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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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SIXTY-TWO STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAKCII 1, 1940 NUMBER EIGHTKEJ .,;
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ingVeek\ More the Popular Than EverDuring Given ImpetusBy In Train Wreck, Here ..r


year 1939 an aver- a W. P. A project, the libraryhas
age of 23 people every' day entered been housed ever since In the
NearsCounty
Primary the public book library of Starke, pickedout Woman's Club building. It has $2,000 Grant Visitor Dies of Severe Internal :
a to suit their
taste or grown rapidly both In the num-
Candidates needs went home to curl up in a ber of books and In popularitywith Injuries Three Local rliNj,
[ Sanitary Toilets To ReConstructed
comfortable
chair become
better
the
reading public. More People Hurt
[lIa\'e'23 More Days acquainted with the written word. than 30,000 loans have been made Under i I"" \

[For.: Qualifying According to careful records during the five years of Its existence F. S. A. SupervisionThe Another fatality was chalked up against .
kept b y capable
grade-crossing accidents Tuesday' morning
announcement for sheriff, librarian Jeanette Farm Security Administration -
when the Seaboard's southbound
pr tax collector, one for state C. Young <( for member of/ here behind Blossom' Special collided with an automobilehere
[>r, and one counties in the southern states to' I
chool board comprised the her book-laden be used for sanitary purposes. resulting in death for one man and

fal: crop'here during the last desk), a total of Bradford County was selected serious injuries for four other passengers' :

week In Feb 7,355 volumes aa one of the counties in Floridato Owen Sherwood, 65, of Winchester' Ky., a

ruary. Unless \Were loaned by receive the $2,000 grant be I retired jeweler and u regular: winter visitor

things pick up the library d u r- cause of the high precentage ol to Florida, died a few minutes after being

drastically IrtiJxJ' Ing 1939-Its busiest hookworm reported for the carried to a doctor's office from the scene

t"' the next few year. wl county. I of the accident. P
( days It seems The $2,000 has been divided Into y itZ.4tit1 eluiN +ot a
+ that March That the publics il Local people injured were: !Mrs. Joe ..,'a < 1
''XiCivK:! "> ?!. : ; $5000 grants to 40 worthy low- fl'
4, will "come In prefers its Income farm families to Improve Hoover, fractured left shoulder; Mrs. Frank !

like a lamb"at read 1 n g "light," sanitary conditions on the farms Hoover, fractured left arm, left thigh, and ,,1 "

least In however Is shown This money will be used to con left clevicle (part of shoulder) ; Don L. I, .." '

apoliticalway. In the fact that 70 struct sanitary pit privies, Im Hoover, sprained hip, possible' fracture of f '

Only two prove water supply and screen left hip, and possible internal injuries. Mrs. Shown above renting on Its top In a ditch ,, \\f

months and percent of the books withdrawn houses. Sherwood, wife of the driver of the car, received near the railroad track, Is the automobile 4' [, lid?
one week re ((5,283 to be exact) were fiction. Mrs. Young reports a revival of The idea back of this grant la } ir:
a fractured left leg, thigh and hip. which figured In a grade-crossing!! accident here ;
a main 1 before Juvenile works were next in popularity interest In "Gone With the Wind"as not to set up a model sanitary 1'/',,\

the first pri ,. accounting for 1.523 loans. a result of the current release project on any farm. The Idea U The Sherwoods arrived here early in the Tuesday ',' I 1l'\ .
week for a visit with their old _ _
History, travel and ,
mary on May biography rana of the motion picture version of to help raise the health standard :

L. ,Johns 7. poor third ((250)), while other the novel. This phenomlnal best a little for aa many families In friends, the Hoovers and were 4 Natives In Race "r }:

subjects. In order of popularity seller of four or five years ago the county as possible. just starting on a pleasure trip to RegistrationBooks i' I
well-known citizen :
f L. Johns,
announced formally were: sociology 89, useful arts 42, has been by all odds the most pop- This work ts to be done under Jacksonville when the accident For GovernorshipThe f
River, ,
(?w religion 35, fine arts 26 philosophy ular book in the history of the supervision of the Florida State occurred.It II
the office off '
for
candidate Bradford 20, natural science 17, and library here. It definitely eclipses Board, of Health. Part of con is believed that Mr. Sherwooddid To MoveOnly cosmopolitan population of ,,1 W

of County. language 13. "Anthony Adverse," and even the niction work i will be done with not realize the nearness of the Floridahalf of It originated In t' :

was a candidate for Mr'l: The library now has a total of current smash-hit "Grapes of : W. P. A. and N. Y. A, labor train as he approached the Jef other States-Is demonstrated by ,}k(!

in 1936 and although his 3,000 volumes a gain of 297 during Wjiath" is not expected to equal ferson Street cftxsslng, and Two Days Left the 1940 race for Democratic 'f + ''

[nation then,to announced"try It again"de-I the twelve months of 1939. the record of Margaret Mitchell's Major Fred A Safay of the thought he had time enough to For Those Who Wish nomination for Governor. I I$

i Established here July 15, 1935 as masterpiece. State Board of Health spoke tc clear the truck in safety. Witnesses Twelve candidates have announced Ji'll
He Is known throughout To )Register At Home ,'
state that the train was ,
Rotarians at their Wednesday; and right of them were born
and his announcementbe
bounty,
I luncheon, stressing the need for not traveling at an excessive rate in other States. Ten of them are .i'' ,';
| received with Interest. Fuller Warren New voters In Bradford County "
DescribedIn a. W. p A, project providing for of speed and this indicated by to under CO years of age. (; t
Camp have only two more days register
|. D. Wamwrlght, Jr., proml-) Attacks 'Bond Sharks'' the construction of sanitary tot the fact that the engineer wax while the registration books The native Floridians are Spes- !: r'i:
young insurance man oiike : able to stop before he reached the
lets In this county. are still with the precinct super sand L. Holland of Bartow, Carl
formally announced as a Making his second speech of "With recent tests Indicating Call Street crossing, a block visor After Monday the books Maples of Wakulla Hans Walker t: :

idate for the office of tax Glowing Terms I the week In Bradford County, that 70 percent of the schoolchildren away. A signal bell but no will be returned to the office ol Ocala and Fuller Warren of t I if flt fltof
ctor of Bradford County Hjrell light, in, stationed at the place
Fuller Warren, young Jacksonville In Bradford County an Supervisor of Registration N, D. Jacksonville. t ,
known In this section bea National Guard attorney and candidate for Infected with hookworms, the Importance where the accident occurred. I Witlnwrlght in the courthouse Other candidates their present { !,

( life long resident of Brad Hopes To Build Governor of Florida outlined hie of sanitary units cui The train knocked the automo here where they will remain open home towns and their birth Statesare 1'1"

County and prominently) platform In a speech here at one hardly be overestimated" Major bile completely off the track and through Saturday, April 20. : James E. Barbee of Jacksonville "

Rifled with Its civic and poll- 'Finest In Country'Camp o'clock Wednesday afternoon. He Safay declared. It landed on its top In a ditch just County candidates have 23 more (Kentucky) ; James 11. Clan* I
activities. Ha' has the dls- He stated that the cost to the west of the
had previously spoken at the dedication crossing. of Panama City ) ,
(Michigan{
lion, ?jnelnflr:... the' youngest Ah1Te! H. ,Blanding, now of the new Lawtey market- property owner is only around ,Examining physicians elate( days' in which to qualify. Secretary cey Walter D. Fraser of Augustine .4 '

fid War veteran,., In the county in process of construction six Ing platform Tuesday night. $10 for materials, and that the that Mr. Sherwood died of severe/ al State last week R... A.that Gray the dead announced (Georgia)) ) B. .... Paty of West ',!
has been active In the miles east 'of Starke on Klngsley %
very W. P. A. furnishes all labor and internal injuries Ills body was I
Palm Tennessee JamesII
Beach
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line would bll midnight March 23; ;
rican Legion and Young Lake, will likely be "the finest.
I supervision of construction "Th placed in charge of DeWitt C, Rodger of St PetersburgSouth ;
instead of March 22, us previously
nocratlc Club organizations training area of any National spread of hookworms can neve Jones and funeral arrangement, ( Carolina) ; Kurton Schoepf ;

f Guard in the country," In the! be controlled an long as unsanltar;) had not been announced yester The announced first primary will be held of Tampa (District of Columbia); I

rew H. Dukes of Worthington words of Capt Ralph W Cooper, | conditions) prevail," Major Suite;) day.The on May 7, and. the run-off will be Fred L. Touchton of Avon Park ,

(ings announced as a candl- Jr., state quartermaster who concluded two Mrs. Hoovers and/ Mia. on May 28.Nursery. (Georgia), and Francis P White- :

for state senator from Brad spoke atI.. recent meeting of engineers I Sherwood were curried to River- hair of DcLund (I Kansas).

and Union Counties He has in Jacksonville. side HonpltHl in Jacksonville
1 News Of Interest
The 1935 census showed Florida's \i:;
previous legislative exper- i The speaker stated that 32 I shortly after the accident Mrs Project
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to be 1,139,063
te, having served as represenve "I miles of fence will be required to I ;1 To Corn Shippers Joe Hoover was permitted to return Remains Doubtful whites population and 403,205: negroes \;." '

| from Union County at the enclose the 26,000 acres! making to her home here yesterdayDon '.'.,
et ..ave. 1 The proposals of the Florida ( Among the whites, /WJl.SiO were ,!j'',
legislative session. Mr. Dukes I! up the military reservation. In Hoover, whose Injuilee laDepriving
also served four terms on the : the camp proper contracts have Steam Carriers in the pcndln, were not at first believed to be Luck of H Hponniiilng group of listed HS native/ born Floridians If}
LW ; y. Bradford County e a !
Jon County School Board, and !'already been let for a structural weight and rate cane on vege serious, half since been advised togo It Georgia contributed 13S.766 persona fj'{
was
W. I' A. project ,
chairman of the body duringt I steel garage and two structural I tables from Florida origins, to 1\11!II to the hospital for X-ray examination. learned this nursi-ry week Mrs lye und Alabama 66,070. The \

entire time. I I steel warehouses. he said.! Addl- I I destinations east of the Rock;)' However. up until of .Juckoonvllln, end. of Eastern: States were listed aa ;
Sprinkle 'i
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Middle ,
the
for ,
98,300
Dukes !! tlonal contracts will be let soon tit Mountains IH of special importance yesterday he was still at his home birthplaces
J.Ir. Issued thinarea
statement In
a I I the women's work projects Stales for 88.254 and the Western 1
and interest to the growerand I Madison here.
concreteblockmess Street
which for ten or more on
he declared himself la met with the executive com 1
Slates for 54772.
lor of the following: Old age i halls and kitchens combined drfw+': shippers of green corn. mittee of the Starke Woman'sClub
r to which the do not vote In the :':
The proposals Negroes i'11
listance from the State to Capt. Cooper declared. I Plant City Berries Wednesday of last week In ,
Florida Railroad Commission and Democratic primaries, which by
|tch any Federal grant; Keep-I The speaker also discussed the club house to urge that the I
the Growers and Shippers League Behind ScheduleThe party rules are limited to white ( ,
taxes on real estate at a low problems In landscaping and beautification of Florida concurred are; club sponsor this project Mrs.K. I persons .I if ifI.
el I; Adequate provision for O. Duncan, president of the'
which will be the of; I ?:
b problems! ((1)) To Increase weight Plant City strawberry season
cation; Keeping our public woman's club said Tuesday that I (,
encountered In developing the reservation green corn from 63 to 64 pound! is still running far behind last Launches
Ihways in good repair; and the the club had declined to acceptthe I City 1r
concluded his talk when shipped In crates having In year's figures. A total of 12,000 '
ruction of new highways and I responsibility for the nursery I
side dimensions of 12x13x22; pints came to the market there I Drive For LicensesDeilnquent
ere needed. ; "When Camp Blanding and added that the sponsorship
by saying I
from 64 to 65 pounds when ship Monday, and commanded a fancy
[I will be on the job to defend is completed, we hope to have ped In crates having Inside dimensions price of from 24 to 30 cents a amounted to about $75 per month city occupational t} ; i

rights of the farmer and the the finest training area of any Fuller Warren of 12x12x22 1-2; and tc pint. and was. more than the club could licenses were' turned over to Chiefof

ring man at all times," Mr. National Guard In the country" He was the second gubernatorial Increase from 43 to 51 pound! Shipments last week went on a afford as financial It was already burden. bearinga Police A. L. Alvarez this week ;

kes stated. "I will co-operate, candidate to "take the stump" when shipped In crates with Inside further decline with only 70,600 heavy for collection, Carl Johns, City I/t, ;
h all state officials and de- Many counties througnout the Clerk, said yesterday. Collections t
here during the present campaign.B. dimensions of 12x12x13. pint sold, averaging anywherefrom
ftments to secure economical Leap Year DayApparently F. Paty spoke here several ((2). To reduce all rates. at leas 19 1-2 cents to 26 3-4 cents state have W. r. A. nursery pro during the week were very i' I

Progressive service for the 'A Bust' weeks ago.Particularly. 15 per cent and others by percentage the pint throughout the week. jects. The project cares for underprivileged good he added and only a very

plea" stre sed by Mr. In excess of 15 per cent. Monday was the biggest: day children between the few are still unpaid. Originally I i";

his accomplishment In the Up until press time yesterdaynot were his platform planks The above proposals not only with 28,800 points, and Thursday ages of two and six years. The more than half the licenses were I '

Mature, Mr. Dukes hated the 'I single: Leap Year Day mar- Warren dealing with lower electric light will result in reductions of all! was the smallest with 1,000 pints. children and are returned called home for each each delinquent and were due last October 1 i

owing: Fought for the present riage ceremony had been per rates; reductions In the "exorbitant. rates on containers with dimen Seasonal shipments through morning the 1. ,

P-d distribution of race track formed by County Judge E. K. Interest being paid to Flor sions 12x12x22 but also no Increases Monday night reached the 1,667- evening and throughout day The City Clerk also called the
In the of the nursery -
while custody
In containers 12x12x1! mark. Returns! to growers attention of homeowners to
ney among the counties. Helped Perryman. ida's bond manlpula tor "; and the 999-plnt city I
fed diet taught
a
nsor a bill giving free serum Thursday was February 29, the saving In lives that would result and In addition places the Flor through Saturday were approximately are and receive proper instruction. the fact that the new two-cent per I

virus for hog vaccination. day that comes only once every from taking livestock off of Flor- ida grower In more advantageous J203.WJ055. I The games would employ a cook kilowatt (after the 10 percent I
lied against sales tax bills traditionally the position with respect to his I project discount !Is deducted) electric '
four years and ida highways. and several maids, It was stated
[Jed for repeal of one-half of Is for a competitors In other States. Maxville Short Cut I rate for all over 100 kilowatts per \1 ,
one day when It proper Regarding light rates. Mr. Warren Mrs. Duncan said Mrs. Sprinkle I \11;
* homes Into
month used In goes
percent tax. j j
gross receipts young lady to propose marriageto declared and quoted govern would continue her efforts to finds
ght for and helped pass the Mrs. Cora O'SteenMrs. Next On ProgramState effect today. This Is not just a I{f
suitor.
her timid ment statistics to prove his contention sponsor for this project In the
taking the lien requirements I 'cooking rate, he said, but applies
Actually the 29th of FebruaryIs that rates In Georgia and Road 204 the long- county. home I: i
rn I Cora O'Steen 39, died at to all electricity used In the f
property for the security of of work to 50
25 percent
extra day
an Alabama are would \
just which
her home in Jacksonville early awaited short cut for all purposes. ,
age assistance benefits for those who geta than In Florida. "This Is I
without pay lower 'I Monday following a brief illness. connect Jacksonville direct with QuadrupletJies i p
bird formal announcement of monthly salary check. because the monopolistic power and eliminate
She was a native of Nassau Road 13 at Maxville Alachua Steer WinsA t
regulated. In those l ., Short, second
'week Ala -Hope
are
Jasper
came from J. S. Nor- companies County and moved to Jacksonville the out-of-the-way loop

n', who definitely came out as Accident Victim Better states, by a utility commission. It years ago from Lawtey. She through Baldwin will be the next of the tiny quadruplets born llerford steer '

I candidate ,for the nomination Is my plan when I am governor,:120 Is survived by her husband F. G. project for the State Road Department IPFS than two months ago by the 1,170-pound of Alacbua Y I

I school board member from D1 H. M. Thomas, resident of the' to create a slmillar commissionfor O'Steen and eight children. In this section as soon light of a kerosene lamp In a owned by George Duke I''
Brooker-LaCrosse section is reported -: Florida and through It demand -i between backwoods cabin, died of bronchial County: was awarded the grand
tOne. Lawtey. Mr. Normana Also surviving are three alster8.'Iorr. as Road 13 Is completed of the sixth
to be Improving after be- that our own light rates be; The announcement pneumonia Friday night. championship prize
[ prominent grower and ship- : .. Maggie:< Grlffis and Mrs. Baldwin and Callahan. Fat Stock Show
of this section and stated 'ing seriously Injured In an auto lowered until they are on a parity Grlffis both of Ralford was made at a meetIng Weighing less than three annual Florida
Shelby ) week.
t "If accident Friday. February with these other states." I I In pounds at birth the Infant failedto and sale la Jacksonville this ;
elected I will work for mobile and Mrs, Ina Bell Austin of Jacksonville of the Road Department old animal was
19 months
best Thomas' truck collided witha I out that Florida now 'The cut. : respond to blood transfusions, The
Interest of all schools in 16. Pointing ; and four, brothers. Washington Tallahassee Wednesday.
car on the Palatka: "bond manipulators"about the distance from oxygen and stimulant after a Florida bred.
county. passenger pays her Davis of Ralford. and Jack off will shorten
highway near Gainesville and he I $31.000.000 per year In Interest -::, Lacy and Elry Davis of ,(Jackson Starke to Jacksonville by six or two-day Illness. Other local winners were A. I*. -
condition for of Mr. and Mrs Jackson of Gainesville reserve
was In a critical alone Mr. Warren said his i ville. seven miles.CMldren'H. The other quads

modeling Building some time afterward. plan to force a reduction In Interest ; Funeral services were held at Clyde; Shot t-Faith, Charity and championship; T. D. Matthews of

[Work neared completion this rates will put half of that I, Dyal Cemetery near Ralford Monday Clinic Soon i'liuikliu--aie: In excellent condl- Alachua reserve honors for pen t } l lIll
All four pounds now. of three steers and Amanda Jean
"k on remodeling the front Fire Truck CalledThe I amount, at least, back In the: afternoon .on. weigh i
'I interior of the former Bank I State treasury where It belongs. ', The local American Legion Post &trey Mete brought to a Jasper Hancock of Alachua. reserve I

Starke building now owned by fire truck was called out I "With 15 to 18 million dollars of: Transferred will furnish free transportation to i.ui.i.luil. a day after their birth pilze In 4-II steer competition.

H. Nasworthy, local business about 4:30: o'clock Tuesday afternoon I Increased revenue without additional Daffin all Bradford County minors who ca. tiuu/oo, Ala.Urcdford I i'

'n. The Interior was made into I when a pile of wood stacked ,' taxes. all of Florida's fin-i M. H, Dakin, manager of the I wish to attend the Crippled Child llarbee In Town

* large room, the walls j, behind the Bradford County' Telegraph anclal problems will be solved. I John H. Denmark Furniture Com- ren's Clinic to be held In Palatka Man Candidates] of Jacksonville [
green Haibec
>ry ceiling white with ,! building caught on fire, We can repeal the gross receiptstax pany store here, was transferred I Friday, March 8. Automobileswill The Rev James *\
the -
a flying spark. won't need a, here at C. E Clubby a native of Bradford candidate for governorship a
TO moulding. The front of the! supposedly from then and we last week to the company's: store leave the courthouse few \
tiding was replaatered. and at, The blaze was discovered in an sales tax. j I II Iin St. Augustine. Mr. and Mr. r 7O: o'clock that morning. Frte County now living In Jack- of Florida spent a brief ialts.
extinguished ,; I..... announced as a can- hours here Tuesday making
od floor laid over the original, early stage and was "1 plan to devote at least 5. akin and son M. H. Jr., made( lunches will be served to those attending boii i.u In, will here a
He speak
arrived by of the :
for pence
crete one. When or by whom before the fire truck I I OOO.OOO) of this saving to IncreasjContinued many friends here who regret I by the Palatka American ih..t. justice
of chemicals kept In the I Post I j lo..iu. di..tilct In that city. | later date ?
building will be occupied. the use I I I ( on page eight) | teeing them leave. I Legion
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I I FLA. STATE FARM' week-end here with his brother,
", Shipping PlatformAt This Governorship RaceDespite
G-Men "Crack Down"On I Ry Miss Knza Weaver Willie Dyal.

Lawtey the -
Miss Mary Graves spent

Mrs. Margie Wiggins and Mrs. week-end with Miss Thelma Man- the strenuous whoopingIt come right out and dt:11Lrt:

; Vice In Miami AreaFederal Dedicated TuesdayFuller Jack Wjhite of Jacksonville were ning of Starke. up for various favored candidates -! he'll gain enough to malt i

I Warren, popular young dinner guests Wednesday of their Miss Eula Mae Dyal has returned it appears that the guberna- contender. At the !am.

agents acting alone and action came when they arrived candidate for governor, Introduced mother, Mrs. McLendon and home after a week's visit torial race is atm a very wide- however, you'll find mun

with quiet precision, cracked with groups of prisoners. his platform to approximately 1- brother, Paul McLendon. in Jacksonville\ with relatives. open affair and none of the political wouldn't will go *o far as to say r

I vice in the Miami area I Smiling polite but close- 200 voters In Lawtey Tuesday Miss Betty Miller of Perry was Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon were wiseacres are going out ona which surprise themi\j LI

down Saturday on night, rounding up 21 mouthed, the G-Men appeared at night at the dedication of the, visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. limb over the matter. Of course, oil man.argues well for the I r

the Jail four times during the $2,500 community platform. cher last week-end. Willis Sunday. you can get "confidential" information -
prisoners and sending them to I Dyal I James Barbee
Jacksonviiui
night with new batches of men hither and but such
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince yon
the county Jail for booking on Mr. Warren was very emphatic! were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith were tor and reform candidate hail
and women. Their last trip was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pendlyin Information is coming from per-
reduce
:Mann Act violations In his plan to electricity, visiting in Hawthorne Sunday porters hither and 'bml
near midnight when four women Macclenny sons definitely pledged to one or yon ,
I indication that rates in our state to comply with Sunday. afternoon.Mr. not
generally believed
There was no 1,1
were booked. the other of the candidates anddoesn't that
those of our neighboring statesof Mr. and Mrs. Ivan flaxen
agents bad completed their raids, Almost toward their were and Mrs. Ray troodge were develop the last-minute ptoJ
gallant
deal
mean a great exceptthe >
Issued by U. Georgia and Alabama. Statistics visiting In Gainesville Sunday. and Mrs Lewis Par- though he is
armed with warrant the agents handed each visiting Mr. reputed to hat.1
prisoners desire to fan up public Interest \.
Edward were pointed out by the Robert Chapman who la a student tractive financial
S. Commissioner Roger woman a newspaper to hide be- rish Sunday.Rev. in their behalf. backing |In ,
Davis. Neither FBI men nor hind when hurriedto speaker showing the people of at the U. of F. in Gainesville W T. Mlnshew filled his sonvllle\ of respectable
a photographer
David would comment.J Lawtey where they were paying spent the week-end with his regular appointment here Sunday.Mr. But when you get right downto tiona. p

the scene. $5 03 per 100 kilowatts while peo- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. and brass tacks, it appears that But little
Edgar Hoover, :FBI director, In polite tones, the Jailer was parents Chap and Mrs. L. F Thomas a over two mootj
In Bolton Ga. town of of the is still
ple a comparable visit- most public willingto main before
who previously had said Miami reminded that these were federal family of Jacksonville were the May priman
man.Mrs. )
: authorities gave him only "lip prisoners and was asked to permitno size, were paying only Bryan Drew spent the day ing relatives Sunday evening. be persuaded and Indications things should be a little n !
for the of to that the
amount the
$3.85 same cur- point probability
service" in promising to cooperate outsider to interrogate them. in Jacksonville Friday. Miss Nona Brown was the din- the groove shortly. Just nlll

in cleaning up vice, Inefficiencyand All questions to the agents were rent.Mr. Miss Pauline Johns of Mac- ner guest of Mrs. Hattie Varnes. platform appearance is going to anybody's guess despite i tilt

corruption in the area, moved answered with: "Sorry, but I Warren took a more staunch clenny was visiting: Miss Enza Mr and Mrs. Jack Goodge and be a deciding factor in the matter.It amount of supposedly j information

eilently in the background. lie don't know," or tne more usual, and serious stand than ever be- Weaver last Friday. daughter were visiting Mr. and is frequently stated that which is freely I hi

came here two weeks ago, ostensibly -'"Sorry but no comment." fore and lashed the "Bond Sharks"of Mr. B. Hershfield left Tuesday Mrs. lAm Brown Sunday evening. Whitehair, virile young DeLand about.

for a vacation. A number of persons alleged to Chicago and other northern to visit for several weeks In New Mrs. Clynton Daughter and attorney, is out in front at pres- This much seems certain,]

So unexpected was the federal know underworld characters have cities and declared that the $31- York City with her children, Mrs. children spent the week-end with ent but that comes from the fact ever. No one has the thing,

men's activity that the flrat Intimation been questioned in the FBI office 000,000 they received last year In Harlette Goodman, Ruth and Sid- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn. that he got away early and has up to such an extent that

: that they had swung into here during the last month. Interest could be cut from $18.- ney Hershfield. Mrs. Ben Kite has returned a good organization throughoutthe erabla shifting can't occur i t

000,000 to $15.000,000 and this Mrs. Edd Townsend and daughter home from the Hospital in Jack- state. Whether the White- : the :May 7 vote and a I log

money used to better our schools Mary, and Mrs. Townaand's sonville, where she underwent an hair support is coming: from this things can happen in the i a

: Fit At 40 I Ii Florida Farmers and public institutions for the son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and operation.We organization or from the general days. As a matter of fact i J

Got $3,000,000Florida needy. Mrs. Emory Townsand of Trenton are glad to report that public is something that, at this deal will happen and if thej

i I ,! Contrary to a Times-Union spent the day in Palatka Sunday. Lester Kite Is Improving. time, isn't evident. develops into a platform I b

"I'm" Just as good as ever' farmers received $3.- statement the speaker failed to Community Church Funeral services were held at Holland is credited with being may be that Fuller Warren, i isonvllle

was. The man past forty years 005,105( out of the 1939 Federal mention his stand on the plan of Worship Services were con- the Dyal Cemetery for the Infant second man, although admittedly attorney and outs''

'.'., ; of age thinks he alertness is. ambition, appropriations for agricultural keeping cattle off of the highwaysbut ducted at the Log Cabin Shrine daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. being crowded closely by Paty. orator, may be a more

In mental make friends, self-con conservation and parity payments.This commented on bin "Millionaire Sunday, with the community Sapp Monday at 10:00: o'clock. Walter Fraser, St. Augustine threat than be appears to btj
,
ability to other the was disclosed In Congressby Opponents" and their "hired cars." minister officiating. A feature of mayor, naturally has whole- now. And no one i la cot

trol and in many Is usually ways better the House appropriations com Senator Charley E. Johns madea unusual interest was the atten- WOODLAWN hearted support in St. Augustineand Warren out'either at this tIn

man past forty before forty. But mittee. Tables inserted In the very brief address on the pro- dance In a body of Troop No. 104, By Mrs. Oscar CarterMr. also it is believed, down the though most dopsters plain ]

.' than he was he needs to use judgment committee's hearing records by gram. Mr. Johns aaked his many Boy Scouts of America' of which I east coast. Here though, he runs fourth place. The trout,

physically agriculture department officials friends here to support him in his Mr. Bryan Whitfield Is Scoutmas. and Mrs. Dalton Carter into Paty from West Palm Beach that first, second, third, I

man's. mind his Interests, his showed that of the conservation drive to be elected congressmanas ter. The Troop is made up of and daughter, Louise, and grandson -] and Spessard Holland from Bar- and even fifth places haven,i
,
A they had done so faithfully in boys living at the State Farm. I Richard were shopping In of
habits to force his body at the funds Florida payments were $2- tow also cuts Into the south Florida great margin difference

try tempo it has been going 823,105.: For parity or price-ad- his past races. Next service at the Shrine will Starke Saturday afternoon. potentialities. they have 'no one is a
name
;. youth and early adult- justment benefits, the state got Mr. Warren graciously offeredthe be Easter Sunday, March 24. Mis. Gladys Carter was visitingher Hans Walker, Ocala is gain- enough about It to put thth
throughout
; hood. The body, with its systems 230000. use of his public address system Music will be arranged by Mrs. uncle, W. E. Norman, Sunday ing ground, It Is believed, but you roll on the result.-Palatka l

and organs, responds to these de In addition to the actual pay- to Sumpter Harley who madea W. E. Murphree, assisted by the afternoon. can't find anyone rash enough to News.
> brief talk in behalf of FrancisP. Adult, Intermediate and Junior Miss Lois Johns of Jacksonville
; the tables showed
jn&nda-aa long as it can. ments county
Whltehalr another candidate Choirs. All residents of the Farm, was visiting Mrs. Gladys Carter
'. Here are some suggestions to association! expenses In Florida Gaskins Saturday afternoon. example, the name Shak
for Governor.The I as well as visitors, are Invited to Sunday morning.
, counteract the slow-suicide pace were $296,421 and administrative I Mrs. Lonzie Norman of Hell- has appeared In print Spelt
attend. Leonard Barber and Mr. and
".' that most men past forty try to expenses were $86,340.For market dedication speech, bronn was visiting Mrs. Thelma fewer than 83 different i

.;, keep: the country, conservation was made by Bill Plummer who I Scout Hike Mrs. Barber of Baldwin were Norman Sunday. Other variations are due to The Scout Troop enjoyed a hike visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns
;" 1. One lean hour ot work for one payments were $462,316,643 and was introduced by City Clerk Mrs. Lois Denmark and Mrs. A. ing from one language to i an
Into the woods after.
; 1. One term hour of work for one parity payments $213,813,135.BIlOOIEIl J. Phillips. F. R. Carradine 0'1 Saturday Sunday I T. Dunn were visiting Mr and as Nachtlgall becoming Nf
noon, accompanied by the Scout Oscar Carter was a business '
. morn medical eXluulnatioo.Ii j troduced Mr. Warren.A Mra. S. N. Norman Sunday after gale, etc.,
master and the Rev. L. A. Shep- visitor to Lake Butler Saturday.
: Diet work and play-after restaurant of the modern
; new Still further surname vtf
.
herd, chairman of the sponsoring Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins and noon.Mr.
forty should be planned after with of and Mrs. Joe Holmes ofBootsey's
seating
a capacity
. type results from applications 1 II
fly Mr L. L. Parker committee. Three new scouts sons and J, S. Norman spent the
: ; the findings of your doctor 48 here last week Beach Mr.
was opened on werevisiting courts for legal permissm|
have been added to the Troop, and week-end In Plant City and Val-
J: are considered. Well folks here It Is: Marrying Road 13. Owner R. A. Gilffls are taking up their work as 'if rico visiting Mrs. Eliza Hill and and Mrs. Oscar Carter Sunday change a surname, and tliei

2. One letw pound of fat for one Margaret will be this states that business is good and afternoon.
presented they do not intend to remain longin Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Milliard. tion of pen names, stage j

11-1 more of tough muncle. Friday night at the school auditorium he should be commended for his the Tenderfoot Class. The recruits S. H. Thompson of Lawtey was screen names etc.-W. p. KIn

I .. Muscle, after forty, Is best March 1st. Admissionwill help in building a bigger and bet- are Lam a r Whiddon, visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Did You Ever Wonder Christian Science :Monitor|

I: built by less Intensive activity. be 15c< and 25c. This In a ter Lawtey.The Charles Thornton. and Robert
last week.
1 Brisk walking bowling and three-act play with 16 real actors. Thompson How Names Started?
people of our communityare Markham. In addition to these Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Dunn and BUS SCHKDCLE:
U sensible amounts of golf are The masquerade is a scream. to be the In-
congratulated on new members, the Troop Roster children of Jacksonville were NorthboundLeaves
;: recommended Instead of handball Come. friends. Tell "Surname" Is from the old
Bring your terest in public works they have includes Bernard
1 Ralph Dudley, visiting Mrs. Dunn's uncle and Starke at 2:20.:

{ and "golf marathons. your neighbors and let's all see the taken. Only a few more signersare Jordan, Herbert Crews Richard aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman, French "sur plus" "name" and 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m.. 6l|
Even the old-fashioned "additional It
"dailydozen" means name.
players in a rousing comedy Friday maybe
1 needed before our town will Woodard, June Crews. Joe Allen recently. m., and 10:10: p. m.
la to be harmful defined the which
apt as name a
y night.!
be equipped with a dial type Lander, and James Bradley. Boys Miss Lorena Rosier was shop- 'I I Southtpui1c1Leaves
', if engaged In strenuously. bears In with the ,
ommon
Mr. and Mrs. Rivers of person !
George
telephone system. Won't It bewonderful listed as Cubs are Claude Johns, ping in Starke Friday afternoon.Mrs. Starke at 2:40: l ]
I'. 3. One torn helping of meat for Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. G. other members of his family, as
when you can gather Delbert Crews Jimmy Brown M. D. Carter returned 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m. and]
of
t" one more vegetable Howard of distinguished from his given
Fairbanks
were visitIng and give gossip without making Godwin
Jim Frank Jordan, Leslie' home Thursday from Delray.. She m.
' I Vegetables supply proteins as name. Thus, If name happened p.
) Mr. and Mrs. your
Clyde Kelley
actual contact?
Overstreet and
Bradley Billy was accompanied home by her Westbound
. well as meats. In addition, Sunday.On I ( to be Jimmy Jones, "Jones"would
. .\ there the .min. Strawberries In the Lawtey sec- Bradley Geiger. daughter, Mrs. Louie Belle Parks, be Leaves Starke at 5:35: p|
are necessary Thursday February 22nd, your surname, and the
\ tion are rapidly recovering from and eons.Mr. 11:30
and
: a. m.
erals and vitamin, plus, Itrooker School observed the birth- surname of your father and grandfather
'. thp freeze. Dick Ferguson, local SAMPSON CITYBy and Mrs. Luther Hilliard Eastbound
, roughage. I day of the Father of His and of your children. If,
Countrywith farmer, states that we will be were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B.An Leaves Starke at 5:20: pt
Ktta: I)
\ 4, One left banquet for one more the following program: Kuy jal on the other hand, you are Mary
few berries the latterpint
picking a by
".' : light supper at tuxne. I "Star Spangled Banner"; Flag' of March. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dyal were Early Riser Jones you might marry and IN TIIM rmrrrr ('4)1 nT
Heavy meals tax the heart. Salute; Recitation "America For I change your surname for the sur-I iiiitiii'oiiii ('0''\'''%. now

, Banquets are part of the fast Me," Mary Mccauley; Reading, P of, and Mrs. I. B. Cody have visiting in Graham last week. "I reckon," said the farmer, name of the man you wed. 11. F. Clerk IN CHANCMUV( :
Mrs. Hattie Vurnes has
returned "that I
get earlier than
moved to Gainesville up any-
: tempo of modern life. Anyway "The Old temporarily Complalntant.VH ,
Flag, Donald Hazen; Thus it would seem that the I
home from week's visitIn
a else In
body the I
t where Mr. Cody will attend school neighborhood -
, try banquetJoviality "
your Song, "Washington. First Grade; supply of surnames should be fair- MoKlnluy al
Palatka. John D.
. I am always before 3 o'clock in
j.
this up
folkK.j semester. .
on the home .
"The Defendant
Flag, Allen Lewis "Wash-
; ly constant for boys and dwindl-,
Rev. W. T. Menshew and MISS the
j 3. One l_ hour of worry for O. J. Phillips was attendingto morning. I NOTICE IS HKItKBY OIVF'J
ington, Betty Long; "Song of Nona Brown were visiting Mr. The second farmer said he was ing in variety to the extent of the John JJ McKinley, Kdnimnln, II iLottie
! one more hour of laughter and Washington," Third Grade business in Jacksonville Mon Moon Hawks FenrlntJ
; Song number of
relaxation. and Mrs. Lem Brown recently.Mr. always up before then and had girls who marry bert Lincoln lj"ah I,. F'
i ; "God Ulesa America"; Recitation, day.R. and Mrs. D. G. Kelly of part of the chores done. I Whence then came the huge Elizabeth "....rlnVllIl"m '

j Medical science has found "Patriotism" Minnie Lee Hazen; B. Bennett, Bell Telephone Starke were visiting friends here The first farmer he number df different surnamesnow Inn 2nd., Ijlncoln Fearlnn W

! ,; that worry deposits poisons "A Child's Thoughts of Washing Co., representative. spent last one day last week.C. I was fibbing and decided thought to find In use? H.llrown.JohnHon., Ardllla FranclH Johnson M, and Wl'
in the heart. cuts "
Worry ton. Eugene Crosby; Song, week here. and Gilbert 1>'. "William R. Graves and madea
down efficiency on the Job. family out. A few mornings later, he Originally, surnames came from William and James. II. \VI.and ,.
I "Washington. Fourth and Fifth
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish en- business trip to Jacksonville got up at 2 o'clock and \\pnt to four principal sources: Benjamin W. tlllbert. and
Like can
i" cigarettes, worry Graded; "The Obligation of Free tertained friends at their home Monday of last week.J. his neighbor's house. He 1. From place of residence, as of them. If alive, and If d.l .|
made habit but rappedon ,
be
Y easily a dom Seventh and Eighth Grade the unknown helm, devIseeltees T
usually it cuts man's life last Friday evening. Those attending B. Brown has been visiting the back door, and the womanof Lester from de Leycestre; Par- aranteea or assigns, of' I
Students
! than do ; Recitation. "Washington were: James C. Woolen. his daughter, Mrs. Jack Goodgeof the house opened it. rlsh, from de Paris; Disney, from of the above named def.i |
more cigarettes. filed 51
i Louise Parrlah; Address, that a null han been
8. One Ira hour under an electric Miss Betty Phillips. Miss Anders, Starke.Mr. "Where is your husband ?" D'Islgny; etc. each of them. In the rirciill I
j I' "Democracy. Principal G. E.: Mr. J. S. Eunice and Bill Plum- and Mrs. T. C. Thomas and asked the farmer, expecting to 2. From, father or an ancestor, for Bradford County Florida 'fK.
,L r '... light for one more hour McGauley; "America." Clark, for the purpose t e j"J In the aunHhlno. A number of fathers mer. family of Palatka and Mrs. find his neighbor In bed. as Hudson son or Hud; Thompson move clouds and quiet the II''
J and moth-
Our Platform Has Grown- Josep Hall of Gainesville were "He of Thomae Wilson the following described In ni11
'. 7. One lean week of ellpl'C'Mstrain era attended.Lee was around here early in son ; son Ing and being. In Bradford Co
) visiting friends and relatives here the morning." answered his wife of Gillelmi; etc.
!;, living for one more Gainey Is In Jacksonville, }Florida to-wlt:
Sunday afternoon of last week. "but I don't know where he 3. From an occupation or of- Part of Lots Six and ElI>
I of restful varatlon.
! 8.week One lena luncheon-conference at dangerously the bedside ill.of his wife who is I 40 Years Ago ], Clyde Dyal of Tampa spent the now."Hardware Age. is'' fice, as Calvert, from Calvehlrd, to Block Town- 34,nf In fatntUj J. M._ ITInrlflA.Johns A I"d4'fftlon

I .. for one more "snooze- Itt Mr. and Mm. J. K. Douglas, one who herds calves; Fletcher, '.' Kant 28 described?l-; 'rwp.'iI'si.an follows. It1"' ]

,', midday Lubedla and John Pinholster and from a word meaning a skilled Hegrlnnlna- at the corner .r'J

:' : 0. One less cocktail for one more Vivian Parker were visiting Mrs. Items from the Telegraph's file THE POCKETBOOK maker of stone arrow-points; Sey- I And North Church on Church Streets. Street and runt"It 11I !]

; hour of Mlf'ep.L Lee Galney In Jacksonville Sun- of March 1890.Monday mour, from seamer, a tailor; as thence east and parallel with

10. One lens hour in the auto day. night a party of our well as the more obvious occupa- Street' 100 feet thenre 80.',.
KNOWLEDGE feet
feet. thence East 5 ]
for one more swinging it Misses Rubia Lee Hardy of society people surprised Mr. T. T. s tional names of Barber; Carpenter South 112'), feet to Nona fl
' foot. I ; Goldsmith; Porter; etc. thence VVVot alonir N Hh ''l-f
along on Gainesville and Hazel Lee of Jacksonville Uuglll and Mis. Huglll the occasion but1"!
Ni of
>na Street to point
1 11. One l- evening of formal were visiting Mr. and being the gentleman's 4. From nicknames, including And you and each of you t't

I society for one more evening Mrs. Charles Hardy Sunday. I thirty-ninth birthday. Among animal names (Wolf) ; colors persons In Interest are.ordrd J

j with a quirt hobll)'. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Guiney of I those who were present were Mr. THe FARM (Brown) ; birds (Finch) ; fish Monday.required to April appexr lot In 1940 said to rae 5''I 1

I'I': U. Oni less hour nt the desk. Plant City were visiting relatives and Mrs. M L. Johns, Mr. Tom 3 4NcmEbe (Pike) ; trees (Beech) ; and from Hald Rill of Complaint no. el{f \
%
I : for one more hour of recreation. heie and In Jacksonville over the Wall, Mrs. Goes, Mrs. Uhlein, IMJ5 personal attributes, as Sherwin, atralnxt which, and you there a. defendant In R deCre5 Jl l

: Dr. E. C. Davis. Pro- weekend.Mrs. I Misses Bessie and Sophie McCormick 4' IslsoM r from achere-wynd. "swift-runner"; Court will he entered again 1

,, fessor of Physical Education Ronettla KVnchner of Mr. Rising and Mr. Church- ; Armstrong because of muscular ",It'e I.be. further published ordered once that a 'Ihl'rl"|

,. and Athletics. Tampa was called to the bedside prowess; and Fairfax, the fair- four COnsecutive weeks In tMT
wood.Mr. MaS ford County Telegraph It "'"'I
of her haired.
sister Mra.
,i COOI *
.. A breakfast guest at the White week. the father of a bouncing 9poundboy. .,...,- 'J 7ItT4 maN mP ,f :( Further surname variations occur pnbllnhed In Bradford "|
Florida.
Mr. and Mra. O. C. Kelley madea 'S d,4L44 f sn constantly as the result of Intentional '
. House during the Coolidge administration Done and ordered At StarK'Ida
, business trip to Gainesville' .1-I M$ csMs&, % tHE i'S4Y 54l ruar
thin FeD. >
28th of
was astonished toe Monday. Orange trees on Kingsley Lake 1'L.J' au1rN4A0 or unintentional spelling 1940.OFF'Lt'IAL.! day ,

, the President pour his coffee were not affected at all by the I m.io 'e changes. A few centuries ago ( SEAL) A, J'J*

i:. from cup to saucer says an ex few Mra. Melva Harrell has added !I cold snap. .1-. oiw.e oQcT- ,,' even educated persons spelled (Clerk of Circuit Court,3-1 P1 r?*!
books
a more to her 'ountY1Flnrlda
: change. Not to be outdone. the library their names in various ways. For E. K.
t" In the Second Grade The water supply in (town Is Perrymn.
room. ,
guest followed ult. The President Solicitor for Complainant
The nearly cut off. There Is not NOTICK
. farmer here are very busy Of APPLICATION'
",, InI'
and
} added cream sugar now turning their land, puttingout enough water in town to put outa .. FOR TAX DKKII NOTICH Of APPI.U"TIO'FOR |
the saucer and tasted the mixture (I..t. Bill No. 111:1):

::, with his spoon. The guest ing. fertilizer So if the and cold some weather are plant will Morgan good-sized Bros bonfire.have painted the J __ ( .......- That NOTICE W. 8 IS Slbl..r.hold..r HEREBY of ClIVKtt.Ta* NOT I(senate.TAX Bill HEREBY K IJKBH' .. lrt-1' (01,,1 I f
CJo
, ; IS
; was about to do likewise when ff .j I -'-0.'V Certificate the 2nd., tCertificate
hold up for a while the Brooker front of their brick store. .l.eI & day of September A. I). 1'35. ha. That H. A. Bishop holder
I :Mr. Coolidge set the saucer on -- ,5 No. l.mid.. the I
: e40im. filed '18.
Wills In
\ am
,.t section will be looking different Mayor U painting and in .ao mv office and baa "
4 the floor for the dog. Dumb "; ...oot mad application deed to day of July A. D. 19J, J""J
in Its coat other ways beautifying the Interior '-i- norAIJ. earns In and ]
new of green Insteadof be limited certificate my office "a'I I

;, Animals. white. of his drug store. .' .,:':'=,-01: c 9.- .mbr"'..... the following cle..rrlbeProperty < application lamied thereon.for a Said tax certiflf"'Jbracei deed, |

" BACKACHE Mia* Juanlta McCauley and Mr. J. G. Alvarez will occupy ,-.,. J'N_ 'ii -' In Florida the County, to-wit of: Bradford, t h" following d'prop.rty 'J',
. ON..r B'tats *
Charles Hardy were In the brick building next to his ? ro ,,= WIV of NEVI of NW In the County of
,I. visiting % A NW 4 of $) of Florida, to-wit: ,'
CAUSED BY.... ? AJoof '
Gainesville Sunday. store. A E'4 of SKVi of Lotsl. 2&EC.of I..ot3

" Backache may be rauneil" by. I Mr. A. C. Hamrick of Atlanta. I) SWV NW\4\., .,of f NW NW&! Pectlon& EC..,, U of Town.hlp NEC of Cor.tlon of NEVi of NEW\ South.->'l *'J i 1

1.. uluggUli kldlW')'.. If excess acid d formerly of thin place Is In the tJo'H___. oM .t<<>u. 5 South. Kanice :22 Fast, containing 22 East 29 ,Township containing 6 Acre ]
'NC1I..O'TO"
,i and otltrr wastes are not regularly FRESH FIShP city on a visit to old friends and : ..,,"" -. TOO..... 40 The Acre., more. or le... or leu*. .'
=>>- BHHemiment of the said .Id
.
property The assessment of the > ..
{ i eliminated It may HHO) lead At All Tine* acquaintances.Mr. under the said certificate 1.l .- erty under the said certlf 'I,

.;. to getting up nlKhln. burning, if William N. Mvacham hasa Swan.mied was In the name of Ueo. E. sued. wa In the name ofllelhercrer. pr'

scanty or frequent flow leg or SIIKIMfOYSTK1M! : brand new soda fountain in his .i;.. MOST f e>ev MMIMVINTIO \ : .. sk Unless raid certificate hall be I7nle.ii said certificate ...' I
IM K 93, I.N J -
.' rnrunwtk pains, headache or opposite the post office. A jOMMt MC..*V>'>. --- pe ; deemed according to
....... ... ... property described therein will he I
I MK4X oe
: *)*. Keep kMnr iu>tUe> name Dr. Powell keeps 10 ducks In < : old to the property described thereinsold
Eat: More Sea WHO MAO Ml.* Cot highest bidder at the to the highest oldde' 'J
(,: as bowoU. Ot a 25c box of Buk-I his berry patch all the time. He HIT ALL Twe p.QG'. court holm* door on the first Mon court hot,.. door on th. <"*t 1
!- | Health IM TM. ... day 'In the
< 004rut
M foe I''" month of
rto from any drugttNt.: Your 25cMwk : II says they go for the cutworms. ."""" ..,,,. which I* the 4th., day March of 1245. day In the month of Ma'"'vl
... March which I. the 4th. day 0 |
' In 4 'lay* If not pteaM NIS 'I ,'J 1940.tated. .
; MAGNOLIA Another lot of wagons Just received '011 MOO* ..'.. 1940. .1.1nated
t.; Ixtcally at Carpenters Drug Store.jtjj. FISH kfAKKKT: by Truby. Sternberg tt .." IMi.TI 19 this sut" day of January; 1940. this 29th., day of JaP J

[ j Company. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma, OFFICIAl SEAL A. J D l
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STAFr Well-Trained Primary AssemblyHeld Students Learn New Traffic SignsWeek than Weight Forty to he five not l lea lion.. .. 'f"\ 'I\

_____ Jean Davis pounds on Standard )
In-In-Cbiet ___ Ga71. SeweU Musical Rules ,
Groups ThursdayThe Three Simple machine to be equipped
before last the school acquired -
._____ 1. H. Harper and reversible Blade. .'
Ferol. Jones Give ConcertGlee For Good Health two new attractive traffic Bond Trustee. reserve '
and Patrol Frank Robinson Primary Grades gave a to reject any or all bid.
....__ Francine. Jrl.her'I signs. Ordered. In regular eenlon ,
dub ?______ Kstelle Austin Club, Band and program Thursday in honor of Dr Charles Barker Week before last Mr. Thornton, aid Hoard this the ftth day ;I i.f
Bllabeth Plummer George Washington's Birthday. ruary A. D. 140. :
I DhV .1_ Clara M.... Harley, Special Group Unite The following numbers were Held Attention of B. H. S.'s Safety "Cop" placed at ATTEST: A. Durden. (' I

_-------- Margaret PearcyPRCIAL In Varied Program presented U. II. S. Student Body both ends of the school tone an Carl John, .
: 2-' .
RKPORTBR9KTownsend. Exactly a week ago, along America, Assembly.Life One day last week, at B. H. S.'s attractive new traffic sign which i
Louis Stern, Alta was donated to the school.
Jack Hall, Arch Thomas, about 2:30 p. m., the auditorium! of Washington. Mrs. Roberta' assembly students had the pleas \OTICH' Of i

1. M. o.r.ID" was being! swept extra good by Room. ure of hearing a man who knows The signs were very much wet- (5..s.FUR TAX Bill I N>KBI.. : 'I..

Bradford's .always-efficient jani Our Country. (Reading), MiesLBley'a what he's talking about: Dr. come, very much appreciatedaremuch NOTICM lit HEREBY I ; II .

fen Shun tors. Reason: That night was a Room.Pantomine Charles Barker former physical more conspicuous than ordinary Certificate That U Y.No.Saxon 411 Issued holder n.labt.'f". .'.; .

big one. In which the high school "Betsy Ross" Mrs. instructor of President Taft. wooden signs. day ttflcate of July A. l). un; [.'
No. 420 Issued the :
Marcella Jenelle Hutch- glee clubs, band and other Biggs Room. In his remarkable speech Dr. of August A. D. ItSli and

?frlend? -and-neighbor of all specials were to do their stuff in Our Country's Flag, (Drill). Barker stressed the importance of tlflcate' No 145S Issued t 'I i "
Caps and Gowns day of August A. D. 133
eanlng persons at said Bradford's big musical concert of Mrs Biggs' Room. good health said that in order to name In my office and ha "J

rd County High School, the year. Too Many Flags Mrs. Ritch's be successful in life, a person Chosen By Seniors iHHued application thereon.for a tax: dead ", I ,t ta

bade an ardent request I a That night at 15 minutes till' Room. must have: ((1) A strong arm. Hald,Certificate embrace*

e appeal that a correction 8, members of the senior chorus God Bless America, Mrs.Ritch's This doesn't mean simply the one Graduation cap a > andgownswere County lowing of described. .Bradford property State : ;

be made on this school were seated on bleachers on the( Room. who could hit someone the hard chosen here this week by ida, to-wlt: 't "j

It should have been done stage In the auditorium. They all What a Boy Can Do, Miss Mlddleton's est but means you must have a the senior class at a meeting last Tp.K<.y f of S. NWU It.U: of B,NWK

Leek, since last week's school looked good; they all seemed Room healthy body. To obtain health, Friday morning. Acres, more or lees, 1 (

lhas probably already beento happy; in another 15 minutes the Speaking Pieces, Mrs. Prevatt's this three rules, Dr. Barker said, Both boys' and girls' will be aid Lot Certificate 17, 11, U No., 10 413..rao of : i I '"

( start a fire. But deal band would begin the program Room. must be closely followed:' white; they will be borrowed Hampton, Seo. I. Tp 7 H. .

fc if you will recall, our Miss which had sent all participants, Washington Poems, MiesHogsed's Drink 10 to 12 glasses of water through Jack Williams. embraced 420. under said .

Lugs' biography was in that Instructors, and the accompanistround Room.Washington dally. Afro tKnown I acv. of av>\4
will be kind Song, Miss Hogsed'sRoom. Hampton
[and, if you BO ( and round for many busy Do not eat between meals. Wedding Invitations a specialty.
j remember so you may profile .weeks.
.
embossed.
Take 10 minutes of exercise Printed engraved or
correction, it was said, i Below in center-front of the each day.Second. Bradford Oonty Telegraph.OK .
hate" waN "Scatterbrain"Jacqueline
that her "pet auditorium, sat about 50 boys and (
Ah. she has requirement for success:
TRUCKS. NOTICE APPLICATION GUARANTEED 10,000 MILES
girls In the junior chorus. Most
A clear head means to know how
me that I am was hap-hap-happy FOR TAX IltCtCU
Informed
( mistaken. of their voices had not yet begunto this week-end. More excitement to study correctly. Dr. Barker (9 I.l.... DUI No. 1M) .I I
fc, too sadly develop to adult fullness; so it Illustrations of how students NOT1CR 18 hEREBY GIVI N. 'j ,
BO, I implore you to hereby; was that they sang all their numbers and fun! gave That I!. K. Lee. holder of H ot Tax
usually study, and how they 448 Issued the 2nd, SPECIAL ; :;
ledge that her "pet hate" with a sweetness the senior We are so glad to have Irene should study. How to study: Ceitlflcate day of September No. A. 1>. 1935, ha PISTON RING

green trucks, but green chorus could well envy. Every back in school. She's looking filed .ome In my office and ban
I pretty as ever. Talk to your mind-say, "I mad application tax deed to .
I time this group sang they stood,, nI'd ---
-- -- -
-
be Issued eertlftcaleembraces --- -- ---- ---
want to hold attentionon
your
Editor.. faced the door sat again at the The Austin sisters were in a you the following describedproperty .
this lesson and do not wonder
of Bradford
In the County
finish. And every time, they rush rush Friday night Must mate of Florida, to-wlt: We excessive
off. to
guarantee stop
[eel Our Seniors stood up quickly, systematically,, have been "Concert nervous." Went: Half of Southwest. Quarterof t! ,
Say to your mind If it does Houthwest. Quarter. Section. 81
avoided confusion. Carolyn's new hair-do was very Townnhlp Mix Bouth. Range 22
Oil Ford V-8
wander off: "Come back Consumption .
HAZENAutobiography '
on
CLAUDIE From 7 til 8 many eyes were attractive the other night. Hunt, containing 20 Acres, more or your '
is little doubt In lea.
There probably
strained toward the door; it was By the way, have you seen the the mind of each student that be The aaxessment of the said prop For
as born near Lake City on hoped a large crowd of people seniors' pictures? You ought to! erty under the said certificate issued t' i
Plant the of could well use these suggestions. wa. In the name of Mr, W, C. l!I :
moved to would realize
29 1921, importance The best looking crowd you ever Long. .
said "The chief
(and then to Springhead one this program-the "big way" in saw. No kidding, till kid day, Thomas Huxley : UnleeH said certificate shall. be
of education is to
districts of Plant laity which those who had had any. either. purpose an redeemed. according to law, the SI9S0 I.
train the mind and will to do a property described. therein will be
11 started to school and com- thing to do with it had been
thecourthouse
bidder
Wish Santa would bring me a task when should, even if old to the highest at
toward it the you you door the first Monday
the first term. My family; working making fur like Bet's.Say on t 1,
.
dislike it.Third in the month of April 140,
ed they wanted to make year's biggest and best. But which It the Jot day of April. 1940 /
did see the second for success: !
requirement i
and so we went to Axson,, when people stopped coming in, you Dated thin 17th day of February, THIS IS TOTAL COST TO'OU i; j
to Mickey Rooney at the dance? I Have a brave heart. This means, 1140.
la, In order to grow cotton there were only around 100
Ask Marian about him. ; said Dr. Barker, to learn how to (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas.
basso on a large scale. We hear Bradford High's music in all Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
ot profit much, so we movedto its well-trained beauty. The ones Florence M.'s new evening dress say "I'm sorry but I can't do It. County, Florida. 2-23 6t 322 NOTHING ELSE TO-BUY 'd
i Students who heard Dr. Barker ,"
Florida and settled down who came were not disappointed.The Is a dream.

[a grape vineyard and orange students were not only well. Loral has been the "chief cook" enjoyed every word of his won \OTHK TO BIDDRRM

between Lady Lake and rehearsed; the music not only was at her house-her cooking is a derful address. There is no partof The. Hoard of Bond Trueteee ofBradford u .. .... I q
it by which every one cannot County Florida, will' receive
land Park. From there weft good, but surroundings were treat to anyone. See our Bradford well After following these) I bid, Until t 10 o'clock; A M.
to Altoona. then to Uma lovely. One thing was certain;: beauties do something be- profit. March 11th, 1(40, and. at that tlm. .
suggestions surely all will know to be publicly operuxl. at the City
both towns situated in Lak Never before bad anybody seen side look sweet I !
more about studying, and be Hall In the City of Starke, Florida
}ty.e 150 boys and girls uniformly arranged Now tell us, who is Helen get healthier! for the following; J. W. ANDREWS Jr. :
One Full tllenel ulnitle drive motor
| moved from Umatilla tc on part of the same ting letters from way out West? irrader-not lend than Thirty Tw. ,

In Alachua County bleachers they'd seen them Sounds Interesting. Maximum Break Hone Power. '
fosse straddle at Bradford's football Mammy Sez Weight to tm not Ice than lO.fOO Starke Florida :
i here we moved to Hampton Marie D. seems to like La- pound, or On. Tandrum drive Full IfV
[started growing strawberries games. That day, one end of the Crosse. These little towns really I rUa.el Motor Grader Maximum :
other farm produce. We bleachers, (making up about 1-4 rate. Well Chillun: Break Hone Power to be not lee ,;.'
ole week-end of
Another
good
of the whole business) had been --
moved and
to
Sampson carried to Girls, did you see Lake City glorious fun!
removed taken apart, I
tc
ed a short time and then
shining? Gayle. Dat Senior play is naturally
the
school placed on
bam where we stayed about the house I
stage put together again. Margie Mathews is wearing a.. gonna be a "side splltUng".creaml

1940 senior class ring thrill' and I do mean scream.
f e now live at Starke where The program was wholesome,
thrill! Say, Is It the same one Oh! my! hab you all seen dat '
ive school since went thus:
been going to well-rounded Billy D. lost? This love-bug sure gorgeous picture of Jo Ella ? I

Overture, "Vacation Days"B. I gets around. mean it really is a honey. I'm iiu1.
njoy going to school here, and H. S. Band."Anchored"Hlgh. of \'j -
sure dat certain boy friend
In that fluffy
is cute
School Glee Grace ;
| my teachers and fellow stuI I
hers will naturally like It. ,
sweater.
like nearly all studiec Club.
Ralph Nettles eho' was powerfully #
Jpt arithmetic and algebrah "Glow Worm" -- Junior High I These dazzling bubble-beads "
.
dressed Monday mornJn' '
up ,
I have never made very School Glee Club. just take the cake. Rivers has a I
Is the rumor true, Ralph?
on. Accordian ensemble, Mrs. Wm. new kind. De Glee Club Concert really wuz ( : ; I: 'r I"\

|like to read and most of the Edwards director."Serenade"JunlorHlgh. Little Iris Is still going with good. And I mean dose band uniforms !

> I had rather read than eat. 1 I Glee that tall, handsome person.I'll are scrumptious. Then after /L '

(people who have ambition and Club.WaltzB. be look In' till next week. de concert lots of de younger set 4 I r

t to make a success out oi H. S. Band. went to de dance at de Armory.. ill'tI

lives. Vocal duet, "Berceuse"ClydeNell For Girl Only More fun! Makes us all feel so

ese are only a few of mj) Thomas, Jean Davis. That handsome Everett is a terribly Important when we attend I t# If.I'If.

and dislikes. Negro spirituals, "Steal Away. breath-taker In his new suit. two big events in de same k I) .ifi'

fy greatest ambition Is to be- "Deep River:" "And I Couldn'tHear Leland '
girls, did you see
Say
e s a successful poet and author Nobody Pray"-High School last week? night.Dose seniors are getting dere ,,

Claudia Hazen, Glee Club. "cut up" pictures in for de feature 1(1 ,
Band."Sylvla"Glrls' We heard it said that Ralph I' "
March-B. H. S. '
section of de annual-and I must
would "
ELEANOR ST. JOHNAutobiography Chorus. wished New Year's night t '
admit dat some of "em really 1
"Finlandia come more often. '
"0 Saviour Sweet
take de cake.
i the year 1939 I entered Brad- Praise" JuniorHighGlee So Billy D. lost his ring! Too j,.
"Morning Ralph R. how are you and Lake .
J High School a total stranger,, Club. ,
Butler getting along dese days? l w a
|dering if I would ever become "My Heart's in the Highlands"Male bad.Have you seer Emmett's picture -. And say! Who das dat attractive :t tR ta .\ '

rt of my new surroundings ,
?
Chorus wit las' a
blond wuz one night
you
[ I was not to wonder long, bee March-B. H. S. Band. Billy Tom Jackson Is getting week TBilly 'd

I found the Bradford High "Coin' Home ," "Beautiful letters from another state-Imagine Jackson says he has an a;

ol I girls and boys the best Stars"-Girls Chonu. adorable picture of hlsself when i1 '
pds a girl could wish tot Totil- did give a telegram 1
ever "The Pearl "Buy My Now who Perry '
old
he wuz 3 years Oh! Billy! ; ;

las." TLittle You musta been a beautiful baby"J. t
It a few weeks from now we "Andalulsa" High School carro top Hazen takes -I '7 1/01\ll1 eat au t I t 1 '

>rs will march up to the front the cake when it comes to getting the tattvtah !
Chorus. B. Is supposed to be
large crowd and receive our March-B. H. S. Band. letters.
Billie Burke type in the Senior
mas. I sincerely dread the Outstanding on the program was Dempsey Is Interested In some- play you know and she is fussing 11

because I have come to think Mrs. William Edwards' accor- thing besides a book. If you only "cause Blllle Burke didn't give
of this school than anyr take notice. Shucks we don't ; -R, a\,
dian trio. her more pointers In that picture
I have ever attended.d blame him. "Eternally Yours" which played Ir
so, in sentence, won't take him 9
my closing That Arch's car
here A
'N Peep Sunday Monday.
to friends Snoop to Lawtey. Dog- k
ant thank all my anywhere except Understand dat Everett enjoyedde vk

being so kind to me the one Now seniors! Are you really gone-the-luck, Starke doesn't bit highlights (or should I say S ; 12t
r I was fortunate to be with 7 first base.L. .
envious of your lower-class-men brlghtllghts) of Gainesville Sunday
H. and John C., surely make
every
work-get night!
that good
tied) Eleanor St. John. I I call models for the senior class.
good
can Lots of people up to de Armoryfor
privilege you
Warren F. has
think t
The girls
what. The real cause of de basketball game Monday
Bright Eyes Guess and hair-bows Is the loveliest manners. afternoon. Starke vs Lake City!
all these ties By-the-way boys, the banquetisn't
Some !
their game
having
Tin another week gone past,, this: Students are the Annual. far away. Get your list out Have you all heard this one- I t

that leaves only a short while pictures taken for! Come on and and try picking the gal of thine Confuclous say: (oh there goes Pure, wholesome, j j I

1 the event of all events;: Now. juniors heart. my one track mind again.)
the
to serve for . -' ;
is from me deliciousCocaCola
indma confess. Who You'll be hearing
Goes Hollywood. the Glad to see you back In school:
or class play. This knocker- banquet ? And when are you-all -ScatterbrainCAN'T Carlton Chastain. '

r takes place March 8 in the going to invite them? Don't you So long till next week, is refreshment you want
?
h School Auditorium. know we are worried COMPETE Mammy..
ew romances buddln forth What did I hear the other day? at home. Everybody ,
Butler shout and our band
still Lake When people "
I sign of Spring Carl E. Helen and Ralph and Annual ews
bound at any chance plays "Coming likes its distinctive taste '
Ginny Prevatt
Padgett. J. C.
Jacksonville.\ noise gets louder every
the
for And +
Elsla Bell. Inez C. and George Grace D. waiting Along Nicely"This '
Rivers when did that all happen minute; and the happy after- M.e A .
forgotten drum will have its
again? We had almost The bass week students of all grades
111 asking you to answer the *
of
refreshment
boomey way sense complete
Reese. have been getting their "pitchers
Wing questions . !,. ear-drum isn't in It.
Las Enos really started going Now. Joella-you and Eatelle; secret 'Cause the struck" and all members of the that it gives.

wtey? Are Billy D. and Mar- have kept their names. .a. Cecil, gowns?-and the boys also. "Annual" staff have been busy

M. making nice head-way? long enough. Was It What's the new name L. M? writing captions. Last Will and Your dealer has the 7

p D and Martha M. were seen and Margow You Oh. yes! "True Love Calnes." P. Testaments and such feature ,

Keystone Sunday nite?-Grace "J. B." I certain' Some agree of the S. Is that right. Jenelle articles as will be found In it. handy home package, I I

and r He too? That "cer-; aren't conceited I Boy! but Doris and Odell looked Seniors are now working with

one" u 1 t-i Lawtey again? seniors should think a little more.her like "Florida oranges" In those the Annual "tooth-and-toenall." -the six-bottle carton.
know
ik Eatell A. that one.) Carl E: At last I ? new evening gowns last Friday will have to have material ready I

Tell us more about Edwina name I When did it all happen and nl,ht. for the press by the end of this BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of TUB COCAXXttA OX BY .1 7
class,
A blond in the junior Arlene. who did I see you and month. '

h.Sorry about the mistakes in can; she play ball!? be strutting Jenelle with Friday night? The All pictures are being made by STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

last. Tracy. Seniors t Won't beautiful you white concert helped me loU I Hoover Bros. Studio. 1
In those
Bright Eyes. m


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ri porn BRADFORD COUNTY TELRfiKAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH I
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a ,: ;
!, Miss Vera Claire Robinson To Wed Mr. Wight ANOTHER FARM MARKET ,.... at Far
. ,; SOCIETY and CLUBS THusvlJle. -Residents of Tltus- Pt "da th.4 .;th d..
A. Ii> :"0.r'FPY"TAL. +.
> in -
vie! and Brevard County general ( SmALl
'1,, ', a
ee -- -- --- look forward to the openingof kIr. ult III w,

Vilda Moore Is Honored :I 'n Celebrates I New River Association ''at4t the $6.834 specialty marketing ;, -"ulIly. Flurlda ?thOLD t

center here early In March.
At Delightful Birthday Party'] Sixth Birthday Saturday Holds Study CourseThe FURNITURE:
: I I )fADt

Vllda Moore, attractive little Edwin Perkins, son of Mr. and New River Association of 'IT.'TIO'l; lri. rnTI4.: LIKE :>it"Pr
i h Tae: State of Florida; To alt per-
three-year-old daughter of Mr., Mrs. Warren E. Perkins, celebrated the Baptist Church held an all-I m interested. In or er,4 tore oil
: his sixth birthday anniversary day Mission study course Friday I' t. wt.y State Bank, a Florida Bank-i fat
and Mrs. Jerry Moore, wu the rmi
UlII' Corporation: .
afternoon from February 23. at the Starke church.
last Saturday I i I hereby notified that
Vu
are
honored guest Friday afternoon I I three until five o'clock at which The book. -Civ Ye Them To Eat"was I stockholders petition for the dl.a'' \ OnD
when her mother entertained for Mrs. J. B. Boat solution .f aald 1.&wtei State Bank.a "orlt
jL time his mother entertained at a taught by .,r Florida Banking Corporation has ,
:her with a delightful party In l lovely party for him. right of South Carolina.. Mrs. been duly flied In Circuit Court of! tar

celebration of ber third birthday Edwin and his guests under Boatrlght, an able speaker held 1! you Bradford are required County Florida to fll. your and writ-that FRED.F.RlCIl.

anniversary. the direction of Misses Clara her listeners attention ten df.niwn to said petition on or" %
I Il. bfor 10-00 A. !t. on March 2'. A.I IIt. : FVRNIICRE
out tile entire study I IIOSPIT.\J.
and little friends enjoyed Flume ,aDd Helen througb-j I
Vllda Mr Dowling. en- ] 1'40. at which time or pursuantto I I
I many game during the joyed many games and contestson imparted a wealth of r.H I adjournment aald Court ",,111'' I
l. hear and determine eaid matter.
formation, contained in the book. 1
; afternoon.A the lawn. Eddie Mathews and Wltnea hand and official
my
Mr.. A. E. LIghtfoot In a few*
color scheme of pink and blue Jo Anne Dink Ins received prizes LAFFIT-OFFh
was carried out In decorating. for being: holders of high scores filing remarks, introduced the I

The birthday cake Iced In while In a guessing game. speaker to her audience. 1

-was decorated In pink and held The guests were then Invited In charge of the study course II!

+ three pink candles in blue holders. into* the dining room where the for the day wa Mrs.. R. A. r

The cake centered the dining beautifully decorated birthd a y Thomas chairman of Mission ''

table Which wall artUtlcally decorated cake centered the table. The cake, Study Circle.

In blue and pink crepe iced In white and decorated in At the noon hour:' a delicious + r eril.

paper. Large bows made of blue : pink and white held six burning lunch was served by the membersof
crepe: paper were placed at each, candles. Adding further charm the association. I Ills candidacy. I.H /good news

corner of .the table. Favors of I to the setting was the handsome Following( the study period an cole to all Florldians who initlst

y I cellophane bagS of mints tied crocheted cloth which completely Executive Board Meeting was I II upon intelligence integrityand 4
I
with pink and blue ribbon and covered the table. held presided over by Mr*. L. G. .

p'' balloon were* presented to the After refreshments of punch Powell. vice-president. stitteNinanHhip .*. qualification I

young; folk.,.* !I and assorted cookies were served, Those attending this meetingwere for public service.' I i r

1 1. M Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and Mrs. each guest was presented with a : The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. ,

Paul Raymond< assisted Mrs. I horn and a whistle. Lightfoot Mrs. Van Carden Mr*.

r1 Moore In serving punch and individual The following were Invited to L. G. Powell. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. .I u__..

I cakes. The cakes were enjoy the afternoon with Edwin: Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. J. M. H.r Jove : ._ fA...

Iced In white and topped with Judy Green, Mary Sue Epperson, Brownlee. Mrs. J. B. Rosier the i /.wmtf .4tbaac..

.z dainty pink flowers.! Carolyn Edward, Jo Anne Dink- Rev and Mrs. Charles ADen Mrs. WANT A JOB FELLOwsr I Aad Lafflt Off ta**.

Those Invited to enjoy the party Ins. Dottie Sue Biggs, Sylvia Alvarez W, Strlngfellow Mrs. L. A. Shepherd I I mot ONE cAoac./

\.t with .Vilda were: Norma and Norma Canova Julia and :Mrs. Orle Wiggins Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. John Cummins Summer. Become a Salesman i I it.Jut (&.lh.."connd"to HUT-.
Er&ma Jane Canova. Sylvia Alvarez. E. :Mrs. O. E. la TOOT Own Localityfor
Agnes Lawson Eddie Mathews, Sparks Stanabury, Robinson of
Apopka announce the Miss Robinson, who with her I ; Tr 2"HATC.A1
'. Loul and Wallace Wl e, Tommie Harding-, Levy Canova, :Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs. J. B. of their CH %TELIER'aFbrida'dIT.NLY *
engagement daughter parents, made her home In Starke B I PRODUCT f SMILE was bviltt
TommIe Harding:. Bobble Wiggins, Jr. Richard Kidd m. Marlon Alexander Mrs. J. H. Lord. Mrs.
,< :. Vera Claire to William Henry for several ;years, has a host of B. tae lint I. roar trrrttmrr t
;\ Joan Sllcox, Jeanette Inman. Harrington. Bobble Wiggins Ed- P. M. Barefoot Mr*. W. E. Malone of I !. Mil tal ._
WIght II. Sanford. The
wed friends here who will be interested .. .. ... .
I I Janet Han-ell. Leonard and Mark ward Priest, and Richard Williams. Mrs. J. H. Dudley, Mrs. E. EARFiend. (* HAROLD C. WAWA.GBKJC'V
ding Is. to be an event of early in the above announcement. for plant. ... fl.w..*...
f )Moore Marlon and Billy Harrington .l B. Curtie, Mrs. H. A.. Lawson, EXTR I \_a'.. _I'. .!!.. I
Dorothy Ann Johns Richard Mrs. A. A. Jordan, Mrs. Warren, reaat *...... Every -

and Madeline Williams. Mary : Baptist Week Of Prayer :.Mrs. Annie Richard Mrs. A. M.I.Ice. .will make :'em run for a wrap, MO1EYI a.rdeer.9mmrr a '.reo II...._pnt.. "e.7i N. GENERAL] f>N p
) Sue Epperson, Agnes and Julia Darby. Mrs. T. B. Harding. Mrs. | Recipes Write to .1I p4>rt*.*e mrrmunmwy t

i Lawgon Joe, Dean and Gail Whit- I Monday-All circles meet in W. C. Carr. Mrs. L. A. Canova It has been a wearisome winter CHATELIER'S LABORATORIES, PLEASE- PHONE ij f46

', field. Joy Dale Moore. Joey Wilkins homes and observe prayer ser Mrs. Richard Kidd, Mrs. Frank though Even Mrs. W P. --- --- --- ------ --- Drpt. 48

T. K. McClane. in and Ed ,vices.TueadayClrcle. Robinson, Mrs.! H. M. Lovett Mrs. Smith's gettln* tired of It. Pineapple Up.his Down Cake P. O. Bam Tl St. P*.cr>..... ..... .
She usually likes the cold, but had I
ward Priest. No. 1 In .J. M. Sllcox. Miss Edna Hunt Dr.
charge Mr*. E. L. Molpus contributes
to admit tother day that the cur-
W. H. K. Pendleton, and Mrs. J.
of the at 3:00: o'clock at
program .B. rent season baa administered an this week a delicious recipe for
of
South Carolina.
Choir Members Enjoy the church. Boatright
Supper Wednesday-Circle No. 2 In overdose pineapple upside down cake. It Your Hair I* Worth Caring' For-

Spaghetti I charge at 3:00: o'clock at the W. S. C. S. To Meet Note to Confucius Say fans is unusual in that It calls for If You Neglect It. Too Will Pay

Preceding the regular weekly Church. Frank Landrum returned from pecans and should prove a wel- Dearly In Lose of Personality and

practice Wednesday night mem No. 4 Circle No. 1 of the W. S.;' C. 3. the Young Demo. convention In come addition to the cook books Attractiveness.LET .
Wednesday nIght-Circle
ben of the Method Church will meet Monday' afternoon at Pensacola Sunday with a whole of local housewives.
In charge at 7:43 o'clock at the
Choir enjoyed a spaghetti supper church. 3:00 o'clock at the home of Mrs.J. passel of new ones, all neatly; 1 1-4 cups sifted Cour. US TREAT YOUR SCALP FOR

at the home of Mr*. J. W. Kin- W White with Misses Olive mimeographed on nice little cards 1 1.. teaspoons baking powder. Dandruff. Drynesa. Lose of Hair
cald on Walnut Street. Thursday a- Circle No. 3, in and Amelia Ray as co-hostesses. .. Run him down if you like 1-4 teaspoon salt.

charge at 3:00: o'clock at the Circle No. 2 will meet on the your Confucius In the raw 3-4 cup granulated sugar. CITY BARBER SHOP
The guests met at seven o'clock :churcb
;, ,' ; and were seated around the long same day and at the same hour Just thought up my composite 4 tablespoons butter.
r; dining table. Gaily colored charm.strings Friday-All auxiliaries will observe at the home of Mrs. L. D. Vining glamour girl: She'd have Ethel 1 egg, well beaten.

centered table which services at 3.00; o'clock at with Mrs. W. G. Halle as assistant Taylor's figure Martha 1-2 cup milk. .. ..... ._ .
the !i. -- --" .- -- 1Ii -- --- ___ ...-
Jr l was over laid with a Mexican the church. hostess. (Toney) Smith's profile Mar- 1 teaspoon vanilla. '

luncheon cloth.: Fiesta waread4ed garet Pearce's mouth and teeth 4 tablespoons butter. j' MR. HERBERT C. HEBSACKER

6 a further note of color to W. M. S. Circle Schedule U. D. C. To Meet Elva Lee 3.lana. a's eyes 1.2 cup brown sugar, firmly I'!

the attractive table arrangements Lucy Kennedy's hair Georgia packed. I Ii OF PHILADELPHIA WILL SPEAK AT !
'I Members. present to enjoy this Three Circle of the Woman's ': Mrs. O. L. Beaaley Mrs Paul Hayne's hands Lillian Stern- I Slices pineapple. I

delightful affair were; Mr. and Missionary Society of the Baptist Canova, and Mrs. L. A, Davis berg's fingernails Rosalind 1 cup broken pecan meats. i Park of the Palms Auditorium F FI.

Mrs Jim Ritctk.! Mrs. SanforRltch. dafternoon, Church will meet Monday* will be joint hostesses! at the Williams' eyelashes ? Doshla Cream butter .and sugar tot|t I.

Mrs. N. D. Walnwrigbt. at 3:00: o'clock. home of the former;, on Walnut (Smith) Brown's ooomph gether, add egg mix thoroughly. : Keystone Heights. Sunday March 3,' 3:00 P4 M. ,

( Jr.. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mra. R. F. Circle No. 1. Mr/ 'L. G.Powell Street Wednesday ,afternoon at Katie ( FugateValnwrlgbt's tiny I: Sift flour'once, measure. add bak- ;
i''. Demorest, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman leader will meet with Mrs. H. A. 3:30: o'clock at which time they feet Grace Wainwrtghfs in- ing powder salt and sift together !k Subject: "OUR GREATEST OPPORTUNITY" :
Lawson. will entertain members of the W. tellect Wilma McClane'a pertness II i
Miss Abbie Parley, :Mrs J. W. three times. Add to first mixture
Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brown- T. Weeks Chapter of the United Juanita Barefoot's voice 7:30 P. M. Subject: "JAPAN CIIINA"describing
j Kmcaid T. T. Long and E. L. alternately with milk. Add vanilla
lee leader will meet with Mr*. A. Daughters of the Confederacy. Piney Brown's piano wizardy We '
William Melt 4 tablespoons butter In Why Plead for China. This is a beautifully
E. Lightfoot and Circle No.3, Marguerite Garner's cooking II
Celebrate Mrs. H. L. Hough leader will be Executive Board MeetingThe ability Whatta woman! 8xSx2-inch pan or 8-inch skillet illustrated Travel Talk by George F. Tibbitts. :
45th
I Anniversary entertained by Mr*. W L. Wall. She'd be a bigger hit than "Gone over low flame. Add brown sugar Over 100 stereopticon slides in color will be shown.
and cook and stir until
Circle No. 4, :&Irs. L A. Can- regular meeting of the Executive With the Wind""i throughly
Mr and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of
\ FREE TO ALL
ova leader, will meet Monday Board of the Starke mixed. On this arrange pineapple 1 BRING YOUR,FRIENDS
+ Brooker recently celebrated the Things waxed mighty lively and sprinkle nuts over top. 3enww.eunua.wswiraarwawnaVmuet.r'.iw, ....
evening at 7:30: o'clock at the Woman' Club will be held Thurs- sw
of theirmarriage. around at the Shell Station Tuesday
forty-fifth anniversary ,Turn batter out on contents of .
l home of Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot' day afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock at I
Relatives and friends night A bunch of per Bake in moderate oven I
r + with Miss! Clyde Nelle Thomas as the home of the president. I pan.
: .Mrs.
Joined la honoring them upon co-botess. sonable young folks who accom ((350 degrees) 50 minutes or until
this occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Ed K. G. Duncan. panied candidate FuTler Warrento done. Loosen cake from sides of

'; wards have six children and Lawtey.. decided to drop In be- pan with spatula. Turn upside

twelve grandchildren Carolyn Callstreet fore returnin to Jax Haven't down on dish with pineapple on NOW.

seen such a throng In this nightspot top. Garnish with whipped cream .

P.-T. A. Meets ThursdayThe since after the Xmas dance If desired. Use sliced apples,

sliced peaches cooked apricot or '
A Glamour
Parent-Teachers Association Composite Girl. Kate Struth was kind enough prunes Instead of pineapple. YOU CAN
will meet at the school house to send me a list of several youngsters BUY YOUR
Thursday afternoon March 7, at H'lo Folks All the Weather coming Could go on and on around town who had birth- I

3:15 o'clock. Worriers have had time on their days recently Bound for Kateto For Early Spring I

hands this. week Ah! Such The Mundy's rated an Invitationto be think In' about the tiny tots TYPEWRITER AT SOMEii7

.anvouua eu.aa.v beautiful sunshine, and mellow the Military Ball given In Jax, .. How she loves 'em. and vice r ,

moonlight Ain't Nature Saturday night by the Officers of versa Don't know what the
: gfoctyt:7.1J. grand! the N. O. up there The H. C. Methodist S. S. would do without I
Boosting Starke Junius
l r Walls and the Bill Walnwrights herVorke,* like Kate get
Speak A Silent Smith always steps out on the (Tallahassee) came down for It far too little publicity for their

Language $j train platform when passing Too bad the Mundy's dtdn.t'co good deeds So here's a great
t ti through Starke on his run from Hear they had a big typographical orchid

i $' r of Beauty Jax.: to Tampa On the Sat., ful time wondt'r-I Thanks. Kate .
I afternoon when that colossal
Happy thought .
we HI there Beverly Cadyt!
{ t I cf Love crowd had gathered on the main don't get to dance to Kay Kyser's Happy birthday! *t .. Believe _

4 drag to see Robert Wadlow (the music we can see and hear him you're the only one I rememberwho

4a Sympathy big man) Junius happened at the U. of F. Stadium Friday celebrates March 1 J_ C.

through and stepped out on the night, Edith Rowe spent the Hoover and Morris Raybin celebrated -
'' FOR EVERY FLORAL platform as usual to glance down week-end at
Georgia State College the 2nd, while Katty Mon-
NEED, CALL Call; seeing the crowd Junius I In Athens It was Military teith. Pate Gassett and Chas M

+ turned to a stranger standing on Ball weekend I don't haveto Darby come along on the 3rd

i MRS. I.. G. the platform and nonchalantlyand be a detective to know on Morgan Darby on the 6th
with that thlaIawhereI.llveexpressionofprIde whose bid .
O t'Jo
POWELLPhone Funny for two in the same family
iY i on his face re ""The Starke Square Dancers to celebrate so close together

fj marked "Well. I see the usual really did some swinging at the The 5th Is favored by Merrill Edwards -

1J3-4 i Satlday crowd Is out today" Legion Hall Monday night O. E. Stansbury, Grace
t } then without another word turned The Jubilee Hill Billy orchestra
Williams
Telegraph Service i and Carol Inman. while
_.."I.__M.-......... and walked back Into the train from Gainesville furnished the Pat Patray observes the 7th
(That's the spirit t) music Dorothy Green thatI Oh yea I almost forgotL.

Y Lillian Sternberg, Everett McKinney I "package of pep," was promenading M. Gaines on the 4th .
George Manajsa and Bill with the best of them ;
even
BUSINESSDIRECTORY Happy bitrbday all!.
McMillan toured down to Chief I tho'
she wasn't
quite certain
as So long .See In the i
you
land to witness the B. B. Tournament to what came after what I next !
-Carolyn.He .
there last FrIday ; Edward Burns recommends 011 THE
-- Starke was playing W P. 'For The Lamps of ChIna" by Still Like Hone ..- TELEGRAPH TAKES PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING -
Smith one of Starke's best B. B. Alice Tlsdale Hobert as veT' good Dr. John Edmund ---' THE FACT THAT WE ABB NOW AGENTS FOB

Booster was there. too . Hassort of: Crisp dotted swiss with em ma REMTNOTON LINE OF PORTABLE TTPKWRTrERS. '
Bath. N. -
Dance Dope The B. B. Clubdldn't Looked Y., still make his dally broidered batiste WHAT
v1 The drink In on a rehearsal of rounds with a horse and buggy. collar and cuffs A GREAT CONVENIENCE' IT IS
realise any profit on the "Grandma Goes Hollywood" which He says he knows it's a bit old- would be a perfect' choice for FOR YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO PDRCHASB
that dance Friday night, but every the Senior class: is YOUR
putting on fashioned but he will continue those luncheon parties TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERB IN STARKE
to
just as
had .
body a big time AU March the 8th Its FROM
going to A
lw, ? 3 everybodyknow. Starke, Raiford and Lawtey be good even If the Seniors are use his ancient means of transportation soon as warm weather becomes a STOERINO: HOME CONCERN. IF YOU ARE: CON
f frolickers turned out, but that Jus'wasn't going haywire for two reasons: be- little more definite. THE PURCHASE OF A NEW MACHINE
'' rehearsing every cause he loves horses and because WI1 WlLI BE GLAD TO
nut The girls looked day A DEMONSTRATE THE NEW
sample laugh line: Oh, "I have :
mighty pretty Heard someone I'mcarel! still! Me. too where I reached a state of mind Dr. Hanson happens to like horses KEMTNGTON RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME
remark that didn't propose, for the residue ,
they know that IWell.
I'm
5et frozen stiff. Let them of my days. In and so he's going to keep hi*. He
Starke had so pretty so far a* possible,
many girls
come, we're jus' a lot of stiffs! doesn't
: Elva Lee Manama looked ver' to follow my inclinations." care a hoot how the

sEOCA-COLA. .. glamorous In a white aUk dress Twill Carolyn be Say a great: day, If he can get away with It, the crat.Joneses lIve.-Tal1a.ha Demo- Easy Terms Available

BOT. co. covered with big red flowers I When. "What Confuclous good doctor will be doing what
Lillian Sternberg and Knza< say"Will most of us never quite have the .
WE ARE be PASSE. i I..courage to do T7DETI II Add awouyalnsoStorn.eh..
Weaver -living his
looking like
a couple oft I Bet Madge ) own I
.fIddle
p PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Southern ton. Charlie I' life all by himself r I *
Belles in their black Lou Vining and Verna unmoved by I 1M"-. BRADFORD
taffeta full skirted dresses with are glad to find Ole Man Demorest I the new automobile of the people Ulcers, Indig-tlon, COUNTY

CARPENTER'S the traditional black velvet bow lettln up n mite Winter I next door or the picturesque bonnet Bloating,CaaHwtburnB.Iching,
tied necklace fashion Rivers three of the They're I of the neighbor to the right. NauMa gel a r>..sample of UDGA
The RenD Store Hundley' new balr-do mot be- I know The coldest natured gals Perhaps it Isn't strictly according and a tree interacting booklet at I TELEGRAPHp"lt.
mere
mention of I to the code of
progress; but CABPKNTEK'S: !: DRUG STOBB





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FBITS of LOCAL NEWS Friends of A. A, Durden will I Sweet Peas On Your Dress (serious Injuries In the Accident i g
regret to learn that he is seriously will be confined to the hospital i.4 ;

_. -- -- -- ill at his home, ", for several weeks. Don Hoover :
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another occupant of the car \I. '
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R Wltkovskl was visiting Henry Manasssa of Eustis was Miss Virginia Fugate of Jacksonville .;,,'; '. recuperating at his home here. f' ;,
Jack Sale of ,
HomerviUe Ga. .
IS In Jacksonville Sunday. visiting his mother Mrs P H. spent the week-eud here ,
ManaMa, this week. with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and! was the guest Sunday of his I 0;, ., '" ." '< ,':,
,
-- Mrs. J. F. Colley. brother and sister-in-law Mr and 1"." W. will pay 5-cenu per pound j
Jack.
of
.
s, Maude a C.visitor Coppa here Mon. W B. Mundy and Harry Hous Mrs. Guy Sale:*. f for boiled cotton rags meeting ear ,rr d ,
was
11" ton were business visitors \ '
In Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe approval' No buttons or oldpanto. '
Tallahassee Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B Sapp Mr, .
of Bradford ,
Palatka
were guests Sunday of County Tele (
and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mrs. Varnedon's parents\ Mr. and and Mrs. W. B.- Mundy, and Mr. graph.QUIET. .
Sunday in Fernandina with Mrs Jack Williams and Mrs. S Mrs W. P. Smith. and Mrs. Guy Sale were visiting ,' ,.,
P. Vandlvlere spent Tuesday afternoon relatives In Gainesville recently :'",' YOUR STOMACH : ':t;
,
__ in Jacksonville. wI
Mr. and Mrs If. A. Lawson -zt Today if the i'1
you get full nau eatlng -
and Mrs. Eldridge Smith; Mr. and Mrs. George Marks j and
:Mrs and family spent Sunday In feeling caused
C. A. Knight spent the by too much F<
Tuesday In Jacksonville on daughter, Marjorie, of DeLand I- *
week-end in Apopka as the guestof Auburndale as guests of Mr. and s gas from acid-Indigestion, get relief as '
will the week-end here '
ens, Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Mrs. II. O. Lawson spend as f In three minutes by taking J :! .;
guests of Mrs. Marks' mother, raY 1 '
Edwards willt Mrs. A. M, Blama-Rex. This excellent tasting I' l'
ends of Merrill Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberleyand Mrs. C. S. Lindsay of Winston- Darby. Y antacid Is sold in bottles of :* ,
to learn of his Illness at Mrs. J L. Anderson spent Salem, N. C., Is the guest of her 50 doses for SOc at the Rexall I \" -;
Friends of Miss 1
Virginia Fugate
me. in brother and elster-ta-law, Mr. and Drug Store. Be ,
:Wednesday Gainesville.E. of Jacksonville will be interestedto sure you get ;. !;
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.Mr. Bl ma-Rex Carpenter's Drug \\f'$' '
:---M.: Barefoot and Miss learn that she has accepted a
P. Davis of Store In Starke. ( .
Wednes- Fernandina was position as assistant cashier inLevy's : !
| Barefoot spent
.
ta and Mrs. H. A. and .
Bishop
the guest Friday and Saturday: of Store. _._ ....
Department ,
Jacksonville. -- .- tfj
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. their house guest, Mrs. A. D. L j
Williamson of Bradenton, spent d ,ViI'j
|and bfrs. W. M. 'Walnt Mr. and L Gentry Friday in Jacksonville. Mrs. A. W. Anderson returned r '
and family of Tallahassee and to Haverford,' Pennsylvania Fri a u j''!.'
A. :J. { ,
Rigdon were visiting relatives I' I
the week-end day of last week after enjoying a '
guests during in Lake Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Futch of .
'. Walnwright's parents, Mr, City Sunday. Tallahassee will be guests this two week visit 'with her familyhere. + ; ( 'J.'i'I'

1'8. N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Gilbert Bush regional Scout ex- week-end of Mr. Futch's parents, a I, .'

ecutive, of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. C. A Futch. :
was a A. H. Durden,of DeLand spent ,
jntaWordTED business visitor here Wednesday. a. few days here this week with i' .,,'.
Mr and Mrs. R. C. Buford and ,'M
his parents, Mr and Mrs. A. A.
Mrs. W. A. Stern and daughter daughter, Miss Gloria Buford Durden. He was called here be- American designers have suggested sweet pens for use on real Vtrad

Miss Louise Stern, spent spent Tuesday In Jacksonville cause of the serious Illness of his "dressy" dresses this spring Shown.above Is a gown in pale pink

TO BUY cows and Thursday afternoon in Gainesville. visiting friends and relatives.Mr. father chiffon with a pink linen jacket trimmed with silk sweet peas,

Market prices paid on nil their stems embroidered on the linen In bright green. The out ENGRAVING P 11'x,
and Mrs. J, M. Brownlee
D. ODOM, box 2U.e Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent few
J. a
iles. Mrs. E. E. Canova returned to activities take added rest.
fit Is designed to make leap year on
In Gainesvillewith '
spent Wednesday '
Fla. 331lyr.p days this week in Tampa with her her home Friday after enjoying a TIIK FINEST TIIAT ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- their son and daughterinlaw week's visit In Tallahassee the CAN DUY '. \
FED-eterllized (boiled) cot- den. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee. as Party Girl Mrs." N. D. Wainwright, Sr., MONEY !j :
t with buttons. No guest of her son-in-law and daughter Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Mr. and Mrs 'I ,'
rags no Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten. K. L. Molpus. Mr. and Mrs. W. G.Halle. : 4
Will 5-cents "i VISITING CARDS i iI ,
pay per Mr. and Mrs Edwin St. John She was accompanied home by : Mis. H. L Brownlee and
d for those meeting our i and Mrs V. S. St. John Tom Matton and Mr. and Mrs '
were business Mrs. Patten, who remained until the Rev. and I
I : daughter, Madge \
val. Bradford County visitors In Jacksonville ; Tom Matton, Jr., of Springfield \ 'J
Tuesday WEDDING
<.
Monday. and
Mrs. A. E: Lightfoot daugh
tf Mass, were guests of Mr. and .,.
aph. ,
ter, Miss Ruth Zeigler, :
Mrs. R. F. Clark Sunday and Nancy, INVITATIONS t',
SALE-Brand new 5-room --- Mrs Harry Darby and two 1 and Dirk Grlffls were among ,
Modern In every detail. C. Whltfield' of Baldwin was the Monday. sons Herbert and Edgar, and those attending one of the show- \t'' f! '
e. BIRTH ,
location. $2,500 F. H. A. guest Saturday of his soninlawand daughter, Betty of Lake City Dr. '.."; ings of "Gone With The Wind" in 1$
D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. C. S. $
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 1T ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY '
Wilson Realty Corp' It Jerry and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son Jacksonville recently '
Moore. Lindsay left Thursday for Newton -
Cliff, and daughter Miss Gloria "
N. C., to attend the funeral is
[SALE Beautiful narcissi Johns, and Tom Ritch all of Mrs. Joe Hoover has returnedto : 1
services of their father D. J. 4.
\ Mrs. James
of Calla-
oms. Reasonably priced.rs. Shepard Jacksonville were guests Sunday
confinedto
.. her homo after being
J. H.,, Fields. It han Is the guest of her soninlawand Carpenter.Mrs. of Mr. and Mra. T. J Griffin, .., ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS t
Riverside Hospital in Jackson- ;,,1 a !
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and Miss Annie ;
|RENT in Starke-Two at- Knight.I. Tolbert ,Black and son Darby. ville several days suffering from ,
fctlve modern bungalows In Jimmy, of Macclenny were guestsa Injuries sustained In an auto- Bradford County :4ii"

utiful location, close In. Ap- B. Woundy of New Canaan few days this week of MI'8.Black's Mrs. L. S Hutto and son Till- 1l mobile accident Tuesday morning. Telegraph ,1,1 l :

Mrs, W. H. Nollman, Se- Conn., was the guest Tuesday and parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. man Hutto, spent Tuesday In Mrs Frank Hoover and Mrs. 1I. \

Fla. It Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. N. Kendrick. Jacksonville. Mrs. Hutto's daughter. -_.,.' Owen Sherwood, who also received I.fi''

I SALE-10 head good sound St. John. Friends of Mrs. W. II. Green Miss Edna' Hutto, and Miss Social life begins at five (or YI\ I

mules average 1,100 Ibs., will regret to learn of her Illness Elizabeth Williams returned home even less) and It begins auspici- I
plugs. Roux Crate & Lum- Mrs. Lacy Rigdon and children at the home of her son and daugh- with them. Miss Hutto and Miss ously if the young lady wears a

[Co, Inc., Bartow, Fla. 1t of Jacksonville spent Tuesdayhere ter-In-law Congressman and Mrs.R. Williams graduated Tuesday from dress slmlllar to this one, made of [Tip Top Grocery Il}
of and
as guests Mr. Mrs. A. A. Green. the Rudemar school for beauticians rows and rows of lace posed overa
CAL TRAINING-In Air J. Rigdon. and friends of Miss Hutto rayon satin slip. The slip mightbe
will be Interested to learn that she
d.itlonln Including Heat- last weekIn in pink, blue or white, and the
Mrs. L. S. Hutto
and Refrigeration. Train- G. W. Hazen and Lucian O. Columbia and spent Orangeburg, has accepted a position with a dress Is tied with a big bow to AND MARKETFRIDAY J <
includes shop work and Hazen. of Brooker, were guests; beauty shop In Alachua. match.
practice on actual operat- Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. S. C., and while in Columbia was I MARCH 1.2 :
the of her daughter. Miss & SATURDAY 'i '
equipment acquired at a McKlnney. guest Julian Grlffls of Norfolk, Va., Ben Rowe will spend Wednesday .
Carolyn Hutto.T. Is the of his Mr. through Friday of next weekin
| of 90000. Whole trainingm guest parents. ; FANCY ICE HKROLETTUCE l '
worked ,out with help Mrs. T. K. McClane and son, T. and Mrs. A. J. Grittls. Julian Rome, Ga. aa the guest of his
atlonally recognized eng'is K. Ill, have returned after spending Frank Landrum and E. L. was called home because of the son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Heads 15c
ami executives: and'com- several days Gainesville :Matthews attended the conferenceof Illness of his father. Friends of Mrs. Charles Burton. He will be - -
Clubs of
piled by more than 100 lead- with relatives. Young Democratic Mr. Griffis will be glad to team accompanied home by Mrs. Burton
manufacturers. Write for Florida In Pensacola Friday and that he Is recovering and that he and also by Miss Ruth Rowe,

IJ no obligation. Ad- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kidd at- Saturday of last week. will return to his home the latter his daughter, who has spent sev- Beautiful Bananas 4 Lbs. 15c t

i INDUSTRIAL TRAININGINC. tended the Military Ball at the part of the week from St. Vin- eral weeks with Mr and Mrs. ,
Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. C.
TUTE, ..- Box 395, Duval Armory in Jacksonville cent's Hospital in Jacksonville.\ Burton.PICK.

ord County Telegraph. 1tp Saturday night. attended E. Johns,one and of Miss the Louise showings Stern of Country Kist G. B. Corn, 3 Cans 25c \

"Gone With the Wind" In Jack-

sonville last week. I1 NO. 1 IRISH

NAT SEZ:
Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, Mrs. Nel-

son Green and daughter, Oleata, POTATOES
Well folks the strawberry crop accompanied by Mrs. H. C. Wim- tj.

e" might "bo a little slow this year, berly of Highland spent Thurs-
II there Is with day In Jacksonville.G. ( :
but nothing wrong
:1C POUNDS. A 4 XOC
It takes more
the candidate
crop. ,
C. White, en route to his
than a little cold weather to down home in Tallahassee from Tampa l eliJ

these boys. Years of rubbing was the guest Saturday of his CUT GREEN BEANS, 3 No. 2 Cans 19c t i>

fchoulde with Sir. and Mrs. JohnQ. mother, Mrs. J. W. White, and ..w ,

Public have toughened 'em up Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. SWEET POTATOES IQLbs 15c !

till they con stand moat anything. Philip Maguire of Washington

D. C., is spending two ''

weeks here as the guest ,of her JUST RITE FLOUR 24 Lbs. 73e' ,fVr
.1 mother, Mrs. A. M.. Darby, and ,
it .Goo sister, Mrs. C. W. Chalker

**\ A. RED TOP COFFEE Lb. 15c
*" Mrs. James Godbold and son'l I ;
\\ James lit, and Mrs. James

\ O- bold, Sr., of Jacksonville were
L
:
: y get inti. guests Sunday of Mrs. W, S. Stro- JEWEL COMPOUND 2 Lbs. 19c

\ n' man and Mrs. S. S. Dowling.

: 11\01" 'p/ Mrs. G. H. Bennett Mrs. L. E. YOUR! No. 1 Smoked No. 1 White ( l

t ort do s Miner, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley '

C.\" H Bennett spent Sunday In Jack- BACON BACONPound
tOOfO.tt" sonville with Mr. and Mrs. Ran-
dolph Bores and other relatives.
OWN CLUB Pound lOc 8c

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter ALL roun
\
\ Sara, Mrs. L. J. Green and FOR ONLY
children. Archie and Judy, and SUGAR Five Pounds 23c

Hall, spent Sunday ,
r For active days ; In the office ; ; : Miss Merle rel- 4JACK-A
visiting
afternoon at Brooker QFYOUR I I FAVORITE l
i shopping around the town choose atives. -DANDY Preserves, Lb. 15c

the tailored beauty of these 4-thread Mrs. J. E. Thomas and daughter MAGAZINES AND ANY BRAND MILK, 3 Tall Cans 20c

k and clear Jo Ann of Crescent City
Dull
Chiffons by Holeprocf. were guests Sunday and Monday THIS NEWSPAPERCROUP RINSO or SUPER SUDS, 3 For 25c

j t : to accent your trim legs and slen- of Mrs. E. M. Thomas., Jo Ann
remained for a longer visit with

der ankles. Flatteringly sheer, yet her grandmother. A-PICK 2 CROUP-PICI( I NEW SYRUP Gal ---SOc ; u

practical forbusydaysbecausethey'reFamous and Mrs. Lucian F. Thomas
Mr.
<
quality. Lace run- and little son, Tommy, of Jackson- AlMrfCM lot .f MfclAm OAm.rkaa ,..Itry J mnul..1yr. No. 2 Full Size No. 1 Fancy ;,
Holeproof ville and their aunt Mrs. Jesse O .nc4ii Gel ............wos.I ICluuttM O.....ter'1 CJMtt ........lyr.QorUf Blue RoseRICE
lJ, IforiM ., WM. AaMrlcan t....1 yr.
stop top. Newest colors: Melhutoh of London, England, and 8 Horn. ArH HttJhcnft: ..2 pet ,.,...-,....'.WU..I yr. TOMATOES

Mrs. Della Thomas were guests ......z,.... Brim State ..............lyrHo .
Sunday afternoon of Mrs. R. A. UMcc.r.M.nt.e' .......1". ** Orel ..............lyr.HouMFfbttl ,t
85c '$1.39 Thomas.Mr. o Md... 1- .......1". .............l n.DOp. Can 6c t
to .. load ,1cJraI) .......1". HowdttU MtcnlM ......llr. 5 Pounds 20c
and Mrs R. R. Hutchings 0.t.f'C! .......,.... HoMe Art.-Ne.dIecnft ...1r. IaAJHll
Montle. of Gaines- Fathfi.dr (.....,) .1 f.ProptonM Ugfcor WorUN ...........1 r- FIKMT 01'l. >
!'a and daughter Fmrar .......4yr .t1 Lire Stock rnxfcK r..1,r.
x r.gy ville were guests of Mr. Hutch- RoMric Story ..........1),... rtywMtfc lock MontWy ....1" 33c
i41I ings' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. OSc.look .............If.Stiver .. O Prar.Mrv e ftnaur ...,....2"... COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER -
f :: Hutchlngs, last week-end. Mr. tJ: Screen .1 T.. 0 Kkod lifaml led 1011".1-
: ? :
8'J .. .ri. .....2".,
Hutchings was the guest of his o SMthm AcricBltartt ....4p Dso.tk.nr Apk lt t
1Ie_ ,.... rSTERNBERC'I_ s_ on Monday night also. T... COBfMHMI i ........I T*. P$.cc*.tfvl faming. .......lr FAT DRESSED HENS, Lb. 20c
parents 8 WOMB'S World .........2"... (D W_.', World ..........1 J"

The many friends here of Mr. GEM MARGARINE Lb.12c
Charles Burton of Rome, Ga., will ,
be glad to learn, that ahe Is able
g i to be out again after undergoing BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHSTARKE ''M

I a ago.major Before operation her marriage several weeks Mrs. FLORIDA Stew Beef or Bologna, Lb. 12 /,erw ,

Burton was Miss Rosa Ma Rowe. ,







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f i. FARMERS'SECTION I IiI' It -Voters/ Promised LIVE STATE NEWS I For Plant Best Corn ResultsFlorida Early ''I I setting when told him Blackwell fire he to fired accused on the- Na hit g I I'I ,j

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t MINTS FOR 'THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL Big Show' SoonEarly THREE ASPHYXIATED DETECTIVE ARRESTED I plant com general should farmers plant their who advanced from on him.his automobile i'
iI' : FBI has
COMMON SENSE. Clearwater,-Fumes from a gas Miami Beach,-The announced -' crops) early in March accordingto I -

I, . heater. Constable Walter Freeze the arrest of John Selby, J. Lee Smith district agent 1 Engraved sympathy .
Kl.edcements.
i PLANT AN EVERGREEN POULTRY, COWS PORK QualifyingWith said, asphyxiated a Kansas City in detective on the Miami Beach with the State Agricultural Extension Inexpensive_i
mother and her two daughters
Secretary Gray police force as an Army deserter. Service. ford County Telegraph
t t Florida farmers in recent years their hotel rooms here.
Ethel Holloway
By Looks Interesting The Federal Bureau of Investigation "Planting corn before the middle
. .. DUtrict Home Agent have made progress towards the. office in Miami said Selby of March will result in smaller NEW TRAIN SClI1DtLE!: :
goal of becoming selfsustaining.They LONGSHOREMEN STRIKE
"My grandfather planted this Florida's 1940 political cam- was taken into custody on a re- losses from weather extremes, If NorthboundNo.

tree!" someone says with pride., and now have than more they cows,did chickens :30-paign bids fair to become a three- Jacksonville strike of 8,000 quest from the War Department's rain and dry periods coma at Leaves 5:28: A. Jj Stjti
Here in the yard of the home hogs longshoremen asking wage Increases disciplinary barracks at Gover- about the same time as in past No. 192 Leaves 6:23: A, k.
I giving shade to the children at years ago. And yet there is considerable ring: show In public Interest with went into effect at eight nor's Island N. Y., and was yeara. Planting early will also No. 108 Leaves 5:36: p. U.111
).1. windbreak for the birdsin need for even more in- vigorous contests for governors southeastern ports Sunday as last authori- No. 102 Arrives
play a turned over to military enable the farmer to 'lay by' 1:50: p. lot
Winter and a joy for all to see creases along the same line. United States senator and dele- minute mediation effort failed. ties In Key West. his crop in May and plant soil- SouthboundNo.

t" the year long stands a living Staticticlans of the United States gates to the Democratic National building crops such as crotalaria '1 Leaves 11:35 p. 11. S

, i memorial. The opportunity to Department of Agriculture estimated -1 Convention. PESSIMISTIC OVER WAR MRS. ROOSEVELT RESTING and beggarweed in the corn rows No. 191 Leaves 10:53: P. i
: leave beauty behind you by plant- that on January 1. 1940 Eleven candidates have an- Babson Park-Roger W. Bab- No. 107 Leaves
Miami Beach, -Mrs. FranklinD. at the same time, Mr. Smith explained 9:30: A. k.
if' tree or shrub is open alike there were 2,545,000 chickens on nounced for governor seven for statistician and business con-
'\ ing a son Roosevelt, declaring she was No. 101 Leaves 7:00: A. 1l. S
to sharecropper, renter, or land- Florida farms. College of Agri- senator and there may be dozens sultant, said today "if war really "not really tired but this seems Weather during March, April,
culture poultrymen say that each in the race for Florida's 18 seats for long
look a .
owner. starts In earnest
)
4 to be time to get
an opportune and is balanced
usually
i. May more
unusual cold in FlorIda Florida farm should have from at the national convention. ;conflict with the United States Beware
The recent ,
!: away for a rest, arrived for a between wet and dry spells than Coughsfrom
created a great desire for 50 to 100 chickens. There are There will be about 500,000 votesin .ultimately coming in." Winter vacation at an oceanside
farms in the state during later months of the year,
,
more evergreen shrubs and trees some 80,000 the Democratic primaries on I I estate In Golden Beach a quiet
0' farm bad the Extension worker pointed out. cczunon cold
and thus If each only
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:f' that will stand low temperatures. 50 chickens the number would be May 7 and May 28. Registrationbooks QUAIL TO BE PLANTED community just north of here. On farms where volunteer cropsof
Grounds either private or public Tallahassee Nearly 5.000 Mrs. Roosevelt said> she expectedto That
four million. And this does not) now are open. In 1938 crotalaria and beggarweed are Hang
I' that have been generously dotted take into account the commercial' there were 638,000 registered pairs of quail will set up house- be here not more than two not assured farmers will do well
with well-chosen evergreen shrubs keeping and raise families in new less but Creomulslon relieves promptly
weeks, and perhaps to sow from 10 to 15 pounds of
Democrats.
E
flocks which It
are producing eggs this cause goes right to the seat 0//
have the most Inviting appear- Florida woods
homes In would in to give a seed of either of these to trouble to loosen
to and meat for city dwellers. II' President Roosevelt's unknown return April crops germ laden nhi
: ance while we wait for Spring Spring as a result of the programof the acre when they are making Increase secretion and aid natim'isoothe
''t, bring up the sap In the deciduous Nearly any type of farm on third term attitude, Vice-Presi- restocking shot-over areas con- lecture. their last cultivation of corn Mr. and heal raw.tender,
l'group.. which people live can well carry' dent Garner's announced presidential ducted by the State Commissionof ed bronchial mucous menbru
chickens, say the college workers.! ambitions, and the candidacies WANT EQUAL RATES Smith said. No matter how many medicine
The best year-round effects Include Game and Fresh Water Fish. have tried tell druggtittoi
I; Of course, the farms on which nobody of Paul V. McNutt and Fort Lauderdale-A decision to your
,,,: both decldous and ever- MOST FOREST FIRES "SET" yon a bottle of CreomumonwiSi
green. A backdrop of evergreens lives, but which are culti--others for the nomination will offer HAVE UNTIL MAKCH 23Talla.haa8eeCandldatea seek readjustment of present understanding that you are to
makes an excellent foil for vated by residents of nearby a personality Issue for the In the freight rate structures to permit Tallahassee, Florida Park and the way It quickly allays the bn
t\talways\ and cities numerous delegate races. Forest Service reports that nearly or you are to have your money t
the interesting patterns made bya towns -as May primaries have until mid- the South to enter competitive *
truck farms and some citrus the race seven markets against northern indus- three-fourths of fires on protected CREOMULSIO
the plants bare of leaves. In governor's night of March 23 to qualify. Sec
a are- -cannot be expected to have qualified with tries reached at the south lands In this State last year were ,
candidates
1 Nurseries of course, offer many groves : retary of State R. A. Gray informed was for Coughs.Chest Cold..Broec'
of broadleaf and coniferous I produce poultry. But with these Secretary of State Gray. They county officers the dead- eastern governor's conference Incendiary or deliberately set.
types
I,. plants, and these are omitted there still exists a need are in the order in which they line was changed from :March 22, here. A resolution, presented by Assistant Forester Nelson B.
:. cheaper evergreen in the long run. The pur-I for chickens on a large number of paid the fees, Walter Frazer of date given in the first bulletin, Governor Cone of Florida and Blocker said 2.77 per cent of the
7 Florida farms. 3.t B. F. Paty of West the con- 4,742,281 acres of privately-owned FJ1EISMELIPASSAGE
chaser needs to be guided in her Augustine because of a later ruling by the passed unanimously by
t selection by factors other than Poultry would use the waste Palm Beach. Spesaard L. Hollandof attorney general. ference, proposed the appointment land under co-operative fire con-
the on hand with the products on the farms, and would Bartow Burton Schoepf of of three industrialists by each of trol were burned over, the 3802
( specimens
3: nurseryman. Any plant gives a garner a sizeable portion of their Tampa Francis P. Whltehalr of BIO STILL CAPTUREDGainesvllleCapture the participating governors to blazes causing Carnage estimatedat M orr:

'k!i greater return to Its owner if it Is own feed. Some purchased feed DeLand and the Rev. James Bar- of one of work for the readjustment of the 190000. 1 And Other Functional SrmpiomjJ

.; planted where the soil, sun, and would be necessary, but the expense bee of Jacksonville. the largest liquor stills noted in rate structures. FOREST KIDNEY WEAKN

'ijj shadow are exactly suited to Its of producing eggs on the U. S. Senator Charles O. An- this county in several years RANGER KILLED Take. HDAM new and relievi. '
Vi needs and where the landscape farm should be leas than their drews, seeking re-election was brought arrest to three persons RULES ON TAX CERTIFICATES Panama city,-Perry Clements, end dUcaaforta ol Backache and Uo eu I

I1 plan calls for its particular shape price of purchased eggs. the first to qualify In hla''race. and netted investigators 1,400 Tallahassee, Where a tax certificate 21, Is being held In the county jail Yreauent.Odor Scanty-Loan and Btumina elMe EDern-TDnnatural

j{ and leaf form. And perhaps the greatest ad- Governor Fred P. Cone has qualified gallons of mash, numerous kegs was overlooked by accident while officers Investigated the .rh... Dhwia.m. veu.n.r--rmal.

,-, A walk In the woods at this vantage would result because the to oppose Andrews. Others and jugs 31 bags of charcoal a I Attorney General George fatal shooting of Aubrey Black- coca Thai*ed.ymptoau;Sidney and are Xladdet quickly and 1 i
'<*. time of year would reveal what Is'j family would have eggs on hand announced have not paid the fees. Ford automobile and a 500 gallon Couper Gibbs has ruled the state well, 28, a forest ranger, In frontof natty: relieved by taking famotu KIDS?

''j truly evergreen among the wild to eat and would consume more Qualifying fees will be receivedby copper still. It was revealed did not acquire clear title to the a Youngstown store about 20 -Oleimtjy th. hldney aide remedy In flmhlnc which meid.hnrmlenlf sad

'i thing., but these plants require of this healthful food product. Secretary of State Gray until here Saturday. land under the terms of the 1937' miles north of here. Deputy from UM kidney. KIOANS .. a a.dlureUc. ..

4, exacting care at the time of dig- When it is necessary to buy eggs midnight Saturday March 23. Murphy Act. Gibbs. in an opinion 1 Sheriff C. D. Nixon said Clements vitee. .It It belpa1'rF InereMW away the flow new of I_

r fv':, gAng and afterwards. They have. the family table often Is lacking Three candidates have qualifiedfor BIGGEST BASS ON RECORD given to Comptroller J. M. Lee, .Mponaibl* for dlaeomforta. and. dJMMIi
Cause .... .
Discomfort .. .
f poor root systems and must be In them when It might have themif Democratic nomination as attorney Orlando,-The largest big mouth said it was the purpose of the COLDS L back to functional If KIDAN3 kMner 10 d.. Try: K1DANS Your i t

:4.; removed carefully, and the roots! they were produced on the : general to succeed George black bass said to have been law to wipe the slate clean of all / / (MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

A must be kept moist until re- farm. An increase in number of Couper Gibbs who will not run. caught in Florida was a 16 1-2 delinquent taxes and that there Far q-ick relief Is* ** Depo.lt sloe with voar druniit for ftboiM
'r;" planted. Winter is the best timer farms keeping poultry does not They are E. P. Martin of Plant pounder landed by Mrs. Helen where two or more certificateswere fr adresiy of KIOANS. UM one box. ItnUnlr >

< for transplanting from woods or mean a corresponding decrease in City, J. Tom Watson of Tampaand Davis of Toledo. Ohio, fishing in outstanding against the ef-.e Utko 6MLiquid 1rJJ Kher. .box_to ti a"the'd Mm with* RESULTS drnvrUt' and

'>.r{; nursery. market for commercial eggs. E. B. Donnell of West Palm Lake Apopka last week. And to same property all were to be of- money will be ","'Dd..,. Start KID.MCldney
make her and to Tablets Salve Near Relief tod.r.KIDANS: 1..o4.
Department of Agriculture Beach. day complete fered for sale.
: ; provide her with material to make lOtrtp.I CARPENTER'S DRUG STOBlJ
Edwin G. Fraser of Macclenny
figures also show 110,000 dairy
Jte-elect I U.) S. Senator cows in this state, and College of has qualified to make the race the fishing folks back home envious ARGUE OVER BREAD
Comptroller J. M. Lee she pulled in another bass A fatal blow
Agriculture dairymen estimate against Sebrlng,- growingout
that around 8,000 to 10.000 farmsare who will run for re-election. J. weighing 8 1-2 pounds. of an argument over a pieceof I I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

1 ? y ai still In need of family milk Edwin Larson of Jacksonville has bread was investigated by officers Full tine of Caskets A Undertakers Supplies
for treasurer and FISHERMEN HARD HIT .
qualified preliminary to an' Inquest.B. AMBULANCE BBBVIOB
cows.And the of home-pro- Nathan Mayo has qualified for reelection Apalachicola, Hard hit by M. Moody 52, of Gainesville DAY AND NIGHT
supply
as commissioner of agri- freezing temperatures and rough :died in a hospital here last nightof j 134 PHONE 1S4G.
duced and cured Is far below 1
pork culture. weather which made fishing un- skull Injuries which Sheriff H. BENNETT. Mgr.

: r f 1 1f the needs right on Florida farms. Secretary of State Robert A. profitable and impossible thou- 'Broward Coker said were inflicted "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
'It i sands of families in the Gulf
Some workers figure that Florida Gray and Colin English, superin- during a fight at a camp near
Coast section In cir-
are desperate
farms need 8,000.000 pounds of tendent of education will run for Brighton. Two men listed as i

.t e{, CHARLES 0. ANDREWS pork, and probably less than one- nounced re-election.against No opponent Mayo, Gray has an-or cumstances.Cone last week Governor appealed Fred to the P. Leonard Jackson, 41 Kutta.. also 19 of and Gainesville Joe B., Cold Coughs May Soon B

fourth of this Is being supplied by English. : Federal government for prompt said by Coker to be relatives of

( (Paid political advertisement) the farms themselves. I action in providing relief for these Moody by marriage, were being

"! -- How To Avoid hardy but needy people. held pending the Inquest., Quarantined To

t! ---- JNSUREWITH Sweet Potato GIVEN FREE REIN Stop SpreaThere

11 Miami High Works Projects All legal blanks, promissory .
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. Weevil Damage Administration officials thatFlorida's notes retain title notes, carried Is growing sentiment that stuffed-op feeling Immediately.
f say bad colds and coughs should be acts quickly to soothe and heal tf
In stock by the Bradford County
i t FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS 46.00OMPA workers quarantined. They spread so rapidly feverish, irritated membranes i
Farmers In areas In Florida infested Telegraph.
may participate freely in the May loss of time is to rid of
Phone 74 STARKE FLORIDA with the sweet potato they cause more guaranteed you j 7
; without fear of political
I primaries from illneJM than all other diseases cold cough entirely within
,: weevil should give careful consideration reprisals. Howard O. Hunter, SINCE 1883 combined.To 1, shortest possible time or every

t' to preparations for deputy WPA administrator from Ballard's Snow Liniment has stop a cold cough Immediately of the small cost will be prompt
i : FUNERAL DIRECTORMy their 1940 crops, says Dr. Wllmon Washington and State Director been an inexpensive aid in reliev- get Mentho-Mulsion. Mentho- refunded. Mentho-Mulsion Is i '
t Newell State Plant Board com- Roy Schroder declared there ing the discomforts of Muscular\ Mulsion is the formula of the deanof to use and should be kept on 1 h
Maay Years Experience Make. It Possible for Me to ReaderEFFICIENT. missioner. Despite the fact that would be no pressure for any can- Congestion that accompanies pharmacy of a large midwestern for immediate use on the first i
PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE the weevil is a most destructive didate. Sprains, Strains Bruises, and Muscular university and contains nine ,pearance of a cold or cough.
MODEKATH PRICES!: Soreness from overexertionor cold cough combating elements in.
; enemy of sweet potatoes, normal Mentho-Mnlslon is endorsed I
1' undue In 30c and eluding vitamins A and D to build
DeWITT C. JONES crops of potatoes can be producedIn FEELINGS exposure.
with NO HARD OOc bottles. up cold resistance. Mentbo-Muislon your neighbors and guaranteed; fa

Starke Florid tively Infested little effort areas he declares.compara-His German Fort Lauderdale freighter,-and Seamen an armed froma CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE stops coughing and relieves that leading draggist! verywliere.-i.'"

suggestion Is, remove the pest's British merchant ship forgot the

food supply and breeding places, war long enough to drink beer

&'. THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS and It will die. and exchange good-natured quips
The following pointers by Dr. in the same bar at neutral Port
,$1i, 'will com to your home every day through Newell will help growers succeedIn Everglades. The English ship

1: THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR spite of the weevil. Plant only the 4,585-ton Harburton arrived

;; An '....na...._. Dmilr !VeMB jMr clean seed. Secure seedpota- with two guns bristling from her

'f' e....eda tot,...all.. .....M..el.aa..oe.tn.u...cIotn... 'tbs Mosltm toes from non-infested areas If stern and docked a few hundred '
w'. sot .QIoI, ...... cor .naallon. : nNtaer dOM It tilers thSctenM '". possible; if not, carefully cull feet from the German Arauca, OTHING TO
bas e l. .. TURN
rr-a"Ir: whit &11 .III.'or busy: _.. sad .n lbs ON
family. tad.dln. W kTy-Ti.iiin. s.euon home-grown potatoes. Burn all which was chased into port last
_? : :_ suspicious potatoes, and plant only
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,!f. The ChrMJaa. .tUnc.. PublUhlai _I." sound ones. Locate the plan
The Arauca since then has been
'JI, M., Norway: ..... BO.MO. Uau.ellIIN'
'!>' 1Ma.. .-._--. my nbecrlpuoa t. The ChruUaa MoalM* lot beds some distance away from tied up by libel litigation, now t"/
I r:::I the old banks or fields. Clean the pending In the courts. T
$. w II 1 .....u.. 7i1011t'
II 110 month.1 II I uta else
........, -. IDelllcllD. .......n. _u.s: I rev 52.:. I ..u.. eNI.m. old banks by burning all straw !
., trash and discarded potatoes
.____________________________________ This will adult and WANT MORE TAX MONEY
r destroy any Ocala,-Chairmen of boards of

,;a ....."----------- -,; ; 'l;- ;;-J.------------------ immature stages of the weevil, commissioners and county attorneys AufcMMrie eUclrU .ate* ....tle. U
present and will cut down sourcesof of 38 Florida counties .
voted C't ... hem oar or aemecnlti

Infestation. unanimously at a meeting hereto ;" You-."! it and faro.* ... M the hot
'-" Plant drawn for only a small request the 1941 Legislature tot
1 portion of the crop; the bulk o override Gov. Fred P. Cone's veto wiser you' waul U oa lap whenever,

.I..\ Rich and Clean the planting should be made from of two acts which would have YOU want it with nathina to tarn ea

GRADE A vine cuttings. If Up cuttings can given counties a more liberal share but aV aa-... Automate fcrt waterheating .

f be secured freedom from weevil of gasoline tax revenue. The i b dependable end ..... And
'..4STKURIZKDMILK infestation is almost assured
vetoed measures were Senate bills 11'. -.ID9I'r cheap at -........
t, Plant the new crop as far as possible 1216 and 1217.
the 1939
passed by
afcoWc .....,
Se
from last year's planting, Legislature as compromise sub- row UcMc dealer or coO e*
NO ADVANCE the old banks, and this year's stitutes for House Bills 801 and ...... Service today

seedbed In order to reduce 802. They would have continuedand
ft IN PRICHIATHEWS' chances of infestation.
extended, distribution of
:f Finally Dr. Newell says do not revenue from 3 cents of the 7

1.. use seed or plants, unless you are cents a gallon gasoline tax re-

1.. sure they are not Infested. Your turned to counties for retirementof
:E county agent can tell you of road bonds.ROOSEVELT'S.

.G sources seed. of non-Infested plants or I a..................repwraMS41N

DRIVER ...-.....
ARRESTEDFt. ..
srrll a.lttw.sndrN.wtaaae.wter.asa.
Lauderdale.-The chauffeur .

I I driving James Roosevelt back to ......................nF
Palm Beach after a visit with his wrultt.rarur.rlt.ST' .

mother at nearby Golden Beach .........
MODEL Q:. yt end was arrested here for two alleged -
traffic law violations but

DAIRYSTARKE i.. JIM CARY later was released under $35 bond %ST'
; posted by the President's son. The
t chauffeur was charged with run-
\: to- II
[ FLORIDA /i'SEY 't ning a red light and speeding in

I a 20-mile an hour limit cone.: In
CONGRESS posting bond for the chauffeur, ;1tNllt I/A tpli
ONE QUART LIQUID
SEALED BB48 Roosevelt took the blame for the

.. ....-....- incident and said he had taskad!| 7 s EtreeiiieE tTCI(
the driver to hurry. w






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)>.\Y, MARCH 1, 19l! < BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.': STARKE FLORIDA P.CtGE SEVEN f

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I CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES I To Speak Here 'Don't Fear Old Age 3rd.Eagle, Scout : : ,');


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In ray files, I have a letter from I Michelangelo thought of it as the 1 :' '

BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIANRev. 1 EPISCOPAL CimiSTI my friend Jean Bordeaux In Los time to attempt the biggest thingin /: i, ,j !

A. BJ. LightfootI Rev. Frank Robinson Chas. H. Allen, !'t. Mnrk'i Church Sunday School Supt Angeles a letter so full of inspiration his life. ,,4.,,j

b. ThomaSupt Pastor Pastor Pastor Hev. Fred Rector Terkes. Jr. Mr Sunday. Ira School WlUnn that I'm going to quote from Day after day and year after ;I, J ,

Sunday School E. K. Perryman. Organist Sunday School Supt. 10 o'clock It: year he worked, driven by a consuming : r: 't
School Qen. Superintendent Mrs. B. Davit Ulmi Ella L. ; :
>nduy A. M. of Church School M. PasseOrgan.t "Look at the list of people who desire to finish it before ,
lorning: Serviceii.y Church School Church School Supt. death came Ills health failed; hEwuJ 1
Roy Mathews Mr* II. c. Brown nirncii OFCiini-r! have accomplished spendld thingsIn 1s. ; '1
11 A. M."Uet 10 A. M. Service he had gout and gallstones but ,
TralnlnW Church School Harry Pickup their old age. Ponder this ht: vI'iP
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1:00 1'. U.nIflg Morning Worship 1. A U.Morning Sunday School. Factor list- he would not let pain atop him. (
ion Service. 11 A. M. iI
10 A. K.
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Bible
Study I p. m. ,
.ervl"e Worship! His hands became so goutriddenthat I !
>. M- Evenlnc Worship 11 A. I\\{. Sundays ?_ 11 A. U. Sermon and The "Cato learned Greek at 80.
: ) oVM.Pianist Service: 7:30 P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00 Fridays 1:30: P. M Lord'i Supper S p. m. Sophocles wrote the Immortal he could hardly hold a w 1ItSi! ,*
: p. m. ,
Sunday
evry
1: Young People'sLeague Holy Oays..l A. I\\{. 'Oedipus Rex' at 81. chisel, but he kept on working. lv's.Ut "
Meetings I Finally he could not walk to his & :

r-nolr Mona Director Canova 6:30: P. M.pra.er MISSION HALL GOSPEL T.B.Spon.orelS "Goethe completed 'Faust' the work so he was straddled on a 4 ,
fuhn H. Powell Meeting MIX. ALLIANCEPresident crowning achievement of his life horse which was led through the ;.
chairman Wednesday.. 7:80 P.M. Sponsors: by ,' at 80. ; 't ,I
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Mr. and Mrs. street to where he could oversee
Deacons Mr. and ..
of I14r
rd Mrs. F. H. Xxtng, The Hev. Frank "
F F. KIck liter OrganistMrs. 3. T. Qulgley J. T. Quigi.yDvangelistio Robi nao flSecretaryTrseurer 'A "Anatole France, the great the building of the dome. His "HII
I chairman Service author said he got tired of readIng doctors him to E LL' ..
J ot Truetee E. K. Ferryman, Bible Study each each Friday and Sun i begged not continue .
K. a Powell Assistant Orcanl.tBob Tues. evening 7:30 day evening 7SO: The Rev. Fred Yerkes translations of famous Latin but he said "I must finish :i 11\:

-...-------- .. .. books so he began the study of it." Finally one day on the scaffold ] :
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L. Latin at 73. the grand old man asked the, t \

Jones Baptist Members Plan EntertainmentFor "Verdi, the famous Italian composer workmen to help him down. When \j1 j1t

] Student wrote 'Ave Maria when he a physician arrived, he had a I : "
.. League Of Many NationsPlans The Rev. Carl Sweazy, pastor was 83.: raging fever. !

-- -- of the Calvary Baptist Tabernacleof "William E. Gladstone was The next morning he asked to ECnns Hayes, son of Mr. and ; t ; :'

On Here for the entertainment and Of interest to the men of the Los Angeles California. will Prime Minister of England when be put on his horse, and tried to Mrs (0;. W Hayes of Starke. who ''J
intents reception of the Student's '
Leagueof church i is the announcement of the come to the Tabernacle for a he was 81."Alfred. was the third member of Troop ,
(
rise but the doctor was firm. "
Id Hereafter Many Nations, which will appear Spring Men's Banquet to be heldat three days Bible Conference March
Lord Tennyson wrote Then he asked to be moved to 70 Boy Scouts of America to receive ;
at the Baptist church Wed the church In the annex on the 79. He will speak at the Law. 'I.
his famous his Eai le badgthe !
('Crossing the the window could ; highest
this will be poem where he see
when
[do not know nesday night, March 13th were of March Church at the
night 29th. Plans
are tey Baptist prayer Bar') in his 83rd year." the dome. rank possible in the organization l'!r-
|ted but It Is beging written completed on Tuesday night at a already underway, and Dr. J. Har- meeting hour, Wednesday night Let me tell you the Inspiring He grew weaker during the day. .
Young People's committee meet- rison Griffin State Mr. has of
March 6.
Valentine spirit Is In Secretary of Sweazy one
the of artist
the who
ri story gave us The next day he died-lacking but (
Ing. The committees will be directed the In the ;
Baptist Brotherhood has been the largest Tabernacles cityof '
air. Young people and somer "The Last Judgment"--one of the twelve days of being 90 years old! ) : I
as follows: Publicity Arch engaged as the main speaker of Los Angeles. It Is hoped thata BETHEL
at this time moat famous paintings in the And there the Dome of St. "
| ones, too. are Thomas. Jr., Chairman; Entertainment the evening. A limited numberof large crowd will turn out to was By Mrs. D. I). Woodurd I Jill
world. This man was also an Peter's to show for It-one of the ,
king about hearts. The Bible Doris Crews, Chairman; Brotherhood members In other hear this man of God. t !it!
architect and he wanted to help most majestic sights In the world. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Roberson
deal about the human and Young People's Supper Committee Baptist churches are also being 1
i a great rebuild St. Peter's Cathedral in We should all grow as we get were week-end guests of Mr. and t ,1
Martile
Hemingway Chair- Invited to the occasion.On "j
BOATDRAINBy "
t. We talk about men being man. Plans call for Rome. older keep active keep doing Mrs. C. C. Norton. : ;
dhearted" or "kind hearted" a young peo Sunday morning, March 3, Mr. Z. Z. Griffin When he was 71, he achievedthe things get new Interests. They }1
ple's supper in the new church Miss Leafle Starling and Miss. 1 :
the pastor introduces the March amlbitlon of his life: he help to mental old ;'
prevent at (
(generous hearted" or "tenderted. annex to which sixty guests will Misses Gladys Lee and Leaffle age, Frances Grlffls were week-end l' If'
." According to the Bible be invited. Week of Prayer for Home Missions Starling of Bethel were visitingMrs. was then appointed chief architectfor least. For you are really old guests of Miss Gladys Lee of ',; ; : ;
the of St. Peter's.Remember when '
rebuilding
think and talk of what
e are just two hinds of hearts. The Student's League of Many speaking on "The Place of Z. Z. Grlffls Tuesday even- you Starke. ( :
he was 71. Most men have done of what :1"
you not
heart of the natural man Nations Is represented by sixteen: Missions In a New Testament you Mrs. R. E. Jones was visiting ; ,
ing.Miss think of retiring at that age; but are going to do.-Dale Carnelge.
fch: the Bible says is deceitful young men and women of many Church." The entire WMU and Katherine Galney spent Mrs. E. K. Lee Sunday afternoon. i .. '

Le all things and desperatelyed. nations of the world, all of whom auxiliaries are to sit In a group Tuesday night of last week with Miss Dorothy Lee and Miss \ :

"Desperately wicked"y appear dressed in costume to present for the occasion. At the evening her grandmother, Mrs. E. E. Lee RISING Louise Gllsson. were visiting Mis / : I,

means "incurably sick." InIr a program which starts at hour the pastor continues the of Bethel. By Mrs. II.: II. Lewis I Boy ScoutsTroop Gladys Lee Sunday. 11\I

words. the unregenerated 7:30: o'clock at the church. Ac- series of sermons on the "Seven Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre of __ I Ernest Harris and wife of the #

t; cannot be cured. It may cording to the way Interest in this Churches of Revelations" speak- Florahome were visiting in this Mr. and Mrs R. M Crosby and I State Farm were visiting his sister ,',"

? certain signs of generosity event is Increasing, seats will be ing on "The Dead, Satisfied section Sunday. family were visiting In Jacksonville 70, Boy Scouts of Mrs. Arnold Griffin.. recenUy. \

Indness or sympathy but It Is at a premium that night and Church" or "the church that Mrs. Maggie B, H. Green returned Sunday.Mr. America met Tuesday night In I Ernest Allen was the dinner '"l, ., ''f
1
elessly diseased. There Is no while all are cordially invited was dead and didn't care." An home Sunday after visit and Mrs. Everett Norman the Church School rooms of the guest of E. Z. Lee Sunday. (.'

Itual life in It. Men have those coming first will receive the unusually large crowd was in attendance ing her sister, Mrs. E. P. Johnsonof and family were visiting their First Methodist Church with the Miss Edna Gllason was the 4 '

led about the spark of divinity best places. This Is the second at the evening service Raiford.Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Scoutmaster, the Rev. Frank Rob dinner guest of Miss Dorothy Lee> ,

nan. There Is no spark of time in four years that this group last Sunday night, testifying to and Mrs. G. W. Harrell of Mrs. George Reddish of Hellbronn inson In charge. Assisting him Sunday. I j !:

nity in the unregenerated has been presented In Florida, and the interest created by these sermons Lake City have returned home I Springs Sunday afternoon. In the meeting weie the Rev Mrs. Ruthella Bowers was visit- '; ;j,

i. He Is dead In trespasses it affords an unusual opportunityfor and their modern application. after spendIng some time with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harrell of Charles Allen Assistant Scoutmaster Ing Miss Gladys Leo Tuesday. : I \ '

In sin so the Bible says. He all. There is no admission Evening services start their son-in-law and Hrooker were visiting Mrs. liar- Eagle Scout Frank Robinson Mrs. I. J. Priest Is spendingf; :\; '/

| do nothing for himself. He charge. promptly at 7:30: o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph daughtel"1 rell's patents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. III, Junior Awslntnat Scoutmaster several days with her daughter- P 'i

not even apprehend spiritual I Margaret Morrell Crosby, Saturday afternoon. Senior Patrol Lender in-law Mrs. Merthly Priest of ) '
The other heart the and danceat Eagle Scout Mike Dew, and SenIor Starke. ;
hgs. j peanut popping square
Raleigh Conner of Saxton was !
|l e speaks of l la the new heart Young People Conduct Mission Hall New River Friday night. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Connor -' Patrol Leader and Scribe Life Mrs. Joe Griffin of Clay County ) "

says He can take away the, Methodist Service And TabernacleWhen Edward Saxton of Hamptonwas Thursday. Scout George Flynn. The meet- was visiting her mother, Mrs.

Irt of stone and give man a visiting Harold Prevatt Sunday ing was opened by the pledge of Mann of Starke recently. "

|rt of flesh. When a sinner I Morning services of worshipwere are we free from the Misses Ruth Lewis and Catherine allegiance to the Flag und the Little Betty Gllsson is on the f '

nes to Jesus to be saved, he: Mis. Ida Chase was the week Cone of Jacksonville were Scout Oath and Laws. A short sick list and Wo wish her a- ,
held in the First Methodist law? This was the question under ,
visiting Mils Lewis' mother Mrs.
Is not really give Christ his end, guest of Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffla. talk waa given by the Scout speedy recovery.
Church last Sunday, conducted by discussion at the Mission Hall at Bert Shaw, Sunday.Mr. .
Irt. Christ does not want airt Mrs. Ada Kelly Mrs. Alice master concerning some of the Friends of Mrs. Mann will regret

that is deceitful above all the pastor, the Rev. Frank Rob- its regular Tuesday night Bible Reddish and son Joe and daughter and Mrs. R. Shulter of work of the troop both past and to learn of her Illness. J

Igs and incurably sick. A sln- inson. Melodious\ chime music Study this week. "Law and Blanche, of Raiford were Jacksonville were visiting Mr. futine. Mrs. Lilley Coleman Is very ill.

|cornea to Christ to get a new music called attention to the Grace" a chapter in the booklet visiting at the home of Mr and and Mrs. R. M. Crosby Friday. Following this opening ceremony -

rt. No man can give a poor, beginning of worship. This featureof the Word of Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin Sunday.Joe Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Morgan the Troop was divided Into VANDERBILT '
I sinner a new heart except our the service is heard each Sun- "Rightly Dividing Griffin of Clay County was were visiting relatives in Glen St.- Its several patrols for further ,

frd, Jesus Christ. The hope of' day morning from 10:43: : to 11:00: Truth." formed the basis of the working in this section Fridayand Mary Sunday.Mrs. I. study and work. Ily Miss Velnia Norman

I world is not in attempting to o'clock and Is managed by A. W. discussion. There have been sev- Saturday. Maude Proctor of Lake The two crows, (If the Sea Scout Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Normanand

human nature. The hope of Anderson Jr. Again in the afternoon eial new "students" at these Albert Griffin was a buslnexs Butler and Mrs. J. (0;. Norman of Patl'ol met together and completedtheir family were shopping in Jacksonville

world is In the power ofI1st I beginning at 5:30: o'clock studies recently. The more visitor to Gainesville last Mon Starke were visiting Mr. I K. C. apprentice tests Coxswain Saturday.

to produce new creatures. chime music Is furnished for the Christians who learn to study the day. Lewis Sunday. He has been 111 Ktiink Robinson Ill appeared nt Harold. Kugene and Clifford
the head of an old I benefit of the community. The Illondsworth all of Raiford.
am was Mrs. Walter Edmondxon of the Troop meeting In tho full were
latlon and in Adam all died.us pastor used as his theme for the I Bible In the right way, the more HAMPTON Theressa was visiting her won-ln- drrtm unltOi In of a Sell Scout visiting, thelr Krfiindporeats Mr.

| Is the head of a new crea- morning the subject "Living Intelligent and spiritual will the fly Miss Ada JVImmo law and daughter. Mr und Mrs., having passed Ids ie<|iilred tests and Mrs F. M. Norman over the

I. He imparts spiritual life. waters or a deceitful brook"The I church become. R R. Crosby, Sunday. for this rank lust week Others week-end.

gives eternal life to all who I' evening service conducted 1 "The law came by Moses, but Mrs. Ida Maxwell has ns her Misses Irene Lewis. Doris i 1 successfully passing the teats for Mm. Ii. N Denmark and little-

(:ppt Him. He gives men new lat 7:30: o'clock by the members grace and truth came by Jesus guests for the week-end her son SI rick Ian", Dot Crosby, Klnu:I the rank of Apprrnticn Sea Scout, son of Jacksonville are visiting ,

rts that are clean hearts that :i of the Intermediate Departmentof Christ," John 1:17.: Man under I W. M. Maxwell, and daughter. Conner and Luclle Crosby accompanied und thus earning trio privilege 01 Mr. end l Mrs. Russell Norman. 4

apprehend spiritual things.rts I the Young People's Division the bondage of the law is oppressed Mrs. J. W. Goodman of Jacksonville -I the Ilev. and 111'V.. H. wearing the uniform anti Insigniaof Mr. und! Mrs Levy Norman and l'
that make it possible for of Inspiration and wor- and, Mr. and Mrs. Turch family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.H. '
I was one by the terrors of judg- Hall of Green Cove Springs to the Sea Scouts, were Eagle: < In in the midst of all the chaos made a brief and of Jacksonville Andrews and of Rai
ship. The pastor ment. There Is no escape from daughter Valdosta, Git. Saturday where Scout KnoH!: hayes, Scout George family '

(this world to see God. "Blessed I I address on the seasonal observance -I the consequences of sin. Man Bench. they attended church and returned Powell and Life Scout Leonard ford Sunday afternoon.

the pure In heart for they of Lent. Young people taking has flattered himself down the Miss Virginia Lou Plckren of home Monday. Smith, of the Starboard Crew Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of

[ill dee God." I part on the program were: ages with the possibility of his JackHonvllle spent the weekendwith Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas under the command of Coxswain Jacksonville spent the week-end

Mike Dew. leader; MarjorIe Davis 1 I I redeeming himself by his own her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. were visiting relatives in this Frank Robinson Ill. In the Port here with Mrs. Johns' parents

'''he writer has often said the In the call to worship; Ida Lulu I[ wo1ks' Paul nays "By the deeds J. Pickren. section Sunday. Crew, directed by the Coxswain, Mr. and Mrs. Kllery Sapp.

uble with the world is not sins Davis leading the evening/ prayer; 1'of the law shall no flesh be justi- Miss Lena O. Dudley who Is Eagle: Scout Arch Thomas Jr., the Mlsif Lorena Rosier and nephew. '

sin. Man is a sinner by Grace Dew, a violin solo of one: fied." There has never lived the nursing In the Government Hospital following candidates were successful Jlmmle Lee, of Woodlawn were ''If

ure and a sinner by choice. arrangement of Ava Marie; a talk man who has kept the whole law i at Columbia. S. C., was the THERESSA In panning their tests. Cox visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman -

le natural man loves sin. Thereall by Virginia Sewell: the Old Te ta- of God except our Lord Jesus. guest of Rev. James T. Guy and By Mr. A. L. SullivanMr. swain Eagle Scout Arch Thomas and family Monday.Mr. .

kinds of branches thatw ment reading by Frank Robinson Christ. The whole law of God Is family this week. and Mrs. John Adkins and Jr, Eagle! Scout Sonny HayneM..., and Mrs. Russell Norman

on the tree of sin. Some Ill and the New Testament read expressed In the words of Jesus. The Rev. C. A. Warren will two little daughters of Jacksonville Star Scout Lester McMillan were visiting In Jacksonville last

these branches are more ing by Lyle Anderson; vocal solo' "Thou shalt love the Lord thy preach at the Baptist Church next visited Mrs. Adklns' parents Eagle Scout Buddy Duvla, and Saturday.

eous than others but they all rendered by Garnita Hutto; a God with all thy heart with all Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindle Sun. Star Scout Billy Leo. Lucian Alvarez of Starke, spent

connected with the same tree special choral selection by the thy soul with all thy strength, Mrs. E. C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Projects In the Hut, Mohican, the week-end with his mother,
he tree of sin. The branches of the Young People's mind and "thou Bobby Johns and J. C. Wynn all day.Mr. Mrs. Sarah Alvarez.
members I I and with all thy ; and Leon TomJliiHon of Panther, and Wolf patrols consist -
Mrs.
pride and selfish ambition are being of Center Hill spent the weekendwith Mm. J. W Knight and little
choir; the offertory prayer I I shalt love thy neighbor as thy Starke visited Mrs. Tomllnsont of a kite building and flying
times very flourishing\ at- given by Arline Dew; evening offering self upon these two hang all the friends and relatives here. and Mrs. R. M Her- contest to be held early in March. daughter, Sandra, have returnedto 4.
ctlve limbs. The branches of being receIved by Steve I law and prophets." Mrs. J. N. Ford of Tampa was parents, Mr. Each patrol Is building a patrol Jacksonville after visiting her I

honesty, and lust and murder and Comer Perryman; a'' called to the bedside of her father, sey, Sunday.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor
Weldon Only by the grace of God can and Mrs. Thornton Johns kite and Individual kites and the
hideous crooked, unattractive poem read by Patsy Keen; and a i be freed from his sins. W N. Brown this week. boys will vie with one another In
man of weievisiting man.Levy
a and children Hampton
bs but Mr. and Mrs. Perry of Jennings. Norman of this section
all of these branches rendered by Billy
solo contest of and Individual
piano I When Jesus Christ died I on relatives here Sunday. a group flying
ong to the same tree. In the Smith. The fourth Sunday even-I He "blotted out the and Mrs. Raiford of Raiford and James flying. Prizes will be was In Sampson City on business
the cross W. %V. Fuckham
ht of God sin Is sin. His holy! Ing each month usually is devoted | handwriting of ordinances which visited Miss Ophelia Bryant last Trlest were transacting business awarded the winning individual Monday moi'ning.

's never looked upon sin with to this service of worship conducted 1 were against us, which were con I Satu"relay. In Jacksonville Tuesday. and patrol. Camping plans are
least degree of allowance. His the people. I I and details of GUM BRANCH
under
by young
trary to UB nailing them to the Mrs. Thomas brown and little getting way
Iy Book teaches that If anyn Prayer meeting was conducted cross." Col. 2:14.: PINE LEVEL son, Frank, of Hampton visited date and place will be worked out fly Mint Elizabeth': Ilarnage j)
offended In one point that A. Mrs. II. 91. McIUe later.Lelillers' .
Wednesday night by Mrs By at patrol leaders'' meetings
will be continued relatives here Sunday.Mr.
-violates one law or sins This study Mr, and Mrs. Beckan and child. .
Wood. This service Is held each under the direction of and Airs. C. Bulllvun were meetings for these
"inst God In one particular next week The farmers here are busy plant- aft ren of Jacksonville were visitingMr.
from held' each Monday
evening patrols lire
it week on Wednesday Mr. Gomes. fishing at Brooklyn Lake Saturday and Mrs T. N. Norman re
man i la guilty of breaking the 7:30 until 8 o'clock. Ing their spring: crops.' ernoon at 3:15: at the )Manse directed .
v of Mrs. W. II. Young was visiting '
God and over his head TABERNACLE: the Assistant Scout. cently.
nss the awful penalty the Next Sunday morning the pastor -,' Mrs. H. M. McRae Monday after A. L. Sullivan was a visitor to by Mrs. Felix Sapp was visiting ,
a mes-
Last Friday night good master.
gee of sin Is death. The confluences will administer the Sacramentof I' Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. her sister Mrs J. F. Shaw of the
of one sin as far a. the Lord's Supper, using the sage was delivered and the pro- noon.Leslie Fountain and Herbert and Mrs. II. D. May were Renewed interest was awakenedat State Farm Friday afternoon.
of local
s world is concerned may be full ritual of the Methodist gram was In charge and the Alvarez of Penney Farms spent visitors to Jacksonville Saturdayand 'I the meeting by the announcement Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and

ater than> the ofno Church. The evening hour will group. Next Friday Sunday the week-end here with relativesand while there went to see the that lumber for erecting children of Pine Level were the

other sin consequences but as far as be In charge of the pastor who nights the services Gomes.will be In friends. picture "Gone With The Wind." 'I I four Scout huts and one land ship guests of..!, A. Harnage and family ,

mal will bring a message at that time charge of Mr. Friday Mrs. Belle Yeoman of Seavllle Miss Ruth Zeigler was visiting was promised for delivery within Sunday. :
:! consequences are con- of he will use as his subject. the few The boys are
observance night Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. next days.
In keeping with the Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. relatives In Rev. H. M. Tillman of Jacksonville '
the. Lenten season. "Fools In the Bible. Sunday Hall. and Mrs J. A. Milliken and I anxious to have these huts ready spent Sunday night with
night the subject will be, "Abom- children of Ocala, visited Mrs. '' for use within the next few weeksin
J. R. Hall of Daytona Is spending 'I Mr., and Mrs T. N. Norman.
HERE TO cerned all sins are the same In inations." : a few days here with his Mllllken's parents Mr. and Mrs. order to get the ',groune"I '- Shirley Ann and Gene Shaw of

THEIR HEALTH the sight of God. The biggest sin family. A. 'L. Sullivan Sunday.Mr. I around the huts prepared for the State Farm spent Friday
can commit Is to violate STILL OWE: FOB ROADS W. W. Packham beautification. Work will be resumed -
that man Miss Vesta ]McRae\ of Starke and Mrs. night with Mr. and Mrs. FelixSapp. '
Supreme Milk tc Cream the greatest law which says. Tallahassee Florida counties spent Saturday night with her Miss Hazel Packham. George and I shortly on the totem role .

one 174 For Delivery "Thou Shalt love the Lord God still owe up to 1220,771,000 for parents Mr. and )'Ir.. H. M. ]Mc\ Murrel Packham, Mr. and Mrs. project so that these may also be Miss Dorthea Norman spent
with all thy soul. with all thy .;. S. Sibley and little daughter, erected on the Scout lot. with Miss Odessa
con- night
and bridges they Monday
Indlgention !'. practically on- all thy strength. Men roads Rae.Mr. additional! adult leader,
mind. with more than a decade ago. and Mr. B. M. McRae and Ruth and Frank Kelsay were With an McRae of Pine Level. ,
structed
own In New Zealand All to even- the formation
Palatka Saturday
not visitors to
do go relatives In Hazel of Starke was
Board of Administration children were visiting Miss Sapp
a high average of dairy murderers and adulterers. The State older of the
the
Patrol for boys
4hict are thieves ias report for the fiscal year Gum Branch Sunday.Mr. Ing.Mr. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. .
They commit these and Mrs., C. Sullivan were, Troop and Ihe contemplation. of ?
; Sept. 30, 1939. shows the and Mrs. J. L. Underhlll ''I 8. Sapp Monday. ,
eMCj health In bottles and are ending ,
comes are sinners erection of the huts the Interest
they visitors to Starke Saturday. early
because of highway bondsto Arthur McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Mix Audrey Norman has returned -
"n i the bottle are filled with to hell. Men go to unpaid principal all to see 'I In the Troop has reached
: on their way 123637000. Interest to H. ?of. McRae attended the funeralof Our farmers are glad i home after spending a few'days
K Jesus be I
milk nutrl-
rich pure- hell because they reject the Issues would cost the Infant daughter of Mr. and these sunny days and are busy a new high and more progress,' In Canal Point with ;el-
II". Lots of It mean. good Christ. who Is the only one who maturity on at the Dyal I getting the land ready for an I among the members In expectedIn
but this amount may Mas.: J. C. Sapp atives.
"ily health. We ilelhrr promptery -II able to save unto the utter- 103000000. the future than has been shown '
Is lessened by early retirement of Cemetery Monday. \ early crop.Friends H. M. McRae and J. R. Hall of
"' morning. The BEST who come to God by be who has In the |
t most all of the bonds. Counties have MlHH Dorothea Norman of Gum of D.V. Moore past.Coetinued Pine Level were visiting J. A. .
NO some
MOKE. Let I'S supply Him. night with been 111 for several week will be cooperation among
afternoon.
Monday /
e In ] about $45,000.000 due from gasoline Branch spent Harnage Monday ,
ST. for application on Miss Odessa McRae.Mr. glad to know he Is able to go the people> of the community renewed

PETERSON'S I \Ve will pY :3nt per pound road tax revenue debt. The 1939 Legislature !! and Mrs. O. W Boan of and help with his store and fill- efforts on the part of the I of this outstanding and noted '

HEALTH BUILDERS I for boiled cotton rags! meeting oar, the laws to Rive them ad- Sampson City were visiting the Ing' station again.H. parents and a whole-hearted, Troop of Boy Scouts of Starke. J

one 174 Chocolate Drink s.pprot.1. No buttons or old passed money. but Governor bedsldo of their little grandson D. May was a business spirit of Boosting Is earnestly requested -' Help Boost Scouting In every way 4
Bradford County Tele- ditional gas visitor to Gainesville Monday by the leaders In charge possible. '
EMAND pin*. Ronald Jackson Saturday.
our Grocers MILK & Cr*'amt I, graph. Cone vetoed the plan. ,'






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jljl jl, rAGE EIGHT m::. For.D COUNT* rEUECJKArn. STARKE. FLOIUDA 1"mu.U-, J.URCH ,-'. ,,

I
i is not at all bright. The McNutt flurry FULLER WARREN Census Job Applications Free Hog Serum
The Bradford Telegraph RusseliKay
County seems to have about blown over. Garner i ATTACKS 'BOND SHARKS'
Persons seeking employment as County Agent T
F.MtabU..Jwod 1817 would rally considerable "conservative" .. j 1\ Act!
support --- -- -- of
(Continued from Page One) enumerators in the census population has been notified th.i.

but is not warmly regarded by the TOO LATE Ing old age pensions, and guaranteeing agriculture and housing, Monday March 4, free hllr Of gb

au..U.*hed! Weekly on Fridays anil Entered nn Second strong New Dealers. Secretary of State that every qualified person are reminded that applicationsmust serum will again be dlMtrlb
TO CLASSIFY
: CIusu Mattfr at the Post Office at Stark. Fla. gets a pension. Another 5000. be on file with the District owners of livestock by Z t?(
Hull would have the best chance of
likely Box 372, Lake City Livestock @
Supervisor
.
c- -- Pensacola, Floridians who 000 should be added to our school Sanitary Board
cementing together the warring wings of Fla. March 6. Application
AAEABER.Ria haven't visited Penaacola during teacher salaries and bring them by

the party, but because of his job he has had the past few years should do so. up to a livable standard. Other blanks may be obtained by writing Births This Week!
> \PRESS AssooAncw \ this address.
: l little to do with domestic questions for the They will be amazed at the devel- millions should be devoted to en-
Mr.
opment. I hadn't been out here larging the state Institutions for and Mrs. William

.:....- li past eight years, and his stand on many big since the Press Association met the insane, feeble-minded. and Special Services Cooper Starke boy. r"

i issues of the day is not known. i in Penaacola a little over two tubercular. We should Increasethe 21. "
: E. l. Matthew .________ Editor and Owner Lake
Baptist
amount of we upend Where-Kingsley
L ------. --- ------- .- On the Republican side Tom years ago. money
-
young for public health In Florida Church. Discount Period
SUBSCRIPTION UATK j The town Is livelier and peppier End
Dewey has started his campaign in earnest. last year it was only $750,000 When-First' Sunday and Fri
than ever, with much new construction -
? Yearly, 91.50; Six Months, 7 Itoyable in Advance Strongly in his favor are his voice and radio in'evldence. New Indus- and, especially, provide medical day night preceding 3rd Sunday. The end of February n,,

Advertising Rates on Application attention for expectant mothers In What time- 1st Sunday at 11:00: the close of all dixcounts ,
-
personality. Against him is the fact that tries everywhere and the changeat '
-- the Naval Air Training Station rural areas. o'clock; Friday night at 8:00: on county and city taxes jj
men high in Republican councils would now on, the gross lij
pre- ts almost unbelievable.I I "We should also examine closely o'clock. amount i
Approach of Spring Holds No Joy fer someone older and with a longer and Taxes become delinquent on j
came over here to attend the I into the expenditures of the various The Rev. H. M. Tlllman pastorof let.

For Small Nations of Europe more varied record in public office. Thus State Convention of Young Democrats divisions of our government the Church, Is to deliver the

War might not come to the little far, the political experts say he has been no and while they say there and demand rigid economy In the sermons. Fewer. \Vonln--More Senll,,!'

-J European neutrals-but its shadow grows are approximately 300 delegateson administration of State affairs. I
whirlwind in whipping up general enthu- Everybody would be much]
to that
hand it appeared me i To Start New HomeThe
deeper and longer. The action of Britian am convinced that a million dollars ter off If lawyers, drawing
siasm the
t for cause of the G. O. P., but he they are actually outnumbered by I ?),

in seizing English prisoners from a German has done better than anyone else. candidates, with almost as many'. or more can be saved, with- contract has been let and gal documents, would elia'
73 of the
ship anchored far inside Norwegian territorial OLD democrats as YOUNG ones out crippling any department, if construction will likely git under percent words I
L' Senator Vandenberg is definitely after not the radical, crack-pot
in attendance. I this I Is done. The cost of operating way next week on a two-story
i waters has thrown a bad scare into all the nomination and he has the mendatlon of some disg
advantage I also came to the meeting hoping fame house to be built for K. G.
has 122
our state jumped per- layman who's Just had
small nations for they know that this is just of years in the U. S. Senate, plus an established to get the "low down" on the' cent In the past six years, and I Duncan on his Walnut Street mons slapped on him. Instead a

the sort of thing that could turn them into present standing of candidates in
political machine. But he like idea comes from
an- ; blame this unreasonable Increaseon property. Ben Hall has the con- Charts

battlegrounds. England's action was clearly other contender-Senator Taft-lacks color I but the gubernatorial It's still mighty and senate hard races to, nothing more than lax administrative tract, and the home will be of Beardsley president of the

_ illegal under international law, but in and the personal magnetism which in this figure out. From Information! methods," Mr. War- colonial design.Kingsley lean. Bar Association.A .

modern warfare laws and treaties have more given me by and ; lot of legal documents
day of radio has become one of the most important newspapermen ren declared.
fallen to the status of worthless officials In West Florida Lake Baptist make sense to anybody, not
and more political assets. it appears that Holland counues'l: Discussing his program to keep to the lawyers who draft I

"scraps of paper." At the moment, these three men lead hair are out In 'front cows and other livestock off the Services will be held in the They include a lot of phrase\ ?

War-wise experts look forward to spring the Republican field, with all other prospectsfar territory as a whole with Paty highways, Mr. Warren pointedout Kingsley Lake Missionary Bap- words that have accumulate
and Fuller Warren the next two that 50 persons were killed in tist Church on March 3 at 11:00: aura of tradition and have Iw
with ominous expectations. With the first behind. But here, as in the case of the In line. 1939 as a result of car-livestock o'clock. The Rev. H. M. Tlllman, meaning.

: break in winter will]] come good flying Democratic party, anything can happen., As this Is written. reports are collisions. "We should save these pastor of the Church will deliver People who run into leg

J weather and then, it is felt, will) begin Germany's There is possibility that a deadlock might current that Dave Sholtz who recently -: lives and farmers should save the sermon. Everybody Is pers sometimes in their I Ii
their cattle, by making such accidents Invited to attend.Townsend .
and most folks do-would h
great bid for victory. Air attacks of result in the Republican convention and lead ning for gave the up United the Idea States of Sen-run- Impossible. I hope our pier If they could read the

unprecedented fury are looked for on Allied to the' nomination of next legislature, perhaps with
some extremely dark: ate, has Just about decided to Club Meeting ments. MI' Beardsley would

ships, coastal points, and industrial centers. horse. jump into the Governor's race,, Federal aid can join me in solving attorneys prepare papers !so

and if he does he'll the this problem without adding The Townsend Club of Starke can be read Intelligently. .
e Allies will doubtless respond in kind, and the Recent polls indicate that muddy up
the Democratic "
-- new burdens on our farmers, he will
waters to where it will take a meet Monday night at 7:30: can be just as legal if they
most potentially destructive war in history still has the in concluded. o'clock'in the courthouse.
party edge popular fancy WPA project to clearify them. At less legalistic.-Palm Beach

will enter a decisive phase. and that President Roosevelt is definitelythe this time former, Sholtz men are

I Many unfortunate people of the world most popular candidate in spite of the pretty well divided between I

I face Spring 1940 with fear and trembling, Instead third-term tradition. It is a muddled picture and Francis If Dave Whitebait comes and in it B.will F. Paty leave, IIUpOLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 1Fur

of with the spirit of joyousness and but this atmosphere of uncertaintyand some of them In an embarrassing 1 Circuit Ju.l5..
For Supervisor Healntrstlon For School Board-Dint. I
'
t hope that is customarily associated with this speculation;; is the very thing that adds position. I announce my candidacy for I wish to announce my candidacy If elected School Board "iw.
In the Senate race, Charlie Circuit Judge (Jf the Eighth Judicial fur the office of Supervisor of from District Three I wilt
season. interest and fascination to the (Circuit of Florida. In Oroup one,
great game Registration of Bradford County charge my duty to the very l -]
Andrews seems to be in the num- and ..ollt'lt the support of all democratic -
I ; subject to the will of the voters In my ability not belnoswa>' di(>
-O- of politics. electors, In the 1940 primary.D. the Democratic ,
ber one snot with Fred Cone closeon Primary of May fro for the unmerited benfi
: 13. KNIC1HT. 1940. I feel that I Ji but 41. ,
One Drink Sometimes !Makes am capable any person w stand tir<
his heels and Carter
O Jerry carrying out the duties of this office for an economical buglne-
I A "Cock-eyed" Motorist Let Accident third. In spite of the general belief For Circuit Judge and promise to serve the people administration. I will sin"
Victims Alone
to the best of my ability. Your make Bradford County nutetan
that Fred's health and
age vote and support. will be sincerely In educational work and Will
A motorist be made "cock-eyed" by
can Is Advice of Doctor
would be .
against him. the old boy appreciated. predate your support.
a single drink of liquor and yet be perfectly Never rush a person injured in an auto- certainly has covered a lot of J. F. Klckllter. O. C KrJ

sober when examined by a physician, a bulletin mobile accident to the hospital in an ordinarycar ground In the past few weeks and I I For "Mirrlir' For County Conimls.loner-Dhi

published by the Better Vision Institute still packs a mean "bellow." Ilia' i 1 : ::; ,.i-.iV I wish to announce my candidacy I wish to announce that Ii
but call a doctor and wait for the ambu- Cracker friends are still loyal and : for sheriff of Bradford County sub candidate for member of the t
)ject to the Democratic
primary to
_, i recently asserted.It lance, is the advice of Dr. Frederick A. Collier at the present writing he seemsto be held May 7, 1IMO If elected I of trlct. County Two Commissioners subject to will from of I Iocratlo

seems that thousands of automobile be the man that Andrews has will dlHchaige the duties of the office voter of Bradford Coif .
Director of the
Department Surgeryat beat. V to the best of my knowledge elected. I will strive. tain

drivers have eyes that fatigue from long the University of Michigan an article to In spite of the, bestowal of Dr. the and .ability vote. and and support I earnestly of all solicit thevnt..r. a fair ahiiityI and Impartial offer service my rcorc Amy

I driving, and when fatigued they tend to turn published in "Public Safety." He contends Townsend's blessing upon genial of Diadfoid. County. Yoursrespectfully. councilman W. M.of'(the MITCH City). of J r'\H"fa'%

in or out, instead of pointing straight as they that countless lives could be saved every Jerry Carter. Townsendites are --- M. L. JOHNS.
pretty well divided and no one -;: ,.;.--." For ('..unt,.. Commissioner'
do when not tired. The
normally For
: images on year, if accident victims were covered to ItryreMrnlallte At the request. of a few t!
can say at the moment which of ta'I.h to announce my candi friends I again offer myself
such over-worked eyes are indistinct and keep them warm and then allowed to lie by the three leading contenders will dacy for lleprenentHtlve. to the candidate for County Commix

F blurred, and the ability to judge distances is the side of the road until medical aid poll the bulk of the old folks,, State County Legislature If elected.from, I promise Urndford to that from I will District give Two you,the pledging hvxr ,.

L: impaired. If an automobile driver with eyes arrived. vote. At best It will be split, for guard this I the county interest and i will,f the taxpayersof I that I can possibly render It
oppose any Ing for and fir >Ir'
each man seems to have a ,I bill you past
good I that temlK to Increase taxes. Iant
; in thIs tired condition takes drink ;r port tam.
; single
a The only exception is when a major following among the Townsend I against the :N'o. Fence BIII'J 100 Respectfully,

of liquor, he may suffer great impairment of artery i is severed Doctor Collier says. Then crowd from those who will not 'I percent.provide. adequate I will Introduce pensions a fur bill the to oo L. I. '

themselves to be led, ."-. .Iy ot this state, and to eliminate
vision to the permit -
extent of
frequently seeing
a tourniquet should be applied, but the ". ..d tnpe." I will oppose. any .
around or "sold In bulk' by Doctor -] bill that facom" For ( onnly ComnilMMlotipr-I'1'
blurred double images. While he may be patient should still not be moved until a Townsend or anybody else tion or Interest a over pilvate the corpora common I hereby announce myselfdldate I
il'
perfectly sober in other respect and doctor I people I know what the people of from District for County, Three. Comi" /5.>
every arrives. The shock produced by While various 0 r gunlzatlon this county want and I will serve (SoUl) :
-- '
to action
subject
would the ordinary tests for intoxica- leaders bntist of their t them' to t the best of my ability for lOt the V 'Ifthe
pass moving may be fatal, and where broken may ability the K'X'd of the county, and not for Democratic Primary ot >
To I lie.tet'a of the I Eighth:
tion given by physicians from visual to "deliver'1 this or that block cial .,. JuU-1 the advancement. of myself politically 1940. I am In favor of better
still a bones are involved' splintered fragments 'limit. I nm a ( for our county and If elnrf
vote, Townaendite. Union or any I, (Mi-cult Judge. of the Eighth Jutlt- or financially Your vote and work for the good ot 0111"-<
- ; standpoint, he would be "cock-eyed, says rubbed together may cause infection and other the fact Btlll remains that ol 10.1> Circuit to succeed. Judge A. Z. ate support, will be sincerely: apprttcl- at all times

the institution. In that condition he be- death. members of such groups are not 'I \Ailkin...IH. and 1 Hiipport nhiill appreciate your I UAT..PH At-VAnKZ.: J. L T|

comes unknowingly a menace on the road. Though it sounds inhumane not to rush content to blindly follow their I I MKMtV. I... Flot ORAVtlainesvllle. 'Ida For Con it lanrior. and .n. utirnvifltno* _niimhrof ._ ____ I I wish to At the request of many ol'
--' -- --- '
-- n announce that I
In view of these facts it will)] behoove am a
an accident victim to the nearest hospital. them will vote as their own candidate for the office of County friends I hereby announce mj
For (lerk dldacy for County Commission:
I at the Circuit Court Commissioner from District
those who value their lives to be a little"choosy" Doctor Collier explains that in most cases, a conscience dictates after they To the people of Frndford l County: earnestly solicit the support Five.of thevot..r. I district number one, Lawty. ',
have looked over the entire field Sincerely trusting- that I be .. ject to the will of the Dcmi
in selecting the drivers of their I may
badly injured person suffers no great pain.If and determined which candidate I permitted to continue to nerve you M. O. HARRELL. voters of the district. I feel
a* your Clerk of the Circuit Court. my past experience well flUlme -
I* cars. necessary, broken arms and legs may be their better judgment tells them I announce my candidacy, for this to perform the duties ul
j office subject. to the next Democra For County Judge office satisfactorily. Thanklnr
-O- gently straightened and lashed to improvised is most entitled to their support. tic Primary. I appreciate the kindness T am a citizen of Starke and for past and future support, I
The National Political Scene Several new so-called State- and confidence .hown me by; Bradford County and have qualified Respectfully.
I splints, dressings applied to bad wounds, wide Polls In and all of our people and In return to seek the office of County Judge J. .f. I:()
I More Muddled Than Usual This Year are circulation have rendered and for so long as- of Bradford County, and If elected
bleeding stopped, and, if the victim is unconscious they' are at such variance and so I hold offk will continue toi'eider by the good people nf my county For County (Commissioner"

II It was pointed out recently that this is the head should be turned to one obviously promotions or propaganda In my ,power.every service Your assistance and. courtesy will my I will ability.serve them to the best oi i for I the hereby office announce of my ,,Cow,"". '

one of the few general election years since side to avoid inhalation of secretions. But that nobody but the dumb- l h. "1'1"'ecla to'lt. DOM L. HOOVER sloner District Number County Fourprl..lnll'
est politician pays the sllghtent A. J. THOMAS the votingprei'ln'
the Civil War in which the public hasn't had that is the extent of aid an inexperiencedperson attention to them. One will showa | For County JudureKlfht Oraham.. Hampton and Thor:

I a pretty sound idea of who the presidential should give. certain candidate at the top of I hereby For County 1'., Collector. years ago the good people faithful If elected and I promise economical an! 'h.d'

candidates would be. Generally, in the past As a final warning, Doctor Collier explains -I the list with odd of 2 to 1, and nf to Ilrndford succeed. myself announce. as my Tax candidacy Collector of be County Bradford Judge County and elected for me seven to ration The vote of said and office.support' 0''

the country has known long in advance who the next encountered will show Democratic$ primary County to subject he held to. the yearn 1 have served them In an ef- Democratic voter are <*"
that it is exceedingly rare when timeis the May ficient And satisfactory manner, sol tvi
same candidate at the bottom 7th., 1940. 1 have tried to tender. and at the led.'F.
the White House contenders would be. The an important factor in accident cases, anda with odds at 100 to 1. None I service you. faithful... your ho next Tax, and efficient office at an same extremely time operated low cost the to C C1IAST'For
Collector I the tax
:: nominations of Hoover, Wilson, Hughes, thousand lives can be saved by waiting for agree and as one newspaperman earnestly solicit your support and hesitation payer I hereby Therefore announce, without for County !School! Superlsiri'
aptly puts It. "They are just as If elected again. I shall continue re-election as County I hereby announce my cand
I and
Judge
Franklin Roosevelt, Al Smith, and others proper and skillful medical aid to every.one helpful to the guy seeking unbiased I In have render In you Ihe the.t.same service a* ask-for your support and vote. for Public the office. of Superlntend'H]
pa K.!: K. Instruction of V"
were practically dead certainties i I many saved Information C. FERRYMAN. County Judge .. 01
by speeding injured persons to hospitals as are the A. KNIGhT County .Uh1- <
months before conventions were called to in ordinary automobiles. telegraph" 'poles' along the high 'I',, 'Fil I': tOrKIIH;:; -OP lilt I For School. Hoard-Dint :3 election on electors May 7, 1940.In the;If P".1->"

. ;, order. The single recent exception to this .v.... way. 01'1'I I tlFOItl I> didate hereby for announce re-election myself from a School can to the this people Important of this office. I pl i4t-'l
HKHKIIV county
Anyhow, folk. I make no' lidac for announce my can- Board District N.,. 3 subject. to the .sane and sound admlnlKtratl1"
rule was when dark horses Cox and Harding ? Tax Collector
Knowledge of of Brad action of
Marketing Problems claims as a prognosticator allI ford County I have voters at the Primary the duties Involved Your voif

L opposed each other.Invariably Needed By Farmers know Is what I hear and all I t\ny people office of within the rift never of held the to May continue 7. 1940.a fair If elected conscientious I promise and active support. will be srreatttpredated.
this .
about this tell you Is what I have Mt in elected County I> .tor. If equitable administration of this of DR. W. E. M1DPIKFor >
time. the rumor Some time ago a high school class in of Information the ",,"rten"I.. will and faithful FIve. you efficient,' flu, to the best of my ability. -
way after I've discounted service In
goes around that some vague and immensely farming this office. Respectfully ....
a community was asked to write that about ninety percent. E. J. LEWIS. ( .ty !Superintend'1After !

- powerful political bosses hold the key to the essays on various farming problems. One 1 N, t,Sincerely. WAl.N VVHKIHT., JIl. many friends moving throughout back the honK'"

puzzle and will put their candidates over boy wrote in part: "Two things are neces- Marine Enlistment For County-T., Assessor For I hereby c......"announce(' ....... ..._DlMt. 3 have persuaded of me Public to run In, *"fperlntendent .*.<

with ease when the right time comes. How- sary to help farmers. First Applications for enlistment In for I hereby announce my candidacy didate for County Commissioner myself a can i for Bradford County I her Wnounce .
need "
they better re-election District my candidacy for th
to number
the the three,
ever if there is any truth in this legend in organization second Marine Corps will be accepted Assessor of TalC.... office of solicit your vote and and support earnestly, 'fcf Superintendent of PubWstructfon
;
they need during March from With pro for Count
more young men be- my experience and the mising. If .elected to discharge Bradford
re-
1940, every political observer in the country education about marketing problems." tween the ages of 18 and 25 years. during units In my the present way of tax reduction duties economical of laid and office In a fair the sect I promise.to the If primaries elected a In fair.Myr".

lisa been fooled. Both parties are divided That is as true as it is simple-and it The necessary blanks may be obtained the I feel no hesitancy administration In asking for nero Thanking you business-like for your assis man Istratlon.economical I and. businesslike snllrlt 5>*'
continued
from the support of the tance, I am. earnestly
within themselves to an abnormal degree applies to all branches of agriculture. Farmers Station. Marine Recruiting If re-elected 1 promise. four voters.more Yours respectfully Vote and support.
Post Office years rorr
of E. n.
and the ranks of both Building. courteous and efficient It. U LEE.
are literally alive with who scientifically develoo and serve. mar Savannah. Ga. service. -
I "favorite "self '- ----- Thanking you most sincerely for For MchMl. !." I iI 'J
B ard
sons, starters" and others kets, and who are represented by well-fin your vote and support I am I wish For School Board_Dlst. 3 hereby announce m"d'- '> '

who are itching take the oath of office anced efficiently Town Team Wins yours respectfully, be a candidate to announce for the that office I will I for member of J
managed of
and loyally K. W. HAYES. DI..trlct No, ...ubjf'C1th"
sup. Bchool....._.... "uard.Member from .1..._Lawtey..._.___
from Chief Justice Hughes in 1941. ported marketing The .n...-. District ---- .. .lit.. _ft'. ...n .u.... .In.. .h'-- ,
organizations are, in the Starke independent basketball For Sheriff Bradford {Count ham Rrooker rumpriBinaHampton and Ura- mary election of May 7, Itj''
In the camp of the Democratic party, long run prosperous and progressive farm team defeated Lake City 49- I To hereby the voters of Bradford County: elected I will perform New my River.duties If I of will all work for the countv.. ''1
announce In schools In the
of course, everything hinges on what the ers. They will face fewer periods of 42 In a good game at the Armory date for re-election myself to the office a candi-of my a time business-like and energy manner to and the give vote and support will w
crisis here
President decides to do. If he seeks the than other Tuesday night High scorers Sheriff, and I promise If nominated to and reelected ing-building of our schools' always up us predated .
disorganized for the continue economy where
farmers-and locals my ne.pectfujly
in were Manassa efforts economy should "1fIJI
to give a clean be used. S.
nomination even his bitterest enemies gen- good times 14, and Harden honest< progressive. Thanking. you In advance
and bad they will earn a better 13. A return Impartial and fearless adrnlnl.tratlon for your support I am .sincerely
erally concede the fact that he will get it. livelihood. :Marketing[ game will be played in Lake City law. I earnestly and enforcement solicit of the FRANK T. ABCKNATHY. For State !"en....".r "
1 cooperation your To the
simply sup Democratic
Wednesday port.
Working on the assumption which'many do night. Union
and
Bradford 'Olin
means putting agriculture A. O. For !'rlti nol Hoard a!
ANDREU.
on a business I II"
I hereby hereby announce for
that Roosevelt does not plan to run again basis, which eliminates Services for nomination ann as unce my candidacy of State Senator, siibjccprimaries ) '
At a member of 1'"
hit-and-miss the
and is meth- Beulah Far Superlaur School Hoard of May 1910. It l '
keeping silent only because he wantsto ods of lleglstriitlou from OUtrlct Two I shall 10
and so far subject to the work for an Increi"
as I will of
pick his successor, the outlook for the the producer possible guarantees that Services will be held at Bulah of Supervisor am a candidate of Registration for the office of cratic voters In the Primary the Demo BI..etlon aae crippled assistance and ,for for the b \
will have a profitable Church Sunday Bradford< County Florida May 7. If elected I will dill orphan'Cooperate ,'
market morning at subject p",1.
11 0'- to gentlyi with
rty producing a solidly.backed candidate the Democratic work for better. you "
for what he clock Primary and Bradford guard allYour
raises. and dinner will be served spectfully solicit re- County schools. Your vote and your Interest at 1
sup.
your vote .
on the and port appreciated. vote and .npprt"hllhly
grounds. support.
appreciated.Sincerely.
-i- JAMK.S Respectfully.
F. IIOWNGsWoj yours, ..
8. .
E SPARKS DREW H P1'r '


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