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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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>.
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Utghed 1877 ; we should quietly hear both tidct. Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner


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ttE 8iSTY TWO STARKE, FLORIDA \\, DECEMUKK 8, 1939 NUMBER SIX ?

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1st t Shows I I FIRST EAGLE I II County Hospital New Ordinance I New Guard Camp Described

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kworm .,' w' Enthusiastically By OfficersGENERAL

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PrevalentChildren y .. ..,,,,.1"" ,,".,."i".";\. ',':, ."'. Boards MeetCommissioners Stores On SundayCity

,<' ., ".. ": .I"",. ", I," '. LOWERY SAYS CAMP Tell Rotarians
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Urged ; : And
;/ Council Provides WILL MEAN MUCH TO THIS AREA
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Advantage of .: Council
lake ",t." :'" City Con Fine of $200 For
Medicine << ",',,., ': '; : General L. Lowery Sand Hill Lake It was hard to $750,000 To Be
(free State ..,f' '"" ;iI'l,' ; : m"""" a sider Project Carefully Those Who DisobeyA Sumpter
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this
., ', ;",', <''1,(( commanding officer of the 5(5th imagine that in a year or so
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I ford County's most dla5 ,}::<" :' ,; ;,tt I Advocates of a county hospital ordinance--one with leaned very spot would become an artil-
"" j new Field Artillery Brigade
In the closet" i,. --that big guns wouldbe Near HereTitle
uri WPA this week laid their lery range
"skeleton ,' \ project Spent
openingand
| ,, \ the
# ,,, 0' ,.i" "teeth"-regulatlng
'(.. ,'." .,",. '" n against a. table before an open the south side
when It .f lined along
week i. .
this ,' at the door up
Inearthed. .,(.. ;"',...;;.J..., ".-, '. '." i i iI case of the Board of closing of business houses In
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.1"', ,' : fire In the former Victor Covington the
of the 'J of the lake and fire across
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83: percent
that County Commissioners and the
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fcwnd! Starke Sunday was passed by
j .. :. Ii.r on cottage on Sand Hill Lake endmatteroffactly once-peaceful waters, to 90 Percentof
the first seven grades : : City Council of Starke-
govern
|In I its
t the City Council at meeting
}i ', ,". stated that as small of the area
schools are infected withg ing bodies that have already sponsored On a 'map Property Already
IJU here Tuesday night. as 10,000 men at a time outlined the
disease. : \ : ," worthwhile Bradford many General Lowery
hookworm ,
Use
many Secured For
., .i : forth specifically what the National
,1' Setting might occupy new boundaries of the camp In red
facts were ... County improvements, sit her
3rae distressing: .. .. types of business houses may remain Guard reservation now being and pointed out where the
by Mrs.G. t Jointly or separately.Not pencil Holding out the promise; that ,
ii public yesterday I open on Sunday and what established a few miles east of main buildings will be constructedon ,
county health to be swept off their feet, the new National Guard Camp"to.b
Lewis, articles be legally sold, the Starke and extending from Kings- Lake.
the seven members of both organizations may the east side of Kfngsley) .. established on the east side'of'i, ,
a4 who for past new ordinance provides for a ley Lake to Brooklyn Lake. He sketched In roads that will be
school t listened attentively, said little Klngsley Lake will be a "show
examining
hu been fine not exceeding $200 or Imprisonment "I do not think the people of built through the deep sand "
for hookworm Eagle Scout Frank Robinson promised to "hold the matter over place, Col. Byron Bushnell, executive -
j.J4rtJ\\ not only trouble and otherIguctly III who received this rank at the for further consideration." not exceeding 90 days your community fully realize yet designated rifle and machine gunranges officer for the 116th Field
L alsO for eye for those who violate the pro showed the future location '
is and
'' just what this development and Patrick'
Main Court of Honor in Jacksonville Before the County Commissioners Artillery Major
s. visions.It to mean to Starke," Gen- of 37 millimeter guns and I
\ last August. Scout Robinson | Monday morning came a com- going Shea, regular Army senior instructor -
!: SO\ percent of the 210 IS Junior Assistant Scoutmaster ; mittee from the Starke Rotary states that It shall be unlawful eral Lowery continued "In proportion morta rs. for Artillery In Florida,

fairy and elementary students of the local Troop and has earned i! Club and two local physicians for any person to keep open It should benefit this area Crowding the Covington cottage spoke briefly before the Rotary I

mined at Bradford High were 36 merit budges, besides having I! Dr. W. E. Middleton and Dr M. any store shop, or other place of i Just as much as the Naval Air were officers of the 56th Field Club here Wednesday They' ;

ected; 52 percent of the 152 passed through the six ranks oft I B. Herlong. A set of plans for a business, or to sell or dispose of, : !Dane will benefit Jacksonville." Artillery Brigade who will be engaged emphasized, however the fact
students examined had or offer for sale any goods, Surrounded by and plats through today in a command that there mill detailsto
maps
tey Scouting. The rank of Eagle Is structure simlliar to the one de- ,. are acme!
dijease.! and the percentage the highest award made by the I sired here were shown to the merchandise or chattels warell'l I. of the "sand hill" section, the post problem as a part of clear up in connection with the,

Htllbronn where 63 were ex- "'National Council of Boy Scouts. Board, and it was stated that the Sabbath day within the city General freely discussed the new'i an intensive training course now establishment of the camp here,

iiBti, was the highest of all- Scout Robinson Is the first local sponsors of the project of Starke. I National Guard camp with a com- being conducted. Copies of Time and urged the cooperation of local

percent. At Vanderbilt where i I member of Troop 70 to receive 1 could possibly get out with between Exceptions are provided as follows mittee from the Rotary Club of and The New; Yorker lay around citizen In these preliminary mat-

pupils were examined 65 peril I the honor. four and five thousand dollars : Drug stores for the sale of Starke. "When completed It will but for the most purl the m..nwt'I'e ) tern.

had hookworms. I II since they would be credited drugs and medicines Includingthe be perhaps the most beautiful and poring over maps and other ) The speaker came In from

lie: county nurse, while express- HE IS NEXT : with the building lot as part of filling of prescriptions may modern enervation i In the country -' diagrams. It was plain to nee Runt! Mill Lake where officers of

ig M great surprise at the largeaber I their share of the expense. be kept open for that purpose; ." he stated. they were taking the pioblem the A6th\ Field Artillery Brigade Mare

of cases deplored the The Commissioners appointed also boarding houses, hotel, restaurants In the quiet of after dark onEdwards' seriously engaged In a Command Post

fallen: as unnecessary and 100 County Clerk A. J. Thomas and or any other places problem,

I cent curable. "The state fur- ., I County Attorney M. F. Brown to where one or more boarders lire Col. Buxhnell stated that the

M absolutely free to rich and lM represent the Board In a discussion kept and lodged may transact Fence Another $250 camp here will be unique In that 4

school children alike hook- of the matter with the City business for the accomodatlon of Its development, will be "from

.jn, ridding treatment," she Council Tuesday night. Members the public on that day. Newspapers scratch und there will be no
, I Ii fnecessity
I'l'' ,and added that the 243 cases II I of this body were definitely Interested cigars, soda water, Ice Cut AgainLawtey For Lawtey Shed to modify plans to con- 4

I dr found in the county's i i will consider it further. cream ice, and milk may be sold form with existing buildings and

|IIools were being treated. Mrs. ;poi Fully\ aware of the benefits to and places kept open for that purpose l other imprpvements. "For this ; 6

i dated that all the other be derived from a small county subject to such restrictions Man Estimates County: Commissioners: reason, the new camp should be a k tf

Ii In the county would be i hospital; what worries the pro- as the Mayor may direct The Damage/ at $1,000; Receive Many RequestsAt << model reservation In every re-

. bed and 'treatments given I posed sponsors Is not the initial ban does not apply also to the Close Watch Now On Monday MeetingAn spect he stated,

Lit u quickly as she can get to cost, but the upkeep. If they be- sale of gasoline tor oil for motor < Major Shea described the site '

'i, come convinced that the Institu- vehicles by garages. or filling stations Twice within the past two additional $230 for the shipping of the new camp as "beautiful"

I hookworm is not the only tion can be operated without Becoming months Hal Edwards, Jr. prominent platform now under construction and said that the terrain admir-

edit we, found in the examln- too heavy a burden on the The ordinance' concludes with Lawtey turpentine operator at Lawtey wa promised ably fulfill\ the requirements of

P 1 ttas," Mft. Lewla said,. and .It county. It is possible that Bradford the, statement ''tljlat "Any person timber and 'cattiemlLl1, nan visited by the Board of County Commla- an artillery unit., "1. have Ire-r

tftfve o'Jfcer'worms- ,.reliut .: t ";. ,..t,;'" Countv> hospital -will be a violating any *xf:tht provlslons'ofthis his 17.000-acre pasture In the ilonert aty oUr.tQ\sine'bPre.Mon( ;: quently been ,asked," be stated

ra In the"human intestinal : reality by this time next year. section la declared to be a northern end of the county to day. The money will be paid "If the Federal Government

pet Ascari* 'or round worm .... .. ----- disorderly person and shall or find mile after mile of 5-strand "when funds are'available.: ." Tile'' Army Is Interested In 'the development -

nrl or'pin worm Taenia or I) '" SURVEYORS conviction thereof be punished bj fence cut to worthless.bits. Re- board hart previously given' 'thO The answer Is yes."
fine not exceeding $200. or bj name amount toward expenses of t
and time, labor, and
ppe worm Strongyloides pairs. Including Both officers expressed! the belief -

Uurls.. The latter is found 'in: .. .. ,,, .. .. ., ..__ ,.. 'T BUSY ON STREETSStreets Imprisonment" not exceeding 90 materials have cost Mr. Edwards the platform.A that the new camp will mean
er.i and is very rare in thiretry which would otherwise days. right around 1000. committee of Law ley citizens. much to the development of
and dlffl- Arch J. Thomas, Jr.. -----. consisting of Ceo W. Roberts, T.
la Scout
exceedingly Life have been practically deserted Working: under cover of darkness Starke and thl entire area It
I to eliminate once a human latcted who applied for his rank of Eagle Thursday of last week (Thanksgiving LAWTEY VOTING and using professional wire- J. Terry, and T. T Blackburn: ap Is their understanding that around

with it. "However, thetI1kworm Scout at the meeting of the Mali Day were enlivened by a I' "ALL OVER" cutters, the guilty parties leave peared before the commissioners. $750,000 will be spent in construction

was by far the most Court of Honor In Jacksonvlllt crew of surveyors under the direction only footprints behind as possible and made the r<*que"t. and other developments j

'offlon.;' the health nurse said. recently. His application was ex of County Engineer J. M. Lawtey voters turned-..out 139 clues. Other mutters to come before of the .reservation

Hook worm Is nearly always amlned by the Court, found to I tc occurred six the board at this meeting were us of the
Edwards. Mysterious to a majority strong at the poW Tuesday The first cutting Title to ninety percent
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Jlrtracted by going barefooted i ili fulfill all requirements of this of the few observers who stirred elect city officials for the next weeks ago, while the last and follows: 27,000 acre desired for the reservation -

explained but can be had by rank, and was forwarded with ap about, the work was part of l twelve months. most extensive, took place .during James Alexander was placed on have already been secured,
tel" means, such aa biting the, I' proval to the New York Headquarters -I' the roll at $3: month. ,
a preliminary survey being made) Chief Interest was centered ID p. drizzling rain last Friday night. pauper per they stated
Scou
traalls[ or otherwise placing I I of Scouting. In connection with a hoped-for the race for city marshal In which Four miles of wire was slashed Mm. Arthur Pouglu asked for Congressman R A. Green followed

'tfigatnst the mouth any ob"fMch Thomas will again appear at the street paving project Cecil Whitehead was reelectedby ItO effectively that a crew of five an Increase In her allowance because their talks with a summaryof

may have hookworms I Main Court of Honor on Decem Fostered by the City Council a vote of 89 to 46 over his op men, working ever since Just' of the Illness of her husband the Importance of our National .

t: Ground itch is a sure sign \ ber 28 at which time he will be the proponed project <(
tkkworms are making en- awarded the rank of Eagle-th< will provide for new pavement on two vacancies Not only the owner but Indirectly per month. Army to the national defense '
contested were
floe Into the body. After the second member of Troop 70 to Also ,
two miles of city ---- -+ --
'this I approximately on the city council, with F the entire county Buffers Russell O'Berry of Brooker. met
works through the skin and reach height.Returns 4
Itra the blood stream, it circu- + .,. I streets. Also Included will be the R. Carradine (102)<< and Henry from such vandalism./ Mr. Edwards the Board and requested hospital BOARD WARNED ;
relaying of all brick streets in for hit wife who Is seriously
the high men.J.
Godwin ((95)), being expenses
with it Is landowners "YIELDING"Hariissed
the blood until one of our largest OF
I town and the widening of a block M. Reddish was third with a III and In need<< of an operation ,''I
odes the lungs, where It la Tabulated of Walnut Street Just north of its total of 46. I and pays around $1,500\ In the cuss wan referred to the of tho ':",
hed> up and swallowed thus members
intersection with Call. In Bradford
hag the stomach and then I' A. H. Harley unopposed for themayor's tuxes every! year County Nurse. county School Board this week ";
-- ,I alone. he calls at the office Several cases were brought to
Usually
Intestinal 'where it office, received a "com made public a communication Just
tract Board
win on' (hence the name) and I! By School i Market Committee Meets plimentary" vote of 103. of Tax Collector C. A. Knight: the attention of the Board much In which In received from Colin English: In ,

, Itai tucking the blood of the i I 1 The Advisory Committee of the City Clerk O. J. Phillips, nlsa and settles. his bill during November need women I of who employment are very hail. not been I which the State Superintendent of 'i
In 9 polled 99. Publlo Instruction warns against f
Uvldual Vote Canvassed unopposed
,: Bradford County State Farmers'i to take advantage of the four ufHlgned or re-assigned to work In 1 \
t very heavy Infection soon Sub School Districts to an anemic condition The following Recent Births Recorded more money than Is available. I
I I On Trustees and Millag e Monday night. said "I think I'll wait for the Rooms. The Clerk was Instruct
*from\ the lack of red blood members were present: L. L. Con- ed to communicate with the Worn- Mr. English stated:: .,.
Iii I, I Mr. and Mrs. Grafton B. Adklns,., That was all; but
[ and the results are slowness,, Official tabulation of the vot ''ner, chairman, T. K. McClune. F. November 13. three percent. ens' Work Division of the W. P. "County School Officials are .'

.i retarded growth and ananent I in the nine Special School Tax 1 I F Stump R, A. Newsom E. L. New River, girl M, It was a simple matter to put two A. and request Immediate employment constantly confronted with pressure '.

of the general health I Districts holding elections last Matthews, Clyde Kelly Levy Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius and two together and deduce the of the following; Mrs. Leila, to spend more funds than are
November
lllentality. All of .the effects' week was made by the School Norman and Jus. Rosier. Mattersof Moore Starke. girl, fact that the activities of law- Rafuse Mrs. lien Kite bliss Nellie

however, when the I'I'AaPPt'ar I Board Monday when ballot boxes Importance concerning the proposed 16. fence-cutters had madeit Silcox, Mrs. Mamie Meade,, available. Yielding to this pressure I,'
,,, breaking
.okwonn infection Is removed. were opened and the contents cooling units were discussed Mr. and Mrs. Osxle Taylor Mrs. Mary t:. King and Mrs. Mary' can only result In serlout I"

effects of the hookworm are I canvassed. I with manager J. L. Gentry. Lawtey girl, November 18. Impossible for him to settle his K. Coleman. difficulties later. It Is partlcu- ;.
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:Bd by the county nurse as being I Following are the results: i I I bill when due I Congressman R. A. Green met lady Important that the citizens. .

direct Cause ot many of the For the purpose of timber pro- the Board and urged It to sponsor I
No. 1 (Thereasu)-,\. L. Sullivan of the county recognize the limitations :if
ea In our schools. Dickory Dock tection and a desirable range for the hospital project If po -
county '
I B Hickory
d I 14, R. M. Hersey 13, T. prescribed by law. Such \
added that many mothers Hall 3. and one, his cattle Mr. Edwards has fenced sible and at the name time he out- / '
fctchool children In the counF Trlest 12, W. H. of land lying went of of the benefit recognition will ease needles I "
Clock 17.00Q acres lined some many ..
1 I each for W. S. Sibley Clyde Hall The P. O. ', .
*. Is
New The ;
,becoming hookworm con- Adam Kalch and C. Sullivan Where Highland and extending to to be derived from a countyownedand pressure on school officials. '

and are' bringing their I 10 mills 12. 3 mills' 1. I River. Ha employ a watchman operated hospital. public should know for example I ,
igdas in to the doctors to be Mlllage: Time-congcloua citizens: men accustomed were citizen to I i but It would require the eye and J. If. Saxon requested the Boardto that the County Superintendentand ,
uhed. No. 2 (Hampton)-J. W. Home and children! peered Us familiar presence that every ears of three men to protect ade-, reconsider Its action In disapproving i ':,
Although the hookworm is 38. Lynn Hall 38. T. C. Chaatali women the general delivery window I one took It for granted. like coffee I quately its 27 miles of wire. The applications for Widow'sPenilon County Hoard Members are :!
tily M. L.- Watterson 23, G. V through breakfast and never gaveIt makes Johns personally liable for any expenditures !- I "10
easy to eliminate In the 33. at the post office here this for expense of such protection submitted by Bolen !;
1iIIIan body new Infections"can' Wadsworth 22. M. C. Sweeney 21 week only to be confronted by a a thought until It, wa gone.; I lit Impractical but Mr. Edwards and H. C. Green and after due In excels of the official ,t

Contracted it was pointed out.rerrone Mlllage: 10 mills 24. :5 mills 2, B I blank expanse of wall space. The Suddenly those without watches Issued the warning that "Well be consideration the application of budget and that uchv obligation ,J

should have 'an ocea-, mill 1. ancient clock whose open and informative realized It had been their princi- watchln' for 'em If they come Bolcn Johns was approved but the cannot constitute school charge I\ .r
examination Mrs. Lewis No 3 (Starke)-S. E. Spark I face had stared back at pal source of time while those a< t 131 L. D. Green 129. C. J. Powel I for the past three decades fortunate enough to posttem a I disapproved. at all. When, such fact are recog- ,',:?

** dl i cussing the examinations 100. Mlllage: 10 mills 70. them timepiece admitted they had used The Winning NamesThe Pauper allowance and Widow'sPension nixed: the public would be lea.6 I :

** In the county schools Mrs No. S (Lawtey-Hal Edward I was gone.theft this; no radical Innovation the post office clock to check by.] allowance of Mrs. Alice likely to be interested In buying f
No
J1'* Praised the cooperation and 69. Fred Moore 51. G. W. Robert J- or rank heresy on the part When "Old Reliable" stopped i new wax figure at the Thomas was discontinued materials under uncertain conditions : ; ;l,

!tance received from most of 51. M. B. Plummer 49 T. of office employe. The ven- dead still early this. > week repair- Clar-Jenn Shoppe will henceforthbe The bill rendered by Drl!. Mid- i and from citizens I'ff'
pout pressure
* children and their parents in I Terry 33. O. J. Phillips 34. Joe I clock had at last yielded tot man J. H. Courtmanche was summoned known a* Suzanne and Sandraas dleton A. Jennings for service :
,
Mill'I I erable certain materials '
1. have
Harrell James Austin the trouble aa Felton Smith was to purchased t
tlng and treating thishrigtia 1. relentless cause of its very being diagnosed contest rendered Mr*
t the bear- the result of a naming would be decreased."I .
10. time-worn I
age: 10 mills Time. an acute case of disapproved.
-:.. No. 10 (Vanderbllt)-L. L. Ran', -Father that no one now Ings. Yes. It would be necessary recently conducted by the proprietor The proponed termite extermina am sure all school official, ,

I fro 15 Rufus Alvarez 14 Rod So long remembers ago the date the to haul It down and place It In Mrs. Jeanette Klncald. lion work on the county court aa well as various citizens of the ',. "
Church 10. Mlllage: 3 mill!I living brief period of hospltalizatlon. considered State are anxious to keep the --i
man Reddish timepiece wa* hung upon his shop for a : Mrs. R. A. Green submlted the house which was several -
p'w. W C. Burton will conduct 13. S mllla 2, other mlllage 2. large wall where it has since ticked Mrs. E. K. Per times In 'the past was postponed school program on a sound basis
names. .
ea at the Graham Christian No. 12 (New River) S. L..1 the some 950 million second Reported yesterday as "doingfine" : winning and Mrs. W. B. Sewell for the time being because and now that a system of laws U
L. Kelly 13, M. L away I ryman available for guidance, will more
Crews 13. E. the of lack of funds.
Trch Saturday beginning changed with time with the
night the you
second place
Postmasters by tied for !
R perhaps
M. Merritt 6. R. I, Co.. of St. than ever dedicate their efforts
it
: o'clock and Sunday morn- John 7. F. of national politics, but the clock of Clare and Jeans,. Ed. C. Wright
and 5. S. W. Whitehead 3. tides read this the post office suggestion: Fla.. offered 18 per- and services to the Improvementof YA
Petersburg
night beginning at 11 i Andrews clock worked 24 hours a L. A. Shepherd of the State
faithful Mrs.
.
Aleck 3, W. B. Lazenby 1 will be once again In Its accustomed 'I Continued eight) the schools.
and, 7:30o'clock respec- N. O. Moody day for Republicans and Democrats : I Farm won third prize. <(< on page .
Let's see
aely. 2.
, The public U cordially in.44 Millage: 10 mills alike. I place. go '.
" I eight))
to attend. (Continued on page

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rAGE! TWO BBADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAnKE, nolUtJ" "I

I tie Fred Johns is sick at this
lia Is more difficult to cure but NEW RIVER Durdell

Syphilis Can Be Controlled treatment will prevent the disease fly :\Ir" O. K. Crosl>yIllithday writing. We all hope he will LXpIjfl$ L

1'1 from getting any worse. soon be well again. A. A. Dun rI!. ,, :
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner tlon r'mt' I
Party office,' f",, ,
If Public Is Educated Doctor Says Education NecessaryFor Miss Betty Crosby entertained spent the week-end in Hawthorne week called .1', I< ".
Successful' Uattle '0 "f
a large number of her friends last visiting friends. to the fact I ti I'.,' ,

Treatment will cause "Syphilis Is essentially a diseaseof Aednesday night with a party. hunting week .hI' Iii'
clinical stage.
Since syphilis Is -widely prevalent most of th. Important ",1'1" ., ,
since morals and social t'aciH. ; that it was contagious and I both chancre and rash to disap- youth. Seventy-eight per cent the ocCasion being her fifteenth BOATDRAIN on their ow,, f p", ''J"'?', ,\ '0"

talus are no barrier, since so, was usually acquired through sex- pear within a few day But the of the cases are contracted before birthday anniversary. Ity Mrs. Z. Z. GrlffU elsewhere n ::1., I "oil.

many are afflicted without know. ual contact ; that it was not a patient must stick to his treatment the age of thirty. Its incidence The guests began to assemble days In this u\,, ,! \, '

disease otherwise the disease will among the higher classes Is one to about 7:30: o'clock and games Harvey Gainey of Jacksonvillewas Wednesday an 'r" '
ing it. all adults should be encouraged local but a serious general i i 1'I,", |i4y '
relapse. two per cent. In the lower class were enjoyed throughout the relatives In this den reminded! *
to have a blood, test,, which might affect nearly every visiting section -
especially: before mil rrlage, during part of the body; that It might "These first two stages are the es as high as 30 to 40 percent. An I evening. At a late hour refreshments Sunday. I

mimic other diseases average for the entire country is of hot chocolate and Lee and Leathy TRAIN 8t'n :DtLi
pregnancy, anti In III health. closely many moot dangerous as regards contagion I Gladys Starlingof
Such was the warning voiced by ; that it was extremely chronic It Is very catching dur- 8 to 10 per cent or about 10- ., marshmallows and cake and fruit Bethel were visiting Ruth Ella I trains Following is in,. schut

Dr W. E. Murphree resident physician lasting for many years and ing these stages. However, It Is 000,000 cases. About 500,000 new I were served to nearly one hundred Bowers Sunday.Mrs. Ject to arriving here dall

at the Florida State Prison often causing disability! or death, to be remembered that both these cases occur yearly. There are guests who were present. E. E. Lee and children of Southbound change without( \.n]

}Farm when he spoke before the and that it could be transmittedfrom stages can be overlooked, or not about 60,000 congenital casesyearly. I Those serving were: :':1'8. O. E. Bethel were dinner guests of Mr. No. 1 ( -

Rotary Club here recently on a parent to unborn child. happen at all although one may and 25,000: deaths of newborns I Crosby Mrs. E. A. Sapp, Misses and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday. No. 107 local) 10.

subject that up until a few years Massive experimentation carriedout still have syphilis. are attributed to congenital I. Lucile Ward and Ruth Graves. (through. ". 9
Mrs. W. K. Green and children Northbound
was never mentioned In "po on suffering human beings syphilis yearly Ten perfcent of Miss Crosby received many I lJu
ago "One of two things happen now.
the insane In our Institutions are and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlff'.s were dinner No. 2 (local)
lite with the entire medieval pharma beautiful and one departed 6
society"Recently gifts every
If treatment Is
adequate compet- guests of :Mrs. J. E. Starling of I No. 108
clue to (through ,
syphilis. _
however, doctors and copeia finally lead to the thoughtthat ently done and religiously followed at a late hour and wished Pine Level Sunday.A. Stark '. (6
I and
laymen alike have become awareof mercury could cure the dis by the patient healing takes "Thus Is seen the Importanceof Betty many more happy birthdays. '. No. 101 t\annct I B
ease. being syphilis-conscious. Everyone of New River school Griffis was visiting In leaves Starhe 7OTicn
The _
the necessity for public enlightenment place. But If no treatment was pupils a
concerning a disease that taken must be in order to adequately presented a Thanksgiving pro Gainesville Monday.Mrs. I \
I'rogrewH Start In 1003 given or or Inadequately ov "'Pun
takes an annual toll of 25,000 With Animal Kxprrimenfs performed or followed, a latent control the disease. And every gram last Wednesday evening for I L. O. Tyre of Florahome NOTH'fo"';01&' 'f\. \ IIt.1I
I
newborn babes, and is the cause "The next '400 added volume period occurs that finally results one must be convinced that it is the benefit of the school. The entertainment was visiting her parents, Mr. and That I. lJ 1'>. '. '"li.l.vOrtlflcate : ,

of ten percent of all sanity l in and brilliant years detail to these In the later stages!! of the disease. a disease, not a sin. A physician program was enjoyedby Mrs. Juhn Prevail, Sunday. 1928, No. 196 N". i \ Ido l

our Institutions today. observations but little Many Victims Unaware should be consulted early when everyone present and Doris Gladys Lee was visiting Ruth 623 of July 7 !
original there Is the slightest suspicion of made the hit of the even- Morrell August 3, to1: i i I., .VNtlflcaten
Crosby and "
must become 'syphl Margaret Mon.layafternoon led
'Everyone else. In the first decade of the or Germ In 2ml Stage In im, '
the disease. A blood test shouldbe with "You Must Have A I '"
da-conscious' If we are ever to ing plication for ?
most
present century the expert "During the latent period many done on every one before marriage Beautiful Baby." thereon In a., i I.od,
lope to control the disease, Dr. physician was In little better posi- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Grlffls were Said fertlflcat. *
persons have syphilis but do not and on pregnant women. The e"
The Rev. H. M. Tlllman of lowing ,
lurphree said and his recent talk. tion to deal with syphilis!! than his visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julius 1<0- d""l'lh.oI l i I, 'i.rh
know it. There may be no signson states of Connecticut, Illinois Jacksonville filled his regular In Ilrudford ", ,
of munitmtaflons appointment M"Certificate '
tece was only one many predecessor of 400 years ago./ He waltz last Sunday. wit: "
the outside, no inside. Michigan New
pains Hampshire, New at the Baptist Church
Indicative of a revolutonary .
could the disease when X; ,
In the attitude of 1 recognize Only the blood test will show York, Oregon and WISocnsin have here Sunday afternoon at 3 o-' l\ T...; rillCflT COIHT OP TIIKKimiTii of NRI I ", of M: ". 'I. X,
change Its manifestations were obvious that the germ Is still!! at work. laws necessitating a blood test clock. A crowd attendedthe jt'niriu, ('IHC"! .'.' ovTHIl 22 K. contalnlni., ?Tp'
the public toward this scourge. could treat It after a fashion, but large VI'ATK OK KI.OIIll. IVAM less.
Secretly the disease festers Inside!! before marriage. Such a law is service. > FOil mttltFOIIO ('( lS'I'Y "ertlti'at., ,
To Blame knew nothing of Its cause. Lack- the The IN CM M ":11lr \' ,qt..
Largely
Ignoranco body. germ Infects the pending In Kentucky Virginia Artford Brown of Sampson City NWot\ N" 1\ 1 ,
For lu PrevalenceReviewing Ing this vital bit of informationhe brain the spinal cord, the liver, Mississippi Massachusetts THIS MATTKll OP' ) f'or. Sec 21 Tn ,It 1"
Rhode was visiting here Monday.Mrs. THK ADOPTION( 0" ; ) lalnhur, 40 A, 12
the disease and Its was nearly helpless to Improve the spleen, the heart, the blood' Island, South Carolina, New Jersey O. E. Crosby and children 1.01IBV UK.NB;:. : MOYKR ) I'ertlflrat.:" ,I. "
I NOTH'KTO hutS
harmful effects from ancient methods of diagnosis or ,treatment, vessels, and other parts of the Alabama, Loulslanna and were guests of Mrs. Inez Kelly WHOM: IT MAV CONC'KHN: containing of HI3V Sec 40(' v. i I", s 1
of the Individual to ,
case or con VOlT wirL. PLEASE TAI through modern time Dr. Mur' body. North Dakota require that the and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs of and
:: That Saturday. tho
trol Its spread. on 2Jrddtiv I .
phree stated: "The third stage is a chronic one bridegroom only be certified free Sunny Brook Farm Saturday.We of December.. ; A. 1>. 19.19 at W c.'el.tlth'IlI"b'. of N":1: \ : ,| : :' ,
,
"The next nine brief years from Mnd is characterized of venereal disease 10 00 o'clock. In the forenoon or asMoon 200 ft Ser Eo''!
'It has been truly said that war by gum-like I are sorry to repoit that lit- :10'1 i 'N II
thereafter the
and syphilis are the two greatest 1903 to 1912 completely altered lesions, called gumma, anywherefn "A blood test Is a simple thlno'; 'e' heaid, the nurlerr ax >lgn; same t!. VernoitU"Kfoe may contalnlnir The aHHexKiiu I',,'.\, ,I' ',''ore,

enemies of mankind. The question this dismal situation. In 1903 the body. In a vital organ It requiring only a small amount of 111 health. I I I FeiHTuoon and wife, EdithMarvnret under the ..",il IlrJralo nid
: Kergrnunn" will present to I .
were In thi
Metchlnkoff\ and Roux showed ,
of war Is of course on every- 1' can cause death. There Is no blood taken from a vein with a "Syphilis can and does lead to I h. Honorable A. Z. Adklnn, one of wit: NOR 19;, m..?.,! Ill
one's mind at this particular time that syphilis could be given to time limit for this stage. It may minimum of pain and no after ef- poverty. steitllty. blindness and 1 lie Juilure of the above Htyledt'i.iiit. : In th. Harm .>r I h ,tn?'pre 41 I

and Is apt to remain there for chimpanzees. This opened the never happen. It Is not contagious fects. Since syphilis Is so widely death. And It Is not necessary I;I'lf"'"He. In nt the his Town office of In Stnikt: the*, Court!-'Ior-I of No.Kinlly;823 was'K u.it.'''h, "d. i?.i"' tit
I h So.
field for animal experimentation.In In this prevalent, since morals and social for It 'J.i. a petition praying for an assessed In ,
some time to come. The ultimate stage. II can be prevented. Education I 1 r .. .in'M.: ,, I Hi.I f :'
( i Ir.lnjr the llUoptlon ut KolllllNtll
1903: Schaudlnn and Hoffman
solution of the problem of war "In stage four, five years ten status are no barrier. since so is of tremedous importance I rioul( >y O"n.Iov..r: : by the said I'nlexH unit ,

will probably be left for future discovered the Splrocheta Pallida I years or even twenty to I many are afflicted ,Hhout know and as one writer says 'Any other. nun ItoHrne FernriiMon and wife, redeunied Hdeed I,
thirty
and It to be the causative .dl'l1IarKaret Ferguson and will |test, .
proved <
historians to record. With syphilis ; years later, syphilis reappears, as ing it. all adu.ts should be en contagious (disease that showed a ''h i petition the'' Court to day of DecentUnreel I

the situation Is quite different. organism In 1907 Wasserman ; heart disease, insanity, loss of couraged and urge'I to have a comparable virulence. and extent .1\li l"v.I. K,< i the name of riobliy" lena thlf j. i Ii,, ,f
done
discovered. the blood test for -I In Hobby I'er IK her A. 1) IDIfOFFICIAL
Without doubt this disease Is one : power to control the legs, blindness blood test, especially before marriage oiild cause something approaching Vernon Uoscoe KerfcuoonKdlth ( olio,
syphilis which has so greatly simplified during and In : Margaret Pergtiaon. 'lerk r>f V'i|
of the most and pregnancy a panic
Important widely
the of and other conditions. So 11.24 U 12-15 (',,unt",, 1I"n..I,'.. .. .,
prevalent diseases i affecting man problem diagnosis. well does syphilis mimic other
And In Ehrlich after six
1912 ,
the entire world. And ,
throughout diseases that even doctor '
hundred, and five unsuccessful I, a may ,' ''.4' *':
I Ignorance has played/ a major sometimes fail to suspect that disability ,00'b, .
tedious experiments. on drugs discovered .i
part in the continuance of thIs or death was caused by ,

llHeiise. The greatest single gain arsphenamlne or salvar- syphilis. Even at this late stage, CI

since United States Surgeon Gen San more commonly known as prompt treatment will stop these
606, as the first\ specific drug I AI
eral Thomas Parran declared warm
conditions, although it not
may.
available In the treatment of p
( syphilis less than three years entirely cure them.
JIg<> has been the fact that the old syphilis. These rapid fire discoveries -
without In "For the modern treatment of )
( are parallel
time tabu on calling this ,disease
the history of medicine. The 25 syphilis the attention of a compet.
by Its right name and discussing ,1
It above a whisper has been exploded. years following this second burst ent physician Is absolutely neces- I I

The 'hush-hush' attitude of speed have been spent in consolidating sary. The drugs that are used In

In rapidly being displaced by edu- the gains and in extending most cases can be given success-

cation of the people. fundamental knowledge
and Its practical ''application by fully only by injection into the
Syphilis has been known to the
Blow, cnutloua and often hesitant!! I< body. The preparation of the '
:' ,
\1'01'1'1 for centuries and has gradually -
steps. As matters stand today drugs for injection, the choice of 0
developed Increased prevalence -
these several discoveries are the suitable dosage, the manner in
and prominence while other :
background for the modern control which the drugs are to be used ; i/iIu '
Infectious diseases have gradually _
of syphilis.!! over a term of many months or ,y: i
been brought under control. We
Is classified even yea is' Is a matter for Individual iiJ
"Syphllln correctly
have known and proven ways of t? I
j ia a venereal disease the word determination in each ._,_
preventing many diseases, such as JO. _
'venereal from the Greek case. Nearly every case of syphilis I' '
coming '
.
.
typhoid dlptherla. small / .
pox .
\ be cured if treatment In. '- -- 0. Ot
can ,
ant< others. The decline In'' *jod Venus Goddess!! of Love, butit '
i'
many
.
begun early during the first six '
our death rate due to these three' I Is not always so. It may be O

disease is well kown to all. The II icqulred quite Innocently by klssng !!- months of the disease Old syphi- "er". '

J use of common towels, ,, .. I
incidence of tuberculosis has also cups I I
greatly decreased In this country II I irul slmlllar personal articles may' 'mr II
'
but due 1 be congenital, handling Infected | 0 ,
to a different kind of attack ...
that of educating the massI I material etc It is quite possible i5r&7 Z'71slAflc3.

es of the country to the problemof J.or It to have Its onset without 4 /

tuberculosis. It Is with nnimiliar ymptoms. Indeed 40 percent of ,
Its victims are unaware of Its exIstence -
attack that to ss
we hope 4 .
conquer this national health ter In their bodies. Hut syphilis 4 'Itata" / -,'

It be Is spread from person to another
mitesyphilis. can prevented ,.
and thus wiped out. by Informing and usually during sexual 0 1

everyone as to how It Is Intercourse. It Is always due to

caused, how it is spread!! l. how It the Innoculatlon with the spiro- \05'

Can be diagnosed and adequately heta. It enters the body through e1:'" I

treated. abrasions In the skin, and wherEver eF "
this point Is the Initial les- bO? J Thi model;/11111,1,"i>the Buick SurF S mtdit

Tho Name 'S>'|)'iill..' "i .
.
(ires. I'Voiii Ancient form 4 Flint Mich. ,. ,'
.organs are the most frequent loca- 4 Whit s liJfwall "a.//itiI

"The word syphilis! was coined I tion for the Initial lesion but '

1530 when an Italian doctor I'I'In I'I.ither places do occur such as the i ilip. look this smooth-stepping this Buick its buy-value
YOU is the lock front-door arm rests, gas
or monk as they were better I tongue. check or fingers. The I XL honey over,and its number of ,
very item' included
known at that time. wrote a poem ''I I germ gains access to the bloodstream ,, take so many manner tells here's in the tank lock-all things often charged

about a shepherd named Syphiliswho ; I within a few hours after.i marvelous things; for million kind you a oneinaprice that cost extra elsewhere 1 for elsewhere.

had the dlscaao: It la caused I It obtains an entrance through automobile.

by n tiny micro-organism, or I Igerm. I I he[ skin. /rltr F granted now-a-days. For instance the Flash-Way Every Buick has a Dynaflash
= The jirplanc for example You look at the advertised
called\ the Pal- prices
Spirocheta Direction
:I'omrlIUerinrd! Slimeshi '' Signal, standard on all valve-in-head straight-eight engine
lida. Splrocheta being derived HI..8. leelopiiient"Syphilis | the aUfomo.1 add something more for transmodels after
costs
( : around $10 extra micropoise-balanccd
Train the Creek meaning bile-and scricr portation and
screw' and Pullid.i: being ( 'cOl't-1. develops in four I q % Think how the I there accessories-and elsewhere even without the assembly. Everyone has two stabilizers

from the Latin meaning 'pale.' It : stages.!! In the first stage a sore V r iuaic; of electricity! you begin to go wrong! automatic cut-off. and rear coil springs that I
called chancre where .
develops a
is sometimes called\ the TreponetnaPallUla .
the Tt'E'l'onernlbelr.g tho germ enters the skin, In from hn'xel1! nude titter- I For one of the things! that give Every Buick comes to with never need lubrication.
I you
Creek for twisted thread Thisgeim I 10 days!! to three weeks. This Iy dependable-how bat
-
Is!! In truth a. pule corkscrew sore may be small pimple, a blister 5-- rates hate become I A automatic choke and an efTaAll have torque-tube drive,

or twisted thread It i N also so I or a small open ulcer There y1 cheaper and cheapen r I,.. 'A"'ny J..J k cient oil cleaner- it's surery under hood, two SayS of start
.
pale that specially lighted microscope may be several sores. This Is the while the quality of -.f, p,,.1.,". #,1 prising how often they're ing. Super and Roadmaster have
Initial lesion!! just mentioned. This A. u1 V'H .
demonstrate .. wide
la to
Its necessary Two thousand Bore will heal of Its own accord 11 service rendered has I Wn7.L -,"Met:811r: sold as "extras." front seats close to five feet
presence. Plat'
of these spirochetes laid end within a few weeks regardless of ,t--, become better in ''I1 .'"MOCIOPOISIO-DYN A"ASN "Al".M.AD IT1IAIOII'. and all models have Safety

to end would scarcely be an Inch whether It Is treated or not. Local -'I. every way 110"' IN_' OIL.1 A"INO PISTON IINOS U\T1IA.IAPIO IN ANOllT. Every Buick has dualhorns, Glass all I around.

in length. Under the microscopethey treatment does them no goodwhatever. It didn't just happen" The I!J PISTONS -CA""AL UNPII'" :; S':UNO.' IUICOII.IPI..OING"US POI dual sun visors, locks onboth the al.the-
C'ICUl.ATIOM And this is includedln
all
'
Of all
course sores are ,QlQUI.'UIi
fascinating to watch In : pUa INGTIt
are ; trained and Ut lID'
of the ftOAt.
men women .PULL
: I
front
'H' : doors -
the human body the damage they not due to syphilis. If due to AUTOMAtiCCHOIII electriclighter factory price.Why not see the nearest
.
Sunshine Service In DI"" ::.I wM.a.
t1APNT ;
- rio to human tissues Is devastatIng syphilis a competent physician organizationare I \ WAY IICOIL DII.CtlO 'Ioo'i I4 assist strapst robe Buick dealer and see how littlemoreitcostsdeliveredtoyourdoorj'

'. can demonstrate the spirochetes on the job night and day to "11 : PO"N-A' OOI ASH-.IT1IONOII NIW" OUIL' cordt glove%
'AN compartment
'The development of medical under the microscope from scrap-!! bring you better service, greater LOCKID OAI'01' fISH" _wmt IAPm "ATIWAlLTJIIIY

knowledge concerning syphilis has Ings of the sore and thus establish benefits and lower costs, GLASI AlL AICUND.y.y : ACTlOtt HANDISMI"H1ADUOHT5 T1IANS. t Si Jan ma Jilt mly

keen Illuminated by two brilliant a definite and early diagnosis. IAISSlON UNI' MAltO MAM

bursts of speed, the first and xecond The blood In this early stagela S '
.
separated by 400 years, and almost always negative. Lucky iuuAuu. S\vu* w

the second followed by thirty I lo the person who goes to the 1 I ,

years of slow crawling process. doctor at the first sore! Nearly '

I Whether syphilis first appeared In every case can be cured If treatment l
J. G. \
, Kurope in 1493 ought back by Is begun at this stage Spencer, p d '

r Columbus' sailors as an unwelcome "The second stage of the disease I I Iffi -

;r gift from the Americas. or begins three' to six weeks after' Manager 0
'
factor I the A rash may'
whether some unknown sore appears.

, caused It to break forth In wild appear on the body and may imitate -J

)I epidemic fashion coincidental with any known skin disease'I g ffi @ ? I I5M

'i; his retUrn is still a matter of debate Small white gores may appear In

to the medical historians. the mouth on the cheeks gum REGISTER MOTOR

Whichever be the case, our medical or tonsils. Small flat warts may CO.

ancestors knew nothing of It I appear on the sexual organs @ @@rn ? :

at that remote date Within a I There may be sore throat and STARKE FLORIDA

few years however the first fever or patchy loan of hair. The ,

burst of speed In bedside observation -. blood test will practically always ,'__ .,'_ __,.,,_ d' ..... _.... .

of patients bad established be positive for syphilis in this I




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':i -I I aFF Jean Davis Primpin Mammy Sez I NEW BOOKSIN Through the KeyholeThe ShortsGold SENIORS SELECT

ii sr. Oayle Bewail In I
e h The Good Old Days I
d- L If. Harper Dear B. H. S. LIBRARY DIPLOMAS
Chillun
lv.r EdII prank Robinson seniors were perfect hosts has been discovered In '
I rat' Arch Thomas Many of us have the Idea that A long week-end of 110. '
Loral Bennett In the fun- When the shelves of the B. H. and hostesses at the reception for Georgia. All that glitters is not Jack Williams (salesman '
hits 'liznbeth Plummer good old days or "horse plenty of turkey and now Thanks-
I lara :Mao Harley and buggy era," the girls either giving is over and back to school S. library were restocked at the the Alumni. And speaking of peaches from Herff-Jones Company was '(

L !! ,.bY L. M. Gaines looked like walking ghosts with again. 'Course I can hear plentyob beginning of the year with 150 seniors the sponsors took the cake A bee sting won $8,000 for a here last week to snow the Ben- .

.1 SI".'da.,,',rrY Ktilingswerthtrerlni Newt their pale lips and paler cheeks sighs about de whole thing. I new books of all types the stud- for being dignified: and weren't I man in a court suit. On a pro- lop clans what his company had In 1

all 1 ,''I t IlrP0rtee.ABrii.tty08Green.. or else they had naturally rosy Saw Everett and J. B. Meeting I ents were given the privilege of we proud of them! portional basis a dog bite shouldbe the way of those necps.\ry. '

> Barry. cheeks and rosebud lips. This de train Wednesday nlte. And'j getting from the school's own Everyone was saying how well a gold mine.Students "papers of proof"- -Diplomas.
4u : Louise may be true to a certain extent who should Mr. William had three sizes
) step off dat train but I library the latest and the pep-squad and cheer-leaclerg on
!I Lc( I i.tdlfj,' Hail Austin*. and but many of the so-called "ghosts"had a former student of B. H. S.- greatest I at ua eastern Klrls't'ollege hand the'! largest/ being about 9x ,

) lac' K methods of beautifying them- John Chalker. lIe's a student at worthwhile reading matter. did.It's time to take our hats off to are not afraid of ghosts 7, when folded book-style. Open, I

9Iu J selves other than using powder de Citadel. As usual dere were I Book reports were automatically the football boys they really they said Well that's some progress It IH 13 Inches from side to side,

j 'EDITORIALLilian! and, paint. plenty of greetings exchanged.Dat made more Interesting; stud- played] ball and we have truly en- since the Middle Ages.: about 9 Inches from top to bottom

.- Today all we modern girls haveto ents began to cock their ears ; that Is the one the seniorclass
9II show
"The Rains Came"really joyed their games this year.
I
graduated hundreds do to tint artificially our was i more closely to listen to their In 1931 Sir James Rose deter- chose having considered the I
good.
IIa'\ in the course of her cheeks and lips is to dab lipstickon i class-mates' reports) on such out- Back to some gonsip. Loral mined the location of the north smallest too small, the middle- j
IIt deft i Well de big night I spent a few days In Callahan dur-
was a huge
IIn : our lips dust powder over our j standing books as "Gone With magnetic pole at 70 degrees 5 sized one too "medium."
j beaming
4111any a par- success! )Everybody had de best usI The ing the holidays. Betty and Helen
faces and put on a little rouge. Wind "The Citadel, "The mlnutea north latitude and 90 degrees On the out-side it ta spiffy,
.
fill this yearly time and 'most 'specially de sen- were seen In Jacksonville Friday.
ii :s)eiped The modern girls of thirty years I Yearling: teachers noticed that i 43 minutes west longitude. smooth-quality leather and will
.1'' auditorium to see their lors,-boy, but dey sho did look with such material Those Brooker girls were look
i I ago had more painful methods To I good to reporton I carry out school colors by having a
( daughters get the littleI bring a healthy glow to their I sweet. And I believe dere escorts classes' came far nearer to enJoying ing mighty sweet Friday night.Wel'en't The oldest copper roof In the black binding and, red ribbon

parchment 'which signl- cheeks, they rubbed a stiff- thought so too. And Oh-those rather than mildly dreading they boys ? world 1 18 that on the Hllde helm down the middle of the Inside.

/. are leaving high school. blrstled brush briskly over their pretty yellow chrysanthemums. the monthly book reports. I Who was that cute girl Billy J. Cathedral in Germany. It was The diplomas are beautiful; the

Uudent has gone through cheeks. Another perhaps less Juniors we am naturally depending Recently the school acquiredmore dated, homecoming night? Was |I put on in 1320.Annually seniors feel comfortable satisfaction -

J painful was to the on you-all to give us a she one of Willlston's beauties? I -
racking but long walted- way pinch new books for the now-well- In their wise choice you
, ., irience of being dressed cheeks until they acquired the de- good play December 15. And I rounded Bets and Billy D. were seen to- enough soil is wash- will too when you see them! I'
j jI itlng-garb and placed on sired rosiness. The brave girls think it will be good-'cause dat I library. Among all the gether Thursday night and acting ed and! blown from the fields of

for a two-hour public then bit and chewed their lips In cute Sadie Prince is in it! latest ones acquired there are happy too.Little the United States to fill Ii trainof I -+-

'Better with two of you-should-know freight cars reaching 19 times Popcorn without hulls hall at
dat
that they never forget order to redden them. Another get busy nature Clara Mae's hair is b
,poll i very last been, The nextstep
'III of their lives. I way of tinting the lips was to wet Christmas shoppln' 'cause de which every average Americanwho becoming with the page-boy style. around the World at the Equator. Is to develop produced.corn that
red and rub it holidays am Just around de pope
crepe paper over
wishes Marian
to .
I 'cay over thirty years preserve his was very happy Monday.Of with a muted tone
There are now 337,360 IndiansIn
been such a school as the lips. corner. stomach and get wise to some of course it didn't have anythingto
tal the United States us. comparedwith .....
0111 1 High. At first the school Of course the daring flappers of Ralph Rhodes has something up the things being put over on him do with the day before. Caro-

I over where the Womari'sI / the day used bolder and more his sIeve-and I do believe thatIt today by manufacturers of foods lyn CJ. was hunting in the scrubs 260.000 in 1900. I',

i I Hands, and In its first year I noticeable paint. After "fixing" Is Georgia.I drugs, etc., might well Interest on Thanksgiving. Find your OTU'101 orMALI I n't 4

.two were graduated. Later I their faces to their liking the understand dat Margaret goes himself in: One Is "Skin Deep" turkey. Kitty? Ill.ltlFFW "' ; Tune In On Jll

u moved to Its present loca- I young ladles turned their attention for early rides in de mornin' which gives the low-down on Ida Lee entertained the Sigma O.Notice AN PR In KIT. hereby, Sheriff given of that Hradford T, A.

I First! graduate from the I to their hair. If it chancedto say seven-or Jest pick you out everything now being put out Delta Thursday night, and the I'minty. Florida, by virtue ot"

.1 itdldlng, was Mr. Archibald be naturally curly, a comb was a time. I which Is harmful to the skin what girls seem to have had a grand the Write Circuit of lOxocutlon Court of(untied.the. Klirhth nut of WRUF

Siwho Is known andy all that was needed; if the hair Saw Selma and hers truly at del j harm may be brought about and time by their talk. Judicial Circuit In end for llrml-
was otherwise an oldfashionedhand what to avoid in the of dan- ford County, Florida on the 8th
all Bradford County'sa show Sunday afternoon. | way Cleone went to Miami for day of November. I9IH!', In that certain -
I curling Iron was heated over gerous products the other. "100- 11:30 A.M.SINGING
cause wherein Truemftn Fertiliser -
Thanksgiving Marie went to .
Jenelle has been gettln' too ;
of and used to II 000,000 Guinea 1 Company, a corporation
the top a lamp Pigs, will put
a more than four much mall lately. I you Gainesville over the week-end. oricanlipil soil existing. under and 1
twist the long-suffering hair into wise to several facts concerning by virtue of the lawn of the State SAM
off until week.
of who are now Signing next
'.II some us I grotesque shapes. Anybody wanting to give away uselessness of certain products on of Florida, wan plaintiff and KH. .
\\I will step over the line -Peeper. .. Jturney, wan defendant have
de senior i
However there were some cute"hairdo's" money pleaso notify I the market, the danger of certain .levied upon the following; described ,
tope), and be in the company of those days and some class! products and the trickiness of property ulttiute. lying and being (Every Day Except Sat.
alumni It's a rare poslIn Glad to see Ralph Netties backat NOTK'I-1: or IMPLICATION KOIIT In liradford County Florida, to-
of them are even in style today.In misleading advertisements.Few .\ \ IIKKItHrnatr wit: and Sun.)
be. It I
| which to gives your
school after
again being BOOO( ( RIM No. ItliO RW of
spite of the crude and painful people riciclniilnK at corner Suction -
can eat, drink
feelingbeing so close to sick! NOTH'K IS .11 ltlolI1Y fcilVKN, 28. Township. 6 North Range
; I idea of the fence at once. methods used to produce the desired gargle and wash with perfectly That L. O. Powell holder of TaxrVrtlfliaten 22 Kant and run North on Nee-
! effects to hear mother and Dot Crosby who did I see you clear conscience after Numbered respectively, tlon line 1320 feet, thence Kant. STAKKE COCA-COLA
ems to us the most plausrMson with at de Hawaiian show Wednesday lending lea Issued' August 2 I 1037 to n point of beginning 33 feet
the seniors were Dad tell It, there were really "rav- their minds to these two books. hue .ri1.\66.\ acme In my office: Maihas i neat of the center of State' Itnad BOTTLING C0.d.atGaRwaRaLwa
why
ing beauties" In those days. night ? made application for tax deed\ No. 13, thence East: 100 feel.lhencf .
I yesterday to you former B.I And now in conclusion our to be turned\ I 1h..r Houth and parallel with
-Mary Townscnd. Held cerilfli-nlefi rt-BiifctIvcly em- State 7tn.ul' No. 13 100 feet thoncaVrfl
1.iitendera- -not because motto for de week: "Think twice Old Jokes hraceH the following .........rlh..11"'o.rllplI \ \ lots feet more or less, to a j
AM "highest" -in-- school I before speaking"! i II l In I tho County of llrailfnril point 83 tact Kant of the centeriif -
-------1 Did You Know? HtHte iif "Florida to-wlt Xtate. toad No IS, thence
I tome they're now ao near to I Lots of it, He-What do you think of the 'PI'llrkalp No. I6f, vmbraceM HK'4of North along Kant Hide of the
ai nni, it would make your I Mammy. Grand. Canyon? 1'11'4 KUj" of NW'4' of KKSi'illon % right of way of Htnte Road No. l

loirl I. February got Is name from the I, ___+__ She--Gorges! just! gorges! Range' 22 II iu: ..1.Townnhlp conlalnlnic B 60 South Acres. being 13 to the in Section point of 26 liPKlnnlnir, Township and 5 The "Write" (;gift 1!

t night was a knock-out. I' Latin word februare to purify morn or lensCertificate.. Mouth flange 22 Kant. and containing '
Meet Our SeniorsL. .
No. HIt, embrace one-fourth ((1!1) acre., moreor
.Oi-tora, Alma-Ma ter-here-I-i i(j because a great religious purification Question In Chemistry: 8\\II.' of HW 4 A Win of HIO'4 nr I less FOR ANYONKREMINGTON

.ttdtbration. ceremony was Celebrated at I If day is light HW, Section 13 Townxhlp South\ an. the property of the said K. II.Hurnoy .
H. HARPER KIIMKP 22 il.tet) coiitiilnlnir 1)0 .
that time of the year. How much does the ? ,. defendant: that on the
I ITlilt't' Acres
1 of the Tornadoes from Leslie "Honey" Harper was subway ,, more IVHN.T 4th day of H..mhrr.. A. IX 1090
I >i nHKeimment. of the Biilil proiMity | -
Answer
I : within the legal hours of sums,
were present to sit in born December 7, 1918, In the cityof under. Maid! certlflcateH No. Hill namely, h..tw..n eleven. o'clock In
Iattpra! at ,the rlp-snortln' February Is .cm .''of,tlie young- New River Florida, here in our .Two tons-upton. anti down ton. ,and! IllS( wax In the I dams of J. A. the foienoon and two, o'clock In the
iwiti. WiUlston and est months in our calendar (the / I'hn Ik ley & llrnUnless afternoon, on said day at the Kant: .
remem- Bradford I (; Bald. Certificate shall he
i other Is January) since it was not own County. Thank"jlIng/:- 'redeemed accordtnic to law Ihapre.pertiee door of the oiirthuuna: : In Htarke.Krndfoid
j wben they used to "mow 'em L. H. first entered school in I 1 County, Florida, I shall
1 included before Numa Pompllius l( Some guys givethanks for all d..rlh..d therein will ImHold offer for aisle to the highest biddur. -
In the name of Bradford. : from Lake City and then on to Palatka.| to I the highest. bidder at this for mull. In hand, the abovedaa'riIII
calendar _
Roman
changed the things dear I'ourl-hoiiim door on the I fleet Mon! .
.
r were .
probably also remem- property an the propertyof
After three months his family'
I ten to twelve months. I That make life sweet throughout cloy In the Month of January 11140 H: I':. Hurnoy now held.. mibjectto
[ I decided that Sanford would be a | which IH the IKI. day of January the lien of said judirement by
I babesin'I the year- 1MO.Dated! airs. Aliuln Louise Morrow ailmlulntratrlx .
for lit-
desirable
February suffered the loss of a I much more place j But I'll give thanks when comesto thin 27th, day of Nnv"nrber of the Estate of I>. ('.
tie L. H. to( grow up in, and Itj A I II 1H1S.KiFKiriAI. Kltilaw. ltuiiiHtMl. to satisfy italdjiMlKement I
decided
Nellnes day when Emperor Augustus pass HKAI.( ) A..1' Thomim., .
,
I all fees and
coHte.
not knowing what it I
month for himself did meet with their approval for i The four Cleik of "'lr<'l.1t Court l, MnidftirilCoiinly. A. O. ANDHRU Hlierlff llrnd
ill to name a I days I get off, from of
about, but Florida. 12-1 lit !)
vowing to do so that this month might not they lived there thirteen years. j I class. 'I 12-2 ford, County. Florida 11-10 Et 11-8
ute some day. to' Itaxter and Clayton. Clalneavllle.Fla .
Last L. H. Joined us
six year .
lack In dignity enjoyed by %. .nTIt' TO iih-.KKM: > ,:.'!' ''
J4who ever graduated from other months of the year. I finish his Junior and senior years I Cop-Were you trying to catch I I'%" TIIIi iii ir i.01 tar OK TUB I
|1 3, all present and former In his school: we count this our KH.HTII: jiiiHiti, iiiiii'' ttll \
that streetcar? foil Illl tllFOKIt ('01 NTV.ri.nitii .
I.
the football and and Sanford' great loss. I How To RelieveBronchitis Portable Typewriterfor
gain (
team February has 29 days every Sweet young thing-Oh, no. Indeed > \ IN ( IIMIIIV.Vl I
!rilllds of the school were into number Is lie is an "A" student Hiss ', '<'I or In Johnson Kilil.flalnllff. .
year (leap year) whose I was just frightening It low
< drop in at the favorite sport Is football and he AH as
reception the last I -VHChiitlcH- '
I divided by 4, excepting away from this corner .. i
.
1I&ht. All who did drop in l I year of each century which la plays quarterback position on the IefenrinnlIN .. $51'ir

"ne thing they were as when the numberof Tornadoes' team. He also likes The bravest knew T1IK: NAMhJ (IK Til 19 HTATM:
only man we ever
," leap year Bronchitis acute Is
or chronic.
an
II the basketball baseball and boxing. I III.! 'I.lInll'UJlI'WrtNIJ I
flowers in.May. i a century is divisible by 4 also I I was a chap that took a taxi to Tocimrlvx. A. hold, !, whose r''nlilviic1 inflammatory condition of the mu- Month
-. divis- When he finishes school this IH unknown cous membranes Lining:the bronchial
which are the
bankruptcy court and then, instead -
'
J excepting years I he plans to enter Stetson You Mi-f hereby .lull..1| In appear tubes. Creomulslon goes right/ to the
Whirlwind Factso'clock 'I ible by 4000 which are common I year In Deland. I of paying the fare Invited .{ rn the Mill "r ( '""'I.I"lnl| | filed neat of the trouble to loosen germ For the student or lliiHiwInriut
University herein UKAlnMt you "n ur before ,
the driver In as a creditor. laden phlegm Increase secretion and man or wooltut -
years. from the Moinl.iv the let iliiv "f Jununry. A
Good luck. Harper
I aid nature to soothe and heal
raw
.
'ClJt found the Brad- I II ltO! t"fI'fl lit no Riftnuiro
seniors of '40.Behind I II .. tender. Inflamed bronchial mucous ,
It IH further ordered that hue
Tornadoes realizing what February 11th was the birthdayof I + Sappo--How did you get that order he putillnhHil In, the Urudforil membranes.Tell your druggist to sell iiM'ful, Nat thmti. ;

|1 had been dreading all along I George Washington and that I cut on your head ? Cnuiity Teleicrnph' a nnwnpnpxrIHiMlHhed you a bottle of Crcomulolon with the i
It Feb- The Curtain In said, County "f lirail. understanding that are to like.
listed celebrate EverettMusta bit you
to we I myself. Bradford
face the reason
County
: the very lastto ford' once as 'h w..k far' four i'onKiiiitlve the way It quickly allays the coughor
be 22nd Is because our calen- Sap po.. Don't be silly how wevkN.WITNKSS .
played this year Two I ruary hand and ufrirlnlihln you are to have your money back.ICREOMULSION.
ago when they officially I dar was changed from the Julianto I By The Mouse I II could l yon bite yourself there ? -r"I. I 2'J: my duty uf ;Nn\iiniUt-. Telegraph

1 the season with Palatka's the Georgian since Washingtonwas Those Juniors surely do make a Everett Musts stood on a'' I IIIlU., !

they could still console I born. I merry party out of playpractice.You chair. t ,I'li-rk iilKKIClAI.ir.M.I'-h.ull, : !:;c.iirt. ,: 12-1 A .1 I ThoniMM 6t f2-2J' I for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis I :1n

oaelvea: I who their play December -
with the thought that ,, folks see ... -. ........ .... '
teas the Homecoming game February for 300 years came 15 won't get to see the ; .. 1W. 'TVry ,

|to be played; thank goodness. I before January. I I I "slde-showB" that go on during jfi I

last night was the show- play-practice. Hope they won't i| '* '

and they put everything From Portland Maine to Cal- ,I! try any alarming exhibits on the I III :-.,. m ?

"had<1 Into that last match. ais. Maine a distance of 200 miles ,;j Important night, don't you Ralph Wif

Were pullin' left and right I as the crow flies, is 2000 miles by R? : 1 :Z I 1
trk
them: They took a good last I coast line. I II When the director says "laugh."I'. +!<.

at the red uniforms, Ruth Simpson laughs

Was the last chance they'd Iron that has been Immersed in I I I taglous laugh, and an epidemic i t

this season. Last night's I liquid air can be crushed In the from the cast soon follows. '

'm'n' game was one of the hanQs. Since the football-minded jun-

.glacit !it occasions of the I iors will be unable to attend play '
Inbyeaslly In the Great Seal of the United practices two seniors and one i! *

States there are 13 stars. 13 sophomore are going to help us : \, *
that
be concluded
""iball I stripes 13 arrows in the eagle'stalon \ 3fi.ter'svj ?/,
like \
boys didn't feel
:cq to'o' I 13 clouds in the glory 13 out.I sure do like to hear Louise ,
the
air when they
.rlbblg letters In the motto 13 laurel glibly roll out that German accent -
lights out for the I
"* go leaves, 13 berries on the branch. when she play "Ringpongon I
;chive' this year, and that it i 13 feathers in each wing 13 feath- de noodle and knuckle -on-de- ,I

them any Joyous feel- the tail with Fritz Fritz looked -
"too> ers in nose" poor
that It's all over for
iIIIr tilDe -- a wee bit skeered. Don't blame
Mississippi deposits one Allen.
:1 The you Joe
entirely Possible'that fans million tons of sediment or Gotta stop now. Play practice'

bOdy top at the thought either. I enough material to cover one begins in a few minutes. See you oA
who has buried his head of 268
'lie square mile to a depth next week. 1

move&*fflea. and has followed feet in the Gulf of Mexico daily ----- -+-- WHAT belief gifts than th...? 'hw N i sw-1 '

IJred hu with often-worthless deep interest opin-! "sirloin"- steak originated We Wonder Why? ?. I rti Tot a student higher grade*-for a man who lilies to r T

18 The name i ; read new pleasure la hi b.lo..d book lor +
to j *- a
of
did apiece
why this or that the knighting yr4 ,
from Y+ I
:lid<
aDd looked forward to I ;of England thought was excel- so hard Monday morning? | In their homo

one with the enthusiasm of I.lent. It was originally known as Jewell R. Is so dreamy? ? I|I ,? z,. You give these, when you give Betts. Sight floor lamp
'C9Jth talking
a bone will feel as bad : Darrah J. Is always
,
Loin I tabl. lighting
'regreltul I "Sir Claudia n. can't learn Latin ? lamp or bridge lorope-exlentilla that
game-watcher can -*---- make* .eelng eailer. beep. It' another '
It
theallon'> where'syour Dorothy N. ha been so blue for ;, eye* younger. *
end. But even
lie' won't find It possible to I Juanlta-?""Aw Ralph the past few weeks? I I .a miracle mad. posilble br modern .l.etd..rrla..

.b| "1 .ly as the players do. I. Ralph heart- "Straight down my The Hampton girls are always they, cheap and dependable.
aele.! : talking about "Waldo" and i
left. FOR GIFTS SEE YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER
... Lily after today this 1 neck first turn to the "Starke" ?
about
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PA Ok. FOim I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. nt'F.
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Young Matrons Meet U D. C. Entertained Recipes Raiford Baptist \\ .

II SOCIETY and CLUBS At Home of Mrs. Canova By Four Hostesses Met Wednesday| ,,11

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Mrs.
-I-- P- -- tt- -- fll..1- # Mrs. W. L. Wall, Circles
---- --- AU9 i uuug juairun a wirtie' u& No. i .111, ,
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the Woman's Missionary Societyof Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, ZUIKB.VCK PUDDING ford Woman' MI. f''I"[ 'Ihe

Betty Jean Wade HonoreeOn Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid the Baptist Church met Mon and Mrs. J. E. Wilson were joint met Wednesday "'

Thirteenth Birthday Hostess To W. S. C. S. Entertains Bridge Club day evening at 7:30: o'clock at the hostesses Wednesday afternoon Mrs. H. L. Brownlee contributesthis Baptist Church u t'lt'h, R...
membersof week a recipe that is entirely Itl'
Betty Jean Wade. attractive Mrs. W. l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. elected president of the Woman's, Monday night when she enter- ova, Jr., with Mrs. J. C. Garneras the United Daughters : straining Love. Wllltlb,, "h
Confederacy at the home of Mrs. : Roll one package of zwiebackinto red y
Wade was the honored guest Society of Christian Service entertained tained her bridge club members co-hostess. McMurry.
St. crumbs and add tablespoon
Wall one

Tuesday night when her mother both circles at her home with a hamburger party. This attractive new home was on Cherry Mrs. J. L. Whidi..n ,
The spacious home was effec- butter and three table- ,?,ne
entertained with a lovely Informal Monday afternoon. Yellow Chrys Artistic arrangements of brightened with arrangements of Devotional service b
tively decorated with star jasmine spoons of sugar. Place in baking > !'eadln'
party at their home on Washington anthemums and potted planta I Autumn flowers were placed on Autumn flowers. 13th chapter of MatthewMrs.
red berries and other greenery pan and put in hot oven. Stir
Street in celebration of Bet- were used to advantage In the ltV the Bide tables In the living room Mrs. L. A. Canova, leader of the I D. C. Sweat,
occasion. becomes
I for the often until it ) crystalized. mission
ty Jean's thirteenth birthday an ing and dining rooms where the I j in decorating for this delightful circle, conducted the devotional. which calledto chairman, led In th.
The meeting was Make boiled custard, '"!*-
niversary. guests were seated. affair. reading as her Bible lesson, the i : a using the book, giving !
L. A. Davis
order by Mrs. ,. two of milk *? Qutlln
Artistic arrangements of Autumn Miss Olive Ray conducted the I I I The long supper table In the beautiful story of Christ's birth es newly elected president, wan open- three egg yolks cups several of the mOST
1-2 and
flowers were placed on aide program, which was opened with dining room, where the guests found in the book of St. Luke. ed with prayer by Mrs. A. M. cup sugar one tablespoon chapters Mrs Swt,t was Impo

tables in the living room. The prayer by Mrs. Pearl Simpson.j I were seated, was laid with a colored A report stating that old and Darby, followed by the reading of zwieback cornstarch.crumbs Pour (leave custard about over I ed by Mrs. L. E Wilson and a

dining table, covered with a>'handsome Mrs. A. Wood conducted the Mexican luncheon set and new contributions to Building the minutes and the treasurer's '.C. F. Hooker ot Pine
cloth and placed in the livIng spiritual life lesson and as this I I centered with a unique arrange Fund amounted to $9.50 was three tablespoons of crumbs to Circle
centered with the has been designated as "Bible: report. sprinkle over meringue). Top
room was
ment of fruit and vegetables. made. Mrs. L. F. Dinkins was Mrs. Davis appointed the following Continuing the
beautifully decorated birthday i Week," she talked on the great Long burning tapers in apple nominated chairman of the Build- committees: Hostess: Mrs. with meringue made with the subject "Constraining thought on

cake, which wan surrounded with 'value of the Bible to the individual -I candle holders balanced the central ing Fund Committee.A Hal Edwards, Miss Amelia Ray three egg whites beaten stiffly. Rev. S. .1, Morgan Love"
dainty sprays of white star Jas- and to the nation. "Nash-! piece. Gay fiesta ware and (Add a small amount of sugar to 'ntl'rtafn
I committee was appointed to and Miss Madge Middleton; Cour- listeners with a ver\
the whites before.
mJne and fern. ville, the Hub of Southern Meth- egg beating Intere
harmonizing crystal
completedthe and
plan Christmas gifts for needy Mrs. 0, L. Beasley Mrs. W. informative talk
odism," was reviewed by Mrs. J.' tesy them). Sprinkle crumbs over top
the table decorations.
bingo,
During evening
Mrs. M. B. I families E. Torode. Mrs. Louis Hill, Mrs. _nnrl_ r.1.,... In rtvan. fn b..nwn.. When.. During the noon hour J
W. White. Herlong. u -- --- -- -u n. ---
Chinese checkers and other r---- U
___ _Davis games and Mrs. Frank Robinson. Excerpts -I Immediately following supper It was announced that the Mission L. F. Chapman; Cemetery Mrs. I cool place in refrigerator until ous lunch was serveo by the t
were enfaved.n_,. MaMnrl_ ___ won the guests remained at the table bers of the
the and .; from the Missionary Bulletin -I Book will be discussed at the L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. J. M. Brown-' ready t% serve Top Individual I church.
bingo was presented
with an game appropriate prize. were given by Miss Amelia. and played several games of January meeting which will be lee, Mrs. Ettie Miner, Mrs. J. E. servings with red cherries. I Those present" K.. enjoy!
bingo. The winners were Mrs. E. Wilson and Mrs. E. S. Matthews; meeting were: Mrs J
,
who closed with Bishop held at the home of Mrs. S. P. M.
,
Ray
At a late hour Mrs. Wade, assisted Arthur J. Moore's appeal for help L. Matthews, L. D. Vining, L. A. Vandiviere. Mrs. Earl Searingwill Press, Mrs. M, F. Brown, Mrs. O. Miss Ida Lee Cone ley, Mrs. J. H. Dudley Mrs. v
by Mrs. S. R. Johns, Sr., Davis, and M. F. Brown. and Mrs. R. A. Green; Malone, Mrs. P S
Haynes,
for China's millions of innocent I act as co-hostess with Mrs.I 11. Crews, ;
and Mrs. Arthur Hall, serveda I After three progressions of Roberts; Entertains Sigma Deltas L. L. Cox, Mrs. S
men, women and children who Vandiviere. All members who Education, Mrs. George J Mar
tempting refreshment course, have been driven from their bridge Mra L. A. Davis was pre- wish to contribute to Building ]Music and entertainment, Mrs. A.I{I I I Miss Ida Lee Cone was hostess Mrs. J. L. Whiddon Mrs Di

consisting of sandwiches cake, homes. sented with a crystal vase as her Fund are asked to see Mrs. Dink-I Z. Adklns Mrs. E. K. Ferryman]I| Tuesday evening November 28, i! Sweat, Mrs. Maude Johnaon j
and hot chocolate to the follow reward for making high score for entertained Mrs. F. G. Mills. '
Ins before the business meeting on and Mrs. R. L. Cox. when she members of
ing who were invited to en- Each circle held a short business the ladles and O. L. _
guests [ -
Beasley, high .
December 18. Miss Amelia Ray made a report the Sigma Delta Club at the homeof -
Joy the evening with Betty Jean: meeting and at this time Mrs. L. scorer for the men, was given a committee, her Mrs. Marvin Miss Jeering
At the conclusion.. of the busi- on the cemetery sister, Hazen. To Speak
Davis chairman of committee
Betty Hayes, Marjorie and Ida A. set of crystal ash
trays. ness meeting Mrs. Canova and stating that the fence posts are The home was beautifully deco- At Woman's Club
Lulu Davis Freddie Improvements on the Interior of
Those
Wimberly the
present to enjoy party Mrs. Garner served a delicious refreshment here and are ready to be put up., rated with white chrysanthemumsand
Elsie Green, Sharon Hall, Garnita the church: made a report of bidson with Mrs. Klncald were: Mr and her report Miss Ray for this The Woman's Club of Stj
course. In concluding potted plants lovely
Hutto, Betty Ruth Andrews, Ruth the work and the amount of Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.L. stated that the committee had affair. will meet Wednesday aJterna

Powell, Georgia Gllpin, Evelyn money available for the work. It I). Vining. Mr. and Mrs. I... A. and that the 3:30 o'clock in the club build
Hall Knoa Leonard Peek was decided to wait until Januaryto Auxiliary To Meet $212 in the bank After a short business meetinga The
Hayes, Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward president, Mrs. K G. Dunj
cost $104.
George Flynn, Bishop Myrick, commence this work. Burns Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas The Ladles' Auxiliary of the posts fund was ably word contest was held. Miss will preside.

and Charlie Jones. During the social period the Icy Miss Abble Harley. Mrs. E. I... Presbyterian Church will meet discussed The scholarship by Mrs. J. M. Brownle, Marlon Dowling was found to have Mrs. Edward Burns, cbalrn

Joining the guests for refresh- hostess, assisted by Mrs. L. D. Matthews J. E. Wilson, W. B. Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clockat state vice-president-of district 2, the most correct words and was of Education, has charge of]

ments were Mr. and Mrs. John Green, Mrs. J. L. Anderson, and Sewell, and Mac Toffalette.I I the home of Mrs. H. H. Young. the to presented with a large stick of program and has announced tt
who encouraged 'I chapter
L. Matthews served Mrs. C. F. Ward candy as her reward. Miss Bet- Miss
Whittemore, John Atkinson and Mrs. Eugene will have Gertrude Heering of J
fund (
work for this ;
Mr. Wade. ambrosia and fruit cake. Week of Prayer> charge of the program and Mrs. Concluding the business meet- ty Green also received a stick of sonville will be the guest jp
Included E. M. Davis will lead the Devotional candy as consolation prize. Hostesses for
Mrs. Middleton's the
guests
attain
to the
All members of the Woman's,) ing Mrs. Davis delegate
Ad- services. At a late hour the hostess, assisted will be: Mrs. M. F
Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs. A. Z. Missionary Society of the Baptist General Convention held recentlyin Hazen, Mri.
klns, Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Mrs.L. by Mrs. Hazen, served her E. Middleton, Mrs John.
Church are asked to meet Mon Charleston, S. -C., gave an Interesting Ugl
I
I-w- D. Vining, Mrs. L. D. Green,, day and Tuesday afternoons and Juniors To Elect OfficersThe report on the activities guests a delicious refreshmentcourse Mrs. Fred Hazen, Mra. L.
Emma consisting of chicken sal- Brown, Mrs. T. J. ,
Mrs. A. H. Green, Mrs. Griffin, Mr
Juniors
Wednesday night to observe Weekof of the Woodman I of the convention.
Murphy Mrs. J. W. \Thite, Mrs. Prayer. The afternoon meet- Circle will meet In regular During the social hour the four ad, date bread, candy, saltines E. Knight, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, J
-I M. B. Herlong, Mrs. F. H. Long session and hot tea.Members Vonda Inman, and Mrs. Fr
Ings will begin at 3:00: o'clock hostesses served their guests
Saturday, December 9, at 2:30:
present to enjoy this Robinson.
Olson Mrs. E. K. Per-
Mrs. Titus ,
and will be held at the Church. A o'clock In the hall to elect officers tempting refreshments of sandwiches -
delightful meeting were: Misses -
ryman, Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. Pearl i Lottie Moore Christmas offering and make salted nuts, and hot tea.
p
arrangements. for a Loral Bennett, Gayle Sewell, Jean -tCtCtC 'l
Simpson, Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. will be taken at these meetings. Christmas party. Miniature bouquets of red berries ( t(
L. A. Mrs. W. G. Halle, Davis, Clara Flume, Helen andjviarion
Davis I
Hod with. dainty red ribbon and .- .. -
Mrs. L. C. Ray, Miss Kate Struth, -- -; ;' festive uowungr, netty and Carolyn -
I placed on each plate added a -
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. A. F. Carolyn Callstreet note to the refreshmentcourse. Green, and two visitors,,

Sauls. Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, Misses Marie Dyal and Margie
j
Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mrs. I. P'I Mathews.

Shepherd, Misses Olive 1 Sees All Hears All Prints All -.
Amelia Ray.Intermediates. Baptist Circles Woodman Circle MeetingThe

--A Well, well, well We finally ture Merrill McMillan! Victor Hold Meetings Monday Woodman Circle will meet
EntertainedAt finished up the turkey around at Thomas, Junior McDonnell Circles of the Woman's Mis-
and Tuesday night, December 12, in
our house It made its last Frow Strickland have sionary Society of the Baptist the r GIVE AI
also Woodman
Just...lilt broad Home of LeaderThe bene- Hall beginning at
stand Monday night in the form fitted from the Nat'l. Church met Monday afternoon at 7:30 7-1 RADIOCONCE
and happy grin Guard Camp : o'clock, Mrs. L. S. Hutto & :
Intermediate G. A's. were of "creamed turkey on toast" (nota and Air Base doings 3:00: o'clock.Circle ''
This Secretary, announced. All
man tm on .lao'. They're mem-
BOUND to win/ guests at a dinner party given by I bad disguise, at< that) Kind working in Jax now An all- No.1, Mrs. L. G. Powell, bers are urged to attend. UTS cOm. taM,\

H*'11 m..t you A.roach their leader, Mrs. T. B. Harding.Friday ,. of sad, though Parting withan Starke surveying crew leader met at the home of Mrs.C. orchestras, opera* all at I

w..Jk: to say night. I old friend Theme song for Scanning sport's( in the Fla. T. A. Knight on West Call Street, your fingertips when you

EXACTLY how-It. The hostess used attractive the week: "Twilight In Turkey"' U. Tommy Ritch pictured in where arrangements of Autumn own a rladlo. See them

got that way IHARDLDC.WALL floral arrangements in decoratingfor If Thanksgiving had been uniform with other members of flowers were placed in the living A Gift For HimOVERSTUFFED ; now.
this affair and after dinner moved back a couple of weeks Instead Lee High's football team who play and dining rooms.

the group. enjoyed playing many of UP, the ole bird would their last game this season During the business meeting I TABLE MODELS

novel games. have held out till Christmas Reason: graduation Tommy'swhat plans for Christmas and the Weekof I Automatic tuning, ull-wtue

Those present were: Sara Barefoot What a lot of visitors home for you might call "all-around" Prayer were discussed. celvers. Dynamic speaker

Muriel HaJJ Geraldine Sll- Thanksgiving And from allI He wallops a piano divinely Mrs. Knight served her guestsa CHAIR

cox. Dorothy Manning, Margueriteand hear they plan to do It againat tempting refreshment course $22.95 up

Georgia Gilpin, Shirley Col- Christmas To mention a Mrs. Hickok up from Punta during the social hour.

ley, Collette Green, Alice June few: A. E. Wall. Jr., Henry Guy, Gorda last week-end She likes Mrs. A. A. Jordan entertainedthe I With MIDGET SETS
Harding and Betty Darby of Bob Chapman, Dr. S. Sternberg, her new job as county nurse down members of Circle No. 2 at her Plenty uf tone, >'oluni and

Lake City. Ernestine (Andrews) Kelly, Pee there fine Phllllo Maniu la home at the State Farm. i OTTOMAN I lectlvity in these biff nIne

Wee and Eloise Durden and "chll fighting the girls off 'since he- became : I Mrs. A. M. Richarde led the $15.75 up

lun" Marjorie and Lillian Stump, the proud owner of that Devotional service, using as her I

GIVE YOURSELFA Lola Adklns, Hazel and Fred Guy screamlined Model A. No topic, "God's Gift of Love." Mrs. $ ][5.95 CONSOLESBeaut

CHRISTMAS PRESENT Milton and Mamie Brownlee and matter how handsome a young R. H. Cox concluded the Devotion If ul, hand-rublwd cab I 11neli

their adorable little girl, John chap is, an automobile never does with an appropriate prayer. 50c week ; -finest sets on the miu-ketj
Chalker, John Inman, Mildred him a bit of harm During the business session reports per

Doyle, J e s sl e Mae Blakely, Hint to hunters: Better go from officers and chairmenwere $40.00 up

FREE Frances Hemingway, Mignon Sl.- along with Steve Weldon some read. The report on the I 'I II

son, Harry Tiaon time Along about this time basket that was sent to a needy I The : ALSO
PavementTatter: If you're wondering of year his lunch box is usually family on Thanksgiving was also I

why all the surveying of packed with a generous portionof made. II EXPERT REPAIR WOR

-- ------- / local streets on Thanksgiving Day Mrs. W's. delicious fruit cake Offerings were received for the I JOHN H. DENMARK

-1 you'll have to ask somebody In Operator X22 reports Frank building fund and plans were MA YES

6 PIECES ROGERS SILVERWARE the know AH I could gatherwas Land rum as saying: that his favor- made for the Week of Prayer and

Enough To Set One Place that "It's definitely not for a ite columnists are Walter Wlnchell for the program meeting for De FURNITURE GO. RADIO SERVICETUXEDOP !

street car line" and Carolyn Cullstr e e t cember. I
GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY GRATIS Powell's parties (oyster roasts Thanks Frank Whatta you The next meeting will be held I

WITH EVERY $40 IN TRADE. SEE IT AT if you're a stickler for details) are want for Xmas? at the home of Mrs. R. H. Cox,

quite the talk of the town Hamburgers continue their up- with Mrs. C. J. Powell in chargeof

SMITH'S GARAGE They say he's the perfect roast ward social climb The Mon- devotional.
host Far be It from me to day night Bridge' Club munched During the social hour Mrs.

E. H. Smith Starke FJa. hint but I do love my ersters them delightedly (WITH onions) Jordan served tempting refreshments
I Dr. Brownlee's office is under when Jeanette Klncald entertained to the thirteen members

going radical changes It'll be the other night Well, if Mrs. present.

I 7-- so attractive 'twill almost be a Roosevelt can serve hot dogs to Circle No. 3 met at the country

I pleasure to be de-toothed By the King of England, there's no home of Mrs. L. U. Morgan with

the by (silly expression isn't it? reason why Emily Post shouldn't thirteen members present.

: go fPfacEj. 'With Reminds me of baby talk) I un- pitch into a couple of hamburgers The Devotional was conducted

derstand that the Doctor returned by the circle leader Mrs. H. L.

from the camDlnir trio last week Picture In, Pathn. _T,_.1....... ..rvi...... Hougrh._ Who used as hor mhfer-r
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with less clothing than he departed temore's face when I. C. tele- "Precious Promises of the Bibi ."I

: JIGGS and MAGGIE I with He was a victim of graphed cancellation of the Home- Different quotations from the

that quaint old custom having to coming game Some new rule Bible relating to this subject were

do Vf.itti hunters who shoot at about not being allowed to play read by the leader. Continuing

See the sights with the world's funniest couple and deer and miss (Too bad we more than ten games The the devotional short sentence
aren't allowed to mention shirttails Tornadoes had I prayers were offered,
only played nine opened by,
their son-in-law and daughter Lord and
Lady on the society page . Fortunately, last minute arrangements Mrs. W. B. Alexander and closed'
Worthnotten. Makes it ao hard to write items were made with Willlston -I by Mrs. S. E. Sparks. j I II

like this) . So the Homecomingcrowd I I In the absence of Mrs. E. W. I'
See Indians bears deer and wildcats I Visit the
i 'Nookie and Katie the bride Hayes '
( was not disappointed, after I secretary, Mrs. R. L !

Grand Canyon-Yosemite National Park 'and many and groom) back from their wedding I all I' Kemp read the minutes of the Made in 4 grades-16%_20%-24%,-33':
other points of interest. trip to So. Florida Very All the stores decorating for j'I previous meeting and Mrs. Rosier I

comfortably established, thank Christmas Each trying to 1 read the treasurer's report.
I you in the little white house next outdo the other to After all business was Whether or
Follow JIGGS and MAGGIE in their fun see who can disposed you have one cow
door to Demoreat's Wonderif fix up the most attractive window I I of the hostess assisted by her of the
four of the country in Katie will find room for all Just any little things you see daughter served refreshments of many, jt pays to fee J One

those lovely wedding gifts? around town will do for me I I: sandwiches, cookies and punch. :: 2 four grade of Tuxedo Dairy -ach

Overheard in a local dept. store Don't worry too much about It I The social hour was closed by of the four contains 'in proper balance
"BRINGING UP FATHER"Now "lit there something for you?" the group singing "God Be With I '
r
"There certainly is Missed out on Dr. Mlddleton's [ You Till We Meet Again." ,; the numerous Ingredient! atI

Wouldn't be here If there wasn't" red wagon ride with Marjorie ( -- cow must have for beat milk jlU

: Running in In other words she was NOT Stump furnishing the motive Starke Grove To Meet I They In con
different protein
just look In' Red Cross Roll j are
I power That's my idea of fun Starke Grove No. 278 of Florida I I fjiTuAjl
Call ended last week More Did I hear that a carload of will hold its regular meeting'' tent. Come In tomorrow and I let u*

members In Starke than ever before localltes are planning to attend Tuesday night, December 12, at LIIk.ll.lbliI. discuss which Is best for :your )'0'-

i THE ATLANTA the premier of "Gone With the 7:30: o'clock. New members will tlcular
"Kid d" Kidd has been named Wind" nee....
in Atlanta, Dec. IS: be received and officers will be
I resident engineer for the new Na- Would just love to be there but elected for 1940.

SUNDAY AMERICAN tional Guard Camp Congratulations $10 per seat 1* a little rich for S. R. JOHNS & SONSNear

lie and Bunny will the Callatreet blood -, File folders, binders receipt
1L be making their home on the So- long See'OlI in the next books, ledger
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. BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. O. L Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. Mrs.! L. R. Gainey over the week- Jacksonville; an attendance re- Mrs W. P. Randall of Jackson

Adklns and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee cord was net up there having ville was the guest Wednesdayof

...--- -- ..... .. attended the tea given by Mrs. end.Mr. been 24 members of the
-- -- -- --- h_ .. -. -.._- and Mrs Harmon Morgan Troop her parents Mr. and Mrs J.

and H. A. Lawson Miss Dorothy Johns of Mayo Is Miss Nettie Dowllng has return Addison Pound, Sr., in Gainesville spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. present for 100 per cent attend- :M. Alvarez. She was accompaniedhome

/MrsnNeaday Jacksonville.Eldrldge the guest this week of her uncle ed from Jacksonville where she Saturday afternoon. I Morgan's parents in Williston. ance during the month, giving a by Mrs. Alvarez who spenta

and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. spent several with her aunt Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Troop average attendance of 96 few days with her.
-- Smith Green. Mrs. James Godbold.days Mitts Carol White returned Mon-i, Orlando and Mrs. Lorene Stray- percent: Dues for the month total

and Mr day to Southern College at Lake- home of Wildwood spent Thanks- 100 percent; interest in the work
Jackaonvllle."TT Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova and
wednesday land, after. spending the Thanks I giving with their parents, Mr. and of the Troop Is at a 100 percent
Mrs. J. E. Powell of Callahan Is W. T. Weeks of Tampa spent. family of Gainesville were guests
giving holiday with her parents Mrs. Mann Hazen. rating; news was given at the
of the State the guest of her brotherinlawand the week-end here with his I Sunday of his mother, Mrs. E. E. )
crews Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. meeting that the lumber for the
visiting friends heremltti sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and RISiNG Huts had been ordered and was Canova.
Knight. Mrs Junius
M. Smith.
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b Christmas Photon at Hooker>> I By Mr: ,. II. II. Lewis expected to be delivered next week.
-- Bro*. Studio. This will enable the Troop to be- Any magazine of your choiceat
-- and W. P. Smith Miss Hazel Thomas of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. George Bennettof I gin actual construction on the greatly reduced price with the
and
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shaw
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p Wednesday In Jack- ville was the guest Thanksgiving Jacksonville were guests huts within the next week. The Bradford County Telegraph.Uhy .
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof children of the State Farm were
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of of Thanksgiving of Mr. and
Day Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Day banners for the month for the .
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Thomas. Mrs. Junius M. Smith. Palatka were guests Thanks-I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
different phase of the Scout pro- pay more? Christmas
giving Day of Mrs. Varnedoe's T. Conner Sunday.

if.)h. VWlmberly\ and Mrs.In Don't wait until It is, too late Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss An- parent. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. I Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis of for gram Attendance were awarded the as following follows: curds Bradford, name'County printed Telegraph.50 for 81.-

111n1ngs spent Tuesday to have those pictured made for nie Darby spent Sunday afternoonin Smith. Mrs. Varnedoe remained I Boatdraln were visiting Mr. Lewis'mother three patrols tied for l!It place

rile. Christmas, IIoo\er Bros. Studio. Jacksonville as guests of Dr. until Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Sunday. each having a 100 percent record;

and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza.Mr. Mrs. Alice Crosby of Tampawas .
the Mohican Patrol, Scout Leonard
!ai Mrs W B. Parks re- Miss Betty Darby of Lake City J. B. Mills returned Sun- visiting her mother. Mrs. M. Smith, Patrol Leader; Pan- FLORIDA THEATRE

pre Sunday after a visits was the week-end guest of her and Mrs. H. O. Lawson and day to her home In Green Cove J. Fouts, Wednesday and Thurs- ther Patrol. Scout Buck McMil GAINESVILLE FLA.Program .

-. Ga.r cousins, Misses Juanita and Sara Miss Eunice Lawson of Auburn- Springs after being at the bed- day. They were accompanied to lan. Patrol Leader; Wolf Patrol for tho week beginning

Barefoot. dale were guests Sunday of Mr. side of her grandmother the late I Palatka Friday by Mr. and Mrs. Scout Sonny Peek 1'atrol Leader; December 8, 1939

Mae Blakely of and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Mrs. L. W. Klckllter, during her W. C. Conner to spend a few days
the Church attendance banner to
e spent the week-end Mrs. T. T. Long and son, recent illness and death. with Mrs. Fouts' brotherinlawand the Mohican Patrol, Scout Leon- Kay Kyser LAST and TIMES his TODAY orchestra A

|i friends. Thomas Telfair returned Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. C. H. i sister Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Monday ard Smith, Patrol Leader; the Advancement I- Adolph Menjou
-- from St. Vincent's Hospital in Nasworthy Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Register.Mr. banner to the Mohican; In

ytc for 'The Man' for Jacksonville. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, spent Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent Sunday I and Mrs. L. L. Conner and Patrol Scout Leonard Smith, Pa- "THAT'S RIGHT YOU'RE

p Ivarez'9. Thursday in Jacksonville.Miss afternoon in Jacksonville visitingMr. son Loran, of Gum Branch were trol Leader. Reports were received WRONG"

---- Mrs P. M. Barefoot, Miss T. J. Griffin, who Is recuper- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. concerning the progress being -

Line Perry of Rome Ga. Juanita Barefoot and Miss Mar- Evelyn Stump and Miss ating at the home of his son-in-I. H. Lewis Sunday.The I made on the Totem Poles with IIOI'III.H' Saturday.....I\.rllt.Only.: I'HO<1H\M

jbowe guest of Mr. and garet Pearce spent Friday in Marjorie Stump spent Friday and law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall I the Mohican l'atrolleadlng also In Baby Sandy --- Hugh Herbert --

Jacksonville.Mr. Saturday In Orlando visiting their C. C. Mendoza. Florence Rice
|4a Anderson. of Green Cove Springs were din- this field. i
slater Miss Lillian
Stump. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. The Interest In Scouting remains "- ,: i
It. in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott had as
Scott was and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand Crosby Saturday. at n high level with the of-
attending the Mrs. T. H. Howard of Leesburgand Sunday Mrs. R. D. Proctor y
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart guests
lj Miss Elna Conner of Gum ficers of the Troop doing a fine
Eirf Mrs. Zoe McCarl. spent Thanksgiving afternoon in Mrs. William Courson of Edward and Alva Wright, of "THE \ '
Branch was the dinner guest of job of leading their several pa- .
Jacksonville. Luluton. Ga., are guests of Dr. St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
trols into worthwhile .
Miss Irene Lewis Sunday.Mr. more accom-
Mrs. A. Walters of and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Ward of Jacksonville; Mr. and l
[ ud -
I and Mrs. Newsom plishments. The same spirit of .
were guests Sunday of Mrs. R. L. Thomas left Tuesday Mrs. L. A. Wynn Mr. and Mrs. Eugene f
; Interest among the parents, Greta
and little Lucile and
,
lMr Marvin Hazen. for Jacksonville to visit her sister G. H. Bennett spent the week- L. J. Wynn of Hampton.Mrs. I daughter friends nn'lNcltlzen of our com-
Mrs. Herbert Sullivan of Ocala
end in Jacksonville as the guestof
Mrs. J. H. Howell who Is
munity Is earnestly solicited HO
Clarke of Tampa was the seriously ill. his son-in-law and daughter, J. J. Rigdon, Miss Eva spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
I that the excellent work being done
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree.Men's and J. L. W. C. Conner. "IIAKKICADK"i
I guest of his uncle and Rlgdon Gentry spent
Miss Irene Lewis is recovering by this fine group of boys may be :
Jllr.and! Mrs. L. D. Green. Mrs. L. D. Vining left Wednes- Sunday in Jacksonville as guestsof after of blood in continued. You are urged to !
a case poisoning
Pajamas.Loud or conservative -
day to visit her mother Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon. her BOOST SCOUTING In every way ..

t H. A. Bishop, Miss Har- L. Joiner who Is 111 at her homein $1.00 to $1.75.: Flan- They were accompanied home by arm. that you possibly can him help- Joan
Thomasof
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
neN Broadcloth At Alvarez',
or the holidays
who
Nina Mr. Rigdon spent -
Bilbop and Bishop Dublin, Ga. LaCrosse were visiting Mr and Ing develop among these boys a !:
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Saturday in Jacksonville. with his son and daughter- !
spirit of community loyalty and
Miss Madge Mlddleton spent the Mrs. E. C. Lewis Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch spent week-end in Jacksonville as the in-law. Misses Irene and Mildred i I cooperation in the advancement of ,(
r friend can buy anything Thanksgiving Day in Gainesvilleas the Interest of our community. t
LaCrosse
guest of her brother and sister- Thomas of spent *
Miss Edna Hutto returned to .
i give them except your guests of Mrs. Ritch's father, +
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in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mid- Thanksgiving with Miss Irene ; ;
her classes In Jacksonville Sun-
Beautiful Christ mas S. H. Demaree. Engraved sympathy acknowledgement -
it Hooter Bros. Studio. dleton. day afternoon after upending the Lewis. 1
i Mr and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of lnexlaensive-Brad-! I
Miss Sadie Gerald of Willistonwill Thanksgiving holidays here with ford County Telegraph. .
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Miss Miss LaCrosse spent Thanksgivingwith I- -----
Lorena Starling,
and L. S. IiI
her parent Mr. Mrs.
/!rain i S. A Bryan left today spend the week-end here as Mr. --- "
Carre Belle Bennett and M. C. Mrs. Thomaa' parents
Jrlilt\ with friends and relita guests of Misses Marlon and Hutto. She was accompanied to I ;
and Mrs. H. H. Lewi
Thomas spent Thanksgiving DayIn Mr. and Mrs.
Atlanta. Macon: Ogle- Helen Dowling.Mrs. Jacksonville by
Jacksonville with relatives and Huto, who spent the afternoon
in d other points In CAN D Y I
friends. JANE PARKER
L J. D. Cannon and Miss there. '
Boy ScoutsThe ,1 1Ctxoanut
Peggy Cannon of Jacksonvillehave Liberty Creamy!
LIONS USE THIS Mrs. H. A. Lawson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas :
,
been recent guests of Mrs. I OLD-FASHIONED or nl .
jtnlief! from acid-indigestion. G. L. Harrison. Agnes, Julia, and James Alton, and children M. C. Jr... Oletha, f'
and Mrs. Julia Eastman were Fronnle I ) Bon Bony! f't
and Odessa and Mrs.
I Btaa-Rex, the 4-action ant- -- regular weekly meeting of t
I powder which neutralizes Mrs. E. L. Biggs and children, visiting relatives in Lake Butler Clemons spent the week-end in Troop 70, Boy Scouts of America, Lb. 15e '"

nptls gas relieves heart- Bobble and Dottle Sue and Miss Monday. Auburndale as guests of Mrs. H. assembled In the Church School

|u4(tooths the stomach. Buy Abbie Harley spent the Thanks- O. Rivers and Mrs C. C. Johns. rooms of the First Methodist Fruit Cake
Guarnita Fay Rlgdon of Jacksonville -
-Ra. a ,50\ dose bottle for giving holidays in St. Augustine While away they also visited Church at 7:15: / o'clock Tuesday .

jit the Re'xall Drug Store with Mrs. Biggs' mother Mrs. O. spent several days here Resale Thomas who... Is employedIn I night with the Scoutmaster, the GUM; nnops
last week with her grandmother, .
fer'1 Drug Store .in Starke. J.Griffin Winter Haven I Rev. Frank Robinson, in charge. (No Anise) ,
J. and Miss Eva
Mrs. J. Rlgdon, I 1 Pound Cake 3ge
The pledge of allegiance to the
Rigdon. The Ideal Xmiui Rift Men's or
Flag and the Scout Oath and
NAT SEZ Glove Bet he nw U, H pair.All Laws, opened the meeting Chocolate Cream
: 2 Pound Cake 75e
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thomas sizes" and price at Alvarez. _
The report for November wall
Drop!
and Mrs. Albert Williams spent
A juke of long standing used by given. November being he first
Thanksgiving Day in Kingsland, Sallie Tison and Mrs. Flor-
Mrs.
many comedians ham been the one month in the new Scout year the 5 Pound Cake $1.79 Lb. 10eASP
Ga., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. rie Wills had the following as
k about the tie you got for Clulstnuta. I monthly report showed an excellent ) -
H. Horn. Thanksgiving guests: Mr. and
start toward a fine year.
Mrs. N. N. Norton of Tampa.I
Many a poor fellow had to wear During/ the month one member of
Mlss Mlna Manassa/ spent several Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Crandon of
his tie that ho got for Xmas the Troop Life Scout Arch
days last week In Jackson- Mrs. John Moseley and STORE
FOOD
whether he liked it or not. Tampa Thomas Jr., applied for the rankof I
ville as the guest of her brother- grandchildren Lindy and Ronald I
Shirk were bought without re- Eagle and this highest rank In
In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. D. Moseley of Hampton, Mrs. C. W.
gard for sleeve length, just so It Scouting will be given to him at
H. White. Johnson Miss Patricia Johnson,
was the right neck size. the December Court of Honor in '
and Joe Moseley. all of Gaines 5 25'252. ZS25Z5ZS2SZ__ ,_ e2 iSZ.SZ:
n
Not MO now, dear cTUllun. If you
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling ville.I
go to the right place to shop. I spent Thanksgiving Day In Brook- j y&g3SSSS&M&

reckon you know what I mean. er as guests) of Mr. Dowling's Among those from out-of-town

brother-in-law and slater Mr. and attending the funeral services of I : ecz1rI .

Mrs. T. D. Dyul. : the late MM. L. W. Klckliter Wed-I

nesday afternoon were: Mr. and I I

Miss Mignon Slsson of Raleigh, Mrs. J. B. Mills and daughters. I

N. C., spent the Thanksgiving Misses Dorothy and Edna Mills, j jh

holidays with her mother, Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills, all of

++ A. Weeks and Mr. Weeks at their Green Cove Springs; Mrs Barbara Hi

ad home in Brooker. Conway and daughters. '\ I
i : iHii AI t'i
and Pauline
Misses Ruby Conway i P -,
Oliver P. Hutto of Plant City I Mr. and Mrs. Victon Thomas all : Al

returned to his position there I of Jacksonville; Mra. T. E. Jo 'a' I t i* rrhi :: ai.

after spending the week-end hereas Strange of Palatka; Mr. and Mra. "

guest of hill parents, Mr. and J. E. Thomas and Mrs. Clarence I 528

/r Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Ritch of Crescent City; and Mrs. "-.

Garland Edenfield of Stuart.BIlOOKER i

Mrs. Kffie Johns M r s. Carl I i i ANY MAN WHO OWNS A CAR WILL APPRECIATE ONE OF THESEFINE

Ritch. Mrs. E. A. Winkler, and I AUTOMOTIVE UIFTS FROM THE" WESTERN; AUTO ASSOCLATE
Mba Julia Winkler visited Mrs.
Johns' niece, Mrs. F. W. Webb fly Mrs. L. L. Parker I w STORE AND KEMEMHEIt A GIFT FOR THE CAR IS A GIFT

In Hawthorne Sunday.CentaWQrd. -- I FOR THE ENTIRE; FAMILY! COME IN TODAY.
P.-T. A. HaA MeetingThe

P.-T. A. held Its regular ,I I

monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon FOG LIGHTS ', MATCHED TWIN
of last week. Only a few

members were present. The teachers HORNS

I all gave reports of work being $2.25 0
WANTED TO BUI* cows and $4.45
nil I done. Mrs. Harmon Morgan gave F Modernly dmlgnnd to conform
hogs. Market prices paid on eg
grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247 I a report on the cafeteria. It was with the latent auto model. fern l 14 An axwvMory that he'd
t I voted that the P.-T. A. give the .
Full chrome
Starke. Fla. 3-31-lyr.p plated.MAZDA always wanted-It'* the per-
teachers $1000 to buy presents IlIC't gut for the ear t td
GIFT SUGGESTIONS I for the children this Christmas. 4ft tfi'
school or college m
Any high There will be a pie supper at f XMAS

gs HANDKERCHIEFS linen, initialed .25; student would appreciate a port. I the school house December 13, 'II 15PLATEBATTERY .

Ol.F.'S HANDKERCHIEFS: or linen box $1.00 able typewriter for Christina I and a Christmas program. EVery- LIGHT OUTFIT 3 ,' '
Bradford
ROOF in Xmas box $1.00 I Easy term County 'body In invited to come. The! -
SOX-3 pairs a -
"RATTAN PAJAMAS-better than ever $1.95 I Telegraph. upper la being given by the P,-T. !1 63c to $1.49 i $5.35Here' '
'
'E I A., and the proceeds will go to'
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.R PAJAMAS FOR MEN $1.00 & $1.19 FARMS WANTED-We have several I 0 u battery with extra ; ,I Ipower
t help buy needs for the school. 0 8 \
SHIRTS-Fancy: patterns or white -- $1.00 inquiries for small farm bar- : Mrs. Myrtle Hodges of Jacksonville I MIXERS which mean a faster' ""t! yI

N's TIES-Wool and silk ____ 50c and $1.00 gains.-Wilson Realty Co. was visiting relatives here i; I Y MASTER o starting. Guaranteed 2 yearn. )'

$2.00 12-1 2t 'ji
ClIfATTAN SHIRTS-White or fancy Sunday. I
$9.15 .22 RIFLES. ;
"SOI BELTS-HICKOK TIE CHAINS $1.00 & $1.50 FOR SALE -- Two good work Mrs. G. W. Lanmore of St. up

i ; FLANNEL ROBES-A real gift ___ $4.98 mules 1930 small Chevrolet Petersburg was visiting old fl k and .410 Shotguns ;

3IEN'S ,LEATHER JACKETS-Black or brown truck and farm implements. friends here last week. She has + I

:>> Address John D. Russell, Starke been visiting in Virginia and New TOASTERS98c IRONS
GROOM SLIPPERS-all leather $1.95$2.25 ltp York and was on her way back
Route 2.
'S ALL BOOTS $4.98 home. 1 j i to $6.10BICYCLES $1.10 to $4.95
I LEATHER ? FOUND-Wednesday morning on Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Douglas of

'':1 SILK PAJAMAS-made by Manhattan $3.50 Walnut Street, keyring with 7 Lake City was visiting Mr. and I

., ''NQWEAR PURE SILK SOX-3 pairs $1.00 keys. 5 alike. Owner see Amos Mrs. Fred Hazen over the week- iI RADIOS WAGONS TRICYCLES
.
S SCARFS-always appreciated by men .49 Williams at P well's Dairy. It end. a

Owner Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and $22.95 $9.85 up $ .95 up $1.05 upI
FOUND B
IT PAYS TO BUY ATITERNBERC'f- VALUABLES family of Gainesville were the
and for ad- ,
identifying paying dinner guests of !oIl'. and Mrs. G.

Sheriff vertising A.will O. receive Andreu.same.12-8 See 4tp E. Lonnie McCauley Parker Sunday.and Mr. George I I WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STOREy r


SALE-Will sacrifice 1938 Baxter made a business trip to ;

FOR model 1 1-2 ton Ford Truck.U75.00 Jacksonville Friday. I V. S. ST. JOHN Owner

cost. See W H. Grahamat Mr. and Mra. Ab Croaby of

J. M. Alvarez Store. It Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and :&>&$ft&& 2ft & ::itC

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I I IFARMERS' SECTIONRURAL [POULTRY & EGGS I LIVE STATE NEWS I NEW ABOUT QUESTIONS SOCIAL n AND ANSWERS 0'

TO BRING LESSIN __ ------ __u__ __ I SECURITY ACTS
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1940 for
f WILL SUCCEED FATHER WANTS ANOTHER JUSTICE calculating] mUll, '..
HINTS FOR TILEIIOUSEIIOLI Carmichael Gainesville, Justice Elwyn 12 sets of questions and answers A: hen
Miss The
Chlpley,- Evelyn Insun.i,
Gainesville L, ar g e poultry most frequently a.<(ked I W' ,,,
SENSE ) was appointed County Thomas' of the Florida Supreme, celve WI
COMMON .
as a basic ,. ,
in about social ,
supplies are expected to result Judge of Washington County last Court advocates a seventh justiceto security legislation, ? ?) PI'

YEAREND ('HI CK-UP GOOD PASTRY ,' lower poultry prices for the reel week by Governor Cone. She speed up the work of the tribunal ) by R. B. Donaldson, manager of of the first $50 ,"I i I,, I1V,

Scarcely four weeks are left before I Pies and tart are among/ th ( mulnder of this year and! the first succeeds her father who died re- as well as to prevent 3-3 sonville.the Florida Set field number office nine In Jack-will ployment monthly earnings, ?, ,, ?. "red'
plus
1939 will become history and most popular of cool-weather.I| half of 1940. Egg prices becauseof cently. split decisions Addressing a I next week. average to p ant! t,
desserts. And though pie eater I + meeting of delegates of the Florida appear wage OVer tOllj,,
under heavy stocks, probably will) remain Q: Do Old-Age Insurance $250 a .and II
1940 will be getting way1t.s and tart eaters may differ radically WILL TRY IT AGAIN Bar Association here, Justice month. n, v ,tis'celve
: less favorable for the remainder amendments make any change in an
time to check up on your r when it comes to choosingfavorite I West Palm Beach-B. F. Paty, Thomas declared members of thecourt additional 1 ,
farm for this year and to get your fillings, on one point they!; of 1939 while increased West Palm Beach attorney and should number seven. the method of calculating: bene- his basic benefit for ,,1C1 Ce ye

plans in shape for the new year. all agree. That is the crust: consumer demand is expected to candidate in the last guberna-I ---A fits? which ho has earned ? least'
A: Yes. Benefits under the In covered
Experiences of 1939 both profitable should be tender and flaky. more than offset heavier production torial race, announced recentlythat HUNTING FATALITY amendments will be figured on employm

and unprofitable, should Some pie eaters like this flaky! I during 1940, says N. R. Me- he would run for the gover- Delray Beach-Reuben E. Bishop the average monthly wage of a Q: What record! ?, ,,' the'
prove quite uSf'fulln making plans crust to be fairly rich, while others norship In next year's election. 21, was fatally shot in a ployer give the w,'-k sho
with worker instead of the total
| hrbof the State
af poultryman wages that
for 1940 Where too much stres like it not so rich. Butt + hunting accident near here. Jus he has paid th. ,'ItX".
was placed on one crop and ao medium-rich pie crust will please] : Agricultural Extension Service, WATSON ANNOUNCES tice W. F. Riedel bald his Investi- he has earned.Q A: Each emplov,
: What effect will this have )f
enough on others can be deter most of the pie consumers! most:1 after studying the Poultry and Tampa, J. Tom Watson, gation showed that John Bishop, on the wage earner? more, beginning tau ,,\ t 0'1.

mined very definitely at year'send. I of the time. Egg Outlook issued this! week by Tampa attorney, announced here a nephew of the slain man, A: It will enable him to receive must give each empi.IVe a
Nothing can be done aboutthe Here is one formula for a the Federal Bureau of Agricul- last week that he will be a candidate stumbled on a palmetto bush a larger benefit than he ten statement showlns lhl|

error that was made this, medium-rich pie crust, along with I tural Economics. I for Attorney General of while aiming his fun at birds, and would have received under the of tax deducted frorr >? lx I!
year, but something can be done some general pie crust pointers.For Feed prices are expected to I II Florida subject to the Democratic part of the charge of shot struck original law. Social Security.Q .

about avoiding it in 1940. a double-crust pie, measureout range a little higher In 1940. The primaries next May. Reuben Bishop in the head Q: Will the new method of fig- : Is there any penalty

In checking over their Income 1 1.2 cups of sifted flour; I higher feed prices, together with ROAD+ uring benefits make any important I employer who refuse, ,to
and expenditures farmers will do of fat NEW : VERY FANCY PRICE: worker g
from 5 to 6 tablespoons ; larger egg production, Is likely to change in the procedure already a written statement
well to give careful consideration 3-4 to 1 teaspoon of salt; and result in a feed-egg ratio that per'-Thls city played host I Wauchula, The first box of established by the Social Security A: Yes. If an

to the things they bought for their about 2 1-2 tablespoons of cold will continue less favorably from to the ]largest number of visitorsin strawberries offered on the mar- Board for the maintenance of erately refuses u,"rapfoyer, ,
families homes and stock duringthe water. An all-purpose flour thatIs the producers' viewpoint than last its history when Highway No. ket here last week brought the wage records? ployee a written give an

year Have food and feed a blend of soft and hard-wheat year, says Mehrhof. 82, which extends from Lake Cityto grower, W. D. Bond, a crisp ten A: No. Employers will continueto ing the amount of statement H
been bought that could have been flours is better for pastry than a the Georgia line by way of dollar bill. With marks of $:Sand from his taxes deli
Commercial hatchings for 1939 send to the Collector of In- pay for Social
produced on the farm? Or could a very soft flour, because the dough Benton was dedicated December I $7.50 established at other the ) See
were about 21 percent larger than ternal Revenue their tax returns employer is habit
different kind of food or feed is easier to handle and the pastry 1. points during the week, Wauchula for
fine for
those of 1938, and 19 percent 1 along with the detailed statementof each offense
than that which was bought have Is more flaky. Lard, lard com- bidders ran the bid up to $10 fora
larger than in 1933, the previous the wages earned by each of
been produced on the farm and pound, or one of the hydrogenatedfats SUNIAY HUNTING BANNED single pint of excellent) quality
high year of record. Should com- their employees, and the Bureauof
served the purpose as good or Is commonly used In pastry; Lake Butler,-Sunday huntingwill berries.
mercial hatchings follow the same Old-Age and Survivors Insur-
perhaps better? Was too much all\ are satisfactory. be curbed In Union County.I' BUSINESSDIRECTOR
cycle or recent years, 2 years up ance will continue to record these
acreage devoted to a "cash" crop hunters that the SHRIMP SEASON STARTS
Signs warning
Mixing the pie crust takes placeIn
and 1 down, the hatchings for earnings on the Individual sheetsof
and not enough acreage and time law will be enforced were ordered. St. Augustine, The Winter
two sets. First, cut the fat
next year should be somewhat the millions of workers for
devoted to sustaining crops such in shrimping season in the Oldest
placed conspicuous places!
Into the flour and salt. Then smaller. The large hatchings this! whom accounts are established.
as home garden, vegetables, poul- throughout the City Is underway, with
add the water slowly. county by county many
will) result In heavier
year poultry Q: What Is the new formula
and fruit? These
try, pork, are Cut the fat Into the flour and and egg marketing than in 1939 commissioners.! bushels of fancy jumbo shrimp already -

some of the questions every farmer salt with a pastry cutter, a fork, for the first half of 1940, while -+ moving to northern mar- The
dri
should ask himself at the end
DEER TONGUE SHIPPED kets and shrimp dealers
predicting -
of knives work it in
a couple or during the last half of 1940 poul- d
of the year before mapping his DeLand than 163,000 another banner season for the OUR MILK'fI
lightly with the fingertips. Con- try marketings probably will be more that
program for the new year. tinue until the fat is In small smaller than a year earlier be- pounds of dried deer tongue I local industry. About 100 boats

Farmers who have kept records pieces, each coated with flour. cause of smaller hatchings next leaves were shipped from Volusla I are back in port, and crews are everyboknows
of their production, costs, receipts When the mixing looks much like spring. County during the season which reporting catches of from 100 to

and living expenses can determine coarse corn meal, begin to add ended in November County AgentF. 250 bushels.
Fall and broiler
what changes are advisable with the final ingredient, water winter production E Baetzman reports. This 1
much more ease and facility than I Both method ana amount of probably will be larger than amount of dried deer tongue is FIRE WRECKS TOWN

those who have relied wholly on water added can make or break last year's record high produc- equal to more than 1,000,000 Trenton, An early morning

their memories. They can check the pie crust. Sprinkle the wateron tion unless relative feed costs in- pounds of the green leaves. fire destroyed most of the main Seldom Equalled 1...

over these records and quickly] the flour and fat mixture a crease considerably. If produc- .- business block of this town of 1- I COCA-COLA:
tion increases, the situation is BOT. c
determine whether the year wasa little at a time. Combine each ANOTHER: FOR GOVERNOR 100 population before being Never Surpassed
to be less favorable for
success or failure for them and dampened part into dough. Then likely Bartow,-Spesaard L. Holland brought under control by fire de- WE ARE
than in the
what mistakes they have made. push this aside and add water to' producers. precedingyear. announced today that he will bea partments from three neighboring PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS

Having checked over his farm- the rest of the fat and flour) a' candidate for Governor of Flor- communities. Discovered about
ing operations for the old year; portion at a time, until the wholeis The turkey crop for 1939 numbers ida in the Democratic primary of midnight, the blaze spread quickly PETERSON'SDAIRY

the farmer will do well\ to study a stiff dough. Roll out on a almost 32 million birds, 22 next May In response to requests to six one-story brick buildings CARPENTER'S !

reports on supplies and demand lightly floured board. percent above the crop in 1938, which he said came from all) partsof which were virtually destroyedand The Rprail Store

and other factors that may Influence For some pies, the crust should] and 15: percent more than the pre- the State. Holland is a life- badly damaged two other

retUrns from his crops. be baked first-either on the Inside vious record crop of 1936. Turkey time resident of Bartow where he business places.
After doing this, he can make his I or the outside of the piepanfor prices this fall are likely to be was born in 1892.POSTMASTER NEAT APPEARANCE

plans for the new year with a about 10 minutes at 400 de- less favorable than a year ago be- .- ONE MEAL PER: DAY 1\1 e a n sOTTO

better chance of increasing his income grees Fahrenheit until lightly I cause of the heavy crop, says the KILLED Jacksonville, Dr. A. B. Mc- F. STOCK'S

and Improving his condition. brown. Fruit pies with a pre-' report. The effect of larger sup- Baldwin,-Robeit Bulthuis, 66, Creary, State health officer, Issued Dry Cleaning
Present day production and baked crust need from 25 to 30 I I I piles however, will be partly offset postmaster for nearly 20 years a statement last week saying See

minutes In a moderately hot oven by larger consumer income.Rapidly and a pioneer resident of this a big Thanksgiving dinner would CLAYTON STRICKLAND
.4Ir.I ':' .:! nnnvv inim inniii i mum,in in pi'!'nn iiniinn mnmim,i''. of
((375 to 400 degrees F.). Double- increasing use turkeys section, was instantly killed short- not hurt anyone but warning: "It
ELECTRIOlItLVG 'crust fruit pies without the Crust throughout the year I is another ly before 7 o'clock last week when isn't the stuffing people give

fly Llrenned Electrician baked first need about 25 min- factor that has tended to SUppOI.tturkey struck by a light truck while riding their stomachs one or two days a

REASONABLE PRICES I utes In a hot over ((425 degreesF. prices In recent years.! a bicycle on the Gainesville year that undermines their health, I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

Call, or write .) or a little longer if the fruit The war is not expected to in- highway, about two miles southof I but the stuffing to which they Full line of Caskets &; Undertakers Supplir
O. J I
PIiILLIPSLawtey doesn't cook tender in that time. fluence poultry and egg prices Baldwin. subject themselves every day In AMBULANCE: SERVICEDAY
Fla I Iju much within 6 to 12 months, says + the year. Far too many people AND NIGHT
uudAOx "9'iulllllllllIJ"''' ''''''iniiinn,nun' ',ami,'''',,/ "IIIIIIIIIIIIIITin i>i l the small amounts overeat. For the 134 PHONE 134
marketing methods have made it report. Only GOVERNORS CONFER<: I average person L
Cause, Discomfort necessary to keep records and to of poultry and eggs are exportedand Hollywood,-Leading a move- living the average modern seden- O. II. BENNETT Mirr.
COLDS plan carefully in order to farm any improvement will be ment for cooperation between the tary life one square meal a day is "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

For quirk relief successfully. The farmer who largely] the result of Improved Southeastern States, Governor i sufficient." I

from the miseryof 6 6 6 does not keep records! and plan is domestic demand. The report Fred P. Cone was host to gover-

colds, take 006 In as hazardous a situation as the notes that poultry and eggs reached nors of Georgia, Alabama, Miss J d
merchant who fills his shelves record prices 1 to 2 years after issippi, South Carolina and Tenn- /

Liquid Tablet Salve Nose without regard to cost and abilityto the World War. Following a essee at the fifth annual Southeastern -
Drop sell them. I flurry at the beginning of the planning conference.
II
I World War, there was no signifi- + MORE FEATURES e I

INSURE WITH cant change in poulrty and egg GOVERNOR TO DRESS UP jl
prices for about 2 years. In 1916 Jacksonville,-Governor Fred P

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE the Index of wholesale food prices Cone came to Jacksonville last

began to rise and poultry and week and bought some new

LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS egg prices followed.FLORIDA clothes. He's going up to Atlanta' 1

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Phone
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STARKE FLORIDA
GROUP Cone to see the premier of "Gone
With the Wind," and he wants to
WINS HONORSAT look his best in the presence of

FUNERAL DIRECTOR CHICAGOGainesville Clarke Gable and Vivian Leigh,
My Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render stars of the famous motion pic-

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE: -- Florl MODERATE PRICES tion to the National Club Con- Gable," the State's chief execu- ,

DeWITT C. JONES gress In Chicago this week has tive sold, "what I want to do isI .
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Starke, Florid brought honor to' the state and to dance with Miss Leigh. Mrs.'I 1 ,

..1 amply demonstrated the quality Cone wants to dance with Clarke'

._ '" of training given rural girls and Gable. That'll) be okeh by me."
: "" boys by county nnd home demonstration +
agents. It is revealed in Give .a portable typewriter for I
reports reaching the State Agri- Christum Brad ford Count> |

MEATCURING cultural Extension Service. Telegraph.
Miss Catherine Barnes of St.
Johns County was awarded a SINCE 1883 i

$400 scholarship to State Collegefor Ballard's Snow Liniment has
Women as the outstanding 4- been an inexpensive aid in relieving -I

II girl of the South in food pre- the discomforts of Muscular
Congestion that i
and The award accompanies ;
paration cookery. ,/r
Sprains, Strains, Bruises and Muscular S 9i a
was made the morning of Decem- Soreness from over-exertion R9.

ber 6 by Congress officials, who or undue exposure In 30c and
commended her for her activi- 60c bottles. ,
No increase in prices ties. Miss Barnes has been trained CARPENTER'S: DRUG STORK I

under the leadership of Miss Inn
Anna E. Heist, home agent in St. Tttm Sf. tal Dm LuM Spar''

Johns, who accompanied her to
Chicago SMWOLEsours ., EA' botl9 kno
,,, .rr sty
A Florida boy, Joe Busby of "" '' !" takes 'fine JeNW
We In I "ROYAl NIW IXCUIUVI "THI lONMST 01 THI IOT" !,I
Speciolize Sugar Lake, led the big parade of 1,500 curm" ITTUMO racuuu-ewu JHIFT hrn lrono/yJl.t.nor a/h.eY IIHI IncMs.t.w lures to make fi n curs. !
club members from 48 states rtX.I fcf 1910*M.lme.eot OH lowMl.prk. Chevrolet
through the arena of the Inter mo't' And
national Live Stock Show Mon. J only car In the loW.rfl

Cured MeatsGainesville day night. He carried the American I field that has all e fi;

flag, while an attractive = > car features plcturwont: t
young lady from Michigan, at his
side, carried the 4-H emblem.Joe left! oulel

is a member of the champion rnncrnMYBIAUUC Maw SIAUB HAM SUPtlIIUNTVALVt.1MHUD Maw FMUVBMNooin then, that it i Is also :
, Florida poultry judging team t MUM HEAMKWn INCINI IT roam selling all other new

, I of Lake County boys who won JACKSONVILLE'S for .40. E>'e it. trY I
their spurs at the State 4-H Poultry LEADING HOTEL 'UbetbO
Ice & I Show held at the Central a- .t + buy It, and convinced yoU tb,

Florida Exposition In Orlando aIra1 ; a oughly 1D
I II + a I f n" 1
I : le'.FIR.
last February. Other members J' 'Cbem>
Cold Storage Co. I of the team are Billy Lorenz and SUMMER lnriMoB.au, X..r s
i COMFORT ....4 YAIYE.IN.NEAD
Henry Swanson. They competed .km.se ..... j-n.r.
, J. L. GEORGE In the national 4-H poultry Judging mBa and Tu.Haa blwfe E.wy W4rorvutraicm I Fie It Tii.L It- Ittl..r.44 $ E AND .....d..:.. a"te"

Mgr. mad contest a creditable at tne showing.Congress and I..wm. attml.q.w s.aaIb.r..d.udl.e cswslwr.a..., II | BILL JS Q :::rtHTORODElSiEVROrEf ::_

r I Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. -- ---+---- I Ie 'J "

Any high ccbool or college COCKTAIL LOUNGE and

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, student would appreciate a port COFFEE SHOP
, able typewriter" for Christmas. C

Easy terms. Bradford County OHMfJLS, r..d$...l,
Telegraph. **!LIM-c MM_ttw.t O.s.s. I

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1 CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES j THERESSA LAWTEY I I HAMPTON Zora Grimes were shopping In

__ By Mr: .1. L. Sullivan By William (Bill) Pliunnier Ity Miss! Ada Nimmo Jacksonville Friday

-' --- Fob Chapman who is a stud-

BPTISTf JEETIIODIST PKESBVTEUIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson This Is an Identical copy of a Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsom of ent at the University In Gainesville

'' E:. Lishtfuotpaltor Rev. Frank Robinson Rev. Chas. H. Allen) "t. Murk's rknrrh Sunday School Supt of Jacksonville spent the Thanks- letted received by City Clerk O. Starke were guests of Mr. New- spent Thanksgiving with hla

f su"t.u1da' Pastor Pastor Rev. Fred Terkes. Jr. Mrs. Ira Wilson giving holidays with Mrs Tom- J. Phillips concerning the loading som's sister, Mrs. L. L. Beden- parents Mr, and Mrs. L. P
TbOII'U' E. K. Ferryman. Rector Sunday School llnson's Parents Mr, and Mrs. R.
IIchoollUnda' platform Chapman.
now being built here
Gen. Superintendentof Organist Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clockC1II.IIC1I : baugh. recently.
,school Dt Church School Mrs. E. M. Davis Miss Ella J. Sane M. Mersey. Wauchula, Florida Miss Ophelia Bryan who spent Mrs Artford Brown and Miss
t Ii A Servloeeof1 Church School Church School Supt.\ Organist OF CHIUST Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan of Nov.
Roy Mathews Mrs. II. C. Urown 29 1939 Thanksgiving with friends and relatives Kdlth Rowe of Starke were guestsof
) l1aA. lIf, 10 A. M. Harry Pickup Miami spent Thanksgiving with Mr. O. J.
Phillips.City .
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Church Services In und F.nzlWeaver Friday!
School Pastornlbl. Jasper Jennings,
d'tIon TOOaP! Morning Worship Sunday Mr. Sulllvans' Brothers. A. L.
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111. School Clerk.
: Service. 11 A. M 10 A. M. Study 2 p. m. returned last Sadie Prince
.. 10 A. M. Sunday.Mr. spent the day In
l5ervI", Morning Worship! Sermon and The Sullivan and C. Sullivan.Mr. Lawtey Florida.
Yalta r/e Evening Worship 11 A. M. Sundays __ 11 A. M. lord's Supper 3 p. m. and Mrs. Mabry of Jack- und Mrs. Audra Turner left Jacksonville. Friday with relatives
Dear
breeltngaIedRY. Service 7:30: P. M. evry Sunday Mr. Phillips:
: Prldayii __ 7.30 Mrs. Thomas who has been visiting
8:00: J.>.M. Sigma Chi 7.00: p. m., : P. M. sonville spent Thanksgiving with Thanks for this week for Cogsdale, Georgia, -
TounaPeopU's letter of the
Holy I your
Days..1ft her
A. M. daughter for several
League Meetings MIN. ALLIANCE Mrs .Mabry's father, Mr. John' where Mr. Turner has accepted a
CaneyIo1C1H. a 6:30: P. M. 27th.I position as mechanic. weeks has returned to her homeIn
PresidentThe '
MISSION IIALL Hall.Mrs. am very glad to learn that
GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Dublin, Georgia.Mrs. .
man Prayer Meeting K..v. Frank Susie Hardee has returned you are erecting Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan of
: a new platform
Wednesday 7:80: P.M Sponsors: by Robinson
home after of several Miami, who have been Bass of Avon Park Is
Mr. a visitingMr.
of Deacon.J. Mrs. F. H. tang, Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs. Vice President' stay at Lawtey and assure you that
a..f, Kick liter Organist T. Qula-ley J. T. Quigley The Rev. Leslie, weeks at Keystone Heights we will be only too glad to workat Sullivan's mother, Mrs Josephine spending several weeks with her
.. E. K. Kvanftellntlo Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer Miss Su.llvan left this week for daughter Mrs. Joe Lander.
Choir Trueteea M. Ferryman Bible Study, each each Friday and Sun- Virginia Padgett of Lake the new location. ,

..0, powell Assistant organist Tiles evening T.IIO:: day evening 7:30 The Hev Fred Yerkes Geneva attended church here You folks are indeed to be com- Providence where they will visit .

-- -- -- -- Sunday and Sunday night. mended on taking the Initiative In before returning home. SUNNY BROOK FARMly

Mrs. Josephine Sullivan spent erecting this building since It has Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and son, 1\lrs. Floyd R. Crosby

fob Jones METHODIST MISSION HALL Thanksgiving at the home of her been so badly needed for the last I Joe Wiggins, and daughter Mrs.

CHURCH NOTESA AND TABERNACLEThe son, C. Sullivan. several years. I certainly will do Geo. Williams, were shopping in Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and

Mr. and Mrs M. Z. Sullivan, my part In helping to make a 'Jacksonville last Saturday. children spent Thanksgiving DayIn

pierlts On HereUereafter large congregation assembled study of the first epistle of Mrs. C. Sullivan and Mrs. Jose- success of It. Mr. and Mrs. Peters who have Lake Butler with Mrs. Kelly's

in the First Methodist Church John was completed last Tuesday phine Sullivan! visited Gold Head Hope the weather will be favor- been for several weeks in the parents, Mr. and Mrs. A L. Drlg-
Branch State Park Friday able and that North Central Stales arrived here
will have
the Rev. Frank Robinson night at the Mission Hall This you plentyof
that knoweth to do right last pastor, study was begun last Friday night. Mr and Mra A. L. Sullivan and strawberries this Reason. this week. They lire the guests gers.Mr.. and Mrs. T. N Norman
t on Sunday morning at which son, Othma, were business visitorsto
Thanking for of Mrs. Peters' mother Mrs.
not to him, It Is sin." The children who have been at- you your splendid were guests. last Sunday of Mr.
It
joeth time the pastor administered: the tending the song rehearsals have Jacksonville Friday. cooperation and with kindest regards Nlram Wynn and Mrs J, R. Kelly and Mrs.

few people realize the truth Sacrament of the Lord's Supper been given special Bible instruction Rev. Rufus Robinson of Gainesville I am --------. ---- Beulah Kelly.

thl statement. Most people using the full ritual of the Meth- by Mra.: Thornquest. Their preached at the Baptist Yours truly UEILBRONNHy Those who were dinner guests

*of sin In the terms of doing odist Church with organ and Improved winging shows that they Church, Sunday morning and evening J. H Dulaney.H. ; Mrs. I. Ga klii" of Mr. ami Mrs. ,L.-A c< r* by

Ejhey should not do. In theyd choral have been working hard at these C. Brown is owner and op- Thanksgiving. Day were: :M"?. .aV'I
responses. A Rev. and Mrs S. V. St. John of
It Is beautiful practice hours. Mr. Cutahaw, erator of the new Gulf Service Misses Willie Mae Clemons and : Mrs. H. M. McKue, Arthur, Owen)
the average man aID duet was by Mrs. Camp Immokalee attended
A. Z. church
sung Ad- who has been visiting his son in Station recently constructed here. Amanda Mott of Drooker spent and Snooks McRae, Misses Ve,U

lie, to steal to Kill to be kins and Mrs. E. K. Perryman; Miami, was back as a visitor. here Sunday evening I Howard Minor Is seriously 111 the Thanksgiving holidays here and Odessa McRae of Pine Level,
and to Mrs. F. H. Long Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
uncleanness, presided at the Sullivan en-
of Preparation for the Christmas In a Jacksonville hospital. with their grandmother, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hall and\onHarley
other Commandments. organ and played for the service tertained at their home
,k the ; Thursday
Newsom of
program will begin Immediately. F R. Carrldlne is a dally visitor : Mary Mott. Jacksonville,
people need to realize that the choir sang the responses dur- All of the young people are urgedto night in honor of their son In Jacksonville where he Is em- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Carmichael Mr. and Mrs C. A Crosby and
|Basin to refuse to do what a ing the administration of the Sac Othma'a sixteenth bl r t h day. ,! of
children
participate.In ployed In the insurance. businexs. of Polk City and Mr. and Mrs Brooker O. M. Ben
knows to be right. Chrlst- rament. Games were played till a late of Jacksonville nett. Mr. and Mrs.
( I his first epistle John uses Miss Oleta Smith of Jacksonville Freeman Crosby Floyd Crosbyand

t M li not a negative religion." The evening service was com-: very emphatic language in de- hour when refreshments of fruit was visiting her parents here were visiting Mr. and Mrs R. L.I| children, Mrs. Beulah Kelly,

course, there are "don't but posed of congregational singing tailing the of Chris- and cake were served. Friends this weekend.Mr. Reddish and Mrs J, 1>. Cur-i Mrs Evelyn Crosby, Mr. and Mrs
obligations
,J/J'e are far more "do's" than the choir being composed of tians to God and also to one an- who gathered to help Othma celebrate I and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and mlchael Sunday.Mr. IT. U. Kelly and lion

lonU" in Christianity. Thee twenty from his birthday were: Misses Under-I Fate Drown of Plant
; young people the other. The essence of all true family of Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs Rodman City spent ;
a man knows about what Is Young People's and the Intermediate Christianity Is love "God Is Elsie Belle Geiger, Hazel, Mildred Mr. and Mrs. C. Dinkins this hlll and Ron J. R. and Mr andMts. hut week here with his mother, 1
the greater his condemna- and Elizabeth Phillips, Virginia Mr.1' Mrs. Aria Drown.
ghi, Departments; and the love," is the of the last week-end. Leumon Blackburn and
when he refuses to do what I pastor delivered a short sermon. two message of this wonderful Padgett, Anna Paul Jordan, Max- Everett Loadholtz of Jacksonville and Mrs. Vasco Underhill and I Mrs. A. H. Johns and O. M.
chapters -
A man stands outside a I The Ine and Elavee Dykes and Agnes of
Bennett Starke
right Prayer Meeting service has been baby, spent Thanksgiving were visiting
epistle. It also speaks of the visiting his mother
knowing he has In his was dispensed with for this past spirit of the Anti-Christ that is King, Henry Hardy, Jack Sullivan Mrs. D. Moxely here this week. Starke with Mr. and, Mrs nl'U"1 Mr and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Sun-

fxiet a key that unlocks that week and in its stead the Annal K. B. Swindle Eston Jordan, K. D. Rnhn Underhlll, day. ,

BIOT. He has access to the house, I Union Thanksgiving service was abroad in the world today. It J. G Holden, I). J. Phillips, Percy with his spent Thanksgiving Mr. and Mm I... M. Mtirrhee nf''IBootlley' ---_._--.--- --,,--- -
manifests Itself in the no-called parents at Ilrooker.What .
it he refuses to enter and the conducted. This and Felix Sullivan Alfred King Beach
service
was con- pent PINE LEVEL b
modernistic are all to do
attempts to deny the we going
ems come upon him In the ducted by the and the following Earl Geiger James Trlest, Cleve- giving with their Thllnkll-I
pastor
without lly Mrs. II. M. McKueMr
I truth of the Scripture, the Deityof land Neal our weekly holiday1'LONG !
and Othma Sullivan.
time. The man Is to blamer other Mr and Mrs. _
ministers dauuhter.
gilt took parton Uf"'fih.. .. 0 t'I f h
Jesus Christ and the exalta- .______ I u ur at oim tow- -
ill the harm the storms do ton the program, The Rev Mr. ---- .-- Gaskins. I and Mrs. Clifford Drowning
tion of the woild. Who Is a liar, I
: There are many people whoOW Hemingway; the Rev. Mr Tendle- but he who denies that Jesus GUM BRANCH I BRIDGE .1. I II. Johnson of Jacksonville, left Sunday for LeeHburg where lij

| the road to heaven. They! ton; the Rev. Mr. Yerkes; the Rev. Christ Is come in the flesh are lly Miss Elll II Harniigo fly :Miss Bonnie. K. Turner spent the week-end hero with they will make their home.

y fhave learned about this road Mr. Allen delivering the sermon; the words of John. One truth Mr und Mrs. J. C. Jones. I Mr. and Mrs O. W. Juckson
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and
the knees of their mothers, orJay and the Rev. Mr. Adams. John Edwin Shepherd the Mr. and Mrs Edit demons and spent Thanksgiving with Mr! and
that
ought to be Impressed on spent .
children of Pine Level visiting
may have learned about the Powell rendered a solo "Bless Christians today Is the fact that were Thanksgiving holidays. \ Ilh his children were visiting relatives In'Slurko Mrs. O. W. Moan at Sampson City, /'
Mr. J. A. und
iotd from minister of the Gospel, ings" (Curran) and Mrs. E. )K. as long as they are sought out by afternoon Harnage family grandfather, M. G. Dennis of Fl. Sunday 'I I Elder and Mrs. W. I.. Hall anJ I r

Ir from the Word of God. They Perryman presided at the organ. 1 I the world for social and economic Sunday White Mrs. Mary Kite of Jacksonville J L. Underhlll were, dinner guestsof ,
and
laowthe! road but they refuse to On next Sunday morning the favors they are not manifestingthe Mr.Jacksonville Mrs. Acres Chapmanof Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler and spent .several days here last week' Mr. und Mrs. C. ::.t, Phillips 4
the we..kend
guild U. Will men go to hell whoo I pastor will develop the service true life of Christ: The world here spent (laughters, ., Vera and Blanche, were with her son and dnughter-ln-luw Sunday.
with
not know the way to heaven ? around the theme of Universal has always hated the truth and her parents, Mr. transacting business in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kite. M,'. and Mrs. R. F. Hull of
and Mrs. J. S.
Mb not the question we are Bible Study Sunday, The evening those who live and proclaim It. Sapp. ville Saturday. Dr. and Mrs R. P. Taylor of Jacksonville and I Miss Vesta Me-
Mrs. H. Keene has returned
jtaing now. What about service will also be conducted by There Is absolutely no basis for home after the Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pi'lest of Jacksonville were visitors here Rae of Stutke spent Thanksgivinghere I'',

pfctho' know the way and re- the pastor, the Young People'sChoir companionship between the sinful spending past High Springs and Mr. and Mro. Saturday afternoon with relatives.'

f to wall' in It? If men knew will sing and Mrs. K. K. world and the child of God, if the week In Fernandina visiting Mr. Red Alvarez of Starke were Mr. and Mrs. J, L Guxklns Mr and Mrs B. M. McRne and
and Mrs. S. L. .
id will not do when they can do, Perryman will play the organ. child of God la sincerely following W, F. Lowery.Mrs. Is I ing Mr. and Mrs E. C. vi..It-1 were visiting.. friends und relatives children were visiting Mrs. W, .
Hurnage spendinga
en they must not complain Congregational singing will be a Ithe I teachings of Jesus Christ few days In Pine Level visiting Sunday. at Kootsey'a Beach Sunday. F. Harnuge In Gum Branch Sunday <
ten they turned from -- --- -- -- --
are
away feature of the service.On I Mrs. Kate Shepherd and, Miss afternoon,

:.it\ Judgement bur of God and next Wednesday evening at T.\Ul<:UN\"LfoJ Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae I Bonnie Turner were visiting relatives sir A. STATE FARM Mr, And Mm, T N, Norman anJ
i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and
cite l their places In outer dark- the 7:30: o'clock hour the regular)I' The Bible conference under the ,son Bobby were visiting Supp Mi. and I and frlen.U In Ft. White lly Ml..* rn.ntuxT: daughter Porthea were visiting i

rw where there Is weeping and mid-week prayer meeting service I leadership of Dr. V. C. Kelford of Mrs. J. S. Saturday and Sunday. nt II, M. MfRue's.<<: Sunday after*

'tiling and gnashing of teeth. will be conducted. Immediately)I I Waterloo Iowa now In progress, und Sapp at's.Sunday.Mr. T N. Norman Mr and Mrs. Hill\ Williams of Mrs. A. K. White and little son, noon. ')

following this service the members i will continue through Sunday and! daughter, DOI'(hea were visiting Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and Hilly of Jacksonville were Sunday Mr. and MI-H Pete Dyal of

The prosperity of fools shall of the Adult Division, Mrs.: night, December 10th. Many Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae Mrs S. L. Crews Sunday aftei. dinner guests of her. mother. Mrs. Sampson) City und Mr. and Mrs.

Wroy themThat is what the D. P. Carpenter Divisional Super- heard him during his series of Sunday. noon. !McClendon und brother I'uul Mc- Wlllurd Browning and I children

man said In the Book of intendent, will hold Its regular meetings at Lawtey Baptist Mr. H. )Keene and sons of Sham- Mr.. and Mrs Tom lloiljfe of "lendon. were dinner guests of Mr. and
Proverbs.
Most men want to monthly meeting in the Church Church. There will be special I rock spent the week-end here with ZephyrhlllH were visiting Mr and Mr. ami Mrs Kmnry Townsend Mrs. V. A. Browning Sunday

Ilmd feresper! but only wise men can School rooms. The Choir will groups from nearby cities) who I :Mrs.! H. KcencTypewriter Mrs. O. II. Moody Sunday of Trenton were visiting .

prosperity. When periods hold its weekly practice in the will furnish special music during The Rev. C C' Butler filled his thrlr mother und father Mr and Ordi-r now) (ClirMmn rnrd. 150

adversity{ have come to this nut Church at 8 o'clock. the conference. Dr. Kelford has I ribbon ft carbon appointment at the Christian MrM Edit; Townsand over (he for 4I I, Your assist prliiteil. Mont

E'1';, we have had some suicides, On Thursday evening at 7 o'- some very fine-. Bible cnarts and- I paper, second heet*.-Urudfnril church Saturday night and Sun. week-end iittnu-llvn. linn rver, Bradford

*>*> we have had fewer divorces. I clock all young people of the will use these to make plain the .County Telegraph. day Mrs I' r' Fnnchei, und Mrs. Pointy 'r"'lral.'h.
nmen are destroyed by prosMthan I
Scriptures. Everyone In Starke
Church, Senior-Young People'sDepal.tment
; | are destroyed by ad-I and Intermediate Department should avail himself or herself of
wij because there are more the to hear this
>
-thltn are urged to meet at opportunity ,
wise men In the world
U 1larare the Church for passage to the teacher. ,1,
thing to find a states- y
:tIII! Who monthly League Union Meeting to The services last Friday and
lime can reach the pinnacle be held In Hawthorne. This meet- Sunday night were In charge of
and sustain his Christian i
man ing will be especially interesting; Mr. Gomes who gave a study of
and Christian poise. There because of the of Miss the first epistle of John.
< presence
"
'ery few preachers who can .
---
':mi Frances Hayes, District Director
prosperity in the ministry
"tout i of Young People's work, and because BOOTSEY'S BEACH I fi t4 ..Jf
developing an ego-mania.
of the annual Chrlstma.sprogram By IUU Kffle Crawford ,
hire
t P '
ae s'
was
a one
great preacher
that will be presented.All 3 .p
!
whom God used in a marvel' 1
UI members going are requested Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and t. is
way. The man was so blessed ] q,
'f Cod that It occurred to him to take an offering of canned family of Jacksonville spent the
as food to participate in the White week-end here with friends and s
day
that he was Elijah come i II
that will be
;ock Christmas: shower relatives.
from the dead. He was a'I I
001' according to the Bible. He' conducted I I Mr. and Mrs Lester Morganand r

destroyed by prosperity. The Sunday plans for the Christmas family of Heilbronn were k y4

!anger In America Is not that we I season will be observed as follows: visiting11'. and Mrs. Joe Holmes ,

,hall have no "boom." We are in.lDger Special program offered on the here Sunday afternoon. ,,

. of the ruin that evening of the 17th; Union Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Paul trolling of

1Dt; financial pronperlty. Most j'' service, to be held in the New York were visiting/ relatives it' **; ..

want the thing they are note First Methodist Church on the in this section Friday.

to control and that is pros- I evening of the 24th; Christmas Miss Ruby Johnson of Heil I
tty. service of song to be held in the :
"What did you expect of bronn spent Saturday night here
t
-'! Church on the t r
Didn't I First Presbyterian
you think she would with Mrs Arveld Johns. | q 'y
stray afternoon of the 24th S o'clock;
She working
Just
kttmall was Midnight Christmas service to be Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan
and the tempt-
salary,
and family of Jacksonville spent
held In Saint Marks Episcopal I .
.......came That along.is what She someone sold her Church at mid-night of the 24th; the week-end here with her mothjer 4 11ey
Jean Gasklns.
Union worship service and Watch Mra. qe '
areeently about a girl In I ? nve '
.!dote life a scandal had Night Service to be held In the Mr. J. S. Rosier was a visitor eeeeiyw

'Percentage of poor girls wholto I First Baptist Church on the 31st. to Lake City Friday. |I +
.
Ylrtlln"m s 'm... f 11 "' h a.1 "ou are cordially invited frt ftt Mrs. Fisher Gaskins and child- )
u y no '''ew I I
I .ndu iit; ;; '
* servicesin
holi-
all Thanksgiving
\ tend any ren spent the
Percentage of rich girls who ; ;y qy ,k'S' M34x
* i churches. A special friends and rela g
frtuous. The percentage of the various days here with I
-ople' who are happy in homes of!I invitation Is extended to come and
,
'* rty Is fully as high as the :i worship with us at the First tives.Mr.. and Mrs. Willard Gaskin!

Outage Methodist Church on any and all the week-end in
of people who are and baby spent r Guests welcome
PW In homes of wealth. The I tat times of service. Listen to the Baker County visiting her' parents

difficult communities In j vesper service of amplified chime Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. ', e '
irk I music "each Sunday afternoon this refreshment
have ever preached have Julian Roberts of Baker County pure
11 I sa o'clock originatingIn
from 5:3O: to 6
communities there Willard
in which ]I Is visiting his sister, Mrs.
Methodist Church. i/
great the First '
a
prosperity. The greatevangellstlc Gasklns of this section.
campaigns I have i I Come and worship with us and the __A__ IDeS : e / With frosty bottles of Coca-Cola in your refriger.
r building of
conducted have been In com- help us In the SCIIEnCLE ,
nitJe that were passing !t Kingdom of Cod. You are always North Bound I ator, you are always ready to provide refreshing

Hugh periods of depression. It welcome. Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m.. 12:33: hospitality for your guests. You can get Coca-Cola

Tossu.ie for a man to prosper i -- ----- p. m., 1:30: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15 I in handy six-bottle cartons from dealer.4f .

Us- his prosperity for the' Free Movie Next WeekA p. m., 10:15: p. m. I your

"Z If' God but such a man Is South Hound .

..t-e man. But there are very I motion picture. "The Soil. Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m.. 10:20: | S +
Lowell Thomas I
.vise men In the world. Most with narrative Dy a. m., 2:20: p m. 5:20: p. m.

t art tools, and "the prosperity will be shown free to the Thursday public | Went Bound to Tmllahsum | STARKE COCA COLA BOTftlNG CO. j
house
001 1-1 destroys them." at the court 0' Leave Starke; 5:35: p. m. arrive
I 7:30 -
__. night December 14, at : :
.
local- Starke 12:35 p. m.
.fade your old typewriter In on clock. The film, sponsored deals with For free pick-up service (within -

sad new portable. Liberal ly by Brownlee Bros. of main- city limits) phone Lacy Conway -

"*: Bradford County Tele- the Boll and the problems !I i agent. r 1 1v

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EIGDT R.U'FORn COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, IIECESIBN
I

tion was sent to us this week with the request -. LETTERS TO t BIG DEMANDFOR I Republicans ANOTHER $Zao FOR

The Bradford County Telegraph that the composer's name be not dis-, SANTA CLAUSBrooker PINE TREES Groom CandidatesFor LAWTEY SHEDContinued

.tlbll..ht'd; 1877 closed. Why the author of such a beautiful EXPECTED State Jobs ( tfnta page I

thought should wish to remain anonymousis Florida cent flat for
Dec. 4, 1939 Bradford County landowners desiring Jacksonville,-Florida Republi. of rnt, 53.000
Published Weekly, on Fridays and Entered all Second beyond our power of understanding, but Dear Santa Clause trees for reforestation, cans, closing two-day executive Board.Sebring bOnd held 1 pine :
Class Matter at the font Office at Starke. Fla. we respect the wish, while taking the libertyto I am a little boy three years purposes should make their appli meeting here, announced they and the Clerk The 'rffet was

publish the message in our editorial columns old. I am a good little boy, so I cations immediately, warns District would have candidates for United I have the bonds" we, !Dstr
won't ask you much. of. States senator, governor, congressman o xrllanger
Here it is : Forester M, E. Henegar funding panda
gj I ITWFLORinAPRESS MEMBER. Please bring me a wagon, big Lake City. Reimbursement to I from the fourth district bring, '1/ 'one It ,

ASSOOATICN\) \ "As the Christmas season approaches ball, hammer, pop gun, and some farmers for tree planting possible and other state offices. Mrs. J. R. Hall .,

a different atmosphere surrounds candy. Bring my little brother a under the AAA, combined with, Miles E. Draper of Tampa received Widow's PensIon iPpl1c,
"J \j wagon, ball, bag of marbles, of stock I official to seek was red
approval
s.3ouocvtd 3lotidi us. We are inspired to do and and fruit. Thank the reduced cost planting and again disapprove
candy you very '
Florida Forest nomination for
announced by the theo Republican Lions of
E. L. Matthews __..____.r_-___ Editor and Owner give for others. Our fellowmen become much Santa. end Park Service,, promises t 'j United States senator. If he Is t Mw. Dora Mrs,Row Della Ma

our friends again. A warmth Your friend, make this a banner year for reforestation -' nominated In the May primarynext proved. Were
Dees.Brooker .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: grows in our hearts, glows in our Chester and will probably result year or automatically gets I I The following

Yearly '1.IiO; Sit: Months,, *5f 1'ayaMo In Advance smiles. We wish to spread and share Fla. In a shortage of planting the nomination through lack of a Widow's Pensions appllcat were I,
stock party opponent, he will run D. J. a \
\d".rt..ng'. Rates. on, ApplicationEurope our inner joys. Perhaps we sometimes Dec. 4. 1939 'Henegar states that the refor against the Democratic nominein e K. Sponholtz Phillips. Nettle Jon

forget the Christ whose coming us Dear Santa Claus, the general election of 194d.:" Manus Clemons, 1.1
gave I am a little 'girl almost eight estation of cut-over and abandoned Mr. Laura Moat
Is A SpendthriftWhen this happy experience, but can we, not years old and I am in the third farm lands has already proved United States Senator Charles i s applications of Mn

It Comes To liuying Misery rekindle our sacred fires at the Christ- Itself a profitable investment. O. Andrews of Orlando has announced and Mrs Neta Johnson
grade.Will Trees 6 to 10 seeks nomination for
planted only years he proved'until a
mas Light? : you please bring me a thorough I
Almost incredible was.. the estimate doll tea set, a Bible with my name ago on waste lands are showing re-election. Charles Francis Coe tlon can be made of ther
"Listen to the Christmas chimes, engraved Chinese checker board, diameters of 6 Inches and heightsof > of West Palm Beach also has announced --- '.
several days ago that the European war, a -
the beautiful music. Go to Sun- 30 feet Lands considered I he would run for' this RETURNS
your a bake set, bed room slippers, TABtl4?{
in its state of listlessness i is
even present ,
worthless have been and P.
practically nomination Governor Fred
horse. shoe and ball. BY SCHOOL
day School and Church services. Give game a large nOARD
costing: belligerents possibly $100,000,000 a Good bye.Margaret. I transformed into valuable acreage Cone said recently he was considering
of YOURSELF and you shall receive through tree planting. Once it and believed be would (Continued from i
('clay! This astounding figure represents the : \ Sue Barry. page
inspiration, joy, contentment. You'll -0.- planted the only additional care be a cadldate. No. 15 (Hellbionm _1
cash alone for it is
current outlay impos-
keep your Christmas love alive-with Hampton, Florida needed is protection from fire. John F. Walker of Daytona Clark 35 P. D Reddish, 2

t !Ible even to estimate additional costs in others." Dec. 5, 1939 One of the first to do any tree l Beach was put forward by the Republicans Gasklns 26, W f oiemon.j

losses of property, arms, and commercial Dear Santa Claus,- planting In Bradford County was i for governor of Florida. roy Norman 8, Tully NJ(

revenue.It Read this message over again. Grasp I am five years of age and I Col. D. B. Knight, who planted t Several Democrats already have Crow Jones 1. Anderion I il

the full beauty of its thought as well as of have tried to be a good little boy 10 acres in 1931 just east of announced they would seek to be 1. Millage: 10 mills 30' i
is impossible for the average readerto this year.I Brooker. Additional plantingsmade their party's nominee. No. 16 (Rising, -Lonnlr| I
the manner in which it is expressed. The ford
grasp the significance of $100,000,000 a want a train, 1great big in 1933 '34 and '39 have In John Norman of Dade Countywill 44. Tate Alvarez 43]

day. We can only idly wonder how many fact that it was written by a lay church truck, a wagon, a piano, some creased this to 85 acres. More ask the Republican nomination vln McRae 42 and one each t

member, makes it all the more impressive. picture books, a hammer and a than 260 acres on the State Prison for the office of representative Ward Herm Thom
mouths it would feed how Leon
hungry ; many Farm Conner Mlllage.
O lot of nails.Mybrother. near Ralford, were released from the fourth congressional 10 i
schools and colleges it would build in the We Want Emory wants a set in 1934. L. G. Powell has an district, Pat Cannon of Miami, a other mlllage 2.
No
More No.
course of a year; how many churches it of tools exceptionally fine 2-acre planting Democrat, now holds the office. 18 (Brooker Ralph!
Of This Particular made in 1933 about 23, Clyde Kelly 21, H.
"Safety" Please Santa Claus don't forget a mile northof B. j
would support ; how many miles of modern : my little sweetheart Martha Starke. I The Republicans, headed by National 8, J, K. Douglas s, C C.\\
it would build how Sheriffs and chiefs of Committeeman J. Leonard 6, H. L. J
tene-
highways ; many mayors, policein : Home, I think she wants a red Trees may be secured now from Hough a and ,
ments it would replace with modern housing all Florida Counties have been warned by bicycle. the nursery at Olustee. Baker I Replogle of Palm Beach, said one for R. M. Gainey, Fred'
of their chief efforts would be to and C.
facilities; how many aged it would relieve the State Safety Council against yielding to My little niece Betty Weest, County, at $1.73 per thousand or stop registration officers from mills 10.Cattlemen.A. Crosby Mig

from worry; and how many sick it would the high pressure tactics of "snow birds" will be at my home too as this is $2.35 shipped anywhere in the "trying to talk Republicans Into ...
her first Christmas, please bring State
prepaid. Orders may be "
free from pain? who arrive here winter with new ideas her voting for Democrats. Replogle
every lots of nice things. placed by writing Henegar at and State Chairman C. H. Mc-i Will J/ee
for promoting safety in the Look on the top of the Lake lo I In
That $100,000,000 a day should be used community. very City or the Tallahasseeoffice Nulty of Melbourne said the practice Panama City
i tree, Santa, I am going to leave of the Florida Forest and
for so strange a purpose as bringing more "Last year we had several groups in something there for you. I hope Park Service. i' was Illegal but had been com Davenport. The FloitdJ

misery into the world is a fantastic illustra- Florida-men who would stand on the you will like It. mon In_Florida.-..:..-.in past _i years.- Cattlemen's Association wll

tion of the old adage that "A fool and his corner with a loud speaker and bawl out With best wishes for a Merry N Y A Hal: Aided I Its annual meeting in PI
Christmas, and $3,08.2In City Taxes I City
thanking you very on January 10, accor
!
are soon parted. It is a sad com- citizens for some minor infraction of the
money
i
t kindly for anything you bring me Lawtey Program I|I Paid During November an annoucement by p E|
mentary on the human race, however, that law, causing them embarassment, and in no I am, I Hams president of the org

after two thousand years of civilization so way reducing accidents," the Safety (;oun- Your:'little Friend. I By Bill Plummer !I When city councilmen gathered tlon.
--i,1) "' Frank Brown. One of the best Federal Government -, i Tuesday night for the regular Plans for the ,I
large a portion of its members must still be cil's message states. "These men would meeting: ai
programs, is the National I "first Tuesday" meeting, they being made by !Mr' Wlllian
i placed under this classification.O call on your merchants and hold them up Dear Santa Claus: Youth Administration. Each Com-Jtound,' City Clerk Carl Johns other directors of the assnci

for two or three dollars to carry on a local I am a little boy. 8 years. old in munlty. large and small has1[I bearer of good tidings: Collections The meeting will be the fil

Tourists Will Soon Begin program which really hurt the safety cause. the third grade In school. Mrs. benefitted by the work of this j'I'! of current 1939 taxes during be held by the organlzatj
Edna Prevatt: Is my teacher. group of "Young Crusaders." 1| the month of November had totaled western FloridaBuilding
Their Annual Trek Through Starke We hope that this year you will discourageany I want you to bring me a Lone f Our own locality has seen many' $3,08:5.:52-one of the best records --- -.

Hotel of these "Snow Birds" from botheringyour Ranger cap, gun, typewriter a : improvements, heretofore almost I I since Mr. Johns became Two Hoses
predicting
men are (we hope not
merchants by having the police run Daisy Lightening Loading Cab- impossible. Many Improvements I clerk in 1932.
too optimistically) that 2,300,000 tourists them out of city." bin and a duck shooting gallery|i essential to promote public spirit I This excellent showing Is attributed John H. Denmark of Ja

will visit Florida| this winter, spending a your I /-> Specer Crews., and interest have been made. We I by officials to the fact ville, owner of the Denmark J
-
total of more than $4,000,000 daily in the f Starke was visited by one, .of these fake"safety" ; can rapidly see how the N. Y. A. I that city mlllage this' year was reduced niture Store here and lo .
outfits last winter, and there are MISS CAPY BURIED,:; should be approved of and back I from 13 to'10 on homesteads other Flori.W cities, li 'rl' ,
section of that busi/ ,
the state caters to their
i ed by all the citizens. I and from 20 to 17 on nonexempt two frame one-story bvmff
few citizens who do not remember the pain- AT KINGSLEY |: rf
factor
ness. Emphatically. i: property, Another facing east on Weller Stn
Lawtey the
A large percentage of this astoundingtotal ful experience. No one likes to be held up Miss Dora M.. Cady. 50. died on good of N. Y. A. labor sees Construction stimulating November ,collections, tween Eighth Street and r I

to public scorn and ridicule before his fel- Wednesday November 29. at the .' and general Improvement. Is the four percent discount allowed ington Avenue The houwl t''

will pass through' Starke and Bradford lowman, and that is just about all t h e"safety" winter home of her father near i carried on by this group, I on tax; payments during, Incorporate the material obii:
County by way of State Roads 13 and 28. St. Cloud. She had made her will have a marked effect on> that month. by razing a large two-story f !'

That Is the sad part-they will PASS program amounted to. The con- home In Atlanta, Ga.. for a number I :buslnexa. In no other way could j' Three percent discount Is allowed Mr. Denmark owned In Rai t
fusion and embarassment resulting from of and 'the during December, and City .
THROUGH. It will not years was born In Bar- town obtain a shipping wharf I Ian,1
the t
require fingersof
such public scolding is more apt to cause a nard Vt., February 21 1889. She;, i! cafeteria. Clerk Johns hopes he will have OARI OF THANKS
even one hand to count those who will served with the navy nursing The another good report for council We wish to express our apl
flustered driver to pull another boner than i cafeteria was constructed
stop here longer than is necessary to purchase corps during the war and later I by N. Y. A. and Is maintained at members when they meet here on atlon for the words of sym|
to impress him with worthwhile object January 2. kindnesses
any wan stationed at various I and the many
'' a tank of gasoline or a barbecue sand- government i a minimum cost. This building I
lesson in --- to during our recent beij:
safety.If hospitals in of us
wich. many parts |I''does credit to the campus, aside
the country. She was rehabilitated from South Gets Toe Hold ment, also for the beautiful
the so-called "Snow Birds" arrive affording shelter and sub-
We in this part of the state have accepted as a disabled veteran and retired -I[ :stantlal food to fully two-thirds' On Lower BatesWashingtonThe ers received.
here again this winter, we hope city officialswill Mr and Mrs Geo WstepchUdrpn Th trom active duty an chief .of '
[ the
school
it as an unwritten law that the Flor j I. pupils. The
follow the advice of the Safety Council accountant at Base Hospital No. I 1 the i best It Is prepared and balt I t South won and grandchlldrl
ida-bound tourist is heading straight for 48 In Atlanta Ga. an Important freight rate I Mrs. Maria L, Kickliter.
anced victory
and escort them to the city limits. by a supervisor and I
N. :
YI I _.. _
Miami and that 4. ....
nothing short of a hurricaneor 0 sainm <,;uuy is survived oy her I A workers. Each child gets a'', .u" "'" LII" u..n.Llue \.iom-I :NOTH-K OF .:jed!""" <"
a tidal wave can stop him. It might be patents, C. N,:: Cady, St. Cloud, full meal for five cents. In cold: merce Commission ruled Bv the powe: <.. rurtinccallefandeleotI.r in ,
,
mot
true that the average tourist is thoroughly Farmers May Be Helped- and Mrs. F. B. Cady, Starke, four weather the food Is hot and I' rates on certain manufactured and flog rd of IMtll H'\'"hei'4on, ;h
By Pamphlets On Cooperation sisters Mrs. Frank Foster, Hartford nourishing. Better quality work'processed goods from the South IL' ,, ,
Miami-conscious but it is also I January 9, 1940 II KUeden'n
true that should be
Conn.; Miss Beatrice Cady, and quicker response from thai I substantially the same filling "I1"1 *' Cra t\
many an ardent Pilgrim has been swerved Successful farming today requires a Jacksonville,; Miss Flora Cady, student body can be expected. All rate level as within the North. Hperlal Tax School District' to
Florida
thorough knowledge OKando:: and Miss Beverley our educational Rates on the articles InvolvedIn Bradford: County, < 1 'II''
from his true course by an attractive vista kof marketing. Realiz-- ; Cady facilities can easily of "e
Sturke; and one brother, Paul R be kept to normal with the proceeding now range from and flxlrut the rmlhlnae 8'"ri
ing this the aid
that looms in his many progressive farmers of a For the "
unexpectedly In gen- ?
path. about 105 ruing two yuan< ,.
to 160
Cady, Hartford, Conn. of N. Y. A. work. Even within per cent of the "aid Utlun
of holding
other words, a worthwhile number from eration ago organized marketing cooperatives Funeral services were held Fri-I the school work Is being carried(!: comparable rates within the Ing- are named a. Ab.rnalb'," "aiRenn, I

that 2,300,000 would stop in Starke if our whose main objective is to see that day afternoon at 3 ,o'clock from!Ion by N. Y. A. school students. North. 1Javl.McKlnney., and U.l Frank. "> W.rt.n tier

town were made appealing enough to the eye member growers receive a fair price for the DeWItt C. Jones funeral par-';"Their work consists of keeping i While the decision covered onlya A ieecretarBLWAKEtYOU, 1 Urlftla,1-' ;
Lora Interment was in !sanitary conditions and comparatively small list of
Kingsley onlerj
their -
to attract their attention, and if we offered goods. Lake Cemetery. The Rev. Fred j! linens predominant.The manufactured and processed art 11It's

some inexpensive and easily available formof Today problems have arisen affectinga Yerkes, Jr., rector of the Episcopal new shipping wharf for I Idles Southern Interests regardedthe i L'

amusement.The new generation of farmers, and the aver- Church here officIated.I I strawberries Is under construc- case. as an extremely Important normal It cot
teat.Attend not
Active pall bearers were: N. D. tion at the
charms of this section of the state age ;young grower is often woefully lackingin present time. This I Nature' Wwnlnn of sJu
Walnwrlght, Jr., Floyd Green. S. wharf Is being built entirely 4,dq
might apeal to hundreds who do not par- the marketing knowledge so vital to suc- B. Sparks, E. Ks Ferryman, N. Y. A. labor. We could not by League Meeting kidneys. Make If this not Jk

ticularly care for the flashy pleasures of cessful agriculture. Charley Cooper, and W. A. Bes- hope for a better building, for the Your 25c Back occasional flw
City Clerk Carl need
Johns
,
sent, Jr. City Attorney Kidneys
South Florida resorts. Our lakes, our hunt In order to be of assistance alongthis -. purpose. This, built addition by private will enterprise I T. Frank Landrum, and as well as bowels. E**' II

ing grounds, and our generally restful 1 line, the Farm Credit Administration has SCHOOL KIDS GET business and. obviously Increase, W. M. Edwards, chairman of the and other waste can cauae nl'

atmosphere would delight many lovers of the published a-series' of pamphlets entitled more shipping to Lawtey.We bring I City Council, are In Orlando today tlon resulting In gettingup flow &
10 DAYS OFF for the annual convention of burning or scanty
outdoor life if they "You and Your are, without a doubt, indebted 'i were brought more Co-op. They explain what the Florida League of Municipalities. drugest for Bukets
to Mr. R. V.
forcefully to their attention. In the matterof marketing cooperation means to the farmer;' Bradford County school child- supervisor of Campbell the N. district ly at Carpenter'
Y. A.
,
climate, we are almost as favorably bless- how marketing cooperatives are organized, ren will what have' two days to wor- for his cooperation and Influence. I
ry over Santa Claus Is
; ed as the southern part of the state, and to how they are financed how they are man, to bring them; eight days going to Mrs. M. B. Plummer, cafeteria UTS SERVE ONLY

a tourist used tq reading the thermometer at aged and how farm products may be merchandised enjoy whatever hr did. Y.supervisor A., Hubbard and the foreman of N. THE BEST
Harley have
been
so many degrees "below," a few degrees through such an organization. The School Board meeting here faithful In performing their duties RICH AND CLEAN
JERSEY AILKVlsltorr .
more or less cannot make an awful lot of Cooperation is the keynote of scientific Monday decreed that holiday In the N. Y. A. work.
spirit should be packed Into a ten- Always
difference, as long as they're "above." farming and information such as this might day period-from December 23 Drivers' WelcomeS I

But we continue in our complaiscent attitude prove of value to Bradford County growersat through January 1.. The short License Sales Alnea South on

while|! 2,300,000 tourists pass us by some future date. The pamphlets may Christmas vacation will be effective Since first placed on sale Oc- Road IS

r on their way to the well-publicized, attrac- be obtained by dropping a card to the Farm i TIle In curtailed all county Yuletide schools.results have tober been 15, sold 2.601 In drivers' licenses
Bradford
tive South Florida resorts. Perhaps some Credit Administration Washington, D. C. from a desire to let school out as County Judge E. K. Perryman County -' (

day we will wake up ,to the fact that all the If you are a farmer, why not order them to- early a. possible In the Spring so stated Wednesday. Of these 2.

new gold U not to be found at Dahlonega, day and see whether or not you think a that will children be free from to rural pick communities the berry 540 are are chaffeurs'operators' permits and 61,

Ga. Some of it is passing right through little cooperation would help solve the agricultural crop. asked If he believed licenses.about When I J.r

Starke every day on Road 13 and Road 28. problems of Bradford County.O | In the county needing everyone a llc--

----O O Hunting Licenses Lag i ease now had one. the Judge re-' \,

The Moot Valued Christmas: Gift: Tavares Citizen says that tobacco Hunting license sales in Brad-| day plied""No. I still sell several every I f MATHEWS .

Yourself to Others chewing might be ford County still lag 85 behind'I I tl
a dirty habit but it never last year's record total of 333. fi1;
MODEL
The Telegraph naturally receives a started a forest fire. County Judge E. K Perryman I Announces Candidacy !,I e

large number of contributions, but it is -.-O said yesterday. So far 150 county I| A. A. Durden announced yesterday -" : DAIRY "

rarely that one ,comes along which we feel Now is the time of year that men begin 89 licenses state have licenses been purchased here I that he will be a candidate 'pr
I were taken
out for
deserve more notice than might ordinarilybe riding around the countryside in the by hunters, and 9 trapping IIc-,|I District county Three commissioner(South from I STARKE FLORIDA 4SEY t' ,p

received in our regular department for that their friends will "persuade" hOpeS// ensea have been bought a total!'! the present time Mr. Durden Starke)Is. At '(r
a
this matter. However, such a communica- run for office. of flail 248 so far for the 1939-40 sea'I i| Bond member Trustee of the. Board of County| ONE QUART LIQUID, SEALED BBAS





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