Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 19, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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>rk Ready ,tat Bradford County Baby of 1940 ., This January Board Seeks Way To Save :

[r Applications f ,,,t Said To Be ColdestIn 4 Sewing Room Projects

LandFirst YearsMercury ,
.Murphy Many
Commissioners Call Mass Meeting

: DroppedTo City EnforcingSunday For Tuesday Night: Ask Help 1.

Advertisements Lowest !Markof In Solving Threat To Projects

Will Be Publised '
Winter Wednesday In Bradford County's courthouse next Tuesday night
During.February ClosingOne
heads will be scratched. "Hums" .
Bradford County's coldest morn- will be hummed and "haws"

|nal instructions for procedurebeen Ing of the winter was experiencedhere will be hawed. Frowns and 'other signs of perplexity will .

received in the office of early Wednesday when, Arrest Made; denote the seriousness of the occasion, for unless some

Jk of the Circuit Court A. J. the mercury in an official Cooperation Said Twentieth Century prophet comes forward with a Bright 1

and It Is announced that moat thermometer ducked govern-I Generally Good idea or a practical suggestion, every W. P. A. sewing room

111 be ready to receive ap- w r degrees. Tuesday morning's low I project in Bradford County threatened\ with immediate .1.1I
Lions between February 4 n. i y murk was 27 The city council met Friday : closing!

February 10 for the sale ofs Described as "one of the coldest night of last week and Instructedthe I '_. 'bombshell of bad news first; "}.
) that have reverted to the Chief of Police to compel all
Januaries on record the rapid burst upon County Commissioners
under provisions of the business houses within the City Property .
succession of freezes experiencedthis
at their meeting of December 14
phy Act., I .F' month Is holding strawberry I limits to close' on Sundays (unions Changes Ownership when WPA supervisors brought \

e i definite procedure to be fol- production back' to an absolute exempt) or to arrest the proprie word that the Emergency. Relief 1

ed was announced following a i Shown here with its justifiably proud parents Is a very Important minimum. Small shipments were tors. All council member exceptO. Jos. K, Wilson recently purchased Appropriation Act of 1939 as

ting of circuit court clerks in I youngster-the first baby born In Bradford County in the year being made from the county at L. Bcasley and ft. A, Bishop the old Floreus property, passed by Congress, requires sew'a

pa last week-end. It was also: 1940. The youthful father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert this time last year. were present. I II formerly occupied by W E. Ing room sponsors to bear 25 per.e J''

d that Floridians who Inad-. Parrlah, have named their young: son. Jack Truman. He was born There was a heavy white frost Chief of Police A. L>. Alvarez Duugherty at the corner of cent of the total cost of. theme project -'-* J.

ntly lost. their land to the January 2. They make their home with Mrs. Parrlsh's parents, again Thursday morning, but I said nearly all stores coming!, Cherry and Jefferson Streets Heretofore Commissioners '''j,:

through the operation of the Mr. and Mrs Green Moody near Long Bridge. temperatures rose during the day, I under the regulations here closed The house will be reconditionedand had been footing bills for 25 per ,
_phy Law will have to bid at bringing a welcome (If perhaps rented, Mr. Wilson stated. cent of materials used only; hence ,, :i :
[lie auction,to get it back. temporary) respite from the cold. : Sunday and only one arrest wan Another Interes ting I realty their ante would be raised from l'''I j,;

Dealing with such victims ofor I Theme who keep up with such I made. The defendant was taken transfer was the sale of the F. C. &average of $127 per month, to .f

is only one of the problems More Businesses Work Sheet Limit things describe this January I Into custody for selling goods on Hollingsworth property south of around '$900 per month. *" vBoard

ng trustees of the internal weather as being "the longest cold Sunday and was released under Starke to O. C. Crosby of Yukon. members listened politely -'+,.U

rovement fund charged with spell in many years." With the I The land Included amounts to ; later'' passed a resolution expressing "
ing thousands of parcels of Census Man SaysGassett February 1st month little more than half gone, his own bond. Date of the hearing about .100 acres and the sale was their complete sympathy .

perty reverting to State own- freezing temperatures has boon' In the case him not been Set. completed Tuesday and belief In the importance of "

dip last June 9. reported around ten mornings. the sewing room projects, but also '(
Farmers Not In 1939
Fred C. Elliot, secretary to the Strawberry growers, however, setting forth the Impossibility ?Y,

stees, said many persons who Gather Data Program Should Re- are well pleased' with the situation Two More Announce-- of stretching their alreadyadopt't. ':

)ugh they had paid all taxes On Industry Here port to County Agent and hope that the bulk of the ed budget to provide for an unpredicted ri.

net their land overlooked for, weather comes now and "gets it item of some $10,000 4-

reason or another' a certlflc-! Pate Gassett, local businessman County Agent T. K McClane over with." Berry plants are reported I annually, ,

with the result that title' was appointed county enumerator announced today that farmers In fine condition, there' At the request of Women's t

sed to the State. by district supervisor Ben will have until February 1 to file having been plenty of rain to Work Division! Supervisor Sarah d

The law requires that land re- Caldwell of Lake City for the work sheets in the 1940 Agricul- meet all moisture requirements. Hogan of .:Jacksonville the Commissioners '
purpose of taking a business census tural Conservation Program. This x' agreed to call a meetIng -
ting to the State be sold for I
"highest and best bid" underes In Bradford County, part of I applies only to those farms that I Beautiful Pageant for next Tuesday night in the. l?:
the nation-wide Department of, were not in the 1939 program! All I hope that some plan could be devised -' "
laid down by the trustees '
Commerce census of business and : farmers wishing to have their Enjoyed Sunday for {continuing this project t'\\

ter conferences with Circuit' business conditions In the United' farms included in the 1940 program which carries. an average payroll B,
Butt".clerks, who handle sales, A. capacity congregation filled
States during 1939. are requested to come to of $2.35682 per month. Leading '
jstees'' decided to sell property Every part of the country is to i the County Agent's office before St. Mark's Episcopal Church at 3 citizens )have, been Invited to .J
auction. They set as 8:41So'clock: Sunday night to wit*
public be covered and all types of businesses February 1, because no farm can gather In the court room at 7:30:
e minimum acceptable" price, 25r will be' included in the be entered after that date ness the "Feast of Lights; a religious o'clock. ''j.j-

cent of the 1932 assessmentthe pageant j Illustrating the Four wing rooms are now la
Mr. GaracU spent last Cooperating farmers In the Bf f
amount taxes due. whicher figures. -theme ,of the hope and -
ft 14euJanlc
week gathering I}nV'te. ulred. information 1938 program,;tegiYFd"; approximately operation in this' county at ,it
19 lower. its fulfillment. .:..
} i r from businesses In.. $10,000. '(hope, participating In"r Starke?) Lftwtey, Brooktr; and .

Anyone wanting to acquire Brooker, Hampton, ,Graham and in the 1939' program will receive Those who took part In the service Hampton employing an average j

rphy land,, may have the Clr- NeW River, and this week' Is in the ;:neighborhood';., pi will long remember the monthly total of 75 women. Since i1

It Court clerk advertise the par- working 1 In Lawtey. He expectsto \ $6, OO. Practically every farm In beauty and effectiveness of the last May a ,total of $32,107.20 has
1 for sale. He must scene when at the climax of the e. been the
deposit have the county census completed the county would be able to:\,receive expended by projectshere y
th the clerk sufficient money to by March 1. some payment if signed up pageant the church was darkened of which amount the Federal "

y for the newspaper advertlse- in the program. and the Wise Men, in return for Government paid $$29,612;
The Is required by an Act .
ent and the clerk's fee. report the boundless faith and courage while the cost to the county was!
"It behooves farmer
The sale will be held at least of Congress and the Act makes every with which they have followedthe only $2,495.15and not all of this .,.
I whose farm not in the program
days after and not more than it unlawful for the Department of Ito Star of Promise, were given represented cash outlay, but Included 1
| contact the office <
County Agent's (:I. 1;. McCauley;
days after the advertisementpears. Commerce census bureau to disclose I at once so that he may be light from the Altar of God, with such Item an rent and
the charge that they impart It other A total of $18,- ')
any facts, Including names{j sure his farm is Included this G. I!;. McGauley, principal of expenses ,.
(Trustees have specified that for- 1 to others. Tapers had previously 854.55 has been paid out In wages \,
Mr. McClane said. School
year, the hooker Junior High
or\ identity. Only sworn ,
er owners may ,buy back their been distributed throughout thecongregation since May i
ad by matching the highest employees see the reports and the, Farmers who have made und the "Light" was this week announced his candidacy .- -\
changes in the size of their farmsare Geo. II. Inman for the office of Superlntendent "
d.and, this is the procedure to I data collected Is used only for passed from one to another until I Tag Deadline
of Public Instruction of
I also requested to call at the
followed by those who lost the entire chapel was aglow thus I
preparing statistical! information i II. Inman of Starke, Bradford
County Agent's office to make the George County t
ieir property Inadvertently. signifying the spread of the gos I II Extended As Usual
Former owners will be notifiedthe I concerning the Nation's population necessary corrections. pel. I, Brudiord County's Representative Mr McGauley walt a resident of .1
resources and business acti- I at the 1939 Legislative Session, Starke prior to his moving to Following a precedent- of several
auction sale registered Those who
by I took part In the
this week announced his candle Brooker nine where he years. Governor Cone an-
not and Town years
Ml. vities. The reports are QuintetOn were the ministers
pageant following -
dacy for reelection.The has been connected with the nounced Sunday a 15-day extenestun <
The highest bidder must pay all cannot be used for purposes of : W. H. K. Pendleton. Frank
sts.fThe. Winning Streak I young legislator recently Brooker Junior High School ever: of the deadline for purchasing -
Robinson Chas. A. Allen, and
taxation, regulation, or investigation. 1940 Florida automobile .
served his first term as State since. He Is also well-known In tags.Under
Murphy law allowed two their home basketball Leslie A. Shepherd. Others
Playing first were: .
Representative, und had previously religious/; and fraternal circles, the law, the time for
ira for of delln- J. C. Mrs.
redemption game of the season the Hoover J. M. Darby,
stated fin l Clerk duringthe served for the two purchasing new plates would have
Mr. Gassett : "I. nerved as Reading having past
ent tax
| certificates at public strong:hlghstepping Starke town Mrs. Edward Hums, J. M.: Darby,
Is and 1937 sessions and moderator of the New expired at midnight Monday..The
1933 as
coon business! In our county growingand years
then provided for land team defeated Green Cove Springs Miss Beverly Cady Miss Alice
I business firms have In that capacity made a wide River Baptist' Association and extension gives owners until Feb
more .
ilnst which certificates are 83-36 on the new Indoor court at Fernandez Mm. I. V. Inglerlght, .
Into existence here in the circle of friends throughout the Worshipful Master of the Brook ruary 1.
Itstandtng( to revert to State I come the Armory Saturday 'night. Ida Lula Davis, Marlon Brown,
(,past ten years than have gone out state. er Masonic Lodge Tax Collector C. A. Knight
rnershlp. Marjorie Davis Bell
Crocket and Bowles stood out called the attention of automobile
of business. Futch Jackie Russell Donald Inman Introduced several Important In announcing his candidacy< .
for the visitors while Hardin and the fact that Governor.Cnne'll
owners to
"Cooperation Is excellent," he Bagwell Harold Register Hayes pieces of legislation dur- Mr. McGauley stated':
ood Democrats Brown were high scorers for the license tag extension dead
continued. "and It will be a great 1 Stark outfit. Register Mack Futch and Rich- ing the recent session among "I promise. If elected, to dl.-
line Is 31
January not February
[ather TonightAround help if merchants will balance up ard Kldd. which, were bills seeking to raise charge the duties of the office efficiently -
1, as popularly believed He was
lineup was:
their books, etc., for the year to The Rev. Mr the alloted amounts given the economically, and Im-
Pendleton. associate
In of from
[ 150 Bradford County accurate figures can be obtained Green Cove I'on. Starke aged, blind and dependent wom-I pnitlally In recommending teachers I receipt a telegram!
minister St, Marks, has
Motor Vehicle Commissioner D.
ocrats are expected to gatherthe Crockett RF Pridgeon j In this state ear-marking .
en by
quickly expressed his appreciation to' I shall be governed by a desire -I W. "Extension
Flnley stating:
Woman's Club tonight at 8
In,general the blanks (for there Bowles LF Maniixsa 'everyone who helped to make the I BUI'plus funds for that purpose, to provide a school system granted 1939 licenses expiration:
Flock, pay homage to Andrew the Geiger C Hardin and bills seeking; to shorten the that will be conductive, to scholastic
1 are several, depending upon service such an outstanding success I date Jan. 31, 1940 midnight"
ckson and swell therty's
help Fullerton RG Brown hours and raise the of the
type of business) ask the name, pay attainment and character development .
Last Governor Cone
national campaign fund I Tucker LG Whittemore Ii State Prison Farm workers at year extended .:
address of the owner or own-
und not with viewto
race a
the deadline until February
eating dinner at $1 a plate. The town team chalked an- Raiford and raise the wages of I
amount of sales kind of merchandise up
W. G. Carlton, well-known In-I I era: Birthday Ball malntenence crews. He I politically 'feathering my neat', 15. The Tax Collector reported
sold amount of pay rolls other win Tuesday night In a return highway ""
ctor and orator of the Univery I Green Cove. The also Introduced and successfully "I am 45 years of age, hold a tag sales us "very slow.
and number, race and sex of em- game Coming Up SoonFinal
| of Florida will make the I first grade teacher's certificate,
memorials to Congress
39. paused
ployees hired, taxes paid (sales score was 46 to was
inclpal address of the evening. 'taxes), and other facts of a sutistlcal high scorer with 13 points, and plans for the annual petitioning that body to pass the have seventeen years of experience Bids On Road 68 ;

nose who have heard this speak' nature. I Manaisa. was next with 14. Birthday Ball to be held here I Townsend Bill and to raise the as a class room teacher and May Be Let Soon

promise that a treat Is In store : j Two home games will be played during the last week of thin wage scale being given WPA principal and will have finishedmy

Ir his audience tonight I here within the next few days. month, have been somewhat delayed workers In the lower brackets. work at the University of According to an article appearing -

| T. Frank Landrum, Bradford U. of F. Glee Club I Saturday night the town team because of the Illness of Nat Standing on his record at the Florida for an Associates: of Art in a recent Issue of the Clay.

aunty chairman of the Jacksony To Appear HereThe .will meet a fast outfit from Jack- Sternberg general chairman of 1939 session Inman in a statement degree prior to my taking office."I County Crescent, the State Road

Dinner, praised the coopers- sonville In the armory gym at 9 the event here.However to the Telegraph this week believe that Industrious Department will soon let bids for

n which he has received from 40 members of the Univer- o'clock. Next Tuesday,night Cal- from his home yesterday said: "It I I. at the request of my work Is a prerequisite to success the completion of State Road No.

sub-chairmen in different sity of Florida Male Glee Club lahan will furnish the oppositionat Mr. Sternberg made a statement many friends here In Starke and and I will not only practice this 68 from Gainesville to State Road 1

its of the county and at the will present a musical program 8 o'clock. In which he promised the Bradford County that 1 again In the discharge of my duties but No. 48.This t

tte Farm in the sale of tickets. here In the auditorium of the.I The local boys are riding high public a Birthday Ball to equal seek the nomination to the House will endeavor to see that this road, which has been surveyed

Woman's Club Friday night, February ) on a winning streak, taking the the highly successful celebrations of Representatives. I solemnly motto 1s carried out in every classroom and graded for moat of Its

ictery Fencing 9, beginning at 8 o'clock, It last seven games played and that have ben held here In previous promise to do all In my power to In Bradford County." length is to run from Gainesville 1!

was announced this week by Mrs.D. losing only the first two of the years. The event will be serve the' majority of my people to Orange Park by way of MJddleburg -.

OW CompleteThe P. Carpenter, teacher of the nine games played this season. staged in the New National with my utmost ability and never Homestead Exemptions -. Part of this road has already -.

new fence around Crosby Methodist Co-Ed Sunday School Guard Armory will I subject myself to the dictates been surfaced on the Gainesville

ke Cemetery Is now complete. Class which Is sponsoring the en- Three In A RowAn Final details of the event will of a few al In the exampleof Bradford County Homeowners end and the work called for

ie announcement was made this tertainment.Each I be announced In next week's Telegraph those who thrust their threats should file Homestead Exemption In the bids soon to be called, will

>ek by the committee in charge year the University Glee odd coincidence has just and demands on me during the applications with the County Tax finish the roud from Gainesville

the work which was made Club makes a national tour and come to .our attention concerning I recent session In Tallahassee." Assessor, Jo:. W. Hayes, before through Keystone Heights and

Bible by a local drive for funds the program here will be thegroup' birthdays In the family of Mr. Senator Hodges Dies "It has been rumored" he continued April 1, 1940. The applications connecting with State Road 48 be-

der way since last Summer. first stop. A omall admission and Mrs Reddish Andrews of "that I voted against the, sre required by law from all 'tween Green Cove and 1 Stark

The next phase of the work to charge of 25c for school New River. Mr. Andrew's birth- State Senator William I 1 I C. appropriations bill for personal those homeowners desiring exemption I This road will connect with 48 a

considered Is the thorough I children and 35c: for adults will day Is on Christmas Eve. his Hodges of Tallahassee died Wednesday reasons. The reason that I voted from the general levy short distance east of the fire

anlng of the cemetery property,1 I be made and tickets will be offered wife's Is on Christmas! Day. and I morning as the result of against that exorbitant amount, Homeowners In the vicinity of tower and Kingsley Lake ,

ct this will be accomplished at! for public sale by all members they recently announced the birth a heart ailment Twice a can- and I will do It again under similar Starke should cull upon the Assessor I I I The new road when completed '

early date. J j of the Co-Ed Class. of a daughter on December 28. I didate for Governor of Florida he conditions, Is that it contained at his office in the courthouse will place Keystone Heights with-' 4

(The following new contributions I' Before the program at 8 o'clock.,! Santa' Claus will certainly be kept was planning to try It again this not one penny of increase in I others In the county may In about 28 miles of Green Cove

ere recently received by the,!the Co-Ed Class will entertain! busy around the Andrew's home year until advised by physicians the pension funds for the .aged, see, him when he makes the annual |i(, Instead of the forty-odd miles tt

Immlttee; Mrs. H. H. Young. $1;|members of the Glee Club with aj I If he remembers everybody's birthday -I that It would be Impossible for blind and dependent and those rounds the latter part of row necessary to travel coming

H. Johns $2. J supper. I as well as Christmas. him to make the race. few who needed! It mOlltw. ." next month. i I, by way of Starke. ,C


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i; Keep One Eye Open When You Sleep- RISINGBy I I daughter Dorothea were visiting Sunday afternoon. In the City of Starke, Bradford Bye of SE ; and SV o' !
(1' IW'4'
County: Florida during the legal JorTest a. n.
I Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Chastain of Hampton : 22oJ. .
it Mrs. II. II. Lewis hours of .sale on the lUh more :", >0 d:
This Is The Year Men Have To MondaYi
Leap family Saturday night.H. were visitors to Theressa day of February 1940, upon The assessment of
the following terms and conditions, erty under ?
" ",. tha Maid crrlltkeitsued '
"ji Miss. Irene Lewis made a business Keene add Vanlce and Sunday afternoon.
sons to-wlt: One-third cash payment was In the
l' An authority says that "Of the the rein of hit malst blUxit Me- name of M...
the balance to be paid on or I before D. Neff 11.
trip to Tallahassee Satur- R. C. of Shamrock were visiting Miss Dorthea Norman spent
1 custom for women to woo during; geste for Ilk year knowne as lepe three years after date with Unless said certificate .
ilk of bothe Mrs. H. Keene this week-end. Monday night with Miss Odessa' not less than one-third of said deferred redeemed according hail
Year ladye to
t. ; Leap no satisfactory explanation yeare, may day.Mr. each law,
J has ever been offered." htghe and low estalt shall hae lib- and Mrs. George Reddishof i Miss Eunice Snowden was McRae of Pine Level. I year and payment all of said maturing deferred payments sold property to the described highest therein. will
I But with or without explanation erte to beapeake ye man she likes, Heilbronn were visiting Mrs.Reddish's visiting In Gainesville Sunday to bear Interest at the rate court house door on the flrsl"
MOTH OK VI.K of six per cent. (6 p o.) per annum day In the month of 1 Yy
I' ri there's still a tradition that durIng albeit he refuses, to talk her to parents, Mr. and Mrs. night. NOTICE IS HKUKBV O1VE.V: that said deferred payment to be secured which I. the 6th.. day February of '

I" Leap Year a man must marry, his lawful wyfe he shall be mulct. Everett Norman Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. J, F. Shaw of the under and by virtue of a Decree. of by a purchase money mortgage A. D. 1940. Meb
sale heretofore entered. In the above upon the premises: Said sale Dated this 10th. day .
::1 the maid who asks him--or buy, ed In ye sum ane pundla or less Luther Smith of Jacksonvillewas State Farm were visiting in this entitled cause., we, the undersigned will be made subject to confirmation A. n. U40. or Jan\\lip

_ her a silk dresa. i iII as his estalt may be; except and visiting his brother-in-law and section Sunday. 1 Commissioners, will offer fo sal by the Court and the ca..hpuym..nt ("OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J _,. 1 I
and Hell at Public Outcry the premines must be paid Into Ih.r..try Clerk of Circuit Court
Myth carries the tradition back' awls he can make It appeare that sister, Mr and Mrs. Reed Taylor Joe Johnson of Gainesville was described a* follows, to-wlti: of the Court prior to said County Florida. ot'Ira64 1-) '

II j! to St. Patrick. The book "Curl-' he Is betrothed and Ither womanhe Saturday and was accompaniedhome visiting in this section Tuesday The Northeast. Quarter (NEH) of confirmation.C'. A. KNfCJHT I : ,6q,

i l't< osltlea of Custom" record that then shall be free." by his wife and little daughter. afternoon. the Northeast Quarter (NE'ex W. H Enw AHDS. JR., .NOTICr OK APPI.ICATIOS

Irish saint strolling the Two hundred years more and an Kitty. cept Lots Two (2), Three (3) and L. H. BILL TAX DEMONOTIC10aIS
7 l the good Four (4) Went of Hallway, and 3t to 1-28 Commissioners. Hill \.. iflll;
""t street one day. was accosted by a English law ran: "Albet It nowe Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pouts and THERESSA the Southeast Quarter (8K%) of HBUKRY
I who told him that become a part of the common little son Cab, of Lakeland spent the Northeast Quarter (NKVi>)> and That W. H. Edwards Jr.. h
\ tearful woman cmrirrr COURT. IT AND FOR
nl By Mrs A. L. SuUivan the Went Half (W14) of the Northeast Tax Certificate No. J 08. I 1..U.d ij
:; ) certain local girls were throwing lawe In regard to social relations the week-end with Mr. Fouts' Quarter (N'%) and the BKAUFOHD COUNTY. FLORID 2nd., day of August, A. D
had been barred of life that as often as every leap brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Northwest Quarter (NW<+) of IN CHANCERYMyrtle Tax Certificate No. 157 "Vul
ii 1 fits because they Mae Roberts,
: Mr. and Mrs. Mabry'of Jacksonville Section One (1), Township Five 2nd', day of August A. D. 1917
II the privilege of popping thei' yeare doth return the ladyea have Mrs. H. H. Lewis, and was accom- visited relatives here (5) South Range Twenty-two (22) Plaintiff filed name In my office and' '
, J' question. the sole privilege during the time panied home by Mr. Fouts' mother Sunday. East,Five containing 305) acres Three also Hundredand L. T.-Ve-Roberta, made be issued application thereon for a tax. dey

St. Patrick (and he did all men it contfnueth of making love Mrs. M. J. Fouts. DefendantIN Said certificate embrace.
The East. Half' (B%> of the Northeast 11,'
Mr. ana Mrs. James T. Moore THE NAME OF THE STATEOF .
a dirty trick to save his own skin either by wordee or looks, as to Mi and Mrs Russell Carter Quarter (NKU and the FLORIDA: lowing described property In
,' for he was a bachelor himself) them it seemeth proper; and and children of Heilbronn spent and sona ox1 Valdosta Ga., visited Southwest; Quarter (AW%) of the To: L. T. Roberts, residence un- County Ida. to-wlt of Bradford, State ofr
) Northeast (NHVi) and the
f :: conceded the women the privilege moreover no man will be entitledto Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mrs. Moore's aunt. Miss Ida East Half Quarter(K;:%) ft the Northwest known.You are hereby required to appear ,I S E'S., R.of 22 SWJ4: E., of SE% Sec 11 if 1
benefit of who doth In Hogan. Saturday. Quarter (NW%) of the containing/ 20
once in seven years clergy Conner. to the Hill of Complaint filed' more or less, embraced
f ;,1- of proposing Mrs A. L. Sullivan Northeast Quarter (NEW\ ) and theWest herein against before under
business you on or
with was a certificate No. 108.
Woman'stears wise treat her proposal
and then moved by the any Mrs David Paulk and little Half (WV4) of the North..atltQuarter :Monday the 6th day of Io February
Ih SWV4 of
1"" visitor to Jacksonville Sat- (NE%) of the Northwest Eft SK'/i & !9y!
contumely. A. 1) 1940.
made It once in four. slight or daughter Fay of Jacksonville I SEV. of SEW I3x. 1 A in
)h Quarter (NW ) and the Southeast
% I It Is further ordered that thin SE'1
$: Whereupon the woman herself Until a century ago there was spent Thursday with Mrs. Paulk's urday. Quarter (I SBV! ) of the Northwest order be published In the Bradford H. R.of 22 SEW E. of Ry., Sec.uiB I V')' "
popped the question. But St.i unwritten law that Leap Year required parents, Mr. and( Mrs. Walter Raleigh Brannen of Hamptonwas Quarter (NW\4)\ and theW..t County Telegraph a newspaperpublished more or less ,embraced containing 39 s
i' .f a visitor to Theressa Satur- :Half (WMi) (If the Northwest In said County once each under'
the vow of a man to soften his stern Underhill Certificate No. 167.
a Patrick had taken I Quarter (NWV ) of Section week. for four consecutive weeks. .
and answer to the question with the Two (2), Township Five (61 The assessment of the said' i-
he kissed her day.Mr. WITNESS: my hand and official
so arty under the said
; 1.celibacy. I 'and MI's. H. D. !South' Range Twenty-two (22) seal this 8th of certificate
May and day January A. D.
of silken 108 In
bought her a silk gown. And gift a dress. GUM BRANCH East, containing Two Hundredand 1940.OFFICIAL. was name of D. B.
\ J: maybe that Is how It all started. Today the best thing to do per- Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. C Sullivan were Eighty (280) acre; also ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas said livan,poperty and the under assessment the said of
By IlarnageMr. visitors to Starke Saturday aft- The North Hair (NV4) and theW..t Clerk of Circuit Court. 1.12 4t 2-a th
'g Five hundred years later a haps Is to make a soft answer in flcate No. 157 was In the ram.
\ Half (WV4) of the Southwest Unknown.
'I dated 1288 said: "It the first place, and use his own ernoon. Quarter (8W' and the
law 4)
\ Scottish I and Mrs J. S. Sapp were NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOil Unless said certificates that.
and ordalnt that during judgment about the drel8.llAlflPTON Rev. L. G. Hemingway of Starke Southeast Quarter (SK'of the TAX DEED redeemed according to law
is statut visiting Mr and Mrs. Irvin Nor preached at the Baptist Church Southwest Quarter (SW/! ) and (Senate Ulll No. KKD! property described therein will
' man Sunday afternoon. the Southeast Quarter (SE'4)' except "NOTICE IS HEREBY LIVEN old to the highest bidder. at
." here Sunday morning and even- Sixteen (16) acres In the That J. F. Grifls, holder. of part of court house door on the first t,
) BOATDRAIN Mr. and Mrs. B, M. McRae and Ing. South Half (S"Section! lllirht- Tax Certificates No. 90, "Issued! the day In the month of Kchru
children of Pine Level of-way) of Three (8)Townahip sixth day of August A V 1928 1940. which IB the 6th., day i
Griffis By Miss Ada Nlmmo were visitIng
Z. Z. W.
Hall Five ,
: By Mrs. was a visitor to (5) South Range has. filed same In my office Rnd has ruary, A. D. 1940.
relatives in this section Sun- Starke Tuesday. Twenty-two Five (22) Bait, containing made application for a tax: deed to Dated this 10th., day of Janis
was The Rev W G. Smldley of Hundred and Eighty-four be Issued thereon. Said certificate A. n 1940.OFFICIAL.
RUBS of Vernon W. S. (584) ,
Jimmie Sibley attended the acres
I day.Mr. open- embraces the following describedpro ( SEAL) A. J. Thoo ,
visiting his niece, Mrs. W. E.f' Green Cove Springs will preachat and Mrs. F M. Norman and Ing service of "Park-of-Palms" i to the best and highest. bidder at >pertv In the County of Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court or Ilracti
: last Wednesday. the First Christian Church of the South: Door of the Court House State of Florida to-wlt: i County Florida. 1-12 41 ;
, Green, J
f' Mra. E. P. Johnson and Mrs. Hampton Sunday, January 21, as .

I Leonard Johnson of Ralford were follows: Morning 11 a. m.. SubJect -

I .; visiting Mrs. Maggie Green Mon- ) "Man's Fall"; Subject at ,

I 7:30 the of Christ "
JW day.k : "Why Disciples

Mrs. Ida Chase was the week Are a Distinct Body of Christians

): end guest of Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis.r ." ,

Joe Griffis of Clay County was Miss Ophelia L ryan had aa

. ,"ti.' 'visiting his brother, Albert Grif guests last Sunday Mrs. Ralford '. "i,I

,g 11 flu, Sunday. of Ralford and Mr. and Mrs.

I ;,. Miss Ruth Morrell of Lake Butler Perry of Jennings

1)f. recently visited her sisters Mrs. E. B. Smith of Center HUt

!i Mrs. W E. Green and Margaret spent the week-end with her husband We made this statement

. ', Morreli and was accompanied
E. M. Smith who Is em- '.
who will spend
j, home by Margaret ployed as night operator by the ;' .

a few days there. G. S. and F., A S. A. L. Railroad ,..,, '
Mrs. Mollie ;
' 1; Coy Strickland. Company at this Junction. ", .J
and Mr. Bob Elliott all off of
, it: Tyler Mrs. Ira Brown of Gainesville --

" Ebro. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Is the guest of her mother. Mrs.

,?(. W. E. Green Sunday. W. P. Blrt. this. week.

IP Miss Margaret Griffis was Misses Ada Nimmo and Ophelia
fir y visiting her aunt. Mrs. Z. Z. Grlt1 -,
Bryan were business visitors to

fin Sunday afternoon. Starke last Saturday.Mr. : on the "Ae
f' Lee of Bethel
Miss Gladys "
Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johns of lr,1.; ; .
South Florida visiting' Mr. '
were ....' "
Mrs. Gainey.
F and Ralph ,
Johns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ,
Mr. and Mrs. TomCooper of "
'if. Johns last Sunday.The 4'llr ,
a,: '
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. s
C. Warren will fill ', '
Rev. A.
1' :
j'" and Mra. John Prevatt Sunday. "",",,,. .. J I
his regular appointments next ,,J\!\ ," .. ,
. : Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grlffts were and ..1'1i' 1.Jl.I .,\,, I
Sunday morning evening.
visiting the bedside of her mother, :

Mrs. Raleigh Thomas of Green [. I 'p"
J, n"IPonT or CONHITION OF it in
Cove Springs Sunday. I PI.OR11)l RANK AT WraCKS*. now we repeat printA
Charley Runs and niece, Earl- of "t.rke In the "I.t. of riorMs.
.t the close fremhrr haslsssa on IJ.30 .- ,
,\ ene Prescott ,of Lake Butler were t5a0. ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green ASSETS
loans. and dlsnountft'" .t7.1129.6i:
Sunday night.Mr. I'nlteri. States Oovernment.

and Mia. Luther Grlffts guaranteed"hll all..n". rtlrcu-t. .and 12,100.00

and Mra. K. L. Griffis were visit- OMIffHt Inns of -States' and e

ing Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Sullivan pnlltlcnl. suhdlvlnlonv. 1 U4I34A1
"iK-h. tinlnnres. with other
Sunday, honks, Inrludlng reserve
Mr and11'8.. Eugene Griffis halnncns.. and
rush. Items In processof
and children were visiting Mrs.Grlffla' collection _____. .__ 129.981.70

;.. parents, Mr. and Mra. P. IliinU' .648,tuemlses B7, f urn I line nw..reed and GOOD MANY confusing things can be proved over what they were even six: months

B. Prevatt of Theresaa Friday. fixtures f:1,321.:n8 I1.S6401

Walter Sibley of There sll was TOTAL ASSKTS' 1190.59107I.IMIK fact sometimes are said..about gasoago just as six months ago they were even I

I visiting friends here last week.EVERGREEN .1MKItemnnd ''

t dlvl""..,deposits., partnerships.r>f in-, line. The important thing, however, for you to better products than they were the year be-

and rorporatIons 170.013.37

2 Hy Mrs. F. A. Hosier Time duals deposit, partnerships of Indlvl, and remember always is to buy the product of a fore. All this is done as a matter of course, and

corporation _____.___- C3.727.41Peposlts
of States and in which have the utmost confiit is the
Cheathem Peele of Jacksonville and political subdivisions company you result of forever keeping pace with

11' .h. ._ 117,088
week-end here with his
\ spent mother the Mra. Hester Sapp. Oilier n n .1 dennslts officers'(certified checks, dence a company whose avowed policy is to every known means of product improvement.

,_ .
etc) 2.28591
Miss. Lorene Rosier of Wood-
manufacture and sell only the finest productsthat
;, \ lawn and Miss Velma Norman of TOTAL LIADILITIES :'
of Miss (not Including' nuhnrdlnnted "With Gulf the policy of im
Vanderbilt were guests obligationsshown skill, science, and great resources makepossible. constantly
Louise Rosier Sunday.Mr. t>"'lnw( 41,07514

and Mrs. Charlie 'Redding ''npltnh/CAPITAL A('('OI' $'r" proving the quality of its products is a pledge

and children of Glen St. Mary I Surplus I ii.nminn

't", pent the weekend here with Mrs.' fndlvUlpd Reserves. (and profits retirementnccnunt ,. ,___ 8,311.30 a pledge that you motorists will find maintained I

: H. V. RePSiing.Minnie for preferredpiefprred '
I "This is the
; ., Lee and Jewell Prlngle rupltaU 623.63: policy of Gulf. Its gasolines, whenever you stop at the Sign of the

spent Sunday with their grand TOTU. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I
Good Gulf and No-Nox
mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier. f 47,5U.D31 l are today greatly imGulf Orange Disc.** .

Mr, and Mrs. Leslie MrClellan TOTAL KIAntLITIKS: i

and children of Lawtey attended :, ASH 'CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -ID'tn.SSI 07 to '

church here Sunday. i iMr. +This bank's capital consists 1
I of 250 shares of
t I "'
and Mra. J. Q. Rosier were common stork with :
visitors to Jacksonville Saturday.I tot'"> OnO( ,00 ,
, ,'( Mrs Maggie Forsythe of Jacksonville WKMOtl lint
Ii U spending several weeks Pledged. ......1. unit "*- ,'- '
rnrltlrpi ..........) bank '.'.
here with her mother, Mrs. J, S. vsltarMb
: Rosier. ( ) Other assets pledgedto Y THAT GOOD GULF GULF NQ.NOX :

I :. <, Rev. H. M. Tillman of Jacksonville other secure liabilities deposits (and including n\\'.-'
filled his regular appointments notes and billsredtscounted a regular-priced motor fuel that u
and se- a superfine fuel that no regular- .;
here Saturday and Sun curltl sold under. repurchase Now new compares favorably with grade '
gasoline-regardless of the "
day agreement) 134.11289 ." \
.\ higher-priced gaaolinea.Because it's claims made for it-can touch for
TOTAL .. .. 1134.112.89
" .
PINE LEVEL cared and preferred II. .. r improved refined to meet the specific needs of anti-knock value. : ':'1' .

By Mr. If. M. McRaeMr. (a) Deposits, assets secured pursuant bvpledged f' the locality in which it is sold,That lightning-like starts permits ;:.

to requirements. of lAW 105.526 ;' Good Gulf Gasoline gives complete more rapid acceleration. delivers t '
and Mr... J. t.. Underhill : J
, : satisfaction in
j (. ) TOT"I.1105.U'.99 power mileage and smooth .
knockproof under all ,I" :
J' 'F i and W. C. Oliver spent Sunday power ''I

rJ with Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Brown (,.1 Un dite of report. the smooth all-around performance. normal driving conditions ;< :.
t required legal rserengalnst '
(, at Sampson City. deposits of this
", Mrs. V, A. bank was _, \
Browning was visiting n 68.61503 .,. "
' (bl Assets reported
a relatives at New River Sunday above which wee ell. I
't: afternoon. Bible as legal .reservexmonntfrl J ,'td). (
' Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and IV.. II. Hewell.. President 1S1.611170, of the '-.II ('- ,

; children were dinner guests of aho\e-nnmed bank do solemnly s'..,
swear that the
l r ),11'. and Mrs.. T. N. Norman ..ofj' true, and that It fully and statement correctly Is I "w ... I,
Gum Branch Sunday. represents the trite. state. cof the

.' Mm. J. R. Hall and Mrs. H. M. several set natters forth, to hthvln the best rontslnedund of my i GULF OIL

I j' McRae were visiting Miss Vesta knowledge and belief. CORPORATION (
McRae at Starke Monday after- Cot-ret. Attovt:

noon. W I. \VAt.l.P. .

1J alder: 10:. It. Bowers of Starke A FlUINNOSIIIAHCI' I... HltOW.N .

iJ was calling on friends here Fri t ,.

day.We ,-O t'S'rY\; ,DlrPCture.l I ..1 _",. .. y.
8worn '"
are glad to report that the to and subscribed
m. this 12th
day nf January.
sick ones In our community are and I hereby. certify. that I
Improving. ..n nfflrer or director of this
y commission expires:
Remember the services at Pine 19,1, ...
., el this week-end. C. A. KNIOHT.
;Notary Public


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-Chlet _____ .T4an Dress
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-"jj- ? Harper and of our hard-working Juniors liy Ovid Futch

,, ., N.role.Jones! TONIGHT AT 8 and special reporter for the SATURDAYGlee THIS YEAR
hd Patrol Frank Robinson Boys In School Safety Though it may not often bethought
Krancln Fisher Journal. Mary Townsend, has i iIiIttlllf'ntll
courtesy at school I Is
ub ,. .___ Hntell Austin To Organization: Have\ Served 110,
Last Friday's Game With Club Expects
written a worth-reading story: Are. EnthUNlasticAn
Elizabeth Flummerthy Since Lost an absolutely necessary trait l If
Clara Mae Harley! Melrose Clone Sweep As I I here it Is: Have Concert SeptemberThe one Is to be popular and enjoy flans For 1&10'ear nook .',

Margaret Pearce,I Bradford Girls Win 31-30 I 1 HALL OF KNOWLEDGE Here Soon School Boy Patrol has the school Ufa. Courtesy at school rroKre. SmoothlyIn f

PKC1AI, REPORTERS I 1 begins with to the teacher.
same members it had last courtesy
h>wn..end, Louisa Stern Alta, Tonight Bradford High's first By Mary Edith Townaend The Glee Club under the cap- semes 1930, Bradford High School
',.Jack Halle Arch Thomas, home basketball game will be I. It was morning on a ueautlful able direction of Mrs. Wall Is ter. The members of the Patrqlare A student who is discourteousto
s' L.W.: Ualnen I : the teacher may not be expected seniors, and authorities, planned
Ii i played in the new gymnasium, September day. Kenneth Parker progressing splendidly. Every
II Harold Crews Cheater McKinney to show courtesy to a school I to have a high school annual for
I the town armory Archer being was slowly walking along the Monday we have music-that l Is,
[EDITORIALAPPRECIATION I the opponents. Archer's boys] street when suddenly he came 10 elementary harmony and theory. Bishop Myrick Steve Weldon, mate. Being discourteous to the that year; in the years before I,

team is one of the best "B" class a huge building. The building Wednesday is the day for singing. E. E. Thornton Steve St. John, teacher brings down her stamp of that there had never been any

I teams in this district, but they I looked mysterious and forbidding, Last Saturday afternoon at 3:00: Lyle Anderson Donald Bagwell disapproval and in that way Is effort to do what they were doing; .1

'jt six months ago; a nice I will meet a hard-fighting bunch ,but Kenneth, who was of the ad- o'clock the "Special Glee Club" Edward Brazle. Bobble McRae the first step toward unpleasant and In none of the years since '
venturesome walked bravelyup Gainesville. The Lima Van Anda, John Anderson, things at school.A then has senior class pickedup
mory built as a WPA pro-: when Starke's Tornadoes go out type, broadcast from any
on the floor.It the steps of the entrance and Junior chorus sang a group of Edgar Wilkinson. student who Is discourteousto the example set by the 1930 t
its completed In Starke. The I These boys have served the school mates finds himself
Is peered Inside. At first he was lovely numbers In which was included class '
own was proud as a pea- expected that a large school since September. They Students don't
amazed and then fearful at what Beethoven's very unpopular. t
breathtakingly -
crowd will be A few weeks ago about a dozen
out to this
ver It, but no group of see have all done
their duty by serving like who discourteousto
he within. A dark hall people are .
saw long beautiful "Morning Praise" and about
prouder than The Na- game, scheduled to begin at 8 people began to think the .
waa road
and school
I stretched out in front of him. I on grounds. them. The unpopularity that
the senior chorus sang two num- "Annual" proposition. They were
3uard. Of no skimpy con-: sharp The hall was so long and dark, bers: "Anchored" and "Andalu This year let's MAKE BRADFORD results from discourtesy tp wondering if others would be Interested -

n, it has everything its, Last Friday night, at Melrose, that he could not even see the sia." HIGH THE SAFEST schoolmates tea makes school life If they were thinking 1.
requires, Is handsome I the Tornadoes, boys' and girls' SCHOOL IN FLORIDA.F. and
very unpleasant disagreeable.
other end of it. Kenneth stood at
I that In the about It at too late a date, and
It is hoped near
spacious: the Nationalis teams, played against a fast and the entrance for a moment and Robinson. It leads a student to dislike school
S. will have pondering over other points, \
[ aware of all this-well hard-playing team. future, B, H. a con-
life and him
even cause to
then over-coming his fear started may
good and bad. But soon a final
here at the school building.The .
they be proud. The Melrose cagers played a cert Mammy Sez quit school. In .that case, discourtesy
down the dark-
I slowly walking high school band will take decision was made. B H. S would t
time ago, Bradford High tight defense, which the. boys : ened would Indirectly prevent i
hallway. i have an annual If enough people
part In the concert under the direction t
was given good reason to could not penetrate. The Tor- Dear Chlllun one from completing school.If .
Cautiously feeling :
: way I II of the Instructor, Prof were Interested. Enough were. :-
nd. grateful and apprecthe !-I nadoes were unable to score dur- I Here is one finishes school without
his became wld second
I along, eyes more accustomed Carl Roberts. There will be a agin- my Last week senior-president Ralph q
National Guard con.: ing the first half, but came back column in New developing courtesy he is unpre-
de Year!
i to the darkness, and the small admission fee. Come and Seems Rhodes begun to circulate about ,i
to let Starke's boys' and to score nine points in the second hall became less dim. Just as he bring neighbors and hear like most everybody has de most- pared to face the world. Usuallywe the school asking how many were 1

asketball teams use, for: half.The I was about to regain his compo-I the Bradford your High School Glee us awful colds. De nurse la kept carry the habits that we formin Interested In buying one when ,t

and all games, the gym-: boys played a good game, sure and become less afraid an Clubs and Band!ICourtesy pretty busy school with us through life. If they were completed. The Brad- :

upstairs in the enormous' considering the length of time In amazing thing happened, which i Guess you all have noticed de we are still discourteous persons ford County Telegraph had made .

om of the Armory. I which they had to practice and completely unnerved him. Gliding! new column in de papel"Sally"I when we complete school, we will a special offer stated thus: If he 1

{[who have ever been up Inory's prepare for the game. They were along In the dark, he suddenly StressedThe believe de name is a good one. probably continue to be throughout could put down In black and J

drill room, know handicapped In that way, and also 'heard a ferocious growl. As he By the way Everettcongratsto our lives. There Is no high white, 100 sure-fire prospects, h"
following on now-
\fcnagnltlcent conditions it, the new members, who were a quickly stepped back, he was hor- poems Courtesy you and "J. B." on having a position In life for the discourteous prices for compiling and printing
strongly, emphasized ,
ta for Indoor athletics* per- little nervous and scared In their rifled to see a raging lion com- were written by students( of Mrs. birthday Monday. Was It eighteen person. It Is difficult for him the annual would be $1.50 insteadof

ondltlons. Everybody knows first game. The boys displayed ing toward him straining on al Delle Dowllng'a English Class. ? to make friends If he makes $2.00 each. ,I

tie best team can't play well some fine offensive and defensive leash held by a sweet-faced young Mural eho' does feel importantlike them, he can't hold them. Therefore

'' poor equipment and sur- work at times after a little more woman. Courtesy when people ask her what he can attain no high degreeof We Wonder Why?
C is for carefulness of the otherperson's \
practice they will be able to hold SUCCPSH.! Then we see that
mgs, nor can a poorly in- Almost frozen from fear he time It Is! No kidding pal-it Is

ed group do Its feet with their own against moat teams. quickly started backing back, in feeling, a pretty watch. though discourtesy may not pre- Buddy D. Is so dressed up on

at of environment, if Its' The Bradford High girls, as preparation for a dash to the O la for order; don't knock It's a new brunette for handsome vent our completing school we Mondays.All .

ag has been poor. Starke's; this reporter predicted, came door. Then the young woman someone reeling Ralph Nettles! Think she'sin are still helpless In life without
back with of 3130. U is for uniform order In the the dancing pupils are so
a victory Any
[;school basketball teams are who held the lion in leash spoke. de tenth grade. courtesy.
given the best of training-I one who missed this game really "Walt", she commanded as she hall; Patsy R. where did you get that Surely courtesy at school has sore on Sunday morning.
missed something. As a matterof R Is for road-hog--don't have great value. Francine F. Is so gloomy lately. )
work-outs. But-what softly stroked the lion's head, bit of gold you're wearing on
fact it the best them at all. Helen was so happy about the
[ would not have had, bad it was game "This is algebra He will not your right hand? Huh?

for the generosity of the yours truly has ever seen. hurt you If you do as I say Comeon T la for teacher whom we Margaret P. we like you In red! Have A Hobby? letter shu got,

nat Guard-is a decent court The girls played a wonderful up and meet him. You can respect, Willa Vida you should wear blue The Sigma Delta girls were all
game, and a very hard one. (By- E Is for etiquette that all sick last week-end.
Vhich to play the season's never pass algebra by going back always. Do you have a hobby? If so be

|!s. Bradford High School the-way, Melrose has played about ward." The girl's voice was BO expect, Seniors are talkln' 'bout deco an expert at it. Whether It's pictures Margie and Ida Lee were seen .

the National Guard for six or seven games, and we are sweet and reassuring that Ken- S is for silence we should have play! Bet it sho' will b& good. or bugs, butterflies or antiques walking in the rain. '''"\

to its rescue; for proving the second to come back with a neth timidly went up to where all the day; Pat Alene, Jenell, Kstclle and make It give you some George F. didn't go with the

I again that its members are victory). she and the lion, algebra stood. Y is for "yes, ma'am a pllte Jsan D. oho' knows how to makede I thing In return na wel las pleasure Glee Club Saturday. f''I
The Bradford forwards could thing to
red, open-eyed supporters As the young woman kindly talk- say. candy-or do dey? To be able to do this one must Comer got so tickled while

tte town-as well as the na- really shoot the goals, and those ed to him and told him about --Billy Patray. De basketball teams makes dey observe closely and patiently any singing In Gainesville\

guards were really "going totown" algebra he decided that the lion Courtesv second appearence here" tonight.I fact connected with your hobby,

ad another thing. All you with some swell playing. wasn't such a bad fellow after all. If you are courteous Do de same, girls and better luck and to verify these facts over and Elementary Echoes

that come out to our home Orene High scorers were as follows: and after a while he walked on You show your good upbringing to you boys.Mammy over again to make sure they are ,J

can do so in perfect com- Padgett-20 points. I down the hall past them. sho' missed J. II. at true FOURTH GRADE
Juanita Kalch-9
because the Armory will be Maurlse points. Kenneth had not gone far when You show your manners too, de broadcast last Saturday So Two books are needed to help Wt have just finished about !
Crosby-2 points.So You show your thoughtfulness] sorry about your cold. you In doing this, one a notebook "
jlly and comfortably heat- Starke and he was again interrupted. Sit- "Norway, and: have started !Ii
come on give
Jean Davis. because ting In the middle of the hall was And what you are through-and- Cat law class sho' has Horn and the other a scrapbook. Everything studying "The Netherlands" in 'J
the team your support, through. future lawyers In It. Look out of interest that you ob-
an old, old man. His dark face Geography. 1
there are more good games yet to Gainesville.'Till. I serve about your hobby Is to be ,
Lotta Chatter come! was one solid mass of wrinkles, Courtesy Is not shownIn I copied in the notebook Also, we are reading: "The Nor- "
next Compare
and his hair was white. By week I '
Twins. It is
welglan good.
and very
pushing shoving, Yours these facts with articles in re-
hose Lawtey girls really had ahd the side of the old man stood a Another thing we have done is ,
Our Senior BoysL. In knocking your fellow men Mammy. liable books and magazines, and
time In Gainesville Jee'>n pleasant looking young man. Ken- around; I make note of the differences, if painted flowers that we have j

'[Estelle are seen during recessg H.-Has coaching ability. neth timidly approached the pair It Is shown in being politeIn Meet Our Seniors any. Next comes the scrapbook.We drawn. Mrs Hart says we are
and was about to speak when the
about the weatherIts the best In
Hugh-Would make a directorin the country or In the town. all like to read about thingsIn painting,
them busy discussing Lakeer young man beside the chair called which that she has ever taught.
Hollywood we are exceptionally interested
out: You either show JOELLA!: BARRY
[ and Jacksonville Mrs. Hart, teacher, j
S.--Can service
Billy manage a ; therefore, you will find
yle seems to have had a nice station. "Come on up and meet History; 'Courtesy on the playground "Gee! She Is just like me." in newspapers many Item containing Billy Smith reporter I,
In Georgia. cold I will explain him to you." Courtesy In the hall, These were the words spoken by;
Plenty I Everett-Would make a good valuable Information. Cut
Ire too. Those words lending him courage And courtesy to the other Mr. Otis Harry an he looked these BUS SCHEDULE! j
lawyer. articles out and put them in .
Kenneth went the fellowOr proudly at his Northbound
on up to baby daughter ,
it's this we hear about the Carl-Manages a grocery store your scrapbook printing the
old man, whose name was His- courtesy not at all. Joella. Leaves Starke at 2:40 a. m.,
enger hunt the Sigma Delta splendidly. name of publication from whichIt
tory, and stood gazing at him In Joella was born June 3, 1922, 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p m., 5:55 p. m., 9
had? More fun! Billy D. and Ralph-Would make a good Courtesy may be a habit, Is taken and the date of the
bewilderment. The old man lifted and was a very beautiful baby 6:10: p. m, and 10:10: p. m.
seem to have lost their way player on the Florida team. But It !la best to have It come issue, on the margin of the clip .
his head and 'this pate blue eyes She has blue eyes, brown hair, Southbound <
the hunt began. Ralph's Dempaey-Would excell) In en from the heart,
looked at Kenneth questioningly and a light complexion." Joella ping.After Leaves Starke at 2:20 a. m., }
cat went to the party too. gineering. And show courtesy full In having followed this
The young man Introduced them, has grown to be quite a young 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m., and 3:20:
bells Loral Betty, Jean, andn James Inherits the ability to spirit method for a while, you will grow
and then History told Kenneth lady, being 5 feet, 2 Inches tall, p m
| wore on their wrists surely teach schooLTracyHas And not courtesy just in part. more and more Interested In your
wonderful tales of what and the scales to *
pulls 120
many Westbound 5
cute. artistic ability. Marjorie Thompson. ,hobby, and in time will become (
Owen-Would be a prospering happened long ago. ,pounds."Jo I an authority on the subject. This Leaves Starke at 5:35: p. m.,
ara Mae's hair Is very be com- After spending a while with I ," an she is sometimes called 12:35
farmer. pleasantly: I may later lend to employment : p. m, and 10:30: a. m.
jln the new hair-do. Nelson-A good bus driver this genial pair, Kenneth thanked "This mysterious looking woman I has reached! the goal she hat -By Estelle Austin Eastbound "*

ers and Everett are together .Arch-Would be a capable doc- them and walked on down the is Science," he said, "I will I worked so( faithful for; that Is, Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. m.

often now. dim hallway. As he walked alonghe explain some of her mysteries to being a dignified senior, and the Typewriter rib b o n s. carbon Ticket office and bus depot at

arolyn Is liking Lake Butler tor.Leland An overflowing ad- was thinking of his experi- you If you wish to know them. : seniors are glad to have her paper, second sheet*.-Bradford Conway'ii Service Station, corner

"Why doesn't that town viser. ences with the strange creatureshe Kenneth replied that he would, Some of Joella's likes are: County Telegraph I Highways 13 and 48.

e closer," quotes Mr. Ralph John-Miami's playboy No. I, had thus far met with, and and the man patiently explaineda swimming, skating, movies and

i. Billy J.-Makes a grand business was just beginning wonder if good many of Science's" secretsto best of all, talking. Her dislikesare

Ian is still smiling with a man. there were any more of this sort, him, and after a while he once : literature, conceited people COMPARE
when he was again interruptedfrom and writing with a fountain
again went on way. pen.
tie in her eyes. We ask you MUo-A solemn judge.
? Frank-An ideal scoutmaster. his reverie. During the past few moments, This young lady hann't decided

Emmet-A good Naval officer.L. Though he could not see very he had noticed that the hall had what she will do when she finIshes -
orothy Crosby and Odessaare far ahead in the hall ne could become a good deal lighter. As school (but there's a handsome -
M. -A natural born opera '
to become
planning hear stealthy padded footsteps ne wondered over this, he was blonde who knows what-
ea. Good luck to them; we singer coming toward him. He listeneda surprised to see a side door lead- decision he wants her to make).

they will make good.A. moment and then was startled ing out of the hall.A Whatever it Is she will make a

and Jacqueline have more Primary Jingles to see a lithe fox coming toward tall, scholarly looking gentle- success.

[ during recess.a him. By his side walked a young man stood in the doorway and Joella lives In Brooker and likesit

Lee surely is a lucky girl FIRST GRADE lady. Kenneth, who was by now beckoned to him. Kenneth walk very much. She baa many

getting rides in a dream The pupils in this room are growing accustomed to meetingup ed over to where he stood. friends there who think the worldof
hard In the New Year.
mobile. The driver Is a cute working with strange creatures, awaited "This door leads outside. You her

with dark hair. Whew! Don't Evern moved away during the their approach.Te may go out a while and rest If

ne her holidays. Wa certainly miss him. young lady with the sly fox you wish," said the man when Tile a2>teo'tld&e ,

ne of the cutest girls on the Henry and Phoebe had birthdays walked up to him and smiled."Hello" Kenneth reached him.
|pus In Margie Mathews. Boys, Middleton teacher she said, "don't be "But this isn't the end of the
Miss Madge ,
can you resist such lovely afraid of my fox. here. Her nameIs hall" protested Kenneth, who,

| eyes? SECOND GRADE English and she Is very wise, though eager to get out Into the ? o+t

I the Good Citizenship Campaign as well as tricky but I think, fresh air and sunlight wan loatheto ( "'
girls are getting
The boys and girls In our room with my help, she will allow you leave the intriguelng hall. ,..ia
Snookey 'Wish she could
want to become better citizens to pass," "Yes I know." agreed the

I stayed be here. this year. We are making Health Kenneth thanked her and after man. "but this is the Hall of
| lookln' till next week.
Booklets, as we know good health talking with her for a few min Knowledge, and you can't go .00 I

-Peeper. makes us think and act right. utes, again started on his way. through It in one day. You have

This week Marlon McRae, But he did not know English, for only completed one-fourth of your t w

George Carter and Frankie Ros- as he started down the hall, the journey now. Go take a rest and 1 1ED BYROAD

OUR MILK ser gave talks on politeness We sly fox glided in front of him, and then come back and complete It. clad

know that forming good habits caused him to nearly trip up. The your trip through the hall." JACKS LLE'S TESTS :

now will stay with us through all young lady called the fox back Kenneth agreed that this wouldbe LEADING HOTEL

our life. and explained the wily creature's best and after thanking the
Hitch teacher. C'llfl'rtJ ......... .. AN KNOCKLESS POWER
Mrs. Herbert ,
i1 ways to Kenneth and then he was man stepped out into the friendly c1 7 post W r M

THIRD GRADE allowed to pass on his way safely. sunlight which caused him to OLD BRAND FASTER STARTS
SUMMER :::::=;
Pupils in this room are workIng He had not gone far when he blink after his long stay !In the T
COMFORT .. ... TU"2
on their unit of "Good Citizen met with another startling sur dark hall. BRAND-NEW
"'-. sea wwa QUICKER PICKUP
Seldom Equalled ship" and are trying to be better prise. Standing directly In his Kenneth Parker sat up !In bed ....._.y........... .CrwyMCOCKTAIL

little citizens each day. path was a tall mysterious wom and rubbed his eyes stretched .....-ewle0 wata.r r eeeaasImq. i

'Never Surpassed The first two points that have an. She was dressed In long, and sprang out of bed. There he .--..Ic.fOfIIUUIlClD.__-..... 7O .1 REDUCED CARBON

been studied carefully are: Be flowing robes and a black veil stood wondering over the strange ECONOMY

Orderly and Learn to Obey. covered her face. By her side realism of his dream. Then he LOUNGE sad t

PETERSON'S Madge Brownlee and Doris Mon. stood a wise looking man. Ken remembered: Today was the big COFFEE SHOP .- ... '.. . .,. .. \' -,.

Grief have given two minute talk I neth cautiously approached them, day. for school started, and this T1'Nb1fnnJ.I : : I "(:O.M.I '.

DAIRY on these. and stood wondering. The wise would be his first day in high oewAap-. sw.l.I ,
I.... ..... .
noes-faww.-iW .
Mrs.' Ethel Biggs, teacher. looking; man addressed Kenneth I school. Ku- *> Iff H Ik'w "T "' ''' ,



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your North Carolina weather Miss Eva Rigdon -!Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown Mrs. O.Sewell L. Beasley an(1( ,
SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss along with ? were
you And J. I,. Gentry Hosts At Dinner Party presented
Lawtey Lowdown: Dolly fink handkerchiefs.Those .
.. .. .. M. F. Brown were
--- United In Marriage Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
---- -- -- - -- ----- ins announcing her engagement Invited to

: Mina Manassa Becomes ]Bride Monday :Mac Toffalete Host Betty Phillips and Ralph Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon announce hosts Wednesday night when they, lovely affair with enjoy ,*W
at dinner and bridgeat 1.11'anti
' Of Thomas F. Grady In sville Ceremonywas At Bird SupperDanceMac Storey reported "on the verge" the marriage of their I entertained their home on North Walnut Brown were: Mr. and' Mrs M.4 1
Have Just seen a copy of daughter, Eva: to James Linwood 0 .
The marriage of Miss Mina lovely In a traveling suit of Toffalete, for the past sev "The Freshman," official publication Gentry of Starke, formerly of Street. Beasley, Judge and Mr A ,

:ilanaeBa of this city and Thomas navy blue with matching acces- eral months. connected with the of the Lawtey school An I Sumter, S. C., on Sunday, January The large living room where the Adkins, Mr. and Mrs T T le

Francis Grady of Boston. Mass., Horles. A shoulder corsage of Florida Bank at Starke here and attractive paper, reflecting much 14th. The marriage was tables were placed for the players Mr. and Mrs. R. F Vern| !
and Atlanta, Ga., was solemnized gardenias and lilies of the valley decoratedwith Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
formerly of Jacksonville, was hostto credit on students and teachers, solemnized at the home of the was attractively Knight t
Monday afternoon, January, fifteenth completed her costume. a group of friends from Jack- i alike bride's parents by the Rev. A E. low arrangements of narcissi, and Mrs. H. C, Ritch. Mrs, .

in St. Patrick's Church (n Mrs. Grady Is the daughter. of sonville Thursday night of last Walter Winchell (another good Lightfoot pastor of the Starke jonquils, and red rose buds. Kincaid, Miss Abble Harley V ,

Gainesville, with, the Reverend Mrs. Philip Henry Manassa and week when he entertained with a columnist) opines that "Girls Baptist Church. The tables were centered with E, L Biggs, Mr. and Mrs, }D Jb)
Father John V. O'Sullivan per the late Mr. Manassa She attended narcissi Carpenter, Mr. and Mr,
bird supper and informal dance. with thick ankles have more The marriage vows were made crystal bud vases holding !t. ".
U forming the ring ceremony in the ., high schol and college In served o' cards Duncan, W B. Sewell
The supper was at 8 trouble than girls with thick before altar in thee and Jonquils; Place were and Y
presence of the Immediate family. Chicago, 111., before making her in Cafe an Improvised Hand- and Mrs. C. S. Lindsay
clock the Orange Blossom heads" In other words, w Effective of an all-white design. Off
., 'The bride was given in marriage home here in Starke with her and the party was seated at a can cover our heads, but we can't living room.of gladioli and fern arrangements com painted mint cups, holding yellow ton-Salem, N C
by her mother and was at- mother. long table in the center of the hide our ankles, eh Walter? the decorations.. and white mints completedthe
tended by her sister, Mrs. D. B. Mr. Grady, only son of Mrs. room. From 9:30: o'clock dancingin Hope the collitch fraternity boys posed entered the living table decorations. 1f Excess Acid
The bride CI
White of Fernandina, matron of John William Grady of Boston, the Legion Hall was enjoyed didn't hear Charley McCarthy'snew Following dinner bridge was FREE s youpaln'o'Stoll1I'
of her father
room on the arm by
honor. Acting as best man for Mass., and the late Mr. Grady, Is until u late hour. The guests entertained method of Initiation Sunday enjoyed. High prize for ladies, a Ulcera, Indira
whom she was given In marriage. !
Mr. Grady was Henry A. Manassa a graduate of Boston College and by Mr Toffalete were night Instead of feed in' the Preceding her was the flower bottle of perfume, was awardedto ,Bloating,Can,Heartburn,Belch,
of Eustis, brother of the bride. I la now connected with Loew'a
Henry Peters, Jr., LeRoy Sheftall, new members spaghetti and tellIn' girl, her niece, little Miss Bonita Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and apall' I'Nausea,get a/>.. sample of{U
,r Music during the ceremony was Inc. Jr., Martin Hughes, Hugh Foster, 'em its worms, Charley feeds of bookends went to R, F and a free interacting
Fay Rlgdon of Jacksonville. book'.i' ]
played by Miss Anita Court- Immediately following the ...
cere- Jr., Garland Brenan, Miss Sara 'em worms and tells 'em its white Demorest, holder of high score -
manch, viol Ins t, who was accom Mr. and Mrs. left fora The bride was gowned in I.
mony Grady
Lee King, Miss Dorothy Colmery, spaghetti! for men. In two games of bingo CARl'1 bridal illusion for her wedding,
panied by the organist of the wedding trip to Miami and upon Miss Virginia Peyton, Miss Mary:
Peekln': Mac Tofalete Colonial lines and
Church. their return will reside at the Scamxnell and Miss Lucy Lloyd, Party fashioned on ,

The bride, a striking brunette Hotel Clermont, Atlanta, Ga. all of Jacksonville. entertaining Jacksonville friendsat ending in a short graceful train.
a bird supper and dance Thurs- The bodice, softly shirred, fea- Your Hair la Worth Caring ForII -

day night A combination calculated tured neckline outlined
1 'Twin" Cousins Honored Quarterly Mrs. Edward Burns . .. a square You Neglect It, You' Will Pay
RallyOf 10 giveem' a goou impression with chantilly lace. The full bouffant -
In Lc8 of
; With Birthday Party New River W. M. U. Reviews "Kitty Foyle"At of the local layout, I'd skirt was also trimmed in AttractJveoetl8. Personality and,

;it 1 L Mrs. Sam Anderson entertained The New River W. M. U. of the the regular meeting of the say Ca Mae Knight and lace. Her floor length veil of

,; k at her home on Cherry Streetwith Baptist Church will meet Friday, Book Club, a department of the Evelyn Ritch entertaining alfresco L'Armour bridal illusion was LET US TREAT YOUR SCALP FOR

,3 a weiner roast honoring her January 28, in' the Raiford Starke Woman's Club, held Tuesday last Friday night I I I edged with lace matching that of Dandruff, Dryneas, or Loss of Hair

t' 12-year-old son, Lyle, and his"twin" Church. night at the home of Mr and OF COURSE: you don't know AlFresco her dress and was caught with a '
j The party was for halo of seed pearls. She carrieda CITY BARBER SHOP
cousin John Anderson ,
6 The theme for the will Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. Edward
Mina and Tom and al fresco is :
cascade bouquet of pink gladi--
of and Mrs A. W. Anderson
M on Mr. be "Foundations" and the follow Burns read Rose Field's Interesting
2r Wednesday night. Both ing will be review of ChristopherMorley's just another way of sayin' ou t-of-I oil.
program presented:
born the doors The little flower girl wore a
boys were on same day new novel "Kitty Foyle.
Hymn-"How Firm A Foundation" Out-o-Town Entertainment
: of In
of the and celebrating dress pink crepe trimmed
same year were -, In his book Mr. Morley gives a
their simultaneous twelfth' ; Greetings Mrs. W. E. Malone rare portrait of an AmericanGirl Heard Spill Phltalny's mean blue and carried a bouquet of,

ii ,birthdays at that time. l ; Recognition of visitors and subtly painted against a"MainLine" Fall Spitllnl's-Aw, heck Dutch pink gladioli to match her i
appointment of committees; Devotional Anyway, I heard the all-girl costume. I
y The guests, all friends and com background. "So rare
-"Sure Foundations," Mrs.S. "Hour of Charm" orchestra at Mrs. Gentry, daughter of Mr. I
panions of the two cousins, began is Morley's art, so perfect his
arriving at 6 o'clock and Indoor J. Morgan (Scripture Matt. portrayal and tender his understanding Florida theatre in Jax last week and Mrs. J. J. Rtgdon, received

games were enjoyed until 7 o'- 7:24-27: ; 1 Cor. 15:58): ) ; Hymn that to call it his bookis They're wonderful And her education from the Bradford

l clock when the company sojourned "My Hope Is Built"; Foundation to reduce its magnificent sta- the drummer! she outkrupasGene County High School. The bride-

a to the spacious back yard and Plans for 1940-Young People's ture. It Is Kitty Foyle's book, as Krupa But somehow I groom was graduated from Sar-
'(. l leader, Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot; never did like to see femininityon dls, High School in Tlmmonsvllle
:roasted welnera and marshmallows he Intended it to be, It is her story, ,
over a warm fire. Following Special Music-Mrs. L. A, Can- told in her language," read the, the business end of a trumpetor S. C., and at present Is the man-
ova; Missionary Sermon The saxophone : Violins-yes of the Bradford
the refreshments the young people review as given by Mrs. Burns.In ager County
'were invited Into the dining Rev. A. E. Lightfoot; Prayer; i Pianos-yes But wind instruments State Farmers' Market.
Luncheon. conclusion the reviewer stat-
room where the large white-Iced -NOOOO! Guests attending the weddingwere
ed that :
"Kitty Is auth-
Foyle an
birthday cake, topped with twelve Afternoon Section Jus' finished "f Wanted to Be : Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlg
enic of America
part ,
burning candles, was centered on Hymn "Lead On, O King I smart, shrewd, hard young An Actress" by Katherine Cor- don, Lacy Rlgdon and children of

the table. Lyle and John, in one Eternal"; Business reports of I ing on the surface and, wi&d-CraCk-j nell Very entertaining for Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Prib-

)y breath, extinguished all the committees; Foundation Stones- der, generous and anyone interested in the stage, ble of Glen St. Mary, Miss Beatrice .

candles, and proceeded to cut plans and reports of Ausoclatlonal derneath. and how a great actress'gets to Miner and Mrs. Clarence

generous portions of the cake for officers; Report of state,convention -I created a Christopher character that Morleyhas will be great Literary tip to Dennis of Lawtey and A. O.

;, each guest. -Mrs. C. F. Hooker; Announcements take Its place among lasting some of the hammy glamour girlsof Andreu of Starke.
Hollywood: Why not an auto- 0
The many nice birthday gifts ; Benediction.
American a'
portraits. And the
Received two not biography with the title-"I Still J -.
by the lads were Members Two Hostesses
are asked to bring least important of this ,
story Want to Be An Actress" ?? ?
y opened and displayed, and then a for the L4rW
coupons children's homeIn is its background, the stuffinessand Honor Miss ManassaAt
i' game of Hare and Hound was i ir Arcadia, and also linens for the splendor of Surely will miss Annie Mae and
enjoyed until a late hour. Tommy Kemper when they leave Informal SupperMrs.
the W. M. U. Training School In painted in with smooth and subtle BUS
Those to this week 'S been mighty nicehavln' .
present enjoy the party Louisville Kentucky. strokes." H. C. Ritch and Mrs. C. ..
with Lyle and John were Denard 'em here for a whole A. Knight were joint hostesses at

4 Jordan, Bobby Biggs, Sonny I month, but not 'nearly as nice as the home of the former on Call

a Haynes, Sonny Peek, Jerome Carolyn Callstreet havin' 'em live here all the time Street Thursday night of last r

Johns, George Powell, Steve Weldon would be week at a lovely Informal supper

4e. Jr., Steve St John, Mack I Well, let's see who's In the party when they entertained the

Futch Leo Cotper, and ,Warren She Says 'Announcements Are "All The- fin" Birthday Book this week My members, the Two Table Bridge "CQSTS
__ _
_. _
n n Looks like Is LESS
Winkler! Mrs. Anderson was assisted .u. My January a Club and their husbands. This TITAN

In caring for the guests by Well, folks-thU roust be Na bales Maybe he thinks there's popular month when It comes to delightful affair was given in One Round DRIVING?

Miss Virginia Anderson. tional Announcement week something In a song Remember makin' earthly debuts ThereIs honor of Miss Mina Manassaand Way Trip One

nr Never heard so much "announc- "In My Merry Oldsmobile"? Charley Powell,on the 21st her fiance, Thomas Francis "'lanta -- 5.60 Round

Miss Manassa HonoredAt ing" going on around town in all And while we're on the sub Hubert Priest the 22nd Grady of Boston. Mass., and Atlanta Chafta 6.75 '10.10 lUlsunJ __ $Way Trip
ject of autos I tin' Frances Peek, 23rd E. M. Ga., whose Cfo"nnau 12.2$ 5.60 $10.1t
Dessert Bridge my life Three marriages announced am get color wedding was an 10.70 0c k )
Two births ,announced blind or jus' plain punch-drunk? Davis and Bonnie Turner on the event of Monday afternoon in __ 14.60( 19.2:1 laYo___ 1.33 22.00

Mrs O. L. Haynes, Mrs. Jack And (you count 'em-I The Olin White's is green 25th Best wishes, folks! Gainesville.The ""Je .4" 26.80 St, Pete 1.00 1.80Cldl'lllfO
Williams, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews And may the happy returns keep .80 T 3.05
haven't got the time) political announcements and a Chevrolet '. Poddon the out-door living room where .80 aBaiwasrb 5.40Gmne
ri were hostesses at a dessert Almost makesme error .. .' returning for many, many years the guests were entertained, was Key Wt8t 8.6t) 1.45 Tampa 2.25 4.005.lacksonVHle

I 4 bridge party given at the home get the fever, but I can't Gastronomic Gyration: Noon decorated in a rustic manner, Lak"8od 2.23 13.M ""a.o.7Jlngton 2.40 4./10/

of the,, latter Saturday afternoon, think of a thing to announce for Found this clipping from the with Mexican charm strings and 4.M W, P aInJ fl. 9.60 17.20
Miss Mina Manassa Wainwright turns a cold shoulderon 'Times-Union in '.80
honoring perched the kitchen CONW.Y'S
unless Its the exalted office of gay fiesta ware adding a distinc- 8.6.
.popular bride of this week. Gossip Collector, and It's beginningto fried chicken, but is a push window right above the tive color note. Supper was cook- Lacy SERVICE STATION
Six tables were placed in the for sink Spec the cook stuck it Conway,
look like I'm already elected over creamed bolony (]l ed on the large fireplace and "

living. room which was decoratedfor foi that never heard of it, either up there to brighten her mood served from a long rustic table.
the occasion with arrange- j while wash In' dishes After the
Mina Must be original) supper guests enjoyed -
Manassa and Tom
s ments of narcissi, calendulae, and Cheer Up playing many informal games.
gladioli. A pastel color scheme said "I do" in' Gainesville Mon- Personal Nomination: For the Sing, and the World Is glorious; Mrs. Ritch and Mrs. Knight
', was carried out In every detail. day afternoon and left for a jolliest couple in town-the Joe Whine, and things go wrong. presented the honorees with two

.1 ,The central decoration In the din- honeymoon at the Roney-Plaza on Wilsons Heartbreaker of For when you whineYou're of their goblets to the selected
"(" balmy (I hope) Miami each .
g room was the bride's cake, out of time, pattern of crystal ware.
1945-Freeman Register, Jr. .
Later to
Cuba via plane How
,40_ with an arch, underneath So stick to your happy song. Enjoying the evening with Miss
Encouraging turnout at the
wtolch 1 envy 'em Strange I haven'thad
stood a miniature bride Charles
Manassa. Mr. Grady and the hostesses -
the new Armory Saturday
road, ,groom., a card saying "Wish you were gym All housewives who hate washIn' were: Mr. and Mrs D. B.
here" Somehow, night Joe Truby there .
honeymooners -
: y; 'Upon arrival the guests were Hadn't seen him In a coon's dishes have my permission to White, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon-
always seem to that age ,
.rved refreshments of ice cream forget clip above and in their
paste telth, Mr. and Mrs. D. P.
The Carpenter -
The boys played a good game
wedding was a quiet affair
u and cake which
: repeated the kitchen windows.
Mr. and Mrs.
-and won Come out for the Sternberg,
:& chosen, color note. The tables lies,, but attended that only didn't'by the faml-I next one It's worth seeln 'em So long See you at the Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. J. W, Kin-
K were centered with bud vases, Birthday Ball .
t bridegroom from being sprinkledwith In those black and gold unforms, caid, H. C. Ritch, and C. A.
J' holding arrangements of narcissi Carolyn. Knight.
,v and calendulae. _Completing the "Ben Hur" perfume, as wellas even If you don't like basketball. -

t decorative motif were miniature rice, upon leaving the church --

;?1( doll brides, standing at each And some prankster-ln-the- Shots at Random (Who's that i

,i' guest's place.Following. family put a hunk of limburger guy Random, anyway?) : Jus' IN THIS GIANT "
.e dessert the guests cheese In the automobile heater love to hear Margaret Whittemore FLY il

,.; played three progressions of Hope they soon reached the say "How are you" She doesIt TRI MOTOR AIRLINER

:i' bridge. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., land of orange blossoms so they with such feeling Evelyn -

k: holder of high score, was awarded could forget the odor Stump's new chapeau is apt to ,

I, a bottle of cologne, while Mrs. J. Merrill Futch pulled a fast one I get her mistaken for Carmen OFFERING TilE GENKRAL PUBUC AN OPPORTUNITY TO RIDE IX AMERICA'S FINEST

";. E. Wilson was presented with a on the home town folks by up and i Miranda But that's all right SIGHT-SEEING TRANSPORT
14 "
I' pair of vases as her reward for get tin' married Tuesday after- too Eh, Evelyn? WonderIf PASSENGER J W a r ; s&r v TTOSSK.

making second high score Miss noon Didn't even know he others are annoyed by seeln' fe f* f>#\ **,i&35( *>* ,;* ? .fe S.f i*; "" .

Lucille Kennedy won the "gal- was thlnkln' about it, but I Suwannee spelled Swanee In the

4 loping goose" prize, a linen hand knew he couldn't hold out long movie ads I don't care If it I "

kerchief. Miss Manassa received when he accepted that Job at the IS the way Stephen Foster wroteIt

+i an Italian ware bonbon dish, a Woman's College in Tallahassee I want that extra "u" :

,+ gift from the hostesses. Third weddlng-of-the-week Involved Ripple for Ripley: All three of .

Playing bridge with the honoree Eva Rlgdon and Market affable Arch Thomas' children .. .. :
were: Mrs. D. B. White, Mrs. Al Manager J. L. Gentry If this were born on Sunday Should r x rtt: x j, n a

Manassa. Mrs N. Sternberg, Mrs.J. sort of thing keeps up I'm afraid get a preacher out of the lot, k

W. Kincaid. Miss Madge MM- there won't be anybody left for don't you think? .

dleton Mrs. 'W//'. J. Epperson, Jr.,i June Dot Noegel down with the

Mrs. Junius M. Smith, Mrs R. G. Diaper Doln a baby girl "flues" Hope she's up by

y a Kldd Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Ed- for the Lex: greens, and a baby now Glad to hear that Leon-

ward Burns Miss Hope Haynes, boy for the Lloyd Greens How ard Smith, Jr., one of my favorite -

Mrs. J. M. Darby, Mrs. L. H. nice! for the Lex Greens already Boy Scouts, Is Improving In a

Jennings Mrs. T. Frank Land- had a boy, and the Lloyd Greens Jax hospital where he and his appendix STARKE AIRPORT AIR TOUR ONLY50c

1 rum, Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs E. previously rated a girl have been going: 'round I
'1 iF R. Struth, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, and around Roy Mathews
Boys Back In Town: W. T.
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Miss LuclUe Weeks from also ailin and Frame Robinson Fri Sat Sun. 19-20-21
up Tampa for a few
; Kennedy, Miss Kitty Horsed Mrs days Goes to work on the M. M. (Methodist Minister) has
L. F. Chapman of the been dellverin' the milk for COST 6.000LL
t State him METAL 10,000 POUND
20th with Speed Harvey in Plant 1.000 II 0 K S E POWER 2 PILOTS
'y Farm, and Mrs. L. W.: Kemper of City Julian Peek Jr., enjoyIn' every morning That's what I Operated by U. S. Government transport pilot on state approved airfield The big plan.I-.
Dallas Texas. a REAL
fu a week's vacation Henry good turn completely equipped with all federal licensed material instrument and convenience
Specially conslderln' how to assure
Manassa here for Mina's wedding frosty It you with safety and comfort. The hugo cabin provide
St. John-Christiano was that particular daybreak ers with spacious transportation for 14 pafueng-
an unobMt.ructe.1Irw l
Mr., and Mrs. Vincent S. St.- Others on the sick list: S. R. for mile Remaining only a limited time to offer .aJght-Aeebiff.
John announce the Hlssin' the Hunters: Bill Gra- Johns. Jr., Nat Sternberg Hollls tours over jour- city and nurrounlng territory, cone out during flying. hours at your earliest
engagement ham
and approaching marriage of and Manly Level of Jax. and Merry Knight Just recovered convenience with weather permitting and bring jour friends
went a-huntln' last
their daughter, Ruth but : Mr. and Mrs. Hatfleld,
to DominicH. A
didn't do PASSENGER
so well "
very N'yah, and
Chrlatlano, of Darien, Conn., N'yah, N'yah said the little bird much John Capo Entirely too FUELED AND LUBRICATED WITH

Mr. Chrlatlano is a prominent sickness lately ? Hope 65c
In Sunday Afternoon

merchant will be in an Darlen.event of The the early wedding Mac a bird Toffalete. words, Ain't JuV-that the purchased"bird"from supint! the Welcome epedemie! soon Charlie plays and out Lucy. H. C. GAS SIN I C L A I R PENN.MOTOR OIL Largest Plane

Lindsay But after
spring. all-was
one of those nice black Oldsmo- absolutely: necessary, to bring it Tucker & Wainwright, Agents Phone 158 Ever To Visit Starke


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II BITS of LOCAL NEWS New Officers Invested With Authority at Woodman Installation I Those taking part were Mrs. W
B, Alexander who toM of the

.. "Promise of Redemption"; Mrs
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rr -- Marvin Hazen, who discussed \
ft JJ..: Sewell spent I : Mrs. K. J. Dowling and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendonof "Fulfillment of Ills Promise"; "

Ir..f (" Rt ,Thomasvllle, Ga. tl Ernest Dowling, Jr., spent Mon- Jacksonville were guests Sun- and Mrs. S. E. Sparks, who gave \
day afternoon in Gainesville. day of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- "God's Plan of Spreading the
t p$ Beasley and Mrs. A. worthy. Gospel "Proofs of Redemption",

pent Tuesday morning Friends of Mrs. H. V. Knight a playlet, Mrs. Jerry Moore, director

.,)Je. will regret to hear of her illnessat Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. John was given by a group of
,yl her home on Walnut Street. spent Sunday afternoon in Jack- young women. .'
jswls and A W Ander- sonville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sparks: chairman of Per-

ant Saturday afternoon Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville Wilson Hayes. C sonal Service, gave here report on

flue spent the week-end here with her the work for the quarter. She

mother, Mrs. P. H. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns *+. yD. kax also announced that $98 61 was
"Ue'Stilley la spending Long will spend this week-end in Jacksonville g paid to the Building fund for the
'::10. Jacksonville as the y month of December.
Mrs N. D. Wainwright. Jr., and as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
elatlves.L'Mrs. ( Plans were made to attend the
John Love Wilkes.
Mrs. E. L. Matthews spent Mon-
r rally to be held at Raiford, Friday
day afternoon in Gainesville.
[' T. J. Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Noegelwill q January 26. Mrs. P. M.

Ritch spent Monday Mr and Mrs. Stanley Bennett spend Sunday in Cross City '' b} Barefoot, chairman of Training
avllle with Dr and spent Sunday in Melrose with Mr. with Mr. Noegel'a parents, Mr School committee planned a linen

Mendoza.. and Mrs. Joe Hogan.Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Noegel. shower for thlti meeting. The
: gifts will be sent to the training-
school at Louisville,
FRESH FISH and Mrs. W. E. Mldclleton" Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and Ky.
It was voted that Circles No.
At All Tines are spending a few days at their Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Ward had as Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Guardian, r e c e I v ea a O. J. Anders, Council Commander for 1940 receives ,
1, 2, and 3 pledge $20 00 to be
camp at Piney Bluff, Ga., near a week-end guest Mr. Ward's son, lighted candle from Mrs. Maude Andrews, Past the gavel from J. II Fields, retiring Commander raised by Easter Sunday for the

SHRIMPOYSTERS' Brunswick. H. A. Ward of Orlando. Guardian, symbolizing the change In leadership The latter was! installed aa Lieutenantof Building Fund, Circle No. 4 having

the local Woodman Circle. Adviser for the new year. previously pledged $50 by
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lindsay of
Bat Morn Sea Mr. and Mrs. G. P Dover of Easter for this purpose
Winston Salem, N. C., arrived
r Food for Health Tuesday for a visit. with Mrs. Hibbing. Minn., will arrive tomor-; Methodist Society Met formed in the St. Mark's Epis- County High School. He receivedhis A most interesting\ experiencewas
for extended visit with
u row an
given Mrs. who
brother and sister-in- copal Church Tuesday afternoon,, by Hough,
Lindsay's B. 3. degree and Master's degree
AGNOLIA Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume. Monday AfternoonThe
works at the Court House. Ingoing
MARKET law, Mr. and Mrs.' D. P.'Carpen- January 18, with the Rev. W. H.
ter I' regular Business and Pro- K. Pendleton, rector of the ; In Agriculture from the over some old deeds she
I Mrs. James God bold and son, gram meeting of the Woman'sSociety Church, officiating in the presence University of Florida In Gainesville found the name of Lottie Moon
"I James, Jr., of Jacksonville were of Christian Service of: of the Immediate family anda He Is now manager of the signed. Lottie Moon was the
guests Sunday of Mrs W. S. the Methodist Church was held few intimate friends. College Dairy at the Florida first missionary to China forty-

Stroman and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Monday _afternoon at 300; o'clock The church was beautifully decorated State College for Women In Talla years ago and the offering taken

qr In the church with the president, with pink gladioli and hassee. every Christmas for missionaries ,'
Middleton, in the la named In her honor, She used
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Compton of Mrs. W. E. pink snapdragon. Tall pink cath-
k; Jacksonville were dinner guests chair. ederal tapers In seven-branched Husincss-I'roKrani Meeting to visit her sister who lived here

F Thursday of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Miss Amelia Ray gave her report candelabra placed on either side! of baptist W. M. U. at one time. '.

Viii and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown- as treasurer and Mrs. E. K. of the altar cant a soft glow over The Business and Program WHITE'S CREAM
lee I Perryman acted as secretary in the selling of
meeting the W M. S. of the
the .absence of
The who Baptist Church was held
V6Y young couple, were unattended Monday
2 Mrs. G. C. White and daughter, llama. entered' the church and afternoon at 3.00: o'clock in the Has long been used for ex-
J Frances, of Tallahassee were The program was conducted by walked to the altar together. church. Mrs. II. L. Hough led her pelling round worms in chile

guests last week-end of Mrs. Mrs. L. C. Ray who introduced tho The bride was lovely In a suit circle members In a discussion of I dren. Price 35c.OAKPKNTKU'S .
White's mother, Mrs. G. W. Ald- subject "God In One Woman's .. "
of sheer banket-weave blue wool the "Prom I" for the New Year. : DRUG STORE .
t EI erman. Life-Mlsa Bee! Bennett." Those
with hip-length Jacket, beautifully
taking part on the program were q
embroidered in soutache braid.
rt Miss Olive Ray, who discussed CAN YOU STOP
Miss Jenelle
Hutchings spent
With this she wore blue accessories -
"Three Factors In Her Life -
last week-end in Gainesville as and her flowers were n
When You Have To? f
the guest of her brotherinlawand Prayer, Faith, Stewaidshlp"; shoulder cottaage of Talismanroses
Mrs. I, P. Shepherd, who talkedon
sister Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
t and white Japanese hyacinths. t
"Her Alertness to Needs"; and Faulty brakes are aL menace to
Hutchings. .
Mrs. Frank Robinson who told of other motorists and pedestrians.With 'i
"Her Practicality." Immediately following the cere- the road patrol now on
Mrs. E. E. Canova spent! SundayIn mony Mr. and Mis." Futch left for
4 r Miss Amelia Ray led the meditation duty you should exercise ex-
Y Gainesville with her sons and /
a -0k daughters-in-law Mr. and Mrs. hour and Mrs: W. P. Smith Tallahassee where they will make treme caution while driving?, r
their home.
J. J. Canova and Mr. and Mrs.F. led In. the prayer meditation.Mrs. The bride, daughter of Mr and How can you protect the lives i
presented plans '
A. Canova. for a mission study course and Mrs. S. R.. Dyar of Seneca, S. C., 8 of pedestrians If your brakes :
announced that the book "Metho- graduated from the Seneca High are not in perfect condition?
Mrs. W. B. Sewell has returned I dists At Work" would be studiedon School and Is also a graduate of Let. IM tent your Don't put off testing them any
DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH from Leesburg after spending the afternoons of January 29, St. Mary's Hospital In Anderson, brake on our d>nu- longer-drive in today and
several days there with her S. C. For the past twd heW mic I \ brake trwtlnicruicli
I OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST 30 and 31. years make sure they are safe.Conway's t
brother-in-law and sister, Mr and 8 on the nursing staff of the' Inn--l''rr t A

Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. Miss Dyar and :Mr. Futch 'Alachua Gainesville.Mr. County. Hospital in Service Station }i

ery Wednesday 9 A. M. To 5 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownleeand Married Tuesday Futch, tho son of Mr. and( +
daughter Catherine, of Miss Bessie Christine Dynr of Mrs. C A. Bloch of Starke Garage ,

I Gainesville were week-end guests: Seneca S. C., became'' the bride of graduated from, the Bradford ,
of Mr. I!r own lee's parents, Mr. Merrill C. Futch of Tallahassee in

and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. an Impressive ring ceremony per- r 1

Friends of Leonard Smith will FREE DELIVERY I
See; .by the papers where an J be glad' to learn that he Is Im- CentaWordWANTED

+ Alabama woman was blessed j proving following an appendix op- I S. R. Johns PHONE
6 eration performed in Riverside '
quadruplets. Now that's TO BUY cows and
1with Hospital I n Jacksonville last ,
all 1
I cull really doing some I week. hogs. Market prices paid on
grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247. '
thing for the country. Maybe
Starke, Fla. 3-31-lyrp "s'OF
that's what we need around Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shornbergof

here--more children. in Iota of I' Bellevlew, Iowa and Mr and FOR SALE "Seeds that suc- &Sons'
Mrs Harland C. Portwood of ceed." Western grown seed PARKING
two, three, and four. Think how PUONTYs
Iowa recent
Davenport were beans Also peppers, tomatoes,
many pairs of shoes I'd get to all guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jen- cucumbers, and squash. Prices

to a family at that rate! nings. i right. See them at White's NEAR TOE S"A. L. DEPOT
Store. Starke, Florida. 4t 1-19
Mr. and Mrs. L. W Kemper of ,
Extra January Sale : Dallas Texas who have spent CHOICE Strawberry plants 10
Special I several weeks here as guests of varieties, none better. LI.tfree. OUR SPECIAL -g rr Plain or S. R. Omaha

Part WoolBlankets Mrs. Kemper's mother, Mrs J. R. Sterling & Son COFFEE, Pound X O C FLOUR, 20 Ibs. 65c
Druid Sheets i Bertha Pearce, returned Wednesday -! Judsonla, Ark 12-29 4tp ,
night to their home. I
WANTED-sterilized (boiled) cot-
81x99 : I ton rags with no buttons. No Staley's PEANUT -
Mrs. V, S. St. John and daughters lOc 20c
Misses Alice and, Eleanor,' pants. Will pay :5-cents per STARCH, 3 for BUTTER, 2 Ibs.
pound for then meeting our
i iPeter's Mrs. Mike Dew and daughters,'
$1.88 $1.00 approval. Bradford County
Misses Grace and Arline, and Telegraph tf Fancy YorkAPPLES PEACHES
Mrs. R. Tarratus were In Jackson-
ville Thursday of last week to see WANTED-5.000 units pulp wood. 3 Ibs. JLUC NO. 2 1-2 CAN JL4C

Womens I the personal appearance of "The Will take It cut In woods or by

Hour of Charm" company. timber. Apply at Gay's Ser-
vice Station or see A. E. McKinney Large "1 A TOMATOES

(Work Shoes Work Oxfords I Sunday Mrs. C.after W. enjoying Chalker a returned week's l-12--2tp CELERY, each JL U C NO. 2 CAN 3c

For Men visit In Palatka as the guest of FOR SAL.B-14 head select Duroc
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard. She Jersey boars and gilts, about 4 SUGAR GOODBROOMS

While They Last Special I was accompanied home by Mr., months old from WaveMasterbreed. 23c 1'9
They are fine. Will 5 Pounds C
Pair I and Mrs. Richard and Charlie:
Darby who spent the day here as register in purchaser's name.

$1.00 !! guests of Mrs. A M Darby and Also approximately 10,000( Cay- Fat Hens Dressed Chase & Sanborn
$2.00 Mrs. Chalker. ana and 5,000 P. O. J. seed cane. -

I Bradford Farms L. A. or Alive, lb. 15c COFFEE, lb. 21c
Brown, Brooker, Fla
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. L. mgr.
January Sale Closing Out D. Green Mrs. L. C. Ray, and' 1-12 4t

Mrs. A. F. Sauls attended the 2 to 3 PorkSHOULDER 1 A SweetPOTATOES
FOR SALE -- 1 year-old !

$6.95 Fall Coats MiSHionary service for "Mother Society's Dees"memorial(Mrs.! foot pineapple Japanese pear persimmons trees for and 25c lb. J. U C 10 Ibs. 10C

: L. A. Dees) held In the Mayo each or 10 for $2. H. B. Wig
[Fall Dresses For Women Methodist Church Tuesday Mrs.,' gins, Hampton. Itp LETTUCE White Corn
Dees, mother of Mrs. L. D. Green, 15c JL 60 :.
was paid many beautiful tributes FOR RENT- Furnished rooms. 2 For 100 lb..

$3.95 $3.98 $6.98January : In the service, praising her for 1 Elmo R. Struth, 303 Madison.
her work in the community. Street, Starke ltp
Pork Bradford County ",

Sale Col. and Mrs. II. R Richmondof LOST--One 2-year-old black and CHOPS, lb. JLZ/2C LARD, can 3 25 ;
mi-Annual Sale I Ft. McPherson Ga., near At- white heifer, unmarked. Re o
Warren F:. Perkins It
lanta are guests today of :Mrs. A. ward.
allan Shirts '' -Womens; Shoes I M. Darby and Mrs. C. W. Chalker. SEED PEANUTS -Florida run- We Buy White Hens TOILETTISSUE "fl A

Col. Richmond has completed an ner; tine, bright seed, 100 bti. 3 for JLUCWilson
Up to $3.00 Values Inspection tour of military schools at $1 per bu. until Feb. 1st. At Market Prices
I throughout the state and tomor- R. F. Demoreat Starke. Itp
$1.55 row he and Mrs. Richmond accompanied -'

$1.00 pair by Mrs. Chalker, will FOR RENT Attractive bungalow & Toomer FertilizerStrawberry
'te not included leave for their home. Mrs. Chalker furnished or unfurnished.
,I will spend some time aa their Close In. Also furnished ap-
artments. Apply 101 Lafayette
guest. Cor. S. Walnut. Itp A 3-9-3 Bradford
Street AJ
24 50
CARD OF THANKS Special ton \ Special ton
We wish to extend our sincere FOR SALE 17 bicycle: Priced per \J per .
from $6 to 114 each. Easy
thanks tothe American Legion
terms arranged. Bee Billy
and all our friends for the kindness -
( ? and sympathy shown to us Jackson or Billy Dowllng. Itp 47.5 Bradford If Prices Are Wanted On

In our recent sorrow. 'FOR RENT Downstairs apartment 27 50

-Mrs. John D. Russell Jackie private bath General Special, per ton o Cheaper Fertilizer-We Have It I.w. .
Russell, :Mr*. Lucy Kamper, Electric refrigerator-Mrs. S. \

I :Mra. R. Dillard.Ak. R.-Johna. ''I t

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I FARMERS' SECTION It's Mighty Easy To Lose MoneyIf I LIVE STATE NEWS COURTIIOUSE Bristol The I1URNS fate of Llbecounty's

You Trust Too Many StrangersPolice
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spread an alarm in West "know the races" and to place NEXT ON FBI LIST A DOUBLE DOSE records in a fire that destroy
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I RURAL last week for the "sure bets. knew the courthouse
Palm Beach thing" Heyney Tampa Edgar Hoover, dIrec- West Palm Beach,-Injuries receIved here will not(
''y COMMON SENSE capture of three men reported by the other two only as "Cohn and tor of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in two automobile accI- known for at least a week

i FLORIDA PECAN RECEIPTS RESOURCES RECEIVING elderly Bergen William N. J., to Heyney have fleeced of North him Conrad.The trio" came to a hotel yes-I said the FBI would dents only a few minutes apart. will be that long, it was estlr ;
Investigate the bolita numbers '
GREATER EMPHASIS IN of $22,500 in the old hone race terday with $100,000 purportedlywon placed Rudolph Gustowson of, ed at Bristol, berore the v
racket in Tampa In Its checkupof
1 By Isabelle S. Thursby 1940 FARM PROGRAMS track confidence game. on the races and Heyney "official corruption." West Palm Beach In a hospital in which Is all that remains of ,.

i Extension Food Specialist Serial numbers of two $10,000 posted his $22,500: with them as a serious condition. Hurt when old, two-story frame build
l The holiday season is over, but Florida farmers are adding a and two $1,000 bills which Hey- evidence of good faith in his par-
BRIDGE WAS PROFITABLE II can be opened. While
his Involved in a collisionat
that's no reason why we should fourth "R" to the famous trium- ney, who came to the United ticipation on the bet on which he car was some i ;
I about the delicious Jacksonville, Between July' Lake Worth Gustowson was cords left In desks are known]
all pe-
; for-get virate so dear to old-time school- States from Switzerland four was told would make $50,000.: He
: w we enjoyed recently nor said he the 1921, and January 1, 1940, the St. afterward have ,been destroyed, the
cans teachers and books. In ad- months ego, gave to .was to get his "cut, however, ,struck shortly by an- imp
:i why we should not continue to copy men were broadcast by police later In the day. Johns River Bridge toll collec- other machine while he lay on a ant ones were in the vault
f In fact, dition to "reading, 'riling and tions amounted to $4,168,807.51,
have them right on. pecans radio. Heyney tried to contact the men
I j. the heat of the blaze
'l" "in season' for several 'rithmetlc" farmers are now think- It is now told here. stretcher preparatory to being was au
,!, are Police Chief Robert W. Milburn later and found the "three C's"
( months, if not for the entire year. ing of resources. Encouraged and said Heyney told this story. had fled their hotel, along with placed in an ambulance. that some persons feared whey

.I t" This Is the period when pecans aided by the federal government, Since his arrival here 15 days his $22,500. He called the police.An LEVY, GILCIIRIST GET READY BOOMING is opened only charred scraps Abe |
should be canned in order to keep ago from North Bergen, Heyneyhad automobile said by officersto Bronson-The Rural Electrification FARMERS MARKET found.
Bit;, them from going rancid later on,I they are making strenuous efforts been entertained frequentlyby have been used by the trio Administration has allotted Pompano-The Palmetto State

a but pecans are for eating, fresh! to conserve and add! to those an acquaintance he knew onlyas while entertaining Heyney the $96,000 for construction of 115 Farmers' Market handled betweensix MARTIN OUT OF PICTTRE

'+ now or canned later, throughoutthe 1 natural resources which they "Caley." Several days ago past several days was seized. miles of lines In Levy and Gil and seven thousand dollars ,Tallahassee, John W Mart

iJS' year. 1 I have. a I Caley told Heyney that be and Heyney said the men were about I Christ counties, Levy County worth of business! during the past boom-time Governor of FlorK

k So, today, wa are listing a few' Farmers of Florida who par two friends were members of a 40 years old and appeared to be Agent T. D. Rickenbaker reports. week, according to market man- has announced that he will ,

> ways in which you can prepare ticipate in the 1940 AAA farm racing syndicate and were able to Americans I ager Roy Syms. Tomatoes were seek either the governorship or
}' pecans and we believe you will program will carry out more soil, COWS ANSWER AUTO IIORN : leading all other sales with demand seat in the United States SemiJ

I enjoy conservation practices on their Arcadia, When Rancher Jim I brisk at $2 to $3.50 a field His announcement followed

them.Salted Pecans farms. H. G. Clayton, state AAA i Green AsksAdditional Bradford Oil Men Montgomery wants his cows to I crate. Syms said the market months of speculation on thrll|

Pour about two tablespoonsfuls administrative officer, says that, Aid Ratify Tax Program come to him he has a better way I sold $57,000 worth of vegetables tries in these races, with W.
'YYp 1' of oil, butter, or bacon grease rates of credit for some soli-build! ; than yelling himself hoarse. He I during December despite the name being considered among)

u over one cupful of pecan halves In ing practices under the agricultural For Veterans Oppose DiversionThe drives up to the pasture, toots 'Christmas week slump. fore-most contenders. Since I

small frying pan and heat slowly,' conservation program have I the horn of his automobile and retirement from the Governor!
stirring until hot. Avoid over-, been reduced. This gives farm- Congressman R. A. Green Introduced Bradford County Oil Men's the cows come running. Then he "LOANS" CAMPAIGN CIGARS \ office in 1929, Martin has dint

; cooking kernels because they turn ers a better opportunity to carryout a resolution In Congresslast Association, composed of whole- hands out cakes of cottonseedmeal. Tampa, Under Florida law his time between Jacksonv

darker after removal from fat. needed practices which they II week, which was referred to sale and retail dealers in petroleum candidates for office are forbiddento where he was three times

Drain kernels on absorbent paper do not normally use. It will require the Rules Committee, for consid- and other motorists supplies, dispense favors In return for mayor, and Tallahassee, where t

and sprinkle lightly with salt. them to carry out more eration of a bill which would re- met in Starke on Friday. The RACING SEASON OPENS prospective votes, or even give out built a home after his term of i iHce.

i'' Larger quantities can be perpared units of some practices to earn enact the law providing for disability -' local association, which la affiliated MIami A five-year-old oat cigars or other presents. But one .

,fi in proportion. the same amount of money. allowances or pensions for with the Florida Petroleum Industries snlter that hasn't been in the win wise politician here, leaning on

GlAce Pecans Practices which Florida farm- World War veterans and to restore Committee, adopted a six column in his last six starts gal the opinion of his attorney, said NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE

Mix two cups of sugar, one- ers are expected to use! more former service-connected disability point Program setting out fair loped to victory In the 12th run- he would carry around a pocketful Northbound
fourth teaspoon of cream of tartar widely under the 1940 program Include status, and to automatically principles of taxation for oil men ning of the $5,000-added: Inaugural of stogies as usual for his No. 2 Leaves 5:28: A. M. Stop

1 one cup of hot water, and tree planting, home gar- Increase service-connected compensations and motorists. "As one of the handicap as swanky Hialeah friends only he would loan them. No. 192 Leaves 6:23: A. M.

one-eighth teaspoon of salt in dens, terracing, and pasture of World War veteransand i/iost Important points In our Program Park opened its 46-day 1940 rac- And can he help it If the cigarsare No. 108 Leaves 5:36: p, M. Fto
small saucepan and place over hot building and Improvement.And widows who are now receiv- ." said K. G. Duncan, Legis- ing season before a record crowdof not returned? No. 102 Arrives 1:50 P. M.

4, fire, stirring until sugar has dis they have good records be- ing pensions. lative Committee chairman of the 16,298. SouthboundNo.

I solved. Let the syrup boll until I hind them in connection with Green said: local association, "we are urging DUB FOR A SHOCK 1' Leaves 11:33: P. M. Sit

it reaches temperature of 293 degrees -' these and other soil-building prac- "If the Rules Committee falls the adoption of a constitutional CADET KILLED IN CRASH St. Petersburg-A sneak thief No. 191 Leaves 10:53: P. M.

.1 Fahrenheit or the "hard tices encouraged during recent to act favorably promptly, I shall amendment in Florida to effectively Pensacola The crash of a here got something he wasn't No. 107 Leaves 9:30: A. :M. Fill

crack" stage. Remove from fire years by the AAA. Clayton says proceed with petition methods to prevent the continued diver- navy training plane northwest of looking for. While Prof. D. L. No. 101 Leaves 7:00:; A. M. Sic

and place in pan of hot water. that during 1939 Florida farmers force a vote by the House on this sion of highway funds for non- here was fatal to aviation Cadet Vaughan of the Florida Wild Animal -

With saucepan containing syrup have received approximately $1- worthy measure. Thousands of highway purposes. J. L. Stone of Los Angeles. When and Reptile Ranch was inside IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IV All

y in pan of hot water, use tweezersor 531,000 in earned soil-building World War veterans In Florida "Taxes currently paid by motor- I Stone failed to return to Corry I the studios of Radio Station FOIl FLORIDA BRADFORD. COUNT!
long pin to dip each kernel. payments from the government. and other States have disability ists would be more than adequateto Field base here, fliers from the WTSP, a thief ransacked his NOTICE TO DEFENDANT
Place dipped nuts on waxed paper which In fact is service-connected training station started Mary Ruth MrNeace,
Approximate figures which he finance the construction and a search automobile and stole a black Plaintiff,
to dry. Carefully re-heat syrup gives Include the following: For but they have been unable to get maintenance of highways," said and sighted the wreckage near leather bag. Inside the bag were -vsHenry -
Lee MeNeace.Defendant. ,
k if It becomes too thick. This applying phosphate to pasturesand evidence sufficient to convincethe Mr. Duncan "If such large sums of an auxiliary field in a swamp. two deadly-pels o n o u s rattle .
+" amount is enough to dip about conserving crops $275,000; Veterans Administration of money were not diverted to other Rescuers reaching the spot last snakes. Detectives didn't know IN THE NAME] OF THE STATE C

two cups of unsalted nuts. for applying ground limestone, such. This bill would take care purposes. During 1938 the state night found Stone's body in the whether or not retributive Justicehad FLORIDA TO: Henry, GREETING Lee MeN.: ace, wH

Spiced Pecans $35,000; for growing green man- of them and would take care of collected $22,801,000 from the tax wreckage. yet caught up with the thief. residence Is unknown.You .
Using a fork, mix one cup of all disabled World War veterans are hereby required to u:
ure crops and turning them underor of 7 cents per gallon on gasoline. pear to the Bill of Complaint flit-
fc pecan kernels with two teaspoon- leaving them onthe land, regardless to service-connection of Fees for the registration of motor FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT! HAZARDOUS OCCUPATION, herein against you on or beta
tutu of white in a small deep Pensacola-The House Monday, the 5th day of Februan
egg their disabilities. Appropriations
$916,000; for Interplanted legumes Vehicles accounted for an addi- Tallahassee, -A recent surveyof A. D. 1940
bowl until all kernels are coated.I $88,000; for establishing "It will repeal the World War tional $6,432,000, and special fees Committee approved a the Florida Industrial Commission IT IH FURTHER ORDERED th
this: order be published In tt
mix one-fourth $2,281,000 fund
f Then separately permanent pastures, $190,000; and provision In the Economy Act as upon motor carriers added an- to augment reserve reveals that common laborers Bradford County Telegraph,
teaspoon of cloves, one-fourth cup! for planting forest trees, passed In 1933 which abolished other $275,000. Yet out of this training activities at the tractor operators and truck newspaper published In paid Cour
ty of Bradford, once each week to<
of Pensacola
of and $27,000'1'In Naval
sugar, one tablespoonful Air Station. The
addition to AAA non-service-connected World War total of $29.508,000 not quite $10- drivers have the most hazardous tour cnnsecutlve weeks.
cinnamon. Combine nuts and veteran pensions and will reestablish 000,000, or 31 Navy asked the funds for the in WITNESS my hand and offlcl
ernment agencies will this year aproximately per- occupations Florida. The Com ,
I aviation neal thin Srd day of January A.1 1
mixtures with cadet
spice by tossing for
give greater encouragement to pensions for non-service-: cent, was used In the construction program the mission's Safety Department reports 1940.
C fork. Spread kernels on a baking the conservation of soils and other I connected disabled World War and repair of roads. An fiscal year ending next June 30, on 152: fatal industrial accidents OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom
Clerk of Circuit Court. 1 :
sheet, shaking off bringing the 15tt -
excess total for
sugar year's that
natural resources. Secretary of i veterans. It automatically In- equal amount was used in the retirement covering an 18-month
and bake at of 250:
; to
temperature $4,119,546.
Wallace Instructed creases existing service-connected of bonds for purpose which
Agriculture recently county period shows 30 occurringto '
degrees for several hours.. this, and declared that in compensations. When the bill is highways, and the remainder, or common laborers, and 25 to How To RelieveBronchitis
t, spite of progress already madewe brought up before the House for approximately 38 percent, of the truck and tractor drivers. Line-
Clean and sort fresh and fresh Bartow, President Roosevelthas
are using resources faster than consideration, it is my purpose to highway fund was diverted for men ranked next with 10 deaths.
} halves nominated William J. Bakerof
ly-hulled pecan and placein
they ate being replaced. offer an amendment to include general governmental purposes.
in hot When nuts Bartow to be of Florida'sSouthern
pan oven. therein pensions for widows and Therefore a d I s roportionate Judge THEY LIKE GENTLE MEN
orphans of World War veterans share of the burden of taxation is District, A compromisechoice needs be Bronchitis acute or chronic Is tt
Tampa-A man to
suffer from
Colds T are hot through, them Into
WHY pour he had been recommended Inflammatory: condition of the mu
,j hot, dry pint or half-pint jars who are not now drawing service- being shifted to the motorists. by both Florida senators to gentle rather than handsome to coma membranes lining the bronc

i Fo quick which have been sterilized by pre- connected compensations. The "But of equal concern to the succeed Alexander Akerman make husband in the tubes. Creomulslon goes right to th
who a good opinion eat of the trouble :
relief from 666 vious boiling. Seal Jars and pro and need its for this legislation Is acute state is the fact that despite the retired three months ago. The of the majority of UnIver- laden pbJeam.1ncrea eectlonsad
.paid gymtptom, cess at boiling for 30 minutes or passage will take from the enormous sums which are contributed nomination was referred to the aid nature to soothe and heal raw
tMe 06GLIquId In steam pressure cooker at five relief rolls and from needy conditions annually by the motoristsour Judiciary Committee, where a sity of Tampa co-ed. A survey tender Inflamed bronchial mucomembraaes.Tellyourdrugglat to sel

for 10 minutes Store in thousands of veterans and road system needs to be vast- conducted by David L. Zielonka,I
,,, Tablet Salve Nose pounds their public hearing may'or may not i :you a bottle of Creomulslon with to
Drops.) cool, dry place. dependents. ly Improved. Florida, more than be held. There was no doubt, apparently -i sociology instructor showed that understanding that you are to Ilk
any other state, should have a the way: it quickly allays: the cougi
about his the co-eds
confirmation. regarded "considera-
well planned highway system to or you are to have your money
,4 INSURE WITH FLORIDA FARMS IS tion" as most important. "Goodproviders"
meet not only the needs of her DRUNKS LOSK LICENSES CREOMULSIONfor
JR. MAKING GOOD PROGRESS own motorists, but those of thous- Tallahassee Florida the and "good talkers'also
N. D. WAINWRIGHT ,- began ,Chest Colds,Bronchi
Florida farmers have made remarkable ands of tourists who drive here new year with 143 less' drunken were ranked highly and

j FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS progress in planting each year." and reckless drivers menacinglives many demanded intelligence. The

slash land Other points included In the and limbs of fellow motor- men students not
Phone 12 STARKE FLORIDA pine seedlings on unsuited were so practical BUSINESSDIRECTORY
to cultivation during the program which Is up for adoptionby ists on her highways. Since the the study indicated they placed

past few weeks of generally fav- a local oil men's association new drivers license law became beauty ahead of ability to cook,

orable weather, L. T. Nieland, in each of Florida's 67 counties, effective, 116 drivers licenses 1. but most of them .wanted wives
FUNERAL DIRECTOR farm forester with the State Agricultural are: To urge a reduction of one have been revoked and 27 have I who "understand" them.IN .
b My Itenr y..:.. Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Reader Extension Service, said cent in the present seven cent been suspended for thirty or more

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE today. state gasoline tax; to urge that days. Drunken driving was the 1:
t MODERATE PRJCJC8DeWITI' Farmers are taking advantageof municipalities be prohibited from reason for the revocation of the BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. The drink

C. JONES the low prices for forest seed levying gasoline taxes; and to ad- majority of the licenses revoked. IN NOTICE\NCKHY TO DEFENDANT

Starke, Florid lings available at the State Forest vocate the repeal of the federal H. H. Griffin. that

and Park Service nurseries this tax on gasoline and lubricatingoils. Heavy DemandFor -ve.Juanita.Plaintiff everybodyknows

year, and heavy plantings are be- Griffin
Officers are as follows: Seedlings Defendant
made In counties. Bene-
fit payments possible under the General Committee-Chairman: Follows RainAs FLORIDA GREETING:
conservation J. B. Alexander; Vice Chairman, TO: Juanita Griffin, whose residence
agricultural programfor and place of address Is
-- -
the planting of forest trees K. Tucker; :Secretary, Freeman the result of recent rains Cheraw South Carolina. i e 5tt
MEATCURING Register. You are hereby required to ap-
have also stimulated
planting on and Improved planting conditions, pear to the bill of complaint filed
farms, Mr. Nieland pointed out. Legislative Committee-Chair- 200,000 seedling pine trees for reforestation herein attains you on or before f
It, An additional allotment of $30 man K. G. Duncan; Vice Chair purposes are leavingthe Monday IT IS, FURTHER February 6th.ORDERED A. D. 1940.that COCA-COLA:: DOT. CO.

per farm for planting forest trees man, H. H. Houston; Secretary, State nursery! at Olustee dally.C. this: order be published In the Brad- .
h Sam Alvarez. for County Telegraph, a newspaper WE ARE
1040 is available all
during on H.
Coulter, assistant State published In said County of Brad-
farms which can qualify under Local Affairs Commit I tee- forester, states that on January 8 ford, once each week for four con- PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS
Chairman, J. n. Alexander Vice secutive weeks.
the program. ; orders for 4,276,000 trees had already WITNESS my hand and official
County agents In Walton, Jack- Chairman, Arthur Swanbom; J. I been received. He advised seal.'this 3rd day of January, A. D. CARPENTER'SThe
son, Washington, and Holmes L. Anderson. this was only 1,000,000 less than ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
} counties have' assisted in plant- Public Relations Committee was sold all last season and Indicates Clerk of Circuit Court 1-6 4t 1-26 Rexall Store
No increase in prices ing 445.000: forest trees on farms ChaIrman K. G. Duncan; Vice that the entire 8,000,000

during the present season. Manyof Chairman, Lacy Conway; A. Gay. trees available will be ordered be-

t these plantings will qualify for fore the end of this month. This I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

benefit payments of 97,50 per acre DISTRIBUTES Orlando To LADYHKKTLES: will be 2,500,000: trees more than FuJI line of caskets A Undertaken Supplies
,- combat
under the Agricultural Conservation a heavy has been
planted In Florida] In AMBULANCE SERVICE
Program. Infestation of aphids on eggplants, any previous DAY AND NIGHT

We Specialize In Sugar Since the planting season will peppers and other vegetable Planting year.cooperators are reporting 134 PHONE 1S4

be over at the end of this month, crops In the Winter Garden sec- that the seedling stock Is G. IL BENN1CTT. Mr..
the Extension forester tion, K. C. Moore, Orange county
all "A
urges better than any they have received HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
.d farmers interested in planting agent, obtained 61 gallons of converge previously. Mr. Coulter

Cured Meats forest trees tosee their county ladybeetles (about 1.800- believes that this is due to im-
000). The predaceous Insects
agents at once to arrange for have proved drainage at the Olustee

planting stock and information on proved quite effective in control- nursery and .to better handling Cold Coughs May Soon Be
possible benefit payments for ling the aphids, Mr. Moore says. and packing.

planting forest trees. I Soil retirement payments made

alold strychnine with one ounce i to farmers for trees' planted under Quarantined To SpreadThere
!MICK IX FIELD !MAYBE of baking soda, sift this mixtureover the AAA program have contributed Stop

CONTROLLED; WITH eight or 10 quarts of rolled 1 greatly to the Increased demand -

GAINESVILLE ICE AND COLD POISOV, WATSON SAYS oats, stirring well to get even ; for planting stock, as has is growing sentiment that stuffed-up feeling Immediately. 3 J
distribution. Warm the oats in 'the reduced price charged for the bad colds and coughs should be acts quickly to soothe and heal the I
STORAGE COMPANY Small mice that eat seed of an oven, taking care not to scorch trees. quarantined. They spread so rapidly feverish, irritated membranes awf
watermelons and other crop be- them, and then sprinkle hot beef Those they cause more loss of time is guaranteed to rid you of r yam
fore they come up may be con- fat desiring to secure trees from illneM than all other diseases cold cough entirely within till
over them' at the rate of six
f J. L. GEORGE Mgr. can get them at the nursery for combined. cent
trolled by placing a poison bait In tablespoonsfuls shortest possible time or every 5
to each
the fields, according to J. R. Watson quart $1.75 a thousand or express pre- To atop cold cough immediately of the small cost will be prompt'' *
(Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. State Experiment Station oats Stir until all oats are paid to any point in the State for ; get Mentho-Mulsion. Mentho- refunded. Mentho-Mulsion Is sate
entomologist.Here thoroughly covered.On $2.35 a thousand. Seedlings may Mulsion ia the formula of the dean to use and should be kept on 1 heed
the same day it is made, be ordered through the district of pharmacy of a large midwestern for immediate use on the first i aPpearance
's GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA are Mr. WaUon's direc- place the bait In the field, a offices of the Florida Forest and university and contains nine of a cold or cough.
tions for making and placing the cold cough combating elements Including
tablespoonful at 20-foot Intervals. Park Service located at Panama Mentho-Mnlaion U endorsed I bf
: vitamins A and D to buildup
Mix one ounce of powdered alk- Place. it two days before plantingseed. City, Munson Tallahassee, Lake cold resistance. Mentho-Mulsion your neighbors and guaranteed I

CIty Ocala and Lakeland. stops coughing and relieves that leading druggist everywhere_ ..-*'I

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r CHURCH DIRECTORY; & Worthington Springs Sunday--afternoon -r LAJVTEY--r--I of :the reports, of the several--Scout Mike Dew wUl appear before '

NOTES 11}' \VIIIUtn (Hill) Plummrr patrols, a half hour of games directed 'I the Committee for recommendation -

-'--'_ ,, -- -. .' .-.- .. .. F. M. Norman an,1lion!!, Levy by Junior Assistant Scoutmaster to the National Council
IETIIODIST PRESBYTERIAN and Russell Norman, were in Keystone Mr and Mrs B J Harrell and Frank Robinson, III, Sen- through the North Florida
BAPTISTI EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN Heights on business TU H- ior Patrol Leader Arch Thomas, Council Area Council for
family of Charleston, S. C.. are the
I a.! raa-htfoot Rev. Chas H. Allen St. Mark. CkarrhRev. Sunday School Supt
pea*.or Rsr. Frank Pastor Pastor Fred Terkss, Jr. Mrs. Ira Wilson day. : visiting Mr and Mrs. J. L. Har and Senior Patrol Leader (Junior: rank of Eagle Scout. This Is the
Sunday School :.11'1". J. W. Knight and lao!' Grade) Mike Dew was enjoyed by
Theelt.' B. K. Ferryman.Qen. Rector rell htio tats: weelc. highest award in rank that in
Superintendent OrganistMrs. Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clockCIIURCIIOF daughter Sandra of Lake Butler the troop. made by the National Scoutera
nda, school. H. M. Davis Miss Ella J. Basse Mr. and Mra. G. E. Cutshaw
,:45 A.Service M. of Church Scbonl! Church School Supt. Organist CHRIST are spending. few days with relatives and son, Woodrow, have been Patrol meetings, under the direction Council. Scout Dew will be the

niDI'11 A. 101.U.t Church 10 A. School M. Roy Mathews Mrs. II. C. Brown Harry Pldcup. here. visiting friends here this week. of the Patrol leaders, were fourth Scout In Troop 70 to apply

Tra.lnllllrn. 101. Moraine Worship Church School Sunday Service School.* Bible Study Pastor t Alec Ross of Jacksonville was The Cutshaws will make their then held at which time the various and later receive this high rank. '
nlnff'. 1:00:gervlfM1so P. Service! 11 A. M. Morning 10 A.Worship M. 10 A. M. Sermon and The p. m. visiting friends of this section last home In Starke. study and activity of each Eagle Applicant Life Scout Enoa

: P. M.yet Evening Worship 11 A. M. Sundays ._ 11 A. M. Lord's Supper S p. m. Sunday. unit was carried on. I Hayes will be honored at the dl
The H. C. Brown service station -
MNtlatesdsy. Service 7:39: P. M. evry Sunday
Sigma Chi 7:00: Friday 7:30: P. M. Much interest evidenced mala Court of Honor Thursday
.:00 P.M. Young People's p. m. Holy Days..l Miss Margie Reddish spent. came very near burning was by on
A. M.
Pianist Canovm League MeetlDKS MIN. ALLIANCE Friday night with Miss Geraldine Thursday night of last week. The the boys during the discussionand evening by being presentedwith

olr Mona Directorbn 6:30: P. M. MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponeore4 PresidentThe Silcox of Starke. i flames were seen by a passerby' announcement of the tenta- his Eagle Badge and credentials
H. Powell Prayer MeettnvWedneMday. Rev. FrankRobinson and the fire under tive plans for the observance of being the third boy to
was soon con-
Mrs. Carl Sapp and children of
Chairmanrd 7:10 P.M. Sponsors: by I' 70 to attain F
Mr. National Scout Week, February8th Troop this high and
| of Dsacons Mrs. F. II. Long, Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs. Vice PresidentThe Heilbronn Springs were visitingher trol.
KlcictlterChalrmaa J. T. QulaIeyBvannrellstto Rev. Leslie through the 14th. coveted goal.
f. Organist T. QulglsyBible Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer mother, Mrs. Sarah Alvarez, Members of the Ninth grade of
rd of Trust.. Mis. E. K. Ferryman, Study, each each Friday aNd Sun Saturday night. the Lawtey school will present The monthly Court of Review The Troop is to be congratu 1 ,
O. powell Assistant Organist Tuesevening- 7:30: day evcnlnr 7:10 The Rev. Fred Ytrkeshas We are very sorry to report their: annual play In the school will be held next Tuesday nightat lated on the high percentage of .
7:30 o'clock under the direc Eagle Scouts In comparison with | .
auditorium A ,
Friday night. t
--- -- --- that one of the teachers of Van- '
tion of Joe E. Wilson Chairmanof others in the North Florida Coun- .
derbilt school. Miss Lily McRae Is small admission will be charged,
Work solved social l
StartedOn great problemsIn
the Committee. At this time ell. During 1939 in the entire ; i!
Bob Jones and Is to attend.
field of human ill. Her brother, Bill McRae ofStarke everyone urged
every activity.But
North Florida Council !t.!
InteriorOf The !school basketball all boys applying for advancement area there
In her teams
Is substituting
.. .. a glance at conditions that were 59 awards ';\ 1
double-header from the or for Merit Cadges will be Fagle made of It
Methodist Church prevail In the world today will place won a which 4 :
required to appear. All applica- percent of the Eagles rl
meats On Here soon convince anyone that prob- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of Hampton boys and girls here last tions for advancement or Merit came from Troop 70. With two ;k.

Hereafter The morning service at the lems are Increasing rather than Jacksonville spent the week-end Friday J. C. Prevatt was a business Badges must be in the hands of additional Eagle Scouts now. of }
First Methodist Church was con- diminishing. The only solutionlies with Mrs. John's parents Mr. and in the Scoutmaster not later than course, the percentage would be : I
visitor Jacksonville
Wednesday.Mr. 3
ago the writer ducted in the coming of Christ to Mrs. Ellery Sapp and family. greater.
days the The
few by pastor, the Rev. Monday evening. regular I
and Jones visit-
at the Evangelistic Con- Flank Robinson using as his sub earth to put to flight sin and to Air. and Mrs. Ury Reddish and Ing friends Jacksonville were Sun- monthly meeting of the Main Scouting has proven its worth \; :

Ee in Jackson Mississippi. ject "Knowing God." It was stat- bind up Satan. family spent Sunday with !..Ir.anl Court of Honor will be held In the In our community and every parent t.j'\

Jones, who Is greatly intern ed during his sermon that "Know- There Is a general discussionof Mrs. Lloyd Edwards of day.W.. H. (Will) Edwards who Is Duval County Courthouse on next and friend Is urged to en- "I!' i
antiques and the old ing God" meant to be Intimately each subject taken by the con- Starke.Mr employed in Jacksonville. was Thursday evening ((23th! ), begin- courage the boys of Troop 70 by '

anti-bellum homes, in- acquainted with Him in our day gregation. Many of the problemsthat Sam Whitehead and son, visiting his family here over the ning promptly at 8 o'clock, under cooperating In every way possibleto 'i
em that we go by Natchez, by day living. Giving as some of perplex Christians in their Leslie, were visiting :Mr and weekend.The the direction of Judge J. Ollle make this a better troop and ,

ilsslppl d en route to New Or- the outstanding excuses offered I Bible study disappear when the Mrs. A. W. Whitehead of Raiford loading platform is very Edmunds. All boys who successfully one that will be of lasting valueto \ .I

to see some of the many old by people for not knowing God Scriptures are rightly divined. 2 Sunday afternoon. near completion. The roofing Is pass the Court of Reviewfor our community and to the .

i tone located In that section. better he stated that the most Tim. 2:15.: Levy Norman was in Jacksonville not entirely on yet, but Indica- advancement are required to boys who are members of the or- .., "

years ago, Just after often used one was that "peopleare TABERNACLELast on business last Wednesday.Mr. tions are that the structure will appear before this Court of Honor ganization. In every possible way !
y-tlve evangelistic work. I afraid to learn anything new Friday night the topic of and Mrs. Jack Underbill of be completed by the middle of In order to receive their,ranks let us continue to BOOST SCOUTtt ".
an my
acted a ten-day revival cam- about God and His plan for the discussion at the Tabernacle was, Rising spent Monday night with next week. Next Tuesday evening Life ING. j I ,.

in one of the old churches world, but rather tbat without "Seeing Double." God does not do Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Manning. Mrs. Minnie Lee Harris 64, ,1, '
pi any apparent reason folk anything that is double. "A Everyone remember church ser- Clean"
latchtz. One day the pastor many died at her home In Jacksonville "Rich and >, '1
hold fast to outmoded attitudes, double-minded man is unstable in vices at Water Oak this week than i
me In his buggy to thee Tuesday. She was the sister of milk Is more a
of S. S. Prentlss. On my ponceptlons. and knowledge of all his ways." "Be not double- end. Miss Annie Dlnkina and W. B. phrase with UH. We m

nt trip to Natchez I went God. The remedy for these fears tongued." Interest In the Taber- Dinkins of Lawtey. invite the public to \. ;i
and mlsintrepretatlons. said Mr. nacle services is Increasing In BROOKERBy l '
to the grave. Prentice who drive out to our :t:
born In New England In the Robinson, was the Intimate and spite of the Inclement weather Mrs. L. L. Parker Dairy (3 miles S'{.." (

part of the last century, personal fellowship that comes and the wave of sickness that has on Road 13) and In'f

|r completing his education in with having the God and Fatherof visited some of the regular at- Tea Shower Boy ScoutsThe spect our plant. 'j a'a'j

lew England university, came Jesus as our constant guide tendants. :Mrs. G. B. Colson and Mrs. Leo j,

Natchez as an Instructor for counselor and companion. Assist- Watch the paper for announce- H. McKinnon were hostesses to a i

[children of a very rich plant- ing In the service was Mrs. F H. ment of special services. Some large number last, Friday after regular weekly meeting of

At a big social gathering Long at the organ and Mrs. E. excellent Bible I teachers and noon at the Colson home. the Boy Scout of America Troop I. ,

itlsa took his first drink. K. Perryman at the piano, render- speakers are expected to be here The event was a tea-shower 70 was held Tuesday night in the "'I

skey gripped him. He died anature ing organ and piano duets and within the next two months. You honoring Mrs. J. W. Thomas, a Chinch School rooms of the First I'o

death wrecked by playing for the congregational will not want to miss these services recent bride, who before her marriage Methodist Church under the direction

ng drink. Prentiss was one singing. Responses were sung by was Miss Evelyn Crosby. of the' Scoutmaster, the : I''
the most brilliant and gifted members of the choir. The guests were ushered Into Rev. Frank Robinson The meetIng

ors this nation ever produc- I The evening service was con- Presbyterian Church the living room where the lovely was opened with the members ;
".Aa a boy I used to hear the ducted by the pastor, assisted by array of gifts was displayed. The of the Troop standing at attention -. ATHEWS'S&c
men talk about Prentlss theiryer Mrs. Perryman at the organ and Activities ReviewedWorship bride and the hostesses were In and saluting the flag, giving :

Munsey the great South- by the Young People's Choir. Congregational the receiving line to welcome at the same time the Pledge of MODEL .. h.
preacher and Beecher the singing was a major at the Presbyterian their friends. Allegiance; the Scout Oath and ,

at Northern preacher. Ora- part of the service of worship.The Church was conducted Sunday Delicious refreshments were Laws was then repeated. A short ..
had an important place In Rev. Dr. J. H. Daniel, Dis- morning by the pastor at the served in the dining room, where talk by the Scoutmaster was given DAIRY ,t !

nation when I.was a boy. The trict Superintendent of the Jack- usual hour. The subject for the Mrs. Purvis Hazen served. In which he impressed upon I '9SEYtt."

at orator will always wield a sonville District delivered a force- morning (and the sermon) was A profusion of beautiful white the boys the necessity of making ISTARKE FLORIDA ,, I
at Influence either for good or ful sermon. Mrs. Daniel accom- taken from the story of the Rich gladioli, narcissi and greenery Scouting a vital program in their f

All gifts come, from God.Is panied her husband to Starke. Young Ruler, "When Life Is Too Walt used In decorating the rooms. every day lives, and not merely I ONE QUART LIQUID SEALED BB 48 .! 1 1.J
a tragedy and a disgrace for Immediately following the ser Much With Us." In the absenceof The dining table was beautifullylaid an organization< meeting weekly. I v y '

1 man to use the gift of speech .vice of worship the Third Quarterly Mrs. E. M. Davis Miss Alice with white tapers in Immediately following the taking 1

the gift of music or any other Conference was held. At this Fernandez played the organ. The candelabra, entwined with fern, jo
Ine gift selfishly and In pro- time reports from the various officials church was beautifully'decoratedwith shedding a soft glow over the
ting the devil's work. of the Church, the Church narcissi l due to the efforts of scene. The punch bowl was sur-

School the Young People's Division Mrs. John Uglow who Is In chargeof rounded by delicacies.The ;

.t Baton Rouge, Louisiana, I the pastor and other officials the flowers. guest list for this delightful .
the pleasure of going through were heard. The reports Junior Christian Endeavor met occasion Included Mrs. J. W.

capitol which was built under indicated that the condition of In the afternoon with B. C. Holtz- Thomas the honoree, Mrs. C. A.

administration of that bril- 'the Church both in a spiritual endorf In charge in the absence of Crosby, mother of the bride Mrs.

|nt genius Governor Huey Long.Is way and in a financial manner the president The program/ con- Russell Norman Mrs. J, A. Douglas 1e
one of the most magnificent ''Is in excellent shape. The workof sisted of a contest In locating Mrs Fred Hazen, Mrs. L. L. %

[tidings It has ever been my the various boards, committees!:, Scripture passages. All juniors Parker Mrs. J. Legg, Mrs. Harmon 7

ivilege to see, though I haven and officials of the Church were who do not attend any junior C. Morgan Mrs. Luther Harrell,

through many buildings not I highly praised by Dr. Daniel. E. are cordially Invited to come Mrs. Leland Brown, Mrs. Otis !

ly In all parts of America, but On Monday morning the actual to the Presbyterian Church Sun- Barry, Mrs. Robert Hargrave,

many foreign lands. I stood work of redecorating the Interiorof day afternoon at four o'clock. Mrs. Floyd Barry, Mrs. Sorchle I

the tomb of Huey Long, who the Church was begun. The The Sigma Chi met In the Baird Mrs. Tom Markey, Mrs.

eps near the capitol. I thoughthim inside will be thoroughly reconditioned church at six o'clock. Miss Jean Mann Hazen. Miss Loubedia Pin-

aa a man of dynamic per and floors, walls and Gelling Davis called the meeting to order. holster, Mrs. G. E. McGauley,

nality or marvelous intellect, will be repaired and repainted. The program was centered around Mrs. Paul Stewart. Mrs Cleone v "

d of daring spirit. Whether we This work Is a result of the efforts discussion' of a young person's Hazen Mrs. Mildred Harrell. Mrs.
mire him or not. he did a great .of the members of the philosophy of life. Young people Beulah Harrell, Mrs. C. J. Crews V

al for the. material development Woman's Society for Christian who do any thinking at all will Mrs. Eugene Long, Mrs. Purvis Te :
Mrs. G. H. Parker Mrs. :
Louisiana. In modern times, Service under the leadership of find their childhood philosophy of Hazen.
in the old days, unregenerated the President Mrs. W. E. Middle- life becomes Inadequate as they George flaxen Mrs. Ralph Hazen "
m think of progress In the ton. The work Is under the sup- grow older. It takes much Mrs. Emery Hazen Mrs. Florence

IlI8 of material development. ervision of a committee composedof thought and an enlargement of Vamadoe Mrs. Charles Hardee, '
Mrs. R. P. Lewis Mrs. O J. Mott, 01e-t" ((1
[The only values that are worth Mrs. L. A. Davis, Chairman one'a outlook to grow from one's
pile are spiritual values. Some Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. L. D. childhood outlook on life to the I Mrs. L. R. Gainey, Miss Mary : P l
Mrs H P. Mrs.
y the capitol in Baton Rouge Vlnlng. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, mature conception of living that Mott, Gainey. ,.
Minnie Rhimes and Mrs. Nora .
national capitol In Washing- Mrs. O. L. Haynes, and Mrs. Jesus had. The person who does r 1 ,.'
the skyscrapers In New York, frank Robinson Co-chairman of not grow finds himself with littlein Sapp.L. ? ,

magnificent buildings In Lon- the project Is Mr*. O L. Haynes, common with the essence of A. Colxon of Fort White Is :
Paris, Berlin and the other birs. E. K. Perryman Is In charge! the gospel message ax it Is foundin visiting his brother C. B. Colson. 111
|les of the world will be heaps of repairing pulpit and reupholstering -' the New Testament.The Mrs. Ira Pinholster spent last I

rubbish. But the soul of manes the pulpit chair. young people had their week-end with Mrs. Mana Wiggins :

[ on. No wonder'Jesus said, Services next Sunday will be evening tea In the Manse. at New River P.

'hat shall it profit a man If he conducted by the pastor In the Friday afternoon of last week Truby Pinholster Is attendingthe i

'In the whole world and lose main auditorium of the Church at the Junior C. E., had a hot-dog Southern Baptist Convention ij

own soul?" the usual hours of 11 A. M. and casting on the premises of Robert In Lakeland this week. I

.-.p.-- ,-- 7:30: P. M.. A cordial invitationIs Clark's farm. The afternoon was Mrs. Ira Pinholster Is remodeling I- 1R'I .3r
----r extended everyone to attend pleasantly spent on a Hare and the home she bought here, ad- I 3,',.
these services of worship. Hound chase in which the hounds ding French doors and a new ',
Announcement is being made of never did find the Hares. The coat of paint. I IiJ:

the appearance on' Friday evening young people had an enjoyabletime. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sturatt are I ,,r rw .
February 9th at 8 o'clock In the The picnic ended with the building a new home near the I

evening of the Florida Glee Club. roasting of dogs over an open Baptist church. Mrs. G. B. 1

i The Co-Ed Class, of which Elmo fire. son has bought the house cOI-1
Struth Is President and Mrs. D. Sturatt built about a year ago.Mr.

P. Carpenter Teacher, Is sponsorIng VANDERBILTBy : and Mrs. P. A. Crosby N'MU '
this presentation. The con- last week In Yukon with I"
Mlsa Velma Norman relatlvel.I
cert will be held In the Woman's Mr. and Mrs. H. M. t.
Club and the public is invited to Jacksonville were wee k end \
B. Y. P. U. Social
attend. guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. P.
Members of the Water Oak B.
ENGRAVINGTHE meeting services are Gainey.Dr. 'f
Prayer Wednesday evening Y, P. U. and a few of their Millions drink Coca-Cola everyday
conducted each and Mrs. Crow of Gainesville
friends met at the home of Mr.
FINEST THAT from 7:30: to 8 o'clock. were the guests of Mr, and
and Mrs. H. L. Norman last Sat. for its delicious taste. And J
MONEY CAN BUY Mrs. R. T, Hargrave Monday aft
urday night for the usual social
MissionIall held each, quarter. The young ernoon.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kelly were millions, too, enjoy the happy
VISITING CARDS And Tabernacle folks played games outside While ",
visiting In Trenton Sunday.

the indoors.older ones After enjoyed a few themselves hours of Mr. and MI'!!. H. P. Gainey attended after-sense of complete refreshment / /

WEDDINGINVITATIONS The little booklet, "Rightly DI- served hot church at Shady Grove
fun the guests were
vining the Word of Truth" by dogs, pickles, and bread and then Sunday. that Coca-Cola always brings. Get
Dr. C. I. Schofield Is providingthe homes Mrs. Sullivan W. P. A. Cafe-
returned to their expreesing
of some Interesting teria supervisor was visiting In
basis I I
BIRTH themselves as having had a
Coca-Cola and the feel of
studies at the regular nice time. our school Monday a get
meeting at the
night Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman Circuit at School "
The study last refreshment. '
second chapter. This were shopping In Jacksonville last On Monday morning a small
circus visited the school.A .
dis Saturday. traveling
of the seven
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS is a periods of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and number of small animals Including -

pensations.of varying These are length during family attended church services at a money that did tricks I THE PAUSE THAT REFRE

time that he Evergreen Sunday morning. white rats, a fox a carrier pigeon,i
Bradford which God proves to man BOTTUD UNDER AUTHORITY Ot THE COCA-COLA CO.BY
County of rule Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons rabbits guinea pigs, etc., were
i Telegraph will fall does under not have any system God in it. Bobby and Jerry, were visiting exhibited, and furnished amusement -i I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

L i that The world flatters Itself that It ){nt. Eugene Ellis and family of for the children for an hour

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i victim's money had also "gone with the 1' Amateur Hour Sponsoring DanceThe

The Bradford County Telegraph wind." : THE POCKETBOOK To Be Presented I Independent Sa Ae,1 I

Eatabllshed: 1871 It is impossible to say just what form A special invitation Is extendedto Team la sponsoring a danto 1

the gypping rackets will take this winter, KNOWLEDGE Tp PS everyone who wishes to participate I as the part Legion of its Home effort to raise< >
Published. Weekly> on Fridays and Entered M Second h!
since these people are naturally sharpwitted In the "Amateur Hour" to meet equipment

Chugs Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla. and are always thinking up some new IMpROVPMEArf) /IlIAN> /. JOB- to be held at the Woman's Clubon mission Is, 2 -centa. expenses

scheme to separate an honest man from his MOM TO*"* iGLJ MNTtcrroa ON l::6B FTMMTlll AUTO- January the 25th at seven-

MEMBER money. But it is safe to say that when they MOallf cn/tMeuT COMMNVTHt,tfooto 5 ye*'" thirty P. M. The program Is be-, THE!

Y pw Riw\PRESS ASSOCIN>Otl do come to your door they will have such A.O........MA..*. "NceOUC'Wo"TOT"/ """. ing sponsored by the young peo- WORKWOMAN'SFRIENIi
">, "honest faces" and their "sales talk" will .T -- ple of the Presbyterian Church. !,j \Vo Sell You What Yon I
3eturct4i 34nrf Anyone who can play an Instru Need At A Price Cul
sound plausible that will not
so you
E. L. Matthew -,- Editor and Owner ment or can sing even the least Afford To Pay
"' you are being "gypped" until they are gone little bit is eligible for the con

SUBSCRIPTION. RATE -and your money with them. test which will be presented. Any- 9 J STARSTORE
one who has a piece or a dia-
Yearly, $1.50; SU Months 75c-Payable Advance The only safe procedure to follow is to logue, he would like to speak I ;

Advertlalng Rates on Application look with skepticism upon all strangers who may also enter. Any other type)

. of entertainment will be -
I -
call at your door with any proposition con

Suggestions Are Welcome In Effort cerning the expenditure of money on your rATENTO! ,0TC,411. ,'t miSCAAICOLON winners Prizes of will the be contests.given lIgible'l) OLD FURNITURE MAtol
Device!* .AV!!
To Solve Sewing Room Problem part--or indeed, any requests concerning AMERICAN"" "" 01t161.0' w one will have the fun of exhibit LIKE Af

I' A matter of grave concern confronts money in any way. HOUfFVJIFtHOUItt 60000.000 OINCleNT_ .117 lor 511nr.e ing his talent whether he gets a''
the Board of County Commissioners at this It is unfortunate that this hardboiled DAy yM3 to 7NfMt soa prize or not.Everyone 1 I

time in regard to the further sponsorship of wholesale Qvnr-rol attitude be
must adopted on a
Just judges will sit In the chair I

W. P. A. sewing room projects in this scale, for doubtless there will be some deserving I v + ..7f.r'y. I t ot.....M made famous by Major Bowles. i 1'ork.1T.
.. One of the most just and honor-
county.Under : callers at your home. But in the 71.- FRFIERU
the Emergency Relief Appropri I able citizens of Starke will act as .
light of past experience, and in the interestof ** the >s
ation Act of 1939 of sewing rooms PLEA I
sponsors self-protection, we would do well to remember Persons wishing to register In FURNITURE HOSPITAL
required to bear twenty-five percent of usrI +
i' are the old-timer's warning to "Believe 1 +u the Amateur Hour will give their
. '-: the entire expense-which would make the every stranger dishonest until he proves I I Lw,, sI names and the thing they wish to

I projects cost this county around $900 per himself honest. I do to one of the following: Mrs. LAFFITOFFThm
H. H Young at the Library, Mr.
t( month where they have been costing onlyan
1 O
Chas. H. Allen at the Presbyterian -
average of $127. Students' Study of Industries Manse, Miss Jean Davis (PresIdent -
Coming at a time when their annual of. the Sigma Chi), Richard
Should Profit EveryoneThe IW00Ay* MBTAt u .tAcrc CAN MOW QtIN.S WORD
budget (which must be rigidly adhered to) Bt 'IWISM ". Telegraph's plant was given the THAM TUCy rOKMCRLV COULO Flu "AYSTMC / Mathews.A .
has been adopted the Commissioners NCtU LACQUER* US( A PRODUCT K Margie
already "once-over" last week by a group of high owe* uiAiTro. carrottinrrnt 'AIoJ6UA"I good program will be. guar
wondering how the project is to be
are school students engaged in familiarizing I anteed to any public who buy
financed, and a mass meeting has been called themselves with local industries and the tickets from the young people.
for Tuesday night, January 23, to be held FLA. STATE FARM Well-Known Farmer This program Is being put on for
who them. The
people run young I the benefit of the
By Miss Knza WeaverA Presbyterian
in the courthouse at 7:30 o'clock. !
seemed to enjoy their visit, and it was a Died This Young Peoples Conference fund.
Leading citizens of all county communities small group of worshippers
pleasure for us to give them a fleeting I Berry Newsom, 55. for
have been asked to attend the meeting gathered. last Sunday for services
Lloyd Archibald: Green ..
glimpse into, the mysteries of country news the past 26 years a resident of
J in the hope that some suggestion will be at the Log Cabin Shrine. The '"
: paper publication. Bradford County and well known Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green are ""
how this increased de Shrine Is the portion of the Com-
forthcoming as to Other businesses and industries around here, died at his home near announcing the arrival of a son, I cop i. moro .'*
mand for sewing room expenses might be munity House' used for religious Starke Thursday morning of last born Monday, January 15, at their andn'l. back.. \
,: met. town were visited, and judging from itemsin purposes. In addition to the home on North Walnut Street. Sat Lo lit Of/ ,
week after a lengthy uncur-
:: our newspaper exchanges such "surveys"are weekly Sunday School, of which He has been named Lloyd Archi- a SMILE do.t crack
The monthly payroll of almost $2,500 able Illness.
"No lot
bald. Mrs. for ltl
Green prior to her t.
held from time to time in progressiveschools a. H. Cox is Superintendent< fre-
} has greatly aided many needy women in ci'ient Worship Services of an InterChurch Funeral services were held at marriage was Miss Inez Abernathy no lose for...."
throughout the state. the graveside In Kingsley Lake Ho cards
this and the continuance of the
: county sew character are plannedand
public UaJtiltrr.HARDLDC.WALl.
ing room project is of vital interest to them Knowing our local business men as we conducted at the Shrine for Cemetery Friday afternoon Jan- I
12, at 3:30: o'clock with the
do have doubt that the employees and residents of the uary New House Going{ UpF.
,\ and their friends. It is hoped that there we no Rev. Elbert Bowers officiating. I
will be a good attendance at next Tuesday's students were'received in the spirit of warm State Farm.It I Interment In the cemetery followed E. Prince of Miami Is erect-
;. cordiality and helpful cooperation. The is announced that the total the services. Pallbearers wereA. ing a one story.five-room house on-
that ex-
, : meeting and some solution to this amount forwarded to the American
1 O. Andreu A. J. Thomas, K. Weller Street between Washington P '
/ troublesome problem will be uncovered. perience should prove to be mutually bene- Committee for Refugees was G. Duncan. W. A. Bessant Jr., Avenue and Eighth Street. Work GENERAL I vou HAe. INSUR

.' -O- ficial to students and businessmen alike for 2909. A letter of appreciationand C. A. Knight and Lloyd Green. was begun by contractor Ben F. PLEASE PHE
Who Deserves the Title anything that promotes better understand. thanks has been received from Mr. Newsom was born In Bainbridge Hall January., and It is expectedto
the Committee, with offices at
Go., January 26. 1883, and be completed before March 1.
Of Happiest Man in The World? ing between present and future generationsis 287 Fourth Avenue, New York when 'only a small boy_ moved

J' In spite of the great preponderance of certain to be worthwhile. commending the contributors for 'with his parents to Madison, Fla? In"'IIIIn"IIII"'II'I"' ,' 1'InMIIplanfnnIIIINIaI4YAIAiAMNAX/1nIMIINIMIIIII11111111IINl"" "' '' '' ''' '''' '''''''',,,lrll,,itiiitHiiuuiiiuiiuiiiitiuuitiiiiiniyiiniiiiiiHiutiiitiiiii" "' '' ''' ''' ''''''''''iiiNiiiniiiHiiiiiiiuiiiiHiluif''' '''' ''' I

r''f; ;: evidence to the contrary, many people still O their Shrine"gracious'contributed'benevolence.$13. Z of" ,The the I and later,,the '. family lived In f'
:. Those Who Worry Over Budget Suwannee County ,He was married 5 LEGION' HALL/
believe that a rich i person is a happy person. total. Stanford AMERICAN
|n 1901 to Eunice
'J/ We have no doubt that some rich people Might Make Better Use of their Time Sunday School will be held at who survives him. He moved to( i' Every Saturday From 2 To 5 P. M. -

It dwell in'a blissful bed of roses, but the fact The National budget, as presented by the regular time 9:45: a. m., next Bradford\ County in 1914 and for a-, Ballet, Tap.,. Acrobatic Ballroom

:: that the is President Roosevelt to Congress last week, Sunday, and 'all families at the I I several years was farm foreman , NORMA, ALLSOP InstructorCANDIDATES, .
dollar mark not ,
always a one Farm are requested to assist the I of the Penney and Bell farms I uma inIM _'A'IIMItlMIAIIAIUWIIIInlpl/IIIMIInIAIItlINIItlIY01111A1III1' !" '/ "' '11AIhA1AInIIXII11aIIIIItlIIIIIIIV/MI'''''' ''''''' '''' 'NIMIAYMl1'MIIUMIIIIIn4111MIgIIItlI1XInNIMMIII"' '''' '

i f I" way ticket to happiness is clearly demonstrated calls for total expenditures of $8,424,000,000a staff ,,of teachers and officers by: near Green Cove Springs. I

ii f by the large number of wealthy decrease of $675 000,000 under previous bringing the children to the meeting A good farmer by educationand

suicides we read about so frequently in the expenditures. occupation, Mr. Newsom operated -

daily newspapers. It goes without saying 'Notable cuts were: A total of $500,000- The monthly program meetingof a farm in this county up !
the Woman's Club will be held until the time of his last illness,
that a happy person is not the one who decides 000 chopped from the work relief program ; next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30: always successfully.

'\ : to leave this world by his own hand, $400,000,000 from the agricultural program ; o'clock.A program of entertainment Besides his widow, Mr. Newsomis

I I I'; "' and the fact that many wealthy people resort and $300,000,000 from public works and in Program will Committee be presented of by which the survived by two daughter8'1'' 4

I t to suicide proves beyond a doubt that vestments. Largest increases were: National Mrs. M. P. Stubbing is chairman.All Mrs. Eula Mae McRae ONLY

: ;: their riches must be a burden to them inft' defense raised $300,000,000, and social women are cordially Invited to' Lois Newsom, and by two sons : .
))11. Jessie and Newsom. He Is Id
be present. I Perry ,
instances. security payments raised $100,000,000.In _
")ft' many survived also by a later, Mrs. i .. 3
,+:: ; Indeed, there is a little paragraph! now presenting his budget,.the President December List Minnie Rye. All are of Starke.

. fJ))9 going the rounds of our exchanges which replied to critics who prate long and loud I Two brothers, Oscar Newsom of
Of Subscribers Jacksonville and Gene Newsom
, t' stoutly maintains that the happiest man is about the "national debt" and "balancing of Ocala, also survive.Mr. MONTHSTO

i not the monied] "play-boy," but the "family" the budget." lie accused them of "conscious Those' renewing their subscriptions ,I Newsom was a member of

f man of moderate means just like the or Unconscious deception" and insisted that to the Telegraph during December the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, GO!

neighbors you know and are pleased to call they should point out that ,of the present were: and DeWItt C. Jones had charge J1 ,
L. '
J. Anderson Mrs. W. H. |lof all arrangements.
;f' your friends. Here is what it says: debt of some $42,000,000,000 only a little Perkins V. L. Starling. N. D.:I

"The happiest man in the world is the more than $19,000,000,000 was incurred Walnwrlght. Jr., Paul Raymond.i I!II John D. Russell
since he submitted his first budget. Againstthis C. ,B. Cannon, Mrs. E. L. Cox W.
common, everyday chap who makes his own T. Holtzendorf I Buried NOWIa
Dr. W. B. Parks,i At Crosby ANNOUNCE !
:1' : living, pays his bills, has a little money as deficit, he added should be set $7,000- W. M. Sapp. T. J. Alderman, J.

I : ; he goes along, but doesn't strive to get a 000,000 in gold held by the treasury, billions H. Fields", Mrs. Sarah Coburn, Johl'D., Russell, 43-year-old

corner on the local output, and is a slave of dollars of "durable tangible assets" ac- Mrs. Annie E. Ward F. O. Peterson Bradford County farmer, died on REMEMBER: EVERYTHING COMES T G
R. L. Batten Mrs. D J, Morris January 3 in a Veteran's Hospital HIM WHO WAITS EXCEPT VOTES! IF
quired by the government, and $14,000,000-
neither to 'ambition He loves
nor society. .
Eugene Grlffls. Mrs. J. C. Alvarez
I i at Oteen. N. C. He had been 111 YOU WAIT NOW, YOU'LL STILL BE WAIT=
his God and his followmen, thinks 'there is 000 which went into recoverable loans. Mrs. F. H. Long. Rayonler for ING ON THE EIGHTH
several months. A native of OF MAY. ,
no place like home,' the haven of rest, prefers "PEOPLE WHO NEVER DREAM OF Inc., Mrs. M. E.' Murrhee R. B.I j
Alvarez. Marjorle Stump, T. D. Florida he was born at DeLeon
the! company of his family to that of ASSESSING T II E I R. 0 W N POSITION Rickenbaker, J. II. Saxon! Mrs. Springs and had lived here continuously LET THE VOTERS KNOW' YOUR INTENTIONS.

.5 anyone else, never has to, sit up nights to SOLELY IN TERMS OF THEIR LIABILI- Glen Duke, Irvin Dyal Mrs. W. H. for the past five years. ANNOUNCE FORMALLY AND DEFINITELY

poultice his conscience, believes in the doctrine TIES DO SO CONTINUALLY IN DISCUSSING Gunter I. H. Hazen J. G. God- He had previously" lived here at IN YOUR COUNTY NEWSPAPER .
win, J. H. Manning. Mrs. G. W.
of live and let live, and when he en TilE GOVERNMENT'S POSITION," different Intervals.
i Hinson. Mrs. J. W. Moore. Mrs.
'.1" counters one of the needy, he,doesn't stutter the President asserted. "When the increasein B. C. Holtzendorf R. A. Green, The body was brought here for

with his pocketbook. The plain man is happy the national debt is viewed against the O. R. Prevatt, Mrs J. W. White, I burial and funeral services were 1940 PRICE SCALEALL

z / to be satisfied and does not spend the best background of what was accomplished by the Mrs. E. M. Thomas. W L. Brown I I held In the DeWItt C. Jones
Mrs. Mary Dicks. A. A. Hazen, J.| Chapel on January 5, with the STATE OFFICES .ONGRKSSIONAL. CIRCUIT
:l of his life yearning for things four sizes too growth of useful physical assets and of effec- H. Rolling, o. C. Kelly Mrs S. Rev. W. H. K. Pendleton of St. JUDGES STATE SENATOR. AND REPRESENTATIVE -

large for him." tive national earning power, and by the F. Morgan. A. O. Jenkins, M. Marks Episcopal Church officiat ALL COUNTY "COURT' HOUSE"

[ ,Do you agree? And aren't you just a strengthening of the Nation's credit and Morrow. Merrill McMillan, Mrs.l, ing. Interment was In Crosby OFFICES '
J. P. Sullivan. M. F. Lake Cemetery.
little surprised to learn thafYOU and YOUR morale, there is no economic ground for Prlngle.
.. E. Lee, T. J. .Andrews. Edward, The deceased Is survived by Ms $7.50 From/Now Til May 7
t: FRIENDS are the happiest people in theft anxiety, so far as the national debt is con Burns, J. B. Prevatt, P. A. Crosby widow and one son Jackie, who

If; world 1 Ifl cerned, as to the Nation's future." Mrs. Warren Perkins Joe H. live on their farm about two COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. SCHOOL BOARD

: -O- It ,seems to us. that Mr. Average :Manis Wilkins. E. R. PoppelL miles north of. Starke. MEMBERS, SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION,

fl We Approach the Season getting a little out beyond his depth when Drivers Licenses BOND TRUSTEES: ETC.:_
I To Make Rounds
. Of "Gyp Artists" and Confidence Men he takes it upon himself to worry about the 85.00 From Now
It was just about this time last year "national debt." As long as we are per The sale of drivers licenses In I Tax' Assessor 3. W. Hayes said Til May 7

that Bradford visited mitted to the freedom I Bradford now totals 2716. Coun'yesterday that he will make his
County was by some enjoy advantages and ty Judge E. K. Perryman an- annual county rounds the latter

silver-tongued rogues who made away with of living in the greatest country on earth, nounced yesterday. Of this number part of February probably Feb-
, I several hundred dollars, leaving nothing behind with only a reasonable amount of taxation,I 79 are the $1 chaffeurs license ruary 19 to February 23 to re- TheMe Prices Buxed on 50-Word LImit. Announcements
E and the other 2.637 are 50- ceive In Excess: of 50 Words WUI B, Charged A*
in return few wiser if better property own
I except a poorer, we might our time to our own cent, private licenses. ers In the county. The exact Proportionate Price
citizens. affairs than to lose
sleep over a "balanced"or dates and places will be'adver-
a. We hope the memory of that visitation "unbalanced" budget.O 'Waldo Florist DiesT. tised at an early date, he stated. No Reduction On Ads Placed At A

", is still fresh in the mind of every citizen of Later Date .
K. Godby, 82,
Bradford County so that there will be Patrick New Arrival
no Henry's last words were: "Hereis Waldo florist died Sunday morn-

recurrence of a similiar episode this winter. a book (the Bible) worth more than all Ing at the home of his daughter, Congressman and Mrs. R. A. ALL

; Last season's racketeers took a religious others ever printed ; yet it is my misfortunenever I Mrs Maude Smith. Funeral ser Green are announcing the arrivalof POLITICAL ADVERTISING

,>. turn, calling at homes here with the proposition to have found time to read it. It is vices were held Monday afternoonat a baby girl. born Sunday Jan PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
three o'clock. A prominent uary 14. In the Alachua
i of "blessing" money by praying over now too late. I trust in the horticulturist County
mercy of God. Mr. Godby plantedthe Hospital In Gainesville She has
I :, it. Needless to say, after the strangers had Why not resolve today that these will not first grape vineyard in Flor- been! named Sandra Luc lie. Mrs. Bradford County Telegraphr

departed, it ..was soon. discovered that the be your last words, too. ida and also introduced the Godby Green was Miss Lucille Harris of
sweetpotato. Gainesville prior to her marriage.

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