Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02730
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02730
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Jishcd 1x77 "- ; we should quietly hear both aides Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner I"."

118 ,

s Lands- They Enjoy Their New Lights I I Tornadoes Honored At Banquet I Christmas Trade ,I

rphy ..... 3rd Annual 'S r S'SS

[j Go On Sale'february Picture Contest Showed Gains,

:'i All
Details of the Telegraph'sThird AgreeLocal

Annual Local PictureContest j,

will be found on page l Merchants Enjoyed .
To Be 4.
plications; 1, three of thin 1'IlIuIure: prize I
t :
.11.11v Encouraging
tceiied From !! are being offered thin year than v .::

I krcha, .;;ers Jan 1-10 ever Iw-fore, and it I"i expected s Holiday BusinessA

hut a record number of our -
of local merchants r: ,f
I which title passed readerlll enter the c m|>ei I S., n 1 :
upon showed l Starke to be on par with
l,5lat under provisions of it Ion.
,, the rent of the nation when It
Act will be placed onIthe On page" three are grouM>> dtwenty
my came to having a holiday
buying J
of local M>nple .
internal Improvement picture | II record. The United States Department ,'
fitter February 1, it was that Itaxn appeared In the Telegraph
r .l of Commerce said that
lair week! from Tail during the paxt tw..hemonl
iei' shopping generally Wall
h'l. Our reader will find '
V t + the heaviest since 1929 In the 'rlt
Clerk of the Court A. J. much fun In turning to thin United
oe States. ,
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not received final iifor page and testing their memory -
i has In the by trying to Identify the Shown here are a few of the Tornadoes and 'Boostcm who enjoyed While local business men did: r ,
an procedure This simple picture is innlflcant; of (the end of an epoch In Bradford I not this Christmas
stated that first appll- familiar faces and answer the last Friday night's banquet Standing behind the football playera say shopping
4 he County rural life, and the beginning of a new era of happinessand season was the best since 1929Vaa .
purchase of the !lands question found under each are (left to right) : Or M, B Herlong, team physician, K: L
i for I convenience. Harold Alvarez son of Mrs J. C Alvarez and many of them have not been in ;
received from January 1 photograph. Williams\ principal U. H. S.; L F Chapman, superintendent State ,
ate Velma Norman daughter of Mr. and Mrs H L Norman are seen! the punt three business here that long, practically .
h January 10, and from the During yearn Prison Farm; Sum McAllister, U, of F coach: Johnny Whlttemore, all i,
here studying for a mid-term algebra examination with the aid of a much Internet has been addedto said business was much.
tD the i tenth of each succeed- Tornado coach; and W. J. Jenkins president 0 f the "Booster" better than last the '
very welcome Christmas present .ELECTRIC LIGHT Current was the Telegraph by the use of year or year i ; (
will be publluhk turned on Tuesday December 18 over the Rural Electrification Adml- local picture, and many favorable organization. before. .i ,)
One of the most ,:i9F
comment hate been recelexl enthusiastic J
between Jan- ntstiatlon's extension line from Brooker, through New River, Vanderbilt '
| newspapers from our HUbxcriherM. A step toward greater business men In town N. N Pre 'tt1vatt '
and January 10, so that; and Hellbronn. It was a very merry Christmas in the many '
I1 Turn to pane, three. and see standing and cooperation under-I-Tree Contest Manager of the local A A: P ..<
8 i CM be conducted on Ferlgmal farm homes along the line that were wired and ready for this convenience how good your memory l 1'1 football players and Food Store stated that "business' I

e. Abraham Lincoln might have studied by the light of an wan taken last Friday night whenB. was much better this year. In, '

: owners and Hen holders totw' open fireplace but Harold and Velma pronounce electric lights much H. S. Tornadoes and their Winners NamedJudges fact I would Bay that It was exceptionally ,'\I

I hire a double opportunity easier on the eyes.Holiday "Boosters" gathered around the better und that thla ;

the lands. They may bid StrawberriesAre banquet table In the auditoriumof was an exceptional year for u*, ,
_lad: amount with the addl- the Woman's Club. It was the Praise Holiday and Saturday before Christmas :x

|ul declaration that they willlitiny Youth ArrestedIn first time in a series of proposed Decorations was the biggest day the store has :.y

higher bid. I Mishaps I Looking GoodAcreage annual get-togethers designed to hud here since It was established .'
after Gas Station Theft andAwards lighting
|pective purchasers promote good fellowship between several years ago" "

lire advertised will submit old III team and spectators and to stimulate In the annual outdoor Levy Canova proprietor of 'M
Tommy Moore, 19 year EstimatedAt /
.jj bids which will be sent to Take One Life a more enthusiastic backingfor '
Starke youth was arrested Thurs Christmas tree contest were an- Canova's Pharmacy said Yuletide .1
ji Internal Improvement Board 25 Percent athletic at the
the program business "was little better ;
day morning of last week by nounced early this week by the a :

\they are received by the Negro Man Killed Sheriff A. O. Andieu and is being Under Last Year high school here. committee of judges who made a than last year and a lot better ."il:'

It Court clerk. held in jail charged with breakIng I Following the turkey dinner. tour of Inspection Monday night than 1937." j'(
1M board reserves the right I Itd to Friday In Accident '
entering and stealing about Bradford County's strawberry Sum McAllister, assistant foot- The winners are: The postofflce the old standby: lye
:< ; my or all bids, and of- estimated to be 25 basketball '
FairbanksThe acreage head
Near' ball coach
$40 worth of cigarettes and sun First prize ($250)C) A, when it cornea to guaglng business .i
i laid this would make Itbit off from last high of
year's of Florida
coach at the University
dries from the L. B Alvarez Ser Knight,, conditions?, report a better '
i for the board to preventIon toll of holiday accidentsnear 900 to 1,000 acres was described was the featured speaker of ; .
vice Station here sometime during Christmas time business Fred F. .
of lands for minor here was one life, two serious the night of December 22. this week as being "In fine shape"and I I the evening and brought a message ,-I. Second' prize ( $2)-) C. H N 11II- Stumn-. Postmaster. .alrl"W- I r.! ,

et automobile accidents, and fair "pickings" will begin to on "sportsmenshlp" that left worth. .:,
have to tbla week before
I I go through
|lt!be board previously announced minor Injuries received by several The boy Is alleged to have stationby gain.ed be made during the second week ,I a deep Impression on players and Third prize ($1.M-A.) H. Hall. we check up but I believe the -(
service '
to the
(would not Belt Murphy Act persons. entrance In January unless more cold i Boosters alike Fourteen $1 awards went to
I volume of mall handled was a .,
aide window and :
11I1I aL t prices leas than the dead Is Alfred Sheffield breaking a weather intervenes., I the following: L. O. Powell Mrs. ;
The one between the iron bars I L. F. Chapman, superintendent: shade I better than last year : ap;:
of landa.purchasers entering L. A. RennolrU Pate Gasnott D.P. .
i surrounding Starke colored ; Plant the ..
City heavy.volumethat warned
29-year-old of the State Prison Farm, Denmark
of the
fixed over the window, cutting Employees ,
R. A.
!Ivlt should man, killed In an auto accident his hand In the 'process and leave was expected last Friday his young listeners against the Carpenter, Fv F Flume Furniture Company answered that 'f'i"

iIIlWl'! tti' 1 to Circuit court" ,Friday ,night'. arj>>}'nd..J. }JJIA, o'clock ing blood stains In' several places proved to be disappointing when habit of "drifting" In later' life Green Andrews, Mallory'Mrs. Frank Thomas Hoover W L.L. "bu loe.a wee better this year- ,t l.
:Ii fr>t'landa ChejfSvant.. AnJi In which he was 8,000 of predicted .. "
when the car in and out of the' station. Moorewas only pinta t His address was well received and very satisfactory/," ,i
F. Smith J. P. Warren E. J. .
i !may bid when: the .land Isftbed. riding, owned and driven by Leroy 30,000 were brought in. They he the men something '
have cut on gave young .
found a
later to and Powell Carpenter, owner of \f
Bids will be received Williams of Starke and containing sold from,, 18 to 24 cents a pint. I to think about when he stated Dowling, Jos. K Wilson
his left hand. Also a hat and I Roger Battle (colored ). Carpenter's Drug Store, was very
[ill the sale which will be was
day three other colored men, section of coat indentured as Saturday however a heavy that a majority of prisoners at happy in regard to Chrlatmasbusiness. '.'

tat i Tuesday after the adrtiltment turned over three times near Fair belonging to Moore was day at Plant City with farmers ; the State Farm hay been found The committee commended Mrs. "Chriatmaa business eJ

la published.B \ banks 8 miles southwest of Wal property found at the scene of the crime, going over the berry bushes close- \1 to be "drifters" In their early life. H C. Bitch Mr.. N. D. Wain- this year was more satisfactory .'.}

[ tome person acquires the do. The driver was said to have found in the ly due to the double holiday Sun- I He urged the young athletes to wright the Mission Tabernacle I have had "
than since
and the finger prints
'4 other than the person whom been drinking and lost control of service station are said to be day and Christmas. Nine thousand -! settle down as soon us possible and the City Light Plant for outstanding the store"any year(four years). .\'t,,

the amount for advertls- the speeding Plymouth. The pints brought around 22 1-2 at some worthwhile occupation outdoor clrcoialiens

be will be required to make four persons besides Sheffield received those of Moore. cents Saturday while sales Thursday I anti to "stick to It," Attention was also called to J. M Alvarez, a veteran Starke 'I'i';

|"payment' to cover the adver- minor cuts and bruises, The culprit named three other. were recorded at 2,500 pints I H. team physician the unusual number of Indoor Dry Goods merchant, aald "Our ''''Ii
l Dr. M. Herlong '
III!([ coat.Approval. the car was a total wreck. local youths as companions In the |\ at an average of about 22 cents : acted maaler-of-cere- tree which while not considered business wan a good bit better .I l
an ,
later contradicted his i "t,
offence and than year"Mr.
| and acceptance of a The other accident occurred he intoxicated the pint, I monies, and added some thoughtful In the contest added greatly\ to

was "
l after' own words by saying I Sales for the three days totaled the holiday. spirit by showing .. E. E, Canova owner ofMarguerite's ;
y trustees of the Internal Saturday morning shortly on the night of the I remarks to those of the principal said her '
ement Board will result i is In 8 o'clock A Dlamond-T ti'actor remember noth, approximately 19,500 pints boosting speakers. He pointed out through windows. Shoppe
crime and could the total. number of Christmas trade "was quite a lot ;10
of a deed conveying aI and trailer en route from Fells year's I the important part that football "It seems as If almost every :2Christmas
I ml clear title tank pints to 80.534 which Is far below home In Starke had a tree of one above last yell 1"'*, We did a nice t
to the lands mere to Live Oak with a ingThe plays both In mental and physical
soft I amount of the bond for his I that of last season. The return -I bU lnollll." r;t tIi
t regard to any delinquent containing 1,750 gallons of development of young men. kind or another this Christmas, '\
release from jail had not been to growers through sales last J D. Caillile owner of the s <
then the ownership of the molasses driven by Bernard Bur- made Coach a member of the commltt..elld./ it//
fixed yesterday morning. Saturday waa approximately $21- | Short talks were by _. .. _. Bradford Hardware reported a
)IIIed to the under over --- -
State gner, Jr., 19, of Fellsmere Johnny Whittemore and Principal '

e,1daI- of the.Murphy ,,Law.. turned four miles southeast of 283.47 A frost for the Friday season morning, the| E. L. Williams. Football letters Heavy Death Toll satisfactory"We did not month cater for to December.Christmas ,:.t.;)

Road 28. Burgner said Births This Week I awarded "at this time and :}
here on second in two days was reported I were Over NationThis business!' ," h.. Raid, "We did a normal

sit t, System a car in front of him suddenly!; Mr. and Mrs Guy C. Edwards,,, to have nipped a number of straw- Tornado Captain Kenneth Turner with December business" \

ams To Be Held slowed; that he applied the brakesto Starke, boy December 18. berry blooms about the section I presented gilt from Mr.members Whittemore of the team.a year's three-day Christmas' "Our Christmas business was .(i

his truck and the trailer's rear Mr. und Mrs Ancil D. Norman,,,, but with not great damage, however I the after dinner holiday brought death to at least better this year than last year "

[IIllit System Examinations for left the paving and Starke girl December 23. I Following 633 person in accidents and other and this yeur' volume of business 'j'i
wheel organization
right speeches, permanent of
POSition of I I foams sudden death with auto-
visitor, unit ahead "
super- effectedand for the entire year la away
< rolled the road shoulder. When i of the Booster Club wan mobile traffic 418 lives.
on taking
and district director with 1 I of last year'," said L B. Alexander .J'
lute Welfare Board will be he attempted to get the trailer Eastern Star the following officers were Last year 508 persona died In Alexander
And proprietor of the I!,
W J Jenkins
Ei Masons ( elected: President, various kinds. of accidents and
February 24. The deadline wheel back on the paving by Bill I'lum- 8t Company store here '/t
I Raiford Vice-preilitient. !
; as the result of violence In a
tiling applications la midnight the truck to the left the F. F. Stump reported that the :

15, and interested appli- turning Hold Joint Installation I mer. Lawtey; SectctaryTreasurer I simlllar three-day period. Chrlstmu/ volume of hi* mer- :
L. Matthews, Slarke
trailer turned over. )0;
Ire asked to file ... Five ntutfB Nehranka. Nevada "within aWthe
applications chenille business
.. .. () 'if
early as possible I' The molasses container was: 1- For the first time In man;'I| Patron. Ml Llllle McHac Secretary I -- --- Rhode i Island, Vermont und Wyoming I, same at last year It was a t

[ 300 gallons of ; Mrs. 111 11 Id a be l lie Bence Fence Cutting their death slates "
Vacations for the visitor'sButton damaged badly and and one of the few time* kept 'lot better than 1037, though, he ;to
specify high school | the sweet, thick syrup wasted in- in the history of the organizations: ,!'r''Associate Conductress Conductress: Mr. Edith, Mrs Most-ley C. {I Three youths, living In the section clean last year but this year Dela- aald (:'

on plus two of cole roadside and Iti; wore was the only one. N. Sternberg, proprietor of ,
years the been
Lodge have
to the ditch and on the Staike Masonic ''H, Naswotthy. Chaplain; Mrs W. went of Lawtey !
r four years of experience; of Eastern Star, held]I bond each Illinois lx-ad Sternberg'a Store stated "Our
The truck was the property auxiliary the Ii Halt Marshal; Mrs C. A. | released under $200
Iflared !
fields : Illinois led the lint this Christmas business was a 'little aft
or an equivalent ceremonies I Ir( their arrest on a charge year '
Installation In- following
of Fells- joint "Organist Mrs Vonda
illation of college and ex- Bernard Burgner Sr. Legion home Wednesday < I 1 lof fence belonging to Hal with 04 dead! 27 of them In traf better this year than lust"
the American 'Iman Ada Mrs EV Hayc.i. cutting '
1net An age limit of 21 to 50 mere where the molasses originated night at 8 o'clock I I Edwards: Jr. They are Clyde I tic 14 by trains eight by suicide,, W, H. Hart, manager of Starke'n :
I force for persons who have: and in Live Oak was to be occasion was unique in that t | WOltslill'Fljl.MASTER Griffin. Doff Griffin and Truby i seven by violence of one kind' or Hart Furniture Company sold
DO The ::1 and from other "Our cash business ran about the
jociai work experience. another eight
of dairy ls Circuit -
foi cutting a
t.. used in the manufacture were witnessing Orlffr. Fence
Masons j
full many and 1938. ,
time eoclal work ex- ol offense causes same aa It did In 1937

e within the past ten years feed. The tractor was badly the first time the installation Court Florida's holiday death total My December cash business for

"Fred for the .aupervlsory damaged and was left at a local officers In their ulster organization Inv I was eight. 1937, 1938 and 1939 will vary but /'

1f4I. garage, while the trailer with the and they were visibly nines A CandidateHal. ---..-,.+ very little. Including our sale '

|,Wcatlon blanks and further remaining 1,450 gallons of its 20.- pleased by the beauty consensus of the ceremony oi, I Y. Malnes, well-known I j I Itaskels Distributed on account, however, our Christ

lllltation' concerning the quall- 570 pound load was taken on to. I It was the joint the meeting did: I I Union County attorney waa In mas business this year show an i;
tractor.Younl' that
and examinations may Live Oak on another opinion s Starke Wednesday afternoon and: Material for six wellfilledChristmas i Increaso." \
a greatei
received several much toward promoting basket was obtained C. H. Nasworthy, proprietor of 1W
Ruined by writing to the Burgner warmer feeling ( stated he will\ be a candidate for I '

".System Committee p O. painful cuts and bruises. understanding and a between th
sill J Jacksonville, Florida, or .1 of fellowship expressed th<. Bradford Counties. At the present the Rita Theatre last Friday aft-I reported that his Christmas bust- .' II"i'

'III' the District Welfare Office,, Marriage Licenses Issued orders and many installs.' time he Is serving as county ernoon. Food was accepted as admission fleas. "I* a little better this year .1

erp Cove Springs Florida opinion that the joint for the to the theatre. The good than last" t
annual I attorney and attorney
to Bradford Coun- tlon should be made an and things to eat were placed in baskets
Of Interest
Ir School Board !In that county '
l1-Stara tiana are two marriage licenses custom. Chas' previously served as county and were distributed to needy Stores To Observe 10
Swamped E. K. Ruth Johnson new!;) families members of the Ro-
Judge Miss
issued by County ) and as assistant -
judge ((1929-1933) :
, WillistonWilliston' Matron, was In New Year's Day ;
Worthy Club.Candelighting
Perryman recently: elected state's attorney for this Circuit tary '
made r t L
into office and ------.----- )
Zell Collins ducted Mr. Malnes I'
Johns and ((1933-1939)
To Robert L. Alvarez
accepting th Chief of Police A. 1 ,
ball powerful "AllStar"team both of Hampton on December gracious speech of hei stated that he will make a formal ServiceA announced yesterday that all 'A
ran roughshod overt Eve. duties and responsibilities In the near future.
but outclassed Starke 24. Christmas The retiring Worth;]r ir1ir announcement candle lighting" service for builnes houses, with the exception -

in 86 to 0 on the Bradford To W. A. Stokes of Brooker. position.Matron, Mrs. C. H Nasworthyalso .* -- ----- the Intermediate Department of of groceries have agreed to i ':i

, i rldiron Monday night. and Cenett Catlin, of Staike, on spoke expressing her appre' For State SenatorMath the First Methodist Church will clo.e all day Monday -- New I .,1'

I ""lUiton turned loose a fast : December 23. elation for the cooperation of hei J. Sapp of Lake Mutter i: be held In the Department room Year' DayGroceries, .
.- memben'. i at will close at noon except :
t"'of *backs behind a big fast- officers and committee visitor to Starke Tuesday' on Sunday evening beginning

f I1nr forward wall to score Accepts New Position during the past year. She wai K.: N. IIAKS was afternoon a and while here an- 8:30: o'clock. Members of the Department the local A &: P store, which

et at gift and als r I will lead the service will be closed all day
will. "All- with a
The Starke candidate
be '
will a
r were able to rack up only George Inman, Bradford Coun- with presented a Past Worthy Matron's pin. Esther Mrs. G W. Alderman,,,' nounced for that state he senator from Union during" the hour of meeting. Parent I Chief Alvarez aim reminded, ,

f fe Bret down and never peneWIl1ston's ty's representative to the Stateegislature remaining officers wen> Martha; Mrs: L. D. Green Klecta: Bradford Counties. Drew *, relative. and friends of alldepartment storekeeper that the city's Dew

IZ d \ territory. : has accepted the The follows: C. A. i i and A. J, Thomas Sentinel. Mr.. and Lake Butler recently -I member are cor- ordinance prohibiting Sunday
as of
representative then installed G. Powell. Ruth, and Mrs. Ceo. Dukes, also attend this service opening will go Into effect on January
LJ game waa played: for the poeitlon as special I Futch. Worthy Patron; Mien Kill'I L. no*t announced his candidacyfor dially Invited to
nt World Warden, were 7.
of the B. H. 8. athletic with the Woodmen of the Associate Worthy Matron; A Anderson.
this position.
and more than $20 waa net- and Is at present working in I Sassee.W. Hayes Associate Worth:f\\ (Continued on page eight) ,I
'ror Florida. .
the event. South and West

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II I At Least Three New Faces HOOTSEY'S lly Miss' Kffie Crawford BEACH TUERESSABy lUre .1. L. Sullivan Mrs.-L. L.- ParkerThoriumCrosby TO WORSE Most By of Mrs.th fl, tl Mc

DISEASESThe "leipl" her
Those spending Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe May of the Christmas ,,,"
marked 'gram
In 1941 Inauguration here with Mr. and Mrs. G. New Orleans La., were guests of In a beautiful ceremony and ,dignity, open season for colds, sore School Frirti, ""'ernoJ,

H, Johns and family were: Mi Mr. May's parents Mr. and Mr by simplicity daughter throats and sniffles Is here again. cored by th. "achers

Inauguration day on Jan. 7, offices, but theMe have been filled and Mrs Johnnie Jones and H. D. May Christmas. : Miss Klyven Crosby lovely C. A. If people realized that many of McRae Mr r.,

:1941. will set a Florida recordwhen / by appointment and In most Instances family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Parker Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mllllken and I of the Rev. and bride Mrs.of J. the moat seriou3 diseases begin Miss Beverly ,

at least three new faces I the appointee has suc- and family and Mr. and Mn. children, Sylvia and Glenn, ot 'Crosby, became the Mrs. W'I with the common cold or a sore The family a

appear around the state cabinet ceeded In getting elected to con- I. Wilkerson and family all of Ocala spent Christmas with rein- I Thomas. son of of LaCrosse Mr. and Sunda; throat perhaps they would be of Mr. and M y 11

table tinue. Mrs Lee John W. Thomas would be more Christmas da\ ,
Tampa; Mr. an lives here. o'clock. The more careful. They ? enjoy'
There win be a new governor, There was a new face in the and amily and George C. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and 'I afternoon at McCauley 3:00: pastor c f careful about their living habits, fullect extern 'ftae P/'f

a new treasurer, and a new at- 1901 Inauguration when B. E. Mc- all of Live Oak and Fre little daughter Elizabeth Bell Rev. G. E.church, officiated. 'Th and more careful about seeking Mr. and Mrs W Me

torney general, even If four other Lin became commissioner of agrI- Ayure, and Myrtle Johns of Jack visited relatives here Monday af! the Baptist dressed In teal blue medical aid for a cold or sore children and Ft e Brld

cabinet members are re-elected In culture after nomination by the sonville. ernoon. I bride was throat, when they are unfortunate Polk City, M.. mo 1111'j
the 1940( election, last Democratic nominating con- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holmes wer Adkini with wine enough to contract one. Hall and son Harley of
Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd of the
I immediate members ville, Mr.
vention before primaries were es and
Only Mrs
There has not been as many as visitors to Jacksonville Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adklns and Some of the diseases that may T w. i
attended. and Miss
three new faces on Inaugurationday tablished.In Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jackson children, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ton- family and begin with a 'cold or sore throat, ;! Gum Dorthea NO!

since Florida started choosing 1909, Park Tjammell. appeared villa spent the Christmas holiday linson and Miss Beatrice Herse; After the ceremony; Mr. are: Measles, dlptheria, scarlet Branch. Mr and M
back at the cabinet table for Mr. an! Mrs. Thomas; left for a wedding Crosby and children
/ Its officials In primaries here with her parents, all of Jacksonville were guests of fever grippe, influenza. Infectious
in 1900. the first time as the new elected Mrs. L. M. Murrhee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R" M. Hersey Sunday down-state and upon their return mononucleosis, sometimes called Mr. and Mrs Eldon Sam

The 1941 record will occur be- attorney general. Thomas F. and Mrs. Nancy Thompso: and Monday. will be at home to friend acute glandular fever, sinusitis, Branch, Mr and Mrs J.
West elected attorney and relatives in Brooker. W. C Oliver and'
was general of Dukes visiting infantile paralysis,
cause the constitution prohibitsthe and family were and meningitis,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey Mrs. P. M.
In 1912 and Inaugurated in of diphtheria McRae
from L. : There is another case and
Incumbent governor Mr. and Mrs. M. Thompson children Christmas wit( pneumonia and streptococic sore
1913, when Trammell became gov- spent in Brooker. Little Joe Ann I Frank Davis and id
seeking re-election, and Attorney here Sunday. throat. I
Mrs. Hersey's parents, Mr. and Hod Kef: '
ernor. last ;
General George Couper Gibbs and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lewis and Mrs. Lewis Alford at Fort Me- Green was stricken Several of these diseases can -
Treasurer'W. V. Knott will not be The 1917 inauguration brought the morning. She is the adopted
family of Palatka spent either be prevented or their seriousness Any magazine'oTyoj
Ernest Amos Into the of Mr. and Mrs. C.
candidates. here with reo daughter at
Christmas holidays greatly minimized by greatly reduced
C. Sullivan were
and Mrs. and Price
office, and the 1921 inauguration Tyler. Joe Ann very
Aside from the new governor lutlvea. is Bradford
and Stark Immunization. Dlptheria no County Tell'lrJ'a
put Rivers Buford into the to Hampton In the community hope a
every four years, there have beena Johnnie Fountain of Tampa is Saturday afternoon.Mr. everyone longer a necessary disease. On the
attorney general's office. The I for her safe recovery away from
few new faces brought to the I i spending this week here with hla contrary it Is absolutely unnec- crowds of
next cabinet change by election and Mrs. H. D. May and and Odessa use disposable
Mott tissues
cabinet for the first time by sister and brother-in-law. Mi. Misses Mary A toxoid has been de- ms
election since was In 1932, when J. M. Lee, who Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe May wer spending the holiday ; essary, cloth handkerchiefs andj
nomination and Kelley are
: and Mrs. Robert Crawford. that will prevent It. This
holds the office, succeeded visitors to Starke Saturday after- veloped to
In between elections now with relatives in Okeechobee.Mr. dispose of them in a I
bolldays I Is following a Shick
Amos. A. J. Crawford spent the I' toxoid given .
noon. manner
vacancies have occurred In several Comptroller in St. George, Ga., with( and Mrs. Leo Dyal and test to determine whether pa- immediately upo
elected in 1936, Miss Marietta Padgett of Jacksonville I
Colin English, of Branford are visiting
friends and relatives. family tients have a natural immunity.
W. S. Cawthon as superintendent is visiting her mother, .
succeeded their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E should have this test
of public InstructionIn Miss Alma Johns of Jacksonville Mrs. W. M. Andrews. Every
he Is six months old. HAPPY NEW
Christmas by the time
the holiday
1937 when Governor Fred P. spent Dyal.Miss
Belle Vli-
Misses Klxle Geiger
here with Mrs. Effie Crawford. Marie Dyal spent Monda,; It should be repeated a year later
SEASON'STIHG Cone was inaugurated. glnla and Marietta Padgetl" In Gainesville with relatives. to determine whether or not he tF
six have Miss Josephine Johns is on the and Packhan,
Between them, men : Agnes King George Mintz is still Immune and as frequently
Mr. and Mrs. Larson wer
R& held two of the cabinet offices sick list this week. Her friend ; Alfred King and K. B. Swindle week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs thereafter as the doctor thinks
for 100 years.J. wish her a speedy recovery. I were visitors to Camp Immokale
1940 ? B. Whitleld, now justice of Mrs. J. L. Gaskins and family; Christmas day. While there they;; L. R. Galney. Ovid A great deal of success has also

the supreme court; J. C. Luning, of Hellbronn were visiting: at the enjoyed a motor boat ride on Lak Mrs. R. P. Lewis and son been obtained with scarlet fever 4
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw Brooklyn. sppnt Christmas with Mrs. Beulai
now dead, and Knott have oc- and whooping cough immunization. -

cupied the treasurer's office since ford Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Zelgle Baxter. Typhoid fever is now a relatively -
Q. B. Johns am Mi.' Mr. and Mrs L. A. Mott o f
Mr. and Mrs. and children of Jacksonville, rare disease and if every-

1897.Dr.. John L. Crawford, his son, Mrs. Morris Anderson! were visitIng and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of Gainesville High Springs were dinner guest; one received typhoid vaccine Its

at the home of Mr. and Mn. and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. of Mrs. J. R. Mott Monday.VANDERBILT. Incidence would be further de
H. Clay Crawford, both now dead,
Noah Crews of Macclenny. Sunda;; Dampier of High Springs wer --. -- creased. Many people are bene-
A. have held the
and Robert Gray afternoon guests Christmas day at the hom I fitted by the so-called cold shots,

secretary of state's office since Mr. and Mrs. Arvld Johns and< I of. J. J. Zeigler. By 111118'elmu. Norman, I either by being entirely free of

If Wishing 1881. W. M. Igou served brieflyIn daughter Ruby, are spending Miss Minnie Swindle of Jacksonville colds or the duration of the colds IIAPPY NEW YEJ

1929 when H. Clay Crawford several days of this week with relatives Mr. and Mrs John Jor Miss Ruth Alvarez of Gaines severity Is greatly lessened. May each of i itj

WillMake I died. Igou resigned, and Gray in South Florida. don and children and Willl ville spent Christmas with her Here Is a cold Insurance policy

succeeded him. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Geiger I Swindle, all of Salt Springs, San mother, Mrs. Sarah Alvarez.Mr. that should be carried by every- 366 days see
It So
; and baby Mrs. Nelson Grlffls, Swindle and children of Ocala, and Mrs. H. L. Normal one. Cover your mouth and nose

Yours Will Be Rudolph Chlsm Miss Rethi were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. I and family attended a Christmas: II when you sneeze; cover your hope granted

BUS SCHEDULE Geiger and Miss Doris Mae GOT Swindle Christmas day. I program at the Raiford choo 'mouth when you cough; drink

the North Bound fney, all of Starke, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mabry, ot Jacksonville house Wednesday night. i quantities of citrus juices and wish come true.Conway's .
Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35: Mrs. R. N. I
of Mr. and
at the home eat -
were guests of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Normal other alkalizing juices; quantities
HappiestNew m., 1:00 p. m., 3 p. m., 6:15:
Crawford Monday night. of fresh, raw vegetables,
Mabry's aunt. Mrs. C. A. Young and Mrs. Ellen Barber and child
p. m., 10:15: p. m.Sout1. Mrs. Arvled Johns and Jack at I least
Year Ever blood Saturday. I ren were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A fruits, ; get
Bound Johns were visitors to Gainesville f eight hours of sleep every day ina
Mr and Mrs Thomas Cooper o A. Edwards and family at Brook I
Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20:
Saturday afternoon. Winter Park. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- er Friday. : well-ventilated but not draughtyroom
si. m., 2:20: p. m. 5:20: p. m. Ser
Ham Moore of Oviedo, Mrs. Adi ; walk at least a mile every
Miss Iris Sapp of Jacksonville
West Round to Tallahassee 'I
GRAHAM Griffis and children, Mrs. Huldi day In the open air; avoid going
Leave Starke: 5:35: p, m. arrive spent the week-end with her parents & Gar
City Barber Shop Starke 12:35: p. m. By Mrs. L. C. Smith Lee and children, Mrs. John Pre Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp. Into cold air after a hot bath; Station
vatt and children all of Starke avoid over-heated rooms with Im-
free service (within -Ride Fla Motor U0s
For pick-up I Those who ate Christmas dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Rhodes Miss Melba Prevatt of Winter proper ventilation. ,
H. E. !Sparks, Prop. f
Conway ..
city limits) phone Lacy with Mr. Levy Norman and family
ind son, Richard, of Lake Wales,, Park and! Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie If you "do get a cold; Stay
I agent. 1 I were his parents, Mr. and Mrs..
Fred Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Tyre of Florahome were guests
F. M. Norman :Mr., and Mrs. W,
._ ____________.__! baby of Waldo, and Miss Ellen ver the week-end of Mr. and Mrs'
B. Bloodsworth and children
Johnson( of Gainesville were visit- Paul Prevatt.

ng their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Frances, Wadues, Evelyn, Harold
: Eugene, Clifford Quinton Sulll r
VI. Johnson, during the holidays. laughter, Ruth, spent Chrlstmai '
Mrs Leila Rafuse and childrenf with Mr. Sibley's parents Mr. and: I van, Caroline and Wayne of Rai- trw'r'
\ S AP O tDa ford Mrs. Ellen Barber and NAPPY
Starke were visiting her slater,, Mrs. L. G. Sibley at Putnam Hall, j I
I children, Bobby and Jerry, Mr. I
VIrs. Rachel Starling, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison iNEWYIAD
and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and children -
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKinzie oi and children of Gainesville, Mr.
Hurt Haven and Mr. and Mrs. md Mrs. Ed Prevatt and children Ernest Marie and Harry ol f
o ovs 190 : Brooker, Mr. and Mrs.
f: and daughter Eugene I
Werner Padgett of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Horace -
Ellis of Worthington Springs, and e
Averlene, was visiting relatives Jarrell and little daughter _
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knight and i i
over the week-end of Jacksonville iI \
Jacqueline were \i
I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rogers and guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W I daughter[ Sandra of Jacksonville. iI iI I I i; eooJai7

Ittle daughter Caroline of Wlnde- Packham Sunday. Miss Gladys Manning of Galnes- ,I _

nere spent the holidays with her Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham grille Is spending her vacation 'I t

>arents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. and daughter, Miss Hazel visited I with her grandparents, Mr. and I 4ate on a I 0 4 0 o:411 pct.
Smith. Mrs. J. M. Manning.A .
klrs. Packham's mother, Mrs. Anile -. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and Trlest Christmas day. I large number of people from

ions J. W. and Paul of Winde- Mrs. Josephine Sullivan spent here attended the Christmas program -

to friends nere spent Sunday and Monday Christmas clay here with her sons, I IA. at the Raiford Baptist During 1940 may you
Our thoughts turn our
with relatives. L. and C. Sullivan. 'Church Sunday night.

of the New Mr. and Mrs. David Durbin and Mrs. J. 1:. Owaley who has Mr. and Mrs. Jim Manning all enjoy a measure
and all at the start
one children of Jacksonville, Mr. and been here at the bedside of her spent Christmas, with their son, full to overflowing I

to rlrs. Norman Johns of Hellbronn inter Miss Ida Hogan has returned Clyde Manning and family of
Year, and it brings us happiness
;Springs, Mi's. J. P. Roberts of to her home at Perrine. Starke. of good luck, happi-

wish them a most successful year. Srooker, Mrs. Linnle McCulley William Packham and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Leon Renfroe and

.ml. daughter, Florence, of Long Miss Audrey Packham of Winter ion Samuel of Vanderbilt spent ness, and prosperity

bland N. Y, spent the Christ- 'ark visited their son and brother hilstmas with Mrs Renfroe's

mUll holidays with their mother. I IMra. W. W. Packham Thursday.J. 'ather, Sam Norman of Long

C. Fogg. D. TompKon and Mr. and MI'8.1 I Bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves, of foung of Starke were visitors to I, Collie Manning and L. C. Sapp

Richmond, Va.. spent several 'heressa! Tuesday. (>f Vanderbilt were visiting relatives -

lays with Mr. and Mrs. J. in Jacksonville Friday night.
I ;raves. A'I GUM BRANCH Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of STARKE ICE CO.

Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle .facksonville were visiting Mrs. ,
I lly Miss Elizabeth HarnageMr.
Titus Olson: OwnerS aka Alfred, Mrs. Mary Willardnd I Johns parents Mr. and Mrs. [O I- w. 1.. Wall Prop.

daughter of Auburndale, Mr. and Mra. J. D. Hobbs, Jr.. ery Sapp. over the week-end.

.,_ __._ _._.__.__._____._____._._.-: und Mrs. P. S. Crews of the I of DeLand. were visiting Mr. J A.

_.________.______._____.__!o State Farm, Mr and Mrs. D. L. larnage and family Sunday.
+ thaw; of LaCrosse. and Mr. and! Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams of

Irs. O. C. Kelly and family of acksonvllle spent Christmas day af

hooker were visiting and spenthe I with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. I 3ffiffIiTIft1IIDa1ff3 19

holiday with Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keene and : 194 Y4n xa =V

\V Rivers laughter Nancy, of Houston I fir.

Texas are spending some time

here with Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene.

Mr. and :Mrs.!. B. M. McRae and I

hlldren of Pine Level were guests
of J. A. Harnage and family Sunray -i I
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman and

I laughter, Dorthea spent Christ ;

y naa day with Mr. and Mrs. H,, M.

+S IcRae and family.

H. Keene and sons Van Ice and

R. C. of Shamrock spent the May

::Christmas holidays here with

Irs. H. Keene.
those whom w e have Mrs. Clarence Hutcheson and The New Year

children were guests of Mr. and A New Year Ahead!
served during the past Irs. Felix Sapp Sunday.Mr. He Filled

..' I Wishing You and Mrs. J C. Sapp and New visions new hopes .
heartfelt thanks I
year our The Joys on Bobble of Sampson City spent WithHappiness the
Of A Bright :Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J.S. new opportunities.
and every Rood wish for I
I and I. Sapp. Good coming year be all that you
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and
throughout 19 JO. ProsperousNew
happiness Year hildren of the State Farm were Cheer and Success hope for.

Isitlng Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp ,

Monday afternoon.Mr. I
and Mra. I1. D. Reddish and II
children of Hellbronn! spent I II

: John H. Denmark 'Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. I

CARPENTER'S ,DRUG STORE Furniture Co. J. Mrs.S. Sapp.Tate Alvarez and children A. J. THOMAS A. 0. ANDREU

I of Rising were the guests of Mr.

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Baptist W. M. U. To Meet !! :Miss Mina\ ;Manassa HonoredIn W. S. C. S. :
In Movies Now I \lepl1n/.ts
II SOCIETY and CLUBS I Circles of the Baptist W. M. S, Jacksonville Wed. The two ulnae /'1e.

-- -- -- _h__ __ 'u -- u__ r?:. "", '1'<' o I I| will meet as follows: I Miss Mina Manassa, whose mar- Society of rhr. ,
; I|, Circle No. 1, Mrs. L. G. Powell riage to Mr. Thomas Francis the Method '
)(rs. I. A, Canova Presents Holiday Events EnjoyedAt :MooreKosenbushWedding leader, at the home of Mrs. J. M. I Grady of Boston, Mass., will be Tuesday aftem a

" s Pupils In Recital State Farm In as I Brownlee, January 2, 3 p. m. an event of January fifteenth, Circle No. MIr'
i wii,
The home of Mr. and Mrs L A very merry time was had by Green Cove Saturday Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee was the honored guest Wednesdaywhen of t
Mrs. D. B. White leadei.
A, Canova was the setting last all at the dinner and Christmas leader, at the home of Mrs. her v K
Thursday evening for a lovely) tree sponsored jointly by the A wedding of interest to many ''W. C. Cox at the State Farm. of Jacksonville, entertained in the man. Mrs L i 1

piano recital given by Mrs. Can State Farm Club and the Depart friends here and other parts of January 1, 3 p. m. Rainbow Room of the George Circle No 2 .s

ova'a music pupils. ment of Personnel Tuesday night,, the State was that of Miss Martha Circle No 3, Mrs. H. L. Hough Washington Hotel at a delightful the members
Christmas decorations were December 19. After a hearty din Rosenbush, daughter of Mr. and leader at Mis. Hough's home, luncheon and bridge party. country homeTypewriter ?1
Dr. W. E. toast member f la requested The long "T" shaped table
used throughout the home and ner, Murphr'ee Mrs. Otto Roaenbush of GreenCove" January 1. Every
the brightly colored Christmas master for the occasion, presented I to bring a pound of where the guests were seated was -- f
Springs, and J. T. Moore of decorated with low .
tree added a festive note to the Superintendent L. F. Chapman,,, "do In tlee." artistically rt ,
scheme. who spoke briefly on the "Abiding West Palm Beach, formerly of The Young Matron's Circle will bowls holding arrangements of paper second the. _
The following program was presented Things" emphasized at Christmas I Lawtey, which was solemnized on meet at the home of Mrs. S. P. yellow button chrysanthemums, County Telegraph
time. Saturday nIght Dec. 23, at the Vandlviere on Tuesday, January accented with touches of bronze.

Just We Two," a piano duet,, Following a few informal remarks home of the bride's parents. Judge 2 at 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Earl Searing Dainty sprays of fern running the hostess and honor, ,
J. T. Jennings performed the ring of the table and "Vr
entire length
(Ceo Spalding) Madge Brownlee I from various persons, gifts will be co-hostess. P. H
Vandlvlere. ceremony in the presence of the place cards of bridal design, mark I Manassa. I, nc
and Pitner were distributed to all present.
immediate families. for the bride-elect, Mrs. ., ,
"The Buffalo Hunt" (John I An orchestra using only toy instruments Bea Wain's definition: Scarcasm is ing the places com- 3 1
Thompson) Maurice Edwards, J r. was called up to fur Decorations in the home were in an Insult in a dress suit And pleted the table decorations. Mrs. O. 1... Beasle Airs,
keeping with the holiday season. Following lunch the guests en- Wainwright
Round the Mountain""Vacation Jr
"Coming nish a few minutes' entertain gossip is a wolf In cheap cloth-
Time" (John Thompson ment. Mrs. Ivan Hazen presided The bride was becomingly ing, eh Bea? Mrs. J. H. Lord joyed playing three progressionsof Rltch Mrs. D. P carpal
) GeraldIne Cox. at the tiny piano, Mrs. L. A. gowned !in a moss) green crepe appreciated those carolers who bridge on the balcony. When Marjorie Stump, Mr, TrS
!" model made on simple lines. Her the scores were totaled Miss Ruth Mrs. D. A, Mnf
"Puss! Puss! Puss (Mane Shepherd played the toy trumpet, sang five carols for her especial Monteith
Zucca) Nancy LIghtfoot. Mrs. J. G. Godwin managed the only ornament was a gold neck- benefit other evening Some- Sternberg was presented with a Biggs. Mrs. J. W Andre
lace. A shoulder corsage of harmonizing cut glass lemon dish as her reward Junius M.
John Smith
"The Fairies Harp" ( gazook, and! the Rev. L. A. Shep body please give Grace Williams Mrs.
Thompson) Ona Demorest. herd played the midget clarinet. colors complementedher Mrs. E. L.) a calendar She I for making high score and Chalker, Mrs A z
costume. Mrs. D. A. Monteith, winner of Ruth
Ele Sternberg.
'Little/ Chicken" "The MissTb'bl
The evening's entertainment almost had her turkey a day too
phant. (IB. Carter) Evelyn New- ended with group singing of Following the ceremony Mr. soon, thinking Sunday was Christ- second high, was given a desk set. ley Mrs. N Sttrnher..
some. Christmas carols, led by Mr. A. and Mrs. Moore left for a wedding mas Mrs. E. L. Biggs won the little Evelyn Stump, Mrs. o A.

"Jack Be Nimble" "Let's Go W. Bates at the piano. trip to Jacksonville and upon Well, it's all over now The slam prize, a linen handkerchief.Mrs. Mrs. O. L. Haynes 3ro!
Williams their return will make their White presented Miss Man- Matthews,
Fishing" (John ) Betty Christmas Pageant homeIn week of "wrapping:, writing, andremembering" Mrs. L F
Ann Flynn. West Palm Beach. assa with a fitted overnight bagas of the State Farm
The religious element in the .. (Not originalI Mr,.
"Vacation Days" (John Williams Christmas celebration was commemorated Mrs Moore attended the Florida heard it over the radio) a gift of rememberance of Kemper of Dallat fexaa,
) Janette Priest. on Friday night, Dec. State College for Women at Tallahassee Christmas day was peaceful, ex- this lovely affair. Fred Guy and Mrs StUD
"Air" from Mozart, "A Little Enjoying the party with the ardson of
22, when the Sunday School'sWhite where she was a mmber cept for those firecrackers too Jacksonville

Waltz" (John Thompson) Pitner Christmas Program was of Pi Beta Phi sorority. early in the morning We 00--------- .. ....... ., w ,..... _
Vandlviere."To presented. A program of Con Mr. Moore, son of Mrs. J. T. I I Starkeitea sho do get our holidays
(John Here's the little Texas who
Skyscraper" girl
a gregational singing, choir offer Moore of Plant City and the late mixedVe bang away on FLOWERSAU
Thompson) Madge Brownlee. ings. Prayer, and Scripture read- Mr. Moore, graduated from the took Broadway by storm last win- Christmas and celebrate the
"The Race" (Bathes) Bradley ing. Bradford County High School and ter with her tantalizing interpretation Fourth of July with funeral silence orders filled with careful could

Gleger Montandon During the first part of the I attended the University of Florida of "My Heart Belongs to But this is no time for lion for the requirement of the Indhid

"Busy Lee Corners"Overstreet.( )' program a goodly number 0:( gifts at Gainesville where he be- Daddy.." Lovely Mary Martin will bickering It's almost 1940! Special Attention given to promptnau i
Mary were brought to the Christmastree came a member of the Pi Kappa And so I say: May your New economy
"Mazurka" a piano duet (Ella soon make her bow in her first
by children of the Sunday Alpha fraternity. At present he Year be even more happy than
Ketterer) Miss Ruby Lllley and school and a cash offering was re is connected with the Coca-Cola Hollywood film. She poses herein your Christmas was merry Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone

:Mrs L. A. Canova. ceived. The gifts and money were Bottling Company in West Palm a brief cape of brown Alaska So long See you next yearCarolyn. 123.TltiiUjUiiwiiiiiwiui1iiiiimniti1''IUBIUI

Dyer"Chaconne" (Roubler) Jack given to homeless children and to I Beach. sealskin. ..'--.... ... -

Banjo Tune" (Louise Wright) the American Committee for Refugees \' '' ,"'IWIWH' I/IIHIIIIJ'UJ.lIIU/ "': > uiu'o! '.mi>uin" (',iiiinuuuiiuiiuiYear's"" ", / ( ,IYIIWIIIWIIIXUIXUIIIMIUMtlne.V/' '' ''
Clarice Thomas. Carolyn Callstreet :i
"Butterfly" (Grieg) ''Miss Jean The closing feature of the even-
Davis. Ing's program was a scene from a
"Knight Rupert" (Schumann) pageant. "The Light of The New
Virginia SeweU. World," by the Rev. Frank Dear- All, Hears All, Prints All Greeting

"The Skaters" (Wad lteufel) ing. The excellent characterizations I Ah
the irony of a columnist's Theta, at the University Quitean
Roberta Whltfleld. I and the effective lighting life! The very time I have honor, I say e
"Solveig's Song" (Grieg) Miss produced an impressive portrayal most to write is when I feel least Citadel t is certainly doing thingsto
Jean Davis and Mrs. Canova. of the coming of shepherds and like writing it During' dull "our" boys Jimmy Sewell
At the conclusion of the pro King to the Bethlehem Manger. week I'm all full of vim, vigor, and Junior Adkins have lost
Mrs. Canova, assisted by Mary the Mother of Jesus, and
gram, and vitality, ready to pound the beaucoup weight and John Chalker -
her sister, Mrs S. P. Vandlvlere, Joseph were played by Mrs. V. N. heck out of my Model T tYPe- stands straighter than an over
served light refreshments of popcorn Geiger and J. E. Hitch. Playing writer ,
-- and nothing to write, ly-honest ramrod They all
balls, cookies, and fruit the roles of shepherds were Jim about Then along comes look terribly impressive in w -
punch. Each pupil was presentedwith Frank and Bernard Jordan, and Christmas There's more news uniforms Wonder If their I
a musical calendar as a gift Billy Ovea- treet, The roles of In the making than at any other living up to brother Bill's recordof tS

of rememberance from the Kings were filled by Garland time of year But who can going demerlllesa during his!
teacher. Godwin, Joe Lander, and V. 7*. settle down to a typewriter at a first year?
----.-i Geiger. Children's parts were time like that? The All-Stars failed to twinkle
U. D. C Will Meet filled by Claude Johns, Mary Lee t
Santy pulled no punches, as far quite brightly enough and were I I ,
The W T. Weeks Chapter U Overstreet, Lilly, Rae Caldwell and as I could learn, and delivered the trounced by the Williston town I ,

D. C., will meet Wednesday afternoon Jimmy Brown Godwin. goods in true Clauslan fashion team t 50 to 0 in the Christmas)

January 3, with :Mrs. Assisting with costumes were Among the lucky youngsters rat- night game That's all right, __
George Roberts at her home f in Mr. J. G. Godwin and A. A. Jor Ing bicycles were Margaret and fellows We appreciate your
Lavtey at 3:30:: o'clock. Hostesses dan, as well as the parents of the JOB Monteith, Mack Futch, Josephine willingness to expose yourself to

for the afternoon will be children participating. Helping Johns, Peggy Ann Wiggins, a lot of bumps and bruises for pt
Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Hal Edwards, with music, and other back-stage Janet Anderson, Sharon Hall, and the sake of raising funds for the
Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. Louis. routine were A. W. Bates, Mrs. Stephen St. John Edith Rowe B. H. S. athletic fund Con-
II. Hill. Bryan.. Whitfleld. Mrs: Jim Rltch, got a beautiful watch (not from .Lla.ne.. 'hA Inn.I,. a .-S "oft'' I
aira ss. r<. ruicn--, uuu LJV, vv. n. Santa Caus, however) Doolie ;All-Stars"; :- 'had- 'never 'played' a', "L
Murphree. Mrs.. J. C. Wall read I
-- --
Davis looks fetching in her '
I green I game of football before, the\ score
the manuscript for herald parts jodhpurs and sweater to match wasn't so terrible, after all I ,
for the entire program. Santy must have known her color Then too Bill Plummer says they ..
The program and pageant were Clara Mae Knight and i.
I Evelyn were never able to get more than
I Il It I
arranged by the Community Minister -,
Ritch are proud of their new Mix seven out to practice at any one ;
the Rev. L. A. Shepherd, Masters and will probably) ,, bake time Simeon Phillips gave his"all"
and Mrs. W. E. Murphree.Recipes I
Santy a cake to show their ap- and a painful leg injury '

preciation Merry Beth kept him from enjoying the dance,
Knight (I hear) was the most although he made an appearance, Ei, ."
thoughtful giver in town She supported on the arms of two ,
presented her daddy with a hand- husky companions i
painted picture so he wouldn't I hear the town basketball team
Date Candy have to pay for his own present will be the best-dressed quintetin I Ii
Mrs. M. B. Herlong gave us the the state when they don their i
'tX1101 following! recipe for date candy I' The Christmas night dance was I new uniforms Incidentally, J;It
and at the same time she gave us all that could be desired All 'there'll be a dance in the Legion 't Ih 1940A
a most generous sample. So we the people I expected were there, Hall New Year's night and the
::. can certainly recommend it. It is and even some I didn't Rabbit proceeds will help for the
pay new
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I I one of the most delicious sweets Robbins made the music go black and gold outfits .
A c.pledencl.r we've ever had the pleasure of 'round, both and .
i swing A nice home-grown orchid to A New Year A "New Day" dawns for the nation. How encouraging the futor
or a cra A eating. thereby pleasing everybody Evelyn Bitch for that beautiful .
Still taffil his Off cash con./ .,."... I 3 cups of sugar. Santa Claus appeared just before colored light effect she arranged ;;i looks compared with conditions of only a few years ago. With better business conditions
1 cup canned cream. i midnight with gifts for everyone, around her doorway for the holidays !
No l ll-Joy too tin* can g+t 1 package of dates ((7 1.2 oz.1' and danced with all the ladles- Seemed to be more I reported on every hand, we feel that 1940 cannot help but be a very pros
tough package). even Mrs. J. W. .
Morgan trees, both Indoor and out than
me our DOES tnurane ITS STUTTIHARDLDC.WALL 1 teaspoon vanilla. Everybody got a toy, and Grace ever this year Wish some of I perous year for all of us. So ring out the old, and ring in the new! Let us forgeI

1 teaspoon butter. Rltch (Mrs. Carlyle) seemed our merchants or some organization I the troubles and worries of 1939 and work better 1940
together for and
1-" salt. a bigger
teaspoon highly pleased with her squeaking would take Call Street in (

1 cup chopped nuts. mouse In spite of the traditional hand and arrange for more lights Time turns a page, and on that fresh, new sheet we trust that naught will
Cook sugar, cream and dates female antipathy for same next year The one string at
until very thick, stirring constantly. Rosalind Williams surpassed even Call and Walnut helped out, but I written but many happy notations.

GENERAL P MNtflNfURANPLiASC Add nuts, vanilla and butter. her own usual good looks In flame It wasn't near enough There's

Beat until cool. Pour on waxed colored chiffon Wonder why nothing like colored lights to put We take this opportunity to thank for valued during 1939 andl
I When cool roll into small she you your patronage
PHONB e paper never thought of wearing red you In the Christmas; mood and I .
individual rolls, using powdered before? Mary Patten was a believe there'd be more, and j i to express the hope that our pleasant relationship will be continued during 1910 1fs I
--- -- .--- -- sugar study in deep purple Annie earlier Chrlatm ahnnntnar if *>IA
| Mae Kemper dazzled the in -- -; : with utmost pleasure that we greet Year. and our
eye a business section dressed' up a little i you on the eve of another New
red fox cape And Clara bit wish I is
For Health, Luck and Prosperity Flume was stunning In a frock Gene and Hazel Matthews found i: that each day of 1910 will be rich in opportunity and contentment for you and

i throughout the New she couldn't have bought any- themselves locked out of their your loved ones. To our many friends And may our
Year be sure to serve- where this side of Paris house after the dance Christmas I I we say, "Happy New Year!

Those awfully-youngtmen-about- night Such a feeling, they friendships grow throughout the coming year. "'e are looking forward to seeing
town Enos Hayes and Mike Dew at three o'clock in
say the
Hog Jowls took to the dance floor like ducks Ing Had to borrow a I you early and often in 1910.

I to water And Jerome Johns driver from Sam Alvarez I
i. made his debut as a rug-cutter skeleton key from Jack ya1llrn-1
and under the guidance of his cutle-of- before they could ever I

a-coualn Snookle Corpening bed --- .
ESTABLISHED Elaine Edwards looked charming. W. P. Smith in the pootofflce Ii I

1839 Black-Eye Peas ly old-fashioned I always did getting a half-cent stamp in his .
go for black velvet ribbon aroundthe change.Fine! he says. "I've 1'
neck Enjoyed seeing the had one of those
Jl" RULES"1] At Your New -.Year'sSMOKED things around
WHERE_ ,_ECONOMY_ JJ Pete Brlnsons at a function hereafter my office for three years, and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hatfield Jr.
??- --- Dinner J.
so long a time Hope now I can put this with It and use I W. Andrews,

they come again soon it!" That reminds me I
Everybody saying how attractive missed Mullet and Martha W Western Auto Associate
at the
HOG JOWL, Pound __ ___ 12c Huldah Corpening is with her dance They were in Mississippi Store A & P Food Store

white locks I add my stampof I understand Other
approval Always did ad- regulars who failed to show j Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
DRIED BLACK-EYE PEAS, 2 Pounds _________ 13c mire prematurely gray hair were Fred and Hazel Guy, J. up P. Green's StoreJ.

_.- The Guy Sales making their and Louise Warren Artford and
Christmas calls around town Tuesday Doshia Brown Don't let it D. Odom, Jr.
IONA-PKEPAJRED BLACK-EYE PEAS, 16 oz. can 5c He looking more handsome happen again, folks We miss Canova Pharmacy

.-. - than ever in two tones of you too much i West End Grocery
blue--or was It green Darby Next is .
year leap You
Jones was recently elected president boys better start practicing your Prop. Houston Service Station

5z52s of his fraternity Phi Delta broad jump right DOW I I like 1"" ,
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of LOCAL NEWS Mi- and Mra Earl Belcher of 1 1Rkhmond. | Break For Men The Woodman Circle Grove and T. Frank Land mm returned "

; 1 Virginia are upending ] .. he Woodmen of the Would will Tuesday after spending Christmas

.-. .- .-- i the: week at the home of Mm F II I c;, i hold their regular Installation ofafficers weekend in Inverness with
I L. Durshlmer at Key a t one iI on January :5 lit 8 o'clockin \ his parents Mr. and Mrs. 1. A.
\\IlIlIn.m$ are Mrs. Nancy Whitehead of De- MM Hulclah<< Corpening of I Heights. I the Woman's Club. Mrs. Limdrum. He was accompanied y

J)Irs. IIlI'k II'' MIami. Land spent Christmas day as the I Washington D. C.. wag visiting ,I \Maude Andrews, retiring guardian by his ni-phew Earl Brooks Mrs. ,

4ihle'\ week guest of Mrs. Vonda Inman. friends and relatives her during tx II I has completed plans for a Landrum and daughters, Idell and

')t Daytona the holidays. Miss Abbie Holden of Omaha beautiful Installation service and Martha, who accompanied \Mr.\ .

faam J "I MIss Clara Mrs. Annie Schell of Lake Hut. -- Nebr.. State Manager of the she will give a report at thin time Landrum to Inverness remainedfor

JI he guest ler is the guest this week of Mr. Mi-. and Mrs. Stanley Dennett Woodmen Circle in Florida was of her year's work. a longer visit.
the guest Tuesday of Mrs. Vonda
Mrs. Anderson. .
and George
spent Christmas i
Day in Jacksonville ----- .
Inman, Woodman Circle
and a re- with Mrs Bennett's parents. I Mr and \Mrs.! Wm. Struth had Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken<

1 program well' follow the John Inman of Tallahassee was Mr and Mrs. E. C. Hogan. Manager. as guest Christmas day Mr. and and \Mrs. Mary Dover had as dinner -
course the Christmas week-end guest of --.-- I Mrs W. L. Edwards and daughter. guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.

ritual I his mother, Mrs. Vonda Inman. Houston McClane Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Manassa 1 1uoo 1I Fredrlka and Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black and son. Jimmie,
of Atlanta,
Ga., and.daughter, Ann, and Henry 1i I Frank Bauknlght and daughter of Macclenny, Mrs. Addle Rltch
and was Christmas of
'W J. EPpeI'son, Jr. Protect your property with our his brothel' (I Managua and son, Henry, Jr allof i Jane Merrill all of Jacksonville and son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
recent sister.in-law, Mr. .
vary Sa('. were "No TrenpaHwlnK" ,"'//Cns. Ilrud- and Eustl were holiday guests of 5 I Maand Mrs. W.V.. Page and Hardy Douglas and little son
Mrs. T.
r Jack nville I ford County Telegraph.B. K. McClane Jr. sirs P. H. ManaSHa and Miss a son, Billy of Lake City Mrs. J. Hilly Bitch of Clover, S. C.,

-- --- I Mina Manussn. I S. Johnson and children, Sid, .Ir.. Floyd Hitch and Paul Ritch of
J I.. spent the' A. Pope of Fountain N. C., Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of j I -- and Dorothy of Plant City. Mr. Gastonia N. C., Leslie Bitch of

.! Flynn.Gainesville as the Is the guest of Judge and Mrs. A. Miami were guests Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and ;i"if.f. and Mrs. W. G. Struth and children Shelly, N. C., and Vernon Mc- I',

,In Gray. JrT Z. Adkins: and Miss Lois Aclkins. Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and family and their house guest. Mrs : Shirley, William and Nan of I Leod of Troy N. C.
,1, ,, M. Mrs. N. D. WainwrIght, Sr. I
Roy Smith of Tennllle, Ga., spent Jacksonville, and Merrill Struth ;
;:,.-- B L Williams Frank Inman of Albany. Gu. Christmas day in Lake Butler as i t 3 i Mo,: of Alarhua.I Mr. and Mrs Mallory Thomas

,1 Demorest spent was the Christmas weekend Mr. and Mrs. J.oJ.) Murphy and guests of Mr. Duncan's mother. I ____ ..?. I had UH dinner guests Sunday Mrs.
CAl '
F ,
\\R. Jacksonville. guest of his mother, Mrs. Vonda son, James Edward, Jr? of Mrs. Rosa Duncan.: Mrs. H. B. McLendon and II. O. Rivers of Auburndale. Mrs. "

1 In i Inman. latka were guests Christmas pao\\ |I daughter Jeannette returned W. M. Hodges of Brooker, Miss -

Williams of MI'. and Mrs. V. B. Mr. end :Mrs. J. J. Canova and : Wednesday to their home In Orlando hazel Thomas of Jacksonville, ;j'

Mrs. Tommy D. DuPont Murphry of Raleigh N. sons John and Edward and F after spending the Christ. Bill Rhoden of Hellbronn Springs, I ,
n )t and Mrs. T. C., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis and I A. Canova and daughters. Carolyn man holidays here as guests of Burney Horne of Kingsland Ga., i

ts of Mr George Flynn and :_Mr. and Mra.. K.J. children. Elizabeth and Junior, of and Mary Ann, of Gainesville Mra. McLendon's parents, Mr. und Mr and Mrs. R. L. Thomas, Mr. 1
--- no ---n
Flynn --I Clover, S. C., were holiday guests were guests Christmas day of Mra. E. S. Matthews. They were 'and Mrs. Cecil Thomas and two \

I 1 of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick.Mr. Mrs. E. E. Canova. accompanied home by Dr. Mc- children, Jeanette and Billy, Mrs 3

ntaWord Dr. S. Sternberg of Daytona ------ I Lendon who spent the week-end Fronnla demons, Miss Lorena i
and Mrs. James Hair of and Miss Lorena Ben-
here Dr and Mm. McLt'nlonIlInli Starling
week-end of
Beach was the guest Mr and Mrs. R. N. White and I
Lake City were guests Christmas S ,e daughter Jeannette drove to nett. I
his Mr. Mrs. N.
parents, and" daughter. Louise, of Plant City
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.land week-end of Mrs. Hair's parents, Marl ann" to upend Christmas day --.
cows .
TO BUY Sternberg.Don and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richarde
All Mr. and Mrs.\ F. C. Holllngsworth. with Dr McLendon's mother Mrs. KlblMmit llrudrord t
on I
Market prices paid ----- 1 of Jacksonville were guests durI -

( J. D ODOM. box 247 Stllley of Jacksonville was I 1.__ the' .(._lids y.e.* ...,.r. and Mrs.. ---- I T R McLendon. County Telegraph.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills and lllg/ I
Fla. 3-31,lyr.p the week-end guest of his bioiher- daughter. Miss Elizabeth Mills\ of W. J. Epperson, Jr. i Most axiy husband would be I
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. willing for his wife to buy this '-..
work to do. Jacksonville were weekend .. .
Tractor R. C. Buford. :Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mitchell of dress just on account of the ____ =- =-- I
and disking, grove 'and guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. I
Tallahassee were guests Christ- pockets. No need to burden -- = --
=- =-
at <
work Flume.Miss
fOrk. Good Jack Shepherd returned Mon mas week-end of Mra. Mitchell's your escort with rouge, lipstick

le l prices. See or write: 'day after spending some time in mother, Mrs. W. E. Torode. Mrs. mascara, and whatnot If you wear
t[Uoore, Starke, Fla. Eufaula Ala., with his brother, I. Mignon Sisson of Raleigh I Mitchell remained for a longer something similar to this anIiqueIvory j
12-14 4t N. C., spent the holidays with her I ,
Jr. her mother. lallle taffeta dress
P. Shepherd, visit with
mother, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, and I
to the waist and
ALIIi' 'Seeds that sue- Mr. Weeks at their home In -- clinging
seed Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Livingstonof Merrill\ McMillian, Junior McDonnell Ing into folds at the hips. ThePE'gtop
|t Western grown Brooker. ;
and Frow Strickland left pockets are embroideredin f 1
of ,
Also peppers tomatoes, Tampa are guests this week '
IS, and squash. PricesSee their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jones of Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday for Cocoa where they gold. : \

them at White's Mrs. A. J. Grlffls. arrived Tuesday night for an extended will be employed during the con- \ ..
struction of the new government Dr. S. P. Vandlvlere of Amerl-
Florida. 4t 1.19 with her soninlawand .
Starke visit
:{ .
the Banana River.R. Ga.. spent Christmas herewith -J' "
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale of Talla I. P. development cus. "' '. '
Mr. and Mrs. ) -
daughter. and \Mrs\ Q. ..'. -
j lENT: Furnished apart- last week-end Mrs. Vandlvlere .. 1.iU '- ":".'; '
hassee were guests > J "
Shepherd.Mr. Freeman Reg- He accompanied z.- .: \
and was
private bath, to couple of Mrs. Sale's parents, Mr. and F. Clark W. Alderman. t
children. Mrs. Geo. ister attended the Rotary Club home by Mrs. Vandlvlere
Mrs. J. B. Sapp. and Mrs. Louis Turner of Tuesday. who will\ spend'the We cordially extend to all
tsi. Starke. Itp meeting in Jacksonville and son, Pitner
Natchez, Miss., were guests of Rotary in
of the holidays
Walter D. Head, president remainder
JttLE-Chenp for cash. One All legal blanks! promissorynotes of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexander International, wits the guestof Amerlcun. our loyal friends' and curl.omens .c,

!ion Ford truck, 36 model. retain, title notes, carriedIn and Dr. and bl's. W. E. I, the Jacksonville Club at this --- -- -- L ( nil the joys of acompletely ,, ;
Bradford County'I
!s I**_ W.. H U. Graham at :J._ stock by the Middleton. time. Mrs. E. M. Thomas and grand -
New Year.SMITH'S -d
-- happy
Hlwrez' Store It Telegraph.Mr. son Edgar Wilkinson, are spend C
Mr. and Mrs.\ George Bennett of Mr.\ and Mrs. Eddie Wolf of ing this week In Green Cove C ,t
B Strawberry plants 10 and Mrs. D. L. Shaw and Jacksonville and W. T. Weeks t of Jacksonville were guests of Mf. Springs with Mrs. Thomas' swn- C '
none better. List two children of LaCrosse were during the C GARAGE'; ,
Tampa were guests and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Sunday In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
J. R. Sterling & Son, guests Christmas Day of Mr. and holidays of Mr. and Mra. Junk night. Mrs.\ Wolf remained over B. Mills. Mrs. Thomas was also C I

,, Ark. 13-29 4tpASLES Mrs. Mallory Thomas. M. Smith. Christmas Day and attended the the guest Christmas day of Mr. C STAKKK. FLORIDA I, ."f

FOUND Owner Anderson family reunion in and Mrs. Mills 1 I )
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee pent Mr. and Mrs. G. H Bennett I 12525'cSZ5ZSZ525c'Sri'.5252SZ5Z252SLS'5252525L5ZSZ52.S2.52.525Z25 5Z_

g and paying for adnwlll Christmas in Gainesville with her were guests Christmas day of Archer. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams had ii ... .. ,
receive same. See I ,I
son-in-law and daughter Judge their aon-ln-law and daughter, and ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown as their guests Christmas day ;
'A.' O. Andreu. 12-8 4tp
and Mrs. A. V. Long. Mr. and I Mrs Randolph' Boree, i in children, Marcus and Florence, returned Mra. Wllllam'a parents, Mr. and 'i}

.'-MIter dog. Has collar1k'1 Jacksonville. f' Wednesday after spendingthe Mrs P. R. Baggett, D. C. and P. ,'... ;<::,
Mrs. J. L. raz'eet;; And her house in Tampaas Wllllston, Mr. TipTop c. '
bn top And owners Christmas holidays R. Baggett, Jr., of ." ,
0. A. Green, A C. L. guests, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor The Rev and Mrs. W. R. Will guests of Mrg. Brown's mother, and Mrs. J II. Baggett and baby '\

1I.j{below. Finder notify Belcher and sort, Taylor. Jr, ofGarrlsonontheHud.90n. I moon of F'ulutka were guests Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, and Mr. Jean, of Leesburg, and G. B. Itag-
NY of their son and
h tTnderh 111 t Rt. 2, Christmas day Fitzgerald gett of Miami. t :
and receive reward. spent Sunday in Lake City with I daughter-in-law, MI' and Mrs A. W'XSHE Grocery iM.

3tp 1-5 relatives. I. Wilkinson. Woodfin hails returned Tues- I Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll
..:::.1 i I after Cornelia, Miss
Beach Lois
I day to West Palm and daughter,
|II I Miss Mary Brownlee returned spending Christmas here with his Lots Long of Jacksonville, ComerA. 1940 & Market

NAT SEZ: Wednesday to St. Louis, Mo., parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Long of Leesburg, and Dill

I after spending several days herewith Halle. He was accompanied by Long, a student at the Universityof Friday & Saturday

i vl Just 362 days before Christina I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. [/hIS brother, Jack, who will spend Florida in Gainesville, were Dec. 29-30 "

: folks no take my advice and start L. Brownlee. : the week there. guest Christmas week-end of \ ,

laying a little" away each week I .- their mother, Mrs. F H. Long ,

x now while the memory of jour \Miss\ Jimmie Holton, a senior Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Knight of I FOR GOOD LUCK 1940

recent financial trouble 1.. still at the University of Alabama i at Madison, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ep- Mr. and Mrs. Whiter Prlngle

fresh In your mind. Tuskaloosa, Alabama, Is the anti children of Keystone and small daughter, Elizabeth '

doctor holiday guest of her mother, Mrs. person Heights and Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeAnderson I Mrs. Mary Willard and daughter. I j Meaty Hog Jowls lb. 12/2c| :}!
An apple a day keep J. M. Rogers. I, were dinner eruests: KutHcn... Mr... and_n Mrs. Jack Norwood \ ,
away and a nlckle a day for a day of Mr.\ : and; Mrs. W. and Mr. and Mrs. B J,

whole year buys right smart of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Bitch !of I Christmas Epperson: Jr. Rivers. of Auburndale were visitIng Black Eyed Peas 2 Ibs. 15c 'i

sox and ties Gainesville were guests during I friends and relatives here and ,

Year. the holidays of Mr. Rltch's brotierinlaw I Mrs. P. L. Ackerson and child- at the State Farm during the holi I
New .
happy and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.
Arline und Joyce days.
S. R. Johns Jr. W. M Hodges of Brooker, and --- \ Macaroni or Spaghetti 3 for lOc

,-RIGHT NEW-- BIG SALE OF \Mr.\ and \Mra.\ Dalton Carter and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle had j ,
I Miss Eva Powell of Cocoa was daughter, Louise of Lawtey were as guests Tuesday night Mrs. (|I I'Hatle'

Topper Coats Ladies Coats the holiday guest of her mother, guests Christmas Day of Mr. and sister. Mrs L N. Sigman \

I Mrs. Laura I. Powell, and her Mrs. MelvIn McKInney.Mr. I of Social Circle! Ga., her brother \ Yellow Onions 2 Ibs. - 5c .5f;
AH colors and sizes Values to $12.50 brother-in-law and sister, Mr and J. O. Curtis of Atlanta, Ga., and ,

I Mrs. J. H. Fields. R. A. Thomas had as her her niece and husband, Mr. and COUNTRY KIST Oil LJNI>V '
J5.: $4.95 $6.95READQUARTERS $4.98$6.98FULL during the holidays Mr. Mrs Don Hough of Greensboro,

I Mr. and Mrs.A. Wall t of and guests Mrs H. M. Thomas of Fort N. C. They were on their wayto Peas Corn 3 25c \i i1

LINEof Kingsley Lake had a* holiday I' Lauderdale, Mrs. R. L. C. Miami and Havana, Cuba. or cans - -

guests Mr. and Mra! Frank Oren Thomas of Wildwood, and grandchildren "1\:\

For and Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Law lo, Iris, and Maralee I .
all of Winter Haven. I Thomas of Waldo, and their .. English \Walnuts 2lbs. - 25c 1I,
[ ns Work Pants SweatersMen --.---- -- ol*, ': mother. -f- ,
W. N. Brown .

Khaki and Blue Women Children Hampton Mr. and are Mrs.spending this weekIn .',.1,'I I] Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews of lb. lOc
of their I Choc. Gum Drops -
$1.25 Value Priced At Fernandina as guests, Mr. and the State Farm had as guests dur- or J

Our Last Each son-ln-Iaw and daughter ing the holidays Mr. and Mrs. ...- '
Price Only While They :; 'I
Mrs. John W. Napier. Waldo Pringle and little daughter t '
$1.00 $1.00HERE'S of Lake Alfred Mr. and Mrs --- .: I Fresh Coconuts each - 5c .,
Mrs. L. D. Vining rei of LaCrosse ,
j Mr. and D. L. Shaw and children NEW YEAR'SBEST _
after spending ,
', VALUE i turned Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richardson !
; SPECIAL | a week in Dublin, Ga., at I and children of Glen St. Mary, WISHES Peaches 1 15cIIKAVV
Can .
ON Cotton Blankets guests of Mrs. Vining's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wtllard and I 91; ::J.F Large can :

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Joiner. daughter. Patricia of Auburn- __ .

jl BlanketsSTART Double 66x76 Ft dale Mrs. Emma Rivers of 1)iXIDIXIE I l'\Kiil: HTANHAIU

WOOL Lieutenant, Ga.,lien and Sternberg Miss Doris Wll. I Auburndale. Mr and Mra.and P their B. swat o ,- SALES: I No. 2 25c
Good Weight Benning J., an Crews of Fort Myers CO. Tomatoes 4 cans -
Size 66x80Worth : son of Lakehurst. N. | niece, Miss Ruby Jewell Thornton ,".

Now Only guests of Lt. Steinberg's parentsMr. 'I 1 of Auburndale :,
$2.69 N. Sternberg. ttKVKff: IIOSKH! HKIJ-: KIHINOFlowr ,
and Mrs.

$1.95 $1.19EXTRA SPECIALON the Mills University-Vonda--Inman of--a Alabama Junior a i liTuskaloosa ;1 Dean of Pharmacy PerfectsRemedy iSL 75c 1n&fi'l :

WATCH FORANNOUNCEMENT Alabama, is spendlm .

Leather HENS: Jackets her the mother holidays, Mrs.here Vonda as the Inman.guest o:f, for Cold Coughs- Palace Breakfast Bacon, lb. 19c .4

OF OUR Durden an< rold- creosote for penetration." A base
II. A. ,
Mrs. I Nine ingredients
BLACK OR TANA Mr. and weekend and I) of genuine California fig\ syrup 1
were vitamins A are
"Bag of Sand" children of DeLand resisting Mentho-Mulsion a taste 20c
; you lb.
FEW I of Mr. Durden's parents combined into one treat/ medicineMenthoMulsion Dressed Hens - J
guests Durden. by the dean of will like. It clings to your ,
CONTEST Regular $7.50 Value Mr. and Mrs. A. A. of a large mid-western so ltd soothing, healing I
: Mrs. S. R. Johns, Ji pharmacy l ingredients act quicker, better."I .
and Mr. and This remarkable medicine -
EXT WEEK'S PAPER $5.98 university.stops coughing and relieves served in the army thirty. Gem Margarine lb. - 12 c I l
Davis an I Mr and Mrs. E. M. that terrible stuffed-up( feeling Jmt three years .l
Jean Davis; Mi i Mentho-Mulsion is gua- : In the Philippines, ;j-

IT PAYS TO BUY AT daughter Mrs.Miss J. L. Anderson an mediately.ranteed to rid you of your coueh: 1 Mr. George Morehouse.I Buffered! "and from for Rice 5 Ibs. 25c
and hurt two Grain
children; Lyle and Janet; and A.. due to colds quicker than any medi-cent the bronchial irritation years due to colds. Patna Large ,
Miss Virgin\! Jr. Mentho-Mulsion is the only preparation -
W. without question.
Anderson will be "
Anderson, and JobA Duren vitamins A and D, that Rave me genuine relief.
Besides lOc
spent Christmas Day t'_t Mentho-Mulsdon contains seven Mentho-Mnlsion Is endorsed by Smoked Bacon, lb. - ;
Andes and guaranteed by
Emma: and neighbors
Archer with Mrs. soothing, healing oil* unguents your
son. A family reunion! was ea Including highest quality. beechwood- leading druggists ev rywh re.- dv. .
-- ty
ttu, joyed at that time.

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.-- LIVE STATE :Milton, Do'm,,
= Tobacco I '" Sill
Excess --I
I SECTION I, Excellent Progress .._ -_. year-old high ...n. .1 [
Prices unl
May Affect n'_ -
In Pastures -- REVERSE JAIL BREAK fatally shot by
.. ._.u_ ___ ___ _. ________._ ..n. ----- r rn. rr Jacksonville, -- No other state Gainesville, -.. Pressure of excessive I'OST OFFICE UNDER turned WJ\Y out en Orlando.---Pollee arrested a fel- of his compal1,, Billy a.J

flINTS FOR THEhOUSEhOLD has made more progress In pasture tobacco stocks, especially Cocoa-CllIzens witness ceremonies low here for trying to break Into 14, in a hunUn dent r J

RURAL \ development during the past flue-cured and burley together mass last Friday to the :aylng jail. Chief Billie Smith said Howard day of last W".' ,!II
uncertainties of foreign sales that attended caught, hacksaw In 1C
COMMON SENSE three years than Florida with for a new Lee, was jury held th" (

OF WATER i iTo I Farmers and business men attending combine to make the tobacco of the corner stone and Federal hand, assiduously working away avoidable acchl"n'' clng .f"I' ,
TRAIN YOUR DESIRES water the second annual pasture situation for 1940 less promising, $70,000 Post Office on one of the large padlocked

The beginning of the new year l Isa drink 01' not to drink I I luncheon of t b e Jacksonville J. Lee Smith agronomist with Building dool's. Lee explained that he had NEW, TltAlN SIltED ,11P''

Beason of making reBolutions-- with meals Is a question often I Chamber of Commerce recently the Florida Agricultural Exten- I just returned from Chicago and. NOl'thbounli. tIo,

few days. For discussed by people who are anx- were toM this fact by H. G. Clay- sion Service said today.'The ,A "'UO TIME"; iNDUSTRY learning his girl friend was a No. 2 Leaves !or
tn a tIf1I
to be broken bus to conform to good dietary I ton, administrative officer in growers' recent adoption I Lakeland--Polk county's cattle prisoner, decided to join her for No. 192 Leaves 6 .. A ,
1940 there Is only one rural practice. charge of the Agllcultural( Adjustment of marketing quotas for 1940 I industry noW represents an Investment the holidays, the chief said, No. 108 Loaves t jl p 1

which I would suggest for That la., The United States Department I Administration program tn should go a long way toward correcting -' of $4,000,000 with 7-: No. 102 Arrives ,'i. p

residents of Florida. 'In the new Year- Florida, with headquarters In the unbalanced fluecuredtobacco 000 head of cattle grazing on "'CORRUPTJON"Miami I Southhtmd1'4o. ,'11''
of Agriculture INVESTiGATE:
learn hoW to want for the People thIng book Food and Life" slates that Gainesville situation" he said. I: 800,000 acres of improved rangeland Beach--J Edgar Hoover i. Leaves I I .-1:> }, '

which are really needed food this state's under fence, according to No. 191 Leaves tn '.'
flush p
reported "
bad enough unless water Is used to Clayton The Extension agronom 1st. director of the Federal Bureau of 21 1
who want a thing to avoid chewing farmers have established 149,000 bright county agent pal Hayman. Federal No. 107 Leaves 40 A .
somehow to get Into the stomach however. pointed out some I Investigation, Bald agents
generally manage properly. there seems no adequate acres of Improved pasture during spots In the tobacco situation I were conducting a "bird-dog survey' No. 101 Leaves 7 00 A },

It Improvement reason why satisfying amounts of the last three yeara. He and after studying the outlook re- flEST AGE OF 110 of crime and civic COJruption; NO'I'It'Ii: (ii'By
Miss Virginia Moore, home taken atmealtime. Bald that the pasture Sanford-Ml's, Jane ,
be United the
the water should not other speakers port recently issued by the I fol- In the Miami area "Miami wall pow.rnoa,1 it
with 110
of of
specialist not the age
should contest sponsored died here at
Children Improvement of Agricultural selected
Bureau places Bradford
Department States. several one of a group County
of iIa
Demonstration ,
state Home allowed to fill up on water. by the Jacksonville civic group, Increasing em- I lowing an illness which included calls an electlnn
that bo .__ .. Economics. With by the attol'ney-gent'ral eld .
takes advantage of one 'n I"v C"nuntv___ on dew, JRn"U'v, .D, '*0..
the wita n nun .J "
before or during seconu y ear montns, corn in --oT ''lUlu
however. just now In ILS and Improving Ark.. Louis- den
a fll1lnl
Hot Springs .tat I
ployment ( ,
tact !n encouraging farm women and early part of a meal more year to run has contributed conditions. domestic September 21, 1829, Mrs. Hl11yard I Kansas City and Chicago. "; psciai 'i'axUradford Beh, 'Mtrlet t Ora,
bUSlneSS\\ asMellonville lana
improvement then known (
home advancement Sanford.
to want water as materially to pasture moved to rlda,
class Hot
and cigars cleaned
until they get Some authorities of cigarettes of 18 Her We've already up purpose of elecll1".. hr.e
on wanting It Nassau, st. Johns Baker at the age and
keep She food and some do not But all In Duval will continue to Kansas City and LouisIana fixing Iho mllld!!, for
War Springs
better. a
made killed In the aulnatwo years '"
their homps and husband was Ih,
the that water as well as oxy- Clay i averred Now we're working on Chicago of holding said ".,
tells this story to Illustrate agree foodstuffs is essential to Pl'lze for the second year In smith explained. Between the States, I II tog are tiamed .i J l the
de.airee and The report. Mr. and Miami. \hRlle'
but often practical gen awarded as fol- McKinney FrtLnk AIJ'rnMh
simple contest were
water the
rural people. human life In addition to indicated that flue-cured I ATTOItNiy GENERAL -.- Davis ana Riley WaMllon CI
of lows FOR A, '
: lSecrotaL.Tl
and In beverages will suffer the 1rllfl8
The Zeb Allgood family lived drunk plain consumed Establishment pasture on cropland growers probably To- West Palm Beach.-A former I MARKET IS ACTIVEWauchula : .(
also are
large amounts sharpest decrease In expol.ts. Ha r d e e county
developed M. commissioner -
In a section which oil was country.being One In foods. Many common foods are more of than Hastings.10 acres first: ; tal supplies reached a new high circuit judge and city one-time vice- truck growers have pocketed the COLDS Cause Dbc
all an water. Hancock and mayor
a huge gusher came In on, more than 50 percent contain B H Thien of Dinamore S.\\ mark this year as the 1939 crop chairman at the state Democratic -\I sum of $20,874.3i: from the sale _
night look dry -
Even those that exceeded the annual disappearance through the local For relief
the Allgood farm and the family Establishment of pasture Thus Executive Committee{ has en- II of their products quick 6

was catapulted from penury to some moisture of raw land, to 10 acres: A. by 200,000.000 pounds.will be tered the race for the Florida attorney .. State Farmers' Markets since from the misery

Zeb Allgood dldn't know The bodies of normal persons Skinner of Jacksonville, B. H. stocks a year hence generalship. He Is E. D. the first of December A total of of cold take 666 _
riches. much than present re- 'I.
what to do with all the money the same size do not vary Carlton of Jacksonville, C. L. Bod- materially larger and DonnE-ll 9746 packages went through the
accounts With quotas Liquid Tablets Salts!'
he decided to let each member In water content din of Dinsmore J. L. Irvl of cord stocks. 1940 auction and are listed as follows:

of so the family have what he or she for about 60 to 70 percent of body Callahan, L S. Sheffield of Jacksonville average yields, howeverr exceed CONE DELAYS DECISION 'I Cukes 355, Peppers 6,668. Yellow Drops
In the not
Is should
wanted most. weight Some of this and John Arpin of JacksonvUJe. production Tallahassee, Gov. Fred p Squash 270, White Squash 385,

wanted one of those bit form 6f blood urine. sweat, and first to sixth In order. 660,000.000 pounds Cone said he will walt "unUl after Eggplant 1,287, Okra 9. Snap THE u:2L
His son
painted In sporty tears. The muscles. digestive Establishment of pasture on the first of the year" before makIng -\ Beans 401, Tomatoes 229. English

automobiles and with a loud horn at- juices, and Internal fluids of the raw land more than 10 acres: Canton H. W. Gray of Jackson- a definite announcement as Peas 75, and potatoes 69 hampers, S TE

colors tached. He was told to go to eyes and joists contaln large proportions Skinner Carlton. l3oddin. C. B. villa W. M Masters of Elkton J, to his candidacy for the United -.

and It-to satisfy his of water Relker of Jacksonville, Sheffield G. Gustafson of Green Cove States Senate. Last month the KEEl' IT ON YOUTallahasseeOne _
town get ic;
.rL's dellre. The daughter One reason why water Is needed and Max Witten of Jacksonville, Springs and S. I. Sneller of Jack- Governor declared "it Is my Idea of the duties ? MSv

h&could simply, "Pa, I always constantly, Is to keep up the first to sixth In order.Improvetuents sonville, first to slxlh. now that I will be a candidate." of the new Highway Patrol will
say of normal body al- Improvements to pastures, more
necessary supply to pastures drivers' IIc-
did want one of those organs be to check up
Another Is to transport 2 to 10 acres: than 10 acres: Nolan, Canton
play at church on Sun.tav. fluids. ready established, TItIPLETS BORN eases and motorists are urged to
like they
b4 with I food through the digestive system! W. .1. Nolan of South Jacksonville, Gray and Whitten, first to fourth. Gainesvllle---Triplets-belit'ved their -
She was told to go _.. keep tbelr licenses on per.Sons
.J. and to help eumlmne'L. th e was t e ._ .._ .. I. I" IueI.ury of _n
the ion and get the organ. lV UC LilO LJfL JR tue -- al; au times wnen urivin g.
products of the body. Water Gainesville were born lo Mrs. officers are also
turned to City and county
Finally, the old man helps to regulate body Griffith, an employe In a driver
I licenses. Every
wife of many years checking
his faithful tempera-\\
and inquired as to her wants lure and takeR part school cafeteria The youngsters of a motor eRr In the state must JACKSOtV1"LLE'LEADING

"Now, Mother, you have stayed chemical processes I -two girls and II boy-averaged I have a driver's license whether OTEEicry

with me through ups and downs, body. six pounds at birth, Friends re- 'I he happens to be the owner of

thick and thin and I want you to A normal' man of average size, D LOU/.5 R2DIuatC ported the mother and children the car or not, while the car owner Othliaodri.

want most In living and working under comfortable as doing well. I Is equally guilty should it be ksi
the thing
have you
Featares & Photo Spitdicote i"- '
of temperature i
world he said. conditions disclosed that his car Is being SUMMER
the ,
thinkin' and and humidity loses about one and C. HANDY may well claim title to the term SLOT M.CH1NE: fo; DESTltOYED driven by someone who does not COMFORT IocsUbsbt..t
"Well, Zeb, I been of water a day Louis : Mlaml-Slot ma.chlnes once opo: iotradio.
a half pints WILLIAM The I3ues." As composer or "SL ''possess a licen e_
I b'lIeve I'n take a good sharp all''from or .and VeniCe.bUnt,.tnywith
through the skin and In the Dlues" and other rolkA. crated In Florida with the State'sblessing I' 4.ltlli .-
I can cut wood without so !Blues! :' "Memphis flues, 'hleate Street __ I I Ina.ipdnq aaar. 5,4lmitp.
ax. so she the lungs Heavy perspirIng __ ._ -_ a.. _ _ but outlawed for more ,I OS NES: mnno!: Dunnlngk.wutao..vyPOPULAR
much trouble. she said as Another 11m American mus 5'. iie -r.Ixu PizzIcato !
this 1000s. than two still up
of Increases from wbld I jazz: and swing years Tallahassee, Bids will be received -
years pattern 01\\ i PRICED
the drudgery '
recalled loss of two to five pints a day music derive. Irving Caesar's new versions from time to time More than 100'ot

in tho past. occurs by way of the kidneys and ---- Now. nearly a nursery rhymes which adroitly them, worth about $10,000, I January 16 by theState COCKTAIL LOUNGE on
I the safety campaign now cur- Road Department for constructing COFFEE SHOP
of century -
In the summer more Quarter a stress destroyed on a Circuit
bowels were
the country are I of the st. Johns
I after "St. rent throughout the span
lost through the Sheriffs deputies,
water is usually in the Court order
Louis Dlue winning extensive comment River Bridge at Jacksonville. Otha I.I r..nd Bern
OUR MILK "kin and lees by the kidneys, than was compo9Cd, a I prus. I with big hammers, beat the slot I Engineers estimated the project 4.,.,'ott.Chettovo_has 0.\010.

In winter symphonic art Hoagy Carmichael-Is the latest ofBroadway's 1 machines and other counter devices -I at $600,000. It will be the last
r8cJmmenitat1on rangement baa Into a tangled mass.
No general can completed cOlJ1posen to win a Ill- .._ I of three contracts for the hriitp .

be given IoIS 10 how much water a been after flve years crative contract from Hollywood. i, which will be feady for travel BUSINESSPIREC10R
person needs. since activities people and or work, and the The bazooka most closely associated Sanford-Edgar S. Waits 22, I within a year. Two other contracts -
so widely In their plaintive negro with the Arkansas comedian provided for foundation
climates, wear melodY mayi.nnn be the .vas killed by a bullet accident- i
live in different Bob Burns will probably piers I lithe river and approaches
take Its instrumental fired from his own rifle as i
and eat different exploited ally
different clothing, next most widely both sides of the river. The
; on
Seldom Equalled foods The satisfaction of Loul. R.'d place onAmeri.cac novelty. Bazookas were the he was returning from a hun ng I II without
will operated
takes care of the concert programs-companlOI\ principal souvenirs given away at f I trip. Officers said Waits and a I II bridge

Never Surpassed thirst usually piece perhaps. to DVOI'ak's "New the recent music trades convention, companion sighted a deer, and' tolls
need for water World Symphony"Handy the Hotel New Yorker The dri
at I Waits his rifle :
that as up
continues other to win night honors the ,. .tTtLnesmtths from the floor of the truck In How To RelieveBronchitis I thateverybo

All legal blankl promissory, -for. .the u.work.- u.I-Too jtUC&UI aGnl'IRlinn.,_.. and_._- the- would like 10 glortl/l./ which they were riding, the ham-
PETERSON'SDAIRY title notes carried ;uL:: LOUIs CIUSIC J new feminIne suriante -
notes retain the mach-
of of
National AssocIation fn their Bong mer struck the body
In stock by the Bradford County Musicians pre the .
Negro lUlu. ht the oil namesoOti't Inc and discharged weapon

Tell'groph. I sented him with a make wav. DIIIOI, Funeral services will be held to-I I / knowsOCACOLA

---- plaque fur his composition. 4deUne, Annll1. Gene morrow flronchltis, acute or chronic, 19 an .
handy Is a high 'eve. Marl are still inflammatory condition of the mu-
INSURE WITh ranking memller 01 the rld&n(1 high and IrluniphanUII. cous membranes Uning the bronchial I.
American Society or I'INES IS BIG :1\I.\1\ID: tubes. Creomulston goes right to the ,

N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. Composers Authors and Olustee-The shipping period seat of the trouble to loosen germ ,,1(

Publishers (ASCAP), Edna Thomas II &lnger -' Is In full swing at the Florida laden phlegm Increase secretion and ......
LIABILITY nONDS which aid nature to soothe and heal raw nOT.
AUTO organization
LIFE the to have
FIRE I. said Forest and Park Service nursery inflamed bronchial mucous
the pertormlngI ,
protects .0nleth&1I11 new in the here and about 100,000 slash pine Tell druggist to sell
membranes your
FLORIDA ot America's crea ARE
TARIE rights half WE
Phone 13 wa/l/ 01 a book-olle being shipped daily you a bottle of Creomulslon with the
seedlings are
I bra of mllslc. Southern
devoled to like
that are
understanding you
: The hIgh honors" L' -- 80nos. the other hall to to large and small landowners allover I the way It quickly allays the cough EXPERTS
-- -
the Si. .w.
heaped upon Southern eook'1\g But Florida About 2,000,000 or you are to have your money back.REOMULSION.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR I Louis Blues" were not Wm. C. HandyASCAP ,,;hot', nelO in that TIle): plants have been shipped since I CARPENTER'S

My Many Yean Experience Makes It POlllllble for l\b to Reader predictable_____--.. In when IQ'_.__It It..was. ... ( ) COKntrll" flUi ot J pcopIe! December 1. and the entire crop I. ." ._ n .ctnre.;.,!. .
III u -- -
calls brsinging.
IJ1'FICIENT!: 1'01\11"1' and COURTEOUS SERVICE dY."U'JU''U a natIve of Florence, Alabama who say Southern cooking Is expcted to be disposed of by fgrtgughslIhestlloldslSronchltls I The IWAilU

MODERATE rRICESDeWITT conceived the Idea for his Indigo I IA January 31, according to Nurseryman r

C. JONES tribute to St. Louis ten years be- that remains popular James E. Mixon. I
along HOME
fore It was written. Strolling I" thIs era 01 I FUNERAL
Sta.rke Florida the river front of the city lookIng more than aLe: weeks I BOREE
he beard the melancholy radio I.t II phenomenon. "Contnental" .\ BOLD hOLDUP. Undertakers Supplies I
for a job Fell on Alabaml1" Full line of Caskets &;
chants of negro levee workers and "Stars and Ocala-In one of the boldest AMBULANCE SERVICE

IhIIU_. flRW lie needed money to complete his belonged When" currently fll thts elcus.fl II phenomenoa4It "Where hold-ups ever known here, a DAY AND NIGHT I

education for the mlolslry. lIe is the mod seductive .weelmeal masked negro entered the reBI- 1St PIIONE- IS"

got a Job his on the mind levee about and quickly his fl1' front the Rodgers and liar conectionarll.lllee dence of Mrs, R. Renolds, and at G. II. BENNETI' Mgr. I
ture He had become fascinated "A Song In Mjl/ lltart.'t the point of a gun took $350 from "A nOME-LutE INSTITUTION"We

MEAT by the songs-had decided to ,_1pNetea' the pockets of Mayor M C Izlar .

transpose their plaintive. simple' hear any more 01 thong of Ocala and B. D. Walton, McIntosh _

beauty Into orchestral musIc. nit" who taught the Duke 01 Wind.zor druggist who were among

Cigar Box Blues to play/ the banjo.. the. texas guests in the home at the time.

CURING'No ".St. Loulll Olues" was ftrst Bcrlb- p h one. 'fill-- snore d runs. In'lf' uueie. With a handkerchief tied across I

bled on a cigar box. Handy had the lower part of his face. the
the work on his The playing of the old
planned to publish distinguished negro entered the house through
becomes a
wanted 10,000
own account ad the kitchen and appeared suddenly -
copies which would cost $tOO. Hut event when tbe Pbllh.armonlc ; I
Justs Its ftoIdles. Nothing like the in the dining room. where Mrs.
he had onlY $2U In cash. After Borne
"Dlue Danube" for paInting a must and her guests were
search he found a printer In CIa.cInnati Reyn01.
Increase in pricesYe to turn out the copies 00 cal Picture of galaxy and romance gatherrd. Chief of Police John H '\

the strength of a $aO deposit, lie Yet beneath Its imperIshably lilt Spencer said.Noucs ,
sold the origInal shIpment or 2,000 Ing strains there Is the insistent

copies at live cents each withIn a note or pathos remIndIng one that : OF APPI.IC..TIO'i FOIL I
few days after thtJlr arrival' which life and love are fteetlng. I' 'r.'x ....:.:..
cub to tor ("' ."AI. 11111 ",,,_ itia) I

gave the rest hIm of enough the order, pay There Is a persistent legend ici! 'I'hat NOTfl.i I.. U.: is t'oweil HEREBY holder uIVn of Tax,I

% Specialize In Sugar Enlarging hIs publIshing actlvl. musical circles that the best sat- C.rtlflcats Number..1

ties he formed a partnership wIth phonlsts come from IJoston. A fact. ha 165 an.t tiled; 86I\ '':.uel't: :r..peCUV.IY.\; \
not bragging
the Cabotte. surely are
one Pace aD oftlclal In a MemphIs has made application : ]
bank Conlldeut be had something about to the Lowells. to be Issued th.reol1.br .

lout of the ordInary 1&1 music handy Said es'rtificatee respectively rl'h'.i(
Cured Meats the phonograph for the current importance the following
ought to Interest One reason'
properties In the County of Bradford -
companies. Out the recording rajahs of piano teams la tbe& Ntate of !Florida tn-wit: I wish for )'ou and yours
of that period could see nothing' In ability to fit 11\ with almost any Certificate No 165, .mbrac. P1I4 ''I i
"St. LouIs I3lues... They told hIm kind of pr Rram. They are hel1rd' of' iE''. & E of NW'4 of : I a full measure of life's best !j
Section It Township 8 South
fad that would Boon die with baritones and!
blues was a regularly tenors Range 22 East, containing 60 Acres
It was a long uphill battle for sopranos. croup singers and mas- more or less. things in the year to come, andS ;
l1andy. Eventually several blues hers of ceremonies. with male and Certificate No. tell, mhrcee5W
singers used It In their acts and female commentators, on a variety % "f SW% & V4 of SE'4 of hope that every success, every
sw;.. Section 12 Township 6 South,
little by little It bfogaa to gain reeoognltlon. of subjects; with dance and concert Range U Hae'4 containing 60

GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD It was not long befure It orchestras and lastly by themselves. Acre.. inane or Ie... joy be yours. :
was sweepIng the cuuotry. Up to TheIr musical fare r.nge The assessment of the aid prop-

STORAGE COMPANY this year more than a million copies from Jazz treated symphonIcally to : tJ 165 Iiflder we.said:in certificates th. name of No..1. liChalkley .
I of the piece have been Bold. It boldB symphonic themes In Tin PaD Alley) a, Bro,
the record for recordings. Its total phrases from Mother Goose dItties Unless said Certificate. hall be
sales In this field exceedIng 2,000.000. arranged beyond recognition to redem-d accordln to law the
J. L. GEORGE, Mgr. It 'S now definitely an American works of such moderns aa Gerab-' properties. described therein will b.
sold to the highest bidder at the
clasalc-tbe only blues that Is. wIn. Orate Carpenter Atter. Fille.I Court-houe door on the first Mon-
1067 1201 N. Grove St. day In the Month of January 1940, DARBY'S STORE
Phone which: Ie the ht.. day 0' January
a 940.
GAINESViLLE FLORIDA I SO YOU WANT TO WRITE A SONGU Wellhcft: Dated this 11th.. day of No..mbn. -
I A. D. 1939. John 1\1. and Chas. A.
L Have Your Title i in the First Bar or the Chorus.a COFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford
-I County Flerld.. U-l It U-19



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n Here's To Your Health ,

4 T ptf0ot METHODISTR. Frank nqbln.on Rev.PnESBYTEUIAN Chas H. Allen, "I,EPISCOPAL'"lrlo.'* hur.-h I Sunday CHRISTIAN School "" Guide to the SouthernmostState" without offending a! a dictator. I And How To Keep It r.c" I IVhen 1

Pastor Pastor Rev. Fred Terkes. Jr. Mrs Ira Wllmm Supt! ( Oxford Press), the most The book successfully combines ..
harm;:, Buv'' H.! K. Perryman Rector Sunday School comprehensive guidebook ever IIfo of a relatively moderate tem < ', '
C 8ahoolgrhool Organist s"nd''y,8chool' Supt. 10 o'clockcntncnoFIIRIrr \ tne family food budget' standard milk ordinance, operating
Gen. Superintendentof Mr, E. .. written about Florida, has Just in the
At. Davis > Ella J. Same po piney woods with the faces the of
Church School necessity being in many localities, set forth
':( .M. Church School Supt OrlfanIIt; been published. Compiled by the good-time propensities of the east
f te. Church School Roy Mathew. Mrs H. C. Brown WPA Federal I sliced the healthiest way the\ minimum standards for pasteurization -
Writers Project It coast. It has
M. ,
caught a
Harry feeling
amp d, Church School Services Pickup housewife can meet the situation of milk. Proper pasteuri-

Trtlninget Service It Worship A. M. 10 A M. Sunday 10 School, Bll>'lo Study:: r" I p ?", ,I contains descriptive over 200.000 words of for the subtleties of the engaging Is to Increase the consumption of zation requires that the milk be '\",.
A. M. and "
1evtre, Morning Worship Sermon and The interpetatlve conflict between the native milk and cut "
I properly pasteurized heated to and kept at a temperature 'II".
Evening! Worship 11 A, M. Sundays __ 11 A. M.Friday Lord's Supper 3pm I I material on subjects relating to and the tourist-In short, between i
1 M. down on some other commodity.For of 143 degrees" Fahrenheit for \
etin4ril 7:30 P. ; \'MJ
t jt Service etry
< :: Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. 7 so p. M feundayMIX. the state's background and on the Yankee and the Southerner I "'
'. I ; milk 9'
Young Peapl Holy Dayi..lo A. M, generally recognizedas one hour, chilled quicklyand
Cnova League Meeting : ALLIANCE cities, leading towns and high- yet viewed with other recognized the most nearly perfect single kept refrigerated.The 9

6:30: ( P. M. MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Pr,'"ldent I ways. aspects, this seems one of many food there Is. Health departments process of pasteurization If '<

IL pored Prayer Meeting' P.M. Sponsors: by The Uev Frank Starke Is represented on the characteristics that actually make I add the requirement of properly carried out, kills disease-

d qtr De con. Wedne MM. F.
1 ; llier'ftTJU. Organist J. T. Quigley Quigley The Rev Leslie phasis upon agriculture and industry most. cause experience has proved that milk Some of the more commonly -

.. Mr.. El. K. Perryman, Bible Study, each each EVlllllfelletic Friday and Service Sun. .1 Shepherd ; the greater part of. thevolume's The single volume, surprisingly this most nearly perfect food Is known varieties that thrive In.

povell Aceletant Organl.tOb Tueii. evening T,:10 day evening 7 so HI''IRrTr''aeu'1' material on turpentine light and convenient for tourists, also capable of harboring disease milk are germs of tuberculosis,

65 --' -.--. .---. I Is found here. Kingsley Lake, falls Into three sections: one, devoted germs It it Is not pasteurized according scarlet fever, typhoid fever sep-

i II I Penney Farms Gold Head Branch to subjects of a general, to recognized scientific tic sore throats, et cetera. If

Jones Churches Have Better Demand State Park and the Florida State nature; the second to principal standards." milk Is not properly pasteurized

Union Service I Farm are given concise, Informa- cities; and the third, to highwaysand The reason U Is necessary to all the germs are not killed and

Larger Acreage, tive discussion. A reading of the the majority of towns from qualify the statement about milk's the protection U. not 100 per cent.

ills/ On Here Christmas Eve Is 1940 Forecast tour and city sections shows that around 13.000( population down to being the "most nearly" perfect Pasteurization does not change "

Hereafter i the Starke vicinity's distributionof settlements with populations leas food and not say outright It Is the the food value of) milk In any way f

The climax of the Yuletide season -. Gainesville- Increased, acreage points of interest, in conven- than 100. In addition there Is "most perfect" Is the fact that Its other than destroying some of the ,

was reached In the First in truck crops for fresh market I ience to travelers compares very good photography, a large index, bulk does not make It satisfactory Vitamin C content. Vitamin C Is

American Youth Congress I Methodist Church on ChristmasEve following the trend of the past favorably with other sections of an excellent chronology and a as a single article of diet. the antiscorbutic vitamin and Is ,

endeavoring to obtain Sunday. Features observing. two decades Is expected to resultin the state. In this AS in many endar of annual events. cal-I Milk Is rich In butter fat, sugar, found in great abundance in 6

IfI\\ slightly larger supplies than other respects, the Guide should The distribution of protein, calcium and phosphorus. orange and lemon juices and fresh f ;

,0u from prominent peopleg the event had been In evidence I., the record production In 1939, Dr. be enlightening to native Flor- such that no one or several dl- I It Is deficient only in the amountof vegetables Lemon juice was Introduced

the work of the Dies I during the .past several days in F S. Jamison State Experiment Idlans. It brings out the distinct visions should be held forth us1' Iron. And since iron is essential In the British navy in f

wee. The attitude of this I which the people were preparing: Station horticulturist, said today recreational" and economic values claiming im especial distinction I to a healthful diet It must be 1795 as a preventive and cure of \ '.'

atlon toward the invest- themselves not only for a rich in discussing the 1940 outlook Issued I of each area as has no other apart from the rest of the book. I supplied by some other food. scurvy and it was thus that the t t

being( made by the Dies by the U S. Bureau of Agri- book. However, as good examples of the I II In calories, one quart of milk Is familiar term "Limes" became

plttee( l II all the evidence the material .observance but for a. cultural Economics Of additional interest to readers {I scope and style, we suggest the l! equivalent to one pound of round applied to British sailors It still r

0 needs to prove that there beneficial spiritual reward of the here is the fact that Bill Duncanof Contemporary Scene Natural steak. And even If the housewife sticks. Scurvy first developed
Quoting the outlook
friendly feeling report Starke over-stocks on milk and some of' the sailors as a result of
Kit lean be a season. Opening the Christmas Jamison explained that was "tour editor" of Setting History, Agriculture, among

lit hearts of the members of observance several weeks ago the higher prices for truck slightly the publication. Others *from Education, Newspapers and Radio It turns Hour, there are still many' an unbalanced diet and too many l'

Lpnlzatlon toward Commu- II crops as a here who were employed duringthe Art and Architecture essays, the ways In which It can be utilized dried foods. "
pastor, the Rev. Frank Robinson, group and larger cash Incomes to
a, Beware of any man who conducting the Prayer meeting producers are project were Julian Peek Jr., stories of Jacksonville Key West. as a food. Anyone eating fresh vegetablesand
expected in 1940
tot want anybody to ask services for Red Kerce, and Miss Louise. Den- Miami, St. Augustine, St. Petersburg Milk Is nearly 100 percent' digestible drinking orange juice or lemon
three weeks on the despite )
tloDS. Beware of any theme "A Prelude/ of Christmas" plies. This prospective larger sup- mark. and Tampa; and tours 1, 2, and therefore completely juice need not fear scurvy. / I;'
que I development Is expected usable. the In additionto Even::: small amounts of these foods \
that objects to be- Aside from Its practicalities asa 5, 7, 13 and 20. by body. s
ijuljatloi Investigated. If these young On Sunday morning the 17th the to result from Improved de- guide the work has a signifi- Because of its length ((600 the butter fut, proteins and supply sufficient vitamin C. Thus tit
used his theme mand
pastor as "When conditions In 1940, he said.
loyal to the traditions cance that can be doubly appre- pages) this Is not the sort of energy-producing sugar already can readily be seen that even
"i It are of our Govern- the Angels Sang"; at the evening Although Full truck crop acreageis ciated in times like these. The book that will be picked up and I I mentioned, milk in also rich in viI though' some vitamin C Is sacrificed I
,principles hour a beautifully presented play, usually small in relation to I
tamins. And its calcium and phos- by pasturlzatlon It is more
under suspicion of writings of many individuals have read within severnl days, like a
'et and are | directed by Mrs D. P. Carpenter, national acreage a 6 percent I I essential than for the safety ..
they should ask been blended In a book with consistency novel. Even natives will be challenged phorus are to proper compensated by -
bring loyal I was given, "Thank God for Song." increase In Fall plantings this of milk that Is free of
formation of teeth and bones. lining
My work of style, balance and by its exhaustlveneas. Hut II. ,
Jitiken investigation.me Into practically all I| On the annual Friday Church evening School of last Christ-week I I noted.season over last season has been unity. It has both valid expression It Is one that will\ be In general 'I I The U. S. Public Health Service disease producing germs. "

B/Bof this country and I have and careful workmanship. Tt use for many years. I
JL for the last few I mas tree was prepared and the Other po I n t s Dr. Jamison is the product of a nation where "A Guide to the Southernmost

Jin that especially the loyalty of a great program directed and presentedby brought out from the federal out- people may write about their State" 1:* on sale ($2. 0) at book I 1 We'1 hunk you f
Mrs. E. K The
to the instl- Perryman. I look Include: state and the places they live at ores.
fij' young people church decoratedand for patronagetun
was beautifully An Increase in tomato acreage your
that make America has
IDI a massive Christmas tree fill- and
production for flesh market
least BIGGEST HOG IN Kl'IlOPK: Ills I1ADI1VH wliUi for rash
to say the growing TRACKS
ed the central section of the altar and canning, is In prospect for

The American Youth Con- space. The tree was a gift of Mr. 1940.( Acreage Increases In fresh Not many months ago the civ- By Dr. M. B. HerlongA of you n Happy New e

it would have better standing and Mrs. Carl Knight. On Sat- market tomatoes are expected in ilized world was staggered by the little lad was Been one day w
the rank and file of think- I that Hitler hud As I l"f'lir
< tree In the announcement picked my steps o'er a
urday a was planted the Fall, second early, and Cali- I d d1ATH ds
[ Americans if its members decided to take over Czechoslovakia. stoney way. dr
Church yard with the expectationof fornia late areas.Recordbieaklng, +
''It! u vehement In their denunJflof having an outside lighted tree production and I,I Czechoslovakia wall a small Why little lad you go quite well

Communism as they are created after the World How do do it
next year. This tree, one of higher prices In all sections ex- country you pray you
\ denunciation of the Dies War; the people were, for the tell ?
and was
beauty an imported type cept southern Florida (where a
fee) I presented to the church by Mr. Full crop Is grown) probably will most part, prosperous and con- "My Dad! has gone; this way today

|Itae bos been too much "kow- and Mrs. Steve Weldon. The result in larger .acreages of snap tented. The country was rich in And In his tracks I make my

nitf to the opinion of youth I placing of the tree was directed by beans, except In this state. natural resources and Hitler 1 way." "

blast quarter of> a century Mrs. L. A. Davis, who has been Increased plantings and average wanted Its wealthhe had the : I saw him again before the noon, I.,
and he annexed It to Ger-
taerlca. What can young constantly interested and Instru- yields are expected to swell total power The rocky way should end now

know about a sea they mental In the designing and care 1940 production of cabbage above many. The Czechs were a worthy soon. E WS'Q :
mover sailed\ or"about a road people and their nation wan a
f of the shrubbery around the the 1939 crop, which was markedby His tacit was red' his sweatingAnd ( ,
1 Dave never traveled. It Church. Ea evening since the below average yields In all peaceful one but Germany got 9z "

ins wisdom of years to know : 17t<\ the star erected on the tower areas. As a result of low prices what she wanted, and justice apparently ere he reached themountaintop MODEL ___ Q:. :' ,

f 11.110 do with problems In the 1: of the Church has gleamed received by South Carolina grow- suffered a crushing blow. : i iI

Itial life and in the life of i brightly, calling attention to the ers a year ago, Fall cabbage Then came the extermination of He stumbled, fell and had to stop DAIRY t. ''b .

| atlon. There is a place forth I' Church and reminding passersby acreage probably Is smaller this I Poland by the Germans anil Rus- He looked athlrsl, his strength! .

In the affairs of govern- that the Christmas season was season. Cabbage prices in the sians. Poland was defenseless was gone I RSEY \ '

I, in society, and In the I ushered In by the Star of Beth- early areas also were lower in I| against the overwhelming odds The rent had panned--he trudged' ISTARKE FLORIDA

arc)i, but there is also a 1 Christmas I and again justice and right apparently alone
very lehem. A concert of 1939 than In 1938, but prospectsfor I I .
Itf i place for the older people Carols has been broadcast over Increased, demand and lighter. were defeated. These "How goes It lad ?" I shouted \ONE QUART LIQUID SEALED BB48
be serious and Inexcusable actions y
were v
t Dave been back
over life's road
the chime equipment each after- storage stock. of late Dannlsh
Jad have learned what will work noon at 5:45: o'clock. Also the i cabbage probably will result in an I on the parts of powerful "I cannot find,] my daddy's track!"
4 I nations but a more serious situ-
what will ;
not work. Chimes were heard at 11:45: P. Mon increase In early plantings in I
I reach the and, down the
ation even than these has occurred top I I.
Z1tno man despise thy youth." : Christmas Eve. I.I
1940.Sweet in the past week. plain I
U what the great apostle services consisted of potato acreage In 1940
Sunday 1 looked and saw the lad again.
14 lln writing to a younger man Church School at the regular 10 will be slightly; lower than the Stalin, the chief murderer of He stumbled, reeled, his strength i

whom he was personally In- o'clock hour. The morning ser- 887,000 acres to be harvested for I the age, if the reports to come out wall gone I.I
!lilted.1 The egotistical "let us vice of worship was conducted by 1939 with the reduction coming of Europe cnn be believed, has From trying to make his way I I NOW.

4aattitude of a great many the pastor at 11 o'clock, using as mostly in commercial areas. 1 cast covetous eyes on Finland, alone. O O

OIl!people is making youth his subject for the Christmas I A 1940 watermelon crop 5 to 30! and has attacked that little coun- He trudged along with bowed

amble in the eyes of more sermon "Gold, Frankincense, and ,, percent larger than the ahort I to take It under the bloody down head.-
811< people who have studied service'' of 1939 Is indicated! Anticipated I t
f' Myrrh Assisting In this I' crop Iron rule of himself and away! "I left my daddy's track, he YOU CAN BUY YOUR
e problems and know the was the choir singing Lane's an- Increase in consumer purchasing from Its own people. Probably said. \. ,

cere that are ahead of us. them "The First Song of Christ power should cushion I there no finer people in
American\ Youth Congress" does mas" Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Inter- price decline which larger supplies Europe than the Finns. As a na- In later years I saw a man TYPEWRITER AT HOME

Jlaeup with old-time evagellcal preted Adams "0 Holy Night." are likely to cause. Larger crops I C'e only European Before a court of justice stand
tion are
hs Orthodoxy. It In early, second l'arly.1 His face was hard he showed the
belongs to avlorlatlc Mrs. F. H. Long presided at the are expected country with sufficient honor to
sensual and late state areas. signsOf
"Do as you
organ. and regularly
!"i eae" I meet promptly a wayward .life on hardened
age. A great deal of It -- -
s The evening hour was devoted just financial obligations to the
+tanlc. It i Is anarchy. It Is THE BI l ebeUion to the annual Union Christmas I I United States. They have been My heart It bled Alas Alack!
against It is will soon be going -
authority. the Rev. The politicians Industrious and happy -
Service conducted by consistently ;
I destructive How far he'd left his daddy'stracks
>lied Influence. If per- Mr. Robinson. The Rev. A. E. full blast again, and some of i living In peace with all the .

F!lltUds l to go on with Its! radical Lightfoot delivered a masterful them will be promising pensions world. So far as we know there

It means sooner or later bonuses and perquisites for every- sort brow
!Ie Christmas message; the Rev. Mr !I.* no black mark of any
destruction of civilization. Pendleton led the congregation In boiJy--tog<'I' with economy I against the Finns as Individualsor Bespoke the going was harder I
| laid|, "Blessed are the meek the Rev lower taxes or "no new taxes nation. "TIs awful hard" he tried In pain
or the evening prayer; as a
Ihty hall Inherit the earth." and tax relief for any now I
hone Charles Allen read the Scripture; I Russia has a landed area of 8-
\ l Is wild on the western pronounced group that is making enough I I "How goes It lad? I asked again.
lallll. and the Rev. J. T. Guy 211,228 square miles. Almost t as
I'e 1 Someone lassoes thesad the benediction. Several congregational noise.It large as all of North America.It Hln daddy old his mother gray. ,
harnesses him and puts used, emphasizing might be good training for Had tried In vain to ease his way.
were of 165,700,000
songs has population
.11I a
to"' work, When the horse Is the Christmas carolH. the prospective voter to look up pHople.'Inland\ hits an area of He'd left the path his daddy made II I UJVCIGr

and pulls the load he Is of the the record of the present governorof To follow roads of crime Instead.
The combined choirs 132,589 miles and a population -I
"meek" horse. Youth unre'r.erated I the following\ Texas. who got the Job by out-i I square We all would fain join to pull him II
churches rendered of 3.667,067 people. I !7 y t8w
J Is naturally wild. When "Hail Christmas"Walter promising nil his opponents. back, GI tri
laaaoed by the power of God I anthems Bethle- Governor W. Lee O'Daniel, of Certainly Russia has no reason And set him In his. daddy's track II
:4bal'1les8ed ( ) ; "The Star for taking Finland. It has vast I Zed
Biscuits I'uppy"fame
up with God-8 prow and the "Pass the '
It hem" (Shawker) ; and "Come that are uninhabited and It But JftHtlce cried that he must pay
can do wonders.,. When Adore Him" millions people
reruns': wild ,It produces chaos section of the Senior Glee Club of month pensions for all Texans It I has bordering on a condition of star- I way. I

JL r ''ctlon. A large precentbeeno"Broke. the Bradford High School, under over 65, whether they needed i does. not need For broken hearts, two heads of
lit It certainly
P this nation not. How well did he deliver? I vation. I ,.
H. C. Brown or
never the direction of) Mrs. territory or more people. gray MI
." The Ph !- (Adams). Now It Is $6--the smallest amount more And streams of tears droppedevery
0 Night"
>Ply of sang Holy i The action of Stalin In trying to
Jon plea the age say. "Do as Mrs. E. K. Perryman played for ever paid since the state I' take over Finland Is the action ofa day. I
ki. *. Live' your own life" music and for paying old age pensions. Alan too late to call him back
1111 a all other special strong armed bandit against an TIIR TKLEOKAPII: TAKES; I'llIDK IN ANNOUNCING
drive professional
repudiation of the phllfcJ also He promised to in his track! Y
And him daddy's
of Jesus the congregational singing, from the state I unarmed victim. He knows that put TIIK FACT THAT UK' ARE NOW AGENTS' FOR
who said .
"Deny politicians
rendering several organ selections.A Finland cannot protect Itself for LINE OF PORTABLE TYPE-:
take Up thy cross and Is extendedto capitol. They're still there. i LIVE' IN THK ARMY I TUB IlKMINOTON
follow me" cordial Invitation worship He promised to abolish the 'long against so powerful a nation "Any of you lads know anything \VItITKH.S.: WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IT IS
everyone to come poll tax. It hasn't been as Russia. about shorthand ?" said the FOR YOU TO BK ABLE AT LAST TO PURCHASE
final State
t rNRrtrR TO KrKiint..T' next Sunday morning, abolished.He We can only hope that something Sergeant-Major to a bunch of recruits -, YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT 11 Kit K: IN 8TAKKEFKOM '
: IT ( -"HT THK'IH of 1939. There
.\.rDtI RTHIJl'n CIAI. ( (TIT IXCOU.XTY. Sunday service service, the promised to effect economies.But will turn up to protect the I A HOME CONCERN. "iF YOU AUK CON-

'rtOR Rat 1\1 BRADFORD: l...AooICRY.: will be no evening joiningIn the'state deficit has continuedto little northern nation from the There was a quick response. (I SIDERINO TIIR PURCHASE OF A NEW MACHINE
utofe. Johnson Reid pastor and the direct grow, and now amounts to $20- greed and ruin of Russla'a! mur- Six: of them fell out at once."Rlghto I WE WilL BK GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE THE NEW
.Plelntitf, a union service under and Europe's biggest Well
dictator lads. they're
000.000. derous you : REMINGTON RIGHT IN YOUIt OWN SOME.I ':.
E. Lightfootin
Caries A,, tion of the Rev. A. the Crescent.CIIKISTIAN cookhouae."
Reid to Industrallze hog. Clay County shorthanded In the i iS
Y Z.fendant. the First Baptist Church at He promised I I 1\
,' He hasn't done It. --- So the MX of them spent the

"' } .IOA. %,I OR..1ETINO OF THE: STATE 7:30: o'clock. utate.After serving nearly half hie I CIICKCII: morning peeling potatoes. -- Lon- I

'nr"C .. 'an. ".Id, whose re.-, The Young People's watch night Governor O'Danlel Is just An Inspiring Christmas sermon don Dally Herald. I Easy Terms Available ,
r" the term .. .
held .
'a.. "rebY required to service will also be where he started But re- I was preached at the Christian --- --
11- LAWS
-rein"( l Bill of Complaint- filed Baptist Church beginning at : from Texas say he has a I Church Sunday by the Rev. Jake i
'/"day 'halnllt you on or before Is wel- ports Tallahassee, -- Florida sheriffs
' !''40. day ot January A. 15 o'clock P. M. Everyone services good chance of being reelected In I Thomas of Grayxon, K. Y., and were Informed by Attorney Gen-
It come at these religious etlll Isn't a man In Interesting message was !
"* .I efpublbheordered!! ) will be 1940. There i another eral George Couper Gibbs thatantlambllng BRADFORD COUNTY \
.ant y I BradfordvbIJ. and a cordial reception the state who can outpromlse ':, brought in the evening! by the Rev. lawn are to be en-
!' | .had alg' rPh' new uap r bad at any and all services. Alvin Durham also of Grayson. i
County "
."d" eal4 of Drad- forced "impartially, with no exceptions ,
.. ,
**" him.So when re 4I
"tl"; week
WIT' weak" :. for four con- your typewriter In on gentle for gover-I, elect the best man not the biggest for games of chance operated TELEGRAPHI

I-1 th, ,;! my hand and official. Liberal listening to candidates St Petersburg by civic charitable or pat-
' 3 brand portable. thoughtfor
1'3-. day ot November. A.Iyrk17baull new of Florida spare I' I
'!''I, Thomae terms. Bradford County Tele- nor Pappy O'Danlel of Texai. Let's 1 Independent, riotic organizations I .j

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definite to do and then get behindit : Has New Job I II Masons and Eastern Star \
one thing

The Bradford County Telegraph and stay behind it until it is.accomplished.,1 i Kay I _____ I Hold(Continued Joint Installation from page one) '7T.'Ir

J.tAbU..ht'd:. J877 Every town that has made progress has, present and will be Installed at a I

done it in just this way, and this formul TOO LATE fbI < later date. _
R Bullard Brice of the
Published Weekly on FrMajn anc" Entered as Second will bring progress to any town that sin TO CLASSIFY Gaincwvllle Mrs order served as installing -

Claws. Mutter at the Pont Office at StiirUe, Fla. cerely applies it." Searching: for a subject for this officer, while Mrs. Clyde

.- -- O week's column, I found the fol-I :Mathews. also of Gainesville acted -

Many A Puzzler LurksIn lowing editorial In the current Issue as installing marshal. Mrs.
1 AAEAVBER7ff5FLORIQPRESS Gainesville, was
The European Situation of the Tampa Evening News Susie Morrison
ASSOCIATION i \ which to my mind Is worthy of Installing chaplain.

Historians will have some knotty problems wider distribution. America needs: -9 The Masonic installation, while 4 rtew
) ,
\: to unravel when they begin the tedious to stop at this season and give a ; < simpler was also impressive as E.

serious thought to her countless I W. Hayes was awarded the gavelof I ,
E L. l\lalt'he\u ._u__________ Editor and OwnerS job of untangling the perplex phases of the blea lngs. Worshipful Master and others t

war now going on in Europe. One of the The following editorial Invites were installed as follows: Joe I

UB."I<'IU I'TlON KATH most interesting undercurrents will doubt such consideration and I am happy < ; Sistrunk, Senior Warden; L. D.

Yearly. $1.50; SU: Months! 75c Payable In Advance less deal with the ,current policy of Mua- to present I It here: Vining, Junior Warden; S. E.
J. T. Barnes,
witness Fred P. Cone, reply-. Sparks. Secretary;

ing that country's su p p o r t of Finland ing to an invitation of the Iowa c Deacon; C. H Nasworthy, Junior
Department of the American
Old Year la Dead; against Germany's economic ally, Russia, Legion for a message for the sea- iiMt Deacon; L. G. Powell Senior
I ;;
Long Live The New while at the same time announcing that she son, said: "Any American who Steward: and D. P.C.Carpenter A. Futch., Treasurer Junior-
doesn't welcome 1910 with a Hap- ....ua 1iIlM '+ Steward.
still stands firmly by the Rome-Berlin I ,.
In England when a ruler dies the people py New Year is afflicted with I ; and C. A. Knight, Tyler,

"The King is dead !I" And then for the The situation makes sense only upon the' chronic indigestion a disease Tracy W.Baker, wellknownresident .; were not present and will be installed -

cry. supposition that Mussolini has determined) which is practically unknown In of Keystone Heights and I at a later date.
new monarch they shout, "Long: Live the appointed of Gainesville,
Starke who recently Earl V. Simpson
to keep his country out of war at all costs, the 'Land of the Suwannee' River' was Gold I I--Roger Battle, colored!
Grand Master
King! project superintendent District Deputy
-for America is free from fear, the Starke Ice Co. |
while cementing her influence in the Bal- succeed officer and '
with the old from hatreds and from. the hor- Head Branch State Park served as Installing I here
The same spirit of "Off I proudly exhibiting t tI te
kans. I ing A B. Welsslnger who resigned Niles Schaffer of Gainesville. Past
rors of war. We should resolveto I I'I of sweet potato all In
and on with the new" should fill us now that to a position In the Pan District Deputy Grand Master, I o
Also interesting is the recent British keep it 00 that the happiness of 'I which was dug from his]
we stand ready to bid farewell to the old the new year may continue all ama Canal zone. I acted as installingmarshal.. Reno. Roger says If he

year and greet the new. French policy towards Russia. For many; year." Mr. Baker helped construct the I Retiring Worshipful Master C,, a 'possum to match his i

Allied statesmen kept awake t And American will join Veteran's Camp at Gold Head) A. Futch was presented with a size, he would be 'ulttlnf
were a
1939 is dead I There is nothing you can years with the every Governor In this state- Branch In 1935 and returned to Jewel and made a short speech of for a New Year's feast.

do about it, and few would care to bring it night by the fear of a Russo-German alliance ment. While untold millions of duty there as foreman in chargeof appreciation. Mr. 'Hayes also .-

back if they could.If told of the in lands shud- construction early In 1936 from spoke briefly, expressing his
even and tall tales were suppos people foreign are he hopes for a successful year In the LONG BRIDBy'
Camp Roosevelt where was
you have made enemies, forgive and edly indomitable Red Army. Today both tomorrow dating In may fear,bring wondering, while what frequent employed by the government as lodge. AIlNS Bonnie B. T

forget them, or try to turn them into raid alarms send them electrician and electrical Inspec- Refreshments of cake and coffeewere -
England and France are actively helping air( served by the Eastern Star Mr. and Mrs. N. G. M friends. They will do you no good as longas scurrying! to shelters haunted by tor.Gold the son, Vernelle, spent the
Finland far possible and have thrown members following cere-
they remain your foes. as as the fear that their wives and their Head Branch State Park Is monies. in Tampa with relatives.Mr. .

their whole moral weight behind the coura children may become victims of being Developed under the super and Mrs. W c Do|
If you have made debts, try to pay the ravages of warAmericansare vision of the National Park Ser- --- and
son. Earl Mr. M.
little nation. Newspaper correspon- G
them. And if you have made bad loans, try geous thinking of the happiness that vice In cooperation with the Flor-, LAWTEY' and Morris Hollingswortlj
dents abroad say that the Allies apparently!; they may bring into the lives of ida Forestry and Park Service. It By William: (Bill) IMummer White
spent Christmasand
to forget them, but do not forget so com-
no longer fear United Russian and German their loved ones. is fast becoming one of the most Mrs. T. H. Shepherd!

pletely that you trust the same people in military action. Some even think that the Shopping In America is a problem picturesque and attractive recreation As usual our population Increased Mr and Mrs. P B. Cre|
1940. for the ordinary citizen be- centers In this part of Flor- at least SO percent over
George Daniels
Allies would welcome such a union since i it weekend.Jim Junior
ida. the Christmas
cause he has so many things from Mrs. D. R. Pace of Ft.
and irritable My
If have become ill-tempered -
you front-for the Allied -- Edwards of Atlanta -
would and
open up a new which to pick the gift he feels his Billy Mrs. J. L. Dowling and d

just think how much more pleasure high command apparently considers i it loved ones will appreciate. But Ga., were visiting their par- Vivian of Live Oak were!
have in association and in most foreign lands government Scouts ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards
others would your suicidal to storm the Siegfried Line. Boy of ;Mr, and Mrs. R. J.
rationing and government restrictions during the holidays.Bill
even how much more you would enjoy your- Monday.Mr. .
One reason for the dwindling fear o:f limits his choice to an abso -- Wooten spent Christmaswith and Mrs. Bill Rlcfl

self if you became the pleasant person thatit Russia might be the Red's poor showing in lute zero--and he can't buy that Another Scout of Troop 70 made I Mr and Mrs. W. C. Wooten. and children of Glen S

is within your power to be.Don't because he hasn't the money. final preparations last Tuesday I Bill is employed by General Tire and Mrs. Pierce Crews
Soviet to
Finland. The Army according
leaf Yes America is free! Free to night for the highest award that Corporation in Atlanta Ga. State Farm diner
bother to turn over a new -
military experts is a "terrible flop." It's high love free to achieve, and free the National Scouting Council I' Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fryer of Mr. and Mrs E. A. Sap

the old one is good enough if only you cleanit command is stupid, and its, troops poorly from hate. And every American offers that of the rank of Eagle. Baxley: Ga.. were the guests of day. '

up a bit. Don't ,make a long list of reso- trained, equipped, and disciplined. Its air- should thank his God that this is Life Scout Enos Hayes Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrell. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Prij

lutions to put away. In the family Bible and fallen Governor I before the Court of appeared I Mrs. Mae Bennett was visiting little son, Edward and Mr
motorized have
planes and equipment local Troop with his her sister Mrs. Earl Edwards.
papers ink Alvarez of Starke were thai
forget, but when a choice of action con that he will do his utmost Dan Harley of Richmond. Va.,
far short of the publicity "build-up. An ef- to keep order and was highly of Mr and Mrs. E C Prl.>

fronts you, think twice-and do the right ficient army such as the German or French, America so that not only this ed to the recommend'i was visiting his parents Mayorand

thing! year but succeeding! years will Honor for the.rank of Mrs. A. H. Harley. I day.Mike Sheppard. who ha
have taken Finland in less
m.tJ they say would present the same picture of a nation will follow up thla local application Richard Thede. student at the i a'
1939 is dead! Long live 1940! visiting, his parents, Mr
than a week. which know. its course, Is on Thursday night at University of Florida spent Christ- I i T. H. Shepherd, left for
o secure mite faith, and determined main Court which in turn will for-I I mas with his parents, Mr. and Va.
In this instance at least, the growl of I Tuesday afternoon.
Peace Should be Our In Its revolve keep Itself free ward his papers to New York for Mrs. R, R. Thede. I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. win
Most Cherished Possession the Russian bear has proved. to be more from the hatreds.. and agony whichis final approval'' The rank of: Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mathews of little son. 'Charles,of Jack

awsome than its bite. engulfing the 'nations less fortunate Eagle will be bestowed on him at, Titusvllle were ''visiting Mr. and 'were visiting Mr and Mrs

This holiday season especially, the O the January meeting of the Court.. Mrs. J. A. Howe. Turner Tuesday afternoon. :

United States has much to be thankful for, God Bless America, Land of The Scout Arch Thomas will also appear Bill Harrell employee of 'a : ---

The Food Stamp Plan Free; and God'Keep America True before the Court of Honorat construction company in Titus TAKE PRECAUTIO
and the ancient greeting of "Happy NewYear"
Seems to Be Catching On to Its Ideals' of Freedom and I which time he will be ville, claims he secured a "square i When, you have been out
should have more than ordinary sig- Liberty With Justice' For All! ented his Eagle Badge. With meal" at his parents Christmas night eating: and drinking, :

nificance. For we,,alone, of the great world According to recent announcementsfrom --:.--. this new Eagle application table. Congratulations Mrs. J. L. ,I spoonful of Bisma-Rex In

powers are at peace and remote from the government sources, the Food Stamp Public Library 70 now has the distinction of Harrell. I: of water before going td
ing three boys who have reached Edwin Starling of Miami spentthe four t
Bisma-Rex acts ways
Plan which has been extensively tried in ,
bloody shambles of war. News Notes"Start
the highest Scouting award. week-end with his parents, Mr bat acid-Indigestion. Try

, That we will stay at peace should be certain localities, is to be extended. Under the Year Scout Frank Robinson Ill Eagle! and Mrs. D. W. Starling.: i.' see how wonderful it is. j

every American's passionate resolution. For the plan, persons on relief are given, in re- "Read thirty New minutes right each Scout Arch Thomas Jr., ,, Howard Miner was dismissed I i Bisma-Rex only SOc, at than
plicant Scout Enos St. Vincent's hospital Justin
Hayes. Other Store.Carpenter';
issued them various Drug
turn for stamps commodities -
war does more than destroy lives and prop- night, boys to receive rank awards will' time to Join his family In the I: Store In Starke.FLORIDA.
of which there is a surplus, and "Let not sleep deter I
erty. It destroys ideals, institutions, prin- be Edgar Wilkenon receiving the annual feast. i
eiples-the best that centuries of our fore- which are held off the market by the Fed- "Urtll habit will recur. rank of Second Class and Harold City Councilman, H. T. Godwin,

eral Surplus Commodities Corporation. "Grind away each day Crews, receiving the rank of Sec- states that every state In the TIIEATiGAINESVILLE.
fathers have
bequeathed us. ond Class. union was well represented at his
"Surprise yourself, find It play, FLA
Certainly this weary planet should have Going by reports, the plan seems to 'We will surely learn Merit badges were' awarded to home and he wouldn't attempt to week bn
have met with considerable success. And the name even half of his guests. Program for the
"If methodical turn. following
learned by now that there are no victoriesin we : George December 29, 1939
one interesting thing about it is that it Powell. "First Aid;" Arch Raymond Plummer spent Christ
a modern ,war-there are only losses. Know Florida, and know that Thomas mas here with his parents, Mr.
"Scholarship" Leonard
Peace is the finest# holiday gift that any hasn't been necessary to build up a large our own William (Bill) Duncan F. Smith. Jr., "Civics"; MichaelA. I and Mrs. M. B. Plummer. Today Only

nation in this war-torn world can have.O new government bureau to distribute the had an enormous part In writing, Dew, "Carpentry"; Billy Lee, If you don't believe that Lawley's John Wayne I-, Claire T"ALLKGHENY

surplus foods. Instead, distribution has under the Federal Writers' Pro- "Safety" and "First Aid"; Buddy young men are industrious VPRISI; ?
ject, "A Guide To The Southernmost I Davis, "Camping";; Sonny Haynes' Just take a look at their records
been made through existing private
For Those Who Want largely State" of which, we are very "Stamp Collecting" and "Wood- wherever they are employed. x Saturday Only

To Make Progress! In 1910It facilities. When the plan was first suggested proud as It is undoubtedly the work"; Comer Ferryman. "Civ- General Tire Corp., In Atlanta, Double Feature Progro<

thousands of retail stores, including both best, from every angle of all the ics"; Edward Brazle, "First Aid"; Ga., has eleven men employed In Walter Pidgeon Rita JI
would be difficult to find a more val Florida their
guides.To Enos I personnel department Five
their Hayes, "Civics"IIEILBRONN
chains and independents, pledged co-
uable bit of advice with which to start the tell the story of Christ, of these eleven men are from "NICK CARTER :M\STi
operation. The pledges were accepted by Sholem Asch has Ingenious I DETECTIVE"also
chosen an Lawty and lead all other employesin
New Year than that once given by the late !
the government authorities involved, and method. The first section their respective duties. _
Calvin Coolidge on the subject of persistence. the result is a testimonial to the efficiencyof is the story of a man- who By Airs. L. Gaskins I May 1940 be everyone's most Jack Holt Patricia E

He said : was Pontius Pilate's right hand progressive year.. In
distribution in this country.As Christmas was spent. very) "FUGITIVE AT LAROI
In the Roman of
man government --Watch our platform
"Nothing else in the world can take the quietly here. Everybody reported grow-
it would have beena Judea. This man knew and spoketo
of fact
place of persistence. a plenty to eat but Just another' Sun., Mon., Dec. 31 Je
Jesus, but arrested him when were
visiting in Beach
"Talent will not; nothing is more com- remarkable thing had our American mer- his teachings threatened the Roman day-with everybody one year Monday afternoon.Bootsey's Sonja Henle -- Ray Mf/I/

mon than unsuccessful men with talent. chants failed in this or any other reasonable state. The second part is older Mr than and the Mrs.Christmas Freeman before. / Miss" Willie Mae Clemons of Robert Cummings

No other in the worldis told by another man who knew Crosby Brooker !,
undertaking. country spent' the holidays here "EVERYTt11NG 11.1 PTE"
"Genius will not; unrewarded genius is of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. :
Jeaus Judas lacarlot whose lost
with her
so efficiently served so far as merchan- Mack Carmichael of Polk grandmother, Mrs Mary NIGHT"also
a proverb. gospel Is here reconstructed to Mott.

"Education will not; the world is full of dising is concerned. Under the free competitive tell the story of Christ minis- spent sister and Christmas brother here with their Mr. and Mrs. Edd Clemons and Robert -Benchley- Shor

educated derelicts. system, all kinds of merchants are try. The third part Is told by a Mrs. R. L. Reddish-in-law and, Mr.mother and, family have moved from our "DAY OF KKST"New :

constantly seeking to outdo each other. The young Pharisee who witnessedthe Mrs. J. D. Carmichael.Miss community to Long Bridge. We
"Persistence and determination aloneare
trial of
arrest and execution
hope they will like their E"elIdnlJt2lt:
cost of distribution is constantly declining, Edna Melvin of Brooker new Year's
the omnipotent. The watchword-Press Christ. The whole Is well knit home.

On-has solved the problems of the humanrace. as the battle for still greater operating together, and convincing in The den and of Mr. and Jacksonville Mrs Clarence Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall of Sunday Fairbanks.Night-11:30: Jr.-P.-
Nazarene, which Is at the of spent Rho-I Douglas
." economy goes on. That means a better top holiday here with Mr. and the State Farm were visiting Mr. .garet Lockwood
the List.
and Mrs. J, L.
break for the consumer, and for the pro- M. Rhoden. Gaskins Thursday
O In Non-Fiction the Country night. OF THE 5

Our Town Is A Mirror ducer as well. Lawyer by Bellamy Partridge Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and children Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Emerson of "RULERS

Plan meets holds first place on the Reading Altoona and Miss Tuesday Only
Which Reflects Its CitizensAn If the Food Stamp finally Maggie Par-
List. It Is Interesting to know 1903 to 1938 by Paasaen; Americain menter of Ruth Te
Keystone Pat O'Brien -
that is for it were
with all the success hoped that this author Is the Mldpasaage Beard
exchange editor had the following to spending visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones In

say about his town, and it is entirely applic- American merchants must be given a con- winter In Florida. and spent Read Escape by Ethel Vance ( T) one night last week.A "SLIGHTLY JlOSOR.l'W -

siderable share of the credit. They have Christmas In Jacksonville with his and decide whether this authorIs meeting of Jehovah's Witnesses -
able to our town, too. Read on: "This townis a man or woman. The Only
used their vast facilities to the utmost in at- wife.We pub waa held at the home of Y
what the people living here have made it, are all Interested In LloydC Usher Is keeping the .identity sec- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones last On The Stain In J'e

nothing more, nothing less. It will be in the tempting to make the plan click. That has Douglas new book which is ret and the books has held first Sunday afternon with Mrs. Myers Evelyn Brent-Moving r*

what been a boon to the needy-and, as well, to not a sequel to Magnificent Obsession place for months. and her sister-in-law Miss Myers Star. with Harry Fox Bi'*
next and the next
future, year year the taxpayers, who would have had to bear but a continuation of Dr Christopher Morley has again, of Starke Pioneers of Jehovah's Stage Star In
the people now living here make it. If each Hudson's Secret Journal. done something different In his* Witnesses of God. present.A "STREETS DK: l'ARt& I

one goes about his business and gives no the tremendous financial burden had the For the more serious readers character Kitty Foyle. The story! large crowd from here attended :3 Shows 2:<15 7:00 *< ''*

though or effort toward improving the townit government gone widely into the business of we suggest Nora Wain's ReachingFor Is deep with humor, courage and the Christmas program at I Matinee 35c Night fills
The Stars which has recently pathos and the candor l -
distribution. every the Church of God at Saxton Sunday --
will not progress or advance. Of itselfit been banned from Germany: Not woman recognizes and knows It night. On The Screen
talk O Peace But A Sword by Vincent best to conceal. Helen V
cannot. We much about making our Mr and Mrs. George Mo ely Warren Hymer -

town a better town, but as long as we haveno Schiaparelli, the Paris designer, doesn't She an; Revolution of Nlmlllam Those who enjoyed Honor and family were visiting Mrs.Moseleys In : ,
by Hermann Rauchnlng: The De Bright by Frances MAIt1YL7
believe that women's hats will be Perkinson brother, Paul Thomas, "CALLING ALL .
make no definite effort toward "funny -
plan or fence of Brltlan by Liddell Hart Keyes will want to read her who Is a in
patient St.
making It a better town, it is not going to looking" next spring. That's the worst newsy who gives facts In September 1939; book--The Great Tradition. latest I in Jacksonville Vincent'shospital Sunday.The Thursday and Friday (Jao 4 I

improve very fast. In other words our town et. A good chuckle at an Easter bonnet then read something about our Inquire at the Public many friends of Mr. Thomas Marlene Dietrich- Jams SU

will be what we plan to make it. All thatit does more for spring fever than a big doae Watch own defence by Major In The George Ramparts Fielding We for read.any If new we do book not you have wish a copywe to' ing will slowly be glad after to know he 111 I la Improv- "PSTR'RinES In AGA1l1J67 '...i i

is necessary to do is to select an object, of sulphur and molasses. Eliot; Days of Our Years from may be able to secure one. weeks. being for several ..