Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 5, 1940
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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key Causest Gala Event I Judge Reflects On Cause They Will Guide Conservation ProgramNewly Building Permits

> During Holidays ,

Arrestsg The Christmas dance, held on I! Of Increasing Divorce Far Exceed

>t the well-nigh perfect floor of I I

Starke's new $27,000 Armory, was Modern living conditions tendto 'deuce, notice of Intent to marry

i one of the gayest and most colorful -'I I' break up home life. This was five days before the ceremony. 1939 FiguresPrivate

Last Year social events held here in recent I the conclusion to be drawn from a ; Although no action was taken on
I 'i of its aim was to give
years. Below are a few study of the increasing number the proposal

IjVIarch Found To He glimpses of what went on inside. ( Bradford County divorces )in 1939. I couples proposing marriage due Contracts

County records show 46 final decrees time to consider their step and Total $35,375;

|Most Unruly Month; I were granted during the plan tterlausly for a permanent
Largest In Years
Few Women Culprits I past twelve months with 19 suits union. Judge Adkln stressed

yet to be settled. the need for married couples Private construction In Starke

t year 363 persons, 343 men I This la a trend of recent years thinking of their common dutyto reached an all-time high in 1939,

women, were arrested Infee I as attested by the 1938 divorce one another In making a home a survey of building permits in.

and Bradford County for total which was 34 separations for themselves in their retiring! the office of City Clerk Carl

Witting one or .more of 30 The state and nation have followed years. Johns revealed this week. Permits

ent types of crime, ranginge I this general Increase in the Alachua county predominates totalling 35375.00 were lg-

way from embezzlementrand "::,,,; ." divorce rate particularly in the in the divorce total for this cir sued In 1939 aa compared with

larceny to Intoxication L decade. Judge A, Z. Ad- cuit court district. This fact Is. '
kl past only 910.033.00:
who will administer the 1940 Agricultural In 1938. This
latter charge nearly out- I kins, who heard many of the In part due to the 40,000 popula- elected figure did not Include public

ng all other 29 combined.Uy Bradford county cases accountedfor tion of the University city county I Conservation program/ in Bradford County: (left to right) works, BUch as the 27000.00

100 persona were arrest- '* the mounting toll of separations greater than any other county in G. W. Andrews, it. 1;. Hazen, County Agent T. K. McClane (not a Armory or the 10000.00 Legion

drunkenness. Eight were in this manner: Immature the district member of the committee), F. M. Norman H. L. Norman and James Home, which would bring the'!

.. Into custody for driving ages of the contracting\ parties; Judge Adklns predicted an increase Rosier, chairman. The election was held at a meeting In the court- total to over 7200000.

I drunk and 12 were arrested ,, ,,' hasty decisions to wed; lack of in the nation's divorce rate house Thursday morning of last week. The biggest single month wa.
unk and disorderly conduct, 4 understanding of the seriousnessof In future years because of the

alcohol the basis of 120 married life; and Ignorance of reasons!! he cited. The modern January with permits totalling

,_ 363 arrests during 1939. ,..:.'a"Y.'rW ... the problems and need for cooperation conditions of hasty living have Use of 'Juice'Shows 1939 Brought $9,26500 Issued; next came September .

key was Involved, as a mat- .,. ; In married life. necessitated quick decisions and with $.800.00, and :May,

course in an Indefinite .1. Judge Adkins stressed that hence marriage, a sober, endur- with ",72 .00. Smallest month

er of the 75 arrests for I, there would be 50 percent less di- ing state haa not received the
was October with only one -'
IncreaseOutput Mote
kless driving." vorce suits if the couples propos- serious study It should get. MarriagesJune

) survey of the county docket, ing matrimony gave their venture County records this week to the County for

file In the office of CountyE. Everybody grabbed ns Santa due consideration. The principleof showed. that ,cruelty und desertion At City Light Loses Claim foundation repairs. Issued

showed Claus appeared at twelve o'clockwith reciProcative effort In providinga are the principal grounds In the amount of $12 .00. April
As Most Popular
K' Perryman, Plant Increased
a bag full of gifts home and the worthwhile con- given for divorce. But 50 per was also small, with
very one per-
i county arrests, 220 of whom ributlon which both man and wife cent' of the divorces granted In 16 Percent In 19.10: Month For" Brides
I mit for $200.00 Issued to Ben V.
men 9. women. Reckless can put Into the partnership Is Bradford county last year were I
Customers of the City Light Romance hit a new high In Hull, contractor, for remodeling
ing led as cause of arrest with the primary factor contributing to decreed" to couples residing out-

f while drunknesa!! ran a close successful marriages, Judge Ad- side the county, principally from I and Water Plant lined over 16 Bradford County during 1939 ac of the old bakery building where

nd with 41. Twenty-two per- klna said. St. Augustine and Jacksonville. percent more electricity duringthe ,. cording to figures released this Leila's Beauty Salon la now located -
1939, than during the week by County Judge E. K. Per
for driving an year .
arrested have been made
were 'It"1e The circuit court judge himself No decrees ,
lOaded truck, 16 for larceny,, ... drafted and presented to state final since the new year began previous year. of 1938. I I ryman Knowing that 227 mnrrlngilicenses Eleven now homes were built, or

tor assault and battery, 5 for '' .. .. legislators a bill providing for but one application was enteredIn A report of plant operation for I: were issued last Yt'ar- construction begun, in 1939 the

|ud, 5 for transportation for ""'s" registration with the county judge Judge Adkln'a office on Tuesday 1939 shows that 570,700 kilowatt,,, an Increase took of 32 its over usual 1938.loll of total value amounting to $21,000.-

without a permit from the In the county of the bride's real- hours vf electricity were generated Spring It 00, according to the estimates set
altar-aimers, but strange as
,iroad Commission, 5 for dlailerly during the past -year aa compared forth In the permits. The most

conduct, 5 for transportaor I wllh-a total of 488,620 durIng seems June was not Cupid's tavor- expensive home built by T.

possession of alcoholic Named 1938. This. shows an incream I Ito month. Only 14 licenses wef I Frank Landrum,was the permit beIng -
Coldest WeatherOf New Camp' I
Issued' then as against the high
verageB, 5 for breach of the of 82,170 kilowatt hours of elec I Issued In June for $3,300.00.

ace, 3 for breaking and enter3 triclty over the total. amount generated for May when Judge Perryman Issued The least expensive coat only.

for driving while drunk, 2 during 1938. on the average, one marriage -
$250.00. Three homes costing
attempting murder, 2 for WinterMercury For Blending Of the total amount generated, license a day 3200.00 each were constructedby
"I Issued licenses during
IiIII1'group more
fane language, 2 for driving the city waterworks used 09,5K( W..1. Epperson Jr., J. P.
1039 than in other sine
no license tag, 2 for .assault Hits 27 Governor Issues kilowatt hours, and pumped 49;- any year VMarren.' and Paul E. Canova. Th.large.t .
I've been in office, Judge Perry
H the,, Intent. to murder, and '
of durlnf
021,000 gallons permit of the year was I.-
Order This Week .
On Two Mornings; man said Figures In the Judge'srecord
each' larceny, glv-
the year. sued May 18 to H. V. Knight Lathe
worfllltt."S ck8j! bastardy,, Berries'Delayed Honoring GeneralThe i book how that marriage
Current furnished wit I h o u to umount of $3,600.00 for remodeling -
riving tIt" child of food and la really?.00 i> :tti.v up wln8'. Laeyear'
neW National Guard Train charge to the city for street HuntIng hi* home damaged' by
Low the cf license Issuance
obstruct- mark for winter was nuraber
Iter, attempted rape Ing Camp and State Military Rs- purposes amounted to 56.331( fire last Spring. The smallest
and opposing an officer, em- reached by mercury In local ther- being an Increase of 64 over 1937wht'n
servatlon. now In process of construction kilowatt hours. permit was for $10.00 issued August -
false mometers Wednesday and Thurs- only 163 llcenm were Is-
and A of merrymakers come
ement forgery, near here will be named At no time during the past 7 to Olin W White for repairs -
number stairs at intermission: day morning when it fell to 27 sued.
tense.. Of the total down the
for Major General Albert H year was the city entirely with to the Errol Alvarez Barber
Lillian Stern- degrees. White frost blanketedthe -- -- .
bound over to the circuit Merrill Struth, Miss
; were
Blanding. The announcement was out fire protection or entirely! Shop.A r
jrt as crimes too serious to be berg, Houston ;McClane, Mr. and cou n trY Rid 1 e, particularly Picture Contest
made this week from the
the office of: without electricity as gen total of $8,110.00 was spent
idled by the county court. Mrs. Jim Rltch, Mr. and Mrs.Maurice Thursday morning when It was .
Edwards. heavy enough to almost resemblea Adjutant General Vivian Collins, eratlng plant was In operation 24 Winners Named In remodeling, repairing and add

(March, with a total of 31, led light IInow.Strawberrlt's. on order of Governor Cone. I hours a day, every day during ing to present homes in Starke,

other months!! In the number The order stated: the year. with no enforced hhut- After carefully judging the. and! $2,25500: was spent in build-
while with 27 and will be held back entries in the Tell'graph'sThird
arrests, May "A new National Guard' Train downs or service Interruptions many Ing warehouses. Store building
ptember with 25 were close be- as a result of the freeze and it Annual Picture Identlflca
Ing Camp and State Military Re any kind. Including additions and repairs,
will probably be early In February tlon Contest (the following win
id. with 10 and Au- In ,
January i While the use of electricity
r servatlon, located" In Clay County, amounted to $7.31000: the surveyof
with 11 had fewest arrests. before they begin to come ners are announced:
st Florida. eight (8) nulax. east 01 Starke bus allowed an increase permits revealed. The largest
follows: back In any considerable quantity. 1st prize- Mrs. R. F. Detnoiest.
Be remainder were as for the past decade,,
the city of Starke, having beer permit In the latter classification
17 20 Moat growers agree however, 2nd prizeMrs.' J. II. Field. ,
bruary, 16; April, ; June ; I acquired by the State Armor'the Increase In consumption durIng wits Issued In July to Titus Olsen
16 21 November, that this "holding back" la a good In. 3rd prize Mr. J. D. CheHhler
ply. ; October, ; Board, announcement Is made ol 1939 exceeds by far the In the amount of U, OO.oo for a
thing as it will keep fruit here 4th prize bits Hlunche Edwards -
and December 13.
; Its d4;tgnatlon aa Camp Alberi crease during any previous year. structure on South Walnut Street.
{A survey of the City's docket inje I from coming In at the same time H Blitndlng. Berry S. Johns, plant engineer,, Repairs to the Ritz Theatre total
Carl Johns, as the South Florida crop. stated "I believe the increase 5th prize -Mrs. R. A. Griffis.
office of the Clerk "This ,, ing an estimated $1,000.00 werepermitted
designation Is made
|vealed 134 arrests made In I Shipments continue light from as a wag due In some extent to the The winners will please call ai In May.
mark of honor and In
arks during 1939 123 of which Plant City, and are running far, recognition I fact that a large number of electric the Telegraph's office or write tc
of the Classified by months, the
distinguished military service per
ere men and 11 women. Arrestsere behind the same date last year. refrigerators and other do, us stating which magazine theY
rendered to the State mits totalled as follows: January
made for 10 different rea- Berries are selling there from 12 anc I medic appliances were installed wish to receive from among thorn
Nation by Major Albert H. Bland will alnf 9265.00> February, 1100.00;
listed last week. They
drunkennesa all to 15 cents a pint. during the Also since there
ns, year.
ing, Florida National Guard." receive subscriptions. to the Telegraph March, 1205.00; April, $200.00;
hers with 59, or almost half. I were several new houses built In
$4.723.00 June, $3,625.ooJuly
"1pIndependents- In length May, ; ;
with Starke 1939) quite a number varying
ckless driving was next during
Holiday For Some; I In cane are still puzzlingover 2350.00> ; August $3,210.00;
fighting 12, disorderly con- Win of new customers were connected you
uct while Work Day TooFor I to the system during the any of the picture., here are September $4,80000; October
10. speeding 5, driving Over HastingsThe I the correct answers:: ,(1) Thuralor $12500; November, $2.15000: ; December
link 5, speeding in'school zone year.
some New Year's Day was colored school chorum. They sang 2620.00; Total, $35,373.-
Baaket Mr. Johns concluded : "With our
firing a gun In city limits 2, Starke Independent
d disturbing peace 1. a holiday-.for others It was .just Ball Team chalked up another vic I present low rate for current, bUHl- at the President' Illrthday Bull 00. ... ..
another Monday. and ((2) S. W. Whitehead. ((3)) C. L..
It conditions Improving
when made
October led In the number of tory Tuesday night ness
i Dry goods stores, furniture ''a trip to Hastings and took the with the number of new homes Clyatt The picture was taken al Roland Thomas
dance with
(rests made with 20, while Feb- Santy tried to every- I
stores, hardware, etc., remained I In Starkethis the Fourth of July celebration
game with Independents there 30 planned for erection
W. a Died At Brooker
ary With only 2 arrests was body. Mra. J. Morgan ''I
closed all day. Groceries (most of believe thut the out- I the State Farmers' Market ((4)) I
to In fast I
idently a well-behaved month. spectator took her turn In high" 31. a tricky game In year, '
rie other them) cloned at nooru County officials the new HasilngH gymnasium. I put of the plant In 1910 should Nelson Moore, Ralph Nettles,,, Roland Thomas 83, died Satur-
ratings Were January I good humor.
2; .March, 12; April 9; May 11; ... ---- were In their offices duringthe The localltes played the last show an Increase even over 1939." Hogan Smith? Jr., County AgentT. day, December 30 at the home'of
morning; some took the aft- few minutes with only, four men --4' K. McClanw" Jr. The boys won his aun-ln-law and daughter, Mr.
une, 7; July, 8; August, 11;, I
4-H Club
WalterClaimed In tht judging -
ernoon off, while some remained after Johnnie Whlttemore, center, Jenkins Names first plane and Mrs. J. M. Molt of Brooker
eptember, 16 November 21 and
; ;;
I the Fat Stock ShowIn
Death In the courthouse all day. born Lake Butler
ecember By I had to withdraw following a painful lie was near
14. Around $573.71
I CommitteeW : Wllk-
Booster Jacksonville. ((5) Mary
The County Commissioners met i ankle injury. George Managua 85 years ago and had lived In
collected for-
In and
fines ;
services were held Sat- Ford hook Lima beans are
Funeral I erson. his
since until
ited bonds. fine for a brief session Monday morn- and Charles Priest were the of the Union County ever
The K. Jenkins, president
highest at 3 o'clock In In the ((6)) Edwin Wil
afternoon hamper.
urday and he wentto
health failed recently
Ing. The School Board declared It local forwards, and Theodore
h ha
a Club
$25.00 and the Booster
smallest one B. H. S.
Walter Air-
for Yates.
liams. (7) Doc ((8))
Conner Cemetery Artford Drown ( make his home with his daugh
a holiday and postponed Its!! meet- Harden and were of members
Rhoden, :S3, of Ralford. A cerebral -: his appointment plane crack up at Keystone
t.The Ing until Tuesday. County Bond I guts ri5. committeeof ters. Mrs. Mott, and Mrs. Virgie
number or arrests both In I hemorrhage was the cause on the Heights. Three men killed. ((9) of Starke.
Trustees met just long enough"to The team the Cavaliersof Barksdale
county and In the city, was of his death Friday December 29. played the organization. They are: Rufus M Johnson, first man to
pay bills. Jacksonville In Smith R. In addition to these, he Is cur
the Kirby Elmo
M. B. Herlong
ell Dr.
above the number in 1938, at his home In Raiford. grow tobacco commercially in
I Sheriff A. O. Andreu reported High School gymnasium beginning Struth and George Manawsa, vlved by one sister. Mrs. N. ,H.
bespeaks either increase officiated
rnd an The Rev. J. T. Dames Bradford County. ((10)) Four gen-
f crime in business slack over New Year's at 8 o'clock last night Starke: I. H. Hazen Raltord; Ressl Stokes of Worthington, and three
locally or greater vigilc at the funeral and interment erations of Starlings Jiving to-
City Marshal A. L. Alvarez (Thursday) but up until Brooker.In sons, Murray Thomas! of Dukes
c on the part of our county the cemeterye.fQ;. owe4. Pallbearers eye. press CoUon. gether east of Lawtey. (11)) B. C.
4 city law enforcement of- were Orin Reddish Chas. described the situation as "very time the sco.'e had not been learn addition to these members, Holtzendorf. Jr. ((12) M. Con- Leon Thomas of Melrose and
ed, that the principal Algar Thomas of Miami. He wa
quiet. stated
Mr. Jenkins
clala. several
Smith, R. L. Rhoden. Wordolph stantlne, missing for
Johns Clyde Johns and Jim I The fire siren sounded at 12 o' of B. H. S. and the athletic months. Picture published in ef- married 62 years ago to Miss

Wright. DeWitt C. Jones had clock Sunday night ushering In Tobacco Allotments coach will b.., standing membersof I I fort to locate him. (13) Elmo Susan Hunter, also of Union
icing Studio Opening the committee, aa well aa officers County, who preceded him in
charge of arrangements.The 1940. A few young merrymakers Struth. AI Kay Carlisle L. O.
Bradford County's tobacco allotment Besides death by two and a half years.
Club. -
TLe Worm Dance Studio" will deceased was a native of whirled "around the block" blow- of the Jones, Bill Edwards. They are

D here tomorrow, Saturday, at Baker County and moved to Rai- Ing automobile horns and shoot- for 1940 totals 248.4 the president, they are Bill exhibiting the powerful new, Car- "Uncle Roll* aa he was famili-

: o'clock p. m. in the American ford several years ago. He Is Ing firecrackers.For i acres It was announced this Plummer, vice-president and E and army rifles. (14)( ) Donhla arly known, was a valuable citizen

ClOD Hall Norma Atlaop, direc- survived by his widow, Mrs. Genie the most part, however, week from the County Agent's office L. Matthews, Rncretarytreasurer.It Smith (Brown), Margaret Pearce, a loyal friend, and a devoted

announced yesterday. Pupils Rhoden, and by four children, residents of Starke greeted the ; where the work of calculat- was announced that a meet- Juanita Barefoot. (IS) Lyle father. He will be greatly missed

I'l' be enrolled and lessons be- Lois, Fred, Alvin and Ray Rhoden. new year by rolling over and put- ing each man's quota has just allotment Ing of the committee will be held Anderson. ((16)) L. II. Harper. (17) by his many friends.

in. At the opening tomorrow an Four brothers Levy, Calvan. t>lm ting In an extra snore or two. been completed. Last year's some time before the expirationof Edwin Starling. ((18)) P. D. Reddish Funeral services were held
288.9, but 590.6 acres
Ihibitlon of the various dancesbe and George Rhoden, and two sis was basketball season. member Board of County Sunday afternoon at three o'clock

[ taught Including social ball- ters. Misses Marllee and Rachell were actually planted since growers -I Comml .doners. ((19) Uncle at the Harmony' Free Will Baptist
Recent Births RecordedMr. had voted off the government Died
m. tap ballet, toe, acrobatic.' fthoden, also survive. L. Price Friday Sammy Grlrfla, getting ready to Church near Worthington

.11 be given by students of the and Mrs. Cecil Douglas restriction. of the go through his wart-removing with the R.v. E. B. Joyner offici

rma Dance Studio of Gaines- I1YR1) STAYS ON .tS JANITOR Starke, girl, December 30. I A prominent resident process. ((20) Carl Kdwarda. ating. Burial was in the family

Jle. Everyone Interested in the Ernest Byrd, Industrious' one- RKAPP01NT PHYSICIAN Melrose section for many years.L. .- lot at Ft Call with Masonic rites

t of dancing is urged to at- armed janitor at the County I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, Law- Dr. W. B. Parks will serve I Price died at his home there COUNTY ATTOKNF.Y: NAMED by the Lake Butlerlodge.! :v
girl, December 31. He wa *
tey afternoon.
Mrs. Allsop has studied Courthouse here, will serve In the Bradford County another year aa last Friday M. F. Brown was reelectedcounty Pall bearer! were W L. Brown.S. .
ofe same capacity for the next twelve Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parrlsh, county physician. The appointment the father of Miss Edna Price Inman' Harrison. C.
ring under many masters and county prosecuting M. Brown,
Mon I I Lake Butler, boy January 2. was made at a meeting of and Mra. H. G. Alderman of Mel- attorney and
art including Arthur Murray.ed months. He was reemployed attorney at the Monday L. Brown. Dermis Roberta
LeQuorne. Albertina Rosen, day by the Board of County Mr. and Mrs. James K.' Purdee, Couny Commissioners here Mon I rose, and Mrs. L. R. Alexander of I meeting of County Commissioners. Marcus Howard.

In Daganova and Jack Stone. Commissioners I I Lawtey, girl, December 30. day. Waldo.


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1939 Eventful Year For Bradford County

Review of Past Twelve Months Gives I '
platform at Lawtey. First car of, refunding program at annual _v-
Interesting Side-Lights On
strawberries leaves county for ling of S13.285 in interest on $783.- Accident Tragedies Of The Year

Important Events northern markets. Senior Class 000 In outstanding bonds Green

of B. H. S. presents "Sweet Six beans swamp Farmers Market at .. -
If anyone asked, you'd probably reply that 1933 was teen" to crowded house. Announced -i good price of 95c: per hamper, t .

only "so-so" as years go: twelve months; fifty-two weeks ; that county schools would I Consolidation of Graham and
receive $22,534:\ less In state funds' Starke schools voted down em-
about all there
winter, spring, summer, and autumn-that's .
because of Murphy Act and Home- phatically at polls. Bartram's
was to it. Yet a hasty review of the Telegraph's file reveals stead exemption. 4-H Clubs reorganize Ixia. rare wild< flower, believed to

that 1939!) was not entirely devoid of interest- that it for year throughout have been extinct for 30 years,,

had its moments-that it was, in fact, an eventful year, and county Lawtey school ends discovered between here and Law-
term la time for students to pick tey by group of University of
one that was unique in many instances.A strawberries. Army pilot killed Florida botanists. Figures reveal

year that brought the completion of a new Legion when plane crashes into Santa Fe December the most popular month k'' .

Home, the opening of a new Armory, the dedication of a new Lake. Big freeze sets peak of for marriages in Bradford Coun-

athletic field, the start of a new National Guard Camp, and berry season back four weeks. ty. Legislature passes bill requiring ,
United States begins condemnation motor boats on Kingsley !
the promise of a new postoffice, cannot be branded as altogether suit for postoffice site at Lake to be muffled jj W $

worthless.It corner of Walnut and Court JUNK Bradford farmers get

was a year of broken records, for Bradford County Streets.M.1ItC11Bids. $9,200 in soil conservation payments ,'
I : received on 6 1-2 1
strawberries from December till June-the Three boards
farmers picked miles of Road 13 "missing link". compromiseon

longest though not the most profitable season in the mem- Legislation framed to give Coun- race track fund split; Bond

ory of growers here. It was a year of amazement, for ty Bond Trustees a share of race Trustees to get 4000. Legislature -

mothers and fathers were shocked to learn that sixty percent track funds received here. Frank-I passes local bill increasing
lin Pierce McCall kidnaper
terms of city clerk and marshal t. ;,1
of Bradford County school children were infested with trocuted at State Farm from one to two yearS. Townsend -

; was waar year 11 of CELEBRATION OF THE YEAR eachy l low shipments ebb Lawtey.Clubs organize Bradford at Hamptonand County Airplane Down in Lake Santa Fe-Loss of Life: One Aviator

sure r 1 e e s for ,, after February Telegraph makes debut with new
.. '"
right under our ax"- + .. freeze. JimmyWarren "stream-lined" front page; old)

unsus p e c 11 n g Judy subscribers begin to howl, long

,. noses a group of Green crowned and loud. H. C. Wall promoted
Univer s 11 y o f r t king and queen of from Director of the Unemployment -

Florida botanists i-- ,: Woman's Club Division of the State Indus I a
\ announ c e <1 the *r iw; I sti-awb err y fes- trial Commission to director of

discovery of Bar- tlval Nelson, the entire commission. Girl week:

trams Ixla a q :Moore Ralph Net Six out of seven births are :fe

rare wild-flower, "' I lies, Hogan Smith male. Telegraph issues 18-page! I
believed to have Jr., win first place Farmers' Market Idlllon-largest! j

been extinct for 1 n judging contest In past decade. Mr. and Mrs. J.
thirty years, t -j. A E. Norman celebl'atel\Oth:\ wedding
at Fat Stock
It was a year
Show. Bond
k City
f JULY 3,000 attend! mammoth
of superlatives I Trustees red uce Fourth of July celebration at
thefts: 1
electric CUr r eat State Farmers Market Five rural
the Delco plant rate to benefit schools begin 1939 40 terms.
"En Masse" At Farmers' Market On 4th
from Pine Level Humanity "bis: consumers." School Board yields to protestsand s

Church; the water pump from ligan killed In accident on. way ,Three men burned to death in postpones opening of B. H.
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Greatest home to California after holiday vorgt highway accident of year S. until first Monday in September. -

nodal dlwappol I n t men t: King visit here. Mr. and Mis, H. D. when trucks crash two miles Mrs. S. F Hamrick, former
George and Queen Elizabeth's refusal Wasdin of Graham celebrate south of Lawtey. L. D. Vining kindergarten teacher, dies of injuries Truck Smashed on Hoad 13-Loss of Life: Three Young Men

i of an Invitation to visit olden wedding anniversary. Road elected commander of American after being struck by an
, Florida at the request of Bradford 13 closed for repairs in spite of Legion post, Bradford' County receives automobile. Supreme Court upholds I study of 1939-40 budget. Countywide -]

County's Representative Ceo warm protests from Starke mer- valuable publicity In program Railroad! CommlaHlon's decision i tennis tournament gets

H. Inman. Promise of moat interesting chants who feared loss of tourist over WRUF's farm hour. requiring G. S. & F RailI I under way. Figures show 50 per-
campaign: That of second travel. Marriages, births deaths Headquarters Company receives way to continue dally run through ,
cousins R. A. Green and -all found to exceed proceeding trophy representing award for county. Three fliers killed\ In rent of Staikeites are church t

Charley E. Johns for the seat in year. Memorial forest near ilghest figure of merit in rifle plane crash during National Guard members. Tobacco sales for season -! ra

Congress held by Lex for the past Gainesville dedicated to the late target practice. School Board maneuvers at Keystone Heights. total only $60.000.; $100,000 r

16 years, Austin Cary, famed forester and expresses dismay over poor at- Jury decides that $4,100 Is fair hail been hoped for. City police

'., Here's> how the year stacked winter, resident of Starke. Willie\ tendance of students during berry price for postoffice site property wage losing fight against practiceof
up, month by month: Thomas Brooker negro, murderedtwo and loss of here. Drive begun to raise funds Kingsley vacationists wearing
J 4Cason, consequent
J.\NUARV-County boards organize other darkles In Jacksonville. for refenclng Crosby Lake Ceme- shorts on streets A, J. Griffis

.- for the year. L. L. Conner Fakers robbed several Bradford state money. Commissioners give tery. : breaks political Ice by announcingfor

again; heads commissioners. I County homes under the guise of $130 per month 'tUGUST-State's: re-election as county super

K...J. Lewis succeetis J. H. Moore coming ln "topray.." Starke for two month.. CAMPAIGN Attorney T. K. Intendent of schools. City officials -

alii chairman of School Board A. 'wlnggters' make debut at Birth- to Improve farm- Duncan and _As-! I announce plans for making

.: A Durden chairman of County lay Ball to-market roads tenant j o e nuiVilliams Staike, eventually tax free through 1
Bond Trustees. M. F. Brown take of- revenue from electric light plant.

succeeds T, Frank Landrum as 1"JIUtl'HComml8Klont'rs: luring the berry Ice. City Council Bond Trustees allow three-cent I I

county attorney. Mrs J, R. Hal- promise first $100 for new loading season Rotary inno u n c e s that cooking rate. Mrs. H. H. Young I
Club I minstrel announces growth I S ht S'

r CONSTRUCTION OF THE YEAR breaks .* 11 attendance OF THE YEAR of library, to 2,914:
r -d volumes
records |
,r t
r si>x !} ,
We? !SKITKMKKKFarme: :: -
for home talent

production; Doily r a begin I I Plank Through Auto--Loss of Life: Two
pickln g d i Is a p-
Lamb hailedas "" poi n tin i g cotton

comedy "dis crop; boll weevil il t '

covery" for her described as being '

rendition of ".1 "worse than ever."
Road 13 finally re-
Must Have Beena
Beautiful opened after re-1 1s
'>air woik, Frank
Baby S t raw-
Robinson. HI, be-
berry season I
reaches long-de- +, ,, comes Troop 70's
first Eagle Scout.
layed full i '
a Thu rs d a y half-
swing with ls arth i .
$60 000 week. holidays end. Big

New American ,;, gest news of year:
for Bradford I;
Legion Homededicated at Lex Asks II Election a t County In &n-;

"open house." Berry production paving liens may nouncement that '
new N a 11 1 Ion a
reaches peak with 36,000 pints be settled for 50:\ !
It One of Florida's! "Most Adequate Armories" 'I chipped during week perce n t until i Guard Camp will Plane Crash at Keystone-Loss of Life Three
be constructed on

.. w. ... -... '\1>1:11. Judy Canova radio- Nov.tobacco 1. Bradford beg i n s banks of Kingsley Pake termite "exterminators'1swindle of work pro-Jects in negro schocj,
r tar admits
., tf' ecu-stage publicly moving to market Lake. 849 s t u- I I Starke people out of hard- of county.; Tax Revision Leagtf<
sho balls from, Starke rather than
1 dents enroll at arned cash.OCTOKKK. announces! per capita cost of counl
r S Unadllla Ga. School Board announces with price: Charley Asks Election .
B. H. S. on first :
dMappo: I n tin g. County g e ta $5.- ty government in Brftdord'thlr" '
that It, II S. will open da o t new t :20.75
y from
era I long-pefld litigation lowest In state AgitatiofteRun
Fifteen schools Worn
CIrRI Monday in August to release County announces cut in tax" ,
levy over delinquent railroad for
project embracing cou"|
begun on staking new REA line I
students in time for 1940 berry for
general from 34 1.4 '
expenses taxes
I City Council reorganizes ty hospital and additional el'
Teachersrecommendations from Brooker to Hellbr[ o n n I I
picking. the Springs. Ancient oak trees at mills to 27 mills. Work begun on for year: W. M. Edwards! re-\1 paving.
of trustees accepted by
construction of new CCC Camp at elected chairman. State Auditor IMX: KMBKU: Tobacco
Lawtey cut down for protection -
board. Willie\ Thomas sentencedto Brooker.
State Road
life ImrrJ onment. Senator of nearby telephone lines. Curo- Department I Bill Walnwrlght may be candidate to be approximately 20 perce:I
completes 50-foot driveway and for State Treasurer Work In less than 1939 Trust
I y n Callstreet gossip; coluniiIst. I progress acreageS.
Johns and
Charley Representative
:;"0. Inman leave for Legislative makes initial bow in the Tele- Market parking: heic space New around Farmers' on new pre-cooling unit at j elections held In nine county !suj
senslon. Inman issues invitation giaph. Announced that more stale drivers State Farmers' Market. Bradford school districts in accordance WI'new
: than 50 licensee go on sale, 200 purchasedin County tobacco vote in, state
and Elizabeth percent of Bradford County growers law. Figures reve
lot King George Queen
New Home of Jone".Ian ford-White Post to visit Florida R. F. Clark school children are hookworm Lewis first succeeds three days. Mrs, Mabel C. favor of crop control. New pension -I Starke and Ocala lead state
elected president of Rotary Club. victims. Commissioners beg I n kok Clennie Hlc- group Social Security Re- stations per capita. Mr-:
Berry production reaches peak as county nurse. Government form League, Inc., organized here Mrs. Arch Green celebrate gol

ft -. with 36.000 pints shipped during Meanest Theft of The Year announces to shift plans with J. T. Barnes as president. wedding anniversary. New ordtosnce !
site of
h week. 3.0OO people attend open- Boy Scouts buy property near passed! to enforce Sundt

-, ..>r- A ,.if A M> ing of Gold Head Branch State ; ",- itw .l proposed post- Legion Home for construction of closing in city. Commission!
Park near here. State Farmera'Market I' office from .Call troop headquarters; anniversaryof : give additional $250 for Lawte!
br a'F 'tis and Court
; to troop celebrated with
reopens under manage- ; big platform. Arch Thomas, Jr..
ment of J. L. Gentry with rush of } H-- Frazee property meeting Odessa. Griffls and comes Troop 70's second Bag
at I
spring truck. Berry production Walnut and companion killed when car runs Scout. General Sumter L. Low

begins decline. Sixty-four grad- 't'.A' Jefferson. Hampton into bridge on Road 28 and plank: says new guard camp to be InvaH

uates receive diplomas at annualB. y 'f holds election passes through auto. New $27.-'' able to section 10.000 men may 1

H. S. commencement exercises. }' for first 000 Armory formally opened to.I (Continued on page seven)
J time in many public: with "o ea h/tuna"
Earlle Thornton and Levetta Griffin -
Bradford County State Farmers Market married In first wedding ceremony ,, years; M. L. ; and gala-dan- Cotton LOSING FIGHT OF YEA

ever solemnized on side- 1 Watterson elected : gin' ends season with lest
walk here. ( It : mayor. Lex I than 10 bales turned out.
Green announces 1 1I'
:\1.\'0 Summer half-holidays be for NO\'E\nlFR-Clty: : announces -
a re-election: asRepresents
Ar gin. Freeze In Carolina reduction of
; prolongs K .J ''
l' _. 11 v e, i
: y I berry season for additional two putting end tot I, three mills in tax levy. i,
I weeks Committee of }
I women protest rumors that he Tatsy Roberts crowned
I August opening of B. H S. m ti will
be candidate queen of P.-T. A. Hallowe'en '

I Three county boards begin argument for Governor I I 5.
I or Carnival. Dr. W. E. :
over split of race track t U. S. Senator B. |I Middleton announces as f
Work in prcgres on new
I tlood.lighteolthletlc field for B. tg play first Tornadoes candidate for county superintendent )

H S. Two .ir<' towers completedin game of schools.
; 1 J on floodlIght Old city loading platformnear
county by lorlda Forest Service Bradford
w Park
depot torn down,
llerry season nears end '
I r ; gridiron. W o rk ..
tr'eginuing after' 8-month shipping Beacon lumber to be used In con-
one of longest on record started on Law struction of hamper shed +
; receipts: .
< vi.tef
tiC Work on National Guard Camp 360000. Commissioners effect tey's new load-'at new Farmers' Market *
Delco Plant
Stolen From :
Church Ing J p I a t f orm. Fourth annual exhibition City's War Apainat ShorUii

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FLA. STATE FARMBy ajar, $60.t6: Ernestine BUdding. to Ormon Bench' Saturday after; Hutchenson' of the Vanderbilt I!

Bradford School Journal I ItTYE Mine Knza Veer ton $73.00; Jeorie Leo Lazenby. spending! a week here with her 1 section. I

High $72.83; Norman Johns, $82.8S; parents, Mr and< Mrs. Brltton i Those who were recent visitors:

Miss Sadie Prince has returnedto Luvertia Shepherd, $69fI6; Man Alvarez.Mr at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.

: .. I her home here after spendingthe Wells, $43.33; Arthur McRae. find Mrs. A. J. Fender and J Starling were Mr. and l Mrs.
_ rvB STAKKB, FLORIDA KIUIJAY, JANCAIIY 5, 1040 NUMBER SIXTEEN I $66.83; Essie Crosby, $43.33; Bev- llttlo
.. .. .. .. _.. holidays in Homestead with MISHes Shirley Ann and Charlie DnvlH of Starke and Mrs.
--- -- ----- --- ---- -- -- -- --- erly Cady, $53.33 G. E. McGau- :
; -- Miss! Wava Horton ; Hetty Jo Denmark pent the Lizzie McNeal of Winter Beach.

. STAFF INTEREST TURNS !'NEW MEMBERS Miss Enza Weaver has returned ley, $92.83; Harmon Morgan holidays In Orlando with Mr. Elder George Hodges and son,

dlt"" ln-Chld __ --- Jean Darlasygyd. to Jacksonville to resume her $72.83; :Muriel Norman, $6650 Fender's mother :Mrs. Lillle Wesley Colon of Hilliard spent Saturday
..ln-Chiet .. Gayle Sewell TO BASKEBALL I TO BAND Sorchle Baird $66.50; Ann .
Editor __ ... -- L. H. Harper studies at the Massey Business night with H. M. McRae.
po &. Patrol __ Frank Robinson SCHEDULE MADE College after spending the holidays Laura Morgan $76.00; Melva liar Miss Myrtice Fountain, o f Remember the services at Pine
.. Areh Thomaa Moot Hardworking Students tell $53.83: ; Melvin Futch $85.
tub; .... ._ Loral Bennett with her parents, Mr. and Gainesville was visiting MlcaeaArdella Level this weekend
.I ... ,1. _? Elisabeth Plummer Will Get "K's" At Mrs. Roy Roberts. 50; Mabel Wall, $81.87; Florence .'
f phy __. Clara Mae Harley First Game Next: FridayAt End of Year Brown, $63.33; Carl Roberts, and Verllee Starling Saturday -.-..-- ---- .
_.-... IM.. Gaines Melrose For Miss Hazel Rogers and Lois $50.00 .
; Marie Thede, $30.00; Rob- Kn '! .
KWllla r Elementary Vida Killlna-sworth News I If Boys and Girls Team We are happy to report that Drew were dinner guests of Mrs. ert Strachan, $63.00; Pear This community was saddened edgements." :

f Special Rper..rfy .. the Band's beginners are making Freda Drew New Year's Day. George, $50.00; E. E. Evans, to learn of the death of A. A.I ford County Telegraph.

Townsend Joe Ella Barr. With football season safely much progress. By next year Miss ChrtJtlne Cutshaw has returned $75.00: ; W. W. Green, $60.00; iI

K Stern Crews,., Betty Oren and as tucked away and cold weather they will be swinging It with the to her home In Greenville, Mary E. Lewis, $50.00; Grace '

Jack1oHAustin.__ closing in, the interest of Bradford rest of the band. We are expect. Term., after spending the holidays Robinson, $50.00; A. O. Jenkins MORE WEAR FROMYOUR

County High School is now ing some more new memberssoon. with Miss Enza Weaver $75.00; Sarah Jenkins, $40.00;

EDITORIALBACK" turning towards basketball.This Mrs. A. F White and lIOn Billy, Flossie McLendon.. $50.00; M. E.
will mark the first Roberts, $5O.OO C C. Anderson
year It seems that about the timewe Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Summers and ;
season that Starke has had a football sons, Frank and Leon 1>lr, and I $65.00: ; Mabel Richardson $50.00;
WORKre get a good band, or '
gym to play in and the boys are best Mrs. B. Wiggins all of Jackson Juanita Stewart, $50.00; Geneva Katharine FishoJr'
Isn't one pupil out of ten basketball team the players
forward to this of i Hartley, $50.00 Pearl Smith $50.-
eagerly looking ville were guests Paul McClen- ;
(didn't wish, when they found graduate. But there's nothingwe Dtffclor of/ Good Honninpii>t lit it it ft*
new Improvement.The don and his mother during the 00; Roosevelt' Smith, $50.00; J.
have and bear
I were only glng to one can do but grin it.
I'm vacation they would have material this year is far At the end of the year the band lolidays. A. Jones, 65.00; Annie Louise

Instead. from pleasing--only 2 lettermenare members, who Mr. Roberts thinks I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Townsend Gaines, $W.OO; I. J. Keller $25.- We've spent many an hour in our textile laboratory Investigating!

.e thing most of them, didn't back and a green group of have worked hard to improve. of Trenton were guests of his 00; I. J, Keller $47.00; I. J. Kel- the wearing qualities of many well-known brands of hosiery, to find out ;..
ler, $3.00 Carrie Robinson $50.-: what you can do to make your stockings wear "Wear squads. "
[ider, however, is this: two youngsters Is the only prospect themselves and the band, will receive -i father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. ; large of active
00; Simmle Hunter. $100.00 Pearl groups girls and women, hare helped us verify our labora-
,_ off would have put examine These boys seem willing to learn a lyre with a "B" on it. Edd Townsend, over the week Norman $50.66. ; tory finding, on stockings in actual use. Her are the several things! _'v.

after vacation, and two basketball, however, and althoughthe This emblem la to be worn on a end. learned which will help you lengthen the life of your stockings.

? would have been just long coach don't hope to have a sweater and will be red-and- Mrs. Freda Drew spent the General First, buy a good brand of hosiery. Before buying' plan your hosiery

gh trf dull students' minda, so winning season, he feels sure that black. Everyone In the band ia week-end I in Avon Park with rel- Loulso Warren Salary $50.00; wardrobe oaruf ully, and buy the correct weight' of stocking for the occasion ,
unless much reviewing Wall the material will develop for the working hard In order to have the At Ive A. J. Griffls. Salary $125.00; fur which you will use it, You'll find the following weights nuiUh>-

",. examination grades would future, after being given sound honor of representing the band Miss Jacqueline Woodward of Frances Peek. Office work, $14- 1 and 2-thread for evening wear
40; Starke Telephone Co., Phones, :T-thrend: for afternoon or informal wear .
bly be much lower, fundamentals this season. with this bard-earned emblem. St Augustine ia visiting her 4-thread for street or business
A. J.
; Griffls. 125.
;most everybody will agree All home games will be playedIn parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward Salary, 7-thread for service and sportswear

1 rather have one week and nortes. the new armory where there Meet Our Seniors and her brother, Richard,] 00 00; Louise Warren, Salary, $50.- 10-thrcad for extra: service
: Frances Peek, Office
instead of two and wor- will be plenty of room for spec- here. Of course the very sheer stockings do not wear as well as the
I $13.80; A. J. Griffis Travel expenses heavier ones. But then will want to wear them occasion for
you on their
have a
k galore., Nobody can tators as a standard sized play-
ESTELLE AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Moncrief, $2000; A. J. Grtffls, Of. beauty alone.
time when his mind is ing court. Admission will be 15 "
and also torn for children This week we are greatly pleased visited relatives in Marianna over lice expenses, $7.91; E. J. Lewis, Buy at least 2 pairs of the same color at the same time. It one of
and 25
ed racked cents cents for
But at having the pleasure of read- the .week-end. Board Service, 25.00; J, H. each pair wears out. you will still have a whole pair left. Sometime
examination anguish. adults. ing the biography of a great artist Moore, Hoard Service, U .oo; W. there is a price saving when 3 pairs are bought.

you get them over with, The schedule is as follows: of B. H. S. She became famous SCHOOL BOARD E. Mltldleton, Board Service, $23.- Bo sure, the linings of your shoes are smooth to prevent unnecessary -
mind Is once againt Jan. 12 Melrose and Girls
your Boys by her very beautiful draw- 00. wear. Rough eyelets or harp-edged buckles maya
airy, and of feathery qual- There Ing "Flea on A Horse. WARRANT LISTNOVEMBER aUo! cause snags and runs. \

once again emptied of itsmonths' Jan. 19 Archer Boys Put your stockings on properly. The best way is
This artist WaS born to Mr. and PINE LEVEL to first roll the of I
worries iv order Here 1939 ;; leg stocking down and slip the
there may be room for the Jan. 23 Baldwin Boys and Girls Mrs J. S. Austin of Lawtey not FundJ. By Mrs. II. M. Mcltiie foot through the roll into the toe. Then straighten the t''I
Transportation "
so very long ago, and after much y'r foot senm' and slowly unroll the stocking, smoothing ."
g four moaths' brain tweak- Here worry and real thinking, they decided E. Adklns, $200; K. H. demons The fellowship meeting at Pine + ., it up over the leg with the finger tips and straightening \\1//

Feb. 2 Lake City Boys and Girls to name her Estelle. She ia $8.00; J. L. Anderson $29.- I Level Church was well attended the"leg scam at the same. time. j

obody likes to have that chil- There commonly known as "WoodChuckStella. 45; Joe Peters Glass Co., $29.00; with several different churches a" Don't wear garters after they have lost their i,
thatardy Feb. 9 Melrose Boys and Girls elasticity They should have plenty of stretch. The
hair-raisiag sensation; ." George B. Flynn $10.00; Shell Oil represented and three memberswere J
concerned feeling; that Here Corp. $67.32; Standard Oil Co., L garter should always be clasped half-way down tile '.,
She was born at Kingsley Lake added to the church by welt or rcitUoread part of the stocking never in the
Illusive scare that only semester Feb 16 Baldwin Boys and Girls $154.27; J, E Adkins, $40.00; J. baptism.Mr. sheer
and attended school there for a iAtIIAatMIIsH.a part below the. welt. Fasten garters while still
s can Inject into a person'sImach There E. Adkinw, $40.00; Lester Slade, seated in order
to allow for knee action.
year and a half. The family then and Mrs. L. );. Haltwanger Director o'
throat, and backbone Feb. 20 Alachua Boys $52.62; Mary Williams, $18.00; Coot HouMtk..fii>t It Is important too to buy the correct size and
and children .
moved to Lawtey where Estelle and MJ'K. F. M
|d there are few people who Here Mrs. G. W. Rhames, $10.00; Nel- ".ii jt. length of stocking. Th size stocking to buy is the .
'say they've never experiencede Feb. 26 Lake City Boys and Girls completed school through the son Green, $75.11; J. K. Brown, White all of Jacksonville were actual length of your foot in inches, from the back of the heel to the end t

anything-but-pleasant Ben- Here ninth grade. She then came to $40.00; ...v, O. Collins '$51.61; Roy visitors here Sunday. of the too, measured alone" the side of Ui. lout

Ions. If many people deny that Feb. 27 Archer Boys B. H. S., where she is now a Tomlinson, $83.12; Elam Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and! The approximate: lenirlli of stockings you require is from the point II III

fey have-well, nowthey'ret There senior, $40.00; Frank Norman, $30.00; little son, Harley, returned to I where you fasten your garters\' to the bottom of the heel, measured at
the. side. Variations in si of ankle, calf and measurements make
Estelle is greatly Interested in their home In Jacksonville Satur top
Mar. 1 Alachua
"telling something"ell Nelson Moore, $20.00; Andrew some difference In length rquirements.' The standard l lengths for hosieryare
/ whatever has been said, HereMammy the Glee Club and enjoys music Redding. $30.00; T. T. Blackburn day after spending the holidays!I 28 Inches (short) 301 I rhea (average) and 32-33 Inches (extra long).

hied, done, and required, thee very much. She also likes art $37.60; J. A. Austin $6.35; H. C. here with relatives. Avoid l contact with /harp or rough objects, such as rough finger\

hundred students who attendH. Sez and plans to be an artist or a Kelley, $35.00; Ed Durbin, $32.60; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Anderson. or too nails, hard ralloll 's or corns, setting* of rings, slivers of wood

S. are now back at work, beautician after she finishes Richard Walton $33.05; Nod of Jacksonville were visiting Mr,, and rough places on chars. and particularly: desks if you are an office
since last Tue school. worker. Short bristly' h*r on the legs may also injure the delicate silk ;
have been Berry, $2.00; Levy Norman, $40.- and Mrs. B. J. Starling recently 1
Dear Chlllun
thread in sheer stockist. Keep your too nail smoothly pedicured. If
second. And few We hope she will the 60 W. E. Chester Mrs. T. B. and Mrs. V... ,
y. January My, but you-all looked plenty keep up ; Sapp, $17.10; Hodge you have dry skin on fift or l lgi, use a akin lotion on It as regularly as
actually sorry they're back happy dis mornln'. I bet you hada practice of drawing a lot so we, Andrews, $71.62; Swearingen Kelley -!! A, Browning were shopping in I you do on your hands/ If ;you are careful, many of the snags, pulled 4

k ere there's more life, and more rip snortln' time during de holidays the seniors, won't have to bother $25.00; Swearlngen Kelley, Gainesville recently threads and runs whirl hl\lJ"ell'o quickly and are so disastrous, can be

ppening ,ftY.e ff'' day than would ':. about going to the photographerto $4.70; L. R. Starling $42.60; El-!; Miss Carrin Alvarez returned]I avoided '
!&' fa-
w +
place. in*a1nad-house: tined have our pictures made. lery Sapp, $27.35; Wade Gaskins, -
jith everything from blissful De most beautiful trinklets hub Though we don't think we'll want $27.60; R. V Alvarez $72.38; C. <

norance to-brilliance? appeared since Christmas. but one! J. Crews, $20.00; Earl Green, .

Jean Davis. Gayle's necklace sho' am a After becoming very heated at $61.11; Sam Mott, $40.00; A. L.

beauty. the reporter's asking Estelle a lot Green, $7038; Charity Williams,

Madam Boolu Rivers and Selma sho' do look of questions about her life, she $35.00; H. G. Alderman, $13.00; ,

somethin' in dose riding breeches.I stated some of her likes and dislikes L. O. Jones, $6.00; O. L. Underhill -

understand Lizzy and a few : "I like all my teachers, all ], $32.61; O. L. Underhill $14.- s
tear Madam Boolu:
of her friends naturally saw the kind of salads, pretty cars, and 24; Louis Mobley, $15.60; Lester
I didn't have enough vacation,
Old Year go out and the new one going to church. I dislike snoop- Slade, $4.40; A, A. Edwards 87.
bat must I do? I'm back at
In Sunday night. I believe dey Ing peoplo, cold days at school 62. i
boot and they're making me
saw de day break, too. when I can't come up stairs at District
ork like a-an I dOR'tn't : '
know what. My brainan't What's lls Betty P. about you noon Hitler and war, too much Carpenter's Drug Store, Medical

recovered from the four and de cute barber from Starke? cosmetics, anti being late." Supplies, $3.03; Lee Qalney, Janitor -

onths I just got through with, Marian and dat certain one Forgive us, Estelle, for all we Service, $40.00; Enoch Kel- Iw
d It hurts. The brains of some from Brooker sho' am gettln' have said, and we' wish you- ley, payment on wood, $35.00; Ebb '

ople can take only so much. 'round lately. very, very, great success In life Thornton, Janitor Service, $50.00; !

t's me. Vacation was sort of: Mammy sho' am sorry so manyof Brady Bryant, Janitor Service, iLii
help )in resting my sorely abused her chill Un hab de flue. 'Hope $45.00; Nick Thomas, Janitor '
anium, but it takes longer than well On Tuesday January 11, 1922 Service, $55.00; E. M. Bennett,
soon get LtttW
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp of New
i ,
Janitor Service, $40.00 H. C.
week for an "Algebra wound"heal. dat cJ
Sadie, Mammy sho' likes .ef
Is there anything that bow in your beautiful I River, announced the arrival of a Green. Janitor Service, $40.00; K.
pretty Robert
son Dempsey Sapp.
H. Clemons Repairs at Brooker
ill medicine lotion,
any hair. It's becoming.
blond very
Dempsey entered New River Colored School, $20.00 Will Lee
pill? There must be some so- ; ,
and Caroline Green wuz
Helen School at the age of 6. Dempsey
Wood for $30.00 Enoch
Lawtey ;
Uon. The best of machinery
In Gainesville 'tother day. remained In this school until he I ,
Kelley, Wood $81.00 J. T. Kirk-
are out without enough rest, ; I \T
d the worst takes even less to Ralph Rhodes sho' am taking completed the eighth grade after land, Repairs at New River
Lake Butler for a spin or Is It which he entered Bradford High
U flat in exhausted weariness. White School, $15.00; E H. demon -
dat cute girl friend of his dere.L. School.
there you are. Now help, *, Repairs to Broker and
Ip, help! please! M. went fishing and said he This year Dempsey is one of Clayno Colored Schools, ,$12.00;

Out of my head caught one sO long.-P. S. How the outstanding Seniors in school and Clayno Colored Schools $10.- ,:

Arch (naw, I'm JokuV) long is that, L. M. ? His favorite subjects are clenceand 20; Ebb ThorntOn, Janitor Service
math. and his favorite
spor t t
Thomas Carl E., dat watch you am
Is football. Dempsey plays left tr
ar "Naw, I'm Jokln' ": wearing sho' indicates a swell Teachers Salary ,
How would craniume Christmas for you. It sho' am guard on the football team. Mrs. E. C. Long $21.84; Mrs.
your poor
When he finishes high school he
taking 'zama after Christ- mighty pretty. Jennie Morgan, $11.40; Carl Roberts

if Not sO good? That's what Arch, dat Christmas card you plans to enter an electrical engl $5000; ; Marie Thede, $3!.00;
school. We the Seniorsof I
Mabt-1 Wall, $5.60 Harmon Mor
thought. Ah, there Is one piece sent Mammy sho' am pretty. ;
f machinery that cannot be Mammy 'predates dose cards she 1940 wish him much success. gsa $30.00; Melvin Futch, 70.

oen by use: the brain. Worry received from her chillun. 00; Fla. Dank at Starke Paym'ton ., i i'F .'j
Wilma's False Teeth 1'ole 2287.78; Mr. K. L. Williams f ,
o more-there's something else Hazel S. can't very well decide
roag somewhere. Just be a which "one" she really likes best "11"01'11' Sw All Bites All-", $116.66; E. L Williams ,

ood boy and study-UGH! Estelle Austin and dat certain $100.00; J. H. Atkinson $76.66; J.

Confectlonately brunette from Lawtey sho' makea Hi kids: M. Whittemore. $83.33; Evelyn

Madam Boolu. cute cuple! These girls sure are strutting Stump $72.83; Alice Fernandez, RR

Be good, for I'll see you in de I those new skirts and sweater e $69.66; Eva Anderson, $72.83;
MEW TRAIN SCHEDULE I around' here. Those combination Daisy Fisher, $95.00; Verna f>emorest. ..

Northbound next. Your are doggy in other words they. $79.17; Rosaline Williams '\; ,,
To. 2 Leaves 8:28: A. M. Stopso. Mammy. are the cat's pajamas! Don't tell $79.17; Mrs. S. S. Dowling, $101.- e

192 Leaves 6:23: A. M. Flag anybody I said so but I have a 33; Lester Sponholtz, $82.34; I _

[o. 108 Leaves 5:36: p, M. Flago. sneaking suspicion that Dear Old I Blanche Vandivlere $66. 0: Luclle

102 Arrives 1:50 P. M. SAFETY PATROL Santa brought them. Please don't t Kennedy, $66.50; Eunice Searing II the world '
day people
Southboundo. STARTS YEARThe stop wearing them girls: $79.17; Grace WaInwright, $79.17; I Every

1 Leaves 11:35 P; M. Stopso. What's the matter Francine., Edna Hart $79.17; Lucile Ed-

[ 191 Leaves 10:53 p, M. Flag School--Boy; Safety Patrol I and Dorothy don't you have' wards. $72.83; Willie Mae Hlmton. over stop a moment. enjoy an -, II
To. 107 Leaves 9:30: A. M. Flago. $72.83; Evelyn Ritch, $6964; ,
without borrowing
started the by being on duty; enough !
101 Leaves 7:00 A. M. Stops as usual. If the Patrol boys makea .. and trading? If you don't we'dglad be Ethel 88.66 Biggs, 69.66; Ruby Lilley. ice-cold Coca-Cola and go
; Madge Middleton
New Year's resolution about to take up a' I
Kitty Hogsed, $63.33 Kate
; Shep-
be make
it will probably to buy you some.
OUR MILK Bradford High even safer this Miss Fernandez will you pleas I herd $79.17; Edna: Prevatt $76.-1 their way again with a happy ,

than the year before, although take your hair down EverybodyIn 00; Ruby Mae Perkins, $7917; I

year Bradford has a very low school will donate a little lucr Madalio Andrews, $66 60; Leola after-sense of refresh-

I per cent of accidents; In fact no. and buy you a lollipop if you will,. Roberts. $79.17; Lorraine Smith i complete

fj has been killed or hurt In Is it a bargain? $60.16; M. W. Morrow $50.00; M

one coming to school, and few have Boy! Miss Stump that Is a pretty W. Morrow, $58.66; H. B. Wiggins I ment. The pause that refreshes is

been hurt on the school grounds. piece of Costume Jewelry hang $69.66; Margaret Whitte-

Even though our school Is situ Ing around your neck. How about more, $:17.00;; Floy Sullivan $60.- 5

Seldom Equalled ated on a main highway, with letting me wear it some time 16; Ophelia Bryan, $69.66; I. B. a real idea-really refreshing. h

cooperating with school Was It a present from Santa? Cody, $123.80; Catherine Young

Never' Surpassed everyone authorities, we will have a safe That'* a snazzy Jacket Jean'I $91.83; Emma Hill, $72.83; ,
school.So wearing, but why l Isn't it red? Blanche Edwards, $76.00; Joyce

let's hope that during this Jean, we Just can't feature you]I Fetch $95.16; Jewel Roberts THE PAUSE THAT FRES, :

of 1940 we will have without something red on? A $79.16; Mrs. L. II. Futch, $79.16;
PETERSON'SDAIRY coming year reHelen Cody $79.16; Eunice Kel- BOTTLED UNDEB AUTHORITY OF Till COCA-COLA j
the safest year we have ever had you slipping?
In the history of the school. Until the next time.Wilma. ley. $7800; Lois Mayes. $73.00; STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING C .,

Frank; Roblnsom.! Lillie McRae, $72.83; Ruth Fra. 4


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I Joint Installation Is ImpressiveA refreshments during the social Recent
It SOCIETY and CLUBSMr. i I hour to. the following members: Bride

I Mrs. J, W. White, Misses Olive

I -' -- .. .- --- .. -- --- --- ----- and Amelia Ray, Mrs. J. F. Col-

". :! and Mrs. Carpenter I I Baptist W. M. U. Circles The Misses + noHt ley, Mrs. E. L. Williams, Mrs. M.
"r B. Herlong, Mrs. C. E. Johns
: Honor Mr. and Mrs. Wain* Hold First Meeting Hullo EntertainAt I i Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Mrs. F- H.

wright At Spaghetti Supper Of New Year Cocktail Party Long, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. W.
'l of the Woman's E. Mlddleton, Mrs. L. A. Davis, ,, ..:. 1
;It; Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Three circles Misses Edna and Carolyn Hutto
j.. were hosts Friday night when Missionary Society of the baptist were hostesses Saturday night r 4r and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.

A they entertained members of the Church held their first meeting of when they entertained at a cock- .-, Members of Circle No. 2 were

Co-Ed Sunday School class of the the new year Monday afternoon tail party honoring their house I 1 1I also entertained by their leader, _

:Methodist Church with a spaghetti at 3.00: o'clock. ] guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brownof Mrs. L. D. Green with Mrs A. I!
supper at the Kingsley Circle No.1, Mrs. L. G. Powell I New York and St. Petersburg, +I F. Sauls acting as co-hostess. ( 1I

Lake cottage of Judge and Mrs. leader met at the spacious coun- and Miss Irene Denmark of Jack- hI The country home of the hostess

A. Z. Adkins in hooor of Mr. and I try home of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. I sonville. was attractively decorated with

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, whose Decorations carrying out the The living and dining rooms of potted plants and wild greenery.

:marriage was a recent event. Mrs. Christmas motif were used In the the Hutto home were attract- Preceding the program hour' _

Carpenter is teacher of the Co- living room where the guests met. ively decorated In the yuletide the following officers were elected .

Ed class. Burning red candles and a brightly motif. A brightly lighted Christ- and appointments were made: I 3 tr .

The cottage was attractively lighted Christmas tree added mas tree added a festive note to Assistant chairman Mra. L. C.

'. decorated with a profusion of further charm to the room. the living room. Ray. :J7
who haJ ;
Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot j.L.ti j.
pine cones and Winter greens. charge of the Devotional gave The dining table was overlaid Secretary, Mrs. L. D. Vining.
Mexican charm strings added a with a lace cloth and centered of the Assistant secretary, Mrs. W. H.
some inspiring thoughts as foundin portion Masonic officers. who were installed at the joint I/Li
note of color to the charming set. with a silver bowl holding an arrangement Smith Al I
held in
the Book of John. ceremony the Legion Home, December 27. Included in the
of seasonal flowers Mrs. A. F. Sauls.
ting.Supper During the business meeting I above picture are: A. J. Thomas P.' M. Barefoot, Niles Schaller Treasurer.
was served buffet style balanced by red tapers. Dainty: Finance chairman, Mrs. I. P. Mrs. :J. W. Thomas who bet,
financing the Building Fund was (Gainesville), S. E. Sparks, IA G. Powell. C. H. Nasworthy, E. W. I
from a long table placed at one I sandwiches and cocktails were Shepherd.Mrs. her marriage, December 24, aMiss ,
discussed 'served from the table Hayes L. D. Vinlng Earl V. Simpson (Gainesville), Joe Sistrunk, C.
had of the
end of the spacious living room Following the adjournment of A. Futch and J. Green charge Evelyn Crosby, daughter ,
where the guests were enter- the meeting Mrs. Brownlee served evening. T. Barnes. program and presented Mrs. D. the Rev. and Mrs. C, A, Crosby)

tained. Centering the table was her guests tempting refresh- During the evening, games and E. Knight, who sang "Open My Brooker.
An arrangement of pine cones and ments. dancing were enjoyed. Music for Eyes That I May See." Mrs.

greens repeating the room decor dancing was furnished by L. S. Knight was accompanied at the add flour gradually, then InIk

,' rations. Circle No. 2, Mrs H. L. Brown Hutto and his son, Oliver Hutto. piano by Mrs. Green. slowly, until all lumps "are ?

:; Following supper many games lee leader, met with Mrs. R. H. About thirty guests were present Mrs. Frank Robinson read the moved and sauce Is smooth. Adi

$ and contests, with novelty prizes Cox at her home at the State to enjoy the party with the devotional service using as her egg yolks which have been beater.

7 being awarded the winners were Farm. Winter greenery and sea- two hostesses and three honorees. subject portions of the 3rd chapter and grated cheese. Cook slrwq,

::4 enjoyed. The hosts presented Mr. sonal flowers were used In deco- of Philllplans. stirring constantly until mtxtuti
and Mrs. Wainwright with a set Mrs. Shepherd read two poems,
::1" rating.In year both from a spiritual and has cooked Into a thick amooit
I' of fruit glasses as a memento of the absence of the leader from a business standpoint. "Land of Beginning Again" and sauce. Remove from stove. Bclt t

;: this delightful affair Mrs. J. H. Lord conducted the Mrs. E. W. Hayes. secretary, "Ask Yourself This Question." egg whites until stiff and will'

\; Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter were meeting, at which time plans were read the minutes of the previous Following the group singing of stand In peaks. Fold sauce i Into

assisted I In entertaining their made to complete the quilt that meeting and Mrs. J. L. Silcox, "Blest Be The Tie That Binds," beaten egg whites slowly. Pour|

.) l" guests by the Rev. and Mrs. is to be sent to the Baptist Or- treasurer pro tern, read the Mrs. A. Wood closed the meeting Into buttered casserole. Bake tea

Frank+ Robinson. phanage at Arcadia. It was also treasurer's report. Mrs. S. E. with a beautiful prayer. I a moderate oven until brown.!
announced that the 929 pledged ;4 .4- During the. ,social hour Mrs. Serves
f l.. Those Invited to be with Mr. Sparks read the BuUding Fund six.
'. and Mrs. Wainwright were: Mr. fob the Building Fund had been report in the absence of Mrs. Green served delicious refreshments Note: The secret of a perfect
:\ of ambrosia and cake.
\ and Mrs. K. R. Struth Mr. and I raised. Bullard chairman. Mrs. Sparks souffle is to fold and not stir I ti,
1-1r. Mrs. E. L. Molpus Mr. and Mrs. ] Mrs. FE.. Young. a new mem- alno gave her report as Personal sauce Into the egg white and all

Artford Brown. Mr. and Mrs. S. ber was welcomed Into Circle. Service Chairman. to have egg whites beaten yen

"" R. Johns Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Glen During the social hour the host- Plans were discussed for cot- RecipesCheese stiff. Souffles are to be serve;
I: Wood Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain see served hot tea and pound tage prayer meetings with the Some of the Eastern Star officers are shown in the picture above, piping hot to enjoy the delidouJ

.if: wright Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred cake. hope that the meetings would which includes: Mis.; G. W. Alderman, Miss Ella Sassee. Miss Lilly flavors. This souffle may !tx

); Guy Misses Lois Adkins, Virginia soon have a permanent place on McRae, Mi's. Verna Brice (Gainesville), Mrs. Susie Morrison (Gainesville Souffle served from one meal to the sir!
:.y Hope Haynes, Harriet Circle No. 3 met at the homeof the ), :Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence Cheese souffle is delicious when
: Fugate, program. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. Vonda, Inman, by putting covered casserole<;; !lr|
Bishop Dorothy Swambom. Mrs. H. L. Hough. Circle lead Each member had been asked to :Mrs. W. H. Hart, and Miss Ruth Johnson. served with chop suey and we pan of hot water and heating
\f\ Dorothy White, Lois Long Carol L er, with ten members present.Mrs. bring a donation of food to this think there's none better than .'

t White, Esther Simpson, Madge W. B. Alexander, co-lead- meeting and as a closing feature that made by Mrs. J. C. Garner'a
; Whigham, Abbie Harley Catherine ('r. led the Devotional using asher this material was equally divided spirit of festivity Never a dullmomentthat's tie finger at the right angle, recipe. Of course you can Serve I Woodmen Circle Notice
l -subject "Faith'- and the idea Paul Add similes: As smooth it
Haynes; J'lllce'Ferftlurdez., reading into six packages and distributedas with.many dlfferent.diahes butt Members of the Woodmen Cir
Edna (Mra. N. N.
: h Evelyn Stump, Lorraine Smith from Hebrew. Prayer was offered a New Year greeting to ) Prevatt'sblack as Mrs. Herlong's famous homemade i is especially good with chop and Woodmen Circle Junior!
A. by lira. A. M. Darby W. M. Persian kitty Is In the mints Add odd
r : Marjorie Stump Charles needy children In the community. Gainesville pet suey.Here's please have dues in by Saturday)']
.' Sam Alvarez John Guy. U. President. After all business cat-dog-and-horsepltal names: "Little Fish," the tag the recipe
.;:: Darby, was dispensed with Mrs. L. S. Hutto, secretary.
an acute attack of
Richard Theiie, A. W. Anderson Mrs. tiarby\ discussed the W. with. the hostess assisted by hookworms Tommy Williams (Jr.) has coined 1-4 !b. butter.

.j: Jr.. W. H. Graham Henry Guy. M. IT. WOK !in general and offered Mrs. G. A. Anderson served hot (My gosh! Even the for his young daughter Hear 1-2 cup flour. .

James Dennis, Mac Toffalete and valuable aiggestiona. for the workof chocolate and wafers to her cats have 'em!) Don't send the Sweeneys (recently burned 8 eggs. Mrs. T. J. Thomas and daughter .

j B. A. Pope of Fountain, N. C. the loci I society for the new guests. flowers-send catnip out at Hampton) are plannln' to 1-2 lb. American cheese, grated. Mrs. Vinson Mrs. Clara Sas-

.. '' --.- Last-go-tradeg this week from rebuild In Starke near Paul and 3 cups milk.Paprika. ser and daughter, Clara Ma, sit!

I... Law ley HostessesEntertain Scootle Andrews Duke in Miami Gladys Canova Hope it's true of Valdosta. Ga., and Mrs. G. V
\ \\ Carolyn CallstreetShe and Louise Snyder' in far-away 1 teaspoon salt. Phillips and daughter Mrs. OpalBagget !

,,i t\.; U. D. C. Wed. California. Thanks, gals Greetings, W. E. Bryant, Evelyn 1 teaspoon pepper. of Lake City were greets
;" !: Members of the W. T. Weeks Them kind words oughta rate me Ritch and Dot White! How Melt butter, remove from stove; Thursday of Mrs. Bertha Pearce.

rt4 +, : Chapter, United Daughters of the Pick&JIer; "Most Mentioned" List a raise in a coupla.years or so, I does it feel to have a birthday on
e 0, Confederacy were entertained reckon Lucile Mitchell writes the first day of the New Year?

;] t Wednesday' afternoon at. 3:30: o' ,Gang-Jay, folks for Carolyn's Those two tall, dark and I from Venice, (Florida\ :, not Italy) Seems to me congratulationsshould NORMA ''STUDIO OF DANCING

clock at the home of MrS. George Calvacap The big 1 news handsome North Carolinians John that "We can't get along withoutthe be double And here's
Mra. L. you've ten waltin' for (even if Guy and B. Opening Starke Saturday, Jan. 6, 2 o'clock p. m. at
Roberts in Lawtey with A. (Pope) Pope didn't Telegraph and Carolyn Call- many happy returns to you Ernes-
H. Hill Mrs. Hal Edwards and you duj't know it) Since this exactly detract from the "mlse en street. She !U a great pal. tine Buddlngton for yours on the AMERICAN LEGION HOME

,. Mrs. Effie Miner as co-hostesses. III the ssaBon! of the "Ten Bests" scene" either Same to you "Cindy" And seventh Social Ballroom Tap, Ballet Toe, Acrobatic
e{ Quantities of narcissi and Japonicas ((10 bit news stories, 10 best Eatelle Black and son. Jimmy here's' best wishes for you and Well, I'll close up shop this NORMA ALLSOP Director

k,: t'I' were placed to advantage movies 10 best actors etc.) I and purp. Snookle, in town Friday your mother Hope she's get- week with a resolution just received -

\ In the living room music room have th an unaccustomed burstof She won a coupla prizes tin' along fine at. the medical by carrier pigeon: "Re-

I.} !, and dining room In decorating for penup energy, compiled a list for her Christmas tree decora- center solved that business being some-

:{, thin meeting. of then most-mentioned person- tions in Macclenny, proving she< Holiday remnants: I liked that what slack, I will furnish free

,,y, Mrs L. A. Davis, president, alitleiln, Carolyn Callstreet can make a tree Just as decorative wreath with which :Mrs. Arch burial service for the few crepe

I presided! over the business meet Figur date back to the first as herself With all her Durden adorned her front door hangers who continue to Insist

,I Ins during which the secretary's I wet'1(n August, when this col- pep and personality, Estelle shouldbe All hand-made that Starke Is dead and should
all Its It wen too .
r report was given by Miss Madgel' brilliance first a big help to spouse Tolbert Misses Olive and Amelia not progress. (Signed) James
11 Mlddleton and the treasurer's report <. bursforth on the unenlightened who. Is alledged to have circuit Ray re- Hollingsworth ." /

''f by Mrs. E. K. Perryman. pub! of Bradford County Judge ambitions ceived Must be 80 Christmas cards So long See you In the .T
nice to be
The president asked members t o>> Hero the results Charles Fender in town well- rememberedby next .
l' so friends .
.i, many Santa
r.donate as many books as posslbli e Lding all contenders (as you filling one of those Marine uniforms -Carolyn.
have brought Lula Torode a chest of
l librariesImmediately mig suspected) is that
to the public and school that must have been de- .
; of sterling silver and Catty Monteith
preceding adjourn epltie newsworthiness Bill signed especially to
,Jt dazzle the W. O. W. And Circle
a diamond ring The old
\.: ., went of the business meeting Mrs. Gum with a total of nine men- eye and whirl the head He's guy'sgettln' oarrs
: Will
; tlol( during the past 20 weeks to be a regular sugar- Install OfficersThe ....awesI
,1', ;' Davis gave an interesting accoun proudly displaying a medal won
\f r of her visit to Stratford Hall i he ..Close upon his heels tread in sharp shooting Vows he daddy Isn't he? Woodman CircfS Grove and

'' boyhood home of Robert E. Lee Doa Smith Brown, MulletS did It with his eyes closed Favorite quotation: To eat is the Woodmen of the World will _

k'i' ;.r In West Moreland County Va. i. and T. K. McClam with a Says every time he looked at the human to digest divine! hold their regular installation of

it t ,i. During the social hour the fou r acr of eight Runners-up target he missed Incidentally Ain't it the truth! How well officers tonight (Friday) at 8 o'
-:t.I'; It hostess served their guests d e w seven mentions are: Rosalind a group of Charlie's friends hon- was I reminded during the seasonof clock In the Woman's Club. Mrs.

h( J llclous refreshments of chlckesalad : Mams Powell Carpenter Elmo ored him with a dance at the fruit cake, candy, nuts and egg- Maude Andrews retiring guardian -

sandwiches saltines, a nd 3th: Marjorie Stump, and Legion Hall Wednesday night Bhhhhh! In spite of all I could has completed plans for a

. ,. hot coffee. Jiny. Whittemore. The six- At the last minute Charlie found do I came near succumbing to a beautiful installation service and

. ,,'>51 5\; ( s boys and gals are: Marthath he had to leave Wednesday after- severe case of turkey-tummy she will give a report at this time
1 t 1i> Auxiliary To Meet [ Jimmy Brownlee Charles noon In order to "check In' in And speaking of eating remindsme of her year's work.

;\' Auxiliary of Ute pier, Katie Fugate Wainwright, time at Norfolk. He told the Bunny Kidd has a new The new guardian, Mrs. Eunice
' .Ii The Ladles .el Guy, Lois Adkins, and Har- wrinkle in the technique of Wilson will
Church will me party givers to "go ahead and putting take he chair and an-
!1; I' Presbyterian Tuei Wall So now that you have the party, I'll be there Inspirit away pancakes She likes nounce her plans for the year.V. .
H. Blasingome
t with Mrs. I. at three o'clocl( .w who the most "mentlonuble" ." 'em In stacks of six, topped witha P. Miller of Lakeland state r &* PICK YOUR

t:' day afternoon Bonham has charge c stiles are you'll know who to Such popularity must be deserved flee fried egg Remind me manager of the W. O. W., and &
\ .W. A.
+' Mra. and Mrs. B. C. Holt t tch if you want to keep up i to try It sometime when I'm de Miss Abble E. Holder of Jacksonville -

'" the program.will lead the devotional. th the news in 1940 .. But' Marjorie and Evelyn Stump lirious. Bunny National Regional Directorof

.: zendorf 'lat I'd like to know is how were off to Orlando Saturday to Bobby Jackson, projectionist at the Woodman Circle will be

; =Jt'irold li Wall rated this list whenI see sister Lillian get her "cap" the. .Rita was working in his present to talk on fraternal work. OWN CLUB

\' { LAFFIT-OFF I doesn't even live here any- The first step to becominga "CUDDY Hole" tother morning when ALL FOUn
, I ore! It he back
ever moves
\ full-fledged nurse Must group of local lads and lassies Leaders Are HostessesTo FOR ONLY
\ '
(here I can really keep an eye have been barged in and
e'' quite a thrill for all asked If they might
.., h him Whew! MembersMrs.
". DBCEa 1tY concerned Congratulations. play postofflce In the darkened
'i'I\ I M M Well that rustlln noise you, Lillian! auditorium! When he shouted E. K. Ferryman leaderof OF I YOUR I
,ear is probably new leaves beg Staike wa, well represented "Noooooo", the young incorrigibles Circle No. 1 of the Woman's FAVORITEMAGAZINES
\//1/ turned over or new resolu- Society of Christian Service of
photographically In Sund a y' a tried to bribe him with
Ions being thrown into the trash Times-Union Arch Thomas, "Aw. come on! We'll let you In the Methodist Church entertained AMD
r""\,' laaket As for me, I only Jr., pictured among the "Eagle" on it!" But it still was no Its members Tuesday afternoonat
t\\ 1t7g resolved to call Junior Adkln Scouts and a striking likeness of according to Robert's story .go. her home on Madison Street. THIS NEWSPAPER
"Andy"- -the his brotheradet. Arrangements of
name Snookle Corpenlng, a holiday Postmaster Winter greens
t.l Fred
{l, at Citadel have given him vlHltor here They did the one Stump says were attractively used In decorat-
young hopeful
-but don't know whether I'll l caught up with in*.
honors nobly, for both are photogenic him during this CROUP A* PICK
forget or not It's so hard to with a capital "F" . It seems that las'pas Christmas During the business meeting the 2 GROUPB PICK I
tr \ change after all these years So delightfully Informal. .theo mother and following officers were elected

.;:1'' Starkettes bade farewell t dance staged by George Manassa I son were but shopping In Jax (hadn't tor the new year: fAm.rla.lov ............ mot.l D Am.rtcM Poultry. JOtI"I"
\ f 1939 in various and sundry in the Legion Home they dlda) when they Mrs. E. L. Williams assistant o American Girl ...........< "><. I 0 Breeder' Gsaott..1 rr.
i' places Lillian Sternberg at the to raise Monday night ,bumped Into one of those numerous -' leader. o Christian Herald. ..-..... .45 .os.) 0 OoveHeaf. Americas 1-"_.1"..
\ I money for the
Tb. BET I'll tart in townteam's department store Santa 'I Mrs. o Horns Art.-N dl ersft ..2 yrs. 0] Fan .' Wife.1
Nightingale Gainesville Bill 1 L. A Davis .JoeraaJ-Farmer'* p'IComf
basketball secretary.
i 1Ja. N.. uniforms I[>HovMlMld
r.flAtl" Clauses UagazlM ..... .
' Saint Nick laid his 0 Stories .......1 ,t.
; I' Graham and the John Gills at the Miss Amelia ......
Only five gals showed Ray, treasurer. o acC.a'Uagszs* .......1 1 ..
Sort taffit Off. with up In full hand on the young man's head 0 "MI Grab .............lp
George Washington in Jacksonville Mrs. A. Z. o Modem
1 f mottle to bright. glamour regalia and Adkins, chairman of RomaiKM .......Iff.
the H_
t. rough-nd said "And what 0 Frind ......:......IPIMoasakoU -
.'Copl. In.u.anc. Jack and Rosalind Williams and-ready atmosphere made It would you Christian Social Service. Dope. toad (Cloys) Magszt.s..1 lp.
to tA. DOT. somewhere in Miami where of the best "two-bit" dances here one for"me to bring you this year Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs. :J. L. o Par***' MagaxiM .......6mos. | 0] HoMe Arta->N OMrat> ...1 P>
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Sonny ,
Will fut Mit'HAROLDC.WAL( they went to represent Starke at in years-:>ven if the "What! You don't Anderson, and Mrs. E. L. Mat O.rop.ZJPatMiwfar.. (wmfcly. ) .....lyr. Led, >onIWorIcI...._......1yr,
"Jumpln Farm
A y the know? howled the in .......4)rr) *. Nat UN ProcIIICer'.I'
_oa Orange Bowl fracas youngster thews, finance Stock L yr
spot{ By Jive" committee o Rcnuntic
was played nine times and great surprise "I'll bet Story ....,.....1 yr. 'tr-wt. ...1.IPu +
the way--ask Rosalind to tell you "Scatterbrain" seven Half a postmaster the Mra. J. W. White, Mrs. T. J. o Scr.. look ...........lyr.. troaw-iwe ReckMoatUr. .2"s. t
in Starke ,didn't Farmer ....
about meeting Rudy Vallee whileIn send Griffin o Silver
dozen embryo rug- utterll wire: you my letter after all!" and Miss Olive Ray Osoeth.n Sus..1 lyr. al>ocle 1 Islaml Red |o>...I... rr
the :
: Magic Agricaltwkt
City courtesy ....4frt.
present trying hard to learn committee. OSosHMra A The town Is but Odds 'n Ends: The O. DT... Confttuoa ....... .
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beginning to look .
the girls dldn Following the business! hour :Mrs. OSoccncW Faming .......jP'
et'nto mind : [] W_.
a tlaynea-es WodoI ....... "
are 2yr '
building *
morningafterthenightbeforeish a cottage W. E. ir-
bit .. They realize Mlddleton and Mrs. T. J. ......... -
LENEBAL f no doubt, 3n Santa Fe .
with the departure of Paul Knight Griffin
INSURAI Bo many attractive that the staggerer of the gave Interesting remarkson
today Is
holiday guests I particularly stag of tomorrow Every Gramophone Shop, N. Y.) the topic "Thy Thought Shall
now "
miss Doris Wilson. Lake- flabbergasted when one of Be "
I and then Established. Alias
someone would Amelia
+ r_ hurst N. J., Carole Lombard and firecracker into the huge toss fire-a herself his customers recently revealed Ray closed the meeting with an BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
current Interest of Ben Stemberc place aa none other than Emily Impressive
Just to add to the general Post prayer.
Hope you held
your Mra. Perryman served tempting STARKE, FLORIDAI

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Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown of- Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. Varnedoeof '
I BITS of LOCAL NEWS Richmond Va., have returned to Palatkn were guests New I'IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU

.n _n _,__. .. their home after spending the Year's week-end of Mrs. Varne- ;
holidays here aa guests of Mrs. doe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I By Katharine Fisher "
;4. .Hutto left Tuesday for a Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Lewis and Mrs. Bernice Johnson has returned Brown's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Smith. I
trip to Plant City.Ier1ong two sons of Brooker ware guests to her employment In J. McRae. Director, Good llomttitftag lust/tun
a ... last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Hoover's Studio after spending Mr.
and Mrs. George A. Marks
'i- B. spent the Mallory Thomas. the holidays with relatives In Bax- Miss and Every seven seconds has accident home.
I Carolyn Hutto of Columbia daughter. Marjorie, returnedthe someone an at Every yea*
on a hunting trip near ley, Ga. S. C.. Miss Edna Hutto of first of the week to their more than 30.000 people-mostly women and little children-are killed
Miss Jtnelle<< Hutchings is able home in home accidents; 150.000 or more permanently crippled; and nearly
Jacksonville and Oliver Hutto of in DeLand after spendingthe
to be out after five millions are temporarily disabled. These figures of ,
again being con- represent
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Thomas and Wildwood spent the holidays herewith holidays here as guests of only accidents which serious
are to be
enough reported. Doubtless there
of Waldo has
[ulakely fined to her home several
days cousin Junior Thomas, have returned their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marks' mother, Mrs. A. M. are many thousands more. Even so, home accidents outnumber traffic
holiday guest of Lyled because of illness. after spending the holidays L. S. Hutto. Darby. accidents and nearly all other kinds of accidents combined.

in Auburndale with Mrs. C. ;
-- --
Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of | Perhaps you've never had a serious accident in
C. Johns Miss Kitty Hogsed has returnedto Miss Lois Adktns returned Monday -
home. But
Mrs. Geo. W. Thomas Jacksonville spent last week-end your don't let your good luck lull you intoa
her home here after upending to Jacksonville to resume her false sense of security. The delusion that 'it can'k
e holidays with relativesna here as the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Miss Martha Brownlee has returned the holidays in Jacksonville with duties as a member of the faculty happen here" is the chief cause of the majority of (

Beach. W. M. Wimberly to Jacksonville after spend her aunt, Mrs Kitty Lane, and of the Riverside Grammar School home accidents. It makes for carelessness in observing ,
precautions and indifference to the existenceof
ing the holidays here with her in Miami as the guest of Miss after spending the holidays here possible :
nd Mrs. T. K. McClane Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden hazards. Both are an invitation for an accident to
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anne Edwards. with her parents. Judge and Mrs.A. is
turday and Sunday In spent the Christmas week-end in happen to you. It infinitely wiser to make a frequent
Brownlee.Mr. Z. Adktns. checkup of your home and of yourself too, and correct
Hie with relatives. Dawson, Ga., as guests of Mr. and
Friends of R. F. Theis will be any accident-breeding habits or hazards you may find
Mrs. B. B. Carden.Miss .
Thomas spent several and Mrs. Mallory Thomas glad to learn that he has Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Falls :ead the list of home accidents. An old of-

st week in Jacksonville Loral Bennett has return and Mrs. W. E. Thornton were ed to hla home after return-I of Tallahassee were guests Sat- fender is the skidding scatter rue. You can anchor
visiting at the home of Mr. and fined to St. Vincent's urday of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. yours firmly with one of several products we have
I;cousin L. J. Johns.I ed after spending the in
> holidays
found satisfactory, and which do not harm
Mrs. Johnnie Jacksonville several Wainwright, Sr.. en route to rugs or
Mott in
Brooker last
EllIjay Ga., with her parents, Mr. cause of illness Miami where they attended the Dittctortl floors.. Waxed floors should have the wax evenly ajpG -
pay ft-cents per pound and Mrs. F. T. Bennett. Thursday ..t Houkttfi plied and if wax which requires rubbing is used, the
Orange Bowl football game Mon floors should be well buffed ,.
I cotton rags meeting our I InititiH ; otherwise they may be
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. W. day afternoon.Mrs. slippery
No button or old Friends of Miss Eva Rigdon Wedding invitation a specialty
L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and
Bradford County TeleH. will be glad to learn that she Is Printed engraved or embossed. Mrs. J. E. Wilson attended the Poor lighting facilities cause many fall.. Each room should hare a
improving after being confined to Bradford County Telegraph.Mr. S. P. Vandlvlere and son. wall switch by its door so lights can be turned on before entering. Stairways -
her home because of illness. "open house" given by Mr. and Pitner, have returned after need "double acting" switches at top and bottom so that lightscan
Mrs. Frank Palmer in Alachua spending the holidays in Amerlcus be turned on before starting up or down, and off again afterward.
{ V. attended
Knight j and Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr., Monday afternoon.Mrs. Ga., with Dr. Vandlviere. Bedside lamps or switches save stumbling and falling when arising in j'
Gainesville Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing and and Miss Olive Dell of Gainesville the dark. Small electric night lights make dark hallways, bathrooms and

lay of this week. children of Jacksonville were were guests Saturday of Mrs. S. O. J, Griffin and Owen W. I They Dr. Vandlvlere were accompanied who spent home NewYear's by other rooms safe, and you can burn them continuously with trifling. \

guests Thursday and Friday of E. Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. J. Griffin have returned to their expense. i

S. Hutto, Garnlta Hut- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson. M. Brownleo.Mr. home in St. Augustine after Day here. Stairways need guard rail Bathtubs and showers are safer whenprovided .

llman Hutto spent Mon. spending the holidays here as ) with a sturdy grasping rail. Use an approved sturdy stepstool ,
moon in Jacksonville. Mrs. J. W. Kincald returned and Mrs. W. S. Johns and guests of their daughter and sister Mr. and Mrs A. J. Wilkinson or stepladder when climbing instead of a rickety box or mother makeshift

Sunday after spending the holidays daughter Dorothy, and Evelyn I Mrs. E. L. Biggs. spent Sunday in Green CoveSprings Most injuries from burns and scalds happen to little children. Keep
r IV S. Crews of the State In Tampa with her parents, Colson were guests last Wednes- with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. small children out of the kitchen as much as you can. especially when you

.as the guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. day of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Cone Mr. and .Mra E. C. Hogan and Mills They were accompaniedhome are preparing meals. Do not leave a little child unguarded in the bathtub;
ather, W. J. Johns. in Lake Butler.Mr. by Mrs. E. M. Thomas "intl he may turn on the hot water. Dr cleaning fluids are either highly inflammable -
children f Jacksonville
Mrs. Rosa Duncan and Mrs. o were Edgar Wilkinson who spent the or rive off toxic fumes. Keep a small. bottle of non-inflammable
Mrs. E. R. Brown of Garland Parnell of Lake Butler guests New Year's Day of their holidays in Green Cove. cleaning fluid for removing occasional spots and stains. Use It in a well ','
and Mrs Y. A. Harris of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ventilated room. But for a thorough lob send your clothes to a reliable .
ork and St. Petersburg were guests Tuesday afternoon of I Gainesville were guests Sunday Mrs. Stanley Bennett and Mr. dry cleaner. It is far safer. ::1
eats during the holidays Mr. and Mrs K. G. Duncan. Typewriter' ribbons carbon
nd Mrs.. L. S. Hutto and Monday of their son-in-law and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. paper, second sheets.-Bradford Look to the extension cords on your portable lamps and appliances. 4
I and daughter Congressman and -- County Telegraph If they are frayed or worn replace them promptly with new cords which ..**
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and Mr. and Mrs. R. Clark had bear the "bracelet the
\ Mrs. R. A. Green. F. as labrl" of Underwriters Laboratories. There are >
Ruth Rowe is spending' Misses Evelyn and Marjorie different of cords for different kinds of
I dinner guests at. their home at types appliances. Be sure you i
eks in Olustee as the guest I Stump spent Christmas Day in Brookside Farm Mrs. Marjorie Sue Middleton has re buy the right type. *
land, ,Mrs. J. P. Howell. Orlando with Miss Lillian Mrs. B. R. Marshburn and Wednesday turned to her home In Jackson- a
Stump. daughter, Mona ClaIre were R. S. Fernandez, Mrs. J. H. Lord, ville after spending the holidays Do not use portable electric appliances' of any kind in the bathroom. j
Mrs. Frank Hoover and Mrs. W. The shock hazard in the bathroom with its moisture and water connections .1
rt Edwards of Gainesville Mr and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and guests New Year's week-end of A. Bonbam, all of Starke. here as the guest of her grandparents is too treat. If a fuse 'Mown", it is a sign of trouble a short circuit v
yw .Year's Day here wither children and Mra Bliasett of Mrs. Marabburn's mother, Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mld or an overload. Do not replace a fuss until you have located and corrected
Mrs. May Edwards. Headland Ala., were recent G. W. Alderman. dleton.Lt. trouble and be sure the fu'r Is of the correct amperage. Don't
John M. Chalker returned Tuesday string makeshift wiring along lmrboard. or picture molding, and especially -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law-
I Floried Killlngsworth has Mrs W. T. Saxon of Fort Laud- after spending several daysin and Mrs.George Abert, Lt B. not under ruits. To do HO i" inviting trouble. If your house Is not j.j.the
son. Miami as the guest of his uncle, adequately wired so that you cannot use lamps and appliances conveniently '
erdale and Mrs. S. M. Simmonsand Sternberg of
to her home here after Kenning, Ga.. and
G. A. Chalker. While there he have more circuits an i convenient outlets installed. The cost will
1 several weeks In Atlanta, Miss Betty Stone of Archer was son, Tom. of Petersburg, Va., attended the Orange Bowl foot- Miss Doris Wilson of Lakehurst, not be !great and it will rc'i.ty you well In convenience and perhaps in
the guest Saturday of her Uncle were guests of Mrs. Bertha New Jersey have returned to their lowered electricity bilN All cl"rtiii-nl. >>1 installation work about the house .
and Aunt ,Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Pearce this week. ball game Monday afternoon. respective homes after spendingthe should! be done by a hrt rmi'i| elcctnHin in accordance with the national h.
local electrical antes l
id Mrs H. A. Lawson and Davis, and her cousin, Miss Jean Charles William' Chalker. JohnM. holidays here as guests of Lt. and <
and Mrs. Julia Eastman Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy left Sternberg'a parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chalker Sewell and 1.
Jimmy ,
Wednesday for Bradenton after N.
f Sternberg.
Sunday in Lake Butler .
A. Z. Adkins, Jr.. returned Wed WORKERS ELECTROCUTED: ficial respiration to the men for
laliveands spending some time here as guestsof
Miss Lorena Starling has returned nesday to the Citadel, Charleston, Miss Miami,-Robert B. Bums SO, almost four hours but failed to
Mrs. Carol
after Guy'a parents Judge and White returned MOn-
spending the holidays -
S. C., to resume their studies and Norman L. Brady, 43 steelworkers revive them. Both men were
of Miss Clyde Nelle : in Jacksonville with her Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. after sPending the holidays here. day to Southern College in Lake- married.
will regret to learn that mother, Mrs. R. F. Tison, and Mr. land after spending the holidays were electrocuted Wednesday -
.confined to her home bet TIson. Miss Irene Denmark returned here with her parents Mr. and when a beam which they .
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae
illnesa. I Sunday to her home In Jackson- Mrs. Olin White. She was accom- were swinging into position on a All legal blank, promissory
Miss Lillie McRae, and Mrs.
Mrs. Eldrldge Smith has returned ville after upending the holidayshere panied to Lakeland by Misses warehouse under construction here note, retain title notes, carriedIn
Frida Drew attended a family reunion
(and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsthe after spending the holidays as the guest of Misses Edna Christmas in Etholin and Dorothy White, Morris came In contact with a high volt- stock by the Bradford County ;

first of'tbe week in in Shubuta MJau..i as the and Carolyn Hutto. with Mr. and Mrs.Day Lee Whidden Tampa Jackson, and Walter Savage. age wire. Firemen applied arti Telegraph.S. ,cs

where Mr. Matthews had guest of her parents, Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker as
jfng of the Florida Railroad Mrs. J A. Toney. She was accompanied Now'a the e1 ann to get rid of hosts.

don. While there they home by Mr. Smith, your old rag, at a profit. We I

d the Orange Bowl foot- who spent Christmas week-end in will pay 5-cntn per pound for Mrs. T. Frank LandrUm and FREE DELIVERY

e Monday afternoon. Shubu tat boiled cotton rags meeting\ our children, Idell and Martha, have
approval but want no buttons or
R. Johns
returned to their home after PHONE
old panV- Bradford County ,
NAT SEZ Telegraph.Mr. spending the holidays In Inverness .
: with Mr. and Mrs. J, A.

Heard a joke over the radio the and Mrs. Walter Cooper Land rum. They were accompanied ;
other night. One fellow asked home by Mr. Landrum,
any returned to their home In San- 45
other if he knew why they were toI'Moa"Iay after who spent New Year's Day In
S!+ ringing out the old jear. The spendingsome Inverness.CentaWord. & Sons 1
time here as guests. of Mr.
answer was "Sure. Becaune it'sall and Mrs. H. C. Rltch.
wet!" SPACE ''I

Well it made me laugh but Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, NEAR TIlE S A. L. DEPOT
still 1 don't feel that way aboutit. Mrs. W. E. Thornton, and Mrs. CASH AND CARRY PRICES
1939 wan all right with me; to
Fronnle demons attended the WANTED TO cows and
and what If It was a little dump funeral services of Roland Thomasat bogs. Market prices paid on nil {.r
behind the oars-let's forget it Ft. Call Sunday afternoon. grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247. IRISH O1 Plain or S. R. Omaha ,

and pitch Into 1940 like we really Starke, Fla. 3-31-lyrp POTATOES 10 Ibs. JLC FLOUR 20 Ibs. 65c ;
meant to go place and do things. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd and ,

son, Richard, spent Sunday in WANTED-Tractor work to do. .I

_i 6 Pair of Oshkosh B'Gosh Hawthorne as guests of Mrs. R. field Plowing and linking Good grove and Staley's 1 A PEANUT
O. Kldd, Sr., Mrs. W. C. Helmln- work at 20c
reasonable See STARCH 3 for BUTTER 2 Ibs.
Overalls toller, and R. H. Helmintoller, prices. or write: A UC "
A. R. Moore, Starke, Fla. .

FREE Mrs Alice *R. Thomas, who 12-14 4t Fancy YorkAPPLES PEACHES

_. spent the holidays with her son- FOR SAL "Seeds that suc '
10 14
in-law and daughter Col. and Mrs.H. ceed." Western grown seed 3 Ibs. C NO. 2 1-2 CAN C.

To the 6 persons (adults) V. Knight, returned to her beans. Also peppers, tomatoes,

most closely estimating the home In Jacksonville Saturday.N. cucumbers, and squash. Prices

p correct weight of the bag of T. Ritch and Harold Bishop Store right., Starke.See them White's 4t 1-19 CELERY, each 1 U C NO. 2 CAN 6 C

sand hanging from the leg of returned the first of the week to
resume their studies at Emory at CHOICE Strawberry plants .- 10

1., an Oshkosh B'Gosh overall Oxford Ga.. after spending the varieties none better. List SUGAR GOODBROOMS 1 Q
holidays here with their parents. free. J. R. Sterling A Son, 23C
in our window.See Judsonla, Ark. 12-29 4tp 5 Pounds JL1/C

this bag of sand hanging to Mrs. Roy Smith has returned to LOST-Pointer Has collar

the leg of an Oshkosh B'Gosh Overall her spending home the In holidays Tennille here Ga.,as after the with "Nick" on and owners Fat Hens-Dressed "fl f Chase & Sanborn

in our window now. What a strain! name, "O. A. Green, A. C. L. 21c
guest of her brother-in-law and Alive lb. COFFEE lb.
or .
But an Oshkosh B'Gosh Overall, ) can sister Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun- Shops" below. Finder notify ,

stand a pile more strain than that! can. Rodman Underh i 11, Rt. 2,

Note the size and shape of the bag Starke, and receive reward. Pork SweetPOTATOES

of sand. What do you figure this bag Mr. and Mrs. John K. Lang- 3tp 1-3 SHOULDER lb. 10 C 10 Ibs. 1OC

of sand weighs? Test your s-kill. Then ford and little' son. Kirby, of FOUND-A pair of hound pup- ,

tarn in your estimate. Belleview, 111, were recent guestsof pies. Owner may have sum by

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight.Mr. identifying and paying for LETTUCE White Corn -g
Test your skill in this Langford Is a nephew of Mrs. board and advertisement Held 15c 60

FREE overall event Knight.Mr. by A. H. Warren Route 2 2 For 100 ib,. JL.

Starke, Fla. lip
If you are one of the 6 whoM estimate I* and Mrs. L. C. Ray re-
sourest correct you'll be given a pair of turned Wednesday from Jackson- FOR SALK-IS bicycles, from $6 PorkCHOPS -g OU Bradford Ccan o.

genuine Oshkonh B'Ooxh Overall free No ville where they spent the holi- to $17 each, In good condition.See lb. ,2C LARD, 3.20
with their and Billy Jackson or Billy Dow-
obIl "tlon. Just visit n.J'. be wore U days son daughter-
in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie ling. lip .
see our window and use youk skill in figurIne G. Ray. WANTED family to move on We Buy White Hens TOILETTISSUE \
out the weight of the bag of sand and farm with | fJLUC
enough help to operate -

M turn In your estimate. Woman's Club To Meet two plow share crop and At Market Prices 3 for ,

W-aiAs' Contest Starts January 6 The regular meeting of the fer harvest family acre able finance them-Pre- -.

Ends January 13 Starke Woman's Club wUl be held selves. N. D. Wainwright, Sr.
Wilson & Toomer FertilizerStrawberry
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o' ItpWANTKD
Bag-o'-sand will) be weighed at .j :30 clock In the club building with

P. M. Sat. Jan. 13 the president, Mrs K. G. Duncan, -sterlllred (boiled) cot-
presiding. ton rags with no button No 3.9-3 Bradford
IT PAYS TO BUY AT ..... Will pay 5-cents per
Mrs. L. F. Chapman, chairmanof 25 00 24.50
Legislation will have chargeof pound for those Bradford meeting our ,Special, per ton Special, per ton
approval. County
the program for the afternoon.
Hostesses will be: Mrs. L. A. Telegraph. tf

TERNBERC'fWEIGH Canova. Mrs. N D. Wainwright LOST-one blue mottled Water-* 47.5 Bradford If Prices Are Wanted On
Sr., Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. W. man's fountain pen. lever fill 27 50

L. Wall, Mrs. T. K. McClane.Mm. ing type. Finder please. returnto Special, per ton I
Fertilizer-We It t
Have '
Cheaper f
W. E. Murphree Mrs. P. D. Blake Jackson, Starke. Small

Fancher, and Mrs. R. C. Buford. reward. Itp I \I

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_...._. ....y dltADI"01tU COUNTY TELgcRArn.- !: --- 5.
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I FARMERS'SECTION( I Hints On Preparing Limited Pasturing t LIVE STATE NEWS I afternoon.and Mrs. Ruby Crosby Satu,,

: Bright LeafTobacco Of Dairy Cows _u_ __ ___________ W. M. Smith of Jackao, ,..
__ spent Friday night with
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u -- = I'F Seed Bed Best In Winter PLANS FOR lUG TIER RECEIPTS BREAK RECORD) Mrs. Leon Conner.

HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I Clearwater,-H. V. Levick sec- Jacksonville Smashing every
Mrs. M. J.
} RURAL I With Florida bright leaf tobacco Hundreds of tons of cow feed retary has suggested to the Clear- annual figure since Jacksonville Fouts returned ho,
'COMMON SENSE . planting their and plant food worth thousandsof thana Thursday after spending
f farmers now water Beach Progressive Association was called Cow Ford, more a I,

:MOW 1940 TURNS OUT FOODS ARE FUEL seedbeds for the 1940 crop Dr. W. dollars are lost by farmers that they sponsor a million century ago, postofflce receipts and days Mrs.with her grandchildren. 'li'i': ,
',1 B. Tisdale, State Experiment Station and dairymen of Florida each I for 1939 amounted to 1361687. Bishop Thomas at i
which would extend a
1 1I is dollar pier
Nineteen Hundred and Forty Whether one eats to live, or I. Crosse
pathologist, gives *uj Winter by allowing dairy cows to in the history td
ItiJ. thinkof plant > of a mile into the Gulf. The next highest year ,
old and to quarter
five eat it's possible
days lives to
four or
now gestlons on how they may guard roam the woods and barren fieldsIn + of the postofflce was In 1926, Mr. and Mr!,. Luther Harrell

iJ.) hag some 360 days of to the go record.before the human body as the a machinefor stored against and combat blue mold search of sprigs of green grass, BANDITS- ACTIVE---AGAINMiami. during the height of the Florida Brooker were visiting Mrs. ]Ii&i '
: becomes a part transforming 0
it destructive of tobacco Hamlin L.. Brown. dairymanwith rell's parents Mr. and II
brand-new into active the most says .-Detective Chief L. O. \land boom when the total reached Mrs
i, Yea we have another energy of diseases. the State Agricultural Extension M. Crosby, Sunday.Mr. .
said that three men, two $1,322,041
ahead of ua and whether we such as heat, work, exercise Scarboro
energy -
i, year that Service. Actual experiments
t, Past experience has shown rob- and Mrs. Curtis
masked and armed,
make a success of it depends and other activities associated ; of them Bennett
blue mold appears first in seed- conducted by practical LITTLEOrlando New York
bed of a mid-town CROPS OFF A recently visited
and difference employees
efforts t
with life. One th
: largely on our
!, however, between the body and an beds made on land used for the dairymen show that it is good gambling room of $3,000 Satur- Yields'per acre of aunt, Mrs. H. H. Lewis. enrout
: procedure.The limit-
in the previous seaSon business to confine cows on
same purpose Florida. in 1939 "on the Wauchula.,
successful Is that fuel does not be- day. crops
post year
Dr. Tiadale pointed out. To ed areas, he adds. whole were below average," the A
i for some of us, not quite so successful come a part of the engine. But he explained the farmer Brown points out that cows
Mistakes fuel is eaten avoid this CAKTKH INTIMATES PLANS Federal Agricultural Marketing HIGHLANDBy
: for some us. after food, or body -
miles day
bed site as far several a
select a walking
acreage, of the living should Orlando, Jerry W. Carter Service reported In Its annual MIllS M. E.
,1 in methods production It becomes part from last year' quantities of feed far in excess Crews
as practicable of the Florida Railroad "Below average Pro-
and other phases of farming; are organism. Foods not only run derived from -

n I. largely responsible for many unsatisfactory the machine; finally they are the bed.New land insofar aa tobacco the small of the amount energy of grazing to be Commission said here that the duction estimates are shown for Miss Jonnle Marr returned !\

results, while weather machine. United States senatorial race corn cotton, peanuts, cowpeas, day from Jacksonville
t where
: i ,
\ concerned that la most farms from December '
i} and other uncontrollable factors Furnishing fuel or energy Is one plantlngg are from on March. Most looked "very Inviting" to him and velvet beans sweet potatoes, hay spent the holidays.
well-drained, protected through that "I don't believe anybody and tobacco," the said.
summary which foods
responsible for of the in serve
are ways Mr. and R.
1 accessible to are dormant at Mrs. L. Crews
winds, pasture "
grasses I ijg,
can forsee! Almost all kinds of sweeping could persuade me not to run. "Oats and white potatoes made
no one the
Of body.
i. course water supply, and Is exposed to this season and the Winter grazing family of Starke visited reatb! ,
1': what will happen during the next foods have some fuel value. The maximum sunlight, particularlyon crops grow slowly. When slightly above the average yields. here Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
standpoint of ,
that protein
i 12 months and digested products I best for seedbeds short, there Is a limited and Mrs. Cecil
the east, Is days are Hardenf
must all make our decisions carbohydrates and fats in food Jacksonville,-By a slim marginof SEES END OF RELIEF: I
''I" we said. amount of sunshine, heat, and turned from Gainesville J
the pathologist |
and shape our activities I are burned in the body to produceheat four, violent and accidental Tampa.-Expressing great en- SUDIi
\. For each three or four acres of moisture. Short grazing periods after spending several days
the that things will and muscular activity. deaths recorded during 1939 exceeded aouragement over improved busi-
:' with hope of seed- two hours each day on .
100 yards one to with relatives.Mr.
tobacco square
come out all right Mistakes of Meats, eggs, fish, cheese, and that of the previous year. ness conditions Senator Charles

t .*-- -*--_.. .._m.. tinxmTAVA*., llAVA. bepn I milk are among the chief sourcesof bed should be prepared. Stumps Winter graying crops, Increase The report listed a total of 213 O. Andrews said here that the and Mrs. J. O. McCormil
IUQ' |MU9 JTCOM J.wr.-v n. --- --
this procedure
with value.
uaeful in that they have taught protein. Carbohydrates are that should---- -Interfere--be- removed. Beds shouldbe their Native farmers of Florida -be- violent and accidental deaths durIng need for Federal relief as a and children Joy and Jam, \

; .s by experience to be on guard the starches and sugars, which we from six to nine feet wide and fore the days of commercial fertilizers the past year as comparedwith "pump-priming" instrument! i a Tampa spent the week-end h
against making the same ones often eat as starchy vegetables cattlein 209 for 1938. nearing an end, leaving the gov- with F. M. Crews and family.
100 feet long. All practiced corralling
from 75 to
this And, too we like potatoes and rice, or flour ernment faced with the problemof
again year. beds should be about the same the fields, called "cowpennlng" Miss Ruthle Mae and G.
have information on prospects for pastes, or breadstuffs, or break- the land to profitable FISH SHIPMENT HEAVY adequately caring for those Wilkinson of Jacksonville

this and succeeding years that fast cereals. For a given weight, size.To facilitate covering, Dr. Tis- yields of ,food crops.grow Wisconsin Fort Pierce.-More than half a kept out of private Industry\ by Wednesday here with Ml\

nhould be helpful In making our carbohydrates and protein yield dale suggested that the width of dairy farmers have built a pro- million pounds of flay mostly age limitations or physical dis Louise and Catherine Marr.
decisions about the crope we plant the same amount of heat or energyIn Spanish mackerel and bluefish, abilities.ST. .
;I the frames be made at least six ductive agricultural state from A Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlmb
t and harvest. the body. Fats yield more were shipped from here duringthe
inches less than the width, of the lands that once were poor In plant and Miss Pattie Wimberly
In making our plans and shaping than twice as much. Week, representing catches JOHNS BRIDGE FREE Nichols the hoi
This will enable the food from the continued growingof holidays
5: our work tor this year we Most authorities agree that an cover. during a big run. Four carloads Jacksonville. Lifting of tolls
with Mrs. H. C.
to draw the cover cloth grain crops. Thrifty farmers Wimberly, Sr j
month or 10 to 12 farmer moved and from the St. Johns
must not wait until a adult should get about and were Thursday night river bridge Miss Louise Marr spent
down over the top edges properly conserve cow fertilizeron aeve
six montha from now-we must percent of his calories from pro- four more Friday night. In addition connecting Jacksonville and South days last week in Starke
It to the sides rather than their lands.
get to work on this business right tein foods, 25 to 30 percent in the fasten heavy shipments were Jacksonville, and a link in U. S. Miss Ollie Marr.
"It is or
to the of the frames. The average grade Jersey
now and do all in our power everydaY form of fat, and about 60 percentin difficult top to fasten the cloth to the Guernsey milk cow found on made both by express and truck. Highway No. 1 was the occasionof Mr. and Mrs. James Cox
from now until December 31, the form of starches and sug + a civic celebration here New
i Hawthorne and Mr.
fed and Mrs.
edge without leaving open- Florida farms when properly ,
make the a success. remember an ounce of TOO CARELESS WITH GUN Year's Day. The
194O! to year I ars. But bridge opened by Vanzant
which will enable paradlchlo- produces two to three tons of cow car and baby of HUll
I Procrastination Is one of the most fat, such as butter or salad dress- ings Quincy,-A. Lynwood Bevis, 30- the Duval county board of commissioners -
robenzene vapor, if It is used to fertilizer each Winter. Farmers spent Wednesday of last w
common mistakes we make and ing, yields more than twice as I year-old farm superintendent, was since 1921, was taken
: control mold. to escape. I growing tobacco, truck crops, with F. M. Crews and family
one of the biggest handicaps we many calories as an ounce, of prO- I killed while on a hunting trip near over by the state road department
fit Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Joints of the frames should and many of the other cash crops Carutl
I have when we do not succeed.We tein. The diet should also contain Quincy late Saturday when a which abolished the 25: cents per
banked stable fertilizer of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Ruj
snug and soil should be grown In the state give -
needn't call It making a liberal amounts of fresh shotgun discharged as he remov- passenger car charge that had
around the outside to fill low a value of from $2 to $5a Marr and family here Friday i I.:
"resolution"; let's Just get downto fruits and vegetables, especially ed it from an automobile. The brought a total of $4,194,291 in
of the ernoon.
12 inches
Boards 10 to ton. This by-product
brass tacks, take a look at green and yellow vegetables, and places. I with full charge struck Bevis in the tolls from the time the structure
best for making frames, dairy farm supplemented
conditions and circumstances, wholegraln cereals to supply vitamins wide are abdomen and he died before phy- i, was opened up to last November I II
but logs may be used if they are i phosphates, potash, limestone ri THE .,2t, ; o."
make our plana, and then push and minerals. Milk, eggs sicians arrived at the scene. I !... __ __ ___
fitted to make the top edges and other mineral fertilizers, -A---'-
those! plans vigorously and consistently fruits, and green or yellow vege- .
should be conserved on all farms
smooth and straight
all through the year. If tables are called the protectivefoods. MERCHANTS RENEW FIGHT OL
To prevent the cover cloth from where cows are kept. Brown con- RISINGBy
we do this we will stand a much Orlando A renewed fight
wire should be stretch- cluded. Mr*. H. II. Lewis
sagging. a
better- chance of coming- out "in oLuL_ _0_ ..._ ___. 4. against the state's one half of one J _
black" at the end of the ea lenginwige over l"'" temci v + cent tax Is MiC
the year. per gross receipts
those plans and make a success the bed and other wires) should be Green Feed For Hens Miss Betty Oliver of Jacksonville -
and have the Florida
Records experiences I results planned by Retail
umially obtains satisfactory strung crosswise. The cover spent the week-end with her
demonstrated time and again that Merchants Association. President
from his efforts. |I should be six or eight Inches Aids ProductionEven cousin Misa Dorothy Crosby. '
the farmer who plans well and. brand-new Elect H. Ernest Overstreet of ,

really sets himself to carry out now Yes.and we let's have make a the most year of above the plants.Government+.--- when feeds containing e.- Miami said merchants would be The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall 14L.oo I

supplied with information on and Mrs. A. T. Durden of Green '
it I Pays Bcntlal'vitamins are fed to laying # :
hens, the addition of green feedto qualifications of candidates seek- Cove Springs were visiting Mr.
Relief At Last
All legal blank, promissory Huge SumThe the fowls' ration will improvethe ing office in next year's elections., and Mrs. H. H Lewis Saturday. I,. .,1

notes, retain title nott-o, carriedIn hatching potency of their Mr. and Mrs. BLahop Thomas JACKSfrrTVlLLE'S
County federal government paid Clyde Drlggers poultry TO INCREASE ROLLS of LaCrosse spent the week-end
stock by. the. Bradford eggs says i "'
For Your Cough Telegraph. out more than 93.000,000 in 1939 husbandry instructor in the Jacksonville\ Florida W P A!I with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner LEADING HOTEL

to Florida farmers cooperating in. University of Florida College of rolls. wUl be increased by 2,500 I I Mrs. E. J. Lewis Is spending C. ,,.,/, at this. ........fcpraol .
Creomuldon relieves promptly because NOTICH' OF 1'.1'.0:11Ry : : : the Agricultural Adjustment Administration Agriculture. persons in January as an em- c'21-"1' hotel. to .*
awhile with her son-in-law and
I It BOBS right to the seat of the the power vantail In It the
of Public Instruction of program, H. G. Clayton Experiments revealing this fact, ergency measure due to failure of SUMM ER = W dwraiDwmCOMFORT
trouble to loosen germ laden pble&'D1.mcreaae daughter Mr. and Mrs. NeWsom .. .
secretion and aid nature, to nrmlford election County to, Florida be held on hereby Tiien- state AAA administrative of- Mr. Driggers points out, have an anticipated pickup in private' Mott of Brooker. .... JtZIhtW

soothe and heal raw,tender.Inflamed day calls January an D, 11140 at Riley 'Va ficer reported. shown also that green feed con- employment. State Administrator .sV lea VOlMkmB
bronchial mucous membranes. deii'H filling Htatlon at Graham In Total payments during the past tains beneficial which Roy Schroder announced the Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas ...aDdV.B.aa.blad BmrbrfwO
:Mo matter how many medicines you DistrIct N.. 11. I ...
School .
Special Tax amountedto fc.MHiifci. -**d i|
nave tried. tell your druggist to sell Bradford County Florida, for the year. Mr. Clayton said have not been Identified definitelyby emergency increase upon his return and Miss Irene Thomas spent Saturday Inmf. .anafaglc...--.nnl>uu ..
I :you a bottle of Creomulmon with the purpose of electing three trustees. 3471213.12, which included poultry scientists. "Not only from Washington and saidIt night with Mr. and Mrs.

II understanding. ; that you are to like and fixing two year the mllliiKe Par the for purpose the ensiiinIC 2513708.86 paid to 37,587 farms has the hatchability of eggs been was to be effective for the I.I! E. C. Lewis and were accompanied rorut..AUliCID
'j Uw it quickly allays the cough
way of holding said election the following for participation in the 1938 prO- month of 1 COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
'I or:you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION. named aa managers: John improved by addition of green January only. I home by Mrs. Thomas'
McKlnnvy are Krank Abrrnathy N. J. gram, cotton parity payments on feed to the poultry ration, but a- I sister, Irene Lewis who will spend COFFEE SHOP

Davis. and UlloyVanden, Clerk.A. the 1939 crop amounting to $209931.91 ,- the production has been steppedup DIVORCES SET RECORD: part of this week i in LaCrosse.Mr. .
for Ghost Colds Bronchitis J. (drift. farms and 0It00r I.a r..........
Coughs for 10,957 payments
Secretary.: 12.8 It 1-J -- also," he says. I Jacksonville An all-time\ record and Mrs. Daniel Pa-ulk and ......'-"-- -...... D.We-
under the Sugar Act to During the Winter, when egg in divorces has been set in little daughter, Fay, of Jacksonville -

: INSURE WITH Florida producers totalling $747 prices are highest green feed is :I Duval County's Circuit Court this spent the week-end with :Mrs.Paulk's .

1 572.32. a very Important factor in the year. Clerk Elliot\ W Butts reported parents, Mr. and Mrs. '

.; N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. The number of participating poultry business because of Its that 1369 final decrees had i Walter Underbill. BUSINESSDIRECTORY

farms in the program in 1939 was influence on production and be- been approved by the four judgesin

i! FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS 43,700. or an increase of 3.300 cause of its relative scarcity in addition to 17 annulments, as James Norman and William

over the number in the 1938 pro- compared with 1263 divorce decrees I Morgan of Starke were visiting
Phone 13 STARKE. FLORIDA native growth. "In order to obtain Jack Underhill Monday.Mr. -
gram. maximum production and to and 28 annulments recorded
Approximately $2,300,000 will keep the birds in good condition during all of 1938. The 1938 and Mrs. O. R. Smith and

; 1i be paid to farmers for participation figure the little daughter, Caroline, of Jacksonville -
for the hatching season, it Is best was previous high record -
i I FUNERAL DIRECTOR in the 1939 conservation program for the poultryman to plant green the divorces mounting since spent the week-tnd with The drink

I My Many: Tear*Experience[ Make It Possible for Me to B u4er Mr. Clayton said. feed such as oats Italian rye. the 1935 law setting up the 90- Mr. Smith's brother-in-law and

I EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEHY1CB Work of the AAA in Florida kale cabbage, collards, and other day residence requirement. sister Mr. and Mrs. L. ).[. Taylor.H. that

I MODERATE FBICBS last year the administrative official easily grown crops. ._; H. Lewis was visiting his I everybodyknows

I DeWITT C. JONES explained. Included measure- Green feed, Mr. Driggers explains TWELVE PER MINUTE brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

Starke, Florida ment of all bright leaf tobacco contains! app reciable Tampa-Asher Frank director Mrs. Newsom Mott of Brooker 1(1

L acreage, holding two referen- amounts of water carbohydrates, of the Florida Safety Council, Sunday afternoon.The .

duma, establishing total soil-de fats proteins vitamins, and min reported that a trafic survey on Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall .

I pleting acreage allotments for erals. Better health, good appetite four main highway gateways into and Mrs. A. T. Durden of Green A5'

each farm having a special crop and increased vigor are Florida showed an average of 12 Cove Springs were visiting Mr.

allotment, handling cotton mar- pleasure automobiles
usually found In poultry flocks were com
keting quotas, measurements of that receive green feed in their ing Into the State every minute WHY suffer from Colds COCA-COLA DOT. C

MEATCURING acreage. of depleting crops and rations, he avers. during daylight hours. He said

soil-building practices measure- 4 a count showed 5760 south-bound For quick WE ARE

ment of sugar acreage, holding FLORIDA ONE-CROP STATE cars in an eight-hour period. He I relief from 666 PRESCRIFrIONEXPERTS

educational meetings to inform Tourists are not the only crop estimated that in a 90-day period I cold symptom*

farmers about the program, and raised in Florida, as some winter there will be more than 500,000 take 006Liquid CARPENTER'SThe

i certifying applications for pay- visitors are prone to believe. visiting automobiles in Florida Tablets Salve Nose

ment on compliance with program Here Is a partial list of the food which with a total of 475,000 Drop Rexall Store

provisions.The produced In the state last year, I Florida cars, would put nearly a

program was administeredwith aa given in the Tampa Tribune: I million automobiles on Florida's

the assistance and cooperation Thirty-one million boxes of or-I I 7500 miles of State Highways. I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

No increase in prices of county committeemen, anges and grapefruit, four million
crates of Full line of Caskets & Undertaker Supplies
county performance supervisors pounds of pecans one million okra. 38,000 crates of AMBULANCE

clerks, farmers and others. A pounds of tung oil 93,000 carrots, 66.0OO boxes of lemons, DAY AND NIGHT SERVIOE

total of $330,000 was expendedfor cattle, 394.000 hogs two million 186,000 boxes of 1 limes 26,000 154 PHONE 154O.

carrying out administrative chickens, 22 million dozen eggs, crates of figs 43,000 crates of n. BENNETT Mjrr.

: work by county committeemenand 30 million gallons of milk one peaches. 56.000 crates of pears, "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION-

We Specialize In Sugar others working in the counties million pounds of honey, six million 101,000 crates of avocados, two

of which approximately I bushels of corn, four million million pounds of grapes 24,000

$249.000 will b, deducted from bushels of Irish potatoes one bunches of bananas, 24,000 cratesof

farmers' grant payments. At the million bushels of sweet potatoes plums, 727,000 pounds of pap- Your Cold!

Cured Meats peak of administrative work, as two million gallons of ayas, 8l.OOO crates of guavas 74- Cough Is ToughOn

many aa 850 persons were employed syrup 329.000 hampers of field 000 crates of mangoes, 136.000

by the state.Summing peas 617.000 bushel of velvet quarts of blueberries.

up. Mr. Clayton said: beans, eight million bushels of That is only a partial list. Flor- Your Friends Too!

"We feel that our AAA work ha peanuts, 485 tona of cassava 13 ida is a large producer of flab ,

been very successful In 1939. and million pounds of tobacco, 599,000 and shellfish You
which are not men- can't blame your friends for healing oils and Wi
we believe it wlU be even more pounds of sugar, one million tioned. And of course Florida wishing you would go somewhere highest quality beechwood unguents ereoeof, .

satisfactory in 1940." crates of cabbage 141.000 cratesof produces many things besides else with your cold and cough for penetration. Genuine CaliforW

GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD lettuce three million crates of food. Phosphate, for instance, colds are highly contagions and fig syrup gives Mentho-Mnlsioa\ 11'1

Jl'DGKS HAVE POWKK celery four million crates of and naval stores and merchant cause more loss of time from illness taste you will like and makes L ,

STORAGE COMPANYJ. Tampa. Authority to suspend string beans.! 582,00 crates of lima ships and paper and long staple than all other diseases) combined. cling to your Irritated membrane'!

automobile driver licenses has bean. 983.00O crates of English cotton. and a great variety of Get Mentho-Mulsion. MenthoMulaion so its healing ingredients act mort
I is
guaranteed to
been stop your quickly and
vested in judges of all trial peas a million crates of peppers, other products. cold cough immediately effectively.
L. GEORGE and rid
Mgr. courts I ID Florida by the newstate four million crates of tomatoes The potentialities of this state of that cough entirely quicker than you Feverish irritated air pasaag*]

(Phone 1067 department of public safety. The 476.0OO crates of egg plant, 13 have only begun to be realized.Its any medicine yon ever tried or are fine nesting places for strall
1201 N. Grove St safety department's "bulletin No. germs, including even such dane'
I million quarts of strawberries 5- toll and resources are so rich every cent of the cost will be re
1" said the department funded ous ones) as flu, pneumonia and tiberculosis. '
had delegated 000 carloads of watermelons 425- that Florida could be rich and without question.IfenthoMulaion .
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA suspending power to the OOO) crates of cucumbers, 408,000 prosperous! without touristsat I Is UM formulaof It is dangerous' to
judges Instead of any the dean of pharmacy of a large a chance with a cough due to a co
having each Individual crates of squash 34OOO crates of alL Watch Florida !
grow -
case decided at Talla- onions. 41.000 crates of beets 26.- St. Petersburg mid-westeru university It contains Mcntho-Mulaion is endorsed .1
Independent. vitamins Ad D to build i
hassee. up your your neighbors and guaranteed
000 crates of cantaloupes, 79,000 rto.0 ahrdlu cmhwfy etaoln ta .14..TssrfrUi, :,and osjcm soothing leading druggist nerrwhen.o .--,h;

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CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES What Was Biggest News Like.- -Pinnochio's- I NEGRO KILLED, -: One IN CRASHGalnemrllle negro\ was '<

--- -- - Wednesday, and his com-

SBArnsTi. METHODIST PRESBYTEltL\N' EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN Of The Year In Florida? panion narrowly escaped serious)

.... n. Ligntfootr R ev. Frank RobinsonPastor Rev. Chaa.! H. Allen ".. Hnrk.. Ckurrh Sunday School Supt Injury when their automobile
Pastor Pastor Rev Fred Yerkee, Jr. Mrs Ira Wilson overturned about four and one-
r Tb' mas. Supt. Rector Sunday: School Death and taxes made Florida's Everybody who read newspapers -i half miles north of Archer on
B. K. Ferryman.O .
? nday School Organist Sunday School Supt.Utss 10 o'clock biggest news stories of 1939. talked about the rainmaking Federal
Superintendent Highway No. 41.
School n. Deputy
day Mrs B. M. Davis Ella J. S....
9'6: A. M. of Church School Church School Supt. Organ iat ciiuncn OF CHRIST The two subjects included the powers of elderly Miss Lillie t Sheriff Frank Sexton sat the

I/,ins A.Service 101. Church 10 A. School M. Roy Mathews, Mrs. H. c. Brown Harry Pldcup European war, because death over Stoate, who came over from Oxford l negro had been Identified as Owen ,'(,

list Training Morning Worship Church School ServeesSunday Pastor there turned a new tourist tide Miss., last March to make .t Edit of Gainesville. :
1% 7:09: rvloe.P. M.Thnr Service, 11 A. H. 10 A. M.Morning 10 A.School M. Bible Sermon Study and t The p. m. Into Florida's Winter playground, rain fall (or did she?) at Frost- M.- + I

l.::00 P. M. Evening Worship 11 A.Worship M. : Sunday. -- ll.A. M.Lord'. Supper Sunday 3 p. m and American preparedness hiked proof. That was the No. 4 story.W. Trade your old typewriter In on '

!yer: !ireetto P.M. Service 7:30 P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00: p m. Fridays 7:30: P. M. evry taxes and food costs.) McLane Christie of Jacksonville a brand new. portable. Liberal ;;

.day.Btantat 8:00 League Young Meetings People' Holy Day.__l A. M MIIT. ALLIANCEThe They Included, too, the 1939 speaker of the House In terms.- Bradford County Tele ,

[ Director CanoTaloir 6:30: P M. MISSION President Legislature where a battle over 1937, rode alone to his death In graph.ENGRAVING. l''

J>n H. Powell 'Prayer Meeting HALLSponsors GOSPEL TAB. The Hev. FrankRobinson taxes and government expenseswas an automobile accident July 9 (

j Chairman Wadneaday.7:30: P.M. : Mr.Sponsored by. eased somewhat because the after visiting a fishing lodge near Plnnochlo, the new Walt Disney .- ,. r
and ,
Vice President ri
d w. of KlcUllurt D acons Mr. F, II. Lone Mr. and Mrs. T. QulgleyEvamrellHtlc The Rev. Leslie estate of Alfred I, duPont, who Kissimmee. Ills death was the cartoon character will soon take rI'i;

t Chairman Organist J. T. Quigley Service Shepherd died In 1936, paid nearly $3,000- No. 5 story because Christie, the country aa completely by I'.
Trustees Mrs. H. K. Perryman, Bible Study each each Friday and :
of SunS.retary'l'r..a..urtr
d O. Powell Assistant Organist Tues evening 7:30 1: day evening 7:30: The Jtev. Fred Yerkes 000 into the State Treasury ; veteran legislator at middle age, storm aa did "Snow White and :

Biggest story was Governor I was regarded by many as an out- the Seven Dwarfs." Here's a hat '::
-- -
Fred P. Cone's Successful fight standing figure for the political somewhat slmlllar to the one Pln

I MISSION HALL ley Colley, "Star of Pleasure"; with the Legislature against enactment -I campaigns of 1940. nochlo wears, and which the girls

!ob Jones AND TABERNACLEMany Ida Lulu Davis, "Star of Educa of new taxes. It spread( :Franklin Pierce McCall, the will all be copying soon.

tion"; Arllnc Dew, "Star of Love"; over the year, and Included such minister's son who kidnaped and

menus On HereHereafter of the regular attendantsof Josephine Johns, Prayer; League developments as the Legislature's killed little James Bailey Cash Jr. TIIAPe'1C .DEATHS HIGH
Tampa, Hlllsborough County
the Mission Hall were absent Benediction, repeated by all pres- record-setting appropriations for near Miami In 1938 for the biggest Sheriff Jerry McLeod announcedthat
ent. The church was made beau- which it provided no revenues, and
story had his
from the service last Tuesday year, 300 automobile accidents in .1 ,
tiful and the value of the
programwas Governor Cone's slashing vetoes
"big moment" when he was electrocuted -
night because of illness.
Prayerswere Hlllaborough last caused 55:
Ye believe that I Am offered materially enhanced by the which knocked out the appropriations'and February 24 In a setting '
ess for their deathsin
I sPeedy recovery deaths, compared with 41
all die In your sins." Jesus Mr. Gomes a lighting arrangement of candlesand some repeals:' of exist- that he made dramatic by his
gave studyof 200 accidents In 1938. McLeod
iot believe I the electrically lighted cross. Ing taxes. calm of TilE FINEST THAT : '
"Unless ye recital a written state
say the book> of Philemon. This Is
said 50 per cent of the fatal accidents .
|he"-that "he" does not be- a beautiful letter of Paul to one A joint period of fellowship was "Everything's going to be all ment about the case. It was the were caused by Intoxicated MONEY CAN BUY
said enjoyed by the members of the right, because we just won't
original. Jesus No. 6 story
|in the of his converts, written In behalf drivers.
I Am." Young People's Groups In the spend what we haven't got," was
ore Abraham was of a runaway slave whom Paul Business news, grouped, made --- ---+ VISITING CARDS
Baptist Pastorlum under the his of financial
existed with the Fatherthe had led to Christ while way summing up the No. 7 Jacksonville got '
a prisonerIn story \VOSI.\N: FOUND AII'ltllKKKIlj : ,
His life did guidance of the Rev Mr. Light- problems that arose during the i
beginning. Rome. n big Naval air base, and Tampa I j Oaytona Beach, -- Mrs. Ethel
gin when He was born In foot.A air base. Millions of WEDDINGINVITATIONS J
TABERNACLE year.No. got an Army Wigington, attractive 35-year-old
He came to this earthy well-attended Watch Night 2 story of 1939 was the I I
ehem. Last Friday was a Incle- dollars poured into pay envelopes employe of a department store
of the body of a virgin very service was held in the Baptist killing of pretty Ruth Dunn, I
ment night and there were several at the Tampa docks where ships here, was found shot and stabbedto
men. He died on i Church at 11:15 o'clock, closing movie-struck Miami girl, by
ved among built for the I
I absent from their accustomed I were Governmmt.1 "' Wednesday, near a park- BIRTH
bearing the sins of) the immediately after the stroke of Charles Jefferson, a bogus talent '
New construction setrecords
psa watch- I building automobile about halfway between -
places. Sunday night
a 11',1
mid-night. Young people from scout. A Palm Iteach County ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY
His body. rose
in own : that eclipsed even the"boom"
night service was held and a. .i here and DeLand. A partial -
the dead In the same the Baptist, the Presbyterian and jury convicted Jefferson, also
from In
of the 20's particularly DeLand
those i autopsy performed! In
pleasant surprise
wentto the Methodist Churches made known by several other names, on i
that was burled. He who attended the early portion of up I the Miami-Miami Bench area. I II I showed she had been shot twiceIn
where He Is at the this group. Solos were sung by September 27. I I "
'' the face and stabbed three ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS'
the service. The meeting was Governor Cone clamped a "close:
hand of the Father as theUan' Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss I Ranking next was (the spine-

advocate. He Is com' enhanced by the from presence the W.of J.II.girl's Frances Hemingway accompanied chilling experience of 12 Navy up" order on gambling In MlLrCh'1'II times. R, Shadburn In the body.said Deputy Mrs. Wlgtng-SheriffJ. .
quartette ,
[ someday. When He by Miss Marjorie Stump. filers trapped In the air above and a vigorous campaign '
again had been dead Bradford
apparently County
of ton
Bryan University Dayton,
"Unless ye believe that II Tenn. The The service next Sunday mOI'n-j Pensacola when a sudden fog by Attorney General George cuu-I'1 alrwe Monday, Shadburn said she
girls chaperonedby
rolled In from the Gulf of Mexico Gibbs resulted In closing Telegraph
[ye shall die in your gins" He I! Prof. Fish and wife. Mr. Fish ing will be the administration of per ,|: was n divorcee und the mother of
nt that He was the same yes-' the Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- nt night. The outcome: two places as I the Plantation, in I four children

y, today. and forever If Heft I Fish gave was a gospel the accompanist.message and Mrs. I per by the pastor. The evening I fliers killed, six landings, eight Rrowanl County. That, and other)I 0---------; '

what He said and saidt hour of worship will also be-con planes wrecked, four others landed developments In gambling operations -

He meant when He Immediately following this part ducted by the pastor. safely In South Alabama after end pioHocutions, made "Pur and Clean"

solemn statement uttel.e"'l of the program "Pop" Tibbitts A cordial invitation Is extendedto I out-running the fug story No.8.Culson )I )milk Is more than a
shall die In and his boys arrived on their way with us. We
eve that I Am ye any and all services. I phrase
sins" then there are preach- home from Lawtey, where they SUNNY BROOK FARM as president and Mi'8. L. \I Invite the public to
lin and have been holding services: in the drive nut to our
some American pulpits A. Brown an secretary and treas
absence of the pastor, and brought; I Ity Mm. Floyd It. frothy ((3 miles South ,
|hers In some religious collegesare Boy ScoutsThe urer. A report of all last Yl'"r'swork Dairy
going to die some day their testimonies and gospel meS- was given by the retiring on Koad 13)) and Inspect "

go to hell, because they dot I sage.At G. M Bennett spent' Christmas: secretary, Mrs. Long The next our plant

believe in the deity of Jesus twelve o'clock the group regular of In Jasper with his son-in-law und meeting will be at the home of '"
weekly meeting
man who dies in sin goes to were on their knees asking Cod'sblessings the Boy Scout Troop 70 was held daughter Henderson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mrs. T. W. Markey. After the I

Jesus said, "Unless ye be- on the work for the in the Church School Rooms of business meeting the guests were

fe that I Am ye shall die inir coming year. It was a helpful the First Methodist Church Tuesday and Mrs. A. H. Johns of served cookies. and hot cocoa

sins." There will be religIouspie and inspirational service through night The meeting was op- Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs..
will be out. Floyd Crosby Sunday afternoon.
in hell, but there
ened by the Junior Assistant Mrs. Connie Hostein of West
Icbrlstlans In hell. It Is wonderful to hear the Mrs. H. M. McRae of Pine
Scoutmaster, Eagle Scout Frank Virginia IH visiting her parents, ,
Level spent New Year's Day with
testimonies of young people who( Robinson, III, assisted by Senior Mr. and Mrs. G. ,K. McGauley.
ere is always hope for a rell- find Christ adequate to their hap- Patrol Leader Eagle Scout Arch her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. %

ns denomination aa long aa its plne s. The modern youth (co- Thomas, Jr., and Scribe Life ''and Mrs L. A. Crosby. Cliff Andrew, Mr. and Mrs. \ '
children of North .
logy is sound. The denomlnai called) protest that they have to Scout George Flynn, Jr The Those who enjoyed a family reunion Evans and .1 MATHEWS &c1F
Carolina the of Mr
i may be worldly and power- indulge In worldly amusements in Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag at the home of Mr and were guests 9z

I. but If it holds firmly to thed order to find enjoyment. But ; of the United States was given Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs. Beulah Annie Plnholster Monday. MODEL > ''

of God and to the funda- such joy is evanescent and must followed by the Scout Oath and Kelly Christmas were Mr. and There Is quite a bit of sickness :\ i

tai Christian doctrines, it Is constantly be revived in periodic Laws. The records for Decem- Mrs. Colonel Crosby and children here. Everybody Is having coldsor '- I ISTARKE.

aye possible for a Holy Ghost stimulation, like taking a shot in ber were checked and the reportof und Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas "flu"--.whatever It Is. The DAIRY

val to come to the denomlna- the arm. Not no the young ladles the" Patrols were given. The of Brooker, Mr and Mis.. O. E. little Green girl Is lots better. -

i under the leadership of some from Dayton, Tenn. Their faces Mohican Patrol Life Scout Leonard Crosby and. children of New Agnes Rimes Is very 111. FLORIDAONE SEV

(rageous, consecrated evange- showed that they had found the Smith. Jr.. Patrol Leader was River, Randolph Crosby of Plant School opened again Tuesday .,

When a church, whatever fountain head of nil joy, Jesus awarded all three Banners for the City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nor- after the Christmas holidays with QUART LIQUID SEALED BB48

y be Its name, ceases to be-I Christ the Savior. Jesus said of month of December. Having excelled man und children of Water Oak, some new pupils, find some who \ / j
ire that the Bible Is the Word the Joy that He gave, "No man in the matter of Advance- Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner, Mr. have been absent because of sickness .

God and ceases to believe the taketh your joy from you." ment, Church Attendance, and and Mrs. H. It. Kelly and, son' were able to return. I ,I

idamentaJs of the Christianh Next Friday night and Sunday Troop Attendance these three Mr. and Mrs Tate Crosby and The ninth grade Is planning tot! (

then that church has be- night Mr. Gomes will have chargeof ; banners were attached to their son Mr. and Mrs. Collie Crosby have 11 class play and has asked ,.,

e an apostate ecclesiasticalchine the study. Friday night the Patrol Flag staff to be displayed and children, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mis. Baird to direct It. The date 4i

and spewed out of the book of Jude will form the basis during the month of January. Crosby: and children. Mr. and Mrs. will be announced Inter. i

uth of God. There is hope for of the study. Sunday night the Several rearrangement were Floyd Crosby and children and Card: of Thanks NOW.

lackslidlng church. There Is subject of sin will be studied. made In the matter of patrol Mrs. Evelyn Crosby. V/e wish to thunk our many I j

hope for an apostate chinch, The children will gather after membership with the following Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Thomas of friends and relatives for their ,

re has never been but one school two days a week for Bible rearranged membership of each Brooker spent Saturday night kindness and sympathy during |I

edy for apostasy and that la study and chorus! practice. The patrol and the officers: Officersof with Mr. and Mrs Marcus Con the i Illness and death of our beloved I '

gment. There are religious first meeting will be Wednesday the Troop: Junior Assistant ner. Sunday Mr and Mrs. Con father, Holland Thomas YOU CAN BUY YOURTYPEWRITER

omlnations In America many afternoon Jan. 3. Other dates Scoutmaster, Eagle: Scout Frank ner and their guests attended the I Children of Mr. Thomas. .

whose leaders have repudiated will be announced. These services Robinson, III; Senior Patrol Union at Heilbionn. I'
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vicarious, substitution blood will be held In the Mission Leader, Eagle Scout Arch Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Mack Woods of AT HOME .

ement, the doctrine of the Hall. and Life Scout Enos Hayes; Sen- Jacksonville spent New Year's 1939 Eventful Year

birth, and practically all + ior Patrol Leader, Junior Grade,
-- -- day with Mr and Dire H. B. For Bradford 4
I County
er> fundamental essentials of Starke Churches Life Scout Mike Dew; Troop Kelly.

Christian faith. In these de- Scribe, Life Scout George Flynn two
I Buck Woods spent ChristmasIn (Continued from page )
Inatlons there are still a few Observe New Year'sWith Jr, Hat Patrol, Sonny Haynes, P. Jacksonville with relatives. i

Ivlduala left who as Individuals ServicesA L.. Bryan Harrell;, Freeman Register Let's all start tile New Year encamped there at one time. Work
I on to the Word of God and new fence for Crosby
I I ; Klbert: Earl Thornton; Ed- right. If you have any Items you begins on

fundamental truths of Hisd. large congregation marked gar Wilkinson; Chester McKinney, want published In the Sunny I Cemetery. "Boy Week" In births .
God Is these InJlUJalg glrht. Current
using Steve Weldon. eight boys, no
the final service of the old yearIn Brook Farm news, please get
In a very limited way, but the First Methodist Church Mohican Patrol, Leonard Smith, them to the correspondent not turned on In HKA extension line)I
is using them less and less. IfBy New River, Vanderbilt
Sunday morntng. The pastor the P. L.?; Charles Jones; Hilly Lee; later than Tuesday" morning.Mr. I serving nt
continue to support these Rev. Frank Robinson conductedthe Edward Drazie, ; George Powell; and Mrs Wesley McKae of and Kellbronn sections ChurleyJohns !
fcmate will for
machines God candidacy
service, using as his) theme William Morgan Lakeland spent one evenlirnr last announces II ,t1 I r
ntually check them off the neat In Cnngrexs. State figure.dlMclose rf
for the hour, "Personal Respon- Panther Patrol. Huck McMillan, week with Mi. ana Mrs. L. A. (rte
of those whom He "Bed Bradford's birth '
uses. sibilities." Mrs. J.V Andrews P. L.?: Comer Perryman; Buddy Crosby. f7 (l eJ fsv
your house Is left unto you The Davis Biggs Warren above average for state. News! u
a solo, "Face to Face. ; Bobby ; -
olate sang 3.7 miles. of Road 13 ,
Jesus said one time that only
St.John. tG
dispenser'with | Winkler Steve
evening service was ; 1UIOOKERlly e, -
en He walked out of the "missing link" will be Incompletewhen r
Peek L.
so that the congregation Wolf Patrol Sonny ;
Mr. L. L. Parker
pie. He haV of contract Is finished
walked Mack Futch Jack present
might join In worship with othersof Olin While; ; Ai
>ny a church In America be- Merchants agree that Christmas
the community In Union service Hall; Harold Crews. Aid :Mret
se the Hisn trade that of 1938. K
church repudiated surpassed
at the First Baptist Church, Associate Scout William Baker
The Ladle Aid met at the homeof
birth His blood atonement, discussed Booster> Club organized at ban-
where! large congregation assembled Tentative plans were
a Mrs. G. B. Colson Tuesday
bodily resurrection and His of National quet for B. H. S. Tornadoes Announced
at 7:30: o'clock for the for the observance
most of the
afternoon with members -
of salvation. Whenever He that lands reverted to the
the Rev A. Scout Week February 8th-14th.
delivered by
Its out of an ecclesiastical or- sermon present. New officers were State under terms. of the MurphyAct d
week there will be
During the a ..,.
E. Lightfoot. elected for the New Year Mrs.
Ucatlon sale In Feb-
deaola- will be on
there Is always placed )
An Impressive Young People's regular Court of Honor held In
left behind. The church Methodist Church for Wilkinson Harold Crews, ruary.
service was held In the auditoriumof the First < Edgar ,
ding may remain, but It Is ua- the Church at 6:30 o'clock the Troop> and for the parents and and Jack Hall; William Morgan ASKS+ TUB TKLEGKAPII: TAKES PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING .1

y. empty and always power- under the direction of the counselor friends of the Troop. Several was received Into the Troop as a : nPV" IL"AI. THE FACT THAT WE ARE NOW AGENTS FOR I

Jesus Is looking down todayn of the Intermediate Department Jacksonville Scouters will be present Tenderfoot, A number of Merit I Tallahassee Herbert Goddard, THE REMINGTON' LINE OF PORTABLE TYPE '

some denominations I n Mrs. Frank Robinson. to conduct the Court, among Badges were awarded the mem- alias Charles Jefferson. formally
rica saying unto them "I Members of the SeniorYoungpeople's whom will be Chief W. G. 1Jo bers of the Troop. appealed to the Supreme Court
id use you If I could. You Department and the par well, Scout Executive for the The first two months of the Wednesday for a reversal of the

not serve God and mammon. ents of the Young People were North Florida Area, and Judge J. New Scout Year (November and death sentence Imposed upon him YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERE IN 8TARKE

cannot repudiate My Gospel special guests at this time. Music Ollie Edmundd, Chairman of the December) showed very satisfactory for killing Frances Dunn 17-year- FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF YOU ARE' CONSIDERING

receive" My blessing and My wa furnished by Mrs. Abbie Harley Main Court of Honor of Jackson ( advancement and excellent attendance old Miami school girl. Goddard's THE PURCHASE OF A NEW MACHINE
er. for the counsel filed with the court I WE WILL IIF. GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE THE NEW
at the piano and Charles Pen- ville. Other! activities the and Interest on partof ai I

BUS SCHEDULE der at the organ. week will be Interesting and instructive the boys. Advancements and transcript of the record (If his I I! REMINGTON RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME.

North Bound The program presented by the for both Scouts and the general benefits accruing from trial, conviction and sentence at'

Intermediate Department under Scout parents and friends. Full Scouting are expected to show a West Palm Beach. Godilard'
ave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:3f:
of Marjorie Davis details of the week's observancewill material gain during the month counsel now has 30 days In which I
1:50: p. m., 3 p. DL. 6:15: supervision
m., 10:15 p. m.Soutb was effectively rendered.: The appear In an early Issue of and the next quarter. The earn to file a brief supporting the ap- .I Easy Terms Available

Bound subject of the program was "Star- I the Telegraph. est cooperation of parents and all peal. The State will have 20 days.1 I

Leave Starke: 2:20 a. m., 10:20: Guided Men" and thorn taking [I During December the following those In our community InterestedIn to reply after Goddard' brief is. I II
Keen Presidentof advancements were awarded. Scouting Is solicited so that received. Afterwards, the case I ;
01.. 2:20 p. m. 5:20: p. m. part were Patsy
West Bound to Tallahassee the Department, the reading of Arch J. Thomas, Jr.. was awardedthe the adult leadership of this Troop may be set for oral' hearing by I I BRADFORD COUNTY

L ave Starke: 5:33 p. m arrive the Scripture and the welcome highest rank of Scouting, that may feel that the entire com- the Supreme Court. GoctdnnJ

rke 13:55: p. m.Poe address for the parents present;; of Eagle Scout; Encxi Hayes made munity Is solidly behind the generally Is known ai Charles 1

free pick-up service (with- Vallna Phillips. Prayer; Virginia application for this same rank Scouting movement among our Jefferson. The court record also TELEGRAPH

city limits) phone Lacy Con- Sewell "Star of Gain"; Freddie which Cass awarded in January; boys. We can all be of great assistance lists as other aliases, Thomas I : 4

y. agent. Wlmberly. "Star of Fame"; Shir Second awards were made to by Boosting Scouting. Cochran and Thomas Ashwell. e


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Geo. II. Lowry, former pastor: ents when a
j cerpts, which should bring home to every of Starke Prfsbyterlan Church ed to Lawtey boy. lie
The Bradford County Telegraph American a greater appreciation of his THE POCKETBOOK Died in November 1939 at homeIn in May, 1927.Survivors Dexvet,

KhtubHshrd 1877 country, follow : :Maryville: Tenn.W. include lilt

"For centuries my ancestors lived in i o/ICNOWLEDCE-rtks R. Fowler farmer Born In Mrs. Mary Bennett, tbe I I
.. Bradford County, 1869. Died at Mrs. Mary Beavers of
and Enlefil! no Second Central Europe. Some of them were peas- 9 Col., to whom
rubllMohfd \\eekly on ' i home near Brooker, November he was ,'I i

; Class Madcr at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla. ants, some artisans, others were landed s f 1924, and one sister, Mn mum .....

proprietors; but all of them through those .... ......c. 1939.J.. M. Yantz, contractor and Trythall. of Englewood,

MEMBER centuries had been restricted in their op j ..a'.nol.'.....-rN'r1--ro-- former resident of Starke. Died Witt rongements.C. Jones had charge J.' '

portunities to the group in which they were t erR"' JereA November 22, 1939 at home near f'..'
r -
I' y| FLORin\PRESS ASSOOATOA \ l/4A_r7 ai.+'mrKcMAAa Fait banks. IN "'IIF: 'IIU'I'IT' ('Ol
: born, and not one of them had ever known -- George Starling, farmer. Born :::r.nlnU-'UI'OIU:: > Cpl;

.. stWOAi ?eovd&- the true meaning of liberty. Those who did In Gainesville, February 26. 1893. NOTICE TO tlF.FESD

not observe the restrictions under which IMCWI Died at home near Graham November Mary Ruth 1I1"N"a"e.
E. L. 1\Iall'beu ___________ Editor and Owner t 22, 1939 as the result of Plaintiff,
they forced to live into trouble
were got
: ,I 'W rle..A14 MOgiIrnYfawaso Injuries when struck by train Henry 1.ea MeN.n.ce,
had to flee his native land because he ABOUT Defendant,
one widowof
,M'c Aea 4SW neaelt4Aeeaae W., Kickliter. Born in FLORIDA, !
late L. UIlFJ.o1TJNJ'TO
adopted the religion of his choice anotherwas
AdmnreAdtertlnlng ;
Yearly, $1.50; 8hfonthll! 73o Payable tuts tmtrtnim THWOHTW : Henry [,ee
ostracized because he believed in the e MMf tmrtcMHtHr Chester; Nova Scotia, April 19, residence! In -unknown McNac' ,
Rates on ApplicationThe ... M You
A MNDM J r.r 1850. Had lived here since 1879. are hereby reiurMipear |
principles of the French Revolution; and to the Dill of CCHnlJlalql{ I
Died November 28, 1939 at home herein Ilgaln.t 1
you on ,
I Years of the Locust still another was jailed for expressing his here.Mrs. A.Monday n. 1940.IT'I the. 6th day ut or F.I

< own opinions. In 1848 father and y1 0 Maggie VMalnwrlght, born :$; FURT11EIt
And the Years Ahead my my tJ""L 1IKefm. ORDFIIB; ;
_c...... i 1870, was resident of Hellbronn thlM'order l ht' published q
grandparents came to America to escape "" Bradford Count THcm.
With the passing of 1939, one of the AFoAD. AOAoesvu Springs many years. Died December newspaper puhllxhed In "Rid!"
t this repression of individual liberties. ... oA 10, 1939. tv of If red ford, ones aaeh
... II'
eventful decades in modern history has '" l I four conxerutlve ,
most weeks
".._'"'. Gi4a.e Charles L. Moltt, former rail-
"They were led to these shores > my hand
as were ant
been brought to an end. Our nation now 'sLvoarn'sL road man and lumber company seal this' 3rd day of Jani";

t. enters a new decade during which, unless all\ millions before and after them, by a special AIOW AVWA4TNeae employe. Born In Starke, 1880. 1940(OFFICIAL SEAL) A

its people must face and reputation that the United States has had "QI AUOOnMAT1LY uvut I .ao Ar Died at home In Trilby December Clerk of Circuit Court, 1 tit,
I signs are wrong, lSeR
among nations. This reputation is founded iN "'''L''IHD.'' Jqe ANKR 13. 1939.Edwin, lY i T u R niK-i'r <'oii
and responsibilities -
k}i : grapple with problems, IIH4UKOHII (.O('NTV, ru
upon one simple fact : in the United States IN CHA'VCKItY s
tJ1 of the most far reaching character.
M. Bennett TO DEFENDAvl
j The 1930's will be known to historians of the plain man has always had a chance. Buried At Kingsley H. H. Griffin Plaintiff

'I"" the future as the duration of one of the "My father and mother were the first Juanita-VII- Griffin,

greatest and longest depressions ever ex generation in their families to grow up i in I Edwm M. Bennett, 64, a resi- Defendant
ll dent of Lawtey for the past 12 STti
of America. My mother became a lawyer. My FLORIDA miEKTTNO
be known
They will as years i
}t perienced. years, died in his home there Wed TO: Juanita Griffin, whoa!

experiment, of trial and error, of the acid father was also a lawyer. Of course, i in m nesday December 27, from a dence Cheraw and, South place Carolina.of ailtlrt

q f ( testing of cherished old values and old tradi Europe my mother would have found it impossible FARM TO PAC VRY' lengthy heart trouble. Funeral You are hereby! required i..
pear> to the bill of
services were held from the Law- complaint!
tions. to practice a profession ; and my A HKSHT SUK/SV SNOWS THAT" DUWttHT AOBICU17VAt | herein against. you on or I
A4W MA7WHAIS.<< AAI USCO BINOUCTI*/ TO HUMS .VW>V7MU4a tey Grace Methodist Episcopal Monday, February 6th. A/)1 i*
From the international point-of-view, father would have found it difficult to get .-- AMfAf( MMMWm TO RAMOMI'6.. Church at 2 o'clock Thursday aft- IT IS FURTHER ORDERia!
this order be
the tragic '30's came to a cynically appro- out of the groove worn by his ancestors. ernoon, December 28, with the for County Telegraph published, a In net tin !!f!
Rev. Herbert Hazzard officiating puhllHhed In said County at I if
it would have been
priate end with that most ghastly and unnecessary utterly im ford once enc'h week fur fun'1
sold interment followed in Kings- geciitlve weeks.
of all events-a war that involves possible for them to have given their six ley Cemetery. WITNESS my hand and M

a large portion of the civilized ((1)) world. In children the education which we received i in II I IN MEMORIAM I Pallbearers were L., H. Hill R. seal 1940. this 3id day- of January.

America. We went to high school and R. Thcde, I. B. Cody. G. W. Rob- (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A J. T>
1 l nation after nation the arts of peace have Clerk of. Circuit Court. 1 1-S r
erts. W. F. Moore all of Lawtey
: of necessity been put aside, to the end that college. As we survey the modern Progressive March 14, 1939. and L. F. Dink Ins of Starke. During NEUTRALIZE QU7CKL
"And with community that is Brad Jim Mott farmer. Born January -
I with the utmost ef schooling finished, there the funeral services a EXCESS STOMACH
: be prosecuted quar- A
war may ford County today, It ia appropriate 23, 1877; a resident of
were no doors closed to their children just j tette composed of Misses Clara Acid stomach
,_ ficiency. And war destroys more than men that we should pause for a Brooker since 1924. Died March, causes hear
(' materials and machines and economicsand because they came from a plain family in a moment and give thought to the 1939. Harley Jean Edwards( Luc HeMcGarlty. gas and indigestion. You car
essential liber- small town. No class distinction, no law interfered men and women who helped to Curtis Rowe. f aimer. Born I I and Marie Thede, all trallze this acid quickly byta t
states. It destroys those build of Lawtey, sang "Saved by Grace"and spoonful of Bislna-Rex .
the town and community 1904. Died at home near Lawtey,
ties for which men have fought and died in with their effort to earn a living in from the wilderness of yesteryear.We March 30 1939. "No Night There Mrs. W. glass of water after everyIt i

holy causes ever since the world we know the occupation of their choice, or to express should also remember those Mrs. B. D. Mead Born in H. Edwards was accompanist. is delicious tasting. B

values their opinions as they pleased."In who perhaps were not pioneer Baconton, Ga., 1858. Died at The deceased was born in Conway bottle of 60 doses for 50c i
began. It destroys those spiritual Mass., March 10, 1875, and at he"Rexall Drug Sto
but who, the wisdom that home of
all the long son near Hampton April
which are at the root of all artistic,cultural history of their family, comes with age gave us counsel I 3, 1939. moved to Colorado with his par penter's Drug: Store in Sta,

and humanitarian achievement. It has been these six children were the first to know, and advice to guide our footsteps.We Sidney H. Dodd, retired minis-

truly said that in modern war there can be from the time they were born, the blessingsof do appi'eclate their past- ter. Born in England, 1876. Diedat FBI Strives to SeverGangland's

no victors- there are only the vanquished. freedom. I don't want them to be the counsel, their friendship, and their home near here. April 12, 1939. '

last. Mrs. Classic Moody, born In
ri Political Ti
The greatest blessing that our BELOVED Bradford County. 1916. Died in
"This family record is the record of
possesses today is its physical remoteness any Auburndale, April 8, 1939.

"'. from the conflict abroad. It is a position of number of American families. For us the Mrs. Elizabeth Sullivan born in "TOCAL 14 political corruption dots America from Atlantic to I

. isolated safety that is enjoyed by none otherof value of freedom has had a practical demon Clay County. 1856. Had lived in Hoover grasping director impartially large town and small" declares )J. Ed,
the Federal
this of Investigation m a
stration. Freedom county 38 Died March P
for years.
means example that
the world's major There is a spoken article "
powers. fi ) 4 29 1939. "Streamlining Justice, written in conjunction

profound wisuom in the attitude of the great if you run a store, you can sell your products y Y"vTiY Soloman Morgan, born in Bradford Courtney Ryley Cooper in the September issue of Cosmopolitan.,

majority of the American people who say, to anybody without a government of- County, 1880. Died at homein "The amazing interlock crime and corrupt. politics," HOII

ficial telling you what the prices must be Micanopy 17 '.' .u..... .. .
; 1939. r"
and April '
in effect-"We can keep out of war, we \ ,m-; "' '''1n .
I ,'
; ,,
will keep out of war" There is no war partyin if you are a professor in a university, you r rf r5a' Earl Cook Sr., merchant Born I \, ?;t"t. %,.s 1 rSy : .
don't have to alter in Ohio 1871. Died April
statesman or delete historyas 26'1 '
and responsible
this country, no 1939 in Ashevllle N. C.. where i I /

urges our participation. Everyone a bureaucrat prescribes. If you own a he had gone for his! health. ;

should feel a deep and abiding thankfulnessthat newspaper you don't limit your editorial ":' Bill Starr eccentric early settler :

this is so. Never before was it so Important opinions to what an official censor approves. of Kingsley Lake. Born In...'

heads If your are a laborer, you can leave your job Somerset ( May 24, 18-' ., I
that we Americans keep our G5. F 4 q
Died 4
by suicide April 23 >
liberties. when you feel like it for any other job you 1CAlt. tt
in order that we may also keep our 1939. I a> ..Ai

If this country should become involved i in prefer; you and your fellow workers can Miss Arizona! Thomas, daughter'of '

bargain collectively concerning the condi- the late Mr. and Mrs. George|
it is practically certain that democracywould '
t war,
x' Born 1891. Died April
and surely tions of your work. If you think taxes are
t' vanish here just as swiftly 20, 1939.

as it has vanished abroad. too high, you can vote against those officials Jack Heard odd-Job man-about-
you think responsible. And there is no town. Mom 1864 had lived in 4T
c. Turning to our own internal problemsthe -
Starke 30
limitation upon your inherent American years. Died May 11.
task is i great. The gratifying improve 1939. .'

: \ ment that has recently taken place throughout right to criticize anybody, anywhere at any Avery Powell Mrs. Lizzie Epperson wife of

our economic structure must not be allowed time. help in making Bradford Countythe late Sheriff Henry W. Epperson.
"These are practical applications of this Born January 4, 1860 In West,
truth thriving community that it is
to blind us to the unpleasant
Point Miss. Died
thing called freedom. In this country we today. And so'we pause at the ,
that of the issues which we were forced May 17 1939.
take it for granted-perhaps too much for beginning of a new year to pay, General Frank Murphy floe\
I G.V.. Rhame, farmer. Born (right) and J. Edgar
to face at the beginning of the depressionare homage to the following citizens ,
still unsolved. A few of them have become granted. But in more than half the world who passed on In 1939: |.1 _in_ Pennsylvania.. 1874; came to FBI Director (center)
freedom does not exist. The isradford County 60' yearn. ago. ,
f, complicated and difficult. The immense present con- W. H. Green, father of Con. Died May 27, 1939 at home In writes "which came to the knowledge munities, they obtained a .uffi
flict in Europe is perilous to this freedom //tre" man Lex Green. Born in Hampton.W. of the FBI In the investigation underworld following to obtain
for relief continue, even of what the
',. expenditures because in a modern war people destroy the Liberty County Ga., June 1, 1861. H. Ogden. former president to be ordinary average criminal citizen believes trol of a ward in Kansad l>
much and unemployment cases was North End.
though business has improved Moved to Bradford County 1876. They persistently
very things they say they are fighting for. t Staike Townsend Club. Born horrifying to Frank Murphy Attorney to this control until they were
consequently:: has been reduced. Died January 8? 1939. | 1874. General of the United
It is because wish L.I I Died at home in Keystone States. latin* the affairs of the entire:
The agricultural situation, in spite of a long we to preserve our free E. T. Sharpe. retired S. A. Heights, June 11, 1939.L. Attorney when he took office last January. and controlling the Democratic''

remains democratic system that we must remain at Ry. crossing watchman. Born C. Prescott. retired farmer. his General Murphy: instituted elation in national election--*. P
still "speed-and-spme"
series of farm relief measures, and
peace. The great days of America are by no Oranseburg. S. C., 1873. Died In Born May 27, 1850 at Portage, the result has been magical.program Justice engaged befriending in his altruistic Peniu.t..o
tangled and somewhat unsatisfactory. Tampa Jan. 1, 1939. has been pour.
. means done. We have only touched the Ohio. Died June 23. 1939 at homeof materially speeded up and was also able to head eight'mous i
: To sum it up: We have plenty to do at H. Li. Gieen farmer. Born In son in Gainesville.Mrs. rendered more efficient. Numerous companies which depends
border of our achievement. If I did not be- this county 1870. Died January S. F. Hamrlck former communities given new strength: city contracts for their existeiw

I; home during the years that stretch ahead lieve this, Would not believe in America. 3. 1939. kindergarten teacher. Born In against corrupt plans domination have announced .To keep the+.u companies It'

i from 1940. Satisfactory results will be pos Because that faith is America. Our people, C. F. Hoover noted photog-j I Fayetteville. Ga.. 1861. Died : Many instances for housec brought leanlnJta.: to the necessary tracts Hoover for Pendercaat point cotj it''

sible only if the people as a whole are awake comprising only of rapher. Born In Iowa City la..1 July 12 1939 of Injuries received attention of Mr. Murphy were matters elections and to do this he l ba)<
seven cent the
per world'spopulation December 16, 1873. Died In' when which the Department of Justice <
watchful conscious of their needs, struck by automobile. dish out largess to the force
and are still control more than 45 per Starke, January 18 1939. N. D. Green farmer. Born in could not solve or remedy be. cooperate best with corrupt

and are deeply aware of their American cent of the world's wealth. And we enjoy Avery Powell beloved humoristand Georgia October 27, 1864. Moved cause tion. they Hoover were' says.outside"Citizens its iurisdic-who Eventually rhe"K..nsu City *i"
department by
controlled ]
heritage and way of life. For in spite of the highest real wages, the shortest work Times-Union paragrapher.Born to this county when eight year are being robbed by venal politics convict and all was ether m nife wf

the unproven claims of extremists, our only in North Carolina 1876. old. Died July 21, 1939. must face the facts. The other fel I of vice were in charge of hencM
ing hours, and the greatest percentage of Died In Jacksonville, January 24. Mrs. George Saxon born near low can't help you unless you help who collected tribute and paid' ]

real progress has come from productive, home ownership on earth. 1939.' Lake City. 1888. Had lived yourself. Your city your county and t the Penuergast machine. As']
at your
/ working under the R. P. Lewis state government will be only suit. Kansas City beiauis s W
employing industry, Brooker school
"So creed if I Hampton since 1911. Died as rood a* fight
my were asked to defineit there you to make them; for vicious killers criminal. '
American system of free enterprise which janitor. Born in Brooker, November Tuly 27. 1939. fit, declares. rubbers all of*
would and
fU' run something like this kidnappers
: 18, 1883. Died Persistent
t: from a minor to a world January Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Turner, big-tim crime simply were assured of protection.
brought power
! "I believe in America because in it we 26. 1939. wife of late W. T. Turner. Born cannot exist without the aid of I In an investigation of *I'
4 in century and a half. Sam Nichols corruption: this U its heart and the '
'. power a are free-free to choose our government, to sharecropper and 1854. Died at home of daughter H your city boa a high soul. .1 frauds in Kansas City by
I'i Here in America we have all that is character-about-town. Born in in Live Oak. August 14, 1939. U there to crime rate; eral Grand Jury following tMJ
speak our minds to observe gambling widespread
our different Clay Boast election, in 1936./: three T
County 1863. Died
needed to bring a greater prosperity thanwe religions; January in Starke. John Gllsson. farmer. Born De- sided prostitution. Kraft: if there are lop. I dred persons were COntteled J
23. 1939. cember 10 1885 in election due to assessments there inPPenderirast
industries the Clay County. was, still nothing to
have ever W. on city employee I
"Because M. Holloway, educator and Died merchants sad toe Ie
we are generous with our by suicide August! 27-1939. in these putrid j-
men, the resources. But unless we maintain freedom-we former ,state superintendent of Miss Bulah Edwards lion underworld then you hare eorrop- He was eventually tripped bfown'
share born 18- and
our rights with those you must tight it by home of P
schools! Born In Bradford avarice. A huge sum
our basic liberties, our American ideals who disagree with Coun- 69, died September 1. 1939 at methods or by neyer-t'ealill\r vigilnce mone1'"-was unaccounted for III
us ; ty. 1862. Died In for
Jacksonville. home here. evidences
material blessings' will of Federal infraction. IncoMe \inve"
and peace, mean ." tax return and an
"Because we hate no people and covetno February 17. 1939. W N. Johnson former local tion was started Pendergaat 1reury

nothing. people's land ; I Everett Clemons, State Rail- agent for Jacksonville Pendergast A detailed history of the corrupt committed suicide sfW"tioninflt
O road Commission Inspector. Born newspaper. machine of Kansas City, and Pendei t plead rand
Bom *
"Because August! 1, 1861 in Cocke ,Mo.. forms the ft
we blessed basis of Hoover's
are with i
a natural at Brooker was sentenced to priaoa:
The Faith That i is America Died In Miami, County Tenn. Died September article The Penderjrait dynasty conviction of''f
varied came as a
February 17. 1939. which
; 15. 1939 collapsed
at home here. recently following' less determination not only 'j
And An American's Creed
"Because we set no limit to a man's Marlon Gatlin. farmer Born J. E. Norman farmer. Born its boss conviction, for of Tom Pendergasi: part of Attorney General *

Because of the great importance of the achievement ; in mine, factory, field or ser- 1939.1860. Died at Broker Union County, August 28 18- Kansas City income in its tall grip evasion for forty held but feet of has several already local been officers.far-re"<1 lu(

subject matter of the following article to vice in business I Died at home here September years. Tom Pendergast and his ,
or the arts, an able man, Ernest Thornqut, retired 21, 1939. brother. Jim, now dead "Once !given the opening twl

the present and future welfare of every regardless of class or creed, can realize his school teacher and Townsend Plan James S. Shlvar. farmer. Born in getting a stranglehold succeeded on the swiftly partment and of surely.Justice imp will ef 0 lo"*J 1

American special permission has been ob- ambitions; enthusiast Born In Sweden April 29. 1881. Died of heart attack hokum community and through the age-ulu any political power which stn.

1 tained to reproduce portions of a copyrighted "Because we have September 30, 1868. Killed by In-local store. September 22, of professional high-sounding friendship hypocrisy halt it." Hoover ss.ys. "But it''
great dreams-and train here March 6, 1939. 1939. for the and can act only within its cursLion.
article by Wendell L. WillgSe in because underdog free drinks lobs and in. The most '
a we have the opportunity to make: Stephen Kovais. farmer. Born I. W Pinholster mall carrier. tercession with the police in case of seeks adversary! it the set'
is behind
recent issue of Reader's Digest. The ex- those dreams come true." In Hungary 1882. Resident of I Born at New River February 26. tricks.arrest. Hoover relates. By tI..... tilt! con upt and cruok venal l politician !
county for 14 year: Died 1876. Died still contmuou/ be mj the other
October 28, 1939. L worked in fellow can't belt; taa\\
American .
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