Bradford County telegraph
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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 22, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01124
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shed 1$77 .'- ; we should quietly hear both tides. Goethe E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner



;us Shows I Easter Hat-Bradford County Version I Valuable Citizen Berry YieldUnusually New Owner 46 QualifiedIn

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'ercent GainEasinesses ,_ .. ,t.M, '." I.,' .... clock a new property owner
Lost To CountyIn
;: :.., .6 11" J ,,'. :.,: ."",," i Heavy; come character to Starke.he An wear otld. .-lookIng IonIC'"hlte County RacesAs

f ... ".. ..\'" .' 4S Durden's Death Fruit Small)] hat red chinhlHUers and white, u tall striped top Deadline Nears

r. trousers. and a blue coat.
potation Survey k i t Ill.* name I Is Undo Sam.'
Came Conservation
Short Season Predicted
i 1 I Through his personal Opposition Seen
a Get, Under Way ti repte-
Officer Was Interested
Month i I -High Price IM'ntatht'"IIIIant IT nit i e d For PJadlcallyE'ery :
any I In Ills Work Will He NecessaryNo State Attorney n n m .> n (I. PositionUp

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iin of 56 percent in the f Archibald A. Durden Bradford matter how the 1940 straw { |lurid $3,800 for properly until noon yesterday 4ft, ,

cade in the number of "" '... '',. ., County's able and enthusiasticGame berry season In Bradford County uu'Hsurliiu 105 feet on"Inut candidates had qualified seekingthe
Les I in Bradford County t I Conservation Officer for turns out. it Is generally agreed, \\' Street by ISO feet on various county elective offices -

closet this week by Pate the past three years, died Satur- by those who are qualified to JerferMoii Street!' 8t the MouthritHt a survey of the books In

census enumerator. r day afternoon in a Jacksonville speak! that plants are right: now corner of their Intersection. the office of the Clerk of the Clr-'.

|930 figures showed a total' hospital of a severe abdominal fuller of bloom and fruit than cult Court A, J. Thomas showed.
I of business, while I; .- ailment. He was 68 years of age. they have ever been In the mem- Mr. Vrrkeit was In Ktiirke! The deadline for qualifying as a
places He will be keenly missed in of and delltrrcil! .
sua recently completed re-I ory growers here. government "0" candidate In the May primaries
substantial increase to a hunting and fishing circles because -; The phenomenon Is believed to noun to 1\11'1I. ,1. I* Fru/e Is midnight tomorrow (Saturday) ; (

of 187 Mr. Gassett: ; as conservation officer, be one result\ of the record-break ($1,200)) ; heirs of ..1.V.. Alvarez night, Originally t the deadline'' \
gh ... he made his occupation his hobby, ing January freeze which held entitle (tM.OflO!! ) and Curl( was set at midnight tonight, but "' I

,.:( \ .' and was instrumental in the for- buds back causing all bloom to 1\,. Ullrli ($600)). a recent ruling of the attorney
population census which is mation of a county sportsmen's come out at practically the same It I* understood that 1'nrle general extended the time until.,

separate from the re- club the passage of legislation time. Growers are all talking !Sain Intends to Improve his tomorrow. '
ompleted business census, prohibiting hunting on '
except the
about the property by 'on..tm.IIonor
unusually heavy production A perusal of the books showed:
Kin the first of April but certain days, In the enforcementof
.,. of young fruit, and plants n 970,000 pOHtofflce building opposition already qualified for
(ators for this county have the law making it Illegal to In the It in.
Ii" with thirty or forty small berrieson near ( hoped) county commissioners In evefYt
b discharge fire-arms on Sunday future.Donkey.
them are a common sight. district except one (Lawtey) and". '
Gassett expressed appre- L. In the creation of a hugh game Fruit will be
generally small this five (Brooker and New River). *,
for'' the 'cooperation shown preserve within our county in Reason, It Is said because of the Base Ball 'V, M. Edwards qualified from?*..

business men throughoutnty. i ... stopping the commercial shoot- large quantity maturing on the district two (North Starke), P.*
He accounts for the Ing of birds. In putting an end bush at the same time.A Next ThursdayDonkey I>. Reddish from district one and''

Jtlal Increase by the fact A week or so ago the outlook was pretty dark.. What with to the seining and trapping of comparatively short season J. L. Wynn. J. H. "Fields and 0. <

radford County Is bene- Easter coming earlier than usual and Bradford County straw- fish in our lakes and many other seems inevitable, probably not baseball described as (', Cason have qualified In district

from new Industries such berries maturing later than usual it began to look as If the lady worthwhile things pertaining to lasting more than two weeks at I' one of the funniest games ever three ( South Starke), In '

I pulp wood tung oil, Im- folks would have to wear last year's hat or else go bareheadedin the protection of game and wild the peak and it Is generally con conceived by the Ingenious mind district four (Graham Hampton ;hThereean

livestock and others. The the annual Easter parade. Either alternative was equally life. ceded that prices must remain of man I I" coming to Starke ) T. C, Chastaln and R. ;
and other home No In the i Thursday night, March 28, at 8
I. buildingan man county was on the "fancy" side If '' S. Wand have qualified and M.
| associations are enabl-: shocking. Inspired however, by Life magazine's recommendation more fitted to cope with the prob- growersare o'clock. The game will be
I to show a profit at the end O. Harrell has qualified in district
people to build thus fur-; of the fruit and straw motif in spring headgear, the Tele- lems of game law enforcement in of operations. I'( played on Bradford Park field five.

employment to hundreds." graph went right to work and evolved the creation shown above. Bradford than was Mr. Durden. and will be for the benefit of
liy this time last year Bradford ,, For school' Board J. S. ( Buddy)
ford's business enterprisesIvlded Materials: One quart cup one berry plant in full bloom, one Born on a farm near Hampton I ,\ growers had marketed 1-''! the high school athletic asHoclatton Norman had qualified In district I

roughly as follows: yard of ribbon. Cost: practically nil. The young lady who so December 20 1871 he 050.400 pints of fruit grossing one (Lawtey and North Starke)I.

lies and filling stationsned I I obligingly (and need we say effectively) models the hat Is Mrs educated, and lived his life with' approximately $67,800. I Since the donkey la the symbol S.! K.:: Sparks) had qualified In district -
or separate) 102; man- in the confl n e s of BraMorl1County's The Is of the Democratic Party and
Al Manassa an ex-Lawteyite who feel right at home beneath seuaon Just now beginning two (South Starke and The-

ring plants 16; service or' her crowning glory. Patent has not been applied for, BO any borders. His parents to get Into full swing at since this Is an election year rensa), and K. J. Lewis, O. C.
ents 34 cafes 9 were from Georgia, T. J. and Plant but special attention has been paid!
:. ; dry I other Bradford beauty is welcome to copy the style for Sunday. City, shippers there fear Kelly, and Frank T, Abernathyhad
(only) 10; home furnish-' Luvlna Durden. He went through I that hot weather will cut production to county candidates In selecting qualified in district three

hardware furniture build- the schools of the county and on before they have reached the i the "all-star" teams. It will be (New River, Graham Brooker.

Epplles, etc.) 16. I January 28, 1900, was married, output of previous years So far, the Young/ Bunlneim men vs. The I and Hampton) ti

Rance Andrews Chas. Pace Dies to Miss Guaale Geiger. couple j) they are running J6.000Ooo pints i Politicians. I The list showed two candidates

|rds To Undergo scant two months ago. the and more than 1 1-2 million dol- I Young business) men selected J. F. Ktckltter and James Hoillngsworth -

observed their 40th wedding anniversary -|I lars behind last year's figures. Include! : Harry Houston, K a p qualified for Supervisor -

Inspectionfirst Killed Last Week In WashingtonWas at their home here. Prices there lust week ranged Duncan "Candy" Dennis, Bill 'i of Registration.

Until 1934 the Durdens livedin from 10 to 12 1.2 cents a pint. Graham T. Frank Landrum 'T., I Qualified make the race for

loch_army inspect Hampton, where for 22 years K. McClane EUdrldge Smith, Sam I J r County Judge are K. K. Perry-
Ince the 'N"a fl o rfa 1 j Former Tfesfdent w ofiRIuch he was' In the""m'ercantlle$ business Rotarians Hear Alvarez George Manassa,' Ed man, Incumbent and Don L.

unit has been housed In 'its' Of Starke-No Clue Business ProperlY and where for 25 years he Torode, Sam Anderson, Chas Hoover} ",,while for sheriff only

armory here will be made I I On Call Street was deputy ,sheriff. In 1934 he Act Explained Darby, Dr. J, w;. Brownlee, Bill one A. O. Andreu the Incumbent
afternoon and tonight by To His MurdererA came to Starke and for two years ]Mun.lv.. and W. H, Hart I I had qualified up until yea-

1... Tharp of the regular Charles F. Pace a native of operated one of the city's1 most I R. n. Donaldson, manager o rl r Politician Invited to play are: terday,

| Infantry. coroner's Jury returned an Starke and the owner of five Call I( popular restaurants. After sellIng -, the Jacksonville field office of Dr. W. 1 K.: MIddlfton, Judge A. Z. I Both Curl A, Knight, present
Jacksonville Tuesday
building equipment ream open verdict in J. Street business buildings died out this business he operated j j the Social Security Hoard spoke I Adklns, Col. I II K. Knight, Lax Tux Collector, and N. D Wainwright

other details will bej in the death of Rance Wednesday In Washington, D. C., I J la service station for several"Wednesday' at the Rotary Club I Green, A J Thomas, N. D. Jr, were qualified as rundldates -
ted during the afternoon,)i Andrews, formerly of Starke and I after an illness of several months. i months until becoming Game Conservation ''on the subject of "old age and I I Wainwright, Jr. Judge to:. K.Periyman for that office; and the

he troop Inspection will be Lake Butler, who was murdered; For many years he hud been disbursing Officer for this section. I survivors Insurance." Klmo: Ktrutli" James present Clerk n f the Circuit t

[at 8 o'oclock tonight. The'Is '! Thursday night of last week by officer for the United lilt I Funeral services for Mr. Dur In the sixteen counties neived I I Holllngsworlh! S. K. Sparks, G. Court A. J. Thomas, was the

Invited to attend this I an unidentified assailant In the States Senate. Although h I s den were held Sunday afternoon by this office (including Brad.1 1 K:, McCauley, Charley Johns' J. only qunllfled or announced candidate

part of the routine. t I j.tutlflcation garage behind his apartment on exact age Is not known here, he >at three o'clock from the First ford) benefits are now being paidto [ K. Klckllter. W M Edwards L. for the pout.

of the Phelps Street in Jacksonville. Is said to have been in his 70's. j I| Baptist Church of Starke with around 200 retired workers. ,, 1_. Conner, P. D. neddl h, J. M. Three aspirants and the Incumbent -

Ids got under yesterday armory I After being engaged in the fill- He was never married. and his! the pastor the Rev. A. 10;, Light- 'Mr. Donaldson said. Benefits' Rosier, and M. K. Brown. were qualified for the office

[the setting out way of shrubbery Ing station and restaurant business bole survivor Is one sister, Miss 'foot, officiating' ,, The church was range from $10 to $85 per month.'I An added attraction will be'I of Superintendent of Public Instruction -

everal palm trees. here for several years Mr. Elizabeth Pace, with whom he .(! filled to overflowing with sorrow I Under terms of the Social Se-, the Donkey Derby which will be : W. K. Mlddlt>ton, K. R. '
moved to Jacksonville and the tributes of curity Act, small of run before the G. and 't
Andrews 'lived in Washington. Funeral arrangements ,ful friends a percent 'I l just game. Among Poppell. K. McCauley, A. ,
time of his death wasa the employe's Is deducted 1 the will W .
and at the had not been announced flowers were many. Interment salary jockeys be: J Grim Only one candidatehad
ee-Hour Service ; partner In a building materials''J yesterday, but It is con-I followed the service In Santa Fe each week and Is matched by an i Jon. B. Wilson, C H. N88worthy.1 qualified. for' Tax Assessor,

Good Friday company. sidered likely that he will be (I Cemetery which overlooks beau- equal amount put up by his em I L. A. Canova F. F. Stump, Nat ,I 10:. W.. Hayes the present holderof

I Police believe he was the victim buried In Washington beside his tiful Hampton Lake a fitting ployer. This!!! l Is remitted to the Sternberg, J. M. Alvarez A. L. this office.

[ service commemorating the'. of an attempted holdup and brother the late Father Edward/I resting place for one who loved Government where I 11 accumu-' Alvarez J. W. Andrews O. George II. Inman was the only

hours that the Savior hung;'I! report that a revolver, with three Pace, Catholic priest. I I line lakes and streams of his I lates until the worker reaches the'I White W. B. Sewell, and C. W'j qualified candidate for Represcntatlvw ,

I the cross will be held in St.!/ discharged ohella in the chamber I The name Pace Is a familiarone (native county so well. Active age of 65, after which time he Knight. to the State Legislature '

\\'a Episcopal Church today was found on the ground, about /In land records of this comI -I pall bearers were A. J. Thomas begins to draw a regular pension I j All players must ride donkeys, from! Bradford County.

Friday) from 12 a. m. until|I!!, a foot from the body. Andrewswas munity, the father of the deceased -|I"::. K. Perryman A. O. Andieu, J. I based on the amount he has i but they may manage to get Fifteen men and women have
m. Meditations, addresses lying by the side of the auto- I Pace been Alvarez. A Z. Adklns, and II. earned In previous years I their feet on the /ground; once! qualified for Democratic Committeemen 1
George having Funer-l Mr. Donaldson stressed the fact; In a while. Needless to there and Committeewomen and
mobile and the keys of the car Jacobs' The Key-McCabe say
Jture reading hymns ; of the settlers of, I
early '
will comprise the { were In the door as If he had one eral home of Jacksonville had j that a worker Is supposed to : ate occasionally other parts of four (two men two wom..i. ) have <
jr program.e where he
been In the act of locking It when I Starke was a partner charge of ainmgements. j I have only one social security the players' anatomies. on the qualified as Republican Committeemen d
public attend| ''In Richard & Pace of theI r
is Invited to j one I
the chest. his wife, Mr. Durden 'number and that he keeps this ,i giound.) It Is when they arebutting a n d Committeewomen
lor 'shot in Besides
all of the services, and it, I first business establishments In I, I I number in of ,| that the rent from J.
two children, Mrs.Harry Hume spite changes men get a the county. Only two, Q.
Vrmlssable Mrs. Katherine A. Andrews, his did much toward IH survived by I
to and de- this They
come city.
I of address lie from However, Rosier from district
of Starke and or employment > riding. as soon ono ( Lawtey)
|at any time during the three-I wife, (well-known here as the developing the community, and Durden Houston of OeLand and bya I urged that all employes familiarize |has the batter hits the hall he 1 and J. V, Kdwards: from district 'tlfa
period.e formeroperator of Kitty's lunchroom Mr. Pace built the large residence' H. A. ; '
A. C Burden of themselves with the law so' must get aboard a donkey to: five ( Biooker), have qualified as
following local ministers ) told officers that she now occupied by A. W. Redgrave.The brother Mrs. Donnie I that they would know when they i' tide to first base I candidates for the Board of
( take heard her husband say twice: ,, Tampa; tires ; I
part: the Rev. Frank Pace business property extends ) were entitled to draw benefitH.t I County Bond Trustees i
Mrs. Annie '
.son. The Rev. A. El Light-!i! "Don't do that! Get away from from Carpenter's drug store Chesscr of Miami '' I
the Rev. Chas. Allen the here!" Later she said\ l, a shot was throughward8'\ market ,' Fennell! of Jacksonville, and Mrs'l''Lulu !t I Closed Season In Effect I i I
Fred and Rev. fired and then two or three other Geiger of flewlston; First Electric Stovei I Building Occupied'
Yerkes the
Charles Pace left Starke while
i The _closed season on black bass
ft K. Pendleton. shots in quick nuccesnlon. i still a young man and went to; three grandchildren. II | II. Alexander Tuesday installed |'' In Florida waters went Into effect j The old Bank of Starko building f f
1 I his death Mr. Durden I
I,,I j. Funeral services were held last work in1/ Jacksonville bank and Before |' In his home on Church I last Friday and will last on Call Street, now owned by I,
sby Cemetery Friday in Lake Butler with burialIn slater, moved to Washington to was 111 for several month, but I Street the first electric cooking through May 10. Local fishermen -, C. }t. Nnaworthy, and recently
hilt i
confined to
the Dekle Cemetery. j jI accept a responsible position in t was only range; under the new t w o-cent can spend their spare timer I remodeled and redecorated. Is being I.
>king Fine i In addition to his willow, Mr. government service. Upon, the' three weeks. before death. The rate In Htarke The Installationwas I now thinking lip bigger and better *'' used by the owner as the : p'

I I'Andrews Is survived by one son'recommendation of the late Sen-I last ten days were spent in a made by E. A. Kinkier local stories to tell when things' ,show and display room for a pop
rosby Lake Cemetery now, 'ator Duncan U. Fletcher, he was Jacksonville hospital. He was electrical contractor. get under way uKaln. I ular line -refrigerators. I jm'
nts Andrews of Lacrossee; a (rI of the Starke
a picture that Is a vast Mabry in 1913! made financial clerk to vice-president wa
ovement over the former brother, W. H. Andrews Lake United States Senate, and!: Townsend Club and a member of
e of shabbiness and neglect.( 1 1I I Ithe I ) the Baptist Church.) Scouts Go To Work On Their New Headquarters!!
I I I Butler; and three sisters, Mrs. R. ,, has served In that capacity ever ,
efforts of man plus the ef-' B. Roberts. Worthington Springs; 1 1I I II : since. He came to be regarded

i of nature have combined toe I Mrs. W. M. Graham. Lake Butler; ,,'as an expert on financial matters Speaks Here Today Working like 1l7 1..

> this "resting place" a real)I and Mrs. Wash Roberts, Jackson beaver (although l
of beauty. ', U S. Senator C. O
ville. I He had been In failing health: AndrewlI'l nome of '"
J returned
>th the new fence completed recently
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since the death of a sister some ti e '
from Washington them are Bats, xMw.t.
KY was turned this!!! week to-I state :
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1 cleaning up rubbish fallen\I!. New Encyclopedia I time ago. __ ,I open his active campaign for re' Pantherrnd t

and limbs, and unsightly I i Mrs. H. H. Young, librarian,(I An AP dispatch! late yesterday election. will o'clock be In Starke this afternoon shortly other popular r '
rgrowth' As If wishing to I,: announced yesterday that Doubleday -, stated that Mr. before patrol names), '
afternoon ,
their i ( Friday) The senator will speak '
part, yellow jasmine j 1940 en.|
Co.'s new
Doran his death by Pace I
s have literally taken the. In the' came to briefly and will spend about two Troop 70 Boy 'j I
cyclopedia is being placed Potomac '. d:
e and the Is I himself In the hours meeting new and oldi I Scouts are pictured ,
cemetery area I public library here for the general It continued : "Witnesses said here as n 1
a sea of color, and will pre-1 of the public. It will'' walk and friends. I j ; en
use Pace was seen to up they began work ,* Lt ''t2 ,
an inspiring! sight to those with It ten-year lIervlce'j j the river railing, taker I Sr; t
I carry down along ; last week on ,1
visit there on Easter Sun- research and new volume the Spring Officially \ 4e"
both In off his. coat and slide over their patrol huts n+fi4 a
The New Century Dictionary will tried vainly to r, "
Firemen .s
bank. weather appropriately and headquRl'tel'l1 t
With the
ntributlons toward the work j a
i also be available for use. I i resuscitate him. "' f4rt74,
i I' acknowledged this week 1 i warm spring officially arrivedV"edn..sday on property -
"11 Mrs. G. C. Livingston of "In December 1932 he created \ afternoon at 1:21: o'- :, ad join) n g the r .,> F '
Teachers To Orlando the senate press! American Legion 4 y +
In of the )
excitement clock. The turn" season ; "
pa ($5)), and Mrs. F. +
; ($1). Hi, of B. II. S. gallery when, flourishing a re- described on the calendar as the I Home. From left '; 3 rar tf4 a ;fir r t
Ninety percent volvE'r.) he burst Into It In search "vernal equinox" In the time to right: Bobby ,d' 1 R' ., ,; .+
I attend the annual '
teachers will likely who had written a the Hlgg, Mack s
01' a reporter when the sun Is directly over ?
e Ulrth ThisVeek\ i, convention to be held In ,magazine! article critical of- et'n- I equator In Its movement from to' ute, Jack r "
% 4.c j'
In spiteof
I Orlando next ate expenses south to north. With the arrivalof flatHarold/ I i t

''ily one birth wan recorded inj! a previous decision the school | "He had been In 111 health for spring, It is hoped that the Crews Elbert (" "w I ,a aI
for day
closed one ,
past week. A born here will be ,
eon was about a and had not been country is bidding farewell to one Karl Thornton i
fl'. and Mrs. Robert Prescott Friday in order that teachers 1 at work for year two month" | of the coldest winters on record. i Scoutmaster Frank Robinson, Leonard Smith, George Powell and Chester McKinney, ,
tarke Monday, March 18. | may attend. I '

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:1_ The Dizzy Tempo Of Modern Everyday Life VANDERBILT BOOTSEY'S BEACH

) By Ml_ Velma Norman : By MfeM Eftt Crawford |i i ANNOUNCEMENT
; ,. BrinEs Much Unhappiness, Writer Says I II POUTICAL

Horace Rosier and: children of James Rosier and son Robert., .

r The euroids! of hurry the urge; conscious effort. Taking 0 n e's .' Arredonda were visiting )fr. and went business visitors to Jacksonville -, Par Clmlt JmtfrX For !*ch ol Board-Diet. 3 to be held. .

to *>e oi&eplace els*, In short, thean.t'ral business problems into one's playor { Mr*. H. L. Norman and family. Saturday. nioonc my candidacy for.4, I hereby announce myself a candidate served the M*" 't|

leunire hours ia a. habit that r.- tilt Judge if the Eighth. Judlcla.1Circuit L for re-election from School. County for '
.. tempo of the times are j Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of Mr., and Mrs Drew Reddish of. 'pt. ,
: i.f Florida, in Uroup one, Board District No. subject to the and hare held '"
.' .:; i largely responsible for the world must be abandoned before the Jacksonville spent the weekendI Water Oak were vUIUng Mrs.I cud >'

I of today. according benefits of enjoyment may be | with Mrs. Johns parents. Mr. Mary Reddish of this! section Satjurday. -. : electors In the 119 primary. May 7. 1940. If elected I promise most tn everyth l :H
.* D. E. KNIOHT.F to continue a fair conscientious and I always to givi k;
to Benjamin DeCas erea. writer felt and Mrs. Ellery Sapp. j equitable administration of this office possible and ,

j plulOBopber Many people" feel i Inversely taking; pivy boon(. Mrs. J W. Knight and little Mr. and M.*. Phillip Sullivan L .r Clrralt Judge to the best. of my ability. with this elect, ', I ij
one thing ro0
: c that the unhappinesa is due to) into business cuts down business] daughter. Sandra. of Jacksonville -I and family and Sue Sullivan all n.llpecUully.Eo J. LEWIS provement and of rh "U

.J. the time Mr DeCa-re* feels I efficiency robs people of the i were. visit Ing Mr. and Mrs.. of Jacksonville spent the weekend -, advantages for % .*',

: that the time are due to the uahapptoes -;I solid enjoyment t 0 be clerlvedI I : F M. Norman Sunday afternoon. I her with :Mrs. Jean Gas' F.r C-ou-.tr re-amluleaer -Diet. 3 I am vice your at all serv&n. time, chi'3

r *. I from a, good job well done. Peo- Mr. and Mrs Allen Howard kins. I hereby announce myself a candidate ((2ryur vote ac,, :! .""H I
I.. pie are apt to exclaim over old for County Commissioner am your 1"
'Tbe trouble with people la' and children of Gainesville were Mrs. E. W. Rosier and family District number three, and earnestly! '..''.tt
In workS of art and comment that Mr. and Mrs. Jim Man-I solicit your vote and support promising : ,
playground visiting
have no :
: that they / have been of Jacksonville were visiting Mr.. If .elected to discharge the
I such i ,
objects only pro i
their souls. They are emotionally tnlng and famdy: Sunday. and Mrs. James Rosier Sunday. "; duties of said office In a fair Far i'.e.s>lr
jduoe! >d by some one who loved his''i! 1 ... NrbiH.i 'i
"r: mealies*. wrta-l sB and often nearly I : Mr. and Mrs. F. }d. Norman L a economical and business-like man I hereby annou .. I
... work; concert goers tell each 1 Mrs.. Effle Crews and D. B.Browning .. ; ner. Thanking; you for your assis for the office .>f 'Ill
exJ B, write Mr DeCasvere* 'of this l section attended the funeral 'In,:
; ; t lance, I am. Public Inntructlo,
1 other earnestly that only a violin of Raiford pent the ,
: la the Cosmopolitan) magazine of Mrs. Sidney Jackson of Yours respectfully, County If elect,."
; 1st who lived for his. art could I[ week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. LEE honeM. faithful. Mli i N,
: "The first thing the art of en- I Jacksonville at the Dysl Cemc-
.:: ( produce such unexcelled virtue Joe Holmes. administration uf "7" N
teaches* ia slow mo on. .1 I afternoon. I of!
joyroetit tery earnestly noil .' i
,: ty. Vet they gu on in their Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jacksonville Per Ceejs.trre.tm8."lo.er-I>l.'. 9 I support. Respect iOu r'
The faster you travel the leas yon I I wish to announce that I a full!,
:! Levy Norman and daughter am
.will see. Tbe less we .ee the:daily lives fretting that each ac I Gloria I spent the week-end herewith candidate for the office of Count U v 101?
lion is delaying the process of; were visiting Mr. and ) her parents Mr.' and Mrs Commissioner from District Five. I I -
: arcaJler: the intake In our emotional -' the action. j Mrs. J. ),{. Rosier and family of; earnestly solicit the support of the 6 F..
.. : life. Enjoyment consist. 0pp1ng. :taking: up next I L. M. MurrheeMrs. voters. I r School Mosrd_rL
last Sunday. hereby announ
:. not In gulping. Nowaday The tragedy of most people.' j J. L. Gosktns of Water M. O. HARRELL. for member of /$rh V:eo',"

;'. of continues Mr DeCasseres. "I 1'| Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and Oak dinner of I..r District No. 1. Lawte, ,
bite off chunks: pleasore was the guest Mr. .
*. we .. .H
;; sons of Heilbronn Springs at- ( ...y ( .iamissio.CF-DI.t. S I the will of the v .te.,
instead of nibbling." that they are 'bored. aJway. and Mrs. Darby Gasklns Sunday.. I wish. to announce my candidacy mary election of Mav "J
;' II t hnewness tended church services at Water. for re-election as County Commissioner I will work for J'
!f Unconsciously people have aJtoired seeking something beyond G. C. Fountain I and son, 'h *
from District &. Brooker and of all sctiools .
oak Inh. 7
themselves! to be caught In of the passing moment Sunday morning. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Robert New River. I feel that my past vote and supp 'II., ,",

-, an ever-1ncrea.mg.ln..peed. kaleidoscope -, There is no other moment but th< Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowden of r Burbon and baby all of Tampa experience makes me more capableof predated. i iRespecn

.. To get off the merry- passing moment. there never wll Jacksonville are spending a few spent the week-end here with Mr.. and handling if re-elected: the office I promise than to before give,i J. S. Broii ,

). .J go-round that Is whirling the be any other." days with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. Robert Crawford., Mrs.H i you the best service that I can possibly ,
Manning of Vanderbilt. render. Thanking you all
Barbon and Charles will remain,
for your past and future support, For Befcoeil Bosrd-j

1 : Some of the young folks from I 'here during strawberry season. To the Voter of the Eighth Judicial Yours respectfully for I hereby annt.unc, .., ,,
Want Preserve BOATDRAIN Water-oak church attended the Circuit: l.m a candidate torClr..ult T. D. DIAL member re-election a, 8b,
Spencer Dicks of Lake from Blair
City Judge of the Eighth Judicial (In,
I : Named For Durden By )In. Z. Z. GriStle I Corinth B. Y. P. U. Social at the and Miss Geneva Goodge of Lake 1 Circuit to aucceed Judge A. Z.Adkln. For Mebeol Board ot In May the Democratic 7. My PI n",,

: home of Mr. and ... 1 shall appreciate )OUtVote I only I promi
Mrs. T. N. hereby
C. A. Griffis of this section Norman Butler were visitors In this section announce my candidacy I will continue to 'olk
an t
and for
4. 'c : I last support. for nomination as a member of the 6 Interest of ALl.
resolution requesting t b Thursday night. HENRY the 'rho.,
A Joe Griffis of Clay County. were Sunday afternoon. : L. GRAY School Board from District Two, county. )'

_ '- State Commission of Game and business visitors ia Gainesville Mrs. Frank Norman. Jr., and I Miss Virgie Gasklns attended I Gainesville. FlorIdaF. subject to the will, of the Democratic i, '' I H
Ir voters the Primary
Fresh Water Fish to name: the last Monday.Mr. little daughter Barbara Jean of r the Junior-Senior Banquet held In I May 7. If elected. I will diligently _

I new game preserve betweenStarke L and Mrs. Ralph Galney Vanderbilt' were visitors to Jacksonville the Woman's Club in Starke Fri TO THE Clrralt VOTERS Judge OF THE i County work schools.for Your better vote and Bradford aup-I To the For Democratlr State fcesn.,t,

___i and New River for the and children were visiting in the last Friday. day night and spent the night EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: port appreciated. Union and Bradford 'out!;

late A. A. Durden. who at the Bethel section Sunday. Odas Manning of the U. S.. with MISs Evelyn Godwin of the I for I' reappointment am a candidate as for Judge nomination of the Respectfully.8. E. SPARKS of I hereby State Senator announce,for u,

time of his death last week was Mrs. Mattle Green and son. Edward Navy la spending a few days with I State Farm. She was ace 0 m-. Klrhth Judicial Circuit. If I am .. 01 Si..'., n.e ubJtroprlm.rl ..

( conservation officer for this area and Miss Margaret Morrell]I his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. panled home by Miss Godwin save nominated the tax and reappointed$27.600.Of I will For Seheol llooril_Dl.'. 3 age I shall assistance work for:for an InrrnJ:;

wa* adopted thia week by the were visiting Mrs. John FrevattSundav. Manning. who spent the week-end with her. I will appreciate payers your vote and I Crom If elected. School Board member crippled and for irpham th> t :

Bradford County Flah and Game support. District Three I will dis cooperate with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craw- A. Z. ADKIX9. charge my duty to the very. best of guard your interest p
Club. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of SAMPSON CITYBy ford and daughter. Esther. were fro my ability for the not unmerited being; swayed to and Your vote and support u
The resolution reads .LS follows benefit of highly appreciated.
______, Whereas. In the deata of A. A Florshome were visiting Mrs Ella Fay DyaJMr. visiting In Jacksonville Saturday.. Fey Clerk of he Clrmlt (....r. any fur person. but will stand strictly Sincerely your

Tyre's parents. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Craw-. To the 1'.opl..f. Bradford County:; administration.an economical business-like 1'RKW It :
Durden. we have lost a frier and Mrs. Sincerely truntlns: that I may be 6 I will strive to -
Curtis Varnes make
John Prevail Sunday.Mr. ford and family and Felt Prlvltt. Bradford County outstanding
and leader and the communlt) permitted to continue to nerve you u In ; V_r ".... ..
Miss Mary Graves. Howard work and will en.t..
and Mrs. Len Harris o all of Woodlawn spent Sundayhere as your Clerk of the Circuit Court predate ap- To voters of
I bas lost an optimistic and your support. Bradford
pro I i:
Brown and Mann announce my candidacy for thisoffice
Green Cove Springs were visiting. Goodge attended with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. aubject to the next Democra O. C. KELLY. Counties: I take this ntlh'nounclng ,
slbshe gentleman whose thought
the fair In Palatka Friday night. tic myself ar m>
Crawford. I
Primary. appreciate the klndne0M
his sister Mrs. Mattie Griffis and State
j and efforts were unselfishly devoted Senator foi 9,. '
Mrs. Sarah Jones left Sunday I and confidence shown me by For School Board-Dint. X Senatorial
I to the welfare of others. Mrs. Edna Jones. Friday night. for J. C. Pringle of Greenwood was all of our people. and In return I I I wish to announce that I will I, Misting of District '>f Flo;,
a visit In with Bradford
Hollywood her: a visitor to this section have rendered and for no Ions as u be a candidate for the office of an
B. It Resolved that as an ex t Mlaa Mary Lee Johnson 0 daughter Mrs. EVA Durkee.Mr. o Sunday I hold office will continue to, School Board Member from District I Counties and 1 ...arn..th.lIupport !' ..

prrsAion' of the high esteem In Hampton was the week-end gues" afternoon.R. render every service," and courtesy Three, comprising Hampton, CJra I I, and Yours vote of ill l Et.voters. .
I and Mrs. W. H. Smith In my power. Your assistance will I hum Brooker and New River. If respc Hull)
I ) of Miss N.
which our recently departed Juanita I Priest. made Crawford attended churchat ba appreciated. I elected I will perform duties M .
a business trip to Jacksonville my !
r friend .Is held. and In memory of j]I Mr. and Mrs. Elite Sulllvar Union Saturday. A. J. THOMAS. in a business-like' manner and give I

J his willing and untiring work tut land Monday.Mr. Ray Howard of this section my time and energy to the upI Per State ".lInln
Mr. and Mrs. Leo GriffL! building I
of am
I our schools, always announcing l< ft I,,
Conservation Officer the Bradford -I I were the dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and spent the week-end in Jackson-. F.r Cammlr Tax Collector I ing economy where economy should us ator for Bradford anil '"1.1,

County Fish and Game Club I)! and Mrs. Luther Griffis Sunday. son .Bobby were visiting Mrs.Sapp' ville visiting relatives. I to I aucceed hereby myself announce a. my Tax candidacy Collectornf for he used.your Thanking support I you am.In slncerelv advance Primaries.ties subject to M t.. (D

requests that the State CommU-,' Mrs. K. L. Griffis was visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Davis of Raiford spent Bradford County, subject to the FRANK T. ABERNATHY., I favor: aid to farm in '.

.Jon, of Game' and Fresh Water Jake Sapp. Sunday afternoon. Sunday here with his uncle and. democratic primary to be held May I. naval stores and IKestocl"
i her sister Mrs. Matilda Lee of I 7th., 1940. I have tried tries: cheaper
J to render I ... auto HR'.
_: Fish name the Game refuge situate Starke Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Wynn were I aunt Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns.EVERGREEN you faithful. honest and efficient I wish County to Cosmmi.siopr..DIsf. 2 money for aired, blind aid: ,

: ______ between Starke and New' visiting their daughter and son- service as your Tax Collector. Ieurneatly l candidate for announce member that I am a orphans; good chool.- ini
River j Joe Griffis Jr.. and Harve) j in-law, Mr. and Mrs. solicit your support and '' of County Commissioners of the Board living wages for lalitrr, '
the "A. A. Durden Gamej Clinton If elected again I hall continue'I' from Dis drivers and teachers.
u trict
Refuge." The President and Secretary Galney of Jacksonville were visitIng Daughtery, at Blue Pond Sun- Mrs. F. A. Rosier I' 10 render. you the same. service as u Two voters subject of Bradford to will of Democratic Your vote will be appro
Albert Griffis By I have In the County.
over the week past. If Sincerely,
of this Club directed elected. I will strive
are to render
end. day.Mr. I C. A. KNIGHT., a fair and ERNEST; KM
to forward a copy of this resolution and Mrs. R. L. C. Thomasof Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders and I my ability,Impartial I offer service.my record As as to p A* --%--

to the State Conservation Theodore Donnely of Baldwir Wildwood and Kenneth Thomasof children of Jacksonville were I TO councilman of the City of Htarke.V. I 1"-.t..r..I.h.'

ii_ Commission and to furnish a and Mutt Hornsby of Jacksonville Starke were dinner guests of visiting B. E. and J. S. Rosier ; tilt TMK*T' 6 VOTKII: OF BK4UFORU I \ 1>1. (MITCH J kDWAKDS'j I dacy I wish for to Representatlxt announr, m

copy thereof to Bradford County were visiting C. A. Griffis p Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones Mon- Sunday. I HEKEHY announce my can.I Fur Ceiialjr State Legislature' friar. I
didacy for .
Tax C'omstlssloikerDlst.
Collector of Brad ) 3
,, Telegraph. Sunday. day night. Mrs. Phillip Sullivan and children ., ford County. I have never held At the request of a few of my I guard County.the If Interest elected of, the I pn

Chan. A. Darby president. Miss Margaret Morrell I Is of Jacksonville and Miss Vlr- .any office of within the gift of thepeople candidate friends I for again offer myself as al I I of thin l county and will' opi ti
this County
H. V. Knight secretary. spending the week In JacksonvllUas Moot Very Moot. gie Gasklns were visiting their elected twill County(five you before.efficient If,, from District Two pledging Commissioner you!I am bill against that tends the to No.I Incream;Fence

_ that I
the guest of Miss Thelma! Pie Mother does all our food sister Mrs. Russell Redding. Sunday thin rivurteoiif office.and faithful service In that I will can give you the best service percent. I will Introduce I

Veterans Safe Till June come from Heaven" possibly render. Thank- provide adequate penalont
I vatt. morning.Mr. Sincerely, Ing you for past and future support -
needy of this .
Little Miss Hazel! GrlffU wai "Yea, love." and Mrs. Ellery Redding :or. D. WAINWRIGHT: JR. 1 am. "red tape."state I ...III.IIP and I Inate I"

Word bas been received from "And does Santa Reap..cttully.L. hill that facors
Claus bring spent Saturay afternoon with I a pri\nt
visiting little Miss Sharon Greet U
For CONNER.For tion
Washington' that the Veteran's all C'OHMly Tax A"nei.Mov or Interest over trii
our presents Mrs. H. F. .
Redding.Mrs. I -
hereby people. I
afternoon. th
Sunday announce my candidacy what I r'
Camp at Gold Head Branch State "He does, dear." Maggie Forsythe returned, for re-election to the office of ('c.ty (.OIU..I..on..r-OI. 3 this county. want and I *

Park will be Is pi In operation at "And the stork bring all the home Sunday after spending the' Assessor of Taxes. I hereby announce myself a candidate Ifceni to the best of *m >
With for the
my experience County good of the
and the Commissioner county ant
Vast until June 30. It bad previously \Ve will pay 5-ceats per pound babies?" past two weeks in Jacksonville. unit In the way of tax reduction re-I from District Three (South Starke) I' the .advancement of mynl

been scheduled for abandonment for boiled cotton rags meeting oar "Certainly darling." B. C. John' and son. Warren.. during my preaent administration the subject to action of the voters In cally or financially. Your
feel no hesitancy! Democratic support will be
asking for Primary of May sincerely
after March 31 In a gen- approval No buttons or old "Then what's the good of of Jacksonville were visiting here. the continued support of the voter. 1940. I am In favor of better roads ated.

rat retrenchment program. pant Bradford County Tele daddy-Montreal Star. last weekend.S. If re-elected. I promise four more I for our county, and If elected will RALPH ALi
j. Vnfl. at court.u... ..fl.l. _.Vt1..Inl.. ... work for the good of our county -- -
----- -- ,
H. Thompson of Lawtey service. at all times.
Fo. ft.pr.s..f.ti,,
spent the week-end with his son Thanking you most sincerely for J. L. WYNN.For .. I wish, to announce 'hi',
'C3: jr3jfoooo facts That Concem your Vutf. and support I am -- be candidate for
You and daughter-in-law Mr. and Yours re-elw
No. 16 of a Serf*. respectfully County Comaalssluver Olst. your Representative In '10Le.I..laturll
t I 11
with her E. W. IlA YES..
son, Eugene Forsythe Believing that my record as your subject tn t lilt
and daughters. Mrs. Roy Saund- County Commissioner for my first ocratle Primary In May.
Per CoUBtr Tax A..e..... term entitles me to a second term, I.m asking: the people "
ers and Mrs. Joe I I
Copeland.Mrs. take pleasure In hereby announce ford county to
announcing my myself as a Can continue J.
J. S. Rosier was visitingher candidacy for the office of Tax. didate for re-election as County;::1 i ridence In me by re-elertini.
Assessor of Bradford County. sub CoinmlsBioner for District your Representative My..
I, Number
sister Mrs. B. Wilkinson in ,
I ject to the Democratic Primary,, One. Your support will be ap. Ience of active' service In .ibiof
Lawtey Tuesday. May 7. 1 honorably solicit the vote preciated. Representatives first ar

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Glisnon and elected and support of the people, and It P. D. REDDISH. clerk" and a" a membefqualifies .
I promise a fair. Impartial, me to render for
son of the State Farm were visitIng and economical a d m I nlatratlon. For Cvusjty greater and more complete

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Sincerely yours At the request"o..I..lo..r-OI.of t I am 100 percent for
many of
LUCIAN O. HAZE.V. friends my range.
I hereby ),
Thursday night. announce my I
can will
dldacy continue to
for County Commissioner. ; spOIW'
( Miss Louise Rosier was avl..ltor Fur Sheriff Bradford Coanly district number one of cultural Legislation for till
To the voters of Bradford ject to the will of Lawtey. sub' fits of the farmer.
to County: t the
Mlddleburg Thursday r Democratic I will .
hereby announce myself a ca.didate -. voters of the district I continue my fight ti
that Interest
.. afternoon. for re-election to the office of my pant experience well rates of finaiu- '0
I Sheriff and If nominated. and re- me to perform the duties qualifies I I will continue to >l Ic :
\oricr.: (ii' ,rl".U'\T'O' 11)11 elocted. I promise to continue my office satisfactorily. of this I decrease of ta,...
'1'1)1':1): : efforts to give H clean progressive, for past and future you I am for I Increased .>..nil'Ihe '
I support I
<"ennle III" No.NOTK'K tlln honest, Impartial and fearless ad- Respectfully am children.aged widows and dfl
: IS' HKIIKPY IIIVK.VThru : mlniMtiatlon and enforcement of the J. M.
Al )K. Uiluer( & S R. Cnhoonholder law 1 earnestly solicit your will sponsor and work 'I
sup- I I
port. : Passage of 1 lesrlslatlon to fmedlclneit
of Tax Ortlfli'iile, :No. 1i9R. For Comity :: :
Issued' the 5th ,tiny of temler| A. A. O. ANDREI/. i hereby tmImmissIog..pi... .., to the Stall BJ
r>. 1:12.! : hats. filed .Bam lit mv olflce for the office announce my candidacy Health for the use of the 'P.
find has made .apnttcnti, for a of County Commis needy.
Fur sinner
tax deed In tie limuril thereon. SiijtcprttIeats I with to announce Sfcerlff : prising District I the Number Four com I I am. for Letter r.. il. '
candidacy voting county.I
vmhrareM th" following for sheriff precincts of
,dHrrlh. propi. rtv In th* County of jPct to the of Democratic Uradford County mib- Oraham If elected, Hampton and Theressa. am for the $5,00 'u !II b'

Itrnrtford State ot Ploritl.i, to-wlt: he held May 7. 1940. If primary to faithful 1 promise an honest, will support the >
N'd' ..'f NWi,. & Wh of N\V E:* wilt discharge, elected. I and economical admini teachers.
4 the duties stration
2 A In XW\; 'or & 2 A In !04rnr tire to the best of the of. The of said office. I feel that I am w. j/
: Kti: of NWI, ex II I'B A In SK 1' and ability and I of my knowledge Demorriittc vote and support of All with the wishes. and di !II"
C'V 947 ft of the S %1001rt of the vote and earnestly solicit ...nll 'll..d. voters are earnestly people of Bradford count I.
:>It:'i of "SW'4 & SWl',', nf & W... A voters of Hradforil. support of all the < un"elfshly| protect v ur '
:9 A In SW&. fit S\VI.' M nf r.nk. A r..p '(fully. Oimniw- nn., Vi.- "u-._ T. C. CHASTAIN.: unon the floor- nf .h. Hoi*
W Ilti ft ..f SK'4 ..f' HW',, $.;c. U: .1 assure -YO-, t I will i..
Tp. 8 8 It. 22 t:.. containing 240 M. L. JOHNS.For : Fur ('"..,y (" | to the dictates of a few ""
'\"-""". murtt or t....... --:- I .mn.I".lo.-nl.. 4 I Interests who attempf' '0 ,
ifAmerica's Th.. a.Mi>NHment of the laid property Mwpmlaor of ReaTl"tra4l hereby for! announce myself a candidate poll ? and profiteer at hi'\
"THANKS FOR A LOVELY EVENING. under the flcl! certificate IsHiipd I am a candidate for the office Commissioner re-election as County of the taxpayer.
of from
WHM In the name of H. J. Supervisor nf Registration of four District number If you as a voter ,.01, t fexperience
Stewart. Hradford County Florida subject to cinct comprising the voting pre, will I I be >f U
TnleM ad! certificate shall l>. the Democratic Primary, and re- Theressa.of If Oraham Hampton and I Bradford County In a Copcapacity
j redeemed. according to law spectfully solicit your re-elected I promise your vote and to'
the vote and to do '
: A new kind of beer retailing is bringing property. deorrtbed. therein will !>. support. ability my duty to the best. of my support will be greatly appf
JAMBS Thanking '
Hold to the hIghest bidder at the F. HOLLINO-SWORTH.. future you for past and GEORGE H
court hoiine door on the first Mon support. 1 amRespectfully.

.. wholesome recreation to millions of Americans! day In the month of April. I94H, For $CpCVCls.5 RenUtratlvii HI'S SCHEIELE: :
: which. In the lut day of April 1940. I wish to announce H. S. WAPDI.V.Fnr Northbound
:' fated thin tit h., day of March for the office of my candidacy -
r 194f H..latr.tlon of Supervisor of Const? School 9. Leaves Starke at 2.20
Bradford perlateaile.
new kind of beer retailer wants action to eliminate any abuses in beer ri OPFiriAT...rK of Circuit IoIt AI.Court) '\.1.of Uraclforrt Thomas the subject Democratic to the' will of the voters County In for I the hereby office announce of Superintendent my candidacy t.' 12:30: p. m.. 1:45: p. m '

County. Florida. Primary of May 1 Public of U!.. and 10:10
:3-, 1940. : m.
41 :3-29 I feel Instruction p.
to sell good beer of course but he is also retailing that may occur. carrying that I am capable of County subject to of Bradford
out the the SouthboundLeaves
IN TICK CIIUTIT duties of this of will of the,
keenly aware of his social responsibility to We have instituted VO.lt MR.IIIPOIIl(4)tflT.> C O V 1AMI N T Y pie fice to and the promise best of to serve the p.o. election on electors May 7. 1910.In the primary Starke at 2:40: I
a new plan now KI.OHIIMiv my ability. If elected
Your to
'I the community. He mates sure that his j in t riiANfKiir vote and support will be sincerely the this Important office I pledge to, 10:20: a. m., 2:23( p. m ..c:'
effect in people
_____. : a few states and being extended NO-TICK appreciated. of this county a safe
place is clean and : TO I>.:t'I'l'ST:: sane and Sound P. .
inviting-and scrupulously Henry H Th.nis. J. F. Klckllter. the duties administration oI l n.C
as rapidly as possible to involved. Tour West bound
i Plaintiff.Marie vote and
free of influences active
of any your right to drink good beer in decent .".. Fur ('ouuuty Jixlav preciated.support will be greatly ap- Leaves Starke at :533'\: !'

kind. surroundings tell A.Ilefemlmit Thomas. I Bradford I am a citizen of Starke and DR. W.. E. ),UDnr.1"'I'n.. .... ,I and 11:30: a. m.
May we you about it. County and have -
; : IV: Tilt I to qualified .i,I
dAMIhI" reek the Eastbound
t: The Brewing Industry wants all of in an interesting free booklet? Write: t'U'IlI"tIlHt: :TIS"Tilt, HTATK OF"I of Bradford office County of, and County If elect.d Judge I After For Cnunty %9aperlnteaile Leaves Starke at 5:20: P

beer's retailers to be of this TO Marie. A. Thomas. whose ri'sId.n.s hy the sood people of mnvl-tg back home,
United my
type. Brewers Industrial Foundation, I. unknown t will serve them to the county! many friends throughout the my Ticket office and bus! tv
L' not want any other kind. And we are taking 19 East 40th Street, New York, N.Y. to "ni 01'In'penr to: HKItKriV the lilll.: of IlKyL'IRKD ouuiI.itst( "my ahlllty. DON: L. of r l hay persuaded of me Public to run Instruction for county Superintendent Conway's Service Seat .m '

ffletl herein AKnlnst. you on or be.; HOOVER i for Brndford County. I hereby an. Highways 13 and 48.

fore Monday the >th day nf April I.'... of nominee my candidacy for the office
County Jndxe .superintendent
\OR ,.,.. IT I IX .IollI'ht years a.n the struction. for of Public In SINCE 1883
KI'ltTIIKK good l
I : Bradford
OIU'I'ltl'l't : people
: 1\ t hat ot County,
BEER. a beverage moderation I .. order he published. In the Brad b" Ih..lfor.t ('ounty elected m. to ject to the primaries In sub- Linimeo""
.. 11 .t '...nI* Telegrnph. 'ollnly Ju"or. And for' seven I promise. It .elected May 1940. Ballard's Snow :
a fair
1-i9 ( ptiMlihed, In said. f'cuintv IL newspnper of- years. 1 hve served. them In an .t. economical IInd businesslike honest, been an inexpensive aid l> r,

ItrMdford.ritrtwentlv in week",'* ..ei< h wevk for four. ..n.1 r..l..nt At the and same satisfactory. time operated manner vote( and. I earnestly solicit/ admlnMtratlon. your- lug the discomforts of 'M*
the support.
<:: .. W,'rs Nil,. hand office at an extremely low cost Congestion that accomP'j
my E.
official' to R. and
the tax POPPELL.
seal this 2nd payers Therefore Strains Bruises
dy of Mar.-h without
-- ::::------ l.40lOKKIfl ", A. II. hesitation I hereby
announce for | .'.. Soreness from ovef-
'iUI\o\.oI re-election Cuperiste.d.a
P.!. "I;:"r.) A.I Thomas. ask fir aa County Judge and le.. Pnklle I or undue In
trKell. exposure.
Clerk rnur
- nr.-ult ( ..url, 1-1 at 3-2 J;:. K. Ph'UIlYMAN: "up County and vote.Judge ) date t hereby for announce aa a candi I 60c txtrtleeCARPENTER'S

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radford County High School Journ3l r :t.

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_In-Chid STAFF_______ Jean DavliFerol Touch Football! Glee Club Makes Snoop 'N Peep Junior-Senior Banque Meet Our Seniors Elementary Echoes '

d.ln-Cbl.r....____ I.__H_ Oa.le Harper Sewell and Now In Full SwingAt Brief Study Of Ho Hum! I'm still sleepy. The Friday Night JOHN CREWSOn i I Elementary Chapel "

ana Patrol*.Jones Frank Robln.oi Bradford HighIn Musical InstrumentsMembers banquet and dance all In one Was Lovely OccasionEleventh September 26 1918. a tiny; Song "God Bless America" .

._. .. Francine Flahei night! Gracious! Time sure wi baby boy was born to Mr. and Pledge of Allegiance.

-lub ..._.._..._Elisabeth- Betelle Plumme Auatli: order to see what material of Rand and tell on anyone Whew! All the Graders Take Mrs. G. E. Crews.' Then the Lord's Prayer.
KuhV ? Clara Mae Harle;, Is present on the campus of a Others Play IndividuallyFor pretty girls, dresses flowers and< Twelfth "Through-The. question arose: "What shall wi Piano Solo-"The Singing i I

I1"1__ Margaret pearc< school, that school has what 1111 Clasnea handsome escorts."J. Looklnjf-Ghuw" name him?" "I think John Foe) Mouse" Maurice Edwards. "

UTOCTAfc rownae-nd.REPORTERS Loui. Stern Alta called intra-mural sports. Thli B." that dress was a Ureare would suit him" said the grand Rf'ading-"Wlthout Manners.

Jack Halle. Arch Thomas, helps to develop the body physic Last Monday morning music I 'Wonder If that certain boy ear Last Friday night by 7 p, m, father. And so. It la that by that Leroy Raulerson.
U M. G IneeMammy classes continued In their effort Starke'a Woman's Club was fill Song--"In a Little Dutch Garden
ally and also mentally It cre ) you. Congratulations. Ruth you name he la known In B. H S.
to learn the difference betweer ed with 123 beautiful girlshandsome ," Patsy Dew and 3 Fourth
Sez ates a stronger Interest In the corsage was all the stuff! John was ,atlll very young whet
school as well as In the different wood-winds, wind brass, and percussion Carl Edwin and Jean can i boys from every crack and his family moved to Miami. Then Grades
corner of this county. But no Piano Duet--"The Wooden Shoe ': '
how tones made
are ,
sports. These sports are carriedon make the cutest speeches-ditt lived until John was seven
sleepy-beads I
te up you whether or not a certain Instrument less striking and perfect were the Dance" Elizabeth Cox nnd Mr.. lii':
cblUun am stil during the entire school year L. M and Emmett years cld. Moving then la Grove
now you decorations which the eleventh
be used for solo work
after dat glorious banquet The different sports are tennistouchfootball may Jo Ella Is It true you and grade displayed for their 12V land, Florida and later to the Play"A New Job"Charac
which are the basic and most important -
diamond or softball Muriel Lee were about to wall State Farm where he still lives.
has Mammy ever -
Never and the Paul Canova;
and ao on. grade guests, originality,; : ters: Mr Smith.
erybody look so scrurnp basket-ball, and track. Each home? Everyone has car troubles, and cleverness with which t h
good! And de food! Of class may have a team or the Following are names of those so forget It. Was Resale a gift whole thing was carried out. Oc days were spent In Lake Butler Wilson, Hdwlrx Williams; Tom
t Den de Coach or Principal choose who played classification of their from heaven when he happene d and four years in Bradford.
PUB! yum! I yum may 01 casttn: Bradford High School'yearly Harris. Billy Smith: Harry Watson
afterwards. pick certain boys to captain a instruments, what they playedetc. along to help you ? junior-senior banquet t, He Is found of all sports and] Claude Johns.

team and have a round robin .- Congratulations to the girls "Ii: beautiful girls. His dislike are: Song.
ch-a-swell-elegant evening I given by the juniors to the seniors Songs--Hawaiian Boating
dy had such a good time tournament This creates friend Emmett P err y m a n-played Blue." Ditto, boys! You serve the details of which are kep girls wearing too much makeupand Old Black Joe Home on the

sure were cute dresses de ship and sportsmanship between trombone: "Ah! So Pure. from I. like "old hands"! a deep dark secret until t h >e those who talk too much. Range.

vho served wore. Blue andcheckand the various groups of boys and the Opera "Martha. Emmett't How's this? So Estelle M.. eleventh hour. -

girls. "slip-horn" is a "braas," can bused Doris H., Odell H., and Jeanett CLEONK EDMUNDSON NO..It.t1Notl.
to mate!
ribbons From maids tenth to all
( grade girl I.! hereby given
hair. At the present B. H. S Is having for solo but sounds better P. celebrated all the week-end! who served with tenth g r a d i e Cleone Edmundaon wall born whom It limy rnnrttrn tint 1 have
in could LaCrosse h a v i e Klnul Accounting, unit
group Marie, filled my
sho' looked like a touchfootball tournament ) to the whole seem February 26. 1021 In BradfordCounty << 1940.
kids boys menus 16th day of April
de will on the
Jack Halle "Marie by t a 1 l n
teams. These teams -played I vanished? I believe ace r CountyJudge
among are at Sampson HDII. I 10 K.
time at made to the apply
ere having a good Irving Berlin. Jack has been take brunette from Brooker is fallingIs was represent very; for I'.rrhm..n.: a. Ad*
led who show .
ce--and I wouldn't be sur by boys or possess I I same Wonderland .in which the She hap always attended B. H. mlnTntrMtrlx: tallhl estate of Hydny -
ing clarinet for a year, does very it true TSchool's
the necessary quality for leader famous Alice S. and I she wants to teach school II !>odrl. dei-euHrd.
spent so
i many mys
ship. Some boys have that fine work; his horn !is of the almost out. Alas, Lillian May I>o<1.t. Adm'JC..
may '
In the future.
rgaret had de bestus sur certain quality but do not to "reed" instruments can be used alack 'Not as glad as I though daya.Through S-15 4t 4-6/
[baturday nlte! De Univ. of'. try for aolo. This one Is the mod : I'd be. the Looking Glasi Cleone Is the type of girl everyone '
it. This ANII
develop gives a 1% THK 4'lte l lie'OI'NT IV
ae home chance to exercise It, This also ern Boehm type, now used by almost -Peeper, came: Principal and Mrs. WII liken Being I pleasant,, .'011 ntitiiFUHu c o t! is r t.
de matter with Free- all musicians llama; Mr. Jack Williams; Mr friendly, studious, understandingand KI.OHIUt. 1 l
Lee? I'm aeklntaho' goes for the girls. 'I Frank Robinson-played bass Fisher; Miss Thede (the school considerate of others, she Is IN ('IIANCI HY I f
land Ida
The touch football tournamenthas WPA SymphonyTo who Is looked' K. C. Taylor l'htlntiff.Carrie '
horn: demonstrated on parts of secretary 1)) ; moat of Bradford the sort of person i

been underway for two the "Marine March." Frank's Play At B. H. S. High's .UAichers\ all of whom were I up to by other girls and boys "Hplvry. Taylor Defendant. i
Is a cute book Dorii weeks and the following teams; III the Name of the Slat of Flor-
with her.
Invited the eleventh-grade host who associate .
'round for horn wouldn't sound good on solo ] Idn, OreetinglTo :
Is passing have played: work, but Is important as a band fiO-Plece Orchestra To Give and hostesses; and the 64 twelftl! Cleone Is a member of a fine : Carrie Splvey Taylor who.
write in. Atlanta,
dy to Jones, 6; Thomas, 0; McMillan, foundation. Basses are of the Free Concert For Students grade guests. I large family-has four sisters. and IpnrKla lad known. YOU renldeni Aim 1110lt wan :ltV RE-

Milo scratching his heat 6; Harper, 0; Edwards, 6; Hayes, "brasses." Monday, March 25 The seniors were thrilled with ; two brothers. UUIItHU to appear to the 1)111 of '

ky. like he was kind wor- 26; Ingram, 0; McKinney, 6; Fay Yarbrough-played "Swing everything-.marveled at t h i. This senior Is quiet, courteous, Complaint:. or before filed Monday herein ialnnt Nth. day youon of !y 1 I Ie. fl

1 What's de matter? Johns, 1; Rhodes, 0; Nettles, 0; Low Sweet Chariot" on her cello The WPA Florida Symphony; I originality of this year's banquet and very friendly to her classmates April. ..0U.. lit4O, or Ih.rr..e Pro I
conducted F. Pierce< will be entered ,10.'
Orchestra by CunfeHHo
nder if Hazel still prefers) Wasdln 1; Godwin 12; Sapp 8. classified as a stringed instrument the beauty of the junior's Wonderland She named no specific

'olor green? (Only If !l's After the end of the regular and belonging only to orchestra Drohan, will play two educational of mlrrors-and-flowera. "likes." but says she enjoys being youIT IS KIIIITHKU OHDEHKn: that
the Bradford H 1 1 h In the
concerts In g thin notion l>* published
Green). tournament there will be a con. work. (The violin, viola, cundles-and-entertalnment gay- different. And she Is different Bradford County Telegraph' a new- -
School March 25, Principal t
ck Halle really knows his solidation tournament and the winner cello and double bass make up a o n announced The lety-and-enjoyment. Of all the from lazy people, wrong paper. published In llrailfortl County I
Williams has each week fur four connecu
& 'bout dat Clarinet of his of each will play to deter full-fledged orchestra's strings.) will play two 4 -mln- colorful occasions that have beer things--for she In a clean-living' once live weekn. '
gonna be a "big shot" some mine the winner over all. The Grace Dew-played "Traumerl" held this year, none has been mon wholesome likable person. Witness my hand. und official
ute concerts beginning at 10 and seal this the ash day of March A. .
game Is held at 12:30: p, m., each by Shumann on the baby of the 11 A. M. No admission will b< lovely, more worthy of praise Cleone says that of all thing D 1(40OFFICIAL !
I "string" family-the violin. Vio- and none has been the scene of { $.l Air A, .1. Thoina. I,
anxious to she dislikes most there is none
still gel ,
rybody day.When charged the students for these Clerk of Circuit Court S-S 4t a-3 f ,
[Annuals. 'Can't blame 'em'!! touch football I Is over B. lins make good music, are well educational concerts. more oo-ah's than was last Fri more distasteful to her than having :

ear dat Margaret. "J. B. H. S. will either have basketballor suited to solo work. A unit of the WPA Florida day's school affair. her feelings hurt by some inconsiderate WHY suffer from Colds) f r ',;

die shot did have a good diamond ball.Society Mary Alice Yarbrough-played Music Project the orchestra ii Boys girls and teachers seemed somebody.
Brahms' "Sweet and Low" on an' "happy-aa-Larka" eager to en : f
[ last week-end! composed of 50 musicians of long She likes and thinks "God Bless For gadckrelbt
age-old type instrument the flute I joy the banquet, program and America" Is a beautiful from 666 I'' i.'
Is considered the
next social event coming At B. H. S. experience, and I
which was making beautiful tones one another's company. cold symptom t; "
"Kid Day"-and on die day i finest symphonic organization of 'IUquld
before the trumpet ever saw I The program went thus: Toast
enters am naturally gonna 'Mind if a little of your time Is long Its kind In the South. One of the Engraved sympathy acknowledgement take 606
The flute Is fine for to seniors-Ralph Nettles Junior Nese
daylight. -
Bradford Tablets
*. Inexpensive. -
up for all lost time. taken to discover what a few of first major orchestras to be:
Class Song-Juniors, Response-
the girls wore at the JuniorSenior solo.L. formed under Federal auspices, County Telegraph. Props
all next week.
you M. Gaines-played "I'll See Ralph Rhodes, Senior Clans Song

Yours truly Banquet? You In My Dreams." and "Sweet It is renowned all over Florida Seniors, Tap Dance-Patsy !::<."...................... ... ....... ...._...... t

,Mammy, Juanita Barefoot was lovely in Sue" on his trumpet classified as for the quality of Its programs. Roberta Song.--Juanita Barefoot,,, .I.

a strapless blue net embroideredin a "brass" The leading Instrument Copies of the concert programand Vocal Duet.Kstelle and Alt>n THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS i ;
I notes have
silver. Margaret Pearce and of a band is, by far. the program Austin Clarinet Numbers- -JackHalle
jfecl U. S. Senator Sadie Prince were charming In I trumpet and it's all right for by the Music Project to Impromptu Talks. will come to your home every day through

gleaming white satin. Grace I solo Bradford High, so that the students The history-making menu: Tomato THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR I it'

l"VIX Green was sweet in blue taffeta, Each student after playing may better familiarize I juice cocktail, braised ham, An Inltrnmtlonml Daily KfifipmpfrIt t

with a quilted jacket Marian explained briefly how tones are them elveR with the compositions dressing potato salad, carrots. r..m. for you the world'i alan aanitnietlYe doing Th Monitor
Helen Dowling dresses and composers represented, and doss not ...IoIS trim or otlaat, neither doe It ignore 'h...., I
and wore I
It does. iced tea. .
& made, why it takes what should add greatly cranberry sauce dessert, but Assn! eorr.&lv.', wlm Shim ... ure. for bay mtn and all l| th*
3S alike of blue taffeta Loral Ben, Reason for trying to learn n this procedure Among the high spots of interest Umlly, Including th* Wmkly MtgMln e* Uon.Th
their understanding and appreciation :__.__._ _...
to .
V nett wore white net Gayle Sew-I, little of the how why, and such were the impromptu talks, -- --
HpbWF LI'-' In white of the music. A feature Chrl.llin KrUnr .
ell dainty' embroidered !
was the
''of these Instruments (from of these educational concerts Inflicted suddenly and, unexpectedly On*, Norn** atrl, Baton, MaeuohuaIttaPS.u. :
organdy Elizabeth I standpoint of the listener not the upon unsuspecting; students, enter my lubierlptlon ,. Th Christian SalMio* Monitor for
Plummer wore red and white the Is the description given of Williams. a rlod ef
r. '; performer), is that, first, instruments Included' and upon Principal r p..r Off 00 a month K 00 I month. M 00 I month It DOaturiuj
checked taffeta Clara Mae Harley WPA Florida Symphony Orchestra the various Some of the victims: Emmett ..".. Including ......In. Suction: I rear 11 0. t IMUIII fee

wore green taffeta. Betty I I I : is coming to the school auditorium In Drohan the orchestra.gives these C descriptions o n due tor I Perryman Carl 1 Edwards, JeanDnvLs Mitm __..._____._._._--______..__...._.________.__.._.
LES 0 ANDREWS Green wore pink 1 lace. Willa I I! March 25, and it would be, Edwin Shepherd L. M.

Vida Klllingsworth was demurein I I EL good idea to know a violin and the to musicians demonstrate play the"sample"notes tone, Gaines, Billy Dowling. Addr'.J;w 1-l-Rft---------

d political advertisement) black taffeta I From' a piano, a bass viol from a The banquet was not by a long-

kettle drum. Second it adds to values of their Instruments. shot, lacking In humor. But when &

I general education, Among the local sponsors of the leg of Principal William's 1 1I 1f
who contributed the
the concerts,
chair broke suddenly the students -
funds to defray the or-
I necessary though they laughed, were I
Primary JinglesI chestra's traveling expenses, are horrified. .1'

Mrs. Perryman president of the

I PrimarytM mbly P.-T. A.; Mrs. K. G. Duncan
r Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. president of the Woman's Club; Madam Boolu

1' / Prevatt'a third grade presented Mr. Robert Clark president of

; a play "Old, King Cole" which the Rotary Club; Mr. E L. Williams i Dear Madam Hoolu.:

1 was enjoyed very much. The principal of Bradford High, I em In between a rock and a

play was announced by Jimmie and the School Board.F. I nard) place! And here Is my ex-

I McRae, who led the audience In Pierce Drohun CUBe; : I can't stand to think of

: reciting the well-known nursery: Mr F. Pierce Drohan Aasiitt- school ending! Imagine that. Just ..

IWk C, rhyme. ant Conductor of the WPA Flor.I''I Imagine that,

Characters: da Symphony Orchestra I'm a senior, and have never j ,

a t1a Old King Cole. Spencer Crews; videly known at a musician con- gone; to any other school but thisn

M I Queen, Elaine Kennedy; Servant, iuctor. and composer and haa my life. And all of a sudden

I Guy Anderson;; Court Je a t e r, been conducting concerts In Jacksonville I[ realize I MUST leave It--I can't + I

Charles Lawson; Three Fiddlers, and throughout the entire &;et out of It! That's what gripes 4

Kenneth Grider, Van Priest and State of Florida. I ne. I think Ml disguise myself p

I Leslie GriffU; Lame Boy, John Program to be at 10 A. M : a is a Bradford first-grader and

Garner. Overture-"Russian and Lud- ome back next year. Of course 1'I '

nilla." Glinka. I might appear a little tall or I

FIRST ORAUK NEWS IntermezzoI"Jewels\ of the omething but I'll Just tell them

I We are sorry that Arthur Wolf-Ferrari. I'm a second Robert Wadlow and
Sue Biggs and Madonna,
Wlnkler. Dotty Entrance of the Little Fauns. hat'll fix that I
1 Kenneth Green are still sick. But I must do something. Have

I Marcus Brown gave us a pleas Merne. Dance. White you the answer?
I ant surprise Friday. He showed Please do.

nocchlo.us his moving Marcus picture took a piece of Pin-of Program Finlandia.for Sibelius.11 A. M.: I Ralph "Speed Merchant"Rhodes. Francis Wbilebair

RIDE WITH { wrapping paper and drew his illla Ovt'rture"ItusBlan," Cllnka. and Lud- Dear' "Speed Merchant" : /ut r

own film Sibelius I have it! Eureka! All you
Valse -
I We bave enjoyed making ourI Entrance of the Little Fauns.Plerne. have to do Is flunk--now don't -. ot Here ie the kind of nun you've often Mid

Easter Border. dare be exempt, or you'll be t' ..; would be the ideal undulate, for governor t;

I I I We like to think of Easter asa Dance, White. doomed to graduate. tit tl pta, ? a man who hu risen from poverty to j ,
Mosquito ,
; time to be happy. Christ was How's that? Doesn't .the Great ... .f) -tI' ti tiKu
i Easter. God was so The Bat, J. Strauxa. ? ,.... .. .0 ucce** by the hardest ort of work who )
i happy on Boolu always solve them rr \O become leader in his
an outstanding pro
nroufee NORTH by BUS well pleased that he sent us beautiful Confectlonalty, (:? \\ R
flowers and green buds. We The most interesting rock Is the Madam Boolu. 1i .ft d feenon who admired i for his

i Spring _ute North thla yn ba *. comfort ud .aaa. of a florid I are hoping that our parent. will flint. e't, ( ytt/ p. to ;$'4t6'flbltl' loyalty, integrity and ability al''

tar Lin. Zephyr bus. Tr r.I ac.nlc highways through tb* heart of I make a special effort to take us Mrs. Ritch, teacher., Glamour Girl of K. II. S. r .;J-I"; a man of the people who know jlb
HUtorio choice ol ptctu.IP route. .. U to a 41tl0 need. who becau
South taking you I to church on Easter Sunday. ; your yet ,
to get back homo. make r_" ttoo now oa on ol th* now.ona local. Mrs. Roberts teacher. We have many pretty spring She'd.have Margaret's figure; ..OsP tt S4:, of I hi* success end high .,nee of
ifl swab referred no 'I- d4 i
Jr-ctmditloned Limited bus**-- flowers in our room. Grace D.'s hair ( '
op*. at.wud a.tvlc.. free pillow hour* avd-at sawn! extra tut. back to school: after Carl Carter Is very proud of Marian's eyes; ; ol/ttl4Spillpta 4i honor, will be above the tempta-
Ruth came or's
i i Loral's eyelashes; E I e a n '*
t $1.Ton and enjoy trip more by bus. should be ipPi tlon of elf-intemt in office.
exceeding aee your being sick a long time. his new bicycle and he mouth; Elizabeth's teeth; Wllla (t .o"'O N /
WAY missed two days this for it la very nice. da. tlrc. Francis WhJtehair know. the problem.
OSTS LESS THAN ANY OTHER Curtis Vlda's hands; Clara Mae II.'s .
week This !ia the first time he Richard Cooper la sick-we miss tiny feet; Helen's profile; Jacque- I of th poor man brows he wa depr.' 'i i iv

VOKSONYIIJJBTIANTA: ____ 1 .80 CHARLESTON. S.C. -_ f 3.80 has ever miaaed. line's ooomph; Patsy's walk; Italy poor Unaided, h. worked his way

______ 8.30 CHARLOTTE ..._. _...._ 5.75 We are getting ready for him.We are all looking forward to Juanlta's voice; Jean's pep; Mar- through Ugh echool and oUcge. lie know., t

NCINNATI ______ 10.70 RICHMOND .__---- 8.35 Easter, for we are going to have '\
Easter gie's smiles; and she'd have to -. J t' the problem of the farmer becau* he fa a: #
WASHINGTON ___ 9.60 I hunt Friday after- .:: I : i
'DIANAPOLIS ______ 12.20 Madge Mlddlton teacher an Easter egg dance like Dot G.-Boys, whatta ; citru grow and farmer.'. lie know the p j
noAoo __._____ 14.60 riTILADKLPIIIA ._ 11.-10 noo. JoaA! election ,.. toy youtop '
at !
KTROIT .__________ ".13 NEW YORK __________ 12.83KOC1CESTKK I SECOND OUADK: NEWSJo Kitty Hogned teacher.I gal! ( ,.lIaupnd( e/m ibVtaxpayer 1 1esA.
UPON .._______ 1SJS3 __ 15.70 Ann Plnklna came to school I Teacher: "Jimmie are you eat- ] l run far............... HOW brumes man. K*know th problem. of /

.l'YEI.\ND.! O. .. __ ".1'. BALTIMORE 10.10 today. We are glad to have her THIRD GRADE NEWS ?" .--.y ywr.sp., bccau.he'utu-peyu. A young fi
I with us again. She brought a Betty Ann Flynn brought her ing candy or chewing gum .J>ot1. Plwu ole for Mss. man. .a along able mall yt a elrapl*,'

COW.-\: Y'S SERVICE STATION picture of the Foreign boys and little friend. "Ring" the canary, Jimmie: "Neither. I'm"soaking f"riendlypproacliabi human b Iog. t r

Lucy Couway, Agent girls that were In town this weekat to school: Tuesday.We I a prune to eat at recess.-Old Line. tX
church. have enjoyed caring for ra

la the our Baptist scleace claaa we have him thla week. He sans and gave I I1H1UIMHirn't'11i1:1' ; [' :

been studying rocks and aoila. many calls. We are ao happy to Wedding Invitation at specialty.

a collected four different have bad him with us. I Printed engraved or esnbOMed. O.
We kind! of soils and many roclu. Mrs. Biggs teacher.) Bradford Coonty Tefegrvpfa. | .Mt' rOUTICAL AOVf.TIIIMIMT...Ale rot If tallM_O...riAKOIg a WNITISAIt.


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Methodist Intermediates You know the Doc startedoff W. C. T. U. Meeting TodayThe Mr. and Mrs. L E !

I SOCIETY and CLUBS Enjoy Various ActivitiesThe tractive using young a portrait lady wearing of an spectacles at-- Woman's Christian Tem Sunday for Waiervllie"htOPt 11

__ where they will
u -----, and some our our more Union of Starke will I stay with
--- --- ---- -- perance
--- Intermediate Departmentof
--- --- atlves
literal-minded readers were Mr Miner
Mrs. P.> L. Bridges Sr. !Mrs.\ Pearl Simpson the First Methodist Church go- meet this afternoon (Friday) at tbil-
U. ,
Baptist W. M. ing up expecting' lo find a dame the Mayo Clinic at
Presents>> W. S. C. S. ProgramMrs. held a Saint Patrick's Day party: the home of Mrs J. T. Quigley Rod ',]..
Met Monday Afternoon Honored At Shower Dr. And still, some They arrived here In Dece/
I In the Church School rooms of: would have believe beginning at three o'clock. All
people you
The Baptist W. M. U. met in Mrs. P. L. Bridges, Sr., who, Pearl Simpson presentedthe the Methodist Church last Friday I they don't read the ads Ho! members are urged to be presentand to spend the winter but us

i regular session Monday afternoon prior to her marriage recentlywas I program at the regular meet- evening. I Unnerstand the editor is get- all Christian ladles will be Miner became ill with leak,
the of the Women's Society of Decorations, games and refreshments -: welcomed into the Union. A very and has spent most of the
at 3:00: o'clock at the Church for Miss Llllle McRae, was Ing tin' a trifle miffed cause people t
i carried out the Saint Pat- noted at the since then In a Palatka
after- attendance
Christian Service Monday good was
the business and program meet- honored guest at a miscellaneous keep writin' in sayln" that they bOBpI
Ing. shower Tuesday night when mem- noon at 3:00: o'clock in the Meth- rick's Day theme. read Carolyn Callstreet first, ofussin meeting with Mrs. Quigley last Ii He was only slightly hnpl'Qv
Those : Shirley the time they left
Star enter odist Church. present !Friday. Starke
bers of the Eastern '
of la late
Mrs. A. M. Darby, president Colley, Garnlta Hut t o, Comer because the paper
the society, I led the devotional tained at the Woman's Club "Isabella Thoburn-Creator of Perryman, Nina Bishop, Freddie and they have to wait so long "

service, using as her topic "Ques building. Ideals" the topic chosen for the Wimberly Elsie Green, Virginia, for the gossip He wants 'em USE "FECIITEL'S FAMOUS CHICKS" U. S. APPROVE,

tioning God" which was In the Quantities of dogwood and yel- afternoon, was ably discussed by Sewell, Patsy Keen, Barbara, to like me. but says they never PULLORUM TESTED STOCK-At recent statewide Chit
between Mal- low were artistically arranged Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. E. L. watt
of Jasmine about having to
form a dialogue Keen Buddy Davis, Steve Wel- complain Show they won four 1st prizes. on R. I. Reds, Barred RocifJ
and the in backets and placed to Williams. the
achl. a prophet, peopleof for his editorials or really
don Mack Futch, Arline Dew, alno four 2nd and seven
his day advantage in the spacious audit. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, who had "significant" news-whatever thaIs White Rocks, Orpingtons- an*
Ida Lulu Davis Davis,
Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader of orium. A yellow and white color charge of the meditation period, Joe Andrews Leonard S m it h, Latest scolding was from 4th prizes on Leghorns Minorca, etc. Postpaid, 100 Pf'l't'ebl

Circle No.1, had charge of the note was carried out In detail.' gave interesting points of the Billy Smith, Esther Simpson, and Lena Belle Morriss, up In Decatur arrival' guaranteed.

*, program and presented 'Stead4 During'" the evening Chinese article "Living Creatively" as Lyle Anderson. Ga., who writes: "My, 5,000 SEXED LARGE WHITE LEGIIORN COCKKRuj:
> checkers and bridge were enjoyedby found In the "World Outlook." didn't arrive til ,
Homeland. Mra. TuesdayDon't : '
In the paper
: Those assisting Mrs. Robinsonwere WEEKLY, 93. 100. R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks, White KotOrpington
per ,
kl Powell was assisted by Mrs. H. the guests. I These Ideas, coupled with Mrs. Mrs. E. K Perryman, Mrs. you think that's a long timeto &
,\''A. Lawaon and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Following the games Mrs. Shepherd's original thoughts, and A. Keen Mrs. R. L. Davis, and make me wait for the Carolyn: *, etc., unsexed $6.95; 95 percent pullets $7.50; cock.

During the business meeting It Vonda Inman made a clever talk! two appropriate poems, concludedthe the Rev. Frank Robinson. Callstreet news?" These alright ereln $6.50A" Large; White Leghorn pullets 915.90; Holly.

\ ,;was reported that an Easter box Inviting Mrs. Bridges to "go program. The Intermediate Department, Lena Belle. I appreciate wood $19.90; N. II. Red R. O. P. stock $12; pullets 114;

.? of clothing was sent to the orphan fishing." The fish pond placed in] During the business meeting Patsy Keen president, and Mrs. your protest, even If the: cockerels: $10; "AAA"* Buff Minorca, Anconaw, Black Ml.norcas .

>. sponsored by the society. one corner of the room, held which was presided over by the Frank Robinson counselor, is car- editor doesn't '. He's jus' jealous unsexed $8.95! ; Heavy Assorted $5.95. Order Early

flit i! ; was also announced that refreshments many lovely shower gifts.A president Mrs. W E. Middleton, rying its activities forward in Avoid Disappointment Write card for price list with FREE

will be provided for tempting dessert course was Mrs. A. Wood, a delegate to the an excellent manner. Weekly Personal nomination for the magazine offer. Visit us when in Jacksonville. -you are away,I
served at a late hour by Miss district meeting of the women's meetings are held each Sunday heaviest-blooming azalea bush In welcome atSOUTHERN
;the, Palatka Junior choir. Ruth Johnson, Worthy Matron. division of the church held in evening at 6:30: o'clock when de- town: the little one in the side

''y\ A divisional meeting will be Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs. C. A. Jacksonville recently, gave an Interesting votional and business activitiesare yard at W H. Struth's A HATCHERIES

.'+held at Lake City, April 5. Futch Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and account of the event. carried on. solid mass of blossoms If I ever

fi. Circle No. 2 will have charge Mrs. E. W. Hayes, who acted as Highlights of the state confer Adult leaders of the Divisionare saw one Seems that every 31 East Bay Street Jacksonville, 11a |

fj(] the program and Church flow- hostesses for the party. ence held in Orlando last week Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Superin- bush, vine, and tree in town Is
!,tlof Those present to enjoy the trying to outdo itself this spring
|' were given by Mrs. L. A, Davisin tendent and Counselor for the
1 for April.Immediately evening with Mrs. Bridges and her official report as delegate.! Senior-Young, People Department; Guess they're glad that win-
J: preceding adjournment hostesses were: Mr. and Mrs. ION
the Mrs. Frank Robinson, Mrs. Frank Robinson, Counselorfor ter is over, too .
i announced that Arch Thomas and family P. L.
it was the Intermediate Add Similes: As uncertain as

"Circle1 No. 2 would have the pri- Bridges Sr., Mr and Mrs. M. J. of the Intermediate Department Mrs. E. L. Matthews Department; Mrs. A.; Tracy Baker's mustache As PLAIN OR SELF-RISING:

; vilege of keeping the W M. U. McRae, Miss Ernestine Budding- of the League, announced the Wood. The Department Is com- full of gossip as the B. H. S.

c'1 r' ton, Miss Ella Sassee, Mr and, silver tea to be given on Tuesday posed of 24 members. Journal (Look who's throw tl

,,,:''I,;pin for the Incoming month. Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs.C. I March 25, in the Woman's Activities' of the Intermediates Ing stones!) FLOUR

H. Nasworthy, Mrs. W H. Club building.W. for this Birthdays ore,, kinds skase this
month include
Hart Mrs. Lois Mayes, Arthur cleaningthe week, or else I jus' haven't heart

McRae, Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, E. O. W. District Meet Church yards on Thursday; of 'em Here's a couple In 5 Lb. 12 Lb. 24 Lb.
distribution of Christian Literature
HOLLAND W Hayes C. A. Futch- and to'the' colored rhurches; and my little red book Know any Bag17c Bag39c flag

Mack Futch. Lacy Conway, secretary, an- others?
y: GOVERNOR.Speasard the development of a recreationroom.
nounces that the Northeast Dis- March 22 73c
Miss Hilda Lois WyrickIs trict No. 5 W. O. W will meet Here's to Mullet-but you see,

l I" a pretty big Married In Lawtey with the local camp here Friday Friday afternoon March 29th, I don't mean fish; I mean Smith, I-ATN1\ ALCO FEEDS
at 3:30 o'clock
: annual
night March 29 at 7:30 o'clock.All J. E.
: 20c
Rice 4 Lb.
ii fellow himself, in many To Charles L. Carter members will be held In the Woman's Club March 23 Pkg.
are urged to attend. LAYINGBLUE

1 ways, and ought to go Miss Hilda Lois Wyrick daughter building.ond of such This"Apron affair is Teas"the that sec- Congratulations, ,Betty Green. ROSE Mash, 2511i bag 63c

3 place and do thin I 1'- of Mr and Mrs. J. P. Wyrickof Clinton attended Presbyterian College, this group has sponsored. An seen.(As )cute a trick. as I've ever Rice, 5 Lb. Pkg. 18c

Lawtey, and Charles Lawrence S. C. excellent program has been plan- _ _ SCRATCHMEAL
MILTON GAZETTE.: Carter of Tallahassee were unitedin Out of town guests at the wed- ned and a cordial Invitation Is so long, OR Feed 2511i bag 53
See in the next .' ,
marriage at 3 P. M. 'March 10 ding were: Ralph Carter, Wayne extended to everyone In the community you
r in the First Baptist Church at Presnull, Cecil and Roy Lett, to attend. The Invita- -Carolyn. Grits, 5 Lbs. 12c GROWING

Lawtey. The pastor the Reu. William Cromarty, Misses Addle tions .are unique, 'consisting of a Little Judy Green Mash 2511i bag 6te
L. W. Enfield, performed the cere- Louise Stephens and Eugenia written invitation and a mlnature SCOOO COMPOUND Bulk ,

d L>\rriT-oi-F : mony. The church was decorated Johnson, all of Tallahassee, and apron. Proceeds from the tea Has Easter Egg Hunt Lard 2 Lbs. 19c STARTING

with ferns and bridal wreath Ray Insley, of Orlando, Mrs. C. will be used to send delegates to __
forming a background for tall E. Strickland and daughters the Summer Camp that Is sponsored Judy Green, attractive little Mash, 2511i bag 63c
of Mr and Mrs. L. J.
baskets of pink gladioli. Mrs. W. Misses Dorothalee, Mildred, Betty by the Methodist Church daughter SUNNYFJELD PURE

H. Edwards, pianist played wed- Strickland, and Mrs. Cecil Os- and Is held each' 'year for Inter- Green, was the honored guest Lard, 2 Lb. Pkg. 17c VINE CHICK bag
afternoon when her
I ding music prior to and duringthe borne of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. mediate boys and girls. The pro- Wednesday Feed, 25th 59c
mother entertained for her at a
,y I.r I ceremony. "I Love You Truly"was John Uglow, and Mr. and Mrs. gram for the tea will be In OLEOMARGARINE
.r sung by Mrs, L. W. Enfield. C. F. Ward of Starke. charge of Mrs. E:; L. Matthews. delightful Easter Egg hunt at 20 P. C. DAIRY lOOJb Bag
i their home on North Walnut St. Nutley Lb. lOc
To the strains of Mendelssohn's
1 Feed $1.95A
bridal During the afternoon the young ____ __
"Wedding March, the cou-

ple entered. The bride was attired Carolyn Callstreet people enjoyed playing games and 6l I' TUB OK PRINT 24, P. c. DAIRY IOOJb IJar
hunting eggs out on the lawn.
blue and
in a dusty navy
redingote styled dreua.-wlth.. navy I Mrs. Green, assisted by her Butter, Lb. __ 33c Feed _,..__._ $2,05

blue accessories. Her corsage mother, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot,
.a She Thinks The Editor'sH'lo served a tempting refreshmentcourse
consisted of pink i sweetheart Getting Jealous .
I carrying out the Easter

t... ... roses.Immediately following the cere- folks Spring Is here! Grace( Green in an aqua motif. Ann Page-Economical OUR OWN BLEND

an Informal reception for (have I said that before?) taffeta You should have seen Those present to enjoy the MACARONI
A "reo' CUIIhl. the mony guests was held in the par- I'll bet on 1% this time Up them party with Judy were: Jeannette India Ceylon

Aaa thus. dlc.I til now I crossed my fingers McLendon, Mary Sue Epperson, Spaghetti or Elbow
sonage. At a lace-covered table, Speaking of Birthdays TEA
/nup.I.ne.dedsfc. I centered with a basket of candy- every time I mentioned the Sunday, March 24th is Elbert Phoebe Green, Grace Thigpen,
8 Oz. 5c
.! weather Florida Is beginningto Keen Pkg. ,
Sylvia Alvarez, Barbara --
tuft, the hostesses, Misses Estelle and Elaine Edwards (Starke's !ft lb Pkg. lib Pkg.
80 lattit Oil(That look like Florida again, and
and Canova Rich
: Levy George ,
boy and girl set of
and Aline Austin served wedding twine) birthday -
alu."old ens) everybody Is getting ready for ard Ktdd Griffis Edwin Ann Page Fine or Broad
cake and Best Wishes! Nicky 19c 35c
tiff. HIS intoranct I the Easter Parade New Perkins, Annie Mae Grtffls, and NOODLES, 5 Oz. pkg. 5c
After spending some time with Jim Moore Edwards
; aced. fo US dresses and what goes with them and Wil- Marlon
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Carter, liam Wooten of Atlanta, formerly Harrington.
t This year's crop of Easter
left for Jacksonville on their way: of Lawtey In town ''last week-end OT.CF
HAROLD C. WALL to Tallahassee, where they will bonnets brings to mind a line showing off their brides andI Nonce la hereby given to all the B.\LLARD8-Plaln or Self rising Sib bag 12Ib bag :24 Ok bag I
from a movie that I still chuckle crctlltom and claimants against the
reside. over "The first fellow looksat don't blame them Cert'nlyare emato of William Patrick Went FLOUR 61c $1.13
Mis. Carter graduated from attractive young ladies that you are to file your claim"duly ,
a hat worn by a female member -
sworn to. with County Judge
GCNERALi lysull Starke High School and Is at of the cast and remarks, George Dover of Minn. (Clara of Bradford County, Florida, within -
; YOU HAVE.PLEASB present attending Florida 'State Flume's cousin) left for home eight months from first publication IONA SLICED
'That hat Is
PHONE 146 College for Women, Tallahassee. a monstrosity, The this week Back to work hereof or mimewilt be barredby
from Leon second fellow comes back with, statute of Limitations. BEE T S, 1 Lb. 4 Oz. Can _____ _- 9c|
Mr. Carter graduated 'Sir all ladies' hats George made a number of friends This Starch 16tl.l! 1940
are mon-
High School In Tallahassee, and while here W. A. ,"olley, Executor
strosities.' The hat stylists are visiting who will look J15It 4BHERE ARMOURS DELICIOUS

1 going to hate me forward to seein' him again next

/ Wish all you folks could have year r TREET,12Oz.Can ____ _______ 25c
Hate to TO tG4 .
disappoint my readers
seen the B. B. game in the arm-
ory last Wed. nice between Know you all'expect me to THEIR HEALTH PERFECT BISCUITS IN 90 SECONDSBISQUICK,21.2Lb.Pkg.29c

Easter On Parade""Add Starke's Town Team and Brent- say something about the sudden I.AA.MIAITHV '
of the |
ending dance Friday night,
wood Baptist Church Team of About 70 percent of the country's -
Jax Sho' was exciting however all I can say Is that It'sa population received insufficient
darn shame that such a few RED HEART
The'score tied 56-56
was when sunshine during the winter
Glamour To Your Easter Outfit By the game ended after a fast three so people can. spoil. an evening for months. DOG FOOD 3-llb. Can 25c |
many ___
I'' minutes extra time The Jax. Food-such a* MILK-rich In :
team won with a 64.60 score And while we're on the sub- _
Wearing Larkwood's New Shades In \itamln is particularly Important -
ject Unnerstand I erred las' IONA-RED RIPE FULL PACK
Hugh Ingram
was high
point man during the winter months

Sheer Hosiery for refereed Starke. .. ,. Don't. Simeon know Phillips whatthey'll week sponsored when by I said the B.the H.dance S. Band was Little extra tots, adult for an well health needan TOMATOES-lib. 3 Oz. 'Cans __ 13c |
supply good
promoted by individuals .,
a, New Larkwood Anklets in all the smart 'shades. suchas do hand without him. Always for the BENEFIT of the bandif during the winter. Thinkingmothers VEGETABLE SHORTENING lib Can Sib 'Can Sib>> Cas
on render his
services will their
that families
see '
Delphenlum, Larkspur, Poppy red etc., -Of you all get things the! .distinction., Dr. Blood-, get a sufficient quantityPETERSON'S < CRISCO ________ 18c Sic 99c |
The Junior-Senior last
worth, the eye specialist who
Friday night at the Club House N. B, O. CRISP DELICIOUS
"Catch-A-Curl" Snoods In All Colors was the biggest entertainment of comes every Wednesday had HEALTH BUILDERSUELlVF.RIES'DAn..y
to change his ad in the Telegraph CHEESE |
the week Everybody had a because PIX,1Lb.Pkg.T__ 13c
a lot of
people were get-
I Wear them for sport afternoon or evening marvelous time The club
tin' the idea that he a she
was Supreme Milk & Cream Phone 174
house looked like a dream BULK

Price 594Remember J The Junior class and their sponsor INIIIIII1I11I111N1. ,. ., ,.,,,,,, ....,,.,, ,.. ., .1. ...,. . ,
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.p Rosalind Williams should be I "" Jt.H' I, '".111'' 1I1I1.IIIIo"'III'III..I"IIUIIIIIIIII'II/IIIIIIIIIIIII.IUII' / / / ,. WIIII1aIWI11nII1MIWIIIIII111tlaIIIIINIIaIYINNtlIIUXNNILIWI' pIIIaY, ________

mighty proud Everythingwent 'I',;: 1

Her off aa planned, except one ANN I'AGE. TASTY TARTAR SAUCE OR

little incident The chair SANDWICH
With a Lovely Corsage to complete her Easter which Professor Williams occupiedhad i; SPREAD, 1-2 Pt. Jar lOc

seen its best and fI
days jus'couldn't

ensemble. Your favorite flowers may be had at hold out any longer 7e P & G SOAP 3 Big Bars ____________________: toe

our Shoppe. Pot plants, Easter Lilies Gladiolas The Prof Ls too good natured to -

Tulips and other cut flowers let a little thing like a falling I I CAMAY-TOILET SOAP, 3 Bars _-____________ lic
chair upset him and he laughedas I I -

guests hard, .as. any of the other J I IVORY SOAP, 2 Guest Bars __ 9c-Large Bar __ IOc

"Place Your Order Now"The All the banquet guests and a I -

number of others turned out for DREFT 3 Small Pkgs ___ 25c-Large Pkg. ___ 21c
Shoppe will be open Sunday morning the dance at the Legion Hall -

Make your service more impressive by sending flowers the later largest in the evening crowd attending. 'Twas a II i SELOX, 3 Small Pkgs ________________________ 15c-

h to the church of your choice in memory oft two Those bit dance little ladles in sometime looked lovely, I f OXYDOL Small I'kg. ____ 8c-Large Pkg. ____ 19c

loved In their new evening .
ones gowns
your Sadie 'Prince in a white satin JJ CHIPSO, :3 Small Pkgs. ___ 25c-Large Pkg. __..20c

trimmed in red Margaret i DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH -

-+- Pearce In a white satin model 'Ii

with full skirt gathered In at the OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST II A & P FOOD STOREOwned
waist line wit I h a wide beaded

girdle Grace Dew In black : Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy
CLAR JEAN SHOPPEPhone and white checked taffeta j and Operated by The Great Atlantic and

Gayle Sewell looking very beautiful 5 Every Wednesday' 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. I: Pacific Tea Company

97 In a white organdy with yards STARKE

f and yards of material !In ..-aMN"AI4ryINAM4aMnNpanNI1MpWNAMAlAl144AlaMlaWSaNanMIAAAaa. .... FLORIDA
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Mr. and Mrs. R. L. :McDowell C. A. Knight Congressman R. Mr and Mrs. Sam Anderson, 'WOODLAWN "

r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I and family of Jacksonville' will! A. Green K. G. Duncan, W. P.. II Mrs. W E. Torode, Miss Florence By Mrs. Oscar Carter '

upend' Easter Sunday with Mr. Smith, Eld ridge Smith Senator GUI. Miss Hope Haynes,
.. - ---- -- ------- ----- I and Mrs.* John Uglow and Mr.I C. E. Johns, A O. Andreu, and Sam Alvarez Jesse Alexander Mrs. Gladys Carter and son. '

F. Sauls spent TuesLCksonvUle. W. T. Weeks and A. W. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. R. N. White and and Mrs. C.o'. Ward. I Fred Hazen were among those attending and G.V.. Hicks were among Richard were visiting Mrs.

( Jr., were visitors to Jacksonville daughter, Louise, of Plant City __ the funeral services of those attending the Shell ban- Crews Mrs. Harris and Mrs. > ;

Saturday afternoon.Mrs. were guests Sunday night of :Mr Miss Mignon Slason of Raleigh! Joe Jones in Macclenny Monday quet held at the Seminole Hotel Williams at the State Farm Fri. ,a '

d Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. N. C., was the weekend guest of afternoon. in Jacksonville Monday night. day afternoon "p

Jacksonville. A. ------- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starlingof
fesday In Herman Cross of Tampais her mother Mrs. R. Weeks, --

the guest of Mr. and Mrs O. Chas. A. Darby, T. K. McClane, and Mr. Weeks at the Week's Harold Bishop returned Mon Senator Truman Futch, Arthur Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.

Sue Griffin of Jackson- L. Beasley and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. and Dr. J. W. Brownlee are t camp on Santa Fe Lake. day to resume his studies at Em Futch, Silas Futch of Leesburg; Luther Hilliard were visiting Mr.

he guest of Mrs. E. L,. spending a while in the Weeks ory at Oxford, Ga., after spending: Mrs. G. C. Livingston. A. C. and Mrs. O. Carter Sunday after ,
Friends of T. J.' Griffin will hi Durden of Tampa, Mrs. Joe Fen pr
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot cottage on Kingsley Lake. the spring holidays here with noon.Mr.
spent Sunday in Sanderson as regret to learn of his Illness at parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.. nel. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Seals. and Mrs. Dalton Carter

: Weeks moved to Plant guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mrs. W. E. Middleton the home of his aon-in-law and Bishop. He was accompanied as Miss Mabel Seals, W. G. Seals. and daughter: Louise and grandson 7r
Jay and Is employed Barefoot.Mr. in Jacksonville spentWednesday as daughter. Dr. and Mrs. C. C, far as Jacksonville by Mr. and Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. J, Weeks, of Richard were shopping In ,
Mendoza, in Jacksonville. Mrs. Bishop. Jacksonville, Mrs. Maude Wesley Starke Saturday afternoon.of .
the guest of her sister Mrs. Mae
of Orlando Mr. and Mrs.

Coata ReUned.Vood. and Mrs. A. M. Pettlt of Jones, and other relatives.Mr. Miss Frances Hemingway la Claude Sparkman of Waldo Mr. Savannah, Ga., were among
ing, Dottie Sue returned Sunday
:Gainesville were guests Wednesday spending a while here after com and Mra. F. B. Henry. Mr. and those from out-of-town attending '
and Mrs. James L. Hairof after the past few
;. of Senator and Mrs. C. E. pleting a course In beauty cul spending; Mra. R. E. McColskey of Lake funeral service Sunday afternoon
Johns. Lake City were guests Sunday ture at a Jacksonville school. weeks in St. Augustine with her City T. B. Massey of DeLand, for A, A. Durden. r
Smith and W. P. Smith of Mrs. Hair's parents, Mr. and grandmother, Mrs O. J. Griffin
She graduated with high honors. Mrs. L. M. Wainwright of Haw-
business visitors in Mrs. F. C. She accompanied home by
Hollingsworth. was
Mrs. Mae thorne, and Mrs. W, H. England:
esday.Mm.. of Chester, Mrs. Griffin and Owen Griffin,, Straw Hats at Alvarez'. ;
S. C., is the guest of Mrs. S. l:. Mrs. Edward Wolf has returnedto
Dressmaking, C o H t. R4'lined. who spent the day here as guestsof T -...
Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. her home In Jacksonville after ,
R. F. Geiger of Mrs. A. \\ood. Mrs. E. L. Biggs.
,Brownlee.Mr. some time here as the I
of Mr. and
Ire guests guest of her brother-in-law and W. Easter Greetings :,
Griff, Mrs. G. C. Livingston has re Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. William T. Phillips sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis
turned to her home in Tampa and Mrs. Morrow's mother, Mrs.D. '
E. Mann of Quantico, of Lake Butler were guests after spending a few days here : of I "
B. Williams, all Hampton
Miss Frances Jane Hatfield, a
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
.e guest of CongressmanR. Williams. with Mrs. E. S. Matthews. student at the Woman's Collegein left Sunday for Knoxvllle Tenn. : j't i' .

A. Green. Milledgevllle. Ga.. Is spendingthe were Mr. Morrow prlncipay of the Tip I T 1 OO A"0" Star t
Judge and/ Mrs. G. A. Garth here with her Hampton school will study at
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly spent spring
Norfolk, Va.,
Grlffls of Wednesday in Jacksonville. Mr. ner and Mr. and Mrs. Austin parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hat- the University of Tennessee during -
of his parents. Mr. Winkler and MILK
eat were visiting friends the
spring course. ,
,.Griffis. Kelly Is Deputy Clerk of the Circuit field.
A. 'J, relatives in Hasting Sunday.

Court. N. T. Rltch a student at Em- Men's Spring Suits--Just Grocery Tall Cans i'f:
L...Beasley and Mrs.\A. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Wools
the Mrs. W. H. Green ii spending ory at Oxford Ga.. returned Sunday Arrived, Gabardines > ,
spent yesterday several days this week In Lake daughter Madge will spendthe to resume his studies after Palm IIcaches--$14.95 to "
Mary nClr enes. Butler with her daughter, Mrs.S. week-end in Deland as guests spending the spring holidays here $18.95 at Alvarez'. & Market 3 for 18c 1 ''
of Cot and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Mrs. Carrie
R. Johns. with his mother,
it-a-Word Ritch. Mrs. P. A. Moore bad as her Fri. & Sat., 22-23 ', t
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and daughter guests: over the weekend at :, ,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova and
family of Gainesville were guests Mary Sue, spent last weekend Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon Kingsley Lake her daughter, Miss BANANAS, 4 Lbs. 15c 1 :
-q- ; r;
TO BUT cows and Sunday of Mr. Canova's mother in Jacksonville as guests of of Orlando will spend Easter here Hazel Moore a student at F. S.
nil Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard. W C., in Tallahassee, also Miss
larket prices paid on Mrs. E. E. Canova. as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
J. D. ODOM box 247. Matthews. Mrs. McLendon will Margaret Young of White Springs '. \. ttv i
Mr. and Mra. S. A. Weldon antifamily and Tallahassee DeWitt Daw- ? .!
Fla. 3311yr.psterilized Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe remain fo ra longer visit with her Sugar 19cFANCY '
of Palatka spent Sunday in Winter parents. kins and Charley Fouraker 0 t 5 Lb.
(boiled) cot- were guests Sunday Park with Mrs. Weldon's parents Jacksonville, and M r s, W. E.
of Mrs. Varnedoe's Mr.
with buttons. No parents Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Shaffer. of Starke.
1= and Mrs. W. P. Smith. George Flynn Jr.. spent Friday SMOKED BACON Lb. lOc
I Will pay 5-cents per ---- and Saturday in Gainesville as l r
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden .
for those meeting our
Lucian He l
of Gray.
the guest
Dressmaking, Coats IJrlmed.Mr
ll. and have returned to their WHITE SIDE
Bradford Countyph. *. A. Wood.Mrs. family was accompanied home by Lucian, I:
| tf home in DeLand after spending who remained here until Sunday
some time here with 'relatives.Mrs. A
T Furnished apart- G. L. Dickerson and Mrs afternoon. FANCY BACONPound

jirith private bath, extra Ida Hahn, both of Jacksonville, II
Emmett O'Neil of Rochester -
desired. Locked gar- were Tucker guests of Mr and Mrs. H. New York, is spending several Guy Mrs.Sale W. spent B. Mundy Wednesday and Mrs in BUTTER, Tub or Country Roll, Lb. 33c I

A. Scott, phone 54, E. Wednesday. days this week as the guest '\ '
I Jacksonville visiting their mother,, \
ltp Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker. Mrs. J. B. Sapp, who Is confined di Palace Breakfast Bacon Lb. 19c ':t J:
"to Vincent's Hospital following ;
Several cattle new and son, Charles, o f Umatilla 1 Mrs. George Inman who is tak St. ,
|"M. B.", old brand: K. were guests Sunday of Senator a major operation.
ing a course in x-ray at the f
; F., or J. B., various and Mrs. C. E. Johns. the -- Cudahys Puritan "EASTER"HAM i(
Macon Ga., hospital, spent
Please of Pants-Gabardines"' -
pen any Sport
attle and notify Marcus Mrs. C. S. McCornack of St.I week-end here with Mr. Inman. Sharkskins Itevercools HE SMILES orwholepounb 20c :
NO WONDER l/2 .1
Starke. tf Charles, 111, and Mrs. L. E. Mrs. Junius Smith spent Wednesday $2.95 to $5.00 at Alvarez'. a
Deudon of Elgin 111., will arrive the lie Eats Regularly
of shell-rimmed in Jacksonville as \
ne pair Miss Carol White, a student al
next week for a visit. '
|lee, near p 0 s t 0 fflce. guest of her brother-in-law and Southern College in Lakeland, accompanied At The RATHS PICNIC HAMS, Lb. ,18c I !

please return to Brad- Sam Rosenburg, former Starke sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Ben- by four classmates arrived 'I''

unty Telegraph or Mrs.E. merchant and now a resident of nett. Thursday to spend the Orange Blossom POTATOES lOLbs.20c '
Hanire, Hampton. It Easter holidays here as guest : s1:
ILK electric after Plant property City, is Interests.in Starke looking Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume, Miss of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ollr: Cafe ; ;
-Complete Clara Flume Marlon Dowling, .

feystem .$0.8 cash in good Mrs. and, and George Dover Jr., spent i White._________ i l' I
P. M. Barefoot daughter ,
n-M. C. Sweeney and '
bn. 3-22 2tp Sara Mrs. L. J. Green and I Ocala.Sunday at Silver Springs j Mrs. Vernon Rowe and children -I jl

children, Judy and Archie, were ; Jimmy and Gayle, of Jacksonville I
LE-Garage apartmentacres visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. and Mrs. Floyd Howell FREE DELIVERY ,
of ground (the Mra. DeWitt C. Jones of j and children, Warren and Danny, is.
Gainesville was the guest last I R. Johns
Durden place), $350M. Mrn. G. H. Bennett and Miss week-end of her mother Mrs. A. of Olustee were guests Sunday PHONEPLENTY
C. of J. B. Rowe and Misses Ruth
| Sweeney,3-22 Hamp-2tp Hannah Jacksonville.Swindel spent Tuesdayin M. Darby, and Mrs. C. W. and Edith Rowe.

Chalker. .
Wilbur A. Scott, who recently
Mrs. L. C. returned Wednesday 45/
of the Winter
became manager
NAT SEZ: from Jacksonville where Garden Lumber Co., was guest & Sons
she visited her son and daughter- 1 "
for at of the Rotary -
You never pay a penny more speaker a meeting OF PARKING
comparable quality at StemlJt'r '!I. In-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie Club In that city.. He chose STACPICASH :

Compare: price*-shop all o'erStark G. Ray. as his subject "What are we I ,
-discover for yourself why building in Winter Garden?" and NEAR THIS 8 A, E. DEPOT ;; ,
Q? returned AND CARRY PRICES ;
Mrs. W. G. England 11
Steinberg'salu.f* are Starke'sbeet placed special emphasis on buildIng -
i to her home
Wednesday character In the
\'alunot for one day Christian j
Savannah Ga., after spending a
only-not for one week only- younger generation.Mr. .
tew days here with Mrs. A. A. OUR SPECIAL SPRY 01'1: .
but day In and day out. Join the
wine hoppers who have learnedthe Durden.Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Gentry left COFFEE, Pound 15 C 3 Pounds 4H/C t:

wisdom of supplying all their yesterday for a ten-day trip to t
TnerchandlMO needs at the store and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr. Washington, D. C.. and points in t! 1)\

dedicated to the teak of Its of Jacksonville will spend the West Virginia, Kentucky and Staley's PEANUT
Easter week-end here with his Tennessee. Mr. Gentry managerof lOc 20c f
CdNtomers. parents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. the Bradford County State STARCH, 3 for BUTTER, 2 Ibs. I;

Hayes, Sr. Farmers' Market, Is making the
Land- trip in connection with his duties Fancy YorkAPPLES /\ Swifts Premiuml'oun'l g''
Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank aa a member of the Advertising IBs."f
rum and family spent the weekend the State Market- 3 C / 25c
in Inverness with Mr. Landrum's ing Committee: Bureau.of U HAMS, ( I or whole) .,1.'1;. I

parents, Mr. and .

A. Landrum. -. SMOKED /\ TOMATOES f

aD New Lot Sport Shoes for! GOT THE URGE BACON, Lb. 1 C NO. 2 CAN 6 C I;

1 Easter at

Miss-Gertrude Heering- en SUGAR SAUSAGEMEAT ;i
.Wah Peon route from Jacksonville to St. Il 5 Pounds 22c Lb. 15cf jl.

SAoa..tesAaxr Petersburg, where she will make ,
that mot* her home, was visiting friends G1 asILLLF !
: : ,
wanttoaepoutandiotMnftl 1 : here Saturday. Fat Hens-Dressed Chase & Sanborn

} 17c 19c It,
.1 ell Mr and Mrs. H. A. Lawson or Alive, lb. COFFEE, lb. ,

: and family and Mrs. Julia
/ S ,
( Eastman spent Sunday In Lake I

I Butler as guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. Jersey 5c Relish or SaladDRESSING ,

H. Register CORN FLAKES Quart 20c

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherdand kii

daughters Mary Lou and Fancy Blue Rose fl PT Kleer

Patsy Ann, of Callahan will spend 5C
Easter here aa guests of Mr. and RICE, SIb,. JL 1 C SALT, 2 for

1 Mrs. C. A. Knight.

$2.98 likes to Swifts Roll Pure LardBUTTER
George Dover, Jr. left today Everybody 33c

for his home in Hlbblng Minn., Lb. 2 Lb. Carton 17c k,
after spending the winter here work in the gardenFIX

png new iryle! ...Thrilling-! / with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
ft..i glorious election In Mrs. F. F. Flume. CHOICE CUTS-Spring Lamb Veal and TOILET -g /\
I desired ,color and YOUR YARD
kial pattern Western 'l\feats-Also' Fresh Cottage TISSUE 3 for UC
to complement your Mrs. F. H. Long spent several
Spring entemble. Com- in Jacksonville the first of UP FOR EASTER Cheese
grange of dun and width days r
? of her
E the week as the guest -.

assure a perfect fit. son-in-law and daughter. Dr and Ladles Hoe _. .. ,______ 65c Toomer Fertilizer
PSNo SAi Mrs. B. S. Carroll. Wilson &

Steel Lawn Rakes ___ 60c
Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe
asr6d and Mrs. C. E. Burton of Rome, Common Garden Ilakes 60c 50 Lb. Sack Wilson & Toomer CHOICE TIMOTHY HAY

in LOOK several days last weekIn 3
Ga., spent
udUFETERNBERCT' Olustee as guests of Mr. and Hose. Nozzles ._ 30c & 75c Flo-Mix for Land and Flowers Let Us Supply You With ?
Mrs. Floyd Howell. $1.00 Strawberry Cups and Crates '

Friends of Miss Frances Peek BRADFORD

will be glad to learn that she has 20 P. C. "1 Q K NEW CROP CHUFA'DAIRY
returned to her home after being '
confined to St. Vincent's Hospital O D
in Jacksonville days
following tOEUWe<:tomy. of


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It FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL Home Garden Negro Farmer I LIVE STATE NEWS MULTIPLE Penney FarmsOne(--"EUnR\rIO of: .

Will Pay Dividend Get Good Advice unique and _

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Three WaysFlorida On Making A Living"A RETAIL SALES GAINJacksonvilleFlorida SERVICES AT RAVINES Joy d at theCommunity anticipated us

HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Palatka-Plans for the third Is Memorial t
Indepen- the
farm families this year I little fore-thought and com- annual
COMMON SENSE. . have an opportunity to collect I mon sense and plenty of elbow dent retailers' sales in Januarywere annual Easter sunrise service to wedding celebration *i t
for the
I FLOWERS triple benefits on their home gardens more than 11 per cent aheadof be held in the amphitheatre at present yea, took'
FARM CENSUS SHOULD GROW CUT grease will enable you to pro- period last Friday evening ''
those for the same when
H. G. Clayton, state with i that'
says Gardens here
PROVIDE FARMER WITH By Ethel Holloway AAA administrative officer. FirstIs vide for your family and stay off year. Department store sales the Ravine had passed 50 or Mor( !.
ON HIS INDUSTRY District Home Agent thousands of blooming azaleas, married life y,
DATA the saving In food provided by of relief." were up 15.3 percent for the same were guesta Of

The 1940 decennial census of Annuals are at home anywhereIn the garden, second the dividendof This Is the pointed but friendly period dogwoods, Japanese magnolias, This year 13 couples recelvltJ

Agriculture is due to begin April Florida and they reward even health which a good diet and advice Frank Pinder, Alachua japonicas and other tropical plants and gratulatlons from heir p

1, and enumerators from the niggardly effort with a bounty of adequate nutrition will build, and County Negro agent, is giving to FOOD STAMP PLANJacksonvilleLatham forming a background for the Impressive neighbors.

United States Department of rich floral color over a long sea- third is the $1.50 soil building Negro farmers of this section. White, ceremony, have been an- MURPHY
[i Commerce will be calling on farmers son. In view of this It seems a payment provided by the AAA. Thoroughly familiar with prob- here representing the Federal nounced. LANDS sou)

. 1 and asking all kinds of ques- shame that they are not more Clayton says that credit will lems of Negro farmers of this Surplus Commodities CorporationIn TallahasseeFirst salt!!

tions. Florida farmers would do commonly grown for massed ef- be given under the Triple A for I section, Pinder and his co-worker, making a survey to determine BAKER EX-SHERIFF DIES Murphy Act lands brouehiJ) \J

( well to acquaint themselves with fect in our counties. Indeed, wouldIt each home garden grown on the Mary Todd McKenzie, Alachua whether this city can qualify for Funeral services for Joe Jones, 948.80 and there Is SUre IG

the census blanks In advance and not be a fine idea for folks in farm by landlord, tenant or share- Negro home agent, got together the Federal food stamp plan, ex- Jr., 43, chief State tag inspectorfor healthy balance by !the Ua

be prepared to answer the question each county to decide on one par- cropper family. The only requirements and worked out a definite pro- pressed the hope last night thatit the Jacksonville district, were Legislature or the courti\

with information concerning ticular flower and grow It in such are that each garden gram of planting and other operations might be put in operation here. held at 3 o'clock Monday after- who gets the money frwt

,k their 1939 activities. rich and colorful profusion that must consist of at least one for them. Church the Internal Improvement !
in the Methodist at
'l: It has been said that no other their section might be Identified fourth acre of ground in 0 n e Food is a major consideration, A COSTLY FIRE noon Macclenny. H e died Saturday they are charged with MI,
group should have more interest with It? piece must be adequately pro- so they recommended that each Orlando-A blaze which Fire night following a brief illness.. delinquent State which rever

if f in the census than the farmer Each county could pick the tected from livestock and should farmer plant 15 acres of corn and Chief Gideon Bean said was Mr. Jones was a native of Baker Law ownership of because ti.1

, The Industry of agriculture has flower it would emphasize and be in production throughout the peanuts, one acre of sweet po- started by a plumber's blowtorch County and had lived there all phy 1937have ,

been in poor health for over a then grow it In parks, along year producing at least eight different tatoes, one-half acre in a year- destroyed an Atlantic Coast Line his life. He served as sheriffof net proceeds from salts

f' decade. The census w III give highways In yards, and yes, even vegetables., round home garden with not less Railroad warehouse in downtown the county for 14 years. that the fund cannot be t,

farmers a check-up on their condition in vegetable gardens Some counties Home gardeners who prepare than 10 different kinds of vege- Orlando. Firemen kept the fire. until disposition is decided,,

:! the most complete studyof have done this already and their soil well, cultivate well, tables, one-half acre In sugar from spreading to the city hall, SLAIN ASSASSIN
their symptoms that has ever the results have been more than plant a succession of crops to cane for syrup and sale and two only 200 feet from the warehouse. GRAHAM ,

been made. Facts to bo collected! pleasing have something fresh ever y acres of peas. Crestvlew,-Lester Wilson, can- By :Mrs.: L. C. Smith I
didate for sheriff
was instantly
( on the Nation's seven million Zinnias head the list of favorite month, and who control Insects Along this same line, they urge TOWNSEND PLANS TOUR killed unknown assassin I.
by an Marcb
farms, of which 80,000 are in have in two each and feed Jacksonville speaking tour Sunday. 17, wens
flowers for county-wide plantingIn gained ways every family to keep
who shot him from the front occasion when Mrs.
I Florida, will provide farmers and they have an milk lay- of Florida In behalf of candidates I T
Florida. Marigolds petunias year. Clayton says properly a good cow, a porch of his home near here Fri- celebrated her
. r themselves, the government, and! rank next. Last year 4.589 ,- opportunity to make a cash collection Ing flock of at least 25 hens, at endorsed by his old age pension Wilson nathy 62nd
who !I
day night. recently
day anniversary. A
students of the farm problem be made next hoijj
home demonstration club as well this year since least three or four pigs that will organization will
with a guide to the future. I women planted their chosen flow the Agricultural Adjustment has develop Into good hogs, and a I month by Dr. F. E. Townsend. was acquitted on a charge of friends and relatives Bath,
manslaughter in the killing last make It a
, .f Census supervisors remind us II ers In 32 counties. given recognition and encourage- couple of beef animals. I Dr. Townsend will arrive In Flor- Fall of Murray McArtbur. day.

that the farms directly support The seed industry has per- ment to the home garden. For obtaining ready cash they' ida March 31 and cover all partsof Crestview man, outside a young road- Basket luncheon was
25 percent of the Nation's population fected many new flower varieties recommend that each farmer plant I the state before leaving April under the beautiful, large!
I side tavern here, was sitting in
t and the business of farmIng few and 14. phor trees in the yard i-j
'f during the past years Steers Bring CashM. six acres of cotton or other cash the front room of his home. Two
affects about half of the peo- this year's offerings hold great:. crops sell surplus eggs, and sell I shots were fired through the guests left wishing tin. i
pie. Besides being the producerof Fifteen different ENGLISH ANNOUNCES i nathy many more happy i
promise. types F. Wiggins of New River, vegetables when the surplus Is glass paneling of Wilson's front
, the Nation's food supply, and of zinnias alone have been de- one of the county's most successful more than the family requires for Tallahassee, Colin English, door. days.Mr.
also a producer of raw materials veloped. cattlemen, recently sold use fresh and in canning. They I state superintendent of public instruction and Mrs. Forest

needed in Industry, the farmer is While the newest varieties are I 18 "grade" steers to H, A. Law- emphasize the importance .of can- announced this week COMMUNISTS! DON'T RATETallahasseeSecrtary and children Henry and J

one of the largest customers. of rather expensive and not very son of Starke for $1,100. Mr. ning vegetables beef, and pork that he Is a candidate for nom- I of Jacksonville were visiting
t ti' the business man. practical for mass planting the Wiggins believes that good stock for later use. ination for re-elect ion. He of StateR. atlves and friends here S
Vital changes throughout the cost of putting on a highly 1 Is one of the soundest Invest- I "The have workedout pledged continuation 0 f active A. Gray told the communist Friends of Mrs. Henry
\ affected the and colorful I program we party that it I.is not recognized in ling will regret to learn !thl
world have directly varied Interesting, ments a man can make. one-horse farmer leadership In developing the state
Is for
I a :
prosperity of the American flower, show is not prohibitive program for improvement of Florida and cannot have the is ill at this writing Wej
with a minimum cf 30 acres, but
of its
t I farmer These include not only If It is distributed among mem- AAA APPLICATIONS MUST schools names presidential electors her a speedy recovery.
I. who have
we are urging farmers printed on the ballot. He Informed Mrs. I. C. Mlkle of Can
wars and the efforts of other nations bers of a group. BE SIGNED BY MARCH 31
more land than this to incorporate -
t o become self-sufficient, Here are some suggestions on FOR NEGRO VETERANSLake Rob F. Hall, southern was visiting: Mr. and Mis!$
Its features into their -
and consequently purchasers of preparing for and staging a Florida farmers who have not operations representative of the communist Griffin Monday.
j for
Pinder City,-A new hospital
smaller amounts of American products Flower show: signed applications for payment World to party national campaign committee -
of under the 1939 agricultural conservation Other suggestions they are mak- negro war veterans that only the Democratic and
. but also trends In the use To have sufficient choice HIGHLAND
will be built the
; OO
4 farm families include the cost U12, by
of other which have flowers make several program and are eligible ing to Republican parties are recognizedin
I products con- your plans veterans administration early next By Miss M. E. CYemj
tributed to surpluses in many months in advance. for payment should sign following: The is Florida. Only these parties
summer. new building
: staples. Order seed books and bring these applications In the county Don't burn underbrush.. Plant for in the have registered more than five Mr. and Mrs. L. J. N
t. independent
Industry has developed a :fine them to club meetings so mem- office: not later than March 31 more cover crops. offices provided bill and the per cent of the total qualified were visitors to Starke Fm
I appropriation ,
t net of statistical records which bers can mull over them and select says H. G. Clayton, state AAA Keep the farm and home clean fund will become available 1. voters in the State, as required Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cremi
.. r guide Its future operations No the flowers they want to administrative officer. April 1 Is and tidy. Screen the home Beds for 100 hospital patientswill by law for party recognition. children of Belle Glade ape|

,; one of the 7,000,000 farmers can plant. After seeds have been or- the cut-off date on applications against mosquitoes and other be The I week-end here with F M.
provided. new
!I develop su'a a set of records for dered and planted, exchange for payments based on the 1939 household pests. structure will take the place of SHOW AND RODEO SOON and family.

.I;. his own guidance because he has i plants with other members of the program, he says. Have each member of the famIly an old building which recentlywas Gainesville,-The Little Inter- Owen :Marr of Mlmms i

!' only his own figures Census records club so each home may have undergo periodical physical ex- described as inadequate and national Livestock Show and Rodeo relatives here Sunday

t. of the 7,000,000 farmers combined I, many varieties. in various communities of the aminations.Feed obsolete by the Florida American which annually attracts Mr. and Mrs. Marvin T:

J' Is the only complete naII If plants are ordered, pool the county together for a single pur- and care for the work Legion. thousands of visitors to the Uni- son and children and
tional picture of farm operations orders and set all plants at the pose. The county flower show versity of Florida, will be staged Georgia Griffin of Lawtey
mule .
horse or properly.Don't
! to tell the farmer which way lie same time.Planning. results in many people learning COMPTROLLER ROBBED this year on the night of April Sunday here with Mr andj
v II la going, and to provide students for and staging a common and botanical names for be afraid of work. 6. An agricultural fair will be L. J. Norman.

of the serious farm problem with ;county flower show Is an excel- plants and methods of growing If Negro farmers will follow Tallahassee-City police reported held the same day. in which all Miss Janle Marr visited fc|

1 : the facts to meet this problem. lent medium for bringing folks them this program, the agents believe "no clues" but admitted "pecu- departments of the College of in Starke Friday. and Satur
.____ liar circumstances" surrounded the
: m. -- ---- fewer will be obtaining relief and Agriculture( will cooperate. The Mrs. J..0. McCormick i
r, more will be enjoying much more theft of about $150 mostly in Livestock Show and Rodeo will children of Jacksonville
l satisfactory living through their large bills from the bedroom of be held in the University of Flor- relatives here Sunday
, J. M. Lee. Investigating -
. own efforts. Comptroller ida Stadium, while displays of :Mrs. G. M. Norman spent|
i officers said the "bedroombandit"
j 0j the agricultural fair will be day at Lawtey with her d
\ SuggestionsFor gained admission to the spread in the gymnasium |I ter, Mrs. Euglne Austin.
house through a downstairs window -

; The Farmer came up the stairs inside .
, the house and lifted about $120In
1 ': Jib'- Instead of burning dead leaves!, five-dollar bills from Col. Lee's I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

, home owners will do well to pant's pocket. Four onedollarbills Full line of Caskets Jk Undertakers Supplies
gather and spread them in their were not removed from the AMBULANCE 8BBVIOE

flower gardens or use them with: rifled pockets and valuable silver- DAY AND NIGHT

other materials to make compost. wear and downstairs furnishingswere l IM PIIONB 134

I Leaves make a very good mulch! not bothered by the choosey G. H. BENNETT, Mar,

It which protects the soil from the thief who picked up some other "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"

t,. IMJyg hot sun, keeps down weeds, and cash about the house

j," Increases the soil's moistureholdIng ,
' \ capacity. -
J l, py ly A good fertilizer for sugarcane

yg t I w is a 4-8-4 mixture, applied at the

II III rate of 400 to 600 pounds per:
acre at planting time or as a side

application when growth get sunder

yr way in spring. If the cane
indicates a need for it in June,,
r apply from 100 to 200 pounds of;
nitrate of soda per acre as a

1\\ side dressing.In .

,& + peach planting roots varieties, use newly-cleared of peacheson ,

1I, w land as it contains fewer nematodes -

vs than lands which have been

! cultivated for many years. Peach WHAT, DO YOU MEAN"MODEll" -
roots are highly susceptible: to

I: root-knot nematode attack. .

Reaches grown p n plum root

f' stock, which Is very resistant to
" t root-knot, have shown up very ,
, well for a limited period and ?

t lortlculturtats are hoping their

term of usefulness will be ex-
tended. Trees In most orchardsIn
Florida have been budded onto

tj Peach stock, however.

tf j ,

" Care should be exercised in dehorning -

,, baby calves by the use l'JVJlY Is
an all-electric kitchenmodern"
,p v.t ,. of stick caustic. Clip hair above Call Mr tffUi ttflsytUwtaj -

rt the base of the horn button. To ? A4__ ... .lI Io. .4r..

t protect skin away from the hair, II

t, rub a little vaseline on the skin (S..gnipped .
f. In circle about the button but
not onv the button. Wrap frigeration and automatic electric .... ... .. .....>. ywTV

t. ;' eywe t arund caustic to protect fingers paper, water heating) Is the ultimate m ...kiwM.u.....s ____-.........

; Thirst asks nothing more than and then rub moist caustic slowly convenience and safer/ km .. lht4ill..* j II ,. .... .......

, ,' and carefully In a circular move- Because it saves time and work Is ... ........

r, ice-cold Coca-Cola. But Coca-Cola 4 ment around the button and at easier to keep clean, is dependable.
::1" Its base Do this alternately so

r ,: gives you that refreshed feeling too, / caustic will have time to act on Because It simplifies household >fENRf3WItllA:

/ / one while being applied to the management,and cuts costs-thanks "has Ylurrsrilg tllfsssss

happy after-sense of complete ,,' / other' button. "stepdoW rates. at lnsr uul.strls dsalds".
As caustic acts slowly and will

I'I'a That's why everybody burn too deep If to much is applied ,
walt and watch its actions

,t J says: get a Coca-Cola, and get the the skin disintegrates. Three
layers are encountered in actionof
y the caustic the akin, the hard
feel of refreshment.
t Ii c, white horn tissue and deep layerof ,
: J.
akin. The two first layers G. SPENCER Mgr.

t ;; THE PAUSE THAT REBOTTLED R E s should be destroy: but care ..
should be taken not to damagethe
1---' UNDER AUTHORITY OF TUB COCA-COLA CO. BY third or deep layer of skin.

}) To avoid damaging the third
CO. .
I, layer work slowly on the two -
upper layers.


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AY MARCH 22. 1940 '""
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CHURCH DIRECTORY & (I night, April 12th, and that Dr. J., UROOKERBy made a business trip to Jacksonville : L
NOTES I Harrison Griffin, State Brotherhood Saturday and returned Mon-
.._.. ... :-Mrs. L. L. Parker Mrs. '
-- Secretary IH. still to be the I clay. By A, L. Sullivan
{ BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIA.V EPISCOP\L I.j guest speaker of the evening. The j The regular Brooker correspon- Mm. Rosa Plnholster I sin I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dfnnlso/ ,
I B. Llchtfoot Rev. Chas. 1 CIIRlSTI\"l i delay was caused by the fact, lent, Mis L L. Parker who has, Jacksonville been and children
A. H. Allen, !lot. *r&N Church having cullec of Gainesville
Rev. Frank RoblnaonPaator spent
Paatori. Sunday cho1? Sllpt that the annex will not be quite j been ill) and
; very Ip ,
Supt. PlI.8tor n.v. Fr..d Yerk.e. Jr. lUrs. II. WIIaon Gainellvllle'j by the Illness of relative She Sunday here with Mrs. Dennl80n'lI -
i. Thvma. completed by the earlier date. has returned to her ,
Rector Suno.la S.'huul 0 m
>nda y School E. K. Ferryman. e will be absent an extended: time. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ciiday School Gen. Superintendentof Or&nlet Sund", School Supt. 100'clock but C. J. Powell, contractor for i Brooker and Is convalescing.: Her I Pinholster W. Packham. A
? Church Mr. m. H. Davis 141.. EUa J. Sa..a Guy accompanied her.
8:4S: A. M. School the Interior of the building, and many friends are glad she will
(rnlnff Service Church School Church Bchool Slip& Or&ane& Many people of Brooker arfeeling Clyde Hall and
11A. M. 10A.M. Ro,. Mathewa [r.. U. C. Drown CIIt'n1I OF CUltIST Carl Ritch plumbing contractor, noon be recovered. Mrs. Sort-hie son, Rodney, -
Tralijlnc Church School Berneea Harry Plckllp have assured completion of the Baird wrote the Brooker news the urge to go fishing. were business visitors to Stark ,
..tle&1 P. M.nln Morning Worship Sunday Bchool i'ator' Parties are going out dally to Saturday afternoon
: A. If. whole the .V
.ervlo.. Service, 11 A. M. 10 A. M. thing by new date The column thla week.
Morning I W Bible Study I 1. n1. nearby lakes and streams.
| S: 0 P. M. Evening Worehlo it A. :sn.p Sunda,.. __ II A. )r. Sermon and the electrical work adding to the at. Commencement' Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and '
Vyer Meetlnc Service 7:30: P. M. I.JOr Supper a tractlveness of the Charles Hardy has accepted a children, of Salt
':00 P.M.Blanlat Sjcma$ Chi 7:00: p. In. Friday. 7:80: P. )[. p. m.eaday annex, has already The most Important event of Springs visited .
YoungPeopU's Holr Da.sU. A. M. .vr' Sundy been completed. The W. the past week was the graduation position! as bookkeeper with a relatives here Sunday.W. .,'V

Mona Canova League 6:30: P.Meetings M.Prayer _ _ M. U. of the church Is to serve of the ninth grade at the lumber company at Fort McCoy. C. Loper and Toby Brown

Shn fcolr II.Director Powell Meeting MISSION HALL GOSPEL T, B. l\nN ALLIANCE the dinner to the men at this school auditorium on Thursday His many friends will wish him spent Saturday night fishing on '

Chairman Wednesday. 7:30: P.M. 8pon.or.: S on. e db. Inaugural event in the annex, and evening :March 14th. success Magnolia _Lake.
)d of DeaconsIF. Mr. and Mr.. !Mr. end Hr.. President ''a fine Is Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Lone, evening planned. The Mrs. Paul Stewart
The friends Morgan Lee
KlckliterE J. 1'. Quigley The lI..v. Frank many who attendedthe of Gold Head
E Chairman Organist J. T. Qulg.y EvaneeUeUo Robinson annex will be dedicated on the exercises went to Gainesville Saturday. Branch visited his
Service were not
disap parents, Mr. '
Mis. E. K.
id of. Powell TrusteesQ. Assistant Perryman Organist Tuea.Bible StudY eVening, each 7:30: e..ch o'rlday and Sun SecretarY.'l"r..R.llrer last Sunday in March, the 31st, pointed. The stage was beautifully Several from Brooker attendee' and Mrs. R. B. Lee over the
evening 7:30
: Rev.
Fred Yerkeel with appropriate exerciRes.LA'VTEY .
._ decorated with wild flowers A. A. Durden'a funeral Sunday: week-end. 4
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-- -- bunked afternon In Starke.
-- across in front of the Herbert Cloversettle and Frank .

ob Jones Easter Music Easter Sunrise ServiceAt lights. A large rainbow which I J. P. Roberts has lettered the xelsay were visitors to Starka '
By UUlliun. (Bill\ ) Plununer had been made by the teacherswas windows of his attractive store Saturday afternoon. ,

Will Be FeatureOf PresbyterianThe p ::!!-._..-7'- .
Methodist Service Before another issue of this the back of the stage, and the Mercantile Starke spent the week-end her
annual Sunrise Service will paper La publish e d, strawberryseason class motto, "Follow the Rain- with her
On Here I Whooping cough I" reported frillier I). J. Phillips.
intents will be
be held underway All Indications bow "
Easter made
Morning Services were con- morning at 6:30 out of royal blue among Brooker children. Good Sr.MI'
Hereafter ducted last Sunday at the First o'clock In the Presbyterian I be much are larger that' than our yield will\ letters, wus attached to the Inner .I thing the weather la warmer. and Mrs. Jo d. Prevatt and
Methodist Church Church. This is a service whereall last year'sand curve of the bow. Fresh children of Starke
air and visited
His sermon on thet by the pastor, I sunshine, diet and Mrs.'revatt's .
euti in our shipping facilities are
the The
the Rev. Frank Robinson. The denominations of Starke the was most beautiful correct elimination helps keep parents, Mr. and Mr. '
said,-and He was talking choir sang Nolte's anthem "Hos- are uniting. It Is highly significant best obtainable.Mrs. The young ladies all wore white down this formidable malady. W. W. Packham Sunday. .

R own disciples-"Ye are thef I anna to the Son of David" and that all\ Christians worship Earl Edwards Is attending evening gowns, the young gentlemen The H P. Morgans will spend H. G. Jarrell of Jacksonville t

the earth but if the salt the subject of the sermon was together at this early hour of Southern College in Lakeland this dark coats white trousers Kaater Sunday with relatives at spent the week-end here at the '
the day of Our Lord's Resurrection. Semester. and white shoes. Their i home
cOI'lIagesl I
"The Cost of of Mr. and M
lost its savour it is thence-I Triumph. Will 1st: on. r a. W. W.
Everyone is urged to attend Miss Marie Thede has recov- and boutonnieres were fashioned I 'ackham.. He was '
for nothing but to be The evening service was also I Mrs. Mann Huzen. Mrs. Vasco accompanied
good rainbow
service. It might be ered from a recent operation and arrangement borne Sunday by Mra Jarrell -
conducted : I and
the t
(out and trodden under the the by pastor assistedby added that of all worshippers the i Is now working; again as secretary The clans sat In double half Hazen and M r 18. Purvis Hazen little daughter who had spent the

jof man." When the editor a young people, whose choir early worshipper is truly "bold at B. H. S. circles on the stage with I the were In Gainesville Monday. past week with her parents here. k
sang special selection.
The of heart." speaker, principal and chairmanof Melvin Futch a member of the l>. J. '
Miss Anne Phillips Jr.
Moore ,
a boy in the country his new orchestra, under the leader- is visiting was a visitor -
An the County School Board, occupying school faculty has returned to to Starke
attractive service has been I relatives In Ocala this week. Saturday afternoon
used to tell him that he ship and direction of Emmett ,
seats In the middle of his home at Lawtey. Mrs. Futch W. W.
alt on meat not because the Perryman. played four selections. arranged by the Pastor of the Miss Barbara Moore Is visiting Packham. and James
the half circle which visited at Brooker last week and
formed the 'rlest
Church and the visited
of Jacksonville
the meat butit The of Young People relatives In Tampa this Sunday .
vould purify young people the churchIn the week-end. rainbow arangement.After attended the graduation exercises.Mrs. ,
would keep the germs the choir, and these additional Presbyterian Sigma Chi. The Mr. and Mrs. Jim Edwards of 9.
worship service will\ be the graduates had Muriel Norman another Percy and Othma
of Atlanta, Ga., last Sullivan 4
from getting Into the young people the orchestra are spent w k-en"
cay marched In teacher has to her home
their ,
to places therlrls' gone
around the famous of were visitors to Melrose
painting with Mr. Edward's Friday .
heard :
each .
la other words, salt Ised Sunday evening and parents.Mr.
the Norwegian artist, Axel Hjl1l1mar glee club sang "Ah, Lovely near Starke. night.
to stop corruption. Salt are helpful In carrying on the and Mrs. W. C. Wooten -
Ender. The picture "The' Meadows, a Czech Folk song. Mrs. Melva Harrell, also of Hugh Sullivan and Bart Hutch-
I "You can come so far but evening service. Jr., of Atlanta Ga.
I ,
Holy Women at the Tomb" now I were visiting The principal. C. E. McQauley, the faculty. Is at her home near Inson of the Brooker CCC Camp \
hall not pass through" me Next Sunday morning at 11 o'- hangs in a small wooden church friends and relatives here this I introduced the speaker of the Brooker. pent the week-end here. '}

your deadly work. All clock the pastor will conduct the I almost under the Artie Circle In week-end. evening, Prof. Constant, head of G. K. McGauley Is electioneering Mrs. Susie Hardee returned to I t

of sinful corruption shouldat Easter Sunday service. The choir Norway, where fishermen of the Prof and Mrs. I. n. Cody spent the speech department at the In his campaign for County her home here Saturday after an t')
the threshold of a Chris- has prepared special \Easter music last week at their '
village come to worship. home here. University of Florida, who spoke Superintendent of Schools. He 1* extended visit with her son and '4
heart. No slander and no and Infant baptism and the reception -I K. B. Harrell, who was reCently Interestingly and stressed the importance daughter-in-law .. "I ',
I Everyone Is Invited to the Sunrise here, there and about 'Ir. and Mr.. ,;,,
of wickedness sin
form or of members into the church employed by the Ferrell of "Finding The Facts"and Arthur Hardee '
of Lake
be able to pass through a : wllbe\ a part of the service. I Service. Jewelry Company In Jacksonville governing ourselves according Mrs. Sorchlo Baird will be at We Butler. ,.
are glad to( Mrs. liar- :
Itian on its road of wicked- Memorial flowers will be used I was visiting: his parents here this to facts not hearsay This the E. A. Convention at Orlando dee's health report ',
I greatly Improved.Miss .
and destrucL.pn. A chemistto for decoration. You are urgedto Christ's Last Words I week-end. was most opportune and timely' next week. She expects to I
Padgett spent "
( the editor that salt loses attend the Easter Sunday service Presented TonightAt I C. M. Davis was visiting lends Ince our year Is an election one return to her home In Brooker Monday night with Misses :Myr- t

( your because it absorbs cor- at the Methodist Church or I here last week-end. I and every good American should following that. lice and Marice Crosby of < Ji

bn.ere. I the church of your choice. j i Baptist Church I II O. J. Phillips was attending to I want to preserve OUt' Democracy I Lloyd Padgett's baby suffereda Brooker. .'; 1" ;

are multiplied thousands The Kaster Sunday evening I:business In Tallahassee lust Mon and do things "T h American severe fall ono day last week Mr. and Mrs C R. Moore and ..
I Of unusual Interest to all lie I It struck Its head on some object !
hrlstlans In the world who I service will be an informal one day.Mrs. Way sons Charles and Larrle o I
lost their savour. The, composed of congregational singIng -I: people of Starke is the announce M. B. Jane wan visiting E. J. Lewis, School hoard) as. It fell and caused an Indentation Gainesville spent Sunday with ,1.1.j

I' of their testimony the. special selections by the orchestra -I ment that on Friday night, Good friends and relatives In Lake Chairman, addressed the clans of the sku I 11 I, which Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. and .

ness of their Christian Ince and a special number by I Filday, March 22nd, the full cantata City last week. and presented the diplomas.The seems to be Improving at this Mrs. D. W Moore. ,:p \"

are gone because they the Young people' choir. i I 1 "The Seven Lust Words ofChrist" C. B. Bennett and E. A. \Edwards glee club sang "Jeannlc, writing, however Mrs D. W. Moore and Mrs. C. I \,

absorbed so much of the Prayer meeting service will\ ,be by DuBolg, will be pres- were business visitors In With The Light Brown Hair," in Mis. D. O. Vollenwleder' of R. Moore attended the funeral of j\ ',I:"'1

jTs corruption. When salt held Wednesday night with Mrs.A ., enl e41 l in the Starke Baptist Plant City this week. I a pleasing manner. Tampa anti Col. J. M. Markey of A. A. Durden at Santa Fe Cemetery '.

t its savour it ceases to ful- Wood In charge. I church. Appropriate to the occasion Mr. and Mrs. R R Thede were The class marched from the, WaycroHs, Gu., spent the week Sunday afternoon. i r '

he purpose of God back of Beginning Sunday night April I this cantata tells the storyof visiting In Gainesville last week. : stage and stood In line In the i with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. J, C. Prevatt and Miss ELsie itu'i f
Istence. It becomes uselesst 7th the evening hours of wor- our Lord on the cross, und as II. 'T. Godwin was visiting front of the auditorium where I Mr. and Mrs. Rurel Dukes of Belle Geiger attended the show ; ':

as a kind of. pavement on ship will\ be set forward one-half lit Is given with special lighting friends In Tallahassee last weekend 'they received congratulations. I Dukes. attended graduation at at Starke Friday night.

Ighway of life on which a hour. After this date prayer effects, It will be highly Inspir- The graduates were : the Brooker, Thursday night of lust Rev G. E. Cutshaw of Starke ( ,
d world travels. Recently meetings will be held at 8 0'- ing on this particular occasion Misses" Thelma Lee Starling I I week. will preach at the Baptist church ).If'': :.;

ditor was in Mexico where clock on Wednesday: Epworth Another feature that makes the RISING Lovey Ward. Wllln Mae Clemons, Miss Reba Lee Hardy of Sunday afternoon at 4:00: o'clock. 1j

served rather carefully the League meetings for Young people presentation of this cantata of By Mrs. II. II. Lewis I Geneva Pari'Ish, Lucile Hinton, Gainesville\ Is here visiting her I Everybody Invited to come. :I I
Otis situation. The Romanlie will be held on Sunday at real interest Is the fact that It Louise Crosby, Eva Fay Gainey. parents Mr. und Mrs. Charles Rev. J. Menshew of Lake Butler I'' {

Church In Mexico lost itsr. 7 p. m.; and the evening worship will be presented by the Junior Lem Brown of Sampson City Doris Mott, Martha Evelyn Mar- Hardy. I filled his regular. appointment at J
| In other words it did choir of the First Churchof was a dinner of Mr. and key, and Messrs John
service wilt begin at 8 o'clock. Baptist guest Hargrave, J. C. Harrell of Baldwin spent the Christian church here Satur- i,
function along the line of these Palatka, known over the state Mrs. R. M. Crosby Thursday. Robert Henry Hargrave, Austin I the week-end with hU family aUrooker. day night, Sunday morning and i,
of God. It did not real- Mission Hall for remarkable talent and ability Misses Irene Lewis and Elna Kelley, Everett Padgett, Bury night. ,I

ve men. It was Interested in in presenting the moat difficult Conner are spending this week In Molt, Bob Parrish, Alvin Howard Mrs. Joseph Sullivan and son, .-.<''
Mrs. Maggie Ward I Is I In
and its own cathedrals and' And TabernacleThe types of church and choral. music. LaCrosse.Mrs. Wilson Green, Howard Georgia, having been called by A. L. Sullivan, were visitors to itj\,
shrines, so It became fit I' The choir is composed of 48 boye Luther Harrell of Brooker Douglas.Mrs. I Starke Tuesday. 'Vti:
Illness of relative.
nothing but to b e trodden study of "Law and Grace" and girls, of ages ranging from spent Sunday with her parents, Sorchle Baird was piano a Mr. and Mrs. Mabry of JackWr:
foot of man. The govern- was completed Tuesday night at 12 to 20 years who have been Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. accompanist. Pvt. A. L. Crosby, Jr. has returned sonvllle visited Mr. and Mrs. E. ', :

took it over and the gov- the regular Bible Study at the trained dally by the Rev. J. C. Loran Conner of Gum Branch Friday morning the class wentto to Parr Island, S. C., S. Sibley Sunday. ''iI', I

ent owns the buildings and Mission Hall. The next chapterIn (Preacher) Sims. pastor of the was a dinner guest of Mr. and Starke to( have their 'photo after enjoying a short leave from There will be an Easter egg 1 l'1,

roperty. The church has lost the book "Rightly Dividingthe First Baptist church of Palatka. Mrs. W. C. Conner Sunday. I graphs made. They were accompanied the Marine Corps, which he spent hunt Sunday afternoon at the

of its power. The same Word of Truth" Is "The Be- The cantata was especially prepared Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas by Mr. McGauley. with relatives here. He will soon Baptist church. The hunt will "I

happened in Russia. The liever's Two Natures Much Interest for presentation on Easter of LaCrosse spent the week-end I Thus ended another eventful leave the training school for dutyIn be after church. Everyone is invited I ;

bh could have saved Russia, I Is being manifested in Sunday morning at the church in with Mr and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. year for these young people who Honolulu. to come and bring the childI,I/ '.
lit failed so Russia I has I these studies. Palatka and this will be the only, Jack Oliver of Oklahoma spent all plan to continue In school ren. !' ,

pled on the church. Protest- I Mrs. Russell McRae sent some time it is given except for the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Reed next year In Starke. SUNNY BROOK FARM I.,

ecclesiastical machinery has beautiful dogwood blooms and Special Easter services there. Taylor. Brooker school has been a good By Mrs.' Floyd K. Crosby PINE LEVELBy _df

ne interested in itself In the Mrs. W. A. Feeler sent some This choir. composed of boys and Mildred Thomas of LaCroHse one, with a professional faculty M.... II. M. McIUo
d States of America and roses. girls attending school. meets for spent the week-end with Miss that has at all times had the I I Mra Amanda Sllcox of Sturke

are beginning to tread on The grace of God brings salvation practice every day front eight to I Trene Lewis. best Interests of the school at Is upending this week with her Elder W. E. Hull of Green Cove

[ machinery. The only thingcan Justifies. gives us a stand- nine o'clock before going to heart, and working untiringly to- sister MI'.. Evelyn Crosby. Springs filled his regular appoint-

save Protestantism in ing with God. opens the way tol I school, and the male section meets HAMPTON ward that end. Assisted by the J. R. Kelly, Fred Halslop and ment at Pine Level church last

j'nited States or In any othern the throne of God and gives those again for one hour every after By 1\1111" Ada JVIinmo best P.-T A. In Floridathey Wutren J. Dobbs were business week-end.

of the world is the regen- who believe the blessed hope of noon. think-they have been able to visitors to Jacksonville Satur. Mrs. Hall was called to Macon, :1

[on power of God. There!! the return of the Lord. No Christian '; The program begins at eight Mrs. Ella H.irtllne Is visitingIn steadily advance the educational day.Jack Ga., because of the Illness of her

come a mighty sweeping re-. can be complete In his Christian o'clock and as was the case last Tampa this week. program. Ward!, and Lawrence DeRouche mother Mrs. Thornbrldge.

which will cause the Pro-I r life without these manifesta week when the Student's League Axel Olson left this week for Entf'rtaln.t Itrldge j and children of CreHcent, Mis. W M. Wesley and son.

|nt organization to functionthe I tions. Luck of these things of Many Nations appeared, a Torrlngton Conn., after spendingthe Mrs. I'll r via Hazen was hostess On., spent lust week here with Hilly Fender, of Orlando a re

line of God's purpose, I shows Itself In worldliness. Indifference capacity crowd is expected, and winter at his home here.L. : at her home Friday afternoon toj;i Mr and Mis. Calvin Ward andi spending a few days here with

otestantlsm will be trampledfoot. to the lost condition I j I good seats will be taken early G. Johns Jr., who spent the 1', small group of I 111 ell"I s for i Mr. and Mill Henry howard Mr. and Mrs Austin Fender. I

of mankind, prayer lessness, fel- All are most. cordially Invited winter In Washington D. C., has I bridge. Two tables' were arranged -|,;I: Mrs. Ileuldh Kelly, Mrn Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. It. M. McRae and

one time there were hun-I lowshlpping with the ungodly, I and us the custom of this church returned to his home here. I with Mrs. Luclun Hazen' Crosby and Mr and Mis. J. It. children and Mrs. H M. McRae I

of good churches in Africa. and open unbelief. The virus of I jno admission i Is asked. It Is The Rev Curl Sweazy of Los winning the high score, and Mrs. ,I. Kelly and children spent Sunday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N.

churches become Interested I Christ-denying "Modernism" who[ sincerely hoped! every person InI Angeles; Cat preached at the Vusco Hazen, low. In Urooker with Mr. und Mrs. Norman und Mrs. Ida Harnage lahw

putting' hairs and emphasiz- have no deadly effect If all whoprofess I Starna will be in attendance. Baptist church last Sunday morn- An Easter decorative motif! Colonel Crosby : Gum Branch section Sunday
t 0 have received the As Is the custom I n accord In at 11 o'clock. was used which was. charming I afternoon.
(nonesHentlal tech nlcalltles.
I Mr. and Mm.. J. C. Sapp and
failed di- grace of God were earnest In with the triumphant spirit of Mrs. C. L. Houscr will return 'and the refreshments at the close| Miss Odessa McRae spent
to out the of Sun-
carry City spent
son Sampson
I command to preach the Gos- their search of the truth as It is Easter time, when singing a ndprul.se :o her home In Flntrock, Ala.I .,/ of the games were most (ieilghtUI. day with Mr. and l Mrs. Marcus Thursday night with Miss [)or- 4

o every creature. They lost in Christ Jesus. best expresses the Chris-I his week after an extended visit, ( Conner heu: Norman at Gum Branch.
became' TABKRNAI: : I tian's feelings over the fact of I with her mother, Mrs. J. M. The ladles enjoying thin occasion Lavon Alvarez of Vanderbilt '
ilsslonary spirit and The sponsors had charge of the the resurrection, the choir of the" \Maxwell.! i were: Mrs. L. McKlnnon, Mrs. J It. Kelly and children was visiting W. C. Oliver Sunday. '
Jested In themselves. They
1"U their own souls and their ervlces at the Tabernacle last Baptist church directed by John Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- Mrs. J. 1'. Roberts Mrs. Harmon spent last Thursday In Lake Butler Miss Carrie Alvarez has returned -

intellectual and their Friday night. Though; there were Powell, will present the follow- worth and Mrs. George Rhames, Morgan Mrs. Lucien iltizen. Mrs. visiting her parents, Mr. and home after spending several -

peculiar religious delight prejudices many other activities that night, ing music from "Life Everlast- Jr., were shopping In Jacksonville -. Vasco Hazen Mrs. Fred Hazen, Mrs. A, L. Drlggers. '' months at Ormon Beach.
Petrle. Sunday morning: and Mrs. Hazen. Miss Elizabeth Phillips I I I I of f'
Shtlng each other and argu- there was a fine group to enjoy ing" by ;. last Friday. Ralph Herbert Alvarez 0 Penney
about their Interpretations. the service. "Darkness Relgneth" sung by W H. Maxwell of Jacksonville i Ladle Aid !Meet. Starke was visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Farms and Lorenzo Alvarez of Jt

settled down Into the worlde The Rev. G K. Cutshaw had the entire choir. an employee of the S. A. L. Ry.I Every: one of the club members Floyd Crosby last Monday.Mr. the Brooker CCC Camp spentTrJ'

Satan's seat is. Later the charge of the Sunday night ser- "Ye Slow of Heart," a tenor Co., spent the week-end with his who attended the Ladles Aid and Mrs. Russell Normanof Saturday night with their par-
immedan vice. solo sung by Mr. John Powell mother. Mrs. J. M. Maxwell. at Mrs. J. K. Douglas' last Tues, Vanderbilt were visiting relatives ents. Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez
revival over
'a. If these early swept African April 7th will mark the anniversary I- "The Great Example," a bass School down Here day had a pleasant afternoon as Is. here Sunday afternoon. .

'hes had functioned along of the Mission Hall work.A solo by Mr. Luther P<
ne of the and com- special service will be givenon "Crown the Risen King," sung I the Junior High School were con- Sewing and spring planning kept McRae of Pine Level and Miss visiting H. &1. McRae Sunday aft

I of God purpose there would not that day. which will be Sun- by the entire choir.In ducted In the school auditorium them busy until refreshment time. Vesta McRue of Starke were ernoon.M. -1
been forty-two million Mo- day. It Is hoped that many of addition to the special last Monday night March 11th. The next meeting will be at I visiting \Mr! and M r s. L. A. L. Bennett of Rising was a

edans in the country for the friends on this work will be music the pastor will bring f I Five boys and three girls formed Mrs. Doris Kelley's home with ,, Crosby one day last week. dinner guest o f H. M. McRae
church to at this present to participate in this I brief Easter message. speakingon I the graduating class. The motto| Mesdames 0 11s I Barry, L. L. I|I Mr. and Mts. H. B. Kelly and Sunday.
memorial program. The children "Those Who Never Die." At I chosen was: "We go forward,I'Parker and Tom Markey co- I baby and Buck Woods spent Sunday Arthur Murrliee of Brooker wall

| the evening hour. the sermon> though the rocks be rugged." {I hostesses This will be TuesdayIMarch !I In Ilrlcevllle with relatives a dinner guest of Mr' and :Mrs.

I subject adding to the Easter'I'I The stage was beautifully dec, 26th. I I: Mr. and Mr.. Joe Starling and V. A Browning Sunday.The .

INSURE WITH i theme of the morning will be, "Is) orated with greenery and a rock I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons I|, baby of Starke were visiting her farmers here are getting

JR. J It Nothing To You Who Pass garden enclosed In a lovely white and Mian Doris Mott made a trip parents Mr and Mrs. Herm their crops planted and getting
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, By ?" fence.. entwined with green vines. V to Jacksonville last Friday.i Thomas Sunday afternoon. .I ready t o gather strawberries. !

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY. BONDS I Announcement Is made that the| A. J. Thomas. of Starke, the I i I and Mrs. Mlntz and daughters A crowd attended the Corinth,, The berry crop looks fine and a
Men's banquet. planned earlier, principal speaker of the evening|! of Jacksonville spent lust I II Y. P U social at the home' iFants are full of green fruit und

hone 71 STARKE FLORIDA _ _:: .. ha been postponed until Fridayare was Introduced by Judge E. K. .'; Bunch"y.with. Mrs. Mintz' parents -I'of Mr. and< Mrs. T. N. Norman)i bloom 1 1
I Perryman and delivered an Inter-!' Mr. and Mrs Lee Gamey. of Gum Branch Thins.lay. night i ii Mrs, H. M McRae and daughter

II I planning Interesting songs) esting and appropriate address. Mrs. Galney U convalescing from I i of lust v.'cck. II I Iturnn Miss Ve' ta McRae. and Owen

DIRECTOR and recitations for the occasion. He gave the youn' people advice a recent long Illness and U atj I Pro-.vn of Plant City and' MrRae were visiting Mr und ,
FUNERAL Render Easter Sunday morning the: and' encouragement that will\ last her Brooker residence. |I Fate Brown have returned from, Mrs. T N. Norman and Mr. and.
My' Many Year. Experience Makes It Possible. for :Me o children's group will go to Tlb- throughout life Mr. and Mrs Leeland Brown,I pa trip to the north with a load Mrs. L. A, Crosby Thursday aft

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COUKTEOCS SERVICE bett's Sunrise service at "Parkof t!. J. Lewis of Brooker, chair- enjoyed their week-end company''' of farm produce. ernoon. L

MODERATE PRICESDeWITT the Palms." Keystone Heights.!; man of the School Board, delivered their children the Artford ;,I I G. M. Bennett has returned We are glad to see. the ones !U
C. JONES They have been asked to assist'In a brief address. after Browns and the Sanford Hitches I from a month's stay In Jasper who have been 111 so long able

SUrke Florid the program. I which he awarded the diplomas. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas White. ]i and points In Georgia. to attend church again.'W' I

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The Bradford County Telegraph to the shout world the and new feel that intentions much and has been aims ac to! County Political Developments J

J.tabU/lht'd:. 1877 complished. In fact, such a procedure is

apt to be a handicap. Over-publicized aims :

r blu.bed'et'kly on Friday and Knteml' as 8f'e. are always under: careful scrutiny by self- I Circuit Judges' Pension: A kins AnnouncesFormally Hewitt Makes FormalAnnouncemellt Woman Calldidate

/ on4 Class MatU-r at the 'OItt Office at Starke, Fla. For Re- For County I
appointed critics. If the effort is a sincereone \ Debated At Townsend Youn F,
the evidences will be plain for all to MeetingThe I NominationJUJge State Senate First Time ?*
? :. see. If slips are made by the wayside, their meeting of the Starke A. Z. Adklns, in makinghis Ernest Hewitt, former Union A note of coloi was

RIM PRESS ASSOcIATION\\ importance is lessened and the damage' done Townsend Club In the courthousehere formal announcement t his i I I County Representative this week the county politic' Picture'addtt'

i is easily repaired if the individual Monday night became Interesting candidate to succeed announced for State Senator week with the announcement
more week
as a
-=:- 3tocw; ?"jP.o-tida. when two of the three can- i from the Fifteenth Senatorial District Mrs. Sam Anderson wi m 1
alone knows that he must pick himself up of this himself as Judge of the Eighth composed of Union and candidate for the '
didates for Circuit
E. L. Slatrliews ___________ Editor and Owner Judge ffice ,
and carry on again. circuit, present as guest speak- Judicial Circuit said: "My can- Bradford counties.Mr. visor of registration i, t
debate didacy la based upon my official member of the lIeved to be the tjf
SUBSCRIPTION RATE 'ers, held a pro and con Hewitt as firs
Let your "rebirth" this Easter come record and service In the office; old a woman has .
around the subject of pensionstor House, Introduced the first evei offertA
Yearly. $1.50; SU: Month*, 75c-Payable In Advance from within. If it is genuine it will soon circuit judges. The heated characterized by a firm under- age pension measure in the 1937 I salaried public office |In.t
Advertlatng Rate on Application enough be obvious on the surface. *' argument proved highly entertain standing and a fair and Impartial Legislature pro v iding $30 a ford County. Mrs
ing to the crowd of around 100 administration 0 f the matters I month for those 65 ,and older. stated that she will llItie
O connected with the Court In strict
person I Formerly principal 0 f Raiford formal announcement nenj
Bible Continues As Rest Seller Finland Hasf Lost, The meeting opened at eight aCCQrdance with the law." He of I school he has taught schools in Formal announcement

While The World Fights o'clock with the Club President stated that the co-operation 'Columbia and Taylor counties, county commissioner jtrict *
And So Has The Rest of The World
the people of the Eighth
headlines heralding the latest Charley E. Johns presiding. After and Is deeply interested In better 3. South Starke Were,
: Amid I
Finland has lost, and with the other opening and the flag Circuit In Court has enabled himto schools. He Is married and has by J. H. Fields and o. c'a;

news from a war-weary world, one little item spoils of war has gone something good and salute the'minutes prayer and reports render efficient, honest and one child a daughter.As Mr. Fields states that i if*' ,

stood out recently like a ray of hope. It was wholesome-the belief that the people of .were dispensed with and the first faithful service to the people who Representative he worked he will use a portion of f Mary
a had matters connected with the
the announcement that the Bible, long recog- of the three candidates for Circuit for completion of State Road 49 for the aid of undcipnv,
small Court and that It will be his pur-;
live and industri-
country can happily children In the
world's best-selling book madea Judge Henry L. Gray of the In Baker and Union counties, and county jj,
the out
nized continue to
as pose carry
ously at pace with the world, unmolestedby Gainesville, was introduced to construction of a new bridge I further explained his p11UU\ \
record for itself during 1939. duties of the office in the same later date. He Is
new bullying neighbors whose insatiable the audience.Mr. .I fair humane and Impartial man: across the Sante F e River at local fraternal vvell-kc,

The New York Bible Society reports that greed tempts them into war. Gray confined his remarksto I ner as' heretofore. I I 1 I Worthington Springs. his: been commander circles of he J$

998,652; copies of the Scripture and Scrip- a campaign speech pure and Adklns further said that In a statement outlining i
Judge W. and president of
It was another dark day for Europe simple; giving hla backgroundand I candidacy, Mr. Hewitt said: the I
his to take the retired -
tural distributed during the by refusing Townsend Club.
portions were for 'I "After careful consideration
when the Finns stating qualifications
plucky gave a hopelessand he could
year-this being the highest number for a the office he seeks. Saying he Judge's salary as ., and numerous contacts, I am an-I O. C. Cason is one 01 I
have done last April and
impossible struggle against overwhelm-
for State r ford best
had lived here in Starke at one I nouncing my candidacy County's know
: like period in history. ming odds. It is only logical to assume that time In his life and completing case he would have drawn balance retired Senator for Union and Bradford! most successful strawberry|
for the -
"There is nothing in life more rewarding Stalin, like his partner in deviltry-Hitler, the sixth grade of school here of Judge's his life salary-he did not do countlea. I have resigned my I ers and general truck f tJt
before he position to make this race and This Is the first time he hts!|
than the realization of the exquisite spiritual moving away explainedthat
will be spurred by each new victory and so abd said that he wants to
makIng announced for
he had 13 practiceIn some of my friends say I am any public (
values to be found through a closer studyof that he will continue to ravage other small criminal and civil years law behind work for his .salary as long as I: a sacrifice. It Is a sacrifice but he has a wide circle oft

the Word," the report concluded.The countries now that he has once tasted the him and how he believed he had he serving Is able his to present work-and term and that one by but I am not running for Senator and acquaintances through;:
life the three toa I to seek honors for myself. county.
old saying that "While there's prerequisites necessary
fruits of conquest. i more. he will save the tax pay-
Rather, I feel that I can be of
judge honesty, integrity
there's hope" might be paraphrased into ers 27500. And. said the Judge, NEUTRALIZE QUICKljj
What, where, or when the end will be, ability. "A Circuit Judge should should the people have to service to the people and especially -
'While the world still reads the Bible thereis know the value of he "Why the old people."In EXCESS STOMACHAcid
no man can say.. The sympathies of all money pay two salaries while I am able
the 1937 Legislature I supported stomach causes 1 bee
said, and stated that he had been
hoper"o God-fearing people are with Finland in its to do the ,work The tax payers the
earning his own way since his should not be burdened with such measures affecting gas and Indigestion. You mi
hour of defeat, but that must be poor con- first year in college. additional taxes just to give another needy old people, blind, widows, trallze this acid quickly|
1 They Speak of "Economy"With ,,and dependent' children grlcul-1 a spoonful of BiRma.a .
solation Senator Johns then introduced ling
indeed to a people nursing the man a job. The State Is
Tongues in Their Cheeks ture, business and labor. sup- glass of water after every|
Col. D. E. Knight of Starke, also badly in debt'J.ow and has many '
wounds of an unjust, unholy war of con- '
ported the measure! providing $3- It Is delicious tasting
That fascinating and enlightening column a candidate for the bench. At unpaid bills and many of Its citizens
for old assistance! of 50 doses for :(
quest. fiOO.OOO age bottle Mcj
... the beginning of his speech Col. are in distress and need
; called the "Washington Merry-Go- ** without any new taxes."I 'at the Rexall Drug Ston
n..,_ Knight took a vote on whetheror help and this, money should be I I. .
r, Round" has recently been throwing the -' -- not the listeners wanted to saved for them. I voted to repeal the gross penter's Drug Store In SI

:t healthful light of publicity on that infamous Food Can Win or Lose hear "penson matters" discussedor Judge Adklns said everybody receipttax defeat; the voted sales against tax bill.and ANNOUNCEMENT'or ;
helped -
of too The War If Long Continued other matters. A show of clue has to work for' his living
r practice many Congressmen, "I am opposed to the no fence (Cwuutr .lRmiNiuu.r.-l!
commonly known as nepotism awarding There has been bitter fighting in the hands was of 100 pension percent matters for a, and discussion and why shouldn't he work for law,but I believe the State Road I will be a candldat from DttH fnr,i iOommlHHloncr

: current war but the belligerent armies have: bin as he has always done? Department should fence main South Starke Hiihjvct t. l I.(|
jobs to relatives whose duties often con- this was taken to mean the list- of the, Voters In tlu It)>irf,
If elected, I shall deVote
been involved eners did not want a political highways. liii May 7. If ..l lp>'I.d.l
hardly used marl fmlH
sist of nothing more than endorsing their Weapons I Governor. Thus, if a candidate my best effort to securing .., to carry out the ,null,
pay checks every thirty days. thus far have been principally economic and speech.Mr. I for Circuit'Judge does not receive more money for old age pensions oft I It-o to the h..t of iiy ,J
Knight began his address vote and ,ir r|
Your Huppr
a majority at the polls he is not"defeated" I aid .to, widows, orphans. and .
"Despite all the furore about economy diplomatic. And now, as hostilities enter with remarks showing how the r Kreatly I upprtclatertJtetipeftfully
since the Governor i the blind. I shall work for more
the seventh month, the question of food be- new industrial conditions and html o C u f
Hill the
budget slashing on Capitol ancient has the right to appoint I ,farm-to-market roads where
economic conditions have left '
t., practice of nepotism flourishes there gins to overshadow all others. old without a right, on. Since a judge is not, needed good schools, cheaper I'or County (.C'omnilMnl <
!: many persons, "defeated" he can voluntarily retire -,',auto tags aid to farming business I Kin qualified and unison
: as merrily as ever, the Merry-Go-Round Already well known are the spartan means of livllhood and have not from office after the primary self a candidate for I the o"!
livestock and naval
stores ,
for them. "I favor," he County CommlHMloner from I
'I 1 charges. measures being taken in Nazi Germany in provided election and receive the pension. industries. 3. Bubject to the will of t tt

\\, "Last year, after hacking a large chunk desperate{ effort to conserve meager food said alleviate"any this'pension condition plan ,that" and will]I the speaker claimed. "Upon my past legislative re-I "Your"S on vote election and support day. Muv will 7lk

.. out of the relief appropriation, Congress, 3upplles. The Allies moved slowly in restricting there was much applause. Inman was unanimously elected I cord, and these pledges, I humblyask predated humaneau and ..-will that. Hid nf mi tunderprivileged
VIce-President of the club to the citizens of the district
succeed to
't on the aggrieved plea that it was over- food, but they too have'recently fire Col.on Knight the circuit(then Judge's opened l pension verbal I I A. .A. Durden who died last i give my candidacy favorable con- ford County. children ol

worked and didn't have enough clerical help, been forced to take drastic steps. England, I passed by the last legislature week. I sideration.' Hellp"clf..l1y..J H F

m voted an additional $1,500 each for this which must import or perish, has clamped which gives 'Circuit judges the __

purpose. Many members have used the down hard on the nation's dining table. I right to retire on two-thirds pay I %.. .
after serving 12 If they .
1 I money for clerical hire, but to others it Each adult is permitted to spend only forty, are over 60 years yeais of age. He I

has just been a juicy gravy-bowl windfall. cents a week on pork, beef, or mutton. In charged that the statement of

", "Since the session convened in January, France, traditional home of good things to "the present Judge" saying he st.1.eJratIO.o. .
would retire .on the pension if I JI
the names of relatives have popped up on eat, still more severe restrictions have gone defeated "Is an attempt to deprive II

the enlarged Congressional payroll like toadstools into effect; restaurants can serve only two- you of your free choice at \ S

after a summer shower." course meals, and pastry shops must close the polls when he says you will 'la
both if one of his opponents .
The authors to three days week. It is believed that this pay
,., go on publish a long a is elected." .

list of offenders, and conclude their column is but the beginning. The Starke attorney said the I 6000, -

with the observation that "Every of Circuit Judge could not get a -
: one Fears that the Allies may be shut off
pension if he was defeated be-
the above Congressmen has made economy from essential supplies has caused some pes- cause then his retirement would

: speeches this session and voted to cut the simists to forecast their probable defeat. not voluntary as the act pro-

'1 I appropriations of other branches of the The United States Ambassador to Great vides. He added however, that r-
J. even If the present Judge were SPECIAL GOODYEAR
Government. Britain is to have said
reported that Hitler defeated and could after all, receive -

The stock of any man who is insincere has a 55-45 chance of winning the war, but the pension It would only!! I PATHFINDER PRICES

enough to make economy gestures with one the majority of experts are still betting on coat the people one-fifth of a ft b '
'. hand and pay out huge sums of unearned England and France if hostilities drag out cent Candidate per year Knight per person.pointed outs, ii1' Today's long-run, low-cost 'leader

.!. money to undeserving relatives with the over a long period of time. Germany's main the dangers of the pension as a'precedent" I t ; t' ., Take advantage of this 10-day sale to

other, suffers a drastic and immediate drop think lies in saying that soon I ; z put
hope, they "blitzkrief" I : U sal. Pathfinder Tires on carl
office holder in the state your
; : in our estimation. The evil will never be lightning attack to force a swift decision. would every be getting a pension. He1 01 *,

I. : abolished, however, until the public becomes _ n pledged to his listeners that he' "0 ; ?

.: ; sufficiently aroused to demand ingrained would, If elected use all his Influence $777
Spring has arrived here this year in al to have the pension law
as well as superficial honesty in its public
dress even more beautiful than usual.! repealed and would never acceptIt : .,
servants. himself. He said the law permitted .
f' O Everyone acknowledges that never before; the danger of paying two I' I. :: i
-------- 4.7s-19or5.OO-19. $5.90
has such heavy bloom been noted tree
on if
men anyhow because the I t '
V "Reborn" ,.j'
Desire to He -
..,; bush, and vine. Streets, private yards, and present Judge were reelected he 5.25-18or5.50-.18. 6.90
Is Prevalent at Eastertime could then voluntarily retire and -o ,
1?:' The desire to be "reborn" is present in woodlands throughout the county are amass another judge would have to be) i' 5.2S.-17or5.50-47. 7.20
of brilliant azaleas, pink redbud, white appointed. ;
." almost every man or woman, and is especially | 6.25-16 or 6.50-16. 9.55
dogwood, and yellow jasmine. The riot of The third candidate and Incumbent -
;- strong at this season of the year- bloom is probably accounted for by the fact for the position of Cir, ;,. N.t price.-with your old tire

Eastertime. The means by which such rebirth cult Judge A. Z. Adklnn was] ',- OTHER SIZES PRICED IN PROPORTION
o that the unusually cold January held buds :
introduced to the audience. ComIng ,
is made possible is not so clearly defined 0. YOU GET OUR LIFETIMEGUARANTEE
: back, causing them all to come out at the to the point quickly, he said

however, in the human mind. same time. It is just Mother Nature's way "My friend Knight wants to mislead Op
Lloyd C. Douglas, minister and author the people about the Circuit ,
of celebrating the break-up of a hard winter. c
Judge's pension. Cabinet officers -
I of such: well-known novels as "The Magnificent S .. Every Goodyear Tir. Is guaranteed to you u>
,; Obession that Eastertime O Supreme Court Justices, writing-NOT for 12. or 18. or 24 mODtha-bul
\ teachers and others are receiving lor 1U FULL LIFE. without time or mileageGOODYEAR'S liml .,
is the best season of the year to take stock'l' Figures showing that Bradford Coun' pensions some for years. Why S

of life and what it has held and can hold ty's death rate from automobile accidents not Circuit Judges?" A little I
later he said "I will not take the
i t. in the future. In a recent magazine article i is the second highest among counties of pension as long as I am able to GREAT"G3"

he points out that it is never too late for a less than 10,000 inhabitants come as a con earn my bread and butter (as ALL-WEATHER

I man to be born again who has the sincere siderable shock in spite of the fact that Circuit Judge), If I did a thing Fayo t. of million Now .Iepped UP

: desire to retrace his steps, Road 13 is. noted for its fatalities. There like that you should take brickbats iainil.aq.DOwNLap.ic.l I

I.: "Rebirth," on the whole is not a mat- are two kinds of publicity-good and bad. of this and town.sticks Why and run raise me cane out S.29-1S 4.7519r 5.00-19 $ 8.35
or 5.50.18 9.30
' : ter of sudden metamorphosis. It is more A reputation for accidents definitely comes about the Circuit Judges Pension I I I S 5.25.17 5.50.17 10.20
Bill ? It's
not coating the taxpayers
;; apt to be a painstaking' matter of review of under the heading of "bad." Every citizenof one cent today. Why 1" no- 6.00-16: . 11.11

' past mistakes and an effort, if possible, to the county. should accept it as his per thing said about the pensions of 6.ZS.IgorG.50.16 . 13.50

3 rectify them. If 'family harmony has been sonal duty to see that Bradford County's the school teachers cabinet officers. UMf COJT .HIGH VALUE Net price-with your old lira

split by holding a grudge against one member rating is improved the next time similiar and others, Supreme? I'll tell Court you Justices why- I OTHER SIZES PRICED IN PROPORTIONSTOP

'. which has resulted in the entire family statistics are published.O. someone else wants the Job regardless. -

Ic ; taking sides' a friendly act or overture from ." ; at the Diamond Sign and SAVE
Judge AdkIns said he wanted A.fc about our-fO-tO-OFFtR on all Coorfyoar Try '
a member of one faction toward a member According to Russell Kay, Confuciussay w
to be Judge right on and work
of the other will go far in healing the : "Politician who throw mud loses ror his living. but saId If he wan ,|

._ wound. ground." defeated he would take the pen-' *
slon. He explained:: that Circuit REGISTER! MOTOR COMPANYCorner
Friends can help in the search for an O
Judges were appointed by the
; achievement of a new life, :Mr. Douglas be- To qualify, or not to qualify I I I Sat- Governor und confirmed by the

lieves, but the burden of the effort must berried urday night at 12 o'clock is the deadline for Senatenot elected. The results Madison and Walnut Streets

' by the individual. It isn't enough the 1910 field of hopeful candidates. !. of recommendation the primary served of only as the Phone 103 Starke Florida
a man to the ,

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