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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 8, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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,MB SIXTY-TWO STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MtRCII 8, 1940 NUM11KR NINKTHEXnstration :



Car Two Lands InjuredWalker In Creek-; I Berry SeasonTo Pulp Wood Becomes 'Big Business' ill ;;)




[This County sonville and G. Jordan 35. of Jack- Open Up ..,. .... '
a companion Archie --- :- "111 61 Carloads
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Knowles 25
of Green Cove ? '
., ':' : :Kwa': ::: I toT
Springs, were Injured when their -l-- ." : ., rig

y Reach 4,000I automobile Into Wateroak ran off Branch the highwayand about Around April 1st. .;..':. ..J.: ", ,' ''A Leave County

I To Remain four miles north of here on Road
13 early Thursday night of last Plant City Season .'
Open In Courthouse week. Described! As Worst Every \WeekNew

Through April 20 Jordan, driver of the car, wall I I Ever Experienced

taken to Riverside Hospital I In! 1

istratlon In Bradford County Jacksonville, suffering from aj i Strawberry plants In Bradford Industry Has

ready reached the highestin broken ankle and possible internal 'County were described this weekas Reached $100,000 i'
[ history with the possibl- Injuries. Knowles sustained minor
Per Year Class Here ,"
being "as full as ,
they can
mark might bed
bat the 4,000 bruises and nerve shock.
before the books close In stick" of bloom and young fruit,
According to eyewitnesses, the With 1,016 native pine trees ,
ourthouse here! after April pair were driving south on Road I and It Is, predicted that the sea- "biting the dust" every hour of ,

13 when their automobile side- son will be off to a whirlwind the working day for the past six, ".
Ipervisor of Registration N. swiped a large truck, careened start about the first of April or months, shipping timber to the '

Jainwiight announced yester- against a concrete bridge abutt- the last few days In March. i-M A, t M 4irh1A,4u146'Snfi'a.! ttir..MRS wM hungry pulp wood mills of Florida'I' I

that 338 new voters regtst- ment and hurtled Into the branch.A (Please don't anyone mention another has grown into a $100,000 [
books were In the Pictured above Is one of the S. A, L.'s lumbering flat cars loaded with its heavy burden of pulp peryear #
whlle the DeWItt C Jones ambulance freeze. In case of a tragedy industry In Bradford County. .
beta (February 0 through carried Jordan to the Jacksonville like that, all forecasts and opti- wood. This load shown here represents what were once 100 stately pine trees. War conditions cutting down '
t
I 4)) and that if interest in hospital where he Is reportedto mistic speculations will be upset). -----------. on the Import of pulp from 'P.

-day 7 primary continues toIt be resting comfortably. After Although acreage In this county Sweden. Finland and other foreign

it is possible that he, will 'examination Knowles was allowedto Is a little off from last year. It Is Jook ,Organs countries has boosted the price of

r at least 214 more, bringe return to his home. stated that present Indications are : domestic wood to $4 per unit, resulting -

total to 4OOO-and all- The badly damaged car was that the yield will be unusually q; 41 :, '1 {ear'" tie in activity that makes the ,

high for Bradford County. pulled out of the branch by a heavy. The crop here has been May Play LaterCity d, bP forests hum with the sound of the + 1 i)y
Chile books were in the pre- wrecker from Smith's garage.; estimated at from 800' to 900 t'y' 4 4TT cro tHut: saw and 'puts 30 trucks ''t l

L new registrations were refd acres. a u r..,. and 300 men' to 'work in this, {

as follows: Lawtey 44; Plant City Is bemoaning Its Council Grants 1wft county alone: .

i Starke 98; South Starke 34 Candidates "worst season in history" as a direct Trial Period At n Those who have watched the t

raham 17; Hampton 18; result of the rapid successionof 'r'a t + huge railway flat cars.being piled 1
Issa 5; New River 15; Brook- freezes in January. Shipmentsfrom Request Of OperatorsThe high daily with neatly stacked:

Have AnnouncedField there are already 1,200 cars city council In Its regular logs must have often wondered if r i

(moval of the poll tax as a behind last season's output and it "first Tuesday after the first every tree In Bradford County was i ,
ement for voting largely is believed Plant City growers being led to the slaughter, and '
its for the heavy reglstrait At This Stage will not have time to harvest one- Monday of the month" meetingat there are still those who view the '

is believed. Runs Far AheadOf fourth of a normal crop before the city hall Tuesday night wholesale timber cutting with

Iglstratlon in 1938 reached a Former Years the hot spring cuts productionthere. agreed to extend.the nightly dead- 't alarm. "Our winters will continue '

[ mark of 3,630. The first prim line for operation of "Jook organs" to get colder," they nay, "and ,
that year polled a record Berries in Florida will at length become a
Formal announcements were that section are com (electric phonographs, ) within the Good exercise Is this job of lifting heavy logs from an open
I of 2,569 In Bradford County, made this week by Luclan O. manding a fancy price of from. 23 barren desert If something Ian'tdone tai
city limits from 12 o'clock mid-I truck. and stacking them neatly on freight cars for trip to Fer- )
70 of those to this devastation.
|senting percent Hazen, candidate for county tax to 25 cents a pint, but the total stop
'led.Irlh assessor, and A. J. Griffis, can- movement to date is only 1.641- night until one o'clock A. M. I nandlna and Jacksonville mills. Pulp wood company officials,

Starke remains the larg- didate for re-election as county 259 pints, for which growers have Vincent (Sam) Alvarez, operator however. _. -and-- authnrltleM who have "T>
totlng precinct in the county superintendent of public Instruc received $282,176.In of one of the city's most surveyed the forests of the South- i'J t!

I a total of 1,282 on the books, tion. Three incumbent members a recent editorial the Plant popular night spots, appeared before UnemployedAsked I Johns Wants land are Inclined to make light ;

In order of their reglstrato of the Board of County Commissioners City Enterprise stated: "The the council In behalf of the To RegisterAll of these fears. Reforestation by -j r' ,

[ date, are: South Starke and one incumbent School freeze was more costly to this "Jook organ" opeiators. In presenting natural means alone would be sufficient o '

Lawtey 753; Brooker 486; Board member also announced.In i particular section than almost any his argument he stated unemployed' persons In the I Special SessionAsks to replace trees consumed r ; ,

pton 262;, New River 139; making his statement, Mr. other, since we had everything that he was paying a license of county, men or women, colored' or by the'pulp wood mills. now located : ,i'i,

(am 105; Theressa 92. These Hazen said that he feels himself I that other sections had to lose and $100 per year alone In order that white, who are willing and able In Florida, they say Stress, .j 11+ F.

e. should be discounted able competent to carry on the dutiesof on top of that there was severe persons be allowed to dance In his to work are urged to register Cone To Call however, Is placed on the Import- 1 i{ 1 ,

| 5 percent to allow for the assessor's office. He Is damage to the strawberry Indus place of business, and added that with the Florida State Unemploy t itt! Legislature To ance of keeping fire out as much '
and removals from they entertainment of this kind did not as possible, and reforestation with <
39 years ,of age, was, born and try, reducing, the anticipated mint Service, Mrs.* Helen I, Rod- 0. "r
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: rl".Qvl"e..For ,,seedy.. ,. ..
In the past 'two Vcars" yield to about one-fourth of a begin ,until around 10 or 10.30: ,, mirserjt seedlings U encouraged.
reared on a farm near Brooker; man, of Gainesville, Interviewerwith 'I
ere are around75 additional normal No such disasterhas o'clock, consequently when he had Anyone, who has watched the :
and was educated In the county crop. the Unemployment Service A letter asking Governor Cone I
ts In the registered as to turn off his phonograph at mid- ,
county befallen the Industry here be dally loadings at railway stations
schools and at the University of and the Florida State Unemployment
to cull I lon of the
a special
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Lblicans and who consequentlynot Florida. fore." night he (and others) lost a Compensation Division, said I throughout thin county has a fair 't '
( take part In the May 7 majority of their bunlness to "out State Legislature for the purpose idea of the magnitude of the '
Mr Griffis, who nas Just returned By this time last year four- here yesterday
of the city limltw" places He I of enacting old thriving
ary. "adequate" age young Imjustiy, but a
fifths of the Plant City hud
to his home here after be. crop added that he and other Persons wishing to register with I
keen hatvested. opera- pension laws wan mulled here few figures might help to give an
ing seriously ill In a Jacksonville the Service do HO other
may every
PlansR. tors had agreed that after 12 mid I even morn vivid Impression.During ) .
mmencement I hospital for several weeks, stated night the volume of the machines Thursday in the Bradford County j Tuesday by State Senator I Charley

J. E. School that "I have served the people of Jobs OfferedOn i would be turned to a low level ,I courthouse court room In the' K:, Johns, a candidate lor Itepresenlatlve I of the 61 pant six of months wood tinaverage

I Bradford County for the past 11 and by doing so, would prevent morning between the hours of 0.30: ( to Congtens, from. the : cars pel"I I
week rolled from ,
he following outline of com- i years and have held the people?:. New Project tho music from annoying near-by I o'clock until 11 o'clock, as Mis, I Second District I Ilrooker Is the Bradford heaviest County
ement activities at the R. J, I their children, and their Interest I residents. Rodman In here during this time shipper rt4'
i The Florida Stale Employment Hetuitor Johns' letter, m.iclo public ...with a weekly total of 24 cars. ";:
Lolored) school In Starke foremost in everything I for the purpose of receiving applications -
was
Service In Gainesville has received I i Alvarez concluded his plea with here, stated: |i Hturke rolls 20, Lnwley 10, Sampson t.) f I
Incumbent commis- for employment and ttlso -
The three
lunced this E.
week by out-of-town call for wide : the suggestion that the councillet '' 4 1 ,
E'I sioners who announced were P D.I I an a to take claims on unemployment i "I urn writing you In the In- and Hampton 3. Figuring
principal:
variety of workers on a large them operate until the later on (the ultrn-conaerviitlve basis vt
'VasdlnIDistrict 1 of the old people of the
Distiict 1 R S. compensation.After
cciUaureate sermon Sunday Reddish ; public construction, according to a hour for a short or "test" period! Merest of Florida to to I 1100 trees. per cur this means that ,
4 and T. D. Dynl, District urge you
March 10 at Mt. :llorlah ; .1 receiving the 'application
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long-distance telephone me.-isasn! and If no complaints came during call a ,special neuron of Leglsln- 146,400 pines have been cut In If."Itl;
to be the 5. tor the Service attempts -
employment
fen preached by to the Telegraph Thursday morn- that time from nearby residents, j I ture to provide this county since the first of last 1
adequate pensions
I H. J. Jones of Allen chapel.mmencement J. H. Moore of Lawtey formally ing. i to extend the time until one o' to find! suitable jobs for September. 1
for the old folks and 1 the
his candidacy for reelection stop
addresses 8 0'- announced the applicants Usually the only
The new project the nature of clock A, M. permanently or until /suffering that now exists The three Florida pulp mills
Thursday night March 14, as School Board member i the questions asked are mime, age, among i'
such time
as phonographsdid
which was not revealed Is said to a lots of them. puy shippers here around $2,500 -,1.
,
at. Moriah Church, to be deed from District 1 become a nuisance. qualification, past ,experience, i week. A large of I. '
per
"unlimited" percentage
there are others definitely present opportunitiesto "I have served three Hexulons
Although and I
schooling i
C. S.
by Long, president known to be In the field, workers In this area, and men Chairman of the council W, M. In the Florida Legislature and), this In turn Is panned on to the : "
|dward Waters College. urged to apply Immediatelyto Edwards, speaking on behalf of Mrs. Rodman interviewed, took 300 laborers who are employed In If' '
candi- are eiwh session the old have
of
Is list people
a '
Junior of the the following
e Department the Employment Service officeat hU colleagues, stated that it was claims, and received applications I, been used footballbut I getting the timber from forest to ..
who have thus far formally an a political
dates
ol presented Its play "Twenty from about 35 men and women flat It Is for hardworking i1'
133 So. Pleasant St.. Gaines the council's duty to nerve the It Is before election I II car possible a
now Just
Hence announced In the Telegraph:
II Monday night at 8ck. E. ville. It was stated that the scale people, and with this in view, during her visit here yesterday, and If would, call an extra sawyer to earn $2.25: per I
The Elementary Depart- For Circuit Judge: D. Knightand of pay will be high and the would permit the extra hour onlyIf and stated that, at present, about session,ypu and with the day, while men on the truck
will present "Aunt Samanthy H. L. Gray. the would 30 persons In Bradford Countyare I draw around $2. 't ''ITil
while. petitionand
Senator: Drew H. work will last "I+t good operators Florida on the members of Leals.1
s the Roost" tonight (March For State receiving unemployment compensation efficient management and
classifications obtain the consent of nearby By ,
latuie I believe
Workers In the following honestly
and the High School Depart- Dukes. which ranged from $3 under Ideal conditions i
that a shipper
residents. It was stated r"i
demand would b.. forced to do
Court In : they something
of the Circuit : are
t will present "Engaged" next For Clerk to $15 week. To be eligible; C
verbal consent has already been per could clear from $8 to $9 per car. ; q
.
A. J. Thomas ( Incumbent). Ship fitters; boiler makers; It they did not, it In only "
day night. March 12. obtained In most cases. for unemployment compensation The amount of money he makea 1 4
Tax Collector: C. A. Knight riveters pipe fitters; operators !I a short time until the primaryand ,
For
riggers;
[igh School diplomas will be ; Mr*. Rodman said, the person (Continued on page eight) I"
and N. D. Wain- derrick, drag line Charley E. Johns appeared before the old people could remember -
ved by Horace Bryant, Leon (Incumbent) (crane must be unemployed through no
I the council seeking to serve them at the ballot box. I
'
ams and Emmett Robinson I wright, Jr. ___ and shovel) ; divers; construction fault of his own, must be able and ,
certificates will be presented'I For Tax Assessor: E w. u Hayes foremen; blacksmiths; cost eng- the city with Its Insurance needs, willing to work, and must have I, signed a sworn affidavit that I Says Florida Lags s I r

the following graduates of (incumbent) and L. O. Hazen. ineers, machinists; cable splicers; The council announced Its inten- worked a certain length of time, would be willing to go to In Scouting '
Sheriff A. O. Andreu ( Incumbent -I welders wiremen; water- tion of sharing the city Insurance ofl I ha Hee and serve without .. f
nr-High: Herman Kelly, Paul F'or : electric ; and earned a certain amount TlLlla-1
il, David Thomas, Johnnie ) and M. L. Johns. tight riveters; railroad car painters equally between the city's several money, for an employer paying i the sole purpoHe of taking Rotarians experienced their 1

I. Ida Mae Battle, Berdle Hen- For County Judge; : E. K. Ferryman -I ; gralners; letterers; structural Insurance firms.Continued unemployment compensation I j i of the aged of this Stale. first 100 percent attendance In

fh. Addle Leggett, Mamie ( Incumbent) and Don L. designers; location cranemen; ( on page eight) taxes. Anyone who believes hlm-' "I only wish that you could get several weeks at the regular t l

news, Pauline Royal, Evaas Hoover. sheet metal workers; .jnstructlon wlf eligible for unemployment out and see the Buffering that Is luncheon here Wednesday. Everyone ,
Trudle Mae Williams, For Superintendent of Public engineers; bulldozer and angle- Teachers' ExamsIn compensation La urged to contact going on around us and this Is I of the 27 club members was

| Bulah Foster. Instruction: A. J. Griff (Incum- dozer operators; Journeyman pipe Gainesville Mrs. Rodman for full details of I the reason that I am pleadingwith prc ent. I Dr. M, B. Herlong/ gave .i' j ja ;
bent), W. E. Middleton and E. R. fitters; shipwrights; tug masters; the requirements and procedure, you to call an extra session i' report on the recent Boy Scout i '

10 Poppell.For marine engineers; assistant. eng Because of the'demand for an when she Is here again March 21. as I pled with the members of the i conference held In Lake City, f !
Tag Sales Representative to Legisla- ineers; drill runners. examination on the Constitutionof 1939 noMilon of Legislature to do i He quoted statistics brought out '

ind Last Year ture: Ralph B. Alvarez. the United States, a special examination Senior Play something for these same people.If the conference showing that II "l'"l'at
For Supervisor of Registration: State Farm Scouts will be held Saturday you will call this session, you Florida ha. only one Boy Scout to )I'

Collector C. A. Knight said James F. Hollingsworth and J. F. afternoon April 13, at two o'clockIn At B. H. S. Tonight"Grandma will have done your duty for the every 26 eligible boys, while California i .

| week that motor vehicle li- Klckliter.For Continue ActiveThe the Alachua County CourthouseIn old people that are dying for want boasts one out of every two I j
tag sales took a aubstan- County Commissioner, Dist. Gainesville under the direction Goes Hollywood," the and your conscience will bl! clear. ellglblei. t

[ spurt forward after the paa- 1: p D. Reddish (Incumbent) and Boy Scouts of the State loi I II' county school superintendent annual class play of B. H. 8. seniors For humanity' sake! call a Dr. Herlong stated that these 1.111 i

of the March 1 deadline set .J, M. Rosier. Farm met at 7:00: o'clock Tuesday Horace F. Zetrouer, school board will be presented In the special HttSHlon of Legislature and figures prove that while our Interest f,
Overnor Cone. For County Commissioner, Dist, night in the Community center attaches said here yesterday. school auditorium tonight (Fri let's attempt once more to do In Scouting Is great It la ; f (

until yesterday, 1, 258: tags 2: L. L. Conner (Incumbent) and I' with Bryan Whitfield, scoutmaster All persons In Bradford County day) beginning at 8 o'clock something for our old people."I not great enough. He said, that 'I ,

[been sold, and this figure In- W. M. Edwards.For in charge. who wish to take the examinationare A three-act satire on life In the feel sure that fifty one per Stark should have two or three
I 888 automobile licenses, County Commissioner. Dist\;. Ralph Dudley and Bernard Jor- asked to report at superin- motion picture capital of the cent of the members will sign the troops. The expense would be

I truck licenses and SO trailer 3: J. L. Wynn and R. L. Lee I dan were appointed as Scout tendent Zetrouer's office about world this l comedy revolve. same affidavit that I signed, to more than saved by the fact that j

|aes Because of the extra For County Commissioner, Dist. ]. Patrol leaders. 1:30: o'clock p. m., April 13 and around such Interesting charact serve without pay, and this we would not have to support f
i extension this year, sales are 4: R. S. Wasdln ( Incumbent) and The Scouts and cub Scouts were instructions will be given then as ers as a struggling young writer, opeclal' session would be very lit these boys later when they got la u

It tie behind what they were T. C. Chastain. I. divided Into two patrols. Plans,I a hopeful young acress, a has- tle expense to the State and trouble and had to be Imprisoned.

| time last year Mr. Knight j! For County Commissioner, Disc.. were made for a kite flying contest -|examination been star, and a temperamental v..oul
Last year prior to March I 5: T. D. Dyal (Incumbent) and M. to be staged at 2:00 o'clock Additional Information can be director. Tells Of High Prices -

1133 tags had been purchased. O. Harrell. I I,I Saturday afternoon. I i.i n"IRln..d from the school board Admission in 25c and 3Sc and i AtplwbftlcalBert Eggs I
School Board, Dlst. 1: J, H'I sate at B. Y.'Saxon of Hampton was In
For 1 Following the business routinegames i 1' the courthouse here reserved seats are on
Incumbent) and J. S. Nor-, 'office In Store. Dyal who liven on Road Starke yesterday after Just returning -
rnscnd Club Meeting Moore ( were played until the meet Carp<-nter'8 Drug ,
from visit with his son.
I I I'. 1. between Hturke and Hampton a

''e Starke Townsend Club will; man.For School Board UUt. 2: S. ing wa adjourned. were: Ralph' Aid To Children Starke Native Dies I brought an odd egg to the Tele-, Vivian Saxon, at Pompano Mr. ,
at the Monday I! Those present c.nph ofricc: one day recently. An Saxon reports that farmers lit that r
courthouse E. Sparks. Herbert Crews, Jim : In Bradford County 16 families,
t. March 18 7:3OF School Board Dlst. 3: E. J. Dudley, Mrs. C. Jones, 73. a unnnual formation at the large \ South Florida agricultural center
beginning at : For I B. Jordan. James Bradley, with a total of 43 children, received Nancy
>ck. The three candidates I Lewis (Incumbent)) O. C. Kelly Crews Whlddon, Robert Marsham, $375 under the Aid to Dependent native of Starke, died recently at mil ot the shell Is In the nhnpo' are commanding fabulous pricesfor y

Ircutt Judge have been Invited and F. T. Abernathy. Lamar Godwin Bradley | Children program In February the home of her son J. W, Jones, 01 p crude J. Mr Dyal states that | what little produce could be 7 v

Mdress the club at that time, I There have been no formal announcements -/ Jim Jordan, Joe Jimmy Townsend, Claude The average grant per in Tltusvllle. She had made her Ihm Kh'xle eland Red hen has salvaged! from the January freeze' j

[ all members of the club and to date for candidatesfor Celger Oventreet Herbert child throughout the state was home there for the past fifty been laving eggs Inscribed with 1'epper and beans are bringing $10
i general public the Board of County Bond : Johns, Billy I .....Ic...... Jcitem for some time per hamper, he stated. }
are urged years.
963.
id. lot, Trustees. t Crews. Leslie Bradley. I I> I

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TIIERESSA HAMPTON I School Board .'- Florida Bank at ''Starke, $754.45: Williams ReappointedAs j closes In two weeks. Wulncht/ to l.o. M,"

r By Mrs. A. I. Sullivan By Ming, Ada Nimmo I, B. Cody, $118.59.Catherine I It was agreed to allow the Ury, pounds on Standard M',,{hlne' h I

List Of WarrantsFor Young, $86.51; Emma PrincipalOf I, Reddish child to attend the Starke I r werelbiet13Iador l 'IUI", ""I', V'U'"

'1 ilr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and The Baccalaureate! sermon will Hill $72.83; Blanche Edwards, Bradford school the remainder of the term llond Trustee- ,? ,?
High to
I little sons. Charles and Larrle, be preached for the graduating February, 1910 71.34; Joyce Futch, 89.59;; Eunice provided she meets Mr. Sapp at Ordered reject any In I or" all, i hd, .' 'b,
visited Mr. Moore's parents Mr. class of the Junior High Schoolat E. E. Lee, 12 cords wood, 60. said Hoard this. th"1 ,
bus
Kelley $71.99; Jewel Roberts, E. L. Williams principal of B. the present route. 1, 'dnnruarv ;,
and Mrs. 1>. W. Moore. Sunday. the school auditorium next Sun. 100; H, D. May, 2 1-5 cords wood, A. D. 1940. or.
$74.30; Helen Cody, $74.99; Bea- H. S. for the past two terms was Widow's pensions were approved ATTEST: : A A. llui.. ,
I $11.00 E. E Lee wood at Col.
4 Hugh Sullivan of the Drooker day at 7:30: o'clock. : JanItor trice Futch, $74.23; Lillie McRae, reappointed for the 1940-41 termat for Joe Moody, Lena Griffis and Carl Jh' ,, 'h s.(,; .
School $6.00 Brady Bryant,
C. C C. Camp visited his mother Mrs. II. H Harden of Jacksonville ; N. Thomas $72.83; Norman Johns, $82.83: the regular monthly meeting of Mrs. J. L. Van Anda. 2"1
I Service $20.00 ,
here Sunday. is spending this week with ; Luvertla Shepherd, $69.66 Mae iv 'r...: rincirNOTIC'I /'
; the Board of Public Instruction 01117
Janitor Service, $90.00; N. Thomas, It was agreed to give A. O. : 11. '
Mrs. Josephine! Sullivan of Mrs. M. L. Watte rson. Janitor Service, $25.00; N Wells, $66.50-Martha; Wells 41. held in the courthouse here Mon Jenkins 14 windows complete in FI.ORID4AHFUIU:: )'I ) I' o't A

la her son C. J. H. and B. Y. Saxon 32; Arthur McRae $66.83; Beverly 'IJANt"H\:
} Hampton visiting! George, Thomas, Janitor Service, $15.00; order to enclose the new colored ? 1o ,
i Sullivan\ this week.D. were called last Saturday to the Ebb Thornton, Janitor Service,I Cady $55.83; Essie Crosby, $43.- day.The recommendation was made school building at Wateroak.The Henry H. Th.ms.In4':''' M'APlaintiff ,' '' ,I

W. Moore was transacting bedside of their brother, Isom $68.00; Ebb Thornton, Janitor 33; Mabel Wall. $6.60; M. W. by L. D. Green, C. J. Powell andS. following motion was offered vs- ;

business in Starke Monday. Ogden of Pompano. Service, $10.00; Ebb Thornton, Morrow, $103.82; H. B. Wiggins, E. Sparks, trustees of the, Middleton "Because of Marie A. Thomas, 4,
by ;
r' gt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batten Mrs. Jessie Morgan of Brookerhas Janitor Service, $22.00Brady; Bryant $64.79; Margaret Whittemore, Starke school and was approved' IN TIIR Defendant.NAME' .
$57.00; Floy Sullivan. $56.58 shortage of funds, B. H. S. teachers OK Til) <
h are the proud parents of a baby recently been the guest of Janitor Service $25.00; H. B. ; unanimously by the School Boardon FLORIDA. UHEKTI.Nr TAt
f her mother Mrs. L. J. Priest, Ophelia Bryan, $65.25; Ruth of W. E. Middleton are asked to remain at their TO: Thoini, .
motion
boy, born March 2. The little Tucker, Kerosene for No. 3, 70. Idence IfI'"nto; :. whey
fellow has been named Charles, The Rev. A. B. Simmons has 52; Luther Griff. Wood, $6.00.R. Frazier, $60.16; Ernestine Buddington seconded by J. H. Moore.N. posts and keep school open In- YOU Alt E HEUIOln I;v :
$73.00; Jessie Lazenby, stead of attending the teachers'convention to to IIJQI':
"I'I""'" the bill
p Jr. returned to his home here after A Weeks! Wood $66.25; $72.83; G. E. McCauley, $92.83; D. WaInwright, Jr., appliedfor in Orlando." Since the filed herein against vim'J', ""n"",.
n visit! with friends in Macon, Ga. insurance on the Graham fore Monday, the '
Band new
Mrs. Roy Hunter and little sons Rubank Inc. Music for dui ,
MelvIn Futch, $81.61; Muriel Nor- county school system is paid by A. n. 1940 -
of Brooker are visiting relatives $1.08; Lee GaIney, Janitor Service, school building and he was givena IT IS FlWTHRrt
man, $66.50; Harmon Morgan, the state on a per-day basis of Onl
tl, here this week. FLA. STATE FARM $40.00; E. E. Lee, Wood, $50.50; $72.83; Melva Harrell, 53.83; five-year policy on motion of attendance for each child It was this ford order County be published in tkT;!'

Mrs. John Hall and little daughter lly Miss Knza Weaver Pitt Newsom, Wood, $20.00; H Florida Bank at Starke, $6,183.68; J. H. Moore, seconded by W. E. brought out that closing the paper published Telegraph In wild"r' V,, ,,

Patsy Ruth, of Starke were E. Tucker, Voucher 240 Item 2302 Florida Bank at Starke, $2,967.45; I Mlddleton. school for this meeting would de- consecutive Bradford. once each wvefc I I Iv
!
? visiting Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Dr. W E. Murphree has returned $60.23; Pitt Newsom Wood, 20. Lois JOB E. Wilson appeared relativeto WITNESS weeks
Mayes, $73.00. prive the county of several hundred my hand and
Sunday.Mr. from New Orleans, La., 00; W J. Wilkerson, Janitor Ser payment on Insurance account. Heal this 2nd day of slits.,,
dollars In state The .
Shell Petroleum Co. $116.66 money.
and Mrs. John Jordon and after attending a medical conven- vices, $25.00; Enoch Kelley, 1 ; The Board agreed to give the H. 1940.
Standard Oil Co., $61.16; J. E. motion was seconded by Moore. OFFICIAL 8KAL) A i n
tt1 children of Salt Springs visited tion there. cord wood $6.00. C. Wall Agency a note in full for Clerk Circuit Court. ,yIV .
AdkIns, $40.00 J. E. Adkins. $40.-
f Mrs. Jordon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief ia spending Mrs. J. P. Wyrick, $7.12; Mrs ; amount due June 30, 1940. NOTICES OF APPI.M'VTIO'V TIIK
00 1'ilt'I'1T .
Williams Mrs.
(
Mary $18.00
; B.RKAUFOHIf
Di
: FOR TAX IIKKDMrnnte
Mrs. S. R. Swindle, Sunday.Mrs. several days in Chattahoocheewith N. J. Johns, $47.97; Iris Crosby, G. W. Rharnes $10.00 Nelson! The Superintendent was Instructed ( '! Hill N... KKtt ('O"\j'U. PLO,'
; '
D. W. Moore and Mrs. relatives. $3.25; Mildred Paul $3.00;; Myr- to O. P. Cannon of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I, IN CHAM-KIV!
Green, $50.11 J. E. Brown $40.00 notify I n. F. Clark,
; ,
;; That E. E. Lee holder of M of Tax
Cecil Moore and little son, Larrle, Paul Mclendon and Miss Enza tice Carpenter, $23.57; Mrs. C. W W O. Collins. $40.81; Roy Tom- the W. P. A. that the Graham (Certificate No. 448, Issued. the 2nd., .Complalntanlvs. .
were guests of Mrs. Thomas Weaver those who Chalker. $3.48 Mrs. W. B. Sewell any of September A. D. 1935, had /
were among ; school! building is near completion
llnson $83.12 Elam Lewis John D.
; $40.- filed same In office and hum McKlnlny et ,'
Brown of my
Hampton Sunday after heard Kay Kyaer at the University $15.86; Grace Williams, $15.99; 00; Frank Norman, $30.00; Nelson and to request that plans be made application for a tax deed. to Defendants
noon. of Florida Friday night. Dorothy Epperson,, $10,20; Melva Moore started for work on the New he Issued thereon. Said certificateembra..11 NOTICE IS HEIllinv (iivr
20.00 Andrew
; Redding, John D. McKlnlny
Clyde Hall and son, Rodney, W.I Mrs. P. D. Fancher and Mrs. Harrell, $15.00; Florence Brows, $30.00; T. T. Blackburn, $37.60;I River school. In the the following County describedproperty of Brad Lottie Moon Hawkes Kdmnnla Fcarin H,!

C.fishing Loper on and Magnolia son, Lake Henry,Satur were Zora Grlner spent the day in $63.33; Mabel Wall, $75.22. J. S. -AllHllr.-------_. la T---asHT! n.. r_?._ _Kallev._____". J. R. Carroll and W. C. Cle-I ford.' WAM State Half of nf Florida KnitttiWAMt to-wlt. Duartee: bert Elizabeth Lincoln_ Fearing.Leah WIIII.m I. p,

Jacksonville Monday Simmle Hunter, $94.96; Robert $35.00; Ed Durbin, $32.60; Ned Irons trustees of the Heilbronn of Southwest- Quarter- S""t nil Ing 2nd., Lincoln Feurlnn
day and returned Sunday mornIng Strachen $65.00; Pearl George Township Six South Range 21JoJa..t. Drown, Ardllla Johnson. and
Miss Pauline Johns and her Berry $2.00; Levy Norman. $40.- school, presented a recommendation H. Johnson. Francis
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with a nice string of fish. containing; 20 Acres, more or W
$47.51 E. E. Evans $71.27 W.
FrIends here of G. L.. mother were guests of Mr. and ; : 60; W. E. Sapp, $17.10; Chester of Mrs. Luvertla Shepherd as less. and Gilbert F. Wlllliuns, A,'
Padgett W. Green $60.00 Grace Robin-] Williams and James I II
; The assessment of the said sand
will be to hear he is In St.vuiuenia Mrs. Claude Johns Sunday. Andrews, $71.62; Swearingen Kelley teacher. It was approved on motion property Benjamin W. lllhrri. ,
sorry Lewis under the Bald certificate Issued ru"
.. _wnere_ no .UI I Mrs. Frelda Drew Mrs. W. E. son, 50.00; Mary E. $5000 $25.00; Ellery Sapp, $27.40; of W. E. Middleton, secondedby wan In the name of Mr. W. C. of them. If alive, and If 4..
nuapiiai Flossie McLenden, $47.40 M. the unknown heirs,
; ; devlsret
Lone.
slowly recovering from a major Feagle Mrs. Roy Roberta and E. Roberts, $47.18 A. O. Jenkins.: Wade Gaskins, $27.60; Sam Mott E. J. Lewis.F. Unless. said certificate shall be tees, grantees. or assign. ,, M
_ operation. Mrs. P. L. Bridges of Starke I ; $40.00; Charity Williams, $35.00; T. Abernathy K. Stricklandand redeemed. according to law. the of the above named. drf,t
$69.75; Sarah Jenkins, $37.12; C. that a suit has. been filed
property described therein will be
j The the In Jacksonville, H. C. Alderman, $19.00; L. O. N. J. Davis, trustees of the u
Rev. O. E. Cutshaw of spent day C. Anderson, $20.00; C. C. Anderson sold to the highest. bidder at the each of them In the rircult
Starke will preach at the Baptist Monday.Mr. Jones, $6.35; Oliver Underhill, Graham school recommended Mrs. courthouse door <>n the first. Mon. for Bradford County Florida
$45.00 Geneva Hartley, $50.- F. Clark, for the ,,
; $32.63 Horace day In the month of April 1940, purpnm i
Church Sunday afternoon at 4 o' and Mrs W, E. Feagle and 00; Mabel Richardson. $50.00; ; Bryant, $12.79; Ruth Frazier as teacher. It wall whlrh In the iHt day of April. 1940. move clouds and ciiilet ihr s,
clock Edwin Malone were visiting In ''Richard Walton, $8.26; R. V. AI. approved on'motion of Middleton Dated. thin 17th day of February, the following described lant
Juanita Stewart $50.00 Pearl Inand
; $15.25.J. 1940. being In Uniciroi'
Lake City last Saturday. Smith $47.26; Roosevelt Smith, varez. seconded by Lewis. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Florida, to-wlt:
DOUBLE L. Anderson, $81.05; L. E. C. C. Melvin, H. B. Crosby and Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Parts of Lots. Six and E
RUNny Straw Ride To $47.58 J. S. Annie
Lake Johns. $60.99
; ; County, Florida. 2.23 6t 323 Block 34. In J. M. Jnhnu A
H. E. Hazen, trustees of the
Mrs. W. A. Tyler Tuesday night, March 5, Mrs. Louise Gaines $50.00: I. J. Keller, Starling. $42.60; Horace Bryant, to Town of Starke, Florida
$12.00; Nelson Green. $25.00 Nel Brooker school requested that the lion 2H Twp. 6 Mouth HIJ,'
L. A. Shepherd's Sunday School $16.50; I. J. Keller, $54.36; Carrie ; TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: East described. as follows
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Norman and class, composed of the Robinson, $50.00; Irene Lewis, son Green, $13.45; W. O. Collins, Board withhold the recommendation Notice Is hereby. Kl.*<*n that I Beginning at the corner:c
young .
children. Edward, Dorsle and Leon' $16.20; W. O. Collins $10.80; Lester of teachers at the BrookerFunlorHigh have filed my final report as. Administratrix and Church Streets and run
of teen $48.75 Cleo Mrs. C. .
people age, enjoyed a ; Saxon $4.51; of the estate of Arthur North on Church Street 4L!
of Rising were visiting her brother -: straw ride to Kingsley Lake where W. Chalker, $9.02; Ancll Futch, Slade $18.25; Lester Slade, School until further 3r. Darby deceased. ; that I have thence east and parallel wlU
I and sister-in-law, Mr. and $57.08; C. J. Crews $20.00; Earl notice. Action In this matter was filed my petition for final discharge Street 100 feet thence "Paj',
they roasted weiners. The trip $65.34; E. L. William, $216.66. and that I will apply to feet thence East 5 feel .
Mrs. W. A, Tyler Sunday after- Green, $62.44; A. A. Edwards deferred until Friday March 8, at the
Honorable K. K. '
was made in a truck filled withstraw J. H. Atkinson $76.66; J. M.Whlttemore Perryman Mouth 62'/j feet to Nona -
noon. $87.62; A. L. Green, $70.36; 7:30: p. m. County Judge of Bradford County thence West along North
in imitation of the old- $83.33; Evelyn Stump Florida at 10:00: A. M., on the 16th Nona Street to
point of
PI Mr. and Mrs. I' D. Reddish George Flynn, $10.00 R. V. Alvarez The Board unanimously agreedto beg
;
day of March A. D.
1940. for
fashioned wagon straw ride. All $69.27; Alice Fernandez, $69.66: approval And you and each of you, ti
:r and children of Heilbronn were $72.38; C. E. Andrews,: allow the Daniel children from of the name and for final persons In Interest are ',rd,..
the Anderson
young people seemed to enjoy Daisy Fisher $89.34; Eva discharge .
visiting Mr. and $12.60 J. Brooker to attend the Starke as such Administratrix. required to appear In said in
W.
Mrs. Andrews
W. R. Con- ; Co., .
I Ida I .
the trip.ANDKKWS $68.36; VCrna Demorest $79.- Darby Monday April let 1940, 'o u
ner Sunday. 60. h/ $75'-1' school for the remainder of the As. Administratrix aforesaid. said Bill of Complaint i n
y Raymond Bryan has returned 17; Rosalind Williams $75.18; term because of the fact that 2-16 4t 3-8 ____ against. you as defendiintu, 1 1which
E. J. Lewis
Expenses, $
KKIT: BUSY Mrs. Dell Dowling, $94.00; Lester ; and there In a dww
after spending a while in West these children have recently NOTICE TO 1lIDtEIS"The Court will be entered
a Palm Beach. Orlando, Although United Sponholtz, $78.20; Blanche Van- Florida Bank at Starke, 3000.00; moved into the community and Hoard of Bond Trustees. of It Is. further ordered.airnlnit that if
I dlvlere $69.26 Lucile Kennedy A. J. Griffis Bradford County, Florida., will receIve tics be .
; Salary, $125.00; published onVe a KM
Miss Emaline States Senator Charles O. And: could not this bids
Morgan of Jacksonville $66.50 Eunice Searing. $74.83 Louise Warren II I complete year's until 10 o'clock A. M. four consecutive weeks In thi,:
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Salary, $50.00; March llth. 1940. and at that time .
spent the week-end with rews originally planned to I work at the Brooker school which ford County Telegraph n n.
her open Grace Wainwright, $75.05; Edna Frances Peek, Salary, $18.00; to be publicly opened at the City having a general circulate
mother, Mrs. Leaton Morgan. 'his speaking campaign for reelection Hart $75.05; Luclle Edwards, Starke Telephone Co., Hall In the City of Starke. Florida, published. In Bradford r
Herbert Harris Is $17.80: Mrs. J. Griff. Salary. 125.00; A. J. for the following; Florida.
atives in Miami. visiting rel- to a full term on his $69.31; Willie Mae Hinson, $69.- Elv Sullivan Cafeteria Equipment Grlffis, Travelling Expenses, $20.- One Full Diesel. single drive motorgradernot Done and ordered nt !Stark-

Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Harden- birthday, March 7, development ofa 13; Evelyn Ritch, $69.66; Ethel $30.00; E. J. Lewis Board 00; A. J. Griffis, Office Expenses, Maximum I Break less than Horse.Thirty Power-Twe Ida. 1"1140.OFFICJAI.this. 28th day of Kelirui.D. .

brook of Starke number of major matters Important Biggs. $65.84; Ruby Lilley, 86. Service $25.00; J. H. Moore, $7.00; Louise Warren. Salary $50.- Weight to be. not less. than 10.600 ( SEAL) A J Tt'

2 brother, John and were Andrew visiting her to Florida, may compel 66; MadRe Middleton, $74.71; Board Service. $25.00; W. E. Mld 00; Frances Peek, Office Work, pounds Diesel. : Motor or One Grader Tandrum-drive Maximum Full Clerk of Florida Circuit Court, Ft.County ,.
My- him to change this schedule. In- Kitty Hogsed $63.33; Kate Shepherd dleton, Board Service Break Horse Power 1-1\>
r gera of this section $25.00; A. $18.00. to be not lea E. K. ferryman,
recently. formation received at the Sena- $79.17; Edn! Prevatt, $76.- than Forty five Horse power- Solicitor for Complainant
s Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter tor's Orlando headquarters indicates 00; Ruby Mae Perkins $74.71; S.

pent W. A. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. however, he may come into Madeline Andrews $63.25:: ; Leola

Tyler. the State, within the next few Roberts $79.17; Lorraine Smith

4 days on official Semite business. $60.16; Marie Thede. $30.00; Carl

Wedding Imitation a specialty. This pre-ciimpulgn trip to Florida Roberts. $50.00; Sorchle Baird,

Printed, engraved or eml>os ed._ would be confined to visits to $66.50; Annie L. Morgan $76.00;

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;.d-In-Chief ITAFr.InCh1ef ______-__OayU Jean: Bewel Davis Senior Play TonightAt Meet Our SeniorsDORIS Saluting Our Flag I Mammy SezDear -I Hit Parade This Week'-Basketball Season : :


'.___? Li. H. Harper and 8 O'ClockIn -And Meaning It Becomes
Ferol. Jones MAE STRICKLAND Chlllun: Ca.reless--JeneUe. History
Band Patrol Frank Robinson B. H. S. Auditorium On No. 1.
Thanksgiving day of 1921]L
........ Franclne FisherriutT k To most of us, the flag saint e Dat good ole. Senior Play I la No. 2 You Can't Marry Ten Tornadoes Finish With
_________ Kstelle Austin there was born to Mr. and Mrs presented tonite--and I mean all] .
'_ Elisabeth Plummor Weeks of Practice I Walter Strickland a baby i'lrlI I has become a mechanical motio n Pretty Girls-Karl. Three Lasses
.._. Clara Ma* Harley: which through da3 you people who don't see it sho'am
phi Assure Perfect Presentation whom we go every No. 3. Stay As Sweet Aa You ThU Watek'
they named Doris
Mae. A
I .._. .._- Margaret Pearce.pCIAL wash face brus ; gonna be sorry. DIs play Is
O( Hilarious Farce the just as we our or AreLoral.No.
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,, REPORTERS I time of her birth Doris Mae's I our teeth. We just get up auto:to directed by Miss Ruth Sternberg. The B. H. Tornadoes finished
Louis Stern Alta
ownsend. parents were living in Homestead 4. Faithful Forever Kver-
i, Jack Halle Arch Thomas Tonight in the Bradford High!:I Florida but ,; rr.atlcally: rattle off the salute an,d and de name is "Grandma Goes their basketball season this week ,
M. Q&ineaEDITORIAL they soon moved to ett.
L. Hollywood.
School then sit down without taking tim e Very very reason
auditorium there four
M.M.M MIB MISIIII IISII*- will be Starke playing games. They played
I where
Mr. Stricklanddied. to think realize the '. able prices-So see It! Everybody! No. 5. Thanks for the Memories -
about or .
significance
a play that will in Lake
the .
minds ol of the flag salute. Som e Did you all know dat: Nina -Helen. City Monday afternoon and

Bradford's'_ seniors rate as one ol. After her father's death Dori. students do not even go througl i Bishop sho' likes to ask questions No. 6. You Can't Stop Me From lost 35 to 39. The Tornadoes led '

ng Is here I Or is it? The the top-notch events of the school];L Mae lived with her grandparentsIn I the motions of the civilian aalut,S ? De Juniors had better give Dreaming-Kmmett. the game until they lost 3 players. ,

Jar says It Is. but the weathis year and is probably to membersof I Homestead until she was seven I. the proper way. They stand uj]p de Seniors a good Banquet Margaret No. 7. My Blue HeavenJohnC. and of course Lake City made

trying hard not to give its years old. Then she joined her In slouched position. the! was In G'ville last weekend .
cast the most a place r good use of this advantage. TheB.
warm days we've been their thrilling: mother and step-father in Miami. hand their hearts or in tha t ? "J. B," has some natural No. 8 Once In a Million Years
ese annual play this over
the past week hit the spot "Grandma Goes year called I She first attended school in region. and then stretch out thel r yellow shoes? Ralph and L. H. Marian.. H. S. lassos lost to Lake City ,

on't breathe a word of it. made ao Hollywoocr'.acomedy Homestead and later In Miami arm and let their hand rest on th
avy snow will probably set- characters than by its more lines.A .by Its i Key West and other places. She shoulder of the person In front o f Edwin really do love to play? Carolyn.No. and fast game. '

us forthwith. Let's hope month entered the tenth grade in St. them while they mumble that ",I Dies and Steve are seen together 10. Ma. He's Making Byes Tuesday night the B. H. S.

ago Miss Ruth Stern- Augustine/ but the rent of -her a heap Elizabeth makes a good at Me-Estelle A.
to stay-that we etc. It take B
Is here berg the pledge allegiance ; quintet journeyed to Archer and
play's coach began high school has Jasmine? Arch sho' nuff
career been in can
"late ice. seconds to
[have any only about thirty re- dropped another game 32 to 39. ,
work on regular you ain't popular anymore unless
rehearsals has: Starke. raise his ?
I.with Spring-time comes since turned out cite the flag salute. Surely any_ right eye-brow you wear one.Frankie The boys played hard but were Unable -
End of school that results which Doris Mae is especially fond of all shoulcbe I Emmett and Leland do love to '
ir time: ; have all the one who can stand up at Gay Is yours truly's to cope with the Archeritea.
play' backers look- out door sports of almost any play jokes on de girls in de SenIor -
19 is
|ome April ; today ing up. kind able to stand straight and holt I Idea of de beat us all-round stu- Thursday nlte the Tornadoes \

8. That means there are and likes to write. She hasa out his arm toward our flag foi I. play! 'Specially last Wednesday dent. went to Green Cove. They beat.

46 days before B. H. S. learned Two weeks ago lines half very no tic able dislike for"frilly" that short a..time! Some peopli i afternoon. Jo Ella gave the sweetest little the Green Cove Boys 31 to 18. ,

[for four months vacation. the seniors'and interest mounting, above clothes! and silly people (not very many-thank goodness ,. Sadie sho' nuff did look "sweet poem in English Class the other The girls lost 21 to 27. I .

many years past. 1940's annual play was going all silly boys. Undoubtedly !) can't seem to understand I like" Monday. day. Friday night Alachua defeatedthe !

t seniors have said howey'd nicely-alowly-and-surely. Twoor a certain boy from Jacksonvillemust why they should salute a Httlt I Everybody wearing done cute I Lots of It, Starke quintet 54 to 22. The .r
three
be when it was all of the parts especially, not be silly from the way piece of cloth with stripes nnc:
ribbons In dere hair. Seems like I Mammy. Starke lasses lost 24, to 25.
Now with the grim fact are difficult-were hard to master she likes him. stars on it. It Is not that mere \

with ._ _ _ _ _
even the best and 1 1I
most
at hand, there aren't 2 out per. piece of cloth known as the U. S..

|who look at It that way. sistent of Sternberg instruction. If ERNEST EDWARDSMr. Flag that we are saluting. It is ANNOUNCEMENTS : /
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has for 12 years sur- ever there was a test of patience, and Mrs. A. A. Edwardswill what that piece of cloth repre. POLITICAL

them with .protection it was during rehearsals of agree that 1922 was a lucky seats this country! Surely I "

hip, and a feeling of know- author Stone's brain-child in year for them for their son Albert no one who Is a true American a'.... Circuit ........ For Supervisor' of lt.I.tretiua my time and energy to the up. .IV'

is going to happen next which he tells a story of how Ernest appeared in this large would fall to want to salute thin I announce my candidacy for I am a candidate for the office building of our .schools., always using : ,}
at Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial of Supervlnnr of Registration. of economy where economy should I '
world in '
about one out of that 'I'
Lit, after graduation every- every ten people year. country but since it Is rather' Circuit( of Florida, In Oronp one. Itrndford County Florida subject to he used. Thanking' you In advance ; 1

ig! suddenly strange and fore set out to Hollywood determinedto Ernest is the oldest child of a awkward to stand up and say, and Biiltrlt the support of nil dem the Democratic I'rlmary. and respectfully for your ,support, t A1tkRNATItY am sincerely. j 1\''
; FRANK T. ,
end up with their faces of ", 11..1111 rlfctors In the 1040 primary solicit your vote and 1\\ ,
across three.
| it Is hard to realize that family "United States I salute you. D. K. KNIGHT Hupport.JAMIOB. ,

years of motherly school the screen; paints a picture of apasse' In his early life he moved with this flax: Is used as the object tc: V I10M.INC18WORTII.K .. Fee County Commissioner' -nui. :X ( ,-

lire no more.ol actress who cannot act, but his parents to South Florida. represent the whole country.In Fur Irc-ull* Judge I wish to announce that I am a .
knows she Sheriff' candidate for member of the Hoard ( I,
so taken for granted bye can and would give her They remained, there only a few the future let's all try to put I wish to announce my rnndldncy <.f County Commissioners from DIstrlnt '

school children now-a- toe-nails for a story which she years then they came back toErnest's more feeling Into our flag salute for sheriff of Kradford County subject Two subject to will of Democriltlo '" It I
feels would put her back on her about the 01 to the IH'inocrullp primary to voters of Hradford County. '
and think meaning
lls really a wonderful thing. birth-place Brooker, lie held May '7. 1040. If elected.,, I If elected, I will strive to rendera ,
queenly pedestal; shows plainly where they have lived ever tilnce.v the words of the salute as we say will dlHcharKe" I the duties. of the office fair and Impartial service. As to ': .
that today as Principallast
fact how anything under the nun can them. to the best. of my knowledge lilY ability, I offer my record as \ I .
week told a Biology He has grown to be 5 feet 7 and ability and, I earnestly. ...IIt'lt councilman of the City of Htarke Q'
12-year-old knows much happen once a bunch of dumb inches tall and tips the scalesat -Mary Townsend I Ihe vote and support of all thevoters W. M. (MITCH) KDWARDS. \ I
a ill
I people start rattling across the r of llriiilford County. Yoursrespectfully
than did his great-grand- 130 pounds, has black hair 1"
continent-from 0 h o-to-Califor- \\1\
far knowld blue and dark complexion. Seniors Receive Nf. U JOIINMKur For ('emn.issiener-IIet. I I "!
BO as general eyes \'hn'I: : ( .j
nla-ia a tin-can headed for what I At of a few of my
information are con- Ernest completed the ninth friends. I again offer myself as a '/ ,)
they picture where Invitations ToJuniorSenior HrpresenfalleI
as a place the '
candidate for Commissioner 'b'
County i ,
wish candidacy \
grade in Brooker and will finish In announce my
only stars that really glitter are for Representative. tu the front District Two, pledging yo. '
beginning to end. this the ones that are "shot" and a high school this year. He has BanquetOne : $tate Ijeglnlntiire from llrmlford that I will give you the best service ,\

has been a typical made excellent grades throughouthis County. If elncted. I promise to that I can possibly render. ThankIng '
year full moon shines twice a week. for and future
the interest of I the you past
[except that Improvementsen school career. day last week after having of guard this and will taxpayers port I am. '.J
county any
Throughout the whole oppose ,
made right and left thing This gentleman has been ousted by fake fire drill bill: that tends: to Increase taxes. I R"'P4lcttUII'i L \
young very )
the author keeps the plot straight signals, be seniors along with am against thn No Fence Ulll loll ( "up'I'I
ne of the year's improve- as steers few dislikes and some of his likes percent., I will Introduce a bill to !
a ram-rod finally them
I are: good clean sports. the rest of the school noticed a piovtde, adequate pensions for the Ki.r ('ouny (':;::::"'00.-111 : ,
clear out of the messy situationsinto young man ride from behind the needy of this state, and til eliminate I hereby announce myself a .j:
Athletic Field christened which they drive head-first. Ernest plans to enter the University white "HI-Yo "red, tape." I will oppose any didate. for County Commissioner 1, j ,
ord Park finished at first I of Florida after graduat armory on a horse bill that farors. .it private corporatlon from. District Three (South Htarke '
"
To that
eternal question "Will Silver" style well-equipped with or Interest. over the conimot subject. to action of the voters I"1/ ,
r-used for all home foot- It; be any good?" there Is a good I ing. He has many friends and laddie-bags. people. I know what the people of the Detnocratln Primary of May T. : '

ames and once used for especially the senior class who this county want and I will serve 104(1.( I am In favor of better. roads
: ,
answer wailing: It WILL, be. The boy's name is Ralph Net- them In the l>et. of my ability for for our county, and If elected will 4'
jral grounds. Reasons: There lias been too much wish him success in his career. the good of the county, anil not for work for the good of our countyat "
ties what his horse's name Is If) :
the advancement of myself politically all times. "
fde repairs on school build- sheer work on that play for it not known, but what the horse or fInannlulty. Your vote and WYNN I.t.L \

not to be any good. Miss Stern- Primary Jingles : all i'p.i't will I I I he slnc'eiely I i appruclutcil ,
carried on his back in the saddlebags ,I:
athletic equipment. berg has shaped the characters too, is well-known Uril At.VAIUCZ.r Fur wuntjr ('..mmlMsl.iMer-l>lst. i
: long-expected
well for them not to do | FiRST C.HADK NKU'M '('0 the Vutern of the Klxhth Judlrial At the request of many of my
band uniforms.sic a good I invitations to the junior-senior rirrult. I am a nindldute for friends, I hereby announce" my can-
room for first time in job. "Grandma Goes Hollywood"I I I We finished our February booklets Clrnilt Judge of the Klvnth Judl ('i.uulr (.o..III..n.-UI... SI illdacy for County Commissioner of
.the to'
has too have it fall and we are very proud of banquet, given by Juniors 'I viol t'h'i'iilt, to micrfPd Judge A. Z.Adkln. I wish. to announce. I that I am a district number one, l /iwtey, subject ,
I's history. where elemen- good a plot to I candidate for I the office of County
the seniors and written in back ... I nhall appreciate you to I the will nf the Democratic
I Theory and Harmony are into the gutter of failure. Thus I i I them.We ward fashion so that flustered,1 volt itnd nnptmrt.IIKNUY Commissioner' from District>> Five I voters of the district. I feel that
it has to hold something in store, have some new readers.We I... II!ft AY earnestly' solicit the support. of the my past experience well qualifies
for first time since school'sace. seniors had to flint voters
I eager-to-read Uinesvtlle! Florida me to perform the duties of this
and will easily satisfy all persona are practicing with modeling procure mirrors to do the job. I M. O. I1AKHK1.UK office satisfactorily, Thanking you

who do not expect Garbos and clay so that we can make some fur past and future suppoct: I am
|ndreds more new booksin I i They went thus: For ('I.." ..f the ( Iron It Court Respectfully,

library. Taylors In B. H. S., but look for things pretty for Easter. To the people nf llrndfurd <'<>untyHlnccrely : 4'owaty Judge .1, M. ROHIKIl.Knr I" ,
ward to seeing a good high school Miss Mlddleton teacher. "Seniors we've a tale to tell. trusting that I may be I am a cltlaon. of Mtarke: and -
this school year has seen know Hradford County and have qualified i
One heard and
you've permitted to continue I n> ncrviyou
( .
'ounty ('oniml.slen-list 4
[good high spots some the play well directed by an able Clerk of the Circuit Court to seek the office. of County Judgeof ;, .
We have enjoyed February the quite well-- ne your Bradford County, and It electedby 1 hereby announce my candidacy ,r, I
coach. I randldacy for thin OJ. ,
| ones some out-of-the-ordl- month of the birth of several famous On March 15th. 7:30: that night offlc-o nniuiiinre subject my to the next Unmirrn' the good people of my : .t"ti sinner for the District office of Number County Four Cemmla-- ". ,
Tonight at 8 sharp members of!:! tic Primary. I appreciate the kind. 1 will serve them to the. comprising I "
I men. The Woman's Club will be gay the voting precincts ofllraham. .
/
cert by Glee Club and Band the cast will be nervous-but., and n. .... and confliUnce' Known me by my ability. DON 1.. HOOVKH llsmptun, and Theressa.If 'Id I
of this bright and In return :I
i We are proud Spring all of our people elncted I promise an honest t
Mrs. Mabel Wall's supervlItor thrilled will know their lines bull:[ weather. We are reading spring Inside those doors the Junior hate rendered and for so long asI faithful and economical administration 1 I I I

will wonder if their minds are go. hold office will continue to Kwr Seedy Jude of said office.. "
I stories and Spring class l service and courtesy I .
singing songs. rer.ier every The
vote and support of all
play-"He Was a Gay ing to be blank as a sheet of In Your assistance will ICIglit years ago the good peopleof f
Will take through the look my power. Democratic voters
This week we sang songs about you Hradford County elected, me to are earnestly f,
Ita." paper when they step out on the be appreciated. he County Judge find for seven solicited. ;
some of the birds that we see in ing glass. A. J. THOMASKor 1'
I Charles Barker's Address stage. Everybody who has ever years I have served them In an efficient --.C. CHA8TAIN.Kor .
Spring. We drew these birds free- and sallnfuctorv manner. ; : .

tonal worth remembering. been In a play has no doubt felt hand from pictures. We colored Snoop 'N Peep (....n.,. Te. ('..11....... and at the- same time .operated. thuuffIts County Comnsls.iun..r-flisl. 4I
!talon to have Annual. that way; these are no excep- I hereby unnmince my candidacy at an extremely low cost to I hereby announce myself a can
birds and wrote stories
pictures of hIt tax payers Therefore, without dlilnte. for
: re-election
as County
llor tions! to succeed myself as Tax Collector .
play (tonight)
about' them. Goodness how time does hesitation, 1 hereby announce forreelection Commissioner. from District number
.__ h._' ... pass of Hrndfnrd County, subject to the and
uur-oenior: oanquet (Aiarcnare The seniors won't forget "Grandma I'mnooriitta primary to be held May as County Judge four, comprising the voting precincts I
:'I We are sorry that Arthur Wlnkler 'Wonder why the seniors are all tried to render ask for your support and vote. of Oraham, Hampton and
7th 1'MU t have
Goes Hollywood" because: ((1) K.: K, PKIIUYMAN, County Judge.
Michaelo Dlcandlo Marcus I so happy? Could it be the ban- you faithful rmnnxl and efficient Theressa. If re-elected I promise

lie not nearly all-but They have enjoyed all the prac. Arvin Sumner and Dottie: quet March 15, and the senior service as your Tax Collector. 1 1earneiitly I tt) du my duty to the best of my .
h to set Brown solicit your support andIt prop Orhuol llusril-l>lst II ability.: Thanking you for past and. //1
us thinking.
tices. ((2)) Had fun doing the actual Sue Biggs are sick. We hope play March 8 (tonight) ? But all elected .again, I shall continueto I hereby announce myself it .can future support. I amRespectfully

school hasn't Just been sit. performances. The audience will be well again. the girls are excited about even- rentier you the same service as lldate for r..I..llon. from Hchool ,
soon
olng nothing. Mr.. E. L. won't forget it because: ((1)) It's I that they I have In the past. Hoard District No. ft 1 subject to the It. H. WAHDIN.
and such.
Ing dresses
We ahead in the attendance C. A. KNIGHT. action of voters at the Primary
kma is a wonderful Principal a fast-stepping play ((2) It's a are 'Just May 1, 1940. If elected I promise For County School' Superintendent ..
heard ushers for the play
|o appreciate him,-but we' of senseless Hollywood- contest but Miss Madge's group is to continue a fair, conscientious, and I hereby announce
story TO 'I'ln0'1''':''* OK HII4KKOIIII my candidacy 11(
.
afford to let are: Odessa Doris Crews Estelle equitable Administration of this. office for .
ever appreciate him enough. gaining and we can't struck youth.Reviewing to the bent nf ability. '
my Hubllo Instruction of Bradford
win Eleanor and Jo Ella. Congratula. IIKItKIIV: announce, my candidacy -
them again.
almost over. Enjoy what's the cast: for Tax (Collector of Bradford H..P. UUIIIf. County subject to the will of the

[especially you seniors! George FhlUpitts Ralph I Mrs. Roberts teacher. tions girls! County. I have never held J. I.KWIH. Democratic. electors In the primaryelection 4
Will someone please help me ? unv f.rri... within the .irlft nf the on May 7. 1940. If electedto
-Jean Davis. Rhodes. people; --of- this- "County before. 'li .H*"r ('......y (. .......'......_Hlst. 3 this Important office I pledge to
Emma Phlllpltts-Juanlta Bare. SK;(;OM GRADE NEWS My peeping isn't getting me any. elected 1 will I give you efficient I hereby announce myself a can the people of this county a safe !
We are really enjoying our where. Who has "J. B.'s" heart? courteous and faithful' service In lldicte for County CommissionerIlstrlut sane, and sound administration of
iblin' 'RoundWek.end this or tie... number three: and. earnestly I the duties Involved. Your vote and
foot.Phyllis Readers. It tells us about Could It be Lawtey or the Clta active
PhlllpltU-Grace Dew. Science Hlncerely. solicit your vote and support pro- .support. will tie greatly appreclal. -
i the great out-of-doors. This weekwe del ? or Gainesville? N. D. WAIN WK1U1IT.: JR. mising., If elected to discharge the ...
was no different Gram-Jean Davis. duties of said nfflre. In a fair, I DR. W. H. MIDDLETO.V.

[ the rest-a good time as Bradford Jones-Arch Thomas. are learning about plants. We Oh. yes! I want to congratulate Kor ('....,. Tee tssessorI economical and business-like man

eh, Grace? Little Grace Mrs. Bradford Jones Marian like this reader because It tells Dot. Ida Lee. Joe Allen. Mar- hereby announce my candidacy ncr. Thanking. you fur your asslsance Fee fountr Superintendent
I
that we already know : for re-election to the office of am. After moving hack home. my
eporta a swell time.was had Dowling. us things gie. Douglas Patsy. Sam. Mike 'Assessor. of Taxes. Yours respectfully many friends. throughout the county

cksonvtlle. Jasmine-Elizabeth Plummer. and then it helps us to find out Jack and Freeman-they'll serve With my experience and the results H. U I.lOli I have persuaded me to run for fluperifltendent -

do not know. In the nf tax reduction of Public Instruction ,
about things we know way
the
te seniors were really sur- Janet Lovelee -Jenelle Hutch- at banquet Hope you during my present administration, For County ('....... ..........-Illst. 8 for' Bradford County I hereby announce I
when Ralph N. came riding Albert Hagen from Brooker has your stuff!-We may be hungry! I feel no hesitancy In asking for I wish' to announce my candidacy my candidacy for the office .II.
ings.Randy entered our room. What's that I heard the other the continued support of Ihs voters. for re-election, as County Commissioner of Huperlntendent of Public Instruction ,
pro. Silver" to give them their I Knowles-Leland Spon- If re-elected. I promise. four more from Dlitrlct. B, ilrooker and for Hradford County Buned r
tions. Some idea wasn't holtz. Mrs. Ritch teacher. day? Marie you couldn't really years of courteous and efficient New. River. I feel that my past to the primaries In May 1>40. t.i
Emmett mean that you wish LaCrosse service.Thanking. experience makes rne more capableof I promise. If elected. a fair, honest t
Alexis Sharpthorne Richard Cooper won a prize for you most sincerely for handling the office than before, economical. and businesslike admlnstratlnn -
en Ferryman. would vanish! your vote and support, I am and If re-elected I promise to give I earnestly solicit your ,f.
and Jean went ridinga most stars for perfect vote and
the support
having Your. respectfully, you the best service that I ran possibly C Ii
Mae BarIcy. Is it Gainesville the
or "bright
| Power and a Gable tother Lily Browne-Clara reading in "Our Citizenship K. VV HAYES.Kor render.. Thanking you all K. It. POPPEL.I .
lights" that germ to say "cometo for your past and future support .1
oon. Lake Butler rates eh? He is having keen competition
Reader.
me?" Margaret Everett. ('asst ..'.. Assessor Yours respectfully. 10'.. school Heard-I)1st. 1
.ti
*>lyn Is seen driving an auto in our new reader. We I take pleasure In announcing my T. D. DTAU I hereby announce my candidacy ,

t lOOking. It's an Oldsmo- Senior PlayIn all wondering who will have Estelle M., or Jo Ella should be candidacy for the office. of Tax for member of Hchool' Hoard from '
are "
able to tell you. They are seen Assessor of Hradford County, subject For Mrfcool Hoard DistrIct No. I, Lawtey. subject. to
the most stars next time. there often. to the Democratic Primary. I hereby announce my candidacy the will of the voters. In the primary ., .
I' the B. H .3. AuditoriumThat's about the May 7. I honorably .... for nomination as a member of the election' of May 7. If elected ,
supposedly dignified sen- We like to study I. 1.hn.tO
ami ;. the : If I will work for .the best Interest .
we'll be tonight; Myrtice what' that I hear ? Is Hchool Hoard from District Two
I were seen eating suckers; where Dutch boys and girls. We are elected l'proml..." a fall'. Impartialand ubject to the will of the Demo- ..f all schools In the county, Your i '
[what Is this world coming We'll have our part of the fun. learning many things about them he tall dark, and handsome;-was ecoriomUal ad m I nistration.tInc.r.iy ratio voters In ttie Primary Jo I..". vote and support will be appreciated '

And "star" so bright. it Harold ? : yours, Ion May 7. If elected I will dlll- '
sk Hugh and L. H. who the see every -some pretty Dutch songs too. LUCIAN O. HA ZEN. gently work for better Hradford Respectfully

two were. their best Now Jeanette P., you and Odell County: schools. Your vote and sup- J. S NORMAN.

The seniors are giving GRADE NEWS H. both can't fall for Brooker! fur Sheriff nradrord ('....1"" port appreciated
y J.'s car has sprouted aCute'a And you won't be up so late I THIRD To the voters of liradford County H.. ectfully. Ker Mchonl lieerd-IX.t. t

body. the word forgetting So come one and all to see the Our project "The Toy Store" is 'Wonder why Carl la always I hereby announce myself a candidate H. E. SPAnKs for I hereby announce my candidacy
sleepy? for re-election to the office of n-electlon as School Board
test- creating much interest Hherlff. and If nominated and. re. Fee School Ilosrd_'''... S member from District tine Lawtey.

'8 letters all the It starts at exactly eight. We have made posters with Ah. Sarah you should be more elected, I promise to continue my If elected, School I Board member In May the Democratic 1. My only primary promise electionof U that

from Georgia. Boys what bright colored pictures of mazy careful about hla ring althoughhis efforts honest to Impartial give a clean and fearless progressive ad., from District Three I will dls- I will continue to work for the best

this? This play is going to be fun to kinds of foods vegetables, heart is enough 'you can be ministration and enforcement of the charge' ability my, duty not being to .the swayed very best to and ofny county.Interest of ALL the schools In our

Y'8 the end. (cooked and uncooked), aa wellas the proud owner of two more law. I earnestly solicit. : :your sup fro for the unmerited benefit of : J. II. MOORR.
watch for port.
disappeared character are good and with his There any person but will stand strictly
when
day but It was returned. The all types of canned goods wearing ttag. ( A: O ANDRFU. to..n economical businesslikedmlnlstratlon. *

smart prices marked for each. are two hearts on the ring. ,, I will strive to For State ftenalor'

del and Douglas are always Why. it's next to Gone With The We have competent cashiers 'Bye . Foe "' ..erv1.or 1t..1..Uo. make Hradford County outstanding Union To and the Ilradford Democratic Counties Voters 'of. 4
In
educational work and will :
pg about school. Hum hum. Wind; who handle the money.Oh -Peeper. I wish the to office announce of :Supervisor'my candidacyfor of predate your support. ap. I hereby announce for the office
ti v. J believe that. anxious for it to start! O. C. KELLY.: of Mtate Henator aubject to the
You'll be so yea and a bank. Iteglstratlon of Bradford County of May 1940. If elected
rlaaIoa.t a happy little girl enjoying every minute "Who has the ball now?" she subject to the will of the voters In Primaries for an Increase In old
y. 'WonJer why? Grandma Goes Hollywood We are the o.D..Jm t .rrlmnr: of May 7. Ker School Ilnerd_0''... S age assistance, for the blind and
this unit. We have asked. feel of I wish to
of work in announce that I willb. crippled, .n'"' for orphans I will
peman waa stag Friday night Is really a scream real that looks like money "The referee"-and ao he had."Oh" carrying out the duties of this office a candidate for the office of cooperate with you people and
PtuV kinda lonesome too. Too one welcome to B. H. S. paper ; and promise to serve the peopie cbool Hoard Member from District guard your Interest at all times.
Every
We are learning many things she cooed. "I didn't know to the best of my ability. Tour Three, comprising Hampton. Ura- Your vote and support will be
Pda Lee vas 111. tonight; this unit of work. he was playtzvg." vote and support will be sincerely ham lirooker and New River. If highly appreciated.
be be "the cream' I I I Iodel8a from appreciated. elected I will perform my duties .
seeing to Sincerely
yoursDIUIW
| you next It's going teacher. -Punch Bowl.!
week.Susie.. Kelley. Mrs. Blgga. 3. T. Klckllter. In.a. business-like manner and give I!. DUKES.jil : .






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I ..DI"O:::) c3TY rI !..rAr:1. STAIN FLORIDA h1i1DAY. BL1ItCq &
: PAGVi FOVn .

C ,:, tihrimp-of which Roswell an] Officers To Be InstalledAt W. O. W. Meeting Toni J
U. D. C. Is Entertained \
mighty fond Well so am I !I Club Meeting ,
Woman's
and CLUBS I The Woodmen
SOCIETY of
By Three Hostesses Well, whadda I get ? ? ? meet In the the wok\

... Camera Carriers: Edwin St Officers for the Incoming year WOW hell'
_._ --- night at 7:30:
o'clock
------ ---- Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. P. E
---- -- "---- and
John ,Bill Graham, Ralph Rhodes I will) be installed at the regular all
i following program: Canova and Mrs. L. A. Davis were I hers are urged to ,
Baptist Intermediates Baptist W. M. S. Circles and Ruth Sternberg have beenwnappln" club meeting, Wednesday after- be
Len- hostesses at the home of the Light refreshment will J:
Spiritual Life Lesson-"A joint Wornan'9 be
of -
p' Dinner Hold Regular MeetingsThree a lot snoopshats I noon at 3:30: o'clock in the
Enjoy PartyThe ten Meditation," Miss Amy Co former on Walnut Street Wednesday I mean snooping a lot of snip- Club building.Mrs. -
W. burn. i afternoon at which time they; wellTakin'! All legal blank, pro
Intermediates of the Girls' Circles of the Baptist shots Oh president,
Duncan
: K. G. note*. retain flUe
W. T.
of the
entertained members
Auxiliary of the Baptist Church M. S. held their regular meetlnpMonda.y Prayer-Mrs. Will Blair. : Weeks Chapter U. D. C. ." a lotta pitchers lately Mostly I will preside over the business In stock by the Bradford now, ,,
o'clock But never
enjoyed a dinner party Tuesday afternoon at 3:00: "Karly, Woman's Missionary; 'sperimenting you Mrs. L. A. Canova Telegraph
night at 6:30: o'clock at the Baptist Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. II Society fork of the Louisiana' Arrangements of narcissi and can tell when sumpin' good will meeting. I
Pastorlum. A. Lawson. After the devotional Conference,"-Mrs. E. S. Mat other spring flowers were placed turn out Like that famous chairman of music will have

A color scheme of green, white service plans were made for the thews. throughout the lower floor of the shot A. E. Wall sneaked of Harold charge of the program. F "tGEnl;

and blue was carried out W*detail) gift to the Arcadia orphanage. "Methodist Women at Work in home.Mrs. several years ago Remember Hostesses for the afternoon will > I
l d af Arrangements were also made b y New Orleana"-Mrs. A. Z. Ad- L. A. Davis, president, ? Tor. The one of Harold Mrs. Hogan
in decorating for this lovely be Mrs. E. M. Davis,
the members of the society tc the business meet- read In' magazine But :
presided over a '
and '
narcissi kips
!( fair. Quantities of Dowllng Miss I' ITS!] '
make towels for the kitchen In ing and heard reports of the of- WHERE ? ? ? Am I bluah- Smith, Mrs. E. J.
other spring! flowers were placed An amusing letter from Noreen
the ficers. Miss Middleton, ln'11! t Earnestine! Buddington, Mrs W.
annex. Madge
to advantage in the living room Dunn-Mrs. E. L. Matthews. :And otI Functional Smm toe.
1 and dining room where the young During the social hour Mrs, secretary read the minutes of the On the slckllst : Ree Thede to B.' Mundy Mrs. E. K. Perrymanand KIDNEY WEAKN
tne
the social
entertained. Lawson served her guests delici- During period previous meeting. Mrs. E. K home with appendicitis The Mrs. James A. Lewis. T.** :LDAkS sew sad hu...
were
;j' people refreshments. three hostesses served their guests Perryman, treasurer, gave the WORST of company '. Ditto t .... dYsd.t. y..........ad w
1 Three tables for the guests were ous a tempting refreshment course of Tngeaab.easy .ad anralp
p met the Pas- financial report and Miss Olive Lillian Sternberg Margaret ;...turd Odow-Lou .t _
2 at
Circle No. Ianrr.palw
In the dining room, each home made
placed hot tea, sandwiches Ray registrar, and Miss Amelia Whittemore laid up with an in- Dlmta.... k..enee.taeeeoeal .
,covered with a white cloth and torium with Mrs. A. E. Lighlfoot cookies and mints. KUbwy and Bladd..
chairman of cemetery committee fected foot Rosa Mae Burtonto
small blue bowls Mrs. R. A.,Thomas lead the devotional Ray HOLLAND KIOAN3 work aaturanr.] Thor
with D and Mrs. W. rIj
Mrs. L. Vining
Centered
Interesting reports. arrive Friday from Rome (Ga. and kidder to fuiwrtio.
:holding arrangements of narc us I. using as her .Biblical O. Halle entertained members of gave .........Ur.Tbw k_P th. kM
j holders bal- material the 34th Psalm. Following Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, chairman of; -not Mussolini) to rest up aftera POR, GOVERNOR morn fnM fram..... .matter, ..d.
in
crystal home of Mrs.
Green tapers Circle.No. 2 at the
nil .
music, announced that several recent operation The prurat dl.tr..nd uTj
anced the central embellishments.White the devotional Mrs. Vinlng. I .A **"* s. boa kidney 0.. 'hW
out seals from the ;songs would be presented at the In The Mail Bag: From Frank low. They an Kfflatont.: Bf, q
cards with green stars the Thomas gave Mrs L. D. Green leader con- the Landrum, Young Demo. pres. of Be It said to his credit that ....r tboo.ir.iU ......... mthMordltw .
emblem of the auxiliary markedthe mission study class and then told ducted the business meeting and I next few meetings so that I '1'..... to direction* _
places for the guests an Interesting story about mis- heard the reports of the different members could select one for thechapter's B. C.- he Is not a fence straddler. brine dared Mmlta or Uw trial bf
"My dear Carolyn: You have MONEY BACK GUARAN
dinner the regular officers. Mrs. I. P Shepherd use.
Following sions.Mrs. made several dirty digs In your
KXtt: ll.M wltkme dnfcu.2 .
..
business meeting was held, and T B. Harding, orphanage chairman of finance gave a fine -Mrs.- E. K. perryman made a 'colyum' regarding this organization CENTRAL FLORIDA ]KIDAN8. U_ m!. 4a t
March Week of Prayer was chairman, reported the distribu- of the financial status of nttraly mMM with &BSUL7,
report committee
the motion that the cemetery -
and have stated that we (ORLANDO) TIM>:S. ctlMT box to tb.. uu.. dranritt .d
s observed. Mrs. Van H. Carden tion of tracts. Arrangementswere the circle. of the U. D. C. meet with neglect the women and do not money wffl b. t.fimd..<.. Start lID
had charge of the program and in made 'for sending the Easter Mrs. L. C. Ray had charge of Carl Johns and his committeeand give them the recognition which fl!!yr VMM todaji. KIDANS !Iiay

a novel manner presented the lesson box to the girl sponsored at Arcadia the program and presented Mrs. arrange for cleaning the cemetery they deserve. CARPENTER'S DRUG STOti

of the Week of Prayer to her orphanage. A. Wood, who led in the devo- before Easter or before "The Young Democratic Clubsof

listeners. She had one large The personal service for March tional service. April 26th at the latest. The motion the 2nd Congressional District
the Church and meetIngs "Methodism Pioneering in Negro ANN PAGE-Easily Prepared)
heart to represent will be two cottage Prayer was carried. will meet at Crystal Lake on the
to representthe held at Mrs. P. M. Education" discussed by Mrs.L. 8 ox.ru,, I
fourteen small ones to be was Miss Amelia Ray, historian, 16th of this month for a confer- Spaghetti
home missions. Barefoot's Tuesday, March 12, at F. Smith. Mrs. Pearl Simp-
presented Mrs.. L. G. Powell, who ence, fish supper and general
During the meeting the following 3:00: o'clock and at Mrs A. A. son, Mlsa Kate Struth and Mrs. reviewed the life of Sidney Lanier good time. The ladies are in- Macaroni or Elbows 5c
elected President Jordan's of the State Farm at Titus Olson gave interesting ex-
officers were : Miss Ray then gave an Interesting vited. There will be delegates
-Miss Geraldine SIlcox; Vice- the same time. cerpts from the study topic, paper on Montgomery, Ala., the from every club In this district NATIONAL BISCUIT COMP.W: |
President-Miss Alice June Hard- The meeting was closed with "Methodism At Work in New
cradle of the Confederacy, and an- with plenty of goodlooklng men
ing; Treasurer Miss Collette prayer by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Orleans." nounced that the next general In attendance. Let this letter EXCEL SODA
Green; Secretary Miss Georgia .At the conclusion of the meet- will be held there.
Delightful refreshments of convention serve as your ticket and come on
Gilpln. I punch and cake were served at ing Mrs. Vining and Mrs. Haile During the social hour the three out and be with us. I ,OR GRAHAM CRACKERS

Those present to enjoy the the close of the business meeting. served a delicious salad course to hostesses served delicious chicken "By the way have you paid

meeting were: Misses Collette I Mrs. W. L. Wall was hostess to the eighteen guests present, salad, open faced sandwiches saltines your dues?" . 2-1 Lb. Pkgs. 17cl

Green. Alice June Harding, GeraldIne Circle No.3. The meeting was and hot tea to their guests. Have I paid my dues ? ? ? .

Silcox. Georgia Gilpin, opened with sentence prayers by Three Hostesses EntertainAt Those present were: Mrs. E. K. Is that nice Frank? I'm DRY SALT WHITE ICKBERO 2 HetiJ

Betty Jean Wade, Betty Ruth the members.The Sunday School PartyMrs. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee blush In' with embarrassment 15cS
Ferryman BACON Lb. lOc LETTUCE
Anders, Ruth Powell) Ruby Sll minutes of the previous Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. W L. thanks for the invitation, anyhooand .
cox Merle Hall, Sara Barefoot, meeting were read by Mrs. Burton E. L. Williams, Mrs. Sam Wall, Misses Olive and Amelia I'll be there I Mrs. Van H. Carden, Nancy Light- : Anderson, and Mrs. W. H. Smith Lambe
Rosier, secretary Ray, Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs. A. Z. way Dolly just saw BUTTER, Lb. 35c APPLES, 3 Lbs. tOe|
foot, Mrs. T. B. Harding, leader Requirements for the Orphanage were Joint hostesses Friday nightat Adklns. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs.J. that part about the "..oodIookingmen" OLEOMARGARINE GREEN HEADCABBAGE
and the Rev. and Mrs. A, E. box were discussed and plans the home of the former when and wants to know if she
W. E. L.
Andrews. Mrs. Biggs,
XJghtfoot. were made to meet them. they; entertained members of the can come along too ? ? 7 NUTLEY, Lb. lOc Lb 2c|
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss Madge I
9 Mrs. Wall served chicken salad, Wesley Adult Sunday School Classof Middleton, and Mrs..George Roberta Ooooooo What's that SYCAMORE JELLIED FANCY Bund I

Auxiliary To Meet sandwiches, and hot coffee to the the Methodist Church at a delightful Mrs Hal Edwards, and Mrs. strange feeling comin' over me SOUSE, Lb. 15c CARROTS __ 5c|
ten members and one visitor pres Informal party. Effle Miner of all of a sudden? Could it be
Lawtey.
SUNNYFIELD PURE KILN DRIED SWEET
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the The living room and dining spring fever? No I do
Presbyterian Church will meet ent.The Young Matron's Circle met rooms, opening ensulte, were at- believe I'm gonna bust out In LARD, 2 Lbs. 17c Potatoes, 3 Lbs. lOc

.4 Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at Monday night at the home of Mrs.' tractively decorated with arrange- ment of dainty sandwiches, hot i poetry, folks Hold everything -

+ the home of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. A. E. LIghtfoot. The devotional ments of daffodils,. yellow jasmine, tea, and candy. The Easter motif I am! .
Mrs. T. N. Kendrick will lead the was led by Mrs. L. A. Canova,I and narcissi. was carried out In detail. Ditties In praise of all my little HABITANT GRANULATE

devotional service and Mrs. C. F using passages from Isaiah Daniel,i During the evening games and Those enjoying this delightful friends whose birthdays come this Canadian Style FACTORY PACKED

Ward will have charge of the pro- the Gospels, and Acts. She dls' contests, under the direction of affair with Mrs.. Williams, Mrs. week:
PEA SOUP SUGAR
: gram. cussed "Missions" In a very Interesting Mrs. N.,, D. Wainwright, Jr., were Smith, and Mrs. Anderson were: March 9

s -. way. enjoyed. Those winning novelty the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robln- Salutations to Paul Raymon', NO. 2', CAN 5 POUNDS

We will pay 5-eents per pound Mrs. Lightfoot sketched brieflythe I prizes In the contests were Mrs.T. Ion. Mr. and Mrs. T...T. Long, Mr. A guy you cannot put the blameon
for boiled cotton rags meeting ear book "Give Ye Them To Eat. T. Long.'Mrs. 'W, H. Hart W. and Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mr. and 9c 25c

(approval' No button or oldpao. Mrs. Van H. Carden led the mem- B. Sewell. and the Rev. Frank Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., Miss March 10

i .... Bradford County Tele- bers in a beautiful prayer. Robinson.The Ruth Johnson Mrs. E. L Mat- Jim Godwin's1 always hale and ARl\fOURS-DELICIOUS

.graph. At the close of the meetingMrs. three hostesses served their thews, L. D. Vlning,.W. B. Sewell, hearty.
Lightfoot served assorted guests a tempting refreshment W. H. Smith E. L. Williams and He's the life of any party! TREET, 12 Oz. Can ________ __ 25c|
---- canapes, tea cakes, and punch. course, consisting of an aasort- Sam Anderson. March 10 1 B.'CAN S LB. CA1

LAFFIT-OFF! Those present with the hostess ''---tt1 I Greetings, Dennis known as
were: Mrs. S. P. Vandirlere, Mrs. "Candy"; SPRY .. 19c __ ,.._ ..._ .. 53c|

Earl Searing, Mrs. E. L. Riggs, Carolyn Callstreet Like all the gals I think you're 50 MULE TEAMBORAX.
Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. Robert dandy!
Bell, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. W B March 11 4 Oz. Package ______ 5c|

Vlundy, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. L Here's to Davis Rawson J.
15c|
A. Canova Mrs. Richard Kldd, She Becomes LlIrical-lJl..lube It's Springa A sure nuff wit, In his own dry BORAXO, 8 Oz. Package ________

Mra. Orle Wiggins Mrs. James A. FLEISCIIMANS EAT IT FOR HEALTH
.
H'lo folks Well, spring has letter this week from Bill Wainwright way

Lewis Mrs. L. F. Dinklna Mrs. sprung! At least I hope so, way up In Winnipeg Can-- March 11 YEAST, Cake ____ ________ ___ .. 3c|
and Miss Pat
Van H. Carden
Good teachers mus' be awful
It's not time to ada .
urrir'orit Lamb. though quite yet There's one Bradford STALEY'S
check up and see if ole man moth County boy who's' cert'nly seein smart,
has made an 18-hole course out the country An' 'makln good, Including, naturally, Edna Hart! CUBE STARCH; 3-8 Oz. Pkgs. tOe|

o 'r Methodist W. S. C. S. of last summer's bathing suit too But that's no surprise March 13

0 Met Monday AfternoonThe Of course we'll have a little chilly I knew Bill had what it takes It my good wishes for Anderson,
weather around Easter Just Is Mrs. Joe Wilson tryln' to Alice SCOCO COMPOUND BLUE ROSERICE

two circles of the Worn enough to keep us gain from start a new fad or sumpin? Came true, she'd soon be In a LARD

tom.S .. an'. Society of Christian Service wearln that new dress we've beg- Unnerstand she appeared at her palace.

met Monday afternoon at 3:00: o'- ged.. borrowed or stolen The bridge club Monday night with March 13 2 POUNDS (Balk) 5 POUNDS
tl Ny_1 AhiIN" clock for the regular business and should have written "In I surely miss, since she went
.l lean't *. poet only one earring 'Unique, eh 19c 20c
program meeting. 'spring a woman's fancy strongly what? Hope she didn't catch whence
: .
let trouble
f M.J> Uf ME Mrs. J. W. White. Misses Olive turns to thoughts of clothes" cold Petite personality Hlldabelle

i fa/ran and Amelia Ray were joint hostesses And how !r. ..'s been along Decllne-and-fall-of-A Bence! .
..o'...... from tAftlcrao t hIe 11 cHem 8 March 13 TALCO 25 Pound Bag
at the home of the formerto winter and we're anxious to
..**door : High School jitterbugs have
..r. members of Circle No. 1. see ourselves In something light, usurped the tennis court and To spread on the nice words CHICK FEED ____.__ __ 59c
,. are
t .t.ggmm. ... Mrs. E. K. Perryman, leader, bright and I'll take blue holding matinee jam sessions about Carpenter, Powell TALCO 25 Pound Bag
opened the meeting with prayer Collltch Capers: My whatta Robert Jackson furnishes the I'd need a shovel and a trowel!

and presided over the business crowd of localltes Galnesville music via his p. a. system The March 15: EGG MASH _____ _____ 63c
HARDLDC.WALLI routine. Minutes of the previous: last week-end to take in one of: red dust from the clay courts wa I know that Mr. Duncan-Bill TALCO 100 Pound Bag

meeting were read by Mrs. L. A. i the many Military Ball functions! flyin" thick and fast Tuesday afternoon Will reach the heights by means

Davis, secretary and the financial Edith Rowe, Lillian Stern Even tourists were of quill. EGG MASH ______---- $2.49

'*NERAL NfUt ANE report was given by MisAmelia berg Margaret Pearce, Myrtice stopping along the highway to March 15 TALCO 25 Pound Bag
i YOU HAVE,] Ray. Miss Olive Ray Ruth J. F. Klckllter-"Uncle Jim"-
I Killingsworth, Sternberg, watch the merriment .
PLEASE PHONE chairman of courtesy committee, Arch Thomas, Jr., Emmett Perry- Local lovebugs will find a good Everyone thinks well of him! SCRATCH FEED ___ ____ 49c

i also gave her report man. Frances Peek, Ferol Jones parking spot spoiled when a night Whew! After all that poesy TALCO 100 Pound Bag

Miss Olive Ray presented the Jimmy Peek Maxine Noegel, watchman goes on at the Farmers I'm too exhausted to do anythingbut GROWING MASH $2.39
_____
--- Ethel Taylor Pat Lambe Dorothy Market late this
month wish you farewell folks ,
Lambe, Dorothy White Billy i Unnerstand the space behind the See you at the Senior play to- TALCO 100 Pound Ba ff

Graham Mrs. W. B. Sewell Virginia far end of the platform has been night! Unnerstand it's terribly DAIRY FEED-24 p. c. .. $2.13
L and Gale ditto, and oodlesof awful popular lately From sophisticated an' all that sort of

SPRINGIcent(; others. These Starkeltes the looks of those deep ruts In thing Better not miss It _
cert'nly get around And in the mud someone musta got stuck So long IONABEANS IONASWEET

the mos' intereatln places tother night Carolyn.. with pork PEAS
Edith Lillian, Margaret and A great big typographical orchidto .
Ferol rated the tea dance and the Mrs. F. H. Long who claims the U Excess Acid causes 2-18. Oa. Cans LARGE SIZE

evening affair Sattiday A distinction of being the oldest FREE'' J'OUp.ln.01 Stomach 9c No. 2 Can lOc
S and Elva Lee Manassa and Frow member of the local M. E. Church t Ulcers. Indigestion

Strickland were also seen at the (On basis of membership, not
BbatingCaaHeartburnB.lehing. I
Sat. night melee The Kay I age. of course) She's been S Small Package Large FackiM
a N....*.,gt a Iris sample of UDCA
_Kyser d Koncert_ In the stadium member since turning 12 and a fr.. Interacting booklet atCARPENTER'S OXYDOL __ __ 25c ______ ____ 20c
Friday night drew a crowd of 5.- Overheard: let County Candi- .

000 and deserved it It's O. K. date-"I'm beginning to get wor- DRUG STORE LUX Toilet Soap, 2 Bars _____ ____ lie

Kyser from now on with me ried" 2nd Ditto-"Why?" S SmaQ Package Large PackageR
B. Strickland (Miami) and tat .C. C.-"Cause
\ my opponent
MARCIIJ131415 Homer Strickland (U. of F.) in doesn't look worried!" Politics INS 0 2Sc __ __ _____ 20c

town Sat. looking up old friendsThey're politics It won't be long w S Small Packages Large Package I
frequent visitors at fowl! ,
the lake in the summertime Speed Harvey and Charles LUX FLAKES_ 25c __ ____ _._ 21c
An' speakin' of the lake I can Creighton in town
Sunday afternoon
LIFEBUOY tIc
Toilet
hardly wait till It warms up .Speed hasn't changed abit Soap, 2 Bars __ _

t enough for the first dip of the in spite of his weighty job asspress
; Stock Up On Your L season Bath tubs always did agent In Plant City Old-Fiwhloned Rock Ground'INNF..R P" PEARL

and Summer cramp my style I like plentyof Seems the Jan. weather hit the 1NO MEAL
Spring
water when I go washln' strawberry bizness there an awful GRITS
Drug Store NeedsCARPENTER'S Add Similes: As tragic as the blow and Speed's favorite moan 5 POUNDS POUNDS

funnies I have the blues all now is "-before the freeze got lOc 12c

day long after my mornin' peekat us" WONDER liE SMILES

the comics Do hope Dick The Big Winnah! :.. '. Leola
Tracy gets outta Jail, and Axel Roberts got the set of aluminum He Eats Regularly:

j E (the villain) won't kidnap orphan given away by Carpenter's .. A&PFOODSTOREOwned
Annie, and that Dixie Dugan'spowder Tmterstand she had a hundred At The

,r The Rexall Store puff prizefighter will makea percent on those corrections In and Operated by The Great Atlantic and
IK//-Y{ comeback Ain't It awful? apellln' She gave Roswell Orange Blossom Pacific Tea Company
ta .,-. Not a giggle in a galley Noegel the fryln1 pan 'cause It Cafe "STARKE

Unnerstand the Telegraph had I looked like a good pan for fryin' FLORIDA3

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", 11.CII: 8, 1940 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE+ FIVE

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I each week .flt ,,the time and place I the Sea Scout Patrol. Announce- 4
r BITS of :LOCAL NEWS Butter Manufacture I Boy ScoutsTroop appointed by the Coxswains Robinson ment will be made when this) 1

Being ConsideredRoy and Thoma Patrol U open for applicants.The I
_
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u --- --- Actual construction of the Hula Bat and Panther Patroia \ ,
Lnd Mrs. J. M. Brownie Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch were Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Naswort ; Mathews, who recently In. 70 Boy Scouts s ot and Land Ship will commence next are completing plan for an over- :
esday In Jacksonville business visitors In Jacksonvil; were guests! Sunday of Mr. and'' stalled pasteurizing equipment at America, met Tuesday night I In week on the Scout lot adjoiningthe night hike and camp the latter' ..1
Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. McLendon In Jackscvllle. his dairy south E. Dunham of'Jacksona this week that he would consiier First Methodist Church under the the material has already been de- will be by the Assistant Scoutmaster 1
visitor here Saturday Billy Blakely of Waldo spent the production of butter for (the Direction of the Scoutmaster, the livered to the lot. and the Patrol Leaders. 1
I the week-end here with Lyle Am Mrs. T. K. McClane and lon, market if he was assured of II Rev. Frank Robinson, and the aialstant Scouting In all phases of Its '
nd Mrs. B. Jacobs wer erson. T. K. III, are spending several sufficient volume of cream from Scoutmaster, the Ret program IK developing in a fine NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE
in Jacksonville Sunday. : weeks in Gainesville with rela- county farmers with one or more Charles Allen. way among these boys. Others Northbound
and tives. dairy cows. The opening conaUte member- No. 2 Leaves 0:28 A. M. Stop I
Mrs. K. G. Duncan '!!. O. ceremony are urged to apply for
,nd Mrs. L. A. Rennold L. Beasley spent Monday In Local business men, who have of the Pledge of Allegiance to the ship In this Troop and prepare No. 102 Leave- 6:23 A. M. FUg
Iday afternoon in Galnes Gainesville.Vote Miss Marjorie Stump of Altha) recently been stressing the need Flag and the Scout Oath and themselves for Camping and hiking No. 108 Leaves 5:36 P. M. FlagNo.
will spend the week-end here with of new Industries /In Bradford Laws, also a short talk by the activities during the summer 102 Arrive 1:50: P. M.
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. County, welcomed the Idea and Scoutmaster. under capable leadership. For application -: SouthboundNo.
for J. F. KICKLJTEK: lor be ;
farmers who
nd Mr F. H. Box spent I of Stump. are urging might During the patrol room period In the Troop see the 1 Leaves 11:35: P. M. Stops
.
Supervisor Rental tlor touch with
r In
your ; Interested to get
In Jackson- Rob- No. 191 Leave 10:53: P. M. FagNo.
"afternoon, Pd. Pol. Ad. the Assistant Scoutmaster, Senior Scoutmaster, the Rev. Frank
)
( discuss the
I Mrs. Edward Wolf of Jackso! Mr. Mathews and detail.It proposition Patrol leaders George Flynn and inson. No applications are being 107 Leaves 9:30 A. M. Flag
vllle Is the guest of her broths in greater Mike Dew were In charge of this accepted at the present time in No. 101 Leaves 7:00: A. M. Stops
Delores Toole of Jenningi Miss Alma Murrhee of Gainesville in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. was also, pointed out that 0 group. The Scoutmaster tool ..
was visiting relatives her loans may be obtained through;
uest this week of :Miss E. M. Davis. charge of the Sea Scout Patrol
the Farm Security Administration -
Tuesday night.
Lamb. being assisted by Coxswain Frank
for the purpose of purcha I
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murph; Robinson, in, and Assistant Coxswain HOW WILL YOU
Mr. and Mrs. Van II. Cnrdei ing dairy cattle. ,
of Lawtej
R. E. Mathews and family of Palatka were Sonny Ilaynea.
butter locally
The manufacture of -
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R spent friends Sunday and relatives.in Ocala will guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. V. would be a substantial BOUT Attendance was excellent, only LOOK \

some.EFaWord. B. Harrell. of additional revenue for farme 3 members of the Troop being
-- absent. Attendance for the )
pas THIS EASTER?
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and Mrs. D.) of the county, and would also
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale wIU several months has ranged neat
A. Monteith mean another payroll for the
spent Tuesday ln
spend Sunday In Madison with 95 per cent at each meeting Progress -
Jacksonville.Mrs. community.
Mt. Sale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. has been made In all patrols'
J. H Sale. and the boys. are working hard on'' The Clar-Jean
TO BUY cows and E. S. Matthews and Mrs Friends of Clayton Stricklai advancement in rank Merit
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ED
Market prices paid on nil E. L. Matthews. spent Friday in Mrs. Sam Anderson left Wednesday will be Interested to know that i 1 heI Badges, and in Patrol Projects. Shoppe

J. D. ODOM box 247, Gainesville.W. for Rome, Ga., for a brief< I recently announced his candidacy Discussion was centered aroundthe
as a member of the Clay County Kite Flying contest of FridayIn I
e, Fla. 3311y1'.pDsterlllzed P.; Randall of Jacksonvillt visit with her parents, Mr. and 1
Stricklar '
School Board. Mr. which prizes will be awarded
Mrs. J. F. Burton.
(boiled) cots was visiting friends here Wednes 'I. makes his home on Kingsley Lak to the winning patrol and to the Presenting :

with no buttons. No' day afternoon. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and winning Individual Scout. I "New Fashions keyed to ,\
Will pay :5-cents Per Miss Lillie Thomas of Jacksonville Mrs. E. R. Struth and! your I The monthly Court of Review ,
Friends of B. Jacobs will
those meeting: our regret Mre'l was announced for Tuesday night,, "
for were week-end guests of Mr. and son, Ronny, accompanied by personality.
to learn that he Is confined to his! your
val. Bradford. County Mrs. W. M. Wimberly.Mrs. George Roberts and son of Law-i March 19, at 7:30: o'clock. Every
aph. UJ.EBrand home because of illness. ley, spent last week In Delai i applicant must have all papers In They're new I They're different -
Charles Pergola and Mrs. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. the hands of the Scoutmaster not
new 5-room Miss Margaret Sykea of Jacksonville II
,\ Carl Flories of Jacksonville were J. H. Tatum. later than Monday night, March They're Exciting
Modern In every detail o Is the house guest this of their mothe, 18 In order to be entitled to appear -
S2.50O F. H. A. week of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. guests recently I I \
[location. before the Court. The Main
Mrs.! H. H. Young. Mrs. H. G. Tucker had as guests and
I Wilson Realty Corp. It .-- over the week-end her aunt and Court of Honor will be held In

ENT In Starke-Two ate Mr. and Mrs. Van II. Carden Mr. and 'Mrs. J. L. Gentry attended cousin Mrs. P. S. Ilutto and Phillip Jacksonville Thursday, March 28, With Easter only I three
In Ocala with
modern bungalows In spent Sunday the meeting of State Hutto, of Savannah, Ga., and at 81M.
[ful location, close In. Ap- friends and relatives. Farmers' Market managers 1 in another cousin, Mrs. Thcmi Patrol Leaders and Assistant three weeks away it's high
will .be
Patrol Leaders
meeting
Hughs of Syracuse, N. Y r I
Irs. W, H. Nollman, Be- Sanford last Friday. "
Little Miss Janet Anderson held each Monday afternoon at '
Fla. It spent several days this week at Vote for J. F. KICKLITER for Among those from here attendIng 3:15: at the home of the Assistant time you gave some serious t i
TRAINING-In Air Sampson with Joan Smith. exhibition baseball Scoutmaster, the Rev. Charles
the
gan
CAL your Supervisor of Ktstrutloi; thought to your Spring ,
Allen. Leader and Assistant t
Jtioning including Heatd' (Pd. Pol. Ad.) In Palatka Sunday afternoon were Every
Refrigeration. Train- Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Mlns Harriet WJ. P. Smith, W. P. Smith Ji, Is expected to be present each wardrobe I:
work and Bishop. and Nina Bishop and Comer week. Sea Scout Crews will meet rv
Includes shop Mrs. F. A. Canova and two judge E. K. Perryman
I actual : spent Saturday in Jacksonville. ,
practice on operat- daughters of Gainesville were Perryman.
RHEUMATIC PAINA
qulpment acquired at abf : Wednesday afternoon of 1
$90,000. Whole training I Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent the Mrs.guests E. E. Canova. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. BrownU DANGER SIGNALIt LET YOUR DAUGHTER '\ '
imj; worked out with help: week-end in Ocala as the guest of and daughter Madge, spent the
atlonally recognized engt-' Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dossey. Mrs. G. V. Phillips and Mr week-end In DrLand with Col. and may be nature saying "8omethlrig Springboard into Easter in one of our latest models. :

and executives, and corned Jack Denham of Lake City werweekend Mrs. J. E. Futch. They were accompanied Wrong." Act quickly. Make New silks and sheers coming in almost daily. ;:
by more than 100 lead- Congressman R. A. Green of guests! of Mrs. Berth home by :Mrs. Futcl, ibis 4-day test. Keep kidneys active +:1 .
D. C., the weekend acid Make Easter Sunday Services a memorial for your ;
nanufacturers. Write for Washington spent who will remain here until the same on bowel Esteem 1 '
a ;- no obligation. Ad- here with his family.Mr. Pearce. latter part of the week. and other waste should be regularly loved ones. Send flowers to the church of your 11'1'

i INDUSTRIAL TRAINING Friends of A. A. Durden wl1l eliminated or it can loud to choice. Place your order NOW ;,
|-ITITE.; INC., Box 395, and Mrs. E. L. Mol pus spent regret to learn that he Is confine Mrs. W. E. Torode, and Mrs. rheumatic pain, backache, headache Member of F T. D. A, : ,
ford County Telegraph. ItpbA the week-end in Tampa with Mr. to St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville J. W. Andrews, accompanied fcVIr. getting up nights, burning, k//, I
and Mrs. C. W. Whitehead because of illness. and Mrs. George Roberts and frequent or wanty flow. Use a !
family of six or VIrs. Effie Miner of Lawtey spent kidney evucuant. Get BUKETS CLAR JEAN SHOPPE

to pick strawberries and Miss Martlle Hemingway attended Julian Griffis will return tonight Sunday at Jacksonville Beach a from an dniggutt. Your 25o bark : i
her farm work. Apply to : the Military Ball and other to Norfolk,* Va., after spendIng guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. Itoberls .If not pieiuied. Locally at CarpenIerb Phone 97

Canon Itp festivities In Gainesville last week' "some time here with his parents Drug Store.

STRAYED OR STOLEN- end. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griff Ii .
[ Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward and
[grown, part chow, maley. Mr, and :Mrs. D. P. Orr and Mr. Mrs. A D. Williamson returne heir house guests, Mr. and Mrs. f
| Light red color. Notify and Mrs. Ralph Gardner of North Saturday to her home In Brader, 0. P. Orr and Mr. and Mrs. Ralp FREJO DELIVERY
e! Jackson. ItpISHED Branch, Mich., were week-end after enjoying u visit herewith Gardner of North Branch, Mich,
ton
-Downstairs apart- guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blahoj (pent Sunday afternoon In Jacksonville S. R. Johns PHONE
with private bath. ApplyS. LJglow and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. as guests of Mr. and Mr

R. Johns. Up Ward. Little Jeannette McLendon of 1. L. McDowell and family.

Orlando Is spending two week
here with her grandparents, Mi Among those attending the Kay 45
NAT SEZ: and Mrs.. E. S. Matthews.Mr. Friday night were: Mr. and Mr
Kids get a big kick out of their and Mrs. H. A. Durden and C. A. Knight. Mr. andMrs., H. C. & Sons I PLENTY 0V PARKING r
It benJC4" Miss Dot Bishop, Billy
Easter eggs, and wouldn't family of DeLand were guest tltch. SPACENKAB
would bring UN week-end of Mr. Durden'sparents 'owell. Billy Long and Come '
if the rabbit last '
9
4) Tim 8 A. L. DEPOT
.: h'r Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dot- 'erryman. '
'4t grownups a nice new IL CASH AND CARRY PRICES

drew or a nifty light spring suit? den. Wedding Invitation a specialty, I

Unfortunately, rabbits lire just an Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and son, rlnted, engraved or embotmed- SPRY I
unkind aa Santa Claus when it Bobble, of Leesburg were guest Iradford County Telegraph OUR SPECIAL 49

comes to dealing with us ousters hate, last Dt-other-ln-law week-end and of sister Mrs. ,Cottrell'Mr. and MILLIONS USE THIS COFFEE, Pound 15 C 3 Pounds .' C e!, 11Staley's

no I gue** you folk will Just Get relief from acld-lndlgeatlor
to rely on Stcrnlterjf'M for your VIrs. W. B. Sewell. Take Bisma-Rex, the 4-actIon ant PEANUT t .,

Easter eutfitlem's Griffis will be< acid powder which neutralize 20c
J.
Friends of A. 10 BUTTER 2 Ibs.
glad; to learn that he returned tohis acid, expels gas, relieve heartburn STARCH, 3 for C ,
the stomachs
and soothes
home Wednesday after being
Heal Class Blsma-Rex 50 dose bottlefor 'III '
luy a
Vincent's Hospital
confined: to St. PEACHES.
In Jacksonville because of illness' COc, at the Rexall Drug Stor Fancy YorkAPPLES lOc
Carpenter's Drug Store iitarke. I 3 Ibs. IOC NO. 21.2 CAN

Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- .

ITYWLUBLWII urn In and Inverness family spent with Mr.the weekend Land--- SMOKED TOMATOES 1

urn's.andrum.parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, A GOT THE URGE BACON, Lb. 10 C NO. 2 CAN 6c :


Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren, Miss SUGAR SAUSAGE ,i if
Lorraine Smith, and Miss Frances U 23c 15c
Peek spent the week-end In Tallahassee -I 5 Pounds MEAT, Lb. I
with Mr. and Mrs. C. Cmith. .

i Fat Hens-Dressed Chase & Sanborn ,

summer wear nouIg > Mrs.' S. S. Dowling and daugher Alive lb. 15c COFFEE, lb. 20ci
or ,
Dowling spent k
Miss Nettle
quite equals genuine
Jacksonville with .
week-end in '
he ,
(kite, buck for cooling itrs. Dowllng'a sister, Mrs. James tIrt. Pork Relish or Salad \
kxlbold. 1 0 20c '
amfort or City Club SHOULDER, lb. C DRESSING, Quart "

Mrs. J. J Rlgdon is spending
ling for appearance. his week In Jacksonville with her Kitchen : '

and sons Mrs.and Lacy daughters-in-law Rlgdon and Mr Mr., 2 LETTUCE For 15 C MATCHES, 2 For 5 C t .f t l'

and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon.

6.00r Mr. and Mrs Milton Brownlee Everybody likes to Swifts Ron Bradford CClunty 1'iJ y i
oitalneavllle 3 25
,
and daughter, Catherine 33c LARD '
Lb. can r
r were guests Monday work in the gardenFIX BUTTER, rI '
of r Mr. Brownlee's parents Mr. I

and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. CUTS-Spring Lamb TOILET i .
(,t YOUR YAM CHOICE ,
1Oc
nL MZESml Gertrude Heer- TISSUE 3 for '
of ,
Friends
ti'' WI3THSla EASTER Western Meats ld
Ing. formerly of Starke and Green UP FOR Veal and d

;y Cove Springs. will regret to learn

'w r of'the recent death of her mother,. Ladies Hoe __.____ 65c -r Fertilizer
+ 3" spite oi their wore expensive Ira.: Hugo Linder of St. Peters.irg Wilson 8 TooDler
Steel Lawn Rakes 60e r
-' looks,City Club shoes ar*

t p i w, moderately priced and grve Miss Edith Rowe, J, B. Rowe, Common Garden Rakes 60c Just Received-Shipment of

t J you more for your money.STERNBERCT. a sfl9. and Clyde from Rome Rowe Ga.will, where return they tonight Flose Nozzles 30c & 75e Strawberry Special, per ton 25 00 CHOICE TIMOTHY HAY r

Burton .
visited( Mr. and Mr. C. F.

hey Mra. Burton will be,accompanied who will spend horns two by BRADFORD Be Sure To Use Stanly's Crow

'eks here. I 47.5 Bradford Repellent Before Planting Corn
27' 50' j
HARDWARE CO.
Vote for /. F. KICKLTTER for SpecIal, per ton 60c and $1.00r ;
7OW' Supervisor of Registration.
(Pd. Pot Ad.) I

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PAGE SIX a1ltADFORO rotWTY' TELLGfAPH STAIIKE, FLORIDA' FlU IU Y.
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As a result of this cooperationand Fat Stock Show State Experiment -
FARMERS' SECTION I I LIVE STATE NEWSCIGAR Station
I expenditure of millions of I logist.Th flllot
... dollars, the tick Is now on its Draws Finest Steers ... _
---
._ ._ _. -, e enruiy mold, Dl,
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last legs. Government and state 1'JRaot
Ever Seen In State plains Is a fungus that.
MINTS FOR TIIEHOUSEHOLD RURAL I workers are ready to administerthe PRODUCTION UP NO INDUSTRIAL "SHRIMP" sweetish liquid given off grown,i

COMMON SENSE. 1 knockout blow. "They're the finest bunch of Tampa,-This city's cigar output St Augustine,-This city's ex- flies end scale Insects by \\'bJ
Research has shown swamp deerto steers over assembled in Florida." last month was greater by about cellent harbor and transportation Insects are quite common A.

PLAIN AND FANCY ROLLS TICK-INFESTED DEER be a host for a tropical varietyof That's the way both the Judge, 3,000.000 than during the same facilities denia and cape jasmine bull
have aided in
I the tick. Well, It', Impossibleto Professor L. V. Starkey of Clem- month a year ago. according to creating a Florida, the
Baking day with fresh bread for I Cattlemen are greatly concernedover dip wild deer as one would dip son College and buyers rated the internal revenue bureau records. major industry. One hundred unsightly mold appearance has rl) .
treat for the recent ban placed on the been
supper has been a family cattle. twenty-four documented shrimp
heavy entries In the sixth annual by many home-owners
generations.But elimination of tick-infested deer After many years of building, Florida Fat Stock Show and SaleIn ANOTHER HOLDUl'Miami boats, with a tonnage of 2,252, sail the bush of the mold To tip',
there's always special cause from the Seminole Indian reservation > Florida cattlemen have raised Jacksonville February! 27 and Two armed, masked out of here in search of shrimp. vent damage to the leaves and

for celebration when mother takes In southern Florida. They their Industry to a high stage of 28. Both commented on the progress robbers held up a party of New The annual shrimp catch has a whitefly or scale larvae t/.
the time to shape some of the contend with Justification, that It development. Their efforts have which has been made with Jersey Winter visitors and, In a value in excess of $1,200,000. The kill the insects the one !
S bread Into rolls Even today will provide a hotbed for con- annual pay roll of crews amountsto entomol I
dough
attracted attention from every I Florida cattle as reflected In the wild 10-block automobile ride, points out.
many home-makers, who havea I tinued propagation of the pest section of the country. The tlrk, Fat Stock Show. took from them three diamond $483,600. Fuel, ice and other An oil emulsion
in the neighborhood to that has caused great losses to, maintenance requires annual ex- that can be,
bakery I one of the worst enemies of cattle, Grand championship of the rings valued at $7.000.REGISTRATION tamed at most
supply their bread, still like to livestock and that it will make has been almost eradicated from penditures In excess of $223,200. seed stor-i 01'
show went to Here- solution of
eradication of the tick a 1,115-pound ordinary laundry Z
make special batch of rolls for complete
a
the state. No wonder they feel BOOMS
ford shown by George Duke of 1 1-2 ounces to uL
from this state impossible. one
dinner. If the home FLORIDA DIRT IN DEMAND
a company that recent Jacksonville The total regis-
the measure preventing ,-
Alachua, which brought 60 centsa water, Is the most
It is to
appropriate effective
has a refrigerator, it's easy Perhaps Orlando, Florida real estate
complete eradication is a definite tration for the 1940 elections
pound at the sale. Reserve of controlling
study a bit of past history of the whitefly
enough to make -a week's supplyof setback to their progress.It passed the 42,000 mark aa 549 sales totaling $116,063,000 were and *
dough and bake the rolls cattle fever tick and to considerthe championship was captured for reported to the Florida Association "Apply the !spray so it cod; !
is essential that the ban be the second in succession by men and women registered in the leaves
of view to.that year thoroughly
point opposed .
fresh each day. of Real Estate Boards during partta..
held by the cattlemen. lifted and this pest destroyed. A. L. Jackson of Gainesville His Duval County. the under sides, where "the
Rare Is the family that would 1939. In nearly every county vi v
steer sold files
at 32 cents. Sidney or scale
are
located
ever grow tired of plain rolls Sportsmen opposing eliminationof Allen of Live Oak exhibited the ASSURED VOTE FREEDOM from which reports came "figuresrun advises.
when! they are hot and fluffy with the deer contend that it- is"slaughter" Timely Pointers champion 4-H steer which Miami,-High Works Projects ahead of 1938 with noticeable
brought
y a tender brown crust. But for .and that it will remove For The FarmerMoles 45 cents, and Amanda Jean Han- Administration officials say Flor- advance in B Broward Dade, Duval, Killing the Insects will elinm.
the ambitious home-maker who these animals from the state. cock of Alachua. ida's 46,000 WPA workers may Hillsborough, Orange and Pinellas"counties I the mold. It will return, h
showed the
likes variation In her meals from Their first contention Is true-the are insectivorous) animals reserve participate freely in the May pri- the association said. ever, after a while and aw'
champion, which sold at 28
day to day, there are dozens of deer are eliminated systematicallyby and usually are beneficial In fields cents. All Floridabredsteers. maries without fear of political Miami Beach showed an increaseog spray application will be
ways to change the shape and men who are paid to do a and pastures, but they may play were reprisals. Howard O. Hunter, $3,000,000 over 1938, Hills- sary, Dr. Tissot says

even the flavor of home-made thorough job of hunting them. It's havoc with the garden or lawn. deputy WPA administrator from borough County reported about -
rolls. regrettable that game has to be When they become troublesome, C. R, Shaw of Quincy exhibited I Washington, and State Director $2,000,000 over the previous year, All legal blanks pro

Try making finger rolls by slaughtered In this way, but there moles can be trapped or poisoned. both grand and reserve champion Roy Schroder declared there and Orange County doubled Its notes, retain title notes, can]
Into Is no other way of getting rid of If several carlots and the champion pen of would be for sales. In stock
shaping the dough pieces using a trap ( types can no pressure any can- by the Bradford GoJ
about the size of your finger. Or the tick. After all, the cattle Industry be obtained), open the mole's three. T. D. Matthews of Alachua. didate. v Telegraph."
i you might like crusty bread la far more valuable to the tunnel for several inches and place showed the champion Florida car- Soot Mold

sticks, rolled even longer and nar- state than deer. Elimination of the trap In it. lot and pen of three. 1 HALF MILLION LICENSED

rower. For a special treat, braid deer now In infested regions does Finding its deep runway, which The 278 steers in the show: Tallahassee, Florida drivers' May Be RemovedBy How To ReliesBronchitis

three of these narrow pieces of not mean, however, that there Is a foot or so below the surface, weighed 225,580 pounds and BOld licenses have been sold to 500,383 SprayingUnsightly
dough together for a braided roll. will be no more deer In the future. and placing an ounce of calcium for $22,795.72, AO. average of 10.1 persons who paid $241,383 for the
After a certain period of time following cents a pound.A .
Make the popular clover-leaf cyanide in it and covering it up support of the new Florida State sooty mold on leavesof
roll by placing three tiny balls of the elimination of Infested Is another way of getting rid of team of Alachua County Highway Patrol. D. W. Finley gardenia and cape jasmine
dough in a muffin tin. deer the section will be restockedwith the mole. (Caution: Calcium boys, coached by County Agent motor vehicle commissioner and bushes may be removed by spray- Bronchi tin, acute or chronic It

I To surprise the family, try pin- tick-free animals. cyanide is a violent poison and Fred L. Craft and H. J. Brinkley, executive officer of the Safety ing them with an oil emulsion or cous Inflammatory membranes' condition lining the of broom the m

wheel rolls. To make them roll Let us review some history of should be handled carefully and won top honors In the 4-H judgIng Department, reported expendituresfor solution of common laundry soap tubes. Creomulalon goes right toi

the dough out thin and the cattle tick. only in the open.) contest. Members were the patrol totalled S88.961 be- and water, says Dr. A. N. Tissot, seat.'arl....of...h'the......,trouble. f"........to_.loosen..A_pj.
very Whence it came is not definitely Ernest Denton, Clayton Emmer- tween the time it was.organized ---wuu
If rises
one early he be aid
may nature to soothe and
spread with soft butter and a known, but this pest was in the able to catch the mole workingnear son, and Luther Harrell. Other last Fall and February 25. WHY suffer from Colds' tender. Inflamed bronchial heal nut.r

filling of sugar and cinnamon or South before 1796. It wasn't the' surface and deal with leading teams In order, were membranes Tell your druggist toe;
with nuts or dried fruit. known then that the tick trans him from Baker Suwannee, Pasco, and TRAIN RUNS OFF TRACK For quick you a bottle of Creomulsionwtttt
Iry sugar mitted cattle fever but records accordingly. Leon counties. J. E. Yarbrough Callahan-Thlrteen passengerswere relief from' 666 understanding that you are to II,!
Roll them up like a jelly roll, and -- the way It quickly allays the q'
show that cattle driven from The best tonic for laying birds of Baker was high Individual slightly injured when 10 cars oold symptoms or you are to have your money ICREOMULSIOI
cut off the rolls In 1-inch sections. South Carolina into Pennsylvania Is of judge. of the Atlantic Coast Line "Va- take 666Liquid
plenty good feed and clean,
Ground bam, grated cheese or la 1796 caused outbreaks of disease fresh water. If cold weather killed Ernest Denton! of Alachu I cationer" were derailed about a Tablets Salve No.

4 peanut butter may also be usedas among cattle In the Quaker most of the green stuff, it's a County won a $100 scholarship to mile south of here last Friday. Drop. for Coughs.Chest Colds 8m

the filling.Reelect state Cattle shipped from the good idea to sprout some oata for the University of Florida COllegeof None of the injured required hos-

Southwest into the East duringthe the hens or mix an ounce of two Agriculture for his record In pitalization, and all continuedthe .
19th century died on the wayor of liver 4-H livestock work, as well as for journey southward within an
3' shark oil with the dally I BOREE FUNERAL HOME
U. S. Senator in stockyards and carried disease grain ration for 100 birds. It his placing In the judging contest hour after the accident. The ac-
l and at the show.Enormous Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
to cattle in those states. would not be necessary 'to feed cident occurred when an equaliz-

Eastern health authorities and the oil for more than two weeksat ing bar broke on the running gear AMBULANCE DAY AND NIGHT 8BKVIOK
farmers started a movement to a time. NumberOf of the first car, "causing the truckto 134 PHONE 134
prevent cattle from being shippedin give way" while the train was
from infested Pines PlantedIn about 60 miles hour. O. H. BENNETT H*Y.
Southern
regions. To control roaches in the home, running an "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Don't
LiLL Scientists proved In 1890 that keep all food out of their reach Twelve Years
) cattle fever was transmitted by and be sure not to bring roaches NEAR RECORD
the tick. Shortly thereafter, the in with firewood. Dust sodium Florida land owners have Jacksonville,-Here is a record

campaign to get rid of the tick In flouiide In dark corners where planted more than 31,000,000 pine boost for Florida fed Cattle: The Spread Your Cold
,. the South was begun. roaches may congregate. Sodium seedlings during the past 12 years, grand champion steer of this Coug

After being skeptical for a while flourlde is practically nonpoisonous L. T Nleland, farm forester wit week's annual Florida Fat Stock

1 HARLES 0. ANDREWS about dipping and other measures, and l is quite effective in killing the State Agricultural Extension Show and Sale was dressed on a Get Mentho-Mulsion
cattlemen later gave full cooperation roaches. Most roach powders Service, said last week. 67.01 per cent basis. That means
(Paid political advertisement) to the eradication campaign. contain sodium flourlde. Thei Quoting a report from the Flor- the Hereford, which weighed in at

Ida Forest and Park Service, Mr. 1700 pounds, when killed and A cold cough seriously endangers ing highest grade beechwood en
Nleland pointed out that seasonal dressed offered 784.017 pounds of family and business
. you your : your sofa for penetration. Genuine U
4 :: totals of seedlings planted in Flor- usable meat. The world's recordIs associates. Illness from colds and ifornia fig syrup gives Men
Ida rose from 10,784 in the 1928- 68 per cent, and the near record coughs causes more loss of time Mulsion a taste the whole /ami
t 29 season to 8,000,000 In the 1939- breaking event is a credit to the than all other diseases combined. will like. It clings to the ran
40 season. From the 1928-29 season > Florida cattle industry. The grand If you have a cough due to a cold, branes so its soothing, healing s
get Mentho-Mulsion, the guaran gradients act faster better A
to the 1939.40 season, inclusive champion was owned by George ,
teed medicine today. If MenthoOhio minister recently said tn
Duke and was raised on Alachua
land owners have
planted a Mulslon fails to
stop your coughing his pulpit:
total of :31,549,908 County grazing land.WHITE'S .
pine seedlings. Immediately and get yon entirely:
All seedlings except those planted over your cold cough quicker than "Attendance at church is neasary
CREAM for human welfare but d W
in 1928-29 season were produced any medicine you ever tried, ask
y congregation{ ;;
endanger the will
o In Florida Forest and Park Ser- VERMIFUGEHas for your money: back
cold cough when MentAO-lf ulsioi
vice nurseries, the Extension long been used for expelling Mentho-Mulsion is more than an
xr< worker said. ordinary medicine. It contains vitamins so inexpensive and easy to ob
round worms in chil- A and D to build your cold Uentho-lfnlsloa Is endorsed
Mr. Nleland also showed that
a dren. Price 35c.CARPENTER'S resistance and saran soothing your neighbors and gnanntaedlj
YMi total of 59,671 acres were plantedto DRUG STORE ohs
healing and unguents Includ leading druggista eTerywbers._
pines during the 12-year period,
with the total seasonal acreage I
rising from 17 in 182S-2Qto 14,000
in 1939-40.

"These figures," he said, "are
very encouraging to those who
1
are working to increase and con- .
...
a serve Florida's forest wealth. Re-

markable progress has been made,
but there are still thousands BARGAIN COUNTER-
of acres that should be growing
.Zt'1KD kaP Jr trees for conserving soil and pro- .

viding additional Income for their

owners. In view of the progress I

already made and the great interest .. &LA7e
/v .. i,
;, In trees today, we feel that 11;:'!'...
the future Is bright for Florida
forestry"

\ The Extension forester ex-
plained that the Agricultural AdJustment -

Administration was duea
great deal of credit for the

comparatively large planting dur- 1 IN YOUR KITCHEN "
ing the past few years inasmuchas ,
It has provided payments for
land owners who Improve their
,
t .-
land by planting tree -

"Without the splendid! cooperation -
of the land owners themselves,

however, the forestry program 1
would not have attained the success -
it has. The most promising
thing in the work for reforestationand
conservation Is the fact that FINDING "tirgih b*- .Ioooa it BMMM ..................
Due .*- ... .. *- .* _
Florida farmers recognize the -'iD ir aU Ie J-T--T Mil*tin .in
value of trees and are wisely ,........Kwt>f..,"....4.n".I..tri.. nM MM!M.Wife wolury.rari .

planning to use them," Mr. Nle (ntx. .... w*ar ........ .... UM nM pee .... with to-

land averred. --. .......> e..j..ppli.ee. xU J It blow. Wrpu. !. ..* .

.: ..... 6r doe.--. t.-

"-- 't..+t;4n'91r S1 tJa only ance objection on the floor.to it Is its appear- Vim, I4dem1........m Irhi 1,.. a bup&o .r.e.ntk ..rr.e.ee.ie .
..;
.I."V:
... u bw ..a mi thi...'* .. otn dirid..4 ., ..... h...
When corn Is lissuim- ., *. It's something Coca-Cola has that following a cotton planted crop that on land was ..t..............

millions have liked for more than fifty / fertilized apply nitrogen only to M r Inky *ad h* ..r taprare.uti..ab.r yw the nyu
the corn The nitrogen should be le..r li.i.a,waiting f.,y.... tk..l.ee,4s .vfafe emrterl
years,-a happy after-sense of complete g applied In the form of nitrate of
soda or Its equivalent as a wldedresslng -
refreshment that adds to your enjoyment 100 pounds to the acre, Filth"It antra SAM SATS:
when the corn Is knee-high or Isktr-uflif. stestrls splilaasss
of ice-cold Coca-Cola. No wonder people from 35 to 40 days old. at rttr UetrlcELEETRIIITY Osler's".

On land previously planted to
the world over say: get a Coca-Cola, and h: crops that have not been fertilized IS (HEAP!

the feel of refreshment. < and where corn has a tendency
get <, to
lodge, fertilize corn with
200 pounds of a 3-8-5 mixture per
THE PAUSE THAT REFRES acre. Place this fertilizer in the

drill rows previous to
planting.
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of
Tin COCA-COLA CO. BY
.1u When the crop is 35 to 40 days ,

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. old apply from 100 to 150 poundsof J. G. SPENCER
nitrate
of soda per acre as asldedl'NlJlng. Manager

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MARCH 8, 1040 y'
Dray, BRADFORD COUNTY : ;
TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE BFVMV''


CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES I "League of Many Nat ions" To Appear Here- Soon PINE LEVEL {, j'':,

.. By Mrs. II. AI. McRae
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BAPTIST METHODIST I'RESBYTEltL\N EI'ISCOPAL CllltISTI.\S -J I Elder W K.) Hall of Green Cov' :

A. H. tlghtfoot Rev. Frank RobinsonPastor Rev' Chas' H. Allen, !'of. Mark'. ('hur'h SundRY !Schooi< SUII ftti) Springs filled ha( regular appointment ,..
pastor Supt.fcundar Pastor nev. Fred Yerkea Jr. Dire. Ira Wlleon) at Pine Level church over
O. ''' School E. K. Perryman, nector' liunday School I the weekend and was a dinner '
Organist Sunday School 10 o'clock I
O.n. Superintendent Supt '
School Mr. E M. Davis Iotlllll Ella guest of H M. McRae Saturday. '
1":6" A. M. of Church School .1. Sa..e __ ,
Horning; : Serviceitiin Church School Church School Supt .Orean.t I Mrs. Mattie Hutchinson of Vanderbilt -,
Mr.
H.
11 A. M. 10 A. M. Roy Math.w. C. Brown CMrnCnorCulits! was visiting: her non-ln-Iaw
post Tralnln1\'t' ) Wonhlp Church School Sunray Sern". Harry Pickup and daughter Mr. and Mm. R. V.
\ Serving lU A.. 101 Schooi Pastor
11 A. M. _
n1nlf* service, Morning Vor..p! : 10 A. It I Bible Study I). m, y Alvarez, Sunday.
I t,00 P M.itiwer EveningWorship 11 A.. M. Sunday. -- 11 A.. If :Sermon and The I r We are
M..tlnIenlce 7:30: P. M. l.ord's sorry to report the illness '
: Friday. 7:30 Supper 3 p. m.
: 8:00 1'.M: Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. : P. M. of little
: Gerald
,, .day. Young People's' Holy Da".I. evey Sunday Crosby, son
pianist Canova League Meetings A. M. of Mr, and Mrs. Ruble Crosby.

&Fholr Hona Director 6:30: P. M. l\nSSlON HALL MM. II. M. McRae spent. :Mon

,.bn H. Pow.ll Prayer MeetingWednesday. GOSPEL TAD.IIN.: ALU.\.NCE day with Mr. and Mrs. L. A
J chairman 7:30: P.M. Spon.ors: Sponsored toy *
Ira of Deacon Mrs. F. H. Lane, Mr. and loin. IIlr. and 1IIr. President $ i1d Crosby at Sunny Brook. //I
KlckllterChairman .1. T. The n..v. Frank
F. Quigley
Organist J. T. Quigley I Evangell.tlc Robinson Arthur McRae made a business

rd of Trustee Mrs.Assistant E. K. Perryman Organist Bible Studv. each each Friday and Service Sun. Seeretary-Treasurer, trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.BOOTSEY'S .
Powell Tuee evening 7:30:
Q. tRY
evening 1:30: The Rev, Fred Yerke.

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fw Baptist AnnexBe Church OrchestraIs dam is impossible under the system Hy Miss Eirin Crawford q

Dedicated Soone OrganizedBy man has set up. There" Is a Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jackson-

freedom, though, provided by the d ville spent the week-end here with

announcement was made on MethodistsThe grace of God that liberates man her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M.

Lay morning that the contract from the bondage of sin and the Mu rrhee. .
morning service was/ conducted crushing weight of guilt. When
finishing the interior of the Mr. und Mrs. Wilbur Kirkland ,
[ in the First Christ died the He
Methodist on cross set
Sunday school annex of the entertained their friends with a
Church last Sunday man fret from the
by the pastor penalty of sin.
be
church would probably party Saturday night
tlst the Rev. Frank Robinson, it be- There Is a tendency in Christianity I- I tr
-- y-
ibis week. Plans outlined by A
large crowd from this section
fng the day for administration of to carry over into the new
committee on the Interior call the Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- life in Christ Jesus some of the Shown above are members of Crews, and Arch Thomas, Jr. been given over 4.200 times, and attended. church at Hellbronn "

|an asKembly room and dining per. The pastor was assisted by legal aspects of the old law. Jesus the "Student's League of Many The purpose and program of the at times the Interest has been so Sunday. ? j

combination; six modern Mis. F H. Long playing special. said, "If you love Me, keep My Nations" to appear at the Starke Student's League of Nations has great that when America Mrs. Li. M. Murrhee is spendinga

day school class rooms, some selections on the organ; the choir' commandments, and My com Baptist church Wednesday night, to do with showing and telling' crowds have risen to their spoke'j few days in Jacksonville with

movable partitions for Tralnjnion rendering the anthem "Rejoiceand mandments are not grievous." March 13th. The League Is composed the effect of Christ in their lives, uppLiude. It was given in relatives.
work; a kitchen with all of sixteen young men and as well as to tell of conditions religiously states in one year.
be Like Gaaklna
glad" (Fischer), also the Gulatians many would Lacy of Hellbronn spent '
for cooking equipped women of many nations of the In the countries from The attraction In so great and
ares
choral responses; and the Stew- add to the simple faith that God the week-end here with his grandparents ..r
stoves cabinets, sink, etc., world who are In an American I which they have come to America. the opportunity so marvelous that Mr
ards. requires by adding the performance and Mrs. L. M. Murr- ,
| new rest room. While not The of certain rites and ceremo- college, and who appear dressed Everywhere they have gone there the seating capacity of the Baptist hee. "
it will be finished to ac- evening service was also in nies. in their native costumes In pre- la demand for their return. Dr. church will be taxed but all ,
nodate the church for enter- charge of the pastor at which I senting their programs. These Len G. HroiiRhten. famous are Invited and arrangements will Mr. and Mrs Dan Starling and

eat and dinner purposes and time a lenten message was de- "Believe on the Lord Jesus young men and women will arriveIn preacher of the south said: "Iwouldn.t : bt made to seat all who attend. family of Lawtey spent Sunday
livered. Christ and thou Shalt be with Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
IS a recreation haiL The The Young People's saved. Starke Wednesday afternoonand have missed the service The service starts at 7:30: o'clock Thomp

bing and lighting also will Choir, composed of members of That is all God requires. will be the guests at a Young for one thousand dollars A Rus- with singing by the group who son.

But in simultaneously with ther both the Intermediate Departmentand Last Friday night the subjectwas People's banquet to be given in sian who has escaped after great form a great chorus, interwovenwith

Interior work. The totalof the Senior-Young People's De- "Fools In the Bible." A fool the new annex of the church, to suffering great prosecution will duets! solos, and brief, WOOIILAIVN

the annex will be about partment sang In a most com- according to the Biblical sense! of which 42 young people of the tell of his thrilling experiences snappy talks. There Is no admission By Mr*. Oscar CarterMr.

all of which has been given mendable manner the hymn "The the word, means one who deliber- church have been invited. Preparations and he alone is worth going a charge, everyone la invited

tardy, and when finished Old Rugged Cross" ately makes a wrong choice. If for the banquet and for great distance to hear. The pro- and welcomed and a freewill offering and Mrs. L. M. Sponholtaand

)building will be paid for in On Tuesday morning the dele- a person sets aside the evidenceof entertainment of these young gram they bring was given every ii is received which goes en- son, Glenn, of Starke were Il'

Plans already under way, gates elected attended the Dis- nature, experience and God's people are In the hands of Miss night for three months in Call- tirely to the work of this fine visiting Mr and Mrs. Oscar Carter -

for equipping all the rooms trict meeting in Jacksonville for word and chooses a course that Is I Martlle Hemingway, Miss. Doris foinla in the largest cities. It has group. Sunday afternoon. t.

the same kind of steel mov- the Woman's Section of the joint contrary he does a foolish act. Simeon PhllllDH of _Ala___xviii._. _n_. hl1
.
ctialrs, and similiar furniture i meeting or me -Board of- MISsions Sunday night "Abominations"were High department rlsh and family Sunday. pent Saturday night with Mr. d
I BROOKER
The State Sunday' and the Board of Church I discussed. Next Sunday and Mrs. Oscar Carter
very part. I Commencement Exercises will Herman Parrish and Ralph
>ol secretary Dr. W. W. Wil- Extension. Those attending were night there will be another Gospel fly Mrs. I. I. Parker be held Thursday evening, March Snobble spent the week-end with Misses Lorena and Louise Router ,'

Jacksonville has been in- bits L. A. Davis Mrs. W. EMiddleton message at the Tabernacle. and Mrs Rosa Carter and daughter '
of The Club met at the 14, tit 7:30: o'clock In the school Mr. and Mra Lewla Purrlsh.
Sewing
The Rev. l
Carl Sweazy of Los
)d 1 to preach at the church on Mrs. A.'lood and home of Mrs. Fred Hazen last auditorium.. Prof. Constans of Miss Doris Goodge spent Sun Louise, were shopping in
Angeles, Cal.) will continue his
| morning of March 31st, at Mrs. Frank Robinson. Mrs. L. A. services Friday and Saturday Tuesday. After an hour of sewing the University of Florida will bo day night with Mr and Mrs tern Starke Saturday afternoon.

Lh time it is hoped that the Davis was elected as one of the nights; of this week.EVERGREEN. refreshments were served by the speaker for the occasion. Drown. Miss Mary Lois Clark spent

annex: will be dedicated. It district members to represent the the hostesses, Mrs. Eugene: Long, Everyone In invited 10 attend Jasper' Brown spent a few days Saturday night with Miss Myrtle
be an occasion of great re- district at the State joint meet- these school events Johns.
Mrs. Vasco Hazen and Mrs. G. with his daughter, Mrs. Jack
ling for the people of the ing of these boards to be held In Mrs. Louie Belle Parka and
H. Parker The next meeting will The Ninth Grade extends a GoodKe, recently.
Orlando.On By :\lrN. F. A. Rosier Sons have returned to their
ten. homeIn
I be at the home of Mrs J. K. "Thank-you" to all who helpedIn ; Lem Brown and family were

large crowd was in attendat Tuesday afternoon the Or-recently -i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Copeland of Douglas. Hostesses for the evening any way to make their recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs D. Delray after visiting" Mr. and +
organized Church Mrs. M. D. Carter here
the services of the church Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith will be Mrs. Chaa. Hardy,' I G. Kelley recently In Starke.
chestra met In the Church for the play a success. Especially do Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter
fast Sunday to hear the mess Mrs G. H. Colson and Mrs. O. C.
B. E. and Mrs J, S. Rosier. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith of "
first rehearsal. Members they appreciate' Carolyn Call-
present were visiting their nephew, Henry
New Testamentch
the
on were Emmett Perry man, director,I Cohen Peele of Jacksonville Kelley. street's mention of them In her Luke Butler spent Sunday with Carter, in Maxvllle Sunday.
in the morning, 'and on trombone; Jack Halle, clarinet; spent the week-end here with his Word has been received here column, and the editor's space on MI', and Mrs. Artford Brown. Miss Pauline Andrew. and
Seven Churches of Revelain -
in the evening. This next Comer Perryman, French horn; mother, Mrs Hester Sapp. that Isom Ogden of Pompano Is the front page. Thanks again. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Jones and Betty Phillips of Lawtey were

"The Frank Robinson, III, tuba; Mack I Miss Louise Rosier spent the very 111. Mr. Ogden lived on a Mrs. S. E. Jones were visiting W. visiting Mra. Gladys Carter Mon
[ the speaks on
day II cf the pastor Individual In a New Futch, cornet; Virginia Sewell week-end with Miss Lorene Rosierat farm near Friends Graham who for knew many him I I SAMPSON CITY E. Jones In St. Augustine recently day afternoon.

piano and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Woodlawn.I years Don't forget Sunday school at h
[lament Church"' at the ; I fly Ktlii: 1'uy !)>alM.
mornl oigan. Others will be present for I and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier were will regret; to learn of his Illness. Freeman Vaines of Palatka was 10 o'clock every Sunday morning.
hour and
worship on
We wish him u speedy recovery. I Goodgo the ..k-end I in our section Sunday afternoon. Also
Irch that Refused to be MIs-i the subsequent practices which visitors to Jacksonville Salurday. spent wt' prayer meeting every Thursday

ary" at the evening hour. ', will make this a complete orchestra i i Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan : Mrs. Lee Galney Is still confined '' with Mr, und Mrs Jack Goodge night. Church every 1st and Ir;
and will add materially to to her Dt.l. but la much better of Starke. Engraved/ syinpiithy at'knowl- 3rd Saturday night and Sunday
Inlay March 17th marks the
anniversary of the present the evening services of the church. I rel-atives She Is In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mfll. Roy Goodge of etlKciiMMitn./ |II 'XMMIS\O. llrud- morning at Hellbronn Baptist i

for, and will be observed with Next Sunday night Young People's night. her daughter Mrs\ L. A, Mintz. Maxvllle were visiting Lewis Parol, ford County Trlofrii( | church. Rev. Ivan Bohanan pastor 'I

i upriate services. The pastors Day will be observed and the service I Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Rosierundchildren Reports are that if she Is atlll improving -

ak that Sunday from the will Inaugurate the public ap-, Woodlawn spent Sun- she may be brought i 1

"Let us be forward of a pearunce of the orchestra. Special tray: afternoon here with relatives. home Sunday.
music will be furnished by indi- Mr. and Mra!\ L. A. Brown had, 1
,r ago" at that hour It is Friends und 1 relatives of West
,
,'d that all of the eighty-nine vidual members and by the Young Wilkinson will regret to leurn of I as their guests over the week-end OVER 1
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and ,
A cordial Invi-
Choir. 1i
Vincent's.
l have come into the church in People's his serious Illness In St.
extended to all to come son of RalfordMr I
( will be !In attendat tation Is l Hospital In Jacksonville;
past year ,
I .
and Mm. Vusco Hazen and
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that time. All most and worship. [ Mr and Mrs. Kllery Redding
are :
i Wildwoodl!
children In t I
night the Prayer were visiting
Jtily Invited to every service Wednesday of the State Farm were visiting
this church. I Meeting service was conducted by, II. Redding Sunday after last week ,a1uM1
great burs I I
Mr. and I Mrs Hazen of
I A E. Schuster. LLM. Th. I D., and i Alph .It
Mrs. J. B. Schuster B. A.. Th. M., noon.B. Orlando were visiting friends( and
\\ristian Church noted "trailer evangelists." The: Wilkinson of Highland Is relatives here Monday. ;

depicting upending several days here with Mr. and Mrs. Royace Galney I {

ervices will be conducted at stereoptlcan last week pictures of the Life of his daughter. Mrs. H. F. Redding.Mrs. and Mrs. Ira Plnholnter were ''i ;
the
Christian Church Sunday Jean Gaskins and daughter '
shown. This Is the visiting Mrs. Lee Galney In Jacksonville -
Ding at 11 o'clock the Rev. Christ were Mrs. J.
by Virgle; were visiting '
of this couple Sunday. lPhlppti l
IJamlo.! Smedley of Green. Cove second appearance S, Rosier Saturday afternoon. hlld Drown % ,
Church in ;
Methodist I
Ings. in the First! I
recent months. Mr and Mrs. Russell! Re: ling One of the saddest happenings of :

BUS SCHEDULE were visitors to Lake City Saturday many clays was the death by
I
Northbound IMission Hall afternoon. drowning of Baby Phipps, slaughter O

eaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. I Mrs II. F. Redding and father of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey)i I %

!o P. m.. 1:45: : p. m., 6:10: p. And Tabernacle and Bryant Redding were visiting Phipps, near Brooker. '' yf
and 10:10: p. m. I West Wilkinson. in Jacksonville Mrs. Phlppn was busy doing the 1t
Southboundives I Freedom from the law was the Sunday. family laundry and left the baby I
discussion at the B. GasklnswAe Hitting In the high chair while OU100i
Starke at 2:40: a. m.. topic under Mr. and Mrs J. I .
o 1 a, m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20: I Mission Hall Bible study Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. she stepped over to the pot ofj I

n. night. Rosier Sunday boiling clothes. Somehow the| Js. ,
Westbound( I Freedom has been the hope of baby fell from the high chair into ,,1.

raves mankind down through the ages. a tub of water near by and
Starke at 5:35: p. BOATDRAIN
m"1 fated to be drowned before the mother knew
I always
H:30 seems
: But man
a. m. By !Hri. Z. Z. Griffis
Eastbound I under the domination of some what had happened.

eaves Starke at 5:20: p. m. I power or other. Absolute free-' Sonny Hiirrell of Lake City i III Interment was at New Hope
I visiting his sister, Mrs. Ralph Cemetery with the Rev. C. A.

Gainey.Mr. Crosby In charge Saturday. f / )

INSURE WITH I and Mrs. P B. Prevatt of !Srhool flay A Hurrem :fi.

N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. Theressa were visiting relatives In The play, "Mai'Tying Margaret," ) : !
YII&IL.1
this section Sunday. which was presented by the Ninth

FlUE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree grade of llrooker school laM Friday I' ,

and D. Boree of Jacksonville Mr. night was a very Interesting
?'hone 74 STARKE FLORIDA and Mrs G. H. Bennett of Starke entertainment All of the cast r e

were visiting C. A. Gilffls Sunday i were excellent In their respective

,' parts, und the costuming was O 2S seconds I III;!b'

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Miss Thelma Prevatt of Jacksonville clever and amusing. Santa Claus, very

Render the week-end guest Uncle Sam, the French and Dutch 01 day :
My Tears Experience Make Possible for Me to > was v ry 1.1.
John Smith and
Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls. couples Captain
SERVICE of her aunt.
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS Mr and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and the Puritan Maid The Scotch Somebody buys'

;MODERATE PRICES children of Jacksonville were lassie Prince and Princess Pocahontas .- r

De\\ITT C. JONEf; visiting here Sunday. Father and The Wreckof I r anew Chevrolet t

Starke Florid .f Joe Grlffis. Jr.. and Harvey the Hesperus, plus' The Maid
of Jacksonville were week- and the Pilgrim were all In a real

....... Gainey uncle C. A. masquerade with the usual happy
/ -'" end guests' of their ItTu It BUM It !
GriffiH. ending for four couples. JEie| |
the week- Miss PhylllH Hazen played a
Mrs. Ida Chase was
NEWS
THE WORLD'S GOOD end guest of Mr and Mrs. Z. Z. piano solo, "Narcissus." which I

will come to your home every day through i GrlfflH. was much enjoyed The Seventh

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Zenas Grlffls. Mrs.\ Mantle grade girls sang two numbers I All models priced at Flint, Michigan. Transportation ,
attended "The School We Call Our Own"and
and Mrs. M. Green |
Greene
An International Daily NetafpaprtIt $659
rteordi for you the world's clean constructive doing The Monitor church at Pine Level Sunday "South Of The Border." | based on rail rates, state and local taxes
dose not xololl arm or uni.tlon: neither dost It hoots 'b..... Mrs. Sorchie M. Baird directed
out d*>l* Correctively with 'h.nt. rectum for buy men end .U the attended the I the production. ,..% anycpltonal equipment and accessoriesexti '
t.mlly. Including the Weekly Mqutne flection. A large crowd MASTER 85 BUSINESS COUPE t
-:___"U________ I birthday party in honor of Miss I The Baccalaureate Service for r
The Christian Selene Publlahlnc 8ocl lf Thelma Prevatt at the home of the Ninth Grade claw of Brooker Other model slightly higher ..&. Prices subject to change without notice.
On*. Norway' street, Boston MuuchuMtU Junior-High school will be held
t t Pl. m 7 subscription' to The Christian Science Monitor foe Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls. I -
a "rio1"1" I Mrs. D. Boree and sons. Harold next Sunday afternoon at 2:30': / --
l t: t yemr ,11 00 I month 18 00 I month *3 00 1 month!? $100V 255Addrue Jacksonville were I clock In the school auditorium.
S..tllrd' M 80. I taut Doyle of
and
V luu. Including Uaguln IIec OD 1 seat I
and relatives In 1 The Rev. Chaa. Allen, pastor of
lJ If.m. ____,no .______"____________________ I this visiting section friends Sunday. 'I',the Starke Presbyterian Church TORODE VROLETCO. 4 1

: and children of will deliver the address.! There ,
---------------- Mrs. E. E. Lee .
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fw.p7. re0r nlkye.riY I Bethel were dinner guests of Mr. I I will be special music by a selected STARKE FLA. j

Y and Mrs., Ralph Gainey Sunday. group of girls from the Junior ,

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excessive government cost and high taxes, JOOK ORGANS Dies Here Recently Convention Dates Orange Lake after et,t'
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Bradford County Telegraph also through depressed' economic conditions MAY PLAY LATER w P. West, 66 died here Feb-' Latest In History ten test minute,line. Young fight ,'HUgJ kl

1877 should applicants for ruary 24th at the home of his other bass t
KntahUfthed' "Voters judge (Continued from Page One) varying m
used to uncle, W. A. Colley.I Formerlyan The June 24" date set for the two to six: pounds, welted If G!
-" public jobs by the same standards The city also agreed to become employe of the S. A. 1* Ry. : opening of the Republican na- Is near Cltra nsPOLITICAL < ,
Entered Second > -
Published Weekly on Friday antI an judge applicants for private jobs. Ask sponsor to the county wide sanitary Company, he had been an Invalid; tional convention at Philadelphia:
Class MatUT at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. which will build sani-
yourself, in the consideration of each can- project for the post ten years and had will establish a precedent for being -:
toilet facilities where unsanitary !, -
tary been living with Mr. Colley since I
'Would I hire this man to run my the latest convention date
I
didate: In the
conditions exist
now
ME/V\.BER. 1937. He was born on October, since the party was founded In ANNOUNCEMENTS:
business ?'Government IS your business. fight against hookworm. The 14th. 1873, Ip Statesville, N. C I 18S6. -

Tfi&FLORILVlPRESS ASSOCJATIONa In conclusion, the article stated J "The project .will, however, cost the city The body was shipped to Orlando On the Democratic side the July For Muperlnteiulciit | I Ilni
nothing.In 1'ulllr
V his former home, where' >trufil.n. I
the latest since 186.
date is
-' Iotwrstad ) lotlotts most important officials of a private: cor- a prior meeting: the city funeral services were conducted' 15 1 hereby announce n I, F
calledto '
when the convention was date for re-election V
: E L. Mattfcewa ___________ Editor and Owner poration are the members of the board of council passed a resolution givingall by the pastor of the Baptist, order on Aug. 29. to be held May 7,In I'MI I ih< .\'"\

I ___" . directors. The legislature is the 'board ofdirectors' city employees a 15-days per Church, of which he was a member. nerved the people ""f li'Id
maximum sick leave with In 1900 and again In 1904! the County for the pactlet! )
SUBSCRIPTION KATE year and have held )
of our governmental business; full pay, It was learned from the Mr. West Is survived by one Republicans opened their national children and their '"I.r.'I'iw.ni.I 1
Yearly, '1.50; Six Months, 75e-Payable In Advance conventions at Philadelphia on most In everything, i I
send to hnyt ,A
therefore, choosing the right man to minutes, which were read and ap daughter Willie Shelley.P. i always to give you the bet 'I I
Advertising Rates' on AppUe&tionThere is the most importantjob proved. the same date, June 19, which.wasthe possible and If you will f..f;
Tallahassee perhaps
latest opening date prior to with thin election I
; The council then approved and 0. Hayes A Visitor I thing: and that IB pronlaOne .,
we have to fill on election day. They are that set this year. It was In 1904 provement Of schools rauns/4
:: ordered paid numerous bills nndvantaiteB
.
Is Apparently No Hope local can carefully: check their the O. that the last Republican conven- for your ehlldra
men-you among them one for paying p Hayes, prominent farmer am your servant and at Yo",
For An Early Peace honesty and ability. If we hire good men fire department members $86 for of the Brooker section, was a tion was held in Philadelphia.The Vice nt all times. Thanklnil

r'' It has long been said that the time fac- for the legislature, they can correct many attending several fires. It was business visitor to Starke Wed. Aug. 29, 1884, meeting Chi of fur 1940, your I am vote yours and for support hotter il..
held at
stated by some members of the nesday. Mr. Hayes said he is the Democrats was A. J GIU
,
works in favor ___
tor in the current world war
errors that we may make in the employmentof council that some of the fire calls looking over the county political cago. Their 1932 convention Far Count. fommlimliinrr. ij

of the Allies. This i is certainly true in regardto 'public servants' on other jobs." were unnecessary and that persona situation closely. He has been which nominated President Roose- llellevlnathat my I''d.' i |-,1

at least one very vital matter-the man- O should think twice before mentioned aa a possible candidatefor velt for his first term, opened continuedto at County term entitles! CommlHHloner me to a
ufacture of airplanes. At the present timeit ,, turning In an alarm. Another county commissioner from his Chicago on June 27 and hereby announce myn'lf u.]
Newest Craze Revives Interest fact bringing forth favorable com district, but would not nay defi- July 2.Catches. dldate for re-election u t."
Commissioner for l>lxtrk> go
is generally believed that Allied plane ment was that the city owes only nitely that he would run for this One. Your support w'I I 1M

production and purchasing has brought In Ancient Chinese Teacher $600 more on the fire truck. office. Big Bass predated. I' I It t ItKlnlIV ;

British and French air forces very near in Ever so often it seems, the American The city's bonded Indebtedness
local fishing enthusiast
Ira T. Young
must slightly berserk and break was briefly discussed and It was To Build New Home TIIM (115(11'r ('01 HI71"
public
strength to those of Germany, and that by go brought home the fish- Knit IIII.'I>FOHI> (' III \]
that of the bonds
the end of the year the Reich will be well out in a rash of foolishness. A few years I were deplored uncallable most and were bearing S. E. Sparks proprietor of the flesh Tuesday In the form of a FI.OIUU\IN. CHANCKUV

surpassed.In ago the wisecrackers were "knockknocking"all Interest at the rate of six percent, City Barber Shop and candidate 13 and one-quarter pound black E. C. Taylor, l'lalntlft
InN -vaCarrie -
over the place, and now the same fellows aa now, It was believed, they for School Board member from bass! caught that morning Hplvey Taylor, lieii.,
another way, however, time works could be refunded at only four District 2, will begin construction In the Name of the Slut ulr

with Hitler. German technicians and scientists put the same ((1)). jokes in pidgin Englishand percent or less, saving the city of a new home at the corner of OTU'.] Ida.To Greeting: Carrie: Splvey Taylor ,
FLORIDA
: undeniably the best in the world, have preface them with "Confucius says." thousands of dollars per year. No Lafayette and Adams Streets \IIFORn March COUNTY 0<..:.. JWO Heoro-la.last known YOU residence AUK IlKREBy uu, A',]

It's all very amusing, and perfectly harmless word concerning the street pavIng next week. The dwelling will bea NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN QUIHKD to appear to theBI,
9 of Chapter -
been sent to Russia to speed Soviet That pursuant to Section
up pro- and has one-story structure and Ben Hall Complaint filed herein aitHliuL
project sewer project Florida, Acts of
with the of few of the 'saings' 18886 Laws of before itiJ
exception Monday 8th
( a on or
duction and to facilitate transportation. The been received from the W. P. A. Is the contractor In charge.LAWTEY 1 37. known as the MURPHY ACT April. A. O. 1940, or Deere IConfeHHo

amazing inefficiency of the Russians in pro- ), but according to the New York.Times, No other business was before the Bradford following County deMerlbed Florida land will be In will be entered ar,a

the joke is on the wisecrackers this time. the council the meeting ad offered for Hale at public outcry you.' (T IS FURTHER ORDlmF.D
and delivering goods has been one and best caxh bid.
( ducing for the hlRhBHt this notice be publlHlivtl lit
journed. By .William (Bill) Plumnier i subject to the rlirht. of the Trustees
To with Confucius wasn't wit t.iudford County Tel<>grnphalpaper
begin a |
,
l of Hitler's greatest worries. In another of .the internal Improvement Fund,I published In Itrndhnd0once .
:
|
I eight of ten months, authorities believe, the they say. He was a very serious fellow who II 61 CARLOADS PULP WOOD Miss Marie Thede had her appendix to Courthouxe reject any, between and all the bid bourn, at the of tlv. weekH.each week for four trot|I

traveled around China 2.500 years ago lecturing LEAVE COUNTY WEEKLY : removed In The Alachua'' 10:00: A. M und 2 P. M., on the Witness my hand conch oil:
German engineers will have effected a great County Hospital in Gainesville 25th., day of March 1940 .1.1H..I. Heal thin the 6th day of JUnJ I ,,

,, change and supplies will be flowing into the on ethics, politics and life. He was an (Continued from one) Tuesday. The operation was performed !Eli. 11' i.f Twp$F'8,t'It.of .SW'of 22 IS. S Acre Nw> I(>OFFICIAL. 1940. HEAL, ) A, i Thj 1

Reich across conquered Poland in a steady influential, highly moral teacher who laid I page by Dr. Thomas and Miss Set Loin 35, 16.Twp.21-fi 13Vj S.\ It A.22 In K.Peetsville.14 Acres I Clerk of Circuit Court tt|i{

'\ down the Golden Rule in pretty much the depends of course, on the number Thede Is recovering very nicely. Lot 8 Ottn 8iih-l>lv In East Law ,
; stream. of trucks he operatesIf the The Rev. and Mrs. Enfield were tey. SWVi of HWV4 of SEV4 lying K N'OTK'K
takes in the Bible "Do of Klngxley Lake Road, :Sec 25 nii\i>Foiiui NTt. Pinniif,
form that it :
England is obviously extremely worried same haul is not too long, one truck business visitors in Jacksonville 'l'wp 5 S. U 22 M.: 5 Acres.Lots I Merck Tib., 10111NOTICE f
not do unto others what thou wouldst not this week.A. 3, 4, 58' of Blk. 35 ....katAd.tltlon : iw HKKKUV: G'''j
the fact that Hitler is
by apparent obtaining should be able to load a car a day. to Htul'k Sec 28, That pursuant to Section' '
M. Lewis was attending to 'I'wP'j Chapter I S21"! Laws of F
should do unto
'f supplies from the Balkan countries which, they you. Of the Bradford County production business In Jacksonville Wednes- j'it'r8TEh9C01": THIS: INTERNAL Acts. of 19:17: known an the Ml''.

: ': being neutrals, can purchase whatever they Confucius was married at nineteen, had around three-fifths is pur- day. MTATH IMPROVEMENT OF FLORIDA"KL1M1 OF THE( ACT In llradfnrd, the followingdexirllirdl County, Flnildil

want from Italy from the United States or and two daughters but he wasn'treally chased by Container Corporation C..B. Bennett was In Plant City Fly A J. Thomas, Kent Trustees be offered for Male at pulillcml
one son of America (FernanUlnu), while I I. I. Fund Bradford County. ItNOTK'H for the highest and best ra'tfMiibject
: Tuesday In search of berry pickera to the right of the Tn<
from else. The wife and
anyone Britsh are worried a family man. lie left his the remaining two-fifths about for the forthcoming of the Internal Imprmemi-iii, <
season. OF I'fM.K'ATlO FOIl
also by the potentialities of Russia as a his job as a minor officeholder to become a equally. divides between Rayonler, Mr. Bennett says things are look- : TAX UKKItente Courthouse to reject any, between and all the bide hmif i|

'. source of food machines, oil and other necessary teacher. He dug into old books, lecturedon Inc.Container(Fernandina Corporation) and (Jacksonville National- Ing bright for the Lawtey farmers NOTICE; <" I IS! Hill HI3RERY:No. lea: OIVEN. day 10:00: of A.March M. and 1940.2 1". M. on thif 1

commodities. This the observers ethics to who would listen and this year. 'That M. K rlner & S. It. Cuhooii Lots 7. 8 & W 44 of Lot 10 il3B
say, anyone ). I The local basketball team will holder of Tax Certificate No. 59H! Peeks Addition tn .Sliuktf,
explains Britian's recent violations of inter- fame. Much of his wisdom issued the 5th day of September A as, Twp 6 S, 11. 22 K. I
gathered was The $4-per-unit now being paid engage the B. H. S. Tornadoes in l D. 19.12. hail filed Maine In niv of- TRUSTEES OF THE I\TKl: |

national law and her refusal to make amendsto second-hand and he assembled four of the by the mills is described as the Starke Monday afternoon.Mr. flea tax deed and him to be made Issued appilcatl-m thereon. for Huldcertificate a IMPKOVRMBNT\ FUND tK)

to Norway for the Altmark incident. The "five classics" of China out of what top price since they went Into pro : and Mrs. J. S. Shuford were embrace the following otHI'lodfo..d TATE Ely A. J.OF Thomas FLORIDA., Agent I I. I. I
duction two or three described property In the County
years ago.Of .
visiting friends and relatives here Bradford .County.CITATION
I'' Allied high command is apparently convinced amounted to his scrapbooks. The original : this.total, ,the shipper is paidon last weekend.S. NVv ill NWH state &of 5WV; of,NWV4 to-wit Ex:
the base. of $1 unit for 2 A in NW Cur & S A In SW Cur & AM :\O'l'IU( I
that technical rules but he per D.
cannot be permittedto writing he did was unimpressive, was Harley was a business SUV. of NW4 ex 11 2-6 A In SM The Wtate of Florida. Tn alii
stand in the of the successful of those teachers about whom disciples stumpage, 1.25 for sawing and visitor In Jacksonville Saturday.O. C..rVl4! ft of the H 1000 ft'ofM sons Interested I In or cmdlto'.
i way prosecution one $1.75 for hauling. A unit con- J. Phillips and Bill Plummerwere ':',, of svv',4 & HW>,i of swvi LawteyState Bank, a Florida

: I of war.Sumner cluster, and his followers spread his fame.A sists of 160 cubic' feet, or abouta attending to business in :2 V I A 947 In NW ft of>4 8I5V4 of HW'-i of SW'4 H of Lake Bee. 18& lug You Corporation are hereby: notified t

Welles the President's "peace cord and 'a quarter.W. Jacksonville Monday.H. Tp 8 S. It 22 E., containing 240 stockholders petition for th'I
.
of Con-
recorded
few of the sayings Acres, more or lena.The solution of Maid Lawtey HtaltK I
I emissary reached dis- M. Matchett of Hampton Is, T. Godwin was visiting rep assessment of the said prop Florida Hanking Corpmullui'
Europe at a very fucius A heart set love do
are: on can no believed to ship more pulp than I ]latlves In Tallahassee] last weekend erty under. the said certificate I..- been duly filed In Circuit Coil
couraging moment. Just about the time his lined was In the name of H. J. Bradford County Florida, and J
A
,. wrong. There is danger in a -glib tongue. any other operator In this county., Stuwiirt you are required to file your

f'" boat docked, Chamberlain was making a man of worth can always talk, but talkersare Others prominently engaged in J. H. Tully, State Fire Insurance redeemed.I'nleHM. said according certificate to law shall, the be ten before defenses 10:00: A.to M.said on petition Mun',, .

[ ;, highly aggressive; anti-Hitler speech and the not always men of worth. Meet evil the industry here are H. A. Prescott -I Oomml.t loner, spent Thursdaywith properly described therein will beHold 1>. 1I40! at which time or jii"
A. K. McKinney, Lester! his sister, Mrs. W. F. God- to the highest bidder at themint to adjournment mild. Court r
4r dictator, in turn, was raking England over with justice ; meet good with good Kite and Waters & Douglas of:I win. house door on the first! Mon. hear, and determine said mutt'I'
I day In the month of April, 11)40! Witness my hand and 0'> j
''k: .'. the coals in his customary manner. It the Confucius"sayings" Brooker. i MV und Mrs. W. C. Wootenj which IM the Ixt day of April, 1940. weal Rt Starke, Hradfnnl < f
Quite different from I titled thin (1th, day of Florida thin 2Vth day of H>H
' doesn't Although some will continue to were vacationing In Atlanta, Ga, .
seem possible now to find any com- 1940. A. 1) 19 tO.OFFICIAL
: heard on every street corner today be alarmed over the depletion of last week-end. They also visited) IOKFICIAL SEAL) A. J. MarCh'1 ( SEAL ,A. 1 ft
,.l.' mon ground for peace negotiations. England relatives In Clerk of Circuit Court of Clerk Circuit Court of Dr
' aren't they? our pine forests, It Is generally I i McRae. Ga. t'linntv. Florida 3-H C'nmlty Florida 3-1 4'
is definitely on record as being out to destroy ,
believed and hoped that the growing -, -
Oh well,--chalk up another fad to the
t, the Nazi regime, and Hitler declares won'tlast "timber consciousness" on the'
lovable, laughable American public. It part of the public will prevent the I
I. he will not stop until Germany gets "livingspace"
TRADE IN
. long, a nd a few extra laughs are worth wholesale devastation that has'
if and the possession of her old colonies. sometimes followed in the wakeof

;( From where we stand right now, it looks their weight in gold. It is safe to, say that pa'per mills In other parts of I II
I
the reputation and influence of Confuciuswill the country. 30 %
\? '; like a long, disastrous war. j ( DISCOUNT
t: ,' 0 not be permanently damaged by the Mill officials themselves urge]'

4 I' over-enthusiasm of his modern "disciples." shippers to be conservative In I
..
Election Day Should Be Regarded their and stress the fact I
_________.._ .n.... cutting
k As Government's Employment Day that timber should not be sold for i I ON TIRES

: The Entire Country RejoicesIn pulp until It has already been
.n Primary Election Day May 7th, was worked for turpentine. If this I

appropriately dubbed "Biennial Employment Defeat of Huey's Old Machine, method of operation is carried!I

j : '. Day" in a recent news article released by the The great state of Louisiana has( at last out a completely the pulp new wood and sales additional become I I Davis Safety-Grip or DeluxeBuy

Florida Tax Revision League Whether or been freed of the burdensome Huey Long source of revenue. The timber in!I

r not the League is the official mouthpiece of machine. The recent victory at' the polls worth Just as much for pulp after| Duvis lire now SAVE! You IHtires'| ", national reputation and ((2))

;h the "duPont interests," the fact remains proved again that the people, if driven hard it has been turpentined as before, I II know >'ou'- getting REAL: value when our definite guarantee of their service and
providing of course, that it has
wfi: that this release contained some good common enough and long enough, will rise at length!I been kept free from fire and the these low price are"'Luvrkril up by ((1)) "a118'8t'tlonl!

r I; "hoss sense" which we judge worth and throw off their oppressor. "faces" have 'not been burned. SAFETY-GRIP DeLUXE

( passing along to our readers. Shippers are also strongly discouraged Strictly first quality. IIJ l
Newspaper comment has echoed the h-"IIt'(< rib All-roa i.type c e n t e r-tractlon-a n drib

r r The article points out that Florida's exultant feeling with which honestpeople all: too small from to properly cutting timber go throughthe thatIs trend providing. quicker stopn In all tread provide remarkable degree of non-

E '. government, state and local, spends more over the country greeted the good news. The' bark-removing apparatus at weather, steadier steering; at nil speeds, skid safety, all-road traction and long
extra! mllf' ,'.
long
I than $100,000,000 a year and is, therefore, the mill. Payment is not made 'p; mileage.
Tampa Times remarked that "Finally fed up '
1.. ,the state's biggest business. Every citizen for logs shipped that are less than I' Guaranteed 18 Months Guaranteed 15 Months
with the Long political machine,which had six inches ut the stump.
I of Florida is a stockholder in that business
robbed citizens poor and rich, corrupted law TIRE
, and citizen contributes in the form u..t Price SALT Price List PrIce SALE Price
every ,
" enforcement and the courts and blackened Sells Property'J. SIZES $ufety-Grip Sn.ty-Grip Deluxe DeLuxe
'"
J" of direct or indirect taxes, to the cost of its EASY
the name of the state, Louisiana voters C. sold his 10
' Manning acre" 4.50-20 $6 *
. $8.65
: operation.
! vigorously kicked bossism in the teeth by farm and dwelling east of the cityto 4.50-21 $10.25 $7,18* .
'*"
9.22
; "If we regard government as a business Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hug lnsI 6..15' PAYMENTS!
Earl K. brother and
1 defeating Long, Huey's 4.75-19 10.45 7.32*
I 9.40 6.58*
: the League "and consider all of Columbia County Tuesday.
says
most recent front man for the Long political 500-19 11.55 8.09''*" 9.-10 6.58*
)' candidates applicants for jobs in that
as 5.25-17 11.30 *
gangsters. 7.91 11.52 8.06* As Low A|
S business fully appreciate the 5.25-18
we can more 12.20 8.54* 10.98 *
"They elected Sam Houston Jones to be % EGt 7.69
HERE* TO
i'' necessity of employing the most capable 5.50.17 12.80 8.96* 11.52 8.06.
I because he pledged himself to rid THEIR HEALTH
: governor 6,00-16
13.95 $1.25
, men available to run our affairs. 9.77. 1255 8.79*
the state of the machine and to ,. M.MIAITHV
prosecute 6,25-16 15.70 10.99* t25 *
j "On May 7th and in the second primary 10.68
" many of its staunchest members. It remainsto Studies in five large American 6.50-16 16.95 11.87* t 25 10.68*
,;\; on May 28th, we will elect state and local Per Week
cltle! show that 78
out of
be of whether he will do persons
seen, course so Other Slzes-Slmmar
officials from governor to constable. In Savings includes Trade-In of Your Old Tire
I whether he is just another''' every 100 upend money foolishly
1 or cheap poli-
; other words, we will employ a general manager on food.

; a board of directors and heads of all tician ; but the issue was clear to the" voters MILK I* not only one of the Wizard DeLuxeBATTERIES. Prices Slashed On
-for or against political bossism.
departments."If !MOST economical foodn, but one

(, we hire good men for these jobs, The ultimate defeat of the Long machine. or the GREATEST health builder BICYCLESSTREAM

men of ability, honesty and integrity, we should prove the most powerful kind of(! of all. Money spent for wholesome For Instant Vital Power and LINED WESTERN

ti will have good government. If we hire men object lesson to political racketeers in all, milk such tut Ot'KS Longer Life FLYERS NOW ONLY

who are the best promisers, the best! hand- parts of the country. It should make them means ninny time" Its value In Backed By A Guarantee Full
Genuine
' .' shakers, or men whose only qualification is realize that they "can't get away with it" good family health. Our milk IstlNSUKPASMKO. Kaloon Double Bar,

'" the fact that they 'need a job'-incompetent forever, and that if they continue their corruption : ..8er\e it DAILY 51 Plate .$5.75 Tires and Coaster Double Spring Saddle
Break
.. men who have neither the ability nor the integrity long enough, the people will eventu Supreme Milk &: Cream Phone 174 And Your Old Batter Y EASY PAYMENTS $1.25

to perform the duties for which they ally come to their senses and revolt. Demand It1 Your Grocer

1 have been elected, we will have inefficient, Tho oft-repeated warning that "Crime PETERSON'SHEALTH Western HOJIEOWNE[)
Auto
: wasteful, extravagant government, and doesn't pay" applies to the world of politicsas BUILDERS Associate Store AND OPERATED '

,!L'y every citizen of Florida will suffer through surely alto the realm of gangsterism. i I'hone Supft'meCJk Ill -: &For Cream Delivery' BY V. S. ST. JOAN






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