Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 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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oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01127
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the first time in history, Bradford County above may be seen a small section of the cars and is the new Lawtey platform which is the scene the berry deal this year for the first time. At

growers are marketing their crop with the pick-up trucks that lined the Farmers' Market of feverish activity as shipments move into full right above Earl Edwards is seen waving goodbye .

lor of adequate platform facilities. At left I here as the season openedVan last week. At center i swing. Both of these markets are being used in as he pulled out with the first refrigerator truck ;.'

of berries to leave Lawtey this season., Q.. ,

CertificatesI I I., What Of Election, When Told and Why- CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTSBig I Cone Starke Will MondayGovernor SpeakIn Growers Realize ,r .

i Celebration I A New Wrinkle Johns Started Fred P.: Cone will '
Date of Firat Primary: May First
To 1920n $100,000 :
lor I :
7th. At Gold Head Branch. Speaking Tour HereState bring his active campaign for ,

Date of Second Primary: May I election to the United States Senate '

No Good 28th. I' A large crowd from here Is.. Senator Charley E. JohnR to Bradford County Monday As 2nd Week EndsOutlook I

Polls Open at 8:00: a. m. expected to attend the all-day : fired the opening gun In his race I afternoon at 2:30: o'clock when he -

Polls Close at Sundown. I celebration which will be held at for Congress on the street here speaks! at the corner of Call and Good .For
Deeds v
Clerk Says Tax Poll Tax payment Is not necett- Gold Head Branch State Park last Saturday. afternoon when he Thompson Streets. ft1:
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Must Be Applied For sary. I next Wednesday :n commemoration made his first campaign speech Ills many friends here are ,

Before June 12, 1910 Candidates must file three cam- of the 7th anniversary of before a good-sized crowd of planning to give him a rousing Month Shippers Say H1
tax certifl- paign statements, the first not the Civilian! Conservation Corps. "homn folks. I reception and It Is expected! thata ''J '
persons holding more than 30 nor less than 25: 'The event Is being staged byVeterans' large cl'o.4d. will turn out to llradford strawberry grower : ,
more than 20 years old days prior to the First Primary Company 2444, CCC.A Briefly reviewing hla political hear "Old Suwnnnee," one of the have grossed their first hundred i'i f
make application for tax and' -.q career Senator Johns Maid that colorful In the political thousand dollars and are well on 4.f :
most figures
7 Is the earliest date,
April I free barbecue will be servedat in j
before June 12, 1940 or he run for state representative I' .
U the latest. limelight. their way to another as the season (]1 4 j.
12 at midnight
certificates will become April noon and a political speaking 193-4 and for the state senate in hero draws near the end of ->j{ ",
The Second statement must I I been to begin at both
less under provisions of aLie has arranged 1036 and was elected to Its second week. Torrential rain
passed by the 1939 State filed not earlier than April 25: 10 a. m., continuing until 12, "resuming places. "I promised at that time Same Berry Truck Sunday night, which filled the lf J.,<(

flam! i e. nor later than midnight of April at 2 p, m., and. continuing thnt I would consider this officeas In Another Wreck creeks and, flooded the flatwoods, f- I If
29. the afternoon. Pro- t and return It to '
calling attention to this im- throughout a sacred I runt I hurt the quality somewhat, but ;
'The third statement must not minent officials of the National tliii. people untarnished.," he said ,?
nt legislation Clerk of thet I A $1.500 Heml-traller and tractor damage was minimized by cool | .
be filed to May 29, and not Park Service, the Florida FOI.estand "I that office I i 'I
prior um today returning J
| A. J. Thomas this week together': with Ha 350crateloud weather which set In Monday. A \
later than midnight of June 7. Park Service, and other to and I Invite the
you 'V'I
oed the fact that application of local strawberries, all hot sun and a rising mercury >
lax: deeds must be made wlth-. National. and State candidatesfile speakers will address the visitors. c Nr tion of my legislative InsPl'c-'I' property of( Edwin Torode, local would have told a sad, slid story :". ;

re.na><\,.twjl;:;socmthaJn order, with thd' Secretary! of State There will be no admission an open book" shipper and. automobile dealer, for Bradford County ', i iFollowHrnrtthe >
'on this ,
protect the interests of the and County candidates 'with the charge to the''purk day Senator Johns stated that he was: loot by accident and tire dgwnpoun prices ,:,''
clerk of the Circuit Court. and all facilities of the place will bus "a 100 "percent labor record o' ,. ,
r certificates dated priore Thursday, morning about four Rugged to a 'low of |2.23 farly'
12, 1920. Failure to file campaign state be free, to the public. The camp In Tallahassee" during the three clock. this week but an noon as soft i' >

be law, as passed by the tenure ments vitiates a nomination. personnel will be on duty to con- salons, he nerved In the leglslnti The vehicle, driven by Tommy berries were off the bushes the jl "
states that "-when such duct visitors through the area, re" and I that he was the co-ln- Gill and Vntico Forsythe, with market strengthened; and rood; ,
(kale becomes 20 years old court of thin state, and no tax showing the work project and explaining tloducer of the Workman's Compensation Gill driving at the time of the fruit was selling at $3.25 and

pall be demed and held to bed deed shall issue thereof." I various phases of the Lnw In 1935. lie was !i, accident, was bound for northern $3.30 at the Farmers' Market yes- T,

by this statute of llmita- The provisions of this act do'CCC program also Hiicceaful! In getting Increased .:I markers. Near Illdgeland, B. C., terday. One fancy lot of seven
and no action on such cerate not apply to tax certificates that I The general public Is Invitedto waxen" fur employees at the State (he truck was rammed by another rates brought $4 at the platform ''i.
shall be been sold under provisionsof attend the event and an enjoyable FiUon Farm and for employes of In
maintained by have truck, the gasoline tank exploded, Liiwtey Wednesday L
such Act. day Is promised to all r the State Uoiid Department working load I I ,
private holder In any the Murphy I and the trailer, tractor and elnoob
t. In IJ.udfortl! County. were burned GUI and Forsythe Weeks' average for the 25.anI. 1
Senator Johns promised. to escaped Injury crates' that have moved '

monkey Baseball Was A Laugh FestFrank Don HooverA work for Increased old age pen Thin Is the Hume truck belong Bturke ami Liiiwtey since '
sions and reminded his hearersof
ing to Torodtt that turned over nenday of last week Is estimated j'l
automobile accident the fact that he Introduced the <
recent ,
old that Sunday morning, March 31, near at $3.25, meaning a gross" return '
In the .
truth saying
If there Is
in which he was severely Injured Townsend Dill In the State Legislature Brunswick. Ga. with damage to grower of $82,856.50. Season 1
one picture Is worth 5.000 words, then here Ifl will not prevent Don L, and brought It to a vote amounting to1 $(\\00. Thin time total now stand at 1,147-

the equivalent of 25,000 words describing the Hoover from making an active In the Senate. He also uld he the truck Is a totul IOHH., The 70B pints, for which growers have ;tll:
debut of donkey baseball in Starke week before campaign for the office of County would work for the eliminationor truck and load wero covered by received 10527050. I 'I II

last. Neither word. or pictures, however, Judge. He l Is shown here as he red tape In connection with insurance, Torode said.Holland I II I (Continued on page eight) t ,
makes tour of Call Street,
hil- a pensions
describe rib-splitting
can adequately
greeting voters In his customarily He denied the charge that he
of the occasion I I J
arity 1
r friendly manner 'opposed the Kural Electrification Had Good Crowd

r I bill In the Legislature, and offered I

First WomanIn the records, of the Senate !
County Races journal as proof, At Meeting Here TuesdaySpeaking :

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g tc MI'!!. Sam I Jurors Drawn before the second I urges the people who are handling. I '
Andersoncandidate t crowd to turn out for a gubernatorial : nearly half of the fruits and f 1

for | For Circuit Court candidate In the current ,! vegetables being produced by the
lykl + county Super campaign, Spetmnrd I.. Holland I I farmers and growers of Florida,"
'r Ms visor of Reg- Lost week 3ft "fiood and law state senator und prornln- Holland/ said In speaking of his '

lId I rat Ion, enjoys ful" men In widely scattered rpt liar tow attorney, told l voters I opposition to this bill which would,
the dls-! parts of Bradford County received here lute Tuesday afternoon I hut have forced chain stores out of

I Unction of being a summons, familiar to some he would refuse to make any pro- ",dltl'ncethl'ough excessive taxation

C M Carden, bread the find strange to a fewthe summons mlMPH that he knew would be beyond "These stores" he said, ,

'I I Frank Land rum, salcSir.an) : was a Blow I woman evsr for Jury duty at the Spring term his power to grant, If "111'11 more than 75 !percent owned I>.
attorney and evi- starter In the thrilling to run for a of Circuit Court in Bradford elected. In Florida by Jo"lorldIIlDl If they
a donkeyrideraway donkey derby. Strange I public office I County which will convene Mon- Distlngulxhcd-looklng, and prematurely had been outlawed the cost of '

In back, vlc- II>. It may seem In ,In I B r adford | day. April 22. gray Holland spoke. living In the state v .ould have Increased
fly twists a. tall Ineffol.t 1 most Instances, the donkeys County. She It Those summoned. were: I IJ. convincingly and made a favor ten percent My services
I to make his s. photographed making an ac ,r wl'' I 1). Bowers W. H Jonea I able Impression upon many with In the legislature were for the' t
|mnl g Oi p S.- much better than their tlve campaign j a F C. Moore L. C. CarterW the ease and. unaffectedness of his consumers and producers and the i.
s Particular donkey I I which delivered with man who has to spend all of his
laughter shook the bleachers riders. This one was and.l Is looking M. Reddish Russell Judd speech was
|'''l the next day __ Slde- pllttlng rallied out benefit of or surplus for food Clothing, and
here Is a small section no exception t o the forward to the political VV, H. Morgan L. L,. Crawford money
however, as a reef at Bradford Park. Shown rule when she will take to the "stump"with KImw: Struth M. U. Plummer "showmanxhlp." shelter," he concluded.As .
t the tall twist- of the crowd which was the largest yet the rest of the candidates K L. Thomas K. L. Reddish The four promlneH" that he did proof of his friendship for ..'

turn out for an after dark event here.'liP O. ft. Alvarez N. H. Raulerson make, and which he said wouldbe the small merchant, Holland cited ,.I'' t

I I Fields Will Explain Luther Hilliard G W. Cheshier within his power to keep, his constant opposition to the
Clarence Moore R. A. Colson were: 1. To attempt to establish Hale tax and the fact that he has ,,1 t

Plan For ChildrenJ I J. H. Rye K F. Thomas harmonious relation with the three times killed the gross receipts I I
Dewey Murrhee C Van Alstlne State Legislature 2, To save tax In his branch of the ,
H. Flellsandldare for! J. H, Monds J. L. Harrell, Jr. money In the state departments legislature although hi..*,,, bills\ "''
4Li" ::! D. L. Kite I* A Crosby that are directly under his con ,failed to become law through no
1 bounty lon erl- j Wrn. Alvarez a. W. Roberts trol. 3. To abolish petty politic I fault of his own.
nls *
I Jan. 4. To take training and qualifications Agriculture in still the lifeblood
., from District I ?, E Hall)
worth Into confederation in mak- of Florida and If he .Is
I.I has an un-l for Varnes A. M\ Lewisw j i i iMlllard ing appointments to office. I elected he wilt) continue: to holdIt

jaunl plnn H. Hart G c- Mott i, DUplaylng Hume of the bravery, an his greatest Interest, the t
he[ aid of un-j d Jake Shuford W. C. Conner ;! for which he WHS awarded the I speaker la1
derprlvlle In g the e |I littngulxhe f | l Service Cross Inl, action In 1037 when he went to t '
the World War (having Georgia at the request of Florida .
r which I Iie Chicken Supper At
ounty: Rally\\ down several enemy planed whileIn I cattlemen to nee about getting ,

I promises to j S. L. Crews announced this the air service) Holland re- the embargo removed. He was
xplain < n a | / week that members of the Lung fuet-d to "backwater" on his stand successful, and thousand of ?'

public addrf:1J I 3.1: Bridge/: Christian Church will ] concerning the Floilda Recovery cattle were disposed of for which [
iL nn May which he ; there had been no market. Holland
| serve a chicken supper at the Act, lexlxlation bitterly ,
I Mr Field In
m, r"' t h political fully to be held at New | optioned", In the Slate Legislature also recalled his sponsorship :
y. naklnic tannoimcempnt
dated that he Is River" school house Thursday several years ago und stated that of the bill under which the frost "I
night, April 25. All those plan-} h.. still believes the measure to und freeze prediction service: Li ; ,
Duncan and hall held several -
oil home of
distributor. made a [55 years aae
of the state, and t :
life andl.mb be "unAmerican and unconstitutional" given
risks attend the meeting are ,
han. to
;hen he ; Noegel. auto me : responsible' well-paying poiltlons. mnic I
seized in the
the smallest donkey ; ',
and also hU sponsorship of the measure Ij
In an effort to irged to patronize' the supper i In principal' : purpose.
"I not afraid to nay
and precariously
wildly dashed around the bases. AI- to lean back donkey here seems when the am occasion tle..iand, which will be nerved for the benefit "What a fuolixh thing It would1. which provide for fertilizer (: '!,
it as newsworthy as "man biting dog" Is. tag an opponent. The 'nt) of the church. I I. have been to clap the faces of Inspection t'rvicv. 1.:1 i
excitement he said. ''i
.nkey riding man." strangely bored by all :' ;1 !,

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Circuit Judge For County Judge) For School Hoard-Dlst. 3 1 schools. and hell,.,. '.
I announce my candidacy for I am a cltlaeri of "tttarke and It elected SchooL Board member be paid for tw-i ."' h'H,
: : FLO&tDfi'Sft Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial Bradford County and have qualifiedto from District Three I will discharge vice and that th noi"ki '
Circuit of Florida In Group one, seek the office of County Judgeof my duty to the very best of for teachers!' and hI., 'n, al l ,
and solicit the .tipport of all democratic Bradford County and 1C elected my ability not being swayed to and tie more' liberal I 'hl\>*1,
I 2 W00DL- electors In the 1940 prlmatv by the good people of my county! fro for the unmerited benefit of better roads to,' .V" I "?,
D. E.: KNIGHT.for .. I will serve them to the best of any person but will stand strictly ally our district i '"",.. ? .
L .J my ability. for an economical, business-like all In the lower br ',m. '" h
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4fZRR4 ,4I DON L. HOOVER administration. I will strive to for the state "..
make Bradford County outstandingIn proportion to oth '
educational work and will will favor I"iMw
appreciate leglM, ,,
: For County Judge your support. benefit the tarn '2?

:; 4T Eight years ago the good people O. C. KELLY.For IlI'rowel.... Iln, t n, 1\'L'I,,, ;>thi
:af Bradford County elected me to range for cattle r ">,
be County Judge and for seven eliminate all nulsai. ., \."I' .
: efficient Xehool B.nrd-Dlst. 3 put forth ""
years I have served them an my h. ", / *
I wish to announce that I will making the norl|
and satisfactory aclmli, I
and at the same time operated the >e a candidate for the office of mlcal and safe ',"'' .

office at an extremely low cost to School.. IJoard Member from District nCO"I.ctfull) ,,,...,
1 the tax Therefore without I'hr. comprising Hampton, Ora- hlu lt(<
payers. .
$ hesitation I hereby. announce for 'tam Brooker and New River. If \r II)
re-election as County Judge and ilected I will perform my dutiesn -
and vote. a business-like manner and give For
ask for support
your .
judge my time and energy" to the up- I wish ItePrrientsit,.
a:. K. 1''ERltYMAN.COUfltY to ann ",' .
building of our schools always usIng "
dacy for Re.PI'e. ,, ,,, m,
economy where economy should t ,,,,,
State I
c For Cnnnly (.u"I..I.-III. 3 .>e used Thanking you In advancefor County If ,m. b.
f'1..t..1 ii
I hereby announce( myself a candidate your support I ABkRNATII'f am sincerely, guard the interest.: ,( ,h.pof >
: fur County CommissionerDistrict FRANK T : this
: county and <
number three, and earnuutly bill that tends tn ';,'VL?""*
solicit your vote and support pro.mising : am against the HI v-Z"" b
For School Rnnrd
If elected to discharge the, percent. I will lntrJd l
duties of said. office In a fair I hereby announce my candidacy provide ', I
] for nomination member of the adequate ,
as a
: : business-like man
economical and
; for atisls. School Board from District Two needy of this state. and, 'II
ner. Thanking you your nate "red tape." "
subject to the will of the Democratic "' ,
tance, I am. bill hat favors' "alQ.PI">
YourS respectfully, voters In the Primary Election tlon a ,1''' .
: R. I L.EE May 7. If elected. I will dill- or interest t\ '"," ,
P" >le. 1 know '
nh,, !
; gently worlc for better Bradford h.
i ; J .4 .. ,' County schools Your vote and support this county want at i Jf
c I #7r i.5, ,,.. For ('..m.I."I..r-tl..t. 3 appreciated. then to the Lent. 0'' /\ *', l
County the
jd good of llr''
: the cnu,,,
I will by a candidate I for County; the advancement '"Ically -
3, S. n. SPARKS.
Commissioner. from District : )
or financial \\l\
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will ; \
the -
subject to
.fr Mouth btarke H
support will be sh, "
'& # ? of the voters In the Democratic Fur School' n.."..... III... 3 ale. "
primary, May 7. If elected. I promise I hereby announce myself a candidate RAI.IMI
to carry out the duties of the for School Board member AL
the Voters of the Eighth Jodi- office to the best of my ability. from District Two subject to the --

/ clat' Circuit: I am a candidate for Your vote and support will be will of the voters In the Democratic For Itrpreseutiii,.
k ER& cesf Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial greatly apPI'.cl..ted. primary of May 7. If you I wish to annoui" '
Circuit to succeed Judge A. Z. RespectfullY be candidate .
want your school affairs kept out for ,,.
f f41 $7 PE7W6QS691i26't Adklns. I Khali appreciate yourvote O. C. CASON. of politics and run In a .sound your Representatlv. >"i.1.Vh...,
spo2737g1v Ngs eiwrEDdQ nupport. economical business-like:. manner Legislature subject, '" ,
( the
hENRY L. mAYOainesvllia
1 ocratlo
For County {'o..ml..to..r-O" 3 respectfully solicit your vote Primary in May[
U/1/QUF .C'/M45SS S. FloridaFor I
support am asking the
I am qualified and announce myself I pn 1'1.'| of|
I 1EvJzeElY ,?,eOewD elCOO.d41gorg9iss. a candidate for the office of W. P. SMITH. ford county to continue n>
County Commissioner from District fldence In me by re..II.'rt''

/ oererooes TO THK Circuit VOTERS Judge OK TilE 3. subject to the will of the voters For School Hoard-Dlst. 1 your lence of Representative Ji/I
C/GR4tflCQS PR77ZQS on election day. May 7th 1940. I active Hervln n\
( lilOHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: hereby announce my candidacy of \ tilt
aioo1o Lwp.s; 6U1$7IC6SfiIVD I am a candidate for nomination Your vote and support will be appreciated for member of School Board from. clerk Representatives and first ain,
for II and will aid me In a District No.1. Lawtey subject to. as a member,
reappointment u* Judge of the qualifies
filvD.Tu2A,9 6O/I//.92$1JIIf THE FJ.OUNOE/Z CAN A'lHTrN niKhth Judicial Circuit. If I am humane .au..e-that children of of helpingunderprivileged Bradford the will of the voters In the prl- greater and me more to render for ,
nominated and reappointed I will I ninry election of May 7. It elected. I am 100 complete, ,
c25gr1D,4ON'FKHh7770ftf4' "S CO O ro rHe QOTr&1M nave the tax payciB 27500.00 I County.UeKiicctfullv. I will work for the best I"t.t'eat range.I .. percent f..r ,
I will and I of all schools In the county. Your
/ gWOY.9 D/sftI'VV ,._': OF Th'B t7&GRIV .l'ffA1Ir upport. appreciate your vote J. H. FIELDS. vote and support will he ap- cultural will continue tl'<' npunir
; # apD A'OYf17M eLM A. Z. ADKINS. preciated. fits of the farmer. for tilt

,.- For County 'o..I".loD.-DI. 3 Respect fully, I will continue
I hereby announce myself a can- J S. (BLT>DY) NOUMAN.Fnr : Interest rates of my fight u
gins. $15.00; H. B. Wiggins. $49.- For Clerk of the circuit Court dldate for County Commissionerfrom I will continue rm,
Board tu
School 79 Margaret Whlttemore $ O.OO Letter Box To the people of Bradford County: District Three (South Starke) School, Hoard_Dl t. 1 Ir decrease of taxes \.iei I,
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; Sincerely trusting that I may be subject to action of the voter In lieieUy announce my candidacy I m for IncreaKed
Warrant ListFor Margaret Whlttemore. $7.00; Floy permitted' to continue to verve' you the Democratic Primary of May 7. fflrI..mher of The School Board the aged widows ami iienik
Sullivan $60.00; Floy Sullivan L : as your Clerk of the Circuit Court 1940. I am In favor of( bitter roads. flom I Hull'let I, subject to the will children. d.1"<
I announce my candidacy for thl for our county and If elected will I
I of the voters In the primary election will sponsor and
( !Month of March 1940)l) ; Ophelia Bryan $65.25; Gainesville Fla. '. office subject to the next Democratic work for the good of our countyat of May 7. I promise Ifelected ''paHMttra. of legislation work to t ii

B. Cody $118. 0; Emma: 'I. Primary. I appreciate the kindness all times to !bring to the admlnlstiaticin -Unedlcliies to the .Mm Bai B
Louise Warren Salary' $50.00; Gentlemen: and confidence shown me by J. L. WYNN. of the school affairs of our Health for the use if the
Hill $72.83; Blanche Edwards Please find enclosed check for all of our people and In return I county I the expect and confidence. needy p>

A. J. Grlffls Salary $125.00; ,I 1$71.34; Joyce Futch. $89.72; ; the Telegraph. I would hate to I have hold rendered office and will for continue so long as to 10'... County CotnmUslnneiIlls*. 3 cif all concerned patrons pupils and I am for bettei i ,nil <
I wish to announce) my candidacy teiuheiH In a business like manner. county.
Frances Peek. Officer Woik $19.-
Eunice Kelley, $71.99; Jewel miss a copy. I look forward to render. every service. and courtesy for County Commissioner I will Hlipivilate your vote I am for the 13 00 -an In,

00; Loulne Warren Expenses.i: Roberts. $74.30; Helen Cody $74.- Its coming every week. be In my appreciated.power. Your assistance will from District Three (South Starke), H A. BISHOP.( I will support tin whit

Trip to Tall aha nee $12.00; ;199' ; Beatrice Futch $74.23; CatherIne Mrs. A. M. Pettit. A. J. THOMAS. xiil.jfrt to the will of the of votersIn May teachers I feel that I
the Democratic Primary ant lu. i It
y For Mc'liool llt nrd-l>lMt. 1 act.
Starke Telephone Co. Telephones. Young $86.51. 7. If .elected I will at all times I hereby announce my candidacy with the wished niul dpHirri

$27.20; Beverly Cady. Office Lois MayeM, $73.00; Mable For Count r 'r..", Collector guard the Interest of the (Countyas for re-election a* School Board people unselfishly of Bradford .Bounty<
personal protect
Work. $32.80; A. J. Grlffls. Salary : l Wall $75.22; Jell>lle Lee Lazenby Kershaw S. C. I hereby announce my candidacy .."..In.though...... Your they vote were and my support In member the Democratic from District. primary one, l.awtey.election upon the floor of the your flout It

$12 .00; Louise Wuiifc.i: Salary 50.00; Jessie Lee Lazenby. $22.- Dear Sirs: of to Bradford succeed myself County ns subject Tux Collector to I the will lie highly aPI.I..ted.Rlncerely. ',flay 7. My only promise Is that to I the assure dictates you that of I will m..
.i $50.00 Frances Peek. Office Please find enclosed check for! mocratlo primary to be held May I I will continue to work for the best Interests a cut!
; who
83; Norman Johns $82.83Lu- It. F. (BOB) Interest of ALT. attempt to i
; the
7th., 1940 I schools In our
renewal for subscription to have tried to render pollae and profiteer
Work $7.75; A. J. Grlffls, Office j vertla my I county. Rt thee
j[ Shepherd $69.66; Mae you faithful honext and efficient of the taxpayer
Expense. $10.14; A. J. Griff la. I I \'veils. $66. 0; Martha Well the Telegraph. I don't feel as IfI service as your Tax Collector. Iearnestly County ('...ml..I..n.-IU. 1 J. II. MOORE. If you an a vot- ron ik.
could get along without the solicit your support and 1 hereby announce my candidacy experience will I be
Travel $20.00 E. ..1.t ""f vu
'1 Expense. ; (4132; Florence Brown. $31.66; If elected again I shall continueto for County Commissioner of District For County School Superintendent Bradford Couijty It
,t Lewis Board Service $2 .00 J. paper as it brings me all the render the One comprising Lawtey and a Lm
; : Florence Brown $31.67; Mabel same service as I hereby announce my candidacy capacity your vott ind Lot
news from there each week. I have In the past. Vicinity subject to the Democratic fur the Support will
It. office of bf' irreutU
Moore Same $25.00: W. E.Mkldleton. Superintendent of apitGEORGfi )
Wall $6.95; Essie Crosby 4333. C. A. KNIGHT. Primaries In :May.[ If elected Ipromise Public Instruction
of :
Mrs. Frank A. Bradford II. D
: honest. and faithful attention -
: Lee
Same $2500; I Mildred Paul. $12.00; Willie M. to the duties of the offli-e. County subject to the will of the

Galney Janitor Service.. $4000; Lee, $7.50; Cleo Saxon $47.08; sweezY'f TO TIlE VOTRItH OF BRADFORD The vote and support of the cltl- election Democratic on May electors 7. ll In>40 the. If primary elected | BUS SCIIKPILE:
Mullls Bros. Inc. Building Ma-,' aens of the district are respectfully Northbound
? Mrs M. W. Morrow $406; Myr- CUIJN'rys to this Important office I pledge to
tcilal. $279.10 Pitt Dear Sirs: I HKREHY announce my can solicited. the people of Leaves Starke
; Newaome 1 ice to-MW-county a safe m 2:20: i
Carpenter $7.12 Mrs. C. T. T. BLACKBURNFor
; W. didacy for Tax Collector of Brad- sane, and sound oi 1
thanks for the administration
cord wood $::i.00; Fla. Bank at Chalker. $33.72; Mrs. W. B. Se- Many two ford County. I have never held the duties Involved. Your vote and 12:30 p. m., 1:45: p. moo 61:

Starke $1.01352; W. J. Wilker-. well $14.72 copies of the Dear Old Telegraph.I any office within the gift of the County ('.mml..I.-OI. 1 ; nctlvo support will be greatly ap- m.. and ;10:10: p. m.
; Dorothy Epperson, love Florida In general and people of thin County before. If Believing that my record as yourCounty preciated.
Bon Janitor Service. $4 .00 E.: E. SouthboundLeaves
; 1020. elected I will give you efficient' Commissioner for my first DR. W. R. MIDDLETON
; Lee Wood 25.00; Brady Bryant Starke and Hampton In particular. courteous nnd faithful service In' term entitles me to a second term Starke at 2:40: >

Janitor Service 30.00; N. George Flynn $10.00; J. L. Why? Because we have this office. Sincerely I I I hereby announce myself as a Candidate Fur County Kuperlntendent 10:20: a. m.. 2:20: p. m MI!

Thomas, Janitor Service. $15.CO. Anderson, $41.65; Shell Oil Co.. lived loved labored and sometimes N. I). WAINWRIGHT. JR. CoinmlHHloner.for reelection for District as Number County After moving hack home. my p. m.

Lorraine Smith $40.00 M. W. i' 117.92; Nelson Green; $30.00; suffered there. I One. Ynur 'suppoit will be appreciated. many have petsuaded friends throughout the county \\'e8Ibolllul
; ma to run for 8upeilntendent -
; ,Morrow Order Fla. Bank nt J. E. Brown $10.00; Horace Bry- W E.: Daugherty. For Countr Tux Assessor P. D. rtCDDI.SH.Fnr of Public Instruction Leaves Starke at 5:351,

ant. $10.00; Lester Slade, 57.08; I hereby announce my candidacy for Bradford County. I hereby an and 11:30
Staike. 200.00 Florence a. m.
; Brown nounce
Older Fla. Bank at Starke. $31.- A. L. Green $70.36; Earl Green, I Washington, D. C. Assessor for re-elertinn of Taxes.to the office of ('....D'Y (...n..I..I..D.r-.I... Superintendent my candidacy of for Public the officeof Instruction Eastbound,

:i! $62.45: ; W. O. Collins, 2000. Gentlemen: With my experience and the results At the request. of many of my for Bradford County sub Leaves
67 : Starke at 5:20
; Daisy Fisher Order Fla. ject to : p
I In the of tax reduction friends I hereby announce my candidacy the primaries In May 1940.
Bank at Starke $80.00; Joyce' I In your news article announcing during my present way administration,I for County Commissioner of I promise If elected a fair, honest Ticket office and bus dlConway's [
i the death of I feel district, number one I-awtey. subJect economical and businesslike admin ,
Futch Order Fla. Bunk at Starke SAMPSON CITY Mr. Charles F. no hesitancy In asking for istration Service Station c
the continued to the will of the Democratic I earnestly solicit
support of the ,. your
150.00; Florida Bunk at Starke I By Kttu: Fay ))yal Pace you stated he was In his If re-elected. I promise four voters more vOters of the dlHtrlct. I feel that vote and support. Highways 13 and 48.

of seventies. I have been requested years of courteous and efficient my past experience well qualifies E. "R. POPPELL.
Note 8293.05; Floi- Mr. and Mrs. Orrun Harper off by his sister, Miss Elizabeth I service.Thanking. me to perform the duties of this NEW TRAIN SCHEDC14Northbound
Ida Bank at Starke Payment on |I you most sincerely for. office satisfactorily. Thanking you For Superintendent
Note $85806; Lorraine Smith, o Lake Butler were guests of Puce to Inform you that Mr. your vote and .support I am for pact and future .support I am.I Instruction Fublle

Mr. and Mra Curtttt Varnes Sun- Yours respectfully Respectfully, I hereby No. 2 Leaves M.
Pace 5:28
would have been sixtyfouron ; announce as a candi
$20.00 B.: L. J. M. ROSIER
'; ; $100.00; E. W. HAYES. date- for !
I te-electlon
in the
his next birthday October 21. Primary No. 192 Leaves 6:23: A. k
Lillle McRae Bridges. 7283. day.Mr. t<> be tr..ldlay 7, 1940. I have
3. M. Whlttemore $10.00 Sim- and Mrs. J. E. Surrency (Miss) Grace Stevenson. For County ('onaml..I..r-IU... S I: served the people of Bradford No. 108 Leaves 5:36: P. 11.
; For County Tea> AniieMMor 1 wish to announce that I am a County for the past eleven
mle Hunter, 94.96; Carrie Robinson Thelma Uyal. Richard Chaney and I take pleasure In announcing my candidate, for the office of County and have held the people years their No. 102 Arrives 1::50 P. M.

$5000 Pearl $47.- Miugaret Surrency all of Tampa Brooker, Fla. candidacy for the office of Tax Commissioner from District Five I children, and their Interest fore. SouthboundNo.
; George. Assessor of Bradford County.. sub/ earnestly solicit the support of the most In everything I have tried
49; E. E. evans, $71.25; W. W. were week-end guests of Mr. and Dear Sir: ject to the Democratic Primary .,voters. always to give you the best schools 1 Leaves 11:35: P. M.

Green. $60.00; Mary Lewis, 42. Mrs. Willis Dyal. Please allow me space to thank and May 7. I honorably solicit I the vote Is!. O. HARRELL. prmxlble. and If you will favor me No. 191 Leaves 10:53:: P. M.
support of the people, and if with this election
: 80; Grace Robinson. 50.00; A. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and my many friends for their efforts elected I promise a fair Impartialand For (.o.sty (.oinmlimloner_l)l"t. Si one thing and that Is I promise continued only Improvement No. 107 Leaves 9:30: A. U.

O. Jenkins. $69.75: ; Sarah Jen- ton. Bobble were visiting Mr. and support In putting me in as economical Hlnoerely ad m i nlntiatlon. I wish to announce my candidacy I of schools and better No. 101 Leaves 7:00: Alt

kins. 37.11: Flossie McLendon and Mis. K. Conner at Gum their next county commissioner. L.UCIAN yours O, HAZE fur re-election as County Commls'inner -I am advantages for your children. I
your servant and at
? from District. 6. Hrooker and|I your service -
i $47.38.; M. K.: Roberts. $47.18; C. Branch Sunday. I However, owing to the scarcity of New River. I feel that my past for at all times. Thanking you SINCE 1883

C. Anderson, $15.00; C. C. And- Mr. and Mrs. Zack Goodge and farm labor I could not spare the Far Sheriff Bradford ('..an.,. experience handling makes the office me more than' capableof before i 1040 your I am vote yours'and for support better schools.May 7, Ballard's Snow Liniment

eiBOn. 41.69; Mable Richardson daughter, Doris were dinner I time to run for that important hereby To the voters of .urad ford County: and If re-elected. I promise to give A. J. ORIFFI8.. I been an inexpensive aid m "j

$30:; .00; Juanita Stewart $42.98; Tiiests of Mr and Mrs. H. office at this time. Thank you for re-election announce myself to the office a calldldate of- you the best service that I can possibly I ing the discomforts of Ml'
one and all. iSherlff. and render. Thanking you all Fur Vacuity School !Superintendent' Congestion accompi.
If nominated that
Geneva $ O.OO A'j and reelected
Hartley : Pearl Prescott Sunday. for your ;I.t.an.1 future support I I hereby announce
my candidacy
P. O. Hayes.: I promise to continue my Your 1 for the Sprains, Strains, Bruises, and
4 Smith. $47.24; Roosevelt Smith, I effort. to give respectfully office of Superintendent of,
a clean I
Mr. and Mrs. J. K.: Surrency I progressive T. D. DYAL.I Public Instruction. for cular Soreness from over- "
: honest Impartial and
47.58; J. A. Joneo. $60.97; An- I fearless ad1'lnl.lratlon -
of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Willis I and enforcement of the I. County If elected I promise an or undue exposure. In 30
nie Louise Guinea $:'iO.OO; I. J. I Dyal were dinner guests ofMr. HAMPTON} law. I earnestly solicit your sup ...... County (.o..n..I..r-OI.I: administration honest faithful and economical 60c bottles.

: Keller. $55.00; I. J. Keller $15.- By llh.d" Nlnuno I port. I wish to announce that I am a, I of this office. CAKPKNTER'S I)11l0 s.
and Mrs. John Surrency of A. O ANDREL fnndldale for member of the Board earnestly solicit your vote and
80; Robt. Straclien. $05 OO; Mel- Graham Sunday. Mrs. Thomas Dyal who has of County: Commissioners from Dis, .u ppurt. Respectfully.. ", ..

vln Futch. 81.61; Fla. Bank at j II I II been the guest of her daughter trict Two. subject. to will of Democratic U. MiUAULEY

Starke Payment on Note $6- I Mrs. W. O. of Fur !Sheriff voters of Bradford County -
f GUM BRANCH j Rogurs Jackson- I wish to announce my candidacy If elected I will strive. to render For !Stnte "enntnr .
863.33, Beverly Cady $ 12.50.Secl'etar" I ville for seveial weeks, has returned for sheriff of Bradford County subjeet n fair' and Impartial service. As to To the Democratic Voters of ,

of Teachers' Retire- fly Mlsn KlUulieth: IlariiageMr. ', to her home here. to the Democrutlc primary to my ability, I offer my record a* Union and Biadfoid ('""utl,,,,: H O
i he held May 7, 1940. If elected' I councilman of the City of Starke I hereby announce for the office
Silent System. Salary Deductions and Mrs. Felix; Sapp were Ml'. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand will discharge the duties of the offl..e W.I.. (MiTChtFor ) KDWAUD3.: of Slate, Senator subject to the
.3f to the best of .. of May FOR. GOVERN
$175 ; Secretary of Teachers' my knowledge rrlmnl.I. 1940. If elected,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nor- daughter. Miss Harvlne, were: and ability and I earnestly solicit County (''o""I..I..n.r-UI" :3 I. work for an Increase In bid
System. Salary De nan WoodUwn Sunday after- guests of O. L. Harrison and' the vote and support of all the At the request of a few of age assistance, for the blind and fl
my There in
is |
ductions. $196.SO; Melvin Futch i I lamlly of Leeeburg recently. voters of rlradford County. Yours friend. I again offer myself a* a ciippled, and for orphans. I will no man
noon. respectfully. cooperate
'. $30.00; K. L. Williams. $216.66; I I Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen of M. r.. JOUS.F. : candidate from, District for County Two pledging Commissioner guard your with Interest you at people all times.and Ida better fitted to''

;: J. H. Atkinson. $76.6tf; J. M. Mrs. Welsey Thus of Plant Brooker!' attended church services that I will give you the bent service you, Your vote and support will be,

W hit I t. e m o re. 83.33; Evelyn! City In visiting her parents. Mr. here last ... !Superln.. that I ran possibly render. Thank- highly appreciated. governor from the ittli t
Sunday.J. r of ltesl tration Ing you for past and future Sincerely yours
and MrK. J. N. Norman.Mr. suppoit -
Stump $69.27; Alice Fernandez I am a candidate for the I DREW II.
am. DUKES.
I. Cha. taln who point of integritymental
has been
q fiB66; Dalny Fisher $8934; Eva I and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Supervisor of Registration of Respectfully, ;:
quite 111 at St. Vincent's Hospital I..f radford County Florida subject to L. L. CONNER.: *._" -.... Senator B
Anderson, $68.36; Verna Demo- un& l children of Hellbronn were Democratic( Primary and re- To voters of ability. John
hall friends who delighted .
; rest $79.17; Rosalind Williams. rlrltlng Mi. and Mrs. J. S Sapp:] many are solicit your vote and For Counties: I take thIs and Union
County ('n".I..lo..r-UI. of
N to know that his condi- pilort. 1 4 flouncing an well I in Miami Herald
$75.18 Dell afternoon. I hereby myself. as a
; ; DowllnK. $9400; L. Sunday JAMES F. IIOr.MNdSWORTH.: announce my candidacy State candidate for .
tion has Improved and he will I for the office of County C.mml.- Senator for the Fifteenth
M Sponhollz. $79.70; Blanche J. A. Harnage and W. H. Car- sinner District Number Four Senatorial District of Florida. conslating
return to his home this week. cornpricing
: Vandlvlere. $69.26; Luclle Kennedy teL' spent Saturday and Sunday For Supervisor Hesrlstratlosi. the voting precincts of Counties of Bradford and Union
4 $66.50; Eunice Mra. JesMie Morgan of Brooker I wish to announce Uraham. Hampton and Theressa. and I earnestly sollct the
Searing 'n Jacksonville. my candidacy If elected I support and vote of all
fnr promise Democratic
$74.83; Grace Walnwrlght 75. visited her mother Mrs. I. J.. Registration the office of? of Bradford Supervisor of faithful and economical an admini honest voters. Your respectfully,

: 05; Grace Walnwrlght. $20.00; iii':.N CHOI RUINKI) Priest this week. subject. to the will of the voters County In stratton The vote of said and office., M.1.. SAPP.Fur RE-ELECT/5gn j <
the of
Ulna Hart. $7505: ; Lucile Edwards Pompano The Agricultural Mrs. Ira Brown and son, Lamar I94ff Democratic I feel. that Primary I am capable of May. of 7. Doimicrntlo voters support are earnestly all state SeNator'

$G9.31VllIle: Mae Hlnaon, j Department reported that rains In both of Gainesville, are I carrying. out the duties of this offire solicited i ator lain announcing for' State Sen

$GU3velyn! R 11 c h. 69.66; 'I!, Florida's lower East Coast vege-. guests of Mrs. Brown's mother pie to and the promise best of to my serve ability.the Your peo -T. C. CH AST A IN. ties for subject Hradfoid to May and I'nlon Democratic Coun.

Ethel Blgga. 65.84; Ruby Lilley i| table area on March 27 and 28 Mrs. Eva Blrt. vote and support will be sincerely: Fur Cnnnty CotnmU..loiier-Ill.t. 4 I Primaries I favor ANDREWn

88.66; Madge Mld
Kitty Hogsed. $66.33; Kate Shep.(. State' early!' snap bean crop. The: BIG BLOW SUNlJ.Chattahoochee.A.\\' Commlsiilnner from District as number County ; cheaper auto tags; more industries -

herd. i9.11. ('entire section In the nf four, comprising.. voting pre money) for aged blind. widows and
vicinity small tornado orphans
I II For ducts ; good .
!Siiuierisnr of Itea l..lrnll of Graham. Hampton and school and roads
I dna < n L :;
Prevail $76.00: Ruby I Pompano and Boynton was af-1 1 ripped Into this village Sunday To The otem of UrmUonl County: Theresxa. If re-elected. I promise drivers living wages for lahorers, bus

rA :Mae Peiklrm. $7471; Madeline fectfd The full extent of the t --site of the Florida State I am formally. announcing my I to d.> my duly to the best of mvi Your and vote teachers.will
candidacy for Supervisor. of Ability. Thanking you for appreciated.
; Andrews $63.25; Leola Roberts I 1 damage In terms of bushels", has Hospital for the Mentally 111- tratlon for HrmUorcl County ICegls sub. future support. I An past and Sincerely i (

$79.17; Lorraine Smith, $60.16; I not been ascertaIned. The bean I and caused damage estimated at led to the will i>f the voters of r Respectfully I _KK\KrlT: HRXVITT.,I IFnr (
:Muriel county on May 7th, 1'I49 H. S. WA8DIXr
Norman. 66.50; Harmon acreage had been replanted after, !'' 50000. but there was no die I realize. that I am the first !Hlste t

4 Moigan $7283; Melva Harrell I utmost total destruction of the order among the hospitals 4200 this woman lo seek a public office In I -"r School ll.turil-!>!.' a I am asking the Menator voters of Brad '

1. 55.83, Sorchle Baird $66.50; : crop by cold weather late In Jan patients. Officials repotted the : a,n county fully capable However l of handling I nm sure' t hereby announce myself a cnn-i I ford nate and me I'nlon In Counties to nonil-t j '..
the dldate for re-ei''tion. t'r.rn .. the earning ''i'"
Annie Laurie Morgan $76.00 G. The duties count ted to. "I L their Primary I !
; uary. department said the roof of the diet kitchen was torn with thl offli-e. ll.iaril District No. 3 subject. i-enator I will I
I to
Ihel anpre.Jflte
E. McCauley, 92.83; Ruth Frazer short: supplies had been reflectedIn !' I off and one section of roof waa llvears have and lived have In this supported county th.IS 1 I nrtlon of voters at the Primary1May I your I promise..UPIorllnd to vote If elected,

$60.16; Ei,'Destine flu(tdingtOn, prices as high as SO cents a, damaged on a building housing I' will emm-ratl.< party too percent and t to continue 7. U4O.a fair If elected conscientious I promise and I ponsiun fir the work old. the for blind a liberal the U.S.SENATOI

$73.00; Arthur McRae $66.83; M pound for fresh snap beans in i about 800 negro men patients. support appreciate you may yout offer vote and any I I. equitable administration of this 0(. I pendent rmnled.. and the mother with de W"

W Morrow, $103.49; II. B. Wig Northern market |[I None was hurt. they said. AI.ICK (M Sincerely nt WAAI. > -\NI>EIt.l'O'l:C., fue to the Respectful bent of my! ability I I I m.w required to children'eliminate to, and the will red tape enideuvor DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY'|

E. J. LEWIS..1 I'pension. I tiualify for this
will work for bttei IPaid political: atherU

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_rhlef _______ Jean Davis Townspeople Approve Home Economics Last Will TestamentOf I ,''i'I',' 'I ." "", I;'
'a, n,. "-Chltt ___ CJay)l. B8W 11 I Mammy Sez I Primary JinglesFIRST I The Ideal Girl I, I
. Interviews With rj ft i}
. ____ ti. H. Harper and Journal Editor : 13 B. H. S. SeniorsCan 'j

br H' patrol Ferole.Jones Frank Robinson Leading Starkitea Well Chlllun, I agrees wld you GRADE NEWS She is sweet, friendly, antI 1 i, : t; ';':,:d

I r Bub Francine E.t.ll. Austin Fleher Agree On Importance Mr. C. A. Knight, Tax Collector I You Recognize weather"all dat It sho' wuz a "terrible Pupils In this room have been courteous when Introduced. \ ::- : ., d r'f'
\I Elizabeth Plummer Of This Q. Are Any Of These week-end. But, In spiteof learning to make change for number She gives her dances to the : Il; !f. !'
SubjectFor you interested In '
. lnyI Clara Ma Harley pos old Mr Weather I seen a work this week. Miss '
? Lilley first ,
Persona that asks her If
I .. Margaret Ps.ec.itCIAL sibilities of having Home Eco- Today whole lot ob person ( she I. ';) !
I REPORTERS a long time, Bradford High nomics In young people out : brought $5.50! in change to school. Is ready) and never acts rude to "' I \ I
owo end, Lfuulfl* Stern Alta School has needed Home Economics next ? Bradford High (A little relic of the past, when Lots ob students attended de : There were fifty pennies, twenty anyone that breaka. 1 i ;: f
JAck Halle Arch Xhoma, year "Yea, I'm in favorof the senior class of B .H. S. was Engineer's (never could spell that 'nlckles, ten dimes, four quarters, ,
Included in its She I ( ,
j aainea curriculum, it"Mrs. never runs off and leaves Ii ;
l M. of the startling total word ) Fair In Q'vllle ; t
comprised two
Friday half dollars and
and for one .
I a long time her i
citizens have partner stranded in the mid ; 'J
I Muble Lewis, County Health of five members), nlte. Mr. Sponholtz too! bill. :: 1. ,' ,
been aware of that fact. I dle of the floor ( .
I Willie Winkle NurseQ. Within 72 hours the Class of Sara, Mike, J. E and "Judy" Ruby Lllley, teacher. y r [-
I It is hoped that the beginning What have you to say about '13 will be no more. As we make a cute foursome. Saw 'em She Is always nice to a boy ) ; : y i
approach -
Trip Thru Town I: of next school year will find this the "Home Economics" proposition the pangs of dissolution riding in d a t green Plymouth We have been studying; about on a blind date because he may 4- j : "

subject on the schedule a ? A, "It should be taught in we feel the pressing of Sunday afternoon! Hollnnd Helen brought some not like her either 1 ,' .. ,
W i i II e Winkle goes!i feather in the of the all necessity wooden shoes I .
cap schools. 1S
school. Q. Do you feel that providing against the fatal circumstances Margaret's theatre party wui She la not a snob but speaks .
the town, Slowly surely, B. H. S, has Home Economics is We male booklets'about Hol to '
? after all, everyone ;
of tops.
downstreet In his dying intestate. I Eight girls aho' had a ,M.I I..
treet and acquired much-needed land. !
he did the business more important than any other Therefore, in due and solemn good time. Many more happy I I She doesn't try to spend all j r ;\
,n"-and and what so he didn'talso i coursea-now baa a splendid well- subject? A, "No, I can't say thatit form we have drawn up this, our I birthdays "Peg." M. :Middleton, teacher.SKCOND his money + }, 1, {..;'..1'

ight, SEE! And rounded one commercial thing it needs department. is, but"it's one that is very Last Will and Testament. It I "Preacher" Gaines sho' does ; OKADK: NEWS She always acts Interested in ;, : i' { .' ,;
Important. i
; wandered down Walnut now, seems to us that the Juniors are like de study hall Can't Im- The second grades are studying his hobby or vocation whether ', : '
he equally as badly, Is the Mrs. ,
J. W.
one which Morgan,
Store OwnerQ birds. learned ,
with We
under Francine 1 waiting unbecoming eager- agine who-but In case you want have how she Is or not. r ) ,
window there, was Jack Halle,. Improve can do even Bradford more than those to Do you feel that Math., ness to hear this will. The SenIor him-you'll find him in there. useful they are. to the farmer. She doesn't break a date with ..,!!.. .,
6 County: Home English! History, etc., should be "
Class, each of its 5 members: They give ua happlnem with their J
"It Makes No Karl and one for another .
out on: Economics. C. seen riding person boy. i : ',
g steadily taught, while the
job being in sound memory and discretion cheerful Hinging and beautiful '
nee Now. Last week, several of Starke's most people have sooner or lateris (though the world may ALONE Sunday nlte. What's de colois. This week we studied: She Is always ready when be !I ."
Willie awallered a matter boys? (Muata been A I
little de arrives '
leading citizens were interviewed sorely neglected !in the schools? have been unable to discover this weather the parts of a bird, the mockingbird : : "
,cs and went on.nl1 him youhave out -questioned about the situation. A, "I think, myself, it would do fact). In anticipation of that De Freshmen) which U Florida's bird the She is always neat In appear,1,,1\': : ,
knocked had
t All were in favor of it; none had children a heap more good; that's dreadful day when the bonds that a bang-up bluebird which Is the bird. of ance. .J\I\ :
? black-jack. window For there sat, to rack his brain for an answer; what you live for I'd love to' bind us will be burst asunder and party lake Friday afternoon at d e Spring/ and the cardinal which She doesn't "string" too many'r, r ,
Sewell'a ,
Gayle In of following are the results: see the children get It (Home we will flit out into the world, Dat show "Northwest both the male and female birds boys along. r
t Ferryman one Dr. W. E. Middleton Economics) ; I believe in children timid at heart and yet with all wuz Passage"sho' .I '", .
sweepln" oak limbs, good. sing.We
Q From the being taught how to cook, sew, the self-assurance of youth in our /, ,
have been
working School
"Darn That Dream standpoint of and Jean Davis sho' looked spry up on a My Pledge ;.: ;
his full health how would Home Economics keep house; I certainly think faces, and mindful of the fear- on Main Drag Saturday bird unit now that Spring la "I. ;

1 I, after Willie gettln'took another eyes look taught in school, help this there's no life complete withoutit. ful responsibility resting upon us, Garland, Lorraine, Margaret morning, really here and there are so Dy Jimmie Griffis '1! ., "
county? A. "It If you can't do that, you'rea to blaze clear for you that which birds
would many We
help by: and Joe Allen are +
and were dat
(pretty red night gown mere myth not sporting I pledge my head, heart hand, 'I'y
there proper preparation or food; mak- a person. Cooking will follow the path of recltude certain Ford Sunday. making a bird booklet In which
of sudden
All a and
1 on. honor to my Country, com-
ing and sewing, homemaking,-why, and becoming conduct, which wo
wearing Leland are putting pictures of our
street In" front of proper garments; are you ever '
other that's gonna munity, and to my school. I will
what life's made .
of You none of have transgressed *
sanitation us ever favorite birds.
about We
the home and break down and tell went on a
; who '
& Nona. us
: Maple strive to of
your the best
py eyes can cut up, but you've got to do hereby make this, our "Bird Hunt" my ability (
It. house boomin to proper care such as feeding, girl friend is? Huh ? looking for birds ji'
John's never to bring one black mark
come back to the foundation
Last Will and Testament
l'i clothing, and exercise of child- I and set Grace G, and Dot We recognized nine, '
r! What do you think and Home Economics is the down in due form the making use against my school' by an act of "
Lr, now Just what? Richard ren. I foundation." bequests following ful ornaments In de ten.--- cent..--- Kitty HoKseil teacher mine be It illahonnst. cowardice. '
n with one foot hung in Mr. Joe }Wilson, of Wilson store Saturday THIRD rth trellla, and the other Realty Co. Mr.. A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the To the two little!) boys of the '"Merry" we're sorry you ain't Such un Interesting study of wli.lo I am In school, and when fi'

time In mid-air to "If Iftt Q. Do you think Home Economics CourtQ. Junior Class, to wit Master Ed- sitting near the door in biology the messengers of Spring as we I nm out ;'
taught in this Would you be interested in win Freeman and Master Bruce anymore. Well better luck next have had!
But Kiss Thy Hand, Oh school would I will'Illwnys be proud of my',: '
P (Oh, Babe!), Law, that raise Bradford County's home Economics possibilities in of procuring Home Davis, who will need considerable time, pal! The Robin first and then our school and strive to make it better .:i f {
ough for any little" Willie. standards? A. "I certainly do" Bradford High stimulant to carry them throughthe Well, Baccalaureate Sermon Is beloved Bluebird, aometlmea I lit every little way I can, be
School? A.
Q. Are "Sure would, sure Senior Class and enable themto Sunday nlte. I'll see all called the Blue
says something under his you interested in possibilities you Robin the P|>poit unity for bettermentvery
of would. Q. In your opinion, what acquire the necessary dignity there 'Till then I'm yours We have taken .
picks up''the tall of his procuring the subject in our spring walk large or very small. '
Ired nightgown, and, feelin" Bradford High School? A "Yes, would Bradford County gain by that Seniors must possess, and. Mammy. around the campus and noted. the
having this subject taught In Its to spur their jaded spirits, we I will) strive with my loyal corn ,
I think that's a fine changes In the trees Is
sick, goes on thing. high school? A "Well. I think hereby diraiae, give, will and bequeath boys and girls and to use us as a happy time. We Spring pantone to promote school loyalty \' .
was on his way home to Mr. K. L. Mathews, Editor of home conditions would be im this lovely silver chatted their ideals. several have written I and b,.;.':: In those who are prone
[sweeter dreams when he Bradford County TelegraphQ. proved and the younger people and gold lined coffee pot (The To the present Freshman Class, spring stories, too. to appreciate the opportunities offered 1. ;

up and saw Lester H Are you interested in possibilities would take more interest in home "silver chased and gold! lined cof- who have been led along the NINTH I'. I them ia. this our school- .

I' peddlin' romantically to- of procuring Home Economics life and the homes would be' fee pot." was. incidentally bought gentle path of recltitude and Both sections of the 9th grade' no that we may transmit it not :
| Loral Bennett's, on a bl- in Bradford High School ? made more attractive." Q. Do for the exact sum of lOc at the right by the loving hand of Miss enjoyed u picnic at the Gray Cot IBBH, but greater, better and f.

niUt-for-two. whistlin "No- A. "Yes, I think it would be a you feel that this school can dime store and was simply an Hill, we will wisdom. They will tage at Klngsley Lake, Friday, more beautltul than It was trans 'I"t't'onll '
Darlin' But Mine" with a fine thing." Q. In agreeing thata ever really be a standard Institu-I endeared object of fun among the be Sophomores next year and afternoon, April 5th. I mltted to us. f i

a.y look in his eyes. L H. home and children is the nat- tion until It has Home Econo- seniors( It seems it had won the word sophomore means wise The class members enjoyed, I .1

dreamln' so hard he rolled ural destiny of almost every per- mics included In its curriculum ? their love by being present at fool, so we will leave them the music and swimming until about I Coach J, M Whlttemore ((9th '
over poor little Willie with- son do you feel that it is of A "I don't believe It can meet their big class picnic. The night wisdom the rest they must sup- 3 o'clock, when they were calledto grade sponsor) and Mrs. WhltU-

Ven so much as twitchin' his every Importance that children be the common, everyday needs 'til thin paper was read, it found Itself ply themselves. It is our sincere a long, out-of-door table, ; :Mrs T. B. Harding, Mm. 't'more ,
and left him wlgglin in trained for this complicated job? Home l Economics is put Into the triumphantly perched upon a hope that they will be able to spread. with food. Three guessesat A. Keen, and Mrs A, J. Thomas,
'treet's bricks. A. "Yes, I do." Q. Have you school's curriculum." ,,, table beside the spl'ukerd.) make a record as glorious as what they did then! 9th grade mother., and Mra. ,

got up and brushed off his noticed anything, in your travels lttlve Dorothy White, Employee; of I: We urge them to .seek diligently that of Menders Robert Gray, Present to enjoy the afternoon Ruby Mae Perkins, 9th grade a.
red gown, and caught one about the county, which makes the Florida Hank at Starke for both the silver and gold.( Let Herschell Crosby, and Archibald with them were: sponsor.

|use refrigerator trucks for you think Home Economics is Q. Are you interested In possibilities them ever keep before them mem- Thomas Principal and Mrs Wllllama; Carolyn Green reporter I
rille. Lo and behold, when needed in Bradford County? A of procuring the subjectin ory of that woodland scene set
sed Mathews Dairy, there "Yes, I have; there seems to be a Bradford High School next upon this very stage when the

Billy Dowling on one ofole great need for it." year? A. "Yes. I think it wouldbe first pungent and mellow draft

plugs his paw couldn't I Judge E. K. Ferryman to an advantage to have, the was brewed therein. But we

dot, fixin to elope with I Q. Approximately how many subject in the school, because it warn them to Indulge temper- \
| Margie Mathews, and if' young people marry before leaving gives pupils the opportunity to ately; take simply enough to give
didn't sit that older sister i high school ? A. "About 1 get the training necessary for a them the manhod they so much

Irs on the front steps, with lout of 100." Q. Do you think it happy home. If you can't cook, deslie. Until then, be good little

>ars rollin' down her cheeks, .. would have a great deal to do sew, etc., there's no 'home' to a I boys, be good! 0
p "What's The Matter Withr with preventing divorce among home." For fear that Master Bruce

young married couples If Brad- Mrs Ruby ,Johns of Lrila'n Davit and Master Edwin Freeman

little Willie swallered ford County had Home Econo- Beauty SalonQ. I may dispute, fight, fall out

and as he took the road mics? A "Certainly. Anythingthat Are you Interested In possibilities and scrap for the undisputed personal .
painesvllle, he met a red would make home more of procuring the subject possession of that valuable
which was singing "She's pleasant and attractive would in Ilradford next year? A. I relic just bestowed upon them,

Girlfriend of a Whirling prevent trouble. Anything that "I'm for It. I really think it's I we will them each a soda check, r e

|nh. Willie got a whizzyof Irritates home life would cer- one of the most Important things 'which they will find hidden under / y .a 4
!Ie a red, curly' top. and tainly bring it, That's the objectof they could have, and don't" the steps of this building on Mon- l y e j/
right away it was heart- Home Economics It makes :Mrs. Kill Mundy day night at twelve o'clock. To

rr Hazen headed for a little home more pleasant and comfort- Q. Are you interested in possibilities -" Iliuce. I bestow In addition, my '

> house with green trimmina', able, and the wife can carryon of procuring the subjectin I two A. P. H. cigars, both slightly)
Ihich lives the second Judy the home in a better manner than Bradford High next year ? A. I second, hand from use. There Is
nd: Jerry Silcox. she could otherwise do." Q. Do "I think it's very Important, I not enough of them left to make I :gj'

-n he saw the bright lights you feel that this school can ever really do, for ay schools." Bruce sick.
nlnesville. really be a standard Institution Mm. K.' :M. Davis Housr\\Ito And upon Edwin the Class

en Willie began to feel little until it has this subject includedIn Q. Did you have Home Eco- collectively bestows three strandsof ,

roles in his stomach; then Its curriculum? A. "Well. I I nomics when you went to school? Ellery's bc>ard. If that many

CW He hadn't had his mid- think it be a better school; the I A, "No, and I am still resenting can be found. From these, Edwin '
snack yet. So he weakly children wouldn't get a chance it. I had to learn to keep house can start a patch of his own. ayv

wooally made his way to otherwise." Q. If "a woman's the hard way-by the trial & (The class compelled me, upon \Ji
|Sandwich Park. Even the place is in the home." don't you error method. I feel sure I pain of my life to make thin bequest r'c

music made him sicker, and think every public school should could! have saved countless hoursof ; tremblingly I .have n J ,ri
Willie almost lost his but-: automatically i include that all- time, much money, and a great obeyed.) -
res right there in front of Important subject of Home Eco- deal of worry if could have had Emma Ruth Darby has been
dy, After havln' his nomics? A. "Every high school. it in high school.'* persuaded to bequeath her ultra !

hment, though, even his Q. In your opinion, just what MM. Jeanette Kmcalil. Proprietorof serious and dignified frivolity, ,
gown-tail started flappln' would Bradford's students gain I' Clar-Jean ShoppeQ and also her ability to Indulge In

he music. by having this subject taught in Are you interested in possibilities the spasmotlc giggles. This last
ftlo Willie thought maybe; by school? A. "We have demonstration of procuring Home Eco- makes a bequest of which its receiver t

Starke had cooled of a agents, but by having Home nomics In B. H. S. next year? A. should be proud; especially aIIK ys r ra rlt
and anyway, his little eye- Economics in school, more can "Yes." Q. How do you, as a business Emma's giggles. But it Is difficult -
Were droppln' further and come in contact with it. Very woman feel about the situation for the other members of the

|>er down over his little eye- few counties do (have demonstration ? A. "I think It would pro- senior class to Imagine what

; so he caught the tail-end i agents) now. It's a very ex- mote a more domestic atmosphereand Emma will be like without these t .

turpentine truck, and pretty cellent thing to have 1 n any background for our youth of,' qualities she has willed away! '
he was standing once again : school. I'm heartily In favor of today-for the homes of tomor- She will probably be like a cipher "
n-drag. Then..before you It." row It sltmulates stability In with the rim knocked otto f .'

kill a dead roach, a green Mr. Fred Stump, Slarke's I"o..tma.d@P domestic realms. It promotes We solemnly and without equiv- ..' .
It the of the ocation. direct that all of our < I If
whizzed by and took some __mnu I more Interest on y w
f e red off Willie's nightgown. Q. Are you Interested In possibilities girls in their own homes to feel just debts shall be paid out of f

r Willie tracked It down and of procuring the sub- that they are capable of taking the proceeds of Class Night, and'

,lit was Billy Jackson, bead- ject In Bradford High School? A. active part In home activities. All that a monument costing not lees!! fJi

Son Carolyn's. "Yes." Q. How do you, as a business this comes about from interest' than 10,000 dollars hall be

fa Willie climbed the wooden man, feel about the situa- created In the Home Economics erected over our mouldering re-
for dream-land he juat tion? A. "It is very Importantthat department In high school." I In the event there is any

"d at his little red gown and we have it." Q. In your money left after this we direct
?Uy told it that he felt as If opinion, just how important is APRIL INSPIRATION the juniors to deposit in the bank When you work or when you i

I been put "through the mill." Home Economics to the childrenof This poem, inspired by a study at 60 per cent Interest compound ,

-Wee, Willie and Co. this county? A. "I think it's of poetry and the morning of The Interest on the foreaald play, an ice-cold bottle of Coca-Cola :'
and out- amount to be used to future
one of the most important sub April 5th, is interesting defray

for sale Adding Machine and jects. It's very essential; I be- standing: commencement expenses )
writer Ribbons Telegraph lieve the parents should teach Clouds We make the following personal has everything it takes to refresh you. pe / / : ,

their children to cook, sew, keep When the sun rose this morn bequests: Is. / d
house. But parents are too busyto When the day was hardly born. To next year's Freshman Class You drink it and it satisfies completelywith I<
OLD give children instruction they There were dark clouds all all our good judgment, and the
FURNITURE MADE Important black and gray- keys to Milne's High School Alge- '
should have. It's all very t '
LIKE NEW and I'm sure they needit But now, as the day come on I bra. Also our first year Latin a happy after-sense of refresh-

Lowest- in the school.! Q. Do you feel just after dawn they broke : books>> now in the safe keepingof iL-- '"
(I school ever really away- Mr. Morgan. Also our first Thirst asks
L 1'rke. that this can ment. nothing more. 4
Y OIl AU be a standard institution until it Just as the day breaks from attempts at composition now preserved I {

WorkAT has Home Economics included in the night; with great tenderness by it I r
Its curriculum? A. "-I think And now all that is in sight Miss Ruth Matthew, who, no THE PAUSE THAT REFRtBcrrruD
standard school should haveIt Are tiny white clouds that play doubt, exhibits them at the University

_. FRED- every," and he added "Lots of girls Around the sky on an April of Chicago aa models of UNDER AUTHORITY OP THE COCA-COLA co. BY
KRICKS day. senselessness. In closing, we admonish STAIIKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING
FURNITURE lost their husbands because they COMPANYw ;
HOSPITAL Oleeta Green them to be good little .
couldn't cook!

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I f..: i?'t : SOCIETY and CLUBS -- I Steak Enjoyable SizzleIs Event :Methodist Committee IntermediatesHold Meets Hospital Woman's ProjectMrs. Club Endorses Auxiliary The LadiesPresbyterian Meeting' Held

_. --.. ._ AUXiliary d
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Members of Circle No. 4 of The monthly Committee meetings K. G. Duncan presidentof Church met

Young People Enjoy Miss Garnita Hullo Honored Miss! Vera Claire Robinson the Woman's Missionary Society of the Intermediate Depart- the Starke Woman's Club, pre day evening at eight fl"ciOit 1

Hayride ThursdayNight With Birthday Party Honored At Bridge Party of the Baptist Church entertainedat ment of the Young People's Division sided at the regular meeting held with the home the of Mrs K G
a delightful steak sizzle Thurs First Methodist Church, Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- newly elected p.

,, F The Senior Department of the Miss Garnita Hutto, attractive Miss Vera Claire Robinson of day night of last week at the were held this week in the Church clock in the club auditorium. Mrs.Roses E., M. Davis. In the Qa

Methodist Young People enjoyed.a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Apopka. whose marriage to Mr Gray's cottage on Kingsley Lake, School rooms. Those having During the business session bowls and attractively Brranll(

hay ride Thursday night, April Hutto, was the honored guest Henry Wight of Sanford will be honoring their husbands and a meetings were the Worship Committee Mrs. R. A. Green asked the club decorating vases. were ""

{ 4th. last Friday night when her an event of June 7th in Apopka, few friends. Ida Lulu Davis, Chair- to take some action on the pro- the living ill '
room where 1 :
Leaving the Methodist Churchat mother entertained at a delightful was the honored guest Saturday, Steaks were cooked on an out man; Social Service Committee, posed local hospital project. The tertained. the &gMt, were*

8:00: o'clock the party pro- Informal party in celebration night when Mrs. J. R. Wainwright door stove and were supplemented Arline Dew, Chairman; Recrea- club went on record as endorsing -

seeded, to Lake Butler and returned of Garnlta's fourteenth birthday entertained a t a lovely with tempting covered dishes tion Committee, Marjorie Davis, this project. Mrs. Charles HAllen u,

via the State Farm. anniversary. bridge party. Miss Robinson wasa which were carried by the memo Chairman; Missions Committee, Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairmanof Devotional service and ynt"

h the Azaleas and calendulae. at- house guest last week-end of bers. Mrs. L. H. Jennings and :Mack Futch, Chairman; and the program for the afternoon, Young had charge of ,the
g' Thta was regular weekly
'' tractively arranged In bowls and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs. R. Q. Kidd composed the Publicity Committee Lyle Anderson -. presented the Woman's Chorus'' gram on,. "Chosen" (Korea, J

soclal\event and was enjoyed by vases, were used In decoratingthe Attractive arrangements of food committee. Chairman. three numbers, "Drowsy Waters" Young ,road tMveral |ML,

the League members and a few living room where the young calendulae and azaleas were Following supper the guests The Worship Committee at its "Venetian Love," and "I Love letters "from misalonlll'iea

about thirtyfive.Mrs. people were entertained. placed to advantage In the living the leaders and "Chosen.
1, guests .totaling were invited Into the house and meeting planned Life. They were accompanied at
W. B. Sewell is counselor. Throughout the evening informal room where two tables were were entertained,, with several subjects through May 4th; the the piano by Mrs. E. :M. Davis. Following'' the program ,,
were enjoyed. for the players.At Social Service Committee sends business i'session
games placed was
of, this department. novel games, conducted by Mrs. During the'social hour refreshments held '
The Mrs. Arthur Hall, Sharon 'Hail the conclusion of the games R. A, Green and Mrs. S. P. Van- cards to any absent members, anda of fruit salad open-faced During tWsocial hour
young people and Frank Morgan assisted Mrs. R. G. Kidd was presented divlere. Mother's Day meeting has been Duncan served a
sandwiches. Ritz crackers, and delightful
i1 wish to express their appreciation Mrs. Hutto In serving refresh with a piece of costume jewelry planned for early May; the Recreation serf course,
Those the'out Russian tea, were served by the consisting
present to enjoy I Of ,
to W. P. Smith for the use ments of ice cream and cake. as her reward for making high Committee has planned late pudding, topped a
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. |
',,of his truck. The birthday cake, iced In white I score. Miss Robinson made low Flynn ing were, acting: hosts at the lake a swimming party at the Lakeat following hostesses; Mrs. C W. ped cream, and cookies.with lit
and beautifully decorated In pink, score and was consoled with two as an early date; a Mission pro- Chalker, chairman, Mrs. R. A.
Mr Mrs. R. G. Kidd
was placed on the lace covered linen handkerchiefs. Mrs. Waln cottage. and gram has been planned for next Green, Mrs. L, H. Jennings, Mrs. Births
) Mr. and Mrs. W' B. Mundy, Jr., 'Week'
table. An artistic also the honoree
dining wrlght
Governor arrange- Sunday evening in the Depart-
i Mr and Mrs. Sale Mr and Charles Allen and Mrs. J. W.
I Guy ,
r, ment of spring flowers 'added a with a piece of lingerie as a gift ment. Mr. and
FRED P. CONE Mrs. Jerry Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Kincaid. Mrs. Claud B. t
to of
further decorative note the rememberance of this delightful -
V. H. Carden, Jr.,. and Mrs. James At the Sunday evening servicein Starke, boy, April 3

table.Those invited to enjoy the In affair.a game of bingo Miss Myr- Lewis, Mr and Mrs. J. L. Sim- the Church last week the following CONGRESSMAN LKX GREEN Mr. and Mrs. N M. Brjj, ,

party with Garnita were: Dobbie tice Klllingsworth received a mons, Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins received ribbons to desig- will speak at HAMPTON at 10 Starke, boy, April 8.

I Cameron, Alberta Woodard, Thel- negro mammy dinner bell.A Mr and Mrs. Joe Wilkins, work nate :their Patsy past Keen month's, Freddie excellent Wim- a. m. TUESDAY the 16th. (Pd. Mr. and Mrs. T. S Davij.'

ma Manning; Freddie Wimberly, delicious dessert course was Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Dr. Ida Lulu Pol. Adv.) Crosse, boy, April 7.
berly, Virginia Sewell,
s"t ;.y + Elsie Green, Betty Jean Wade, served by the hostess at a late and Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs.R. Davis, Marjorie Davis, Elsie

Edna Mae Mosely, Ruth Simpson, hour in the evening. A. Green; Mrs. S. P. Van- Green, Barbara Keen, Comer Per-
F.. Lorence M o n c r I e f, Margaret Those present to enjoy the
dlvlere, Mrs. Earl Searing, Mrs.J. ryman, Nina Bishop, Arline Dew,
Stringfellow, Jewell Carter, Ida party with the hostess and Miss and Steve Weldon. Graduation Gifts
Lulu and Marjorie Davis, Inez I Robinson were: Mrs R. G. Kldd, C. Garner, Miss Pat Lamb,

I Cutshaw, Arline Dew, Mural Mrs. Guy Sale Misses Myrtice Miss Wilma Alexander, and Miss Regular meetings for this groupof

Smith, Dorothy Faxon, Virginia and Floried Klllingsworth, Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas. young people are held each
!in the Church
Sewell, Doris Dyal, Alice June Evelyn Stump, Miss Martlle Hem- Sunday evening
School at 7 o'clock. FOR GIRLS
;, Harding, Nina Bishop, Patsy and ingway, and Miss Frances Peek. Quarterly Meeting Soon rooms r (
y Lyle Anderson, Jr.
Carolyn Keen.

: 'ft.P iV.t.: W. S. C., S. Will Meet The Quarterly, 'meeting of the Chairman Publicity Committee Cara Nome Compacts Evening in-Baa
..., : ,
( ..Irs. W H. Sewell Elected .. New ;Riyer, Baptlsf! Association < : ,
4 '1 .at -"-- rf, TIt- regular program and busi- will be held at the please.
President Of PTJ; ; A.: Baptist
Perfumes and Atomizers
I Yours sincerely, Monogram Stationery
ness meeting of the Woman'sSociety Church In Starke on Friday, April -
Hfi' ''I Mrs.. A. Wood. it -
t ';'i iJ. I The regular meeting of the of Christian Service of 10, beginning at 10 a. m. An Interesting \
I> the Methodist Church Thanks for the Mrs. Cutex Sets Bath Powders.
Parent-Teacher Association was will be held program has been ar- suggestion, ,
t, : ; held last Thursday afternoon at Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat ranged and the Starke W. M. U. W We have It under advisement ,
_. 1 the Church. .- Can't decide
t "",, 3:15: o'clock in the High School will furnish lunch. quite )
Will auditorium with the president whether I want to commercializemy .

i! s Speak atSTARK.'E Mrs. K. K. Perryman,- In the art or not (Was that a FOR
w titter or was It just my 'maglna-
chair. Miss Madge Middleton,
Carolyn CallstreetWell tlon?)
secretary, read the"minutes of
Monday, April 15 the previous meeting and Mrs II. The National Guarders are plan- Schick Shavers Shaffer Pen and
nin' a dance at the Armory April Pencil
at C. gave the treasurer's re-
port. folks I've always I car, and before he realized what 19th ., Following graduation
b 2:30 m. exercises Sounds good to Sets Flash Lights Amity Bill Folds
p. During the business meetingthe heard that this writing gamewasn't was happening the crowd began me Cigarette
all it was cracked to, even though it's gonna be mighty
following officers were elected up to gather until he was surrounded '
GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY be, and I'm beginning to believe hard for us alumnettes to com- Cases Cameras.All .
fpr the incoming year: by 18 (actual count)': Intent listeners ,
t to meet the most President Mrs. W B. Sewell. it Every time I sit down to Some of them, hearing pete with such a bevy of sweet

I colorful personality in FlorIda Vice-president, Mrs. E. L. Wil dash off a little dirt another W. P.'s natural speaking voicea girl graduates ,

the man who not only liams. sound wagon rolls by playing block or' so away, and seeingthe at Well baccalaureate, so long folks. See you Gifts Wrapped Ready To GiveCARPENTER'S
sweet hot and there But try not
something or
N. stickers
PROMISED ECONOMY inState Recording secretary, Mrs. said they figured it
hi' F D. Wainwright, Jr. my thoughts go off again A was Governor Cone, himself, mak- to bring any crickets in with youCarolyn
Government but
who"KEPT .
Treasurer, Mrs. E. L. Diggs. million miles away I never ing a political speechl
'{ HIS PROMISE. could concentrate to music -
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.G. .
Richard Kldd (Sr.) !is quite the
B. Flynn. Specially when I know its gonna
Z SHAKE THE HAND which Historian Miss Evelyn Stumn. be followed by some silver- stuff when it comes to dressinga Engraved sympathy acknowl-
lady for a going away trip edgements. The Rexall Store
weilded the famous VETO Parliamentarian, Mrs Lester tongued orator telling how he's Gave Inexpensive.-Bradford -
quite a convincing performance -
PEN and which SAVED Sponholtz.It gonna save the state in generaland County Telegraph.
at a party last week '. .,
THE FINANCIAL STRUCTURE was announced that the P.- me In particular from goingto And while I'm on the'.subject of

OF OUR STATE. T. A. ''Will sell sandwiches, candy, the bow-wows -.- Why Kiclds. Richard ll\\ pulled a fast
and drinks on the athletic field bother? I always did like
t one tother day You know he
May 3, at the political rally. dogs! I
LISTEN to the VOICE calls his mother Bunnie (don't we,
which told you four years Mrs. W H. Hart's room won Imagine my surprise Tuesday all ?) and recently someone, hear- F ,
the for the afternoon to discover that Holland -
prize room count.
ago that "WE DON'TNEED has more white hair than ing him refer to her in this way,
asked "And who is Bunnie Rich-
ANY MORETAXES" Whitehair! The two leading ,
Book Club To Meet ard ?" ,, "Oh, she's just the
and which is still candidates are both very person-

repeating that message "Children of God" will be re- able (I would say handsome, but me lady," he who nonchalantly cooks for replied Daddy .and. -I W K!

viewed by Rev. L. A. Shepherd of their wives might read this col-
HEAR FRED P. CONE the State Farm at the regular umn) men, so it's gonna be Little Markle Brown broke into

,tell you how the State bal- meeting of the Book Club Tuesday mighty tough on us girls makingup the news again the ,other day

ahced. its budget by "NOT night at 8:00: o'clock at the homeof our minds Then too, Filler when he went to the Sewell's to
Warren has nice hair take possession of one of a new
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. wavy
SPENDING MORE THAN All those and has never been accused of litter of kittens ..','Is this a
Interested in hearing
f IT ,T.OOK IN..' boy cat or a girl cat?'' he asked
'the review are urged to attend. being hard on the'eyes And BIRDS
Paty and Fraser are mighty dls- "It's a boy," he was told EYE
ATTEND THIS MEETINGand "Well give me a girl" he
Program and Business Meet Ingulshed look in' Ah me!
find out what FREDP. Ernie, meenie, mlney, moe said "they have more kittens,

CONE can and will dofor' Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. > and I want to get my money's

;you and for FORIDAas M. U. will have charge of the Glanced out of my window worth!" FROST

your UNITED STATES program at the Church Monday early (YOU heard me-well, It Hear Joe Malpas passed thru E D FOODS

SENATOR. afternoon at 3:00: o'clock. The must have been all of ten o'clock) town tother day Sorry I

regular business meeting will be and couldn't see a thing but yellow missed seein him You know // / / /

Florida in charge of the president, Mrs spots before my eyes i he edits the paper at Jasper now ii
Count ; A. M. Darby. All members are Couldn't blink 'em away 'cause and I unnerstand he loves It /i

On Cone! asked to be at the meeting to they were dandelions bloomin' all 'Hazel Guy In town, recently returned -

I i help the leaders over the place Made me feel I from Key West Says
a like bursting Into poetry again I she passed the time In that faraway ((21 DIFFERENT ITEfrtS)

,> You know, something on the I jumpln' off place by bl-

DPI'' r; TUCK'S order of "It might be nice to get cycnng ,.
t up 'early" but it's dandelion In Struck. me funny late Monday WITH THE NEW / i i s, ,

(, HOME OF HOME: COOKED FOOD" bed! night, or rather early Tuesday
Main Drag Driblets: Leila and morning when a n announcer /
PLATE LUNCHES SANDWICHES -. BEER Bill Mundy movln' Into the Brin- dramatically butted Into a Ted

son house on Walnut The D. Lewis
SOFT DRINKS program and said: "Adolf
r P. Carpenter's beautiful new Hitler has just taken possession PHI LCD

1 t Cars, :: Greased, Gassed or Oil Changed While You Eat buick (town's gettln' full ot. 'em of Copenhagen! And now we will

isn't It?') On the sickliet: resume the Yodeling Jive" .

a' Chas. Burton, Prop. Edwin St. John (plumbago-or is Enough to make a silly gal like

( Formerly Employed at Kozy Korner that a variety of shrubbery? I me hysterical, Isn't It?
never can remember.) and Mrs If
you see Frank Landrum
Ihone 158 Starke Fla. !I A. E. Llghtfoot '. Rest blshes head in' toward the airport witha I t/

for a .
secovery bunch of posies, don't be
I Graduation here again and the Manned Remember the don- it. i .with
; 4 _i !'! wuwunnuuunwuwrwnuuimimw!!!!'!!!'!'!'!!!!!"''! !'!, !!!,, !' !!''!!!,'!'!!!!!!!!!!!!ummuwuai!!! ""iewunwwnwnMU,,!"-' '' '''nniminneunniuaunuwiu-' -' !,!!" !! -" "nw.!9!!a! I"mlll'I" '!!!!"! flood of invitations is in ful key who's tall he twisted so unmercifully Patented CONSERVADOflPU5
,,1 IWIwnN111nN11nwIYIN14UWwUWanwwYlwIIWWIawNIIwIWIIINIWIMImnI" tlIpIINIa1111wyI11111nIIIIININnn1111141Iw1NIIpNIInInNIl011' 'nWYNPw x swing .. Know of -

Vf}= 'S 1 flies who almost had several to hire f am ex' game here in tother the jackass week?baseball. gyn.. C / Dry,Moist, and Frozen Cold I I

tra help to lug 'em from the post- Well, the poor creature died the i,1 .w 0N

t office It only comes once a : next day as the outfit was check. Only PHILCO has itl I The old-fashioned

year, however And It means Ing out of 1 g freezing unit
town Being near that took in the ecu
::1 s up space
.. so much to the .
!Ii ''j; graduates the airport at the time, that r ter of the refrigerator is replaced by t tits
Memories: Never will I forget seemed the v
logical place for burial y new PHILCO streamlined Advanced
my baccalaureate
sermon .
'Course I'm not + a
I accusing Design. .wi th ice cube and giant
a pink picture hat Frank, but there IS such a thingas separate
trimmed with a bunch of flowers dying of humiliation you jb = p flea frozen food compartments Thrillingly .

Don't know where it came know N different. ..with greater convenient
I from but the fact remains thata In The than 'AndCONSERVADOR..exclusive..patented
I. cricket'setUed Mailbag. you ever dreamed possible.
V down In my Dear Carolyn:
I posies and there It "cricked"throughout I am writing to ask If there is
In the ...with 26% more quickly usable space, plw>'
sermon The
any possibility of advertising In
fit rest of the class seemed to think your column? It used to be that dry moist and frozen food compartmentalA

it funny, but somehow it didn't an ad In the local items,,was sure new kind of a refrigerator. nothing eU<

strike me that way a tall, a tall to bring results. I do not feel like it on the market and now with i

quite so sure now, because I ad- 6w special introductory offer that gives yOU
'" Understand W. P. Smith made vertised in "Local Items" for y DINNERS FOR WEEK .FREE! Seethe <
*a' DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH quite 'speech down to Otter dressmaking and after making
II'j Creek tother day You know many Inquiries I find my friends new PHILCO Refrigerator TODAY:,,
he's never been noted for take advantage of this special opportunity! .
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST talking did not see it, but they 4 bad all f4d
particularly "hushed" voice
read your column. ,
( Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy and he tells the story this way: School will soon be outwhynot

While on business in Levy County have a "Carolyn Callstreet ; C. H. NASWORTHY

e.. Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to 5 p. at.C t he stopped at Otter Creek, and Page" to take the place of the k
began talkln' on the street to a School
Page with
special ads at
C; i aswwnwnweenwwuen, nnwwmwwirwnwnmwwawrwuwnwwnwnnawiwmwaaarnnw couple of friends He had special prices? DOWN Starke Florida
LUiwwuanMmVpiiunM wmnmgphMunwiuMmwmuWwwwFww, ,uwn.wpa.nr some Fred Cone stickers on his Take it up with the' editor


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- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling and:I W. B. Alexander, Mrs Ennla, Mrs. New Cafe Management TAKE PRECAUTIONS '
two children" of Live Oak
were I S. E. Sparks Mrs. R. A. Thomas, been .
When you have out late '+
----- ----- q-------,- .,. ,guests Sunday of last week of Mrs. V H. Carden, Mrs. Doris Tuck's Cafe, opposite the court .
--- rhepherd at night eating and drinking
- I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews at the i Rozler, and the Rev. A. E. Light- house on Road 13 is now under I Y
The W. C. T. U. will meet Fri- take of Bisma-Rex In
Jr., U spending Mr. and Mrs. J. G. otl I a spoonful
State Farm.
:;; foot attended the divisional meet the management of Mr. and Mrs.
Ga. day afternoon at three o'clock Jacksonville I I a glass of water before going to ,
na In Newman were guests Sundayof ing of the W. M. U. In Lake City Chat. Burton Mr. and Mrs. Burton I '
with Mrs. J. W. White. bed. Blsma-Rex acts four
r---F Mr. Alvarez' mother, Mrs HIl- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Peeler Dr. Friday. took over the cafe and Sin' ways : 4
4 Gentry of Portsmouth dabelle Bence, at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. Henry Chace, and Mr. clair Service Station Wednesdayof to combat acid-Indigestion.' Try it "
wek-end here with Col. C. B. Marshall of and see bow wonderful It is. Buy ; i
Butler '
nt the and Mrs. Alvin Chace, all of last week. The business, form-
, Mrs. J. L. Gentry. Ga., spent Monday here with W. Etchison Straw Hats, Hot- Jacksonville were guests Sunday Tom Rltch, Clyde Christian and erly operated by Mrs. H. B., Bisma-Rex only fiOc, at the Rex- ;. )
B. Alexander. ney Ties and Sport Shoes at of Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence at Cliff Mendoza of Jacksonville Tucker will feature full meals all Drug Store--Carpenter's DrugStore I

tacy Rigdon and son, De- .-- Alvarez'. ,Kingsley Lake.A spent the week-end here withTom's and short orders, drinks, and gas- in Starke.
mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch,
Jacksonville are spend- Mrs. W. L. Morgan of Marlon. oline and oils. Mr. Burton will I
and Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.:
week with Mr and Mrs. N, C., Is the guest of Judge and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and Spring Special, S Beautiful be remembered as a former em- AU legal blanks, promissory; i
i pdon. Mra. A, Z. Adkins. their guests Mrs. O. J. Beaverof Folder Photo $1.00. hurry 40 Cliff remained for a longer visit ployee of the Kosy Korner res note, retain title note, can-fed ,,'
with his Mr. and
Tallahassee, Ala., spent Sat- Days Only. Hoover Br..... Studio. Mrs. Griffin.grandparents taurant. "Flat" Versailles Is em- In stock by; the Bradford County; ,
llldabelle Bence left Mon- Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville urday in Jacksonville. ployed by Mr. Burton. Telrgrapb. :
i! an indefmlteT eytay InllIe. spent the week-end here with her Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I ,,
mother, Mrs. P. H. Long. C. J. North of Orlando spent and Mrs. J. W. KIncaid, accom- Vote for J. F. KICKLJTKK for Sells Lake Place --- ..,
Monday here with his brother panied by Mrs. L. A. Shepherd of jour Supervisor of KeglntrMlon.IM. a a ram at
D., Vlning-t.Tuesday, Mrs. L. S. Hutto and O. P. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. the State Farm, spent" Sunday in ( Pol. A Jin. Ga., to visitor par- Hutto spent Friday afternoon In W. N. North. Tampa as guests of Mr and Mr*. Three Friends Barber Shop here, II t' ;i

I. und Mrsr W. L. olner, Waldo, C C Hoppe.Mr Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. Monday sold his Little Santa Fe ""J t, ,I
CONGRESSMAN! LEX GKKKN: W P. Sewell will leave Sunday Lake summer home to Forest W. ':: '
or J. F. KICKLITER for Buy Your Graduation Gifts Will speak at LA\VTKY at 11 a. and Mrs E. L. Molpus for Rlchland, Ga., where the latter -I Holly of Jacksonville. Mr Mundy '" !'
ior of Registration. from Alvarez'. m. SATURDAY the 13th. (I'd. have returned after spending two will visit her daughter, hits 'built the cabin three years ago. ,:
. Ad.) 1'01d v.) weeks in Dlnsmore with Mr and H. E. Norman, before returningto They moved this week Into the \, "
Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. W. Mrs. O. R. Douglas. While there her home In Temple Ga. Mrs. Brlnson house at the corner of '
Blakely of Waldo spent B. Alexander, and Miss Wilma Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mr. Molpus was working on a W. B. Sewell will return to her Walnut and Jackson Streets and
k-end here with Lyle Alexander spent Tuesday in Jack- spent Sunday In Jasper as guestsof forestry project. home here Tuesday. announced.. that they plan to build
sonville. Mr. Shepherd's brother and a home here In the near future.Recipes .

sister-in-law the Rev and Mrs.J. Work Clothes that will out-
I E. Gahagan of SavanIs Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Van Loon E. Shepherd.Mr. last all others at Alvarez'. Mrs. Llllle S. Lewis and grandson
I Granville Lewis, and Mrs.J. fl ,
| the guest of her of Miami were ,guests Monday ,,
,'. C Powell. night of Senator and Mrs. C. E.' and Mrs. J. T. Toney of C. Robinson and daughter, Miss : ;
Johns. Shubuta Miss., were guests the Mrs. George T Baker returnedto Vera Claire Robinson, have returned I'
,-- her home In Birmingham, Alabama homesin
to their respective ;'
first of the week of their son-in-
Ja of Mrs. F. A. Scott law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Sunday after spending Apopka after spending several I We are Indebted to Mrs. James /.hr.r bring
i>t to learn of her seriousher .. Friends of Jasper Brown will Eld ridge Smith. several weeks as the guest of her days here. While here Mrs. i Rosier for a recipe which she you Hi.'aid
home. regret to learn that he Is seriously brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Lewis and Granville were guestsof 'calls "society corn mufflrui" and And water oil ,
.1 ill at his home in Sampson Mrs. P. S. Crews, at the State Mrs. Lewis' son and daughter- which sounds as If the result about jroa.pror dl"
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell and
City. I family spent Saturday night In Farm. in-law, Mr and Mrs. James would be mighty good. Why not Sari lAm Off (A.'.
E 1 try It the next time you're look- on.go-gett.r- -.,,
Gainesville and while there attended Lewis. Mrs. Robinson and Miss "
Mrs. Hazel Hofen .
von and
Mrs. Anna Alvarez, Mr and Ing for something new? Here It MyfH.nd, I hi.INSURANCE
daughter Billle, of Jacksonville, the rodeo sponsored by Robinson were guests of Mr. and Is t. *""
the University of Florida.Mr. Mrs. Francis Alvarez, Mr. and
were guests Sunday of Mrs. Mike Mrs. C. A. Knight.M.
Mrs. Raymond Alvarez and child- 1 1-2 cups flour.
Dew. and Mrs. Albert Lightfootof ren, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Turner 1-2 cup corn meal. HAROLD C. WALL :'
Miami spent the week-end here all of Jacksonville, spent last G. Boawell, Scout Executive 8 tablespoons meltedbulled; XXOEMCVH.IASI
Mrs. Roberts of .
Harry Tampawas with the Rev. and Mrs. A. E week-end at the Kelly cottage on for this district, spoke to l''tablespoon molasses ,
.... ... l V a and Mrs.the guest O. L. Beasley Saturday and of Mrs.J. Mr.., Lightfoot. Mrs. Lightfoot remained Kingsley Lake.Raymond RotarIans at their regular luncheon 1 egg yolk ENFlAL( P tNTUtr,4N, 4

W. KIncaid. for a longer visit. here Wednesday. He made a 1 whole egg. .. aiI
J. Gomes Mrs. Er- plea for financial support of this 1 cup rich milk. PHONE
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kamererof nest Thornquest and Mrs. Kate great movement, which he said In Mix together and bake In well-
Friends of P. S. Crews of the PhiladelphIa Pa., were guests Alonzo left Wednesday to attend reality saves money In the long greased muffin pans. '"
-2&4 State Farm will regret to learn Thursday of Mr, and Mrs. W. B. the state convention of the Na- run becuuue we do not have to -
that he is confined to his home Alexander and. Miss Wilma tional Prohibition Party In Se- support Boy Scouts later in penal DIRECTOR 1
because of illness.
Alexander. bring Mrs. Thomquent is Brad- institutions. The meeting was
AWAY ford County chairman, and Mrs. 6Iy Many Year Experience Make It rlble for Me to Render
EN attended by a number of boys
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and her Dr. and Mrs. W. 15. Mlddleton Alonzo la Alachua County chairman EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COCBTEO l'S SERVICE
erybody Attending house guest, Mrs. W. L. Morganof Miss Madge Middleton and Gerald from Troop 70.Sharkskin. MODERATE PRICES I'

turday Matinee Marlon, N. C., spent Tuesdayand Middleton spent the weekendat DoWITT C. JONES ,
RITZ THEATRE Wednesday in Jacksonville as their camp near Brunswick Mrs. A. M. Darby. Mrs H. L. Pants $3.49 at Starke Florida \
en 2 and ,6 o'clock guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ga. Brownlee, Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. Alvarez'. {Ir

Wilkes. .
Miss Alma Murrhee, an employee

The Citizens Of Bradford County:: here at with of Gainesville her the father Florida, spent, A.Farm F.Sunday Murr-Colony Fresh Green Beans or Squash 3 Ibs. 25c ,, ,,

As 'you all know a recent automobile hee.

accident has caused me to be confined _
to my bed and a wheel chair for the past 3 Beautiful Folder I'hotos1.50. Absolutely Pure

several weeks and will make it impossiblefor 40 Day Only, Hoover Ilron. BANANAS.4Poundsl5c *
Home-Made PigLARD
me to call on every voter in the Studio.Al TipTop .

county between now and election day.
Therefore, I hope you will accept this Kay Carlisle and Bill long CELERY Each - 5c
arrived Wednesday from the University ,
greeting: as a personal call and remember
of..Florid to spent the Grocery
;to- spring holidays at their homes NO. 1 IRISH 10 Pounds

& Market Can $3.25
FOR COUNTY JUDGE Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings i ,
and daughter, Montle, and Wallace STRAWBERRY Potatoes 20c

Morrison of Gainesville were SYRUP Gal 45c

NAT SEZ: T.guests M. Hutchings.Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. SPECIALSSUGARi0 ,

In the case commencement you received! an exorclws: Invitationto at Vole for J. "'. KICKLJTKK for Pounds 45c BLUE ROSE RICE 5 Pounds, ISc

Bradford High next Friday night ;jour Muprr\iiwir of KeglNtrullon. ,
and you are undecided what to (I'd. I'ol. Ad.)
S give hint or her or them, let me

y'f Go make down this to sugKCHtion./Sternherg's store on CentaWordFOR Rex Pure Lard 2 I-Lb. Cartons 17c Kitchen Matches, 4 Big Boxes lOc t

.a Call Street, tell your troubles to '"

Nat or, if he'd out playing golf, :)
tell one of Hie girls. IS CELEBRATING HIS SIXTH ANNIVER)1;)1 :i:
SALKfine tomato Country Kist
They'll help you make jour selection See D. G. Kelly, Starke plants.Flor- JOE J SARY AT TIP TOP ;i '

and it real" that purty aln't in tissue allthey'llwrap paper ida, Box 683. ltp C 0 R N GIVING YOU A SPECIAL SALE

with a whole bunch of ribbon and i
tuff at no extra charge. That's MRS. RACHEL B. ROBERTS 3 Cans .. 25c 'i!
what I call ser\ico. ANNOUNCES-Special Sale of LONG nOUN HWIFT' t l:

her and hondpulnted pictures from fire 50c to screens$50. I CHEESE, Pound 20c BACON, Pound 29c "

Corner Court & Call Streets. Country Kist -- t: : I
1 to 7
Open p. m. '


Klckllter home east of Starke.
GraduationGIFTS Apply to J. F. Klckliter. 4-12 4t Can 9c

FOR SALE-second hand Ala- CHURNGOLD(; Save Valuable Coupons Pound 18c

chua Queen wood stove: $8 Smoked ,
cash. Come and look at it. W. : ,:
B. Alexander. It, FANCY lUll

B A C 0 N TUB BUTTER, Lb. 32c BEEF STEW, Pound 12'Jc I
FOR SALE Four 5.50x17 used I
ckok Tie' Sets Holeproof Hosiery
tires and tubes. Heavy duty Pound .__ 9c
folders' Collar Pins Always Appreciated six ply. O. F, Stalvey, coo| WESTERN WESTERN: : FANCY
c $1 79c $1.00 Bradford House, Starke. lip
$1.50 -
Fancy White CHUCK ROAST, Lb. 19c T-BONE STEAK, Lb. 3Scp1

Manhattan Silk Underwear FOR SALE-6-year-old horse, 800
. sound good work and riding -
Ibs., C 0 N

>rts $2.00& Pajamas Gowns Slips$1.98& Pajamas Starke.horse C. V. Inglerlght" ltp ___ 7c Swift's_ Ga.. Peanut Brand PICNIC HAMS Pound ISc t

FOR SALE-Heart cypress fence J 1 '
GEM J"'M HJ..IC" itRed'
Satin Underwearoreast reasonably priced. See L. ,
Wembley Dance Sets A. Fowler, Brooker, Fla., Route Top MARGARINE, Pound lIe;; I PALACE BACON, Lb 19c :
Gowns Slips -
Ties ltpFOR

'$1.00" $1.00 I RENT-Attractive five-room C OFFE E WESTERN STEAK Round Sirloin Club Pound 29c \ 1

bungalow in town will all modem or
toleproof] Sox Musingwear conveniences.' See Mrs. Pound 5c il\
Bence or Morgan's
Panties Hlldabelle
*heY Really Wear Fit Better Store. 3t to 4-26 Cream Cheese, Each _' 9c Western Spare Ribs, Lb. lOcMorrell'a
Pair They
$1 Pride '
49c 3TRAYED-Several cattle, new

Slack Suits Hdkfs. brand: "M. B.", old brand: K. POTTED MEAT Lamb Stew, Lb. 20c Pickle Pig Feet, Each 5c jJ ''f
Ladies Linen C., C. F.. or J. B., y
A Fine, Gift Please pen any of '
Individual or Boxed marks. Marcus 3 For lOc

$2.98 'up 25c 50c these Brown cattle, Starke.UNTIMELY and. notify tf Parkay, Pound 18c Western Neck Bones, Lb. 6c :

k Twain Shirts Summer Hand Bags DEATH CAUSES BalJard's Pancake

Fine Quality Shirt" Patent or White VACANCY County Rawlelgh of North Route.Marion Good F LOU R Ga., WHOLE TENDER HAMS, Pound .. - 18c i

$1.65' $1.00TERNBERCJ opportunity for man with car

service.to continue List established 0 f Customers route Package 10c Armour's Treet, Can 23cl I Oil Sausage 1-2 Gal. _ 48c

available. Rate has been

worked man.Wildwood See for Fla.Mr.four, or yeanj R. write R.by Rudd.Raw.leigh's same- Giant Size P ,& (G;, 3 For lOc ( JUST RITE FLOUR, 24 Lbs. 73c i;

Dept. FAD-223i2022R6. r9rN *
Memphis, Tena. I

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; School Board future hospital bills for Indigents r NEWS .:v PI.OIIIII THE cinniT ,'"'R' Tf
LIVE STATE 1'111'1'11
unless authorized by the board '11H'I'IT. IM AMI FOil"I hp'

MinutesThe while in session and the clerk I POIIIt 'OI'XTV. |% UII'OIlDRR '
OK '
--- ------ PI in.
---- -- H
,i. --_ =-- -- was Instructed to so notify the irtoy

RURAL HINTS lOll THEHOUSEHOLD I Bradford County Board of county nurse and the physicians A BIO IIELP ENTIRE FAMILY DROWNS NOTICE TO APpg11t

} Public Instruction met in regular in the county.The TO: DITHER T
COMMON SENSE. . session in the office of the County TallahaB8ee-Reports received Miami,-Four members of a II. WATERS and! J. K.S"WAn'fJOt'OI
clerk Instructed to request -
I was J. M. MITCIIJ3M.
Superintendent Monday April 1. of from the State Racing Commis- family were trapped and drowned. M. wit... A&IONOA H T FHAp
S continued HAW
Eggs are one of the most universal COOKING TEMPERATURES I at 4:00: P. M. with all members the W. P. A. for employment Mrs. Ollie sion Jin the closing days of the when their skidding automobile ROBERTS nOFlKKTS J.and D. wit.. EI111 t

foods and are produced on have to-wit: E. J Lewis, chair. present season Indicate that each SUsiB T.b.Iii()
kr} ; In recent years, scientists present Rivers. plunged from a highway into a wife R. IIlcLFlIIIRI:
is any and takena J. H. Moore, W. E. Middle of the 67 counties will receive LANE, unmarried; i!
farms than perhaps Into the kitchen man i TIIglAh
m The sheriff was authorized and $30,000 from racing revenue this drainage canal. The wereD. PITTS: and wife. ALI<'F; G
; other one Item of food. Conse- lot of the guesswork out of, ton.M. instructed to deliver all persons : W. Crosby, 37; his wife, 28; P. I. McCALl. and wit, MAl'PI
have Introduced before the I year. MffALJU: W. R MoOHI' 'lI
L. Johns was :
They }
quently, both consumers and pro I adjudged Insane to the proper I their S-montn-old child and the McNEILLi: T. H. BAIsnrv: '

ducers are interested in t h equality temperature-measuring and regulating -! Board relative to building at New state facility at the name expenseas I: GUNMEN ROB SHOP husband's brother, Dewey Crosby, GRAHAM PARKER: and JOHN wit.. ALF\Ah: : !'
devices to help women River. The Superintendent ,
heretofore allowed.A 38 all of Miami. HAM. whore true ,
of eggs, and concerted efforts keep food at the right temper-i Instructed to write O. P. Cannon Miami, -Two gunmen robbedten In. unknown: JAMBS Chrmtim.I. I.ITDL( ,

have been made In recent ature and hold down waste from' and see if it would be satisfactory communication was received men of an estimated $3.500 NEEDS REST wife K1TTIE M HATER

years to see that only eggs of too much heat or too much cold.1 to begin work salvaging the from Wallace E. Sturgis of Ocala In cash and jewelry In a daring CAPONE and SHAW wife.widower-__ ; W M wi.

on The oven thermometer and i present building I n order t 0 requesting $25 to help defray ex- downtown tobacco shop holdupand Miami Beach, -Al Ca pone's true Christian nam.Tf1tR'I
excellent quality are placed WILLIAM H DRIGGEItsinks
market. regulator are both helpful In following hasten work. Mr. Johns was ad. penses of a committee of county escaped after exchanging family called upon "the public __h OR1GUBRS whose :

the exact: temperatures for i vised that plans for the buildingwere commissioners and county at- shots with two policemen while sense of fair play" to permit the flan name la unknown true, i

Extension poultryman D. out F. baking. They offer a simple way: in Tallahassee for completion torneys, which is endeavoring to fleeing in a commandeered auto- ill former gang chieftan- the rest C.WALDHAUKR.WAl/THOUR,also and ten..u7":? '

Sowell of Gainesville points to make sure that the oven la and would be returned with. secure the passage of Senate Bill mobile. and quiet prescribed by his phy- WALDHAUER who,,, true| %,

that It costs just as much In feed moderate enough to cook dishes: in the next week or ten days al 1216 and Senate Bill 1217 of 1939 sician. Capone, released from SHAW tlan name: JNO. in R unknown t,

and labor to produce an egg Of made with eggs or other delicate which time building would be over the Governor's veto. After .NEAR TORNADO Federal prfton last January afterserving wife H. D. EARL;EARL D. o. jfS.'

Inferior quality as one cf the best proteins without toughening them. begun. considerable discussion it was de- 7 1-2 years for Income W. R. UANK and wife ll'!
that Gainesville tornado-like disturbance IiANB; CAMPBELL Bn
grade. He suggests poultrymen They also assure you that the Albert Sullivan, Trustee from cided to lay'the matter over for hall anda tax evasion returned to his lux- W. R MASSEY and wife T1I1
of farm flocks bringing rain, C
and owners further consideration.Two I MASSEY; J. D. UANR
is the temperature to estate two
oven right urious Palm Island old
Theressa! District, requested that '
produce clean, infertile eggs, and signed by heavy wind struck a wooded --- LANE whose tru. Chri,
petitions one
give a of rolls a crop crust weeks The who I Is unknown
pan Hampton School be opened the 10 miles west of ago. physician, name ; It any ,
It section
gather them three times dally. and signed by i farming and If
without burning the edges. In The tax payers one asked that his name be withheld Ins- dead thelt rnmi
first Monday in July. Sup. i
clean Gainesville Friday night, leavingIn unknown heirs at law
is easier to produce eggs ,
of the were a.m.,
girls county, pre
fact these Instruments serve as examination disclosed
erlntendent instructed to no- said his l l.galeee, grantees and .
than it is to clean dirty ones, and useful guides in baking almost sented to the board asking that a its wake, one dead, a de- PJoNISUJ.AH N A V A L |5Jn;,I
was suffering a
tify trustees of both Hamptonand Capone
after be- molished home and many I COMPANY a (
eggs deteriorate rapidly home demonstraUon agent be em- negro corporation RRO(
food exactly right. for
any standing nervous disorder : TURPENTINE
Theresas Districts to meet ER COMPA\
become broken trees. The ,
ing cleaned. Egg. the next fiscal uprooted
The roast-meat thermometer is with the Board at its next special ployed during which he has undergone drastic corporation: CONS, OMnj.
and soiled when too many accumulate Upon motion and second which lasted for approximately NAVAL, STORES COMPANY ,
another device tha t helps the meeting with reference to this year. from the treatment." pnratlon; W 1 L 8 ON AT
in the neat, and those the petitions were filed for future 15 minutes, whipped up FERTILIZER TOnv(()
cook to turn out perfectly cooked matter. R
that are constantly covered by reference when the 1940-41 Bud. north about 7:30 p. m., A nine anon; RIVERSIDE HOSPITA'
meats. Inserted into the tester:: DROP IN THE BASKET corporation; and JAS. T
Frank Identified
laying hens will show the effects Abernathy requestedthat is considered. year-old negro youth I KIM-
of the thickest part of a ham, a get and JNO. McRAE. an Trim,.'
of heating. the Graham School Buildingbe aa Rosee Perry, was Instantly Tallahassee. Only $3.771.024 the Florida Railway ("o"Plnl
prime rib cut of beef, or a leg wired for electric lights and killed while asleep when an up- corporation; and trtolr reMpe",
; should be cooled before of the $73.000,000 "
Eggs passing throughthe
t Teachers unknown grantees,
of lamb and left there all the ExpressAppreciation successor. ,
that the school be fenced. the I
,; packing: by spreading them one grounds rooted tree crashed through State treasury the past fiscal amtlffna; and any person, nil,
time the roast is In the oven It
Middleton stated that he was In or corporate claiming
wire house any rl i
layer deep on a tray. They went for the of
will tell when the Inside of the year expense title or Intereat In and to tpl
should be packed cool and clean, favor of granting these requests State government. State Comp- lowing described lands or anr r I
roast is cooked to just the de- there was sufficient who NEW USES FOR TUNG OIL, tlon thereof, situate, lYing
large end up. In clean cases, and provided Bradford County teachers ; troller J. M. Lee says He pointedout Ing- In the County of and I
sired turn. Because the thermometer Bradford,
held In a cool room free of odors. tells the temperature In money left after all bills for the attended the Florida Educational Tallahassee, American pro- that the remaining $70,000.- State of Florida and more
new' school building were paid. Association in Orlando week before tlcularly described a*:
should be marketed at least the
They the center of the roast (the part duced tung nuts may in the future 000 handled last year by

twice a week, since the time be- that gets "done" last), It shows The Board unanimously agreed last, have made public the supply such byproducts ,as I State treasurer went for special I Lot Three (S); the East HI'
(Ey,,) of the North
tween when the are laid and that if teachers attended visita- following letter: Half (IVL
eggs when the meat Is exactly right lamp black, fertilizer, livestock services demanded by the peoplefor of Lot Four (4); all off i,
when they are eaten exerts considerable -' for serving. And It keeps tion day at P. K.: Young in To the Honorable Board of Pub- feed and ink. Government chemists their own protection and own Five (5): the South Halt(8'1(

Influence on quality. you Gainesville, thereby making lic Instruction, Bradford County, oLot Six (6); XO"ik
: from overcooking the meat and up in various laboratories are benefit, or for schools, pensions, Three-Quarters (N S-4)
y Sowell says that if eggs are wasting more than necessary Friday March 29, 1940, that salary Fla: experimenting with America's In- or highways, while more than a Lots. Seven (7). Eight ((8)), J'I,,
held for than deductions would not be made We, the undersigned teachersof third of the vast backto Nine (9): the North Halt (M
more two days they I through shrinkage.The fant crop which may develop Into sum goes of Lot Ten (10) and the Non
should be kept at temperatures whether they went to Orlando or Bradford County High School an agricultural giant. The tung the counties themselves for Twelve (12) acres of the gout
proper temperature is also wish to our sincere ap- Half (S3,) of Lot Ten III( ,
below 95 State
He the treasurer
degrees. suggeststhat not.Middleton oil-produced primarily as an Ingredient county purposes, all In Section Seven
Important in storing foods before (7)), Toroship
they should be held under made motion that as preciation to you for making it for paints, varnishes and merely acting more or less Seven (7) South, RIO
they are cooked. There are some funds available that possible for us to attend the Twenty (20) East.
refrigeration the same as soon as are finishing materials is going as a bank.
food., such as bananas and sweet- Mrs. Elva Sullivan be reImbursed Florida Educational Association YOU AND EACH
and. that buyers should not milk'i through experiments of production OF I,
sarily consider every egg potatoes, that keep best at room for services rendered in Convention in Orlando. We feel and uses that may provide "GUM FARMING" whether known or\ unknown i
hereby that
temperature. Others such as Bradford County cafeterias in the that we as members of the teach- a null
storekeeper has In the agricultural opportunities for a been brought against you In
tor as a cold storage relrlgera-I dairy products and meats, require amount of $69.25. Motion was ing profession profit much from million or more acres. Mayo.-A group of enterprising Circuit Court for Bradford Cent

y housewife should good refrigeration to prevent the seconded by Moore and unanimously active participation in the above Lafayette con-ity! farmers A.Florida BROWN, In Chancery and his ,wife iy.LEU nth;

eggs she buys be treated the I growth of bacteria. carried. mentioned organization.The NO IMPROVEMENT have embarked on a program of L. BROWN; that the nature

same as other perishables," he, The Board unanimously agreed, Florida Educational Association "Gum Farming" which is adding said milt Is title to quiet and the and lit confiplaintiffs' !,!

I declares. Welfare Payments upon motion made by Mlddleto has made is possible for the Tampa,-The national increasein materially to their Incomes and their ultimate grantees hy

school teachers in this state to fatalities the which form ranty deed to the lands abon
"The to have Luther Watterson disconnect traffic over promises to the basis
country storekeeper, Cone'sAdministration scribed; and you are hereby
trucker and other During pump and remove from enjoy economic security to the United States has been about 3 of a profitable enterprise for quired to file with the Clerk

have egg buyers pit at Hampton School. degree that we now have. The per cent over the 1939 record. farmers simillarly situated In aid Court In his office In Slti
a large part to play in the Florida your written appear
future of the Florida poultry Industry The Board unanimously arreedto future of our schools depends Florida, however, does not showan other parts of the state. They (personal or by attorney) 'In i

," ho avers. "It is important During his administration a allow Lester Slade $2.00 each upon the success of the program increase, but Is holding her have found that now, years after A.suit D.on 1(40.the first being Monday the sixth In II j

that they encourage the poul- total of $123,080.70 has been paidin for two extra trips made 1 In being planned for Florida schools. own. In 1939 54 people were the virgin pine forests have been of said month, and thereafter

to public assistance to Bradford transporting children from Hamp- We, the undersigned teachers, killed during the month of March, consumed by the big saw mills, file. with said Clerk your Writ
tryman produce a better egg, defenses. If any to the bill otn
r and It !Is most necessary that County recipients, Governor FredP. ton School to home. enjoyed a most helpful programin and the same number were killed a new crop of pine timber has plaint in said suit at the tlm (

they retain the quality of the Cone announced in Tallahassee The Board agreed to sell old Orlando and wish again to during March this year-which grown up on many acres of farm scribed by law.

while it is in their possession.! egg this week. The figures were furnished wooden bus bodies which are no :humbly thank you for your In- may be a good record for the na- woodland. They have adopted a will Herein be entered fall not against or judgtir you

him by the State Wel- longer suitable for use for $5.00 terest In 118.I tion as a whole but a very poor careful and conservative method default.

"Every buyer should familiarize fare Board at his 1 request, the each.. I Very sincerely yours, record for the State of Florida.An of chipping these trees which will THE BRADFORD COCK:

himself with the egg quality Governor said and do not include The renewal o f Workmen 'E. L. Williams analysis of those killed durIng enable them to maintain a source eral TELEGRAPH circulation, a published newspaper In oil Hi
grades as found in the Florida '
April allotments. Compensation Policy came before 1. M. Sponholtz March shows that everyone of income from the gum crops ford County Florida, la ktn

4 lot eggquality according law to, and pay for In each Of the total $114,159.70 was the Board. It was unanimously! 'Blanche A. Vandlviere ol the 34 lives were unnecessarily indefinitely. It is estimated that designated which this as notice the shall n@.pnp.r b. pill

4j way, and this grade. this paid in grants to the aged needy, approved on condition that agent Delle Dowling sacrificed; that five of those 50.000 faces were .cut this year, lied once a week fur tour tnecutive >
way only, the weeks prior to Bald u
meet with the Board at its next Rosalind Williams killed actually ran into trains. and the
$5,394.00 to dependent children prospects are that an-
bulk of Florida be Improved day of May, A. D. 1940
in quality. If eggs Florida and $3,527.00 to the needy blind meeting and give detailed explanation Edna Hart The moat regrettable part of the other 50,000 faces will be added WITNESS my hand and sell

poultrymen and near-blind. of amount of coverageand Evelyn Stump record is that there were a num- next year. said Court at Starke Florida, '
are to take full
the law which advantageof the During the same period grantsto terms of this policy. Eunice Searing ber of children killed. These children 4th day of April A. D. 1940

has egg state Florida recipients aggregated The Board adjourned to meet Verna J. Demorest for the most part were pas Typewriter ribbons of all kinds (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Them
4 provided for them they must Clerk Circuit Court, Brad
i produce and market better $15,178.50074 of which $13,576- the first Monday in May at 4::00 Lucile Kennedy sengers in automobiles. j tor sale at the Telegraph office. County Florida 4-5 HIT
than can be shipped into the 285.74 was for Old Age Assistance P. M. Madge Middleton

state," he concludes. $906,18800 for Aid to De- Edna E. Prevatt

pendent Children and $$696,188 CommissionersApril John Atkinson

F WHY suffer from Colds for Aid to the Blind. Evelyn D. Ritch

Payment of Old Age Assistancewith MinutesThe Ruby LIlley HOLDS I FIRST PLACEtnPep

l For quirk Joint state and federal funds Lucile Edwards
Board of County Commissioners -
relief from 666 was begun on July 1, 1937, at Willie Mae Hinson
of Bradford County met
J. M. Whittemore
cold ymptoms which time the State Welfare
1 at 10 o'clock A. M. with
April ,
Grace Wainwright
take 606Liquid Board was Inducted into office.

s Tablets Salve Note Payment of Aid to the Blind was the following members present: Eva Anderson Power and
L. L. Coner, Chairman P. D Alice Fernandez
Drops begun In January, 1938, and pay- ,
Reddish, Mallory Thomas, R. S. Ethel Biggs
ment of Aid to Dependent Child-
{ Wasdtn and T. D. Dyal.
ren In September, 1938. The latter Leola Roberts
The following were dropped
program was held up for lack a///otv-pr/ceefcars/
of funds due to the depleted con- from the pauper roll because they SUNNY BROOK FARM
are receiving old age assistance:
dition of the
I* ui4 general revenue Mrs. Bell Parmenter George By Mrs. Floyd R.. Crosby
fund, from which the appropratlon -
1$ Isaac Johnson and Arch Johns
was made by the legislature. Mrs. J. F. Hardin and daughter

State funds for the paymentsof Mrs. Maggie Forsythe was drop- Latrelle, of Myrtle Beach S. /.t
JIM ped from the roll as she has regained -
Old Age Assistance and Aid C., spent last Monday night with
her health and is able to
.w.1tr to the Blind are allocated from Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby.
earn a livelihood.The .
; ; R, revenues of the State Beverage G. M. Bennett is spending this 5y -
following were placed on
Department, which have proven week in Jasper.
the roll for the
more than adequate to meet the pauper amounts Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and
as. specified: Joseph Carter $5.00( BilPI
annual legislative appropriation of children spent last Sunday in
month and E. Gnann
per $5.00(
.....-.....- 93,400,000 for this purpose."In month. Lake Butler with Mr. and Mrs. <
paying out more than $15- per. A. L. Driggers.Mr. j
"HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH"Paid Pauper allowance of Lonnie
P 000,000 for public assistance in and Mrs. C. Sullivan of t
h- ( Political Advertisement) the state, which is more than Is Thornton was raised to $4 00 per Theresaa spent Sunday afternoon
I month Miss Ida Hagan was allowed -
with Mr. and Mrs. .
$5.00 to apply on medicinebill Floyd Crosby.Mr.
I and Mrs. Jack Ward and
Rosa Williams was allowed
BOREE FUNERAL children of Crescent. Ga moved
$5.00 for immediate relief, and s u asa.y
here last week. .o" ,., ,
i Fun line of Caskets ft Undertakers Supplies Henry Howard was allowed $5.00to
Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
AMBULANCE S E R VIOK: pay for groceries furnished Crosby and

134 DAY AND PHONE NIGHT 1S4 during Application his recent of misfortune.Mrs. Nellie children the and Union Tate. at Crosby Lacrosse attended 1st in Value, fust as it's 1st in Safes $659MASTER

O. n. BENNETT. Mjrr. Wilkinson for allowance was denied Sunday.

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" for the present. Cecil Hillyard of Lake Worth
.U visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. 85
It was decided to approve no
+; and Mrs. W. T. Crosby. You drive the leader when you drive a Chevrolet BUSINESS COUPE

_V; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parrish of for '40-the leader In and pick-up and the Ot0r ..*.to .U
INSURE WITH paid by the states of Georgia and Lake Butler moved here last pep, power >brly Mghw"

_ N. D. WAINWRIGHT Alabama combined, both of which week to spend the summer. leader in style, stamina and sales! AI mods
priced ot flint
are more populous than Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner Mich.

s' FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS it has not been necessary to levy and Miss Betty Crosby of New It holds first place in acceleration first place in Oft rail Tronpobhon rote bated
any new taxes or to Impose .fats and Axo//
any River and Mrs. J. R.
Phone 74& STARKE additional Kelly attended hlll-climbin-first place in all-round performance talfes(if )
wi FLORIDA burden upon the tax the rodeo In Gainesville any optional equipw -

payers." Governor Cone com Saturday night. with all-round economy-among all cars' in its price ** Old oxee* ori..-ex/ro.

mented. Misses Betty and Doris Crosby range. Price subj.c/ change withOut

"When I went into office, the of New River spent the week-end notice

limited public assistance being here with relatives. That's why Chevrolet for '40 is first in sales why

paid was a burden upon the Individual Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and people Chevrolets than
counties more buy buy any other make of
were re- children
Kathryn and Robert
0 quired to match FERA funds Lloyd, and Mrs. Marcus Conner car and why your Chevrolet dealer strongly recommends Ease, I ItDui e

1 9a Since the State Welfare Board pent last Wednesday in Jack- that you eye it-try It-buy It-today!

began to function, the counties sonville, where Robert Lloyd is ItCHEVROLET'S .e

have not only had this load lifted taking treatment from Dr. Hol-

'!but have been receiving a large loway. LEADER IN SALES 8 .OUT OF THE LAST 9 YEARS BLUIlt

K0P, Do Your Trading monthly payroll and have been Fred Halslop, J. R. Kelly, and

left free to spend available county Calvin Ward drove to Tampa last

{ where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are welfare funds for the relief of Thursday night, and were accom- ii First Again !'

+ given away with every $10 in trade hose who are not eligible to receive panied home by Mrs. W. R.

or certificates. public assistance. H&lalop, and Mrs. Calvin Ward

Are Redeemed "Had my recommendation to who have spent the past two I

c SMITH'S GARAGE out.the 1939 Florida's Legislature old folks been carried would weeks Miss there Nona with Brown relatives.and Miss TORO DE CHEVROLET C0|

h STARKE, FLORIDA now be receiving an additional rsula Crosby were shopping in

'V $2,000,000 a year." tarke
1 Saturday afternoon. STARKE FLA.P.GfJ
'ft .

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Ind my h --,np Pr ",, "r ..

12, 1940
Pauiu Sid! vJej

CHURCH DIRECTORY? Y & NOTES I Young People's Institute was discussed ';

; Efficiency reports were I, Boy Scouts I RISING i L. A. Rennolds Retires ;&p;
,- revised; and it was announced fly Sir. II. II. Lewis I
-- METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN II that the League Union will be From Railroading '' ,;
EPISCOPAL I ClmISTI.\N The Rev, and Mrs. E L. Glltntine -I "
..U'TISTt Rev Chas. H. held in Melrose on After 40 Years .. ,
00 t Itobtn.on Allen If. Mark'a church Sunday SCbo..t l'Iupt' Thursday, Troop 70 met in the Church of Penxacola the Ilev and ', ,
A pastor Frp.nt 0 Pastor nev. Fred Yerke.. Jr Dlrs. Ira Wlillon I April lllh with the following school rooms of the First Methodist -I. Mrs. W E:. Hall of Green Covepilngs !lI'' ,' .
J, ''tbonl"school Suat E. K Peleyman Oraanlat Sunday Rector School SUP& Sunday: 10 o'clock School,; honor guests, The Rev Dr H. C Church Tuesday night. The I and Mrs. Mable Sullivanof L. A. Rennolds who recently ;, \ i I ", '! .

under under al' ool den of Church Superintendent School Mn. E. M. Davla AU" Ella J. Sa..e Hardin District Superintendent of meeting was opened with the Thcresxa spent( Sunday with retired from active service with J t t I
,@nrvlce, : << Church A. School M. Church Roy School Matbew.Supt.tinlne Mrs Or..an..t 11 C. Brown CIIBRcIEOF CllltIIIT! Hardin Gainesville; Mrs District Margaret and Turner Mrs. Scout oath of and laws and thePledge Mr and Mrs. R. M Crosby the Seaboard Air Line Railway :! ''J t(
Allegiance to the
11 A' M. Worship Church School Serv\ee. harry' Plckuptlet P. Epperson, Conference Director of Flag. Mr and Mrs. R. L. Owens and Company Is at his home here enjoying "
\elnlnlf 1orornl8. 10 A. M. Sunday School Winners for the bird house con-
"i o' 1 sa P.o DI', s.nlee. 11 A. M. 1-1 I W 10 A. M. Bible Study Pastor 2 p m.1ening Young People's Work.; Miss test were announced. Bryan Harrell children of Theiessu were dinner a period of rest after 40 !
ie'G' Wor.hlD orn11na.r.p Sundays 11 SPrmnn and Frances District guests of Mr. and Mrs II II. '
Evening u A. :)r. :. The Hayes Director was awarded first place In years of "railroading. f ;'j":
Lel' Lord'
;'ferules 1:30: P. M. SI..ma Chi '1:00 Fridays' ._ 7:30: P. M. Su:undo P. m. of Young People's Work Lewis Sunday.
: Mr
,.rsr DfeetingaL P.o'ple. p. m. I eny y "e Individual building and He was notified under date of ;
neNl : Young holy DaY.10 A. 1[. W. M. Mullln of the Florida Madillne Hall of Pine Level r u
/rtlt: League M..Una. Bobby Biggs was awarded first April 3 that his application for ; : 1
6:30: P- M. Child rens Home; Miss Lejune place for the Panther Patrol. spent Sunday with Francis
belrlionsDlCr"Ctanova Powell, Prayer Mesons MISSION II.-LL GOSPEL T.\n.' :MIN r\I.LI.\NCE Rodenbury of Enterprise. I The specialized Crosby I annuity under the Retirement j !: I 1
activity the
"pip Et Wednesday, 1:80 P.M Spon.r-n' Sponeore by AH young people of the Mr. and Mrs. I Act had been accepted, effective 4 I !
Chairman Mr and Mra. Mr. and .Ira. Presidentrd several next few weeks will center Wesely Herseyand /t ,
Deacons '
of Mrs F. H. Lon. J. T. The n..v Frank Methodist Churches children of 4, 1040 the date
Jlekllter Organist J. T. Quigley' Quigley Hobln..on In this vicinity around the completion and the Jacksonville were February on !y i
chairmant p orl. E. K. Perrym.n, Bible Stud, each each Evanll'.II..Uo Friday and Service are cordially invited to attend building and erection of totem visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Con. which h" last performed ,service. \ ;

t U rpowellee Assistant Or..anl.t Tues. evening 730: day evening 730 Rt'C'r..lary-TI'"aaurer: TAe Hev Fred Yerkea poles These will be cut by IJw ner recently. H M Terrell, superintendentof j '' .
_. Frank Robinson, III. members of the several patrols Mr and Mrs. J. F, Shaw and the Virginia Division of the a -1'! '
-- League Union Publicity Chairman. and will be erected' on the Troop children of the State Farm were S. A. L., stated: "We wish to 1 f.., If

Sacrament Ritualed worth League Meetings, are now the judgment and the coming of I headquarters beside the re..pectlve dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs congratulate you upon having 1 'if. 1 ,,
tyf held beginning at 7 o'clock; the Chi'1st. patrol hut. The building LtOtConner Sunday. completed over 22 years of con- f j

BYSunday Methodists evening service of worship begin The anniversary service Sun- I 40 Years Ago I program of the huts and land Luther Smith of JacksonvUle tinuous service on this Division l ; '

Service ning at 8 o'clock; the mid-week day night was well attended The ship are progressing In an ex spent Sunday with" his brother-in- and over 40 years of railroad ; ; ': ,
prayer meeting service beginningat seventh of cellent the law and sister Mr and Mrs. .service in the aggregate and hope I f I
way Troop
year gospel testimonywas expectingto ,
(Items from the I '
of unusual interest 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting will commemorated with a pro- be able to use the new head- Reed Taylor.. you may now be able to enjoy a I I
f\'lces morning and be conducted next week ((17th) gram of song and praise. The April 1890) quarters for the meeting next Doris and Manda Mott of period of beneficial rest" "I'
e held both by the District Superintendent children who participated did Mr U. D. Miner has on exposition week. Considerable time will be Brooker are visiting their uncle So pleased was Mr. Rennolda i '
IrIg last Sunday in the First the Rev. Dr. J. H. Daniel of splendidly. There were solos by in his show window a huge needed to complete fully the and .aunt Mr. and Mrs. H. H. over the prospect that he sat

bodlst Church, the Rev. Frank Jacksonville. Immediately f o 1 1- W. B. McKInney and Mary Mer rattle-snake that was capturedlast building project and the beautl-! Lewis down and composed the following : f

iaaon Pastor. lowing this service the fourth and sereau with choruses accompaniment. week in Hampton by Mr. M. fica tlon of the grounds but this Mr. and. Mrs. David Pnulk and poem: ; s :::

morning service was the final Quarterly Conference for A charming duet was R. Reasley. will be adequately taken care of daughter, Fay 0 f Jacksonville My rail rnrrr ban ended with 49 ,"
he observance of the ad- this conference year will be held. sung by Mary and Evelyn Col- Mr. J. G. Alvarez has a cash In due season. spent the week-end with Mrs. years. tn count t .. r'
Ihly Sacrament of At this time the pastor and other I'aulk's parents. Mr and Mrs And were 1 to extend It, 'twould (
of the son. Recitations register of the newest and most ,
b istraton! given bYI Special attention is called to Walter hw of small amount. ,,,' ; !
Lord's Supper. For the first officials of the Church will make Lois Newsome and Marlon Crews. approved pattern. It Is a daisy; the fact that the meeting of, Underhill For now the powers that bo have '" "

/ JI1 this Church the new their annual reports. Also theofficers Many. who have been faithfully If you don't believe it, go in and next week will be held (for one >.tcl'recently'<... .'. of worship and the new for the new conferenceyear attending for several years ex see it work. week only) Thursday night April GRAHAM by..:* contain com flaw '" 'I" r I. f-
recently united beginning June 1st, will be pressed their Mrs. Strong and will By Mr*. L. C. Smith nut nine It'K all lerrord I'm .mtUflml >,1''
1 of the appreciation of the family 18th at 7:30 o'clock, at Its head' all right, I' .e t t; l
tbodlBt Church was used. As- elected and appointed. : opportunity afforded them for leave for N. Y., to spend the quarters. Fat rmt and peace Is what t : .?
ug, In the service was Mrs. Next Sunday morning the pas- Bible study, Others who have summer. The monthly session of the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Surrencyand need with my .sight trial and Brief beyond ,," t ,' '"
family of \4.
Tampa were visitIng -
H. Long at the organ; memof tor will be in charge of the service been led to Christ testified to the What tall young man from Court of Review will be held on friends I 'i+
and relatives Sunday. Tw back In ninety-two whenfirm { ;
the Choir; and Stewards. Joy they have in serving Him. Starke lost his while this same date and all v '
and will deliver the sermon. way goingto applies.Lions Miss Ellen' Johnson of Gainesville I tried' the rulU' ; i t" ';1'
Church was beautifully dee- I The gift of roses and other the dance at Law ley and found for advancement and for To a country lad 'twaa new-that t ,i
The On Sunday evening there will be was visiting her parents, same of woe and walls. ,I .'
ted with spring I flowers were a tribute to the himself In Highland? Merit Badges must. be In the Mr. and Mrs. TwaH nearly by a chance. my path" '
R. M. Johnson,
pit was placed to one side of no service of worship in the faithfulness of the Mission Hall Surah silk in all colors at hands of the Scoutmaster on or ahouM lend. this way, ; \i''

center of the chancel and ther I Church, this service being discontinued group. Truby, Sternberg & Company. I before Wednesday. evening April Sunday The Rev L. G. Hemingwayfilled But by my the Ufa coming. been here much' to enhanced Hay. ,,1 I i iI, }
containing the elements of In favor of the Bac- Mr. C. R. Ensey is For from mv, first impression when I '
17th.A his regular appointment at I ;
arrived In town
Sacrament was given the cen- calaureate sermon at B. II S. League Union Cabinet neat fence around his lot April I formal opening will be announced the Baptist Church Sunday 1; learned to pace inspection. by the) 'l .1 r,
1 place Candleholders of 18 for the new headquartersat folk who live around. j 1
morning and evening. The town where all friendly \ ,
were i
er were placed on each end Meets In Melrose Mr. Sam Crews had a suit of an early date. At this time Mrs Ellen Padgett of Tampawas and met me with a mile; .\
the Communion table and on Mission Hall clothes and a watch taken from demonstrations of Scouting and To where my life IN ending, after r t.,
visiting her brother-in-law '
i piano, and the electrically And TabernacleWhat I The Garfield Evans League his room on Wednesday morningof scout activities will be given and and sister Mr. and Mrs. A. M. fuel sad. a to little one while'Tin who remember ti !' 'I.I Ji..'

led cross made an approprl- 'Union Cabinet met in Its regular this week. There Is some Inspection of the new headquaiters Johnson, over the weekend.Mr. the one who panned away,
And the fading number, left J)
background. A large congre- Is the difference betweenthe monthly session in the Methodist sneak thief prowling about that by the general public will be and Mrs Roy Blrt and here mans to count their' waning ''t 2\;" : ,
lon assembled for worship and standing of a believer and his Church at Melrose last Sunday needs a dose of shot. encouraged. Dedication services daughters MUses Evelyn and days.. ? "",
Hut t" one whit hui learned tOo' ,
hout exception every person In state? This was the question discussed afternoon. Leagues from the following A bear was seen one day last for the buildings will also be an Keith, of Gainesville, attended love UN. I have learned to do. :

congregation came to the stand at the Mission Hall Bible Methodist Churches were week near John Rising's berry Interesting event of the day. services at the Baptist Church There'M.. not, a place beneitth, dear thnMen ,. .. 1.
received the elements of study Tuesday night. A pro- : represented Melrose Hawthorne patch Look out for cubs. Further plans and the date for Sunday tSlHike, ran with you/cnmitnie' ;rTwna t'I''" .t j, y;

Sacrament.e fusion of beautiful flowers added Starke Intermediates Starke The young men of Starke have this assembly will be given later. :
Mrs. Ida Jones and
childrenand .
t the 'i .
here met Ih..n. only ',
evening service was char- beauty to the service. Senior Young People. Those at- ,organized a military company, At the meeting on lust Tuesday Mrs. Annie Ward were visit- one, whom mod, all wine, ordained '" t "
erlzed by the activities of then Next Tuesday night the same tending from Starke were Mrs and have leased the upper storyof night only three boys were Ing In Starke Sunday. "
Should l>e my pr"'IO truntlnic one
; people. The orchestrayed subject will be continued. There W. D. Sewell Mrs. Frank Robinson I the Hemingway hall as an absent making, the average attendance MI'''. C. II, Roberts was a visitorto till death Khali no acclaim. "j'I :fi,
several selections Grace are many things in the Bible that Patsy Keen Ida Lulu Davis I armory. for the meeting about Grandln Thursday That my days on earth' ar. ended j I
and I the deed of irooit and tit
w i gave a violin solo; the Young often confuse people that would Marjorie Davis, Virginia Sewell. The thief who stole Sam Ciew's 90 percent. The application for We me sorry to report that Are lernnled. UN Intended, by our I IMak.I.
'pies Choir sang and Mrs. E. become clear if they would study The meeting was opened with 'clothing and watch Is safely membership of Walter Dew was Mra I. W Dyal who has been '.. all-wine will. '1' I3.!!
]lodged In the county jail. Wonder received and he was placed In I
Perryman was at the organ. the Bible Itself. prayer by the Rev. Mr. Williams '.it I
a i pastor delivered a sermon on TABERNACLE I of Melroae; the meeting was then ]how! long he will stay there? the recruiters squad for pit-pant port of the people of the community sick for some time is not much, ,14 I ,

subject "Sailing Ahead."' Into Last Friday night the local taken in charge by the Presidentof The balloon ascension last Saturday tlon. In the carrying forwardof Improved. 'L ; "'
of the Inclement weather group had charge of the service. the Union, Miss Marlon Ca- night in front of the Kentucky During this week the community the program. Continued support A number of relatives and i', f.
attendance was average. Mr. Gomes spoke on the subject; hoon. Reports were received concerning I House was a success In has been made more conscious for the Troop by the peopleof friends gathered at the home of if! '

Attention is called to the "What the Resurrection of Christ the observance of Good ,every sense of the word. of the Troop through' the 'I the community Is solicited by Mrs II. D. Wasdln Sunday to>

nge of time in evening ser- Guarantees to the World"; our Friday services In the several Mrs. Fiazee is visiting relativesIn eflorts of the sponsoring group, I I the leaders In charge of the celebrate her 78th birthday an 'Ih I

es. The Young People's Ep- salvation our own resurrection. Churches of the Union; the I Mandarin. the Rotary Club and by the sup- work. niversary. 1- .

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Hear Fred P. Cone Speak i 'r '

One of the best Watchdogs of the People'sMoney" "'i ';'';;J Monday April 15th 1 :, :

f Florida had. I I j' I

ever .

Let's send a man to Washington who knows HOW TO ""i1 AT STARKECARPENTER'S '

SAVE. Let's send a man who knows not only the X {

of GOVERNMENT a man whose proves ;

that he knows how to combine GOOD GOVERNMENT ,A. """ "'1 "

with SOUND ECONOMY. : AT 2:30: P. M.Let's .

send a man to the U. S. Senate who has

Sense." A man whose rich store of plain, Horse:1; (ALSO SPEAKS IN LAKE BUTLER at 1:00 P. M. & I '

straight-forwardness and honesty will win added GREEN COVE SPRINGS at 4:30 P. M. SAME DAY)

for the State that sent him there.

STATE RACING COMMISSION collections from $1,430,977 for the season of 1935.36 to $2,000,989 for the last season. Decreased exincreased II ,'

$187,289 for year. I
penses from $315.359 for the season ,f 1935.36 to

Season of 1935-36 to $26,863 for the season of 193839.

MOTOR VEHICLE DEPARTMENT increased collections from $5,447,937 in 1936 to $6,778,007 in 1939. Decreased expenses from $425,233 in

for 1937-38-39 amounts to $2,848,280. Total decrease in expenses for these three years

1936 to $VW 508 in 1939. Total increase in revenue


total $259,730. Total of INCREASES IN

the collected by this Department. t
receive revenue

STATES IN OLD AGE SISTANCE, paying an average of $11.71 per month as compared to

and $8.15 in South Carolina.
$9.50 in Alabama $8.09 in ; 7.49 in Mississippi ;

; Ski compared to $8.86 in Alabama; $10.02 in Georgia ; $7.33 in Mississippi; and $10.75 in South Carolina.

IN as
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have lost our sense of values. Governmentis I GROWERS REALIZE Ratty Next Week 6 Years At Same StoreJoe Conklin Here Tu
The Bradford County Telegraph a BUSINESS and the solution of its problem -: FIRST $100,00.00 Is > dQI
this week
The first official county rallyof E. Starling B. Conklin
I')at.t.. KHtabllthed: 1817T can-4 worked out only through the ad- : (Continued V from Page One) the current political campaignwill celebrating his sixth: anniversary for Attorney General tit
I ministration of sound, intelligent business :1 be held in the Theressa as head of the Tip Top Grocery's was visitor Of t,
t FUbllshM Weekly on Friday" and Entered .* Sec- The outlook her!' 1 U good for school house next Thursday nightat meat department. He has been a In StarkeWhile' 7s,
H '. t{; end Claw. Matter at the Post Office at Starke Flit. principles.Our I shipments to continue at a fair 8 o'clock. The Heilbronn continuously employed by C. H. here he greeter,, old tn,
,- -- - -- social and economic ills can be price until the.,tI1'8t of May, at Springs rally will be held In the Nasworthy, owner of the store, and made new acqnalmanctt
MEM.BER solved when you and I and the rest of us I least. Plant City/Wallchu1a and I school house there Friday night, since a meat department was installed Conklin is 41 year< Of
rainbows face other South Florida markets are April 19, at 8 o'clock. In April, 1934. lives at Holly Hill. HJ
-1. ASSOCIATION quit chasing and our common playing out, and a recent freezeIn
7pjFLORiaPRESS problems with a spirit of tolerance, unself- North Carolina is said to have
L JLE. : Jrotcocud ?latlsda' \:) ishness and courage, united in thought and set the shipping season there
back until the last of this month.
., F 1 L. Matfhews ______-___ Editor and Owner action to advance the welfare of all. Cold weather and excessive
Re-elect Re A. (Lex Green
_. O makeIt
i SUBSCRIPTION RATH- --- -- rainfall have combined. to
Every Voter Should AttendAt Plant city's.worst season In 4th
i. Yearly '1.60; Sit Months 75c -Payable In Advance history. Through the end of las
Advertising Rates on ApplicationFlorida Least One County Rally week growers there had shipped
no_ _. Next Thursday night in the little only 6,955,237 pints with estl To Congress [T ,
Theressa school house; a very significant mated returns of $842,922.44
Voters Should Face Facts This Is more than a million dollars n
event will take place-the first in a seriesof HE IS .
And Stop Chasing Rainbows behind what they have usually -
y ea 1940 political rallies as officially i I grossed, by this time of year. tia ro
tj''+, (Guest Editorial By Russell Kay)
scheduled by the County Democratic Executive EXPERIENCED'CAPABLE
: A friend of mine who works for a Jiving Committee. George W. Mozo

,,' and doesn't worry very much over polio HONEST
Although candidat s' have been "politicking" Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. ,
: tics stopped me on the street the other day .
and told me he had listened to all the so- for months, this will-be the elector A. M.Wednesday Richard were attending In Jacksonville funeral R ---- :-

F, called leading candidates in the guberna- ate's first opportunity to see the county services for a relative, George W

torial race, and the more he listened the line-up all together, to weigh one man's Mozo, 60 who died In a Jack- The Democratic Administration '

'' harder'it was to make up his mind one way speech against another's, and to see just sonville'Ing a lengthy hospital illness.Monday, follow. ,
how they "stack up" when placed on the PRAISES '_'
or the other Mr Mozo a native of Georgia, :
platform face to face. Is survived by his wife who was
''., As near as I can figure out he says, formerly Miss Lulu Liddon of HIS SERVICES I
;' all running the platform After the Theressa meeting, the rallies .
they are on same ; Starke, a daughter, Mrs. Margaret
rrr', each one offers GOOD GOVERNMENT; follow in different precincts throughoutthe Barre, and three sons, George
all BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION county in rapid succession. Undoubtedly David, and Walter, all of Jack .. "
they -
sonville. He had been a resident
they will all be well attended for the I ,
more pay for teachers, nine months 'of :,Jacksonvllla for 33 year' OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY WHIP \
.. school, aid to the blind the''aged and dependent unusually large field of candidates alreadyhas I where he was an accountant fora HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
interest and speculation at a high pitch.Large division of the Southern Pine
children; they offer a cure for Chemical WASHINGTON D. C.
ql'' everything from double pneumonia to acute crowds are expected to tax the ac- I, Company. March 18 1940

'.''% ground-itch. commodations offered by every meeting Cotton Growers Notice ,",' t,
: place,in the county with the possible ,excep- Honorable R. A. (Lex) Green ': '. ,
all themselves build
They pledge to
Bradford County Sea Island House of Representatives
tion of the open-air finale at Bradford
bigger and better roads reduce expenses cotton growers are urged to no- Washington D.> C. "
;'' '{ and "cross their hearts and hope to die" if Park. tify County Agent T. K. McClaneas
y add single of additional Every voter in the county owes it to soon as possible concerning the I wish to extend to you my sincere thanks, as my Assistant' Whip, for the
they one penny acreage which they will devoteto splendid and effective cooperation you gave me during the past ten years. .
taxes. They all gnash their pearly teeth himself or herself to attend at least one of this crop this year. There I
At such times when It was Impossible for me to be on the Floor of the House,
the traditional meetings. Attend them all will be no syrup furnished by the }
and snarl at sales tax. Salty tears well
a I
knewthat; you would perform the duty of Assistant Whip with such
if State or by the WPA for 1940, diplomacy r
have the time
and inclination.
: in the and down the cheeks' you You and that desired
up eyes run but there will be a limited efficiency results would be forthcoming. I feel that our Administration
..k T each in turn as they review the plight of will undoubtedly find the experience worth- amount of calcium arsenate supplied "here in Washington'owes you a debt of gratitude for your splendid work
r the widows and orphans. while in helping to decide who best deserves Mr. McClane says.. However and I wish at this,time personally to express my thanks for your cooperation. +

Following in the footsteps of "Brother your "X" mark,.. on May 7. limited, since, growers the amount are urged will be to Your'long experience here has given ;you strength and power In ,the councils of :
our great Democratic Party. Your ,
high character and fair
.. Fred," they assure us that "We don't NEED --v turn, their acreage figures in to dealings
Events have enabled you to accomplish things of outstanding importance for"your district
of Early This Week the county agent's office immediately -
''z ; no, more taxes, and promise that when and for the
Abolish All Hope For World Peace in order toi be included In country as a whole. Men"of the courage and character of your type are
they go to Tallahassee all the doors will be the free poison program. needed In the Congress during the critical l period now facing our country I hope
,. "' unlocked and the common ordinary garden Hitler's seizure of Denmark and, Nor- that the voters. of your district will,continue:your services as a Member of Congress' ,

variety of citizen will find his governor way early this week will doubtless launch Hand Shot Off With very kind personal regards, Iam,

'. waiting to receive him with open arms any the "complete war," as newspapers have Tom Porter, Starke man living Sincerely yours,

time of the day or night he may choose to been referring to the debacle which seemed near the Farmer's Market, had (Signed) P. J. Poland

visit the capital. One guy even goes so far inevitably pending for the past few weeks. his left hand shot off Wednesday ,Majority Whip
about four o'clock
as to invite everybody to dinner at the mansion We thoroughly agree with the Neb- when the shot gun he was preparing -
;t as his personal guest provided they invest raska sociologist who recently proclaimed, to fire at a troublesome LEX GREEN HAS KEPT THE FAITH

: ':. a dollar in his campaign. after a study of 35 case histories that dic- hawk accidentally discharged on
contact with the porch. The
'' i To prove their fitness for the office of tators "must be a geniuses of sorts" They band after being. riddled with _

i Chief Executive' and demonstrate in advance combine he says diabolical cleverness, ar- shot, was merelyii connected with

their ability to entertain, several have rogance, the love for intrigue unscrupul- M.the B.arm by shreds of flesh. Dr
Herlong (amputated: the
\ engaged the services of "Hill-Billy" bands ousness, a bent toward tragedy a fanatical- hand two Inches above the wrist,
and "Golden West Cowboys," while those idealism, along with hard-shell realism and and Porter Is reported "doing
\ ,whose finances don't permit such campaign the ability to utilize quickly every .advantage nicely.( .

iV "oomph" are probably learning to do card j'.' Mrs. Nancy Talbott

e/ tricks or play a harmonica. The writer, it seems to us, has accurately -
t MM. Nancy Tate Talbott, 60,
described the mental and
"Unfortunately said my friend, "it'stoo died April 3 at her home east
late to qualify or I'm darned if I make-up of Hitler for if ever a man pos- of Starke, following a brief Ill GOOD/YEAR I I TIRESTHE
:? wouldn't run myself. I hit on a bright idea sessed genius for inflicting human misery ness. She is survived by her

1\\ the other day," he goes on, "that would insure It'must be Adolf. lie caught the world George husband Talbott, J. C., and Talbott.one sister a son in,

; my election in the first primary." napping and by almost superhuman cunning Rutledge, Tenn. The body was

t ;:;:.c "Yes" he !says.! "I would get up on the has thus far been entirely successfulin shipped to Rutledge for burial. PATHFINDER

platform, lead the customers in prayer and accomplishing his unholy aims. the Arrangements Boree Funeral were Home.in charge of e .I few 294O price ATTENTION-

.;;;t then promise to absolutely and completely Whatever hope there was for peace Now you can equip your
abolish ALL taxes. Why stop at merely vanished into thin air with the tragic eventsof Stump Reappointed car with safe guaranteed

'j? exempting homesteads and war veterans? Tuesday _and Wednesday. Both sides are F. F. Stump yesterday received 7 7 low 1940 Goodyear prices.Tires These at

,,;'\' Let's wipe out the whole troublesome mess apparently convinced that they will win a his commission reappointing himas are actual selling pricesno
"' with one bold stroke!1"' decisive victory, though it has long since postmaster for Starke. This trick discounts.: Big

ft' "Yeh," I says, "but without any rev been proven that there can be no victorsin :service.position Is:Mr.now Stump under has the been civil ::5 I Aetwf era:. p values! Come'in. howl I

''(, enue there wouldn't be any government a modern war. postmaster here for the past five 6.00-16 alze

? ''A' "Maybe so," says he, "but you just let n..., ____ years, and his many friends will Get our LIFETIMEGUARANTEE
congratulate him on his 4.75-19 er 5.00-19._._.? $5.78 -
some leather-lunged screwball mount the Southern Schools Receive pointment. reap- 5.25-18 or 5.50-18...???.. 7.04 !
) rostrum and promise to eliminate all taxation Compliment For A Change"Of 5.25-17 or 5.50-17........... 7.08
l and I'm tellin' you he'd win in a walk. all the schools in the nation the 6.25-16 or 6.50-16............ i.9.37 Our Goodyear Tires ore guaranteed la
writing-riot for 12 months, 18 month..
,p; knows that the state is broke Southern rural schools r : Cash prices with your old Tire
Everyone are improving most HERE3; TO tyt Other Siies Priced in or 24 monlhu-but for their FULL LIFE
;t' now and nobody cares. Every form of taxis rapidly." This was the encouraging state- THEIR HEALTH -.....-: -"Ii- Proportion without time or mileage limit\\
tf -
Y displeasing and looked upon as, an unjust ment made last week by Edwin' R. Embree I. M.MIAITHY '..,; U.sour e

burden by some group or some individual. president of the Julius Rosenwald Fund ina A Chlnpiethen a guest, thanks \ \ \ < EASY-PAY TERMS!

y While all ''might agree that taxes are all speech before the Southern Sociological bls Your host gue"tthe before starting to ent. Convenient confidentiaL No red tap. Goodyear
for the other darn few folks Society at Knoxville Tennessee. family too- 4
guy Mill be delighted "ltli Ol'H; delirious x oilS' ,"'. Pathfinder-right new as low as
feel that it is just and right when they are These words are indeed refreshing and milk. ('se l.IHEKXLLV 50$ A WEEK

called upon to pay. So a platform of 'no could be naught but highly pleasing to In cooking rrcalu, for more tasty, nutritious '/:::a'<&? ,b' l 12 to 20 weeks to payl
taxes of kind for Southerners who have been -Serve to the childrenGENKROrSLY < J .
t no nobody ought to appeal accustomed to : ; For sparkling : r ..,
to everyone. hearing little else than such adjectives as eyes-ruddy 'h..ekthrre Is no yi { r f
'Yes." I says, "but granting that the "backward" and "sub-standard" used in finer-more healthful foal than "G-3" ALL-WEATHER

:' electorate is as' dumb and blind as you as- "reference to their school systems by speak. OUR dairy product*. ) ONLY

and you were to run on such a platform ers from the "cultural centers" of the PETERSON'S L .. I 111I
what would happen if you were HEALTH BUILDERS ,'. ..,.,t_
North."The Supreme Milk & Cream ey '
.1 sta
South's LIMfr1 ILt
elected? schools would be improve Phone 174
"Ha. Hal"! says he "I'd just drag out ing more rapidly if the South had the DeliveryEQUAL '"' $*'} 4.75-1 er 5DO-1I. $8.35
&2S-1* er 5.50-18. 9.30
my fishin' tackle and go on a nice long vacation money. She hasn't" Mr. Embree continued. 1I u 5.25-17 5.50-17. 10.20 r I

and say 'all right you poor dumb "The answer to that is the national equal- I 1 s -25-U or f.50-IS. '13.50
1'' owls, you asked for it and fell for it-now: ization bill which has been pending before tall.*..with par M Un.Olfcsr

Y:' like it and lump it'." Congress for a year. Some day it will be I t .A Has print.tafnsortiw/ ,

Idiotic nonsensical:: fantastic you passed and it will provide for payments to <"Y l:> fxf b. '

say. But folks, when the people of a nation each state of sums in proportion to educational :. )
become so ill informed and so indifferent needs."

that it becomes necessary to arouse their We feel that our own Bradford County 11 11.J s e

Interest through the use of "Hill-Billy" High School is living up to the complimentary \,
r troupes and Cow Boy bands, when personal claims made by :Mr. Embree, and low COST.;; 1 ;NIGH VALUE

t" greed and selfishness so blinds common the possibility of adding a home economics JUSTICE I

sense and reason, that a populace seeks department to the curriculum next year i.c TO ALL l I

i only government support and resents the more good news along the "progressive"line. I II REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY]

thought of supporting government any- It has long been needed and will continue .

., thing can happen. What Florida and this to be just as long as the business of Able t.mvr., bus n.re man,citru.II'O\\'I.'I': Corner Madison and Walnut Streets
; nation needs to-day is a great big dose of living remains the most important thing in worLf 8..r.Tocher war vctiran nJ; Pt IWk.ni: SUM Phone 103
lain old-fashioned "Horse Sense." We life. .. cvntittwcJ! nec..tiv Starke, Florida ,
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