Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01128
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01128
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Tile Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven Itl'yfE I



est Business i Straw Ballot i Eclipse Over Kingsley LakeTake Farmers Gross $200,000 'J i i1 :! :

Years Shows Holland a good look at the faint I! t '

white ring which nestles in the As Berries
heavy clouds near the top of this Reach Peak 1 ji/

[erchants Say Whitehair TiedPoll dramatic picture of Kingsley ,
Luke, shortly after 5 o'clock on + 1 J.

Record the afternoon of April 7th, 1940. FL Auction Method l' r !
Saturday Conducted Ry Snapped at its climax by J. C. Controversy Rally PostponedThe

Breaker-"Good Old Telegraph To Find Hoover, local photographer, this county political rally '

Days" of Boom RecalledBy Sentiment of CountyAt Is an excellent photograph of the scheduled for tonight (Friday) Successful .1. : ; "
rare annular (or ring) eclipse Draws CrowdCity *t Hcllbnmm Spring has been<< -

( Jean Davis) the present time Speasard which will not occur again In this postponed until Monday night

businesstion Holland and Francis P. White- part of the world until May 10, y. w April 22, at 8 o'clock according .
Starke's -
week At Market Here-j
LaSt 1994-54 years from now. raving Project to
reported a great rise in hair are ,running neck and neckIn an announcement this
result of the Ute but the bid for popular favor An annular eclipse differs froma Submitted To WI-A neck by th. County Drmofra- ',. .

es as a 1940 strawberry season among Bradford County voters total eclipse in that the near- For Expected 0. K. Ito KxevutUe: Committee. The Fruit Goes on Block {u' '" :' .
,ming according to a straw ballot be- ness of the sun to the earth postponement wall made bee! '
For First Time In
County.By \
Bradford the most prosperous ing conducted by the Telegraph. causes its light to be ony partially The question of disposal of cause. of the conflict with II. 'f ; ,
far excluded by the shadow of II. S. commencwnent exercises> History of County Deal -
Christmas Bradford Coun-. Returns from the first week'sballoting wood waste from the Starke ;
ce"Strawberry business" will, show the following le- the moon. At the height of the Stave mill, a problem that has which will bv held- tonight at Peak of the 1940 strawberryseason :' .,

s past, remain on a suits: phenomenon, a perfect circle of several times confronted the City Bradford Park. reached in ;
was probably i f
In years
light la visible around the Time and place of other rallies
until season's Holland edgesof Council In past months, was tem ) .
mite up-grade Speasard -7 the moon's complete shadow to be held In thin county Bradford County during the past 'j.; ,
when It will return to Its Francis P. Whitehair porarily settled Tuesday night week when right around 30,000' < ,:
the I'I ,
as seen In this unusual prior to ) May 7 Primaryam '
ilar level. However some James!! Barbee 5 photograph Complaints were heard lust No- AM fo1o1GI'ftha" \ i crates moved from Starke and j '111':

,mess!! men declared It better: Fuller Warren4B. vember from L. S. Hutto a nearby school house" Tiicit-, Lawtey to northern 'markets,, ;J ; "'

vin 1940 than It baa been for, F. Paty-3 Astronomers have announced ci resident to the Stave Mill, day, April 23 8 p. m. Average price for Thursday, Fri-. ;

e or six berry seasons. Burton Schoepf-3 that three more eclipses are due ,. that the method used by the mill New River school house. day, and Saturday of last week : ; }'r
Sunday brought a colossalre I Walter B. Fraser-1 to be seen In the United States ,_ of burning the waste wood was Thursday, April 23, 8 p. m. was $3. while the average for : \ \ ..',

for farmers and bualnessn James!! H. Clancy, Carl Maples, before the year is'out. Next on .. ': very objectionable at times The Hnraptttn school house, Friday 'the first three days of this week' :: I ,I '

due to threats of a ruinous; Frederick Van Roy, and Hans ,the program will be an eclipse of at ':'r,i+ Council, 'at that time- without" April 26, 8 p. m. Is estimated at 240. Return 'j I ; '
eze which would have Included Walker have not yet scored. the moon on Sunday, April 21, at 4 :t'1' "+ hearing;) the viewpoint of, W. P. Lawtey school house, TOc'IItlay to growers since Wednesday of I ; ; ;
s territory. Bradford CountyId 11:27: p. m. It will be visible in ( t. Smith, owner of the Mill, ordered April 30 8 m. last week are estimated at $106'f l '
The p. .
its breath until the late Telegraph makes no claim all parts of the country where' that no more waste be burned Ilrooker school house, Thursday 000.00. ., ( '.
of the election's
the Is clear. after
sky the '
Jd I wave passed; strawberriesssed current milling season May 2, 8 p. m., A falling mercury early this J :
disaster by a hair's breadth. come County. Solelyas On Tuesday, October I, there (after Christmas), At the Coun Mturke athletic- field, Friday, week stopped just short of freest ( I
26 of Call Street's a matter of news Interest we wl1be\ another eclipse of the cil's meeting of April 3rd a com- '
Wednesday, !May 3, 8 p. m. Ing and the berry crop here flUttered \
mailed straw ballots to
100 of
sun. Astronomers state that It plaint was made that '
stows citizens!! were Interviewedd ; waste was no damage, other than slowIng ; r' 'I:
1 asked: How was business last our subscribers In all parts' of will line partially eclipsed In still being burned and the Alder- down the ripening of fruit. !, ::1 ,r ,

turday, since Strawberries are the county, careful not to send parts of Florida and Georgia but men decreed that their previous Big Crowd Enjoys Production is stilt\ heavy, and the ;..'
one to anybody whose political"lIne.up"
that there will be no eclipse In ruling be'enforced.
lling )in? Most of them werery quality In described as excellent .:
was already known to other parts!! of North America. At : : :
enthusiastic, pleased with meeting Tuesday night stand '
''U8. Around 35 of the ballots Totals for the season now I :'.
40 results of Bradford's great- Ringing down the curtain will both sides of the issue I
at 2,569.790 for which I
pints .
have been returned to date. We be another lunar eclipse on Wednesday nented. BarbecueCCC :
t agricultural asset. w growers have received 1 around ,; t r!':
to send out another 100
their expect October 16, at 3:01: a. m. before the council and with him \
are answers:
Following this week-end and will report the $211,770.50, In spite of the latestart ;, :r i
Mrs. J. W. Morgan, magazinere ., delegation of twenty Starkebusiness compare..k
for 1940
results in next week's Issue. ,'... Anniversary figures I ; :
owner:: "People don't have .'u, ,.. men. In a speech to '
with \
': favorably those for this :
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If e to read they've got to ) ,', the councilmen Mr. Smith stated Celebrated Wednesday time In 1939 when 2.742,400 plnU < 1 h

,rk strawberries.. Cone Asks Voters :., ;: e that he had no quarrel with anyone At Cold: Head Hrunch had been shipped, with an estimated I J"' (,' .f'

D. P. Carpenter, Rexall Drugore and wanted to cause hardships return", of $$212.300. ,

owner: "It's quite a bit bet- to no one, but that the A throng of persona estimated' Bulk of the movement durina't ,I, t l '. \,I

,r; yes business Is a lot better smoke was beyond his!! control and at more than u thousand attendedthe the pant week has been handled t '.t ,
't ;
'>pe strawberry season lasts a For PromotionGovernor If ho wa. forced to haul the Barbecue and speaking program at tho Lawtey market, where .' "f ','
sponsored Veterans of I I
time. by '
ng waste away It would cost him shipment are said to have'run I : ;
Mrs. Fred F Stump drygoodsore Speaks To his profit and l force Civilian Conservation Corps Company around 4.500 crates per day, ; I i.; 4
owner: "Business Is!! on the.! / I the closureof 2444 at Gold Head Branch, : I ;..
end picking up; Bradford Good Crowd HereMondar.Aftemoo.n the mill\ and end u 15,000 to 'ilte of the camp, Wednesday. The Auction at Starke '

unty has come to the front."' $20.000 per year payroll forStarke. event was In honor of the completion For the first time In the his '' ,
) of the seventh of theovernment's tory at the Bradford County '
Miss Ruth Sternberg, of' St rl1. He reminded the year I
rg's council\ :? CCC program and berry deal,, fruit !Is now being sold ;i'i': .
Dry Goods Store "It was To the tune of his campaign that he huJ his"mill
od." built here was dedicated to the memory of at auction on the platform at the I i I'': ', '

Mrs B. Jacobs, dry-goods store theme song "Suwannee River, w, i 4 instead of Hampton (fas he had I! the lute Robert Fetchner, head I Farmers' Market here. Inaugurated tl

*tier: Just piling up-pil- Governor .Fred P. Cone came to y or.'glnally: planned) at the ie- of the CCC until his Untimely'! ,' In an effort to stimulate 'I'.
afternoon death lust December 31, prices the auction is said to behaving
g. If we had at least 25 or early Monday qu3tn of the Stnike businessmen. ) The gala I

) Saturdays like that, we'd be and told a large crowd of voters and Sturka organization I *. I I day was original with the Gold the desired effect in
I right!" Head Branch Company and was!! holding up the market, The Influx
just why he thought he should be"promoted" I After summing up I the reasons. not of \ of has been
S. E. Sparks, of City Barber I Camp BlandingGets Sam C. Crews part /any nation-wide observance buyers greater I
to the office of why burning Man the only way' than ever before, and keen competition -

op eased.: "I We mean-yes appreciate, greatly the hardy in- United States Senator, He had WPA Funds Buried At New River to remove the mill waste,. hasked The speaking program began In has developed In bidding

operation of the farmers." I one of the largest audiences to President Roosevelt and the I Funeral .services for Sam C. to remove for suggestions the waste at as low to cost.I how the morning ut ten o'clock when for Bradford's< good quality fruit I

Edwin St. John, of Westernuto hear a political speaker here this i WPA have approved a project I Crews!!, longtime resident of Several of the business I Captain/ Henry A Johnson, Co. Damage to Louisiana berries: "l

: much better; about I year. In spite of the fact that he 1 providing for the expenditure of Bradford County; were held last bucked Mr Smith In hilt stand.I men 2444 Commander, Introduced Jake resulting from the cold snap this

000 people went In and out the! Inconvenient hour I. 102003.00 for construction workat Tuesday at "Rattlesnake" Church Weldron, Commander of the Vet- week was alight, and shipment
at an Councilman
ore all night and spoke Albert H. Blanding, now L. A. Canova offered eiana of Foreign Wars, Florida
day; we were tamp (New River), with the Rev. C. C. from there were retarded only )
my right up to coining time-! during the height of strawberryseason. In process of development on Butler officiating. the most>: practical solution Division, from Juckxonvllle. and I .
Id out of radios." 1 Kingsley Lnke, seven miles east and the one that wax adopted fora Mr. Waldron acted as Master of temporarily That state Is now! ; l'
79 when he "
Merill Edwards, Assistant Man-I "In private business when you of Starke. Mr. Crews was "test" Ceremonies throughout the day. shipping out around 90 cam a "
died at the home of his period of 30 clays. Inasmuch
er of A & P: "We HAD get hold of a good employee who will be Monday Among the speakers heard from day Damage to the North Carolina '
some The Federal grant l'
S. Crews, In Raiford the
P. as
service, don't fire lion, smoke Is only annoying
usiness) last Saturdayt! It gives good you fund of were Mrs. Linwood Jeffries of crop was estimated at 30
really matched sponsor's
by a
several week
ade "old-fashioned days" come him at the end of a few years!! 122389.00, making a total ex- after an illness to nearby residents when Jacksonville, who briefly reviewedthe I percent j jI t

'am. All-in-all last week was do you?" the Governor asked." penditure of 22439200. Sponsor He Is survived by one brother, the wind is from the east and Inasmuch CCC activities of Robert i Most Bradford County growers

e of the best business week's "No. You give him a promotion of the project Is the State J. B. Crews, of Lake Butler: as the wind blows mostly Fechner; T. W. Baker, Gold Head I have already made expenses, and 4

e've had in a long time. And he said. "Anil that's what I'm Military Department. four sons S. L. Crews of Lake from the south, ranch projoct superintendent, what berries they sell from now I.
Is week's trailing right In bend asking you to do for me."" Work Included In the present Duller, P R. Crews of Fort carrying the who welcomed! the visitors and Invited f on will b. clear profit I II
He denied the charge that he north and annoying no them to all of the I
last week." project consists of clearing, grubbing Myers, P S. Crews of Raiford, Inspect
Florence Gill\ clerk at Starke Is a "sick old man" and stated drainage construction of and J. .:. Crews of Miami; four one, the waste could be burned premises; K III g g e nbotham, I F

Iry Cleaners: "It was TOO good, 'I that he doubted If any other candidate roads and( streets, walkways, ::I daughters, Mrs. George T, Bakerof when the wind was favorable and Commander Palatka Post Veter- Fraser and Band

r.d lUll is" In the race could hold up sprigging, fencing, sewage sys-j Birmingham, Alabama, Mrs, extinguished or not set afire ans of Foreign Wars, who con- t ,

Mrs, C. A. Futch. of SIstrunk's to make the Intensive campaignthat tern water electrical facl- G. W. Sapp of Brooker, Mrs. K. gratulated the Company on Its ...
,ore: well, It's been pretty he is planning; to make dur- itlei. buildings system tent floors, and i i A, Sapp of New River, Mrs!! W when It was unfavorable, Mr. splendid work; unit the last :To Be Here I '
nod' right along since strawber- ; ing the next two weeks. plattoims | H. Richardson of MacclennyJ! 23 Canova said. I speaker before noon was Congressman :
's denouncing the workof The R. A, Green of Starke. '
started. Bitterly Camp Blanding Is being constructed grandchildren and one great- city's past due bonds were
B- E. Hatfleld, manager of the 1939 State Legislature, to take the place of\\I grand child discussed with no action takenat From noon until 1:30: o'clock Barbee Will Speak For r'

:exander's d ry-g 00 d s s to: r. which he said "left the state Camp Foxier, near Jacksonville, In his younger days, Mr. Crews ) this meeting. I barbecue was served to the long Second Time This '

.Ve're enjoying real good busf !- busted and bankruptGovernor' which was dismantled and moved: was one of Bradford County's R, B Fitzgerald, of Jacksonville lilies of visitor as they slowly At 11 O'clock :
'ya." Core: said that he "saved the) from the site on which the U. S. good, productive tarmel'lI- since' representative of the WPA filed past the Improvised counters Morning

Joe Noegel, owner Court- day" by vetoing around $$6.000.-I Navy is now constructing its new his retirement he had lived at his:I was present and, with the count located beside! the road! north of Accompanied by the famous I

'IUse Cafe: "Oh, golly, I had the COO in various appropriation bills air base. I brother's home at the State Farm.I cil, closely studied the original the picnic) shelter. The crowd Golden Went Cowboy from Gene I '
;gent which had been approved by the and I was larger than anticipated and I
plans for the
Saturday, and week, I --- ---- drawing city'sDeposed Aulry's movie I studio, Walter j jI
ice .I've. been. In 'Starke"! Our I legislators. He stated that with paving draining and the supply of barbecue was exhausted I Fraser, business man candidate ,
of the "corn field cracker I 'Taken For A Ride9liy before
-- the help -
. ''ev'' made a reCOrd this Baby sewage project which the city I very many persons for governor, will speak at Starke '
t week!" -bovs"- who he appointed. to office hopes to sponsor In cooperationwith had more than one nerving
nt 2:30 Monday afternoon April
Olin While, Pleezlng Store he had saved the state millions i Jean Davis |I bile, had simply given In to the the WPA Mr Fitzgeraldtook : The afternoon speaking pro- ,' 22ml. ; f
Tier: of dollars by economical opera-, I tempting right of the Ignition '
"Well It did the plan and specifications gram/ began with the Master of
, It did pretty'well'pre'tty fairly wen tion of the various departments."I'll Last Thursday morning Mr. key, cranked up, jerked down the'I to begin the "red! tape" connected Ceremonies Introducing; Richard', The cowboy serennders. one of :
''al) with and Mrs. Bill Mundy walked to headed North from their the mostly, widely known sustainIng -, I
to Washington my street
during strawberry go with getting the project approved. P, Daniel, of Tallahaimee, and] network "
season to his Three Friends I: units of a national radio
Bill breeches on. the Governor work-he home' on Walnut Street, and assuming -
Graham, of A> fighting I I It Is estimated that the total cost personal representative of Governor .
Ids Store: "Fine' vareZdry shouted "and I'll show you Barber Shoplhe to Leila'sBeauty i the Mundys would not lof the project will exceed $ OOOO Fred Cone, who was un- will present a concert of ,'
(Continued on you've ever what can be done for this great Salon. At home they left I I return until lunch, was Induglng with a cost of only around $10- able to attend. Mr. Daniel confined I western melodies and comedy before "
page eight) old baby girl and after Fraser's talk. With '
state of ours." their I In a little fun with the family 000 to the city.Candidate his remarks to State Road ;
and the colored 'the the magnet 'Ho attract t
Jean, Cowboys aa
salient points broughtout Claire auto
Ira. Other ( 68 In Clay County, and stated
Rosa Goodman by Cone: That he Is the only nurse. Also at home was their{I A few minutes after the epi- that the Governor had promised crowds. It In said that i '

'lied Last Week :chief executive who haA been able : automobile, and the key to It. sode began Sheriff Oscar Andreu Expenses to begin work, on It within three Fraser, during the past four ;
about the middle of the weeks, has spoken to larger audience :s
:i I to pay the schools in full since Along quickly began search, lost no For weeks candidate have weeks.
Friends of Mr. Rosa Goodman;. the state has been appropriating morning Mr. Mundy went hometo time getting hot on the trail of made speeches, gone the counties' H. J. Malaberger, of Tallahasuce. + than any other candidate ,

fe of J' D> Goodman, will re-I I money for this purpose. Thai he get the car; It was gone. what looked like a kidnaping. 'rounds, worked hard In their Director of the Florida In the race. i '
.t tiT to leant of her sudden death I,found the state treasury In the Evidently, his wife bad beat himto Within ten minute It was alt campaigns. All this) Me'COAt Forest and Park Service, outlinedto l H. if>e Here Today J:1

result of a heart attack)I'red and will leave It with a $14- It: apparently, too the nurse straightened out: The nurse In them money., Candidate expenses, the audience the alms and objectives James Barbee. Jacksonville i

!"her home last Friday night 000,000 balance. That he has was out walking with the baby-, returning from the Reno jaunt, ax. shown by their first statements of the Park Service, and ; minister and also candidate for :

\meral services for the de- given the counties more race taking her for a morning airing. I had turned at the corner of this week totaled $2,861.19by In conclusion ex-Senator Hill of Governor, will make his second I Ilpeech'

't1 were held In the, Baptist track money every year and hall He went back to make sure, Green's Grocery, (coming west), Clerk of the Court A, J. Keystone Heights, read an in- In Starke this tnomUSg 1

urch, Sunday afternoon at 2 cut expenses of the departmentfrom asked Mrs. Mundy where the car run Into a school bun parked on Thomas Mr. Thomas said the teresting paper written by him- (Friday) at 11 o'clock. Mr. '. "
lock BUrial took, place In 22 percent to eight percent. was She did not have It. So the right side of the street, hada second statement Is to be filed self on "Americanism." Barbee la largely credited with

ale I Cemetery In Lake Butler. That Florida Is paying more old there was Just one answer left: wreck which harmed neither between April 23 and 29, inclusive During the remainder of the ousting the slot machines from t
Pan bearers were: A. J. age assistance than any other the nurse had Its and was Indeed her nor the Mundys' beautiful afternoon swimming sightseeing Florida. I '

' man' E. W. Hayes. C. JLn state in the south. taking the Mundys' baby through the park, and other activities '11
Ight, a. E. sPark. George In- for an airing. had I baby.They had a snare which had Speaker At Rotary claimed the attention of News Crowded Out ,..
ana serious as they
W. M. Edwards. Books Close Tomorrow Not so I no bad end after all--but which the visitors. Although no political II
lIrlt. Goodman wa 5* years naturally feared the "buggy I:i Is characteristic so many Prof, C, J. Teselle of the law speeches were permitted Because of an unexpected rush 1;
at the time of her books close to- ride," In the meantime, was progressing the loud speaker system, of advertising. .it was necessary I j C
,Ides death, and Registration out in''I tragic kIdnnpings: Mr and Mrs school at the University of Florida !
her husband, Is survived morrow (Saturday) in the office rather awkwardly II I Mundy hud the fright of the was guest speaker at the Rotary many county politicians were to omit a large number of items '

.XT'11/!? Earl J. 1.' and of Supervisor N. D. Wainwright Reno, as nearly as can be told. usual beginning, without the usual Club here Wednesday Hera'Je present mingling with the public.A both social and new., from I hi*' r
Starke": 4 alters: In the courthouse. A total of The nurse, who, to the Mundy'slknowledge end. a stirring address) on the free dance wan enjoyed by Uaue of the 'Tele raph. We hope !

lie TouChstone, :Mrs' ..W O. 150 nv voters hav registered had never before tackled(cer- The nurse was punished by, subject of "Keeping America Out many persons at the Park Wednesday I to be able to publish them In

JOke WaltfOra', Mr-a1\" s-\ of J. Lake Duke Butler Mrs, T.I said.during the put two weeks: it U|] tainly the art not of managing many times an) automo- i I I spending a day In jail. of War." : night our next issue. i I F,


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.,' Edison Created 1846; typewriter -- C., S. Sholes Have You Read?

1868; air brake-George Westing- I

) Three of Ninteen house, Jr., 1869; telephone-Alex- HOWl! GREEN WAS MY VALLEY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Greatest Inventions ander Graham Bell 1876; phono- by Richard Llewellyn? It Is I For Circuit ".d.. For Co.n y Judge Fee School Board-UI.C. 3 srlic-old. and .,?.,,-?.

graph-Thomas A. Edison, 1878; a magic carpet. peopled with I candidacy for I am a eltlien of Starke and It elected School Board member b. paid for tweh. '" term "
announce my
I will discharge ) "
from District Three vice and
who and have qualifiedto that ,
Thomas A. Kdlson. gave Bradford County the V."Ji J
_ lusty singing fighting, loving Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial duty to the very best of for teachers
Incandescent lamp- Thomas A. seek the office of County Judgeof my and but, : Lu"
Incandescent Circuit Florida In Group one, i' ;
of ,
world the phonograph v" iM
the and If electedby my ability not being; swayed to and b. more liberal .
Bradford County, i ;
r lamp and motion picture Edison 1880;-Induction motor- folk. Sterling North says "If I ,ocratlo and solicit elector.the support In the "of" all prlmar dem- the good people* of my tntimy fro for the unmerited benefit ofany' better road for 0111. 'tl.W"k| ]
stand strictlyfor
will .
but ally "
projector. 1 Is credited with Nikola Tesla 1888; aluminum live to see the century out. I I !'. E. KNIUH I will ability.I serve them to the person an economical. business-like all In our the district.lower brick\, IS,

three of America's greatest In- production method Charles M. hall not forget his valley.". It Is ---- DON L. HOOVER administration. twill strive to for the state getting I, o.<
F.. Circuit Judge) make Bradford County outstandingIn proportion to other ?al ri
ventions. Hall.. 1889; linotype-Ottmar Mer- now America's No. 1 best-seller! educational work, and will appreciate will favor leglslnt, 1ltl| >Hr,
officials -' g ;your support. benefit the farmt-n. 'Ih '
scientists and zni'T. Judge ,
For Count
Seventy-five II I
genthaler 1890; motion picture KITTY FOYLB by Christopher Eight yearn ago the good peopleof O. C. KELLY., growers. I am In fa. Sh. .W
compiled the list. considerIng Morley la now holding second Bradford County elected me to ,- range for cattle. T 1I'n" ,!

only patents which have expired projector-Thomas A. Edison 18- place. This author has portrayedthe be County Judge, and for seven F."oo'\ Board-Dl.t. 3 eliminate all nulsant. "ll
put forth "
efficient frx'
Wilbur 4 :A ] them In an my beet
and become public property. 93; airplane-Orvllle and natural history of a woman years I and have served satisfactory nj"1""' I wind to announce that I will making the admlnlst [ I ltjmlcal
the office of IIlloq
he a candidate for and safe. ..
I The selection was in connection Wright. 1906; three-electrode vac- and you must read the book before and at the same time operated the Hchool Board Member from District Respectfully .

with the celebration, of the 150th: 1 office at an extremely low cost to Three, comprising Hampton, Gra .u 11111...
tube-Dr. Lee DeForest seeing the picture. without IIAI.
cuum t Therefore
the tax .
of the law. payers. ham. Brooker and New River. If Jt.\.\[
anniversary 1907; the r m 0" e t t Ing plastics THE NAZARENE by Sholem hesitation. I hereby announce Judge and elected I will perform my dutiesIn -

The list, with names of Inventors (bakellte) Leo H. Baekeland. Asch is a novel based on the life e.h ask re-election for your as support County and vote. a time buslnesa-llke and energy manner' to and the give up- For It.pees1511' ,

and dates when patents were 1909; and oil cracking-William of Christ, and Is holding third B. K. PERR'rMAN.county judgeFor my building of our .schools always u- day I wish for to Represent announ ,?,y

received follows: M. Burton, 1913. place on the reading list. This Inll economy where economy should State Legislature f*,"," J'0"
Coniml...l...,.._ )l...,,3: lie used. Thanking you In advancefor County. If f? Brat
Cotton gin-Ely Whitney. 1794; Original models of most of the book has received overwhelmingpraise Count announce myself a candidate your .support I am. sincerely, guard the Interest elected r prolR,
I nf
steamboat (commercial) Robert/ 19 great inventions will be exhibited from critics. clergymen t hereby for County CommissiOner FRANK T. ABERNATHY. of this county and w. H;?< '.'11I'

Fulton. 1809; I'eaper-Cyrus H. by the patent office Wednesday scholars and readers. A story District number three and earnestly bill that tends to |in&,. ;oPPo: "HI
support, promising am against the ?
I solicit your vote and For School Board No K .", t.'l'
:McCormlck. 1834; telegraph -j the anniversary day. universal In Its appeal and most If elected to discharge the I hereby announce my candidacyfor percent. I will Introduc. !II?;i

F B. Monte. 1840; rubber vulcanization -I timely for all faiths all creeds. duties of said business-like office In a man fair nomination a* a member of the needy provide of adequate this pen! 'ona.M,>. ?
economical. state
School Board from District Two ni,
ribbons of all kinds i
Charles Goodyear. 1844; Typewriter assistance 10"
nate "red
your tape.
DECADE by Stephen Long- ner. Thanking you subject to the will of the Democratic win
. sewing machine-Elias Howe Jr.,I for sale at the Telegraph office. street Is a brilliant novel with- I am.Yours. re.pectfully.R. voter In the Primary Election hilt tlon that or Interest favors a pr Rlt oPP."'to*
May 7. If elected I will dlll- ove hr
out a dull moment. The topsy- L. better Bradford people. I know What ,,
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I hilt "
turvy thirties provide the mater- County school Your vote and sup- : them county to the want best of and. i "'

ials! for this author's first novel. r CummisNiCseFiist. *, poit appreciated.Respectfully the good of the count' Jbl\nl\
IF YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOL AFFAIRS and one reader says "It Is the Commissioner Twill be a candidate from District for County 3, 1:1.: E. SPARKS. cally the advancement or financially v '0" oI Po--i

durndest book you ever read anda tfouth starke. subject to the will support will be sln, 'H
KEPT OUT OF POLITICS AND RUN ON A of the voters In the Democratic, For Mehool Hoard. DI... :3 ated. ">"I
\ sure beat-seller from the word primary May 7. If elected t pro' I hereby announce myself. a candidate RALPH
'go', mine to carry out the duties for School: Board member -
To the Voter of the Eighth Judicial office to the bent of my ability.' from District Two subject to the
VOTE FOR MOMENT IN PEKING by the Circuit: I am a candidate for Your vote and support will be will of the voter. In the Democratic For Represent511...,.
author of The Importance of Living Circuit Judge of the. Eighth Judicial greatly appreciated.. I primary of May 7. If you I wish to announ Ihal t
Circuit tq succeed Judge A. Z.Adkln. Respectfully want your school affairs kept out be candidate.. for 'lootlDl
Lin Yutang who reaches .. I shall appreciate )'our'vote O. c. CAgoNF of politics and run In a sound ;your Representativeglnlature Ibe

W. P. SMITHFOR gieat stature here as a novelist. and support. i economical business-like manner, subject Ih. I
HENRY U OUAYOalneavllle. 'ou.missiefler-Iit. a I respectfully solicit your vote and ocratlo Primary In May
The Hying quality of his book Florida County ( announce my-I .upport. I am asking the p.. ,,1,1| .
and ?
goes beyond the reality of Individual I elf I am a candidate qualified for the office of' _W. r. SMITH. fldence ford county In _me to by contlm._ __n__._._ ...:...._.
District re-r
MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD lives and changing society For flrrnlt Judge I' County 3. subject Commissioner to the will from of the For School Board-Dint. 1 your lance of Representative. u/"

and the tragedy of war, as TO THH VOTERS OK T 11 m'l era on election day. May 7th. vot-I' I hereby announce my candidacy of Representatives active nervier "th. '

DISTRICT NUMBER TWO the novel sweeps on to Its magnificent EIGHTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT: Your vote and support will be for member of School Board from clerk and an first al ,
I am a candidate for nomination predated and will aid me i District No.1. Lawtey. subject to a memb.r
climax.A for reappointment. as Judge of the cau..e-that of helping qualifier ma to render for
humane the will of the voters In the prl- '"
renter" and
Eighth Judicial Circuit. If I am Brad- more complete
underprivileged children of mrtrv election of May 7. If elected!
SIA!: ISLAND LADY by I am 100
I will percent
nominated and reappointed r
ford County. I will WOI k for the best Intercut r I'
(Paid Politic Advertisement) Francis Grlswold author of the nave the tax payer $27.500.00 "."" a J.I% of all schools In the county. Your range.I will 'cont i
I will appreciate vote and FIELDS. n ue to i|1' your
vote and will be "
Tides of Malvern.. This 10 the ..up port. support ap- cultural Legislation f.,,, ,hr
preciated. '
story of a New England girl in A. Z. ADKINS. 3, Heopeotfiilly fits of the farmer.
C..ml."lu.OI" I will continue
South Carolina's romantic Sea Fer I hereby announce myself a J. 8.' BClIUY) NORMAN.: Interest rates of finance my fight( to i

Island country. It Is her story For Clerk of the Circuit CenrtT I didate for County ..* I will continue to \,,{ie'omPl''W>
VOTE FOR the people of Bradford County: from District Three (South can-I Kor School Board-IJIot. 1 decrease of'taxes.
I and the story of the four men In Sincerely trustingthat I may be subject to action of the .. I hereby announce my candidacy I am for Increased ,'OI1.IObl

her life. It; is a colorful novel as permitted to continue to serve. you the Democratic Primary of for Member of The School' Board the aged Widows alld do",
E. W. Hayes well vivid as your Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1940. I am In favor of better roadsfor from IXntrlct 1. subject to the will chlldron.
as a and
authentic I announce my candidacy for this our county u.nd If elected will <>f the voter In the primary election I will sponsor and work tut.
-. picture of our own South during office subject- the next Democratic work for the good of our countyat of May 7. I promise. If passage of leglslutloi to 4
TAX ASSESSOR the Primary. I appreciate the kindness all times. (>flirted to bring: to the administration medicines to the Stall BiSl
sixty I
years following the and confidence .shown me by J. L. WYNN. of the school affairs of our Health for the use of Itt POOl f
Civil War. all of our people and In return I county the respect and confidenceof needy.
4> have rendered and for so Ions asI I'... Connir (o..oml..I..n.-nl.l :8 ull concerned patron, pupils and 1 mil for better i ilt i lal
NO MORE GAS by Nordhoff hold office will continue to I wish to announce my candl- teacher In u liunlnecx like man, county. |

& Hall is a sunny new South Sea render every. service and courtesyIn .1.. for 'nunty Commissionerfrom ner. I will uppreclnte your vote. I all1 for the $5fto 'jig I"
official duties
My Hiirh
are that It IH. I will
., assistance will II. A. ItlsriOf.For support Hi,
my power. Your District Three (South Starke), hooHf
., will lie Ie for that
ui lnipoiiHlbl me to make uufta acts as wonderful an- be appreciated.; of the voter teachers.
'a hem" to houxe campaign an I tidote to grim news and will A. J. THOMAS.: iiblect to the will of May I I feel that I am n i
wiuld like to do. 1 trust you willta put In the Democratic Primary $.-Pinoi n..nrd-ltI. 1 with the wishes und ,
thlH Into conil<]"ratIon when you one in a cheerful mood for weeks.If 7. If elected I will at all timescmuard I hereby announce my candidacyfor people of Bradford di reso
', ', murk hnllot c"an.-: I the Interent of the County: re-election as School Board 'mt'> sot
your onlay T. Your
7 vote will t... highly appreciated 1. and you have read The Bounty Trilogy Fur. Tnx Collector im though. they were my personal member from, District Due, I.awtey, upon unselfishly the floor protect of y II lutt]]
If le-elected will promise you tuurm" you know thebe authors are I hereby announce my candidacy I !huslnesH. Your vote and. ..uPIJOrtwill' In the Democratic primary election I assure. you that 1 hoist
yearn of fair, courteous and to succeed myself as Tax Collector be highly appreciated.Eiincerely of May: 7. My only promise 1 I. that to the dictates of mil noi'
good story-tellers. of Bradford County subject to the a 'W rnni
$ P;' efficient xervlce I will continue to work for the bent interests
; Democratic. primary to be held May H. 10'. (IIUli) DBMOrtRSTF : interest", of .AI..T. the nchool In our pollje. and who attemp t Ie D
Everybody Is cheering CAP- 7th.. 1840. I have tried. to render county. profiteer HIlie, cw

i. (Paid I'olltlcal Adv<.rtl..ement) TAiN HORATIO HORNBLOWER. service you faithful honest Tax and Collector.efficient I Count ('on..I..I..n.-UI.'. 1 J. It. MOORE. of It the you taxpayer.as M vote, '. tliul.
I There is something about this earnestly solicit your support and I hereby. announce my candidacy. experience w II I bf ta,,
modest very human master of If elected again, I shall continue for County Commissioner of Dli aad- For County School Miperliitendent Bradford County In .g"b"
td render you the same. service asI trlct One comprising awtey I hereby announce my candidacy capacity your vote .1"lU roiilrl'"
fighting ships to make the pulse have In the past. Vicinity subject to the Democratic fo... the office of Superintendent of support will be I"II."P'|, "u
quicken. C. A. KN1QIIT. Primaries In May. If elected II Public Instruction of Bradford OEOnOE H. l'
promise honest and faithful__. County? Hiihlppftn tin will of the .
LAND BELOW TIlE WIND by, tentlon to the duties of the omce. Democratic -electors--In the;--primary, hiLlS SCHEDULE;
The vote and support of the cltl- election I!lto. If electedto
on May 7.
Agnes Newton Keith Is the At-I COUNTY! zetiM of the district are respect- this Important office I pledge to Northbound
fully solicited the people of thin safe Leaves Starke at 2:20 tl
county a :
I lantic I HEREBY announce my candidacy ,
$5,000 prize book. When T.
1'sRffT' Mane, and Bound administration of
for Tax Collector of Brad- 12:39: ( p. m., 1:45 p. ra. 611|
the duties Involved. Your vote and
the ford County. t have never held
morning sun shot
any office within the gift of the For (ronnty ('omml lonrr-l)l... 1 H.-UVU: kuppuiiviil Vio nieatly appreciated. m.. and 10:10: p. m.
through the jungle this American people of this County before. If, Believing that my record as your SouthboundLeaves
elected 1 will diva you efficient 1 County CommIssIoner for my first DU. W. E. MIDDLRTON
bride of an empire-building oourteniiH. and faithful service in' term entitles 'e to a second term Starke at 2:40: a.
this office. i I hereby announce myself as a Candidate For fountr Superintendent 10:20( a. m., 2:20: p. m. und :|
Britisher forgot her discomfort.Her ..
Sincerely. for re-election. a County
Do Ycur moving back home, my ra.
Trading experiences In wildest Borneoare N. D. WAINVVRIOHT.. JR. 'I'otnmlKsloner for District Number many friends throughout the county 1
(lne. Your support will "be ap- have persuaded me to run for Superintendent \Vestbounil

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are being read aloud laughedover p"clated. P.D. KEDDISH. of Public Instruction I Leaves Starke at 9.35: ft j
For County Tax Awrwor for Bradford County. I hereby announce -
given away with every $40 in trade and quoted everywhere. hereby announce my candidacy ray candidacy for the office and 11:30: a. m.
for re-election to the office of ... of Superintendent of Public In-
or certificates. These and other new For ( "uu t many Assessor. of Taxes.With At the request of many of my Htruction for Bradford County subject -
Are Kerieemci ')ook may be had from the Pub- my experience and the results friends. I hereby. announce my candidacy to the primaries In May 1940. Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. n|
In the way of tax reduction for County Commissioner of I promise If .elected a fair honest. Ticket office and bus depConway's |
?JSSJI SMITH'S GARAGE lic Library, which Is open daily, during my present administration district number one, Lawtey. sub- economical and businesslike. admin- Service Station i
I feel no hesitancy In asking for ject to the wll( of the Democratic iHtratlon. I earnestly solicit your
STARKE, FLORIDA except Sunday from one to five- the continued support of the voters.If voters of the district. I fell that vote and aupport. Highways 13 and 48.
thirty o'clock. I re-elected I promise four more my past experience well qualifies R. R. POPPELU
year of courteous and efficient in* to perform the .duties of this NEW TRAIN SOIEDOll
,, service.I
office satisfactorily. Thanking you For !Superintendent Public
I I Thanking you most sincerely for for past and future support I am Instruction Northbound

7XJ your vote Yours:and :::eoc 1olfym I Respectfully I hereby announce as a candi No. 2 Leaves 5:28 A. U. !S
ooo Facts That Concern You seriHO1 J. M. ROSIER.
No.l7o.f E. W. HAYES. date for re-election! In the Primary No. 192 Leaves 6:23: A. U. I
to be hold. May 7. 140. I have
..r County (-
For Connty Tax" Assessor I wish. to announce that I am acandidate County for the past eleven years No. 102 Arrives 1:50:: P. M.
I take pleasure In announcing for the office of County and have held the people their
candidacy for the office of Tax Commissioner from District Five. I children and their Interest fore- SouthboundNo.

} ] uc&ti@& [ @M ABOUT ject Assessor to the of Bradford Democratic County Primary sub, earnestly voter solicit the support of the ,I always must In to everything.give you the I best have schools tried 1 Leaves 11:35: P. M. 1

May 7. I honorably solicit the vote M. O. HARRELL. possible and If you will favor me' No. 191 Leaves 10:53: pH. I

and support of the people and if with this election I promise only I No. .107 Leaves 9:30: A. !M.1
elected I promise a fair Impartialand ...le. r>l,,'. :S one thing and that In continued Improvement -
For County fomml er-
G3 (; WOn( economical Sincerely ad yours m I, nl.tratlon. I wish. to announce my candidacyfor Commissioner advantages of for schools your children.and better I No. 101 Leaves 7:00: A. M.J

cci AND ((31 LUCIAN O. HAZli.V. New. re-election River.from District I as feel. County&that. Brooker my pastexperience and- am your at all servant times.and Thanking at your service you- FOR BABY'S COMFO

for your vote and
support May 7,
.. LC make me more capableof 1940 I McGee's i isini
am yours for better setmnnis.A. Baby
". For Sheriff Hrndford County handling the office than before
I r To the voters of Bradford County: and If re-elected I promise" to give J. GRIFFIaFor for Minor upsets of the ito

-.a ,, P hereby announce myself a candidate you the best service. that I can possibly and bowels that result from
; : for re-election to the office ofSh..ltf. all ('. un'r !rh..ol Superintendent
Tr ..; :.;;; render. Thanking you eating. improper foods cr I t
:. and If nominated and reelected for your past and future .uvpor I hereby. announce my candidacy
\, 1 #" -=.- 1 promise to continue my Your respectfully for the office of Superintendent of rary over-acidity of the sto .
,. effort to give a clean progressive T. D. DYAL.1 Publlo Instruction for Bradford A bottle of McGee's Baby I
honest Impartial and fenrleH administration County. If .elected I promise an costs only 35c.CAnPENTKU'S.
.b- and enforcement of the hunent 'faithful and
WHY BEER IS THE law. I earnestly solicit your sup ."... Coontr C".n..I".n.r-UI.:1: udmlnlMtrRtlon of thin office.economical
I wish to announce that am acandidate : DKl '1'
I ,
port., 1 earnestly solicit
_1 your vote and
for of
member Board
I 1 OLDER THAN THE A. O. ANDUEU. Muppoi-t, Jleopectfully,
MODERATIONBeer's of Commissioners from Dltrlct .
'iioi 1>. J K.
PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT Two subject to will of Democratic MtQAULBTTor

IOO INDUSTRIES DENEFIT alcoholic content Beer has been brewed since the Fur SheriffI voters of Bradford County. -
isverylow..iowerthart If elected. I will strive to render Itnte Oruntor ..
I FROM DEER AND ALE other alcoholic bev beginning of recorded history for wish sheriff to of announce Bradford my County candidacy aubJ H fair and Impartial service. As to To the, Democratic Voters of

I any Is in many parts of the world. It ..ct to the Democratic my ability I offer my record -as Union and Bradford Counties: H O LLAN
id it primary to
Did you know that the return: of erage. why in councilman of the City of Starke. I hereby announce for the office
known ancient I be
was Egypt, held May 7, 1940. If elected' I
beer and ale brought increased called "the beverage of will discharge the dntles of the of- W. M. MITCH EDW A nDs. Utttte Senator subject to the GOVERNOR
in China and the Euphrates FOR
I IJullin"II\tomore than 100 indusmoderation."Youarenot fire to the best of my knowledgeand 1 primaries shall of May 194! ".. If elected.
to in trouble valley. ability and I For ('OD.' Commlsslnnrr.. SAt work for an Increase In old
triuj'II t toiJ. Sorvicu;; j and materials likely get earnestly solicit : age assistance for the blind
wore needed. New jobs were if you stick to beer. the vote and support of all the the request of a few of my crippled and for and it Man EI.ttlgh
orphans. I will Toting/
voter. of friend I offer ,
mud) for workers.NATURE \ ,- HradfordCounty. Yours attain myself a* a cooperate with you and
respectfully. candidate for Commissionerfrom
County guard af.r.t.u' Ofi>f
your Interest Bear of
The Burden* |
13OUGHTOYDEERAND M. L. JOHNS. District Two pledging you Your vote and
'I-- that I will give you the beat service support will be
highly .
IIppr."lated.Sincerely hlrt
BILLION and Old Knough to
ALE that I can possibly render. ThankIng -
,I"i. Far MnpertUor .. D..I..I.. you for past and future support DREW yours. l it'
MAKES I I am a candidate for the oftiie I am. Mature Judgement

: BEERf z PROD after year U CTS.,the brewing Steadily industry year- ________________ of Bradford Supervisor County of Florida Registration subject to of Respectfully U ,. CONNER.. ...... .-..... Seusto. Problems. PL.XNT rl11
To voters
the Democratic Primary, and respectfully of Bradford and Union
1 I Pt A simple z, gives American farmers a solicit your vote and ... Counties: I take this method of roimiKit.U.S.SENATI.
for farm For County Co__l..l<..er- nu 4 an.
natural big order products.That's support. I nounclng myself an a candidate for
I ki hereby announce candidacy
I rr.'ccssl'rodueelbeerandalefrom a help farmers appre- JAMES P. HOLLI.VdSWORTH.Far for the office of County my Cemmlsioner Senatorial State Senator District. for the Fifteenth

water maltpd grain and hops. The ciate. District Number Four comprising III.tlne' 0' Bradford of Florida.and con-
it brewer applies his skill to help give the voting precincts of Counties. and I ,
) upervlnr ....i.t.I ...... nraham. Hampton and Theressa.1 earnestly .ollct, the
these beverages their fine taste.Y Iii wish to announce my candidacy If elected I promise an honest support an.. vote of all Democrat.

/4 ;"CLEAN-UP OR CLOSE-UP" far the office of Supervisor of faithful and economical administration voters. Yours r..p.ct1.II'J. REELECTANDW
Registration .f Bradford County of said office. BAPP.
\ p- / A NEW PLAN TO subject to the will of the. voters In The vote and support of all -
the m of May Democratic far .
o.D.r't'tarr: : voters are earnestly 'at. H.mmt..
I am capablecarrying solicited. 1 am announcing for
,;.r, out the duties of this Offl..e T. C. CHASTAIN. ator for Bradford and 'hl..n coun.
One of the moat interesting and promise to serve the people lies subject to M a y Democratic
to the best nf my ability. Your Prlmarl.....
BEER'S TAXES- things about beer and ale is vote and support will be sincerslyappreciated. For County Commissioner-..Diet. 4 aid tn
the I hereby announce myself a can naval,1" farming business,
I SI.OOO.OOO A brewing industry's program .* and livestock
J. F. Klckllter didate for re-election as County tries Indus
to keep retailing I whole ; cheaper auto
Commissioner from tags: more
DAY-COULD PAY FOR GRAND some.Th&program Is now I in effect in a number of four. comprising the District voting number money for "1d' blind. widows' and

I COULEE DAM IN 186 DAYS states. It is being extended. We want you to know Fee Hu|.*rYl...r .f 11..1.0. of Graham Hampton precinct and "iphans living wave: *"" for.choola' and road.; 1.r

I Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia river about it. Writ. for booklet. United Brewers Industrial To The oter. of Bradford County: Theressa. If re-elected I promiseto drivers and teai-her laborers bus

w ill be tha most massive structure ever Foundation. 19 East 40th St., New York, N. Y. I am formally announcing ability.do my Thanking duty to. you the for best past of and my Your vote will be appreciated.. .
candidacy for (Supervisor of Registration -
built by man. Herr's taxes Federal. future support I amRespectfully T
I for Bradford County subject KKXESTT'
State and local-could quickly pay for it. to the will of the voters of HEWITT.
H U. \VASDIN.For .
county on May 7th 1940 For .
\ I reallte that I am the first I tat* Uraatcr
I o B"E'. woman to peek a public office In !><....! Hoard-Dint 9 am and asking the voters of Bradford -
this county. However, I am stir I hereby announce myself a can nate Union' Counties' to noml.
\ BEER. a berereige of moderation I am fully capable' of handling the didate for re-election frnm School their' flue In the coming Primary
tJ ; duties cunn.Miedwith thin office.I Board District No. 3 subject to the will .
'\\J, Z. have lived In this county IS action of voters at the Primary ro'prompse! o..to :'orkott'r; 'I'S
0 _0 .year* and have supported the May 7. 1940. It elected I promiseto p..na''n. for tile i

1.1k3.--_______________ Domm-rallc party 100 percent and continue a fair conscientious and I crippled. and the old.mother the blind the
--- will appreciate your vote and any equitable administration of this of Pendent with de. **
: == offer. I ice chiidren: an 4 will : DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MA
- '"' support you may to the best of my ability. endeavor
_- -- .-----_-- _. _- _'ie. JO\\_--=_--c_ Klncerely.AMCK Ke p.ctfully, I flow required tl> eliminate the red tape n
(: IJtt. ttAi ) ,\-OIn.40I,i i E. J. LEWIS pt'"altm. to qualify for this *
I will work for better (PaW political advertl*" ]



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Bradford County High School Journal Ii

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FIVE : __ .STARKE: FLORIDA_ :. !'m\\', ,l1'IUL ..19--: J'J''w. ._ .. .-._ ,_ ," __ _. ___ __ _. NUMIIER! 'TiIIRTY-ONE : ( :

STAFJI' ._ Jean Davl I Safety PatrolCompletes Last Will BaccalaureateWas On Reading Books- Mammy Sez Graduation Exercises I f

8.w.1d :;: Successful And TestamentOf Held At B. H. S
I'I'I l'PKO}. SLAVERYBy Well, chlllun since this. Is the Will Be TonightIn

and l'atrol Ferrate Jones Frank Francine Robinson Fiche School YearMembere'Have 1940 SeniorsWe Sunday Night last week of school Mammy Bradford Park :t

Austin I. thought she'd break down and
Bstclle Booker T. Washington I
Club Eiiiabeth j PIumm the undersigned, being ot 'The Rev Mr. Fred Yrrke tell you-all who she really Is. I Location of 1940 i1

spay I Clara MarlJarat MM HarUy Pearce; Served Cooperatively unsound mind, do hereby make I It Gave Wholenome Sermon I liked this book for several want you-all to know that I have ConitnrnrrmrntVIII ProvidePlenty '

ltRPoRTEna.rowmend During Term known to all whom It may concern During Service Sunday reasons: I admire Booker T. thoroughly enjoyed writing this of Room 1 ;;

r6Cl.aL Louise atern Alta : and those whom It does not, for his column this year and I hope the : (t
arailAr h The School Boy Patrol success bequeathment of the seniors. In Last Sunday night, Bradford person who has the honor of Tonight Bradford High School '

s Jack M. fully completed, another school this the will and testament of the High School's 1940 seniors had courage, and helpfulness In per- writing it next year has as much will do what it has for over I

year of guarding the lives of the Class of 1940. their Baccalaureate, in the high fotmlng the duties that he did fun as I have had. thirty years, but about two weeks 1 ;

EDITORIALTHE school children as they came to, school auditorium, the Rev. Mr. despite his being a negro; I feel sooner than usual and at a location '\
I, L. M. Gaines, hereby willingly Since this column made its debut '
Bradford High School. I Fred Yerkes giving the sermon. sorry for him because so many where It never was before: It \ I
several it has been
bequeath quietness to years ago
END my Beginning at 8:00: lasting only, people did not have faith In him
the the
Throughout year the patrol column of and fun in will graduate 60 seniors on ,
a -
Perry Galney 1 jokes general
has served loyally doing its bit to until 8:30: the program ran thus: and some tried to hinder his pro- athletic field. Seniors will be I \\I,
High At time have the
Lr today, Bradford I, Ralph Rhodes, hereby will Processional Mrs. Clifton t gress.It no thingswritten
months, be make Bradford High one of the, I In this column been! meantas square in the middle of the field,
1 will for four safest schools in Florida. i ingly bequeath my conceitedness I Brown. must have been hard for personal "nUms"--and I I facing east, and spectators will
and quiet and cute strut to .
!II l. as calm will the Some of the duties of the: Billy Dowling.I. I Invocation The Rev. A. E. him to go before large crowds of thought everyone was broad- mount the bleachers. I
ity. But no sooner John Crews, hereby willingly; !white people and speak. He had 1
school- Patrol during last year' were: Llghtfoot. minded enough to know that. ButI For years this school has
alertness I
cover than the another tern Road duty, ground duty, raising I, bequeath Chastain. my to Carlton Hymn"O Worship The King"' such a time, too, when he'd go have a few who aren't as goodsports I yearly, been full to overflowingat
hotel and wouldn't let I
to a
students to and lowering the flag, traffic I -Haydn. they a n they make people be- Commencement, parents alone
Isend over 900 I, Tracy Baker, hereby will him stay because he was colored.If .
again-minus about duty at football and basketball Scripture The Rev. Frank) lieve they are--.But so much for having barely enough room to get
off will leave fore games. 'I' ingly bequeath my Hit ler-Itk Robinson people had realized then what that maybe they'll learn some seated, other friends have had to

[ seniors who mustache to Louis Jordon. was to be in days to come, they day! jam. push, smother, and choke to
The following boys have served I I, Lucian Conner, hereby will The Woman's Chorus "The would have treated him a lot SenIors ,
Journal's "edlt- the school for the past year; Lord's prayer"-Malsette Dels. 'better They say that Lucian and Vel- find even standing room. r
i B. H. S. ingly bequeath my Law Book to I'm sure. have long been placed on a

| we's" will come from an- Edgar Wilkerson, Lyle Anderson I whoever will have it. Sermon-The Rev. Fred Yerkes. In a way I feel that he really ma have "It" really and truly stage too small for their greatly;

source, and this editor Steve St. John, Bobby Mc- I, Carl Edwards, hereby willingly The Woman's Chorus-"God So thought too much of himself. I bad.Did Increased numbers. '

like everything to give It Rae, Bobby Biggs, Donald Bag bequeath my ability to Loved the World"-Stalner. guess that is just because I am I I you-all see the gals In Mr, The freshmen, proud but with I

well, Harold Crews, E. E. Thorn make book reports to Troy Load- Benediction-The Rev Charles white and he was black. Any Sponholta' room the other dayT I''
three more years to go, will receive -
Bradford ton, Warren Winkler, Steve Weldon holtz. Allen Very Interesting.
(Ing 1939 and 40, white person is bound to feel proof that they have con- r t.
SchOol has: John Anderson, C. W. Col- I, Ernest Edwards, hereby will Recessional Mrs. Clifton hard about a negro that becomes The seniors really looked "tops" qv.crcd! school-through the ninth I

U, for the first time, a fully son, Lyman Van Anda, Marcus ingly bequeath my rowdy ways to Brown.At famous and gets the "big head." 'in their all white caps and gowns grade: their ninth grade certificates. -

field, whichhas Reddish, and Chester McKinney Jack Halle.I 8:00 seniors were 'at Baccalaureate Sunday' night '1
pad athletic : sharp Right now Booker T. Wash- To a freshman, the thought i
used, not only for all home It Is hoped that each succes L. H. Harper, hereby will strung along the upper halls In Ington Is respected and honoredthe With President Rhodes leadingthe of senior high school is a thrill I ,

,ll games, but for a Hal- live year the patrol will striveto ingly bequeath my way with the readiness for marching down world over, mainly for what procession and alii! Commencement will run thus: I
donkey base- keep the high standard of girls to Merle Packham. center door both Don't Graduation, Fri j r'
lea carnival, a through the ; he did for the negro race. He forget Processlonnl-.-School Band.
game. safety that the different patrolsof I, Hugh Ingram, hereby willingly boys and girls wore solid white did more toward getting the peo- day night! (Bet the seniors InvocationThe Rev. Frank '

ven Its students advanced the years gone by have kept. bequeath my bluffing to caps and gowns ple of his race an education and won't). It's to be held on the athletic Robinson. t ,

lal studies-In a music room -Frank Robinson, reporter,, Junior Johns Crowded but not to be compared seeing that schools and colleges field-folks, keep your fing- AddresK- lion L. F, Chapman. \ ,'
of this School Boy Patrol. I, Billy Jackson, hereby will numbers of crosned 'cause these
[red at beginning I with the great were built for them than any ers April Selection' School Band

ingly bequeath my desire to go people that fill It at graduationevery other man has ever done. The showers will spoil everything If T'I'I'II'ntatlolot Awards. I ,

med out high standards Ins GraduationThe 1 to Lawtey to Ralph Nettles. year the auditorium was negro institution at Tuskeegee they put in an appearance! Presentation certificate I ;

conducts, and reputation II. I, James Johns, hereby will neatly packed with about the Alabama bad merely a handfulof Everybody ia singing "Leaningon ninth gritde.Presentation. (:

sports. BeginningA ingly bequeath my pretty face to right number fpr its capacity. students when he started It. the Old Top Rail" round of Diplomas.necf'Rslona.lSchool '

|en the scene of many top- I whoever will have It. Some of the room, however, was Now it turns out thousands of school these layn. Pretty tune! Band.

occasions, both social and ,( readable story by Mary I I. Nelson Moore, hereby will taken up by Bradford's sixty graduates every year. It's Everett McKlnncy's favorite. )

tUonal. Townsend) ingly bequeath my studious ways graduating seniors, who sat In 'Sorry-.-but It wasn't Joe Al- ;
Booker T. Washington had to were showing 'round about ;
900 cooperative,, James Carter stood looking up to Herbert Cloversettle. front center. len In that certain Fold last Sun- you
over where-he
used hard to rile Enos!
struggle get Sunday ,
students, and a good at the familiar old brick building.The I, Everett McKinney, hereby At their Baccalaureate, thliyear's when he day afternoon. (U still can't help {

lipal jialasttc who knows what be'sn night air was cool and a willingly bequeath my good looksto seniors heard one of the would did. There work from were 4 times o'clock in the you out Garland!) Tho annuals are tops Every- :( A J }

gentle breeze ruffled his hair Edward Johnson.I shortest, but most vital, wholesome Margaret was in Jax last week- body's so proud of 'em. t ,,
after dark in orderto (
morning uptll
repaired-walls painted, over his forehead. James turned Owen McRae, hereby willingly reasonable sermons ever to school at Whenhe end. 'Said< she had the beatus Veil-.lhi" IM all. For the last 1 t
_, and desks sanded his gaze from the building and bequeath my quiet ways to given at this school. They heard go finally did get through Hampton time. Urn let me wish all you students $f'" ,

Id new shrubbery planted byNYA. looked around at the familiar objects -, Key Sargent.I one of the quietest, most sincere Institute in Virginia, he did Sadie wan sporting some precious ( much success next year-and to f

of the school ground. There Emmett Perryman, hereby voices ever within B. H. S.'s all he could to put his two brothers shoes Sunday nice ..the -'nlnrto.--I wish loads of luck. I I .' ,

trued out, under the iuperof was the big oak tree hoveringover willingly bequeath my surplus walls on any occasion: that of through that school, and they Enos In a natural cartoonist. Sincerely : "'

i Mrs. Sullivan, a much the wooden bench on whichhe weight to Marie Dyal and Billy The Rev. Fred Yerkes, who used,, went too. Those sho' were good pictures "J. B." (Mammy) I; ) ,]

.had carved bin Initials when Grlffis. for his sermon: "Possess Your .

veil its cafeteria library restocked with he was a lowly freshman. The I, Frank Robinson, hereby willIngly Possessions," said more in a I believe that Booker T. Wash I ",,

reds of new books. flag pole stood stately and proudat bequeath my ability to sing short time than many people can ington will not only be remembered I ,BOREE FUNERAL HOME : : '
long because of what be \ :
tactlced all Its one side of the building. As to Joe Boyles.I In all their lives.
and played did for his rare, but also for Pull line of Caskets A Undertakers) Supplies I ''i'I
he stood these familiar will- reminded
the town's looking at Dempsey Sapp, hereby The Rev. Mr. Yerkes
jetball in '
games he did for human beingsa AMBULANCE SERVICE
objects on the campus, James' ingly bequeath my perfect phy students that they all have a '.
U new armory, by permission DAY AND N1OIIT
|ie National Guard. thoughts went back over the four sique to Leonard Smith.I talent of some sort---every single a who lA-In teaching them 134 PHONE: ist f \

T bad Home Economics as happy years he had spent here. Edwin Sheppard, hereby one is outstanding in some phase,, 'and sanitation, cleanliness, religion! l O. II. BENNETT M&'F.'I, '. '
good manner
He saw himself as a freshman, willingly bequeath my formulafor and that each person should do : ; '
been hoped. given In 11th Englishby "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SILVER ,
uated (or will, tonight,) slaping over his algebra and LatIn escaping the clutches of the his very best to find and developIt Jack Halle. i '\ I
nlors. and tipping his rat cap to the girls to whoever in lucky enoughto whatever It may be: and that r ,

seniors. He saw himself in later get it. whether it be music, teaching,,

years at the school. He was out I, Billy Silcox, hereby willingly business, o r homemaking, 11 IIIIIIIillllllllllllilllllllllllllilllllllllllll iillllillllllllllllll I I II I ,
To Seniors
route on the gridiron on a crisp autumn bequeath my heart to Francine should be realized.It .

afternoon barking signals and Fisher.I was splendid sermon- .,
'! A few
years running with the ball-he was L. C. Smith, hereby willingly from a truly outstanding person.to rI
I word meant little to the sen- I
back in school listening to Mr. bequeath my ability to aggravatethe
of 1940. Now It la about toe
Dean drone on and on about the girls to Warren Frederick.I Alta Smith. I
e reality to them. Soon I
skill of Shakespeare. He saw, Leland Sponholtz, hereby I, Clara Mae Harley, hereby
will forth from the be- I
high go school which has himself talking to the golden-, willingly bequeath my marvelous willingly bequeath my position as II I f" ,

haired Gloria who sat behind him ability to argue to Donald Kelley.I one 'of the senior class pianists I ,
ered them! for the past four IIIIIIillllllll I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII INIIIIII ,
In History class How he would Milo Sponholtz, hereby willIngly to Odell Ilins
Into the unknown, future- miss all this! His graduation' bequeath my dignity to J. I, Jenelle Hutching, hereby \ \,

his is painting too dismal a seemed the end of everythingThen i C. Prevatt willingly bequeath my streamline I pl IIIIIIIIII 118111111iIIIII ,
e of graduation for In re- ,
I these seniors will Just be berg the thought struck him-: I, Arch Thomas, hereby willingly figure to Betty Crosby.I I II I ,, ,
"This Isn't the end after all. It's bequeath my handsome ap Mabel Johnson, hereby willingly : ,. t
their ofg
careers instead only the beginning of every-, pearance to Eugene Chason and bequeath my position on ______
them. It is true their edu-
In thing." This thought brought him W. C. Crosby. the basketball team as forward to I '.. ,
|n school will be ended if -
do out of his memories and gladdened I, Alene Austin, hereby will Doris Hinson.I .
not to college, but
lion go his heart. ingly bequeath my melodious Odessa Kelley, hereby will ,

never really ends be- James walked briskly up the I voice to Florence Mersereau. ingly bequeath my love for .. 1 I '
people go on learning all where Austin, hereby willingly Brooker to Lorerta Polk.I ,
' lives steps and into the building I, Estelle ,
land -that Is, If they really he was to deliver the valedictory, bequeath my artistic abilityto Willa Vida Killingsworth, :; I -; '
merely exist. address for his class tonight Sadie Prince.I hereby willingly bequeath my .
getting back to the sub- 1
to Carolyn Crry9, '
| of the 1940 seniors.. This Juanita Barefoot, pleasing personality ; irrX, ; I II
will All legal blanks, promissory willingly bequeath m y great Keen.
probably go down In abilities Dorothy Mae Lewis, hereby will
notes, retain title note, carried Shakespearean to J, Iva
annuals of
[ B. H. S. history seat on
8 of In stock by the Bradford County I Alvarez. ingly bequeath my
the '
best that has
ever .
willIngly Muriel Lee Sapp.I
I, Loral Bennett, hereby Brooker bus to I
sated from' this school. The Telegraph.tire I bequeath my talking eyes Willie Maude Loper, hereby 1
lIB a whole, has been con- l :
Salesmanship -
to Martha Mathews.I willingly bequeath my V
|ate\ energetic, school owes the 1940 seniors
understanding, Doris Crews, hereby willingly Book to whoever will haveit. &
I respectful. They have treated a vote of thanks for their work comfortable seat in .
1 my
underclassmen more as their here. We, the juniors, bid ourlasemates I English Class to anyone who Is I, Irene Markham, hereby will- ;

18 than most senior classes the seniors, a fond ingly bequeath my pretty blond
ronI' to do. They have been farewell, and wish them all the Dorothy Crosby, hereby willingly hair to Lillian Barnes.I .

Instrumental in Improving luck It Is In our power to wish' bequeath my gorgeous black Estelle Mott, hereby willingly -
school and they have stood them. ) on ADAPTER UNIT
II to Madge Gay. bequeath my position as
ght and! fair play. The:en- -Mary Townsend. eyes I, Marine Crosby, hereby willingly the basketball team to Mary Lee

with the Johnson.
bequeath my way
basketball to Virginia Padgett. I, Bonnie Mott hereby willingly

VOTE FOR I, Myrtice Crosby, hereby willingly bequeath my dark beauty to t,

bequeath my Innocent blush Agnes Rimes.I .
Juanita McCauley hereby
to Novls Sapp.
I, Jean Davis, hereby willingly willingly bequeath my slow southern BOWL
l of
: For Sheriff and
drawl to Moody
bequeath (with much sorrow) mysosit.ion : -
as Editor-in-chief: to the Maxine Surrency.I ."

Bradford County Weekly Struggle to Mary Town- Orene Padgett, hereby willIngly 'I

bequeath my ability to ring .
send.I -
'( I am: Qualified for This Office Grace Dew hereby willingly that goal to Ferol Jones For safe-seeing, glareless light tbat's

."a Born and Reared in Our County cute and dumpy I, Margaret Pearce, hereby willingly '

Taxpayer; a Man of a Family figure bequeath to Mldred my Chesser.I bequeath (with much regret both attractive and inexpensive you'llbe ;"

willIngly ) my way with the boys to
Helen Dowling hereby interested in the new Adapter-Type .
t Your Vote and Support bequeath my place by Betty Ruth Simpson.
Green In Glee Club to some I, Alice Peterson, hereby willingly lighting fixtures. So simple to install. '

Appreciated worthy junior.I bequeath Green.I my perpetual. silence Just two parts a ceiling fixture that :
to Grace
i .(Paid Political Advertisement) Marian bequeath Dowling my desire hereby to willingly goo Elizabeth Plummer, hereby fits into the old socket and a silvered '

ii i "" Brooker to Cayle Sewell. willingly bequeath 10 y lazy bulb. Enjoy good lighting now. Seethe a '
movements to Vera Butler. I
VOTE FOR I, Nettle Dowling friendly hereby waysto I. Eleanore St. John, hereby varied styles on display today! ,.' '
bequeath my
willingly bequeath 10 y roving I II ,
JAMES 'F. Cleone Edmondson hereby glances; to Julia Winkler.I .
Mae Strickland hereby
beautiful ,
For willingly bequeath my I
:. t* handwriting to Louise Stern. willingly bequeath my tremendous t

SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONOF I, Clara Mae Eunice, hereby knowledge of that subject knownas 4
English to Nelletha Lavender.I omsoereee '
willingly bequeath Godwin hereby wlllngly 9e
., aYYY. Janie Marr, Evelyn ,J' !
English ,
Gaaklns. hereby willingly bequeath my Innocent .Oc.. ., {,;v.
I, Vergle to Juanita Priest.In ? ',,1''''' l
's' Born and Rained In Starke Florida. bequeath my desire to become to- authorizing this last will ,' St 1!'" '

Educated In Bradford High Kthool a beauty shop operator SPENCER Mgr. at
and testament of the senior class, J. G. ,

And Emory University Effle Crawford.I. hereupon fix our hand and, t
willingly we .
Frankie Gay hereby M .. l {

Your Vote and Support Will Be bequeath my faithful moccasins seal Witnesses': : UNITS AT YOUR 1 ELECTRIC DEALER'S t y n
V to Jeanette Parker.I SEE THESE NW A0APIER-TYPE I ; .
Greatly AppreciatedPaid willingly Estelle Austin 4 4s
Geraldine Hall, hereby Alene Austin. ;e :
( Political Advertisement) bequeath my stately heigh t

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with dainty pink ribbon, and on held the tray for the silver offerings -

SOCIETY and CLUBS / which was written "Announcingthe ,
marriage of Lorraine Smithto From the receiving line the '
._ ______ Graduation
Charles Priest on January 7, guests were invited by Mrs. W, GiftsFOR
for 1940" were received b y each G. Halle Into the sun parlor
Marriage of Miss ..
For the guest. where they were served punch
And Mr. Powell been a Those invited to enjoy the from an attractively appointed GIRLS
Bradford evening with Mrs. Priest and table. The punch bowl, balancedby
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Warren were:' Miss Frances two arrangements of yellow

Bishop announce the from Peek, Misses Myrtlce and Flor- poppies centered the table which Cara Nome Compacts, Evening in Paris :
their daughter, and led Klllingsworth. Miss Beverly was covered with a yellow linen
William Clarendon been an Cady Miss Martile Hemingway, cloth. Dainty sprays of fern and Perfumes and Atomizers, Monogram Sta.
Sunday evening, the sup- Miss Margaret Pearce, Miss Juan- baby breath, encircling the large
clenny. ita Priest Mrs W. C. Powell bowl completed the table arrange- tionery, Cutex Sets, Bath Powders.
The bride is a make Mrs. Artford Brown Mrs. Jack ments. Pouring punch during the
young woman a Williams and Mrs. T. Frank afternoon were Mrs I. P. Shep-
Bradford County Landrum. herd, Mrs Hogan Smith andMrs.
later attended A F. Sauls.
at J. keland. Mr. Club House Scene of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns chairmanof FOR BOYS
'a- graduate of Silver Tea the program committee, pre-
,blgh school and sented the following: interesting
,University of The two circles of the Woman's numbers Schick Shavers, Shaffer Pen and Pencil
He I Is "The Old Apple Tree," and
ville. Society for Christian Service of
Powell Turpentine at which her the Methodist Church entertainedat "South of the Border" clarinet: Sets, Flash Lights, Amity Bill Folds, Cig.
and Mr. Powell Lor- a delightful silver tea at the solo. Jack Halle accompanied at
home In Starke.'MooreBoren the piano by Mrs. H C. Brown.
Priest Woman's Club last Thursday aft- arette Cases Cameras.
Piano duet-Lou Edwards and
ernoon. from 3:30: until 5:30 o'- .
Ernestine Moore."Somewhere .
and clock. Over the Rain- All Gifts Wrapped Ready To GiveCARPENTER'S -
:Takes Place In detail, The large auditorium where the bow"-accordian solo, Lou Ed-
ver- guests assembled was artistically: wards, accompanied at the piano -
Friends here are f u. e I y decorated with floor baskets' by Mrs Will Edwards.
announcement of the of mixed
; holding arrangements Reading," The Tapestry of Life"Margaret
Mr. William flowers and of bulrush -
of spring vases
( Sangster), Mrs L
Mias Margaret chiffon spikes and colorful "oat
G. Powell.
'Belle Glade) on "
plants. Song and dance. "Oh, Johnnie The Rexall Store
-n N --- [ Miss Standing in the receiving line Oh" and "The Little Red Fox"-
J the I i and greeting the guests were:I I Joan Carpenter, accompanied at
J plaques. Mrs. W E Middleton, president I the piano by Mrs. Brown.
!I of the society; Mrs. F, H. Long, i "My Master" and "Flnlandia" JANE PARKER Iced 8 Ot.
J pillow vice-president; Mrs. E, K Ferryman Junior Glee Club, accompaniedby Food
Angel Cake
with its leader of Circle No.1; Mrs. Brown.,, 17c
'- of Mrs. L. D, Green leader of Circle Mrs. Sam Anderson general
!is always course No. 2; and Mrs. Frank Robinson chairman of affairs and Mrs. C. ON ABED
of wife of the Rev. Mr. Robinson E. Johns, assisted by the girls of RIPE FULL I'.LCIITOMATOES
2 \ each minister of the Methodist Church the Intermediate Department of

tied Little Miss Janet Anderson the League, served tempting refreshments -
: '::, of ice cream and cake. } 2No.2Cans. 13c

B NNY'S : '1.'f Small bouquets of pansies addedan

I eallstreet artistic'touch to the plates Breakfast of Champions. 2 Pug/ ,
The proceeds from the tea, '
I which amounted to $29 will go WHEATIES __ 23c
towards paying for the interior
Little mlssloner sporting a turban anda painting of the church.

young ring In his nose Hope you IONA,
scarln' aren't too late to see 'em :Moral Standards DiscussedAt OUR OWN IlLKMI:
,,. wits But If the candidates get there. Plain or Self-Rising TEA
Baptist W. :M. S.

watch gob- now first. they're, probably gone by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee leader of FLOUR 1-2 Ib.INDIA Pkg. CEYLON 1 Lb.. Pkf

A to Hear that John Powell has resigned Circle No 2 of the Woman's Missionary -
i Carolyn as director of the Baptist Society of the Baptist 19c 37c

burg- choir aft!'" 20 years of continuous Church, had charge of the pro- 5 Lb. Bag __ __ 19c12Lb.Bag41c -
red' watch service Deserves a rest gram Monday afternoon at the
says I But know he will be regular meeting held at the
-the missed Ethet"Blggs succeedsand Church. Mrs.\. Brownlee chose asher

_ in, -Bunny capably Kldd won I'll'first bet prize. Hear In a Standards"subject and"Unchanging very forcibly Moral 24 Lb. Bag ___ 77c BLUE RICE ROSE

_ laugh- "guests" bridge party at Holly- brought out the fact that high '
'em wood Beach Hotel las' Friday moral standards need to remain 48 Lb. Bag $1.47 S POUNDS

pants "' Hmmm, Bunny. Howsabouta unchanged.The 17c
( that he free lesson or two? Ralph following different phasesof
before Rhodes will cert'nly haf to sproutan the subject were discussed: SCOCO Compound 2 Lbs.
awful crop of whiskers to use "God's Standards"-Mrs, A. M.
have up those three nice razors he got Darby LARD (Bulk) 19c SpringHousecleaning

: way for graduation .'' And by the "God's Standard for the Indi Needi
_ "" found way, hear that one local fambly vidual"-Mrs. J. H. Lord. ,
had received 25 invltatfons to com- "God's Standard for the Na' A Ii P BRAND-Safe Sure
11I"H. been mencement exercises Such tion"-Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Rock Ground Cleanser 3 cans lOc
an Ice popularity must be expensive.My "The Christian's Sunday"-Mrs, ,
( from my Of.all the secret Arch Thomas. faster
Old Dutch 50 p. c.
marriages '
a + ) was announcedIn Following the reports from the
a long a week! Klnda makes me secretary and treasurer, which Cleanser, 3 cans 20c
the think I'm slipping: .
'",' Why were made during the business Or Oz. listGRITS
doesn't someone tell me these ,session, the circle reports were A Oc: P BRAND 33

Just things I I read. At this time plans were Ammonia 19c
r off a In spite of my chagrin I'll be made for the rally to be held I
at the dance tonight HopeI Friday afternoon at the Church. A &: P BRAND 12 Oz. Hot
glad see' you there I'll be savin' Dish towels for the new kitchen Liquid Blue lOc
; at the the last waltz for you: and were presented by Circle No. 1. 5 Pounds 12c
M ,you and you'r-rv: It was also announced that dishes Sultan Brand Furniture

n tat-Lex I I Carolyn -had been- bought for the kitchen. FIG Pound Polish, 6 oz. bot. lOc

a 26 O*. Bottle
&ut incident the VOTE FOR BARS (Bulk) lOc Kleen-Lin __ lOc

__.._L./ ( ,.get-.or. Hal Y. Mai ties' N. B. C. Ritz Crackers, 1 Lb. Pkg. 20c

Orphan don't Candidate for N. B. C. 100 p. c. Bran, 2 Pkgs ___ 17c:

STATE SENATOR N. B. C. Shredded Wheat, 2 Pkgs 17c:
L. ( ) subjects
From Bradford and 1 Lb. Can 3 Lb. Can 6 Lb. Can

Herlong went the a Union Counties CRISCO ____ 18c __ Sic __,.. 99c:

( ones PEAS, lona No. 2 Can ________ lOc
but the

Brad-about ti WHO HE IS: BEETS, lona Sliced No. 2 Can ____ 9c

Horn and reared la Lake
? a
made Rullrri S3 yeara old. Horn of
lowly llr. John E. Malar and the
late Naloai York Malar, DRESSING, Quart Jar ___ 27c
a Edarated In t a peblleiM.f
.r be sur + i- rkoola lalvrr.Kr of Valoa of Florida Coaaty. aad tao S Big Bars A & P TUB OR PRINTP
of our __ Cumberland University. 0.... & G SOAP : _1 IOC 33cRATH'S
--- BUTTER Lb.
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wad In' a farm a .1. man sad _
without lawyer llaa ........ .. Coaaty I 2 Bars
JadKO of Valoa Coaa sad
"..,..... III t. t e AUo.r. ...,.. LAVA SOAP _______ lie

( 't .Klitbtb rrvlna; Judicial.. ......Clrralt..1' for Now City PICNIC
"lovely '' ?? o. Lake H...... Heaool Board Ban 17c:
Ag of I'aloa Co...,., aad Board CAMAY SOAP ___s 17c HAMS, Lb. _
of fonaty Coatailaaloaera ..rL''o.
("0...,.. A .._. owner -
U9 _,_'7NUN_ ""'!'."'. !! !' ''' '' '. "" '''' day to work ,....... aad lad pays:; Started Small Pkg.
a 13 .f
'"" "; sae I. a aanae; rdary Zee
; per week. H. SELOX
dirt has...worked. ..0..1, .1.... ....._ Tkoroagaly; ...Ufl.... ______________ 5c OLEOMARGARINE
l4 Picked K. Ibe aeeda .f the people, aad In a fra... of ... farmer NUTLEY Lb lOc:
sad the 1..0".. _.. Small Pkg :; _

of little He has the IVORY FLAKES ____ 9c .... -
d his ability and courage to fight

If I for your interest.IN IVORY SNOW ______ 20c
I 'em to 21c
Large Pkg.
l.-Larder pe.sioaa for the widow with ......_. ...n..... tb. KLEX -
The Crippled the blid. the 15c
erpba. sad ALL citl.e.. of Florida ---------_---- 3:
to be :.-0.over e. ee raaae ye..for. .f.......1.... Ellrlaatl. .f-..... .... .0W' ....1..... 6Oz.Can __ -

''I Ask &- ...... .? .*...1.. .*..lo.. to ...U. officer.. 6c
it feels 4.--Cheaper i..... lags for ...._..U... sad .ra..... BALLARDS 14 1-2 Oz. Can :
.e-Eeoaldi'drlb.llea .f race track ,.... to _....... .
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gift .1. Moe pay for .eh.ol ........ aad baa *-".... -
to he pad for 13 _0.'.. .. .
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employee. ca. lower .......k... or Self-Rising
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j Bar Ta. ------ 13<
Ie-III. sad better roada.T 20 Lb. HIVES, Small ____
... .. Bag 93c
11 "eat rate to aoad .... -------
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Waln- If You Are Tired of Promises and Want Action
Every : ; VOTE FOR HAL Y. MAINESYour : and Operated by The Great Atlantic and

I Pacific Tea Company'STARKE
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dignified Duval ,
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pUIL II', 19.10 R.\Dl"ORn COUNTY TELEGR.\1'II, ST.\nK":, ."LOIUD.\ PAGE Fa'S

BITS of LOCAL NEWS 1 I J. T. Rennolds of Murphrees- I Tom Ritch of Jacksonville spent '
bore Tenn., Is spending the weekend Sunday here with his mother, FUNERAL DIRECTOR

_. ..- .. ---- ---. --- -- with his brother and sister Mrs. Carrie Rltch. He was accompanied Sly Many Year Experience Makes It Possible. for Me to Render
-law, Mr and Mrs. L. Cliff
A. Ren- home by young
L A. Davis spent Mrs. L. J. Green, Miss Juanlta Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Grady of nolda. I: Mendoza, who spent last week ,
and rJr Jacksonville. Barefoot, and Sara Barefoot Philadelphia, Pa., are guests of hero with his grandparents, Mr. MODERATE! PRICES ".
'I In spent last Friday In Jacksonville. !.Ir. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez. !I'and Mrs T. J. Griffin DeWITT C. JONES
Sunday : I The Rev. and Mrs. A E Light Starke Florida !
pent foot and daughter, Nancy will
R Huila with Lucian Gray 0 f here Gainesville with I. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Prince of leave Monday for a visit In W. S. C. S. Met; At Church
----- spent the Miami were week-end guests of I'I Miami with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Monday AfternoonThe
--F -Hazen of Brooker George Flynn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. Lightfoot. r TO TilE VOTERS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1

B. friends here Wednes- business and program BRADFORD COUNTY: 'r
sillng Mrs. E. E. Canova, L.. A. Can- \11 your school Muperlntendent of the Woman's Societyfor I.
I I meeting
moon. ova and two sons, Levy and Dr. Mlddleton will look after the Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd spent Christian Service was held It Is gratifying to know that the voters of Bradford

H. Jennings ,George, spent Sunday In Gaines health of your children. (Pd. Pol. Thursday and Friday in Holly Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat County are taking such an Interest In the school affairs -

and Wend in Jackson- ville with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Adv.) wood attending the Florida Engineering the Methodist Church with the of our county. ,

visiting afternoon. I Canova. Society convention held president Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton I would like to have the opportunity of meeting and :
unday ... Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall at the Hollywood Beach Hotel.
ai presiding.Mrs. talking to every qualified! elector In my district but
M M Bradford Tallahassee! spent the week-end I. P. Shepherd had charge realize that this U a very busy time with all of us on ,
Of County Marshall
Citizens : here with Mr.
and Mrs. W. L.
The has returned of the program using as her account of the berry season which we hope will be a i
As you all know, a recent; automobile Wall to her home here! after subject "The World For Christ." big success. j jI

accident has caused me to be confinedto H. L. spending six weeks to Pensacola Mrs. Shepherd led the membersIn take this mean of asking for your vote and sup-
Hough was called
to with
her son and daughterinlaw ; -
bed and a wheel chair for the past Alachua Sunday because of the the reiponsive reading and port. Hoping that before the 7th of May I may have
my Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Whig- chose'.extracts from the Book of
several weeks, and will make It impossiblefor death of his father, George G. ham. the pleasure of discussing with you the school situation.
Luke, Matthew, and Mark, as her
voter in -
me to call on every Hough. scripture leeson.Following n. A. HISHOI'

county between now and election day. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. prayer, the medita-
Mrs Manning. (Paid Political Advertisement)
will this Mr. P. Warren
Therefore, I hope you accept Mrs. L. E. Moseley and Mrs. W. tion, "A Goodly Heritage," was
greeting as a personal call and remember Mr, and Mrs. Charles Priest spent H. Hart visited Mrs. C. F Boyer read by Mrs. Frank Robinson.
the week-end in Tallahassee
with! '
of Jacksonville, who Is confined "The Bridge Builder, a poem
FOR DON L. HOOVERFOR their Smith.parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. to St. Vincent's Hospital, Saturday was read by Mrs. L. D. Vining. CIRCUIT JUDGES' PENSIONS .
afternoon.Mrs. Concluding the program Mrs.A. .
COUNTY JUDGEPaid Wood talk
gave an interesting
Miss D. E. KNIGHT candidate for nomination forappolnt.ment
l Margaret Pearce and Miss and ,
Political Advertisement) on "Birthright Missionary
( Juanita Barefoot were visiting( Effle :Johns had as her World Citizen Bishop Walt.rlAmbuth.
friends in Gainesville Wednesday guests last Saturday afternoon ." as Judge
afternoon. Mrs. M. McCutcheon, Mrs. J. J.
A brief business session washeld FORGOT TO HIDE TilE HOOK ..
Gross, and C.
W. Futch. all of the .
Immediately following "
'Starke Florida April 17, 1940( Capt. S. A. Bryan left Tues Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. S. Cul- program. As Senator from Bradford County in 1923, he allowed .
day for a two week's visit with breath of Orlando.
an Act to pass permitting Supreme Court Judges to
relatives and friends in Bartow I

Ihe Good Citizens of Bradford County: and Tampa. Mr. and Mr!!. R. W. Seumans j *ii a Ji gii a a RETIRE ON FULL PAY. As Senator, he voted for a

I of Boston, Mass? en route home law to permit retirement of STATE OFFICIAL and
Mrs. G. B. yen! : son after spending some time at Pas- STATE EMPLOYEES (which included Circuit Judges)
all know I am a Candidate to succeed myself aa George Flynn Jr., and E) n o s last
a-Grille Wednesday
As you were guests
t subject to the coming Primaries in May and In behalf of Hayes were *recent visitors In and Thursday o f Miss 1 I to RETIRE ON FULl. PAY. No officer or employee

Icandldacy I want to .say that have, had the honor to serve Jacksonville. Ernestine Buddlnglon and J. W. paying in anything. (See Senate Journal, 1927, pages

I in this capacity for the past term and have done everything Burglary Insurance $7.50 Buddlngton.Mrs. 3532 and 3533)). At the ,.same time he VOTED to give

|m my power make"you a good law enforcement officer.In Harold C. Wall An'ey. the Supreme Court Judges $9,6 0.00 per annum. (Sec

discharge of my duties as Sheriff I have endeavored to James Godbold and son,I Senate Journal, page 3120, 1027.) As STATE SEN'
the Mrs. L. A. Davis Is attendingthe James, Jr., of Jacksonville, will 1
iilr and impartial, sympathetic but firm, always realizing thatreal meeting of District Four of be here this afternoon to attend ATOR HE VOTED to give Circuit! Judges 7500.00

accused of crime Is not In every instance a person cond the United Daughters of the Confederacy the graduation exercises of B. H.: j per annum. (See Senate Journal l. page 721, 1927)). He

of crime, that he or she is in either case a human being in Leesburg today.Mr. S. While here they will be the now complains because the jmlnt's t DRAW TilE SALARY -,
[entitled/ to justice and fairness under all circumstances. guests of Mrs. S. S. Dowling and
HE VOTED TO JIVE THEM.: Candidate Knightas
and Mrs. C: R. Hart and Mrs. W. S. Stroman.
As the time draws nearer to the Primary May 7th., I find two sons, Charles and John of State Senator introduced a bill and secured its passage

jelf very busy In connection with Circuit Court which con- Jacksonville were guests Sundayof Mr. and Mra. E. S. Matthews "Thl;.r.r bilngt I to give the Janitor of the Senate who only 'works ',"
la'April 22nd., and it will be impossible for me to see each of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart. have returned after spending the firt'aidAnd
you : 2 pension for life. (Senate Journal *
GO days years a
In .behalf of my candidacy, so I am taking this method of first' of the week In Tampa where wetsall ; e\cry:,
ntcatlng with you In the hope that you will realize my Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mr. Matthews conducted hearings: about roil epnayed/u 1927, page 552)). Is he SINCERE about repealing I i

Ion and give me what active support that you think I am Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs. W. of the Florida Railroad Commission Say. toUit Ott. (b.'s I. pension laws or does he want to FOOL TilE VOTERS:;
H. Hart spent Saturday morning While there they were the on.o-.tter)..
kled to receive.I I so he can get a SALARY?
in Gainesville.
guests of Mrs. G. C. Livingston. "My blend, 1/11.
all courtesies extended tofn' INSURANCE &.*(.*/"
most sincerely appreciate past --
do ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphy I
'' this Important position four years ago, and Memorial Day this year fallson
me very
i giving and son, James Edward of
operating with me during my tenure of office; promising It Palatka were guests Sunday of Friday, the 26th of April. The HAROLD I I C. WALL 'Vote for A. Z. Adkins for Circuit Judge and AVOID

elected to continue my best efforts in giving to the office Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Hairell. United Daughters of the Confederacy XXOElIYOUHAVE.I PAYING TWO SALARIES. Adkins is trying to .

very best service of which I am capable. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree will sponsor a suitable program !GENERAL Iiy URgME SAVE THIS MONEY FOR YOU :
at Crosby Cemetery on
of Jacksonville were guests Sunday -
Sunday afternoonApril 28, athreethirty PLIASG PHONE (Ad Paid for by friends)
Respectfully yours, of Mrs. Boree's parents.. Mr. I
and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. o'clock.:. The program i
; willl be announced next -- -

A?.(>. ANDREU Friends of Dr. O. L. Haynes week. .._ = =______u____.. .:::::::::==:! J-----: --- .------ ..&.I. --- ----=-" .- I
Candidate for Sheriff will be glad to learn that he Is --- --------- --- '

Improving after being confined to 'I 1
Ur. Mlddleton N one of the
his home several days because of
county's heavy taxpayers.: u MICceNBfiil -
(Paid Political .Advertisement) illness. biiMlneNa inun, and the

best qualified for (he nupwlnteii-
CentaWordFOR dent'H office. (I'd. Pol. Adv.) FLORIDA BANKAT

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e1 When you're feeling blue and Klckllter home east of Starke. W. B. (Babe) .'; ': \ t
business Is on tbe hog there's, nothing Apply to J. F. Klckllter. 4-12 4t i

S p better than a Rood old FOR RENT-Attractive five-room DOUGLASSCandidate Statement as of April 17, 1940 '

strawberry season to pop you up. bungalow In town will all mod For : .1

Like a very good friend of mine ern conveniences. See Mrs.

used to say after he'd had a shot Hildabelle Bence or Morgan' Railroad Commissioner -RESOURCESLoans
3t to 4-26
or two "Don't It make you feel Store. Democratic Primary

Rood, make you wanna sing and STRAYED-Several cattle, new' !May 7, 1910 and Discounts __u________________________________ $68,134.30 I

dance." I say "Viva' La Straw- brand: "M. B.". old brand: K. Banking House Furniture and Fixtures u_______._________ 11,868.03
F., or J. B., various
berry. C.marks., Please pen any of Other Resources ________________________________________ 41-59

these cattle and notify Marcus U S. Government Securities _______ ___-_.________ $19,600.00

We recommend Brown Starke. f Listed New York Stock Exchange Bonds and t

UNTIMELY DEATH CAUSES Other Securities __________________________ 145,813.51Cash

loleproof SocksFor I p****ls VACANCY County Rawlelgh of North Route.Marlon Good on Hand and Due from Banks ___ _________ 206825.83 372,239.34 ,

ead.. opportunity for man with car e
p to continue established route ( wa $452,283.26
J service. List of Customers
( Men because they
available. Route has

wear longer t V worked for four years by same ,w

., man. See Mr. R. R. Rudd.
Wildwood, Fla., or write Raw- .
|35c Pr.-. 3 for $1. bVdq lelgh's, Dept. FAD-223-202R. LIABILITIES -
4t 4-26
Memphis, Tenn. 4-5:

4f t FOR RENT apartment- furnished with private downstairs 1yN Capital Stock ______________________________-------- $ 25,000.00

|t'about, that timeen's bath. Also upstairs furnished Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________________ 23,200.95 J

apartment. Mrs. S. R. Johns Reserves ________________ _____________.:.__________ 432.43
Starke. Dividends Declared, not yet payable _______.--_______ 250.00

Straw Hats I FOR SALE-One Buick 4-door sedan Deposits ___________________________________i______ 403399.88
inc license tag good running solicit your s.
We respectfully
condition-$100, cash. Can be W.
for Mr.
vote and $452,283.26
looking_ low PENNY WISE Chiffons seen at Moore's Service road. Station.tf B. (Babe) Douglas for the
Keystone Railroad Conunlsdloner. -
position ,
price .
by LOST, I
Dark milk cow with tag In Mr. Douglass, to our personal
$1.00 $1.49 right ear and with tip-end off i knowledge has been equally t
*Your stocking' budget follows Has red steer calf. A responsible with the other -
Chiffons by horns. swallow forkIn Commissioners In securing re- Deposits April 17, 1937 120856.75
you In Penny Wise gray woods ,cow,

HoUfxoof! Sh..f end dull. each ear black and tip-end and white off ductions reductions In In telephone railroad rates and; Deposits April 17, 1938 289369.04: ,

fool & Comfortable flatteringly ihodowlesi. Yef lh.s. heifer horns. calf A swallow-fork In each motor carrier rates, fares and Deposits April 17, 1939 .356235.11 ,

3.. and 4-lhread, chiffons lake ear and Is cross-eyed and pop- charges; Improved passengerand
.lally.' lathe, small red and white freight service; the continued .
''en's Hard w r ro eyed. A steer with bullet hole operations of trains; Deposits April 17, 1940 403399.88

Slack Suits nWe4f;; tmarteif shades. in Guernsey each ear. REWARD. Notify the keeping open of railroadand ,
and In _
Route 2. telegraph stations;
:MrS. W. J. Foster. ,
Florida. lip other matters affectingthe I
Starke many
1.98 79C Box 119.
$2.98 $3.95 public's interest. Iq
Furnished downstairs whose record 'j
FOR RENT Support the man
... apartment with private him to be deserving,
anhattan s.l-.nk.aha olSTERNBERC'f"1e,e.a 1Q prlc. how DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION If
If desired. effici- MEMBER FEDERAL
___ $5 bath. Extra room fair, honest, Impartial i "
Locked garage.-F. A. Scott. ent and In whom you can

Starke Fla. Phone 54. Up safely rely to protect the interest MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUPr" (
of Industry and the pub-

FOR SALE-TwO refrigerators.kerosene One 8 burn-foot Jc. t 1i
6 1-2 foot Cold (
Superfex.like one new. WUl be sold at (Paid for by friends of W B.Douglass '
a wcrlflce. Can be seen at ) -- :: JiiI '- 'i- j]. p-I! Mii'iUJ-.,.._ -- ;
I display room on Walnut
I Street. Titus Olson. 1;


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)19, 1 b

I { t, .':' FARMERS' SECTION Law Violators New Outdoor Flytrap I LIVE STATE NEWS, aUon FERTILIZER: HIVERSIDl: COAtpgy-p HutPiT

To ThwartConservation and JNO. nMcJtA EJA' AUIT
I&ii'i\ :>- __._____ ____H __ __ ..___ .____ Try Will Give Relief ---- -- the Florida r r t
-- '- -
--- --------- --'- --- llallwn; teq
Efforts KILLED IJY AUTO. NO PREFERENCE: INDICATED corporation unknown ; and u'., ""itaiT r. 'q
RURAL HINTS FOR THE To CattleA EAGLE itrariteeit, 'I, M>4'
millions of Americana outdoor flytrap de- Cocoa,-An eagle with a seven Tallahassee.-Florida law makesno or assigns; and any p< .,','"">"on mii
+ COMMON SENSE HOUSEHOLD Although I large corporate clAlnlh.1I'! I .j ,
"kl,'t.ftW&U are Interested In conserving and signed by the U. S. Bureau of foot wing spread, was killed by provision for designation on title lowing or described. In and t: ny 'Mr
FIRST RULE OF FARM COOKING WITH CHEESE 1 Entomology and Plant Quarantine an automobile Sunday afternoon.The the primary ballot to show the tlon thereof land...) It.l; I
the nation's wildlife re- (
restoring livestock eagle flew out of a clumpof presidential ptcrerence o 1 each In* In the county of fe an",
: and independence long Keep on the heat sources as was evidenced by the promises to give Bradto' i
your eye bushes at the aide of the candidate for statewide delegateto U ularly described )d mor'-
relief from horn files the tiny a"
have been characteristic of rural when you cook with cheese.A interest shown In the recent National >
1 people resulting no doubt from low temperature for cooking Wildlife Restoration Week, black pests that make life miserable / -, beach road near the old golf and the Democratic national con- Lot Three (3)i th"

I ', the necessity of assuming much cheese Is the best way to keep] it is still necessary for federal for farm animals several: course dashed Its on head Merritt against Island the, radi- vention Attorney Gibbs declared.General GeorgeCouper Gibbs of Lot) ot Four tb. North(f). all Bert lof(II ''
responsibility and of clear-beaded it tender and to blend It well and state agent to be constantlyalert months of the year. Five (5))' the South .L;:
taint' law The new trap Dr. A. N. ator of the automobile. handed down his opinion In response ot Lot Sax ((8) Half 18..'
thinking and no small amount of with the other Ingredients. In against game violators says ; the qo
'; bard work. Going out Into a fact cheese should not really be says L. C. Whitehead, district Tissot. associate e n t o mologlst to a query by Secretary Lot. ), (N' a.f) nl I I
'i' more or less Isolated area to "cooked" but merely heated agent with the U. S. Bureau of with the Florida Experiment Sta- REFUSES EXTRA SESSION of State R. A. Gray as to the Nine of ftir.;: the North Ilialtl'( )\ a
is tion not knocks loose the Jacksonville Governor Cone situation caused by entry of ,94 Lot Ten (10) and the \\oy''
make one's living certainly enough to melt It. Overheatingtoughens Biological Survey only Twelve (2) .
conducive to more individual effort the protein of the Last year Survey game agents, flies, but It traps them. Later paid here that he would not call candidates into the race for the. all Halt (S ) acresLot Ti p pg0"t S: :
4 In
'p. and Independence. cheese and makes it stringy In cooperation with state officers the flies can be destroyed. The an 'extra session of the Legislature four men delegates at large. Section(1)Seven South 171.;,, Tolitl

c "s Of necessity the pioneer When using cheese in a baked and deputy game wardens fur- 1 animals pass through a large to consider additional ap- TwentyeY(20) East Rwhether "
box that Is something like a propriations for old age assist- For sale Adding Machine and
farm- nished evidence in EACH
became such 2,560 cases
Americana were or dish as scalloped I llF
{ Inside because If 51 percent Typewriter Ribbon at Telegraph known ..r T 0:
"' the best in state and federal I carnival "crazy house. a ance even unknoll'lI,
era and these folks were ones or macaroni and cheese, it is prosecuted hereby notified that
who laid the foundations for this to melt the cheese In the sauce courts. Of this number. 2,444 narrow passageway are canvass ''I of the members favored such action office.I.V been brought against a you SUit It

nation and were largely responsible before it; is mixed with the other i convictions were obtained the defendants flaps hanging down from the it would fall to paaa due to TUB CIRCUIT COURT Of Circuit Florida Court In Chancery for Bradford, Cern

for It winning Independencefrom Ingredients. But be sure to take being fined an aggregate ceiling that brush the flies off unfavorable committees. FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL ''A. BItuWN and his wife by, LEf..I Mlh '

England. It was necessary i the sauce off the fire first and to of $71.284 and receiving jail the backs and sides. Weighted FUND CIRCUIT COUNTY IN AND III! FOR CUAMCEJIV.DHA1. said BROWN ault la; to.that qult't thl! natu"!'

l;%! for the early Americans to be melt the cheese without over- sentences totaling 4,384 days canvas napa flick about the legs DADB SETS RECORD ORDER' OK PUBLICATION plaintiffs' title, and the and .,.",
and undersides of the animal Miami -Registration officials NOTICE TO APPEAR their ultimate granters tlUe
o farmers because they first of all. heating it Game
agents apprehend not TO ranty dead to the lit'
: HITHER T. STEWART land ahoy
,, bad to produce food and clothing A second rule for making sue only hunters who violate migra- where the ceiling flaps do not reported 81,822 voters qualifiedIn R. WATERS and J.: K. DOUGLASS: 1* orlbed; and you are h.r'b
and had to reach. Dade county for the May prlmarlea J. M. MITCHELL: H. T. SHAW and quired to tile with the
for themselves they Clerk
X cessful cheese dishes Is to break tory hunting regulations says his wife AMONDA SHAW Bald Court In his office. I
4 get these things from the land the' cheese Into small pieces be- Whitehead, but such others as The framework of the trap Is -a new record. Voters ROBBRTS' and wife EDMONIA: CHAS Florida your written Jn 'gat 1r
yy Thrown on their own by the environment fore heating. Then it will spread duck bootleggers and buyers fur 7 feet wide 6 feet high, and 10 have until April 20 to register. wife ROBERTS; J. D. MeL",MORE and suit(personal on the or-first by attorney* la II
c to which they came, more evenly among the other ingredients smugglers, big game hunters who feet long. The pass ageway Civic leaders and business houses 'F.SUSI.xfJm"rlC.LE: THOMAS; 'S. W C A. D. 1'40. belnath" .i iatl In L
;%fJfP;t | they did not hesitate to assume i and will melt in less Illegally ship their catch across through which the animals travelis Joined In a campaign to boost the F.PITTS I. McCALI and wife, ALICE L. PITTS of file said with month.said ,Clerk and thereete a
and wife your
.; responsibility or to work hard. time. Grating Is the easiest way state lines and importers who 33 Inches wide. The flytrapsare total beyond 100,000. The previous IWcCAM; W. R. MoOREQOR MARY; D. R I. defenses If any, to the. bill ota.ni..
Their success was won by hard to break up the cheese if it 'Is fall to obtain permits before at each side of the passageway record was made in 1938 McNEILL: T. S. BAISDEN; C. C plaint scribed In by said law.ault at the. tint,'

4 work perseverance, independent fairly dry. Otherwise, you can bringing wild birds and mammalsInto protected by heavy large- when 81,475 qualified.I'ROFITABLE GRAHAM PARKER,: and JOHN wife ALEXANDER._<.. GRA Herein fall not 01 Judlp
thinking and planning and cour- flake It with a fork or shave it the country. mesh fencing. There are three HAM whose true Christian name detault.will be entered Rgaln' )01! *
HOLD-UP Is unknown JAMES L. I
; OATEC and
4 age. thin.When "One of our biggest problemsIn traps on each side, so built to maskedbandit I !".1-'eLKITTIE M. GATES: J. M. THE BRADFORD
the cheese Is to be enforcement work." declares take advantage of the flies' habit Daytona Beach, A SHAW, widower; I* M. WATERS TELEGRAPH a newspaper CO '
development who fired first and talked and wife, ____ WATERS, whose oral circulation 01
melted In a sauce it may be Whitehead, "is the racketeer who, of flying to the side when they true Christian name 1" unknown ford County Florida pubitehrd In Sill,
vention of machines, and other grated, flaked, or shaved. But Insists on selling wild ducks and I are disturbed. The top of the afterward shot and seriously WILLIAM H. DIUOUERS and wife, delllll'nated ... the II hili!

movements and d eve I o pments when cheese is mixed in a batteror geese, and the equally pernicious I frame is covered with lumber or wounded Jimmy Armstrong took from: local DR1GQERS name Is unknown whose true: H.Christian C. llshed which once thl. a notice.shailepben week "'for 11I1

have affected Agriculture by making dough-as for muffins, bread Buyer who purchases this illicitly some opaque material to keep ao$5,000 employe fled WALDHAUER also known as H. "ecutlve weeks prior to laid four COt
roll of currency and C. WALTIIOUR, and wife day ot May A. D. .1''
the flies 1940
large scale production necessary or bscults-Jt must be grated taken game." from escaping upward.' armed WALDHAUER, whose true Chrletlan WITNESS my hand
by taking many people off first. These fine particles can W. G. Bruce, who developed the In an automobile with two name Is unknown; L. W. aald Court st Starke l7loritlidg
the farms, and by bringing abouta then be mixed thoroughly with When not apprehending viol a.- trap says it can be built by any I companions. The Holdup took SHAW Ii. JNO. R. EARL, JR., and 4th day ot April, A. D. 1geo
:ors, the Survey's game agentsfind place on Beach Street a main wife D. EAKL; D. a. AMBLEK; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J.
closer relationship between the: dry Ingredients; the cheese person handy with tools. Scrap W. R. LANE and wife M. A.. Clerk Circuit COUrt, Tho
to BrAdI,
farm and city. More than anything will not cling together nor form do educational work lumber may be used for the business thoroughfare, at about W.LANE; CAMPBELL BROTHERS;I County, Florida. 4.1 it
join in the annual Inventory of 3:40: m. H. MASSEY and wife, C. C,
else however. Agriculture Into hard lumps. frame and roof. MASSEY; J. D. LANE and wife
remains fundamental, for it is the Use cheese with vegetables or migratory birds feed birds and The trap should be placed name LANE whose true Christian COLDS Cause DI800
mammals suffering from severe Is unknown; If any be liv- _
source of food clothing, and other cereals to supply protein and weather conditions where cattle will be forced to Ing. and If dead, their respective
necessities of life. I other important :food values. A speak beforesportsmen's use It frequently Dr. Tissot. Gainesville, University of unknown heirs' at law devisees For q lck relief
organizations, and says Florida grid followers are interested legatee. s and assign: and;; 66i
Development of large scale pro- sharp cheese will make a pleasing perform other conservation A lane where the cattle must PENIHULAR NAVAL STORES from tta* miseryof
duction of certain crops has reduced contrast with bland-flavored macaroni -i' pass through to water an en- to learn of, the oppoint- COMPANY ETRpENTINcMPA.-a corporation; ; oolds, take 886
meat of Tom LJeb, former assist-
the independent spirit and spaghetti, rice corn meal, trance to the dairy barn or a corporation; CONS OLIDATED
Melon Pact ant to the late Knute Rockne at u.TaWeta. 8h .
SuspendedThe NAVAL
Inltatlve of many American farmers or grits. And it will give tangto fence built around the watering STORES COMPANY a cor- ft
Notre Dame, as head football poration; WILSON & TOOMER Drops
in that it has caused them to a dish of scalloped potatoes, federal place with the trap as the only
watermelon, mar- coach at the University. He suc- -
concentrate too much on these corn cabbage, or other vege- opening are Ideal locations. I'
tables. keting agreement for the South ceeds Josh Cody who resigned
products for money and not east has been suspended for a Dr. Tissot suggests that the recently after a three-year periodat VOTE FOR

enough on crops for sustenanceof then produce other (more than year the Florida Agricultural trap be set up several weeks Florida, to take a job at

themselves and their families. one) crops for obtaining cash I Extension Service has been informed ahead of the fly season eo that Temple University, Philadelphia.CALL DON L. HOOVERFor
In other words bas
gotten they need, they will find them- by the U. S. Department livestock will become familiar ;'
them Into the idea of buying selves in more stable financial of Agriculture. The suspension with It before files become an- TEMPORARY HALT

?I"a not things raise that they could but did circumstances. If they follow order makes inspection of ship-; noying. The cattle should be allowed Tallahassee,-Murphy land sales I!: County Judge
their farms.
on And
k his plan they will be adheringto ments voluntary for the entire to pass through the frame- in Florida are halted temporarilywhile -
ii! of therein the lies the cause of much the basic principle of farmingand 1940 shipping season. work for a week before any of trustees of the internal improvement I am 33 Years of Age, and a Lifelong
financial and other trouble
farmers they will recover the degreeof The action was taken on re- the curtains or strips are Instal fund dispose of about Resident of Bradford County

during many recent have. encountered independence they have ]lost commendation of the watermelon led. These are added piece by 4,000 sales now pending. Sale -
years.If during recent piece at 2 or 3-day intervals until '
years by mortgage control committee administering applications already advertisedwill If Elected to This
farmers will get back to pro- ng and borrowing to produce so- the marketing agreement In Florida all are in place.In be conducted as scheduled, Office I Will Serve the '

ducing, first, all the necessities called "cash" crops out of reasonable Georgia, South Carolina and trying out experimental but no new applications will be Good People of Bradford County to the'
that they can on their farms, and proportion. North Carolina. traps, there has been no diffi- accepted by clerks of the circuit Beat of My Ability.

culty in familiarizing livestock court until internal Improvementfund Thanking You for"Your Vote and Support _
with the trap in this manner. trustees announce readiness
Even wild range cattle will use to continue. (Paid Political Advertisement)

_ it. Furthermore once the flies -

SATURDAYIL become annoying, livestock' soon

learn to make for the trap.A .
1 1a
complete list or the materials

needed In constructing the
.n trap and an illustration of the

20th"IS completed trap may be obtainedby
writing to the Bureau of

Entomology and Plant Quarantine

U. S. Department of Agriculture

t Washington, D. C.
,f u Yt", fit +,

"M {, l,, 4-H Champ ,Steer


High In MeatOnce

again Florida 4-H club
boys have demonstrated their

DAY ability to meet grown farmers In
their own fields and do as wellas '
>A their elders, if not better. H :

Packers and stockmen were ...
ATROEBUCK Jubilant when It was announced
recently that the" grand cham- ..

pion steer In the Florida Fat

Stock Show and Sale had dressed r tn

out 67.01 percent when slaght- r :. .
ered. This Is a high dressing per- -yr>:. "-, .
,. '::./0, ',
centage, seldom excelled by steers ('O',;...... ..
anywhere.But -

when the 4-H club cham- ) ry.r., ..
pion had been slaughtered and

i Its dressing percentage computed [FrL
It was found that 67.58 percent

r of the total weight of this steer
1 AND CO. was fine, edible meat. It had flk 1f

surpassed the grand champion by t '
( 0.57 percent.

r S IN JACKSONVILLE George The grand champion, shown by a 2
Duke of
Alachua was
\ Jr
i sold to Robert Kloeppel, Jacksonville 14

k hotel operator for 50 centsa I -
pound. The 4-H champion

shown by Sidney Allen of Live J.l.
i GLADIOLI Oak was sold to George J. Avent

12 president of the Florida National UnR
1 7 Bank, :for 45 cents a pound. 'gnu t
BULBS 4 ..

Mrs. J. L. GaakJn" ., ,
I L- ii
'. fit To Each Out-of-town Visitor (with : '
Proper Mr. and Mrs W. A. Tyler and _

I Identification) Who Visits Our Store Saturday children Barker and and grandson Mrs. L u Buddy v e n 1 a The quality and the purityof / S C

e Everyone Invited-Bring Your Family and Crawford, were visiting Mrs. Coca-Cola have it '''
Tyler's parent. Mr. and Mrs. O. won a I

Friends! L. Brown of Double Run Sunday. t'
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner place in America's refrigera _

were visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Jake

ii Open Till 9:00 P. M. Sapp Friends of Rising will regret last Sunday.to learn of tors. Family and friends alike

) "r Parking tot VS ley the serious Ann Brantley Illness, of baby little daughter Shir-- enjoy its clean taste and the b / ,

Free ParkingBLONDY'S of Store of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brant-
on '
ley. happy after-sense of refresh- A /
Silvia Crawford Is spending

this week with Betty Lee it "'
Crawford ment brings. Your dealer has e

SEARS, ROEBUCK AN D CO of Mrs.Starke"spent Ellen Starke.Luke Sunday and with children Mrs. the handy home package, the r

MINT MAN Luke's alater-in-law.
"+ 'L ." Forsyth at. Broad St. Crlffls. six-bottle carton of Coca-Cola.

Jacksonville Mrs
+ : Fla. 1 Mable and Margaret
I Magerl were visiting Mrs. D. Ben- BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY o. Tug COCA.cOtA co. BY'

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CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES t. Lit WTEY BETHEL will fill his regular appointmentnext for church benefits. ,'

." '- ,- By William (Bill) Plummet By :Mrs. I). I). UooJard Sunday morning and even-! :The Rev Mr. Soper preached '.'
I Ing ai 11 orlock n m. He will at the First Methodist church .
ArTlST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL I CHRISTIAN Strawberry shipment from here Mrs. Cal Glisson and daugh- use the following subject "Come here last Sunday evening. 1! .;t ;" t,, I

E. LIKhltoo Rev. Frank Rbi naon Rev. Chas.ll. Allen Oit. Mark'. ('Dr'h Sunday School Sup'' has been larger this and lust ters were visiting In Florahomelast now and let us reason together. .I ,'"
A Pastor Pastor t.v. Fred Yerkea Jr. Mr. Ira week than they have been In the week ', '
pastor w'IlaonThonla. ; Why reason
Supt ye among yourselves (ClrrnnMtinitial 1 Mvldrno: '! 1 i >\
'' )B. K. Ferryman. Rector tlunday $chooindaY past ten years. Sixty trucks left J. M Allen of Olustee Spent ?" Evening subject: "How I 1\1': '
Orlfanl.t Sunday
Schoo Superintendentof School Sup!. 10 o'clock Terry: "Have you any Idea how ( "
nda' school Oen. Church SOfcont! < loin. E. M. Davis IIl1a. Ella J. 8a.a. Lawtey last week for northern Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs conversion change a man" old Buck's sister la?" \ > ;
1.16 Ap::t Church School Supt. Oraan.at markets with loads averaging a D. D. Woodard.Mr. 1 .
Ics Church Roy MathswatlNt 1IIr. H C. Brown The Baptist W. M. U. will Jerry: "Not
Cln'nell OF price of exactly But they ,
".Inll'M 10 A. M. CllnlllT! $3.10 per crate. On and Mrs. Albert Gliason of 1\\ '
'rainlmr Wonhlp Church School Berrie. Itarrv Pickup. Monday and Tuesday of this' East I serve Ice cream and cake at the had so many candles on her last j ',"
Morning 10 A. M. Sunday School, Palatka were recent guestsof ;
1.n, 'ervie p M., Service 11 A. M. Morning w rah.p 10 A. 11(. OIhea Study!Pastor 2 week 39 trucks were loaded at an Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Woodard.Mrs. Junior High School building on I birthday cake, several of the i 1 f ,
p m I
'w ; : '
rning p, ) Evening OU hlBervlce P 11 Sundays __ 11 A. 1\1. 11'rnltm' ; and The II average price of $2.40 per crate. Callie Galney of Boatdratnwas April 26th beginning at 6:30: p. guests were overcome by the i \ 'et

"Y 1.00.r Ms.oo nC Pbf : 7:30 p, M. Sllma A.0: p. m. 11'r Id aye -- 7:30: P. A[. I..ord eery Supper SundaredaY. a y. m. I The market Is strong and pricesare visiting friends here recently. r m. The proceeds will be used heat."Exchange. ( 'i ;. :'
: Young PeopU'aLeague Holy ,
Daye10 A. M. I unsettled with an Inclination ,,, t'
t Meetlntrs t
planlet _ '
Ilona Canova 6:30 P. M.Prayer MISSION to rise the latter part of this GIRD OF THANKS INSURE WITH :I. 'If I i

,uir..Director. powell Ueetlnff lULL GOSPEL TAB :\ILI.LI.NCE week or the first of next. We wish to express our apprecIation t '

hn Ch Wednesday T:ao P.M. Sponsors: bin Sponsored by The Crusader's Club, local spir- to the Baptist W. M. N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. 1.; :
: rmDealcDa 104... and Mrs and Airs. Preeldentrd ,
Mrs. F. H. tionff.Orcanlst J. T, Quigley The nev. Frank itual organization, has completedwork S. Circles, the Woodman Circle t' ,
Klcldltu ::1. T. Qulele FIRE LIFE AUTO ''i' ;
Chairman Evangelh'tlo Service noblnaon on the town basketball to each and every one for ,
loin E. K. Organist Tuea.Blbte Stud,, each .acb SunSe.'etar"Tralurer court. Lights have been installedand the kind words of sympathy, for Phone 74
rdp rpowelleea Assistant evenlnar 7::30 day evening 7::10 The Hev, Fred Yerk.e by next season we hone to the assistance, and for the flow- I STARKE. )1.

.. -- -- -- ----- have ers given during the sickness and I
-------- the! best open-air cou"rt In '' .
j :
than in our modern this death of our dear wife and : t
day, yet we should be section. '
expected: from the Va- ,
(Bob Jones boast of our culture and our pro cation Bible School this year. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McGarlty I' mother. May the Lord, when In VOTE FORfi.E.McGAULEY i I, I I ltJ.I, ,/
The world Is hours of trouble and affliction, '
gress. filled
with and f :: :
Plans have been made to have daughter, Ruth, of Wabassa be :1J:
ever with all. i
all sorts of you
superstitions and religions the were visiting friends and relatives The Children Friend !'
Vacation .
HereHereafter School
ments On In the shadow of prac- the here this week J. D. Goodman and children. 1 '. \ >
Episcopal church this For ,
tically all the year .
capitals of the "
where there Is plenty of room Bryant Reddish of Jacksonvillewas : '. "
world can be found every kind of HAMPTON CountySuperintendent
scientific minds and better teaching facilities.R visiting his parents, Mr. and .1 I 1 t,":',
greatest superstitions and reli- By MU Ada Nlmmo
he underweight e g I s t r a tion blanks will be sirs V. R. Reddish, this week. : 1
crushed gious faker One of
world are the most t' ,
;he significant signs of the given through the Sunday James C. Wooten was a business !ilnul1on.-Ullbln..on Marriage I aa,f> mnrmt*... ,..... .,. 1 "1'h'
of an atom and are clone of Schools and will be distributed to visitor In New York last The Rev. prrlra ." a e I rom i 'i li'i
A. B. Simmons and
our is the fact .
age men and ,1 trarhrr .d arlarloal. Pn
In a drop of water. ( all those Interested in having week. I Mrs. C ..... .
ned: women are running hither and Thedosia Robinson, both of I .m roaav tolara.li .: .1
was made recentlyne their young people and children Mr. and Mrs. Lee Plummer of our town, were marriedat e 2e l.t. > a bl. fob aad aM ,';' ,"
statement thither' looking for signs. p.ouah to be ..."... _I...... ) 11\ ;I'' "
of the world's great attend 1 the school. The Summer Gainesville were visiting relatives the home of sirs Robinson'sson yyyy'JJJrt I ha*. Ju.t poatalr-tmt .T t', i/
After thinking: It The Christian according to the Vacation Church school la one of here Sunday. the Rev. C. R. Robinson, of tt I alnla trrm 1.h.. ..........r ;
chers. .
New Testament Junior IIIKB Hrhool.If .
Is to walk I I .
for a moment the writer by the finest means of training youthIn Cleon Wooten and Bill Plum- Palatka, last Saturday afternoon .lrrtr l. I promlii to ere ,j, "
made to exclaim In the faith and not by sight. We have Biblical knowledge and guiding I mer attended the district U. S. The Rev C. A Warren officiated. that la,. ....D.I,. repel. .. ISO ,. 11'1"'
the Word of God. In this Bible rralu 'alar for rara dollar \
| of his own heart, "What a them In meaningful Christian convention in Jacksonville this! Both are very popular and have spent. t''t 1P
hs .J
God has revealed all that we needto work and 5.lertlen of ....*.. aadnt :
J., What fools men are who recreation.A week-end. a host of friends here who wish I .r. I'." ,
........ in
know. There are to be certain 'I hue drl.er. will be I ; .
Jme inflated with Intellectual pre-church School teachers Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips antifamily them a happy and successful I >..n the kaalw of OI..IIIIp.- ,.(:.{,, \
If the mind of man cane signs which are the to close of the our age;I training course is being planned were visiting friends in future 'ks lloa.. NHd .not noaM politicalfflllatlonii. :s ; II>,xtl }
precede \
knoW all there Is to be knownt comingof |I for the Instructors. Maxvllle Sunday afternoon. They are at nome to their P 1 "h.JJ "crh" .. tiaras I.. ; .'/ k' .d);,.
the Lord Jesus Christ. These, ; +t JuMlcp to the has payem ... I. ::'
atom no wonder be Is I The Western Union Telegraph friends at Hampton.Mr. ,., ? i :..
an signs are not to .r. nt tk. same u_. pr...(. tko t ; ,n 1",
ie by searching to find out necessary prove'!( Methodist Church Co. has Installed an office In the and Mrs. Fred Guy were '.h ..1......".... and Moral. welfare i\ ) "L i', i
that the
Jesus Christ Is .r Ih..u.. t ,,
to strut town hall. The most modern la nmoftturvrlouK i ntA' : ''
continues of Mr and Mrs. James .
Yet man I guests '
aniivt "Our (''U.- '
seem to think he knows some coming they are simply Indications ,! News NotesThe type of teletype equipment Is be- Guy this week. ....* !;, k) ,,''h
that His T'I)
coming is .
probably 't
"Knowledge puffeth up." near. God does not have to have ing uxed. Thin has been very The Rev, C. A. Warren, I Earnestly Solicit Your Vote and Support {/ ,; ,
an naturally resents the Bible morning service was con- Instrumental In making our plat- tor of the Baptist Church II I'"
[ of salvation. God's any kind of sign to prove His ducted In the First Methodist form the great success that It '1 <.t(..."I.
its plan word. .. .. .. I J. ''! ,ii
Church last -
the =
Sunday by Is. -- .. :
pictures man as a poor, pas-i ____:-:=::--- --- --=---- -------------------=
:1: helpless creature who Is Jesus said, "Heaven and earth I tor the Rev' Frank Robinson, us- : i

he to save himself. If he 1 1ill 1sI may pas) away, but my Word ing as" his subject "The Use of I BROOKKR LEADERRAYBURN 't 1;;!.
Assisting In the service :
he must be saved "
I at all by shall not pass away. Every promise )I By Aim. L. L. Parker I'',
was the Choir
[ of God. Grace means singing; Ashford'santhem '.
grace ;
that God made will be j
ever "
crited favor. Salvation Is I "My Task. The Ladles Aid met at the 1I'.d;;

e thing he cannot pay for kept. Every check He has signed 1 On Wednesday evening of this I' home of Mrs. V. V Hazen last I ,it ';,(ji!

r he gets It. The only way will be paid. Every penally will week the District Superintendent Tuesday afternoon. I ;" 1)1); ,

tan get it is to accept it as in due time be executed. Heaven of the Jacksonville District the After an hour of business and'" W'l !:

he gift from One who Is able I and earth may pass away, but Rev Dr. J. H. Daniel led the service I sewing each member was pre URGES ; 1
not one word in God's holy nook of and rented with scarf from the Jt
five it to him. Poor, miser- I worship conducted I a 1: v' ,
fallen helpless man! Man in will ever fall. Instead of looking -!I! the fourth, and final, Quarterly club. , f!

{natural heart resents this. He for signs and running off'' Conference of this Conference, Refreshment of sandwiches and REELECTIONOF

i to work out plans by which after superstitions, what this age Year Reports from the pastor, tea were served by the hostesses, IP\: \

save hlrriHelf. He wants to needs to do is to sit down and and. from the officials of the; Mrs. L. A. Brown, Airs Lucian :

on his feet instead of his own open the Bible and read what I| Church were heard and the appointments Hazen and Miss Lubedlu Pin- I, .j ,;,;

teousness a robe that willie God to say. When people do that for the ensuing Conference holster. The next meeting will '.\.. ( "',
him presentable to God and then look around and see cer- year were made. be held at the home of Mrs "ii'. .1.,I

er than to accept a robe of tain signs, they are not surprised, I| Services for next Sunday include rankle lluzen. All members are rv "I

teousness which was pursed and they say, "We were expect- the morning worship which asked to be present. R. A. (Lex) Green if:, i I

with the precious blood ing that. That is what God told will be conducted 1 by the pastor Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hargraves .

la Christ shed on .Calvary'ss us In His Book." Back to the Assisting will be the Choir sing- and family have moved to their \ .I''
Bible and away from the superstitions new home In Aluchua Countynear DURING ::
He prefers to lIng, "I am Ing a special selection and Mrs. .
captain of my soul I am the and sign-seeking of an I I Lone/ at the organ. The evening Antloch church. I' '

iter of my fate" instead oft adulterous generation is the need j service beginning at 8 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Morganwere THIS CRITICAL PERIOD !r:';At'
of the Christian In our day. visiting relatives In Willis-
will also be
I conducted the
as am without one plea, .. .. by pastor tsZ
that Thy blood was shed for -, ]"'1'nf : .. r.-:; ..... \l'iJ Tile Young People's Choir ton over the week-end.
.. will render vocal Several of the Brooker people
Episcopalian. a special selection /
n the 16th chapter of Mat. ; Miss Virginia Sewell will attended Baccalaureate servicesIn "

v we read of the Pharisees Presbyterian play a special on the piano; and Mrs.Starke John Sunday Lgg night Is visiting her ((ice of flit Tajoritp tatitr I ;

Sadducees coming: to Jesuit i Bible School Soon the Church Orchestra under the

asking Him to show them a I direction of Emmett Perryman, parents In Thomasvllle, Ga. SAM RAY BURN JoUftofl\tprt'tnt4tibt..6. I
Several of the B. II. S. graduates -
i from heaven. Jesus said tom Extensive plans are being made will play. 4m Our TIJIA. I

in substance, "Ye can dls- for the EpiscopalianPresbyterianVacation The Prayer Meeting; service from examinations here were and exemptedfrom are enjoying .ebtntp.ixlb, .nIlUU t "

i the face of the 'sky, but you Church School to be next week will be conducted by .
week of vacation. I
an extra "lfJfngtm.( 9. C.: :
not discern the signs of the held In Starke from May 5th to Mrs. A Wood, representing the
f Fort 'I
Juanita McKenzIe 0
">s. He also taught them that May 17th. Precedents have been Woman's Society for Christian ;

ricked and adulterous genera established and method( have Service.On Pierce came up for commence r '/

i seeketh after a sign. been perfected as a resuit' of the ment exercises In Starke.Mr March 26, 1940. 'i ,
Monday afternoon ((22nd)
\. and Mrs. L. A. Mott of
There has never been a periodthe fine school held last year In the the Intermediate Department will High Springs were visiting/ relatives "

history of the world when Presbyterian Church, Even better meet at the Church for the pur- here last week.

i were looking for signs more I and more efficient work pose of cleaning up the Church Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Mott were Honorable Lex Green, "

yard. Anyone Interested in assisting visiting In Raiford Monday. : ,
in this beautification workIs Mrs. Sopp's store has been I '

invited to meet with them. closed for several days becauseof House of RepresentatlTes. :r"A\ >
At the meeting of the Garfield the Illness and death of her I Ifc

.T. F. KICKLITEH Evans League Union held In Mel- father, Mr. Sam Crews of New Dear Lext

rose last week one of the mem- River.

FOR bers of the Intermediate Department Mrs. S. M. Baird has returnedto

SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR I Ida Lulu Davis, was her home here after a few I

BRADFORD COUNTY awarded first place in the Essay weeks' visit with her' daughter I do not know when this session of Congress will t(

I contest. She was presented a In Winter I'urk. close but before it does I want to thank for fine '
I have been u resident and tax payer of this County for book the of the I you your
by president
46 years and have never before asked for public office.If League Union as a token of I VANDERU1LTBy spirit of cooperation with the House Leadership. Your >

service here for State and the at large has been l'
Elected I Will Give This Ofrt'eIy: iiwunl and appreciation for her Mis Velina Norman your country :

Best AttentionI paper I outstanding. f
Mr. and Mrs H. L. Norman

I \\ APPRECIATE: YOUR VOTE ANTI SUPPORT i ResolutionWHEREAS Mr.and and family 1 Mre pent Horace Sunday Rosier with and. I want you to know how personally grateful I am to i I I

for loyalty not only to the House but I
: It has pleased the family, of Galn<'svllle. you your organization

(Paid Political Advertisement) Mr and Mrs Herbert Norman also to the Administration. I have depended on you much and
from ,
= I Almighty to remove our' of'Mr 'I
esteemed I'of Long Bridge were guests during the time you have been a member of the House of Repre- '
midst l by death our and Mm L L. Henfroc and

I friend and co-worker, Mr. A. A. I family Sunday sentatives, you have impressed yourself upon It membership

'!'ourden, who has for many years Mr. and Mrs Allen Howard in a way that has made you very influential
and children of Gainesville were
i rank in our
THAT THE DUTIES OF MY OFFICE occupied a prominent visiting Mr and Mrs. J. II. ManI -
Your work Chairman of the
Committee "
I! midst maintaining a character anda as on Territories -
I fling and family Saturday.
MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLEFor reputation benefltllng that of a Mr S and Mrs. J, M. Rosier and and as a member of the Committees on Florida Control,

Me To Visit Every Voter In The County At good citizen and a gentleman, children of Woodlawn and Mrs Immigration: and Naturalization, and Rivers and Harbors, and

be It resolved: Walter Lee of Okeechobee were as assistant Democratic Whip has been of
This THEREFORE great service
I Hope That All Citizens Will Under- Durdenwe dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,.
death of Mr.
That in the .
stand My Position And Will Accept This GreetingIn have sustained the loss of a Levy Norman and family. ', : :
Is I trust that during this critical the
Carl Reddish! of Miami period people
Lieu of A To Know It wa
Personal Call. I Want You friend whose fellowship f
to en- spending a few days with hi.pal..nte. of your District will exercise the good Judgment to return '
That honor and a pleasure
I Deeply Appreciate: Your Continued Interestand an Mr and Mrs. Ury Reddish -
Joy; that we bear willing testimony you to the House of Representatives where, on account of i

Support. to his many virtues and of. Eugene Vanderbilt.Mrs. Kills\ of Worthing- character and ability, you will gain in power and influence

C. A. KNIGHT TAX COLLECTOR services reaved family that we and offer to mourning his be- ton Springs Is spending a few in the years to come.

had days with her parent Mr and l
whom sorrow
friends, over
Paid Political Adv.rU..ernenU hung her sable mantle, our heartfelt Mrs. F. )I. Norman. With every good wish for you personally I am
=- J condolence and pray that In- Mr. and Mm. Harry Edwardsand
=- children and Mr. and Mrs I"I Cft.
may bring speedy '!
finite goodness
George Thomas, all of Gainesville -
their burdened hearts
relief to
were vlnitlng relatives here Sl ,
VOTE FORt and, Inspire them with the consolations rely y
that Hope In futurityand Sunday.
Remember church service at
,k S. .S PARKS: Faith in God gives even In Water Oak this week-end. -l
r the shadow of the tomb.
OF Pl-BMC- I\! THICTIO\ That a copy of these resolution i
3 ;, DR UI<'OIH) ('ot''T\ ibe presented to the family of our SOUR s
1J1"'lIn'T \O. I I deceased member and friend, I Probably you know several il

i remedies to relieve acid stomach I \\li %
I copy to the Bradford County
1y' and copy placed on : and acld-lmllgfittlon. Hlama-Rex,1| i .bk
Fair and Telegraph
For An Honest.
I file. I II ''a new delicious tasting ) k

Economical Administration Committee, powder, acts four way. to give

I I j. H.C. Manning FieldsW you wonderful relief the In a way few Blsma-Rex It minutes.help you.It's for [iIII.III.h__ For Lex Green Has s. Kept t The Faith i t +!i

of *
Your Support Appreciated Geo. H. Inman. Buy a bottle J s
Retail Drug StoreCarpenter's ., __ _" IA
-J Townsend Club Ni>. 1, Starke, 50c at the __- : i
Store In Starke. sIS
Drug ,
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;; I uI IN r So It Seems just passed I
Allied is the of democracy Pupils Are PresentedIn 1 BEST BUSINESS I ""Mother another 1I'lbdo.
cause cause '" 1 : Isn't it 'funny that ,

l The Bradford County Telegraph wherever' it may be. Every Allied soldier Recital Thursday I( YEARS ENJOYED.,. IIERE. ...%"' hats cost more than radios?" .down.a sign "-Santa that says p, 'Radlq

w K>.tuI>II..h you
I I .. .. .. "" ,_ .. --. United States as well as France, Englandand piano pupils in a recital seen-best: A.i business" we've had "Well, a sign'.in a window back, Typewriter ribbon .1.1fo
t PuWkrhed; Weekly on Friday and entered an Sect and good Thursday'.nlght of last week at there said 'Hats. $10 ,' and we sale 01 .
Norway, Common .decency the Woman since '29. We 'had'.the best busi- up at the TI'I"l'l'IIpb
j end ClaM Mutter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla., eight o'cloc in "we've bad : Nh
\ .. manners demand that we should refrain Club auditorium. ness! last Thursday I ......
A -- '29. They've all been good ...
and since
comment. Arrangements of roses
r from adverse I I ,'
MEMBER other spring flowers formed a .l.I*
S O lovely setting;. for the young art W E. Bryant Cafe: "We wish BURGLARY INSURANCE

v.rFw = .a-nON: A Man With Vision Saw Salvation. ists. we:'could 1 have them 12 months a '

> lot. In A Piece of 'Broken Glass i The program was as follows, : year '. RESIDENCE PROTECTION TO $:b0O, .

I "Festival, March," Bradley ,Mrs. E., E. panova, proprietorof ".
The human race in general] /seems to : $7.50 PER YEAR
. [ E.; L. Matthew __-__.._.;.___ Editor and Owner I Geiger. Marguerite's Shoppe: "Pretty
.. be divided into two large classifications: 'Don't wait till the horse is
p RATIO "Melody In.. P. Mary Lee Over- good; we think "it's all "right." gone to lock the bam

, .t SUBSCRIPTION ) ((1)) those who bemoan their fate, and ((2)) street. W, B. Sewell 'of Florida Bankat

f' Yearly, $1.30. ; Six Months, 75c: --Payable Advance those who waste no time moaning, but "do "Drifting! Betty Ann Flynn. Starke: "Very favorableweare HAROLD C. WALL, Agency :
"Doris Light-
i Advertising Rates on Application something about it." pleased with the progress of
.. foot. the "
"The Cuckoo Clock "A Little ,
"Good Season"Seems A little story we came across recently of Brad-
An Old-Fashioned I Waltz," Ona Demoreat. J. B. Carlyle owner .
t To Be In Prospect serves to illustrate the point: "Vals Bleue," Roberta Whit- ford Hardware Store: "We've! felta

in Bradford Back in 1929 Mr. Frank Fabish of Erie, field. slight Increase-we're lookingfor I I _

Things are looking up lost his job. Walking past a dump on his "Gathering of the Pixies," It to Improve more after they -
County I Marion Brown. get through shipping-farmers I' RE-ELECT

I'. By some strange quirk of fate, the way home one day he noticed the huge "A Spanish Fiesta Margaret are too busy now to patronize
of broken ] An idea to much." J. H. MOORE
January freezes that brought disaster to so quantity glass. came Mon telth.

' other him for the possible salvaging and selling of "Fairy Footsteps," Mad g e Bill Mundy, owner of Three A\II\ HCIIOOl. nOAKU MRMDRII
L many growers in Florida, as well]] as Brownlee. Friends Barber Shop: "We had lOIH Atoll Illsrni'' '}
0\K (Lnnter A North ,frlnrkr)
f parts of the country, set in motion a chain this glass. "Indians," Maurice Edwards the finest day we've had in five

F r 'of events which seem likely to result in the He began to gather and bring it home, "The Fog Bell" Nancy Light. years e
Hecauxe we are now. at the height of ,
of strawberries using a hand cart. His wife washed and toot."Uncle Leila Mundy of Leila's Beauty whipping season It will be Imponclble for me ouri lu I-.,\,ube. gym
I most profitable crop grown Dan, The Sailor Man," Salon: "Couldn't expect it to be voter In the district p..r..onally. In view of Ihriel,.v ?
: in Bradford County in/ eight or ten years. sorted the glass. They wrote to several Pltner Vandiviere. better-It was just fine (last Saturday I hope my friends. will, accept call.this. message a* a ?. r.ol..>"I,

, f firms in Pittsburg and Cleveland, seekinga "The Man In The Moon," Geraldine I )," ,
The phenomenal yield that plants are o.
Cox. I Mrs. Jeanette KIncaid proprietor -
1 market, and soon started selling.
bearing this season is reminiscent of the of IV R"-F.r.Jo:CTEI\ I PROMISE' TO CONTINt'K '
1 "Auld Clar-Jean "Busi-
Lang Syne, Bradley Shoppe: si'iul..0IN
The business so rapidly that FOIL T1IK ALL TUB
W days of the early history of strawberries in grew very Geiger. ness was swell BRADFORD COUNTY "U
soon they could not supply the demand and "Bohemian National Polka," Starke's Postmaster, Fred F.
the Klondike rather than
had to advertise for helpers. The kitchen Mary Lee Overstreet. Stump: "Fine; we're rushed to
f 4 the missionary, variety was grown. Heavy workshop became too small. Mr. Fabish "In Seville," Elizabeth Cox. death-doing plenty of business." Paid Political Advertisement)

r" yield means bigger profits for growers, for "The Pop-Corn Man," Elizabeth C. H.. Nasworthy, proprietor of

"; there is much less expense in harvesting rented a vacant building, installed washing Cox.. Tip Top Grocery: "Biggest in a
machinery, and hired trucks to take his "Italia Clarice Thomas. year-(we) enjoyed a most beau-
l a good yield from a small]] acreage ,than at' Sewe'll.
t. glass to the market. "Gipsy Dance Virginia tiful business." ITS THE PEOPLES' TURN TO TRY
,t' poor yield from a large acreage. ."The Covered Wagon" "Over John Godwin, soda-jerker atCanova.'s
Today, he owns one of the largest The Plains," '"Around The Campfire Pharmacy "It was all A CASE
weather conditions in other
Adverse broken glass plants in Western Pennsyl- ," "The :Buffalo Hunt" ."In right; best I've seen in 2 1-2 I A-Aplenty, judge 16 long years,
sections have combined to diana "
and "The "
t berry growing End of The
vania operates several trucks and has a
Bradford County fruit on the market Trail" Marlon Brown. D-while Depression we people have known,
put fine home all paid for out of the proceedsof "
"Bolera, Jack Dyer. K-In
1 at a time when it is not glutted with ship- ," ''IIIJUMIIIII'"IUlIIIIUIII'f' / 1111I'"II'UIIIIII"'I'IIlI"lIlIllIrllll'' "'' 'IIIIIII'IIUIII'HIMIUt' I Knight, a successor appears;
"Dorothy Clarice
his business. Thomas.
!> ments from other points. The delayed season "Curious Story," "Minute In uP I If I-a big: Income, Judge you have had it so long,
? How of the bit of
f" at Plant City has been cut short by hot many us, seeing G" (Beethoven), "Adaptation of f 1 4..LOC. E't N-but No judges' pension, your ideas wrong
broken glass, would have kicked it out of .
fl' 'weather and heavy rains. North Carolina Rhapgodle No. 2, Roberta Wblt- I Sour State payroll to no one man belongs.
the way and gone on home to mourn the field. Speak A SilentLanguage
r.' is definitely out of the picture until the
V the Voters Verdict will find
loss of our job? This story is symbolic of I -we a
first of next month, and the crid snap oft Jasper Brown r S-So Stand this WE
Judge case
the hundreds of opportunities that are lost of Beautyr I up are trying
this week has set back the in Louisiana -
t crop :
those who unable to Died Last Week
every day by are recog- I '
. i Most Bradford County growers havealready [ of Love P-We are the People and we know our mind.
nize the real value that lies in the '"little ;
i:, "paid out"-that is, have already things" of life Jasper of Bradford Brown, long-time County resident died ''I of Sympathy! E-when you cry "no Election" it just does not rhynO )

; made expenses-and every crate sold from ., Thursday night April 11, at the -with your candidates! Oath to submit to our chum
A Job Deserves
f Very Important FOR EVERY: FLORAL
f now on represents clear profit. If prices Careful ConsiderationThe home of his daughter, Mrs. Myra 'I E P-we the People speak government runs by our vonL '

I hold up reasonably well until the end of Very Dyal, in Sampson City He was NEED, CALL 1"1 -Listen to our verdict office to the people helot:
Jacksonville Journal recently I 82 years of age. Death came as ,
. the month it seems that our farmers will E-Enough is Enuff have had it too
printed a forceful editorial calling the at- the result of a stroke of paralysis. MRS. L. G. -you long
once more know' what it means to enjoy .
'" tention of voters to the importance of giv- Born in Georgia Mr. Brown Vm1DICTVe will take a new man,. we are runnin!
a "good berry season. No one will deny
,. if.POWELL
ing very careful consideration to the selection ] moved to Bradford County while Knight strong.

f. that they can make good use of whateverr of the man who is to represent themin still a small boy and ,,spent theremalnderof Phone 123.ITelegraph J
profits come their way. JUs. lifeat Sampson Service (Paid political advertisement by D. E. KnlghtlIS
the State Legislature at Tallahassee. In
0I where he was a successful .dnIn0mImIlIIuMUaaIInInllnuNIuiamIIouIIumMntlnllunluinn9i, ,
r speaking of the tendency of a large number I farmer He wpa s a member of the
Americans Should Do Less
I Corinth Baptist Church.
of voters } to give insufficient thought to

Criticizing From the Side-Lines* this officd.;, the Journal said: Ha Is survived by two sons, .
Germany's invasion of Norway and Lem Brown and Eaton Brown r.
t. "One of the most important of all poli
both of Sampson, and by three
#: Denmark, following Allied mine laying in + .
tical offices is that of State legislator/ but daughters, Mrs. H. A. Prescott .
l r.; Norwegian waters, brought the predicted I
and Mrs. Willie Dyal. of Sampson -
you wouldn't think so to observe the mal '
"total war" a step closer to reality. With and Mrs.' Jack Goodge of ,
.rl amount of attention that the voters "<
deem Starke.
, shakeUps in both the British and French
r to give to it, ) Funeral services were held last

Governments, designed to make possible amore "People do not seem to think far Friday afternoon at four o'clockin BEFORE YOU BUY ANY REFRIGERATOR IN 1940lei

t t, spirited prosecution, of the war,. large- Little Crosby Cemetery, with
enough ahead 4.o realize that the laws which
the Rev. C. A.
Crosby officiating.
scale imminent.
t are they will have to live under will be made at Arrangements 'were in charge of

t Since the start of the war the position Tallahassee by some of the candidates now I DeWitt C. Jones. ,

i ;' of the Scandinavian countries! has been almost in the field. Active pallbearers were grandson -
of the deceased Herbert
'' defenseless. Threatened from two directions "Whether there be immediate vital] : 5i
n any Prescott, Fate Brown, Gilbert

) 1 by Germany and Russia, Norwayand issues to discuss or not, intelligent people Brown, Eugene ,Goodge, M. A. Ie K"re /

Sweden were helpless to go to the aid ought to insist at least that the men they, Goodge, and Howard Brown.
--- --- --- --
of their sister democracy Finland, when the jprhelf/II8
send to Tallahassee are respectable men of RUPTURE'Shield L
:: Soviet Government brutally invaded its 1.(1(1. /
at least average good character."In Expert Here Again

territory. Now Sweden is placed in the each Florida Legislature there are a E. .J. MEINIIAKDI. widely ; 8 1iJ oer .

same position with regard to these two aggressor few men sent up there who are, a disgraceto known Expert: of Chicago! : will /oIlK pr

nations, and has little alternative their counties, men who seem to think personally be In GU.DeII\'JItfo. Fla.,

i' but to ,stand and watch as Germany en- only of getting drunk and making it an at day the, April White 22n.I.House from Ilotet.10 .,.Man.M., I'
.: velops Norway. orgy of disgraceful proportions. The people to :a I*. M. only. r

{. Back of the Nazi move lies the crying back home are alone responsible for such MR. MKrNHARDI nays: The I'O
Meinhardi Sheik Is a tremendousImprovement
need of Germany-iron ore and other sup- things. well known for I

plies. The ever-tightening Allied blockade "Then there is the type that goes up producing immediate results. It TO PICK the best refrigerator your moot!

has apparently forced the Reich into taking to Tallahassee with a hand out. ready and prevents the Rupture from, pro. \ buy-check 3 things.
truding in 10 days on the aver- SIZE? Here is a full 6V4 cubic foot Kclvinatof
to insure its supply of vital war to sell out their votes for againstany
steps or
any eager age-regardless' of size or loca- t IiT I holds an average week's supply of food.

materials.The measure regardless of the interest of tion of Rupture and no matter : I NAME? Ii', a Kelvinator made by tl*

Germart invasion, though consid- their constituents and the state. You can .how hard you work or strain. It .t oldest maker of electric refrigerators.
has no leg straps or cumbersome PRICE? It's the value all of Kci )
f r. greatest in
ered a grave possibility for many weeks, be pretty sure that the fellow who will do arrangements. (No Surgery or Injection vinator's 26 years..

came with lightning-like suddenness. But almost anything for money at home, will be Treatments used.) Mr. It But that Isn't all. This is just one of Kchin-

action against Norway was not new. Despite the same at the capitol."Representation lueinhardt has been coming here oil;' stoic amazing 1940 values. There is a tomplf
for 13 years. } line of big 6 and 8 cubic foot models and
in the State Legisla-
its traditional jj'utrality since the
: Caution: If neglected-Rupture prices have been reduced from $30 to S60<>te..
start of the war Norwegian ships: have been ture is probably more important than in may cause weakness, backache, pared with last year's prices for cotnpartW'

the victims of German torpedoes mines and the National Congress, when you get right constipation, nervousness, stomach models!
pains, etc, or sudden death from (
-- We beautiful
vessels total- down to cases. want you to be sure to see these
bombs. Fifty-five Norwegian .
strangulation.Men big 1940 models before buy. Many have the
ing 122,000 tone have been sunk, and 404 "Any citizen ought to have pride having large Ruptures new Moist-Master System All are po..ereJ to

enough to withhold his vote from man which have returned after Surgical the famous
.ulors and passengers have been killed. any cost-saving Polarsphere.
of known good character in I Operations) 0 r Injection To help you pick the best refrigerator, coon
The immediate response of the British except one any Treatments are also invited. Whenall
Government whose war policies are now race, but this applies most forcibly to thoseto I'' others fall-see MEINHARDI. BIG I 6 and."get. See S free our copy complete of"The new 1940 line RefrigeratorGuid. of 19**

be given the important task of makingthe H. will be pleased to demonstrateto KeUinators
control)**} by Winston Churchill silenced to 6% CUBIC FOOT today!
a large degree criticism::' in this country of laws under which we all must live." (Only you men privately invited.) White charge.only.IIOTI..1 NEW LOOK AT ALL THESE FINE FEATURES$

the Allied conduct of the war, which reached O 1940 lift*qu r.fMt at slMivlnfl Automatic light'

r, : its peak following the Finnish-Russian Our farmer friends will undoubtedlyget or.T "APPI.I.tTIOVyell X .n.In t lot r-TetKh d..r h..... M Ice cub capacttr
(**..<. Bill M.. i :iNOTICK llbd. A..r..yl.c..tr.I.'annalu.! wWNj
r, presumably brought about because a big kick out of a little news story appearing lit HERKBY GIVEN, KFIVINATOR I '
peace finish. *
That It. R Wasdln holder of Tax e fefceWo ....U.I Inferior 2.xtra-f
;i' : France and England failed] to send an ex- recently in the daily papers. It' Certificate No. Ill, Issued the 4th I fr..d"ng shelves 1..ae4. ), fr.*i r deer r'
day of July A. U. 1917. has filedwarns
J .peditionary force. seems that a census enumerator called at a' In rojr office and nan made. $119.95to .. Chilling tray-ami many ....., features !..1

At that time it was pointed out that farm near Philadelphia and asked the house- Iiiuledathereon.{ acertificateoemu lie glad t. .... c.m. in. today.

Americana should be the last people in the wife what livestock was on the place. Drams. the In the following County of describedproperty Bradford -
I' State of Florida to-wlt: WARNING! When buy relrigerat"'
world to blame France and England for "We have one cow, she replied. Lot I of Ulk :* In HWfc\ of NEVi. :HII"..... your kitchen (this year, be sure you're you noc paying go*"}

I failure to give more. aid to Finland.] With "That's no cow," her husband interrupted 7 In South.Oraha,lungs". Hectlon It Eaat.t> Township with S Year Protect*Mss money offered for an ouc-of-dare.l..c years model I
The neiiament of the said -reduced" price.
II I' an interest in the outcome just as great as "It's a bun under the laid. certificate properly In-- See Kelvinator't (.mblttt line of W
Puzzled the dispute the .tied was In the name of :\11'.. D. models, all !
any democratic nation American aid to the over enumera A. Barry. ,. .. at greatly reduced pricesd
wl Ju _
Un I... sold certificate. shall be M""a- 4
i g oppressed peoples of Europe has been woefully tor telephoned supervisor for advice and redeemed arrordlnir to law the

)) small.)) was told to "go look at the animal] your- property described therein will be
old to the highest bidder at the TITUS
The same thing should be borne in self." court In house the door month on of the June first. Monday lilt'- OLSONDisplay

mind by any who see fit to criticize any "Boss." the census-taker pleaded, "I which Dated Is the ard day of June, !"....
this 11th day of April. Room
1 future action by the Allied powers. It is don't think it would do any good. You see, (t40.OKKICtAf. SEAL.) A.1. Thomas On South Walnut Street

becoming more and more evident that the I'm a city fellow, myself!" County.C'ltrk of Florida.Circuit Court 4-lt of Hradford St S-17 STARKE, FLORIDA


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