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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 15, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OlE SIxTY jYO' STAKKE FLORIDA. FlU DAYI.unl! U. 1940 NUMBER TWENTY .jjj;! ;: It:, i




terans Retained CampBe For Only CandidatesTo Seven Days Government -O. K. -,sPostoffice SiteI: 1




U. S. Attorney Expected Here In Next Few Days ,

[ Wires Qualify Y .S'3-- J, t To "Pay Ofr-Green Says Construction '"I'I.

een > ap teA Will Probably Begin Soon& -* <\.{ .:: t

Threatened Aban- Announcements! Herbert S. Phillips United States, 'Attorney, is expected j f, J f:;"

donment Would Have Slow Down As in Starke within the next few days' to'.closeofficially;' ..--' 1\t':'

Hurt State Parke Deadline Approaches the deal for the new poatoffice site which nag been definitely k' ..:;,1

: approved as 105 feet on Walnut Street by 130 feet on M';';,' ''l\

following telegram was real With only seven days left for J.efferson. beginning at the southeast corner'.of .their June'i''i!,.' .ri.

.d noon yesterday from qualifying political announcements 'a a tion. 1 1' 'I. 'l :\

T-essman R. A. Green in dropped to a low ebb this f ik The good news was contained in a letter received here ; ':J' "

hlagton, D. C.: week with an additional three Tuesday in which Mr. Phillips stated : "We have received 'i,, ; >,.

t final conference with Sec- bringing the total to date to 37. rj ;4a. instructions from the postoffice department 'tto "close the :a, '"', *

of Interior today I was County candidates must file their purchase of the poatoffice site in Starke." :.. ': ;;
|ry outh and filing fee In the officeof '.
assurance that Vet's The property will cost the government a total of $5,800, F', "
i definite the clerk of the circuit court i-. several thousand less that the Call Street location which ,; ,'.! "
at Gold Head Branch here by __
midnight
Camp Saturday, 4 first considered. Bulk of this '
Park will be retained. This March 23.Newcomer. was amount, $4,200 will go ; :i;
e to : : to Mm, Jf. Ij. ITrnzon' for the enr. t'
session was finally made In the current political _' .. ,.. >- proprty; -1 2f ;t w'i- I.
grounds. :. .; ,,.. ner 62 on .' :
personal "
on ;
district picture Is Ernest Hewitt of '. .ill' .hi ff''Y \::.,.:++. Faculties nut by 105 feet on Jefferson. I' .
bus, apparently settled for the Lake Butler who announced that .. ,>tA f1 ?: ,('<.I1: .)."'i 1 "' Eight t l'"
;;. r l. ;'< ""' } Heirs of the J. W Alvarez estates; ,l
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at least, Is the threat- he will be a candidate for State "'" ,, "'i'f."i" ,. ..,. >
being '. v ? ; 1 .,}'t..tJf. v' L' ,, ?'" (J, M. and Lucia S. Alvarez N. ar ,
j abandonment of the Veter- Senator from Bradford and Union #..._ '..& ...&'_m...."_ ",,,, .;'rjil.L.. ., .", t<. D. and Mary O. Wainwright. 'j;: [4
Now y
Camp near Keystone Heights, counties. Mr. Hewitt was form- Pictured above is the large two-story house which will be moved to make way for construction Complete Eunice E. Canova and Florence "I l f ,
of which leaked out here erly principal 0 f the Raiford .' 1
were school of Starke's new postofftce building Now the property of Mrs. J. L. Frazee and located on the Emma Canova) will receive $l,- ?" t L"; .."
employes
when
and served In
_eek ago the 1937 000 for 42 1-2 feet Walnut i
Starke TeachersTo on by
that their services would House of Representatives. He southeast corner of Walnut and Jefferson Street!, this old home was built before the turn of the J I
fled 105: feet deep. Carl M. filch j ; -
be required after March 31. was In Starke Tuesday at which century more than 40 years ago by E. P. Duncan, now a resident of Miami. If It Is moved Intact Be Named will be paid $600 for a strip 25 II"I \ .':

nedlately after hearing the time he made this announcement. Its huge bulk will present quite a problem' for ''contractors. Early Next Month feet on Jefferson by ,103 feet '.

or business men and influ- M. J. Sapp also of Lake Butler deep. Mrs Frazee retains ownership
1'groups here began keeping formally announced for State I Faculties of eight of the nine of her house, which will I

[ wires hot with telegraphed Senator this week. A lifelong Political Rally Rotarians .,,Hear RegistrationSlow white schools in the county were probably be moved Intact (If possible l'

ages to Governor Cone Sen- resident of Bradford and Union At Clay Hill Ed R. BentleyThe completed this week for the 1940- ) to another location. '

Pepper Senator Andrews Counties Mr. Sapp was a Justiceof 41 term following i a special The three deeds covering the i
Representative Lex Green Peace in Bradford for eight Clay Hill P.-T. A. la BponEd R. Bentley Lakeland law meeting of the School Board last property were recorded In the 1

replied that they would doLt years. He stated that If electedhe soi'ing a Political Rally, beginning yer and candidate for the office This WeekNew Friday night when D roo k e r clerk's office here this week and ,:'

they could to save the camp would be "a real friend of the at 3:00: p. m. on Saturday of Attorney General of Florida, teachers were named.Appointments final additions were being made 'i'';

[ that it was included in are- aged the widows and the or- March 30, at the school house. spoke at the Rotary Club here Voters have for B. H. S. will to the abstract yesterday. Mr. :, "
chment program that wouldct phans." All district county and state candidates Wednesday at the luncheon hour. Until not be announced until after the Phillips will probably arrive here' .;" "

hundreds of similar camps Geo. H. Inman formally an- are invited and will be Mr. Bentley I.l a past district, April 20th regular board meeting In April to "pay off" the last of this week. '

all parts of the country nounced for re-election as Brad- given an opportunity to address governor of Rotary and gave an To (;Jet On Hooks although the reappointment of or the first of next. '. n.It n..

protesting it was pointed outt ford County's Representative In the voters inspiring talk on subjects of Interest the principal E. L. Williams has is not definitely known when ;; ,
-a development of the park the State Legislature. He de- The P.-T. A. has already se- to members of the organ Registration !In Bradford County already been muda public actual construction of the $70,- '
the ,
which work the veterans haven clared himself in favor of the ;cured the use of a loudspeaker ization. He stated that often a Is almost at a standstill Supervisor The right faculties that are already 000 poatoffice building will get If.. '

| engaged Is still incomplete open range, lower Interest rateson through the courtesy of a candi man who outwardly seems to N I IJ. Wttlnwrl h t stated I complete are; under way but Congressman. .1.
that abandonment of the loans, state medicine for the date. have few "possibilities" makes yesterday. Since the books were Law try A. Green recently expressed confidence t

would seriously handicap poor and $5: automobile license The Clay Hill School Is in Clay a good worker after he once becomes moved from the precincts MIII'chl I. H. Cody principal, Mrs Helen that work will begin justas ( ,
np future of Gold Head Branch. tags. County near Maxvllle. a Rotarian 4 only 24 persons have registered, CcxJy M ra Blanche Kd wards, soon as bids can be advertised 11-,l'y! I
a survey of the eight precinct Mrs Lonnie Futch, ,Mrs Melvin and contracts let "I feel sure : 1L Jb,
books showed which brings total Futch. Mrs. Eunice that construction will start this (
Mrs.
Humming At New registration in the county to 3- Geo, Roberta Mrs., Emma Kelly Hill, spring or summer," he said .1 ':
1r JgsAre Camp 392, or approximately 4,000 the
and MIsH Catherine Young. In his letter Mr. Phillips stated \ ,
largest registration in the. historyof that the government desires to ',. ,
Hit taker
2 i...h. the county. take of the "
'ganoihlK'arir' d l"*scrufe_oak. 1 -"" .' Mrs Dality Fisher principal, posseMlon property"
The .. ...... ... Mr. 'Walnwl'lght"Xplllned' that at "the earliest possible moment." 8
|a around the east aide of .Irr-v '-.- -..rr -* this figure la not an accurate account Melvin Futch, Mrs. Melva liar- ''I ,
toe tell, Miss Madeline Crosby, Mrs
ngsley Lake' is beginning of the number of Dem-
| a vastly changed appeare. Muriel Norman Mrs. Annie Laura
on
ocrats In the county that may $44,395 Project
few months ago Morgan and Mills Flora Alice Edwards -
Where a 1 vote May 7. and added that about I
silence was so thick it could N .
five
percent (lor 170)) should be
oat "be cut with a knife" the deducted from the total to allow Ilniitpton For Roads
Is now filled with the static for deaths removals, and Re- M W. Morrow principal Miss County

rapping hammers steel rivet- r / pu blicane Ophelia Bryan, Mrs. Floy I Sullivan. .

machines and the hum of e r'h Persons who have not regis- H. B, Wiggins and Mrs, Will Give; EmploymentTo
Ivernment trucks., Loin Muyes
tered have until April 20 to do 200 Men "'orEhthtlIonlh
ork has started y tt so, and have only to come to the Period
orlda's new $750,000: National Supervisor's office on the second Norman Johns principal Mrs. 'I '

|and reservation. Camp Albert r floor of the courthouse( and sign Paul Bridges Mrs. K. It. Wells, Continuation of the WPA road :
Blanding-just seven milesm the oath. and Mrs. Luvertla Shepherd. project la Bradford County has j

ftarke! Registration by precincts dur- Rising. been approved by President! 1 'fl
hat the gigantic new develop- ing the'past'week since the books I Arthur McRae principal Miss Roosevelt and the WPA administration I

tnt will mean to Bradford have been in the courthouse In as : Beverly Cady and Mrs. Kssle and an appropriation of
In dollars and cents Is 1m- $44.395: has been for
unty follows: Lawtey, 7; North Starke :, Crosby. delegated "
Jsslble to estimate but its fun 7 ,t. 10, South Starke 4, Hampton. 0; New Kltrr that purpose according to wires. !i

speculate just the same: Withe Brooker 1; New River 2; Graham Miss Krnestlne Bud cllngton received Tuesday from VVanhing- f''

possibility that 10,000( men First to capture the visitor's eye perhaps are the three old 0; and Therensn, 0. principal and Mrs. Jennie Lee ton. I'
ight be encamped In the area guns laboriously moved from the now defunct Camp Foster to Lazenby The new appropriation for the '

one time during the summer their new home on KIngsley Lake. They are for ornamental purposes Fields Vanderbilt' Bradford road project will be put II'
onths, when it is finally com- I only and will be stationed at the main entrance to the camp. Berry E. W. WllkerHon principal, and to use starting March 19, accorda. .
ete, the possibilities are ap- At right Capt. Ralph W, Cooper, Jr. and Lt Richard G. Kldd White With BloomA Mina Ruth Alvarez. Ing to the announced plans of If
rently unlimited. It has al- survey the beginning of what is expected to be "the finest National Graham the WPA administration. ,a''

ady meant a sizeable new pay- Guard Camp in the country." Capt. Cooper is State resident Quartermaster prediction of a possible freeze Ills Ruth Frailer. Approximately 200 men will be l''
Kldd Is engineer.
Lt
Ill turned loose here to the 15: with headquarters In St. Augustine. here late last week failed to employed by the project for a I

reenters 15: laborers and half -- _....._../".- ,...w ,. 'w. .." tttMR flttttltvFirst materialize and slightly cooler Turner Elected period of from 8 to 10 months.
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I dozen office workers who have temperatures failed to harm Brad- The roads upon which work will ;

\ready been recruited from local w re 1 1eM ford County strawberry bloom Legion CommanderThe begin have not yet been desig-

nks. which Is now whitening fields' In nated. I
Contracts for building! now In thin. area. Jones-Langford-Whlte Pont The WPA has been' effective In I

ogress (or for which bids have Scrapping has begun' on a of the American [,'-glnn. at Its Bradford county since 1933.

hut been let) total $30.000 Three small scale but It will probablybe regular meeting' In the legion Workers employed by the Works

ncrete and steel structures are the fimt of April before any home here Monday night I'rogresa Admlnlntrutlon In the

r w going up: A garage and shop R f considerable quantity of fruit Is a ievolution opposing the adopte"1 road project division are paid 27 I

hildlnj: 68x291:' ; a federal ware- ready for' the market here. onment of the Veterans cents an hour and cannot work

louse 68x145;; and a state ware- w Plant City harvested 162.620 Gold! Head Branch State over 130 hours per month. Their
louse 68x97. Gallespi construe- pint last week, bringing the sen- Copies of the resolution have I.nrk'j maximum salary Is $30.10 per

|on company of Jacksonville has son's total there to 1,7S3.317 for sent to Congressman R A. month. "
Is contract for 60000. Awarded which growers have received! Senators Claude Pepper and C. O I Some workers will probably betaken

his week to the Robinson Conduction $$306,969: This Is a poor show Andrews, and Governor Fred I off the WPA rolls this 1.

Co., of Haines City Is ing when compared with I last Cone. Post officers were also April when they resign to accept

$20,000 contract for construction year's figures By thin time In elected jobs during the strawberry season
of ten mess halls and kitch- 1939 Plant City had shipped 18.- The Post went on record as according to C. A. Futch. )141 i;
|ns, each 22x90. Contract for a The bristling thicket pictured a b o v n Is not 936.044 pints grossing farmers not favoring the proponed aband- timekeeper 1!
jell and Mouse has been permanent residence to be constructed Is composed of some strange new Bradford County $1,667,840. onment of the camp "as It Is
pump of
to the Well & Pump story-and-a-half structure showniSove. crop or even some fantastic new Implement, Average price of fruit 1 last not complete and would mean a Richard Qualifies
pen Gray off the highway warthe objects are nothing more' or less than
Just u atones throw week In Plant City was 24 1-2 loss of a substantial amount of f
0
of
Jacksonville.In surrounded the 900-
[ electrician.l metal fence posts that once
the camp For Treasurer
by
the scenes here the Tele- It will 'be occupied Florida Power & Light Co. acre Camp Foster reservation. Since the area cents money to this section. ;
1'/t
Nearby will be a Is : At this time last Bradford Roan J, Turner wax elected /
raph has attempted to portray constructed In the near future to be under fence at Blanding 25.00O acres year
Jacksonville
be of
Richard -
tallon to R. L. (Bob)
sub-
to succeed L. D.
small portion of the activity families will be living at the camp almost 30 times as large, ns Foster, the old growers had shipped 870.- Font Commander Lake 11 !'
and (
hat is now In progress east of Several the next few months. posts will not go far; will be used along State 400 pints for which they had Vlnlng S. A. Weldon was elected Spring near Saturday ,
within -
f ingsley. To fully appreciate the Highway 48.Salvage realized around $6 ,2W. First Vice-Comma n d e r, L. J. Keystone Heights) qualified '
"! candidate for state
as a I
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elected Second vice-
Powell I
was
of
An unusual number January,
agnitude how-
of the project
Commander and W S. Sibley was treasurer In the May primaries. 1
freezes account for the delayed
ver, a trip to the site Is recom-
mailed to
fee
His was
elected Chaplain.A qualifying j
ended. t crop. I II number of veterans from the Secretary of State R. A. Gray -t

ql I Ex-Resident Dies Gold Head Branch State Park without any statement concerning s
illiams Namedo camp were present and several his candidacy. f
mad talk, explaining that the Mr. Richard Is well-known here t
Aid C. M. T. C. Word has been received here
visited relatives In this
44d of the death of W. J (Josh) The- work was not complete, showing having

E, L. Williams principal of B.S. aut, 86. who was railway agent the value of the park to the state I community on numerous occa-
I., has been named "county i tr +! K+ert +rr+... here 63 years ago for the FlorIda and of the great amount of rood: klons. He a the father of Mrs.
f'de"' to assist In the enrolling of ritawlawEt +- Railway & Navigation Co. being done there. "There l" a W. J KpperHon: Jr.
+ After leaving here Mr. Theaut year work to be done yet' one I Other candidates for treasurer ;
pung men in the Civilian Mill- I t
| are W. 1>1. mill) Wainwright,
Jacksonville of the speakers stated
try Training Camp which will j je < made his home In I : I
formerly of :Starke and now state ,
conducted this summer at for a while, finally moving to (

!toough'ort Scriven July 11.from June 12 .- a r Decatur.ruary 26.Survivors.Ca. where he died Feb- I Tobacco Iteinrf Set ,I auditor Larson of In Tallahassee Keystone Heights and J.and Ed.I ; ;)

Those who enroll will not bender r ., Include his wife anda Bradford! County farmers with former collector of Internal rev- 4'
Mrs C. C. Fam-I tobacco allotment are bUllY this I eaueI .
daughter, r
future
any military obliga- delicate 'I .Incumbent Treasurer nV.. ?
the
>Ion &W.000 .- and sons Dr. W. month transferring l
seven
and 30 of life of the brough
days small portion
'ill be camp A sea of brick 1 A from a two-mile lumber from the buildings that once ''M. Theaut. Dr. B R. Theaut, Dr. plants from the seedbeds to the ;i Knott has announced that he will
given at government ex- that have be-en shown above. Piledas from office at the explrai -
Foster U i allot- retire
atdCamp will comprised Camp :Mtlvln. field Bradford's tobacco
> They Clifford
ense. f'o ter. I Elwood Theaut
Application blacks and stretch of old road reach, this material will be i his term.N. .
of
first service far as eye can I ment thU Is 218.4 acres. tlon prevent :
and
street Theaut. I I year
formation Wade and Clyde
bulletins may be ob- go into the entrance used In construction of mesa halls and kitchens.
alned from Mr. Will lam*. roads built at lilandlng.

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As Youthful As Spring Itself PINE LEVELBy February List 3rd Term O. K.edIn Notice In. hereby N OTIC given 13 to all the, property embrace In the the follo\Com,,,',is,. '.*

Mr*. II. M. McRae creditor and claimant against the ford State of Florida MII 1
I Of SubscribersAlthough Gallup's PollThe estate of William Patrick Went We.t Half of Souu!'",., |
that you are to file your claim, of Southwent Quarti., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown and. duly sworn to. with County Judgeof Township Six: : South Seeds.
Buddy Oliver of Sampson City: February Is the reaction of the public to the Bradford County. Florida, within Kant, containing 20 A' na1P
shortest month in the year a eight month from first publication less. ma,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. question whether President Roose- hereof or name will be barredby The assessment of 'n"
Underwood Sunday afternoon. large number of readers found statute of Limitation erty under the said ,yeti
time to call at the Telegraph office velt will break the third-term Thin March 16th' 1940. sued wa In the ream ? i ..,
t ),11'. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and W. A. Colley, Executor: Long.Unless. 'I 8r4j
and renew their subscrip and seek to be reelectednext
little son, Harley and Aubrey precedent 3-15 4t 4-& said certlflt, ,10
tions. They were: November has changed redeemed according; r J 141 l
Wigging all of Jacksonville spent property described I hpre'l.
r Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson, W. H. Struth, slightly since the outbreak of the l\ THIS ('IIt'i'l'r C'O..T HIFOI1 AND old to the highest. 'iji7,|.' w,"
w Carl M. Hitch, Carolyn Hutto, llltlllFOIIU COl' !N 'r YiFLOMIUA. courthouse door on the a *
H. M. McRae. war in Europe, but the consensus day In' the month of. "
r "rte Mrs. C. L. Moltt, James O. Sew- which la the let. d..,v 'Aurii'
II. M. McRae and son Owen, still Is that he will run again and IN CHANCERY Hated this 17th "
New- djji
ell R. W. Brannen Pitt
rt
... recently visited the bedside of E. be re-elected, according to survey 1!:. C. Taylor, Plaintiff. 1940. yell,
some, T. C. Chastain, J. M. Alvarez OFFICIAL
J. McRae, who Is III at his homein Freeman Register, Orle figures announced recently by the CarHe8plvey'VII- Taylor. Defendant.In Clerk{ of Circuit SEAL Court) A I Tk>
Waldo. American Institute of Public the Name of the State of Flor- County, Florida. "
2'23\
Wiggins W. B. Mundy, Dr. J. ida Greeting:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under- W. Brownlee Mrs. H. D. May, Opinion, of which Dr. George To: Carrie Spivey Taylor whose IV THK CIHrriT COMIT i.
is director. lam known residence wa Atlanta, II' 0.95 BHAI>FOItl
hill of Mr. Gallup > t'o'\I'
Rising were visiting
M. J. Surrency. O. E. Griffis, L. Georgia YOU ARE! HEREBY RECJUIIiKn PL\lIIU\ \;

and Mrs. J. L. Underhill Sunday. A. Fowler, Lacy Conway, Mrs. Another Institute study relatingto to appear to the Hill. of IN CHANCKnv

W. E. Oliver la spending this Ida Maxwell, O. W. Griffin El- the President's proposed 28 per Complaint on or before filed Monday herein, against 8th day you of Henry NOTICE R Thomas TO ,DKKPvi u'

week with relatives at Sampson bert Bowers, Mrs. Chas. Burton, cent reduction In Federal spend- April A. l>. 1940, or Decree Pro Plaintiff,
Container Corporation of America, ing for relief showed 59 per cent Confeatio will be entered against -vs-
Marie A. Thomas,
you.
i ik City.Mr.. and Mrs. Nathan Tillis of Carl Johns R. F. Clark, A. B. approving and 41 per cent againstit. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant
The proposed plan to Increase thin notice be publttthed In the IN THE NAME OF TIn
Trenton spent Saturday nightwith Wiilllama, J. J, Rlgdon. W. N. Bradford County Telegraph a news KLOKIDA. OKEKTINO: "T(1)

J, Mr. and Mrs. V. R.' Brown- North, L. A. Brown S. E. Rltch, Federal spending for national de- paper published In Bradford County TO: Marie: A. Thomni.Idenre a ts,,
O. F. Tomllnson, Geo. Williams, fense was approved by 79 per once weeks.each week for .four consecutive IM unknown:

Ing.Mr.. and Mrs. William Brown- Mrs. Ellen Nor m a n. Chester cent; 62 per cent approved a pro- Witness. my hand and official to YOU appear ARE to HF.IUIlItFQI'the bill of ,:; m''
21 cent reduction in Heal this the 6th day of March, A. filed herein ? '
against
Col- posed per
Ing and mother were visitor in Moody. L. A. Canova. J. F. you" 'ne
I> 1940. fore the
Monday, 8th
da\.
the Gum Branch section Sunday. ley J. F. Shaw, Mrs. A. E. Wall, public works spending, and 52 per (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, A. n. 1940. of,

..rrSM Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Mrs. Gilbert Mrs. J. C. Manning. Mrs. C. B. cent approved a 30 per cent cut Clerk of Circuit Court. 3-8 4t 3-29 IT IS PirHTIIKR OIlDElrB:
this order be published ;,
Brown, and Mrs. J. D. 0 d o m Strickland, Earl Cook, E. B. in aid to farmers. ford County Telegraph h the a J

w were visiting Mrs J. L. Underhill Andreu, N. N. Prevatt, Mrs Geo. Result of Questionnaire c"I'r.'I"Ol'iNU NOTICK paper published In iiud "i-m,
The State of Florida; To all persons Bradford once each '
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Saturday. H. Inman, C. C. Norton, R. L. ':The institute asked' a highly Interested In or creditors of week iwconnecutlve

.. Leslie Fountain of Pen ney Lee A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Mrs. L. representative cross-section of the I-awtey State Bank, a Florida Banking WITNESS my hand and ?.

Farms was visiting friends here A. Wynn. M. L. Johns J. M. voting population in each of the You Corporation are hereby: notified that a Heal 1940. this *nd day of Man hi,*

Sunday afternoon. Mott, Fred Rhoden, Mrs. W. R. forty-eight States: 'Do you think stockholder petition for the dissolution (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I TV

Mr. and Mrs.,. L. A. Crosby and Swanbom C. C. Melvin, S. J.' President Roosevelt will run for a. Florida of flanking said l..awt..y Corporation State Bank has, Clerk Circuit Court. ,.| II

children of Sunny Brook were Norman Ebb Thornton, Myrtle a third term? Do you think he been duly filed In Circuit Court of IV THE CIRCI'IT t.(1t RT
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.w R. B. Whitehead If he ?' The Bradford County Florida and that HltAI>FOHI> COI'\T .
: dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. H. Oliver Lydia will be re-elected runs you are required to file your written IN CHANCKHVFt. Hoi

M. McRae Sunday. Johns, H. G. Alderman, T. J.: answers of those with definite defense to said petition on or F. Clark,
:: L. Griffin, Mrs. Ida Sweat: before 10:00: A. M. on March 2t, A. ComplalntantVK ,
Little Miss Gwendolyn McRae Perry, opinions are: D. 1840, at which time or pursuant

l visited her uncle and aunt. Mr. Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Harvey White' President will run ______ 52 p. c. to adjournments said Court will John- I>-. McKlnlay et al

and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Lake R. A. Brannen, Mrs. Maude C. President won't run ____ 48 p. c. hear and determine hand said and matter.Witness official. nefendant

City, recently. Copps, A. D. Crosby, P. M. Barefoot -, Would be elected ______ 60 p. c. seal at Starke my Bradford County John NOTICE 1>. McKlnlay IS HEREBY, Edmonla OIVB H I

J. S. Norman, Mrs. J. C. Would be defeated ______ 40 p. c. Florida this 29th day of February,' Lottie Moon Hawke Frarlu
Cone E. K. Merton F. the chief for A. I>. 1940.OFFIIAL. I bert Lincoln Leah I.. FI
RISINGBy Perryman, "One of reasons ( SKATA.. S. Thomas Elisabeth Fearing William
Clark, H. H. Houston, T. N. Ken- the persisting belief in a third-, Clerk Circuit Court of BradfordCounty Inflr 2nd., Lincoln Fearing
Mra. II. II. Lewis 3-22
Florida 3-1 4t
drick, Ethel Jones, E. A. Heartle. term race. of course. l Is the European I Brown H. Johnson Ardilia Francis Johnson.. II and Wi'

Mrs. George Reddish of Hell-I war and the unsettled con and Gilbert F. WllllaniK Ant
ur dition of American relations with :NOTK'r: OK APPLICATION FOR William and James n \\iii,
bronn
was visiting her parents. Fraser Spoke Here T\X DEED and Benjamin. Ollbcit. .n4
Mr. and Mrs., Everett Norman the Orient." ("ieiiailr Hill No. 16n of them. If alive, and If d.,,
I Saturday NightVoters -_ NOTICK IS HERKBV OIVEN the unknown helm. devlnrmteen
Saturday. ri.KHK4- IIIPo11T That M. K. Urlner & S. It. Cahoon Krantee or assigns
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Stnrke, Fla, February. 2<>th. 1940 holder of Tax Certificate No. 6911! of the above named d"ollll
,
should be as much con- Ilepnrt of the Clerk of the ( Ir- Issued the 5th day of September that a suit hail been filed it
Mr. and MI'.. W. C. Conner were A'I i
cerned with the duty of electing cult Court In and for Bradford I F. 1932 has filed same In my each of them In the 'Irt-iilt' '
; visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bishop County, Florida, on account of fice and has made application for a for Bradford County Florida
Thomas of LaCrosse! Saturday. public officials as they are with taxes. assessed. for the year 1939.'I tax deed to be issued thereon. Saidrertlfleate F. Clark for the purpose u
the conduct of their own Individual ('. A. Knight Tux Collector, To embraces the following move cloud. and ifiiiet the tithe
Walter Underhill and eon, Jack, Hradford County, 1B40 dent rlber! I property In the County ofBradford following described 1 land.
made a business to Jackson- businesses, Edwin i G. CountProper I State of Florida to-wlt: InK and being In Bradford lu
trip
Fraser of Macclenny, candidate To Balance. due $2.IOij.94 Nt,., of NWVi< & SW"/4 of NWVi\< Ea, Florida to-wit:
ville Saturday. 2 A In NW Coy & 2 A In SW Cor &'
Hv Amount collected __ ..1 306.40 Parts of Lot. Six and Kir
i Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner and for State Comptroller, declared In To Ralanre due ._ _____. 1,001.54 5m4 of !H\Vt't! ex 11 2-6 A In SB, Block 34, In J. M. .John AH
a speech here Saturday night. Fine JBc Forfeiture I Cor & W 941 ft of the S 1000 ft of'! to Town of Starke, Florida I lr
Good for town, country, or wherever else the energetic young daughter, Elna, of Gum Branch To Ttalanre due 9790.10 NI':'. of SW16(< : SWof: SW% & tlon 28 Twp. 8 South Rarr
R were dinner guests of Mr. and "If the individual Ls to make fly amount collected __ .1 11453 S A In NW% of SWVi H of Lake ftV EaHt described all follows,
lady might go, Is this blue and white checked wool coat, nippedIn the most of his business To Halanre due ________ 675.58 \ M7! ft of SKV4 of SW'/i l Sec. 13 Beginning at the corner 01(
Mrs. W. C. Conner Sunday.H. oppor- County Hoed und llrlilnre I Tp. 8 S. K. 22 E., containing 240 and Church Streets and run u
waist and
the dark
at worn over a plain wool dress. I
C. Hobbs attended church! tunities he must have cooperation To Balance due $2.633,68II I Aires. more or less. North on Church Street 62H
and able assistance from his ) mount collected .___$ 381.74To The assessment of the said prop- thence east and parallel with
at Keystone Heights Friday night Halanoe due _________ 2,251.94 erty under the said certificate issued Street 100 feet thence Sot
BETHEL BOATDRAIN J.. C. Ross of Hawthorne was: elected representatives In govern- C..t,. Nebo Cienernl was In the name of H. J. feet thence East (6 feet i r:
mental offices" the young Baker To Balance due 2.633.68 Stewart.ITnlesn. South 52Mi feet to Nona )>
By Mn. D. D. Woodard By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls visiting E. C. Lewis Friday. I fly .amount Collected __?$ 381.74To Maid certificate shall beredeemed thence Went Ionic North li'
Mrs. Ralford Alvarez of Pine- County man declared. TUIanre due _____.____ 2251.94 according law the Nona Street to point of begin,
Mrs. E E. Lee has returned Taxes from businesses Total l SBb-Hrkunl llrirulnrTo property described therein will be And you and each of you i>
r Joe Griffis and daughters, Ruth Level was visiting Mr. and MrsPaul private llalHiice due $2,(33..10: I sold to the highest bidder at the persons In Interest are orders
11{ home after spending several daysIn and Eunice, of Clay County were Underhill Friday. and private Income support our. rev ,amount eolleetedS 313.13 court house door on the first Mon required to appear In Raid can
Jacksonville with her son-in- and "and if' To Hiilanoe due ___.___ 2.250.17 day In the month of April 1940, Monday April let 1940, 10',
Mrs. E. C. Lewis governmental agencies,
visiting In this section sons, .. which Is. the 1st day of 1940.
Sunday. T f..l !loa b ""It... I llonded April Bald Bill of Complaint HO elk
,t, law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Zl: Reed and Meed, spent Saturday those agencies are not properly To Balance due I3.H70.78: I Killed thin 6th., day of March, against you a* defendant"f h
Mra. Z. Griffis Uv mount collected9 38998To 1940. which, and there In a derrrrdCourt
Arch Prevatt. with Mr. and Mrs. WOodrow operated money appropriated for i
and Mrs. Maggie Green were din-. Balance due ___--.... 3,480.80 OFFICIAL( SEAL) A. J. Thoma ,will be. entereft agalnnl i i
4 Mra. Jimmie Woodard ban re t Thomas of LaCroHse. their existence will be wasted, AflrrleuttMral Clerk of Clrt-ult Court of Bradford It Is l further ordered that tti
rturned home after spending several ner guests of Mr. and Mra. W. E.: Mr. and Mrs.. Zeff Lewis were Fraser said To Balance due S 131,68Iiv I COIIIII'orlda.' 3-8 4t 3-29 tics be published once a wed i
Green Sunday.Mr. amount collected ___ .9 19 OS four consecutive week.. In theB
days with her daughter Mrs. { visiting their son, Tommie Lewis, "If elected comptroller of the To Malanre due .._____ 112.60 ford County Telegraph a new
and Mrs. S. F. Grlffla are In Jacksonville "'''1(..t.'. I'rnnlon having a general clrculatlni
., Saturday.
Susie Gliason of Palatka. State of Florida I pledge cap- Tn Hatam-R :\OTUK OF AI'PI.ICTIOV In
the due 131.68 published Bradford Cn
proud parents of a baby girl
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter able courteous administration of I KOI TAX I>RKISenate >
rty __ Florida.
; Mrs. E. E. Lee, Mills Gladys amount collected '$ 19.09
1, .born on March 9th. and children of Hellbronn were To Iliilnnce due __._ ..__ 112.69 ( Bill \... 16.1) Done and ordered at Starke,'
the office at all times
Lee, Miss Leafle Starling and C. recalling Itonil livid. Interest A I< NOTICK IS HEREBY OIV. N.I Ida, thin 28th day of FebruirI
I lnklnicFun.l
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Rye of and Bert That F:. 1':. Lee holder of
Lee recently visited Mrs L. Fin- visiting Mr. Mrs. Shaw that I was elected by the people % of Tax 1940.
Starke were visiting Mrs. Eugene: Sunday. To Valance due $..191.60 I I Oitlflcatu No. 448, Issued the 2nd., (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Th
of this State to their Interests
,I! who is 111. guard day of September A. D.
ley I 1935 has
| Prevatt fly! amount collected ..$ 1,024.71 Clerk of Circuit Court, \Ptu
recently.I Buddie and Bobble Lewis were in Tallahassee and sent I To llalance due ._ 2,366.87 filed same In my office and ha.made County Florida 1-1 Si
Mr. and Mr Robertson ---- u
P. A.
application for... tax deed to ferryman
., of Rusuell were visiting friendsIn I Maggie Green was visiting visiting Harold and Bud die there to serve them as their rep- I h.. .Issued theieon. certificate_ E.S"I1ctt' K. or for i iitiinlnlnn,

I Mrs. John Prevatt Sunday after Crawford of Hellbronn Sunday. resentative In all matters. per-
this section over the wvek-
k'rt noon. taining to the office"
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GRAHAM Following lila address Mr.
<<.
HAMPTON EVERGREENBy fly Mrs. L. C. Smith Fraser graciously offered the

Airs. F. A. Kosler facilities of his public speaking .
lly Miss Ada Nlmmo Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson .
system to James Mailings worth,

,J' Thomas Simmons of Chase City, Miss Vlrgle Gaftklna of Hell and little daughter, Anna Jean, local candidate for Supervisor of
bronn spent Sunday with Mrs. J. of Waldo were dinner guests ot:
friends here Registration and to Earl Farnell,
Virginia was visiting
.. I t E. Rosier. Mr. and M r s. R. M. Johnson
this week. 19-year-old Worthington Springs
\Irs. H. F. Redding and son, Sunday. youth and winner In '1938 of the

Mrs. Margaret Whlttemore, one Louis, were visitors to Jacksonville Mra. Rachel Starling was visit- Future Farme rs of America I
!p of efficient teachers who has
our ing In Starke Monday.
Friday night. speaking championship in Florida.
.!\ been 111 for several weeks, has a I Friends and relatives of Mr.
I Mra. J. S. Rosier was visiting: Young Farnell spoke In behalf
host of friends here who delighted
are und Mrs. I. W. Dyal gathered at
I relatives In Lawtey Sunday morn of Fred Cone's candidacy for,
to see her In her class
their home Sunday in honor of
ing. United States Senator, pointing'
room again. About 50
Mr. Dyal's birthday. out that Mr. Cone while governor I
The Rev. II. M. Tillman
The Rev. Mr. Warren will fill of. guests were present.Mr. had nearly balanced thestate' I
Jacksonville filled his very
his regular appointment at the regular appointment and Mrs. Leroy Wasdin of
here at the budget, had not levied any
ii Baptist church next Sunday Baptist Palatka were visiting the bed-
and had
/ I church new taxes always
L morning and evening. Saturday and Sunday. side of H. D. Wasdin Sunday.Mr. worked for the best interests of

The Junior High School closes Miss Louise Rosier spent Thurs- and Mrs. W. T. Me Ever Florida
as whole.
a
here this week. This Is Prof. day at the State Farm with Mrs. were visitors to Starke Saturday.

:M. W. Morrow's third term here, Craig Gllsaon. -* We are sorry to report that

I and we are delighted to have Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Redding Mrs. Annie Ward who has been Teacher RequirementsStated

1' him return. lot Glen St.Mary attended church sick Is not Improving at this By Gibbs

R' Mrs. C. L. Houser. of Flat here Sunday night. writing. She Is now at the homeof

Rock Ala., is the guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding, her daughter, Mrs. Florle McKinney Florida's county school boards

mother, Mrs Ida Maxwell, this Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand In Starke. have authority to hire only teachers -

!) week. daughter of the State Farm MI' and Mrs. Clarence Melton who went to college for at

were visiting their mother, Mrs. and sons. Cecil and Jlmmle ot least two years.Attorney .

t VANDERBILTBy H. F Redding Sunday.A Starke attended Sunday Schoolat General George Couper

1'1188 Velma Norman number of relatives and I the Baptist church Sunday. Gibba ruled last week that the r
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and
i'rlenda from here attended the Lloyd new school code empowers boardsto
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Norman funeral l of West Wilkinson which children, Inez, Rose and Jimmie, fix standards not Inconsistentwith

And family were dinner guests oft of Columbus. Ga., were visitingMr.
was held at Long Branch Cemetery qualifications established by
:Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and Smith's uncle and aunt, Mr law.
near Maxvllle Sunday after
family of Woodlawn last Sunday. and Mrs. L. C. Smith, Tuesday Now In EffectWE
noon. He
told Colin
Mr. and Mrs. Miller Johns and I Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Barry of English, superin-
tendent of education
children of New River were visit Tampa we revisiting relatives that the

ing Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe GUM BRANCH : Sunday.Mrs. county boards may reject the recommendations ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT

and family Sunday. | lly MN, Elizabeth Harnag-e I Roy Mathews and daughters of district trustees THE CITY OF STARKE IS NOW IN POSITIONTO :
i if Instructors whose
J. C. Manning of this section I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillyard Misses Martha and Margie, recommended do employment Is FURNISH ITS RESIDENTS ELECTRICAL
la spending a few days with his of Starke were visiting Mrs. L. not meet the col THE
and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Manuel lege training CURRENT AT 2c PER K. W. H. AFTER
Mrs. Bill Bowden In C. Smith and Miss Alta requirement.English's
daughter, and two children I 1 of Benson daughter. FIRST 100 K. W. II.-RIGHT IN LINE WITH!
Wauchula.Mr. Sunday.Mr. request for a ruling
Springs were visiting relatives THE LOWEST RATES BY
and Mrs. F. M. Norman I here and Mrs. Chester Blake of dealt only with new teachers. BEING OFFERED

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sunday. Georgetown S. C., were dinner The attorney general decided I ANY PRIVATELY-OWNED UTILITY COMPANY ;

Prevatt and family of Lawtey at Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and gueiits of Mr. and Mra. E. Strick- also that employment of teachers i IN THE STATE. NOW YOU CAN:

Lawtey Sunday. children of the State Farm were land Monday.Mr. Is an affirmative action and does 1 e HAVE THAT ELECTRIC STOVE AND THE

Brence Roberts of Lacoochee Is guests of Mr and Mrs Felix and Mrs. E. J. Mickle of not take place by default if an Instructor ELECTRIC HEATERS YOU HAVE ALWAYS

visiting his sister, Mn. William Sapp Sunday.Mr. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Is not notified his ser- LONGED FOR. WHY WAIT? HAVE THEM I
and Mrs. J. S. and vices will not be /
a Sapp. Sapp Mra. F. M. Griffin Sunday. required. INSTALLED NOW !

Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman daughter, Selma, spent the week State law requires school boards I

t and children attended the funeral end In Jacksonville UUMSCIIF.JULENGrthbouncl to act within four weeks of the

services of Wesley Wllkeraon at Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keene end of a term on appointments I /

f Long Branch Cemetery Sunday were visiting In this section Sunday -, Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. for the next term. English asked Per K. W. H.

c afternoon.Carl afternoon. I 12:30 p. m., 1:45: p. m., 6:10: p. the status of a teacher who did!II I c

Sapp of Hellbronn Springs Mr. and Mra J, C. Sapp and m.. and 10:10: p. m. not receive notice In the required I

l was visiting Mrs. Sarah Alvarez son Hobble of Sampson City were SouthboundLeaves time of his dismissal. |

n and children over the week-end. visiting relatives In this section Starke at 2:40: a. m, Gibbs said the teacher could not I AFTER THE FIRST 100 K. W. H-

Miss, Gladys Manning of Gainesville I Sunday afternoon.Mr. 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20: assume he would be employed be-I''

w In visiting her grandparents. p.m. cause "appointments of
and Mrs. H. L. Edwards principals I |
:Mr and Mrs. Jim Manning WeM bound
and instructional
Bent
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. employee must ,
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We are glad to report that | Faulkner of Vanderbilt Monday. Leaves Starke at 5:33: p. m., I be the result of an affirmative I |

; :Mltia Margie Reddish Is able to I and 11:30: a. m. *" I action and cannot be made by de-I| City Bond TrusteesOF
Mrs L. L. Conner
i was visiting
return to school after a short Ill- Eastbound I fault."
i Mr. and Mrs J. F. Shaw of the) j
ness. Leaves
Starke at 5:20: p. m. -

Everyone please remember State Farm Tuesday. Ticket of flee,and bus depot atConway's Wedding Invitations a specialty. STARKE FLORIDA
church services at Wateroak this I Joe Carter of Vanderbilt spent I ,
it Service Station, corner .:'rlnt<*l. engraved or embossed.
week-end. 'the week-end here with relatives Highways 13 and 48. Bradford County Telegraph.


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_tn-Chlef STAFF___-__- Jean Davis Elementary EchoesFIFTII Senior Play very worthy ambition and we are silver sandals? Helen and Loral took the cake I And "3. B." J. W. and Muriel Lee and Ver-

*- -In-Chief ___ Oarl Swll confident that Billy will succeed. In striking blue Marine In glow- makes) an Ideal mother for all our non and Patsy.
__... L. H. Harper and Last
GRADE NEWS Friday Night Billy likes to receive letterS !
playa
Ferol Jones 'Heard of the
H Ing peach, Estelle-Baby Green, some Hampton
B.nd Patrol Francln Frank Robinson Fleher Friday we elected officers. Was Big SuccessTwelfth (he's not saying from whom, but Odessa In flowers, Eleanor gleam- Yes! a few of our students did girls were stranded in Brooker
IT ____ Mabyl Leach Is
our
her Lake
S? president we think he met at the
{.,tub-- .________ Kstelle Austin Leslie ; ing black and Joe Ella in glittering look happy Friday night. Including the other night. Is that right.
V Plummer Bradley, reporter vice. Isn't it wonderful what romances
.. .... Bllaabeth ; Grade Pocket, ?
'phi ._-... Clara Ma* Harley president. Junior Baldwin; Sec can start at our beautiful Lake! Aqua Marine. They looked Marian, Helen and Billy &girls

_----_..- Margaret Pearce retary. Lucille Alvarez. I T $60 From Annual Play; But Billy still carries a torch fora like "Hawaiian Pt neappea." J.. Odessa and Ernest, L. H. and So long folks. I'll see you at

KfKClAL REPORTERS Our Wt Weather Cuts Profits S Boy! but the play showedBradford's Betty Cecil and Jo Ella!: Mike the Banquet! I
narcissus bulbs i
v>awnsend Louise St.rn, Alta are now certain brunette here In Starke.
Hall 1 Arch Thomas talent. Jean Davis and Estelle, 'Billy D. and Margie -Peeper.
t Jack blooming.We Last Thursday afternoon the Can't say that we blame him!
M. GalassMainmy
1.
have been doing some senior presented for the first ,

Sez finger-painting at noon each day. time, this year's annual 12th
ESTELLE MOTT
We use our fingers instead of grade play" : "Grandma Goes Hol What a beauty! exclaimed Mr. I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I I

dat paint brushes. The paint is not lywood. It was not ao goodnotdue
chillun positively
,
jl I, Sam when he first saw the little .

good senior play. Jean like other paint. It Is thick like to any fault of its director, girl on June 23, 1921. Rstelle ...., ClreaM Jndare 11'.. C....,. Judge p... C...er.->nist. 4 I

' fa swell-elegant Gram and pudding and will wash off eaally Miss Ruth Sternberg, but to baa always been treasured, since I announce my candidacy for Right year ago the good peopleof I hereby announce myself a candidate '; it
.Tasmln.d Miss Smith, teacher. some lines that had not been Circuit Jude of the Big-nth JuJIcIaCtnult Bradford Cnunty elected me to for re-election .. County
eth a scrumptious he was exceptional: to the Mott of Florida In Urour one, be County Judge and for seven Commissioner from District numner
Rivers were plenty cute Leslie Bradley, reporter. learned so well as they might family with her blonde hair. and solicit. the support of at dem years I have served them In an efficient four comprisingha voting 'prerlnrts -
number be have been. Miss Sternberg was ocratla elector In the, I.40 t rlmary' and satisfactory manner, of riraham, Hampton and
little] chorus Eatelle began school at Brooker D. K. KNIUHT and at time operated the Therensa. It re-elected I promiseto
; acts. Dey will git tickled SIXTH GRADK NEWS disappointed; her patience was office at h".n.r: y low cost to at of but
everything We have a new pupil, Johnny I beginning to give out, as she the age six, because ot For. fireuft Judas the tax payers. Therefore, without abiLity Thanking you for pant and
e ob Illness stopped during the term. hesitation, I hereby announce for future support. I amRespectfully
Lee glared little
Daniel. We a harder
are at members -
very gladto re-election
a* County Judge, and
,
klnoa worried Frl-
wuz Since Estelle loves to to school
ph have him with us. I of the cast, gave them firm go ask for your support and vote. It. S. W ASDIt.F. : .

tlte. Mammy hopes every. We have been making safety and final warning that Fridaynight's and enjoys studying, she started K. K. PKRRYMAN. County Judge

worked out o. k. at de back the next term with a determined -
posters, using stick figure draw performance had better .. Cejntr Weaeo Sup.ri.teudeut
J tho. beat air tbat said: "If at For Hrkovl Hoard-l)ls. 3 I
ings. They are very nice. Thursday's by a long-shot. hereby announce my candidacy
B." spent de week-end wid In history we have been It did. Noses of the first you don't succeed try, try I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Superintendent of
tremblingcast
Said she had de bestus study again." Estelle graduated from for ts-.i etlon front Schoo Public Instruction of Bradford
ing; about exploration of Florida. were buried deep Into their Board District No. a subject to the County subject to the will of the
And oh my! Let me tell the ninth grade at Brooker then action of voters at the Primary Democratic elector In the primary .,
flowers play-books steadily from Thurs-
Many lovely have
die hab done received det been began at Bradford High School. May 7, 1910. If elected I promiseto election on May 7, 140. If electedto .
brought this week. day to Friday night. One member continue a fair, conscientious and this Important office I pledge to :
present from her par Miss teacher. already sure of h e r lines Estelle's dislikes are English equitable administration of this office the people of this county a safe, '
I don't blame her, I'd Kennedy, IV and silly little boys. Her to the host of my ability.Respectfully wane, and sound administration el ,
Dorothy Mott and Wanda Pearce was. nevertheless so determinedto the duties Involved. Tour vote and '
too.sho'. reporters. have them just right that she i likes are horse-back riding,; E.! J. LEWIS.! active support will be greatly ap- .'

I is a pretty ring Grace took her book i basketball and tall dark, and, predated.
on a trip to Jacksonville DR. W. K MIDDLETON.

wearing. Now I won. This week we have been studying tangled a stranger up I handsome boy., especially one, I ....1' ('..u.t,. (".... .. ...._IMst. 3 \

In the situation (you often hear her singing, Oh, I hereby announce myself a candidate S
did about Indians. The class wall by asking her to for County Commissioner for County ...rrln4ea) > it ,'
IT! Where Mammy see MiMe).
divided into committees each of read cues. I I District number three, and earnestly After moving back home, my
George, Mike and J. E., which different Estelle has blonde hair, gray solicit your vote and support, promising many friends throughout the count ,
reported on a And It
so was that last Friday If have persuaded to for Suliarlntendent
niter :, elected to discharge the me run ,
tribe. We drew and painted pictures night after the play moat people blue eyes, weighs 135 pounds and duties of said office In a fair, nf Public Inetruot.)1for \

jest wonderln' If Jenelle and made a frieze of the Is 5 feet, 5 inches tall. .economical and business-like. man- Bradford County. I hereby announce -
HI emotional? But It. seems were calling it "good. "cute, ner. Thanking you for your asslalance ray candidacy for the officeof \

Is wid dat junior- Indians, their homes, and their. "very funny,"-were giving the When Estelle finishes school I am, Huperlntanrlent of Fubllo Intructlon -

erybody work. We wrote some very interesting cast looks and words that lifted she plans to be an air hostess.Since'she Yours respectfully, for Bradford County . banquet comIn' off tonlte R. U LEI! to the primaries In May 1140.
dat de Annuals sho'ne stories about them. them sky-high with relief that Is ao studious we know I promIse, If elected a fair, honest

say to be good. Anyway,, Our attendance has been splendid they had, indeed, put on a good she will succeed.JuniorSenior. For ('....,. ('....... ..loner-,,.lilsr. II economical. I and earnestly businesslike aollclt admtnIntratlon. your-

ugbt to be, wid all dose this week as we had only one play-all thanks and credit go- I I wish to announce that I am a vote and support
K. n.
dese scatterbrain person out for two days. The ing to Mlsa Sternberg. who, Banquet candidate for the office of CountCommissioner { POPPKLL.
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pictures To the Voters of the Eighth Judicial I from District. Flv*. -
others had throughout Friday's performance,
hab been takln' lately to a perfect attendance earnestly solicit the support of tb.vol.r. *
To Be TonightIn Circuit: I am a candidate forCircuit For "iupCriaieadat PvfcllvlastnirllM
stood behind the ..
'em. record for the week. quietly scenes, Judge of the Klahth Judicial -
book in hand giving instructionsto Circuit to succeed Judge A. Z.Adkln. M. O. IIARRKLJ
lear dat Everett's heart am The following class officers Woman's Club .. I Hhall appreciate your I hereby announce a* a candidate -
the right and left of her, hoping for rw-elerrlon In the Primary
half-way settled In Alachua were elected for this month: vote iind support. .
ie De President everything would be all right, Student Excited HENRY I. CWAYJalnesvllle For ('ou..,. Co..U.loner-IMst. 8 to be held May 7. 1940. t havemirved
present. Yea No? ( Addle Dlcandlo;Vlce. ( Florida the people of Bradford
knowing she would faint with relief As Big Yearly I wish to announce my candidacy County for the past eleven year
will bite you If you President, Billy Overstreet; Sec. for re-election
a* County Commissioner and have held 1 the people, their
watch out!) retary, Marlon Manning; Treasurer when It was over. Social Event, Arri.tIITonight For Clerk .f tk* rircalt (....1'. from District$ 5. Brooker and children" and their Interest foremost '

lere were you die week-end, Bernice Mci&ilan: ; Librarian, Typical line : "Oh, I'm SOemotional" is the big night for all To the people of Bradford County! .New. River.make I feel me that more my capable past.zp.rlenee always In everything.you the I nest have schools tried

Margaret Montieth. -said dozens of times Sincerely' trusting that I may be of handling the office than before, possible. .t.Jvrf you will favor me
by the play's passe', melodramic,' juniors and seniors of BradfordHI. permitted to continue to serve you and If re-elected 1 promise to give with this election I promise I only
Mrs. Searing teacher. Reason: Something both a. your Clerk of th. Circuit Court, you the best service that I can possibly one thing and that In continued Improvement
foci U. S. Senator star, Janet Lovelee, (Jenelle Hut. I announce my candidacy for this render Thanking: you all nf schools and better
classes have loked forward to office the flnocrstb
subject to next -
chlnga). for your past and future support advantages for your children. tam
Opal? Mammy wuz kind worried -I for years, and which happens to Primary. I appreciate the kindness Your respectfully, your servant and at your serving
One of the funniest scenes: and confidence shown me by I .
T. ) DTAU at all times Thanking
not seeing you anyplace. them but twice In their lives, will all of our people, and In return I youfor
The foint,ng scene which might your vote and support M.1,
take In the Starke have rendered and for so long: .. l>40 I
place tonight am for better school".
yours
) Clara Mae Patsy, and Haze] well have been called the "Mad"scene I hold office will continue torender
Woman's Club house. For School Hoard A. J. UitlYFlI.For : .
were over here riding Sunday One girl right after the every service Your assistance,and courtesyIn will I hereby announce my candidacy .-

afternoon. And if I'm not mistaken other drops like flies ehot-wlth- All year the Juniors have been be my uptirerlnted.power. for nomination as. a member of the '
Hehool Board from District Two, School Beard-Diet. 1
a certain Chevrolet wuz Flit after each has had her turn working to obtain money for the A. J. THOMAH subject to the will of the Demo I hereby announce my candidacy

S followin them. at the unbelievable voice of the purpose of honoring the seniors cratlo voters In the Primary Election for member of Hchool Hoard from

which is with a banquet$ Last year this For foamy Tsx fnllrrtorI May' 7. If elected. I will dlll- District No. 1 1 Lawtey, subject to 4
bringing good Kentlir work for better Bradford
Well, girls, get out your party telephone the will of the voters In the primary -
dresses and decide what kind of news of George's thoughttobeterrlbe year's twelfth-grades had to do pin-cord hereby announce my Tax candidacyto Collector County schools. Your. vote and support election of May 7. If electedI
myself
I'll story. Reason for the the same thing. And so it has of Ih."f..r,1 County as subject to Ihs appreciated.Ilespeutfully' will work for the best Interest
corsage you want-and seeyouall of all school. In the county. Tour
tonlte at de Banquet -' faints: The story is going to be been for years and will continueto Democratic primary to h. held May H. K. SPA RK8. vote and support will be apprecl.t.d.
RLES 0. ANDREWS 7th., 14O, I have tried to rend..ryou .
Lots of stuff, I purchased by a b 1 g-shot pro- be--let lower- lal8men hope! faithful honest. ami efficient Respectfully,

d political advertisement) -Mammy. ducer. It will begin at 7:30: and will earnestly service as solicit your your Tax support Collector and, I far Wrhool Hoars-met. 3 J. 8. NORMAN.For .

Funny move: Janet Lovelee end you tell the kids. Few If elected awttln, I shall continueto If elected School Board member -
from District Three I will discharge
faints dead at the news- times In the are more render you the same service ..
"" away year my duty 10 the very best of
Mr boot
1: I have In the unst I..rd-nl.t.l 1
until the others start pouring I waited for, are the subject of C A. KNIGHT. my fro ability for the, not unmerited.lielnv swayed benefit. to and of I hereby announce mv canrlldacv

THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill water in her face. Then she, i more discussion, "worry" and anticipation dilly. person but will stand strictly for re-election. as Hchool Board

quick as a stepped-up bolt of than this. Mothers are' TO TIIK \OTF.H* OF Hit t OFOItlt for an economical buslnsss-llk member from Ulstrlct One, Lawtey,
In
the Oemncraltl
come to your home every day through Cot) NT" administration I will strive to primary electionof
lightning, sits up straight as a putting finishing touches to beautiful make Bradford County outstanding; May 7. My only promise I. that

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ram-rod, opens her eyes saucer- dresses. visions o f which I IIEIIKHY for Tax announce Collector my of Bradford candidacy predate In educational work and will ap Interest I will continue nf ALl to the work schools for the In best our

An International DmUy; NttftpaptrIt size yells: "Look out for my have long been formed in the County. I have never held your support.O. C. KELLY oounly.;
any office within the SIft of the
record. for yu tb.world's clean, ooMtrueUr.dolars. She Monitor dress," springs back into the minds of their present owners. peuplx of this County before If J. II MOORE.
doe* not exploit Crime or sensaUon: neither does It kroor* them, Hearts will b a-flutter and elwcted I will give you efficient, -
e
Cal deal. eerreetlvel; with them. Vestures for but? men and all Mi* faint.Line courteous and faithful service In Ker ellool O..d-II.. 3
fatally, lnol.dla| Vii WeeUy Mkfsiln Beetlon. which might easily be mouths will be watering. Heads this office. I wish to announce that I will Fr Stele WeaslorTo

.--------.-------.--.----------------.------------------- typical of H o 11 y woo d-struck will be crowned with I perfect Sincerely. be a candidate for the office of the Democratic Voters eC
Union .
N. I>. WAIN\VRlOIIT, JR. He'hool Board Member from District and Bradford Counties;
The .OhrliMsn, Norway; science Street, BollI.Pnhllshlaf... dassaoIuiMtt sod.tj'Oa. ; youth: Phyllis I I bound-for-the- curls, and eyes will be large with Three, comprising Hampton 111'.- I hereby announce for the officeof

Flesae enter ay. sibeerlptlon to Th. Christian Sdtne Monitor tot movies, corners professlonal excitement t Fr ('....,. Tmi Assessor ham, Brooker and New River If Htate nf Henator May ,1140.subject If elected to the
elected I will perform my duties Primaries
f7w $11.05 of S montbl $100 tnentbiMM 1 mOnth IISaturday .' screen-writer Jones, offers: "You Tonight's the nigh t-to be I hereby announce my candidacy In a business-like manner and give for an Increase. In old
IMS*. Including Mecaaln SweUva: 1 rear M.to. S luues M* know, I'm going in pictures. I bright! for re-election to the office of my time and energy to the up- a** assistance, for the blind andcrIppled
Assessor of Ta..... building of our schools, always us.log and for orphan.. I will
act. Maybe later you'd like to With my experience and the results economy where should cooperate with you people and
lqsi.Addrsu. economy
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In the of tar reduction Interest
hear me do the Balcony Scene, way be usod. Thanking you In advance your at all tiroes.
Primary JinglesFIRST during my present Administration, for I Your vote and support will be
,
your support am, sincerely
-----------J -lj0'1 ;.;;; ----------- ----- from Romeo and Juliet . I I feel no hesitancy In asking for FRANK T. AIJKKNATIIT.For highly appreciated..Sincerely.

the Janet's "cupof the continued support of the voters. your'
During play,
GRADE NEWSA If re-elected 1 promise tour moreyears imrew ti. DUKES

happiness" takes turns being Bird Trap of courteous and efficientservice. ('o..lr ('.._ .. ..._Itlaf. 3 -

full and empty; Phlllis starts, a We saw some birds: the mocking Thanking. you most sincerely for I wish to announce. that I am a For He.reatatlveI >
dozen times, to do her beloved your vote and support I amYours candidate for member of the Board
bird, sparrow, robin blue respeetiully ot County Commissioners from District wish to announce my candllany -

Cough Your Head Off! Balcony Scene, finally gets to do jays! butcher birds I blackbird J!:. W.,JlA E8.I Two subject to will of Democratlo Htate for Legislature Itepreaentatlv. to the
the window fora from Bradford
part of It, using voters of Bradford County.If .
thrush. and cardinal. The birds
elected. I will strive to render f'ounly. If elected I promise to
balcony, and the colored maid were pretty. They flew' about. I For Coemty Tax AssessorI a fair and Impartial ...rvl.... As to guard the Interest of the taxpayers
for Romeo; Gram holds on to I take pleasure In announcing my ability, I offer my record a* ,if this county and will
We bird liked aPr.n
We
saw nests.
Get Mentho-Mulsion candidacy for the office of Tax councilman of the City of Htark bill that tends to tam
her $10.000 until they appeal to their singing. We enjoyed. our 'Assessor of Bradford County, subkct W. M (MITCHt KDWARDM.Fer against *he No. Fence lilll tOt
her movie-soft-spot by makingher to the Democratic Primary, percent. I will Introduce a bill to
trip. 'May 7. I honorably solicit the vote provide adequate pension for the
pentho-Mulsion will stop your fig syrup makes Mentho-Muurfon star of her own story; George Miss Lllley, teacher. and td'Pfoo.h::: : people and If Vsu.iy t.s.l..io.er-llsI. 3 needy of this "state, and to eliminate
due to a cold Immediately cling to your irritated membranes (Ralph Rhodes) faints at news a fair Impartialand "red tape. I will oppose any
economical administration.Hlncerely .. At the request of a few of my bill that facors a private
j rid you of your cough entirely; as it acts faster better. Mentho- of his story's success, gets fussed SECOND GRADE NEWS yours, I friend I again offer myself a* a or Interest over the corporation common

r than any medicine you ever Mulsion is safe; and the whole family over by his "business manager," We learned In our Science LUCIAN O. HAZEN candidate for County Commissioner people. I know what the people of
wiM like its tangy taste. Keep from District Two pledging yon his county want and I will serve
or every cent of the cost will Browne Glam gets a laugh hat I will the servlc
Lily ; Readers this week that the worldIs give you best hem to the best of my ability for
refunded without question this remarkable cough medicine on misunderstanding the word"script" Yew .ftkevlff nradferd C'eoaty hat I can possibly render. Theak.ing the good of the county, and not for
tho-1u1aion is than an hand ready for instant use at the by very, very old. To the voter of Bradford County you for past and future support the advancement of myself politically -
more
Alexis I : Sharpthorne I t hereby announce myself a candidate I .
17 cough medicine. It was first sign of a cold or cough. ; his Our class is planning a field for re-election to the office of .m.R"p.ClfU or financially Tour vote andsupport
holds will be
< foremost before anything; elected I promise to continue '
lunch my
and package
silver
The large green RALI'H
large mid-western university spring. Last fall we went to see efforts to give a clean, progressive,

contains vitamins A and D toup containing 48 doses' for 75* and 100. Janet gets a good laugh when bow the trees changed for winter. honest Impartial, and fearless administration C.e aty fB >'..I.. .-II"f. S -

your cold resistance, and doses for $125MenthoMulaioa. she interrupts Phyllis' performance We know that everything will be law. I earnestly and enforcement solicit of the I hereby announce myself a candidate Fr ....1'..... endorsed bier your .up-
U of the Balcony Scene to Inquire I wish to
> soothing, healing Ingredients, port. for County Commissionerfrom announce that I frill
different now with flowers
with beechwood creosote your neighbors and guaranteed by of the ever-suffering Mr. quite A. O. ANDREU. District Three (South Htarke) be candidate for re-election a.
druggists everywhere.- blooming everywhere. subject to action of the voters In your Representative In the Htat
Defletration. flonuinei California leadjrir Jones: "What REALLY happened the Democratic of 7 Leclslatur subject to the Democratic
-------- ---- ----------- Mrs. Rltcb teacher. Primary May
i I to her someooay- a- -ti- U- U'I'her Poe NkerlffI (40. I am In favor of better roadsfor Primary In May
wlsji to announce my candidacy our county, and If elected will I am. askIng the people of Brad
I ?" (Which, In turn, brings a We have started for sheriff of Bradford County subject work for the good of our countyat ; ford county to continue your con
MILK. Ii decisive laugh from the reading our to the Democratic primary to all time fidence In me by re-electing m* a.
i very Science Reader "Out-of-Doors." be held May 7, U41) If elected' I J. I* WTNN. your<< flepresentatlv My caper-
I. st.raight.faCed Jones (Arch We like It much. We have will discharge the duties of the office lennn of active s rvlo;. In the Houseof
NO AnV ANal Thomas). very to the best of my knowledgeand Kepresentatlve* first a. reading
taken a field trip to find some ability and I earnestly solicit "fa* t'mmmtr "' ..lsaloa.r-fllaf. IIlnlUvIng clerk and as a member better
IK I"BICBGRADE the vote and all thevoters -- qualifies m. to render for
; you a
of the read about. We
we
things dlr'1Pnr:. that my record a* your
A of Your greater and more complete servlc
Meet Our Seniors are so glad spring Is here. respectfully County Commissioner for my first I am 100 percent for a free
Rich suid Cleaai I M. L. JOHNS. term entitles m* to a second term, ran....
Kitty Hogsed. teacher. I i hereby announce myself a* a Candidate I will continue to
PA8TKUK1ZUUMATHEWS1 WILLIAM THOMAS JACKSON; for re-electlnn as County sponsor arl
F.. ".....1_. .( Heal.''* ties of the farmer.I .
William Thomas (Billy) Jack THIRD GRADE NEWS I am a candidate for the officeof One. Tour support will be ap-' will continue my fight to lower
We have concluded our pro- Mupervleor of Registration of preciated. : Interest rates of finance companies.
made his first personal appearance P. D. REDDISH.'
son Store." We feel that Bradford County Florida subject to I will continue to vote for the
ject. 'Toy
In far-off Quincy, Illinois the Democratlo Primary, and respectfully I decrease of ta....

on May 20, 1923. But we much valuable information was supportJAM. solicit your vote and Fee Ceaatre .* ..._(list. I, I am for Increased pension for
the aged widow and dependentchildren. '
received at this time.
are very glad that Billy decided EH F. HOLLINOSWOrtTII.Per 'friends At the f request of many of ray; .
hereby announce
canIMicy -
my
be would like Florida better and Now we are studying "Waysto for County Commissioner of' I will sponsor and work for the
We ....rvU.r HrcUlratleei district number paaaasr of legislation to provide
moved here August 15, 1930. Travel. are just beginning on., Lawtey, subject medicine
to the State Board of
this project so we can't fell I wl.1to announce my candidacy' to the will of the Democratlo Health for the us* of the andnedy.
They moved to Bradford County for the office of Supervisor of voters of the district. I feel that poor

where they have lived since you much about it at present. Renletrstlon of Bradford Countysubject my past experience well qualifies I am for better road for
Mrs. teacher. to the will of the voter In ma to perform the duties of this my'county.
Billy says that he has enjoyed Bigg, the Democratic primary of May 7, office satisfactorily Thanking' you I am for the IS.00 tag law.
every year of his school life In 1(40. I feel that I am capable ocarryini for past and future support, I am I will support the school, and

Bradford. Before he came here Snoop 'N Peep and out promise the duties to ..o"tt"' .people office Respectfully J. M., ROMIRR. teachers I feel that I am well acquaintedwith 4

he went to kindergarten and to the best of my ability. Tour the wishes and deelre of the' 'I

MODEL .. through the first and, second Just a grand and glorious, gay appreciated.vote and support will b. sincerely Foe C:...
.. grades In Illinois. notorious week-end again! Whew! .1. F. Klckllter. I hereby announce my candidacy upon the floor of ttuho n..r..t.

DAIRYiTARKE We are very surprised to learn everyone Is so romantlcal! Could for the District office of Number County Four Commissioner I assure you that I will not bow ;
comprising to the dictate of few
'" likes Model A It be feverTCongratulation. Fer Ceenty Judge the a corporate
that Billy : girls, spring voting precinct of Interest who attempt to
.I am a citizen of Stark sad Iraham, Hampton, and Th.r..... mODOj j' I
and basketball. But dislikes "1. B." Those polise and profiteer at the
FLORIDA SEV Fords Bradford County and have qualified It elected I promise an honest tb. taxpayer. expenseof I,

literature and lazy people. yellow shoe are all the stuff. to peek the office of County Judgeof faithful, and economical administration If you .. a voter feel that my r.j

After he finishes school he Ditto Jenelle-the red also. Bradford County, and If electedby of aid office. eiparienc will b. of value to .1 k

ONE QU/ST LIQUID SEALED SB.48Ii J wants to go in business on blown Jjldn't those ushers ]look their, I will the good serve people them to of the my beetmy county of Democratlo The vote and voter support are earnestly of all; capacity Bradford your County vote In and a I>continued.*.lslatlv. n

: of come kind. This \* a best In those lovely dresses and ability DON J. HOOVER: _licit'I'd.' T. C. CHJLBTAIN. support will b*GEORGE greatly: appreciated.H. INKAN., ,





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mony a reception was held at the. hear that John Godwin possesses? Masons Are Hosts Morgan, teachers ,.

I SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Certain young female visitor. At Chicken SupperThe the classes.. ,and AIr ? omP! ,

Priest. in town claims she had a terrible was the genial rfvV
bus ,
---.----. .- -- --- ---- ----.-. ---.---- -. --- --,,- -'- -- Out of town guests Included: headache went into Canova's, Starke Masonic Lodge was carried them. .J

" Murphree HonoredAt Mrs. K. G. Duncan Installed i Ladies Auxiliary Meets Mrs. J. H. Bryan Woodrow talked to John 30 minutes and. host Monday night to the Masonsof Mrs. S. M. Baird was '

Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. presto headache disappeared the Ninth Dlstrlctof Florida, guest at the

t' Lovely Tea Aa Woman's Club President With Mrs. R. S. FernandezThe Fountain all of Lake City; Mr. Of all things! That's I which includes Starke Waldo,. Sunday evening.HargraveV

Davis and bad for blzness John Cuts
and Mrs. Edmond Gainesville Micanopy,
One of the outstanding social The Stark Woman's Club met Ladies' Auxiliary of thePreabyterla.n Newberry, Mrs. Virginia Sandel
Woodrow Ray of Gainesville. Mrs. down on the drug store sale of Lake Butler Lawtey. hM
week the In session Wednesday afternoon Church met Tues Raiford cepted a position ,t
ft of last was regular
events in ,
and Bromo Seltzer .
Fred Francis of Ft. Myers; and aspirin the
f lovely tea Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock In the club day evening at 7:30: o'clock at the Brooker, Melrose and Hawthorne. owned by J. p. ROb
home of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Mrs. Kirby Cummings of New Leb' Well that's one way to kill a Masons were present also from Brooker. Ut.
|f from three until five o'clock given auditorium with the president, A new '
\ by Mrs. L. F. Chapman. Mrs. Mrs. K. G. Duncan in the chair. T. N. Kendrick led the anon. Sunday afternoon Catty and Green Cove Springs and Palatka. dry goods has been departnW '

t, 3. R. Kite. Mrs. J. G. Godwin Mrs. M. F. Brown. secretary. read Devotional service which consisted Upon their return from a short Red Montelth. Mrs. N. Sternberg, Seventy visitors and 12 local Mrs. Sandel will have added-!

. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, and Mrs. the minutes of the previous meetIng of song, prayer and scripture wedding trip to South FloridaMr. Mrs. Torode and Ethel Biggs I Masons were present.At this and Mrs. Noegel will make started out for a little alrln' audit
o'clock In the
i 3. C. Wallace, at the home of the : and Mrs. II. C. Ritch transacted reading. seven Our little town
their home In Starke where Mr. They rode and they rode and the I Woman's Club i is
; former at the State Farm. honoring her duties as treasurer. Mrs. R. F. Clark chairman of oiium of the a when business progleli

;. Mrs. W. E. Murphree. who Miss Nell House representing, Stewardship gave an illustrated Noegel is employed by the Torode first thing they knew they landedup chicken plleau supper was served stocks of merchandise men add to

ji: with her husband. Dr. MurpbreeI the State Symphony Orchestra' lesson on this subject. She was Chevrolet Company. In Daytona Beach! Theypopped and afterward the hosts and their It possible for us to and

I will leave around the first of gave a brief talk on the meritsof I assisted by several other members In on Dr. Sternberg who visitors repaired to the Masonic buy at I ho

'. April to make their home In the orchestra and in conclusion of the auxiliary. Methodist Pastor Addresses took 'em all out to dinner, but Hall and the Fellow Craft Degreewas The fine new home
of not before they called back here conferred N. N. Prevatt. erected, over the line In
i Gainesville. thanked the dab for donatIng Mrs. C. F. Ward had charge Parent-Teachers AssociationThe on t

, Quantities of pear blossoms $5 towards bringing the orchestra the program on Japan and presented so the home folks wouldn't be District Deputy Grand Master county for the Hargrave f

, narcissi ,violet};and fern were to the high school on Mrs. Charles A. Allen Parent-Teacher Associationof worried about 'em I Earl Simpson of Gainesville was Is going up rapidly ana \WID

\ used in decorating the lower March 22. who told of "Japanese Christians the Bradford County High These Starkeites make, news present for the meeting. very commodious and coai!:
with
'' floor of the home where the The annual report of the treasurer In Wartime." Mrs. V. S. St. John School met in ,regular session wherever they gui! Accordin''' Wallace R. Cheaves past Grand, conveniences when finiij(

guests were. entertained. was presented by Mrs. Ritch. read "A Japanese St. Cecelia" Thursday afternoon in the high to the Lake City Reporter Hugh Master of the State of Florida Mrs. R. Pinholater 18 |Olt,

\ unanimously written by Irene Fleer and Mrs. 'school auditorium. with the president Walters (ex-localite now night Operator of Newberry made an Inspiring ing her premises with new j, ,
.' Greeting the guests at the door Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was -
, were the five' hostesses and Mrs. elected second vlce-presl Ward read "War and Women' Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presiding -, at a filling station over address on Masonry and .*. E- Every one is cleaning and ,

' urphree, who formed the receiving by Helen Rlchaner. and Miss Madge Middle- there) had the pleasure of meet- Campbell, of Mexico City, Mexico, ranging yards and garden,,
. dent.In Ing Mrs. Roosevelt when she was past Grand Master of the Mex- over Brooker.
< line. Mrs. Murphree was becomingly In the absence of Mrs. 0. E. ton transacting her duties as
an Impressive ceremony Stansbury president Mrs. Ward secretary.The in the state a week or so ago ican Jurisdiction, made a talk The Lucian Hazena are
gowned in an silk
aqua Sr. Installed
Mrs. N. D. Walnwright. -
,
" presided over the business ses It seems that the First Lady also on Masonry. It was an- many Improvements on
, crepe model, with which she worea the following officers for outstanding feature of the t b"
corsage of daffodils a gift of the : ,sion. Plans were made to clean afternoon was the address given was on her way from Tallahasseeto nounced that a n o t her district place. The' Parkers have ld
Incoming
the hostesses. year the Church for Easter: and to buy by the Rev. Frank Robinson, who So. Fla, in an auto escortedby meeting will be held Tuesday a 'cattle guard at their enti .

President-Mrs. K. G. Duncan books. two highway patrol cars night. March 19. at Micanopy. and have set
From the receiving line guests some new song chose as his subject "Spiritual I many trees out

were Invited Into the dining room 1st. vlce-presldent-Mn D. P. At the conclusion of the bust Help.. and said that the physical, The patrolmen stopped at the The supper was prepared and Mrs. Hugh Rahn accompi

for tea by' Mrs. A. L. Thompson. Carpenter.2nd. ness meeting Mrs. Fernandei mental and spiritual sides must filling station for cigarettes and table and decorative arrangementswere her mother, M r a. B. Mott

i The tea table covered with a vlce-presldent-Mrs. T. K. served a tempting refreshmentcourse all be considered in making up a one of the ladles In the car asked made by Mrs. V. S. St.John Alachua county to attend ill

' .. .. M..l'1An... to her well-rounded life. Hugh if he'd like to meet Mrs.R Mrs. E. W. Hayes Miss Ella Cordela Mott who
jace CloUt over pinic satin was -- "' guests. I INoegel underwent f
" Of course he did, and he Sassee and Mrs. C. A. Futch.
. centered with an arrangement of 3r&Ice-president-Mre. E. L. An illustration of note singing tonsillectomy 1tI 0 n day. Xbtl,

v Japanese magnolias and pear Matthews.4th. ryan MarriageMiss lesson was given by Mrs. E. L. says Mrs. Roosevelt leaned for- Serving the supper were Misses brought baby L. A. home tot]
I ward and her Alice and Eleanore St. John Ruth
expressed pleasureat
,., blossoms resting on a long refleeter. president-Mrs. C. A. Biggs and sixteen third grade day or so.HAMnon.
meeting him "Pictures and Esther Simpson, Muriel Hall
j j' Tall lighted pink tapersIn Knight. Elizabeth Bryan. daughter pupils. which showed the splendid "Mnrarnn_.... la m.... __._.
. just| don't do her justice and and Sarah Barefoot.W. ------- -- 'w "15.
> crystal holders balanced the Recording secretary-Mrs. N. of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bryanof progress made by this class well at the University of FIOIII
[ floral piece. Pouring tea the Lake City and William H. cant possibly portray her charmIng /where he is taking
. D. Wainwright Jr.Corresponding of eight-year-old pupils. advanced
. i iege
: manner Hugh vows M. U. Executive Board
first hour were Mrs. M. B. Giner Noegel, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs work this semester.
''and secretary-Mrs. W. H., of Cross The. president appointed the Have seen Clara MaeKnight's
Mrs. P. D. Fancher, and pre Noegel City were you Meets ThursdayThe I G. E. McGauley

siding the second hour were Mrs. T. T. Long.Treasurer. married Thursday evening. March following nominating committee yard since spring arrived few hours in Lawtey spent Satorij

J. A. Lander and Mrs. Andre -Mrs. W. H. Hart. 7, in St. Marks Episcopal: Church, Mr. Frank Robinson Mrs. Nathan ? 'Sperfectly luffly Executive Board of the Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrelli]

,Bouvier. Concluding the installation service -' the Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating. Prevatt: Mrs. M. F. Brown, An' that gorgus redbud tree! Baptist W 0 man II Missionary tended a birthday party for!

Mrs. Duncan expressed the Guests included only relative Starke would be a beautiful Union met Thursday afternoonat
. and Lester brother of the latter WorJ
Sponholtz.Miss
at
Mrs. '
Busby Granger of Belle honor she felt In being re-elected and a few intimate friends. town if we all had Clara' Mae's 3:00 o'clock at the home of

Glade. Fla., was an out-of-town president and talked of her desireto The bride wore a blue crepe Evelyn Stump whose room luck with flowers and shrubbery, Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot at which Ington Springs Sunday.HEJLRRONN.

guest. have a successful club year. dress with pink corsage and had the largest 'number of pat (Maybe It isn't luck ,I time plans for the incoming year

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter moved dusty pink accessories rona present received the attendance Maybe it's hard work!) I wen made.

W. S. C. S. To Meet that Article VI section II of I Immediately following the cere prize. Birthdays continue to roll I By Mrs. 3. L. Gaakbw

y-laws be revised, eliminating around This week Its L. F. BROOKERBy We to
( The regular business and program the Inactive i Smith ("Pickles" to his intimate are sorry report D.I I
committees and adding
' -
' meeting of the W. S. C. S..j any that are necessary for CalIstreet friends) on the 15th Judge Mrs. L. L. Parker Kite very 111 for the past sew
Carolyn ,
(In the absence days. It was to t
I of the necessary
. of the Methodist Church will beheld the benefit of the club.. Adkins (16th) Sorry I regular
him
correspondent. Mrs. L. L. Parker to a Jacksonville hospi''
Monday afternoon at' 3:00 t haven't got a mess of cow peas, ,
Mrs. L. A. chairmanof -
Canova
Ills
the Brooker Monday. motherMrs..
o'clock in the Church. news is being writ-
Judge I'd send 'em around
music had charge of the program She Gets ten by Mrs. Sorchle M. Baird.) Jane Kite of Jacksonville hi!
for the afternoon and In. It Oft Her Cheat . Elmo Struth also the 16th been here for'lIeveral days.

LAFFIT OFF : troduced Three on the 18th.: J. W. I
the Rev. A. E. Light. Baccalaureate Sermon
H'lo folks Scuse me while about this law makin' it illegalfor Andrews Jr. Bill We are glad to report Jea
foot, pastor of the Baptist church McMillan and On Sunday afternoon at 2:30 I
:
I catch a breath Mae Jones
I deep Too politicians to set up the cokes Ruth Johnson .. Hazel Guy on Improving after
who presented the following members too int'restlng things comln' Looks like o'clock a large audience attendedthe Ing confined to her bed
-' many a long. dry election the 20th Wonder if she'll for
I of the Student's of Baccalaureate
Nations. League off this week Huge crowd at And I was lookin for- be here to celebrate? Also Brooker school. exercises a t eral days with pneumonia.are 'It

the Masonic district meetln' In ward to free dopes all spring! on the 20th. Is T. T. Blackburn in hopes she will be able I
Miss Loleta Drake (France), The day was pleasant. All of
I the Woman's Club Monday return to school in
night few
a
Visitors In town of day
: Kennedy one
Gladys our
leading Lawtey berry
Miss
Bessie Gorlty (Ireland), Miss the members of the class which
Ethel Freeman vocal- B. B. game at the Armory (Lucy's attractive sister) men Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. J. Lb Cask Ins spent a ft!
( graduated from
Germany), the, ninth grade
I ists In "Jesus Gives Me A Song"and Thursday. night. . Town teamvs. Rachel (Smith>)> Norfleet here will celebrate the 21st T. N. were charmingly dressed in lovely days in Jacksonville this. week

"No Other Name," Reddick Big event of the for the week with Hazel Mat- Kendrick (special delivery man) spring outfits. Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Taylor ]
I week (but not for us old folks)
thews Rachel's of and Joe
one the Noegel popular restau- Jacksonville
Fred Nadder were visitors her'
violinIst
(Assyria), Is the Jr.-Sr. I The stage was artistically arranged -
I "Come Ye Disconsolate'' "Still banquet Friday most animated persons I know of ranteur (Howd'ya like hat and beautified 'with flowers Sunday 'mornlng. _
night Don't worry '. We Jus' to be around her i word ?
few ) also observe
Still With Me" With a the 21st of white'and If.: RhOden
I ana "Abld DO rate the dance which will red colors. Pot- of Starke spent It
Me," accompanied at the" piano minutes is better than a big dose Hope they all remember Carolyn ted plants from the 'class rooms week-end here with his son u
I come off the same night at th
of an' molaaseo for that with slice of
sulphur a birthday cake!
II Robert
by Miller. added color from vantage points.At daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mn
II Legion Hall Sponsored by the '
spring feverish feelin ,. Mr,
I
Robert Miller pianist, "Tell It In The Mall Bag the appointed hour Mrs. : Freeman Rhoden.
school band to for those
pay eye Jas. Lambe on the sick list .
I Again. filling new uniforms (Seems Hope my good friend Mrs. Halle Sorchie Baird began the Processional Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and daujt
Hope it won't be for long .
'I During the social hour the like somebody's always glvln a will forgive me for publishing March. The audience stood ter. Gertrude: spent the weekat .
Noww7o'st.h1a.andwho'.topoj..
,' 'I hostesses. Mrs. E. M. Davis Mrs. dance around here to pay foi Radio Rookies: Tracy Bake her letter, In spite of her asser- and the graduates marched slowlyto Bootsey's Beach, as the gw

TJti dofin'tpoil Hogan Smith Mrs. K. J. Dowl wearables Maybe I should and Jack Halle were guest artistson tion that it was not for publication i the strains of "Hail) To The of friends and relatives.
problem I
HIS day Ing, Miss Ernestine BuddingtonMrs. sponsor one to buy me a new the Orange Grove String Band but really It is entirely too Stripes and Stars" and took the G. W. Hazen and son, L C

lntar J by USh .. I W. B. Mundy. Mrs. E. K Easter outfit Not a bad Idea program Sattidy night They cute to keep so here goes anyhoo: reserved seats In front. Ha sen, of ,Brooker 'were visit!

.'. quit. content. I Ferryman, and Mrs. James Lewis eh?) Sattidy night will cap were accompanied by a couple of Dear Carolyn: The Rev. C. A. Crosby gave in our section last week.

8hrwd LaHil Off served a delicious salad course, the climax with the Young Demo. musicians in the Hill Billy band You forgot one of the the Invocation followed by a People here are busy gettto]
most
carrying out the Easter motif. Sounded good, too lovely "I Walk With Thee their
can't Jo** a CCATCT fish barbecue and conference (1) important birthdays of the week. song spring crops'.planted befonj

on Crystal Lake Whew! Everybody had.'fun at the so I'll write your rhyme for It- by the glee'club girls.A I strawberry gathering time r!

W. C. T. U. Meeting: Who said nothing ever happens Legion Hall dance Friday nigh Bible reading and another ,. rives which we hopes .is just i{
HAROLD C.WALL in spite of the trouble-makers .. On March llth one fine day,
around here? Sometimes I glee club number prefaced the short time off. Berries are look
The Woman's Christian Temperance I take no pride In reportin' this A brown-eyed girl was born-
wish it didn't For a few Introduction of the speaker. ing better than In the"pas II!
Union of Starke wil Incident Can think of nothin Christened Amelia Ray.She's .
G. R. McGauley presented the eral and
days anyhow I could do with! years a bumper crop (
meet this afternoon sillier than a of home boys still a little ,lady -
GENERAL] (Friday) a a little rest now an' then group very Rev. Ohas. Allen Presbyterian expected.
three o'clock at the home of Mrs. spend In' a whole evening standin' neat; Minister of Starke, who delivered

PLEASE PHONE J. T. Quigley. All members are Dan Hazen, Bill Plummer, in the middle of the dance floor Always gracious, always Po very worthwhile message to the

Vernon Silcox, Bill McMillan, Alilanassa. trvln' to promote fight sweet.I If
urged to attend and visitors will a class and friends. IT11 Till Excess Add MUM

be welcomed. Henry McKelvey, Lll Using every possible means of In- want to tell you Just how At the close of the address the ;141flz'r' :youpafasof Stomickj)

. -I han Sternberg, Sadie Prince and suI tin' the visitors from G'vlll much I really enjoy; yo-ir c<,lu.nn I Fleneciictlon was! pronouncedand Ulcers, IndigMttal

Doshla Brown 'tended the Starke If the fight promoters could and how you still have everyone the class stood to receive Bloating,Cu,Heartburn,B lchin|,}
Lake B. B. in L. C.
city game only have seen their facial expressions guessing just who you are. I congratulations from parents and Nausea get a (>..sample of UDC*
Wednesday of las' week .
HOW WILL YOU night when of
they came
out thought I really knew, then friends. and a Iris interesting booklet"
irtford Brown. Geo. Manassa
the dressln' room after vain at- THEY moved away from Starke. Mrs. Harmon Morgan. Mrs.

LOOK Buck Crawford Hugh Ingram. tempts to attract the visitors inside Someone said "It's Jeanette Kin- Sorchle Baird and Mrs. Muriel CARPENTER'S DRUG STORZIIOIIIW1a1.lIIt1'

Everett McKinney. Bob Long, by kicking the wall to make caid." another Norman
had
said. "No. It's the charge of
Harold Griff. and C h a r 1 e sPriest arrangements :!/ .. "_,_ _U"'III"'R/It"" '/ '
it sound If ta.kln'an
as was
someone editor
himself. He's much wit- .
THIS EASTER?
played a good game, but awful shellackin'! To the tier and cleverer than Educational
Lake City won by a few point anyone Trip .. E7Z'oct71Speaic
would-be Dempseys: The majority gives him credit for being." Only The seventh and eight gradesof -
In spite of all they could do .
of boys and girls go to dances to one halfway agreed with me and Brooker school went to Jacksonville .

The Clar-Jean Always do enjoy visitln' L. C. dance and to meet ,new friends he said "Really I think her Pa last Saturday, and did A Silent f
Merrill Struth and Morris
from surround! towns and to does most of that-sounds like they enjoy the day! A visit to Language ;
Edwards (work over there) were have a good time Jus' him."
Shoppe one Then the other day I saw the Zoo and then to the pulp mill
at the Saw Elizabethand *
game small and It'll : of
Hair also Elizabeth mix-up probablybe Grace Wainwright on the street gave them thrills never to be for- Beauty !;
Jimmy Impossible to rent a dance and I
asked her

"Who told gotten.
(Toole) Bennett-all ex-localites,: Carolyn They were courteously J
of-Love
floor from then So
on they'llappreciate Callstreet you had brains?" received and t
Presenting Got a kick out of talkin' toRed It If of the flstl She conducted throughthe ,
you i tilted her head on the side paper mill. This was an -
Davis one of my favorite tendencies either at in of SympathyFOR "
stay away or that little English educational
way and trip and they brought
"New Fashions to people and Lake City's favorite
keyed '
least learn the rudiments of polite said "Why I home
wrote that
souvenirs
myself! of the paper man- EVERY FLORAL
olumnlst fellow ,
.
( )
-
poor
,. conduct If you must fight Didn't you know I'm Carolyn ufacturing process.

your personality. Heard many a compliment onthe get yourself a manager and con- Callstreet?" So there you are. Of course good things to eat NEED, CALL
fine performance given by fine efforts to the
;
your prize Anyway. Woodfin added
wrote me to zest to their pleasure and
.- They're new! They're different I. the cast of "Grandma Goes Hoi ring It pays bigger dividends please tell you how big a kick when they returned home late in MRS. L. G.

lywood"-Senior play at the -both in money and popularity he .. .. u .
out
; gets of
/ your news every tne aitemoon, all were tired but POWELLPhone
. : They're Exciting: school house last Friday night week. So that's how you stand happy. i

The acting was so near to H I
Now that that's off with the
my worn young men in that Important M. B. Futch and Mrs. Jessie
and
being professional that Its almost anly cheat I can go on with the resort city down Palm I 123-J

impossible to single out, any. more pleasant things of life Beach way. r Telegraph Service nnnIUMU.rJ)

With Easier only 1 three particular player for praise so :Iwon't Hear that Hazel Moore, the Keep it up! We've FRESH FISH I. ;
always had
try Between-the-act At All
Times
dashing blonde from
three,! weeks it's high Kingsley gossips on Call Street but you '7
away numbers were swell too Virginia -

I \ Sewell and Dorothy Faxon Lake Easter fashion modeled show dresses at the a tan Capi- are the the county first weekly.to put it in print In SHRIMPOYSTERS FREE Pains; in

time you gave some serious made, two of the cutest litlle tol Theatre in Tallahassee Tuesday Love 1t; ?.) .

Chink gala you ever saw as they night Wish I could have I v Hat Mora '
; thought to your Spring sang "Confucius Say" And Maude Halle. Seisr.P:3I' M.nsy U4
been t thereKnow
the audience seemed to nejoy theDorothyGreenRlversJlundly looked our Hazel P. S. Honey (now you see I'm : Food for Health THE LEGS IFrTFAIUAnd ;
more stunning than ever quite[ sure you aren't Gene Matthews
-
wardrobe
version The event was staged by the or Nat MAGNOLIA Other Functional Symptom"'
Sternberg. for
of "The Little Red Fox" even
Junior Woman's FISH
Club of Tally In this modern day. when' MARKET KIDNEY WEAKNESSESTofc

It ran something like this: I I anything DDAMSUnatarat end ...... ..
goes
LET YOUR DAUGHTER Giggle. Giggle. Giggle, said the Letters recently from A. E. Wall I wouldn't dare call ..d -, J ...of BaIIanIoe..d Lagrse..e "';:
another woman's husband *. ......- !..
5ca5y sd .
-
little fox Better than that ....
and Chas. Pender A. K. i nut it TCU.HVTULHOLLAND .
(now Odot-LOM .5e. Emwt-
honey") but
,
> Springboard into Easter in one of our latest models. 'famed (but accidental) laugh in In Miami) I should i Is what I want to say I .... Diai_ 3I.s'vuaeaa.CUceoaQa .." Irf
says come that this
I. not '- KidDe p.eeds"Tk.
written for ad Naddue
L record Vallee made ?
New silks Rudy several
and sheers coming in almost daily. there to write my col., since Win- publication but for KIDANS what KhtMJM aDd
your own ...
Make Easter Sunday Services memorial years ago chell sorms to be doln all right personal collection of fan mall. FOR. GOVERNOR. .......sass. P feto-wlm rmlt pauoaooB fnMtfamd_bw kI.IPV and ,=
a for James
your Holllngsworth debuted as that way Sorry, A. E.butIf tom la tfc. Mood. B tMf o/t.n --
loved ones. Send flowers to the church of your one of those personally-publicized I ever got that near those Please with th. Ant tMtiMn to a f_ <<.r*-Tmrmvtoam

: choice. Place your order NOW politic lng-people 0 n Carpenter'scorner Miami night clubs I'd be writh- But I forgive think me readers Mrs. Haile We bollrve that he will I will iuk. should yam /M ntirvtr tetter D. A. ng-not writing! Chas. (our enjoy your letter make a governor of _
just whom ....
as muchas ,.
may pin -
It ...
; speech was, too Wonder ,.
handsome Marine with the a- I did Why Jt1D4.NSClaIr tM .1aI IS
deprive'' them?
- CLAR JEAN SHOPPEPhone when the county candidates are cord-due) still In Portsmouth but Well so long folks See you the entire state will be MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!

gonna really "open up"? its expects to get aboard ship ina- next week .- That Is. If I Devoaft 't." witla jw drUS.., tor -
don'teat proud-CITRUS .
gettln around about that time bouta week Von INDUSTRY ... .( K10AN8. tr w OM boi.Minlr 1
97 boyage, too many barbecued fish Sat- ....... wtt. JMSUtTS. '
.
.Icanhardlywaltt.! 'Chas! tidy night MAOAZINK. .Ow MKM druggist *dr"'!
Sumpln' ought be done, though. What's this Messy-.to..tII.. .... IkaFt 1D.u11
strange power I Oaroryn. JUdIUK.f -... ItlDANa.. .WJ"
I STOBB!
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MARCH 15. 1940 nADI'tB1): COtrVTV TELEOIIAPH.: : STARKF. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE A 'r(. .'
... _._._._


r BITS of LOCAL NEWS Boy ScoutsBoy Census Will Embrace Gospel Mission To !Work On Road hF

Many Questions And Tabernacle
C. C.
- Butler has announced that

a.d Mrs. H.. J. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall spent Mrs. Sam Anderson Mrs. E Scout Troop 70 met last You might just as well begin The three day visit of Dr. Carl there will be a "working" on a yr
M.
visitors to Starke last Davis and guest, Mrs. Edward Sweazy of Los Angeles, Cal. and new road
were Thursday in Jacksonville I Tuesday evening with the Scoutmaster preparing yourself to answer a from the highway to
Wolf'
visiting R. T. Richard, who i is I of Jacksonville spent the Rev. Frank Robinson lot of questions for it won't be, the enthusiastic, prophetic messages McKlnney's Cemetery on Wed n,
seriously ill. Tuesday in Archer with Mrs I delivered were a real blessing nesday March 20. Workers are
and the Assistant Scoutmaster long now before an Inquisitivesort
Emma
laof Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson Anderson. the Rev. Charles Allen., in of) person, armed with a pad! and his hearers are fired witha asked to bring equipment and ", I t

et to learn of her Illness Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson charge. At the roll call only two and pencil, will be knocking at new zeal for lost souls lunch. n

borne. and family spent Sunday in Talla- Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. O. L. members of the Troop were your door and asking a lot of Di'' Sweazy believes in the old

hassee as guests of Mr. and Mrs Beasley, Mrs. C. H. Naaworthy absent. I questions about your age, race, time gospel and preaches) It with

vfat Norfleet of Madison C. H. Register and Mrs. M. F. Brown visitedthe After a brief talk from the sex and citizenship.The power and conviction has a dy-

nest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Glen St Mary'a Nursery near Scoutmaster the members business census, which has namic personality which makes GOT THE URGE

eWII. Mr. and Mra. F. F. Flume and Macclenny Monday. Into patrols and continuedthe separated been conducted since January 2. him loved by both young and old
Is and the 1940( alike and his trombone playingIs
George Dover Jr. now complete II
visited the work of the Troop under the
(Gladys Kennedy of Bax- Ravine Gardens In decennial census of population, an added accomplishment. Rev.
Palatka Sunday Carpenter' the R xall Drug supervision of the Leaders.At .
1s the guest of her sis- afternoon.. Store.la agriculture, and housing will get ; Enfield, pastor of Lawtey Baptist
Lucille Kennedy.of this having: a Spring lc Sale the reassembly period the under way the first of April. Application Church led the singing which was
week. Rev. Dr. W. H. K. Pendleton
a
I deadline for enumera- also an Inspiration to all.

Mrs. J. M. Brown- Marvin Cravey of Callahan was Beaver Scouter. made an interest tors was March 6, and the namesof The Bible Study at the Mission -
regret to learn of her the week-end guest of Mr. and W. M. Wainwrlght of Tallahassee ing and Instructive' talk concern- those who will be employed Hall continues and the child-
Mrs. V. S. St. John and Miss spent Monday here Ing tome/ of his past activities in
her home. night have not been made public yet. ren's meetings en Wednesday aft- r
Eleanore St. John. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Scouting. Awards were given More questions will be askedIn ernoon are growing In number
N. D. resulting from the kite flying ,.; t'I
Wainwright
e to attend Carpenter'sc this census than ever before and interest IrLI 1
of last week. I )
contest The Mohican
'
| Sale thin week. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Patrol, Scout Edgar Wilkinson -; in an effort to throw light on This evening the meeting will ;. I

and family spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownleeand leader the offered internal social and economic be In charge of the sponsors of .' I
won prize -
1C. W. Chalker spent Gainesville as guests of Mr. and small daughter, Catherine of by the Bradford problems, working status, hours the work and Sunday eveningRev. ,
County .
'in Mlddleburg as the Mrs T. E. Duncan. Gainesville were week-end guests Hardware Co. for the Patrol worked unemployment, and other C. E. Cutshaw will preach. : ,
:
[:Mrs. George A. Chalker. of Mr. matters.In ,
Brownlee's parent, Mr. and batter His messages are filled with experience
prlze-- frying pan addition to the usual ".
and Mrs. questions {
J. M. Brownlee. of the Spirit's
cake Scout Harold power ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Blake of turner Crews ,
|Edna. Hutto of Alachua about age sex race, size of, and are heard with much Interest. ;
11,week-end here with herr Georgetown S. C., were visitingMr. was awarded the first prize for family, nativity and citizenship :' .,,1 I,
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Blake's cousin, Mrs. Volley Typewriter ribbons of all kind. an individual kite.- 'a regulation of the foreign-born, vital new New and Interesting advancesare \ : "
McKinney Monday. for sale at the Telegraph office. first aid kit awarded by Carpen- statistical knowledge will be de- being planned in all lines of Everybody likes to \
the work of the Mission and .;
er's store. Second .
drug prize '
jr. C. Wall and Mrs. Tom veloped by questions on education -

]Tallahassee were guests Big Spring le Sale now going Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire returned went to Scoot Elbert Earl Thorn- I mass migration employment Tabernacle.....,. WI t' -I!> work in the garden i, i)
ton, being a Scout Handb k, :rrr
o o ; i
fof Mr. and Mrs. W. L. on at Carpenter's Drug Store. : Monday to her home in the Scoutmaster.The i unemployment, occupationand CARl)"OF THANKSWe I '
given by
Washington, D. C., after enjoyIng distribution of wages and .
I a two week's visit with her project that is now under salaries. wish to sincerely thank all FIX YOUR YARD ?
Ralph Storey and Carlton Chas- ,j I
those kind anti friends who '
d Mrs. H. S. Massey of taln spent Sunday at the races mother, Mrs. A. M. Darby.Mr. way for Individuals. and for patrols Approximately 20 quest ions were so kind and many helpful duringthe UP FOR EASTER .;, \
Is that of building bird
last week- about Include the
were guests housing type
at Daytona Beach. The two
recent death and Illness of \ :Y
Sr and.Mrs.. E., L. Mat- houses. These will be erected in and age of structure! number of t
.
gentlemen report a unhappy .
very and Mrs.
George C. White Wesley Wilkinson, and also for
to the bird life
places encourage conveniences in the home \l
day. and Frances rooms, ; Ladles Hoe __..__ 65c :
daughter, of Tallahassee of our community.A the many beautiful flowers. ..,,
if a radio Is owned; mortgage IJ
will spend the week-end The Wilkinson Family. ''J .\
J.'R. Struth has returnedme Harold Bishop and N. T. Hitch, here as guests of Mrs. J. W. great deal of Interest was status and home finances; own- Steel Lawn Rakes ._ 60c ;1 !, i
after few exhibited by the boys Tuesday er's estimate of valuation and estimated "I
spending a students of Emory at Oxford White and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE t r
afternoon. when the first actual rental value. Census Common Garden Rakes 60c':;
1 Tallahassee visitingD. I Ga., arrived today to spend the .. -em- Northbound '!.1 '
spring holidays here with their I construction on the Scout huts ploys are strictly required to I No. 2 Leaves 5:28: A. M. StopsNo. 'I'I'
(Hose Nozzles :
Julian Griffis, of the United __ 30c & 75c :
parents. was started on their lot Just back keep such! Information confidential. 102 Leaves 6:23: A. M. Flag ,
Vining spent several States Navy and stationed at of the Community house.! The A :fine of $1OOO or two years No. 108 Leaves 5:39: P. M. Flag \. ,'
Norfolk Va. will arrive tomor-
week la Marianna ast Friends of Mrs. P. E. Canova plans call for the erection of six, imprisonment or both might re- No. 102 Arrives 1:50: P. M. '
of Mrs. MargueriteitaWord will be glad to learn that she Is row to spend 8 days here with 8x10 huts for patrols, officers, sult should( he not do so. SouthboundNo. BRADFORD ; 'i
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. and and 8x32 land In agriculture, Important shifts
an
improving after being confined to workshop 1 Leaves 11:35: P. M. Stops
her home for some time becauseof Griffla. ship for the use of the Sea Scout or crops and classes of livestock, No. 191 Leaves 10:53: P. M. Flag HARDWARE CO. h

illness. Patrols. It is expected that part-time farmers, approximationof No. 107 Leaves 9:30: A. M. Flag j,
Col. Futch of "DeLand spent these huts and land ship will be farm income above or below No. 101 Leaves 7:00: A. M. Stop +
Friends of Mrs. Sallie Tison the week-end here'as the guest completed in the near future at the average will be noted. : ',K
of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.He Farmers will the ) .;
will regret to learn that she is I which time an Inspection! tour answer sepa- .''J .f.
TO BUT and now In a Tampa hospital where was accompanied home by will be directed by the boys for r a t e agriculture questionnaire \ ,
cows
Mrs. Futch, who the l the and their value and '
spent past the benefit of parents concerning crops :
Market nil she underwent a leg operationthis ORANGE "
prices paid on
week here. I friends. The grounds will be acreage, livestock, values and
[,: J. D. ODOM box 247. week.-- beautified by the planting 0 f debts, labor and machinery. Tip Top : {

Fla. 3-31-lyr.p Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand grass and shrubbery. It is ex- Statistics collected will have an and ; ..\j

daughter. Mary Sue, and Mr. pected that this project will be Important bearing on allotmentsof \ ,.
sterilized (boOed) cot- spent a few days here this weekas
and Mrs. George A. Andersonwere an addition to the community life federal funds. GRAPEFRUITJUICE
j :
|s with no buttons. No the guest of her brotherinlawand ,
Will pay 5-cents per sister Dr. and Mrs. W. E. guests Sunday of Mr. and of the boys and one of beauty to Grocery ) f I
Mrs. Ralford in. Jackson lot.:
Epperson the buildings surrounding the
[ for those meeting our Middleton.Mr. Crosby CemeteryNow
I. Bradford County vi lie. Scouting Is increasingly filling: : ;;
CleanedIn \
ph. tf1934 Leon E. Miner is slightly a need in the lives of the boys Being WHITE SIDE ,,
Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe engaged In. the carrying on of I J
improved and bas been brought an. effort to finish the Crosby NO. 2 SIZE CAN5c V
model Chevroch back here to the residence of Mr. J. B. Rowe, and their house this excellent program. Others: !
Master-$125. In and Mrs. G. H. Bennett after receiving guest Mrs.4C. E. Burton of Rome, are encouraged to apply to the Lake Cemetery Raster cleaning, the and Cemetery fencIng BACON Lb. 7c r,
project by '
hape. L: T. Johns, treatment for lukemla in Ga., spent Wednesday in Jacksonville Scoutmaster for details In con ,
Committee has had several
n. .Itp a Palatka hospital for the past as guests of Mr. and Mrs. nection with Joining this fine.
the latter of
and Mrs. Vernon Rowe. Troop.' \I I men working part LARD Can
several weeks. Mr.
APED OR STOLEN- this week removing trash cutting $3.20 t"
own part chow, male Miner plan to leave soon for .-- The Bat and Mohican Patrols, weeds and otherwise cleaning

Light red color. Notify Rochestmer, Minn., where Mr. All legal blank, promissory will be on hike and camp from' tho area. The fencing was com-
Miner will be treated at the Mayo notes retain title notes, carriedIn afternoon until Saturday
Friday I
Jackson.. Reward. Itp pleted several weeks ago and the il'
clinic. Their home is In Montana stock by the Bradford County afternoon under the direction cleaning Is the sole remainingaim Palace Breakfast Bacon Lb. 19c

LE CHEAP-Incubator, and Mr. Miner became ill Telegraph. supervision 0 f the .Pd'i of the recent communitydrive I,

capacity; bed and shortly after they arrived in -- Scoutmaster.Next for funds to complete this
;' feather bed. Mra.artline Starke in December to spend the Mrs. A. M. Darby and her Tuesday night at 7:30: < work.

Hampton Fla. It winter here. guest, Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire of o'clock the Court of Review will Funds are meager, however,

Washington, D. C., Mrs. S. L. hold its regular monthly meetingand and are believed insufficient to 19cNOW.

Peek and Jimmy Peek visited all boys expecting to advance take care of all the cleaning. In Sugar 5 M irtlif>
the____ Ravine_ ._ Gardens in Palatka }1
NAT SEZ: u or pass on merit badges are required view of this situation, the committee t5 : '
Sunday afternoon. to have all papers and applications designated next Tuesday I.
Thin Is the tune of the year when in the hands 0 f the i as cemetery cleaning day and j ,

the ladles think of nothing but anew Friends of Miss Virginia Alvarez Scoutmaster not later than Mon 'everyone Is urged to come per- ,

t outfit for Easter and the will be pleased to know day evening, the 18tb. sonally or send someone to lenda '
old that she is Improving at the homeof You can materially help this hand with the work. It Is
men begin to clean up their
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Er- program of Scouting in our com- hoped that families will especi- :fr'f.

fishing tackle. rol Alvarez, after an 'appen lcltls munity by being a Scout Boosterat ally take care of their family l
I don't sell fishing tackle but I operation In a Tampa hospital. every opportunity. Parents

do sell clothes so if any of you and friends are cordially Invitedto lots.The decision to proceed with ..

fiHhennen are thinking of buyinga Mrs. O. L. Beasley is spending visit the Troop on any of Its the work was reached Tuesday I''
a few days this week in Tampa regular meeting nights.THERESSA. afternoon at a joint meeting be-
new Easter suit I might- take ,with. her ,parents Mr. and Mrs.I tween the Fencing and CleaningFund YOU CAN BUY YOUR 4 ;

a mess of speckled perch aw apart A. C. Durden. Friends here of committee and the ceme-

payment. Mra. Durden will regret to learn By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan tery committee of the U. D. C., 1r;
that she Is suffering from Injuries held at the office In the city hall TYPEWRITER AT HOME
Spring: Shoes for Women & Girls .___ $1.98 received in a fall recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen of Carl Johns chairman of the ..,

and son, Raleigh, and Mr. and first mentioned group. It was
Sheets 8h99 Fine Quality __________ 1.00 Don't miss the big Spring lc Mrs. Thomas Brown and sons,I through the efforts and Initiativeof

Sain at Carpenter's Drug Store Emory and Frank all of Hampton Mr. Johns) that the cleaningand
[ Cloth _________ .98
quare Pepperell Lunch __ this week. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. fencing drive was begun late

D. W Moore Sunday afternoon last summer, and the work has
Satin Slip-Brassiere Top _____________ .98 Mrs. W. T. Jackson of Bacon- Mrs. Jack Jerrell and little reached Its present successful ,

.49 ton, Ga., and Mrs. D. C. Forehand daughter of Jacksonville are near-completion largely under. his
!
Embroidered Infant Dresses and daughter, Peggy, of spending the week with her par- direction. Throughout the past

Albany Ga., arrived yesterday to ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- months of the project he has born 1 1 1ow
an 22x44 Inch Bath Towel .18 spend the remainder of the week ham.O.. the chief responsibility for arranging J 1f f

here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillips of Lawtey and for the purchase of materials -
Batiste Blouses-Smartly Tailored .98 D. P. Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Debbie Phillips of Maxvllle the hiring of workmen,

T. T. Long. attended church services here I and superintending the work.
lIa Curtains Sensational Value ______-- ..94d Sunday afternoon. Recent donations to the project -

Friends of Jack Halle and Mrs Neta Johnson and Mrs. are $1 from Mrs. L. A. Ren- '
Batiste Gowns-Fitted Waist _- .98 Tracy Baker will be interestedto I I Estelle Dennison and children of nolds $9 from Mrs. J. S. Bitten

.49 learn that they appeared on I Hampton were guests of Mrs. of South Jacksonville $5 from
)ay Special-Full Fashioned Hose the Orange Grove String Band Lydia Hall Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Captain C. G. Butch of Rochester,

program over WRUF Saturday J. A. Milliken and child- Minnesota, and $5 from F. O.

roof Hose-89c Value-Now Only _- .79 night. Jack, who plays the clari- ren of Ocala spent the week-end Peterson. 1
net, and Tracy, who plays the with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan + i

__ ___ 1.98 guitar, gave two numbers "Dark Sewing Rooms ContinueWork
[Easter Frocks-All Sizes and Styles Town Strutters Ball" and "Marie." Hutlon Lee Clarke and Ernest

Newsom of Hellbron n. Springs Schedules for the four

t Easter Dresses-Rayon Crepe _______ -_ 1.29 The following attended t h eState were guests of MI.I s e s Willie Bradford County sewing rooms
MM B. T. U. conference in Maude and Bertha Loper Sunday have been set' up through Jure

: Mrs. R. A. afternoon. 20. offering almost virtual assurance -
Suits for Little Tots _________-'_______ .98 Palatka Monday
and Pack- will be
Thomas Mrs. Arch Thomas W. W. Packham George that the projects THE TELEGRAPH TAKES PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING r
WB BW BS MMWMS """ """"" """" "" daughter, Clarice, Miss Jenelle ham. Frank Kelsay and Calvin continued in operation at least
TUB FACT THAT WE ABH NOW AGENTS: FOR
Sanforized Shrunk Overalls ___------- .98 Hutchlngs. Miss Dorothy Alvarez, Hall were visitors to S t a rIce: that long It was learned this
l I THIS REMINGTON LINE OF PORTABLE TYPE- i
IBtMM* Miss Geraldine Silcox. Miss Fannie Tuesday. week from attaches In the local
___ .29 Silcox, Miss Martll Hemingway. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan, W. P. A. office. It was not WRITERS. WHAT A GREAT CONVENIENCE IT IS j'''
_
Oil Cloth-All New Patterns ____
Von YOU TO BE ABLE AT LAST TO PURCHASE
Sullivan Mr. of
Miss Doris Crews, Miss Othma and Felix known how the recent problem
Eloise Bullock Enoa Hayes Harold and Mrs. W. W. Packham, George sponsorship was settled, and the YOUR TYPEWRITER RIGHT HERB IN STABKE v

[Sport Shoes for Men _._ ,$1.98 $2.98, $3.50 Crews, and the Rev. and Mrs. Murrell, and Miss Hazel Pack- county will continue to put up I FROM A HOME CONCERN. IF YOU ARB CONSIDERING KJ IV i'

A. E. LJghtfoot. ham D. J. Phillips :Misses Eliza- the same amount as in the past, TUB PURCHASE! OF A NEW MACHINE ft I

Millinery' for Spring ______________-- ._ 1.49 beth Mildred and Hazel Phillips (I namely $123 In cash, and certain WE WILL UK GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE THE NEW j:I
the Misses Willie Maude Bertha and credits which bring the -
Miss Grace Dew was guest I sponsorship REMINGTON RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME. t
recently of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gladys Loper attended the Bac- i fee to $207.10 per month.

Work Pants $1.25 Value _________..- __ 1.00 Carles In Jacksonville. While calaureate Sermon at Hampton

there she attended the performance Sunday night.R. TAKE PRECAUTIONS

liar 15c Fast Color Prints ___ .______, ..12TERNBERC'f of La Argentlnlta, the renowned M. llersey was called to When you have been out late Easy Terms Available j
Spanish dancer, and was Ralford Tuesday to the bedsideof at night eating and drinking, takea

a guest at the reception given his brother Roe Hemey, who spoonful of Dlsma-Rex In a
for the artist by Madam de Car- t.. very 111 In his home there.J. glass of water before going to

denas wife of the Spanish Ambassador .- F. Hall wan a business visitorto I bed. Bl ma-Rex acts four waysto BRADFORD COUNTY

of Washington. Miss Starke Tuesday.Mr. cc-nbat acid-Indigestion. Try it

Dew obtained the autograph of and Mrs. J. J Zeigler and and see how wonderful It is. Buy TELEGRAPH 4 *
the famous dancer and that of Miss Ruth Zeigler visited Mr. and Bisma-Rex only 5Oc. at the Rex-

Carlos M on toy *, wellknownguitarist. Mrs. R. C. Dampler at High all Drug Store-Carpenter's Drug
Springs Sunday. Store lit Starke. I .





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FRIDAY, MAItfliFARMERS'
W4 a1ftADP'ORU COUNTY TELEGRAPH BTARKE. PLOBXPA lyr.
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enlisted the aid of other social Show And Rodeo STATE NEWS MID-AIR COLLISION
LIVE I Pensacola.-One
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tt SECTION and civic groups and bought just aviaton tI
such a place. It Is a ravine in At University was badly burned bUt
o
varieties of plants -- escaped unhurt when t tWO:
'-'" which many MonthPlans
Next WITHDRAWS
Early A VERY PROUD FATHER TOUCIITON training planes
some of which are becom- crashed) In
,
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I grow has been fenced DIonne yesterday MIami-State Senator Fred L. air 10 miles west of
RURAL ing extinct. It for making April 6 the Jacksonville,-Papa herei

, COMMON SENSE. . and picnic shelters and fireplaces -- biggest day in the school year was forced to yield some Touchton, Avon Park druggist, naval office air said station's Cadet! COIIlma.iIIa;.

have been built. are now being completed by students of his world-wide renown to a announced his retirement from G E.
who used his
CONSERVING EVERGLADES COMMUNITY ACTIVITIESBy An inventory of individuals in of the University of Florida certain local goat, which aired the race for Governor of Florida while before his parachute ,

who Is Interested in anyone community will reveal College of Agriculture, it was revealed two set of quadruplets withina because of lack of funds. His flames, received facial plane fell
Everyone Ethel Holloway masters of week. few days of each other. and ?
old timers who are during this 'withdrawal cut the field of an-
development and conservation burns but was not
the DemonstrationAgent thought
should begratl1'led District Home many an old handicraft which April 6 la the day on which nounced candidates for the Democratic hurt.
j of Florida's resources I WILDLIFE WEEK ously The other ,!
would be happy to teach to PROCLAIMS
t with the news that they students in all departments ot I nomination In the May Cadet R. S. Mickey,
Communities can accomplish others. There la the chalrmak- will Tallahassee, A program of 12. trough
something tangible Is now being' feats. the College of Agriculture I primaries from 13 to ship safely to earth In .
about the Everglades. seemingly impossible era, the tanner, the candlemaker combine their efforts In presentIng "adequate protection and strict stick landing. a *

l'' done For many years a great portion Home demonstration women the women who learned to spin their first Agricultural Fairand observance of our laws" Is urgedin WILL APPEAL TO ICKES

of this far-reaching area of working together In club groups and weave many years ago, and in staging the 1940 Little International a proclamation issued by Gov- Tampa.-The Florida livestock NO HELP FOR
SPONGKg
haa been offer proof of this fact year after those who know how to make Livestock Show and ernor Cone, naming the week of :
Florida direct appealto
made
land In southern Board has a
for many years its year. In 1939, In 10 Florida the old vegetable dyes. Skills still Rodeo. Throughout the day the March 17 to March 23 as "Flor- Ickes in Washington Tarpon Springs iw plo
neglected: Secretary
rich soil has counties, 38 community buildingswere have a monetary value in an industrial university gymnasium will be ida Wildlife Restoration Week." warning that Florida
M almost unbelievably constructed through the resourcefulness In ita efforts to secure reversal fishing industry faced
In smoke leaving age and many young filled with exhibits and demonstrations forbidding the atlon.
of ruling
been going up a
the House
demonstration
,
of home -
marl. people would find happiness In that reflect their work BURNED BRIDGE REPLACEDSt. Appropn
j dead and worthless sand or who recognized slaughter of deer In the Ever- Committee declined to
Countless fires over the years, groups reviving an old homecraft and and the agriculture of Florida Augustine.-The section of glades Seminole Indian reserva-
facUlties mend the of
use
recreation
the need for Federalfor
burned surface success' In marketing well made Horticulture poultry, the Shands Bridge destroyed
have not only in- agronomy tion in completion of tick eradi- attack on the
vegetation but they have eaten I to keep their young people articles. livestock, entomology botany, same months ago by fire, has cation work in this State. an fungi/:
social life of their that threatened
deep Into the peat soil-the richest terested in the Take stock of your community. plant pathology, 4-H club work, been replaced by the State Road ease Bureau. Representative It 7

state and as rich own communities. and other of agriculture The bridge, however Pe'
soil In the phases Department. SMITH FOR STATE SENATE : to
$36.625 fight the
as any in the world.It Everyone In the communitywas Resourceful Woman will be Included in the fair ex- cannot be opened to traffic Slater inter<
b
Green Cove Sprlnga-J' was rejected y the
has been estimated, accord- given an opportunity to con- hibits. until a new draw Is constructed.
tribute to those buildings. Some- Makes Profit Smith, who for years has been Bureau Representative Pt
Ing to Dr. WUmon Newell, provost At 2:30'o'clock: in the after- Florida andis D Fla. asked
active as a legislator ( ) the
Hoiutpropriationa
at the University !- one gave the land perhaps an- "REDS" IN FLORIDA TOO
for Bridle Club,
; agriculture the timber, and the From Three Pigs noon, the Block: and the author of the old age assistance Committee to
of Florida that 25 percent other local' sawmill gave cut it shares.In beaded by Its president, Jack Miami,-Reports ot Communistic amendment to the State ride the budget recommenii

4 of the Everglades area, or old on houses Pigs may be only pigs to Ellis Klnzer of Wabasso. will stage a activity and the illegal entryof Constitution under which the wel-

750.000 acres, has been rendered some Instances Interested Indi- Parker Butler but three of them big parade through Gainesville aliens along Florida's expansive fare program is now operating COL. LEE QUALIFIES

practically worthless/ for agri- were given by grown Into pork in the pantry Visiting cattlemen will be givena coastline were made the sub- announced his candidacy for the Tallahassee State
,-
cultural purposes by -these fires. viduals. and a whole litter of little pigs special place in this event. ject of scrutiny! last week by State Senate subject to the Democratic Comp
,
J. M. Lee has
Long have agricultural workers County boards have loaned for Mrs. Jack Lamberton of the The climax of the day's activities -I Chairman Martin Dies of the elections in Clay qualified It
primary of State's ,
L striven to have something done equipment to grade land and pull Palm River home demonstration will come at 7 o'clock in! house committee Investigating un- and Baker Counties. Secretary offc|
about the Everglades and, thanksto atumps and have furnished labor American activities. make the race to succeed his
I the evening when the Block and I
for the lawn and setting club.Her He gave newspapermen tin
their efforts, some progress nodding
home agent, Miss Allle Bridle Club raises the curtain on I COACH LEAVES U. OF F. formal
has been made in curbing the I plants. Some have given old, lowing announce
AN ITEM
that Mr. Lam- Little International QUITE
Lee Rush annual -
; the ninth
reports
Gainesville, Josh Cody, who resigned his candidacy In the
fires, reducing oxidation, and eli- discarded county buildings and berton purchased three pigs last Livestock Show and Rodeo Talahauee-T h e State Road Denwts
other conditions that provided labor and equipment for that the as athletic director and primary on May 7: "My ci
minating estimated
for $2.50 each. She has beef cattle and Department
summer Dairy and sheep
coach at the University Is based
head football
But dacy upon
have threatened this region. moving them. I freeze caused my <$
butchered two of them, and rodeo January-February
will be exhibited
the glades are vast in size and Men have given labor. Women Just hogs I to highwaysand of Florida, has acceptedthe record of service In such oc
which dressed out 250 and 175 events such as steer riding,I $2,800,000 damage
in their needs for con- have given entertainments. Young position of line coach at characterized by a firm slaw
peculiar would result in decreasing
pounds. Mrs. Lamberton canned broncho busting, the barrel race,:
Mem- Temple University In Philadel- a fair and impartial collect
servation and development.And people have put on plays. the 1940 revenues !
department's
of the pork and cured the and bulldogging will be
the recent action of Congress bers of the community who have part taged.1 from taxes by about phia. The same source said that every dollar of revenue
remainder. The third one, a Dr. M. O. Snell Louisiana State gasoline
will receive of due the state and its SUbdiVi
in making an appropriationfor never taken part in community Cody a salary
soil conservation in the Everglades affairs have given of their services gilt, was bred and has farrowed University secretary-treasurer of $1,250,000. around $1, OO a year and that from persons and property,,

plus the action of the or means and found them 10 little porkers. the National Block and Bridle STORM he has been given a five-year the disbursement of same
IN LAKE
] LOST
well fatten show and
Hogs can't on Club will attend the
state In appropriat In g certain selves taking places of leader- very I Leesburg,-:March gales claimedtwo contract. His salary at Floridawas for necessary purposes am
fronds but that didn't faze for the exhibits.
palm serve as a judge "
funds to the ,Everglades Fire ship and responsibility In community -: victims last week when two $6,500. strict accordance with law
the resourceful Mrs. Lamberton.She The show and rodeo will be heldin
Control Board, Is encouraging to affairs for the first time.; commercial fishermen,
to Cuban In stadium. Leesburg Cease
went the
a bakery university Dlema
those who have worked for the Because men, women and child- 53 and his ONE MORE ADDED TO RACE
Tampa which uses palmetton Farmers from all sections! of Herman E. Singleton, COLDS
conservation 'of the area. The ren have worked together for frond to wrap bread during the the state are invited to attend stepson, William Jones, 25, were Jacksonville, Proposing the
: Soil Conservation Service has already these buildings and other things, relief
baking and arranged to the agricultural fair and live- drowned when their boat was abolition of ad valorem taxes on Par quick
process
begun operations for utilizing a strong feeling of joint ownership trade fronds for stale bread with stock show and rodeo. swamped by a storm on Lake Florida real estate, and pledging hues tie tnlreeyal
all water In the Evergladesto has developed. It has followed Griffin. If such a change Is made in eoW, hike see
which to feed her hogs.
the best advantage. Instead as a natural sequence that the State's Constitution to fight
of allowing rain water falling old and have joined to- Buy RealtyIn UfI1IN -
young TEACHERS PAY TIIKIR PART CANDIDATES PAY UPTallahasseeCandidates "any tax of any form that tendsto Salve.Relief
oa undeveloped portions of the gether in wholesome entertain- first Florida have burden the people of theS
Tallahassee,-The deposit
4 glades to run off through canals ment. a Florida paid $24,949 to Secretary of StateR. tat e," E. Z. Jones Sr., an-
toward setting
G to the sea, theme in charge of Perhaps your community has a teachers retirement up program has i Urges Roger BabsonRoger A. Gray to qualify for seeking nounced his candidacy for gov- At LaForYourCou

the conservation project ,will endeavor natural beauty spot that shouldbe been made here. It totaled $71480.95 ,- nomination in the May primaries -i ernor, subject to the May, Dem-
of holding W. Babson, financialand
to provide ways preserved In Gadaden County, of to state and district of- ocratic primary elections.
} it on the land and thus decreasing the home demonstration women and represented part teacher economic analyst, In a pre- fices. Gray turned over $8-.
Its Inflammability and under the leadership of Miss January and February pared statement issued recently,
contributions toward the 845.60 to the State Democratic STATE G. O. P. MEET
oxidation, Dr. Newell says. They Elsie Laffltte, home demonstration program.An gave seven reasons for now buy- Executive Committee. '
Melbourne-The Florida Re-
annual of $200-
also plan to use surplus water agent, have joined forces appropriation Ing good Florida property.The : CreomuUlon relieves prompts!
""i from. Lake Okeechobee to maintain 800 as the state's contribution reasons: publican executive committee will ause It goes right to the seas d<
a sufficiently high water the glades are now devoted to a toward the program waa made "Heretofore after real estate BUSINESS BLOCK BURNS meet at Orlando March 18. C. trouble to loosen germ laden phkt'|

l table. The work has barely gotten highly special I z e d agriculture: by the 1939 Legislature, but Gov- activity has got well under way ZephyrhUls,-Fire causing loss H. McNulty. chairman In a no- Increase secretion and tender aid naraJ

4; under way, but much Is hoped, The rest must be protected conserved ernor Cone declared the state on the East Coast, such activityhas estimated at $2 ,OOO wiped out tice sent to committeemen, said eel soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw membmf

} for and much good Is expected I developed, or It will be treasury la not now in conditionto followed In the Central and four buildings in a downtown a national committeeman and No matter bow many medldneirj.

i Jrom the project.Approximately lost by the combination of water permit payment of the appro- West Coast sections. business block here, local firemen committeewoman would be selected !, nave tried tell :your druggrut to

125,000 acres ol drainage, oxidation, and fire priation. I' attempted to battle the delegates and alternatesto you a bottle of CreomulsurawlM
be that are to Ithe
"Florida can understanding you
property pur- flames, and two trucks respondedto the Republican national convention I
-- for less than be- way It quickly allays toe wor
I chased today call Dade but the
a to City
chosen, and other action you are to have your money ti
r fore the boom of 1929-1926 structures were in ruins before
taken for the nomination of candidates -
11 Hence, prices are now right for they could make the run here. for elective offices in CREOMULSIOjfor

both profits and useful develop- the party primary May 7. Coughs Cheat Colds,Brand

ment. AZALEA QUEEN PICKED

People throughout the countryare Palatka,-Mias Roxle Nilaon,

just beginning to learn about regal 20-year-old Miami blonde, BOREE FUNERAL HOME
the Florida tax-exempt homesteadlaw was crowned "Azalea Queen for

and its great benefits to 1940" during impressive ceremonies Fall doe of OakeU Undertaken. Supplies

property owners. which climaxed the third AMBULANCE 8HUVIOB
annual Azalea Festival In the DAY AND NIGHT' '
"There has never been a time
in United States history when Ravine Gardens here Sunday aft- 154 PHONB 1S4O.
H. BENNETT .....
The new was
money for home building could be ernoon. queen
borrowed so cheaply and safely, sponsored by the Miami Junior "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"LITTLE

both from Government and bankIng Chamber of Commerce.

agencies.
....
I "Florida is rapidly becoming a .. \" "'r.t. ....
summer resort. This especially \

applies to the coastal and lake

sections which offer special sum .' -. -. --
f mer attractions.

"Whatever happens after World "1 BIRD TOLD ME- )

War 2. Inflation Is sure to fol ,

low. Good real estate is one of
,
the best Inflation hedges. This

especially applies to homesite

Mr properties."A .
w
period of prosperity in Florida '. .
has heretofore followed 6S

.r 'freezes' and there Is no reason I

.. k to doubt that history will not

v ,t again be repeated."
-IS
roc
5"
WANTS JUDGE REMOVED H

Clearwater-Gov. Fred P. Cone

was asked by the Pinellas County

grand jury today to remove

Juvenile Judge Major L. Perry 1

Ii from office. In Its final present-

ment before adjourning after a .

four-day session the jury declared .

+ : "We have found after .

careful investigation and Inter- FLAMELESS ELECTRIC COOKERY

viewing numerous witnesses that

Juvenile Judge Major L. Perry MAKES FOODS TASTE BETTER !
has by his conduct in public

. places over a period of consid-

erable time been under the in-

fluence of liquor and conducted

himself in a manner unbecomingto

r a pubic official."


PRICES GO UP AND UP Fowl fish,meat, vegetables, to cook with electricity,

v Orlando,-Prices for Florida desserts and pastries and best of all,tbey talk

vegetables and fruit went
,5 r up as well as the temperature crops they're osier and cheaper better There's a reason.

Drink Each taste of ice-cold Coca-Cola has after the January freeze and 'Radiant electric heat scab

farmers who had anything left

the same freshness of appeal that first cot more for their produce, the in natural flavors, preserving -

U. S. department of agriculture's
ge marketing service reported ; their full delicacy, ,
/ / charmed clean exhilaratingtaste
you- "Local market prices o f farm Modern electric cookery .


known and enjoyed by four gen- higher products on averaged February two 15: than points a permits exact control of

Delicious andRefreshing month earlier a survey Issued and timing
oven temperature -
erations. Millions thrill to its taste and here said. This was true also

of chickens and eggs, which with for perfect results.

the refreshed feeling that follows. fruits and truck advanced "sharply ss.ureaas.a.r
1 following the January freeze -r.l A..Y
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and prolonged cold weather. The ----..--rM EIEURIU1Y IS IHhP
F Increase for truck crops was -...-......--
PAUSE THAT REFRESHES marked." particularly -----

BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THI coc t.eoea co. BY 1W arAM Mir M ors/tiaras

Engraved acknowledgements. J. G. SPENCER
sympathy Mgr.r .
STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Inexpensive. -Bradford -

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YV MAKCH is. 19-\0 BRADFORD COUNTY TEIXGRArIISTARRE, FLORIDA .
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I I able to live a happy. normal life' a. consequence, hospitals and

CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES CommissionersHave I He had to pay attention to his i morgue are constantly busy.

Brief SessionThe : I 40 Years AgoItems diet but at least he could enjo; When pleasure seekers, are advised g

alao
- his food. I to slow down they jeer

I Not only can man remov and stay up later nights and drink
METHODIST PRESBYTERIA."l 1 EPISCOPAL CImISTI.tj" Board of County Com- '
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ArTIST ( from (he Telegraph'9 file he adds gome Ther- more cocktails. Headaches and
Rev. Chas. H Allen, !!""t. !Mnrfr. Ciuv... Sunday Sch"o1 Supt spare parts ,
m.! LIChtfoot R ey. Frank Robtn.on Pastor Rev. Fr..d Y.rke., Jr. Ira. In.Vllaon I ml ?!loners met Monday March; of March. 1000)). I metal plates to hold bones together unfitness for work the next day

pitor h Supt. P.tor Rector Sunday: School' 4th.. at 10 o'clock a. m. with the Mrs. K. T. Richard of Tampa, and even tissues! and organs are the logical result.In .

day School School 0.B... K.SuperIntendent Perryman Hr..Organitt JD. M. Davis Sunday MI.. Ella School J. $a..s Supt. 10 o'dock following members present: L. L l Is the guest of her parents, Mr. borrowed from other bodies this mechanical age man

daY 411 A. M. of Church Schonl Church Sehool Supt. Ortran.dIlln. Conner, chairman; P D. Reddish, and Mra. U D. Wall. or from the lower animals. Clothing depends on speed to turn out the

S.rvlce Church School Roy th.w. JoIn, U. C. Brown ClnTRCIl OF CUIUST Mallory Thomas. R. S. Waadin Silas Kite, a member of the taking the place of the furor ; elaborate equipment of life. ";

11 A.Training M. MorulnE 10 4%..Wor.hlp IL.lt Church Schoot Sunda S.rVcos School, lIarry Pa.torn Pickup and T. D. Dyal. crew of the A. S. R. & G. freight feathers which other creatures Machines run faster and they reduce '

1:00 '. IL. S.rvi"e, 11 A. M. I. A. IL. 10 A. IlL DIMe Study I i. nl. The following changes wert train, was Injured a few days ago, need to protect them against cold the cost of production. "

Inc p.Irervl"e IL Ev..IDIr Worship Morning 11 A.Wonh.p IL.er Sundays -- 11 A. If.S'rmon Lord' Supper and II Theo p. ni.vr made in the pauper roll: Mrs while trucking freight Into the weather is a spare part which This Is also a going age when i
1I'.tln lI.rvtc. 1:80 P. H. Fridays 1.80: P. ..(. depot at LaCrosse. Is used to that he thInk and
: J
1'.M.I : Sigma Cbl 1:00: p. In. liIunday.day. Minda Hodge having died her: man so people dislike to lilt down 1
SOO TOUDC Peoples Hol, Days.1 A. M.PIant.t name was stricken; Annie Ma Mayor M R. Llddou will plant of It more as an ornament and think Many persons would live f

Mona Canova Leatrue P Mastlugu._.... GlUes was stricken because she ic many pecan trees this season. an aid to modesty than as almost longer If they spent more evenIngs -
Ir Dlr.ctor Powell 6'30: MeetingChairman MISSION HALL GOSPEL T\B. lN. ALLI.& CE receiving widow's pension; and J. E. Futch, Esq., left Mondayfor an organic part of himself at home In reading and quiet

n H. Wedtl..day Prayer 1:80 P.M. Sponsors: Mr Sponsored and Mra b" Presidentof the allowance of Nellie GriffU Key West, where he will represent This has been called the ma pleasures. Those who are so restless -

D.acO". 11011''' F. H. Long Mr. and Mu. J. 'T. Qulele The 11ev. 'rank was discontinued because she haa Starke Lodge No. 34, K. chine age and man who hilearned that they have to keep going .

11' Klckllt.r Organist J. T. QuIg.y Evanlr..II.Uo Service Robln.on moved from the county; E. C of P. to take machinery apart until they cannot go any longer a t'
Chairman Mr. E. K. P.rryman, Bible StudY. each each Friday and Sun- !''Cet'rfOtary-Tr..ur. often ..t'':
"sur- ,
TrusteeS Miss Isabel Peek was and It together again exhaustion.
ot Clark allowed $2 per month;: put pay a price of nervous
Anl.tant Organist Tun. .venine 7'30 day evening 7:30: The Rev. "'r ed Yerkes was
a pow.n Mrs. Lena Griff was allowed $4 prised" Tuesday evening by a with come parts left out, In try- Lent is supposed, to bring f, 'jjspiritual
I -- --- --- --- -, --- of her friends. practices on '
the same millions
- per month; Chester Register was party young Ingout\ benefits. It leads

Many ActivitiesAt Shrubbery Set allowed $5 per month; and Calvin' Hon. Frank Clark, the Duval hlrn.selt.-St. Petersburg Indepen of people to give attention

lob Jones i GllSHon was allowed $3 for Immediate County candidate for Congress dent. lo the nobler alms of life. In so

- Methodist Church Around New Annex relief. opened his campaign Monday ;iolng they become disgusted with

\v. C. Kerce. of the Guilford Must First Abolish Cod their former low standards. Even
Of Church The following amounts were
i Morning services were con- Baptist for burial section, was the guest of Banker apart from such Ideals, those who

tents On Here ducted In the ,First Methodist appropriated expenses N. T. Hitch $unday.Stiirke's Man's feeble Intellect finds It b erve Lent faithfully gain phys-
>
Mrs
Sunday March 17th, will be of indlgents In the county:
Church last Sunday by the pastor : first bushel of straw- Impossible to adequately visualize cally and obtain mental advant-
_ Hereafter the Rev. Frank Robinson.' marked In services at the Baptist Minda Hodge $7.30 Sam ;;Griffis Larry $7.30.Johnson berries for the season was shipped God, To some he Is a. bearded age from a quieter and more te- I

the writer heard a The subject for the hour was church by the beginning of $20; and was received for Wednesday. The shipmentwas old man high In the heavens In- lective life. Halnes City Herald.

nUy "Spiritual Values." The choir the second year of service of the Application of made up by Messrs. J. L. lensely concerned with all that
colored, Samp-
preacher quote the passage, Unto His Joseph Carter Brownlee W. II. Underhill Ned below punishing
the anthem "Sing here
I sang happens Brain
I On
present pastor. The sermon for treatment In the State Yo Age Limit
liveth to makesslons" won, for his
"
hg He ever Name. I Lewis, Torn Williams J. M. Truby name and rewarding others as
the hour will continue the seriesof Tuberculosis Sanitorium at Or i
In this way: "He Next Sunday morning the pastor laid over for further and John Uglow. mood happens to dictate. To others Employers who have been re-
af- messages that are being delivered lando. It was B. J. Alderman one of the I God is a spirit that pervades
liveth to manage our will again conduct the service consideration.The uctant to hire men over a given
_ and will deliver a sermon In on the New Testament leading young citizens of the the universe and finds Its way
I asked a Greek scholar Clerk was Instructed to Brooklyn community was In town Into men's hearts. To some lie Is age might ponder the statementf

. passage could be so In- keeping observance.with The the musical Palm Sunday selec- Church. Palm Sunday will also prepare telegraphic messages to Tuesday that thing called Love and as this former president of the Call- .

ted. He went to his library, tions by both the choir and the be observed at that hour and the Senators C. O. Andrews and thing actuates men's, lives such fornllState Medical Association.

back and said that thereo congregation will carry out the choir has especially prepared for Claude Pepper and to Representative Mans Spare Parts men become better fathers better Man 'reaches his top mental agaantr

objection to the Interon. subject of the day. A cordial the occasion "The Pal m" by R. A. Green urging that luifibands better citizens. 50," Dr. W. H. Kiger tell

After all, whether it Invitation is extended for this Faure. in addition to which John road projects in the county be Man Is like an automobile I We may be more or less Indifferent the American College of Surgeons. t.

f".1".. -----------I.. that I first day of Holy Week. Powell will sing "Jerusalem" by approved immediately BO that the Take him apart and put him together i to the ministrations of the adding that research has caused i

actly what Jesus promises: Parker.Of unemployed might have work. again with some of his :church and we may have a feel- tbnndonment, of the former theory 1
services will
He Is our Advocate. He Other Holy Week special interest to all lathe The. followlne widow's pensions parts left out. and he will still :ling that the strivings and struggles hat an Individual reaches the peak !

Attorney. He is up lra Include the regular 7:30 Sunday o'clock.even-On announcement that on Friday I were approved: Mrs. Lena Grlf- run. He can get along If he has of the church are all out of of> his thinking powers between 40
| transacting business for: Ing worship at Joe Moody. to the real good; that It Is Interesting to find Ij
Wednesday evening (the 20th), night March 22nd the Junior! fis, and to without a whole raft of fenders proportion md CO.
|e came down out of Heaver union services between the First Choir of the First Baptist Churchin Application of Mrs. J. L. Van hoods, spare tires and body Is accomplished. nevertheless we he medical fraternity no longer ;.
earth by way of the body was II. Kata- today confronted with the man's reasoning ability on
and Palatka will appear here topresent Anda for widow's pension parts, says Professor Q. lie limiting !
.virgin and went to a cross: Methodist Mark's, First Episcopal Presbyterian Churcheswill the great Easter cantata I! laid over for further consider- brooks. Instructor in psychologyat arresting: thought; that before men the ground of added years and alK \t

ore our sins in His own St. be held in the First Presbyterian "The Seven Last Words o f ation, and Miss Floy Thomas' Colgate University. Man can ike Hitler and Stalin can embark to note that they have put no t

He paid our debt for ua Church with the pastor, Christ." Appropriate for the occasion allowance waa discontinued aa get along nicely with one lung, in their murderous projects, they urther arbitrary boundary on

vas wounded for our transODS" and well prepared by that she is employed In the W. P. A. one kidney, or half of his brain; mUst first abolish God mental development Quite natural 4t
conductIng
Charles Allen -
Rev.
bruised forIqultles" : the Godless men could do what to expect riper \
"He was excellent Junior choir which appeared -I sewing room. he can dispense with two quartsof Only would seem,
(21st)
He said it was ; on Thursday evening Church In Starke for a diversified Board adjourned about 3 his blood; he can live without hese men are doing. All sense years and larger lessons to unfold ,'
Methodist The
that He go back to in the First of right justice, mercy kindness! ncreanlng wisdom and abilities.- j t '
stomach a spleen
eat of Churches will program last year, the rendi- o'clock In the afternoon after an I a an appendix
He said If He did note this same group bladder even his parathyroid ientlcnenH and good will has been :h rial Ian Science Monitor.
n. tion of this cantata should be of brief meeting. or a gall ; j '
in celebrating the Sacrament unusually Belief i iTypewriter
would not cooperate henna
their
Holy Spirit be removed If crucIfied In
glands
interest to all. ThU will be the may
He said He would go ande of the Lord's supper.j their secretion Is replaced by injections -I in God Implies a belief In the ktn- ribbon of all kind t ,
I only time It will be given pub-
Father to send the Corn- This service will Easter Sunday War Has Reached ; part of his small Intestine hip of mankind. It leaves little for Mile at the Telegraph office. \I',
licly except o n
So He went into ,, the pastor, the Rev. Frank Robinson moining at the First church In A Deadlock and his colon may be excised oom for hate and thus those who I
assisted by the Rev. Chas. "God 1 Is Love" find: COMFORT ;
and Heaven'1 his that BABY'S
all declare FOR ,
the Father, Palatka. The Rev. J. C. Simsconducts without serious damage; I II I
came. Now He Is Allen, the Rev. Fred Yerkes and I the choir. I Military Men Say teeth may be removed If neces I In Russia., In Germany end In McOee't Baby Elixir Is intended J"

and this very moment ;' the Rev. Dr. Pendelton. On Friday ,' I Japan[ proof that only by lampng for Minor upset of the stomach !<'v( '

resenting all Christians Inen. (22nd) in Saint Marks Episcopal An all-d a y church grounds After six months of the sary.A man who had lost all these out entirely all trace of God md bowels that result from over- *>[
Church the annual Good beautifying; was observed at the military EUIo-1 on foods or temporary !
ting
He Is presenting oui I pean war, American spare parts would be.a curiosity 110. their hearts can they carry improper 'j
service will be conducted I Baptist church on Tuesday of UmatillaTribune. over-acidity
substantial
Friday work -
rein fiendish
we could stilt get' their
"He liveth to managffalra' Indeed but he ,
ever ,
!
from 12 o'clock noon until 3:00: this week, and much shrubbery, this week that the conflict has: to A bottle of McO.
I around. He might, to return
o'clock p. m. The Rev. Fred all given by interested friends reached a deadlock and that the I cost only 3Sc.CABPKNTKH'S.
en we try to run things we and will The work was in chargeof I our analogy of the automobile, I :
Yerkes will be in charge was set. Is not in sight.
way out chuff along at reduced Slow DownThe
Is what have to Lent Says
them up. That be assisted by other ministers of Circle No. 1 of the W. M. S., whose dutyIs
Otherwise officers with brakes unsatis-
us Into trouble. If we would the community. A cordial Invitation -, Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader, thoughall unclouded speed, poor of distinctive thought of thechurch OLD '
to the to form judgments factory pick-up, and lots
urn everthlng over is extended to everyone to had an active share In It. both on of Lent la that men
are divided and rattles, but he would season \
sympathy knocks
vbo died for us and the only of these Students' of Nations by
at all The League hurried
their -
and worship thus should
cease
to practiceat come the significance of events sllll be able to navigate the roads and women HOSPITAL'j
vho Is qualified
Week services. A hearty program and appearancewas the material
the after
Holy outlook for '
that'sa striving
the and
of Heaven, we far and on under his own power,
| the bar one also of great interest. The their
welcome will be given every alms of life and put
at all times have peace I future. lot. r
arrived In Starkeat
people
of
young trail higher
attending.Last military removal of thoughts on the
passeth all understanding,. and went to the They differ on whether a Often, too, the
the annual 2:30: o'clock The word "lent" In the
night diseased
Sunday insult that have been subjects
loes not only represent us at church for classes In their own decision IH likely to spare parts "slow."
ourt of the kles, but He observance o f Young People'sDay I Bible Study work. Dr. Patterson from the existing lineup of brings a great ImprovementIn French language means .
la not popular.
Methodist down
held In the Slowing
was that whether health. One for example,
to direct our steps down vice-president of the Institu- torcett, and, without : man drivers are I :
conducted by the YoungPeople's allies from the time When automobile
Church, the lliitlsh-French had lived in agony
to man- favors
would be time
glad I
He
tion teaches the group aa they laugh and :
Division Those taking he was 20 until he wa 40. Ills nuked to do $<>, they KUUNITUKK
nil our affairs. A friend of travel. A fine Young People's or Germany. little harder. As!
I
the SonlorYoungl'eoples on the 1(1a I
part from stomach was lemoved and he was step
Instead of employing I expect a
riter, were Em- : Banquet honoring these sixteen Few military men
yer, drew a business con-I Department the evening'I visitors wa. held In the new annex mass offensive of World War -- .- -- I

one day and in so doinga melt Perryman the ScrlpI -:' attended by forty local i style on the Western Front with .
Ruth Simpson
mistake that cost him prayer; people All arrangementsfor the advent of spring and few be-
an Interesting young
il thousand dollars. After I ture; Gayle Sewell, giving in charge the final outcome will
talk the occasion were lieve that
instructive ;
|ade the mistake of drawing and and Frank of the young people of the church. be affected materially by the fate
Jr.,
Smith OREhut
Leonard
wn contract. he always emId -I Robinson III receiving the of I On Sunday night March 17th. of Finland. YOU CAN PAY

a lawyer for that purpose.eve. .I fering. From the Intermediate; thH pastor concludes the series of J

he made a business Patsy Keen. President sermons on Seven churches of 12 Razor Blades A YearA
!he would always say, "Seelawyer" Department service the I Revelation speaking on "T he
the ;
[ '. When the devils conducted made a short talk of explanation -I Church that was Lukewarm. thrifty friend of ours tells us ..

s us and tries to entice pastor concerning the service; The evening services begin a t that he uses a single safety razor ? :

te can refer him to our At- Bishop. made the offertory 7:43 and lasts only 45 minutes. blade for three, four and even six. wily
Nina
ry. When things come up The combined YoungPeopl&s months shaving with It ever;;r
on't know what to do with prayer. Cow morning.' He hones the blad I
special Lady-The
Choir sang two Nice tl tlj'
_
can ask our Attorney for and "Fol- each morning on the Inside of i a __

om. Jesus Is such a wonder- selections Gleam., "Our" Best"Grace Dew gavea The cow Is the best easiest and water glass. He selects a glas ;.c- j'

avlor. He Is a marvelous low the solo. Mrs. E. K. Perry quickest money producer and with straight Bides and the prope

cats and He ever liveth to violin playing wealth-creator She Is the best curvatures, lays his finger length
the organ
pge our affairs. man was selections at and for the hand on the farm and does her wine on the blade and rotates It

special singing.A work faithfully day after day against the sides of the glass

missionary recently told a congregational with no time off for Sundays or which has previously been moistened -

rkable story about his ex feature of the service was of bad weather Her annual vacation with a few drops of water %

Ince In Africa. He employed the first public appearance of a few months brings her Our friend even gives new blade

jtle boy to work for him. One the newly organized Young- buck again Into milk productionand this treatment before using them "
This
[the missionary found a scar People's Orchestra. organization under she presents you with a dandy He tells U>4 that he buys a goot
created
|he boy's chest. He learned has been Emmett Perry- calf In return for her time off. i grade of blade to start with _

this boy was a slave and the direction of There Is no such thing as being About one out of every dozer

[scar was a mark of owner- man. Several selections manner.were too poor to own a cow but there blade he states Is extra good, I"

So the missionary went to played In a commendable may be a state of mind too lazy and will last for several months

chief who owned the boy and Members of the orchestra are and I to have and care for one. Even with the best of blades then

kht the lad and set him free Emmett Perryman, trombone I t The cow Is the number one sol will be Home in each package tha>
Sewell, piano;;
Virginia tt
paid. "Now you are free. You conductor: bass drum;;I I builder producing and spreading do not atand up. He discard

BO where you please. You Francine Fisher bans horn;; 'high grade fertilizer as she feeds: these after using them once and
III
t belong to anybody." The : Frank Kobinson french horn; 1'on grass and fllli. her bag with clings to the good ones as Ions

boy said, "I want to belongou. Comer Perryman Grace rich. healthful milk that "h: an they cun be made to do satisfactory lot mor* motor

i don't want to leaveI I Leonard Smith trombone;cornet cheerfully delivers to you each work lie tell ua hi 'iT&11jit

love you because you set I Dew, violin; Mack Futch ; I night and morning You need but never buys over a dozen blades In car. kut you'll find yourself asking, "Wh r*
with Jack Halle clarinet.. I' It In and: -Titusville Star-Advocatt
free' So the boy stayed have a bucket to put a year.
and gave devoted service not Other young people will be away she goes to fill the bag can 1 get any more beauty, driving and riding II

|use he had to, but because added to this, orchestra which will again for you. We all know the Out of The Fi'jlnjj .'11ft road action, safety and all-round $659
at the ease,
night I his Aunt
wanted to. Paul said some- play every Sunday value of milk cream and butter Frederick was visiting

about bearing in his body regular evening hour of worship. I but few families know the Joy Matilda and was trying hard U value than I get in Chevrolet for '4O?" .

j marks of the Lord Jesus. Practice for the group will be of having Just all you want ol mind his manners. As he was: MASTER 85 '

(of us Christians were at one held In the Church on Thursdaydo I these precious foods. Plenty ol tasting hesitatingly at a rather: Particularly when you consider Chevrolet's BUSINESS COUPE

laves of the Devil and sin. not live cold buttermilk on a hot day It small bowl of unfamiliar liquid, Chevrolet's
s bought ua. He paid for us as we please. We do Christiana I like a gift from heaven and a his aunt remarked. "Don't you lluLrAr1p.1FiTI. i excep Other model slightly higher

His blood. But because of as we please but we as We are, snack of cheese when you want II like the soup Frederick?" I '$ f'iip-fr. upkeep! I

He has done for us we are please to serve Him.cords of gratitude I Is but one more of the joys of cow "Oh yes!" he exclaimed eagerly. All models priced at Flint, ;

love-slaves of Jesus Christ. bound to cords Him by of love and cordsof ownership,-Marlanna Floridian. "Us very good soup-.what thereIs Michigan. Transportation
and "
are not our own. We are delightto of it. .
i We
kht with a price even His redeeming grace. of each week at 3:15.: And then realizing In consternation based on rail rates, state

lious blood. We are free to do His will. afternoon already play- what he had laid, Freddie local (if )
.., Any young person "And there's plenty olit CHEVROLET and taxes any ,
and willing to rushed on:
Instrument '
ing an I and
INSURE WITH Join this orchestra unless other- too-such as It Is. optional equipment '


N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. church.wise affiliated Is Invited with to meet another at the Four Stages of ('who hildhoodInvestigators sought to I I F IRSTAG-'I !" subject ssories-extra.to change withoutnotice. Prices I

of practice ,
BONDS hour !
LIABILITY appointed of suffering a OUT Ot TIeS LAST t VIAlS
FIRE LIFE AUTO A called meeting of the Board learn the needs negroes IIAOIR IN SALES .
ii
I of the January
FLORIDA Stewards will be held on Monday from effects
hone 7-1 STARKE of 7:30 o'clock, cold, In Pompano, still are talkIng '
night, ((18th) at : & ftBuijtfTORODE
In the main auditorium of the about this one: of I ye/7/iy
Steward, Is urgedto A woman was asked the age
FUNERAL DIRECTOR church. Every her four children but declared :

for Me lo Render attend. couldn't remember. Pressed CO.
she CHEVROLET
Powlble
i ly Many Year Experience Make It -

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COCRTEOVS SERVICE We will pay !5-centn per poundfor he"Well.finally I got said one: lap child. one(
meeting oarapproval
PRICES boiled cotton rags
MODERATE porch child and one FLA.
No button or old creeper one STARKE,
JONES "
DeWITT C. Bradford County Tel yard young 'un. i'ff
Starke, Florid* I pant

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA .. FRIDAY, "L\I'<-'lilt
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that is accorded to the proverbial "tempestin : Clancy AttacksOfficeholders I Clark Discusses Early Easter In College .JIillstrd

The Bradford County TelegraphEstablished a teapot." On the surface, the attackseem' New Light RateIn Has Girls Puzzled Miss Miriam Guy

1877 to. be nothing more or less than a at the Florida State a..
... Speaking here Just before noon discussing the new 2 1-4 % Will Easter be hot or cold? c0|II| '
silly attempt to hurt President Roosevelt. yesterday to a small gathering on cent electric: rate which went The fact that this Importantdate Women, has been ?

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second Director of the Census Bureau, W. L'j Call Street. J. H. Clancy, elderly Into effect here March 1, R. F. falls on March 24th (the will part be In the Junior Mlnsrel.k| !!
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Flu.S3 Panama City attorney and can Clark, superintendent of the City earliest It has come in 27 years) held Friday night, 'h '
who has been prominently connected -
college
Austin this week has the ladles over what auditorium.
didate for Governor of Florida,, Light & Water plant puzzled Tht
M.EAYBER.7EFLCni with that agency for forty years, declares declared that "Too many of Flor made the following statement: type of dress to buy for the an- strel an annual affair u

that there is no violation of privacy, ida's officials are being con "The new rate on electric service nual parade of fashions. It will the major events: of the i,
\PRESS ASSOCIATION trolled vicious interests sucb the "do be another sixty years at leastbefore year. Miss Guy also|
known
| in the by will be as ar P;
practice
in the
legal precedent or census minstrel last
r-L&-- ) as the bond house racketeers.The mestic rate" and applies only to Easter puts In such an year ,
*3Lt.orakd :i'iofn'o questions complained of, nor are some of fiery white.maned speaker,, home consumption."A early appearance again.

K. L. Matthew ___--_____- Editor and Owner them even new, in fact or in principle.. once a Chicago judge and former man may have an electric Only four times In the past 140 Recent Births

.. --- -. .. - He points out that the collection of in- chatauqua lecturer, was the third meter In his home and anotherIn years has Easter been celebrated Mr. and Mrs CharlM
' SUBSCRIPTION RATE gubernatorial candidate to be his office or place of business.He earlier than March 25. It Is pos Batten Theressa
formation on home mortgages was author- heard here during the current use more in his sible for the date to vary as boy Ala
Yearly", 1.50; Six Months, 75c: --Payable In AdvanceAdvertising act campaign. He was preceded by may even much as 35 days-all the way Mr. and Mrs. Charles A
\ ized more than fifty years ago by an place of business than in his resi- kips Starke, girl,
Rate on Application B. F. Paty and Fuller Warren. I dence, but the volume used will from March 22nd to April 25. March I
of
of Congress, and states that in the census Mr. and Mrs A
0-- .. Declaring that the political sub-: have no effect. The new rate Is Next year it will fall on April H '
t 1800 every person was asked to give the divisions of Florida owe $600,000000 ,-' for home use only and includes 13. Hampton girl, March 2

! '" Everyone Asked to Help value of all the real estate owned and in Candidate Clancy maintained every possible service from lIght But why worry? Chances are

Clean Up Cemetery Next Week 1860 and 1870, every person was requiredto that 23 out of 67 counties are to an electric range. that the women! In the family Infant Howard 7J/e/
"sunk in the morass of bonded will wear that new dress any
An intensive effort to have Crosby; "Only one meter will be used Ralph the
his 5-weeks-oliJ
state the value of all property.In debt." N : how--no matter how cold it Is. ,
and by Easter and where a range or other large Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,
Lake spic
Cemetery span defense of the questions concerning "Over a large portion of Florida Ii
appliances are died
current-consuming Sunday, March
Sunday was started this week and will be income, Mr. Austin maintains that they are under, 40 percent tax certificates.of the property Other Is' Installed, special wiring will haveto Riley Finley Dies Ing 111 for two days 3 win at,

climaxed with an old-fashioned "cleaning"next be provided. There are practically monla.
and vital to understandableand II
necessary an thousands have been ruined or Riley Finley, 43, died ta the
.
I Tuesday when citizens of this com- possible solution of the complex eco- evicted. A majority of the people no houses here that are Veteran's Hospital at Lake City
service the present -
for this at
ready
; munity are asked to come out and put their nomic problems with which the country is are unhappy and poorly gov time on Wednesday, March 6. A native New Home Started
erned. Our officials, both state of Raiford, he had been living In
r individual lots in shape. struggling.In I' and local, work not for the taxpayer "The insurance u n d e rwrltera the Lawtey section for a numberof Construction of a new hii,

The new fence around the cemetery is spite of the agitation that is being : but ON him" the speaker have a code covering this wiring years and was a mechanic by Mr. and Mrs. K G Dun
that be with. Your North Walnut Street
must complied
now complete and the committee in chargeIs created the majority of American citizens : declared.He trade. waif
this week. Ben Hall
I charged that bond mattersIn safety, as well as maximum com- Survivors are his wife, Mrs. is u&
anxious to finish up the work so that are intelligent enough to cooperate with the Florida', are practically con- fort from using electrical service Frances Finley; and two brothers, tractor. The colonial 11'

those who visit there on Easter Sunday will census taker in supplying this valuable in-' trolled by two concerns, and that warrants this protection. Be sure Sam B. Finley of Glen St. Mary, architecture will be folio*.

find a scene in keeping with the beauty of formation. Should anyone refuse, however,,: at least two of the leading can- vide to have a licensed electrician when Installing pro- and Adam J Finley of Gainesville -
wiring
didates for governor are attorneys adequate We will pay 5-cents
: the season. he will be reminded that the law electrical ," per
gently for these companies an range Funeral services were held last for tolled cotton rags rhea}
The people of the community have co- provides a fine of $500 or a jail sentenceof Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in approval. No button 0pants.

operated in a fine way with the work up sixty days for failure to answer a census County Expenses JJI rs. Sallie Reddish the Evergreen Cemetery with the .- Bradford Coantj
Rev. J. C. Dlxon as the officiating -
: till now. Many have contributed actual question. At the same time, census em- Further Analyzed Funeral services were held In minister. Arrangements were

cash, and others have promised to give their ployes are strictly required to keep such In- the Lawtey Baptist Church Wed In charge of the Boree Funeral How Much Is En
A further comparison: of the afternoon for Mrs. Sallie
op nesday
labor make for the which they formation confidential. A fine of $1,000or Home.
to
up money If had
of I
erating expenses county government Reddish, 72, who died Monday at Pall bearers were: Mike Futch, you recelvtj
dad not feel they could spare. It is hoped two years imprisonment or both might broken down as to func- the home of relatives In Jackson t R. A Blanchard Sim Yarbrough! HUNDRED THOUSAND

that interest will again be revived next follow the divulging of personal data to an tions, was revealed by the Tax ville. Interment was In Ever Roy King, Wesley Crews, and, LARS salary during the '.
Revision League in a statement Cemetery. sion I n addition t o aJudge's
green
week in order that the cemetery's improvement outsider. John Crews. I
released in Jacksonville recently. Mrs Reddish was a native of I expenses, would j
I may be brought to a successful con- Those who thoroughly understand the It was pointed out that "coun Georgia, and moved to Florida mand a pension of over :K;
clusion in every circumstances will doubtless cooperate with ties operate under uniform general when a child, spending most of Attend District Meeting the amount paid our i
detail.O law., therefore If all counties her life near Lawtey. aged citizen? Our Senior :
'Wainwright
the census takers 100 percent. Each of us K. G. Duncan and N D. -
operated on the same standard She is survived by two daugh Jr., attended the second Judge .should not threat
Hitler's Chat With Mr. Wells as an individual is entirely too insignificentfor of efficiency, the per capita ters. Mrs. Eldridge Niblack, and district meeting of the American people with demands to

None Too Encouraging the government to waste its time pry- operating cost of the various Mrs. Mable Miller of Jacksonville I Legion held Sunday in Gaines- special pension. If this to?

First reports of what Hitler said to ing into our affairs for purely personal functions of county government, ; a son, J. T Reddish of ville In the Legion Home thel'e.They the people will repeal the.
after due allowances for differ- Lawtey and a sister, Miss Dora the local Jones- Special Pension Law- -and
Sumner Welles (peace emissary sent to reasons. These questions will not "be asked ence In population and o the I'' Clink, of Starke; several nieces Langf ord represented-White Post, Wallace needs repealing! Vote for

: Europe by President Roosevelt I ) have out of idle curiosity. It is the duty of every minor differences, should be approximately and nephews and five grand- Sturgis, of Ocala, w a'"s elected Knight for Circuit Judge
the same in all counties (Palo Political Adv
children. by
:: \. reached this country. If we accept them as person to answer them conscientiously and second district commander. Knight)

:. a fixed declaration of German policy, they honestly. "Comparison of the 1938 per New Man Hired
Income Tax Deadline
conducive to capita county government cost,
certainly do not seem peace, O
., not including' debt service, broken The City Bond Trustees at Y
Instead, they seem to make "war to the Technicality Again WorksTo I Today Is the last day for filing HERE* TO
down Into population groups and : their regular meeting In the City e
,:. death" inevitable. Defeat Aim of Worthwhile LawA separate function shows a wide Hall Tuesday night employed 1939 Income tax reports with the THEIR HEALTH
Collector of Internal Revenue In / I. M.HIAITMV__;
According to reports, the Fuehrer insisted Department of the Interior report variation. Robert C. Jackson In the capacityof
"Total county government operating light plant engineer at a sal- Jacksonville When a child complain-
upon Allied recognition of Germany'spolitical states that Mayor Robert S. Maestri of New
cost averaged $8.63 per ary of $50 per month He was Mitch In the side after \
domination of Czechoslovakia, and Orleans made a profit of a million dollars capita for 1938. Broken down selected by the Trustees, R. J. POLITICAL exercise, he Is rxperlem

German occupancy of Poland and Hungary. by permitting a company f which he into functions- find that the Davis, P. M. Barefoot, and K. H. ANNOUNCEMENTS very mild heart attark. T)

He also demanded that the Allies keep owned a half-interest, to sell more'than its average county government ex- Smith, from among more than 20 Rae state Senator Nature' warnings ugnta!
from the General and Union doing It.
penses paid applicants. To voters of Bradford
hands off Scandinavia and the Dalkans ; quota of petroleum while he was state com- Revenue Fund was $2.91 per Counties:: I take thin method candidate of an-tor PURE-RICH-MILK Is \t
mmnclnpr myself an a
that Germany's pre-war colonies (the bulk missioner of conservation in Louisiana, but capita; Fin e'- and Forfeitures Little Cotton In 1910 State: Senator for the Fifteenth nEST gift for sturdy, b
Senutoilal l)lntrl -t of "Florida con-
of which taken be be for violation of Fund expense averaged $1.26;; < Union bodies. Drink MOKK milkcures
were by England) returned he cannot prosecuted .t"t InK of Bradford and
General and District Road & Only about SO acres of Sea C'ountluK. and I earnestly Hollct then I growth und strength-
'. ; that Britain lead the way in dis- the Connally (hot oil) Act, according to Bridge Fund expenses averaged Island cotton will be planted in support votei-H. and Yours vote respectfully of all Democratic, your family the benefit

armament by doing away with such forti- Assistant U. S. Attorney General O. John $2.91; and expenses paid from all Bradford County this year, it was M. J. SAPP.: BEST. OUR pure, nutritio
other miscellaneous funds aver learned this week from attaches costs NO more Prompt 4]
fications as Gibraltar; and that Britain's"stranglehold"
Rogge.No aged $1.56."The of the County Agent's office. NOTICK
the world economic I be made it is said Notice .In hereby given to all daily
on prosecution can comparison shows that Last year 102 acres were plantedin whom It may concern that I have
structure be broken. It is significant that because the excess production was at the Bradford County's expenses paid the county. The boll weevil, filed my Final Accounting, and. PETERSON'SHEALTH
will on the 15th day of April 1940.apply
BUIWFPSupreme
Hitler said little about France ; for it is an order of Mayor Maestri in his capacity as from the General Revenue poor crops and low prices are lion. K, K. ferryman. County
amounted to '$2.33 per capita; blamed for the decreased acre Judge, for Final Dlxihamre as Administratrix Milk & Cream I'M
oft-repeated Nazi doctrine that Germanyhas conservation commissioner. The ConnallyAct Fine and Forfeiture Fund $.66; I age. M nOft
no quarrel with France, that the two can be invoked only when oil is pro General and District Road and .

countries as now constituted can live for- duced without regard to state proration Bridge Fund $01; and from mis-I
cellaneous funds $67. The aver
ever in peace, and that John Bull is the orders. Thus because he made the illegal age for all counties in the same I TRADE IN

troublemaker.Of authorization as state commissioner, Mayor population group were; General

course it is unthinkable that Eng- Maestri has a technicality that will enable Revenue Fund $2.34 per capita; %
Fine and Forfeiture Fund $1.47; 30 DISCOUNT
. land would make these tremendous conces- him to evade prosecution under the Act. General and District Road and

sions, unless she were facing certain defeat Sam H. Jones, Governor-elect, who Bridge Fund $2.28; and, miscellaneous -

t f' at arms. They are aimed at destroying the routed the Long machine in the recent run- funds $1.69. I

British Empire, leaving the Isles remote and off Democratic primary, has promised he Death Robs ON TIRES

helpless. would prosecute to recover the million dollars -

However, that does not mean that all as soon as he takes office but unless Electric Chair

hope for peace is forever gone. Hitler, Assistant Attorney General Rogge is able Chester White, already under Davis Safety-Grip or Deluxt

shrewd man that he is. undoubtedly demanded to discover a violation of other statutes it death sentence for slaying a fellow
prisoner at the State Prison
, a great deal more than he could is quite possible that Mayor Maestri will Farm near here several years ago, Buy BIn-I. tires now SAVK! you Dm-Is tire*' national reputation, and ((2))

hope to receive. A good bargainer often escape prosecution.The died In the prison hospital Sunday know j on're getting ItKALalue: when our definite guarantee of their service and

'. asks the impossible as a starting point, and conditions existing in Louisiana night as the result of a heart tlieM' low prices are backed up>> by ((1)) flatl8f l'tlon!
attack. He 38 old.
gradually makes concessions from there. politics during the last few years have beena Prison Superintendent was years L. F. SAFETY-GRIP DeLUXEAllroa

Great pressure will undoubtedly be broughton national scandal. Many prominent politician Chapman said White had been first quality. High-speed. rib AII.ro"d-t'pt. rente r-tractlon-n n l-rib

Hitler, as well as the Allies, in the near including Mayor Maestri's fellow suffering for several years froman read providing/ quicker stop in all tread provides remarkable degree< of nonskid -

\ future to consider ending the war. commissioners of conservation, William G. weakened asthmatic his heart.condition which,I MPuther, steadier steering at all speedy' safety, all-road traction and Inn*

Italy is extremely eager that hostilities Rankin are now in prison for violation of White fatally stabbed Omar extra long mileage. mileage.

atop. Her own neutrality daily grows more federal statutes. Latest to receive a sen- Wilson 61, during a fight in Wil;I Guaranteed 18 Months Guaranteed 15 Months
son's cell when the older prisoner!
difficult to maintain. The smaller neutrals, tence was George Caldwell, former super- resisted efforts of White to rob'
TinE L1..t Price
especially Belgium, Holland, Scandinavia, intendent of construction at Louisiana State him of $1.35.: II I safety-Grip SALE Setfcty-Grip Price List DeLuxe Price SALt DeLuxe: PriceSIZES

Rumania and Greece, will do everything in University. He pleaded guilty, on Febru- White was tried in Lake Butler I EASY
and sentenced to die. Several I .50.20 . . $8.65 $6.06*
their power to promote peace, and it is ary 12th, to some indictments ranging from
State
appeals to the Supreme 4.50.21 $10.25 *
believed that even Russia Hitler's avowed the diversion of WPA labor and material Court failed, but no death war. .75.19 10.45 $7.18 7.32* 9.22 9.40 6.45 6.58* PAYMENT

"friend," will sing a similiar tune. Russiais amounting to $90,000 to the evasion of rant ever was issued. 5.00.19 11.55 8.09* 9.40 6.58*

in no position to fight a major war, and more than $14,000 in income taxes.It White a life originally term for was murder sentencedto In 5.25.17 11.30 7.91* 11.52 8.06* As Low A

if matters go on as they are now, there is is hoped that sweeping victory of the Gainesville In June 1935. Wilsonwas 5.25.18 12.20 8.54* 10.98 7.69*

a strong possibility that the Allies will declare reform ticket, headed by Governor-elect serving a life sentence for 5.50.17 12.80 8.96* 11.52 8.06*

1\\; wa'r. against her in order to open a Jones means that the fraudulent practicesof murder in Putnam County whenhe 6.00-16 13.95 9.77* 12.55 8.79* $1.25
was killed.Townsend. 6.25-16 15.70 *
new flank and make fighting in the vulner- high officials under the Long regime are 10.99 15.25 10.68*
6.50-16 16.95 11.87* 15.25 10.68*
able Baltic possible.It at an end and that good government has Club Meeting Per Week

is significant that the German re- returned to Louisiana. Other Slzes-Slm11lar Savings Includes Trade-In of Your Old Tire
The Starke Townsend Club will
ception to Mr. Welles was cordial in the O meet at the courthouse Monday

extreme. Honors were given him that are Doctors report that more men faint night beginning at 7:30: o'clock. Wizard DeLuxe Prices Slashed On

usually reserved for the heads of States. during vaccination than women. That'/ surprising The three candidates for circuit BATTERIES
judge have been Invited to address BICYCLESSTREAM
The German 'government is apparently desirous We always had the idea that the the club at that time, and For Instant Vital Power and LINED WESTERN

I of improving German-American relJ' modern woman was just as frightened by all members of the club and the FLYERS NOW ONLY

ations, and it was intimated that Berlin the'sight of a needle as a man Iso I general public are urged to attend '' Longer Life $21.95

r. would welcome an American ambassador. I !, Backed By A Guarantee Genuine: Full Sized Double Bar

f J', O Since he did all he could for us on the Aid To Blind \ 51 Plate $5.75 lialoon Tires Double Spring Saddle

Census Questions Not DesignedOut tag situation wonder if Governor Cone and Coaster Break

of Idle Curiosity would consider extending the Easter dead- Aid, to the Blind grants were' And Your Old HaUt Y EASY PAYMENTS: $1.25
,
made to 11 in Bradford J
The row that some members of Congress line? That little whisp of straw and flowers persons the !
County during month of
are- stirring up concerning questions they put together and call a hat is just February for a total I of $138. Western Auto ,

I I ) to be asked in connection with the 1910 about as troublesome to most men as.a new Total disbursement for the state I Associate Store ni 'il'1Eg
does not deserve during the same month were >1
census even the attention license plate. $26,809. I V.

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