied home by church services at Water Oak Ford art still in oftrat.on. This i is more than there.This .
Anderson. John Anderson. I Mrs. Dampier who had been lila week-end. ,too,is one reason why Fords commandtwicethenumberofanyotherlowpricedcarofthe

Sea Scout Patrol, comprising! upending a few days with her par

two Crews: ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. <'\Un OF THANKSWe such a high; resale value. Today more than ever

Starboard Watch: Coxswain Friends here of Mrs. Anders take this ..

Frank Robinson, III; Assistant will be sorry to hear she Is seri friends. and means neighbors of thankingour for the same Model year. It is almost as many all other before Ford is the Quality Car in the low-price .
Crew Leader. Enos Hayes; Leon ously \ill In Dr. Itraully's Hospitalat
ard Smith. Yoe 01 a n; George Grandin. many expressions. of sympathy makes combined
Powell. W. W. Packham was a business nnd for the beautiful flowers sent -regardless of price! field. Only Ford method could build In THETRADE AES1 t

Port Watch' during the recent \Illness and death NOW!
: Coxswain Arch visitor to Starke Tuesday, I
of our beloved Here again is evidence
of
lister Ford
Thomas; Assistant Crew Leader, Mrs. I). W. Moore and Felix! Kalch. Ada E. quality a car so fine to sell at such a low price. -
(
Signed) Mrs.
Sonny Haynes; Bugler Buddy Sullivan were transacting businessIn I Clara QETTIE8EJ1VALDE
Davis; Billy Lee Buck McMillan.The Jacksonville one day this week.A ./ Stone, Clifford Kalch. L. R. Kalch. Ffre.m .""'.:"JP, .NVwt '"9.'''.''.'''

meeting was adjourned by large crowd of Theressa!I of Lake Butler after-;;-Illness of j

the Scout Oath and Scout Bene young people attended the Jubilee several weeks THE QUALITY CAR I IN THE ort

diction, followed by the sounding "Hill Billy" Concert at the school Rev. Mlnshew ft lAke Butler, LOW-PRICE I FIELD S-V-'I '*"S*:

of Taps by Bugler Mack Futch. auditorium In Hampton Monday will preach at the Christian, lord rr Y-.l.
Yellow Jonquils and fern were night. I
church Sunday morning and peb'.1I
.
used on tables and greenery In Supt A. J. Griffin of Starkewas evenIng -| 1 ._

the auditorium Place cards and transacting business hIre Mr. E. s. Sibley was a business J y.yeWeak.-terat.;
W.
menu were at the
plates.
Saturday afternoon. visitor to I 115L
Starke
Saturday. J I the
i Sunday evening at 7:30: members We are glad to report Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Milliken Andrews r VALUI ) t"
of the Troop joined their tfusle Hardee Itrw.prae6 d
Improving at the and children of
j Ocala visited .
parents and friend In the First home of her son and daughter-in-/ Xlllllken's parents. Mr. and WE ]AIDE JJI,
ethodh't Church for Mrs'1
Worship and law Mr. and MM. Arthur Hardee A, L. Sullivan Sunday STARKE, FLA. MAKE en

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iB FIVHBTAFF -- Ha riTAItKIL, FW1tIDA ', FFJU UARI' I., 10SU c : cc NUMIIEII T % ,


____ Jean Davis Real IncidentsIn Lotta Chatter I Junior-Senior Banquet On Reading Books Flashy Uniforms Tornadoes To Meet ,; ':,f !,

*" __ Gayle S.well. The Lives AwaitedThe Ordered For BandBand Baldwin Teams r rAt
trt-Chief U 11. Harper and Margaret P, looks so nice in her Eagerly "No, I don't want to read that '.

te Jones Frank Robinson Of Ninth GradersAn new yellow sweater. Have you and seniors are I book. It has too many pages,, members have been meas- Armory TonightBradford' ;

Francln: Fisher seen Rivers' and Dot G's dresses?? juniors and look at that fine print! The I .
___ Katslle Austin eagerly looking forward to their I ured for uniforms and hope to receive \ :
eh Embarrassing IncidentBy above Is heard Player Boy I' ,
Elisabeth Plumraer |I They are made alike, etc (cute I a complaint very them will be )! rAnd
the junior-senior soon. They
annual affair I
Harley Jimmie Griffis i too), Douglas seems to be the often In the school library. When Girls, lose To 'I.
byCMargaret which Is to be held March I and white-- gabardinecape
Pearce banquet, ]1 I green green
One thing on the campua. All the a pupil Is selecting a book to read Melrose lest Friday Night
Sunday afternoon I went 15. and cap worn with white :
girl are him notes and for his own enjoyment. Just I
PE'JAL nEI'OeTEern L LJack Alta bicycle riding with two of my of writing Plans are being made with think of the thousands trousers, for the boys and slacks Lust Friday night at the town >
awnaend, course he has to answer, but of people .
Halle Arch Thomas, friends. It was great anticipation. With the cooperation for the girls. armory Melrose got revenge for '.
a very cool aft what are they about? Jacqueline who have read the delightful book, ,
I.. M, Gaines and of the juniors, !Us last loss to Starke by defeat- : M'I
ernoon and we were feeling reek Murial? Perry has the most fun help "Gone With the Wind" which has The band will play with the .' : '.
this great event will be a huge club February 23, Ing the home girls 3330. This '1 :
less. On down the road we wentas teasing a certain Senior girl. over 1,037 pages and very fine glee Friday, '
(
[ EDITORIALIrebruary fast aa we could, until we came Grace Dew Is wearing a Lee High success. They are striving to print. The trouble with most of helping to make the concert a big proved to be as fast, if not ; ,:

to a small creek flowing under the School Ing. I'll give one make this occasion so remarkablethat us is that we are not willing to success, its members hoping to faster, than the game the two 'I 11'game 11'-:) '

12, 1809. anotherwas road. I said: "Come on, boys and guess to whom It belongs.you So It will go down in the history read and try to understand really prove themselves worthy of unl- teams played earlier in the sea !' j )..

born-In a log cabin. let's see who can go across'the Everett is liking that little town of B. H. S. as the most success worthwhile books forms. son .
out he wasn't Just ful event which has ever occurred The Starke led at the half ';i' iJ@
t turned creek without .stopping. We all not far away. A senior I know Too often we want to read some- They are looking forward to girls \ ,

?. ordinary child. Pretty agreed and across the creek we had better watch his step. Caro thing light which, of course, does this event, and have practiced but the Melrose girls were Just a :' 1

It began to appear plainly pedaled three or four times with lyn came to school telling abouta -Alta Smith not do us any harm, but neither very much In preparation for It little too fast for the local Belle, ,

It.., though maybe more hu- out hazard. Joe said: "Let's goon dream. Too bad some of them does It help us. We enjoy the The Starke girls play Baldwin +I'"
[ not going to fall easy down farther; I know where Mammy Sez tonight, February 16, here In the I"i
tas don't come true! Did you know book while reading It, but It is Song TitlesFolks
too-common human faults; there is a very slick place wherewe I Clara Mae chewed gum in English soon forgotten It is like wantingto Armory. :

in to show early that this can skid through." Clans? Imagine! Warren Fred Dear chlllun: eat deesert all the time insteadof don't you agree these The boys lost to Melrose for !

u going to be anything but Soon we were going down the' erick's looking kind gny with Another glorious week-end, and your vegetables once in awhile song titles' help describe these the second time this neason. The

nything but shiftless, any- road again, and after while we: that red scarf. Watch out, Jean just gobs of fun! seniors final score was 31-16 ), I I

but worthless. For from came to the slick clay hole. After! will be borrowing It. Helen and We sho' do miss you at school, Some students in high school Clara Mae--"She's Small but The Tornadoes played a good

mo he was knee-high Abele skidding into it a few times, ij Ralph were seen making pictures Betty Phillips; and we're glad have been known to attempt to Sweet." defensive game but were not ableto

give-me-room type, the decided I would get upon the road 1 of some rather handsome and Elizabeth Plummer is back again! I make a book report on "Bunny "Sweet the Flow score very much. The Melrose /
Margate!-- as
which later made him ben and run into the hole. Apparently] I pretty scenery. Betty was so ex Dat book Ralph Rhodes nm Brown and His Sister Sue." Now cagers scored most of their points .

the sight of all good Gerald had the same idea, only cited about the fire. And who read in', "Laughter"---sho' nm a this book la good reading for ers In Maytlme. on long shots The boys seemedto '\'

tans began to take firm he came on a slant, so that my I wasn't? Little Iris has a new honey. children from four to ten years of Carl-"For" He's a Jolly Good be slow Retting started; vhlla J.j ] '

n his character, and from bike hit him at a terrific rate of beau. Don't tell anybody but Seen around de campus jest a age. If a person had never seena Fellow} Melrose started with a bang. :

ttt to President he develop- speed, and into the hole I t tumbl three little girls got sick on fudge singing and a swinging: Dot, Bible and did not know Its significance Jenelle.--"Scalterbrain." The Tornadoes piny the Baldwin : :

lympnthetlc, understanding, ed. Friday night Have you noticed Rivers, Opal, and Selma. he might pick it up, Kstolle M.- ."I Just Don't Care team tonight, February 16 ;

cart Plastered with clay and! mud Ralph's hand ? He lost his ring,, Margaret and "J. B." done seen glance at the many thin pages of Anymore" also: It U hoped the boys will be \f MJ ,,;

conditions under which he from head to foot I furnished I but a darling brunett found It. dat good show In Jax'vil1e--"The fine print and then put it down, I'verett"Drlltlng: and DreamIng able to avenge the loss to fluid- :jij i i '

ere trying. In winter the amusement for many as I wend Simple wasn't It? Odessa was Great Victor Herbert"D Is deciding It would be too hard to ," win earlier in the season it i: r

scow whistled in through ed my way home. missing Monday. hum hum. Mike still talking about it. read. Just think what that per JoeIIa"Jut as Happy aa the "" \I

cks of his cabin-home. In I D. has a habit of coming In as a Where's you get dat \black eyeL. son would have missed! Days Are Long Senior Play .,'; ,

miner the sun baked him Some Farts of !My Life nine o'clock scholar, also Hugh. C.? Say! Light reading !Is all right, but Anh-"You Can Depend on .

while he worked hard. But By William BakerI I Loral got a letter! Gayle got a De seniors started practicing why not try to develop a taste for Me. Is Coming Soon ,,.Y;t.YPractice '

winter and summer Lln- note! The twins got presents. More really good books? Loral "When Irish Eyes Are "' ',, I
5h have had some very for dere play Monday afternoonSho' for the annual senior \ '
"
all conditions as few peo- embar-I I fun! I'll be seeing you next week. -Mary Townsend Smiling
rassing moments in be good-de name '
my am "Grandma
gonna play this titled
his best to adapt -Peeper.e Helen"A Pretty Girl Is Likea year {i
-doing .
of these was when I was walking I of it is "Grandma Goes Hollywood Goes Hollywood," began here last ;!
When he realizedave Melody.
ercome. down the street and bumped intoa I ." Bright EyesHere Monday afternoon and is being ,r}i I
hard hard L. "Chatterbox.:.
work ,
lor end to being exactly no- large negro woman. The reason i Meet Our Seniors Willa Vida really does like dat Mai Ian.--"All Smiles" coached by capable, "I-know-my'f' :;, ''h'hbusiness" I
up I am again! And have I '
I bumped into her because ]I
wan I book "The Light That Failed"and Ruth Sternberg. i
| he did his best-and won. I been this Odessa "Always Ready and
blinking weekenoughto
was talking to someone behind| JENELLE HUTCHINGSOn what about the man and the Waiting" She will handle the following |
at until raw disappointment put an out!
aked him through, not until: me. | May 2, 1922, a baby was umbrella, Willa? These school eye chillln' naturally Grace 1) ."Dark Eyes." "all-star" cast: Jean Davis, Ralph \ .'
I wasn't looking where I was 'Understand dat ,Gayle can sho' Rhodes, Juanltu Barefoot, Grace
stone had been thrown, not I born in Knnlas, Texas-a baby cooperated In crowding the "Flor Emmett"You've Got Some- : ,
'\
going. 'nuff read poetry.. Dis Is Leap Dew, Emmett Peiryman, Joe Ella .|
opinions of all sorts had girl, whose blue eyes soon turned ida" In Jax at the "Wind" show thing There
also had Year too.'Scuse. Barry Jenelle Hutchlngs, Clara :J j :
I have some narrow ,
I
racked over his head, not brown. Her parents, Mr. and It Is really good! I \
been broken escapes. One time a boy, my I Mrs. T M. chose a Patsy-jest a misprint Mae Harley, Arch Thomas, \MarIan ''' ,
his heart had Hutchlngs. Hazel, was dst Mr. Drown Mammy Why? 'IJ ;
brother, and I were climbing in a : last week. Dowling, Everett McKinney
rebroken. good name when the decided to Black no, I know now Mr.
tree. I happened to miss my Don't tell me dat Carl E. and What characters some of them i b"! '.
no, hardship, and a very footing and fell. My head strucka I I call her Marcella Jenelle Ralph R. have let de fairer sex Green you were with Sunday does| L. M. have "that look" In will portray has not yet boon definitely > I h
struggle up-ward taught him j This bright, lively senior was night! Fine work-keep it up. his eye ? decided I I
dew
and it out-talk 'em-anyway young
stump put a long gash one old when she moved of cute > that don't of the Seniors know 4
only .
what he wanted the I year Talking a coupl any '
ow ; both minus dere class Keep the date In mind, and ,
in head. The doctor said if 1 I men are :
| things taught him how to my I from the "long horn" state to Pat and Vernon make' It what a preposition Is? when March 8 arrives with its ,
in the rings
been foot
had a higher Bunny Florida. It was there, In My, what's this about Is Tracy growing another mustache (
my
hat he wanted; long years tree when I fell It would have Dance Friday nite- -'Course all bells and whistles, back B. H. S. j
,
she started to school. (lit l
Chipley, Tracy and Jenelle Is It somethln'or ?
ng a very human life neck- The took six I de hi school "jitterbugs" were up and come out to nee the seniors I
with human faults, rn- killed me. gash I It seems Jenelle was constantlyon dere', Is It somethln' ? ? can't school last longer? play. di.
hilt had wisein [ stitches. I the move since leaving Texas, Kstelle: and Jean are really does Jenelle have a smile for
g own, placed handsome Ralph Nettles ;\\1
his mouth.e Another time I almost drowned. i; for from Chlpley while still In the Say, de weekend palRey walsey! They stick together everyone, especially one? Blarke on Sunday afternoon? c
I was at the beach swimming:,'I'first grade, she went up-state to where were you over like a certain batch of candy doe Dave Shuford go to Ther- Is Eloise so gay. Couldn't be ,lit r
day In Gettysburg, PennJa ? 'Give all chlllun three
when I saw some men swim far I Jacksonville Beach, from where you they made once '! eS8a for his health? that new necklace, could It? i iI f
the latter of P. S. He down Van-
during part ( wan
out in the lake. I was small and she moved, scarcely a year later, guesses. See you In the next, are the Seniors so excited ? 11'1 l' the Bookkeeping class always .
Ivll War, Abraham Lincoln didn't know any better, and so i I'' to Mt Vernon, Georgia, derbilt way.) Bright F.yes do thoso Lawtey girl come to I the last to stop work? !\,r i ,,
a short speech that puzzled Hazel Smith-you really go In i
started out to try It. After getting Jenelle remained but a' year In
brought praise from some,, Jacksonville for colors, don't you? 'Specially I
a short way out in the lake, Georgia- -moved back to
eat newspapers fuming sar- in regard to dat certain boy'sname .
I became exhausted. If one of while still a third grader. '
ally about carelessness, lack you were with Sunday nite I
the men hadn't been near, I Evidentally this brown-haired
shoddi- A large crowd at de basketballgame
preparation, general
wouldn't be here to tell thin. beauty was beginning to slow
But red indeed would be down a little in her migration, Friday night. .. '
faces of those same editors,, A Clumsy Tumble for she stayed in Jax two years 'Saw Jenelle being brought to I' 4 \

they know what is thought By Ida Lulu DavisIt this time! But again the "march"was school Monday morning by that


Iat same Gettysburg speech Address today Mr. for the all happened benefit of at the a tea Church given,, the resumed exciting and little this town time of endedat Lake "certain'Wonder young why man we "have to have.


referring to dedication of when I gave a show that was not Butler school Ralph on R.Mondays gave de? address at de :: : says: "It is altogetherand scheduled to take place. I dresa- In about a year Jenelle "struck Junior HI Graduation F & : .

proper that we shouldIs. ed in my very best evening dress, out" for Mobile, Alabama, where Lawtey ...-.. ',
I Tuesday night. P'"
And think it is al ':> t'
we to help in serving refreshments she, living up to the roving repu- I I ?; & ;.
>
ar fitting and that remained short '
proper I tation, a very
and walked as gracefully as : > ., 1,
could print here on this could toward the club-house,, time. Whirlwind FactsThe t !

1 page his address. It has where the event was to take place. But-.-It was then she came to i
rr.( .
published In thousands of Jenelle had. by then,
Everything went along perfectly Starke. reason our teeth chatter Is: ,
I; it can be easily found in while I was going to the clubhouse reached grade five It was then When one is cold there Is apt to \

library. But It cannot too for not once did I stumbleor that the friends, who like her so be a spasm of shivering over ?J ",I

be in print. fall in my beautiful new Urestt. well now, first came to know her. which the brain does not seem to 'a., 1 '

fjur score and seven years ago Because I was serving, I went in Jenelle has been here in the "city"of have any control. The spasm t } '

Fathers brought forth on this at the back entrance, but just as Starke ever since. causes the muscles of the jaw to "II "p ,I'it, '

vent, a new nation, con- I approached the steps and pre- The seniors are glad she contract very quickly and as ,4.

\
e proposition that all men the end of m r skirt and friendly, pleasant personality,, let the jaw fall again of its own '

preated equal. bumped Into a tray of punch, whom everyone likes to be around. weight. This occurring many -: e4 .- 1.1 de

low we are engaged in a spilling It all over me. EveryoneIn After graduation, Jenelle plansto times in rapid succession Is what ." ........ "'w

civil war; testing whether the kitchen saw me fall and break her "settlement" recordto causes the teeth to chatter. There .

|nation, or any nation so con- everyone In the front heard me. go to St. Louis to visit and go are two kinds of spasms: "domic" ,

d and so dedicated, can long They all giggled and laughed at to school. and "tonic." In the former, the

reo We are met on a great my unfortunate accident, but, astor Like everybody, Jenelle has her muscles contract and relax alter-

field of that war. We haveto me, I felt pretty small and favorite thls-and-that; lUte every nately in very quick succession,

dedicate a portion of discouraged. person she harbors a "pet hate." producing an appearance of agi-!

field as a final resting-place Following are some of her favor- tation. In the latter, the muscles,
those I radio program,, contract in a steady and uniform if ifIt
who here gave their I An AppealBy ites: color, green;
remain contractedfor
that that nation might live. I hit parade; song: "My Prayer. manner, and

altogether fitting and roperwe Buddy Davis and here, alas, is the "pet hate": a comparatively long* time.

I should do this. Courtesy! green trucks. -

Put. In a larger sense, we can- Courtesy! Just a word! A plain A powerful searchlight may It
further
send its than a
rays
dedicate often measured as a GERALDINE JOYCE HALL *i
[ we cannot conse- one too! Too hundred miles away. One of the

we cannot hallow this word. Something to talk about This week, meet one of our largest searchlights, if not the I,
nd. The brave men, living when one is idle. That is what
most outstanding seniors: Geraldine largest, was that installed on the I
dead who struggled here the average person thinks about Joyce Hall, of Hampton. building which later became City I

consecrated it, far above our courtesy. On a beautiful June day In '21, Hall University City, a suburb'of '
I Power to add or detract. The of the people in the
If half baby girl was born to St. Louis Missouri. The arcs.
I lovely
this
[.1 1 will little note, nor long re- State of Florida understood the and Mrs. Nathan Hall. light Is equipped with an 80-Inch( "-
Mr I
her, what we say here, but It really understoodIt.
word courtesy, In lens, and produces 250,000.000;
[never forget what they did : would stand out among Geraldine makes good grades
Florida candle power. It is visible at a I
It Is for us the living, the other states I'm quite sure.I all her subjects and really enjoys distance of 175: miles on clear
'r, to be dedicated here to the coming to school. Especiallydoes
don't understand it. All I do shorthand.She nights. N ZSe \4. -
like
fished work who she
which
they is attempt to do my share. Do -
pt!: here have thus far so nobly your bit In this school, and other has a few dislikes; among An oil well at Athens, In the

nce<.!. it is rather for us to troubles around us would be minor them are: washing dishes wild Los Angeles basin, California--

fere dedicated to the great ones. There Is a poem called parties, and music on Monday 7,591 feet deepIs believed to be ,

remaining before us-that "If.'" You have probably heardit. mornings the deepest active oil well ever The famous six-bottle carton

these honored dead we take With apologies to Kipling, I Everybody knows she likes to drilled. The deepest gas well was

'axed devotion to that cause use some of this poem: chew gum, go to school, fish, talk drilled near Llgonler, Pennsylvania of Coca-Cola goes into millions s ss
[which they gave the last full and all her teachers. 7,756 feet. I

ore of devotion: that we here If you can keep your head when The senior class wishes you -The New Wonder Book of of homes. Because every member

Iy resolve that these dead all about you much happiness and success In KnowledgeElementary .

not have died in vain: that Are losing theirs and blamingit your chosen work--stenography. of the family enjoys the delicious j ;

l nation, under God, shall have on you; Echoes ,

|* birth of freedom; and that If you can think and not make Did You Know? taste of ice-cold Coca-Cola and

rnment of the people, by the thoughts your aim; SIXTH GRADE NEWS

'*+h,from for the the people earth.," shall not If you can bear to hear the truthyou've ; Jean E. Is really cute? This week we have been paint- t the happy after-sense of complete

spoken Hazel S. can't stop talking? Ing pictures about the exploration:
-Jean Davis Twisted by knaves to make a Ida Lee C. Is the most studious of the New World. refreshment. Your dealer has the

trap for fools, crowd and girl in 103? We have been studying electricity
with
1 in I If Excess Acid __ If you can talk virtue Jewell R. plans to go to Holly- in Science and we have six-bottle carton.

youyeMaolStomach keep your dod soon? found it very Interesting.
; not be tired
'" Ulcers, Indigestion, If you can wait and Sam S. has stopped school? We are sorry that Donald Dak InIs ...
>ting,Gas,I leartburn Belching by waiting; Claudls B. was disappointed moving to SL Augustine. '
Yours is the Earth and everythingthat's teacher. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA CO. BY :
>*...cet. 'r.. sampl. of UDGA In It, Friday nlte? hair? Wanda Miss Pearce Kennedy and, Dorothy STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ;
a Ir.. be Dot N. has pretty
ntr..-t ,
And- Hazel Smith, reporter. Mott, reporters
DRUG STOBHJtl& a Man, my son.
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PACTa.. FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TE nnAPU. STARE FLORIDA VltIDA,", Flmn.t1AI i _". r JH

,
courthouse officials. were bavin a Engagement Recently Announced Fields of this city m

; SOCIETY and CLUBS good time Tuesday afternoon try- .-- 1st In Portsmouth lam!\

In' on a beautiful new 10-gallon oM Mr.. Fields ,
.. ___ ., T5! ?* **"5 "" . .. .. .. hat belonging to Luther Powell n receive 111. ect

I Most hilarious effect I'm told tlon from the Bra.ito. p
Mrs. Maude Andrews World Day Of Prayer JIo -l\loseley Wedding was the combination of hat plus School and for the past

Elected District President Observed Here FridayThe Solemnized RecentlyMiss Carl Knight Too bad I didn't years has been in the lie, i
C
have my candid camera along } States Navy. He has **
Mrs. Maude Andrews, paat World Day of Prayer was Edith Beatrice Moseleyof An' that reminds me:: Most recent friends here who will

guardian of the Starke Grove 278 observed Friday of last week Jacksonville, daughter of Mrs.L. convert to 10-gal. headgear Interest of his marriage learn

." of the Woodman Circle, was hon- with a well executed program of .. E. Moseley of Starke and the Is Billy Powell Is he going in

ored with election as district worship In the First Presbyterian 'late Captain Moseley, became the for cow-punching or politics? A
president at the convention held Church here beginning at 3 o' bride of Samuel J. Hogg of Jack- '
Sam Alvarez that "She
in Lake Butler Fri., Feb 2. Mem- clock p. m., with members and (pnville, Wednesday evening; reports

; bers of the district and especially pastors of all Starke churches cooperating January 24th, In the Church of Really Meant Messner to Is Keep It" the by + wry aw !
. Johnny garnering
. of the Starke Grove are exceedingly The church was filledto Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints. e
most nlckles on the jook
proud of the honor bestow capacity and the program centered The Impressive ring ceremonywas these long winter evenings organ, .
ed Mrs. Andrews. Mrs. Jes- around the Reverend
upon prayer. performed by
I' ...ie Crossley of Penny Farm was The prelude, "Hymn Medley" Fred Boyer in the presence of a I The D. B. team will sponsor a i .. .a. He- would give dignity' II

. ; elected vice-president and Mrs. (Lorenz) was played on the organ few Intimate friends and rela- rug-cut at the Armory on the the gubernatorial offir ins
,
,,Mae Green of Starke, Junior by Mrs. B. M. Davis, and after a tives. 23rd Receipts go to payoff 1h be an ImpnuwiUe i-epre.

I' counselor of the district.Following brief period of silent meditation The bride, a striking brunette, 'the mortgage on those nice new ? 7y tatlve of Florida in imtlonJaffairs.
uniforms .. Wanna
her election Mrs. Miss Olive told the of help a Afn % 9+J'firi.' 1Wt t1'a
Ray story chose for her wedding a fur trim- 4 3t4: /' P ; -L\KI-L\"n:
? After all
wecan't
worthy cause
1 Andrews presided over the business the World Day of Prayer, read med powder blue spectator sports LEDGER
ball teamlookln'
have basket
, meeting and conducted a several passages of scripture and outfit, with which she wore our

I r, school of Instruction in the after- led In prayer. blonde kid accessories. A shoulder like something from Intra-
mural Day at a nudist colony, you
John Powell pleased the audi- corsage of orchids completed
noon.Mrs. know Carl Roberts will turn
Eunice Wilson, guardian of ence with a tenor solo, "The her costume. \
' out the tunes w
\ the local grove, also received Lord's Prayer" (Malotte). After spending some time with

t. praise for her splendid work as Mrs. O. E. Stansbury led the their guests at the reception held Little Nancy Knight seems to LAFFIT-OFF
.
like her vegetables raw Saw
" attendant. responsive reading and then a at the George Washington Hotel
r Mrs. Vonda Inman and Mrs. her the other day nibbling on an
series of intercessory prayers were immediately following the wedding
onion, a carrot, and a stalk of
t: Andrews, and the other ten state said. The congregation Joined In Mr. and Mrs. Hogg left fora
. celery Vegetables! Vegetables!
officers present, were shown a song and Mrs. A. M. Darby trip to the southern part of the
Raw. raw raw .
,, i especial consideration during the made a short talk "n "American state. Upon their return they will

\ meeting.It Migrants." followed by a prayer. be at home to their friends at Pungent Pick-ups: The Van
Gardens highly pleased with their
Second Avenue and Grand StreetIn
was announced that a substantial Mrs. Charles H. Allen spoke
cute new pup Another pup-
r. donation was sent to the Briefly on the distribution of Rlverview.
lover: Merle Smith What a
\,' orphan boy sponsored by the dis Christian literature and Miss Alice The bride was graduated from luffly town we'd have if everyonewas

,; trict.The Fernandez, soprano, sang "Prayer. Bradford County High School, as yard-conscious as S. R.
t: ." and for the past few has MININ.lNjr
invite1 years
convention to
was Johns, Jr Elsie Jones (ex- Miss Ernestine Budcllngton, whose engagement to Mr.
'i meet In Starke on the fourth Frl'I After another Mrs. W. been connected with the South-
,
prayer localUe) elected president of the Arthur "
:
McRae was recently learned with interest by a large
day In May. Visitors from several 'HT. K. Pendleton spoke on "Chris em Bell Telephone Company in Gainesville Junior Welfare League

states are expected to at- : tian Colleges." The offeratory, Jacksonville The bridegroom Is Congratulations! circle of friends. -Picture courtesy Florida-Times Union.

'I tend. Plans for this meeting are : "Lenten Devotion" (Nolte), was a graduate of the Lynn High
Ha! Ha! Ha! What .
f' being formulated by the district played on the organ by Mrs. School of Marion County and at young Miss Dinkins, Mr. Hatcher Mrs. L. A. Canova.Immediately uw..r."George
attorney ducked out the back
p president and district manager. Davis, and following this, a vocal present is employed by the Union wayto following the program Wshinefosws
dodge a client recently and dis Wed In Home CeremonyMiss
Furniture also of Jack-
Company, first bt War
trio of Misses
11'1 The ,evenh1g meeting .WAIl well i composed Evelyn
covered later that the fellow wastryin' the hostesses, Mrs. J. M.
'1/1 r/'' attended* zed' *-L.5': I Stump, Jean Davis and Alice Fernandez sonville. And first bt f.oo e.
'r f I Chapman, superintendent of the I sang a religious selection, Among the out-of-town guests to pay him a five spot on, Dorothy (Dolly) Dinkins, Brownlee, ,Mrs, L. G.: Powell, Mrs. the eomitUy orttlJpoo

' : 'Finlandia." account! daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. J. C.'Wallace. Mrs. J. C. Booker, of MOIDIf
:'j State Farm delivered the fraternal attending the wedding were: Mr.
And say Did you see those Dinkins of Lawtey, and Earl Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. R J. whet you crave.
address and. Mrs. Inman
The
benediction
gave
' was by Miss and Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. L. E.
of N. T. Ritch and Richard Hatcher of INSURANCE 4'ourwilling
snapshots
Tampa were
Davis, and Mrs. C. A. Futch
the response to the address of Stump the ,
andj
!* welcome. postlude "Song Mosely, Miss Edna Mae Mosely, Buddy Bishop rompin" In the married Sunday, February 11 tina served tempting refreshments of ilanl"HAROLD
of
r\i' Triumph" (Dole) was by Mrs. Miss Madge Whigham, Miss snow way up north in GawgLa? beautiful ceremony performedIn hot coffee and cake.

$ The Starke Juniors gave an Impressive Davis. Myrtice Killingsworth, all of Quite a sight (the snow, I the home of the bride's parents, I I Ia C. WALL

t flag drill. After the The many posters announcing Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W mean-but didn't those two Brad- with the Rev.,'Herbert Hazzard Fields-Wills

r!j1r of'' meeting adjourned, dancing was the event .were made' by Mrs. Beasley, and Miss Lillian Mosely ford County crackers look out of officiating. Marriage

' enjoyed. Allen and Miss Davis, the church of Gainesville.All place! The coldest thing I Quantities of gladioli and other Announcement has been madeof P
I' Eighteen members from the GENERAL!
decorations were made by Mrs. INSUIUcI
ever saw 'em in before was Kings- spring flowers In pastel shades the marriage of Miss '
Cath-
f Starke Grove attended.GoodwinSmith Chas. F. Ward, and the ushers 'YOU HAVE.]
, for the service Misses Martha Day Study Class ley Lake! and greenry were artistically arranged erine Wills of Ft. Payne, Ala., and PLEASE PHONE
were See where a group of Jackson- to form a background for Charles H. Fields of Portsmouth,

Wedding Mathews and Grace Dew. There will be an all day study ville women are gettln' even with the ceremony.The Va., son of Mr_ and Mrs. J. H. I-

i.l' class at the Baptist Church Fri- the Jape by swltchln to lisle improvised altar where .. .. .... .. .. ..
r Announcement has been made Ford-Powell 23 at :;J IJII IJ 1:1===""" ==. .. .. .. .. .. ..
of Marriage day. February beginning hose Joe Wilson says it's no they took their marriage vows
1! the marriage of Miss Oleta 10:00: o'clock In the morning. Mrs. worse on the Jape than on the waa flanked on either Bide with You May Be Too Young-But You Are
Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Miss Eva
! i Powell of Boatrlght will teach "Give Ye men of Jacksonville! large floor baskets, holding ar-
'
L. C. Smith, and Robert C. Good- Cocoa, formerly of Starke, will be Them To Eat," a book which will rangements of pink gladioli, and Never Too OldTo

e I", win, formerly of Roanoke Va., Interested to learn of her marriage prepare our hearts for a fit observance Senior senors and senoritas be- resting against a background of
now of Jacksonville, on Saturday, gan rehearsin their play this
to
II Mr. Harold Ford, also of of a week of prayer, green.
t' : week The title: "Grandma
20th In
January Jacksonville. Cocoa
on Saturday, January All W. M. U. women of the New The bride was becomingly
I Mrs Goodwin was graduated 20th, at the home of, the Presbyterian River Association are urged to Goes Hollywood" .It'11 hit the gowned in a gray afternoon dress, -DANCE-
boards time the first
t from the Bradford County High minister. some along
,,t School in the class of '37 and .. be present. of March ., Bound to be a hit, with which was worn grape accessories Lessons may be had Saturdayand
every
, A choulder corsage of
consider all the talent they'veelined !
since that time baa been doing
rose buds in a harmonizing color Wednesday P. M.
stenographic work In Jackson Carolyn Callstreet up to put It over i

"rat ville. Mr. Goodwin received his ? Mrs. J,, M,.. Alvarez, cross!-ques-:completed her costume.
tlonln' W' cook unearthed the I Immediately following the wedding I NORMA DANCING
education from the schools In a Jl I SCHOOL
k' Roanoke and at present is workIng She Lonzie following qualntlclsm: "My name I Mr. and Mrs. Dinkins were AMERICAN
I Was E LEGION HALL
!t.;:. In Jacksonville, where he and Says mbarassed U Mary Magdalene mu'am-but hosts at a reception. The din- ass

.t, bin wife will make their home. I they calls me Maggie for short" ing table was covered with lace
' Well Callstreeters-how many shook hands all around, and Mrs. cloth and centered with a beautifully -

I,- Valentines did you rate on Wed- Cone looked as charming as ever decorated bride's cake. The
i Bet the town'll be full o' people HEAT WITH OIL
W. S. C. S. To Meet
nesday I actually got a in a neat dark tailored suit afternoon cake, iced in white and topped
couple, and was I thrilled I Then they whizzed In the Sattldy Everybodycomln' MORE EFFICIENT
away with a miniature bride and groom,
, The Woman' of Christian to see the tall boy If
Society
Nice ones, too-not those dlrty- general direction of Tallahassee was surrounded with sweetpeas MORE ECONOMICAL
Mae West likes tall
'em dark an'
Service
9 will meet Monday i dig ones that sold a penny a piece and fern. Throughout the hours FUEL INSTANTLY AVAILABLE
handsome I think scfmeone
. afternoon at 3:00: o'clock in the oughta
at the ten cent store Local
; Methodist Church for the regular Been gettln' a kick out of the send her a wire She'd be one- of the reception punch and cake CALL 55 OR 85
romance must certn'ly be runnlii'rampant town I). B. were served.
business and games Two last third right In meelln' Robert
meeting.BACKACHE OIL
program
J I Every place in town week Starke has After spending some time with
'Ii, a team that Wadlow, at least Standard Oil Company
i had sold out of the Cupid-and- should make Call Street swell with Foibles in Food: Johnny Whit- I their guests Mr, and Mrs.\ Hatcher K. O.
DUNCAN Agent
jt lace variety by noon Tuesday I i left for where will
pride Can't undertand why temore likes peanut butter in his Tampa they
CAUSED BY.. How refresh to know that I make their home. The bride
j' more people don't turn out onion sandwiches, while wife Mar-

f i;; Backache may be caused by mama. still. loves papa and viceversa It's worth my quarter jus' to garet spreads it liberally on corn- 'traveled In a light wool pink suit

"1'J .l.ggh kidneys. If exc.M acid watch Theo Harden handle the bread! Don't tell the peanuts with harmonizing accessories CAN YOU STOP

i' f .ad 'other waste are not regu-, I was never more right than In ball with his greatest of ease about this-please Mrs. Hatcher was graduated BRAKES

L: lady eliminated It may also lead my prediction about the G. W. T. He plants 'em plenty in the bas- Aren't they the lucky ones! from the Bradford County High When You Have To? ,

t: to"getting up night, burning W. migration to ,Jax over the ket Come out and bring your Bill Graham won a camera and a School In the class of '33 and was

h u scanty or frequent flow leg orrhflomatlo week-end Wilma McClane knitting Martha Smith does, Gladstone bag and Frank Land- a popular member of the student Faulty brakes are a:. menace toj

i;1 pain, headache, or dlz- vows she got a sore arm waving to and she hasn't dropped a stitch rum won a table lamp on that body. Mr. Hatcher Is a graduate other motorists and pedestrians.With .I

fp, tint**. Keep kidneys active same folks from Starke and Gaines- yet Shrine punchboard that was goln' of Tampa University and at present the road patrol now on I

I.\; m* bowel>> Get a 23c box of Buck- ville, and I wouldn't doubt It a An' speaking of Martha the rounds a week or so ago Is connected with the Tampa duty, you should exercise extreme

$fl, efai from any druggist. Your 25e minute Everybody simply She realized one of my life-long The Reno colored school now Electric Company. caution while driving I

,} ;:, bock In 4 days If not pleased. raven .' Apparently no one was ambitions recently Attended sports "School Zone-Drive Slow" a How

} warily at Carpenter's Drug Store. disappointed In the picture Mardi Gras In New Orleans signs Seems to me the bumpsin Mrs. K. G. Duncan Re-Elected 8 of can you protect the lives
John Godwin maintains that pedestrians if brakesare
;J i' 2-9 til 3-1 Imagine her surprise to find that that terrible dirt road would President Of Woman's Club your
ti I + "words can't express" his reaction a very good friend of her's was automatically take care of the not in perfect condition!

,:. Others equally flattering to be queen of festivities "drive slow" situation The Woman's Club of Starke Let brakes us teat your Don't put off testing them anjll'

F BUSINESS Mlna Grady (not nearly so Martha didn't know it until she Comment on Carolyn: Harold met Wednesday afternoon at 3:30:: < brake on our dynumlo longer-drive in today and

euphonious as Mina Manassu. 1 1it is arrived In the madcap city Wall says be reads this column o'clock in the club auditorium testingMachine make sure they are safe. !

DIRECTORY ?) In town for a few days, and Fun galore at the supper for first Ditto Mrs. W. E. Mid- with the president, Mrs. K. G. -Free! I IConway's

!1- -. relating this little episode the U. of F. Glee Clubbers last dleton Ditto Mrs. A. W. And- Duncan, presiding. Mrs. H. C.

She and Tom saw "It" In Atlanta, Friday night Co-ed Class erson. All of which makes me Ritch, treasurer, gave the. club's Service Station j

1-'" and when Clark Gable uttered the served the songsters luscious baked very happy. I mus' say financial report and Mrs. E. L.

memorable last line-"Personally, ham, Boston baked beans and Confucious 8 Garage
' i. say: Judge man by Matthews, secretary pro tern,
The drink I don't give a d-m!" a young the necessary go-wlth-lts I company he keeps; judge woman transacted her duties.

I' lady sitting next to them missedIt trembled lest the boys would not by how late she keeps it Who Annual reports from the offleers -

that and whispered to Tom, "What be able to wangle a warble after started all this Confusion any- were read and filed with mmmm mmmmmmmmmGUARANTEED

did he nay?" Without stop- such a repast, but all my fears way? If the celebrated sage the secretary.

i everybody pin' to think how It would sound, were groundless ,.The programwas could hear some of the smart- The nominating committee, 10,000 MILES
Tom leaned over and whisperedback truly wunnerful, cracks in his
j knows Including perpetrated name,, Mrs. L. A. Canova. chairman,
'1 : "Personally, I don't give a everything from Bach to black- he'd burrow a bit deeper Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, and Mrs.

: d-m!" The mortified miss outs The latter occurred when There ain't no justice Earl Searing. presented the following !-

5/ looked daggers and hissed, "Well they turned out the lights duringa In The Mall Bag 1 as officers for the new PISTON RING SPECIAL

H you" needn't get so nasty aboutIt ghost story which was an after- Dear Carolyn: year:

Intermission feature I haveit I like your col. President-Mrs. K. G. Duncan.
COCA-COLA DOT. CO. Imagine the embarassment of on reliable authority that Kitty It's tops by got First Vice President-Mrs. D. -- -- -

Lonzie our genial city marshal Hogsed outucreamed 'em all at When you mention those birth P. Carpenter.
t:. WE ARK late Tuesday afternoon the climax of the We
blood-curdling days, if you'll also tell the Second Vice President-To be guarantee to stop excessiveOil
'"J PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Spying a long-shlny-black Buick tale An' by the way If ages- filled.

parked In front of the Ritz some nosey nuisance had turned I'll speak a good word for
a Third Vice President Mrs. Consumption
E.
Theatre at an angle instead of the on your Ford V-8
, : lights on during the midst of raise In your wages. L. Matthews.
t' CARPENTER'SThe parallel with the curbing Lonzle things, what young pair of love- -Curious.Sorry Fourth Vice

; Recall Store began a search for the owner birds would have been found tak- Curious I could use A. Knight. President-Mrs. C. For

At last he saw a strange couple In' advantage of the darkness a raise all right But I'd also Recording Secretary-Mrs. .
eating supper In the MagnoliaCafe T ? N.
like to live
long
enough to enjoy D. S
Wainwright Jr.
,J The man was sitting The Boy Scout banquet was It! .

OUR MILK with his back to the plate glass perhaps the biggest blowout of an Birthday Business! picking up T. Corresponding T. Long. Secretary-Mrs. I950

front ? Sticking his head in out-blowing week I hinted like this week Greetings to Mrs.O. Treasurer-Mrs.
the door, Lonzie said, "Is that W. H. Hart.
everything for an Invitation but L.
Haynes (18th), Leonard These
officials
your car" .parked. wrong across the nothing happened .P'raps I'm I' Kinchen ((19th), Mrs. W. L. And- elected. were unanimously THIS IS TOTAL
street? The man and still COST
arose
j a Tenderfoot when it comesto TO YOU
erson (20th), Mrs. Cleone Dowl-
<< turned around It was Governor hintin' Understand Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. L.
however
Ing ((20th), F. C. Hollingsworth(20th G. Powell elected
were
Fred P. Cone I delegatesto
t The Gov- that the band got to goln'so ) And an extra
special attend the NOTHING
State
ernor convention to ELSE
explained that his chauffer TO BUY'
good they hated to stop greeting to those fortunates
who
Seldom parked that way because anothercar Leila and be held in Sarasota In March.
Bill
Equalled Mundy, Juntos have the honor of
sharing their Mrs. C. W. Chalker
was already there at an and and Mrs. E.
Virginia Smith Nat
and Mrs. birthday date with no less ..
a K. -- '
.
personage
Perryman
angle So Lonzie let him off Sternberg Martha were elected alter -
and
Never Harold
Surpassed than
George
that time Washington nates.
Up and down Call Wall Eve
and Jim
Godwin and himself: F. R. Carradlne
Street the G. W During the
news spread that the Delma program hour, under
Governor and Tommy Long (Tally) Hicks Den Hall. A. H. Johns, and the
and his direction of
Mrs.
wife L O. Powell
were
ping In the sup- PUlled at the Mundy cottage on Mrs. W. B. Sewell Yell they Miss J. W. ANDREWS
PETERSON'S Magnolia Quitea Santa Fe Lake Monday night. all observe Clyde Nell Thomas gave two Jr.
the
little crowd had gathered by The occasion 22nd vocal solo, "Deep In My Heart"

DAIRY the time they emerged from the being Eve's birth- So. long See you In the nextCarolyn. (Olmsted) and!, "I Love a- 1 Little< ,
.
.
.: restaurant The Governor dayHear that several dignified Cottage" (O'Hara). Mum Thomas Starke, Florida t
was accompanied
at the piano by

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Miss Alice Newbern of WorthIngton holding Dine burning pink candles!i LAWTEY !'Ito Marshal C. R. Whltehend's po jsition :
r BITS of LOCAL :/ ,
NEWS was the guest> Sunday of I I centered the lace covered. dining fly \\IIIuun (Bill) Piununer :f )i : h 1

.. Miss Myrtlce Killlngfiworth table. "Aunt Mary" Bennett entertaIn. L! :$
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-- - -- Platform pit of her i
Favors for the afternoon were ProKrenitC nome many young .

1Gorge Williams of Hampton Friends Mrs. R. G. Kidd will Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownleeand Mrs. F. H. Box has returned to I balloons valentines and "all day W. Robe'ts, Finance Chairman friends with a dinner party at her ,: .

a visitor to Starke Saturday. be glad to leam that she has re- daughter Madge, spent the her home after spending last weekin suckers." of the platform committee home Tuesday Feb. Cth. Those attending i. a 1 '

covered after being 111 several week-end In DeLand as guests of Tampa attending the Fair and Mrs. Manning was assisted In submitted his monthly report to were: Billy Edwarls'I: <:\

I Wainwright left today for weeks. Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Gasparllla festivities. While away I entertaining and serving by Mrs. the city council Feb. 3th, at FhilyB Shuford George Roberta, .

a trip to Wauchula and she also visited her mother> Mrs. Hart. I the group's( regular meeting The Jr.. George Shufonl Hobby Plum- :.

iislness land. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mrs.!. E. Friends of Mrs. D. L. Sllcox G. H. Blunt and her brother, B. Those present to enjoy the afternoon -I Ii i council has agreed to Issue a mer and Henry Bennitt ; I .','

Jones and Mrs. T. J. T.I will regret to learn that she is F. Kelly, In Plant City. I with Marjorie were: $100.00 credit to the platform RaAke&ball 84-anon Over" '. .

J. Epperson and daughry spent Tuesday afternoon I n confined to Riverside Hospital in I Hazel Fields, 0 n a Demorest.I fund which, will leave its Indebtedness The Junior High basketball team :

s' vV' Sue. ,spent last Friday Gainesville. I Jacksonville because of Illness. Among those from here attending ( Janet Priest Edwin Williams at only 10000. As the here completed Its last week of .:,\

) ; one of the showings of "Gnoe' Billy Smith, Sharon Hall. Audrey construction of this project drawsto campaigning for the 1940 season. \ :t,

cksonviHe.// Merrill McMillan of With The Wind" in Jacksonville Ann Prevatt, Roy Harrell. Paul a close. Donations are still The tram defeated Ralford 12-8 t "

spent the week-end here Jacksonville Mrs. W. R. Swanbom. Miss last week were: Mr and Mrs.James; Canova III, Peggy Ann Wiggins flowing In. If you have fall'id to Tuesday and took a thriller from i.1 1-- '
at with his Dorothy Swanbom and and
Carl Johns was Betty .
ity; Clerk H Lewis Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vln- Janet Anderson, Billy Manning. do your part tn this undertaking Hampton In Starke's armory \.1 .
mother Mrs. L.
several Hough and Enos '
of Illness Hayes saw "Gone Wftth! The J.
because Mr. Hough. Wind" in Jacksonville Ing Mr. and Mrs.. D. P. Carpenter. Edith Manning Norma Jean> Man- you still have time to do so- Alldonations Thursday February 1 by the score ": 9\
this week. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long Mr. ning, Rebecca Simpson Seletta tit :.74-19. Congratulations to I' ; J''
will be it-' .
and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mr. and Sparks and Betty Powell> accepted : i. ..',. I. Ii. Cody for his splendid '. .\ I

L. Annie Schell of Lake ButL Mrs. W. P. Sewell of Temple, Mrs. E. M. Davis spent SaturdayIn Mrs. J. M: Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs G. W. Roberta or City Clerk O. J. work and development of material \I "'j

the guest this week of Mr.Illrs. Ga., Is the guest of her son and Jacksonville with her sister J. R. Walnwrlght. Mr. and Mrs. Sea Scouts Enjoy Phillip. for B. II. S. j t I 4\\\\

O. A. Anderson. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Edward Wolf who is seriously W. H. Hart Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Glee Club ConcertI Mrs.W' C. Wootrn> has returnedto City OiMiacll Ill-UghU ;g; .' .1:

B. Sewell. ill at her home In Riverside. McClane, Mra. C. W. Chalker Mrs. her home at Kingsley Lake Highlights of city council meet .,

Irs. W. B. Sewell and Missese K. G. Duncan. Mrs. M. F. Brown. <'I'l Mrs. A. W. Anderson of Haver- Friends of Judge A. Z. Adklns the Sea Scout Patrol assembled In
L.
Mrs O.
Sewell and Virginia Sewell Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Jacksonville Hospital. presided: Appropriation :
| Saturday In Gainesville. ford Pennsylvania arrived Monday will be glad to learn that he has Beasley. Mrs. J. W. Klncald. Mrs. the auditorium of the First Miss Pauline Anders has returned of funds<< for beautifying town : .i, t\
t I to spend two weeks here with recovered after being ill at his Methodist Church School building ":
W. B. Sewell. Miss Pat Lamb to her home here after a property and park. Refusal to ( <<; i

and Mrs. J.. J. Canova and her family. home here ceveral days last week. Miss Dorothy Lamb Mrs. Sam with their guests. This group two week's vacation In South repeal Sunday laws. Permission ;'1.\\:
,.
Jren of Gainesville were Anderson, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright then attended the concert of the Florida.H. granted to II. C. Drown and FlorIda I'' l. ,
Miss Virginia Kidd of Roanoke, Mrs. E. T. Jones will leave to- L. Matthews Mrs. W. Florida Glee> Club as guests of Power and Co. to "
Its Sunday of Mrs. E. E. Can- Jr., Mrs. E. C. Kelly was attending to Light move I 4:);
Va., Is the guest of her brother morrow for Tampa to visit relatives H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Earl the Rev and Mrs. Frank Robin business in Jacksonville recently. light pole within city limits provided .t
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. the two son. Following the close of the
after'spending past Searing. Miss Lucille Kennedy all expense Is lUI ulIU'd. Approval .i ..;'
R. G. Kidd.Sherman. months son-in-law entertainment> refreshments Friends of Miss Rebecca White-
here with her were
(
has returned Miss Haynes. Miss Georgia of salaries. Started .
Hope yearof
L. E. Mosely ;
8."spending some time in JackIe and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Haynes. Miss Kitty Hogsed. Miss served ice cream being furnisheu head will regret to hear of her 1940 only $70.00 In the "red" :i '

with friends and rela- Bates of Lakeland Shepherd. Virginia Fugate C. A, Darby W. by Carpenter's Drug Store. Those Illnens. an reported by financial Investigator ; \

ill was the guest Monday of his H. Graham, John and Henry Godwin attending this party were, Scout Mr. and Mrs. H. Mathews have 1[. T. Godwin. Hearty ap- .+i. .

uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Maurice Edwards and John Powell.; and Mrs. J. C. Frank Robinson III and Miss returned to their home here. Mr. proval of platform advancement. I I' 1'.1.:

and Mrs. Lacy Norman Olin W. White. children Mrs. Carl Johns and Garner Misses Ruth and Lillian Patsy Keen; Scout Arch Thomas, Mathews is employed by a construction j

daughter. Cleo have returned children and Mrs. S. R. Johns Sternberg Mrs. E. R Struth, Jr., and Miss Jewel Reddish, company and they have Townsend Meeting fP" t

where they will maker Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof Sr., spent Monday afternoon in Miss Gayle Sewell. Virginia Sew- Scout Buck McMillan and Miss been living In Tltunvllle. f

ghland home after living at Mima Palatka were guests Sunday of Gainesville.Mr. ell, Mrs. E. M. Davis. Miss Jean Jenelle HutchIngs, Scout Sonny W. J. Harrell spent his vaca- The TVrwnsend Club of Starke 'Ii: :

the past four years.mtaWord. Mrs. Varnedoe's parents Mr. and I Davis Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Haynes and Miss Sara Barefoot, tion here! with his parents.The will meet In the courthouse Mon. l :\

Mrs. W. P. Smith. and Mrs. Harry Miner of Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Mrs. S. P. Scout Leonard Smith and Ida Lulu law prohibiting operation night at 7:30: o'clock Charley ';.1.\.1.day

Jacksonville were guests Sundayof Vandivlere, Miss Evelyn Stump, Davis Scout Billy Lee and Marjorie of Grocery stores after 9:30: A. M. E. Johns president of the organ t ;f j., f

Mrs. E. L. Molpus is spendinga Mrs. L. E. Miner who is staying Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis, Scout Buddy Davis. Sunday morning has added '; t !

few days this week In Daytona at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Blasiogame Dr. and Mrs. L. H. The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Allen "spice"a II ,

Beach as the guest of Dr. and G. H. Bennett. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. ISldridge were also guests. a !

RENT Furnished apart- Mrs. J. K, Mol pus. Smith Mrs. J. T. Toney Mr. and r'I' r-
1111"1
nt.-Mrs. J. W. Morgan,' The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John llotUess I Political .Announcements I .| a ry;

farke. 1* ''Miss' Edith Rowe J. B. Rowe, .foot spent Tuesday and Wednes- Mrs. Jack Williams, Mr. and Mrs. To Presbyterian AuxiliaryMrs. i

and Clyde Rowe were visiting Mr. day in Leesburg attending aboard J, P. Warren Miss Lorraine ,"'' Circuit ....... r.. (...*y ...... ", i. i\1\

TED Old-fashioned ward- and Mrs.: Vernon Rowe In Jack- meeting of the Baptist Smith. Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Billy V. S. St. John was hostess : I announce my candidacy forCircuit Bradford I am si County cltlsen and of have tttarke quallfl.d'and 1. ,'J::0'
condition. Write I of the Klxhth Judicial I
In Judge
be good Fla. It sonville Wednesday. : Sunday School. Powell W. P. Smith Mr. and Tuesday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock Clrimlt of Florida. lu tlroup ones to seek the office of County Judge 4 f..i }II} ,
O. Box 474. Starke of Bradford County, and If electedby
when she entertained members of and solicit the support of all democratic -
+ Montleth. Mrs. W. E. .
D. A.
Mrs. the good people of my county ; .1
the 1MO>>
TED TO BUY cows and Mrs. Tom Grady of Atlanta. Mrs. S. S. Dowling and daughter Middleton and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Pres- electors In P. M. ,primarY. I will serve them to the best I, '

Egg. Market prices paid on nil Ga., spent a few days here the Miss Nettie Dowling were byterian Church at the regular my ability. BON U oC'l'i l'i ''I

|ades. J. D. ODOM. box 247. first of the week with her mother visitors last week-end in Jackeo>;- Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Cox monthly meeting. The Valentine For Ircnlt ".01.e : ,
Mrs. P. H. Manaasa. ville as guests of Mrs. Dowling's motif was carried out in decorat- ''',''' .. t rr
ke, Fla. 331lyr.p sister, Mrs. James Godbold. Entertain U. D. C. Feb. 7 ; l"'o'J": .... lie..... ...... i.o i;
ing.Mrs. Might years sac the good people :
ID-sterilized (boiled) cot- J. R. Wainwright M. F. Brown, C. F. Ward led the Devo- of llradford County elected in* to 4'I I

n rags with no buttons. No A. H. Green and L. L. Johns attended Mrs. F. F. Flume Miss Clara Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs.R. tional service, which consisted of 4. b. County Judge. and l for n.v..nyours ., .
both of the State I have served them" 'In an *fflcl ,
L. Cox
nu. Will pay 5-cents per the Rodeo In Kisslmmee Flume and George Dover spent song scripture and prayer for ..nl and satisfactory manner, .,;
id for those meeting our the first of the week Saturday in Jacksonville as guestsof Farm were Joint hostesses Wednesday the miHslonariea. h aY r A and at the same tin operated. the J ,I '.
afternoon February 7, at f. office at an .itr"m.!y low cost to ';1 \
the business Ir'
During meeting "
Flume's brotherinlawand
proval. Bradford County Mrs. the tax imyora. Therefore, without <\
the home of the former when they which was presided over by the hesitation I hereby announce for
legraph. tf Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis pent sister. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. \.
entertained the W. T. Weeks> rn-vlnctloit a* County: JIIIK. anita ;
Mrs. O. E.
president
Stansbury
last week-end in Fernandinaas Mills. ef. K for your mippurt and vote. ,.
CE-To Whom It May Con- guests of Mr. Davis' mother Chapter United Daughters of the two officers were elected for the K. K. I-KllltYMAN, County Judwe.r .e

: Leave my stock alone Mrs. Mary A. Davis. Mrs. Cora Carpenter has returned Confederacy.The new year. Mrs. E. M. Davis was ----- 'm:

gs and cattle or suffer the to her home In Newton N. spacious Chapman home elected president and Mrs. Charles .. ............r *f ....I..U... 1f.c

neequences. Leon Dlcandlo. Mr. and Mrs E. M. David and C., after spending some time herewith was attractively decorated with Allen was elected secretary. I am a candidate for the offh' ,
of red and white cand- Dr. C. C. Adams of Penney of Supervisor of Kmrlatratlon of : AAs .
1-28 4tp Davis in her mother. Mrs. Laura I. quantities
Miss Jean spent Sunday Bradford County Florida subject to t I
Archer with Mrs. Davis' mother Powell and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. les and potted plants for this In- Farms introduced Mrs. Paul B. the IMtmoeratlc Primary, and re** 1 ,
i SALE-Good: new seeds that Fields. teresting meeting.. McClintock also of Penney Farms, spsetfully solicit your vote and H
Mrs. Emma Anderson.Mr. nuplMtrt.JAM. i
succeed. Stringless beans, Mrs. L. A. Davis president, ,as the guest speaker for the afternoon KB F. IIOI.MNllHWOUTIf. J 1\"

londerson Bush Limas and and Mrs. E. W. Hayea had Mrs. John Rogers and son Ed- called the meeting to order and Mrs. McClintock a retired ----- It'':'

rdhooks. potatoes tomatoes as guests Saturday Mrs Bert Bus- ward Brazie, have moved to presided over the business session. missionary from China gave fMs. ..... -......... Hr Ulratlon.. ,.

cumber and squash peanuts bee .of Tallahassee' .and Mrs. W. Jacksonville where they will make The meeting wan opened with an an enlightening talk on the CUH- I wish' to announce my candidacy ))1 t. 'I
CUB. corn; Velvet' beans"-and toma and views of the for the office of Hllp..rvl.o..f
Fla. H. Hayes of Gainesville.Mrs. \ their home in the future. They inspirational prayer by Mrs. A. religious lt..Kl..lratlr>n of llmdfnrd Countyauhjert u, t
hufaa-at White's. Starke will be Joined this week by Mr. M. Darby. Miss Madge Middle- people In that country. She also to the will of the voters In \ /

2-2 4t ton secretary read the minutesof spoke on the challenge of Christianity einmrtta Primary of May 7. YI/i ,
G. N. Goldwire and son Rogers. IfI... I feel that I um capable, ofoarrylnir YIilb.
the previous meeting and Mrs.E. to the world. out the duties. of IhU !
Ray of Lake City were guests 0'I,
SALE OR RENT-Six room has her reportas > During the social hour Mrs. St J fine and promise to nrrve the pen.pie I
last week of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mrs. C. W. Chalker returned K. Perryman gave
luagalow. with two large to the beet of my ability. Your '
lurches Wade. Thy were accompaniedhome from Gainesville where treasurer. John served a delicious refreshment Tn the Voter. of the Eighth Judl- vote and support wilt IIH, elncorclyappreciated. "',, '
double flue. On large candidate for
lal Circuit I nm a
of sandwiches i .
Wade and daughter she spent the first of the weekas Mrs. Davis reported that she course consisting Judicial t''
>nced lot. Mrs.' Annie Lou by Mrs. Circuit Judge of the Rla-hth J. F Klckllter.V .
who remained with them the guest of her brotherinlawand had donated seven books to the cookies, hot coffee, and Circuit to succeed Judge A. :X.; 1 ,J
win Box 12, Lawtey Fla. Betty shall ----- ,
,, DeWIttC. candles. The refreshment course Adklne 1 appreciate your /
sister Mr. and Mrs. month and
this
school library .
until Wednesday. and !
2-9 2t p vote mippnrt.IIKNItY era_ t t:
repeated the Valentine motif. ** I Meant-llUt. :ii ,
Jones. Miss Olive Ray reported having! I. (IHAVlalneHVllle
If elected i
( Florlililfor Hahool Hoard itiemher //.IH
given three this month. I from District Three I will die- } !
I of Live Circle Meets charge my duty to the beet of .
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Cox Missionary very
'
NAT SEZ: i The president announced that Clerk of the. Circuit ( 0." my ability not belnaiiwayed' t>> sad '1 1, '.
Oak spent the week-end here as Sidney Lanier's name would be The Young Matron's Circle of I To the people of Hmitford County! fro fur the unmerited benefit. of t"" \ '
guests of Mrs. Cox's parents. Mr. Hall of Fame Sincerely trusting that I may be any person but will "'and strictly ",
heard about it presented for the Woman's f..n \ ,
I'm sure you've the Missionary Societyof I permitted to continue to Nerve you economical' nunlnHiie-llkn
and Mrs. D. L. Silcox. Mrs. Cox this year and staled that all U. the Church will have ". your Clerk of the Circuit Court, administration.. I will strive tn a t tmake
but just In case! you have forgotten remained with her mother who is D. C. members are asked to use Baptist I I announce my candidacy for thla llradford County outntandlna
want to remind" charge of the program and business office Hiibject to the next Democratic In educational work and will appreciate
ten the time I seriously 111. different phases of his life In mak- meeting Monday night at Primary. I appreciate the kindnHM your support. I s
+ /L In the I and confidence shown me by O. C. KKIXT.rlMMl .
that the tallest man out the for the year. hr.e "
you ing programs 7:30: o'clock at the church. The In I
I all of our people and return _____ I
world Is Ruing to be at our store Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- The president also read three meeting Is called at night to give have rendered. and for HO lone a. .;. .
man. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson letters one concerning a veteranat I hold office will continue to "' Beard_IlUt II .
17th. of No. 4 chanceat tt I
February circle leader a :
and courteeyIn
on Saturday nervlce
Mrs. L. C. Ray. Mr. and Farms from the render every r hereby announce myself. can. J 1dilate l
Penny ; one the W. M. U. pin.I1EILBRONN. my power., Your aHHlntance will M:
hour only lectl. from School ;
He will be here for one Mrs. L. A. Davis and W. P. Relief Fund be appreciated Di.lrlrl- 'n I
Norman V. Randolph ; Hoard No. .1 mil. >j..ct to the :'1'11','
J TIIOMAH.for
A.
from 3:30: to 4:30 P. M. and I Smith attended the Methodist and one from the chairman of the action/ of voter at the Primary .II
in Jacksonville May 7. l.... If elected I promise "t
don't want you to miss seeing Advance Rally Stonewall Jackson Highway commission Coanty Tn. Collector tn continue a fair conscientious and I
Tuesday. stating that Road 19 has By Mrs. L. Gasklns I hereby announce my candidacyto "ullable. admlnlHlrallon. of thin of- Ii '
him. Hiiccred myself. e. Tax Collector nom 1,. the neat of my ability.Itespeetfully :.
been designated as the Stonewall, W. D. Davis was called to the of Hradford County, HUbject to the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell Jr., Jackson Highway In Florida. i bedside of his sister, Mrs. Cora Democratic .primary to be held May .... j. L.MVVIM.Kr : "I I.
moved here recently from Lawteyand 7th, 1940 1 have tried. to renderyou __ "I.
Mrs. Davis requested that the O'steen of Jacksonville Saturday faithful honent and efficientervlce "

r i'v are occupying an apartmentat chapter adopt a song for local afternon. She la reported to be an your Tax: Collector Iearnestly .Mehe.l Heard-Diet. :a ..1..1.I
r / Elmo Struth home on I solicit your support andIf ,, \\.1 rbe
they with wish tn announce that I will
ill.
each meeting seriously
I I use and to open elected. again 1 shall continueto !
'j a candidate for the office of f I
Madison St. Mrs. Harrell Is conducting Amelia. R. P. of render. the name service. a.
0 it. Upon motion of Miss Dr. and Mrs. Taylor you School Board Member. from District ( I
a day nursery for small the I visitors) here I have In the past Three, comprising Hampton, Ira- {
Ray it was voted to leave Jacksonville were C. A. KNKIIIT.for ; Ii! ,'J
ham lirooker and i' .,
children.Mr. I New River If
1 of the to the last Wednesday afternoon.
I selection song up elected I will perform my duties ,.
music committee.Mrs. I Mrs. J. L. Cask Ins and daughter Cwualy Tea AssessorI In a buslnesa-llke manner and give I .,
/ and Mrs. E. B. Freeman of I and were hereby announce my candidacyfor my time and energy. to the up- I' a
Perryman made a motion Gertrude son Lacy re-election. to the office of bulldlns of our schools, .always usin _
I Grand Junction Mo., were guests the $10.00 toward visiting at the bedside of Miss Assessor of T""... enonorny where economy should
Ia Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. that chapter pay Elsie daughter of Mr. With my experience. and the F.- bo used. Thanking you In advancefor .1 I
Chesser
1 the delegate's expenses at null 'In the way of tax reduction your support I am, sincerely
Griffin en route to Ocala to visit J. A. Chesser of Doot.lIey' .- !
the Pensacola convention. and Mrs. during my present administration. Hit AN K T AtlKKNATIIVI t
Mr. Freeman's brother and sister- I feel no hesitancy In aaklna for
Miss
out the plan of the historical -: Beach. Saturday night. .
Carrying the continued support of the voters.If I i.I i.
and Mrs. A. H. Free- =::
In-law Dr. I been 111 with .
program for the afternoon. Chesaer has very re-fleeted. I promise four moreyears C..fy ...o..r-lIl.t. J ;
Mr. and Mrs. Freemanwere of courteous. and efficient
man. We 1
Miss Amelia Ray presented an Informative pneumonia for several days. service.Thanking. Wish tn announce that I am a /
former residents of Starke to know the Is Improv candidate fur member of the Hoard .!\
/ paper on Natchez Miss. I are glad you most ulncerxly for of County Commlexlonera from Din- w 1
1 thirty-four years ago. Mrs. Chapman who recently visited -, your vote Yours and rexpertfully support I ,am trlct Two subject. to will of Dem- ,1111 l

.-- Natchez told some of the high- Ing.Mrs.. Jessie Davis and daughter IS W. HAYKH.for :/: ncratlo Voters of Hradfiird County. l Ii. tl
If elected. I will strive to renderfair
It:f
', It takes man(ban u ordinary Mrs. EldrIdge Smith has returned lights of her trip. Betty Lou were visiting her sis a and Impartial ...r..lue. Aa to I t t \
after spending a few daysIn in Sheriff llradfnrd County my ability f offer record atoounctlnimn
shoe to*ilhsandtlu rough the social hour the ter-in-law, Mrs. Henry Howard my "
Miss., with her parents During To the voters of Hradford County of the City of HturkeW. '
Shubuta !
treatment ymif children give guests were invited into the din- Starke Sunday afternoon. Mrs. I hereby announce myself a candidate M. (MITCH) KDWAUD.S.: m'
Mr. and Mrs. J. T Toney. Howard has been confined to her for re-election. to the office of
Weather-Birds for tea. The long table -
them. Try accompanied home by ing room Sheriff, and If nominated and reelected I
thuy'is solid leather.STERNBERC'f. She was covered with a handsome Irish bed for several days at the homeof I promise to continue my ru C.r '...l...l. i..r--'IlUt. il \
:Mrs. Toney who is vlaitlng her lace cloth, was centered with an her uncle and aunt Mr. and efforts to give a clvan, progressive, At the request of a few of my
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Walter Ward. Mrs Davis i honest 'Impartial' and fearless' administration friends I attain offer myself aa a a
arrangement of red and white Mrs. and enforcement of the candidate<< for County Commlaelonvr 0 1..
Mrs. P. A. Brinson at Hugh candles. A silver service at has been keeping the threeweekold ;, law. I earnestly solicit your sup from IMetrlct' Twn, plodtrln you 11f''
port. that f will' the beet. service.
give you
of Mr. and Mrs. }'\
the central baby boy
either end balanced A. O. AND It KIT. that I ran pvmlbly render, Th"nk1'1'
E. S. Matthews bas returned /
Mrs. adornment. Dainty sandwiches Howard while Mrs. Howard was Inir you for pant and future sup 1

after spending last weekIn cookies individual cakes mints, 80 seriously ill. We are glad the for. llrprefteatallve port. I am. ,;
Orlando with her son-ln-Iaw I wish to announce my candidacy Ileipectfully,
the table mother Is Improving and the baby .
and nuts, completed ap for Representative to theState U I. CONNER.f
and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. pointments. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. has been returned to her. legislature. from Bradford -

z McLendon. She was accompaniedhome at the tea Mr. Tudor of Tampa was visit- County. If elected I promise to>
rtt who has Perryman presided guard the Interest of the ta"pl&.r.bru'ht. C-'r I..lo.D.t :S n,
by Mr. Matthews : table. lag his friend, J. C. Jones here county' and will oppose any f hereby announce mynolf a candidate
spent several days In Miami con- last Friday night. .: tends to I Increase taxea I for County. Commlmiloner' a
of the Florida am against the No. Fence Hill. 100 from District Three. Mouth 8larkeubjwt )
r ducting hearings Marjorie !Manning Mrs. J. LV Gaskins was a visitorto percent I will Introduce. a bill to .. to action of the votere In y
Railroad Commission.J. Jacksonville last week. i provide adequate pensions for the the Democratic Primary nt May T.
Honored On Birthday and R. needy of this state, and to eliminate 1.4.. 1 am In favor of better. roacle
Everett Sllcox
Mrs. "red tape." I will oppose any for our county, and If elected will
...........--.- B. R. Dickey an instructor In Griffis were called to Starke last I bill that facors a private corporation work for the good 1 of our countyat
_less the Pennsylvania Stale College, Marjorie Manning attractive of the death of or Interest over the common all u_ + lu luJ
a- '" daughter of Mr. and Sunday because ; people. I know what the people of I, W YNN.
wall I r was a visitor here for a few nine-year-old their uncle, Mr. Sammy Griffls. this' county want and I will serve t
:t:1:1--1:: : hours one day last week. Mr. Mrs. W C. Manning was the hon- them to the best of my ability for 1 s
Monday afternoon the good of the county, and not for feeVmmmtr Seaeol tupvrlatendeat. ;
spent several weeks In ored guest DO NOT SUFFER }
Dickey I the advancement of myself politically ) 1
at which when her mother entertained for or financially. Your vote and I horebT aonounre my candidacyfur
27 ago t'
Starke
time he made years a soil survey of her at the home of Mr. and Mrs. If you suffer the agonies of acid- I.support will be sincerely' apprecl- the office Instruction of Superintendent of Bradford ofHublla
ated.
During his W. II. Hart on Church St. Indigestion, you had better start I nAf-FIl AL.VAKKZ. County subject to the will of the ,
Bradford County.
fJemncrmlla elector In the "I
at This primary
Bisma-Rex
once.
brief visit here he stated that he Tbe young folks played many taking election OH May 1, ".0. If elected
difficulty In finding novel games out on the lawn and 4-actlon antacid powder starts re- Ker (Coast (Commissioner.... S to this Important office I pledge t.. l ,
was having Invited lief In 3 minutes. You can get a I wish to announce that I am a the; people of this county a safe. ;
of the old friends he knew at 5:3O o'clock they were candidate for the office of County __ and sound administration' of iii
any 1913. .and expressed Into the dining room for refreshments bottle of CO doses for SOc at the Commissioner from District Five I the duties Involved. Your vote and
here in and cake. The Rexall Drug Store": Carpenter's earnestly solicit the support of the active support will he greatly appreciate ,
amazement at the many changes of Ice cream voter.. *.
In the appearance of the town. birthday cake Iced in white and Drug Store In Starke. M. 0. U EREL1. OK. W. K. MIDDLE-TON.


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\ : SECTION Rains Reduce FUR FROM 'CAT TAIL.- .J'--ou, 111II"''


1FARMERS', .! ( Damage I. LIVE STATE NEWS Fort MyersFur from the cat'

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t. (Done To Crops By Cold variety, mayb
MINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURALCOlJl.JlON LIONS ATTACK MAN MONEY IN MOSS used for trimming women's eel.

; SENSE. Fort Lauderdale, Five full Bushnell, "A rolling Stone if plans for a new industry
Rains In South Florida hI
"prob- "Peppers-Some seed beds !!>
i were grown, jungle bred lions at- Gathers No Moss"-but moss materialize. Dr. c. F
FRESH PORK NOW AS NEVER BEFOREThe ably lessened the damage" causedby saved in the Plant City section, tacked and critically mauled a gatherers In Sumter County are who Burg
the recent cold made a name for |
to which
wave hardy lost its hinuwin
entire Spring acre-
i man at Clyde Beatty's jungle gathering plenty of rolling shack h
Roast fresh pork la the answer home garden needs attention truck crops, the Federal Agricultural age set in the fields. Early re- farm before a trainer, armed only les. A report from Bushnell says the storage battery Industry j .

ri + to many meal-planning problems in Florida right now perhaps Marketing Service said last ports are to the effect that pos- with a short stick, leaped among that he Florida Moss GinningCompany organized a corporation for '
this Winter. This rich meat is all never before. Commercial week. sibly there remain 11111II
enough plants
them and rescued the man. has paid residents of ufacture of synthetic fur
$ especially popular on cold days vegetable growers who recently The freeze, crop reporting officials to set 700 to 800 acres. Most of this and neighboring! counties familiar plants which from *

'(, and the price is very reasonable lost a good part of their crops on said, "practically wiped out the Winter pepper crop on the ANOTHER FOR SENATOR $125,000 for gathering moss dur- fusely In the Everglades grow. pro
} this account of cold weather making tender down to the He
year. are crops tipendof lower East Coast was frosted, but hI!
St. Petersburg Plnellas discovered
1939
,- Rep- ing in addlUon to some a
process for !
Any cut of pork is easy to roast i heavy replantlngs. Crops in Florida and caused con lder- no report has been received as to resentative W. D. Outman has announced $70,000 for and other the plushy fibre remove I?{
spent wages "pelts"
because the meat Is usually ten- the southern part of the state are able damage to more hardy vegetables seed beds remaining. of Cat
; he will be candidate for tall
a services and equipment. pods and
.:. der, and it is fat enough to be likely to be competing with the ." "Potatoes fusing them to..!.
The Dade County United States Senator In the mats of any desired
shape
self-basting. The pork-loin is same crops produced In the north Replanting operations were
a crop was frosted to the ground Democratic primaries of next BIRDS GET DRUNKSt.
especially easy to handle and may! ern part of the state, which la not started Immediately after the
and harvest will start on this spring. If elected, he said, he BEES; CAUGIIT
be purchased in a size to suit almost : ordinarily the case at least to freeze but "plants are very scarce Augustine,-Robins, annual NAPPING
in about 10 Yields will seek to be "the
acreage days. salesman
any family. Fresh ham also' the present extent. and I it now looks as If acreage of will be Winter visitors here, seem to be Umatllla,-"Cracker" bees "
light and senator for the wen
very tonnage working
:makes an excellent roast, and As a result, growers in both some crops will be sharply cur- pros- enjoying themselves during their hurt by the recent cold wave, hu
'I estimated at the present time are perity of Florida, "in this great :
even the shoulder is easy to carve areas may find themselves receiving tailed." for present stay in St. Augustine. "Yankee" bees, in Florida for Iht
only 600 The
cars. Fort development era just ahead..
when the bone is removed and replaced lower prices. Instead of The latest information on dam- and Residents report the birds are winter, were not, a local beeke

by a savory stuffing. If I recouping their losses, they may age and planting activity of the i Myers Everglades early crops feasting on chinaberries and get- er says. The reason, accorZ,,
nearly over. of FARMERS GUARD
Planting pota- FIELDS !
paired sections are filled with an do well to break even. different crops follows: ting drunk as a result. The berries to John N. DeMuth of UnutE\
toes in the Hastings area was Danta,-Several outraged farm-
apple stuffing:, they are also delicious That's where the home garden "Snap beans-There was some ferment after being eaten and and Pembroke, New York Is tin'
about completed by the first of ers have to that
complained police
when roasted. will come in especially handy. acreage in the ground at the timeof make the birds quite dizzy, it Northern bees were better Pit-
February. There has been a little the tomato seedlings they foughtto
Good roasts are tender throughout When cash Is not available to the freeze both in the Pom- seems. Unable to keep their feet pared for the cold spell. WR|,
replanting from loss of from the freeze been
seed save have
with a brown crust on the purchase foods those raised at pano area and in the Everglades. because of overdoses of the berries 'the cold came and killed blotter.
frozen in '
the ground. It will bea stolen. The acute of
''r, outside and juicy meat inside. To home are very welcome Indeed. Replanting started Monday, the of I shortage I they are having difficulty of all kinds most of the 42,oo,,
couple weeks before plants and the rush to set out
jet the roast done to this "per- They are there when you want 29th and has been heavy the past tell growerscan perching on tree limbs. hives of native bees had just Dt t
whether
this damage is new fields caused,, a serious situation -
fect turn" It is necessary to cook them, which is an important con week. Beans for March shipmentwill extensive. gun to gather pollen for !thm

It thoroughly at a moderate tem sideration. have to come from these The LaCrosse acreage it was reported. Some farm- ENDORSES CARTER GREEN young larve, and nectar: for then

perature. Be sure to cook pork Varieties of vegetables are plantings. Shipments will be very will this month.be seeded South the early Carolina part and of ers seed were beds said with to shot be guarding their Orlando.-Jerry W. Carter, state, selves. The 4000 colonies a

_. until there Is no trace of pink I It in available for home garden plant- l light until the middle of March. Georgia will also their guns. j railroad commissioner seeking the Yankee tourists on the oiht

t? the Juice, in order to kill the tri Ing throughout most of the year. Beans will be planted throughoutthe crop in February.plant potato MRS. IIODGKS: TO RUN United States senate seat held by hand, had been storing up poll

china parasite, which is sometimes Some vegetables can be grown In State for the Spring: crop this Charles O. Andrews of Orlando, and nectar all Summer \ut
"Strawberries Shipment of Tallahassee, Mrs. Margaret has Florida bees ,
present. the warmer months that can't be month. gained the support of Florida weren't Florid.

Pork should be roasted on the produced( In the cooler ones. Successive "Cabbage-North and Central berries from the southern sectionsof Hodges has formally announcedher I Townsend( clubs. Four Florida bees DeMuth said, don't nuk
t.. the State will be very light un- candidacy for the unexpired congressmen-Joe Hendricks, of honey in the Summer
rack of a shallow open roasting plantings can be made to Florida cabbage appears to have except trot
(: pan without: water. Use a constant ( give fresh supplies over a longer come through the freeze In better til a new set of berries is on the term of State Senator of her late the fifth district R. A. (Lex) palmetto and galberry blossoms t|
I bushes. This will mean very few husband, W. C. Hodges. Soon Green of the certain locations.
moderate temperature of period. Surplus fruits and vegetables condition than first 'expected: second, A. Pat Can- )
after Senator died Mrs.
berries
for Hodges ,
.
325 to 350 degrees 1'Or, if you can be preserved by dryIng 'however, it is too early to tell February."TomatoesVery non of the fourth and J. Hardy -

.. want to sear it first, use a temperature for use when the particular whether the younger plantings few plantsare Hodges said she would accept Peterson of the first also received We will pay 5-cent's per pound.
nomination to succeed him if she
of 480 degrees F until vegetables and fruits are no have been damaged. Cabbage available In South Florida for had the Townsend backing 1 In for boiled cotton rags meeting our i

the outside is light brown ((20 to longer available. ready for cuttings shows some replanting of the Winter and I said\ no she opposition.had decided Mrs to make Hodges the their reelection efforts approval' No buttons or old(

,t 30 minutes), and then quickly re The Agricultural Adjustment burn to outler leaves but this Is Spring acreage in Florida's larg- race, even with opposition. pants. Bradford County Tclt-

duce the temperature to 300 or 325 Administration has included a being stripped off and moving est tomato producing sections. SCREW WORMS SQUELCHED graph.
'
: degrees F. under active demand to trucks. In Tallahassee, -While the citrusand
Early Indicate
reports
provision In its 1940 agricultural that possibly DARING 1IANK ROBBERY: NEW TRAIN' SCHEDULE
Time required for roasting 1 1I is conservation program wherein Florida all available plants are only 25 to 30 per cent of the Wllllston,-Three bandits swept vegetable growers of South NorthboundNo.

about the same, whether scar farmers can be for being seeded In the Everglades. In original 18,000 acres can be Florida bemoan their losses during -
you paid growing replanted -i between $3,500: and $4,000 from I the 2 Leaves 5:28: A. M. Stop,
It or not. From 25 to 30 minutes a garden containing least seven South Georgia only a little over and it Is too late to replant cash drawers of the Perkins State freezing weather, the
'' : cattleman No. 192 Leaves 6:23 A. M.
1 per pound is the rule for roastinga different kinds of vegetables. The half the Spring acreage was set, from seed in this part of the Bank here while a fourth man of North Florida counts Flag
fresh ham and and these suffered a 20 per cent State. Growers his gain because he will\ nave lit- No. 108 Leaves 5:36 P. U. Fly{
I 30 minutes per pay will be all right, but the sup In Collier County and at least one woman waited
tle to about No. 102 Arrives 1:50 P. U.
pound for a medium-sized loin ply of vegetables when needed kill. It looks like the acreage hope( to salvage 300 acres and outside and helped them make worry screw worm

roast. About 3 1-2 hours is re will be far better. may be reduced. In South Caro- have plants for possibly 600 acres. their R. P. Perkins, presi- in his herd this year. Every SouthboundNo.
for lina, growers report no apparent Seed bed escape. freeze has two sides, and State 1 Leaves 11:35: P. M. Stop!,:
quired a stuffed shoulder,, Yes, Florida farmers are right damage was also very dent of the bank was struck on
weighing about 4 pounds. Stuffed now at the point where everything damage to the Spring crop which heavy in Manatee and St. Lucie the head with a pistol but was officials think there's a silver No. 191 Leaves 10:53: P. M. J1i<

.; spare-ribs are usually done in 1 Indicates the wisdom of growinga had been set in December. Additional Counties, where most growers will not seriously hurt when he told lining in that cloud because insects No. 107 Leaves 9:30: A. M. Ftf! {

I 1-! hours. If a roast-meat ther home garden, even more strongly acreage probably will be set probably have to re-seed. The one of the men he could not open two by the millions died in the.I No. 101 Leaves 7:00: A. M. Stool.

mometer is used roast until the than In the past General as a result of damage !In other Central Florida counties which vaults because time locks were on. week's siege of frost and -

I temperature inside the meat i is farmers, commercial vegetable States. Shipments of cabbage plant in the drill will also have to freezing weather that extended

182 to 185 degrees F. for a "well- growers and others will do well from Florida will continue active re-seed. It will be April before LOAN OFFICE OPENED: far down Into the rich Everglades F: BLADDER

done" roast.Smith to select right away some fertile, by rail and truck as growers har- any appreciable volume of tomatoes Homestead,-The Disaster Loan farming country.

most but well drained soil, fertilize vest headed cabbage as quicklyas can be expected from the Corporation has opened an office

i i And Nettles it well, and plant some home possible. State. A small acreage in South here prepared to receive applica- WPA Jacksonville AREAS REVISED WEAKNESS 93SL:

garden crops. Successive plant "Cucumbers Replanting of Florida was covered with dirt tions ,-The reorganization -
for loans from farmers hard
Work 'With SteersFor cucumbers was rather general ( of the 11 Florida WPA administrative Also for Functional Symptom of
ings every two weeks, as long as young plants) and possibly I hit by the freeze of January 27
Fat Stock Show It Is! possible to grow any one kind this week in South Florida following escaped. ,,The emergency seed loan division areas into 10 districtsin KIDNEY DISTRESSES!
the freeze and also in accordance with new Take KDAN3 and .
of vegetable, will assure fresh "Wjatennelons Growers followed regula- BOW relie euliMi
Two Bradford already has received 200 applica tions issued and dueomforta ol Backache and Leg raw.
County 4-H Club Sumter by Washington
County which lost its works
supplies of fresh vegetables. Thefamily the general practice of tions. The latter organization -Frequent Scanty and Burning PaaaagUnnatiual *-
boys. Hogan Smith Jr., and covered agency officials,, was announced Odor-Lou ol Ea.rvy-U."
acreage. seed in
keeping the
table will be better ground dur-
.
Ralph Nettles supplied had a. top limit of $400 while the here. State ada... Db ae... NorvouBOm*-cau..ii h
are spending lots "Green peas-The freeze killed ing January and Administrator\ Roy
as a result. early February; Disaster corporation's limit tot- functional Kidney and Bladder Duoidm.
of Uma these days readying their practically all the peas in Flor therefore, the freeze will not ef- Schroder said the purpose of the Tak. KIDANS. Help tb. kidneys P*'

steers for the Fat Stock Show steers about the middle of Octo ida, and movement is over for the fect the melon acreage other than aled $2,500 for individual clans, change and rearrangement of off eponetbto execee for aeide those and aymptom pol.o"" .... wtuUJ Your. diftreie K.-

which will be held in Jack.sonv1lleTue ber and the animals have shown season. causing some delay." counties In the new districts was and discomfort .hould quickly P"
MRS F. D. R. RENTS HOME I .... .
day and Wednesday, Febru fine progress since that date. to provide a more compact division ". You will feel better almoU civrlffht. ,
'I A few days rnlirrfrwe
Miami Beuch. Arthur J, may eee you
ary 27 and 28. Hogan's (a short-horn Herford I 'I Spor- of the State for administrative from kidney w..kne... ae 4., Al
r__&.__ r__...1aAtra "A ;alnTnarllllIla I borg Miami Beach realtor, said! .
Both boys began work In harmony with Nuturv to it
fattening theirGOLDS Cross) weighed 920 pounds on a'C'Cu JL u.y purposes. Walter W. Ivey,
last week that Mrs. Franklin D. proper funptiontnfr of knev! end I)
October 10, and weighs around 1- For Weak Stock By Miss Ada NimmoW. area supervisor at Daytona Beach Try KIDANS. Money back If rot im ,ih-
# Roosevelt had
L Cause Discomfort 100 pounds today-a gain of 180 leased an ocean was promoted to mnnnKcr of Distilct MONEY BACK GUARAH ,:'
H. Maxwell of front residence and would arrive
Jacksonville
pounds. Ralph's ((a 7-8 Herford) Now NecessaryNecessity No. 1, with headquarters Deposit f 1.00 with your drua i.t f,. t-.
spent the week-end here with his February 18 for a one-month box .
670 stay. lieie. The district of KIDANS Use one box.entirely
For is
quick reU Tfrom weighed pounds In October, composedof
Mttaflpd with It
KfchUL
Id.
mother, Mrs. Ida Maxwell. The President's wife her
tile mtaemj 666 and around 820 pounds today-again for providing supple- secre- Baker Bradford Clay, Duval, other box to the ,.,". orvuJ.. im
mental feed Mrs. S. J. White tary and a party of friends, Spor- money will he refund SIT* K'Kidney '
., ooI e, tak. 6 M of 150 pounds. Both steers and minerals for weak of Tennessee, Flagler Nassau, St. Johns, Union Itollef today. KIDANS 1
>
have been fattened on a base feed range cows and heifers has been who has been the guest of her borg sold planned to occupy thetwostory and Volusla Counties, CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE

Uqald Tablets Salve Neae of snap corn, cotton seed meal emphasized by the recent freeze mother Mrs. Thos. Dyal. left this home at Golden Beach,

Drops and cowpea hay. and the severe damage It did to week for High Springs where she I a community north of here. The

green grass Walter J. Sheely animal will visit her sister, Mrs. Retta house Is owned by Mr, and Mrs BOREE

husbandman with the State Parker. Ross W. Judson. FUNERAL HOME

INSURE WITH agricultural Extension Service, Mis. I, J. Priest is spending u Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

- ?; N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. said few days with her brother, Paul CITRUS EMBARGO! ENDSLakeland.Sta.te AMBULANCE SERVICE *
citrus inspectors DAY AND NIGHT
"The difference between losinga Prevatt, of Theresa.
i FlUE returned to their posts to 13-1 MIONE 134
LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS weak cow from starvation and Olen Bedenbaugh, who has been
resume certification of fruit for O. n.
BENNETT.
n carrying her on through the Win- 111 with Mgr.
pneumonia, for several l
Phone 11 STARKE, FLORIDA ter for profitable returns Is only a days has many friends who ore expired.shipment as The a seven-day embargo "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Your

few cents worth of extra feed and delighted to know that his con embargo, prohibitIng -
shipment or sale of citrus not
minerals daily until the grass re dition is
improving.,,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR covers from its set-back caused certified prior to its effective date
The Rev. Mr. Warren will was invoked by the State
M* Ma' r Years Experience Make. It Possible for Me to Bender by the cold weather," Mr. Sheely preach at the Baptist Church next Commission to prevent freeze-Citrus Cold Cough Is ToughOn

.
pointed out.Rounding
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and
R COURTEOUS 8EBVICB!: Sunday morning and evening. damaged fruit from reaching the

MODERATE PRICES up all weak cows and The Hampton Junior High market following the severe cold

I t,' D WITT Starke C.Florid JONES three heifers pounds and giving of cottonseed them two cake or under School the is progress able management 1 In g nicely of wave late last month.RE'ENUE Your Friends, Too!


each daily and providing them Professor Morrow and his able COLLECTIONS UP You can't blame your friends for
with plenty of minerals will healing oils and
with
save unguents,
corps of teachers. Jacksonville.-The wishing you would
Treasury
reported go somewhere
IA of them highest quality beechwood
the
I many Kxtension internal else with cold creosote
revenue collections your and cough; for
penetration.
worker explained. in their counties were showing In Florida lost year amounted to colds are highly contagious and fig syrup gives Genuine Mentho-Malsion California
Cattlemen will do well to the effects of greatly reduced cause more loss of time from t
pro- 50418.978 compared with illness taste
$43.594,190 will
I than all you like and makes i I'*
other
vide extra feed for other grazing. diseases
animals combined.
in 1938. Corporation and cling to your irritated membran
MEATCURING that show they cannot obtain "It' Is rather difficult to estimate individual income taxes for 1939 Mulsion Get Mentho-Mnlsion.is Mentho- so its healing ingredients act mow

enough feed from the range, he the number of cattle lost totaled $22.934,481 compared with cold guaranteed to stop your quickly and effectively.
cough
said also. during the recent cold immediately and rid TOO
spell, be
$27,761,006 in 1938
while payroll of that Feverish irritated
air
cough entirely
quicker than passages
cause a certain\ number
Much green grass in all sec- are lost taxes amounted to $5.078,411 In any medicineyou ever are fine :nesting places for ekes

ii 1i tions of the state was killed back every Is Winter, whether or not there 1939 and $4,157,350 in 1938. Miscellaneous every cent of the cost tried, re or germs, including even such danger-

by the recent cold and It is this a severe freeze such as the one internal revenue in 19- funded without question. OWl ones M flu pneumonia and tobercnlosis. -

condition that is proving a head we have experienced this year. 39 totalled. $22.406,085: and $1167.833 ,- Mentho-MuUion is the formula It" dangerous to take

t ache for many stock raisers. The Certainly the losses thlllV'lnter' : in 1938. of the dean of pharmacy of a large a chance: with a cough due to a cold.

grass, browned and lifeless whereit have been larger than In the past mid-western university. It contains Mentho-Mulsion endorsed b1

was green and nourishing be- but the Increase Is comparatively GUM UP TilE WORKS vitamins A ->d D to build up your your neighbors and guaranteed brleading
t No fore small when we take into consideration cold reaJstan ), and seven soothing
increase in prices the cold, contains only a Port St, Joe-MInnows caused druggists everywhere.-adr.

fraction of the nutrients it had the fact that this is one a whale of a lot of trouble at the r
of the
when green, Mr. Sheely explained.It coldest Winters we have $7,500.000 paper mill here. Rich and Clean
had in
.I will require several weeks to Florida, :Mr. Sheely explained gineers! were puzzled when

i come out again and to keep herds machinery Jammed', causing GRADE A

going until then U the problem. crew of 600 workers to be En-I
Supplement feed Is the Engraved sympathy acknowledgements. ) PASTEURIZEDMILK
We Specialize In only answer Finally they learned that a
Sugar in sections where cattle are Inexpensive. Bradford Of salt water minnows
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t: ,, I In danger of starving from lackor County Telegraph.NOTICK for food had swarmed into the

green grazing cottonseed cake huge pipe through which thous- NO ADVANCEIN

tf distributed on the posture or I will be ands of gallons of water flows
PRICKATHEWS'
Cured Meats has at the following ram /
range been found to be the ed into the mill. The tiny fish were
places on the
best and most economical feed for days and dates carried through the valves and

this purpose, the Extension worker state herein for the purpose of into the vital parts of the works ,
,
receiving tax: returns also
said. applications
for gumming all the moving parts. ,
y Cattle losses during the freezing homestead exemptions:

weather of January were largely Theressa, Tuesday a. m., February TALE OF A CATS TAIL

limited to old cows and weak heif- 20Lawtey. St. Augustine, A black cat ,

ers that died from starvation I Tuesday p. m, February caused a fire at a store here by

GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD after tbe grass was killed back. 20Graham. sticking his tail in the wrong

STORAGE COMPANYJ. The number that froze to death Wednesday place. The tail-so black the firemen
a. m., February
was very small while the number 21.Hampton.. had difficulty in seeing It-

that starved turned out to be became caught in the motor of a

L. GEORGE, Mgr. much smaller than was at first February 21.. Wednesday p. m., refrigeration plant, mopping the MODEL 92
anticipated Mr. fan belt and
Sheely asserted. New River causing the motor to ..
"t Phase 1067 1201 N. Grove St In Reports from 25: county agents February 22. Thursday p. m., get hot and emit volumes of
cattle
smoke. When DAIRY
,1'f producing areas IndIcated Brooker firemen arrived, .
{ that the main problem of cat- Friday p m, Febru- the store was filled with smoke
GAINESVILLE 22.
;Lt"'/ FLORIDA tlemen U to "tide over" their ary and the cat was- still entangled ,STARKE FLORIDA RSEY \:
stock Respectfully, in
until grass comes back. the motor. The current waa tONE
E.
W.
With only a few exceptions, the Hayes, tax assessor. turned off quickly and the cat--

n, agents reported that range cattle 2-9 2t 2.16 Bradford County, Fla till alive, but with a badly damaged QUART LIQUID SEALED BB48

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FEBRUARY 16, 1940 BKADPORO COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TABJUC, FLORIDA AOB SKVCM. .
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CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES I Easter Falls On March 24th ; F RussellIay '.

Earliest In Twenty-Seven Years I il J 40 Years I
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U"TIST :tIETllODIST 1'RESBYTERLIN EPISCOPAL I CnRlSTI\"l I Fur coats and Winter overcoats adopted In 325 A. D. by the

.YI. Llebtfoot R..,.. Fie. R bin.on ReV' Chaa' H. Allen ..6 \1I.rk': ('hurC'h Sunday Scll"1 Supt | \ may predominate in the council of the Christian: Churches' TOO LATE I Item from the Telegraph files I

Thomas.t! 0 r, Supt. Pastor Pastor R.v. Fred Rector'Yerkee Jr. Mrs Iunday:: Ira School\V1I"on j I Easter parade for much of the I at Ni. .ica In Asia Zllnor. TO CLASSIFY of February IflOO. 1 .

nday School Oen.E. K.Superintendent Perryman Orlfanlet Sunday School Supt 10 o'clock nation this year, for the holidaysfall Principal reason' for making the G. A Gardiner made the lucky J

day A.School M. of Church SChoo' Mr.. 111 M. D..vl. Miss Ella J. S&.. on March 24, the earliest date of the holiday dependent up- Several gubernatorial candidates guess in the bean contest for a

yt8,;;l BnB Service Church School Church School Supt. Sire Orean.et U. C. Brown CIIIJRCIl CHIUlTj Easter In 27 years. It will be on the position of the moon at advocate a constructive\ handsome parlor lamp at the store I
Ray Kath.we
II .... M. 10 A. IlL Church Serv\cee lI..rry Pickup another 60 years at least before the time of the vernal! equinoxwas telligent advertising program tot of Farmer and Ensey. :

Plat n 7:00'l'ralnlnlf: P. M. Morning Service 11 Worship A. M. II A.School H. Sunday School, Bible Study Pastor:I D. m. I Easter puts In such an early ap- that the Pilgrims needed Florida. They contend that we M. Leviton, formerly of Edith, iCa. i
n inll gervire, Morning Worship 10 A. M. !Sermon: and The pearance again. Ash Wednesdaycame moonlight to make their way to should make a greater effort to .., has opened a store in the
.0 P M. Ev.nlnlf Worship 11 A. M. Sundays -- 11 A. M. Lord' Supper a p. m. on February 7th. the great yearly Easter festivities tell folks In other sections of the Jones i
re.Unlr Bervlca: 1:80: P. M. Fridays. 7:30 P. evr" tiundayrelay. :: building. I
yes 8:00: p.M. Young People's glgnta Chi 1:00: p. m. Holy Da"IlO: A. M.M. Only four times In the past 140 charm and advantages of our Mrs J. E. Futch and Miss Etta

Pll&nlet Canova League Meetings IIIN.LLlANCE years was Easter celebrated earlier There are others who believe state. Butch returned home Thursday

\11'0 na 6'30 P :M. MISSION HALL GOSPEL Free! ent than March 25, latest instanceon that the reason for making Easter That's fine, but Just what are from Montbrook.

o t{Powell Wednesday Prayer ,Meeting 1:80: P.M. Sponsors Sponsored T.\B.by The Robinson Itev. Frank record being 1913 when the a moveable feast was Its historical they going: to advertise ? Sun Persons owing me will please 1 j''

d Chairman of Deacons Mr. F. JL Long. WI' and Mre. Mr. and Mrs Vice President pasqual feast fell on March 23. association with the Fenst shine bathing beaches.mocklng call at once and settle. Very respectfully. '
Ii'. Kick !ter Organist J. T. Qulllley .1. T. Quigley The Rev Leslie The Easter date may vary be- of the Passover or Unleavened blrds- -and all the other famed attractions Jno. C. Wills, M. D.

Istant eat'h Evangelhtlo Friday and Service Shepherd tween March 22 and April 25. a Bread, which originally was held. 7 Swell I'm for It. ButI N. B. Hull ban received several
Tues
da tPowTruAss Organist eveninga7: 0 day evening '1:30 Sun.: TheeRevrFred"YerkeeoiJones period of 35 days. Next year it I In memory of the deliverance of' would go further than that--I 1 high grade bicycles during the : :

-- -- --- will be April 13. the Israelites from the bondageof wouldn't content myself with tell week. '
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Many Christians the world over Egypt It Is pointed out that ing Just ONE SIDE of the story. I The County Teachers' Association II, ,

Mission Hall I prepared the delicious menu. who observe Easter have wond- the moon was at Its full just after Every now and then I'd Injectan I will be attended by Hon. W. 'j

And TabernacleA I Washington Program ered why dates for this particular the vernal equinox when I he advertisement for all the world N. Shea ts, state superintendent ,. ,
I! Brooker' School will follow the :holiday vary so much. Here Isi Israelites made their escape, the I to read that would do more for N. J. Jones will again enlarge f.

large group enjoyed the advice of the State Department the answer: best time for such an attempt. Florida than all the other ads his hostelry the New Commercial.I I

meats On herehereafter study of "Rightly Dividing the of Education and have a Washington's Raster Is the first Sunday Lent, the great period of.tastIng combined.! I'd take liberal space: At the meeting of the Teacher's J 4
Birthday program Thurs after the Pasqual full moon In the Christian Church, begins -,: in northern and :
Word of Truth" Tuesday night at papers magazines. Association "Mistakes In Primary -
at the Mission Hall. The chapter day afternoon, February 22nd., at happening on or next after on Ash Wednesday, which)I to point out a few things about I II I Teaching" wan the subject
Mexico the writer 2 o'clock. March 21. This method of de- comes 40 days before EasterSunday this I state that we now It'RV'tn
J, e touring undertaken was "The Two Kes-: of a paper by Miss\ Olive Ray I
I again been Impressed with) urrectlons" and all Joined in an Kach: grade will contribute several termining the Easter date was :: not counting Sundays,. I said, but which would be better I Contractor William Lake l.i I

norance of man. How little animated discussion. Judging; numbers to the program; and TOLD i, completing for Dr. A. L. Scott

noW about ancient clvlliza- from questions asked, there area there will be an address ap School Board's : $40.60; W. E. Sapp $17.10; Chester -: I'd point out to prospective'I what IH probably the largest private

The marvel of marvels Is host of things concerning the propriate to the day by a prominent I Andrews $71.62; Swearlngen tourists that along with the barn In Starke.
I .
Jible. It Is one Book with noJrical resurrection that are not clearly speaker. List Of Warrants Kelley, $27.38; L. R. Starling. pleasures this state had to offer, I I J

efforts in It. How re- understood; ', Every one Is invited to attend $-1260; Finery Sapp $27.40; Wade their Journey over our highways:.I with the wrapper In which It '

[able this is. "I have not The Scripture plainly teaches! i I and it is hoped a large number of JANUARY 1940Teiwhers Gaskins, $27.60; R. V. Alvarez would be dangerous because we j! came HI) that I could publicize the :

1 every historical point In the that there are to be two separate' adults will come. There Is no :Salary $72.38; C. J. Crews $2000; Earl hold the woods cow sacred and i shipper through the press of the
but all the points admission.The!' Green, $62.44;; A. A. Edwards that while
Testament, resurrections of the dead. The i iI I| enjoying our zephyrs stale so that the people of Florida
Elmira
Luvertia Shepherd $696(5( -
.e found were located Just first: to occur when Christ i Jubilee Mill Billies"! came to ; $87.62. 1 they must likewise dodge our I might know just who was t. l

the Book said and I knowif I I 1 Thcss. 417.: Only those appears Brooker Thursday night and entertained '' McAllister, $5.04 Cleo$500 Saxon; Dorothy, $6.-: C. A. Knight, $25.25: ; J. L. heifers.A I It t i, blame

I had time to complete who are actually born again will a capacity crowd. Their 65 Epperson Mrs. M. W.: Morrow, $-t.oa,; Anderson, $82.70; A. L. Green, Jr., few ads like that would go along ': When It came to my atlentiu

urvey I would find every be raised at that time. Those merry fun and jokes, good acting ; Mrs. Nona $20.25; George Flynn: $10.00; way toward bringing\ our :, that any Florida community was

mentioned In the Book Just' who are alive and remain on and. general music provoked many bill McRae $10.96 Irene: Lewis $4.87, Shell Oil Co. $73.08; StandardOil home folks to realize: bow backward ,' HO short sighted that during the :
the !Book said the points hearty laughs. Priest, $27.30; ; Co., $fJo.m.) : wu arc In thin reHpect. At I
earth (the saved ) will be transformed Carpenter, $10.68; Mrs. C. tourist season it made a practiceof '
Myrtlce
the words of a
These were In the twinkling of an "Blt'w'tube"' and "Shorty"were W. Chalker, $9.1\0\ ; Mrs W. 11. General tho same time it would ho so con- i gougiiiK the tourist and winter ,

Christian scholar a few' eye and accompany those raised : especially.. clever In their extreme Sewell $28.47; Grace Williams!, Frances Peek: office work, $12.- trary to the usual appeal found In visitor by advancing rents and r

ago us they go to meet Christ in uhf I Iall' costumes and created much $18.63 Sec. Teachers Retirement 00; I K: J. Lewis board Service advertisements that I'm Inclined 'hotel ,rntoa beyond all reason, I
I ;
3 impossible: to explain the ,i fun. Crooker's applause' means ai Deduction School Month 25.00: ; Flntldu" bank at Stnrke.payment (10 hcllevo It would leave a favor- think I'd advise. the public of tho .
ccept on the basis of In- return date. Salary note A. J. nblo Impression on the render and fact and cull to their attentionother
Godbreathedhronolegical In, Daniel 12:2: we have a suggestion ending Jan. 26, 1910 $175.36. I on 1000.00; .
'inn' ti I Is I react to Jo'lol'ilh
good. '
of this double leHUnec- Some people say they don't behave Annie' Griffis Salary. $125.00; Louise Florida communities where /. \
Sorchlo M. Baird, $06.50 ,
In the ;
: ] : names I While I told them of the
Warren, Salary, $ O.OO FrancosPeek. many they could find a welcome and
tion; also John 5:28: 29. The hope that animals kneel at "old< Mabel ;
r'cstument prove It to be the+ Laurie Morgan, $76.00; ) Interesting and. not'
delightful at
I be mistrtuiIt'll.I .
I Office'ol.k A. J.Hrlffls .
$13.50
of the resurrection U an old one. Christmas, well hete's one that'stine Florence Brown,, ; !
Robert Dick \VI.1$75.22\
I I of God Dr. ; tions of .Mln nil. .
Imc-I
I :Mrs. Handle curried Travel Expenses. $20.00( ; realize that in HO doing I '
.. In Job 19:25-26: we have the old : Virginia Simmle Hunter $94.B((;;
said a few ago. I $63.33;
years I'eiiKUcbln
.n Tampa : Orlando
est expression of this hope. In some chickens to Starke and 1' Pearl .r. H Moore, board Service, $28.- probably would bo the mont '
|'1 are no college professors Robert Strnchan, $65.00; Petersburg and other I '
point
the 16th Psalm we have the what do you think? When the old< 00; W E. Mlddleton, board Service thoroughly disliked person In the( ; \
high school teachers In our I George, $17.51 ; K. Jo:. Evans, $71- think I'd point out thai all of I' .
$2:>.00; A. J. Gilffls. Office entire state Before I well 1'
prophecy concerning the resurrection hen saw the Raster eggs In the I GraceRoblnnon : got
W. Green, $60.00
at the Bible 27'l. ;
who sneer ; hone I charming cities Infested -
'ry I of Christ candy case and no rabbit around, Lewis,, ,tCxpermes.: $11.20; K. J. Lewis Mere started, on such a screwy campaign ,f"
the $50.00 Mary ,
about ;
| vet know nothing with loan sharks and salary .
board Service $2500 Staike' Telephone .
she hopped out of the merchant'shands I ; I would probably be boiled -
est i Book In all the world In Rev. 20:S, 6., there are two I' $50.00; Flossie McLendon, $47.40;; buyers whom the good I people ofF'Inrtdtt I
and Into the candy case to ) Co., $14.85; A. J. Grlf- In oil, tarred and feathered, and 4
"half-baked schol- phrases which place a time span M. K. Roberts $17.18; A O. Jenkins .
of these : 't'mlt the
( to on
pry helpless t
.I claim the eggs heiself.Mra. I I flM. Salary, $125.00; Louise Wur- run out of the stale on a rail. Hut
will accept the guesses of between these'! events. "blessed $69} .75; Sarah Jenkins, $37.- the weak and the Ignorant, '
Frances Peek
Salary $5000; nevertheless such state adverusing
a
kin and reject the truth of, n nd holy is he who hath part in I I Sandle says she surely did, 12; C. C. Anderson $65.00; Geneva -II't'n. Work $16.50 A. J. Grlf- making small loans and charging' baaed ;
; campaign on honesty
the first lesurrection" and,I "The': :T. piece of cackling arid hollering $50.00: Mabel Richardson '
Hartley
[ Word! There multiplied 300 In '
are n H high ui percent tot cut. 1
?
(: A.
I II t'ls. Traveling Expense $20.00; sincerity and fair play would live I'
rest of the dead lived not again : when taken out. $50.00 Juunlta Stewart,,
_ands of Christians, some of: ; J Griffls. Office Expense $8.02\ ; Of course I'd! explain that the In history to the evert.iillng credit :I.
\: are great scholars and some until I the thousand years were' I'I Mrs. S. M. Idiird. spent the $50.00; Pearl Smith $47.2;; W. K. Middleton, Board Service racketeers operating mich Institutions und glory'of Florida. It would
finished. Time and forbids week-end In Orlando, and Winter Roosevelt Smllh $47.58; J. A. I I
I em make no claim to scholar space I'I'I maintained a powerful ;
!I : $25.00: J. II. Moore, board Service keep no onn away but on the con-
who know that the Bible Is a full discussion of this Important i I Park. She attended "Gone With Jones. $60.99; Annie L Gaines,, $25.00; Dot Bishop. Office lobby In Tallahassee.. and HO far trary would.! so startle and Impress '.f \\0.

11. it claims to be--the very truth. Enough is here The Wind" and says It was worth $50.00; I, J, Keller $4.86; I. J. Will, $8.70; Myrtlce },lllln-s/ no Florida legislature had. ever the render that folks would ,
set forth .stimulate. InvE'sUgai i miles lo see. Keller, $5000; I. J. Keller, $1600;; been to I II
[ 1 of God Some of us have to going worth .60; Klniko Telephone! Co. strong enough\ oppomi It. hare In greater numbers, flock

| II(I Iho promises' and found lion into the Scripture for further Mr. Hay Fisher accompanied his Carrie Robinson, $50.00; Ca..1Hoberts. ) $17.90; A. J. Grlffls, Salary, $125.-I I am Inclined to believe that a world, liken u guy who puts! his ;g'r

l to be true light. wife und was a guest at the $5000; Madeline Andrews 00; Louise Warren, Salary, $ single page advertisement! in the I cards on the table, who shoot

-. The Five Judgements" will be Teachers' Banquet Friday. He Is $1500; Madaline Andrews,, 00. Sal unlay Evening: ; Post along that', square and playa the game.

lie Apostle Peter says that the subject of next week's study. I p candidate for office of School $48.25; Leola Roberts $79.17;; I District& r.O'-1 I line would cause an uproar" withinour i I Florida U u treat state Her r 4I

e are "given unto us exceed- I bring your Bibles and be prepared 'Superintendent In. Clay County. Lorraine Smith $60.16; Marie stale that the next legislature

;great; and precious promises, i to take part In the discussion. ''I''I'I Several of the It. H. S. ...eniorglt'l Thede, $30.00; 1. n, Cody 118. I Luther Grlffls. Wood $23.12; would put a slop to tho evil If It I: people She is fundamentally are hospitable and kind.and
by these promises we might Fri 59; Catherine Young. $86.51 ; Emma : Mr. :. E Lee. Wood., $22.50; ; i iI didn't ilo anything el.ie the entireHCHHlon. square
I TABERNACLEThe :< served the banquet on I honest ; all the bad that t might be
iiade l partakers of the divinere I Rev. G.' K. Cutshaw had i ii day. They were Miss: Juanita Hill, $72.83; Blanche Edwards.: I attt lltilr Griffls, Wood. $21.00; D.I' And when they did. I'dgreater wild about her could never offset

These promises are "ex-i charge of the service at the Tabernacle i McGauley Miss Joi'llu)) Barry, $71.31; Joyce Futch, $8987 Roberts ; I Wood $6.00; Lee !' publk'l/.e' (hat fact with even that which U Rood! but still she
Jewel !
$71.99 .
Eunice :
Kelley I vigor.While
ling great We often read I last Friday night bringing Miss) Iva Galney. Janitor Service, $ 0001H ; has a few skeletons In her closets
MotBronke $74.30 Helen Cody $7499; i I told the outsider. of our
not : ; I
II: lightly stopping: even .
I Interesting bible mes- [ Gasselt'sl! unit they will probably remain
u very Lola L. Lie, Woo I, $10.00 :
to fathom their : Beatrice Futch. $74.23;; ; i marvelous citrus groves and. urgedthem
ry greatness I
: from here made ,
Many people there for our guests to stumble on.
in that cometh unto Me I will SIlKe. Jacksonville this week Mayes, $73.00; Lillie McRae, $72.- t, 3 Mops $3.00; Mrs A 1 KeeneJ' to eat more Florida. fruit, I''
to until ourselves find te
service trips we
courage
10 wise cast!: out." "Lo, I amt I Last Sunday night local the and last to set "Gone With The 83; Ruth Frazier $60.16\ ; rnES-! Fixing) Curtains, $5.00; H. C. | think I'd manage to sandwich Innn drag them nut and destroy them.
was In charge of the group. ] 73.00; Jessie ad two I to the
Buddlngton. or explaining'
unto the end i tine ,,
always
you even "
of Acts provided Wind.\ Mi and Mrs. Fred' Hazen iI Green, 1x: t I'lL'Ol'k on I'nnip,
he "I I The 27th chapter I Lazenby, $52 00; Jessie Lazenby I l.ounowlfe that not all Florida
e for age.you" "I go will to come prepare again a ,I the basis for study. It Is the and family Hazen Mis. L.and A.Mrs.BrOWn Per-,! $20.83; Norman Johns, $82.83; $15.00; N. Thomas Janitor Service trust was fit to E'at. I'd urge hero I'K US: 11 .FISH t
Cleono
receive you unto Myself." story of Paul's sea voyage and I Mrs. who went. Mae Wells $66.50; Martha $51.25;; Ebb Thornton Junl- bn mighty cautious about buying All Times, {
flaxen were some wells'l'
via
'latsoever you ask In My name subsequent shipwreck. enjoyed It $41.32; Arthur McRae, $ ; tor Service, $12.50; H. C. Green, oranges/ and grapefruit, II I' I
nil I they verymuch.
will\ I .lo." "I will never leave !I Several local ministers have They. say I Beverly Cady $53.83; Estate J Crosby !- Janitor Service, $50.00; Brady especially 1.101'11111'11, eaily in the J1lt; SHRIMP' .1

nor forsake thee." "No good visited the services lately and Mr. and Mis. Hoy Thomas' of I I $43.33; O. K: McCauley, $92.- : Bryant Janitor Service $36.25: ; HOUWOII, fur chances urn she would, ) : : :
have expressed their enjoyment .83 Melvin Futch. $81.61; Muriel' find It JulcelcHH) and. half ripe I'd I ; '
r? will I withhold from him Jacksonville were visiting their: ; Lee Galney $1000; Perry New- +'r Hal: Moro So \
of the simple Bible studies.I IFriday Harmon Morgan I explain" that It might be bountifully 'r
walketh Norman $66.50.; Z.
Thesea Wood $25 00.
uprightly. II mother Mrs. Alice Thomas .om r Food fur Health
few of the many "exceed- night; Feb. 16, the Pastor I sun-I I' $7283; Melvin Marrell, 5383. i colored but still worthless as + I

great" promises. They are of the Lawtey Baptist church will\) day.Mrs. H. T. Hargrave M. W. Morrow, $35.00: M. W. : Wedding; InUlutlon* u MTialty.| far an eating quality wan. concerned MAGNOLIA
only "exceeding and a group of young people $68.82 H. B. Wiggins I Printed eiigrutcd+ or embossed.Uradfortl .- : and I would urge her to 11SII' :
great they I to Gainesville Monday Morrow ;
"'precious." They are have charge of the piogram. It business afternoon.'trip I'I $64.79; Margaret Whittemore ', County 1'1'If'Krtllh. ho good enough to return It to nin I MAIIRItiI'h ,
service. ,
because they have value.PI't'cl-j pi-praises to be a rl.'l1good All of Lloyd Ilairy's children $57.00; Floy Sullivan, $56.58\ ; ---

true. "Heaven and,. earth I Do not miss It. have been very III the pant week i I Ophelia Bryan. $65.25\ ; E. L. Williams r I3EHHI + ,. ., V

away but My words shall : with flu but are reported, some I $21666.: .1. H. Atkinson. \ IINFOMIiTL

pass away" These "exceed- ttKOOKEK better now.Harvard $76 66; J. M. Whittemore, $8333;

great and precious promises," By !Mrs I. I... Parker Hazen bilK returned to Evelyn Stump. $119.27; Alice Fernandez -

given us according to Peter, I 11t.'t't school after an Illness of several $69.66: Daisy Fisher $8!>,- U

'at'' by these promises we might : County TracherV hool 131; Eva Anderson, $68.36; Verna
S days.
made partakers of the divine Members of the Brooker sisters contrive and schemeto I Dcmorest. $79! .17; Rosalind Williams '

are faculty were hosts Teachers'to the Association urad-- Two"Marry Margaret" Coming $75.18; Mrs., Dell [>owllnJ;'. [ l?? ) LEASE :

od'g+ promises are' the chan- tord County Fil-, soon to broker, school. Watch $94.00; Lester Sponholtz, $78.20; ,
annual banquet.
< through which God pours His t nt the I column. Blanche Vandervler $69.26: Lucile

ure Into our lives. They are day afternoon February 9th. this Whltfleld and son. Jack, Kennedy, $G6.50; Eunice' Searing
H.
C.
pipes through, which 'the water The tables were arranged of In the a I oi' New York pent Tuesday afternoon $74.83; Grace Wainwright, $75.05; j About Electric Cookery ;j jS jn
the rear
In
life flows into our souls. It Is large U shape color with :Mr and Mrs. R. T.Hal'gl'ave. I Edna: Hart. $7505; Lucile Edwards : 1- I :
i
A
nderful to get a strong hold on school auditorium. The Whltflelds have $69.31. Willie Mae Hlnson,
I I or two of the "exceeding scheme of red and white was carded been in Florida for the winter and 69.13; Evelyn Rltch $69.66; 6 bttt tt t111t1 (, '"' hearts as table I
I at and and out with red Ethel Biggs. $0584! Ruby Lilley, \ y yn
precious "
promises" Valentine hearts are returning home I ..1 ct Q:Thanks lo Updown" electric rule
"t hold tight." We need not decorations. and Miss Iva ; Madge Mlddleton. $71.71;
Lewis .$8866 I
I with a wordof I Malcolm (she more you UM, Uw lower the falo
'r. The "weakest" stood at each plate Mr. !Kitty Hogsed $63.33; Kate Shep-
promise Inl Mae Lewis, accompanied by p.t kilowatt hour) modern otoctrie
Bible Is strong enough to pull welcome on them. programwas and Mrs. Drew Dukes of WorthIngton herd, $79.17; Edna,: Prevail $76.- \ cookery COM CM hale am la por day U
dinner a
> entire human race from earth I During the visiting Miss Grace 00; Ruby Mae Perkins, $74.71. I
were olodrie H ration.
Melvin Futch, you already uoo t a.
with 1
6
heaven and through a gate of j given act-: Dukes at the Florida State Col- Cleo Saxon. $2.14 ; Emma Chalk.

trl into the heavenly home.. I i member of Brooker faculty He called, lege In Tallahassee Sunday. PI'. $16.74; Mrs. W. B. Sewell; : About ,tT 1..
Ing as toastmaster. $13.90; Grace Williams: $33.45; )
upon G. E. McGauley, principalof Mrs. Nona Priest, $27.40; Mm. I qs I' Q.
OLD t ( Sorvicea { }
FURNITURE MADE I the school, who extended a PINE LEVEL Leecy Norman $10.96; IreneL % lu4. i

LIKE NEW the association mem- By Mr II. )I. McIUe : i ? i
greeting to win. $12.12; MM. Thelma Con-I ?,t t '; I'1\ trli.. ra l 1l:What cvo florida POWM L Light Car..r : .- JI t

LowestPrices bers.A.. County Superin- Mr. Hobbs of Rising was a dinner ner $8.08;; Llnnle Kelley $2.50. yx pony ..... ...."'.a1
Griffis .
J.
tendent and Dr. W. E. Middleton guest; of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fla. Bank at Starke. $4.675.66; \ to j Q:Thaoo b.o onto ... .* wo rondor lo
On All E. J. McRae recently. Mrs. L. H. Futch, $125.00; Fla. t .....111 kom our
member of the School Board f? y, kelp you jot cjroalor i
Work of the Board. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boan of Bank at Starke 2685.66; Fla. i / t bask ... fee .._pie. wo will \ .

AT and Lewis the Chairman various principals: of the Sampson City were visiting ).11'. Bank at Starke, $1.88990; Mabel + ,"' j kelp you plan tp-oarin I modern ,t. ;. ,,

,y FRED.ERICKS schools, each responded to a call and Mrs. O. W. Jackson recently. Wall $5.50; E. L. WIlliams $100- Ulckoa, supply you with oloctrfe cook.y ,

toastmaster. We are sorry to report the Illness 00. ,_L._ .. rodpo and donio..tralo labor-

Fl'RNITURE HOSPITAL. from the pleased the audience of little Ronald Jackson. Tran.portallon ke ...... .....,y .h.'ICUl.. to BMUIO
Miss Young of Penney G. E. Green, $13.45 Sam Mott. "
beautiful piano solo Herbert Alvarez ; oloctrie eoobory mere useful (..y....
with a duet was Farms and Lorenzo Alvarez of $4000; Charity Williams $3500;

and a sprightly piano at Brooker were. A. L. Green $7036; H. G. Alderman it add. Ih.
Ethel Biggs and I the CCC Camp ?:Don'l lae e plu eerrleee
ow To RelieveBronchitis I played by Mrs.Baird. recent guests of their parents $15.00; L. O. Jones. $6.35; coil el electricity' ?
Mrs. Sorchte $32.63 Roy!
a Mr. and Mrs Britton Alvarez. Oliver Underhill ;
At the close of the banquet Mrtl. Ruth Denmark and little Tomlinson. $1945; J. E. Adklnii 0:On the conn-cry. By making elecMe +
held In the '
business session was Shirley, spent a few: $40.00; J, K. Adkins $4000; Lester .mice mar convenient and UMful la

auditorium. Norman Johns, vlce- I days daughter at Orlando with Mrs. Den- I Blade. $57.06; Mary William, i mare and mac people, they..... In- {

.Bronchitis acute or chronic, la an president, presided. murk's mother b1rs. 'Lilia We 18.00; Mrs. G. W. Rhanes, $10- cieaMd its ae and (hue helped make !
wnmatory condition of the mu- Routine matters were taken up. I $75.11 J. electricity cheaper and cheaper.Vh .
Nelson Green ;
>ua menobranes Lining the bronchial appointed to ley. I 00; E.I
1 oes. Creomulalon goes rl ht to the and delegates were the W. E. Ennis and' Frank Davis Brown, "000; W. O. Collins, $51.- { 1a
ad" or_..the trouble to loosen germ represent Bradford County ftt in were visitors to Gainesville and I 81; Roy Tomlinson. $83.12; Elam J. C.; SPENCfUlanaJer: :
... Convention
.eem.1ncrea.ae secretion and coming F. K. A. I I
: Frank Norman
d recently.We Lewis $1000;
nature to soothe and heal raw. Alachua I t 1
wer.: inflamed bronchial mucous Orlando. were dispensed are enjoying the warm sunshine $3O.OO; Nelson Moore, $20.00: 1'I
..mbranes.Tell your druggist to ell Sectional meetings the I! after so much cold and the I Andrew Redding $30.00; T. T. '
''u r a bottle of Creomulsion with the with for this time as --
adjournment''farmers! are all busy mulching Blackburn $37.60; J. S. Austin. :
demanding that you are to like late and I EdDurbln.
hour grew $35.00
e way it I their strawberry plants. $6.35; H. C. Kelley ; .
: quickly allays the coughYOU : ,
are to have your money: back. was was Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove $3260; Richard WWton. S.rvk. SM tap t

:: REOMULSIONr A rising vote of thanks of P.-T.,I I Spring.. was a dinner guest of Mr. I t $1260: Richard Walton $20.45;: $.s M l fir unlit, ..4. f 11$ i./riu. bait pear ....tric.! Mats. )

I given to the Committee staff who and Mr. H. M. McRae recently., Ned Berry, $2.00; Levy Norman,I t for mtitn ....trlI .-r...... '
Colds Bronchitis A. ladles and cafeteria

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PAGE EIGHT ISRAZtFORD COUNTY TEJJSOHAPn, STARIOE. FLOKIOA FRIDAY, FERUU.\R1' I,

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warranted'"preference' over similar enterprises -' PHILIP A. CROSBY DIES charge of tl>e Doree Funeral that Bradford County takes leaveof be observed In OM era

The Bradford County Telegraph in the South. AT BROOKER MONDAY Home. j We a will citizen miss such the as cheery Mr. "Dud"-Croaby. County schools on rh".t,, ,

.
Active pallbearers were: l: W. ruary -Washington,
r n Established 1877 In the opinion of the Miami Hearld, (Continued from Page{; One) Hayes O. J. Phillips. L. G. his pet name for one and all, and Programs sirs(

i e Florida suffers more than any other Dixie Powell, A. J. Thomas S. E. his sprightly figure. We will miss are being 'I'On80'
, Fridays and Entered tut Sec tare are: Mrs Tom Dukes River Sparks, and .... 1'. Stump. his wholesome philosophy of life schools throughout Florida
,
1'uUlHhed'wkly on state from the great disparity in freight! Junction j
; Mrs, H. P. Gainey, Mrs. and the fine example he set for request of State '
ond Class MutH-r at the Font Office' at Stnrke, Fla. Raleigh Waters, :Mrs Sam Mott. The unusually large number of SUpernl! ) (.
from
rates. This paper states that : "Apart others in showing the way a successful Colin English.
and Mrs. Lee all of people attending the services, and
Crosby .
farm should be operated.In
the limited reduction allowed by theI.
recent
the mau\ of flowers In the
great
MEMBER = Brooker; and Mrs L.. H. Futch these days of changing standards -
y r C. C., a comparison of rates in Eastern Lawtey. church, showed", clearly the esteemIn Ill afford to TO ALL WHOM IT !\fA T"rasp)!
ASSOCIATION\\i we can spare
PRESS Notloe IM <
LORIIU hrrf-by
;" 'official' territory with the level of rates in Funeral services were held Wed- which this "t wart citizen was citizens of his calibre, and can have flied my final "K..?- 'II''imlnlxtratrlx
held by his fellowmen.In or "
the ,,
t J. '9otwaat 31Cotlda'a the South shows the standard rates in this nesday afternoon at one o'clockin the words of a friend: "He only hope that somewhere another Jf, Darby d..c*..H.. ::: his filed
sterling character, inspired by my petition fJ.
section higher than the Dedan Baptist Church. The was 82 old, but we who for
thirty-nine percent
;: are year charge and that I
_______ Editor and Owner will
E. Mattliews will rise to take his
',;. Rev. G. E. McCaui"y officiated knew him best will not rememberhim example the Honorable B K V",
I .. .. __ in 'official territory. C'ounly Judge of Br'"
assisted by the Rev. C A. Crosby. as an old I man, for he was place. Florida at 10:00 A. M.ford C t,
i SUBSCRIPTION RATE "When it is realized that the rate levelin Interment was in Dflan Cemetery always active and up and doing day of March, A. I>. nfn'lb'It,.

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75o-Payable In AdvanceAdvertising Florida is fifteen percent higher than I. with Masonic rite. by the some kind of work, or seeing thatit Washington Programs pi-oval discharge of BM the such name Admlnlntnu'and for'

hates on Application other Southern territory it is seen that this Starke, Lawtey, and Erooker was done." A. Ida I* 1'81'hy
t, .. lodges. Arrangements were in It is with B deep sense of loss American Democracy Day will 2iSt a-t Admlnl..trntrlx' nr".
state is shouldering a freight burden sixty I

:: Success of Farmers' Market percent higher than 'official territory', I

'i Assured in News of This Week which the North has been pleased to call Jacksonville Business ReviewBy

;.: The announcement that H. L. Brownlee, itself and has been getting away with for

prominent grower and shipper will buy decades on end.

strawberries at the State Farmers' Market "If Georgia, North and South Carolina The J. D. Carabo Service

here this season was greeted with enthusiasm and other Southern states complain that ----

not only by farmers, but also by the their rates are burdensome, it takes no imagination MERRILL-STEVENS DRY DOCK AND CRANECOMPANYP. -

to what tremendous handicap
( community at large. grasp a -

Mr. Brownlee has been one of the lead is imposed on Florida shippers and con REPAIR COMPANY Z. IIUDDLESTON, Manager I

ing buyers here for many years. He enjoysthe sumers. 614 East Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. Located at 1007 West Bay ufactured by them.

confidence and trust of our farmers and 'Spokesmen from the Arkansas and' Street In Jacksonville, the Crane Their stock of plumbing

Louisiana delegations have signified their DRY DOCKINC.-l\ACHINISTS-ItE Co., Is a national organization, plies Is for the convenience
(' allow
many of our leading strawberry growers having been established in 1855.: : types of manufacturingschools J
him to handle practically their entire intention to back Georgia in its determination This firm specializes in buildingand was necessary to equip the placeIn They have branches all over the and residences.

to bring the parity issue into the party's repairing all kinds of mach- a most complete and modern world and Jacksonville is to be management and asslstanu
t crop every year. inery and boats. And it la under
style and so they installed the
complimented in having one of of
long experience in
the convention floor. thltness.
platform
! The Farmers' Market here enjoyed a fine on the direction of a management of latest of scientific machinery nec- their establishments. It is a great They are throughly
If Florida's delegates join the drive, wide experience in this business. essary In an "establishment, of this
! season last year with the spring truck crops asset to the surrounding territory. versant with Its every delal
They are equipped for all classesof kind. This 1$. one of the reliable
will at least be
perhaps we making progress This firm Is a wholesale distri- are considered authorities
: -string beans corn, and Fordhooks-but it machine shop work and have Institutions of this section and I i m
butor of and
heating that
plumbing pertains to the
toward righting which like MarkTwain's operatia
: was realized by those vitally interested in its a wrong established an'enviable reputa- when you need anything in the suppllea. With the exception of modern plumbing and ha
weather- everybody talks about tion for expert service and reasonable line of machinery repair service
If continued success that it would be necessary schools and Industrial plants, supply business.In .
but nobody seems to do anything much prices. Much work is daily you cannot dp better than go to sell to dealers See
they only. this Issue It behooves
to work the berry deal there also if the mar received by this shop from sur- '
about. them.They' your contractor for prices. This compliment this firm and
ket.was to develop into the ultimate benefit rounding territory. are experts: In the busl- Is one of Jacksonville's most essential agement upon the able tu

( that it should be to the people of Bradford 0 This firm is equipped with the nesH and no matter what work firms and since it openedfor in which the business is opr
latest machinery and the fact desire find -
The you you will them always
Balkans Continue
Reputation business it has gained a strong and upon the progressive awHe
County. that they machinists of
are ability ready end willing not onlyto
foothold In this section.
For spirited policies.
A
Being "Sore
\ Mr. Brownlee's announcement Spot"Those themselves makes it a place to serve you but to give you valuable In
removes They are engaged the'plumbing The management invite
who are wise to the ways of war take work'. They can tell you in advice and. suggestions as !
doubt that might have existed concern- supply business and carry a plumbing and heating con!into
any
an Instant what can be done, how regards anything'connecte,1, with
believe that the key to Europe's future un- line of
very comprehensive plumb- inspect their line of
supple
ing the future success of the market. The long It will take and what the the business.In .
'. doubtedly lies in the Balkan countries. In ing and heating supplies, such'as fore making a purchase
probable cost will be. If it will this Issue to
fact that he will be the auto- we are glad
platform bath
on tuba bath room fixtures, also invite the public to visit
the words of one observer: "All through pay you better to get a new part, compliment this firm on the position sinks
matically insures a large volume of berries heating plants and other show room and make a ft''
\ history it has been easy to start wars in the they will very promptly tell you they occupy In the business apparatus ,
laundry trays pipe, of what they would have
and the of oft to do I
patronage a large percentage go. world and call attention to their
.
Balkans, hard to stop them." etc. of all kinds which are man- contactor install.
the county's leading growers. The proprietors realized when excellent service as well ns their
If the little countries in question could they started In business that It reiisonuble prices

r .Friends of the market now have every get together and form a cohesive neutral I BURGMAN- A.R.COGSWEI]

.I reason to look forward to its fulfilling the bloc their chance of being invaded would be DUBEY'S HARPER METHOD SHOP TRACTOR- "SINCE 1921"

great purpose for which it was designedto I
small. They would have an army of close MRS. EQUIPMENT CO.
i) L. DUHEY
.
help the farmer directly, and to benefit TroprielorMasonic BLUE PRINTS PIIOTOlPRINTS
to )
first-line
the entire county indirectly. 2,000,000 troops, adequately Temple Bldg.-Elevator Servi<:.Jacksonville, Fla.) DRAWING: JL1\
equipped and backed by a sizeable air force. Located
o at 18 Riverside Viaductin RIAL, AND ENGINEER!
For fifty the HARPER of hair, the
0-- years Harper operator Is
But unfortunately the Balkan states are a Jacksonville, this firm offersa SUPPLIES
METHOD of scientific of able
the
care
to bent
give you the kind of
Are You having Any Fun? crazy-quilt of mixed unfriendly nationali-] hair, skin, nails and hand has :a. permanent wave as well as care and complete dirt moving line of and tractors road 223 HOGAN STILE

Well You'd Better-Doctor Says ties. Never in history have they been able been accepted by discriminatingwomen for your hair both before and machinery. Contractor, hoisting
in thin, and foreign coun- after In the manner that will logging Phone 5-2166, Jackson:
Ever so often some prominent medical
to work cooperatively, or to adjust their and a. general line of road build
tries, an the very,best to be had. make It the greatest joy to you.
man comes forward with the announcementthat opposed and divergent ambitions and Mothers have carried daughtersto With hats that are BO hall-reveal ing and contractors supplies.In Specializing in Blue Prints

the American business man works too policies. their local Harper Method operators ing the health and beauty of the this part of the state thereIs toatats and Engineering Su;
not an establishment that this well-known concern hm
surpasses -I
hard takes himself too and doesn'tget for their,first care of hair hair is all-Importunt this and
seriously, Jugoslavia and Bulgaria are apparently year that of this well known a rapid stride in reaching thi+
and skin confident that the name be
enough fun out of life. looking to Italy for protection. Turkey and method that kept their hair and I and you may her assistants sure that will Mrs.know Dubey just firm In point of diversity of ar- To be a leader In this field
ticles carried for the contractor. have always maintained the
Most recent warning came from Doctor Greece are the Allies' friends although the I skin young and ,lovely since their I what to do for you to make your They maintain a service depart- of supplying their patrons I

Edward V. Allen whose advice is given added former has declared that she will not aid own child's.girlhood would safeguardthe hair really your clowning glory. ment carrying all kinds of parts. with quality merchandise ar
Harper Method was Remember that they are also)
weight by the fact that he is associated with Britain and France should they go to war founded by a woman with a scientific finger wave and heir style experts I This means that their Interest In curate maps plus unexcelledvice.

' t the renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester against the U. S. S. U. Rumania, with rich oil I knowledge of the hair and und can create a hair-do for you I I pillions tale of their does machinery.It not end with the large. and Therefore satisfied, they pair enj

N. Y. lands is the country that is on the spots skin and on the principle that that will make you your loveliest this and
be said throughout vicinity
may truly that
health : no
makes for rend beauty and) pelf Their help and advice In the
"The busy executive," he said right now. While the Allies have pledged I has stood the test for fifty years. cure of your skin will be just na matter what you desire in the rounding territory.

'f too much and is overweight seeks escape i in their aid in case' of need, they are far, far Mrs. Dubey is the authorized beneficial und you can trust them 'I machinery line, they are preparedto
I representative in this vicinity and with these Important of meet your demands! satisfac- there is no question but tha,,
alcohol, has a short temper and high blood away; and Germany right next door, is phases! I torily. When
Is graduate te of the Harper College -I your personal grooming with the | they started In have succeeded. And in tli.
pressure, and carries business problemshome phrasing her demands in unequivocal lane In Rochester, New York I assurance that you are gettingthe business they determined to fur- view we recommend then

to his wife." Consequently his lif guage. Chances are that Rumania will be Each: year more women realize best to be had. Their 'nish service to every owner and their service to our many rt:
that In Harper Method they receive includes scientific scalp I'
: span is not as long as it should be. forced to go a long way in complying with the most up-to-date as well treatments, permanent shampoos and finger

Unless he changes his mode of living demands of the Reich. as the most-proven service and waving, '''marcelling, facials and

r' Dr. Allen pictures the harassed business If the present war is to become a real advice in the care of their hair manicuring. It Is a real pleasure Dr. Lewis L. Copeland, OptometristEYES
and skin as well as the finest to recommend tills shop and meth-
world affair most authorities think that
man heading rapidly toward apoplexy or a I preparation to use at home in od to the women of this vicinity EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED
the starting point will be in the Balkans supplementing the shop treat. with the
protracted heart ailment. To counteract the assurance that any ser 48 West Forsythe Street Jacksonville Fla
evils of overstrain he advises working eight birthplace of many a devestating war of the ments.Having. vice advice of product will give ,
I a scientific knowledge lasting utlsta tlon.
:., hours 'a day for fivo days a week learning past n I

how to play sanely outside the office be- I I
coming interested in hobbies, taking more G.: O. P. Leader Out of Sympathy SOUTHERNHATCHERIES JULIUS LEVIN, JACKSONVILLE PRODUCE MARKET

vacations, lying in bed one morning each With Youth of Today HAMPERS--CRATES-BOXES-BAGS OF ALL KINDS

i week, and curbing ambition. Even his best friends tell John Hamilton C. J. FECIITEL, Proprietor Stalls 131-132 Beaver Street Jacksonville,

v The words of a popular song put the chairman of the Republican national :31 East Hay St. Phone 5602.1 New Containers Sold For LessUsed

same idea more musically, if less scientifi- organization that he made a poor play in Jacksonville Fla. Ones That Look As Good As New At Real Bargains
refusing to have any connection with the
c cally: This Is one of Florida's leading In this entire part of the state They are fully prepared for the betterment ri
American and
Youth Congress; particularlysince Hatcheries, and the farmer and there is not an establishment thatlWurpal8s distribution of hampers, crates, prosperity.
"Are having fun? people.
you any Mrs. Roosevelt gave the youngstersher city people have come to know that of this well-known etc.
!' "Whatcha gettin' out o' living? O. K. that they can get from them the concern In point of the diversityof They offer the best servl
conducting the entire group to the They are courteous and accom- containers of all kinds and'
> "Before you're old and gray-still O. K.: best of baby chicks They havea containers carried for our fruit
White House to meet Administration leaders modating and are furnished a mgr
: reputation fur and wide as busi and l vegetable; farmers Since will be pleased to on
"Have a little fun son- and others prominent in public afairs. nt'slmen of wide experience uYid they have been In business they demonstrate to any one who desires notice so that there is no <|
.
'
for
"Have a little fun. Mrs. Roosevelt knows, and so should straight-forward' methods.Mr. have built a wonderfully large to drop In Just what a real are people In charge using of their the service lines

Perhaps this musical invitation to eyeryone else who even halfway pretends to Fechtel has made a scientific trade from this and adjoining saving they can make. are thoroughly familiar wilt!:
study of the needs of the counties and it is safe to assert Julius Levin
territory has
frivolity should be adopted as a theme song understand the younger generation, that the In poultry securing the that their name and business is wonderful changes that witnessed have! the and are ready to give any.*]
come or receive
by our tired business men of today. It's youth of today are for the most part loyal best attains for the people of this probably as well known among about in farming methods. They Julius any Levin suggestions.See when yOU
just the modern of the old section. Every farmer should the farmers of this section of the 'have '
putting kept
way and good Americans and that a large per-, right ahead of the hampers crates, boxes or'
t adage that "All work and no play makes centage of the ones "talking wild" doing' call around here occasionally and state as that of any other similar times and have Introduced to the and you will be delighted wl li
are see how production establishment In the
can be in nearby towns people of this section of the state saving that make and tbf
Jack a dull boy. so for no other reason than to attract a creased. and cltle savings that have made for the vice that you you get.

-O- little bit of much-desired attention. Like The matter of price has recelv

Florida Should Join Sister StatesIn pimples puppy love, and other afflictions of ed this attention firm and the quotations of KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
,
Move For are always as low as Is
Freight
Parity youth-they'll outgrow itl I consistent with sound business. 45 CHURCH ST.
Recent reports that the Georgia dele- O They buy as many as possibleof PIIONE 5-1538 JACKSON\1

gation to the National Democratic Conven- Very potent commentary on the frivolity their eggs from local farmers rendered This organization has always' parent at each funeral which they bulance and new grave equi

tion will work for a freight rate parity plankin of women's hats In thla section which means they a reliable and conscientious conduct. and are adding a new servu'
was contained recently are buying and selling home service to the people of
pro- From the minute I This Is few f"1
the one of the
Key-
the 1940
party's has
campaign platform
this
in a little news item from St. John, Kansas ducts. section.
that
homes In
McCabe this section
Funeral Home is called
incited considerable interest in Florida. -wherever that is.: Anyway here's the I Let them do your custom hatching With successful experience com upon until the final duties regularly employed lady a:"

A minor victory was achieved by the story: A young lady from New York, at- as they have up-to-date equIp- bined with a comprehensive fund performed not are ant.
ment and will a single minute detail -
t South last November when the Interstate tending the funeral of a friend wore a service. assure you reliable of knowledge of the proper man- Is over-looked. not the least It is to enterprises of thi for

Commerce Commission recognized the parity flowery creation which she left in the hall- This hatchery has for sale baby ner service of conducting: an Interment semblance of confusion but a high that we standards can be which thankful the I'
the
principle in a decision ordering from five to way because she thought it might not be in chicks and a full line of chickens. conduct are funerals Impressive which and they con- systematic Is rendered, smooth running service embalming and funeral dll'l''

thirty-five percent reduction on a dozen or keeping with Think of them when you want to that bespeaks the can be attributed. The i Key<
the solemnity of the occasion.A buy. They are a home firm and vey a lasting feeling of dignity deep thought and Interest In the Cabe Funeral Home is lml( <
more commodities. few minutes and Tightness that has caused the work of this
, later she professional firm.
,. was stunned l to dis- merit your support. people of this to be complimented upon the
section think of
It was a step in the right direction, but cover that an attendant had carried it to the Mail orders or phone calls given them In their time of grief. Their well appointed funeral plane on which they conduct

did not completely correct the unjust discrimination coffin and stacked it there in the center of prompt attention. Write them for Their ability to conform their casket home, the motor equipment and business.It .
are all
arranged In which
and a
catalog list. manner Is
price an Institution
t' under which the South has the other "floral offerings." Too embaras- actions to each individual situation and used so that they may make a the welfare of the communitY,

1 labored for all these years. The general sed to protest the young lady kept silent All legal blanks, promissory service, their and effort to be of real I perfect background for the com- the people uppermost I"
" their deep understanding fort and "
structure still gives commerce and industry and the hat was buried forever. Perhapsher note, retain title note, carried which l I. the most necessary reaved. Since satisfaction of the be thought at all times j
the first
North, particularly the Northeast husband la stock by the Bradford County requisite of I of the borne out by their InterestIn
un one
was glad-who knows? engaged ,year they have added to their business and community
Telegraph. In tnU profession, are deeply ap- equipment
. a new LaSalle am- fairs.P' .



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