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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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More Week Robert Wadlow Comes To Town Sewing Rooms Berries$50,000 Had Last Brought Feb.. I Five Announce i



I At this time last year Bradford'
Get Another ThisVeek\
RegisterPrecincts -, 1 v r v County hud shipped 652,000 pintsof
I strawberries, grossing farmers

a return of around $ 2OOO. Perhaps
Lease On Life this Is ono answer to the In County RacesFormer

1A, M complaint of local merchant that
rf r + 1 I
business\, dull.
I Hooks Will Return I '-L .4 d(1u ll Work Schedule Received I I The record-breaking cold of t School Superintendent 1

[ To Courthouse Here For Projects I Ii I January this year has delayed theberry Will Try 1

After March 4th P ,1 i j Through March 21 season hero until It will be! Again For Office 1

tho middle of March, at least, before -
vr. Assurance that four sewing County politics muddled throuthl-! r.
week remains In which any volume of fruit In picked.
'ly one I room projects In Bradford County Receipts from the season thus far another dull week with only eve'

eats of this county may erie will continue in operation at ] are practically nil. formal announcements! from thos "Z

convenience of registering .n m p. n,, least a month longer clime this! who aspire to be on the "inside!
A short "''tasOIIs predicted
Mr home precincts. Supei I week with the receipt locally of with all fiult coming !In at about looking out" when the votes! are, t "

I Registration N. D Waft the "work, schedule" net up I time. counted on the night of May 7. .
of the same Although growers
through March 21, E. R. Popped, who was county '
announced yesterday. The I might gross as much money as ,'
lit superintendent! of public schools
In recent weeks, life of the project .
s which have been open 1 In was believed to have been' they do In a longer season! pick- here nearly twenty years ago, an. ,
{5, I ers and packers come out "at the \
February
districts since flounced as candidate for this
Increase In the
threatened by an
I
short end of the horn" and It Is
courthoun
be moved to the amount of money required on the local office In the spring primaries +

tarke on Monday, March 4, part of the local sponsor, the upon their prosperity that. Mr, Poppell WM born, reared ands j'

Wainwright stated. I Boat of County CommllJlioners.I I merchants freeae largely came depend.A last year on spent most of his life In Bradford n,

w voters who wish to register At a recent meeting here the com- February 23, postponing the peakof County. '1

re the books leave their pr< By 2:30: o'clock last Saturday ?-nrn ".....-.-,.t missioners announced their willingness the season until around the last Ha stated, "I need no Introduce, : :

II; may do so with the follow afternoon "main drag" Call Street to continue the amount : of March, although growers had tlon to the older citizens of the ,

supervisors: Lawtey, O. W.\ began to take on a strange ap I they had been putting up In the, already grossed a tidy sum by county having spent most of my

Irts; North Starke, Mrs- C. A. pearance. Every foot of curb .- past ($123: cash, and certain cred that time. The first car of berries life with them They know what: r

hi; South Starke,: Mra.: J. Van \ space was occupied and drivers its which brought, the sponsor'sshare was shipped from Lawteylast I have always stood for It the

; Graham C. B. Robertipton ; began to double-park. Sidewalks'' to $267.10 per month), but I on February 9.Sheriff's people honor me with this office

L. T Johns; Theresa; I that an hour/ before held only the stated that it would be impossible I year I promise the same honest faith

j. p. Dickerson; New River, normal quota of Saturday shop- .."'" iI' ,. to Increase the amount since the I ful service It has always been my

Floyd Wiggins; Brooker,' G. pers, began to fill to overflowing, : / ": .".:><.o.--...... 1939-40 budget had already been Office privilege to render to publio

olson. It is not necessary IT I forcing pedestrians Into the street iIi iiiifsome -. .-" ....'.. ,. ..-4i1t"---'I"" adopted. I trust '.. ., .

T county to re-register If you and making things tough for the Under the new governmental ,
ia "
done so in a pr< man in a hurry. to .
already are required "
eet-up sponsors :
discomfort, possibly because I Will
s i year, To one who could forget the his legs are Insufficiently 1--", ..,.,"- -. ".' q-, .'! bear 25 percent of the entire cost I Cooperate I

for county office stark of January freezes, .... !" f t of which would run II-;
reality the
.andidates developed to support his enormous ,,.. ... ., ". ..\ )j : projects :,\
one more month In which tiify this might have seemed the an- weight of 491 pounds. '' : ; '"' '" I more than $99 monthly In this No Arrests For J39 ,I/, .' .j

with the clerk of the cli swer to a merchant's prayer at Facts concerning Robert, ex- I I )&" county Tags Until March 1 ; \

court Midnight, March 22, the height of strawberry season. pounded by proud father Harold ; Plan. for raising the additional I 'r
Cotwnor's;
I ; ; Request
ie deadline for filing oath and, Certain air of expectancy how- Wadlow (a comparative midget I funds to carry on the project were ;

ing qualifying fee. I l ever, and nervous tension plainly of 5 feet 11'II Inches) At birth :II 't discussed at a muss meeting, but I Sheriff A. O. Andreu and his

''it tie more than two month showed the crowd was eagerly the 21-year-old giant was a normal' t no practical method was arrived deputies lire cooperating with

remain before the first pr awaiting some unusual phenome babe of Bay; pounds< ; at six monthshe y ut. Consequently, the county Governor Cone's request of February -

y on May 7. Second prlmar weighed 30 pounds, showed 1 commissioner authorized sewing 15 that nil Florida law enforcement
be held on May 28. non.By 3:30: o'clock Call Street was signs of abnormal growth; at 13 I: room officials to see what couldbe officials wait until)

ayment of poll taxes Is not Jammed from curbstone to curbstone months he weighed 62 pounds;; at done with the same! amount of March 1 before making arrests ..

saury in order to be quallfle I with solid masH of mixed nine yearn he weighed 180 poundsand money for failure of motor vehicle opera

voting. I humanity. Into this tangle of measured six feet, one inch Nothing has been heard from, tore to display 1940 license plates, hi

flesh and blood nosed, inch; byinChr.a tally Doctors believe he will con- headquarters since the project It was announced Monday i

ire Endangeredg seven-passenger Plymouth Unu .;to grow until he reaches a was resubmitted except for the Governor Cone made the request -iI I '

sedaJf.J'tJpplng; : in front of stratospheric total of ten feet. He new work schedule which arrived slating that the recent dls-j \ "

| Oil Tanks Ster"nberg's Store, the door opened finished high school and startedto here Monday There has been no I asterous freeze had caused many,I I'.

and out stepped 8-foot-9'i-lnch college; quit because of added I reduction yet In the seventyoddwomen fruit growers and farmers' to be 4 fin;

e city fire department was Robert Wadlow-tallest man In expenses resulting from his over- at present employed in hard hit financially. The Gover- I :k ':

ed out early Friday afternoon the worM! the, county's four sewing looms.p nor hud previously made all of ,. 1F
'
taut week to extinguish a small I The crowd gasped, 'children size.Robert's shoes are slie 37AA p, th extensions allowed by law,i I :.-

f blaze at the house on Sout B. laughed, an Robert walked laboriously and weigh 4Va pounds each. Theyare Rally To DedicateLawtey first to February 1 and, then until'i i::. It.1'opprll ::
J. ;
ter Street occupied by
from the car, clumsily made by the Peters Shoe Co., February 15. : "
lisle, The fire Is believed toe truck that had with Sternberg's PlatformThe "1 have been directly associated ;:)\'
mounted an open who, In conjunction Tax Collector (' A Knight, iicharge !I
started when an Inside fire previously been parked along the ,I I Store, local representatives, II of tug sales., in the county, with the public schools In Floridator i'
ce, boarded up and a stove first county political ra11'of ; I 40 Mr, .t,..
I'op- :
the ,
than
cuiblng. It was better a made his visit here possible. said that Thursday, February IS: I past years
.
netted to the chimney insteac, small I the current campaign year wll pell continued "Hy way of quail i '*I'I"
Roman holiday-It wus a !
Robert
Picture at top shows Around 150 lieenHOH -
was a big day
iRht!; fire and sent up sparks I part of Barnum Bailey and Ring- walking from, car to truck. He 1 be combined with market dedl! were sold he mild, becausi :I I fie at Ions, I might: my that after ;t'!!,
ich landed on the shingle roo: cation ceremony Tuesday night.! schools In this >' ,' f
to main finishing public
ling firos., ought right cane for support, better view Lower picture''I i another eaten,
la I leaning on a a 8 no one expected '
ie damage was slight February 27, beginning at 0'-1 attended normal 1 W .
( I private ,
street! and even while not standing erect, shows Bradford Countlan teaching wcalht'iI slon of the deadline. After thGovernor's county
It the
The! truck made a second run clock In Lawtey. school, and later spent three yearn tI,! .
offered I
For more than an hour Robert towers above the crowd like somefigure for dollar bill which was /announcement became
same day when broomaag I permits candidates are requested In teachers' normal school speolal- :
a "
fantastic movie. to who could bringit .
from a anyone known sales promptly dropped+
the truck, autographed pic- ; In the
eat on to speak and everyone I r '
the Standard Oil In teaching. Not being :
near prop microphone -j Center. picture shows portion of down from the top of Robert's] while off again, he added. Izlng
tures, spoke through a Is Invited to listen {
y In the northern part of tow is]I county Butlnfled with this preparation, I p.
stood twice-though it the crowd that lined the buildings head. Figure in' foreground platform, So far, 1,038 tags have bee
loading
e too close to the ,big 011 up | j the new Lawtey spent four years in the University 1.1
evident the latter caused along Call Street In order to get I daddy Wadlow. I this week, Is dedlIcated. bought In Bradford County, the !
Its for comfort especial!; was ), Just completed 1 1I of Florida specializing In administration '

ce one of the tanks had been: I collector stated 740 of these an" budgeting and financing I\ "

king and the ground around Narrow Escape School Play Glee Club and Band I Fuller Warren, J a cksonvllh+ '' passenger car tags truck, and and the tralleitags. re:,, !all. of which I feel _. eminently, './'
292
was saturated with gasoline.en lawyer and candidate for governor malnlng are qualifies me to Administer the ,',
armed with brush kept the For Berry BuyerW. At Brooker Soon Give Concert Tonigh"! will be the principal speaker; I problems arising In the office of :t ;

It was announced I Motor vehicle license tag money; :1 of schools." .,
of the evening
[e somewhat under contrc Margaret," describes Musical event of the 1939-4: ] county superintendent .
lie others stood guard to pre O. Hodges, well-known Plan "Marrying actec school term will take place In the, In case of bad weather, the Law- collected so far Is already belni Other formal announcements of 1 [, i
will be
nt sparks from falling on thlinesoaked City strawberry buyer who also as a hilarious farce, B. H. S. auditorium tonight (Friday -, tey junior high school audltorlun distributed to the various county the week were: H

ground.emonstration works the deal here every season, by members of "the Ninth Grade ) when Glee Clubs and Ban I will be the scene of activities. school systems. Attaches of the S K. Sparks, proprietor of the \, s

narrowly escaped death from an of the Brooker Junior-High Schoo combine talents to present a prc The new platform has cost more Bradford County School Board City Berber Shop and present I, :, '

accidental rifle shot in Lakeland Friday night March 1, under the gram designed for variety In ap-, than fl.OOO, and was constructed offices said for$6,863.33 paying teachers was received and r (Continued on page eight) t4 1 I'

direction of Mrs. Sorchle M peal. largely through the Interest and Saturday
i School MondayThe Sunday. According to a story liTuesday's Kalrd It will be presented ai Initiative of Lawtey shippers and transportation expenlle.r h Doesn't Want j f fI,
In addition to numbers by the '
Plant
Issue of the City money actually will go to repay I
The site donated -
audi was
In the school business men.
o'clock
7:30 '
and the Band, solo
Glee> Clubs'
Home Demonstration De Courier. Mr. Hodges and hU wlf+< money previously borrowed for His Pension Yet ;
torium. ..j the City of Lawtey gave '
and numbers by special group I
through Lakelanc these under the law If (
driving purposes
rtment were
of The Florida Extena $100, and the Board of County '
from a 32-20 rifle The large cast Includes the following will be featured Among the which authorizes the schools to .J' 1 "<
when a slug
Service will conduct
a can has already contributed -
Commissioners ( ,
students: Robert Margrave will be the Junior-High Glee Glut,
struck the windshield! of their car borrow up to 80 percent of their .
'
g T demonstration Monday, Feb $250 In cash and has { .
the Lovey Ward. Doris Mott,, the Accordion Ensemble, and thGirl's I to ]
allotments. It Is
off shattering necessary
ary 26, at 2:00 in the and glanced be
: p. m. Geneva Parrish, Martha Markey,, Chorus. Around 1M 0 pledged $250 more to paid In this because 1 I
tool cafeteria of the Bradford glass Green, Dot I from the 1940-41 budget. The remainder borrow money county I
Louise Crosby, Wilson students will take part on the in
July
unty High School. All womet [ Mr. Hodges stated that the Lucile of the money and muchof many schools open
Parrish, Eva Fay Gainey, program.The and the allotments do not begin
'erested In canning are cordially Lakeland police said someone was Austin I the labor were contributed by '
Hinton, Everett Padgett, Glee Clubs will be undeithe j
until October
Ited to attend. shooting at some boys and shot Alvin citizens of Lawtey and the Immediate -
demons.
Kelly Willa Mae of Mrs Mable Wall, 11"1 11"1j
direction
them received this week
Miss four times! without hitting vicinity. The building The money
Farm and
Madge
Whigham. John Hargrave, ,
Howard, band under the direction of
curlty Home Supervisor, will: One of the bullets struck a negro Douglas. I the begun 3 months ago, and made of In part of $1,007,949 dltttilbuted f
the I Howard I Carl Roberts They will be assisted schools on the school I r
to Florida r
eve charge of the meeting. Th"nonstratlon bystander who was carried to Is the finest materials. Is 150 feet
Thelma Lee Starling Miss Alice Fernandez;
Miss by This
last week.
work will be con- hospital. Mr. Hodges Is saving and long and 40 feet wide Is put together appropriation I
I acting as publicity chairman and Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Mrs II to 75 of a fullmonth's
acted by Mrs. Mary Wood Clark,,, the slug which hit his windshield< ill also assisting Mrs. Baird in the C. Brown will be accompanist! I largely with nuts and bolts amounts percent but ,
allotment paymentsall
ho u working in cooperation as a souvenir. lather than nails, and has a
direction. The concert will start at t 8 the state ate still 1'-
Ith the I i metal roof. over "et
Extension Service. The
rlncipHi theme' ,of' the meeting Red Cross Membership Music will be furnished by glrli- o'clock. Admission : 15 and 2! I The platform, a tribute to Law- 880,943 In arrears. 1 'N'ilj}\
Grade, Miss Phyllis cents.
"1 be Food Conservation of the Seventh tey Initiative, was found necessary -
A total of 185 members joined Hazen as piano soloist, and a I when the railroad objectedto Brief County Court r

'arbecue the Bradford County Chapter ol welcome song by two members of May Apply Now competitive trucks loading and I

A Success the American Red Cross during the Ninth Grade. otherwise using the facilities of County court convened here I

True to promise, no candidates the annual Roll Call this year, T. I Admission will be 15 and 29 For Census JobsThe I the railroad platfoim. There was Tuesday morning for a very

chairman of the cents. other than shot session with County Judge
pra Frank Landrum no other course open
allowed to speak at the anal business census! now in pro-
fish barbecue, sponsored bye drive announced yesterday. Fifty-I ct'u will be completed during the I for the people of Lawtey to con- K.: K. Perryman presiding. No:

Young Democratic Club of one members were obtained at the Nursery ProjectIn early part of March, and person*. struct a truck loading platform, cattcH ClIme to trial, however due I --J --4 L

''a'lford' County, held Thursday' State Farm and I 131 In Starke, !it sacking employment as enumerators and this. was done In a tine show to the fact that in both of the I II .'udgeIkill" 'I'!
ProspectA The platform -I canes to be tried the defendants\ ,
?ht of last week at Noon Wain'tght'a was stated In the census of population, of civic cooperation. i It
In pled guilty George Frazier, Judge A. Z. Adklns candidate
"'' has been finished plenty
place nn Lake. ArE I and housing, must
Crystal W P. A. sponsored nursery agriculture the spring strawberry colored, pled guilty and wan sentenced -i for re-election as Circuit Judr,: of j
< Deadline file of time for
s
crowd Sheet on
attended, and numer- Work in havn their applications
project will be established here deal. !t to 6 months for driving' the eighth!: Judicial Circuit, this
and vegetable
18 candidate of (lox:
got. In a lot announced with the District Supervisor .
remain before the near future, It was I whllo Intoxicated and Paul JIll I"- week Issued a statement raying '
*'k few days ..
on the side" but no formal Only a I Leu S72, Lake City Fla., by March 6Enumerators '
"' deadline on February 28 for Wednesday by Congressman Limited I Jen pled guilty to the possession I: that while he could resign and
-ehes were made. Those at- the with, will be selected Absentee Voting '
conference
worksheets under the 1940 Green, following a ''ut moonshine whiskey lie has drAw a retired: JudKe's salary the
ilng of bar- filing nasttt of grades aflel
enjoyed a supper conservation pro- W. P A. officials In Jacksonville. 11 upon the Judge t:. K. I'erryman' : not been sentenced I\S yet A ,, remainder of his life, that ho
cued agricultural 1 tourrte ol County
mullet, bake beans cole, will, accordingto they have completed II
Agent T. K. Mc- The baby nursery advise that because of u recent number of cast's were continued would:: not do do until he won 1
IW. and hot gram. County I Instruction at a training school
coffee In the
housed
I be
all farmers who were present plans decision of the Supreme Court:\ some nulle potmed. and In cverul made to do no and thl'he' i
Clane final examination. -
: urges T 'and have been given a t
Iva
Mrs
the 1939 program to file omnn'n Club. and i sentee! voting will not bo allow ,, cases bonds forfeited 1 Court bur wanted to wtI.k. for his oal.iry na
In
rce Rides To Clinic not head of the W P. A. '' 9 30 o'clock n. m. find h vuia able! to work that t
I their sheets Immediately if they Pj.rir.kle. blanks be obtained ed )In the future by Hectors who gun at' : long HM << ,
Educational Department, or a I Application may I hour R.nl" half U he I in, re-vlvcted for a six ii
I in 1010. outride l the state of Floridaat adjourned an year
Attention 1 I. being called to the eKlre! to cooperate i I by writing to the District! are
'I -ntatlve. \lit expected to con- the 'me of election. The ruling :; later term ho would ->av the needy and
rt'pre ,
address
'PPled Children's Clinic which II I Supervisor at the above 7r
U I be held In palalka on Friday, I II Farmers To Meet fer with the executive depart- I which the court handed down] taxpayer 2QOOO, and they.
Negro '
ballots stared xhould not be burdened with payIng
I
mil 8. Free transportation ment of theVoman's Club this fn Town in regard to maletl-ln! Lose To Callahan ,
Carey the two salaried when he li able
T. K. McClane the left way
that system *
'U 1 be Agent I
furnished local County final plans.
by the week to arrange basketball to do the work. "The needy and
conference of fraud In that the law; Etarke's independent ,
to
before a candidate
lerlcan of Jacksonville open
will speak
Legion Pout to all date of the nursery J G. Cary
Calluhan should not be rurdened
opening defeated
The by taxpayers
of the countyto under which this has been permitted team was
Idren colored farmers to Congress -
who desire to attend. the the Reno schoolhouse I description of services rendered I for Representative In the past! does not provide 20-19: in the Klrby-Smith .ymnutlum with such. tin additional tax- Just
j
tomobiles be held in the Second District,, '
will leave the court- and the supervisor -' from "
night February qualifications before whom the oath of the" In Jacksonville Satutdaynight to give u man a job, said Judge ;
JUlle! here at 7:3O: o'clock. Free Thursday are expected to be announced i was a visitor here Tuesday morn- Adkins.K'w jzI
nch problems will be 'j elector should be taken. I
wm be served to the child- 29. Agricultural I next week. tog

11 i while In, Palatka. dUcuaned. ,I?

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD VOUNTY TEUEGRAPH. STARKK FLORIDA FRIDAY, FKBRL.UtY: zs

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and deep cogitatln' on the prob- VANDERBILT New Cabins Built BROOKER Tax Deeds In Order 30th(OFFICIAL, A. D. REAP 1940: .

Russell Kay lem electln' a few bang-up sen- Dy Miss Velma NormanF. I Ily Mrs. L. L. Parker Lands Clerk Circuit Co, T
ators and representatives. They II I At State ParkThe On Murphy County Florida.
Knight &
I are the boys that hold the whip M. Norman and son, Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsare Attorneys for Knight plain'0'rU'.1 "
hand.Accordin'. were in Gainesville on business cabin-building program in the proud parents of a 7 If you were one of the early 'r''
TOO LATE afternoon. ; Gold Head Branch State Park, purchasers of certificates ,under
th. rules we'replayln' Monday pound and 2 ounce boy, born Feb-
TO CLASSIFY ". to near here Is progressing rapidly, 13. The Is the Murphy Law, you are quite :\ OF AI'rldl'4T
under now It'a the"AYE'S" J. V. Edwards of Brooker was ruary baby's name FOIL T,'C IltI1I; ;
I according to Tracey Baker pro- Ronald likely now In position to apply fora ((5ea.te Hill
Eugene.
And while these scientists are : In the legislature and visiting here Saturday. I ject superintendent. The CCC Is tax deed to the property on NOTICE IS liElt4ky: \
Mrs
that I We are sory to report that That H. A.
not the "I'S" on the stump A large number of folks from Bishop holder
all humped over their test tubes doing the work. To date one which you bought certificates. Certificate No. 418, '
J, W. Lewis Is 111 her i
they might try and see If they really count, and you better be this section went to Starke to see' cabin has been completed, four very at After obtaining a tax deed from day of. July A, D iMAu i 'a ju''d h'II'
what It Is that darn sure what kind of "Aye's"the Robert Wadlow, the "tall man", home near here. entitled dispose ; same 'In my offlt'"I h ,'
y con discover other are nearing completion and Mrs. Raleigh Waters is visitingIn the state, you are to application for a tax
i folks who are otherwise senator or representative from Saturday afternoon.Mrs. land to hold It'' Issued thereon !Said dw
makes work has begun on four more. Jacksonville with her of the or ,
daughter ""
normal, suddenly break your section are apt to be makin'when J W. Knight and little braces the following ,1
+, sane and Tallahassee. The program calls for 14, and thin week. yourself property In the County ,, nl d
with RASH announcenvpnt they get to Sandra, of Lake Butler, mate of Florida, '{
1 out a \ daughter the other will be built later. and If certificates are two to-wit
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott your
aroundbeirgln' The time to find out about this la Mr and Mrs. F. M. Lots I, 2 &: K.:u, of ..,
start to visiting
and then stagger are The cabins which overlook Lake old now In position ('or. .'itlon I
I BEFORE send 'em there. son of High Springs were visiting years you are of NEW of NEv. ..
you
people to support 'em.I Norman. Johnson be to title from the state. 29 Township 0 Suutha
lot of loose are expected to ready relatives here Sunday. secure ?
Now heara 22 East
see some of the papers are ,' talk about you our needln', more business The Rev. H. M. TUlman of Jack- for occupancy next Summer. Theyare Mrs. L. R. Galney la visiting in Inasmuch as at least one month or less containing" Aere;<

41 stilt talkln' about the Governor's'RACE. : men in the legislature. That sonville filled his regular appointment three-room structures and Jacksonville with her daughters, is required to complete this final The under assessment of t.I IrU.it<
have been erty the said
It a
Well, may be right, but remember a at Water Oak church' have a combined living and bedroom Mrs. Abe Crosby and Mrs. Lar- step, holders of two-year certifi- sued. was In the nanu ,"f flr Dr.
may
s but looks
while back now It
race a the pant week-end kitchen bathroom screened make HelberRer.Unless .
be in son Mintz. cates should application
howling success
a
man
y may said
more like And a stampede when that or wild an herd epi- one particular line of businessand L. C. demons of Hellbronn porch and are electrically lighted. Mr and Mrs. W D. Webb of promptly to the clerk of the cir- redeemed according certificate to uj>

demic. when yank him out of Springs was a business visitor in They will be completely furnishedand Jacksonville were dinner guestsof cuit court in order that the nec- property described therein .
what lot you sold to the
a highest
boy
really gets going
of dust throw in our that and slam him headlong Into this section Monday. equipped with kitchen utensils Mr and Mrs. Fred Hazen Sun- essary lapse of time might not court house door on t the bidder. ri.J.

After they'll readtn' over most of eyes.the some other kind that he doesn't I Miss Iris Sapp of Jacksonville ; a gas stove, and tablewarefor day. Later In the day they vIsaedMr interfere with any use they may day which In la the the month of Blare

y dished out by the various know anything about, nine' was visiting her parents here over six persons. They will be and Mrs. T. W Markey. have for the land In question 1940. 4th., lay it ,

platforms candidates I've come to the chances out of ten he turns out the week-end. rented at nominal sums by the Mrs. JimmIe Miller and Mrs. C. I either for agricultural purposes, 1940.Dated this 29th, Un "r i,

conclusion that a lot of newspaper to be a total loss. The thing we Miss Velma Norman spent Sat- day or week. Rental Information C. VanSickle of Gainesville were for construction, or resale (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J,1
may be obtained later from Park Mrs. Vasco Hazen last 'Clerk of circuit Court '
need In government to-day above visiting jf
with her
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have been wastln' their urday night grandparents '
boys County" Florida. j-T
Foreman Lawton Uodle or the DEPEND ON THE BEST!
time settin' the darn things over everything elese is good old fashIoned Mr. and Mrs. F M. Norman. week. I _
Florida Forest and Park Service, After Charles Litchfleld'a home
and over again. What they ought horse-sense. The Vanderbilt school closed Nothing you can take brings .NOTI4-H: OK APPI,|<'U
I'd rather be Tallahassee.Gold burned, Mrs. T. D. Dyal asked the FOR TX I>KK1Irnntr : ;
4 to do la just take any one of >m, Personally, represented Its 1939-1940 term last Friday. I faster relief from acid-Indigestion <<<' Rill !>..
It In the legislature by a guy Head Branch Is one of the friends of Mrs. Litchfield to makea Blsma-Rex. Take NOT1CK: IS IIQI[ .
mark It "Stet" and leave Iyln'on. The children In school had quitea than a spoonfulof HKItKIJY: ,'|.
the stone by the masthead, who knew something about law lot of fun on Valentine day. three operated year-round by the block for a friendship quilt. The Blsma-Rex in a glass of water Certificate That B. Y.No.Saxon 413, holder tl,

and as additional hopefuls an- than by one who didn't, for, after of State Park Bureau. result was that so many friends after every meal. It acts four day of July A. 11. Issued I'i57'! T.I,
all have to do la all, the legislature Is a lawmaktn' Quite a few the young folks responded with a block that there to acld-lndlgestloc tlflcate No. 420 Issued. them
nounce they'd ways stop
from this section attended the of August A. n 1931 ,
Y< Just change the name and they'll body. I'll grant you that a lot Health show In the school BOATDRAINBy were enough for two quilts. So ; agonies. Buy a bottle of SO doses tlflcate No. 1455/ Issued and Ti u,,
of lawyers get themselves so picture friends were Invited to Mrs. day of August A. I). 1933
eave a whole helluva lot of costly Mrs. Z. Z. Griffls for 50c at the Rexall Drug StoreCarpenter's !lit
at Starke Thursday night of last home to them. Mrs. same In my office and hu
messed with legal languagethat Dyal quilt
composition.And up Drug Store In Starke. application for a tax deed
the unfortunate part of It I before they get through theydon't week. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of Gatlin and Mrs. Jeanette Gatlin, Issued thereon.

know what they'ie talkin' Florahome were visiting Mrs. now Mrs. Stokes, gave a beautiful TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: Said Certificate embrace tl
of folk read these lowing described ,
Is a lot plat- ; property| (
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about and nobody else does until RISINGBy Tyre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack top and It was also quilted. Notice I I. hereby given that I County of Bradford, Stain a
forms or listen to the promisesand the Supreme Court strokes Its Mrs. II. II. Lewis Prevail, Sunday. Mrs. Litchfield wishes to thank have filed my final report tae Administratrix Ida, to-wlt:
; t pledges these candidates: of the estate of Arthur Fg of NWVi of NW, Sen,,
make from the stump, and actu- manly chin and makes a wild Mrs. Ruth Ella Bowers was each one who has been so kind M Darby, deceased: that I havefll..d Tp. 7 S. K. 22 E., contain,.
Nevertheless I still con- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof and helped In the making of these my petition for final discharge Acres, emhrated
ally BELIEVE: that when the guy I I guess. LaCrosse Friday night visiting Mrs. Callie Gainey Mon- and that I will apply to said :; 'ltice[ No. 413.
his chest and shouts tend that a little knowledge of spent lovely quilts. They are much ap- the Honorable K K. Perryman, Lota 17, 18, 19, 20 of I
thumps basic law Is a pretty good thing with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. day.Joe preciated these cold nights. County Judge of Bradford County Hampton. Sec.- 19 Tp. 7 s.A
"Elect me your Governor and I'll and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Griffis Jr., and Harvey viorlda. at 10:00 A. M, on the pith/ embraced under said Ceitiflu
for a member of the legislature to day of March A. 11. 1940, for approval 430.
do so and such that he really of Jacksonville visit-
have In his kit of tools when he Mr. and Mrs: Eueran McRae of Gainey were SUNNY BROOK FARM of the Name and for final Lot 3 Huh Ulv. of S\V,, of
CAN and WILL, do as he says. ing friends and relatives In this dlHcharite as such Administratrix. Also Known as Hampton III
takes office But the Important Waldo recently visiting Mr.
WON'T be- were section over the week-end. Ity Mrs. Floyd R. CrosbyG. Ida I.. Darby, Hec. 20 Tp, 7 H It. 22 I I':., crrl,
But friends
they thing la to get a chap who can and Mrs. Walter Underhill. A* 4dnthitratr'Ix afor."ald. Under said Certificate =No iii
cause they CAN'T. A Governor Miss Margaret Morrell was the 2-16 4t S-8 The assessment of the .,ld
think straight, shoot square, and Tom Moore and daughter, Edith, M. Bennett is spending this I erty under the -said. (certlfiul;
: may be for Economy, he may be Is sincere In his efforts to serve and Mrs. Bell Parmenter of Hell- week-end guest of Miss Mildred week in Lake Butler 14U was In the name >.t T'l
for Old Age Pensions, he may be the of his Knight of Lake Butler. IV TIIK ('IBPI'1'r COt'IIT OF 7'IIE ('''..m. Co., The aNsi-mui'l
not only people own sec-
for Labor and thousand other bronn were visiting Mrs. E J. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Fl: (.14'I'H .1I'1)11 AI CIIK-I'IT' INt1) I I tliH mild 1ropt'I'ly under, 111-1
a tion, but the state as a whole, a Lewis last week. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Gainey children, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus FOIL IIU\I>''' III> ('Ot'. T"'. .rllt"'nte"' :No. 420 was In Ih.l
things, but there Is darn little he fellow who can listen to the lobby were visiting in the Bethel section FI.OIIIUI. ix ('IHN(''-:''Y I of A. A. Durden, and The.|
Conner and Mrs. Bulah
,;' can do about it If the Legislature Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Conner Kelly NOT1CK: TO DKFKNUANTHenrietta : I ment of the said proper!
crowd and at the same time keephis made a business trip to Keystone Sunday. spent Sunday afternoon at Ral- Jones., the said cei'tlflcate No 14J <
to with him.
happens disagree the ball and Plaintiff, the name of UnknownI'nlesM
Of course he can plead with them eye on ortlead Heights Monday. Tobe Brown was visiting at the ford with Mr. and Mrs. Martin -vs- said certlflunlet ,t tredeemed ,
anybody push around home of Z. Z. Griffls Sunday.C. Rosier. I Cluience AdillMon Jonen., according 1 .
> sham and little
and exercise his veto IIk Fred Mrs, Jack Edwards Defendant l.r..I'.ty. described. eelrk,
him the
4 did, but even' that' won't help him by son. Wayne, of Starke, spent Monday A. Grlffla was visiting his'I Miss: Ktta Faye Dyal of Sampson t.V: TIIK" NAMi: OK THE STATE OP sold In I the highest blddet ,
1' If the should I know that flndln' such a man with Mr. and Mrs. Walter brother Joe Griffis of Clay f City spent Friday night with .'I.OnlOIU! TI-U: Court House door on thr fin
Legislature happen Is a big order, but If you want I Miss Doris Dyal. I TO; : Clarence Adillnon Jones.vhOMe dav In the month of Blare(,
to Its and override County, recently \ address IN of Is ..
get up on ear Underbill. c Knifrht which the 4th., day >.f M.
him. better government now's the timeto Willie Green was visiting Luther:i A crowd went to Starke Saturday j '.,llIm\\'"" Club, Haltlmom, Mary ,,1>. 1940.
g really start think In' about it. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner were Griffls Sunday.We ( afternoon to see "the tallest land.You I Dated this "Hi., day "nt i '.
yy Why' if the average gubernatorial Look over the field of candidates visiting In Gainesville last week. are hereby teriuiifd 1 to appear A. B. 11140.
are sorry to report little man. Not many of them envied to the bill of complaint filed (..I"I.'ICIAI.81'\I.: ) A I TJ
n candidate could do half the,. and weigh 'each man as to his Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomasof Christine Gainey on the sick list. him his height They said six t h..r..lnIn..t ymJ on or before Clerk of Circuit Court nt>.> Hi,
things he promises to do, there qualifications. If none of them Lacrosse the week-end Miindav. the 4th day ot March, A. County, Florida '
spent teet tall for
was them.
There has been so much sickness enough D. 1940.
4 just wouldn't be any need of sendIn' meets the high standard you with Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr with colds and flu in this section. Please remember preaching at, It I It further ordered that thisorder >o'rl'FOF" APPl.lr' (
,
,
a lot of senators and represen- have set, get with your neighbors' and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Corinth Saturday and Sunday by I be COl'NTY published TKI.EURAPH.In the BRADFORD 1n.W"Ial..r \. KOK TK DHKI:
tatives to Tallahassee. Now ami friends and draft a man who <( The Rev. W. E. Hall of Green the pastor the Rev. H. M. TllIman.j published In 0aki County
DOUBLE RUN NOTICE: !IS HEREBY (;|
while candidate talk like i i of Bradford, :
a once each week for
may does and then ELECT HIM. I Cove Springs apent Sunday with i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas of I four consecutive weeks.WITNaSS That W. S. Hlbley holdeiCertificate o'
Santa Claus, just between and Sly Mrs \V. A, Tyler
you I No. 511, Issued\ lh|
Ml and Mrs. R. R. Crosby.Mr I LaCrosse and Stanley, Hazel, and : my hand and official
.
of
I
day September A. l I' l W
It's the that
me Legislature really I peal this 31"t day of
I January A.
wears the white -mustache and BETHEL and Mrs. J, W Thomasof Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carpenter II Marjory Faye Crosby of Brooker D. 1940. filed same In my offke ami

they are the boys you'd better Ity Mrs. D. Woodard LaCrosse were visiting Miss spent Sunday with Mr., and Mrs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd' Clerk(OKFlCIAli Circuit SKAL Court.) By A. J.J.II.Thomas be made Issued application thereon,for Said a tax cert d-j j]

Irene Lewis Saturday. W. A. Tyler ,, Crosby Saturday afternoonl Deputy Ulerk. KellY embraces the following d IPM
j write letters to when 2-3 4\ 2-23
your you Miss Lee has returned propertyIn the County of llr.il
Gladys H. H. Lewis was visiting Chester Frank I
Strickland of Miami
u want In was State: of Florida, to-wlt'!
something your stocking.
home after few
spending a daysIn
} And don't forget that the Governor Register of Starke Tuesday.The a recent guest of his sister, Mis. I I BACKACHECAUSED oHOIle09" .'I'HI.ICITION- A'''U Way of NKki of NW%< & N(*
Jacksonville with her sister, Rev. W E. Hall and R. R. L. Barker :\O'l'U"'J TO .\I'P": %K SK'', of NWiKUj; of T
whoever he happens to be, Mrs. Arch Prevail, and brother, BY---- The State of Florida to Laura NWI of NW'\4& KS, of MSW't
Crosby were visiting the bedsideof Miss Silvia Crawford Is visitingher I lies, Harrington Hotel Canton,
will have to hang up his little I I Backache, be of NW',4 Section II To
mused
Harvey Galney. A J, Grlffla of Starke Sunday aunt, Mrs. Peach Crawford may by New York: 8 South Range 22 East 'u.
stocking just like the rest of us. Remember church services at I sluggish' kldne> If e'u'eS8 acid You are notified that Roy B. 40 Acres, more or leaa.
afternoon.
of Hellbronn Springs. Hess an. plaintiff has duly filed hla The
You folks can ahead and feet Bethel second and fourth and other wastes are not assessment of the mid
go j every Walter Underhill was visitingin John and Andrew Magyarl recently regularly bill of complaint for divorceagainst erty under the said c..I'Urlli'
all mesmerized and flamdoodled Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and Jacksonville Sunday. eliminated it may also lead you, Laura Hena. an defendant sued was In the name of >;h
visited their mother who and, that
affidavit for the la- S\\ .
about this Governor's race if you : 7:30: p. m. Is a patient in St. Vincent's Hos iii to getting UI> nights, burning, "".uu'" of this order was duly an.Unless. saidertlflc. .ntiredeemed want to, but If you take my advice I 1 Mrs. Mollle Han-ell of Luke brief visit here with Mrs. Jimmie scanty or frequent flow, leg or all In the Circuit Court of fll"'j I according to 'tax
pital In Jacksonville I'I ford,
you'll do your free thlnkln' 'City has returned home after a Woodard. rheumatic pains, headache or O. T. Nelson of Saxton was you He..s. are herebyoidernd to the highest biddercourt .
I I I :JI pens. Keep kidneys active, name], to appear In said cause on ,,I house door on the Iii,'L
visiting Dock Williams last Mon- ;March 4, A. D. 1940. Bradford'I day I In the
i as ImwcK. Get u 25c box of Buk- month of Blare [
day. j i Eats I County Teleirraph l I" designated aa 1 which la the 4th., day I'
from any drugjclnt. Your 25c the newspaper In which this order 1940.
The Rev. H. C. Rhoden of hark In 4 days If not pleased. shall be published once each week Dated this 31st., day of l to\
I NECHEVROLET sonville will fill his '!{ I for four consecutive weeks. prior to 1940.
pointments here Saturday Jack-I Locally at Carpenter's Drug Store. said appearance day. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, .1, T'''.
4 I 2-9 til 3-1 Witness my hand and official seal Clerk of Circuit Court of RtJ
and Sunday. at Starke, Florida this January County Florida 2-1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ellington -

4 R IALIRS spent Sunday with Mrs. Elllng
'i1XJ D O D Facts
oooo That Concern You
ton's mother, :Mrs. L. Barker.HAMPTON A'o. 'Sofa Serinu5MtovJ9

s a
n

SOIl By Miss Ada Nlnun

t f j1Z
The Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Gardiner -
t:
? of Alabama, who have been

spending the winter months here,

left last Saturday for Macon. Ga., ;

where they will visit their son.

S Mrs. W P. Blrt who has been

enjoying a brief visit with her tJ

daughter Mrs. Ira Brown of ,J

Gainesville, has returned to her .

4 p A home.

Olen Bedcnbaugh. who has been

e ill with pneumonia Is able to be

out again.

Mrs. I. J. Priest, who has been
Si
visiting for several weeks with

her brother, Paul Prevatt of

.. <". Theressa, has returned to her

v.S I: home here. it*
Y 'fOU The Rev. C. R. Robinson and

..IAlot"OU.. used family of
C I'alatka. but formerlyof

.( 'MOULD Pout eM'J 'All Hampton, were visiting here

tan a0llf 1aoM D2at2al YOU S MASONS Will WHT lost FrIday f 44 fr byv : r


past ::'ect'on aY UTINO PINE LEVELBy --, *
the 'n4 '
1 vI ueed -r,.',uea In Mrs. IL M. McRaa

best UStd cato.n. SAVE bOp ",,,,,....... n"*""
We are glad to see the beautiful -I

buY rotn sunshine again after so much
All used
You l two e'o'et dealer priced rain.Mr. WE WANT YOU TO FEEL AT HOME

6- conlii.nce. In order to and Mrs. to;. J, McRae of
wttfi,, room for more Waldo
were
visiting relatives

.7B.nethoda.recondiltoninp. tr.de-Ina here recently.Mr. wherever good beer is soldThe

and Mrs. Fred F. Mann

,.0"..' I"cte.. :" ?: SAV E SAVE der.1.lwera5qu.llty gar a..LI Irtae/.le and children Orson and Norma

4 Ann. of Jacksonville and Mrs. Brewing
p\.na
Buy now-beSave depracU- "o1 1..1 r.e.W'r.g LowvicU Davis and Industry realizes that decent self-regulation plan now in operation in

t f rla* tlon on your old son, Jim. of respectable people prefer to patrona few
andHsave 'Sanderson states and extended -
Ch. rnJ\'Y the car. Trade up xe were visiting Mr. and being as rapidly
5 youf r<." car ha dlfferenca. now. : A Mrs. H. M McRae Thursday jze decent inviting places. as possible.

behind every utwd D. M. McRae of Orlando was And we agree with them. We think you will be interested in

SAVE SAVE visiting night. relatives here Wednesday That is why we are taking actionin knowing something about this program.

Save winter con- Save Costly re- Mr. and Mm. Eldon Sapp, Mr. cooperation with law enforcement May we tell you about it in an interest-

dltlonlnft e2 pairs on your and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Miss authorities-to "clean-up or cloaeup"beer ing free booklet?
9,262,068 .1. b..a5e..d pens*. old nr.ceo. Dorothea
Norman all of retail
Gum establishments
that
,
.wt and aN trv k( from Chevrolet ....... ....-- ... M.....___ Nr Branch spent Sunday with Mr. the law disobey Write to the United Brewers Indus

4*.ler. d.rl.a th. I.N eta ye.r*. U'" filICIC y...... a-II u,.. a..w.w I and Mrs. H. M. McRae. or permit anti-social conditions. trial Foundation, 19 East 40th Street,

....... tl..i..... .. twl A. F. Hall and Audrey Wiggins To do this we have instituted a new New York, N. Y.

/l ulS.d.p.. N hY of Jacksonville
were visiting here
1 M- Wednesday.


TORODE CHEVROLTE CO.!hope We of she are Mrs.will sorry soon V. A.to be report Browning well again.the and Illness j BEER... a beverage of moderation Af =


Mrs. W. E. Hall of Green Cove i Zc

STARKE, FLA. Springs was visiting Mrs. H. M.

McRae Sunday afternoon. -- ;.
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F. Y1Vd ______________. STARKK.--FLORIDA FKlItAY.__ KKUKUAKY: _23,.. _1940 .. __h __ __ _.. _u. __ __ __ .._ __ JNlJMHKll: KNTY-THKEK. l +
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n.Cble STAFF__?__ Sean Davis Senior Play Date Tornado Quintets Health Movies ShownAt Shorthand Students "Who's Who"In Concert To Be GivenIn r

,.in.C. l.f I*__11._ Oayle Harper Sewell and Set At March 8 Lose GamesTo B. H. S. Friday Win AwardsSeveral Senior ClassLast B. H. S. Auditorium ,


", Patrol Verole Jones Frank Francine Robinson Flsh r IUI8H Ruth Sternberg Coaching: BaldwinThe Audience Sow Two Reels. weeks ago seventeen of Wednesday morning the Tonight At 8 O'clock r, j
n-
1h ..__ Estell Austin Comedy Presentation: Concerning Disease' Cause the Shorthand students under the seniors, at a very Important class S
B. H. S. Tornadoes lost nand dire Club and OtherHpeclal (
Blltabeth PlummerClara "Grandma Goes Hollywood"Every to and PreventiveLast careful supervision of the teacher meeting, voted en the "senior i
Ma Harley Baldwin 11-13. while the also Numbers Will MakeUp
girls I
yy Margaret Pearce entered The National Gregg facts." Ralph Rhodes, president of
year, about the last of lost 24-16, in a double headerIn Friday night about 200 Big Annual Musical 4
Shorthand Contest sponsored by the class, was in charge of count-
RBPORTKR9ownsand February or first of March Baldwin In the dark-I
&CIAL Friday night. people were sitting The
Esterbrook Pen Company. Ing the votes and getting the re- Though the Bradford
Alta
Iconise Stern Bradford's senior.class has High
school audi-
a play. The ened Bradford high
Arch Thomas, boys played a good game sults posted on the bulletin boardIn School
Jack HaJl, Last week eleven of these students band and glee club have
1 10. M. Oalnes Purpose: to insure a prosperous but could not stand the pace set torium. Before them, on theIIchool's the hall.
received awards played and
purse, later to be emptied in the by Barker of Baldwin who scored screen, a movie was In consisting sung many places this
of meritorious certificates for So, with the year; though
great pleasure, they have partici-
name of the school. This year, IS points, most of them early in action, projected by the school'smoving
[oosing A Career however, tides will turn in another the game. The boys could not get picture machine. their work. The students who received seniors wish to give you the results pated in many outside musical
these awards follows activities there Is
were as : yet one occa-
direction; it will take most of their defense to working. reel about disease
They The first was ;
people consider young the twelfth grade funds to tie : Doris Crews, Edwin Shep- Prettiest girl-Margaret Pearce, sion which Is a thing to come, but
displayed some excellent team Its and .
causes prevention.Some herd, Geraldine Hall, Clara Mae Marian which, by tomorrpw., will be a
Dowllng.
high school age'too young down certain "business ends" con- work at different stages of the causes: gp 1
Harley Alene Austin Juanita McCauley thing of the
Inking of their' chosen vo- nected with the Annual which Best-looking boy-Everett McKinney past: the concert to
game. Coughing In another persons Mable Johnson Bonnie be given at
In tonight the auditorium -
many will
They are wrong they have this year. Arch Thomas
I The girls allowed the Baldwin face. Mott, Lillian Barnes, Lorena here at this school. al ,
for some young people For their coach, the seniors lassies to Most athletic boy-Carl Ed .
I score quite frequently, Contaminated water Polk, Jeanette Parker
Ihelr work soon after I This concert has! long been In
wards Everett
life's have McKinney. 's'
who knows
one what she'sdoing but "
they displayed as nice a defense Insects 4
iinlsh high school. Even If when it comes to almost and In the finals, the teacher who Most athletic girl-Orlne Pad- the mind of Mrs. Mabel Will- It ,' "

location will require severalof offense as any team Filthy conditions. sent in the best set of papers will gett, Manse Crosby will not represent a quick, ambitious '\!i
anything; much more a stage per- could have under the conditionsthe Insects coming from contami- ( .1
be awarded a silver loving In decision her )
on
after cup
training highIt Cutest girl-Grace Dew, Clara part Bradford'i '
formance of kind !
: Miss Ruth
any team has undergone since the nated containers to food. \ .
June The .
Shorthand students music
will certainly not hurt Mae Harley. teacher has long ,t ; :
\
Sternberg.The last game. The girls have improved Prevent disease by: .
hope that their teacher will be the been working and
thinking seriously Most popular girl Marian planning for
o start play Is l the story of three greatly lu their passing.The Having good wells that are ; 'j. ,
winner of one of the this musical-climax f
1 their career while still In cups Dowling, Margaret Pearce. program, has ,, :
movie-struck people on their way boys journey to Chien and properly located and lightly con- Most popular boy Ralph lately been putting every detail ':, .

iral the seniors of to the "promised land." Nothing tonight (February 23)) to participate structed. My First Fishing TripOn Rhodes, Everett McKlnney. in fine order The senior chorus .X: '. ;
years ago unusual happens until they'refifty In the district'tournament.. Having sanitary distribution of is ready with beautiful i 1\ \
Laziest boy-L. C. Smith, Em- varied ,
robably thought they had miles from there then; they They play Hawthorne at 2:30: p. sewage. night my mother, daddy, mett Perryman. numbers. They have on the )\' t\

[of time to choose a vocarhe -: break into a house, "hog-t'te" a m. The boys and girls play Being careful in handling milk. and I decided we should like to Laziest girl-Eleanor St. John, tips of their I tongues such 4 t :,

time has passed swiftly, poor, defenseless professional AJachua Tuesday night February Building lightly constructed In- go fishing because we hadn't experienced Elizabeth Plummer. solid, to-the-point numbC're.s .

er, and the seniors will soon I screen writer, meet a gushy, has- 20 at home. sect-proof toiletl.Inoculating a trip quite like this In Most Sarcastic Willa Vida "Anchored," a son g-of-the-sea :'
!
fronted with the problem of been star, get a very important, against disease a very long while. The first thingwe which ;;,
switches J
We all wish the boys the best KUllngsworth, L. M. Galnes.lgge..t dramatically about '
their life's work. A (such aa typhoid, smallpox). had to decide In making this :-i: :
ig supposedly Important screen play of luck in the tournament bluffer-Hugh Ingram. from bold to sad, grave to cheer- ';::\\1 : '
torn now (If they are lucky) mixed up with a supposedly bad Strict observation of l Isolation trip was the place: where we were Rhodes. ful. Thoroughly lovely ,'ff"

nlors will be facing the one, twist circumstances into when a. person has a contagious going to fish. We had to get back Ralph spirituals-"I Couldn't Hear negro,1
Most studious Loral No-
Bennett .11
On Books \
Reading
!problem.ey "pink elephants," drive everybody disease. early, for my father had some Important Leland Sponholtz. body Pray;" "Steal Away;" "Deep : ;

already been thinkut almost to the Insane asylum, fin- Keeping away from crowds business to attend to River" will
have find
Friendliest Helen honored (
spot. I +
"MY ANTONIA"By girl- Dowling, on a !t t
their ca- ally breeze into Hollywood havingwon when disease Is prevalent.The when he returned. After we had the '
and planning
Willa Cather Marian Dowllng program-will, also, be sung !iif'':
their problem will be some- a place there under breath- I film went on to advise: everything settled, we went to Friendliest boy-Billy Jackson, by the senior chorus. (Tenth :

educed. Possibly you might takingly different conditions from When I withdrew this book I Always call doctor la case of bed to dream about It. Everett McKinney grade up), "I'r! ,I..'

on your career now and''I which they had thought in the from the down-town library I disease. We got up about four o'clock Noisiest-.L. M. Gaines, Hugh Among those numbers to be ,, \

change your mind a dozen beginning. was very doubtful as to whetheror Dispose of filth. the next morning and started out Ingram. sung by the j junior I chorus I 'f
3i ,
j reach final would like I thor- Be clean in the home. on our journey, which we hoped II
your not I It
before you : Unlike a great many high- Beat-dressed Kill Margaret (seventh grade to ninth), there is ,:

n. If you are a girl, when school comedies, this story has a oughly dislike reading anything Be clean yourself. we were going to enjoy very. Pearce, Willu Vida KUllngsworth. one which never fails to wrap ?Ii ;)

were small you probably good, straight plot, will leave its about very little children. So, on Use paper cups rather than much. We arrived at Orange I Best dressed boy -- Ralph itself completely around those who ,.
become a great actress. all I reading the first chapter I was common drinking glass. Lake, about 150 miles from our ,
d to audience knowing what it has Rhodes. Everett McKinney hear It well-sung by group of 'J' ,.1 i '
i are a boy, a train enginperollceman. been about Throughout, Emma more than ever certain that this Strive for good resistance by home, about six o'clock. The I Best t all-round student.LoralBennett sweet-voiced children: : Ludwig x

"Billie- book was going to live up (or eating wholesome food. .first thing we did then was to ,
gushes, gurgles, giggles, I Clara Mae Harley. van Beethoven'a "Morning Praise"Of : .1;1.r:
however, you have more Burke-style." George her son, rather down) to my expectations.Quite Exercise outdoors. 'I get the boat Into the water. Finally Most conceited-Juanita Hare- all the numbers In this choice h W""

blurts and boasts with the contrary to my opinion, Drink at least six glasses of we got In the boat, which foot Kstrlle concert this '
Ideas and should be ser- chews, Austin. one will stand high t .
considering a career that blissful innocence, about "great however, I found, on reading far- water a day. I was quite an undertaking, and I Moat dignified Willa Vida among the best, for It Is among A.J( '
the ther along in the story, that !it was Get eight hours sleep; with rowed out toward the middle of the most
ould best be suited to. writer" ability, drives profes- KUllngsworth, Milo Sponholta.tht beautiful of beautiful t

ember, you can't begin to sional, Mr Jones, almost behind about a Bohemian Immigrant windows open. the lake. When we got out there, : ;:- music expresses beauty which ''
solid bars. family, who having heard 'of the The second film they saw was we anchored the boat, got our such -& '
of future too soon. the Insane asylum's only a master as van Beethoven jt'
your Sez
wonderful opportunities America about that dreaded, dangerous, fishing equipment out, and Mammy ;1
Mary Townaend "Gram," Emma's mother, is could have. ;: :.
offered moved to Nebraska in the always-ready-to-strike enemy: The started to fish. '
the only one who has any money, Common Cold which well Dear chill un: There Is a reason for every-
might
lementary Echoes sweetly but firmly keeps It safe hope of making a home and be-: be called "the, common bother." Before an hour was up, my 'Seems like dia cold weather thing. Here Is the reason for having yl'.s.
coming rich. The main character father had ten fish, mother
in the old sock, when a bluffing my nlnt never gonna end. Poor ole a musical concert:
The of colds warning
dangers
Is Antonia. I liked her with her five, and I not one! Then suddenlyI Bradford
I SIXTH GRADE NEWSe manager tries to draw it out of and her desire about what to do for them, and felt somethinb nibble Mammy am sho having a time High's musical
her for Hollywood's sweet sake. funny English eager my with her rheumatism too. have accomplished much this
| teacher has started a new so on, has been told time and ;
learn. line and to it farther
"The Secret of Kalian She tries to tell everybody they've to time again by doctors, mothers, start carry I Senior highlights: Well, de seniors year-wish to show Starke the

le. We are enjoying it verye about ten screws loose, but, alas, I can see her now so gentle teachers. Facts have been twisted, Into the lake. The first thing I ,' done voted on "senior facts" bare facts-want to let the public sj

Hollywood has turned Ua irresistible with little children-born to be a colds have been cured, colds have knew then was that I and all of I hear dat "J. B." still a-saylng : in on It by way of an open-faced
into mother. Antonia, so full of life my fishing tackle were overboard! a
blinding spotlight turned in due time from a she aint conet-Ited-at least she performance. And they feel sure
that ,
are very sorry Roger that when she entered a room you Finally, when I came to my right the
town will be
their ever-human eyes. : to But when tries not to be. All ob de seniors not disappointedin
Lee Thomas sneeze pneumonia.
Ove
and
news mind I found that I still
was
feel the
could almost energy gen- their
school's
hab been dere music.
having pictures
|sick. We miss them very The play is expected, by "crit- being. Antonia, all this was once again gone holding on to the rod and reel ,
from her
and hope they will be back ics' to be a good one. The predictors -! erating of seeingno through last Friday night, It was After I got myself safely Into taken lately- -for( the annuals. And Ailmlalon will be: 15 and 2ic;
with her precious gift !oh! Folksbe
senior !
dat play
Facts my the money will be used to help
have predicted. in an unusually Interesting, amus-
us soon.e boat of the
the amidst all
she loved. laughter
wrong in those sho' to put a big red ring ;
Opinionshave The pay for the new band uniforms
have been presented. Ing-but-serlous manner
mural the I reeled the big fish In. After I
are making a on ,
Willa Cather does not merely around de date March 8. I mean
been aired. i common cold was pictured as a which arrived this. week and
rations of Columbus. We mother and father stopped
seniors a write this story in the usual way, gleeful devil, running about In aperson's my you am naturally gwlne to be which all members of the band
six committees which are Last year the gave laughing at me, we decided that
members of the but instead brings such a picture throat with the well- sorry if you don't see Itl! So remember will wear for the first time at
play that made we bad better home.
nicely.me of reality that I could not help go March 8! the concert.
brought known pitchfork, chopping glee-
of the girls made a lovely audience wish they'd in their but visualize the happenings as I fully away at membranes. Said On the way back I said to my- Sadie Prince sho' did give a
Ratine box ropes to tie themselves self: "I might not be able to In 11W
read about them. I was so proudto the cold-devil; good home-room program Madam i

he following people made 100t chairs. To say it was Time a screamIs after find that at the conclusion of "I cause . ." catch fish In quantity, but I last Tuesday morning. Dey had BooluDear

in spelling: ,Coolidge Gas- treading softly. each class the story Antonia was very hap- Acute infection of the lining surely can catch the fish with lots of visitors- It musts been Madam Boolu:
after ,
"
time, year year married, and had a big family quality. By Nina Bishop some thin' extra.
Bernlce : Lee
Cooper, Mary has chosen a comedy for Its an- pily membranes. Wherefo' is yo been wrltln' all ,,"
treet, Wanda Pearce Doro- nual This clans has too. of eleven children.I Inflamed eyes.Headaches. Moving on down to Sophomore de time 'bout love an' weather and t

|Vfott, Selma Rivers, Edward play. "Grandma Goes think the hardships she suf- "Scatterarain"Everybne territory-We hear dat Michel Utopia and moderashun. and how .'
And this year's t'
and Jerome Johns. Hollywood will stand shoulder-. fered did not harm her, but in- Sore or tickling throat. is getting excited over Dew carried a certain Freshman to hole yo knife at de table when f 3: !
Wednesday
girl to the Scout Party -
Miss Kennedy, teacher. with the best. stead gave her a more tolerant Cough. whut we Is vitally conshus uv Is -
to-shoulder the banquet! Some of the girls already !
thy Mott and Wanda Pearce,, understanding of others, and a "Colds lead to worse Illnesses night how to hist de price o' chlttllns so l'dat
Meet the players: could have their dresses. Odds and ends: Willa Vida, Mar-
reporters. richness of character that Influenza, sinus Infection, tuberculosis evening we can make a livin' wage. ,

George Phillpitts a shallow- not have been attained any other nasal infection, ear Infec- Remember the early bird gets the garet, "J. B." Everett Odessa, Sho' nuff, ;

SIXTH GRADE NEWSe headed young man, with the dizzy way. To finish this book II read tion, pneumonia. worm. What's this we hear about Elizabeth and Just gobs of other Mammy. '

have enjoyed making Val- idea that he can write--Ralph way. To finish this book I read "Try to cure colds In first some of the students dancing at students are still gushing over -

Des this week, and Wednes- Rhodes. I stop. About 1:30: I read the last stages, and DON'T use patent noon? More fun Cleon E. look- wid de Joy at hablng seen "The Dear Mammy:

we had our Valentine box. Emma Phillpitts "a gushing, page and closed the covers with a medicines. ed lovely in her blue dress. That Wind Blow"-er", I mean"GoneWith You are In a MESS. But there t;

h of us got many pretty Val- ambitious mother; the "Billie contented feeling of having accomplished Don't listen to quack doctors Carolyn still liking Gainesville? The Wind. Hab you all no- IS a solution. I am gazing furiously t

nee. Burke" type-Juanlta, Barefoot. something by sharing 'Breathes there a soul Well we don't blame her Marian ticed how neatly Milo and Leland ,into the crystal ball; I am f j

pe have been transition Pnillpltta beautiful, Antonla'a trials and hardships. More than ten years old; got the prettiest Valentine. I'll bet dress Virginia. Anderson, we like STILL gazing; ah, AU! Here It
studying Phyllis
Basketball
!
lies in Who never to someone has you can't guess where It came your new hair-do I In trance-
and obsessed with The appeal of this book comes. am now a
and have drawn movie-struck girl,
at de
ud she can actGraceDew. the direct and realistic mannerIn told- from. Loral did too, from up game Friday night armory and, the bell saves me--no, no, I
pictures of Wee idea that
ships. the Helen and Geral- Lots of local fans dere! Did you
which It Is I know Just what will cure Georgia way. mean and the answer is looking
a book about ships andy written.Sadie know dat de Junior-senior
dine received boxes of candy. all
of a grand Prince Your cold? back at me. LISTEN! Feed
loot pictures to study. Gram-a wise-egg 11th. Grade English The "little devil" went on: Lucky girls, I'd say. So Jeanelle'sgetting banquet la jest three weeks off? your pigs on Holt's German
of the boys and girls who mother-Jean Davis. be out de white tie
Better getup
from
letters Georgia.Muriel's
professional, "When you have a cold-REST. Cologne, and all the high society
e been
out of school because Bradford Jones-a
little blue and tails, boys-! Betty String-
author In sickroom have good ventila- seen wearing belles will be demanding them on
llness are back. We are glad amateur-pecked Hollywood Study HallAs draw ask her
About
fellow -
can really
t tion. When sick with a cold bows, cute too. Ralph's picturescame their tables three times a day '

they are well again. -Arch Thomas. happy, drink lots of fluids, such as orange and how! And were they about dat picture she drew In Now, to close with this inspiring ;

Mrs. Searing, teacher. Mrs. Bradford Jones--a Dowl- everyone knows (or does Juices and hot lemonade. Pre- devine, I don't know, ask him! Biology class de other day! I little verse: I'I

Collitte Green, secertary. sympathetic wife Marian he?), study hall I Is part of the- vention, though, Is better than The Junior girls are always gab- mean everybody la learning to There waa a boarding house not \

lng 1 high school, created for the benefit cure! Most colds are caught bing In the halls. They have dance. 'Seems like an unknown
dumb
far
FIFTH GRADE NEWSr m.1ne-a thoroughly of the students. If the studentuses from others-careless sneezers; something up their sleeve, don'tyou bug has been biting everybody- away, '
Plum- 'f
room was In charge of helpless, maid Elizabeth his time Intelligently In the the community ice cream cone. think The concert was a 'cause de answer to every ques- Where they have "Chittllns" three

pel this week. On our prom to Is "let's dance." Ralph times a day I
looked tion
mer.Janet study hall, he can keep up They may be caught also by: huge success. The girls
> we had: A poem-February Lovelee-a melodramatic, date with his studying and read- Indiscriminate kissing.\ beautiful in their pretty dresses Rhodes and Marian Dowling tak- Oh! how them boarders yelled '

Bobby DyaJ. passe' star-Jenelle Hutching whirl-wind Ing. If he does not use his time Common drinking cup. Old Bradford can really shine In' In de Graduation Exercises at When they heard that dinner

POem-Speaking Pieces bye Randy Knowles Intelligently there U no need for Having lowered resistance caus- when It wants to. I think the Lawtey-you know Ralph done bell-

Godwin. manager-Leland-Sponholtx. him to be there. ed by girls saw a tall enough man Saturday glved de address. Nice work, Oh! how them "Chlttllns" smellTIIRE" -

1 piano solo by Marian Brown. Alexis Sharpthorne a quick- The students In study hall Coming exposure.from warm room to Only eight feet ten Inches. kid. Glee Club's Concert to- ed--- 1
A. director -
ihort play-Her Homework acting tempermental might be divided into three classes cool night air-(exposure). Ida Lee and Margin were In Jack- nlte. Sho' am gonna be some : TIMES A DAY {

which Marian Brown was a lit- Emmett Ferryman. First-Those who spend the Not enough clothes In sonville last week. They said good singing.
: wearing
girl, Merrill Jones was Abra- Lily Browne--a pretty, Intelligent entire hour studying. Second- cold weather. they wish they could see "Gone Keep sweet -lam--- Band's Uniforms

0 Lincoln, and Jim Frank Jor- bright-remarking Hollywood Yours 'till April,
be
Those who spend perhaps half an "Remember these things," be With The Wind" again. I'll
1 played the part of George girl-Clara Mae Harley. hour studying and the other half said: seeing you next week, Mammy Have Arrived "

"hington. book. Third Susie..
reading a library Cleanliness .
I.,
Bible reading-iFl rat Psalm by Seniors I five At last, the dream of dreams
bert Meet Our Those who spend perhaps Preparation for bad weather.To : Mammy Why?

Owen. minutes studying and the other avoid crowds during an epidemic Inquiring Reporter has come true. Bund UniformsAre

Louise Edwards announced the ODESSA KELLYIt's 53 gazing around the room and ; particularly poorly ventilated does Jenelle keep singing I'm Here I I t Three cheurn anda

ffram. attempting to entertain their places. If you were driven on a desert Going to Alabama, could there be couple of rah rahs. The members -
fur Valentine party was lots of a girl! It's a girl! Goodnessbut ? can hardly wait to wear them F
neighbors. Which class are you Best DEFENSE Is strong DE- Island, and could take one book someone there?
.
* Our teacher gave us candy: Mr. Charles Kelly was happy The second class's actlvltie, FENSE." along, what would It be? does Doris. Crews talk so much'tIsn't Friday night at the concert. The

its Instead of Valentines. We as he looked at his baby girl prove to be the most valua- Edwin proud of his cer- only regret is that a beginner i

1 lots of fun making sentences Odessa ble may because, after all, all work and Virginia Padgett-The Bible. tificate of merit? that we thought would be able to

t of the words on the candy Odessa was born April 17, 1921 makes Jack and Jane Primary Jingles Martha Mathews-"Gone With can't those seniors get their play with us by then, alas, will
no play
rts, and reading them aloud. near Brooker and has always dull children. Also, all play and The Wind." book reports up to date? not, for the main and simple rea-

Miss Hlnson, teacher. been the Jewel of the family. work will prove Just as harm- FIRST GRADE NEWS Mrs. Perkins-"Gone With The was Jean Davis acting so silly son that the company from whichwe

Marian Brown and Louise Edwards Odessa la five feet and six Inches no ful. Time spent reading a good We enjoyed making valentines Wind." Saturday? Could It be she's In her buy our band books has neg-

one hundred twenty- for our friends and were delightedwith lected to fill our order. (It Is nowa
reporters. weighs
tall book Is not wasted time. Neither Buddy Andrews-The Bible. second childhood? I
and received.
five pounds, has brown hair Is time spent reading about some- the ones we making booklets of Mary Townaend-Encyclopedia.Louise is Eloise wearing her necklace: month since we sent our order ;,
Now we are
They SayThe blue eyes. conceited people thing which interests you In a the Important things in Febru- Stern-The Yearling. again? : In). }
Her dislikes are reference book. If you will decide Marie Dyal-The Bible. does Alene always come to Every one be sure and come and
Her and there are a great many.
senior playa .set for the English, and studying.friends, to spend your study hall ary Miss Mlddleton, teacher. Ralph Nettles Bugology Book. bookkeeping class late hear the Glee Club sing and hear r,

h of March and practice will likes are dancing, making and most of hour wisely, you will eagerly Betty Green-World History does Dorothy make ao much the band play 1 I Just as are-

'!Sin noon. basketball talking. (In the look forward to that period of the FIRST GRADE NEWS Franclne Fisher-Forsyth Saga. noise while working at her book- minder--The admission ;you pay ;

Shorthand II can take dictation all a certain brunette day Instead of dreading It. We think February Is a very Coach-"The Complete Worksof keeping? goes to pay for the uniforms. So, l1.

110 words per minute, and are senior class). she -Mary Townsend interesting month. We are learnIng all English Playwrltes. are all those Seniors having com: one, come: all. g

riving to reach a still higher When Odessa graduate, and about the great men whose Mrs. Fisher-Cone With The their pictures made? Do they

'"'1. plans to enter Macon Hospital Engraved sympathy acknowl birthdays are in February: Edi Wind. think they are cut? Wedding invitation a specialty. f,

The Dowlln; twins had a birth- reach her goal by being wish a nurse. edgements. Jae eoalve.-Brad son. Lincoln, St. Valentine, Washington Perry Gainey-Treasure Island. does Geraldine Silcox like redheads 1"r1Dted."eeI., or embo ecI.-.

L1 last wee.. Wonder how old We. the Senior Class you ford Counljr Telegraph- and Longfellow. Jean Davis-FrankenaUne. ? Bradford County Te4Yrap8. ; ,

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+' STAKES.!: FLOIUDA FRIDAY FKBItllAICV
BRADFORD COUNTY TI +ICAF'II. 21
P.-\O.. FOUR -, -==.!I

slew them with one swell foop Miss Lillie idtae\ their friends at the \ a DtJ.

SOCIETY and CLUBS I mean, one fell swoop Recipes Uecomes Hride home.
On the' Sick List: Piney Brown Mrs. Bridges was
.__. _. Of Mr. Paul.. Bridges from the bra
.. -- -- -- --- ,-- -- -- --' down with the flu Mrs.: D. L. --- I Bradfoiu <
-- r'.unty
Silcox tin' home after re- I School and attended
Is C. S. Has res at Orange Pie Miss Lillie McRae, daughter of SOUl
Richard Kidd. III Pastorium Scene W. S. Meeting turnin' from the hospital R. College in Lakeland.
We were requested to get Mrs. Mr and Mrs. M. J McRae, be- and tot
.. Honored On Birthday Of II. Y. P. U. PartyThe Monday AfternoonThe F, Clark under the weather for a Arthur Hall's recipe for orange came the bride of Paul L. Bridges, past several years has po

,;, few days pie for this week's paper, and In solemnized member of the faculty \\g
Richard Kldd III, son of Mr. Baptist Pastorium was the Woman's Society of Chris Mrs. Freeman Register won the a lovely ceremony county schools. She
from the "sound" of it we can o'clock morning, is ,
I and Mrs. R. G Kidd. Jr., was the scene last Friday night of a de tian Service of the Methodist big prize on Mrs. Sternberg's at 9:30: Saturday the Eastern Star aellt,
understand From of
and
readily why. 17th at the home
'
honored guest last Friday afternoon lightful "Lovers' Romance" party Church met Monday afternoon Shrine punchboard E W. February holy
all It la perfectly delicious. The Rev. G. important office In
when his mother entertained given by the Intermediate depart- at 3:00 o'clock !in the Sunday, Hayes, Arthur Williams, and reports Mrs. Bryan Drew. this orp
:, for him with a delightful party In ment of the Baptist Young Pea School building for the regular Martha Wall received minor So Just try it the next time you E. CutshaW' was the officiating tlon.Mr.

celebration of his fourth anniver ple's Union. business and program meeting I awards Lucky people are Three-fourths pie hungry. minister. Bridges, formerly Of 1,1sonvllle

, sary. The rooms throughout the home with the president, Mrs. W. E.! Somebody HAS to win FunnyIt 3 cup sugar. The traditional ring'ceremony Is an ''engineei 1 vim,

Richard and his little guests were attractively decorated in the Middleton, presiding. I never is ME. egg yolks. cornstarch. was performed in the living room S. A. L. Ry. Co.
2 1-2
, were entertained out on the lawn. Valentine motif, with hearts and Mrs J. W. White led the Henry Guy (U. of F,1), Mer 2 tablespoons flour. In front of an improvised altar -

i;" until five o'clock at which time red and white flowers predominating. tlonal service and Mrs. Devo-I'I rill ,McMillan (Jax), and John In- Grated tablespoons rind of two oranges. framed with giant ferns and All legal blanks, proio,

: they were invited into the dining Matthews presented the man (Tally) all week-ending at Juice of two oranges. floor baskets .of gladioli. notes, retain title notes, c

I room for refreshments. During the evening/ novel games which centered around the life of their respective homes The 1 and three-fourths cup milk or The bride had as her only at In stock by the Bradford Ct,

JI The main feature in the room pertaining' to Valentine were, Young J. Allen, a missionary to II boys Jus' can't seem to stay away water. tendant Miss Louise Drew, maid- 'Telegraph.
China. It's for those home- of-honor. Donlad McRae, brotherof
was the beautifully decorated played.At I Spec a yen Combine sugar and egg yolks
j i" birthday cake, centering the lace- the conclusion of the games. Mrs. F. H. Long gave a vivid' cooked meals .The way that and mix well; add other ingredients the bride, acted as Mr. Bridges'

t",; covered dining table. The cake, the social committee served: description of Mr. Allen's appear-'I mother cooks 'em and mix. Place in top of best man.

d Iced in white, was decorated In tempting refreshments of punch I ance and told of his early life and Wonder who'll be the few for double boiler and cook until very The bride, a striking brunette,

1 I pink and held four burning pink and cake to the following members his college training. Mrs. E. K. tunate femmes rating bids to the thick. was ]lovely in her golng-away out 1

g candles. Pansies in different : Clarice Thomas, Ida Lee Perryman ably handled the latter Military Ball'' at the U. of F. Pour into baked pie shell and tit which featured a dusty rose ,

: hues, fern, and favors of cellophane Cone, Collette Green, Dorothy part of his life bringing out the March let? Professor Kay top 'with meringue which has been lightweight wool coat over a

tjfl bags of valentine candles Manning, Leaton Morgan, Thelma important phases of his first Kyser and orchestra will\ rattle made from three stiffly beaten spring print of blue and rose. Her ills service- In he letth

tied! with pink ribbon and topped Manning, Elnora Bennett, Betty years in China and his accom the rhythm Unnerstand the egg whites, to which has been accessories were in navy. A. taro has

!. with dolls and toy cars were attractively Jean Wade, Dorothy Alvarez plishments. usual concert preceding the dance added a pinch of salt, six tea shoulder corsage of white gardenias specially. fttlngulshed

t arranged around the June Harding, Bobby Cameron, Immediately following the pro might be staged in the atadlum spoons sugar, and 1-2 teaspoon completed her ensemble. him an on,
.l cake. Varicolored balloons suspended Inez Cutshaw, Nancy,Lightfoot, in order to accomodate the ex
gram a short business sessionwas orange juice. Brown in oven. I Immediately following the ceremony worthy to IIt'rve the state J
chandelier added Dew Ellen Mersereau, Alberta pected throngs. .
, from the Grace held, during which Mra. E. Mr. and Mrs. Bridges left
'! further decorative note to the Woodward, Sam Simpson, L. Williams\ transacted her duties Ernestine (Andrews) Kelly in Ilrownie I for a wedding trip to an unan- higher capacity-T,1.11p1\

;'t room. Freeman Register, Chester Mc- as secretary and Miss Amelia town for a few days from Deland Mrs. E. S. Matthews found a I nounced destination and upon TRIBUNE.

", Mrs P. E. Canova, Mrs. J. C. Kinney, J. E. Denmark Bryan Ray, treasurer, gave the flnan lookln' fit as a fiddle and amot as new recipe for brownies recently their return will be at home to
l Garner Mrs. Glen Wood and Miss Harrell, Geraldine Silcox, Julian cial report. all getout In a swank brown fur I and they were so delicious (we I

,a' ;Vlrginla Kidd assisted Mrs. Kidd McRae, Arch Thomas, Jr., The Impromptu talks were given by coat Didn't know it ever got know because she gave us a very

,i In serving the young folk their Rev and Mra. A. E. Lightfoot, Mrs L. C. Ray and Mrs. Ferryman that cold In Deland . Ha, ha, generous sample) she offered the

refreshments, which consisted of and Mrs R. A. Thomas.W. who attended the Methodist ha (Joke) recipe for publication. 100% Pure Vegetable

f lea cream and individual cakes Advance Rally in Jacksonvillelast Whatta will power! Dr Here it is: AlI
Purpose
I;, Iced in pink and white. M. S. Of Baptist Church Tuesday.Mrs. Herlong sat members of the Ro 1 stick butter. Shortening.dexo

'! Those invited to enjoy the aft- Met Monday NightThe I. P. Shepherd, chairman tary Club down Monday night to 1 cup sugar.

ernoon with Richard were: Billy Mission Circle, announced a sumptlous supper of baked 2 eggs.
'. and Tommy Weldon, Levy and business and program meet- oT that) "Songs Study of Zlon" would be ham. baked beans, candled'yams, 2 tablespoons cocoa. ',.

'w';, George,Canova. Marcus and Florence Ing of the Woman's Missionary the next book to be studied. so forth, so forth AND so forth ,Three-fourth cup flour. .
.Zt k Brown, Judy Green, Sylvia Society of the Baptist Church was I' But he couldn't eat a bite 1-4 teaspoon baking powder.
"' himself Been on a milk diet 1 teaspoon vanilla. Packed In Vacuum Cam
7:30 o'clockat
Alvarez, Mary Sue ,Epperson, held Monday night at :
r Kaapar Duncan ,Dorothy ,Ann the church, with the president Miss June Smith Weds I since the first of Jan Incidentally 1 cup nuts. With The Popular

iJobns N Hollls Knight, Richard and Mrs. A. M. Darby, presiding. Mrs. Mr. Frank Marjenhoff Dr. completed his at Mix in order given; set oven ESTABLISHED Winged Lid

;j) :Madeline Williams, Ben North, Darby also led inspirational/ tractive log cabin on Santa Fe 275 degrees and bake in a pan les9

.. Delano Thomas, Tommie Gill, Bible study, using as the basis for Miss June Smith, daughter of over a year,ago'and hasn't spenta greased with cold shortening ap 1 Lb. Can __ 15c

; Carolyn Edwards. Marion Harrington her topic, the "missionary heart"and Junius M. Smith of Starke and night or'eaten a meal In it yet proximately thirty minutes.

:at'' : Oliver Esp!)nwall, Carl concluding with the prayer Frank Marjenhoff of Jacksonvillewere Been too busy to take a vacation Icing WHERE ECONOMY RULES"j) 3 Lb. Can _.__ 39c

t' Lemar and Sandra Johns, Bobble that the missionary spirit might quietly married Saturday Whatta shame to let 1 lump butter.

'' : Wiggins, Norma and Emma Jane enter Into hearts the world over. afternoon at 5:00: o'clock In Waldo such a swell camp lie Idle like 2 tablespoons milk. No. 2% CU
:' Canova. Vilda Moore, Marlon Mrs V H. Carden gave a dis- at the home of the bride's grand- that! Bring to a bolt and pour over =

,V Brown, Joan Carpenter, Betty cussion on the "Commission to mother, Mrs. Sallie Entenza. The Word from Carol Inman way 1 cup powdered sugar mixed with HABITANT PEA SOUP _____ ___. 9c

Ann Flynn, Miss Maxine Noegel, Carry On." stressing the phases Rev. Dr. Soper performed the ring up In.Macon, Gawgla She'll, be one tablespoon cocoa. Ice while

Miss Ella Sassee, Mrs. W. C. Hel- of the call, the power, the victories ceremony. there a year takln' a course in X- warm. Cut in squares when cool. A & BRAND

1"", mintoller] of Hawthorne, Mrs. R. and also the personal wit Mis. Marjenhoff attended Brad ray and lab -. ., Hope she won'tbe SPINACH, 2 Picnic Cans ________ 13c
ji! O. Kidd, Sr., Miss Bessie Davis, nessing of Bible characters. Mrs. ford County High School after able to "see, right through" us Scavenger Hunt Enjoyed

and Miss Emmie Atkinson of Jerry Moore gave sketches of the which she attended school In when she gets back home, r WHITE HOUSE EVAFORATKD

it: Richmond, Va., and Richard Hel- lives of some of the early witnesses Washington, D. C., where she Hear it's CORPORAL Charles Members of the senior Baptist MILK Small Can 3c Tall Can 6c<
__
\ mmtoller of Washington, D. C. for Christianity, namely, made her home for two years. For William Chalker now Promotion Young People's Union held a _

'J",'' Justin Martyr, Ufllas, and Olgo the past few months she has been recently announced in list "Scavenger Hunt" last Friday EIGHT O'CLOCK-&ULD-MELLOW
:i t- Holy Week Services of Russia.Mlaa employed In the office of her of appointments at The Citadel night.

.i; To Be Held Soon Clyde Nelle Thomas sang father's dry cleaning establishment : Based ,on "academic standing, After the hunt the members COFFEE, 3 Lb. Bag ___________ 39c.
two selections accompanied at the here. leadership, personality, military went to Miss Clyde Nell Thomas'

.rf Morning and evening services of piano by Mrs. L. A. Canova, after Mr. Marjenhoff received his bearing and neiUness" Congratulations home where they were .served 70.80 Size PRUNES, Lb. ___ ___ SC
1 worship were conducted In the which Mrs. Carden concluded the education from the Jacksonville Bill tempting refreshments of hot

First Methodist Church Sunday program by giving definite illustrations schools and at present is connected Mrs. Sorchie Baird of Brooker chocolate, sandwiches and fudge. I NBC, FRKSII DELICIOUSCHOCOLATE Bulk, U .

'.:, by the pastor, the Rev. Frank of how the spirit of with the electrical depart- I wants me to pass the good word Those enjoying the evening I GRAHAMS 20c<
:, Robinson. The choir sang Pope's evangelism has increasingly manifested ment of the city. Mr. and Mrs. along about the, school play at were: Miss Jenelle Hutchinga,: _.. _

'f' anthem "He Leadeth Me," and itself \iu all Christianity. Marjenhoff will make their homeIn Brooker, March 1 O. K. I'm Miss Doris Crews, Miss Eloise Bullock 'j:

v the subject) for they hour was During the business meeting It Jacksonville. ,passin' It ', ? Would be nice If a Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas,I IONA.OLEOMA1iGERUVE
'fir "Civilization and Culture." was announced that the Personal good crowd from here went out and Warren Fredrick.[ i PLAIN OR SEL.' RISINGFLOUR NUTLEY, Lb. lOcA

; The evening hour consisted oft Service Committee would hold to be given at the New River for it Our communities should & P TUB OR PRINT
cottage prayer meetings. Plans Assoclatlonal Mission study claax cooperate with one another in
several organ selections, congregational I BUTTER Lb 35c
were also made for the luncheon on Friday February 23. things of this sort ,
.::1 singing, and a lenten _. ....
s I,,Jii J Hear Mrs. W. B. Sewell has a DRY SALT WHITE
t:. message by the pastor, "Who Is
This?" being the subject and re- Carolyn Callstreet marble-top table that belonged to 5 Lb. Bag __ 17c BACON, Lb. lOc
one of the signers of the Declaration
i, latlng to the question asked by PICNIC
,* of Independence It's de- r 12 Lb. Bag 39c
friend! and foe alike concerning r- -
lovely, I'm told HAMS Lb. 15c
i .. _
I the of Jesus ii ,
:31 person Know what the i + 24 Lb. Bag 73c .
She Comes Across A Letter. wallpaper said _ SMOKED BACONSQUARES
;'I( Next Sunday morning the pastor to the drunk? "Don't lean on i

.'J *: will conduct the services andtha H'lo folks Those Pl'eMarchwlnda Careful girls You might me, big boy-I'm plastered, too" 48 Lb. Bag __ $1.39 Lb. 12c
;; \ service will be the'.a c
evening sho' do blow i ,", Wai kin'mighty get too good with all that Storekeeper say: "What Con- 1 -
piac ANN
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monthly worship that Is conducted fucious 8 Oz. Jar ,1
easy these blustery day tlce : say don't help business

,,"fi by.,the members of Members the Intermediate of- You jus' steer your course Well Well How things do one little,bit" JELLY ______ 9c ____:- 15c
Department. and the wind takes you where A nice slice of angel food caketo
'. thoJ. 3enfor-Young People's Deportment get around, First/ I snltchet ANN
j you're goln' with practically no all my little friends whose PAGGel.tin Desserts
will assist. an Item from the Madison .
'f Special effort a-tall, a-tall It has paper birthdays come this week: Tom
,:!.\ musical numbers will be given by absolutely no regard for my new Frank tellln about the exploits of one Harding ((23rd), James Mayes SPARKLE, 3 Pkgs. ____ ______ __ lOc
Carpenter ex-localite
i who
{ young people hais'-do, though Wouldn' went on a wild dove chase, and (23rd), Mrs. Freeman Register ANN .AGE-DeUcfoWl Pure Fruit 1 Lb. Jar 2 Lb. Jar
\ Holy Week will be observed mind If I could look as' pretty as ((24th), Percy Sullivan (25th),
if: shot at a Tallin' leaf Instead of .
;"' from March 17 through Easter Betty Green does In one of those bird Hollls a May Priest 26th), Charley Johns Colltiion PRESERVES _____.. __ ____ 17c _--_ 29cA
Knight saw it In .
/ nets ((27th), Mrs. L. O. Powell (28th Liability .
bright-colored ),
March Tentative
;,; Sunday, 24th. my col. and wrote Frank a letterof Or & P
Fir Can
and Patsy Roberts r' n mil Tempting Delightful No. 2/j
to .
Biggest crowd I ever hope ((28th)
'A: plans Include special observance consolation Frank takes I It roWING /../
see on Call Street here last Sat to the Madison Let's all rise and sing "Happy FRUIT COCKTAIL __, __ __ 19c
v. of" Palm Sunday March 17th; a afternoon Robert paper They Birthday To Yooooouuu Not ONE*xp.nto .. _
tidy to ogle
publish it And here it Is, back &. ncfarvcT .
joint service Wednesday night Wadlow, the elght-foot-nlner w over here Be sure and remember not to i IONA RED RIPB-,OFULL PACK
again! .
Anyhoo, Say Lallit OH,
i. March 20th between the First As one spectator remarked, "If Ibadn.t forget the basketball dance at the
without
further TOMATOES
ado, here's the I AM'HAROLD In.aNHlI ) No. 2 Can 6c
__ _ ___ __
seen him with my own armory tonight (Friday) The
y j,} Methodist Church, First Presbyterian letter Ver' infrestln' I'll say:
I wouldn't have believed ball club needs the
\ Church, and Saint Marks eyes "Dear Frank:- proceeds and SUNNVFIELD Plain or Self Rising
'' It." Hazel Matthews had a you need the procedure To C. WALL
'ff Episcopal Church, to be held in tiuck-sldt' stand She was In "I see that some Jealous hunter say nothin' of the exercise FLOUR, 5 Lbs. ___ 25c 12 Lbs ___ 51c
"'v the First Presbyterian Church; a has maligned your fair XVG E Kl C 'V
front of the p. o.: and before she reputation Doctors say dancln' Is a swell
;.' slmilitr Joint Communion service as a dove shot.
It WALKERS
la
knew what was happen there really bad< way to reduce those waistlines P ,
Thursday night March 21st in she was Carried down bodily when they turn the power of the and that hips (Jus1 GENERAL INfURA CHILI
; watch all
YOU HAVE.f VA Oz. Can 15c
t the Flnt Methodist Church the POWDER
; press upon a defenseless man, 110 the gala flock _,w._.....
by the crowd r out now) PLEASE 14
annual Three-Hour Good PHONE O
:fv Friday I hasten to
| Rudolph) Andrews and Joe assure you that at So long See you there .
:\, service, 12 noon until 3 o'clock, least one of your old friends will NATIONAL CIIERRY
charter members of a BALLARDSWEEK
Noegel are Carolyn..
'' in'the Saint" Marks Episcopal not believe It against -- 4
.: Church; and the annual Sunrise very exclusive organization called you. Obelisk-Plain or', Self
"If
the We Shook Hands Wfth"RobertWadlow anyone doubts your
L I' Service In the Presbyterian prowess Ann PagRed Sour Rising
Club .. After the big as a hunter you might remind
? Pltteel No.
V Church Easter Z 2 Can"
| Sunday morning.
'1 Youare cordially Invited to keep boy graciously consented to shake them of the trip we took on a box GUARANTEED 10,000 MILESPISTON F LOU R
with them, they paid him a buck mounted on a tireless (before we CHERRIES 25c
these dates for these
)',' -week open day services during religious not to bestow the honor upon any returned) Model T, upon which Ann E'age-Royal Ann 5 Lbs. ,,__ _'__ 27eCHERRIES
one else The best the rest of trip so deponent deposes, you did
i Holy Week and to meet with I. 10 Lbs. 49cNo.
your
friends us can do now Is to shake hands slay, slaughter, kill, murder and RING SPECIAL ___
!In the places designated at
I with Joe or Rudolph! utterly annihilate twenty-seven 1 Can
', the times appointed. ((27)) doves with shot 12c 20 Lbs. '_'_... 93cCALittOLlVh
Bill Plummer says he sure Is one of your .
"" glad I wasn't allowed out at the trusty fowling piece, better knownas -

Young Demo stag barbecue las' "long Tom," to say nothing of I Z Regular Size 2 Large Rio

week Well, maybe I wasn'i numerous squirrels rabbits, quail, We guarantee to stop excessiveOil SOAP llc 15c
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BUSINESS ,_ _
there In person but a couple of: and one 12-foot gator that perished u ___ __ -

my etool-pigeons were so I know upon subsequent discharges of Consumption
DIRECTORY : everything that went on But said "long Tom. You had better on your Ford V-8 OCTAGON CLEANSER, Can __ __ 4c

--. i don't worry boys I won't not mention the baas perch Jack
?). print a word of it Even If a and catfish caught on that trip, For CONCENTRATED 3 Small Rote: Largo nos

; few of you didn't get back in nor the gopher we gathered in on SUPERSUDS ,. 25c .*_ 20c
town till six o'clock Friday morn- I the way home. At any rate we s
The drink In' : had a h-- of a load for two OCTAGON 5 SmaU Bar 3 Large I tan
I9S0
that Jus' this one little tattle, please country boys when we started LAUNDRY
Then I'll keep quiet like a home, even If the bird dog fell off SOAP _._ lOc __ Y__ lOc

y everybodyknow8 good little girl It did look so the box seven times on the way

funny though early las' Friday In. THIS IS TOTAL COST TO YOU I scoco SUNNY FIELD PURELARD

mornln' to see Kap Duncan's pick- "The best I can remember, you COMPOUND
( u up truck in front of Frank Land- shot no falling leaves whatever, (Bulk) '

5ct rum's house, Noon Walnwrlght's and I am sure that you never NOTHING ELSE TO BUY

Plymouth In front of Kap'a. and since have been any more under LARD 1 Lb. Carton __ 8c
.f Frank's V-8 in front of Rawson the Influence of
the
...;. Davis' Unnentand there was cheers. cup that h_ -_ -- -_ I 2 Lb. Pkg. 19c 2 Lb. Carton I5c
rOCA-COLA nOT. CO. quite a logical explanation for the "Beit wishes --ter I

shuffle, but to anyone uninformedIt H. V. KNIGHT."
WE ARE

PRESCRIITIONEXPERTS had might been have looked like there For fear that some of my read A & P FOOD STOREOwned

,; Evelyn a Stump merry, mlxup Ros Williams.. I.ers better will get than the he idea is, I that hasten Frank to J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

CARPENTER'S Abble Harley, and Blanch Van- add that the 27 luckless doves (re- and Operated by The Great Atlantic and

The Rezall Store dlvlere clusive are four-member formulatln' a Ver' ex erred to above) were huddled Starke, Florida Pacific Tea Company

bridge club ,peacefully in a tree when Frank I STARKE FLORIDAb



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BKADFORO COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA ___ ___ PAGE FIB ,
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UBITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr and 1.1rs.V.. G Stnith had Singing Over WKUF : Receive Commodities I For $,.inol nnnnl. I' ;"'
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as week-end guests Mrs. L M. ( I horrliy nnnouncu my iinctMa.'jrfoi ...
nomination aw a mernherof the I 6, '
.. DeSha and daughter. Marjorie of "The Silvertone Gospel Sing_I A total of 443 Bradford County School lion nl from Otxlrlrt T"I'" :/ ':-
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- Wildwood; Mr and Mrs W. L. era," u quartette composed of 'families ure receiving/ surplus HiH,J.ii, to the will of the Dfmowaili II ,' "f+1

1 Joe Wilkins and son, Joe Friends of Mrs. H. C. Brown E. D. Andreu a former resident Edwards and daughter. Fredrlcka four colored<< men of Starke may' commodities<< from the State Welfare !- lion' May voter 7.. In If elected tho Primary I will Klcc-\rllllKonllx f ',I ''j, ;

c visiting relatives In Ten- will regret to learn that she la ill I of the Brooker section and now of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Frank be heard every Thursday after- Hoard. work for better HraOfnrd a,
at her home on Call Street. County Hvhool. Vour vote and .up- d'I' .
living in Lake City, was a visitorto G. Bauknight and daughter Jane noon over radio station WRUF in. port appreciated.Itenpectfully. .! ;

I Starke last Friday. Merrill also of Jacksonville. Gainesville\ at 4:15: o'clock. The' C. .'1. T. C. Information '

land Mrs. G. B. Flynn were Mrs. Geo. H. Inman Is studying singers are: Sam Wetherspoon --- S. Jo:. SPARKS.! ; : I

|L visitor In Floral CityA I x-ray and laboratory work at the I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree Among those attending one of David Thomas Homer Adkins, Young: men between the ages Fur fouvty (.o..I..lon.r-II.t.I: 1 '

I Macon Hospital In Macon Ga. I of Jacksonville\ were guests Sun- the showing of "Gone With The and Geo. Domu. Many favorable of 17 and 29, who are interestedin I wish to announce that I am Kcandidate 6 !
attending the Citizens Military << for member of the Boardof t
day of Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. Wind" In Jacksonville recentlywere comments have been heard from I County Commissioners front l>le- I

D. Williamson of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. : Mrs. Juniua M. Smith, Joan those who have turned in on their Training Camp this summer may trlrt Two subject. to will of Dem "
A obtain application blanks and ocratlo votera of Ilradford County.If .
I Is the guest of Mr. and and Miss Carolyn Green spent Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward programs. elected. I will strive to render i
ton further Information from the C. f
Monday afternoon in Gainesville.\ Friends of Burns Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson a fair and Impartial .."rvh.... An. tn I I'
I Bishop. Mrs. L. A. Davis
A .
I M, T. C. Commander Fort my alilllty, I offer my record as ,
"" will regret to learn that she la Mr. and Mrs J. Morgan Darby Dance In ArmoryCarl Screven Georgia, councilman of the City of (Mark*. '1'/

W. M. Wimberly and Mr*. Friends of Mrs. U A. Green confined to her home because of Mrs. C. B. Flynn, Mrs. L. G. \V. M. (MITCH) KmVAItDH.' :/t .;iFar
Powell Miss Etta Tlson Miss Roberta and<<1 his orchestra 1\
spent Wednesday will be glad to learn that she has Illness. '
Jennings Lorraine Smith and Al of of Lake City will play for a danceIn 4'uanly 'om..I""loa.UI. :9 I I
onvUle. recovered after being ill at her Rogers tLl At the request of a few of my 11' I
home on Walnut Street. Mrs. A. W. Anderson will leave the State Farm, T. Frank Land- the armory tonight sponsored rHERE'4 TO friends. I again offer myself ai acandldnte '

land W. B. Parks re- tomorrow for Haverford, Pa., rum Joe Wilkins Mrs. S. L. Peek by the Independent basketball THEIR HEALTH' .I District for County Two pledging PommlMnlonerfiom you 't I.:lj E ",
Mrs after spending two weeks here Miss Frances Peek, Jimmy Peek team in an effort to raise moneyto that I will give you the bent Rervlrethat ''
H. C. Wall
from a business of Tallahassee en
Sunday for uniforms. I can possibly' render Thank !
pay
and Leonard Peek.*
Atlanta Ga. route to South Florida was the with her family. KngliMh students desirous of In* you for past and future supputt 'I
getting job on Canadian farm I um. J )
guest Tuesday of his parents Mr. CARD OF THANKS Respectfully, i 1 ; '\
and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hatfield and Rotarians EntertainedBy learn to milk At a special diilry U I* Edith Rowe is spending I wish to thank our friends and '
B. R. Wltkovskl were In Jacksonville school In England.We .
lime in Olustee aa the guest Dr M. B. Herlong MondayDr. neighbors; for the many expres- :: '
and Mrs. J. F. Howell. Friends of Mrs. Melv McKin- Sunday attending showingof sions of sympathy and for the take pride in our Job, giving For C'uuNtr .' mlni lo..*r-I>lot.t: !yt

1| ney will be glad to learn that she "Gone With The Wind. M. B. Herlong was host to beautiful flowers sent during the the moat punctual service possible dltlate. .1 hereby for announce myself. a can $

the week. has recovered after being 111 at member of the Rotary Club of Illness and death of my beloved BO that fresh milk and<< cream from District Cnunty Three (Ro"thCtarke Commissioner/ ) '. f \ \. ,

IE. L. Biggs "spent her home for some time. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville Starke Monday night at his log mother :Mrs. Mandy Hodges may adorn your breakfast table subject to action of the voter I In
with her
St. Augustine JGriffin.HO. was the guest Tuesday of cabin on the banks of Little Santa Mrs. Melvin McKinney dally. Our customer agree'! that the 1940.Democratlo I am In favor Primary of better of May reads 7.

:Mrs O. Friends of Mrs. G. P. Parrishof her son-in-law and daughter Fe Lake. The' occasion was his the rich quality of OUR milk cannot for our county and If elected will

Auburndale, formerly of Starke Congressman and Mrs. R. A. beten.. work for the good' of our countyat I
.
sixty-fourth birthday anniversary this attractive cabin. all (III"...
[ Rivera of Auburndale will regret to learn that she is Green. L. WTXV.
Members of the club gathered After supper the guests gathered Phone your order J.
this week of Mr. I'I'I .
j guest seriously 111 at her home. I -
at six o'clock and were served a around<< the huge open fire- I'ETERSON'SSupreme

jrs. Mallory Thomas. Mr. J, B. Boatright of South delicious baked ham and Boston place and enjoyed songs by the Milk & Cream Fop 4'oMatr (Cnmmliiiilonrr... l''
Friends of A. J. Griffis will Carolina, former president of the II At the request| of many of my
regret I baked bean supper at a long table "Rotary Chanters" and fish storiesby IIEALTII BUILDERS friends, I hnrpby: announce my candidacy \ .
Kitty Hogsed spent the I to learn that he Is confinedto Baptist W. M. U. of South Carolina placed in the large living room of Dr. Herlong and others. rhone 114 For Delivery'\ << for t'ounty CommlnHloner of ''I'I
nd In Jacksonville with her St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville was the guest yesterday and I district number one Lawtey, .nub i '
JfI"I to the will of I the Democratic '
rs. Kitty Lane. I because of Illness. today of Mrs. A. M. Darby. voters. nf the rtlmrlct. 1 feel that

my pact experience well quallflen.

[ and Mr- '.S.-E. -Smith of Mrs. Sallie Tison left Tuesdayfor Mr. and Mrs. Victor Thomas of II POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I office RIM <
were guests Monday of Tampa where she will\ spend Jacksonville were week-end guestsof for punt. and future .support I am ,'I I 1
the next months Mr. Thomas' mother, Mrs. E. For Clrralt Jad.. ''bunlnimiillkeadmlnlMrMton. Respectfully, )
Mrs. W. P. Smith. two with her sla For Cony Judge fop an rronomlrul, J. M. IlOBlRlt.Knr t''
ter", Mrs. N. N Norton. M. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. A. I I announce my candidacy' for Right year ago the good people I will strive to Po..
-
Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial of Bradford County elected me to make Hrudfnrd County outstandingIn
Eldridge Smith and Mrs. J. Wilkinson. Circuit of Florida. In Group one, be County Judge., and for seven educational<< work and will appreciate .'..'m.,y ('.,nin l..loi er-l>l,.. 4 1
of Shubuta, Miss., Miss Martha BroWnlee of Jacksonville and Mnllrlt. the support. of all democratic year I have nerved them In an efficient your support thereby, announce my oanfllilacy '. j
oney elector In the 1940 primary, andallfactory manner, & KELLY for the office. of County ('omml."II.I.r ..- ,
uesday in Jacksonville., was'the guest:) 'Wednesday W. M. Wainwright and son 1>. E. KNIQ1IT. time operated the I PlKtrlct. Number Four com : '
afternoon of"her parentsv'Mr: 'and Billy, and four of Billy's\ friends M.tath'.naa.: extremely low cost to Per School Heard->U< ''II' prMfntr" ; the'' vollnir ''l>r clnet w y.rj< i ,

jessman R. A. (Lex) Green Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. I of Tallahassee spent the week-end For Clrralt' Jailer the hesitation tax payor, I hereby Therefore announce, without for I hereby announce myself l n can Orahain elected, Hampton I prornlan and ThereMxa.If honest. <

D. C. I at the Wainwright's cottage on re-election. a* County Judge and illdate for m-vlwftlon. from School faithful and economical admlnl ,
Washington. .
.d to Hoard District No. J subject to the
auk. for tratlon of said office. ; I
Friends of Mrs. W. E. Middle Kingsley Lake. your support and vote. notion of voters ut the Primary .
tiday after .spending fourt 1C. K, runitYMAN, County Judge' The voto and support of all
ton will regret to learn that she May ,7, 1940. If liiftoil I promiseto Itemncratlu voter. are eatneMtlyollclted
his home here.ntaWord. t tee continue a fair conm'lentlotia and .. t'l, i ii
Ls ill at her home on Madison Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Smith spent equitable ailmlnlHlmtlon of this office T. ('. rilASTAlNf.
Fur '
Avenue. Sunday afternoon in Palatka as !Supervisor of Registration to the heat of my ability. : '
I am a candidate for the officeof Respectfully<< ,
guests of their, son-in-law and Supervisor nf Registration of hi J. MCWIS. For fount School 11..1'1.! ........ '',,I
daughter Mr. anti Mrs. F. W. Kradfcrd County Florida subject to
; Mrs. E. E. Canova Is spendingthis the Democratic I hereby announce my candidacy
week in Tallahassee with her Varnedoe. Primary and re- for the office of Superintendent 0'i
pectfully solicit and
your vote For Count? t'orml.sloner-tlst. a
I'ublln Instruction of Mr art ford
,
i 1
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Hupport. '. I hereby l nnnounro myself n candidate County subject to the will of the '4 t' 1Democratio
JAMES ) .
HOLXINO8WOKTII. for Cnunly I.'omml..lo..r.Hi"trlct ,
Mrs..G. L. Patten. Friends of little Dottle Sue eleotorn In the primary
number three, and earnestlysellcit
ED TO BUY cows and Biggs will be glad to learn that -- your vole and nupport. promising election this Important on May 7.office 1940. I If pledge electedto to f J',< ,

Market prices paid on nil Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- she Is recuperating at the homeof For Moprrvlmtr MeaUtratloa ..* of If elected said.. .office to discharge In" fair thed..I1. the people of thin county I a safe. I"(
I wish to sound administration of
announce candidacy and
my '
[ es. J. D. ODOM, box 2U.e baum of Jacksonville were guests her grandmother Mrs. O. J. for the office of Supervisor of economical. and bunln. ..-Uke mann a"n.L the dull.* Involved Your vote and '
Fla 3.31-lyr.p Sunday of Mrs. Nussbaum's parents Griffin, in St. Augustine. Registration of Bradford Countyaubject r. Thanking you for your IIHHUtanct active support will be greatly ap- I i i'
'
1 ,
am
to the will of the votnre In prvclated.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. the Democratic Primary of May 7, YOUTH respectfully, im. w, K. Minnr.KTO.ir.: : I i"
TED-sterilized (boiled) cot- Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs K. G. 1940. I feel that I am capable of It. T* 1.I2K. t)

with no buttona. No and B. Newsome carrying out the duties of this office '... 10 a:
rags Friends of W. J. Johns will regret Duncan J. were k and promise. to serve the people For !School' O"ard-IU. !t For ( Iy Naperlntentlent '
|ts. Will 5-cents per those attending of the to the bent of After moving back home my 1'1' fl'
pay one
ability. Your
to learn that he is 111 at the among my I wish to announce that I will many friend throughout the county' '! ..
d for those meeting our home of his son-in-law and daughter showings of "Gone With theWind" tt, vote and support. will be elncerelyappreciated. bn a candidate for the office of have per.uad.d. me te run for $uperlntendent h'
/K.-hool Hoard Member from UlvtrlctThrtr ( of I'ublln instruction ;,t "
roval. Bradford County in last week.
J. .
Jacksonville F.
Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas. KUUIKer. .
comprising' Hampton Graham for Bradford County. I hereby an'I
|graph. tf Urooktr and New River If nounce< my candidacy for the officeof

Friends of L. E. Miner will regret Mrs. Annie Schell has returnedto For School' Hoard-ItUt. :.1 elected I will perform my dutlee superintendent of I'ubllo. InMtructlon 't 1"
SALE-Brand new 5roome. In a iMiHlnean-IIke manner and give for Bradford County ul h- "I
to learn that he Is still con- her home in Lake Butler after If elected School Board member my time and energy to the upbuilding Jnet to the primaries In May 1910. i j,
Modern In every,detail. from District Three I t If fair, nonfat, ,
wherehe spending some time here as the will dt" of our schools, always using pronilne elected a
d location. J2.50O F. H. A. fined to a Palatka hospital charge my duty to the very bet of economy where economy. .should economical. and businesslike IdnllI'n'
Is seriously ill guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. And- my ability not using swayed to and ha un..d. Thanking you In advancefor iHlration. 1 earnestly. solicit your .
s. Wilson Bealty.Corp. It erson. To the Voter. of the Klfthth Ju'll- fro for the unmerited benefit of your '1NI. am, Nlncerely, vote and support
nlD I rl*>ntilt' f n m a candidate for any person. but will --- -- -
|SALE-Good new seeds that Mrs. J. W. Klncaid returned Circuit' 'Jjd'l"Jf the" lOlHThlh Judicial '
Tuesday after spending several Miss Lois Adkins has returnedto Circuit to succeed Judge A. Z.
succeed. Strlnglesa beans
.
Adkln.. I shall appreciate your
derson Bush Limas and days In Tampa with her parents. Jacksonville where she will re- vote and mipportIIKNUY' I .

books, potatoes tomatoes, Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Durden. sumo her duties as a member of I-. GRAY FREE DELIVERY

Dumber and squash peanuts the faculty of the Riverside ialneNVllIe Florida

Velvet beans and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williamsand Grammar School.
corn For Clerk of the Circuit Court S. R. Johns PHONE
as-at White's Starke,'Fla. family were visiting relativesIn To the people ..f Bradford County:
2-2 4t Williston Sunday. Miss Virginia Kldd returned Sincerely trusting that I may be
Sunday to Hawthorne after spend. permitted to continue to nerve you
a* your Clerk of the Circuit Court
weeks here with her
two
ing
for this
I announce my candidacy
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and office aubjnct lo the next Democratic 45 f,
NAT SEZ: Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Primary. I appreciate the kInd.
neim and confidence shown me by
-- all of our people, and In return 1 I & Sons
I always thought that I wax an Mrs. H. A. Bishop Miss Harriet have rendered and for no lone a. PLENTY OF PARKING
average size man until last Saturday I hold office will continue to
the mistakeof Bishop Nina Bishop and render every service and courtesyIn SPACE P
when I mode
top their house guest, Mrs. A.. D. my power. Your. assistance will t'
making a public uppeanijiice be appreciated. NEAR TfHO S A. L. DEPOT
/1 l on the same platform with Robert Williamson of Bradenton pent A. J. THOMAS CASH AND CARRY PRICES 1
Tallahassee
last week-end In as
Wadlow the tall boy.
guests of Mrs. W. S. Freeman. For ("0..'" Tmw follertor
The first fellow I met the next I hereby announce my candidacy
to succeed myself a* Tax Collectorof OUR SPECIAL SPRY
morning<< said "Hello Shorty. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Bradford County, subject. to the

That taught me a leMon; from I son, Mack, G. M. Sistrunk and Joe 7th.Democratlo, 1940.. primary I have tried to be to held render May COFFEE, Pound 15 C 3 Pounds 49c p

now on when you see me walking Sistrunk spent Sunday In Tallahassee you faithful, honest and efficient Yi11Staley'a

down the street, it will probablybe as guests of Mr and Mrs. :: c"tlya".Orl Y[ ius.. support' I oanJ;: 1 If

with a little runt. Futch's son and daughter-In-law, If elected again, I shall continueto PEANUT

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch. render you the name. service a* IOC 20c
I have In the pant.. STARCH, 3 for BUTTER, 2 !lb.
While They LastMEN'S C. A. KNIOIIT

WORK Mrs. C. E. Jones Mrs. Eldridge -.

WORK /r.rvn' Smith and her mother Mrs. J. T. For Count? Tax Ansensor Fancy YorkAPPLES PEACHES '
VjUUU SHOES I hereby announce my candidacyfor
PANTSaki.DenimPowder Toney of Shubuta Miss., accom- re-election to the office ofAssessor 10 lOc
make your panied by Mrs. P. A. Ilrlnson of of Taxes.With 3 lb. C NO. 2 1-2 CAN
| Bluese my experience and the results ,
Friday In Cedar
Hugh spent
In the way of tax reduction
pants are now sell- Burden Lighter Keys. during my present administration
I feel no hesitancy In asking for SMOKED TOMATOES
for $1.25 but while our the continued support of the votera.

pply lasts the price: is Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings :yearn If. re-elected.of. courteous I promise and four efficient more I BACON, Lb. IOC NO. 2 CAN 6c
Convinced Montle of Gainesville
still only be and daughter service.Thanking. II
were guests of his parents you most sincerely' for

$1.00 and Mrs. T M. Hutcblnga, your vote and support., I am
Jfr. Your respectfully' SUGAR SAUSAGE if'
recently and will be this week. E. W. UA YES. 23c 15c
Special Sale in end. 5 Pounds MEAT, Lb. I II

For Hberirt llradfnrd Coaolr
|EN'S LEATHER Alt To the voter of Bradford CountYI!
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis recently I hereby annuunce myself a candidate I I'
JACKETS :IEs visited Mrs. Davis' sister, for re-election, to the office of Fat Hen*-Dressed Chase Sanborn
t yy Hherlff, and If nominated and reelected 15c 21cI
Mrs. Edward Wolf who Is confined I promise to continue my or Alive lb. COFFEE lb. .

Horsehide Jacket $6.95 7 to St. Vincent's Hospital In effort honest to'Impartial give .a clean.and, r.rolfre"alve. ;

Cape Skin Jacket $5.98 Jacksonville because of serious ministration and enforcement of the

I Cape Skin Jacket $4.98 ;> Illness. law. I earnestly solicit your cup- Pork Sweet

I Suede Leather $3.98 t port. A. O, ANDREU. 1 0 15
SHOULDER lb. C POTATOES 10 Ibs. C
Will Pay You To Buy r Cone.Mrs.Mlns M. F.Willa Hazen Vida MH! Killings-Ida Lee For Representative-- i

I Now At These Prices I wish tn announce my candidacy -
$2.25 worth and Miss Margie Mathewswere for ltepree.ntative to the LETTUCE Kitchen
In Jacksonville Tuesday of Hints L-glnlutur from Bradford
xtra Special BarJtainsMEN'S ; + County. If elected. I promise' to 15c 5C
last week attending "Gone With guard the Interest of the taxpayer 2 For MATCHES, 2 For
j SHOES The Wind." of this and will oppose any
tens
x bill that In Increase taxo*. I t',
|ne lot of Men's Suede -Mrs. Milton Brownleeand am against the No. Fence Hill 100
e Mr. and percent J will Introduce a bill to Pork Bradford County
lather shoes with crepe daughter, Catherine 0 f i provide adequate pension; : for the 121Lc CJo25'We

bber and leather soles. "t 4 Gainesville were guests Sunday of I, needy"red of this tape."state I ,will and oppose to eliminate any- CHOPS, lb. LARD, can 4 '

ese are regular $4.08 Mr. Brownlee's parents, Mr. and bill that facorn a private corporation -
or Interest over the common,
Catherine
Brownlee.
eters Shoes-on sale at Mrs. J. M. people. 1 know wbat the people of Buy White Hens TOILET
remained for a longer visit with this county want and I will serve
$1.98Closing her grandparents.Mr. them to the beet of my ability lorI 1 0 4111
good of the county and not for Market Prices TISSUE, 3 for C
At
the advancement, of myself politi- ;
Out All and Mrs. C. A. Futch and cally or financially. Your vote and t
support will be sincerely appreciated. .
-
son Mack G. M. Sistrunk, Joe .
ALL & WINTER Sistrunk and Miss Dorothy White RALPH ALVAREZ.
_I Wilson & Toomer FertilizerStrawberry 'I
SHOES those attending one
were among .
For ( ...!? r.*._l...l..er-Illst. S
SH ,at... .upper of the showings of "Gone With I wish to announce that I am a
men s suede and patent half rubber heel l The Wind" In Jacksonville re- candidate for the office of County

Ihers-formerly sold to .... ".xI.'*. lane P S cently.Mr. 'Commissioner solicit from the District support Five.of the Iearnestly 3-9-3 Bradford K

$:.1.50-Now eoooVf".th.ARWttrSternberg's*soles S S 0 voter. Special ton 25.00 Special ton 24 50

1.98 lO 1 and Mrs. Errol Alvarez' returned -M. O. IIARRBU.I per per .

Wednesday from Tampa. Il

They were accompanied home by am F.a .eltlun C..A.'J.4.trt mark: and

their daughter, Miss Virginia Bradford Cennty and have qualified
who has been seriously to ae.k the office ut County Judge 4-7-5 Bradford If Prices Are Wanted On
Alvarez of Bradford County, and It elected,
27.50
D. Friends of Miss Alvarem will by the wood people of my Special ton 3
b: tnti per
be glad to learn that she U Im t my will.Milt I nerve,. them to the Cheaper Fertilizer-We Have Ita

,proving. LON 1. HOOVER






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P." -& SIX.. nu e gtAn yoRr) COCNTT TsuEaitArn.! STAXKJE. eroaj.\ .n____ FRIDAY.FARMERS' BRU'\RY.: ..
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I r Boll Weevil I 1300 Fine Steers spent last Friday nigh

il" SECTION f LIVE STATE NEWS I sonvllle, the guest of ''at!II"1It
Able To Survive
Expected At Mr. I
: .. .. .. -...-- ---_ .. ----..-'.. .. -- .. --- and Mrs. c r Mpvla! >
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j Severe ColdI Fat Stock Show daughter, Edna, of 81'Ioker
BtNTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I RURAL !I i ON FEDERAL BENCH JUSTICE BREAKS RECORD [ visiting relative here Sun.r.

COMMON SENSE I belief that the cotton boll .iI I Prospects are good for nearly Tampa. William J. Barker TallahasseeJustice James B. Miss Maggie Parmente Of:

t II I weevil did not survive the recent 300 of the finest steers ever assembled :33-year-old; former Florida circuit Whitfield started his thirty- stone Heights spent the west

:rooDS) CHOSKN I WISELYIt FAT STOCK cold weather In Florida and that in Florida to be entered Judge from Bartow has taken seventh year on the Florida Supreme here with Mr and Mrs 1.

has been but a little over a1 1 Since the Inauguration of the I I next Summer's cotton In the sixth annual Florida Fat his place on the bench of the Federal Court bench last week Jones.

quarter of a century since vitamin I Florida Fat Stock Show and Sale j consequently Stock Show and Sale In Jacksonville court of the Southern District pleased because "the people have Newton Rhoden and
will be attacked SOD,
not
A was discovered. Today. this in Jacksonville six ;years ago interest .I I this crops la unwarranted by, February 27 and %8. It was of Florida succeeding retirIng been mighty nice to me." In all man, of Delray spent a few
,
vitamin ia known to be one of the in this event has steadily pest entirely revealed at a recent meeting of Judge Alexander AJcerman. the history of the court: no other here last week visiting Ills
to Dr. WUraon Newell brr
indispensable item in the diets increased and the quality of the according the committee in charge. Justice has served so long but the and stster-ln-law Mr
State Plant Board commissioner.Nwueroue and
of human beings. Vitamin A iaa. animal exhibited has improved Entries are expected from as ANOTHER FOR SENATESt. 79-year-old Jurist thinks mostly M. Rhoden Mr. Rhoden Ji:

dlstinft chemical substance with I year by ;year. : experiments over far west a* Holmes County and Petersburg,-Plnellas Representative of the present and the future and were enroute to Jasper ana,1

definite function to perform ini t This steadily growing interest many years throughout the cot a* far south as Marlon and St. W D. Outman of this not of past accomplishments owns a farm. They were whet

1>s. body. It Is necessary forgoat is a healthy sign for the state's ton belt have shown that low Johns. W. J. Sheely. animal husbandman city distinguished for his advocacy panied to Jasper by his bro,'

nutrition at all ages ttj livestock: industry and a recognition temperatures do not exterminatethe with the State Agricul- of taxation and assessment FARLEY NAMES DATE M. Rhoden.

r help to promote normal growth. |' of the value of the show in boll weevil. Dr. Newell points tural Extension Service has recently reform in the State Legislature Miami. The Democratic National Mr*. J. L. Gaskins spent y,

Children who do not get enough promoting the production of Improved out. Even temperature as low visited most of the steerson has announced he will be a candidate Convention will meet In night in Jacksonville with
as 0, while they destroy more '
vitamin A when their teeth are cattle in Florida. feed for the show and reportedthat for the United States Senatein Chicago beginning Monday July atlves.

a forming may have defective teeth. I With the sixth annual stibw than the weevils average, do number not kill of hibernating all they are of uniformly: ex- the May Democratic primaries. 16, to pick nominees for president Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Ran.bt.

la fact. anyone' wbo does not jet I now coming up farmers and 4-H cellent quality. He says they will and vice-p.-esldent. Postmaster the State Farm were vlaltJnr,
of he declares.
them Temperatures
.aU the vitamin A he needs will club boys are priming and getting excel animal exhibited in any GIANT TURTLE FOSSIL James A. Farley announced and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins laat It
lower-than 10
note bad effects sooner or later their animals in the "pinkof no degrees previous show. and will equal, Sebrlng.-One of the Interesting the date. As chairman of the nesday night.
have been found to leave
.r although there, won't be any star condition" to vie for honors in usually those assembled anywhere. Prof.I sights at Highland Hammock Democratic National committee, This community haa tea
normal survival of the weevil.
Uinjf symptoms tmmediately. the exhibits. The show this year L. V. Starkey of Clemson College i State Park, Is the fossilized remains he acted Just one day after the calving quit a bit of rain

When diet are too low in vitamin to be held on February 37 and 28 Dr. Newell warns that farmersIn will again Judge the show. of a giant land turtle which Republican committee picked Philadelphia some time and the fields in
A it U often possible to include the established cotton belt of I lived anywhere from 35,000: to so wet until
I is expected: to surpass all preceding L. H. Lewis of the State Mar for Its convention and set everybody will fck
this vitamin in sufficient I ones insofar as quality of Florida cannot hope to make a keting Bureau reported that pro 300,000 years ago. Geologists the date for June 24. planting
amounts. not by pending any crop without providing for weevil estimated tha wolirht nf the turtle
!I the interest of Florida --
cattle shown and spective buyers throughout
more money but by a wtaer choice'\ control. He adds that farmers in ..itt n---: The fossil ia aboutthree TWO
livestock producers are concerned. have been contacted and that NEGRO SLAYS
ottoodll. the southern part of the state who feet high four feet wide crops.f
j Effectiveness of the show in every effort Is being made to have Tallahassee Sheriff Frank
Richest natural sources of vitamin | plant cotton with the expectationof 23.Col. and about five feet long. ;
stimulating farmers to produce a successful sale on February Stoutamire announced that a
ani attacks the boll
A are livers of various escaping by
R.; W. Henry of Live Oak 1 who admitted two
better cattle cattle that will : negro killing
mats especially those of certain weevil are likely to be disap PALMS FOR CHURCHES
with those will be the auctioneer again this I Leon County officers bad been cfeid.
favorably
kinds of fish. There are substantial compete pointed.In Titusvllle,-A crew of 25: work.
la evi taken to the state at Rai-
states clearly I prison
from other -
amounts of 1C in whole ; men In the of
addition Dr. Newell points year.R. are busy vicinity
: dent. Farmers who have exhibited W. Blacklock state ford for safekeeping. The negro JIM
butter. yolks and bOY'Sj Mima in [ CAR
milk cream egg out that southern Florida farmers engaged gathering palm .
,
stock and those who have attended club with the booked as John Holliday. will be ,
agent
; cheese made from whole milk or who grow cotton will expose fronds to be shipped to various
the but have not exhibited that between 73: charged with slaying Constable T.
eream. Oily flan such as salmon show their own fields as well as the Service reported parts of the United States and ; a 1:0-
cattle have been greatly fat steers will be B. (Doc) Oppert and his deputy
and 100 splendid
t also contribute vitamin Canada.
and sardines entire Southeastern cotton producIng They are widely used In
Impressed with, the quality of the entered by 4-H club members. The Clyde Sauls. Sheriff Stoutamiresaid
A. area to possible Infestation by decorating churches and gathering
animals that have been shown in will In a judging they were shot in a fight CONGRHRelief (
I youngsters engage
In plants, green and yellow the pink bollworm.. This pest far them la an. Industry little
the past. They also have been contest on Tuesday afternoon, with Holliday when they attempted P.
often indicate that carotenes are more destructive than the boll known in this state.
impressed with the premiums that February 27County .. to arrest him at a 'negro res L n.wrri, .
These that
present. are pigments weevil is present in wild cotton '-
': are transformed into vitamin AIn were paid by buyers for show ani growing In southern Florida. In ONK MORE FOR GOVERNOR taurant.

the body. Green leafy vegetables mals. And they have returned to the past its spread has been Gets Fund I Tallahassee, Carl Maples wa-

kale spinach different their farms to begin or continue checked by the gap between kulla County lumber operator has HEILBRONNBy At Last
Race TrackThe
kinds of greens for instance are efforts to improve their own northern limits of the old cotton From announced his candidacy for Mrs. L, Gaskln

m excellent sources of carotene. In stock. range and southern limits of cultivated
'. leafy head vegetables such as When a farmer sees his neighbor cotton areas. If this gapIs Bradford County Board of We are sorry to report Cora

_ and lettuce, the producing better stock or County Commissioners received I Bell Jones on the sick list. We ForYourCou
cabbage greener closed by plantings of upland second sought the nomination in 1936.
of the
the leaves the richer they are In 'crops than he produces, he quite Sea Island cotton. Dr. Newell $6OOO as its share Eleven other candidates have an- wish her a speedy recovery and
of the
vitamin A. naturally goes to work to Improve fears that farmers will have to race track tax distribution nounced so far this year and ; hope she will soon be able to go Creomulskm relieve prompt '
of last week. Feb- cause it goes right to the
'* year Tuesday back to school seat of tl
I Of the "yellows, yellow carrots his own nerd and crops. Thus combat both the boll weevil and 6. The first distribution seven have paid their qualifying trouble' to loosen germ laden phlepi

;yellow-fleshed sweet potatoes and what the farmer who attends the the bollworm. With both of these ruary amounted to fees. Mrs. M. Rhoden and son, Lonzie, increase secretion and aid now

Hubbard squash are good vegetable show sees and the resultant efforts pests established, the productionof made January 16 sooth and heal raw.tender mfis

source So are tbe yellow- that he makes has a widespread cotton will be an expensive I2.0OO the for county Bradford a total County Income giving of- CITRUS LAWS UPHELD WHY suffer from Colds T No ed matter bronchial: how mucous many medicina membiw t

_: fleshed fruits such as apricots effect on his neighbors. I undertaking he declare $8,000 from, this source so far In Lakeland.-Circuit Judge H. C. For nave tried, tell your druggist to t

and Deacb.es. Improvement of the show animals the fiscal of 193940. Petteway upheld the constitutionality yon a bottle of Cnomul81on wWIDDdent&nctnc

For all practical purposes, vita- each year indicates very year of Florida's citrus inspection s666 that you are toil
104 Subscribers the It allays
min A may be considered fairly The Board of Public Instruction old I way 4p lry the cog
clearly the stimulus that this outstanding and maturity laws which a or you are to have your money In
I stable. In general, rapid cooking agricultural event provides Renew In JanuaryAlthough receives one-half of the total group of 236 Independent growers ake 666LJq

and the usual home and conuner- for livestock producers.The amount received by the county had challenged. He Issued an .!d Tablets Salve No. CREOMULSIO!

4 dui canning methods do not show Is an effective medium It was the coldest commissioners. $4,000. Each board order denying- a temporary- injunction Drops for Coughs Chest Colds,Bros

materially destroy vitamin A. for promoting Florida's livestock month in the history of the countythe by act of last year's legislature, which would have restrained -
1 gives to the Board of County
t. frigid January weather did the Florida Citrus Commission
Reelect U. Industry-for promoting the pro- [I not prevent readers of the Telegraph Bond Trustees $2.000 and this $4-
S. Senator
duction of beef cattle that will be from getting out long OOO annual fund Is used by the and Nathan Mayo, commissioner ] I BOREE FUNERAL HOME
of
agriculture from
second to none in the country. Trustees In the maintenance of Fad One of
to their Caaketo A Undertakers
enough pay up subacrlp- applying and enforcing the 1935: Supplies
tlons. In fact. It was an unusually the county roads and bridges law on grading stamping and AMBULANCE 8BRVIOE
H month for the The $2.00O received last month DAY AND NIGHT
NEW TRACT 8CHKDULJSNorthboasKl good Telegraph104 certifying fruit and the 1939 law 134 PHONE
was divided equally between IM
subscribers "paying up" on maturity standards.
during the 31-day period. They School Board and Commissioners G. IL BENNETT. Mgr.
No. 2 Leave 5:28: A. )I. Stops
and the $6.000 of February 6 ASSAULT "A HOME-LIKE
No. 192 Leaves 6:23 A. M. Flag were: ON DEPUTY INSTITUTION"i

No. 108 Leaves 5:36: P. M. Flag i L. G. Cooper L. W. Sowell, Wm. likewise. The Commissionerspaid Tampa. The first arrest In

fJ No. 102 Arrive 1:50 P. )(. Norris C. H. Clark. Mrs. J. T. the Bond Trustees $1,000 of this section of Florida in connection -

Southbound Johnson Mrs. J. M. Mitchell their share.Last funds I with the government's social Your

No.' "1" Leaves 11:35: P. M. Stops Chas. A. Jenkins Kenneth year the race track security tax program was reported -i Cold Cough Goes Quick

MARIES 0. ANDREWSPaid No. 191 Leave 10:53: P. M. Flag Thomas T. J. Moore. W. L. Andrews coming to Bradford C o un t y by federal authorities who I

No. 107 Leave 9:30: A. M. Flag I. W Andreu, Mrs. L. S. amounted to 26863.76 and Is expected picked up N. N George Lake-

( political advertisement) No. 101 Leave 7OO: A.. M. Stops Hutto, J. B. Rowe A. A. Edwards to exceed this figure this land Internal plumber for assault on an I When You Get Mentho-Mulsioi

Z. H. Putnal A. A. Hazen. W. year. revenue deputy and refusal -I

i H. Hart. Mr*. J. W. Killlan W. P. to give up an automobile u. .

INSURE WITH I Smith. W. B. Alexander J. I* Plant Slash Pine seized for $84 In unpaid taxes. for Most thirty coughs spread infection ingredients act quicker better. 1
feet which
N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. I I Bagwell. Geo. W Hazen. Jerry I George was given a preliminary why colds quickly is one reason Mentho-Malsion does not stop ;7
On Sorry Land : hearing before United State8C'ommlsdlon..r spread to every coughing at and
once
] Moore P. O. Hayes, A. H. Johns ; member of the family and through get yon <

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Lillian Stump Titus Olsen M. Farmers Told Pinkerton and held entire office organizations. than tirely over your cold cough quid
j for a federal grand Jury. He was Mentho-Mulsion any medicine you every task
Raybtn, J. B. Carlisle Mrs. M. J. contains seven for
:: Phone 13 8TARKE FLORIDA McRae. T. T. Blackburn, A Thousands of acres of wornoutor I released under $1,000 bond. soothing, healing oils and unguents I your money back.

: Bronke L. J. Wynn Mrs. S. S. unimproved parts of farm and that relieve that stuffed-up feeling i A well known druggist's

Dowling W. M. Wainwrlght Pat cut-over lands in Florida can be FOR BABY'S COMFORT and stops coughing within a few recently stated: "I took Men
J. McGce's Baby Elixir is neconds. Mentho-MnWon also Mulsion for a bad cold cough i
_ FUNERAL DIRECTOR Lambe, R. Hall J. N. Norman used to grow the dualpurposeslash intended con
I(or Minor upsets of the tains vitamins A and D to build my cough disappeared so
Sr M. stomach qui
F. Van H. -
Car-
Garrett up
My Maay Years. Experience Make It Possible for Me to ReederEFFICIENT. pine says L. T. Nleland, extension j and bowels that result from over cold resistance, and genuine beech- we now keep Mentho-Mulsion.
Albert
den Hartman. E. L. Mol
PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE forester for the University I eating improper foods or tempo. wood creosote for penetration. Its home all the time ready to taluk,
MODERATE PRICES pus Roy Edwards, Chas. F. Pace of Florida College of Agriculture. rary over-acidity of the stomach. base of genuine California fig syrup the first sign of a cold or coup
Mrs. A. M. Pettlt Miss Amelia I These acres, profitless for other A.' bottle of McGee's Baby Elixir gives Hentho-MuUion a taste
P DeWITT C. JONES Ray Miss Dora Clark. W H. K. 'crops, are suitable for productionof osts only 35c.CARPENTER'S. will like and makes it cling to your you Mentho-Molafon is endorsed

Starfce. Florida Pendleton J. V. Edwards Sr.. M. timber and naval stores from DRUG STORE membranes so Its soothing healing leading your neighbors and guaranteed U

M. Matchett Mrs. Alton Boles, K. .slash pine.Quoting. druggists everywhereeft14rya"aahn"le..lre !|

f M'M3'a'ia' ** a>aga'gaag"g*:>s'g'' n .6" O. Duncan A. L. Crosby H. D. a recent publication of
1 Abernathy O. W. *
Barry Mrs.
the U. S. Forest reports that slash
Evle Johnson W. A. Stern R. A.
THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS pine on average land at ages of
V!. will come to home Johns Chas. Beasley W. L. Bugc. 15 to 25: years produces wood for *stlatf ...............
your day through
every J. D. .j
r 1 Goodman Chas. Hardy. H. such uses as pulpwood stave .**......(*.*..1st
I THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE B. Purvis Joe Noegel. Mrs.
MONITOR blocks, and fuel at the rate of one- N..5i.pewBgii.g.
Am fsx.rn.1ioaeDaily jV. Barbara Morgan Mrs. J. H. Gill
MMs r half to one cord an acre annually.On .
? n n.....far ran UM earld't.l..n._.vu.u.* E. M. Hazen. Geo. C. White **
doing Th.Monlla
h good quality land well-stocked
d.sI
,
M4 ...
plolt ntm or .u_
ndtlxr Richard
; dada n lenw. tJI_ Long. E. W. Hayes. W.
(T Pal -II -"..llYly with U... rtur for biuy. ... sad 4I U. stands are growing at the rate of
iMUly. laoMdtnc. 110. T. McGuire Mrs. N. T. Rltch,
............... -.. WMkly'..' Mifuln.-..-....SMtlon.Hit ....................- Mrs. Maxie Carter, Paul Canova. one to two cords an acre a year,
or 300 to 600 board feet.
ChrtMUa Srtn PublUhlaf Saeltcr A. V. Varnes N. L.
Starling W.
A 0. .
Norway $t.t.
a MMM ...te. ., .lubMrtptlo Bottoa...MuueBuMCU Th. Chrutlui Seine. Monitor fat L. Wall. Cyrus H. Slstrunk. T W. By proper cutting and protection
.
fV:::tit Baker. Mrs. J. D. Overstreet J. from fire slash-pine woodlands [PAINTED

n .*.."d., luu N. Including. moattx M.Wlne MM S Swtlon month: I MM slat" M 1.rO.month.IMUM II M 14Atfdr IE. Adklns, J. G. Boyd. :Mr. L. W. and forests can be kept continuously WITH
I productive and PLEASURE !
prepetu
Kemper. Wash
...............--.--.--.--.-.-.....-...-...--.----- I Wadsworth. W. M.Davis ReddishMra.G. P.. .ally. renewed.
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.M.._........ --.-.. -...--. ..................-..__ Sarah Kirby Mrs. Frank, A. Slash pine the extension-
-". ... ......,
ester Is of
I Sweezy Mrs. S. E. Jones. C. M.< says one the most R

Phillips. C. Sullivan Mrs. H. C. profitable forest trees in the !

RItch. Gordon Weest. T. B. Hard- United States because of Us rapid

Ing, Mrs W. D. Dowty R. S. growth and Its value hi production .

1 RlrJi andOKADE CINn Wa*dln. C. C. Butler, B. Haynes of naval stores. A too common Not the difference in pleasure on UM

G. H. Bennett Chas. Crutchfleld practice In the past has been _
faces of '
A Mrs. G. W Alderman G. L. Ker to work the trees when they are, your family when you light-

1'\SnURIZJon: : say C. G. Dark dale. Mrs. Effle I too young or when they are under I condition your hone. Paint those

.1 ohll.l.I 9 inches in diameter. gloomy corners with cheerful light that

MiLKy Though many areas have I invites jon to enjoy the precious, carefree
( enough seed trees to reseed themselves i'
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NO ADVANCEIN II hours of evening-that makes home
and off'
produce food strains
PRICK I FREE ACHING timber if protected from fire, Mr. | a move attractive place than ever I "

Nleland aays that replanting Isf/

'BACKS 'I necessary In some cases He urges I iL SERVICE! i

IF IT FAILS farmers Interested in planting for-

_. est trees to see ih.ir l!
r naa numm It's
tuner national Symptom* of easy to light-condition f ;
your .
KIDNEY agents for reliable information w
WEAKNESSES on

T.k. zmAle .... ..e... .. the best forest practices.A I home. Call on Sunshine Service "
.... _..6....... aackack..sd Lev Pow new bulletin Issued the let us check
by XT
your lighting with
--Frecru- 8caaty .... 'unoiDq P *sog. .. S. Forest Service a [ [ fl
U.aaiumI Oda.-Leea entitled "Southern
-.... Did...., t/.r.e"-coved EaaivY-H. Pines Pay" photo-electric sight meter
Iu.cewl 104s.y sad ......... Dd.av.. contains much Information I
AT HEWS Whrn timet...... disorders! allow _ta on slash pines. Al plan adequate lighting-
..t.... .deJa ..4 Poisons though the
nd ..rh Illimin H abn..to c0aflaaat v supply Is limited. interested all without obligation.
I traubloroo.
.. KIDAN8. Th.r set natarmUr. They farmers may obtain U. [
MODEL Unul t. UM. kkJn T* ta rforvi *Al 00 I .' .n ... br runctlufuU" ........... Th" Mr. county agents''
lli yne quickly .n4 ........u" of dlmf.irt .- Nleland saysAZALKA light-conditioning service.
and 4...._I sad tlwy. Holt lb. ,
f J. G
DAIRY .h.. ..,.y ttt dantfrrou ailment which SPENCER, Manager ..
J i n>. Trial to ,... if KIDANS fall'*. FESTIVAL SOON

ONEY:: BACK GUARANTEE! Palatka. -The Azaea Festival) a -
ISTARKE FLORIDA I
SEY M r. ixl 11.00 Beauty Pageant '
t .: with nor dnwvht for trail which will be
t. 'I>ANS. ti.. ... ..
bo If .sl held In Ravine Gardens
here.
r' '11'. with Saturday
mtsirtra
ONE QUART LIQUID mr boa tt .th* **m. drBffrtot, and r-your 4.ri afternoon. March 10, will -
SEALED BB 48 -y, w- rru d-f. ..l.rt s1DAN.s be host to. ,
",t. KIOANS (. ..... kr bevy of beautiful Unfcs tin 1
reigning queens In various cities stfSCt *
CAaPKNJ'EB'S
DRUG STORE of the state. The CUCTIICfsr II1LII

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FEBRUARY: 23, 1940 '
: ImADFORD COUNTY TELEauarll. STAIUUC, FLORID" PAGE SEVEN i '"


-=- CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES I'Mission Hall I ROOTSEY'S REACH f40 ter Garden were, visitors at the ,,,1 d\ ,; ;j'"


i And Tabernacle I lly Miss" Effie CrawfordRobert Years Ago I home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. ,, 1 ",11f"

Smith Sunday ,
:METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN Crawford and Robert I r
)1\PTIST EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN "The Five Judgments' was the
,.. E. Wgbtfooti Rev. Chas. H. Allen. !M. ; Rosier wore visitors to Jacksonville (Items from the Telegraph's files
Rr. Frank RobinsonPastor Mark' Churrh Sunday School Supt topic of Bible Study at the Mission I .
j Pastor Pastor Rev. Fred Terkee, Jr. airs Ira Wilson I, Hall Tuesday nIght.11 &ionJny&i4 I of February, 1900.) H
ThemacehoSupt.. H. K. Ferryman, Sundays: ector Sunday, School '. und ;&....11. Joe Holmes and! J. L. Gaskins guarantees every
who have been v vR
the
following
Organist study
School Supt, 10 o'clockCItVRC. I
a.n. Superintendentof
liday School Misses Justine and bottle of Chamberlain's
)fr.. B. M. Davie MI. Ella Josephine Cough
A..M.nlng Church ScTiool J. Sa. of "Rightly Dividing the Word of
ft::41* Church Organist Johns attended Mr and Mrs. Remedy.
> Borvlce Church School School Supt. Mrs .. OP CHRIST, Truth," by Dr. C. I. Schofleld I
III A. M. 10 A. M. Roy Mathews H. c. Brown. Harry Pickup. editor of the Schofield Bible Clark's baby's funeral held near Mrs Struth, of Plant City, Is
lllHt!l Trainingn Morning Worship Church School Service Pastor Theressa Sunday afternoon.R. visiting her mother, Mra Lex
7:00vP.: M- Service.! 11 A. M.F.vening 10 A. H. Sunday School, Bible Study m.; have been (greatly blessed. There i'
Fv
l(Je, MorningWorship! 10 A. M. Sermon and IF: I are many Scriptural truths that D. Holmes of Fernandlna Andrews.A. .
:00 P. M. Woriblp 11 A. M. Sunday ? 11 A. M. Lord's Supper S p,em. spent the week-end here with Z. Adklns, of New River, ;
.etln. are not quite* clear to one who
yer H Service 7:30 P. M. Fridays __ evrjr l Sunday v
Sigma Chi 7:00 T:80 P. M was In town
P.M. : p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday.
..day. 8:00: Young r. ol..'. Holy Dayi..ta studies the Bible cursorily that, Joe Holmes.
i Ianl.t League Meetlnca A. M. MIN. ALLIANCE Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Murrhee contemplates an
Canova become quite lucid when studied I Darby Gaskins
loir Mona Director 6:30 P. M. MISSION IIALL GOSPEL PresidentThe carefully. The doctrine of the and children spent the weekendIn addition to his residence on South
Urchalrma.il TAB.8pon.or.4 Jefferson Street.E. .
K. Pow Prayer MestingWednesday. Rev Frank
jhn judgment is one of these truths. Jacksonville with relatives.E. .
7SO: P.M. Sponsors: by Robinson P. Hutto, of Klngsland. Ga.
Deadens Mr. and Often at funerals In the committ E. Johns of 'Jacksonville
Id of Mrs. F. H. tang, Mr. and Mr*. Mrs. Vice PresidentThe has
jy. Rlekllt.eChalrmaa Organist J. T. Quigley J. T. Quigley Rev. Leslie ment service the general judg- spent Saturday night here with accepted a clerkship with E. SMILES '1
NO WONDER HE
I Evangelistic E. Chrlstley, for the F. C
ShepherdRecretaryTreasurer
Service agent
Mr. E. K. Ferryman. Bible Study each each ment Is referred to. There is no his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.

*da fPo.vie. Assistant Organist Tues. evening 1:ao day Friday evening and 7.30 Sun-: ,' The Rev. Fred Yerkes warrant In Scripture for a judg- and Mrs. G. B. Johns. & P.]MISH Atlanta Johns, of New He Eats RegularlyAt 1

ment of that character.The R. N. Crawford attended church a
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River, Is the guest of Mr. and '
never work in the open until after old song "Are You Ready," ; at Union Sunday. Mrs F. B. Johns.A The 3
Coming EventsAt mentions time when the saints J. B. Crawford attended churchat
ob Jones a
they have defeated the orthodox horse driven by Fred Sassee Blossom
Union Sunday.Lee Orange
crowd. Jesus said and the sinners shall be parted got beyond control
Wednesdayand
.. something Baptist Church I Johns of Live Oak was a
This
- right and left. la due to
about
a farmer who sowed some made a wild dash down Call\ Cafe
visitor to this section
the erroneous interpretation of Monday. .
wheat in his field Street
and went home Continuing the series of mes-
On HereHereafter
meets and went to sleep in perfect confidence sages now in progress at the Baptist thIs parable. At the last judg- Besides being a most courteousand
that he ment no one will be judged but WOODLAWN{ salesman t' t\
would receive a church on "The New Testa- obliging F. H. LongIs ,
of wheat. those who are the wicked dead.A By Mrs. Oscar Carter- artist In the
crop While this man ment Church the pastor will quite an line of "
released a syndicate article careful study of Rev. 20-21 will '
was sleeping the window decorating.
enemy sowed speak Sunday on "The Place of
Death of Infant nark
telling\ a very tragic tares In the reveal this to be so. Pursue this T. R. Sweat butchered
|tly wheat field When the Bible in a New Testament The seven-months-old son of a porker, lit'
about the son of a minister the rank and file of the orthodox I Church l' The following Sunday, study and search the Scripture twenty month old that weighed '
Mr and Mrs. S. R. Clark died
whether these things be BO. to 11
great Northwest whose plain American church people Introducing the March Week of Saturday, February 17, at St.; 427 pounds.
e shattered and whose have been sleeping the devil has Prayer for the WMS. the subjectwill The subject: for next week's Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville Mesais. T. Wills. C. L. Peek,

ils was were wrecked In a church used some of his representativesto be, "The Place of Missions Ina study will be "Law and Grace. with spinal trouble. He Is survived -II H, J. Jones A. V. Long. Thou. BQuggs .
sow tares in the TABERNACLE and J. P. Dowling went
fields that New Testament Church. up
of the carlesanesa
\ his Mr and '
because by
,I parents,
The Tabernacle service last to Jacksonville
to hear Mr. W
belong to the
e president, members of the church people. If On Sunday evening the pastor Mrs. S. R. Clark, and one brother
the Friday night was In charge of J. Bryan
church speak Wednesday night
d of Trustees, and leaders people are warned has been discussing "the Seven and five slaters He was burled Hfl 5Cc'i
about Rev. L. W. Enfield and his J. S. Bennett, of
what Is groupof Lawtey, was
going on and "
are
e college In permitting an Churches of Revelations, and will In Hope Cemetery at Theressa
too young people from the Lawtey In Starke Tuesday. \
stlc, behavioristic scientist tooe lazy morally and spiritually this week discuss "The church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
to Baptist Church. They brought a
a member of the faculty. get up and stop this tare-sow- which was Run by a Jezebel." Increasingly TtiompKon-Johnn

institution. ing then the responsibility will be large audiences have service of song and testimonythat Mr and Mrs. P. B. Johns an- GRAHAMBy '

1m convinced that one of the upon these church people when been In attendance at these ser- was Inspiring and helpful. nounce the marriage of their Mrs L. C. Smith YOU 1 :
the harvest time Mr. Enfield was accompanied by ,
lest to the faith of' the comes. vices each Sunday evening.On daughter. Alma to I. B. Thompson '
perils his wife, who was formerly Faith Mrs F. T. Abernathy and Mr a
h of this natloJ\/Is the false The state institutions belong to Friday, February 23rd an Kelford. daughter of Dr. V. C. of Miami on February 10th. and Mrs. D. A. Abernathy were BUILD

[abroad In the land to the ef- the people who pay taxes. Every AssoclatUinul all day mission Kelford, who has been here sev- They left for Miami to make their visiting Mrs. Abernathy's daughter OR j

that academic freedom gives citizen who pays any taxes in any study Is being conducted at the eral times and delivered some home. Mrs. Pearl Reynolds in Jack it ,
cher the right to use' the state Is a stock holder in the pub- Baptist church In which Mrs. J. very fine Bible studies. Mr. and Mrs Jim Husey of sonville Sunday. BUY
lic schools and also in the Institu- former Jacksonville spent the week-end
in- B. Boatwrlght president
of state-supported
room a night the dealt Mr. and Mrs. I. J. buckle of .
Sunday subject 1
[tlon or of a church school to tions of higher learning. A stock- of South Carolina WMU and a with Mrs. Husey's parents, Mr. Gainesville ,
the of God's were visitingher
with
> tendency peopleto ,
mate Satanic propaganda. holder has certain definite rights recent visitor to the Nigerian mis- and Mrs. J. S. Norman.Lee '
down to for mother Mrs. Mattie Griffin Sunday I Yn
go Egypt help.
hurch school should be just He certainly has a right to protest sion fields, will be the guest Johns of Live Oak was F 2
church Aernlst We are not asking that teacher. At noon a luncheon to Several times during the historyof visiting relatives here Monday. \ i ""I
lacred as a pulpit. Mrs Rachel
Stalling and Mrs Make that home with
Israel we hear of them in new MODERN ;
has no more right to state Institutions be made Christian -I I which many distinguished visitors Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of I
I We ,, Egypt. Egypt is a type of the J. E. llazen were visitors to safe electric cookery automatic elec- .
that state
in the classroom of achsuppoited are asking 'have been invited will be served Lawtey were visiting Mr and Grundin Filday.I I \

institution than i institutions not be made pagan. at the church. sinful world. There are many Mrs. Oscar Carter Sunday after We are Kind to report that HI tric water heating electric refrigeration j'' .
Christians today who think that }
I We believe in of II .
nodernlst has to stand in the separation Of genuine Interest and value noon.J ?. VVaHclln. who has bean III with home comfort ventilatfo '
be In this
they must t Egypt in very \A
church and state In America We ,
under- ii the announcement of the coming S Norman and son, Lcamon
and
odox: pulpit subtly order to have security and happl- Is some better at this writing' and light conditioning. Take full advantage '
of the saints. It orthodox Christians who think do I I of the "Students League of made u business trip to Ociila
the faith the command Mr. and Mis Jackson of Win.h
But of
neSH. Scripture
lot right for an employee who not desire to go Into our public :Many Nations," represented by Tuesday. -- of"stepdown" electric rates. ,'r 1
ives his living from the own- schools. and disslmlnate our peculiar elxteeen young men and women' Is to come out of her. Mr and, Mrs E. C Johns of itS KCIIII: )ITLK Ask us for information; use our advisory { ,

]>f" ship to scuttle the ship church doctrines. We there- ; of many countries, all In native ,;acksonvillo, were visiting friends NorthboundLeaves service. It's PLUS Service +
;
a : I
carries the owner's freight. fore, feel that we have a right to I I'I. costume, who will be at the churchon Commissioners and relatives" here over the weekend Starke at 2,20: n. m .

church schools belong to the '''I. protest when antl-Chilstlan doctrines Wednesday evening, March I 12.30( p. m., 1:43: p m. 6'10: p that's 'free l": '

pie. The rank and file of the I' are sometimes taught instate 13th. ThNi! I Is a wervlce and attraction -; Minutes For FebruaryThe Misses Justine and Josephine m, and 10:10 p m. 'J''J'J.

mono plain everyday. Amerl-!I institutions. of most unusual Interest,i Board of County Commis- Johns of Hootsey's Beach were SouthboundI.l'IVeM (:J. SPENCER, Manager :
church members still believe It Is my opinion that there Is. and all will desire to see these visiting Miss Myrtle Johns Sunday Starke nt 2:40: a. m.,
sioners of Bradford ,
Bible They may not live it, less danger to the faith of American I young men and women as they County, met afternoon. 10.20; ( u. m., 2:20: p. m. unit 5.20p :
I 5th 10:00 o'clock
"way down In their hearts" I youth in state institutions appear in costume that night/: to M.February with the, at following: members A. Card' of Thanks. m.'P"t FlEfTRiniY IS [HEAP! I II
I. Mr and Mrs S R. Clark wishto
of their hound
than there is In some our ,present program.
ny of them still believe It. I I L. L. Conner Chairman
: ,
present
|se plain, everyday, ordinary, "church schools. I have seen a I express their many thanks fur Leaves Starke at 0:35: p m., r
P. D. Reddish R. S. Waadln andT.
erlcan church people support larger percentage of skeptics that he Is in a safe place and' the help and flowers during the and 11:30: a. m.
whatever a D. Dyal: absent: Mallory sickness and death of Infant
swallows
from church schools thanI usually their Eastbound I
churches. The churches could graduate Thomas. 11-' Vr ,
operate without them. If have turned out from state In- teacher pours down his intellectual son. Loaves Starke at 5.20: p. m. \ '
of America la The Pauper Allowance of W. I
threat The hope
Institution
y would rise up en mass and stitutions. In a state "I
and orthodoxy in church a young person can be warned to In awakening among the plain, J. Cruce was discontinued; allow-
: When sucha culinary, everyday, orthodox ance to Henry Hunt was discontinued .
jots, then the church schools. I protect his own faith I II"
them to as he has died Mrs. Gill .
ild have orthodoxy. young person attends a church church people. God help ;
|Modernists are cowards. They school he takes It for granted wake up! at Brooker was allowed $2.00 per
month; Mrs. Carrie Starling was

-- allowed $500 per month; the allowance -

of Mis Nina Liles was

reduced to $200 per month, Mrs l "
he Fable Of Parson Weems Bell Parrm-nter's allowance/ was I

raised to $500 per month; Mis. '
'- J
Maggie Forsythe was allowed $4.- ; .

Yesterday, February 22, was the birthday anniversary of George Washington first president of the 00 per month; and Mrs Julia M ': ,

Jrnlted States and known to old and young alike as "the father of his country." Everyone halt Crews was allowed $5.00 for Immediate f

earl the familiar story of young George and the cherry tree but how many have actually read relief tJe ,
Locke Weems in the fifth edition of his Life of E. B. :McKinney asked for expenses fl'
ifs quaint old fable as it was written by Mason 1
.Washington the Great"? As a small tribute to the brightest figure In American history, the TeleI I in transporting Colonel ,: '
Crosby of Sampson City, an aged
raph takes pleasure In reprinting below The Fable of Parson Weems Indigent$2.00.to Melrose. lie was allowed l'l'"fi'l



en George was about six warmth asked for the mischievousars write The the Clerk State was Welfare Instructed Board to

and urge immediate action on application i.'

old he was made the author, declaring at the same time of Mrs. Bell Parmenterfor I 1 1.I<.,
Old Age assistance.
6 t '1+

of that he would not have taken five Earl Brown Vice President and .8x g q4 a Eu .
ealthy master of a hatchet General Manager of the Florida '

State Exhibit at the World's Fair,

for the tree. Presentlyas R. S. Miller, field representative I
Much like little boys he guineas
most met the Board and made a renewed i ir

request for a contribution

immoderately fond and was George, and his hatchet, made from the County In the amount of I .
I $442.05 during the current year. ,1 T !r
I
It was decided to appropriate' : '- (

pnstantly going about chopping their appearance. George staggered $200.00 toward the expenses of, ,6d1 1J h It ''I.U"

the State Exhibit, the amount to I, ,i ; +
'be paid during the next .- c
for year'll
.
under the question a (
his
very thing that came way. budget 4w"5. ,

Dr. W. K Middleton presentedthe ,

but quickly recoveredften )Board' with a complete set of bi
) where he moment
ne day in the garden, plans fur a proposed County Hos-|

pltal which was approved and the

amused himself by hacking | himself and looked at his father Clerk was Instructed to forward i I

them to the State office of the W. '

face of P. A, for the purpose of ascertaining 10e sr' b.
the
with sweet
is mother's pea sticks, whether a hospital could be
erected In cooperation with the

youth brightened withge W, P. A. and also for the purposeof i
e unluckily tried the determining the amount whichIt 1 ,

would bd necessary for the

t the inexpressible charm sponsor to furnish.A era
of the hatchet j
on a communication was received us'q u uei

a trom C. Edmund Worth, Chair I ,

leautiful English i J of all-conquering truth, man. Highway Committee of the
young
Tampa Chamber of Commerce ",

"4 he bravely cried out, 'I 1 asking that this Board petition Ar ,I r#

Kerry tree which 'he the Board of County Commissioners -

of Duval County to procure

can't tell a lie-I 1 did it the remaining 3.7 miles of rightof

arked so terribly that way necessary to the comple-


don't believe the tree with my hatchet.: The such tion of a State resolution Road No.was 13 duly and Only Coca-Cola gives you the refreshed


adopted. feeling that people the world over welcome. w

Ver got the better of it. The next father said : 'Run'to my arms you W. will pay 5-cenu per poundfor Pure wholesome delicious-Coca-Cola be-

boiled cotton rag meeting our ,

dearest boy. Glad am I, George, approval. No button. or old
Corning the old gentleman (Mr. pants. Bradford County Tele-. longs in your refrigerator at home. And the a


killed tree, and you graph. convenient it there is in the
ashington) finding out what that you my Acid way to get handy
I ExcM cause .
for it thousandfold. ;FREE''If pn of Stomach I six-bottle carton.

ad befallen his tree, which by have paid me a Ulcers, Indi ..t1on.1|

BIo tln g,Ca..Heartburn,Belchin g. ? /

he Such an act of heroism in my son is\\ Nail.*, get a frtf MmpU of UDCA BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THe COCA-COIA CO. BY fM i
, by favorite came
was a great l and a Ira InUrmtinr book'ct' at STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

thousand trees. 111'trM CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
than
:nto the house and with much worth more a


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tt PAGR EIGIIT bltAVFORD COUNT'l' TELEOnU'U, Sr\ltKE. FLOItIUA -- FltIDA\', ,

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"Iloss, thereof has started to leak CIRCUIT JUDGES Anniversaries Celebr;
[ \ Two
Important
'$. The Bradford County Telegraph and if the landlord doesn't fix it quick PENSIONS?


: .t"h1l..ht..1 I 1877 I'm a-goin to move out." The compensation of disabled I\[ By Rotary Club Of Starke This Week/

Ridiculous as it might seem, we cannot Veterans has been cut and the :
l>oblh.llf'd'N'ld)' on Frlilajw and JKnlered<< MM Second asslatance to our aged and infirm
help but feel that the philosophy of this i
'
CI.-.Matter: at the Post Office at Starke Fbi.z I citizens has been reduced and we
Georgia "colored gentleman" is symbolical I have instead a SPECIAL pension ;I

MEMBER of the attitude of a large percentage of pres- of two-thirds pay for thoxe Circuit -' I _. p L
_ _
,
who
retire -
Judges voluntarily 'i., ".
: ASSOOAncS A ent-day ne'er-do-wells. Whatever progresswe S w _
FLORIM PRESS after 12 years service. Our .
; as a nation make, will be in spite of them, Senior Circuit Judge residing at ii'p '

.. ctwa4: 7tGUd and not because of them.O Starke was influential In secur- '
ing the enactment of this pension .
_______ Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION *
E. L. MatlTiewH ____ above ,
favoring Circuit Judges _
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I other citizens. Who was then '
;
f": IIATK'Yearly Who Is to Blame? : ,
thinking of the welfare of the taxpayers _ _

\ ': 1)11.50) ; SU Month, 75c-Payable in AdvanceAdvertising The Finger Points to Parents> I ? Our Senior Circuit Judge : : :t .. :' 1 : '

has received One Hundred _
Kate on Application A recent news report from Baltimore ; near '-
I Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00)) % ,t 4 r : '
and the other
stated that two boys, one eight ,
I salary during these depression

, : 't Subtle Reasoning of Northern JudgeMay eleven, were arrested in the act of crackinga I yearn. Can he have the knowledge : t .I : r /

safe in the office of a lumber company. and understanding of the
; Lives of OthersA
; Endanger which .. I .
needs of his people a I
Furthermore, the boys confessed to having _ ,
_
his ?
young man and two-year-old son, Judge should have ,.
: ? were recently struck by a car driven by a burglarized two other business establish- In an effort to
: killed in ments between the hours of midnight and people of a free choice in the _______________________ r _ _
drunken driver and Instantly a
. dawn. present Circuit Judges race )
: : street of Lowell, Mass.: The wife and mother rumors have been circulated to '

I: .was also sf'verely'injured in the same aeciI' Assuming that these two youthful the effect that if our Senior Circuit -_ % _

dent. The driver, who ran from the scene criminals' had parents, what were the% reactions -, Judge Is defeated he will receive -. _

of the latter if any, when they discovered two-thirds pay as pension.In _
,
l. was later tried on the charge of manslaughter truth this new law provides a ;

l' and having waived a jury trial, was' that these!! boys were away from pension for Judges who VOL r-

:found by the court guilty of drunkenness, home between midnight and dawn? What UNTARILY retire after 12 years # _
service but the law provides no
his possible mission or motive, except mischief,
drunken driving and of operating car so pension for DEFEATED Judges. .
j, as to endanger public safety. The conviction could engage the attention of mere children After 16 years service the SeniorCircuit '- -- a -r-_ -. -

; of drunkenness was placed on file. His during those hours, when decent law-abid- Judge is a candidate for This week was doubly significant In the lives of Starke Rotarians. .,. .. ...,..:..,.. .
another If he is defeated -- ,
6-year term. -
of ing citizens are supposed to be abed ? Doubt the 35th anniversary of the international
. punishment consisted a suspended sentence by the people will his retirement While It commemorated II.

', of six months in jail and a $200 fine less, the night of the robbery was not the be VOLUNTARY? I believe organization. it likewise marked the third anniversary of the local

on each of the other charges. first nocturnal absence of these children .the people are free to exercise unit. First meeting of the Rotary Club of Starke was held February '

The in his 'subtle "reasoning" from their homes. their choice among the 25, 1937. Thriving from the start it has met every Wednesday since """.. _- ._.......H..,'.., .. ,.,.," "..
judge not Smith
candidates and that they are that date at 12:15 o'clock and four of "the falthful"-W. P. ,

I :! : said: "Manslaughter must, resyltxfrom willful And this is but one instance. Over the compelled to keep or pay a Judge A. J. Thomas. Jos. E. Wilson and T. K. McClane-have the distinction -

" wanton and reckless conduct.' If*. the Nation there are thousands of similar or for life. of not missing! : a tingle meeting without "making It up"1 at anPictured '\\I

defendant was so drunk that he could not far worse cases involving delinquency of Isn't It cheap politics of to his attemptto choice _nthr n.._ 'Iub..__ H : .
voter
deprive
a
,\ formulate his wUl, can it be said that he is youth of both sexes. Many of these cases for one and one-fourth cents? The Woman's Club above following in front a of recent the Three LecturesOf I yIDr. ,

: guilty of being willful, wanton and reckless?" result in homicide, as proven by the fact salaries of all Circuit Judges are luncheon, are three visitors and 23

that large numbers of the condemned mur- paid by the entire State of FlorIda of the current 28 members. Read- )
i. The court applied the unique reasoning -
same and the cost per person to '
: to the charge of leaving the scene off derers awaiting execution today are hardly pay the pension of a Circuit Judge Ing :from W. A.left King.to W.right.A. bottomrow Wilson Lasting Value .

: accident, stating; "lie must have left know more than children. Who is to blame? who voluntarily retires or becomes (visitors from Penney Farms), W. ,
disabled Is and
' Recent statements of distinguished educators only one one- P. Smith. Frank Robinson R. F. Noted Heard
I ." ingly. lie must know what he is doing at i'ourth cent per person for the full Speaker
r\I the time." moralists, clergymen and others six year term or less than one- Clark, (president, ), Jos. E. Wilson As Feature of "Com-
(secretary), C. H. Nasworthy M.
Ih Under such a sophistical doctrine, what throw light on the situation. One statement fifth This cent Judges per person pension per should year.be I, B. Herlong. Second row: Chas A munity Service Day"

quotes a probation officer, who declared that I Allen, W. H. Hart M. F. Brown,
, recourse at law is there 'against a reckless repealed because it is rank class I' Speaking:: here Wednesday before -
'C. A. Knight. V. S. St. John.
the home is the place where children should legislation-a pension" for only the three varied but mutually
,t '; drunken driver, to say nothing of the malicious I Third row: Roy Mathews A. J.
I person with a grudge against his neighbor receive care and education in order to develop favored few. It should be repealed Thomas) 10.: L. Matthews. Carl I spellbound audiences. Dr. Charles' Chus. Barkerienced
as the opening wedge for ; K., Barker noted lecturer and
character. He pointed out that Johns. L. A. Shepherd. Rear row:
t' who has but to get drunk, kill him, run many pensions to all officeholders to teacher of the principles of health at a meeting here TJ
Landrum N. D.
T. K. Wainwright
;': from the ,homicide scene, and then plead parents today expect the state to do every- freeze them in office for life. I .,.-., E. L. Williams, T. K. Mc- and right living drove home messages as his topic the Rotary r.

I drunkenness as a defense? thing for the child while they do nothing. am opposed to any pension which dane Bill Gruham.. L. A. Davis that will undoubtedly In- "He profits most who served l*
favors Circuit Judges above other' Liuence lives in this D *. Barker emphasized !the!
I communityor >
They expect the incorrigible child to be und DeWitt C Jones visitor from
I' Most laymen while refraining from I citizens, and If elected will not nc-i generations to come. that the main purpose of [
Gainesville. Members, not in picture
, made obedient, the lazy one diligent, the un- cept any such special' pension.I organization is the develop
; ;, disputation with so subtle a mind as revealed are: D. P. Carpenter, Bill 'Brought here by the Rotary ,
cltnn. This attitude of has Neither will I request a raise of of friends.
tidy one parents iuindy, N. Sternberg L. D. Vln- Club of Starke a s a feature of
i by the Massachusetts judge would
prefer -
Circuit and would
"" led to a serious situation, he stated for one Judges salary, ing, and K. G. Duncan. "Community Service Day" Dr. "Tearing down religious IL
\ the more simple mental processes of old not be a candidate for this officeIf is of the
Among the outstanding under Darker spoke in the morning to one most Imports|
must look beyond the child to determinewho
' Lord Coke who held : "A: drunkard who is I were not glad to serve for the takings of the club here since its students of B. H. S, at noon to products of service clubs:

i i.- : 'voluntarlus daemon' hath no privilege thereby is responsible.A cult present salary,,received by a Clr-.; organization are the sponsorshipof Rotarians and their guests. and lecturer stated. "The nawf

.' Chicago judge in discussing youthful Judge. a loctil I Boy Scout Troop. the at night to an enthralled audience II of a.few years ago I I. dying|
j ; whatever ill or hurt he doth, his drunk A vote for 1.). E. Knight for purchase of $200 worth of stock ut' parents and young people. I today and the churches of :
: criminals, stated that, amazed at their your Circuit Judge Is a vote
doth it. communities
aggravate are working logIn
\ enness in the Rotary Educational Fund Touching on subjects that until
," r\ violence, he had searched for the causes of against favors for the favored and the promotion of a mammoth a few years ago were generally/ greater harmony becaiM
few i '
; It Is a vote'against special
( \ No Man Ever Won IJy Hating their crimes. His search had led him to conclude pensions for Circuit Judges; it Is Fourth of July celebration at the considered "tabu," the theme of friendships formed "In Rotanj!)
' I :"State Farmers' Maiket.I Dr Duiker's evening lecture wa.sL I other service clubs.
And Neither Will Adolf Hitler that the chief cause was a lack of home!, a vote agaInst those who would k.l
:\ 'The Mont Important Job In The Dr. Barker is nationally II:

I'I : The poet once wrote: influence, training and discipline. lIe admonished choice deprive among the people the candidates.of their free I). I Planets Stage Show oild"that 1<< of being a parent. I and In his twenty years a> af

to teach. their children the and lie has lecture 10
parents With amazing finesse diplomacy speaker
E.: Knight Is for this of.
'
"lie who subdues qualified |
surpasses or mankind Kcginnin Today I
I,' great lesson of life, namely, that goodness is I fice by thirty-five years experience he put his audience of men than 2,000 Rotary Clubs and'
student bodies In all pans o|
and children perfectly at
1 women
In the State and Federal
happiness.A About this time of the month.
"Must look down on the hate of those Courts in which he has represented ease while discussing social relations -I country. He has delivered
; below" commentator in a New York paper the people In both civil I according to astronomers an unusual between the young people I than' 11,000 addresses.

holds that educators and progressive laymenof and criminal cases. Wide experience spectacle will be staged In of both sexes, and the folly of, He highly praised a short|
jli; In elaborating on the subject, a column and human understanding the evening sky which will not be parents who refuse to advise their llminary talk made Wed

L ist recently advised: today have come to realize that there are qualify him for this office which repeated within the lifetime of children in such matters. It Is a night by R. F. Clark presldi

: "Protect yourself against hate. Put three factors involved in the proper educa- he seeks at the hands of the anyone now living; tribute to his ability as a lecturer the Rotary Club of Starke.i

tion of children the teacher people with whom he has always that he put his message across mlng up. the accomplishmentthe
namely the
,
1; : on the armour of kindly thoughts. It has been predicted that beginning
without the slightest embarassvment here durlnf
organization
lived. I> E. Knight favors ade-
:. ; Through it no hate can strike. child, and the parents; that the home must quate pensions for the Veterans,: around February 23 and to anyone In the audience. three years of existence. Ht

"As, you rise, as you progress and reach into the school, and the school into the aged and the disabled.' These I all continuing five of through the' brightest early March, Time and again he stressed the Introduced to his audlennJoa.

I" the home. Declaring that the responsibilities are the people entitled to pen planetsin fact that a boy loses respect fora .. .E. Wilson secretary d
succeed there to be the solar
\ are ,,sure jealous sions. system will line upi "date" who "pets," and brought club.
J f ones who will hate your success. From thrust upon the schools today are too VOTE FOR D. E. KNIGHT FOR i In the western sky "almost evenly, outthe futility of a girl's attemptIng -

;\ their envy springs their i animosity. heavy, he urged that all educational agen- CIRCUIT JUDGE! I the spaced other and in the hanging twilight one glow above like' to gain fleeting popularity In Bids Let At New Ca

J' : Their hate, like poison mists from cies, including the church, the home, the (Paid Political Advertisement) !a.' necklace of colorful jewels. this manner. '
Touching on other responsibilities Contracts' for two large
I), :. 'swampy' lands, rises. But with that community, and other mind-making agencies FIVE CANDIDATES Asked when this remarkable of parenthood, Dr. Barker houses and a garage at

!, antidote of loving thoughts you can be called upon to lighten the load. planetary routine last took place; said. "It is the plain duty of Albert H. Blanding on Ki!

I II keep yourself from harm. Striking at a fundamental fact, the writer I ANNOUNCE TillS WEEK the scientists replied there was every adult man or woman to at- Lake were awarded last wee!
no way of calculating very easily, tend church at least once a week the State Armory Hoard Hi
" stated that the home is
either the Continued
/ "Great men don't hate-they are greatest ( from page one) but that it la a celestial 'attraction if for no other reason than the Gallespie Construction CG I

'. : too busy with their accomplishments. obstacle or the greatest assistance to the school trustee for the office of!I so unusual that even eclipsesseem influence it will have on youth." I Jacksonville. The low bid fcc|

I', .:: Hate flourishes in the breasts of those school.Dr. School Board member from Dis- commonplace In comparison.The I He pointed out the foUy of feedIng building was $4 ,975.
trict Two. He stated "If astronomers stated that our "transient bodies" three
: elected I
! :. who have time to feel their Howard M. LeSourd dean of BostonUniversity's
wrongs. I Mercury will be the '
will near western 1'10'
. diligently work for better times a day while neglecting to "TlM' 01IMM.H 1 |
' "Hate is the weapon of the defeated graduate school, in a recent talk Bradford County schools." horizon shortly after sunset followed feed our "everlasting souls" at FOR 'r \, u.uI : :

,I' love that of the victor. No man on "Home, the Source of Character," argued T. C. Chastaln employe of the II by Jupiter, Venus Saturn least once a week. I NOTICK<4 : Denmark Furniture Co., for the and Mars in ascending order. It of That K. f:. !.... holder of <4 ".
that Deploring the failure
., ver won by hating but many have con parents cannot expect their children to office was pointed that the some Certificate No. 448. .Indued tli'l
of reunionof
out
County Commissionerfrom modern parents to make their day of September A D l I9*l
! quered by loving." have sturdy, self.reliant characters unless District Four. He promises planets is taking place at a children mind. Dr. Barker blamed filed same. In mv office "J.

: "No man ever won by hating." Is this they observe a few important qualificationsfor "al% honest. faithful and eco- happy time since the "elusive" this laxness for the delinquency I I be made.Imiued application thereon, for H>ild a tat.'"J,"I''1

' : themselves of which is I nomical administration I I ," if member of the quintet-Mercury of many boys and girls of high I embracethe. following d',*
: simple sentence a prediction of the ultimate one a willingness elected.J. will be in a most favorable property In the ('ountYforI. >\ .'
; downfall of the of Adolf to study the responsibilities of school age. He recommended I Mate. of Florida. lo-..'''jj
: hate-inspired reign parenthood. M. Rosier well-known former position for observation. putting the child to bed for an I Went Half of Houthw. t. '

Hitler? Undoubtedly. For students of his- lie suggested "giving your child plenty of county commissioner, for the office Mercury Is called the "elusive" hour If he does not mind the first of Southwest Six QuarterTownHhlp South 1'.llu.!HRnr

tory feel certain that the German dictator rope, but keeping a firm grasp yourself on of county commissioner' from planet because It is. so near the time,he is spoken to. "After this I 'Rant*"". containing1 .0( Avres. 1ft""

. will eventually follow in the footsteps of the rope's end." District One. Mr. Rosier was sun that it can be seen only a 1 punishment has been repeated S The aime-Mment: of the ""I" .Tj
board member from the three or four times will find '
' I Lawtey few you r prey under the ..Id certlfWJ
' those before him who fell victims of their Thus it is seen that all over the Nation district for eight years, from 1930 times during the year and that your firmness has paid big mini wa., In the name of Mr

:" own ambitious dreams. there I is a growing conviction that the home to 1933. and states that "I feel then only for a few days at a dividends In future obedience," II.n f'I"; KM said certifies ;l h'l'_| .
I
, that time shortly before sunrise and redeemed accord I ti !laI I Iprnnerty
my past experience well a the speaker said. "The mother, n r
.
--------O must play its part in the dencrlbed. therein ";I
'. formation of qualifies. me to perform the dutiesof little after sunset. By a fortunate who does not compel her little:I old) to the hlghe hl"lil!. ''J
" 1 A Funny Story; Hut:- youth"s character, if America is to emerge this office satisfactorily." He I coincidence. February 28 is girl to come into the house when I i-'iurthoiiBw door ..I) the. fll.1day

., Too :Many Others: Feel This Way from its present condition of lawlessness was born and reared in Bradford, I one. of the days,during 1910 when first spoken to. "should not be which In U the the month l-t tlav of1'ofttLed "i '
i>J C.br
... County is Decomea mOst J surprised when her thin 17th day of
prominent aa an teen-age
Eloquent commentary on the philosophy a condition that it i is estimated is U40
'. cosling'the Richard L. Lee. veteran Bradford evening star.s.oooo' daughter gets in at two or three; (OKFiriAI PRAM A, Tl"lI
;, of life that characterizes too many of'our taxpayers of this country $15,000,000- County faimer. announced o'clock In the morning after being I Clerk (If Circuit Court I

'i t. "indigents" today was found recently in a 000.000 annually. The views expressed by! yesterday as a candidate for the For Co-Op told .to be home. by twelve,"I'', County Florida.-- -

. little news! item from :Macon, Georgia way. the above educators have 1 been voiced in almost democratic nomination as ounty I he concluded. I tOTII'K. lit 1111)1"i :""
, Commissioner from dUtrlct three, It'was recently announced from Dr. Barker's"morning talk to i The Knard of hood "* "I
According to an Associated Press dispatch identical form by such famous authorities embracing South Starke. Sampson 'Washington that the Rural Electrification !: high school students was enthusiastically -I:I, celve Urudfonl bid County.until 10 FlorMi 00'1(" I;i

,I; a deputy sheriff reported this! corner- on crime a* :Mr. J. Edgar Hoover of the and vicinity. Mr Lee has had Administration has allotted received and many of I 1 March II :h. lD-IO. and al l li
Department public experience as a school $50.000 to the Clay Electric the youngfolk turned out at I II i 1 tohe publicly op"n"'l'
of night
Justice I
nation with a negro who !sought his official and Warden Lewis Hall In the City ark
I trustee for several years: and! Cooperative at Keystone Heights to hear him again. Speaking, for the following
.: assistance: Lawes of Sing Sins, men whose practical experience stated he would "discharge the for additional& equipment at the I I from past experience (the was i,i iI .. One.. -Full-not I>le less..e| .than.In.l.rirder T '

; "IJoss, I want to find out who owns : with crime and the criminal give ,duties of the office In a fair i generating plant. I once physical Instruct 0 r for, Maximum Ilreak llorrVelKht i'i

them authority to speak with economical and business-like President Taft I, he gave them| ,\ '-. to b* not K t
: the house I live in. conviction and 'oun" or On* T--"rtrjnil
t'i nalit t manner. He has lived In the I Ilillllillies ,Here Man. three simple rules which, if followed -' >len-l Motor (lra.I....
\ "' do you pay your rent to?" y. I county 41 years' coming here with I would Insure their future than Break Horn Power ti>
Forty five llorJe
,
: "Ain't paid none." -O- his parents when 6 years old! The Jubilee Hill DillIes popular health: Url/ik\ plenty of water; \V"'lirht to he not I Ie..* =
entertainers hi ard pound on Standard : "himachined
i frequently no eating between meals '
I
exercise
>
"How long have you been living A bit of advice on safe driving from 1 Welfare l'aymcnlsA over radio station \VRUF in1 moderately every day. ; I reversible to Bind be equipped. *

:. there?" Eddie Cantor Gainesville, will make an appear The noon address Bond Tru..tee. re..*r'.. ,t t. r
"If was) before
:
you have a tank full be \ total of $3.702.00 to reject all bide.
was paid in ance here at the American any or I
"Nine years. thankful Legion members of the Rotary Club and I Ordered In regular .,55lnn l !
; if have. ; Bradford ., i
you a car full be careful ; County during January home Monday night at 8 their guests at the aid Kor thin the 6th UJ'
__ '_ Well, then. what's your trouble?" and if you have a snoot full hire a taxi t" to Old Age Assistance and Aid to The performance will be O'CIOCk'l luncheon. Attendance regular Wednesday was- I ATTEST ruary A.: D.A. U4O.A. Durden, ('b'
Dependent
Children groups. benefit of the New River I IS. perhaps the largest ever exper-I Carl John, ,C.-iI




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