Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 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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.; The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven rt ;
Dtt g( TY TWO 8TAUKE FLORIDA. FIUDAY, Al'IUL, 26. 1910 __ N UMHKR:: \: <*Ttt KNT Y-KI.K: I, I +: "I 1'l ,

Crowdstending I To Annual Be Held Poppy Soon Day .I Poll IndicatesBarbee Fruit Is Bringing Good Prices : :' ;I.*> IF'I Ii

Mrs N. D Wjalnwrlght. Jr., i !

[ Chairman has been designated for the 1940 as Poppy Poppy May Be As Season Enters Its Fourth W ekhr:

Sale, an annual event of the :
Innty RalliesFinal Jones-Langford-White Post of the' 'Dark Horse' Here .. ;
American Legion. Mrs Wainwright : Berries Average $3.62 Per Crate r r r \ ,.!,

who has been chairman Jacksonville Minister At Market Here 'Wednesday; .;f ';\?
BeHeld '
Meeting To of, or connected with the 'poppy' Best Season In Years : .
At BradfordPark sales since! 1932, says that she Now Tied With Holland \ I ,

Next Friday hopes to make this the biggest and 11'hitehairReturns Already conceded to be the "best season in ,f., ''>" '"

Poppy Day observed In Starke. ten years," Bradford County's annual exchange ( ?}
occasional burst of I The poppies are made by the from the second week's I ,
[nth an pepping up the usual I disabled veterans In the Veterans -I I balloting in the Telegraph's straw of rod berries for greenbacks moved i. ;1'!,i

works'Jf 'born and reared In Hospital In Lake City. Pro- vote Indicates that James Bllrbl'el Into its fourth week with high prices bringing .: :J':

liord,rum'! County(': and educated In ceeds from the sale are used ''I Jacksonville minister, might be broad smiles to the faces of growers. \ ', 's,
the 1940 poll- locally for relief of needy veter- the proverbial "dark horse' in I I
publiC schools. After lingering in the doldrums of $2.25 1
the : raceat leastIn 1
B rallies got under way and Thurs-since ans and their families. Bradford governorship County. per crate over the week-end, prices began a : "' .\\jss; t

I night of last week of, Theressa.JBronn. With a total of 68 votes re I sUady climb Monday until a high average: of : :'

time. citizens and Graham have I Local 'Black Out' turned from all sections of the $:tG2 per crate was reached at the State I. 'i:'f.'> :

Just what the : county, the poll shows Farmers' Market here for all fruit purchased t'
Led to see 'f
lent out campaign has to offer In Holland, and Whitehair In Barbee'l. Wednesday. Monday's average was $2.64, and 4 T: "i \ .
heat for first place, with Warren, I,
of candidates. Tuesday's was $3.32. { :l./
way Tuesday NightWire Fraser, and Paty trailing in the ,t"" '
Sell attended, with order named.Tabulation. Since Wednesday of last week, approximately > ; ,, ,
'teg from 300 to :500> the 1940 is as follows: I 30,000 crates have been shipped from :I'F .,:!'
Power Line
lies have "gone modern" in a Over Barbee-16. Starke and Lawtey, with returns to growers 1 i {! r: : A,'

I way, with a public address .. Causes Trouble-Ileno Holland-16Whitehair ,estimated at $85,000< Totals for the season j ;+. ;:'

1 em: being used need at Hellbronn for this Youngsters Blamed -16. I now stand at 3,649,796 pints, with gross re-: : :! ; I ?\\i :

Graham. The at Ther- Warren, c e pit i R of around $297,500.00. Although 1 J s'.'' \' ':h

lily became evident out-of-doors Tuesday afternoon, as night be. Fraser-5. I I Auction Method Meets Favor Here slightly behind last year's totals at this date : t ,a ''J-r
where, speaking to fall, the city's street '
i gan Paty-4.
truck (4,714.906( pints, and $313,800)) it is believed i ;
n the rear of a pick-up lights failed to come on. Some Schoepf3.Walker3. I Pictured above In the scene at the State Farmers' Market here Monday morning, I !;
Uuse of a meetinge that far more growers are showing an actual : r, .
of thought. those responsible had April 15-first time In more than a half century of berry growing that fruit has ,
with adequate seating faclll1 "forgotten"; others guessed they Others !in the race have not yet been sold locally through auction. Growers are highly enthusiastic and believe the profit than in 1939 because of the larger pro ; ( : ;

1 some candidates could not were trying to "cut down ex- scored. I competitive bidding has materially strengthened prices. At this particular moment, duction of fruit on a smaller acreage. Most 1 ,It'IJ,; ; .

heard by half the people pres- penses." But R F. Clark, superintendent The good If somewhat mysterious buyers George Davis and Billy Hodges are carefully Inspecting fruit before startingto growers acknowledge having: already cleared : + \ '

R The new arrangement of the City Light and showing made by Baibee bid; market manager J. L. Gentry waits with pad and pencil to record the high enough to pay fertilizer bills and other ex .,, :
nlckle" while
to for "the last : growerat
Inman plead 1 :
are offer auctioneer George
prepares J.wyl
U ors everyone. Speakers Water Plant told It straight last seems to bear out the ;
listeners are whisper ( far left) C. Sullivan waits anxiously penses, not only on berries, but also on other. f. j
led voice-strain; "
at meeting of the "Look out for the !
Wednesday a preacher -spring crop: so that everyming"harvested I 1.I '
red ear-strain. Rotary Club: that has been running like an from now on (Including 1 i :" ';''I 1'

jore-than.capaclty crowds have When first notified the lights undercurrent In recent weeks I Strange Egg 60 Graduates truck) will represent clear .I t'.i' !.t I" ,

ide, it necessary to hold all were out, he looked for flaws whenever the politically wise and Only One Case Carries A US pare" profit I' ;
,tings so far out-of-doors, where he had found trouble be- not-so-wlse get together to com Although peak of production I ,
her than in the announced But was pare notes. He has climbed into' Is definitely post and yield [: \ :
fore. everything ap Last Monday afternoon un un ,
It Is stated that the the rank with Holland and To Trial i Get Diplomas .I rill'
In. parently all right. There was top I Comes usual egg, that "carries a spare" Is expected to decline sharply .r
ting at Luwtey Tuesday nightI only one thing to do, in a case Whitehair without benefit of on the end of It, was brought In from now on, most of the grow- \; ( ,
I be held at the loading plat- like that: look the whole town I I local organization, or apparently to the Telegraph by Oliver Tysona I Dad Weather Prevents urn are optimistic over the outlook :, '
m Instead of In the school over. Finally he wound up In without much "active" support. ; Spring: Term of Cir- living on the Brownlee for another week or ten ,.i f;.

idmg Reno, began to inspect the wires. For U S. Senator, C. O. Andrews I cuit Court$ Is Brief; negro I Open-Air Exercises; days of shipping at fair prices. I ;\.f.d. ,

[Here is the gist of candidate In a few minutes he found the 'I Is In the 'lend with Carter Judge Scoring Presides road.Tyson said It was the productof I Chapman Speaker Buyers have announced their In. I t': + ( fo

as for 1910: trouble: someone had thrown an i iI and Cone neck and neck for a Black Minorca of his, and tendon! to stick with the deal t, !!rr
ounty Judge E. K Perryman: ordinary wire over the power ond place. .ec-I I An ultra-brief'' term of Circuit had no theory or explanation! for Friday night was Commencement here for another week or so and ''I" :'I '" :
fated out that his administrates -I line, Increasing the voltage to There Is apparently very Court was held Mere last Monday the strange formation. The big for nearly 60 seniors. of North Carolina will not begin I'' ij (:,1''

n greatly reduced expenses such extent that all the town's anti-third term feeling In 'morning and afternoon. Several egg Is shaped normally, but has,, Bradford High School, who did shipping In any quantity until ': #'' 'l.
the office I weak lights had blown out. Some ford County, for Presidential pre civil cases went brought to at- sitting on the end of It, another not, as they( had hoped and expected the first week In May Quality I 1!: .(''.

Don Hoover: (Not present be- time during the day some frisky ference tabulation is as follows: tention and continued! I, and one perfect egg, very much smaller, received their diplomas on of fruit Is. still described as "ex: l ,, \f!f.c
Be of recent automobileacci- colored boy had evidently decidedto Roosevelt! 16, Cordell Hull 6, grand larcenywastried at 1 In size the athletic field. Had It ripe : l1ent" throughout the county. I r i 'k':: ;I

ut injuries) by letter Informed see If he could throw a wire Garner 4, and Farley 2. p. m. Come In and see It-soon. rained most. of the day and ruinedall Other Crop Soon ". f, <" ::,
i erg that it Is not necessarya the line. He The poll Indicates an exceptionally In the latter, the defendantwas chances, these graduate would A few crates of string beans ,. \ r .' '
as high as power '
county judge to be a law- It over. As a result, most close race between Geo. H. Luther Harris, charged with have been the first to march to appeared at the market here' thU I :11

'. Stated he could fill the bill\ of got the town was In darkness all Inman, incumbent, and Ralph I stealing $50 from Old Ben and Postoffice Site Bradford Park, tit centered on week bringing a price of "$MO ,II

th 99 percent "horse-sense night. The blown lights were replaced Alvarez for the Job of representative I I Suzanna Dell, an aged negro the fifty-yard line, anal be surrounded and the hamper back" If warm r i,

e percent law knowledge.Sheriff with new ones. from Bradford County In : couple who live In a yellow, two- by twice as many people weather continues, the harvestingof '
A O. Andreu: Stated the State Legislature. With first : tory house just outside the northern tin can get Into the school audi this crop will begin in earnest ,:
dreamed, ClearedOld
.it he cannot be a good sheriff The guilty boy hadn't one and then the other In the I city limits on Road 13. Being torium. I next week. Squash will also enter ; r

entire Bradford County by he'd cost Starke $25 for replaced and lead, the vote now stands: Alvarez Luther Harris pleaded guilty, Exercises\ were held Inside the I the picture In a small way next ''I y. i .

wing in my office"-must bet bulbs beside when other he expense threw back 35, Inman 33. I but told his story this way: Old House!: Will Soon school building, end the usual week. Condition of truck crops In ''i to'
t on the road a great part of irritation Although no attempt Is being Ben gave him some money to get circumstances--a crowd too large general is described as "not so if,;
and let the guilty Be Moved After 50 1
e time. his arm go made to predict the election's out some "likker." which he did, and for the auditorium prevailed. good" because of the cool weather .t ,: r '\
M. L. Johns: Promised If "foreign" wire; but he would come the Telegraph's poll should came back to the house Old Ben Years On Same Lot Boys and girls, all dressed in that has lingered Into late spring. : k ;
cted, to be In the sheriff's of- have done well to have stopped represent a fair cross-section of : let him In the back way after white Clip; and gowns, came f

e when not out on actual duty. and thought to himself: can?this In Bradford County opinion. One ; which they both began to drink. Today, Just one day ahead of downstairs, through the center More Hard Luck ,I ,
id he needs the job as a means possibly cause any trouble hundred ballots are mailed out : Harris kept sober, waiting for the government deadline, a house door, and! up to their places on
llvlihood. other words-It's best to be care each week to voters in all sections Old Ben "to get so drunk he which has stood In one spot for, the stage: at 8 o'clock sharp. For Mundys ,"I ; ,
E. W Hayes: Asked re-elec- ful and think ahead, says Mr. of the county, with especialcare wouldn't mills $::10." When he half a century, and has had but Ready to take part (tn the exercises I

n as tax assessor on basis of Clark, and be sure your fun Isn'tgolnK taken not to include any did, Harris robbed him of the two families live In It since it were: L (' Chapman, Following close on the heela .

rvlce and qualifications. "Whyre to end In somebody else's candidate, relative, or known sup- : money and left across the back was built will be moved to another Superintendent 0 f the State of what was thought to be a kid ,

a new man when the oneu grief. porter of any candidate. field. That's according to\Luther\ location. Reason: Uncle Prison who made the principal naping of the W. B, Mundy's '
have Is giving good satlsfacm" Although the ballots, when returned -' Harris. 'Sam will put his new Starke Post- address; Starke's Mayor\ Dr W baby girl and the disappearance ,

he asked. L. O. Jones, Sr. are not signed, any In- : Old Ben Dell had a few changesto office on the property where<< )\, E, MldJleton, who gave out' ninth! of! their! colored I !mime ,last week,. t' ,

L. O. Hazen: Stated he Is Died Last Week terested person is at liberty to make: Suzanna paid Luther stood. grade certificates; Filnclpid R more bad luck for That family: I '

allfled 1 for the duties of tax call at our office and inspect the $1.25: for some work he had When the house was built only L. Williams, who presented diplomas arrived when a car they were using -

lessor, has had"business ex- L. O. Jones Sr., 15 years a list of name to whom they are I done, then he left, with another three more homes stood on that I ; A, J. Thomas, member of while their own was under-
hence In valueing real estated resident of Bradford County, being mailed negro man headed toward the street to keep It company: D. Starke's American Legion Post, going repairs, was stolen from in \

personal property.C died last Thursday at nine a. m. railroad. That was the last that K.: Knight's. F. F. Stump's, ____ who presented to Marjorie Davis front of their home Thursday

A. Knight r Asked. re-election at his home west of Starke as New Traffic LightTo ; was seen of Harris until 11 o'- Biggs', It Is one of Starke's and Billy Parker two American night of last week. Mr. MunJy<
tax: collector on the grounds of heart trouble. clock that night, when Old Ben solidly built homes and contains Legion honor medals. ; 1C. J, Lewis, was having his car repaired at /
experience and satisfaction in the Be Placed I awoke to find someone fumbling the kind of lumber you can't buy Hciuiol Board Chairman, and L. Toroda's Chevrolet Company, and > i
Ice. According to friends, Mr. Jones! around hU clothes. lie thought anymore U. Green, School Trustee. was using one belonging to Ell I .

N D Wainwright, Jr: Said he had been 11at\ various times, felt but Robert F. Clark Superintendent and Poweri it was his wife called<< to her and For twenty years, the big I I Every: yeur the Ilerff-Jones Torntlo until icpulrs on his own' I

"l, until 12:00: o'clock Plant, announced this week! a '
tax collector four years agoen pretty good will be installedon I she slept. She came quickly, Frar.ee property; the man who ale to three seniors for: scholarship \ Mundy said the car must 1 1I
when he was traffic light
lie heard the Incumbent Wednesday night new struck a match, saw Harris with built it fifty years ago wan born i athletics, activities. Respectively I have been stolen after ten o'clock \
stricken. the south side of town by next
ate he would not ask for the suddenly and fatally at the his hands ut Old Ben's throat, and mined In Bradford County,I Leland Hponholtz Ralph I Thursday night; It was there up
flee again. He had been an employee of Tuesday or Wednesday Walnut Old Ben'u hand light around liar- lived in the house thirty yearn I Rhodes, und Jean Davis received! I until that lime. At six a. m. next
A. J. Griffis (unable to attend the State Prison Farm at Rsiford corner of Madison & : ris' head. I before the Frances! bought It; h h.1 t them' from r"rlnclpul'lllIams, morning It was gone. The car

e rallies because of illness) for the past seven years, an-l 1 I streets The signal of was purchased Harris escaped, was a hard but nume was Kd })unclln. Also, annually, mimes of the was found. undamaged Saturday

ked by letter, for reelectionthe was worklrg as a guard at the I from the Town Lawtey definite catch for the police. He Contractor Walter Hygema, of' best all-round nrnlor outstanding morning about nine miles out of

ground of service and prison gate up until his death tor $50.:> Sunday morning, Mr. I had hopped busts, cars, freights, Sobrlng! Florida will start the In scholarship, honesty, honor High Springs

''Hificatlons. at the age of 64. Next said, the will be off on his way to North Carolina, biff: house moving today first I etc? ha his or her name placed I A continuation of recent petty
DI W 1 B.: Middleton: Promised Funeral services were held Friday Clark side power of the railroad I but had been found by means of, backward! until It reaches the on a large plaque In the upstairshall. thievery In town was staged early l'

tulle politics out of the school ,I afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In.. on the west hour it will 1 I a letter sent here by him from dirt road running past the city This yeur the honor wentto ;. Monday morning of last week
about one ;
stem If elected superintendent. the home with the Rev, L. A. track for that some changes North Carolina, was sentenced to hall, then In reverse all the way I Clara Mae Hurley, from Law- when thieves, believed to be of ;..
ivocated Key-Mc- be necessary the State Prison at tey. She also received the book: the same bunch that have I
"open" board meet Shepherd officiating. made in the main feed wire. two years In to the lot behind the Baptist regu-
gs, nothing to be had charge be Ralford. "I Dare You. : larly robbed other citizens, broke>
transacted. Cabe, of Jacksonville I Church, a slightly low, but very .
ehind 1 closed doors..' location. To Dcmpacy Sapp too was Into Carpenter's drug store and '
of arrangements. desirable and peaceful spot for a f
G. f- McCauley: Promised "hat.ony" Pallbearers were: Robert Kite, New Safety Club I! New Camp Physician home. 'given the same Inspiring cOlume'I'ldress I took (items Including: cases of r !! 'I
In school I Superintendent cigarettes, several fine watches, '
affairs If elected C. A Knight, E. R. For two days moving was delayed i
, H.
: R. Tyson
Interestedto ; Dr G. H. Rlggln, of Wilmington was wholesome,
rintendent; also 1 promised E. K. Perry- Starke boys will be due to making preparations; and around four dollars In cast! e ,
reful Bowers, and Judge developed -! Deleware, has taken the will long be remembered by those i iI
supervision of expendl- learn of Ford's recently one enormous oak on the north : According to I, H. Blaslngame, I
''ns man. of Dr. Trice B. Hall as ; who heard It. It compared life
and appointment of teach- safety organization, known place Hide. had to be cut down but no I Pharmacist, the guilty ones broke '
I on "merit and qualifications" Mr Jones la survived by his as the Ford Good Drivers' League,I Camp Doctor for Gold Head telephone or electric wires will to Niagara Falls. That lit.: both in through the back window
rt, pu11.| ", Keici; two K Lsel Branch State Park, about 20 have plenty of beauty, danger,
wife; one daughter of which Henry Ford's son, < have to be moved. By late Saturday helped themselves to the goods
E.1 f- PoPPell: Told of his high sons L. O. Jr., and Charles; two Ford, Is President. Any boy miles from Starke. Rlggtn was the house will be at Its noise, power, mystery, and it's all and escaped through the side (
aching qualifications his studies sisters Mrs. Gallic Knight, of from 14 to 18 U eligible for mem Medical Examiner for the Pennsylvania new location; the government part of existing No god thought, door
' finance and budgeting and his Red Boiling Tennessee and Mrs.Cvo bership. To boys who wish to Railroad for 13 years, will take over and Immediately warned Mr Chapman, I I' beauty Night-watchman W L. Sllcox: :

(perlence in the past a. school > Daniels, of Cranvllle\ Tennessee I be part of Ford's natlon-wid came to Florida recently to take work will start on the new post- t without brain. had tried the side door at foura. .

''perintendent 0 f Bradford ; and three brothers A. S. sure-fire safety plan and who over his Veteran Camp duties, | office building. Barton 'Watahonig : m., had found everything In f
)unty. Denied his Jones and A. D. Jones both of would like to enter their big con- which 'will I I I also include the Townspeople are pleased with good order. It was shortly afterthat ,

ministration, hadar"run the Memphis and A. T. Jones, of : test, J. W. Andrews, of Starke's Brooker Camp, and Oluittee, side the lot and are glad It wal'ln'Cnecell8&ry Bartol Watshonlg, age 71, died time the robbery occurred, .
'aunty into debt" California. Ford Motor\ place, will be glad to camp to Brooker near Gaines to use one In an out- Friday. April 12. at the home of according to Mr.\ Blasingame.For l'I
George ville. lie says he asked to be two miles weeks now, Starke's citizens ,
'Inman: Asked re-elec- give full details. of-the-way spot An Ideal spot I p. friend I .R
n aa RePfe atatlve In State To Be Held \ I sent to Starke likes the people I for a pontofflce. It will stand aouth-east of town. have suffered at the hand j;
glalature; .tatln* he had the Bible Study I Ball Players InjuredA i and the State If It will ever warm just one block, north, off Call Watshonlg was born In Austria; ,, of some thief, or thieves, who an ;
er '' of up. It Is not known when he came to evidently planning to "make the t .
? the "old people" and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, chairman I Johns (Main) Street.it I ,u.
e "common class of theWoman' truck owned by Carl America He had lived about 20. rounds" before they depart. How-
people"' at heart. of the Bible Study "
nled! charges of Christian was involved last week In a serious Change, In Display years northeast of Starke, near I ever, Sheriff A. O. Andreu'and ,
that .
he "voted Society ) SingIt
:alnst accident In which two old Henan Williams place. I Starke's entire police force are rout
< the
the that
I .. RUral Electrification I Service, has announced were, V S. Et John's Western! Auto ,
I sonvllle baseball players Funeral services and burial to break up the routine.
"Songs of Zion" which Is basedon Store this week underwent minors j has been announced that theJackllOD'lIle ,I *
Ralph The truck Some of Starke's citizens lately'I ,
liijured. Lake Saturday
badly will at Klngiiley
studied on
will be department Gospel Singer I
The -
: Stated Psalms display
that he the front.
+ows what I 29 swiped tht9 car In which the boys repairs In at the before last at 3 o'clock. robbed are: Mr.\ ; and ),fl'.. Joe .;. p ,3
the April lead "sing"
has all-day
and Tuesday. the show-window an
people want In Monday of of I ,
'Presentative 8i I the were rl(llng. Gene Sullivan He Is .urvlved by a foster Wilson; J. W BudlInton: ; Stern's
at Church
and that he will and 0th, at 3:30: o'clock Frank been removed, and supplies now! Corinth Baptist d t
Y to fill the bUl. Will work ; home of bits W. E. Middleton. Chlcopee; MUSH., and on the cement, level Dinner will be served sunday'l l daughter living In Detroit, and a Garage; Starke Dry Cleaners and I ,
r Dill' age are Drews, of Buffalo, N. Y., were are placed I' nclce In Passaic, N. J, I D. A Monte Ith.
(Continued pensions and eumlna-I' All members of the society. I the ones most seriously Injured. with the rest of the floor. | jjiounds.
on page J urged to attend. r

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103 "Pay Up" kins, U. L. demons. H. R. Sapp HAMPTON "

Mrs. Mary E. Sparks, Mrs. A. M. By Miss Ada Nimmo 11 I ANNOUNCEMENTS"

SubscriptionsDuring Darby Jake Sapp. Mrs. W. C. POLITICAL

March demons T. E. Williams P. D. Rev. Smedley pastor of the

Reddish, L. R. Green M. C. Christian Church here filled his I For Circuit JudgeI For. County JudgeI For School Bo..d-ll.t. S I schools, and I h. i,
i'Sweeney. Roy Tomlinson. B. Y. for am a cltlien of Sttt'ke and If elected. School Board member be paid fm' ."h.
last .
A total of 103 new and old regular appointment Sunday announce my candidacy and have qualified from District Three I will discharge -I vice 1\ .. ',,
I I H. D. J. F. Kick- Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial Bradford County and thirh' m "iik, ,
Saxon. Carter morning and evening. Judge duty to the very best of t for
of County my
office teachers. ann'
to seek the .
subscribers "paid up" for their Circuit of Florida, In Group one, I ana mu ,
,I liter E. Lewis. C. A. Prlngle, Miss Miriam Guy who Is In and solicit the support of all democratic of Bradford County and If elected my ability not being swayed to and I be more jb, .,rn' "r flrl ...
Telegraph during the month of Elizabeth DeSue Victoria Barnes, electors In the 1940 Primary.. by the rood people of my Bounty, fro for the unmerited benefit of i better roads t", ', ".111. ?
I school at Tallahassee has recently D. IS. CNIGIL I will I serve them to the any person but will stand strictly ally our district .1 r atatII' .
March. We proud of our F. B. M. B. II. for an economical business-Ilk I all In I I"
are Cody. Herlong been the of her my ability. the lowe Drkct? '',
guest I
I parents .
DON 1... HOOVER administration. I will strive to for the :r'lo"l
continually growing family of, T. Shaw, Eaton Brown Mrs. t. the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. For Circuit Judge make Bradford County outstanding I proportion tn letting.. ,
Johnson SImmie B. Hunter. B. In educational work. and will I will ''ther
reaJers, and welcome our new ap- I favor legtsitt .lt1
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friends as warmly as the old C. Ousley. O. W. Andrews P. A. Guy.Mr. For County Judge predate your support O. C. I benefit the fa"II1"' Jnd thi!
and Mrs. B. L. Illnson are Eight years ago the good people I grower" I an, iI, "r, tile
friends who have been taking the Toplln, D. A. Griffis W. E. the parents of of Bradford County elected. me to range for mItt, "' tir QI 1&&
happy a new son
Oaugherty Geo. W. Thomas Car- be County Judge. and for seven I eliminate all nulm.ii ..Will
Telegraph for many. many years. For School Bo.rd-Ol.t. 9 ,i :
who arrived 1st. in an ef. put forth
Here are the March subscribers: lyle Ritch R. L. Kemp, H. J. April years I have served satisfactory them manner. I wish to announce that I will i making the lilY 10"1, ,,V"H}
Misses Martha and flcUnt and be a candidate for the office of I llnlll I.t
W. F. Moore Blake Betty the : mical and raUOIH..p"ctfllll
Thomas operated
T L. Walnwrlght Mrs. A. A. and at the same time School Board Member. front District Safe

'. Smith. Miss Ruth Zelgler. Miss Jackson. Ernest J. Raulerson.;" E.T. Home left this week for Reesvllle office at an extremely Therefore.low without cost to Three comprising Hampton Graham -I 41>1IItll..
S. C. where will visit the tax payers. Brooker and New Ulvor. If hAL
Irene Prescott W. E. Bryant R. Parrlsh B. M. McRae Mrs. they hesitation. I hereby announce for elected, I will perform my dutiesIn T.

U. Parmenter. Mrs. Blanche Edwards D.: T. Clarke E. W. Dlnklns, R., their grandmother.Mr. re-election as support. County and Judge vote. and a business-like manner and give For

T. C. Edwards Mrs. Florence J. Davis, Jas. W. Prevatt Miss and Mrs. Riley. Wasden of ask E. for K.; FERRYMAN.your County Judge. my building time of and our energy schools to always the up.using I I Wish to.I.p..h..n.anhuotuult .

Varnedoe T. J. Mcintyre, Ruth Johnson. E. S. Slbley Mrs. Graham attended preaching here economy where economy should I dacy Stat. for Itepi'es..fltait.my

Chas B. Flood D. G. Kelly Miss E. J. Flynn. Miss Vera Galney last Sunday evening. For Couch Commissioner--..,,3 be used. Thanking. you In advance I I County.Legislature If .letted froth *J1'

Floy Thomas Mrs. C. A. Young- I Mrs. P. A. Moore. W. H. Harrell. James Minton of Tampa has I hereby for announce County Commissioner myself.' a candidate for your 'HANK,support T.I ABERNATHY.am, sincerely I''guard this the Interest ,f th.Pof >

blood Ury O. Sapp S. E. Sparks. Enoch Kelley: C. A. Duriing, Mrs. recently returned to his home District number three, and earnestlysolicit bill that county tend and to ,will l>*

:Mrs. Carrie Ingram. Millard Judd. H. L. Hough. C. G. Priest S. R. after a visit with his brother, A your vote and discharge support pro-the For School Hoard am against the N, 11Cr,55 Jo'ell't"

W L. Brown Mrs. Lizzie Thomp- Johns S. R. Johns Jr., P. B. M. Minton. duties ml"ln&' of It elected said office to In a fair, I nomination hereby announce as a member my candidacyfor of the provide percent. adequate I will pen.S.V*

Prevatt. Mrs. Mattle Markey.. F. .econcmicl antI tusineas.iike man School Board! from District Two. needy of this atal, ,
Mrs. J. M. Maxwell has returned n..r. Thanking you for your *siMtance nate "red and ,t.
subject to the will of the Democratic tape I '
M. Merritt W H. Smith Mrs. to her home after spend I am. voters In the Primary Election bill that favo.s ,. ,III\%, .'*'

ing several weeks with friends : iI tours respectfully I May 7. If elected I will diligently tlon or Interest ,.'? a
J. Green A. L. Crosby Jr., J. M'I I R. 1... LEE people. I know *
work for better Bradford "!hot, ( tff,
and relatives I n Savannah and this county want' lito'
Underbill. Geo. Cone. A. C. County schools. Your vote and support hem to iml j' IIIU
ben ,r
{ W. J. Robinson. C. B. Hayes E. Jacksonville. For fousty ('">mml.."l"r7'Ji"1.tnty! appreciated.Respectfully, the good of the e ,u II".Ji11
nc Mr. ami Mrs. Plckren had I will be a the advancement
as District I S. E. SPARKS.For V.1
If B. Shlpman. M. Rhoden L. M. I Commissioner from cally or I
wIll financial!
their guests today their daughter, South Iark... subject to the support will beII t jr"' *,
J1MCARY Murrhee Mrs. A. A. Annie E. C. Mary Lou Pickren of Jackson of the voters In the Democratic, School! "..a rd. Dlst. a II,
I primary May 7. If elected. I pro- I hereby announce myself a candidate
Priest, L. R. Starling E. L. Williams ville. mice to carry out the duties of the for School Board member __n.II.PH ALl
To the Voters of the Eighth Judicial the best of my ability. -
office to from District Two. subject to the
2a'CONGRSS John D. Bowers M. O. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest Circuit: I am a candidate for r Your vote and support will be will of the voters In the Democratic Per Itrprcsrntsi,

farrell M. B. Jones Mrs. R. T. and baby of Miami are visiting Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial greatly. appreciatedRespectfully., primary of May 7. if you I wish to annoiin. 110'1'(,,
Mr. and Mrs. Circuit to succeed Judge A. Z. want your school affaIr. kept out be candidate f 0 ,
T. F.
Bell Mrs. C. S. McCornack Hal Ad kins. I shall appreciate your O. C. CASON. of politics and run In a sound your Kepresentnmt rn.piw?, V1
M. L. Watterson of vote and support. .economical business-like mannerI Legislature tilt
manager subjoin( ,
V Y. Maines W. D. Faxon Floyd the city water works here was Gainesville.HENRY I. Florida ORAY I For County Coaml..I..n"r-OI... 3 respectfully solicit' your vote and ocratlc Primary In May t 'lii,

-.4 I. Green. Mrs. Geo. Mueller Mrs.J. transacting business in Starke I am qualified. and announce my-I upport. W. SMITH. I am asking tht- people,! ,,,
-- self a candidate for the o"\c\: C, county to continue ,
(Paid Political Advertisement\) T. Johnson. W. E. Griffis. last Saturday. I County Commissioner rrom vl.trle- flne.noe In ma--- hi. Ka-..i_,,,_,,
For Circuit' Judge '
The Baptist W. M. U. will, TO THE VOTERS OF TUB I : subject to the will of the 1940.vot1 For School Hoard' -DUt. 1 your lence Representative. nll1l Vr ,
May 7th. of
election day. active
EIOHTH i:1." 11 on I hereby announce my candidacy svi vii-e in ,
serve cream and cake at and support will be ap. of
the I I am a candidate for nomination I vote for member of School Board from Representatives first .. r
HELP ELECTN. school building next Friday even- Tor reappointment as Judge of the'. predated. and will aid me In a District No. I, Lawtey. subject to clerk and ax i
humane cause-that of helpingunderprivileged the will of the voters In the primary qualifies me to render".
Eighth Judicial Circuit. If I am for
D. Jr. Ing.beginning at 8:30: o'clock. nominated and reappointed I will children of Bradford election' nf. May 7. It electedI greater and more complett ,;
Wainwright, Have the tax puyeru $27.600 County. I will wol k for the best .Interest. I am 100 percent' for ,
XOTICR or APPLICATION of all schools In the Your ..an ee.
I will appretlate. your vote and UeH.ectf..Jly.HFor county.
) YOUR TAX COLLECTOR FOR TAX I>KKIftrasife > "UI>>rt- vote and support will be ap.. I will continue K 'PMMt
; ( BUI No. KM A. Z. ADKINS. preciated. cultural Legislation for iu
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN. fount r (.omml."I..l'-nl.t. 3 Respectfully.. fits of the farmer..

\ Pn>sre....l e Vouns Hentiwrst nnd That. R. S. Wasdln holder of Tax I hereby announce myself a can- J. H. ( BUDDY) NORMAN. I will continue my fight! t,
'. Lifelong llrsldent of Bradford Certificate' No. 101. Issued. the 4th For Clerk of she Circuit Court didate for County Commissionerfrom Interest rates of finance o

?' County day of July A. D. 1827. ban. fliedsame To the people of Bradford County: District Three (South Starke) For School Hoard_Dint. 1 decrease I will of continue tc votefr t
l' In n.y office and nun made Sincerely trusting that I be subject to action of the voters In I taxes
A World' War' Veteran itnd FrleudTo application for a tax deed to be permitted to continue to serve may you the Democratic Primary of May 1. for hereby Member announce of The my School candidacy Board the I am for inCreased nnikv
All the People iHxued thereon. Said certificate em 1940. I In favor of better roads I aged Widow' and< d
t as your Clerk of the Circuit Court am from DlHtrict 1, subject to the will I chlldr..n.
J: HIM liiallllratluns Are' I'nqueslloneil.lie the following described I announce my candidacy for this for our county and If elected. will of the voters In the primary election I will
property In the sponsor and ij
County of Brad office subject to the next Democratic work for the good of our county of May 7. I promise It! work f
i Han Ne,.r llefnre' Asked firounty ford. State of Florida. to-wlt: Primary. I appreciate the kindness at all """". elected. to bringto the itrlnilnlxlra, passage of IPKlnl.iilnr ton
,l (' OfficetOI'lt Lot 1 of fJIk 2 In KWL, of NHV and confidence shown J. L. WTNN. medicines to the Siatu' Bui
me by Lion of the Hdiool affairs
In Oraho.ni. of ourcounty Health for the ,
Section 29 list f
\ Township all of our people. and In return I the respect. and confidenceof the p,
1 Smith, Range 21 Bint. .
tOTIOl" The assessment of the said prop I have hold rendered office, and will for continue BO long at to County ("n.I..lon.r-"I..I., 3 all concerned patrons:;; pupils andteachers )I am for bitti-, load I
1..1' candi In K business like
wish to announce man county.
erty under the cold my
lit: .,.'. ..1-;( I tTKIlM) i.OGItF)1ItUKItI1) certificate Issued render every service. and courtesy Commissioner ner. I will appreciate. vote. I
for County your for
wan In the name of Mm. I). In Your am the t:> 10 tar ]10.
., my power. assistance will
A. Harry. be appreciated. from District Three. (South Starke), It. A. H13HOP. I will support (the school
Unless said certificate shall beredesmed I miilect to the will of the votersIn teachers.
\. ( Paid Political Advertisement) .. according to law .the A. J. : the Democratic Primary of May For School, Honril-Dlst. 1 I feel that I air well s< t

J,I property: described therein will be 7. If .elected I will at all timesguard I hereby announce my candidacy with the wishes ",,'I cli>.ir.M
BO 1.1 to the THO\IAS'I the Interest. of the County people of Bradford
highest bidder at the Far Countr Tus (' fur re-election as School Doar.m.nb..r jounty
court house door on the first Mon- I hereSy an though they were my personal from District, One Lawtey unselfishly protect your li
I day In the month of June, 1940 Ie succeed announce my ', bUHlnesx. Your vote and support In the Democratic primary election upon the floor of the Row
4t which IH the 3rd day or June, imoHated of Bradford myself County as., subject Tax Collector to the I will be hlfchlv appreciated.Sincerely "t May 7. My only promise Is that I assure. you thai I ,,'11I..
t this 16th day of April Democratic I will continue to work for the best to the dictates of a few eoq
primary to be held
AFFAIRS 1940. 7th., 1940. 1 have tried to render, R. F. ( mill) Interest of ALL the schools In our interests who attempt la i
(OFFICIAL pollie and
SEAL) A. J. Thomas county. proflteei. it tbeei
KEPT OUT OF POLITICS AND you faithful honest and efficient .
RUN ON A Plerk of the
of Circuit. Court of Bradford service as your Tax Collector Iearnestly ('..un(,' ( .. .ntuioner.list. 1 J. II. MOORE. taxpayer.
f r-ountv.: Florida 4-19 5t 6-17 If you as a voU-i, fuel It
solicit I hereby announce my candidacy I
SOUND ECONOMICAL BUSINESS BASIS your support and experience
will I IK
It elected I I for County ConinilHKlorier of District of nu
again shall continue ,
iv TIIR For County School Superintendent Bradford
cornr or County II
aad a Incapacity
to render you the One comprising I.awtey -
VOTE FOR FI.OKII KKillTII Jt'lMCIAt I have In the past.same service as Vicinity subject. to the Democratic I hereby announce my candidacy your voti dnd...
for the office of of
rliirriT. IV ANt> FOR HIIAII.FOIIII C. A. KNH3HT. Primaries In May. If elected I Superintendent support will be rifiitlv appn
corvTY. iv ('11',"('''.R'-. promise honest and faithful attention Public Instruction of Bradford GEORGE!: ILl
OIlllRIt OK PUBLICATION"_ ,- to the duties of the "office. County subject to the will of the

W.P.SMITH NOTICH TO APPEAR ( TO TIIR VOTKR OF IIIIAUFOIIU The vote and support of the citizens election Democratic on electors May 7. 1940.In the It primary electedto BUS SCIIKDl; ;
TO: BITHEn T. of the
STEWART: U ( OLNTv district are respectful.y this Important office I pledge to Northbound,
R. WATKRS and J. K. DOl'OTASS sol.cMed..
FOR J. M. MITCUKI.l.,: H. T. SHAW and didacy I HEREBY for Tax announce Collector my of Brad can T. T. nUACKBURX sane the people and sound of this administration' county a safe ol l Leaves Starke at 2:20:

his wife, AMONIlA SHAW: fHA.S ford County. I have never held the duties Involved. Your vote andartlvn 12:30: p. m., 1:43 p. m.,. <

I' MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD ROBERTS KOFEKTS: J.and l>. McT.KMORB wife EDMONIA and any people. office of this within County the gift before.at the If Fur County that Comsulesioner-flist my record as your. Ilielieving preciated.support will be greatly ap m.. and 10:10: p. m.

DISTRICT NUMBER TWO wife.,.\ tWain unmarried B. McLKMORK; H. (J elected I will give you efficient' County Commissioner for my "first DR. WJ K. MIDDLETON Sou'hboundLeaves
; 'courteous'
: Vj and faithful In'
and service term entitles me to a second tern, Starke at 2.40 t
P, wife, AUdI Is. PITTS: this I office.
F. I. McCAI.r. and wife, MARY I. Sincerely' I I I I I hereby for announce re-election myself as as County a Candidate For' t'ountr Superintendent 10:20: a. m., 2:20: { p. m. IK
McPALIj; W. R. McORKriOll; n. RcNEII.I. N. D. I After moving" back home my
,;. (Paid Pulltl.nl Advertisement I !\[ $; T. M. BAISDEN; ('. P ., for District NumberOne many friends. throughout the county p. m..
HAKKKIt; JOHN ALEXANDER I support, will be ap have persuaded me to run, for Bu-, "_YVowllwtnml, ___'._u.,,.....
10HAHAlII. and wife.. I'1n... preciated.'r' ....rfnlen..nt of'. _Puhli"__ _I"'r..M'ftft.._.. __...
HAM whose true --Christian name' I hereby County Till, Assessor D. REDDISH. I for Bradford County. u I hereby announce .u. Leaves Starke at 5..35 ;

In ,unknown, : .TAMES: I... <( wife, KITTIK M. lATE! ; J. M. Assessor of Taxes. office of! For' ('..nnty ('....ml..I'-.I.... Superintendent of Public Instruction EMb"ulIIl

SHAM', widower; I* M WATERS::!I With my experience and the At the request of many of my for Bradford County sub
VOTE FOR and wife, WATEHS. whose In the way of tax reduction results friends, I hereby announce my candidacy ject to the primaries In May 1940. Leaves Starke lit :3.20: p
true Christian name In unknown I for County Commissioner. of I promise If elected' .
; during my present ,administration, a fair. honest Ticket office and bus le,
WILLIAM! 61.l nrilOflEKS!! and wife, I feel no hesitancy In district number. one, Lawtey. subject economical and businesslike admin
I E. W. Hayes DRIOUI2RS, whose true Chris- the continued support of asking the voters.for to the will of the Democratic. istration. I earnestly solicit your Conway's Service Station, j
thin name In unknown ; II. <'. If re-elected. I promise four more voters of the district. I feel that vote and support. Highways 13 and 48.
\V.\r.I>MAMKIl. also known as H. years of courteous and efficient my past experience well qualifies E. R. POPPELL.
TAX ASSESSOR C. WALTHOiril and wife, service. "me, to perform the duties of thisoffice
WALDHAL'EH. whose true Chris I Thanking satlKfactorlly. Thanking you NEW mAIN SCUDNorthbound
you most sincerely for For' Superintendent ...
tlnn name In unknown; L. W. your vote and support I (or past and future support I amRe"p..ctfully. PublicInstruction

4. HAW wtf.. II. JNO.I). EAR R...;BAKU I>. U. AMFJLElt JR. and; Yours respectfully am I J. M.. ROSIER I hereby announce as a candldUe No. 2 Leaves 5:28: A. tt I !
W. R. LANK and wife M. A. I K. W. HAYES. for re-election In the :Primary
My official duties are such that It IH.or LANK; CAMPBKLL: BROTHERS i; o to he lucid May 7. 1940. I have No. 192 Leaves 6:23: A.I.\.

ulll h., Impossible for me to make \ '. R MASSEY: and wife. C. C. roe ('onol, Comnilmtfoner-. 5 served the people of Bradford No. 108 Leaves :5:36: P. \11
a. house to house campaign as I :MASSBY: ; J. 1). I.ANK and wife For County 'r. .. Assessor' I wish to announce that I am a County for the past eleven years
II would like to do. I trust you will .. LANE whose true Christian I take pleasure In announcing my candidate for the office of fountv and have held the people their No. 102 Arrives 1:50: P. \U

'ake this Into consideration when you name In unknown; If any be llvIIIB candidacy for the office of Tax Commissioner from District Five. I children and their Interest foremost SouthboundNo.
murk your ballot on May 7. Your -. and If dead. their respective' Assessor. of Bradford County, sub earnestly solicit the support of the I In everything. I have tried
vole will be hIghly appreciated and unknown heirs at law ject to the Democratic Primary voter,. always to glve-yuii the best schools 1 Leaves 11:35: P. X

If re-elected will promise you four legatees. grantees and .... dllvlll.I and May 7. I honorably solicit the vote M. O. HARRELL./ possible and If you will favor me No. 191 Leaves 10.53{ : P. \11
more, years of fair courteous, andefficient PKNIHULAR! NAVAL HTORES support of the people and If with this election I promise only
service.Pal PO.MPANY; a corporation: BROOK- and elected, 1 promise a fair. Impartial For ('..anl,. (.n.n.I..lon.II" S one thing and that. Is continued Improvement No. 107 Leaves 9:30: { A. \U

Ell TURPENTINE COMPANY, a economical ad m I nl..trallon. I wish to .announce my candidacy' of schools and better No. 101 Leaves TOO: A. 31:
corporation ; C'ON OLIDATEU Sincerely' yours, for re-election as County Commissioner i advantages for ;your children. I
( I") Political Advertisement L.17CIAN O. HAZKN. -I am your servant and
) NAVAL STORES COMPANY. a corporation from lUstrlct' 6. Brooker and at your ser
WILSON & TUOMRR: :New River. I feel that my past I vice at all times. Thanking you SINCE 1883
FERTILIZER : '' your vote anti support
COMPANY a corpor. experience innkes me more cap.ble'ut May 7,
at Ion ; R1VERHIDE: HOSPITAL! a To For Sheriff! Bradford County handling the office than before I 1940 I am yours for better schools, Ballard's Snow Liniment
corporation : and JAS. T. SUITOR' r the voters of Bradford County: and If re-elected 1 promise to give A.. J. QRIFFIS. been an inexpensive aid inning
I and JNO. McltA"1. Trustees. hereby announce myself a candidate I
BH for you the best. service that I ,
can possibly
the Florida for re-election to the office of the discomforts of Mtfj
Company a render. For ( ..
Thanking you .11 nntp' ftchool Superintendent
corporation; and their Sheriff and If nominated and reelected for Congestion that accomH
respective I
your past and future support, hereby announce.
.' unknown grantee, ,successors andassigns efforts, to I give promise a clenn to continue my Yours respectfully, I I for the office of Superintendent my candidacy. of Sprains Strains. Bruises am'

; and any persons natural honest progressive T. D. DYAL.. Public Instruction for Bradford cular Soreness from over-e"'
'.r corporate, clulmlnic Impartial. and fearless ad. !
any right I County If
mffTY till or Interest In and to the fol ministration, and enforcement of the I honest, f n i'.tednJ promise an or undue exposure. In 3CiOc *
\. ?, lowing described lands or any por. l law. I earnestly solicit your sup For County ('....ml"I..o"f..... :2 administration of economical bottles.JU'NTEU'S. ...
port. I offl('".
II lion thereof, situate lying and be.InA' wish to announce that I am a I S
earnestly sollrlt (;,\ :
your vote
In the county of Bradford, and A. O. ANDREI'. cnnilidnte. for member of the Board support. Respectfully and
State' of Florida and more particularly >f County Commissioners from DIsirlrt ,
t described a.: Two subject to will of Demratlc (I. E. McOAULEY
; For' "Sheriff' ''" voters of Bradford County -
I.i>t Three (3) ; the East Half I wish to announce my candidacy 1 Ir( elected.. I will strive to rendera : Por' Ms.. "ennl.r
Do Your Trading ( KM\ ) of the North: Half <( of Lot Four ( 4)I : all of Lot J ject to the Democratic primary to my ability I offer my record as Union and Bradford Counties, : HOLLANEFOR
Five C6) ; the South' Halt (S..:)
where (B J pieces Rogers Silverware are of Lot Six (6) ; the North will discharge' the duties of the of.nee W M. (MITCH EDWARDS. Or Mtnt- _Uanntr__m...... .....|..>.|__.A. *.u_ ......_,i S. '
Three-Quarlers (N 3-4) of to me best of my knowledge I ,i'rimaries of May 1940. If elected.. GOVERNO'Recognized
Ki\ea away with every $10 in trade Lots Seven (7), Klght (8), and mid ability and I earnestly snlu-lt "',.. Comity .m..I..I..II. :a I I shall work for an Increase In old
or certificates.Are :Nine:i (9) : the North Halt (N.,,) the vote and support of all the At the request of a few of age assistance, fur the blind and
of Lot Ten- (10) and the North voters of Itradford County. Yours' mend* I again offer my crippled, and for orphans. I will
Krilcriui'i. Twelte If) .., respectfully. myself as a i
( acres the South 'iindltfttte for cooperate with you people and by everY
County Commissioner
: In (',..h If SMITH'S Half (SH) of Lot Ten ( lU); :\r. L. JOHNS. from District Two pledging you guard your Interest at all times.
GARAGE all In Section Seven (7). Town. Your vole and
You Choose that I will give you the best service support will be quaintance as h"
ship Seven (7) South highly
Ranee tlmt I can possibly render. ThankIng appreciated.Sincerely.
: STARKE. FLORIDA Twenty (20) East. For 'vupenlsor of Ileal. rntlon you for past and future sup yours, aggressive and earl
YOIT AND HAd OF YOU of I am a candidate for the office port I am. DREW H. DUKES

whether known or unknown are !Bradford Supervisor of Registration of Respectfully, and yet fair and Jibe r
n- hereby notified that a suit has the County Florida subject to. L. ... CONNER. "". .t.'e Senator
been brought against you In the Democratic Primary and 1''.- To voters nf' Ur.dford and
.___. Circuit Court for Bradford County spectfully solicit your vote and Fee (....! (. Count es: I take. thin methnd of Union -Lake_ Wales Times'REELECT
support. f .amiusI.s.flist. 4 an.
It will ba Impossible for me to Florida, In nounclng
Chancery by LEI.AN11 JAMES: I I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
F. HOLI-INOSWORTH. my candidacy .
h A. ItltOWN and his wife, MINNIE I Senator for the
call voter
on ea personally of Fifteenth
tprl.lnllf Cemmls-
U 1IHOWN: that the nature of .. fneDrWt ?l.'Jf.l2r'al.' >
before election. Please consider said suit Is to quiet and confirm the Four com .Br < and con.
plaintiffs', title and the title of For Supervisor ItearUtratlou' voting precincts of, Counties and Union
this mesKURe a personal call _- I wish to Oraham Hampton, and Theress'' earnestly sollct the
their ultimate grantees by warranty ror announce my candidacy If elected I support and vote of all Democratic
,_ uom me. deed to the lands above described the office of Supervisor of faithful and promise an honest, 'voters. Yours respectfully
Registration ef economical admini
; and you are hereby re.qilr..d Bradford County stration of M. deiANDEW
said J.
office. SAPP
to file with the Clerk of subject to the will of the voters In
Us Trade Th.
Let vote and -
t the of -
support all
xnld 'ourt In his office In Starke Primary of May 7,
I, Florida your written appearance t*<0. I feel. that I am capable of Democratic voters are earnestly *.. S.a. Senator

You vote for me on May 7th. II I personal or by attorney) In said parrying out the duties of this of. solicited.'I.. I am announcing for State Senator -
,[ suit on the first Monday In May firs and promise to serve the _pee- C. CHASTAIN. fur Ur..dlord and Union tout,.
I will gibe you 4 >cura of efficient I A. I). 1940. being the sixth day pie to the best of my ability. Tour tied "uhJ..t to Ma y D.mocratlo

ervlce ii. of said month and thereafter to vote and support will ba sincerely: far ( easily ('... ...-Ol... 4 I'rhnarle"L .
j % i file with said Clerk your written spprei-lated. I hereby announce myself a can- fitvori aid In farming business.
defenses. If any to the bill of comI .1. F. Klckllter alriate for re-election .. County I "ores and livestock Industrlss -
I plaint In said suit at the time prescribed Commissioner from District number : cheaper auto tags; more -
by law. four comprising the voting money 'or aged, blind, widows and
Herein fall not or Judgement *'., "u..er'.l... at Reclstrutlvu of Orsham. Hampton prerind. and- orphans living ; <
will he entered against you by To The oters of Bradford County: There""... If re-elected I promise drivers wages for laborers, bui
default. I am formally announcing my. to lo my duty ..0t he best of and teachers.
Vote For And Elect my Your
; THE BRADFORD candidacy for Htinervlsor of Itegls.ration ability.: Thanking you for past and vote will he appreciated *'
TRr.EUItAPH. ( for Bradford (.ounly "uhJ..t future support. I amIteupeotfully Sincerely IC .r
E. n. I'I'15E1.L -. 1.1' circulation a published newspaper In of Brad gen. to the will of the voters of KH.SKMT UK WITT.

ford County, Florida. Is hereby. this' county on May 7th l 1&40. It. *. WAHD. -
I' designated' a. the I realise' that I am the first Far' lit... Heaatar
County School SUIJe which this notice shall be pub. this woman to seek a public office In V.r "."*. Heard-..!>!.. a ford I am "..kln* the voters of Brad
lished county. However I am sure' I an'l Union
011cC a week hereby t'o..nll.
for four announce
lie I. Qualified secutive weeks prior to said sixth con duties I am fully capable of handling the' dldute for re-election myself from a School ean n,,,. ?. 'In the coming to primary noml.

day of May A. P. 1940. I have connected with ibis "rfu-e. llnanl l>l.trlot No, I subject to the their rienator. I will '
l'E. R. POPPELL WlTNEScI( my hand and; seal nf years and lived In this county IX I action of vottrs at the Primary 1 four support and vote. If electee
said Court at Starke Florida this democratic ha. supported the &f.es> 7. l*1A. If elect.il I promise ". to work for a llhVrVlrlml
4th day of April A. >. l 194)). will party tOO percent and,I I.. continue a fslr. conscientious and pension for the old the blInd the U.S.SENATCPIMOCRATIC
:_ OFFICIAL. SEAL) l. J. appreciate your Vote and any eoultable ( .d. and the n.nt. ...
Thomas. administration
raid Polltlial Ailv.rtl... support nf this of. ? with d.
iricnt! ) you may offer.sincerely. Pendent MA1t4
Clerk fice rnlldreni
circuit Court, Bradford to the h..t of my ability, : anil W1MART
'J p ) leavor t..
County, Florid 4.ft (t f.j li..p.cifuliy. ellmlnale the rVd'tapi
) ANDERSON\ iLj.! rs MCVSI P"...l..... I will work uualify for for belter this Paid political advertlK*


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U'IUL Z6, 1910 m:.\n."OlU) COL 'Cl' y
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t e Of These Eleven Men Will Be The Next Governor- Of Florida '

Barbee Clancey Fraser Holland Maples Paty Schoepf '
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B. 51, born in tt Burton Schoepf, 49, born la !
Flowery nS"Ga.
H. Clancey 68. born in
45 born la
? E. Barbee B Came to Carl Maples of Wakulla was a B. F. Paty. 46, born In Warren Washington D. C Came to
ille. Ky. Came to Flor- Ann Arbor, Mich. Lives In PanFlorida in 1925. Lives in St. SPessard L. Holland. 47, born candidate four years ago polling County. Tenn. Came to Florida Florida In 1028. Lives In Tampa.

1S25, Lives in Jacksonama City. Lawyer and lecturer.Augustine.. Owner of "Fountain in Barlow. Florida. Lives there a relatively small vote at that In 1922. Lives In West Palm Recently resigned as head of ,
flnlster, of Youth." now Is a lawyer time. Beach. Lawyer. Tamlaml Trail Tours. : ,

JUM BRANCH here urday with after her spending parents.last Mr.week and SAMPSON CITYBy Supervisor Wants BROOKERBy Absentee Voting Van Roy t.,

[MNs! Elizabeth Ilarnage Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Etta Fay Dyal Mrs. L. L. Parker
Everyone EnumeratedAny Started MondayIn
and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mrs. Jack Mathews of Tenn- Mrs. Richard Smith and daughter Brooker la beginning to feel Office 1't...

obble, of Sampson City essee has returned to her home ,. Dorothy Jean, of Lake Butler person who believes he has the rush that comes each year Judge's r :.
and Mrs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs not been enumerated In the 1940 with the of the ,
(guests of Mr. after spending a few days here gathering crops. Absentee voting began Monday -
W. H. Smith last week. census is requested to send his who and will \LI tr 'I i &
I Sapp Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman. Everybody can In the office of County Judge I
and Mrs. Herman Moody Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Harper of name to Census Supervisor Ben picking berries, English peas 01. E. K. Ferryman, and will continue ti
Mrs. Acres Chapman of Jack- Sanford Caldwell, Box 372, Lake City..: The
hildren of LaCrosse wereguests were guests of their son- digging red bliss potatoes. through Friday, May' 3. There 9
of Mr. and Mrs. J.fcp sonville to spending a few days In-law and daughter. Mr. and Fla. last of this week will also find; has been a good demand for the ,
Sunday. here'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Varnes Friday night.E. Persons having farms nurseries some picking squash. So far the absentee ballots, which is Indlca j .

and Mrt B. M. McRae Mrs.: J. S. Sapp.T. D. Jones left Sunday for or hatcheries .who have not prices are good. live of the Interest being createdIn "I,

hildren of Pine Level were ., N. Norman of this section Wildwood where he will be em- been enumerated are also requested Eva Fay Gainey left Sunday to the May primaries. Judge Per-
relatives in this section and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRaeof ployed for a few weeks. to send in their names spend a few days with her sisters ryman said ,

Pine Level were visiting rela- Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Wynn and and addresses.The In South Florida. The Florida Supreme Court re tt

'and Mrs. William Sapp of tives In Sanderson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Varnes following blank may be Many people from here attended cently ruled out all absentee votIng

were visiting relatives Mr and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of were dinner guests of Mr. and clipped and used for this purpose: the political meeting nt Hell- from outside the State 01

unday the State Farm were visiting Mrs. Lonnie Goodge Saturday. On April 1, 1940 I was livingat bronn Monday night. Florida. The three legal methodsby .

A. J. Williams returned Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Sat- Mrs. Mary Wiggins of Jack- the address given below but Miss Jaunitu McKenzie of Ft. which a person can exercise :

home in Jacksonville sat-, urday afternoon. sonville was the week-end guestof to the best of my knowledge I Pierce Is visiting her mother, his right to vote In the State, :I'\\

her son and daughter-in-law have not been enumerated. Mrs. S. M. Hulrd. Miss Mc- are: ...j.1/!,<

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wiggins.Mr. : Kenzle is being entertained ex- 1. By appearing at the polls In

VOTE FOR and Mrs. E. B. McKinney RISINGBy 'tensively during her stay here. his home precinct on election day
and Mrs. Hamp Jones were visiting Mrs. II. II. Lewis Mrs. Larson Mints and Mrs. and there cast his ballot

T. C. CHA STAIN Vernon Cooper In Gainesville Abe Crosby of Jacksonville were. 2. If the voter ;is out of his Frederick Von Roy lives at.
Luther Smith and little .
Saturday. daughter I visiting their parents },Ir. and home county on election day but Crystal River and In In the abut 11' '.
For County CommlSl oner-DI..trlct Four Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and Kitty, of Jacksonville were Mrs. L. R. Gainey, last week. Is In the State of Florida he may r act business. I. ,','
vlMftlngr his brother-in-law and :,
comprising Voting' Precincts of Graham. daughter. Mamie, of Starke were I Mr. ond Mm. J. K. Douglas and go to any voting precinct In the
sister. Mr. and Mrs Reed Taylor, I I '
Hampton, and TheressaIf visiting friends and relatives here family were In Lake Butler last State and there, upon presenting Walker ; ,
the proof of his qualification as a I '
Sunday afternoon. Wednesday attending picture '
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomasof Hhow. voter (registration certificate) vow j',, 't'I
elected, he promises an honest, faithful, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby of Lacrosse spent a recent week- will be given a ballot. He will t I
Mr. and Mrs O. J. Mott, Bon-
and economical administration of said office Rising were guests of Mr. and end with Mrs. Thomas' parents then mark the ballot. Should he
nie Mott and Juanita McKenzie : .
Mrs. Lem Brown Sunday after :Mr and Mrs. H. H. Thomas desire I to vole for any county officer I '
were vlnltlng In Lake Butler
noon. Miss Ruth Lewis of Jacksonville who would not be listed on
'F" A Vote for Chaataln Is a vote for the befIt and :Mr. and Mrs. Russell Monday night. the ballot in the county where he

.t Interests of tbe district All legal blanks, promissory Carter of Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Margraves 11\ voting, he would, under the

notes, retain title notes, carried heir parents Mr. and'Mrs. Bert and family spent Sunday after. proper heading, write the name
(Paid Political Advertisement) l. In stock by the Bradford County Shaw, Sunday before last. noon with Mrs S. M. Ilalr.l. of the candidate for whom he
Telegraph. Mr. and MrH. Leo H. McKennon wishes to vote and place a cross R h n ..T
Elder S. J. Akers of Gainesville -
made a business trip to Jack- mark after the names so written .
was visiting friends here recently -
I sonville Monday. In. uw ,NJ
x r4v M Bob and Gene Long spent the 3 Persona who expect to be ou
ky v Mr. and Mrs. Reed Taylor left
9.yJ S week-end with their parents, Mr. of their home county on electlo i r
last week for their home In :
and Mrs \F:. C. Long. day may vote In the office of r rlIanll
Alabama, after upending the
For SENATOR tr'i' winter here. Friends will be glad to know the County Judge within not
that Mrs Otis Barry Is ImprovIng more than fifteen nor less than
after a recent linens.( three days prior to the day of
Don't forget Sunday School election. In the first primary
1I and church every Sunday at the hone days will be April 22 to

VOTE FOR t,, x I 1s Baptist church here with the Rev.G. May 3, inclusive

ave 'd s E. McGauley pastor. There can be no more voting
We regret to report that Mrs. by-mall outside the State of Flor
tp Al1ic9 Howard, Mott Is 111 and has been Ida. Thus la the rule made October -
Walker 39, born in Duval
FRED P. CONE. hospital taken to for the medical Alachua attention.County 10. 1939, by the Florida bounty, Florida. Lives In Ocala. j
U a Supreme Court. 011 company distributor I i'I

t Here Is an example of how It
used to be done: Warren
Miami--Mistaken for Ideer .1
while hunting tripIn Mr, clank, who In having his
One of the best "Watchdogs of thePeople's on a pre-dawn
I fa
'EQUALJUSTICE the \Everglades with three other vacation In the Georgia hills

had men yesterday, John I. Lucas, 51, planning to stay through election, .
Money" Florida. ever wax shot to death. Sheriff L. J. but he wants to vote for Mr. X, a
TO ALL wild the of Bradford Countythe man t
Thorp of Collier\ County 'r
man's brother-in-law, Clyde Par- he's always thought would<
I rlsh, made the error. He mis- good one for "that" job, the man
*" for I/I,
ls send a man to Washington who knows HOW TO Read the record....1be'owf".. re.IENCE took Lucas flashlight for a reflection he vowed he'd vote for when the
VE. Let's send a man who knows not only the >ourrlf how V and In- Able lawyer buincu, man citnu grow r, from the deer's eyea. time came. The time Is here, ,
dUCE\C1 State world war veteran, Past President State and Mr. Blank IK In Virginia. So
OF GOVERNMENT but also the BUSINESS. cTnty incomet Lucas, survived by a adaughter
creased State and Bur.Teacher and experienced: executive., and three brothers, he, already a registered voter. ,
t GOVERNMENT a man whose RECORD proves the department under his sup- and In Starke, writes to
e a e : 14 from :
>at t he knows how to combine GOOD GOVERNMENT'friion how he ha put came to years ago Judge K. K. Perryman and receives
''th SOUND ECONOMY. Florida head and shoulders above (Paid Political Advertisement) Tampa. from hIm by registered

I ho other Southeastern Stated in mall, an absentee ballot, which
.'s send a man to the U.. S. Senate who has "Horse- aid for the aged and blind Mr. Blank marks and sends back
cnse." A man whose rich store of plain, down-to-earth now UK: HAS CUT EXPENSES I WISH; TO TAKK THIS OPPORTUNITY TO by registered mall.

raighl-forwardness and honesty will win added re- OF TIIK: GOVERNOR'S OFFICE THANK MY KUIKNDS;:./ THROUGHOUT TilE This can be no longer done by

lct for the State that sent him there. nv 64 PERCENT. CO.1STFOn THEIR SUPPORT WHICH HAS resident of the State of Florida L rr


Expenses Under The Governor's SupervisionATE By Mr*. Oscar Carter

BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT in- Total decreases in expenses for these NOT RK ABLE TO MEt= ALL OF YOU BKTWKE.V Miss Debbie Phillips of Max- ,
Total of IN- vllle was visiting Mrs. Oscar
eased collections from $3,121,514 for three years total 259730. AND DE- : NOW AND THEN, I W.NT0(1 TO Carter Sunday afternoon. Fuller Warren 34, born In

>e year 1936 to $4,278,507 for the year CREASES IN REVENUE under CONE KNOW THAT I SINCERELY AI'-UECUTI: Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns: of ilountstown, Fla. Lives In Jack. isonvllle j
939. Decreased operating from CREASE IN EXPENSES Lawyer. Youngest In
expenses Starke are visiting Mr. and Mr.
"0.817 in 1936 to $177,050 for the year amount to a GAIN OF $3.10010 Dalton Carter. race.

939-or from 8.68 percent to 4.14 per- rilE BENEFIT OF TilE SCHOOLS Misses Mary and Sarah Hodges

F e nt. This kind of management has which receive the revenue collected by E. K. FERRYMAN-COUNTY JUDGE; of Jacksonville spent Sunday Whitehair

*Cant* more money for OLD AGE ASthis Department. night with Miss Ruth Johns. tf I

('STANCE which is sustained by this FLORIDA LEADS ALL SOUTHEAST (Paid Political Advertisement) 'Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsand
epartment. ERN STATES IN OLD AGE Jim Miller of Starke were

TATE RACING COMMISSION in paying an average of $11.71 per visiting Mr. and Urn. Oscar Car- ,i

i/ collections from $1,430,977 for the month as compared to, $9.50 in AIohon.aeased : ter Saturday afternoon.Mr :
Mississippi! and.Son. and Mrs Jim Mersey of
in Georgia: $7.49 VOTE FOR
ason of 1935-36 to $2,000,989 for the last $8.09 FLORIDA Jacksonville are visiting Mrs.

Decreased expenses from $315,359 $8.15 in South SOUTHEASTERN Carolina. STATESyear. Jerry W. CarterFOR Hersey's parents, Mr. and Mr. 5 "
or the LEADS ALL
season of 1935-36 to $187,289 for J. S. Norman. ,
INCREASED REVENUEPAiD IN AID TO BLIND, paying $12.38 as V. S. SENATE Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Thompsonof

ACIJ COUNTY FROM $1&,794 for sea- compared to $8.86 in Alabama: $10.02 In Miami spent lust week here
193-36; Georgia: $7.33 In Mississippi and $10.75 with friends and relatives.
n1 to $26,863 fr the season
f ;38-39. in South Carolina. Mrs. Avery Sapp of Miami 1
visited relatives here the pant
OTOR of jjWi
VEHICLE DEPARTMENT Inreased Lifelong week.
9ui: collections from $5,441.907edln During Fred P. Cone's administration Organized Labor Miss Louie Belle Starling of
to $6,776,007 in Governors office of the State Jacksonville spent last week with
of the
rpenses' Nationally Endorsed: her Mr. and Mrs. Steve J'',
from $425,233 in 1936 to $338- of that office parents .
08 the
of Florida expenses
n 939. Starling.Mr. .
Total Increase in revenue Toad Candidate ""C;
or 193.3839 amounts to 2843280. have been reduced 64 percent. and 'frs. Dalton Carter L

_- 'J n49 and Louise and Richard Carter ;, C
On This Record As Governor Fred P. Cone Offers His CandidacyTo day were afternoon.shopping In Starke Satur- ,
Carter and '
Vote for Jerry Francis P. Whitehair, 39. born q ,

The People of Florida for United States Senator Help Him Help You For sale Adding Machine amiTypewriter 10 Chapman Kama Came to ,
BlbboM at Telegraph Florida In 1910. Live in De- t

'Paid Political Advertisement Paid for by Friend of Fred P. Cone) i I (Paid Political Adv.rtl..m.nt) off lea. land. Lawyer. o .c

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Il .; PACK FOUR; m members of the At a late hour welners and que" line Andrews ??
Party lovely gifts from were roasted a- Rivers of Lake It
Informal- Supper Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere,, marshmallows fiutier

SOCIETY and CLUBS Enjoyed By Bridge Clubs chorus.who will leave' soon Mississippi to join, was Dr. round a were big assisted bon fire. In The servingand hostesses Emmett Ralph Perryman Rhodes Billy J.

and Vandivlere in their guests by Ister, Ralph Nettles
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long with a linen hand- entertaining I.
,.-. I also presented Mr. E. J. Dowllng, er, Vernon Siltox\ Ii. lit
--- mother,
P. hostess their
Conference for loon Mr. and Mrs. D. from the Cene
Starke; kerchief, a gift Buck Crawforu r,.
Phillips-Barefoot I Dampier-Ogle chairmen, discussion of Needs were hosts at a delightful suppei assisted by Mrs. C. and Mrs. A. E. McKInney. Perry
of last' Mrs. Davis, invited to enjoy this delightful Everett McKinney
night Those L
:Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Ogle oi and Problems. party Thursday of the former H. Naswortby, served delicious party with the honoree Garland Godwin },.t.
home Arch
the mar In our Association: week at the coffee and cake.
MUls High Springs announce Evangelism the Mon refreshments of hostesses were: Misses Ida Hugh Ingram. Jack ?!
entertained and Han
F Mr. and Mrs. Preston Helen Revival in Ever; when they the )
? 9 riage of their daughter, 1. Need of bridge Members present to enjoy Gayle Sewell Betty and Ernest Dowling, uaJ t
night Lee Cone,
', Barefoot announce the Hancel 2. The W day and Thursday and
Daniel S. J. Morgan;
Edwina, to Mr. Church with Mrs. Canova Green Clara Rivers and Jack
Juan- Carolyn
Mildred Dye
of their daughter, and Mrs. P. Evangelism clubs. Per- ;Green of |
7 Dampler, son of Mr. M. U. Emphasizing when Davis were: Mrs. E. K Davis Martha Butler.
;, Ua, to Simeon D. Phillips on Sunday A. Dampier also of High Springs,,, C. F. Hooker; 3. Use of Tract The long: supper table, Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere. 'Mae Harley, Jean Rob-
r April 14, 1940 at Macclenny, 21.. Rev. Mr. Enfleld the guests were seated, was ryman. Mrs. Z. and Margie Mathews. Patsy
ui S. C., January in Evangelism A.
' } Florida.. In placed near the out-door fire I Mrs. C. W. Chalker erts, Wills Vida Killingsworth Vote for Dr. MiOiij! ,,..'
J, PUBJI who with his parents Special music. Mrs. L. A. Can E. M. Davis Miss Prince bin
attractive Mr. Dampier and was decorated In gay; Adklna, :Mrs. Margaret Pearce Sadie help hp your
is an place schoo4,
W ftA'SSI: Mrs. Phillips of the lived in Starke for sometime ova. Starke; Missionary Sermon, Mexican colors. The fire place Clyde Nelle Thomas, Miss Evelyn Clara Mural Smith, Jao Pol. Adv.)
; young woman; a graduate has many friends here who the Rev. A. E. LJghUoot; An big log fire, Stump Miss Jean Davis, Mrs. D. Flume
high school, In which burned a
Bradford County will learn with Interest of his nouncements Offering; Lunch decorated with Mexican E. Knight, Mrs. N. D. Wain-
Mr. Phillips was also
+ class of 1940. marriage. eon; Song suggested by favorite and plants li wright, Jr.. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs.
1 k1 also a graduate of B. H. S., class verses of Scripture; Round Table charm strings I BOREE FUNERAL HOME

of 1936. The young couple are New River W. M. U. Discussion on Stewardship and brightly colored pots. the guests, Bennett HonoredAt Fall line of Caskets A Undertaken Supply
t at home to their friends in Law- Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Following; the supper Miss AMBULANCE SERVICE
; tey, where they will reside per- Holds Quartely Rally Tithing Starke; Business; Reports ot were invited Into the house for' Farewell Party DAY AND NIGHT

manently. Benediction. bridge. The two living room 1$4 PHONB-; 134
The quarterly rally of the New Committees; where the bridge tables were Misses Marlon and Helen Dow- O. H. BENNETT, Mar.

Executive Board To Meet River Association of the Woman's Memorial Day ExercisesAt placed were attractively dec ling were hostesses at a weiner "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SUPEflCUBESTEAK
12, at
Missionary Union was held Fri- orated with roses. roast Friday night April

4 The regular meeting of the day April 19, at the Starke Baptist Crosby Sunday At the conclusion the the their home at which time they

Executive Board of the Woman's Church. games Mrs. M. F. Brown and honored Mias Loral Bennett,
Memorial Day will be observed Mrs. E. L. Matthews were prevented of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I
Club.will be held Thursday after- The following program was en- at niece
here next Sunday with kitchen shears at who will leave soon for
Boon. May 2, at 3:30: o'clock in Joyed: 3:30: o'clock, at Crosby Lake their reward for making high: her Knight home In Ellljay, Ga. [ [

th.' club auditorium with the ,Theme Evangelism; Song. Cemetery, the exercises being score for the ladies. Edward arrangements of .
president, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, "How Firm a Foundation"; De- sponsored by the W. T. Weeks Burns and K. G. Duncan made Attractive flowers
A. M. Darby, of the roses and other spring and its delicious
l presiding. votional Mrs. Chapter United Daughters high score for men and were to advantage in the with its tenderness supreme flaw!
L. F. Chapman, and were placed
Confederacy. ties. Mr.
Superintendent of the State Prison Mrs.presented R. F.with Demorest won the living and dining entertained.rooms, where is always tasty and juicy if not cooked more thai

>f. Farm will make the memorial and were awarded the guests were '
bingo game MINUTES
he Is a most Interesting During the evening bingo rummy
address and. aa boxes of homemade candy.
--u other
RE-ELECT speaker, a large crowd Those Invited to enjoy this delightful Chinese checkers, and

is expected to come out to hear affair with the hosts games were enjoyed.
;' m s A. J. GRIFFIS were: Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown,, Miss Bennett was presentedwith as a
COUNTY will be under the direction Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, Mr. a linen handkerchief the II. SALE Manager
t from
of Mrs A. Z. Adklna. chairman and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mr. gift of remembrance

""' I if*? 1',0'o SUPERINTENDENT of U. D. C. music committee. and Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. and hostesses

The Jones-Langtord-WhlU Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs.

Post, American Legion, and L. D. Vlning Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Troop 70 Boy Scouts have been Wilson.Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch, i
1 I have given the people and the invited to attend the exercises. Mr.. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr.'

1It; ; schools every possible benefit and There are SO Confederate soldiers and Mrs. W.. B. Sewell. Mrs. J R. L. "Bob" RICHARDwas
do this If
: + will continue to you W. Klncaid. Mrs. E. L. Biggs and
!, will help to re-elect.'me: ,I .an burled in Crosby cemetery; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. i
qualified for the position and 8 Federals; six Spanish-American;

c need it badly. I wish to thank and seven World War. All graves
you one and all for past support will be decorated with flowers Mrs. Canova Is HonoredAt born in Bradford County, educated in the public

and earnestly solicit your vote and the flag under which they Woman's Chorus

and support In the May Primary; fought All U. D. C. members of schools of Hillsborough County,, and has lived in Floridaall
Mrs. L. A. Canova, director
and the public in general are requested -

? to bring or send flowers, the Starke Woman's Chorus Club, a, his life. He has an honorable record as an 'auditor,
tied in small bunches to be department of the Woman's

(Paid Political Advertisement) placed on the graves. was afternoon the honored at a delightful guest Tuesday shower- business man and financial executive. He is honest,

,oIIIIl! IIJ.J11I.IIII/1'illl!!!! /' umumnuutlrounwlprlXwiYeounlnutlnunuumnelmnulnw.mlliuamlglu!!'!!'" ""!!!:" '!!!'!! '!!!! '!!!!!!!!! "'!!!'!!!!'!!'!!!!!'!! !!!!!'! !!!'!!!'mutln.lAl! -"!!!!! !!'!I !!!!!'Ii.uu.nmummtlL' !!!!!!!!!' uwuwwuw!!!!!!!uwlpYX :!! !!!!!'! U. D. C. Meets'Wednesday party given by-Mrs.: R. J Avenue.: Davisat able and dependable.
'NWtl41/WAlIMI11NIIII11ewIfIW.../ ,..' .. "".,""iiHaumuilmainiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiiiiHiiiiHiimwDR. ') "" } / '.' /""III'IIIIIINII.'IooIIII11II11'I'"I' INIII'IIIII"'I'IUIIIIIIIIIiI'1' '' 'dII her home on Temple
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, This was the last rehearsal of the VOTE FOR
United Daughters of the Confed- chorus before disbanding for the /

II eracy will be entertained Wednesday summer months. RICHARDFor
afternoon, May 1, at 3:30: Quantities of roses were placed R. L. (Bob)

o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. to advantage in the large living

1 L. Biggs, with Mrs. R. A. Green, room where the guests were en- .

Mrs. E. S. Matthews, and Miss tertained.
i iI ii host- Following the rehearsal Mrs.
I ii Madge Middleton as joint Treasurer
esses. Canova was presented with many State .

e (Paid for by friends of R. L. Richard)
I I Carolyn Callstreettime

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i Well folks ,. Looks as I If you have trouble fellow
are crowd just call these politicians gonna
II me off my page In spite of all It's all done with hairpins!

I can do "Sorry but you Unnerstand that Alice Andei I S. R. Johns I

I: have to cut your gab-fest shot son our first lady candidate ,
A. W. BLOODWORTH for the next few weeks, till alter speaks like a veteran when she

election," the editor says gets up before the voters at the

OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST i I Ain't It a shame? And just political rallies Bravo, Alice' 45

"' when I have so much to tell yoi ., Even strong me often aho\;
Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy
too Oh well, "the boys" only signs of nervousness under elm &Sons'

Every Wednesday '9 a. m. to 5 p. m.AalaeINYYNM.Aa1XhXYXIYNXr11XItlWyXN.IXIi.11tlIItlIAXaNAXi get a chance to talk to the "dea liar circumstances Hear that I PLENTY OF PARKING
peepul" every four years and I one little girl was 'almost over 8PACB

have my Innings every week come with surprise when Alice
'"", /""" "" "" I"IIIIII'IJIII.1.lIn.nullluu.I1IO."U'lllll'I1I.1Jj1nll1' / DEPOT
@ YWiXriw.iwauiuuland o I ,!& \uFunuuwllidiwyAlnentlfiwninlwluniuewieimluluauanwull" o I i i I.uloTlulem.InnllmlYnitlXUVXmlmllmwl 1 li!lIIIt!! So guess I shouldn't complain mounted the stump at Theressi NEAR THE!:: S A. L
The dance last Friday nigh last week "Mama," ahe< CASH AND CARRY PRICES

was one of the best ever I do yelled "Look it's a woman!"

believe .. Doubly interestln' because In The !Mailbag
VOTE FOR It was the first time we'd EXTRASPECIALYour
Dear Carolyn:
heard about Juanita and Slmeoi
Another secret marriage, Mrs. J. W. White has a birthday -
Hal Y. Maines Choice
one week old. drat ill! 1 U April 25th and her brother,

this sort of thing keeps up, guess L. C. Ray has one on April 27th

Candidate for I'll have to call on find Walter out thing Win The celebrate day with In between a little dinner they Willi tile I 5 Lbs. SUGAR 19c or 10 Lbs. Irish Potatoes 18c

chell to help me
STATE SENATOR BEFORE they happen Welwho's kind their mother used to cool With Each $1.50 Purchase

From Bradford and next .. Line forms to< for these occasions. Here la averse

ll, the right! June is gonni that might suit somebody'

Union Counties have pretty slim pickings if It birthday: "May you live to be t a Grocery Specials -- Market .
--- .. Specials --
doesn't hurry and get here sooi hundred, with a health thai -

doesn't break. But I pity the
4t who has to count the candles)
Anybody need a good stenographer guy S TALL OR SIX SMALL
t WHO HE 1.91 i ? Unnerstand that on your cake." SLICED BREAKFAST
Ona Demorest. ambitious 9-year A Friend MILK ------ ----- --- BACON Pound 16c
reared I. LakeBatleri ----
get aad
M yean, .ld. ".. .' old Is studyin shorthand and get_ Well, so long for this time STANDARD PACK 8IDE'

late Dr. Jehai Naloaie H. Maiava York Bad...1.t..... tin along fine, thank you folks I'll be with you in TOMATOES No. 2 Can 6c BACON Pound 9'
I .,.' tQd....... Ira the pakllorhoola Seems she happened to pick up t a greater detail when these politicians -- -
: of lido C...,,, aadCnmberlaad IkeU.Lerdll book became Intrigued by the get outta my hair and BLUE ROSE CENTER CUTSTENDERIZED

y s terms| .a..(.uv..lra..dlawr.r. Florida fascinating started right little In curlicues to find and out outta my newspaper spaceCarolyn R ICE 5 Lbs. ________ 18c HAMS, Lb. 29c

Ilaa served .a Coaaty what's it all about Makes me 9c FRESH WESTERN
Jade ., v... Caaotr. aad MUSTARD Quart
"...".... State AUor..". feel so unambitious --- PORK SHOULDERS Lb. 16e
ICI...... Jadlrlal Clrralt. New.er.tRR JERSEYCORN ,
Ah had! All the traitors
.. attorney for City 25c
1. of I..... natter. School and Boardof Hoardof aren't to be found in war-torn FLAKES _________ 5c STEW BEEF, 2" Pounds .
1'aloai Coaaty. Saw Roawell Noegel WISCONSIN STATE
yeasty C.I........ of Europe
llaloa C...,,. A boaio owaer and Mike: Dew (behind the fountain Potted Meats, 3 For ----- lOc CHEESE Pound 21c
aad lax payer.: marledat In ) munching on ----- -
.... .. week lie Carpenters eg'Y'e' MAXWELL HOUSE nm'
workbaa at 12 .r. of la a salary see per
worked .....tI..o."', alto t..,.. T........hly qaallflrd.lha hamburgers imported from across valr-
_..... aeeda of tba people, ... la a frlead .. the darter the street tother day And COFFEE, Pound -------- 25c ROAST Pound ___ 27c
.. ,
aadtke Iab.rlaR t ---
with all those delicious sandwiches
He has the ability and courage to fight they hatch up every dayl'

Ironical Isn't It? ButI COFFEE, Pound ------ lie Tuxedo FeedsTABLE --

for your interest. guess when you wanta hamburger LARGE CANS
you wanta hamburger PEACHES Each 14c
i Starke should really be the 100 POUND BAGSCRATCH
answer to a maiden' prayer right $2.10

;, IN FAVOR OF: now s More truck drivers and ORANGE JUICE _______ 15c _____---- -

1. -.......* ._..... for the widow with da.ad..t child.... tko berry buyers than we've had before ..' 100 POUND BAGSPECIAL
crippled tho kilos tho ......... aad ALL. ...,.... .. Florida. They cert'nly pep -- ..--_ DILL PICKLES, Quarts .. 13c EGG MASH ''$2.70
.. ., '
required.errs 1
over 85 years of Rllmlaatlaa rod taaa BOW OR' -
>. ..... for rattlo. things up a
a-R.- ._' ., aa.rlal ........ to ...,.. oftlcoro.4.H group of buyers had a party out' n.stole cwt, 10O POUND BAG
..Chraoor ....._ t... for ..'..0."" Cad .no..... U bade ayata SPAGHETTI, 2 For _____ 5c $1.65
B-Maaal; ..,.. ....... of race ....- faada to ........... at Maceo Hicks' tother night butI I WHITE CORN -------
_*-Better ...._1... Moro par: for arkool t_...... ... baa drlvere..alarlce can't report In detail-it being Sat MAN it'./." LARGE OCTAGON
.. be paid for la ...... la rack ".... I. -#owjfaJ< jMla/ 100 POUND BAG
1.--ma)> .-0..... a darer aalary.1C one of those annoying "stag" af- r.LaHi SOAP, 5 Bars -------- 19c $1.65
-It...... of ttroaa H....'... Ta.. fairs Off'. HORSE FEED --------
OppoaUloa to tho ...,.. T... not in a.Mw. P & G SOAP, 3 Bars -___ lOc BAG
10More ... better rood. If you wondered why the lights n. RIWJ'lsranaig.arda

!Il.-L.wrr.- ...t.latl.r later.rat.proldlair. to for bond"....holder to ........,:..,h C.aaty Hospital were on at the Armory so late THIS toolHAROLD STRING 24 P. C. DAIRY FEED $2.15
I. all ....U... fkat do not have.. .... Monday night ask one of the BEANS, 3 No. 2 Cans ___ 21c PER 100 POUNDSTIMOTHY
H. i.owerlaa' tko .peratrap. "" of eke Lea-lalatare.
National Guarders .
1 > Kronoialeal .".'.'.'r.tlo. of Iho II.... Koveraaieat la ALL Maybe CORN 3 No. 2 Cans 22c $1.50
of lt. ....r.._... he'll tell you. Maybe he won't I C. WALL ___ HAY -----

Anyway, I hear the boys SALT 5c size-2 Pkgs ___ 5c
If You Are Tired of Promises and Want Action took ,
bunch of
a pistols a little '
Crates -
10 QUART Strawberry
farther apart than usual and hada GENERAL P '
VOTE FOR HAL Y. MAINESYour ., tumble time gettln' 'em back 'VOU HAVE.'INSUQANJ: WATER BUCKETS ____ 25c Hampers and crates of all kinds

Vote and Support Will Be AppreciatedPaid the together Germans again weren't. Good comln thing at PtEASB PHONE r SALT MACKEREL, 2 For 15c at right.prices

( Political Advertisement) -
that particular moment! Next

tPR1L 26 J9-10 n tZWORD COUNTr 'IltUcr.u'n, STARIn;, FLORIDA PAGE nvm

of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. H. I. Brownlee and daughter N. D. Walnwrlght Jr.. and K.
F Ma
_._ several weeks' visit with :Mia American Legion Convention in My Many Tear Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render
---- ----- -- -
--- Mary Brownlee la St Louis, Me St. Petersburg this week-end as EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
and Mrs. G.Ln A E. Wall. Jr., of Miami spent Mrs. A. G. Klpple of Tamp -- delegates from the Jones-Lang ,
E: Monday In Jacks the week-end here with Mr. and was a recent guest of Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. W. E. WldJIeto ford-White Post.Salesman .
spent Mrs. W. L. Wail Mrs. W.T. Epperson. attended the annual Homecomings DeWITT C. JONES r;
-- 1f---
e. --___ the old Middleton Methodls G. H. Rogers r Starke. Florida "r

-and G. W. Rivers Mra. L. O. Boyles of Baldwin Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gaines Church In Hortense Ga., Sunday Gently resigned his Job at the

Johns visitors In Auburn spent Tuesday here with Dr. and ville Is the guest today of :Mi Torode Chevrolet Company where

businesS Mrs. W E. Mlddleton. and Mrs. K. O. Duncan.Mr. We make S beautiful earn he had been employed for a yea TO TilE VOTERS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1

esday folder photos of you for $1.MSpecial and a half. H H. McConelchl BRADFORD COUNTY: i\'

Specials Mallory: Thomas and J. L. and Mrs. Junlus M Smith 40 days only HooveBros has taken his place.
.t fall to ,see those at Hoover Goodman were business visitorsIn and young son, Junius, spent Studio. It Is gratifying to know that the voters of Bradford It

tot $IM only. Jacksonville Tuesday. Wednesday in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell and County are taking: such an Interest In the school af'T.I..

Studio. 40 days Friends of little Kaspar Duncan .I family attended the annual FlorIda .. fair. of our county.I .

Junlus Friends of Marjorie Davis aftc Miss Helen bowling is spend will be glad to learn that h Light and Power picnic a.t would like to have the opportunity of meeting and

rile Of Mr. will be lnt*..- Billy Parker will be Interested to Ing some time in Wllliston as thguest is recovering after being confined Flagler Beach Saturday. While talking to every qualified elector In my district but !

and family that they willto learn that they won the American of MIss: Sadie Gerald. to his home because of ill- away they also visited Marlne- realize that this I Is a very busy time with all of us on :

I to learn C. Wall Legion School Award for the best nB ness. 1 1I land near St. Augustine. account of the berry season which we hope will be a .
the H. stage L. C. Klckllter of Stuart
spent I
the fl "all round" girl and boy In the j
Lake Friends of Mrs. J. W. Klncali big success.I
Ingsley a few days here last week will]
of Palatki
Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe
eighth grade.
week. his sister Mrs. E. M. Thomas. will regret to learn of her lllnes: the week-end here with her take this means of asking for your vote and sup A
at the home of her brother-in-lav' spent port. Hoping that before the 7th of May I may have t
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W, F,
The Citizens Of Bradford County: Congressman Lex Green will and sister Mr and Mrs. O. L' Smith. She was accompanied the pleasure of discussing with you the school situation.II. .

recent automobile speak at Brooker Saturday mornIng -' Dea ley. home Sunday by Mr. Varnedoe A. BISHOPPaid
all know a
As you 10 a. m., at Lawtey Satur who the day here.
accident has caused me to be confinedto lay morning II:ISO a. m., Stark Mrs. Jack Williams left Wed ( Political Advertisement)

my bed and a wheel chair for the past Saturday afternoon 4 p. m. (.'d. nesday for a few days' visit will and
Vote fur Dr.
several weeks, and will make it impossiblefor Pol. Adv.) her brother-in-law and sitter, Mr help him help your nchools. ((1'.1.Pol. .

me to call on every voter in thecounty and Mrs. William Dobrow, In Adv.
between now and election day. Mr.: and Mrs. A. J. Williams of Pahokee. Home-made

I hope you will accept thisgreeting Alachua were week-end guests of Mrs. Will Harney and Mrs. Ma< TipTop
Therefore, Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Canovi
call and remem- Dickens of Jacksonville and Mrs
as a and sons, John and Edward, of:
A. L. Wallace and two sons, Rue LARD
ber toVOTE- Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T Gainesville were guests Sunday of:
of Sanford
sell and A. L. Jr.,
FOR DON L. HOOVER T. Long, and Mrs K. G. Duncan Mr Canova's mother, Mrs. B were guests Sunday afternoon of
spent Tuesday In Jacksonville.Mr. E Canova. Grocery
FOR COUNTY JUDGEPaid Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall.

( Political Advertisement) and Mrs. W. P. Knight of: D.., Mlddleton will appiwlatjour <.
Judge and Mrs. A, V. Long,
Madison were recent guests of support for County Sohoo and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown & Market $3.25
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson. Superintendent and will prove
lee and' small daughter Gather
that ho deserves lni t. (I>d.
OPEN LETTERStarke your Ine, all of Gainesville were recen
AN Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis am I'ol.dv.) 15c
guests of Mrs. S. E. Brownie BANANNAS 4 Pounds -
Ida Lulu, and Mar
Florida April 17 1940 and Mr. and Mrs. J. M Brown ,
jorle; spent Saturday in Jackson Friends of little Mary Sue Ep

GOOD CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: ville. person will be glad to learn that lee.
THE she has recovered after undergoing ARMOURS MILK 3 Tall Cans 17c
to succeed myself as of Orlando
< you aU know I am a Candidate Arthur Griff, John Godwin tonsllectomy in JackBon-- W. H Hoffman ,

trill subject to.the coming Primaries In May and In behalf and Hugh Ingram spent Sunday vllle recently.Mrs. spent the week-end here with'Mr'' .

[ candidacy I want to say that I have haul the honor toe at Fernandina Beach and Fort and Mrs. W. L. Wall. He was Smoked White Side

my In this capacity for the past term and hu\e done Clinch. C. S. McCornack and Mrs. accompanied home by Mrs. Hoffman
you who spent two weeks here BACONPound
to make you a good law enforcerut L. E. Deudon who have spent the BACON
within power
( my of Mr. and Mrs
erjthing as the guest
Mi. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of past several weeks here left yes
officer. Jacksonville spent week before terday for their respective homes Wall. Pound

In the discharge of my duties as last at their cottage on Kings in Elgin Ill.
Mrs H. H. Young had as her
sK' Sheriff I have endeavored to be fair ley Lake. guests last week Mr. and Mrs. J.. 9c 7c
H. H. Stroman to
and Impartial sympathetic but firm, Crawford of Plttsburg. Pa.,,.
ytd'r while
E. Futch of and
Col. and Mrs. J. hassee Wednesday
a that a accused Crawford of NewCastle Blue RoseRICE ;
always realizing person Mrs. Rachel Pure CaneSUGAR
DeLand spent the week-end here there is the guest of his brother .
of crime Is not in every respect a per- as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pa., Miss Florence Crawford

son convicted of crime that he or she Brownlee. Carl Stroman. of Philadelphia, Pa., and i
fft'. and Mrs. Welsser Baber ol
In in either case a human being and }
entitled to Justice and fairness under _Burglary Insurance 1\11.\ O Phillip Manassa and Ralph Peru, Ind. 10 Pounds 5 Pounds

t all circumstances. Harold C. Wall Atfcy. Storey of Starke and Miss Alice i iGIANTp.&GSOAP,3For
Quattlebaum and Miss Edna Den- FRESH FISH 45c 17c

As the time draws nearer to the Primary Friends of Mrs. F. A. Scott ham of McIntosh spent Sunday At All Tturwi

May 7th., I find myself very busy vlll regret to learn that she is at Silver Springs. "* '

,1't In connection with Circuit Court which confined: to Dr. French's private .. 41 SIIRIMTOYSTERS --10c

R convened April 22nd., and it will be lospltal in Orlando. Mrs. C. W. Chalker spent sev lJ" ,
eral days last week in Gainesville .
Impossible for me to see each of you Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown of as the guest of her brother. Eat Mom SeaFood

'behalf of my candidacy so I am taking this method ofmmunlcatlng Brooker spent Sunday attel'noonhere in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. for Health JUST RITE.FLOUR .24 Lbs. 73c

with you In the hope that you will realize my as guests of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones., .. MAGNOLIA .

Utlon and give me what active support that you think I am P. M. Barefoot. FISH MAKKKT I ll'I

JUed to receive. Mrs. K. W. Harris and sons,, I,
all eourteaieoextended to I Mr. and Mrs.. Victor Thomas Billy and John, and' :Miss Lorraine .
|I do moNt sincerely-appreciate -put
Jacksonville were week-end Tudor all of Jacksonville
In gi\lng me this very important position four jean ago, of Mr. Thomas' mother, were recent guests of Mr, and. I
In cooperating .with.Jlle during my tenure of office; pro- guests His Taxes"Extracts I
Mrs E.: M. Thomas. Mrs. E. H. Smith. "He Forgot To Pay
; If again elected to continue my best efforts In giving to -

i office the very beat service of which I am capable.Respectfully Dr. Mlddleton will appreciate Friends of little Margaret McKinney -

yours, jour support for County School will be glad to learn that ( from speech made by N. D. Wainwright, Jr., at Heilbronn Springs,
and will prove she is improving after being con
Superintendent i
A. O. ANDREU that Ite deserves your trust. (Pd fined to her home several week. April ,
Candidate for Sheriff .>01. Adv.) because of illness. \
._._ ,_ -4 _- I
(Paid Political Advertisement)
Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Smith f
were guests Sunday of Mrs. Car- have returned after spending several "Four years ago Mr. C. A. Knight told you that if you would give him one more

den's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. days in Shubuta Miss., with term he would not be a candidate again for Tax Collector. At that time I decided -

NAT SEZ: A. Sauls: In Cross City. Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. and that I would be a candidate. Now you see him here asking you to give J
Mrs. J. E. Toney.
reads "We Mrs. H, O. Rivers of Auburn- .-- him another four years.
11- A sign In a local cafe
know we can't please everybody dale is the guest of her father,,, Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere, Mrs.. L "Your present Tax Collector has been serving you in this office for twelve years ''"I

but we try." W. J. Johns at the home of Mr. A. Canova, and Miss Ruby Lllley including this year. For nineteen years prior to that time he was Deputy Clerk
Thomas.Mr attended Alumnae Day at the ENOUGH FOIl THE TAX PAYERS -
Mrs. Mallory LONG
It's Impossible 31
know Court
That's as folks, we College for Womenin of the Circuit ;
I but that don't stop us Florida TO KEEP ANY MAN ON THE PAY ROMA
and Mrs. E. L. Molpua Tallahassee recently.
from trying. Mr. :Molpus' collector has served you, 4
were recent guests of better than your present
"I believe that I can serve you
Some merchants say "We aim to parents Dr. and Mrs. J. K Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Mrs

please," but their aim in so bad Molpua, in Daytona Beach.CentaWord. W. S. Stroman. had as gue ti according to his record.

they usually mis*. I'm not so Saturday Mr. and Mn. James SHOWN BY HIS RECORD, HE IS NOW FOUR YEARS BEIIIND IN HIS
hot aiming a rifle but when I Godbold David Harris and James HE NOW HAS THE LAST FOUR YEARS' T A X HOOKS

aim to please a customer I'm Godbold, Jr., of Jacksonville PILED SETTLEMENTS VIIN HIS; OFFICE, on which he has never made final settlements. That

pretty good. to the distressed widows, poor,
is money
there no more
mil'i Anderson of be the reason
Miss M a may
SALE-The Rev. L. W. each first Monday before the County Commissioners,
FOR Archer has returned to her home and afflicted who appear
yl Klckllter home east of Starke. after spending several days here and that may be the reason why the county does not have more money to

STEPHENS Apply to J. F Klckliter. 4-12 4t with brother-in-law and sister finance your schools: and build roads and brldges--- imply because TilE TAXES (

Mr. and Mrs E. M Davis. COLLECTED! ,

brand: "M. B.", old brand: K. Congressman Lox Green will "Examination of his records shows A GREAT PERCENTAGE OF THE PERSONAL -
e made up better than C., C. F., or J. B., various speak at Brooker Saturday morn- PROPERTY TAXES ASSESSED UPON THE TAX ROLL HAS BEEN

ordinary clothes marks. Please pen any of Satur- LIST most 0 f THESE TAXES
Marcus ing 10 a. m., at ,Lawtey<< PUT ON TilE ERROR AND INSOLVENT ;
these cattle and notify tf day morning 11:30 a. m., StarkeSaturday HAVE NOT BEEN PAID and no great effort has been made to collect them.
ta are $1, $1.49 Brown, Starke afternoon 4 p. m. (I'd.

UNTIMELY DEATH CAUSES I'ol. Adv.) "A County official's records belong to the public. I am talking about the recordsof

'rts to match 98c r 1 1e VACANCY of North Marlon the Tax Collector's office. ACCORDING TO HIS OWN RECORDS HE FORGOT -
Good Sewell is spendingsix SEVERAL YEARS of the time you folks
,,, County Rawlolgh Route. Miss Gayle TO PAY HIS OWN TAXES FOR
1-- 4Aat tar with car weeks In Leeitburg with her claim to have paid his taxes;
H opportunity for man struggling to your taxes.!' Mr. Knight may \.
to continue established route aunt Mrs. J. !>. Cottrell. She were pay false record in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
to Leeeburg by but If he has, he has a
of Customers accompanied records
List was his
service. these facts own
Route has been Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Virginia Court. I will be glad to go with you you

e late you the most for 4 worked available.for four years by same Sewell.Mr. which are on file in the Clerk's office.

your money S J s t man. See Mr. R. R. Rudd. also controls the Bradford County Abstract Company, a .,.
Nuss- "Mr. Knight owns or
Fla., or write Raw- and Mrs. Clarence THE TAXES ON
good one for $1.00 Dept. FAD-223-202R baum of Jacksonville and Mr three thousand dollars corporation and HE NOT FORGETTO f
lelgh's BUT YOU DID
Schiff and two children according to his own record.
Memphis, Tenn. 4-5 4t 4-26 and Mrs. H. THAT, apparently FOR
Better grades It of Long Island N. Y., were' PAY YOUR TAX COLLECTOR THE SALARY. HE HAS ENJOYED \
Buick 4-door sedan Mr. and Mrs
FOR SAL.IE-On week-end guests of SO MANY YEARS.

$1.49.$1,69 i. license tag good running B. Jacobs. and other work, and I did not want to
condition-$100 cash. Can be "You folks bate been busy with your strawberries .
seen at Moore's Service Station, Miss Luclle Kennedy a member bother you when yon were busy. It Is now a very short time before the primary and It

q Keystone Heights road. tf of the faculty of Bradford win be impossible for me to see and talk to everyone of you personally; but I want you to 'I
STEPHENS left Tuesday to to the Adds on May 7th I want
fence High School know that I Mill appreciate your support. When you go
FOR SALE-Heart cypress ) summer In Baxley, Ca.. the record matte by your
Fhaltl spend the that I ran Improve upon
[ reasonably priced. See I* you to vote for mt ImcauNe believe .
ANTS posts Mr. and Mrs. F.B. to appreciationby
FOR BOYS A Fowler Brooker Fla., Route with her parents present Tax Collator. If you will elect! me tAt this office I will prove you my
1. Itp& Kennedy.TUCK'S rendering you fair, prompt and efficient service.
Blue and ,


last longer ,4S TOLD YOU FOUR YEARS AGO iu.


f, .. -.A..M .P .,. 4
Oil Changed While You Eat
Cars Greased, Gassed or FOR TAX COLLECTOR. 7
Burton Prop. i ,
Chas. ,

ITERNBERGT Formerly Employed at Kozy Korner I (Paid Political Advertisement) t ;

Phone 158 Starke, Fla.

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FARMERS' SECTION One Man's 'Tick' Stored FeedNecessary /' LIVE STATE NEWS I I CAN BRING to rt=

Tallahll88ee.ThE' 'M
B Is Another's 'Music'Joe to Prevent __ ', ent
.. _. dry county It
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HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL ( B. Wilson secretary of Herd LossesTo POTATO SHU'PINO STARTS bershlp of 133 In both houses at the sheriff i, he bring] H .

Starke's Rotary, last Monday announced St. Augustine, The potato the 1939 session are not seeking some whiskey from ** .
COMMON cattle losses In ,
SENSE. prevent .1
that the recent "trouble"concerning winter, don't overlook the necessity shippIng season has opened at reelection. On the senate side, to drink himself. It.H tea

MULBERRIES TOO! GIRLS' CLUB PROGRAM strawberry trucks has for an adequate feed supply. Hastings, with the first carload only Senator A. O. Kanner of transport and J? rltht|r",
been straightened out to the will into Stuart Is of the six possess ,
# :! rolling. Digging get unopposed WhiSkey
Largeluscioublack mulberries This is Dr. A. L. Shealy's adviceto consumption ? <<,
Aa Florida agriculture progresses town's. advantage. Florida cattlemen. "And now," full swing by the first of next running for renomination. Of the eral George Attorney c., I
hpng heavy on the trees at as rural living becomes From some source there arose says the State Experiment Sta- week. The cool weather has held 49 house members standing; for provided the Coup-r Gibbs nu;

thin time in many places. Unfortunately more comfortable and satisfactory the complaint that the "ticking"of tion animal husbandman "Is the the vines in good shape and renomination only 11 have no op- chased from beverage 18 u "

the mulberry Is not the 41cillb program for the refrigerator trucks at time to make plans for providing' planters expect a satisfactorycrop. position. In a wet county.a qualified retau, ,
girls comes more and more to the night was disturbing the sleepof .
always appreciated nor Is the front as an Important factor In the town, Most Starke citiz- adequate feed supplies 'I

large fruited variety as common these developments.From ens, however, welcome the trucks Many cattlemen according to 60 KNOCKED OFF BALLOTS

as the smaller, less desirable the time they become and their drivers, and were Irritated Dr. Shealy did not have adequatefeed Tallahassee-When Democratic VOTE FOR

variety found near farm homes. club members until they attain with such a charge. for their stock during the voters mark their ballots in JAMES F.
extreme cold'of winter
the past
The mulberry's rapid luxuriant young womanhood these rural The Rotary Club appointed a! and some of them lost consider- the May 7 primary they will HOLLINGSWORTHFor
growth recommends it for plant- girls are always aware of their committee to see Mayor W. E.: able numbers of cattle. To be have only 34 candidates from ,
Ing for protection of farm stock i motto "To make the best better" Middleton about having the Issue ready for Winter cold and which to pick four delegates from
"" and Is valuable not only as food 'and their pledge to themselves, settled one way or another. Without grazing. Dr. Shealy recommendsthat sparse the state at large to the national. SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION.
for humans but for chickens and their club their community and hesitation, the Mayor whole- stock raisers give partic- convention. The task was simplified y ; y+ OF BRADFORD COUNTY
hogs and for enticing birds from their country. And they work heartedly cooperated with the ular attention to raising enough when Attorney General Geo.Cou'per .,
more valuable fruit. and strive accordingly. people, and ready to further the Gibbs ruled that the
Florida now has more than 10- good of the town quickly de- feed.He names of 60 persons, who qual-
be used In all Born and Raised
Mulberries may 000 of these 4-H club girls who clared that all strawberry refrige- cites the following feed ified to seek the party's posts Starke florid
ways suited to blackberries or are striving to Improve themselves rator trucks should have the crops that can be grown cheaplyand and then failed to file expense Educated In Bradford High School
blueberries-plain canned juice, and their efficiently In Florida: must And Emory
surroundings and right to park anywhere they statements by the deadline University
and are really
Jelly jam. They
lay the foundation for a more pleased on Starke's streets. Sorghum silage ranks next to be left off the ticket.
superior to them, having a richer
color and tart flavor-when not satisfying rural life. As did the I Said Wilson: "We've killed that corn In value and on many soil Your Vote and Support Will Be

used over-ripe. Mulberries ripen women who as girls were club thing! It might be 'ticking to types produces larger yields. 7,621 FILUNG STATIONS Greatly Appreciated
when reach mejnbers before them, 80 they some people, but it's music to the Texas Seeded Ribbon Cane Is the Tallahassee-It may be con-
quickly once they
maturity and should be picked are doing. Effects of the trainIng ears of local business men." variety grown moat generally for soling the next time your automobile (Paid Political Advertisement)
and study which former 4-H silage in Florida. It should be runs out of gasoline on a
while some nortions show red.
girls received shown cut for road to know there are 7-
are being silage when the grain )lain lonely
These big fine mulberries makea worthy contribution to the well-
very clearly and concretely In the dough stage. 621 filling stations in Florida.
de luxe. being of herself and her family.
pie the steady Improvement of farm There are about two pumps to a VOTE FOR
Sugarcane sU-
Many have done this. Others a very good
Mulberry Jam home and living conditions and have learned to cook as well .or age. A perennial, it usually produces station-16,313 in all DON !L. HOOVER
off stem with scissors. club will Feb. 1 of the
Snip today's girls carry on figures depart- '
better than their mothers. uniformly satisfactory
Wash carefully and drain. Put the good work when they become: yields. Its feeding value is slightly ment of agriculture inspection $ ForCounty
Still others have made attractive "
fruit through coarse blade of women and mothers. lower than sorghum silage but division shows Hillaborough coun- Judge
food chopper Measure juice and The 4-H girls club Is Ideal for furniture from boxes and Its yields are ty Is aread with 739 active stations -
generally higher.
pulp and set aside half as much developing young women becauseof other inexpensive material re- is Glades has the fewest- 0-
vised the diets of their familiesfor Silage satisfactory for feeding I am S3 Years Age and a Lifelong I
the mixture. Its
sugar as comprehensive program. It but .
Cook mixture until thickened embraces all things connected better health, canned food frost sugarcane shocked before 11.A Resident of Bradford County
and stacked is slightly
and then add the and with rural raised poultry and cultivated GOOD INDICATION
sugar con- living proper food, erior M -
as a feed. In stacking cane
tinue cooking until as heavy as attractive clothing good health home gardens.The It Is Important to have cut endson Tallahassee.-Resources of Flor- If Elected to This Office I Will Sme UK
desired. Lemon juice or cala- gardening, an attractive home club program Is not all the ground. ida's State banks and trust com- Good People of Bradford County to
mondln juice may be added for and surroundings cooking and work however. The girls get to- panies reached a post-depression tile
additional flavoring. However !if many other things. gether at their meetings and Napier grass makes satisfac- high of $119,000,000 last month. Best of My Ability.

the fruit Is used when red Is still When a girl transforms her swap notes on their work, sing, tory silage. To prevent spoilage Reports given In response to a I .Thanking You for Your Vote and Support _
showing the jam will have a de- front yard from a scraggly weed- dance, and play. Hundreds of from growth of yeast and mold, State bank call Issued by Comp-
licious flavor and be pleasantly Infested area into a beautiful them attend camp in the Summer add 80 pounds of blackstrap troller .. M. Lee for March 28 I (Paid Political Advertisement)
tart. flower garden she's made a note- for healthful recreation and molasses to each ton of grass as showed an Increase $15,000,000 '

pleasant comradeship with other It Is run through the silage cut- in resources over March 29, 1939,
ter. Two crops a year may be
figures. The pre-depression resources -
girls.Happy cut for silage. For Rugged Honesty And Fair
I am earnestly soliciting your In their achievements, peak was approximately
vote and support on May 7th, their play and in their association Peanut hay Is good for feed- $500,000,000 in 1925-when the Play In County Government,,
Ing the beef herd in
winter. It
with other girls and their
Florida real estate boom was
1940 for the office
Is high in protein and its ELECT
home agents these girls are not feeding nearing a climax.
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION satisfied with the way things value Is Increased by peanuts left

,IN BKADFIKD COUNTY have been in the past and by on the vines after threshing. DUE FOR MANY CHANGES W. M. (MITCH) EDWARDSCOUNTY
fulfilling their motto and their Peanut hay probably is used more
Tallahassee-There will be at COMMISSIONERFOR
1 Realize That I Am The First pledge, they will see that Flor- extensively than any other kind least 61 new senators and
I Woman To Seek A Public OfficeIn ida's rural homes and living In Florida. sentatives In Florida's 1941 repre-legis- DISTRICT TWO

This County, and Know The grow progressively better as the cowpea hay Is another good feed lature. Lists compiled by Secre- A.. a member of the City Conrll for the past right
Responsibility Connected With It. years march on. for stock, but the vines should be tary of State R. A. Gray show rears I have narked. for the following .measures

However, 1 Am Capable of Performing The value of their training, cut while the leaves are green. If 'that nearly half of the total mem- The construction of a modern City H.IL.
The .. ....
cutting Is construction of .
work and In the delayed until pods are U airport.
response present .
The Duties That The The construction of free tcnala .......
Law and future development of I produced most of the leaves will "WHY suffer from Colds Exteaalve repair to city a.reet..
Requires. Florida agriculture la hard to have dropped off and the hay Contribution, to the State Farmers' Market.
will Contribution to the American ....... ...IL
ALICE (Mrs. Sam) ANDERSONPaid estimate for they promise hap- consist largely of stems. For qvJck Contribution. to the atockmen for fearing the tow.
pier living, and happiness Is fun- Cowpea hay Is high In protein. relief from 666 Sponsorship. of a fine new Armory.
Clippings from Lowering- the electrical rate and the city to
( Political Advertisement)) damental for success and satis- surplus pasture cold symptomstake levy to the lowest mark la the history. of the, tows.
faction. growth also make good hay and, 668Liquid and reduction of the city's debt by ST5.0OO.

of course are a very cheap feed. .- Tablet. Salve Nose
When velvet beans are planted Drop (Paid Political Advertisement)
with corn the large ears may be
harvested, leaving the small ears
LIGHTCONDITION and beans for cattle. When har-

vested and fed in the dry lot,
velvet beans should be considered -
as a concentrate.

Wherever yields are satisfac-
tory, com may be raised as win- .
ter feed for cattle especially for
fattening steers. It is necessary
to feed corn if a high grade

slaughter steer Is produced. Corn ;

With TWO-lnexpensive Fixtures home and velvet grown beans concentrates are the main that j1oi

can be produced In Florida.

R.t .

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( ____ VOTE FOR D

..'- \/V a / R. B. AlvarezFOR ka _


.' The State Legislature

From Bradford County "

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j The adapter shade and the proper Mazda. ___ .zst

; bulb are an unbeatable combination e,1

'( BRIG'HTEN I when you light condition your home! .

They're easily installed for they fit right

THE into your present ceiling socket low

priced enough to fit any pocket: They're The six-bottle carton of

t- SHADOWS smart-looking, inexpensive and they give If the elected Interest. I promise of the taxpareru to guard.

your home the soft glareless light that .mmr f this bill fount that? and will oppose tl Coca-Cola is the ideal to
tends to Increase way
makes seeing safe and easy. ...... I am ...!... the No
Fence Bill lltO .......t. I will

See these Adapters now on display] e5sts Introduce: pensions a kill for.. the provide needy ade-of bt have refreshment at home.

Learn how little time and it Ibis. state and .. eliminate 1
money really red tap*." I will oppose ..,.

takes to truly Light Condition your home. .kill.r.tI.that. or favor. Interest. a private over cor the The carton is easy to buy and
romuieu ....,.. I know what
the people; of thla county want ?
lid I will serve. them to the "'
SEE YOUR ELECTRIC DEALERELECTRICIIL best of my abllltr for. tfc. ffeod ; easy to Pure wholesome -
.f the county, aad ..* for the carry. ,
iMf advaacemeat of. myaelf ..IIt1*
rally or financially.

J J; IS CHEAP I delicious-Coca-Cola

Your Vote and Support belongs in
your refrigerator.
Will Be AppreciatedPaid

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26. 1910

r, CHURCH DIRECTORY Y & NOTES Thanks Friends I THERESSABy KILLED: KY OWN CAR dock'a car stall on the track. as I(

., Mrs' A. L. SldllvanMrs. CallahanAdolphus L. Brad- two diesel engines bore down on
--.= dock was killed near here Saturday it. Braddock started to( run, but '

Ipt1ST METHODIST PRESBYTERL\N EPISCOPAL ClinISTI.\N r John Sullivan, Mrs. Lucile when a Seaboard Air Line the collision\ came before he was : : ',-

r B, E!. Lightfoot nav. Frank Robinson Rev. Chas. U. Allen' if. Mark's. Church Sunday School Supt Moody of Waldo and Mr. and railroad engine threw his own clear of the automobile.Typewriter )I i \: >;
I. A Pastor nev. Fred Yerke., loin. Ira Mrs Kenneth Sparkmnn of '
pastor Pastor Jr. Wlleon stalled car against him a8 he ': t
'(. sap t. E. K. Ferryman.Den. Rector Sunday School Gainesville were guests of Mr. fled J
J ThtJmalj. Oreanlet Sunday School Supt. 10 o'dock away from the Impending ribbons ol- all kinds i ,
tlandaY andaY School' of. Church Sup rlnt School nd nt 111''' E. AL Da.vl. 1I11e. Ella I. Sa... I \and Mrs J. J. Zeigler recently. crash. An eyewitness saw Brad-J for kale at the Telegraph office. \ : :
. 8t8 A eL Church School Supt Orsan.et I Mr and Mrs. R. C. Zeigler of .
: School
j! ornln" Seervlc Church 10 A. M. Roy Math.we 1IIre. H. C. Drown CHt'RCIl OFCIIRiT! Gainesville were recent guests of I -

"i'relnln. Church School Serv\cea Mr. Mr. and INSURE WITH ,
k tilt Morning Worship 10 A. H. Sunday School ItarPastorkup Zelgler's parents.
opt, % Vo; ''P. M- Service. It A. M. 10 A. M.: Bible Study 8 m. Mrs J. J Zclnler.Mrs I
Morning or.h.p N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR.
tenlrgpgeMbe Rvenlntf Worship 11 A. H. Sunelay. -- 11 A. 111 Sermon. and The Josephine Sullivan! and ( ; I

raer needay reeitn 8UO: t'.M. Service:Young 7SO:P.wot P.*'M.. Sigma Chi 7:00: 1'. m. holy Friday.Da.r.l0-:- 1:80: P.A. Y.M.Lord's eny /'$ muda' son A. L. Sullivan\ were visitors;. FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS I ;

: Meeting's to Grandin recently. 1
League .
P. M. Miss Minnie Swindle of Jack Phone 71 STAKKE. FLORIDA :, "
Ilip'kfSs"1r 6:30: MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB. ; I
Prayer M.et n. InN.LLINCB I sonville spent the weekend here :
Spon.on' Spon.oreel j
ISO P.M. by f ,
Wednesday Mr. and .In.. III'! and Mr.. Pr..ld..nt recently with her parents, Mr. [
Mrs. F. M. toonlir. .1. T. Quigley The Itn. Frank and Mrs. S. R. Swindle. .
OrganistMis. J. T. Quigley RubinsonChairman I i'
Evan..elh.uo Service Mrs. Ida Parrish of Orange VOTE FOR 4if :;
B. K. Perry maa. Bible Studv. each each Friday and I .
erd ot Truetlee. Assistant Organist Tue.. evening 1:30: day evening 7:30 Rpl'retary-Trelteurer: The Hev. Fred Yerke.I Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Louis

L. O. __ --- ,---- .-.. Carr of Gainesville visited relatives M. L. JOHNS I !f/J*
n rations here recently ,
with questionable which brought them into exist- 1 Willis Swindle of Salt Springs a For Sheriff of I :

Bob Jones made presidents of clubs. We call enc. The Gospel haa always been visited his parents Mr. and Mrs.( f .. .

the Puritans narrow, but they constructive. Modernism la des- S. R. Swindle week before lust Bradford County ; ,
I I -- were not shallow. They had 1 depthto tructive. Orthodox preachersbuild Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis of i .,

,, mmelltB On Here their character and convictions. churches and modernistic 1: Jacksonville were recent guests '' I am Quullftal for This Office J \

I II 5r/rf Hereafter They may have gone to one ex- preachers by Satanic subtlety, of Mrs. W. M. Andrews Horn and Reared in Our County

I I / treme, but our generation has steal the pulpits of the churches.I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and \ Ta\i ier; a Man of a Family ,
Thi8 la being written In Port- 'gone to the other extreme. For Orthodox Christians should ,be. Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. candidate daughter, Miss Ruth were guestsof
d. Maine, where I am on a the stability of a nation and l for careful where they Invest their''I]for county superintendent of Mr and Mrs R. C. Dampier I' t
. aklng tour of New England. the preservation 0 f civilization money for God. They have no schools, this week Issued the following -' of High Springs recently Your Vote and Support c, ;
the Deity of ourChrist the Puritanism of New statement 'I want to Appreciated ;
lion where EnglandIs Christian right to put money into Buddy Bender of Gainesville ,
rd and Savior Jesus Is better than the liberalism of Institutions and causes which thank my friends for their loyal was the guest of MI'.. J. P. Dickinson :
Political Advertisement
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fed by many educational as our day, which is rapidly becom- I undermine faith In the Word of support.! It seems a certaintythat recently. !
E II as religious leaders a group ing radicalism and anarchy, with .God. I will be elected In the first Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little

I ministers and laymen who are lighted torches with which to set primary. Let me urge you to son Donald 'of Miami have arrived II''
Sirtrue to the Bible which was fire to the house our noble fath- "hold light" and let's put It over for a visit with her parents, VOTE FOR ,:.' .'.
Methodist Church .
1 believed by the PuritanUers ers built.If big. I'll make you a superintendent Mr. and l Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. R. E. McOAULEYThe j .:'

Men may say what this nation Is to be saved News NotesThe that you will be proud of. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coon of Children Friend t', ,'I. is
please about those old Purls from the blood of revolution it Waldo were guests of Mr. and '

y, but they believed' some- will be because the Bible, which morning service was con- Clerks and InspectorsFor Mrs. Dill Hall recently. :'P' For ,

line. They had convictions. It the Puritans believed and l the I(I ducted in the First Methodist Election D. J. Phllllpn has returned CountySuperintendent '

1 better as the writer has said Gospel they preached are again home after a visit of several I. ',
Church last Sunday by the pastor, w :
Ly times, to die for something given their proper places In our Named By BoardThe days with relatives In Miami. I,
live' for nothing. distracted and reckless day. Most the Rev. Frank Robinson, using i have .......... years ...- : ,,1 i iPenes
to .
an .. .. __
Board of County Commissioners e1 I a. 1' I I'
i With the Puritans everything of the great educational institu- the subject "Jesus, Individualsand I'NI'MITAL' PROMISEMlamlAdvocating! : teerh.r ... ...I..I"al. ; I
L either! black or white. Withr tions In America sprang up In Society The choir sang "Be recently announced the a Nationwide 1 a. y.ra/r ....... t ..
following list of clerks and vln- (.rkl* blK Job a modern generation every- the path of revivals conducted by Still My Soul. The evening service promotional campaign of ........ to ... ....1.... .f..N. i,
ling Is a dull grey. In the Purl- the early preachers. In many was conducted by the pas spectors to serve In the Primary big business proportions to 8ellFlorlda's ? I ..... J..f ....1'1.... rr ,
Election of 7 .
in days if a woman had a bad of these same Institutions it is tor, as-ilsted by members of the May : "most valuable asset, ''t Junior .em lllBk Ib.sea .1. Hrovkvr ,. i'
feme they kicked her out of Impossible now to get a hearing Young People's Division. Precinct 1-Lawtey health," Bernarr Macfadden recently If .1........ I promU .. .*. y[

Iciety! In our day women often for the Gospel, the preaching of Next Sunday morning the pas- Walter Wilkerson Clerk; Carl promised to donate his rrn6 IfcHt the...1.rQWMfr. tee r esca.rrlvr dollar. t4OliHt i'' ,
tor will conduct the service and I Carter, John Shuford Sinclair I first year's salary us Untied 4r' ...,.... r Y
and V. R. In- ,..I..U... of ........... aad
Harley Ferguson, States nator--$10,000--to establish .
.will\ bring the message of the' '+ dnH.r. %.lll fc. .."....*ilnp A
hour assisted by Mrs. F K Long Bpectors. a State publicity department.The ..n lhi bn.1.l of qu.H.tr.-
I'rcrlnrt 2-North !Starke widely known physical culturlwt lion ned not .!>... pollftrnlnf i
RE-ELECT and the choir. The evening ser- rlllm Inn. ,
vice will be In charge of the Aubrey R. Moore, Clerk; L L. made this pledge, he sold I Mhull ..rl.. fn .!.. n. 1.-//I'
Renfroe, H. L. Norman L. D. because the lack of such a department issuer l.. the tae pmrrrm and ,
r R. S. WASDINFOR Young People. The Young Peo- nt the ftHm time |>r.m.H. thnliit'iilliiiinl t.
ple's Choir will sing two elections Green and Tale Alvarez, inspectors now was "a waste, of and moral ...!. I .Jt I +1
appalling proportions" and as> IIn fur. of the i'ouHln' moat ,,,. ,.
and the orchestra will add ."
|irrl<>ii nmmrt >iir ( ''11'i'
Precinct S-:South StarkeR. earnest conviction that proper ex rent. I '"t
ft t to the service with Instrumental I I
C, Buford Clerk E. D. of Florida's\ I I1 \
; ploitation "magnificent i l' '
music. Other young people will I Earnestly Solicit Your Vote and Support ''t'
R. L. Thomas Russell Mc- Inheritance" can make It "
have the Scripture reading l t
Rae and T. N. Kendrick "the of the union." ; .If
Inspectors greatest : :
DISTRICT NO. 4Reliable prayer, talks, etc. Everyone: Is; ,
cordially Invited to attend these: ,
1'J't'C'IIIC'tIHruham _
L Sunday services and to encour-; --- il :
G. W, Rivers, Clerk R. M.
; '
and Experienced age the young people In their ser- :
Johnson Carl Jones and, N. J.
vice to the Church.Immediately .

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE following the Davis l'rl'C'lnctlIampoli Inspectors. I I YOU'

service next
Prayer Meeting on
M. M. Matchett Clerk; L. J.,
Wednesday (May 1.81)) there will '
( Political Advertisement) Wynn Luther Watterson and G.
be a meeting of all the people of
P. Wadsworth. Jr., Inspectors.
the church who are Interested In
: for the I'n-clnrt 8-Th.'reNll SHOULD -' .
the painting program W. S. Sibley. Clerk; L. G. a
VOTE FOR School Kids for
Sunday rooms. Johns A. L. Sullivan and 1 Elbert
thin job will be considered at this
J. F. KIGKL.ITKU time and the color of the building Sibley, Inspectors:

FOR will be decided. It la hoped .1'rerliu't L. Clews 1-Nf'w, Clerk RiverS ; W. B. RE-ELECT 1'1'TO 1'i

SUPERVISOR. OF REGISTRATION FOR that all those of our Church who Lazenby K L. Kelley and Joe
are Interested In this project and

BRADFORD COUNTYI are desirous of voicing an opinionIn Moody,I'rrrliirt Inspectors' 8-BrookerW. I i

will not be able to see all of the voters and If Ive the matter will be present at T. Stewart, Clerk; C C'I LEX GREEN

missed you I hope this will serve as a personal call the Prayer Meeting service and Melvin, Lloyd Barry and B.
for the discussion
and you will remember me May 7. will remain Couey, Inspectors. i
If Elected I Will Give Thin Office\ My Special attention was called by

Best AttentionI the pastor on last Sunday morn- W. P. SMITH .

Ing of the fact that this Conference CONGRESS
I V\ API'RKCIATE: YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORTPaid year In the Church Is almost I (Cnnilldate For School Board

at an end closing on May 31st,! Dlnlilct No. One)

( Pollllunl Advertisement) I that Announcement on May 12th.was Mother's also made Day I Does not believe in favoritism f :fj

I a special offering will be receivedtor or partiality in awarding ,
; : the purpose! of clearing nil\ jobs! or contracts to be ON THE PAST ON THE FUTURE ,

financial obligations for the year. paid for with the county'stax
IN VIEW OF TilE FACT member Is encouraged to
Every money-Hut does believe, HE SUPPORTED. ; STRONfiLY AND )

TIIAT THE DUTIES OF !MY OFFICE: make a contribution advancement on of this the day and has and will work, to HELPED. OBTAIN THE FOLLOWING; :
for the
MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLEFor have them distributed all
church anti Its work and to also!

At be a means whereby the Motherof 'over the county-In proof of I. Converted Muscle! Shoals into plant I. Try to keep nation out of war and
Me To 'Visit Every Voter In The County 'this: the minutes of the
each Individual\ may thus be for production of fertilizer & TVA. adequate national preparedness by
This Time, I Hope That All Citizens Will Under honored.A |School Board will show that

stand My Position And Will Accept This GreetingIn cordial Invitation is extendedto W. I'. Smith made and de- 2. Cheaper freight rates. Farm relief full development of naval air base at

Place of A Personal Call. Want You To Know I everyone to come and worship I[ ; including AAA; crop and farm Jacksonville.
with us at any and all services IN-ST loans; farm and home mortfraKe( refinancing -
That I Deeply Appreciate Your Continued Interest I Morning services at 10 (Church'|' : and his! hill to return to2.. Completion of Canal. Membership on i

and Support.C. School) and 11 (morning serviceof routes to whoever they saw, hacco tax money to growers. titers and Harbor Committee i is

worship) ; 7 p. m. the Young fit and pay what eve rl Key to completion. Assistant: Party
A. KNIGHT TAX COLLECTOR people meet for their League alit 3. Federal aid to schools: roads! and
amount fit that
[ Maw : Whip big factor.
meetings: and 8 p. m. the evening to'' hospitals.!
U'alcl Political Advertisement) service of worship; Prayer MeetIng the bus mutes be given

= -.I Wednesday, : lit 8 p. m. : the LOWEST HOOD; bidder.) I. Author of "Mtldiors home hill and :1.: Townsend endorsed candidate. Will I II

r. ) In the face of some opposi-| extended hospital treatment} andpension obtain tttraight Federal Pension: for I

Mission Hall I lion he Jot:< this motion approved I : benefits for veterans. Voted aged

VOTE FOR by the b urd. As a re-j for bonus! payment. '!

And Tabernacle :. suit the board advertised: for I I.' Pension for every veteran his! widow
in 5. Restriction of immigration !90> p. c. '
-+ S. E. SPARKS "Striving for perfection." This bids on all the routes the and orphans.

HOlllll was the subject of the Bible] county. When the bids! came I. for Florida Canal.
"'OillO"U' nV Till % study at the Mission Hall last] in and the'-routes we r 5. Farm relief and increase in tobacco
.)!"' l'tnIIR.l11F'IIRp l.ll Tllll'TIO' COI NT Tuesday night. There Is a lif-j\ awarded it was found el 7. Author of I legislation I! I I for Naval I and sugar quotas!'

1J1"'I'lIlt"I' '0. St : ference between God seeing Ills the cost of all the bus routes. Stores Experiment; Station at Olus-

children as perfect In Christ and], In the county was approxi-j! tee and other beneficial naval stores' <6. Stop immigration. Undesirable alien

Fair and their own striving to attain per-j mately 2500.00 LESS THAN) and lumber industries legislation. deportation.
For An Honest fectlon. In the one case God'swork #
Economical Administration Is completed through the 8. First rural electrification project in 7. Medical care for the needy. Further

redemption In Christ; In the otherwe clear saving for to the school county term of Florida and II counties of his district aid for roads, CCC and hospitals.

are going on to perfection 2500.00 have It. E. A. First home-

Your Support AppreciatedPaid through our daily walk. This pro- 19:38.39-And: this saving owned plant. K. Development o f waterways and
cesH develops only when a Christians will continue yearly- harbors.

) walk with God. He also: put through a ma- 9. Secured Naval air base for Jack-
Advertisement '
( Political Many beautiful flowers were lion that all school buses be son vi He. 9. A square deal for labor. Adequate

brought by friends, some roses bought on a competetlve bidding
IF for WPA and other emergency appropri
the 10. Voted for pensions for aged,
and aweetpcaa were among basis. That all con
VOTE FORJ. bouquets. Next Tuesday night tracts for building, repairing WPA and other helpful appropriantlon4.! Reform of WPA.

NORMAN the study will\ be continued. school houses tions and obtained Commodity Food relief and develop
S. (Buddie) "Salvation and Rewards" will be and painting or district. Secured 10. Further farm
etc. be given to lowest good district's livestock
ment of
MKMIIKK: : HOARD OF PUBLIC IXSTIU'CTIO.V the IS$155,455,511.75mp4S5.)1a:>> ; : of federal benefits our
subject.TAnEI bidder thereby saving considerable -
IIUADFOKD COUNTY (S"CLE ; for the for his district. farming and industrial interests.
the subject more money
Last Sunday night
IUSTRKT NO. ONE: LAWTEY. N. STAKKE interesting one. schools: and lax-payers of the
was a very ; 'REATER; SERVICE;
Thin giving HE" ; WILL BE; OF
"The New Relationship. county-and everyibody |
An Honest, Square Deal stressed th* New Testament view an equal chance at all BECAUSE '
For The Schools of Bradford County of Cod as "Our Father." Services the jobs the school board has I {

I regret that the rush of trawberry bulne Mill\ make will be held Friday and Sunday to award. I The Democratic Administration Unreservedly Endorses Lexij {

It lfnpm..lble for me to cull on all ,'olprll. ''lIo"epr, I nlghta.Bible School will be inaugurated He thinks this is just", good Green For Re-Election During This Critical Period

a*'sure i you that your vote and support will b* appreciated A Sunday. May 5th. The business sense; that it Is pro- r

and I hope you will make allowances for thU'million School on will be held In the after gressive and fair to everybody t

.' and remember nw on May 7. noon. The time h> be announced, I. I--_- -_ =_= ---- rt J w wI

later U'.ld l l r..llIl..a.dverth..m.nt)
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Art of Getting a Job 'Important Crowd Waits For Two Hours I Perryman, and Mrs. O. L. Beas-

1, The Bradford County Telegraph At This Time of Year I On Walter Fraser and Cowboy Band ley IJpard attended meeting the of State the Executive United WOOM m

,, .bhll"hNl 1877 With more than sixty young people Sandwiching his political speechIn by this reduction would be more Daughters of the Confederacyand

'r .. .._._._ .- ---.- -. graduated from our Bradford County High I' between' two generous portionsof than made up by the purchase of the meeting of District No.
Published", Weekly on Friday and Entered ,.> Second School in the past week, hints on the art cowboy melody, Walter B. cheap Florida tags by out-of-state Three In Silver Springs last Wed-

I CIiiMS Matter at the Post,Office at Starker Fla. importantnow Fraser, "the business man with a visitors, and by the fact that nesday. TBUE! oooo

--- _. .. '" --- .--- ..-. _. of landing a' job become more business plan" candidate for governor many Florida residents who are
MEMBER than at any other time of year. Job spoke here Monday after- 'forced to store their cars becauseof TIIREE-MINUTE RELIEF

seeking is, a form of salesmanship. A youth noon to a good crowd in spite of the high price of tags, wouldbe take
; PRESS AssooAnow the fact that he was running two able to buy the $3 plates. Three minutes after you
has to sell his services to the world prove
Blsma-Rex to relieve acid-indiges-
I ,behind schedule. "Care of Florida's aged !is a Sili
.. will feel better. Bisma-
worth buying.If
.. 1.ecoa4d :z etidm. that he has something Mayor of" St. Augustine and sacred obligation." Candidate tion, you and bpi

E. L. Matthews .__________. Editor and Owner he walks into an employment office I owner of the "Fountain of Fraser stated "I favor $40 pen Rex keeps goes right to on work working promptly for pro-
with rumpled Youth," Candidate Fraser stressedthe sions by matching Federal funds
.. with a discouraged
- -- -- longed relief. Blsma-Rex acts IfJPipltRelf'glJipll
affairs of the of national legis-
SUBSCRIPTION KATH need for having pending passage
clothes and dusty shoes his chances go way state run in a business-like man- lation such as the TownsendPlan. four ways to relieve acidindigestion. -
Yearly, 91.50; Six Months. 75o -Payable In Advance is ask for Buy a bottle of 50 doses for
i down. If all he can do to any ner. "Florida Is the largest state 1It
Advertising Rates on Application kind of work how is he better than others east of the Mississippi except The public's natural love of en- 50c at the Rexall Drug StoreCarpenter's .- e e..
I, Drug Store In Starke. )
!- --- -- --- Georgia he said "and yet we tertainment was evidenced by the
What Is Italy Up To? asking the same thing? have the smallest! population of fact that many stood on the
The job seeker should dress more care- any. The government income has street here from 2.30: until 4:30:
Is New Item To Worry About fully than for the most fascinating date; risen from 12000.000 in 1923 to o'clock waiting for Fraser's ap- VOTE FOR

Newest ominous note in the discordant That does not mean any fancy touches. You $70.000,000"I propose In 1939.to cut the state'soperating whose pearance rollicking with the music cowboy has band been W. B. (Babe) r

; European martial symphony has been can't vamp a business man. Dress and cost by at least $10- attracting crowds all over Flor- D O UG"LA5 .S i i

,4'" sounded by Italy. During recent weeks, attacks manner should fit into the picture. 000,000 annually through the In- ida. Enthusiasm of the public in Candidate For CbCOMB

in the Italian press against France Experience and willingness to work jection of common-sense business towns where he spoke earlier
methods Into state administration was given by the'candl- Railroad Commissioner
and England have been intensified and the hard are trump cards in this game. Anx- ," Mr. Fraser said. "I pro- 'date as an explanation of the Democratic Primary

Berlin-Moscow alliance has been soft-ped- iety about the amount of pay to be earned pose to consolidate a lot of delay. !May 7, 1940

\ alled. Mussolini-controlled newspapers have has often proved a boner in this play. As_ other bureaus needless and boards ones and and eliminate pool the The music "went over big" and

gone so far as to announce that Italy might to experience, some young people will ask money of 196 state funds, devised was described by "knowing" politicians -

not be able to stay out of war much longer in the crowd as being "a
how to.get it, when no man will hire them? by 50 years of lawyer-governor "
the intimation that she will cast her lot could have had it had they regimes. into a single fund.' good vote-getter. George Neal
some A round of applause greeted Bradford County's 71-year-old
i, with Germany. been willing to work for low pay on some Fraser's revival of the oft-pro disciple of Terpsichore, was seen

Just what will come of this threatened vacation job. Better work for little or no- mised $3 automobile\ tag. "When executing a lively "clog" on the on inl! See if this
band. "I iaytr
be sidewalk behind the
tells this just
Italian action remains to be Some forced to anyone you Kelvinator
seen. time than be
for you
,', ,thing a say done, just remember that other can't help it," he said. "It must Look at it-from every
experts think there is more smoke than are wholly a green hand. states have done It," be said be In my nerves. When I hear side, finished in long learning lite Permalm<

fire-that Italy is using vague threats in Greet the world of industry with a stating that any deficit caused good music I just have to dance." to spacious ll\\-1 square had

: an attempt to cement her influence with the smile and show you have something that helving.POLARSPHERB Get the sealed facts about unit t4

': smaller European states. They point out will be valuable to an employer.It BIG CROWDS ATTEND Boy ScoutsBoy I uses current less than 20% of d lit
, I RALLIES time under average houlrbol4condldons.
i } that the Italian people have never been par- O -- .

ticularly fond of Germany, that they neither is a common belief that the introduction -! (Continued from page one) Scouts of America Troop''' Look at the price tool'n

trust like Adolf Hitler. also tlon of red; tape. 70 met In the Church Schoolrooms j hardly believe hl!
nor They explain has And
of machinery into ,industry reduced Four candidates for State Senate remember this Is just O.d
that Mussolini's cardinal point of foreign 'of the First Methodist 5 Kclrmator's amazing 190 aloe
, the number of men employed. More spoke: Ernest Hewitt former Church Tuesday night the Rev I N -that save you $30 to S60.
; policy has been his anti-bolshevik however.I I Raiford school principal said "I Frank Robinson Scoutmaster, Come in *nd see these beiunh(

r'stand' and they do not see how he can mature thought and investigation ask you to consider a man who, and the Rev. Charles Allen Assistant new Kelvinators at new low prua

G stomach the fact that Germany and Russia reveals the fact that to the contrary mod- not only has backbone but a Scoutmaster being in "
little salt and pepper to go withIt. charge of the meeting. The ,-4of
t are now formally friends. Lastly they machinery has opened up new fields to ." His motto: "Help Hewitt do pledge t>f allegiance to the flag .w!

;' argue that the Italian military forces despite labor. When the linotype was invented It." Hay Y. Malnes. Lake Butler and the Scout oath and laws Lets re-elect Mr W. B. (Babe)

t feverish war preparations are not of attorney, asked election so were repeated and the Scoutmaster Douglass and by so doing re- 6
forty years ago there were only 123,000men that he could put over his plan gave a brief talk concernIng IT'S A BIG
tain in this position
l a calibre to meet another major army on I To for Increased pensions for aged the work of the Troop and '
employed in the printing business. a man of recognized ability VA\ CUBIC FOOT
;, even terms, and that because of her geographical helpless wido' .s,. and orphans. plans for the future; Includedin I and experience. One who keeps

t position Italy is easy to invade day there are more than 550,000 employedin Drew his H. Dukes of in Worthington public office this was the completion .of arrangements -: abreast of the many changing NEW 1940KELVINATQR
said experience
Some reactionaries for the members of I
the same industry. condition In the field of public -
from France. him for the I
w' well qualified
the Sea Scout Patrol their girlfriends
I, might maintain that but for the linotype duties of State Senator M. J. 'service and't'l9pecially that )
There is also the possibility that Must if and parents to attend the of transportation.
there would be several times this many Sapp of Lake Butler promised, Bridge of Honor to be held In MI' the
solini is waiting ,to see whether the Alliesor elected to work for economy in Douglass recognizes '"
Jacksonville on Wednesday even-
the Germans appear to be winning the employed but such is not the case. The introduction state government and to go to Ing; and the Court of Honor to chaotic condition Industry of the and transportation Is- $114.95 r->

J I war and that his future policy will be of this machine into business has Tallahassee" with his "fighting be held In Jacksonville on Thuis- thoroughly familiar with the
clothes Delivered. .In kltc';
on. your "
f guided by what he decides in that respect., day eventng, for members of the reasons therefor. He advocatesthe Year Protection Plu
: made it possible to produce printing much A Z. Adkins, circuit judge Troop seeking ad-vancement. each class ,with f
by or
i In spite of where, our sympathies might lie, stated that he .could cheaper and has resulted in more of it be- Announcement was made of the transportation agency of that
no one can deny that at ,the moment it's| mediately and c draw a pension the result of the Court of Review class of transportation for
used than would be the if the of his life but that he wantsto W'SC**.**keel t**.,jrtr.
case rest
held last night. Sco'utsBobby which ,
extremely difficult to figure out which side Tuesday it is best suited In order
a. he Is able. THESII
out-of-date methods were still sIOW'1 work long as Biggs and Chester Mc- that the public may receivethe "_ YOU GET ALL
really has the edge. he asked.H. .
"Why pay two.men7",
Kinney successfully passed their I best of service at the low- FINE QUALITY
V. Knight, speaking in be- requirements and were advanced)' est possible rates. .
f. # I f...un iMt .t iMvinillfM I
I Baptist !Men HonoredAt half of D. E. Knight for Circuit to the rank of 1st Class Scouts; I Transportation and.shipping Interests laF.r_.. deer kiMfl* 0 HI

Banquet Recently Judge denounced' the circuit Life Scout Leonard Smith, Lifer' are familiar with the tub.* ..p. lfF-t I.... AutoiiMtklmr
BURGLARY INSURANCE judges pension'act and stated Scout George Flynn and Life ability of Mr. Douglass and e. .l rM-Molux ca l.ot *M... '
r The'four circles of the Woman's that If the Incumbent Is defeated Scout George Powell were are supporting PMTM|.|.-_-....| .....,... 0 1 nM.I
candidacy. ..
ik.lvM. a ......IM !' RESIDENCE PROTECTION $500. Missionary Society of the be cannot draw it because the awarded merit badges. j Since transportation affects frontal. tr'r-."<. main, Nhn'

t. $7.50 PER YEAR Baptist Church entertained at a law requires "voluntary retire- The progress of the building everyone either directly or Indirectly yes'B .. N.1 Ie _., C_ Ie t.
in the auditorium of the ment. ,
banquet program was discussed and the we solicit your support -
Don't wait till the horse is gone to lock the barn new Educational Building Friday Henry L. Gray: Asked reelec- hopes were expressed that by the of Mr. Douglass In the TITUS OLSOfl

pj', night April 12, honoring: the men tion as circuit judge, on the basis regular meeting next Tuesday present primary May 7, 1940. Display Room on South '
of the Church and the officers of his qualifications.!; Stated that night that the huts and land ship
t t; HAROLD C. WALL, Agency of the New River Association. If elected he will move to Starketo would be nearly enough completethat (Paid for by friends of W.. B. StreetStarke

a STARKE FLORIDAVOTE Officers present were: Curtis make his home. the meetings hereafter can Douglass) Fla.
Carr Jr. of Pine Grove president first ,
Mrs. Sam Anderson be held at the new Scout home.
; W. K. Jenkins of Ralford, woman ever to seek office in Much progress has been made on I

vice president; S. E. Sparks of Bradford County: Said, "I- have these huts during the last week ? I
Slarke, second vice president; been in business for myself and and the headquarters Is fast tak- WHO FORGOT TO HIDE THE BOOK

FOR T. B. Plnholater of Brooker, have assisted my husband In his ing shape. Further plans conc.el'Rlng -
secretary and treasurer, and the business. I know that I am cap- the public opening and
LUCIAN O. HAZEN Rev. C. F. Hooker moderator of able of carrying on the dutiesof the parents night together with

FOR TAX ASSESSOROF the association. supervisor of registration" the dedication ceremony were discussed Judge Adkins' paid poW Heal advertisements say
BRADFORD COUNTY Following the dinner, which Two other candidates for the and made more complete.
of D. E. KNIGHT that "as Senator from Brad-
was served at tables decorated office spoke: James Hol-
1 ur 31t ran .1 .... wa. hors and same
r ......,1 oa a farm !. nra
tip N duiatril and HI the In I'.tb of. .pblle... The bu MbiM....-berg w _..,..... I ...... bad I. tb. pant few they held a brief business! ses Job. Give a young man a chance." were week-end guests of
>.f.r. !.. vquHl .....<..,r a office .... K elected. your Mrs Mike Dew. They were accompanied -
Inlrrmt "'IU Blwarn *. at ...... l..- son Griffin of Deland State working in books and business In home: by Misses Grace laws or does he want to FOOL THE VOTERS so
..," ... thin .xpvrl.... w.. tbtank I
rlwfllnl Baptist Brotherhood secretaryand Bradford County for the'past 40 ,
..ff ..I.rln. Talaca .*a rt Nl and and Arline Dew who will spend he can Ret a SALARY?"
i ...........1 ,..........,.. All .f your ...'- guest speaker for the even years. I feel that the duties of this week In Jacksonville.
,. ..... .lnK tbroaak thin .fCI.-. will talked\ the benefits derived
|iHP> ing on thin office are well suited to my
t / hair prompt .U.....u. sad nlll brlone I THE BOOK-1923 Florid la Senate Journal pages
from the Hrotherhood.
i til yn.r aatb.f.rllo. capabilities Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas and I 1849-1850, shows that ]D.( E. Knight VOTED
Pli-HHv Vote For Ma And I Will The primary purpose of the Candidates for School Board daughter Jo Ann of Crescent '
l.viulrln I.YprpH: Mv You Apprrrlwtlon A Itonl ServicePaid fly banquet and meeting was to pro- and Board of County Commissioners City and the Rev. and Mrs. W. I] AGAINST this Supreme Court Judges Pension

I Advertliwment) mote and organize a local Bro- made brief_ appeals for R. Wilkinson and Mr. and M.... Act and that it passed over his opposing \'ot*.
( Political I.hel'hood. The following officers |I votes in their respective districts. H. J. Wilkinson, all of Palatka I IJ Are Judge
were elected for the new organi- Candidates for Congress from you not due the Vo ters an apology,
were guests Sunday of Mrs. E.
,'- I zation; A, J. Thomts president; | this district have not appeared J M. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. A. Put it in nil the newspap ers and the many thou: '

4 RE-ELECT I P, M. Barefoot vice president; thus far at any of the rallies. I I t J. Wilkinson. and handbills where yoi ir regrettable error apr -

J. H. MOORE f land urer.I .Jimmy Peek secretary-treas', county Following political are rallies the that dates have of.I pears. Please print it, fc: the Voters have (|Citpering

believing last minute whis rumors.
AH0lll "" 4 IIOOI. IIOlllll MmilIKH KHOM l>l<4'1'HUTOMJ not already been held: Hampton LIKE NEW campaign
(!....<'? A:. North ........) "The Nazarene" Reviewed school house Friday, April 26
4> At Hook Club 8 p. m.. Lawtey berry platform Lowellt
Tuesday April 30. 8 p.:* m.,;
Ht lh. height of our iitrawberryrhlppliiK Prices
are now
f,. I'UUMW druBiin It will l>* liiu>o..U>u for h.. to are'ae'.verrvotvr I The regular meeting of the Brooker school house, Thursday Om AU VOTE FOR D. E:. KNIGHT FOR
hi the f i lend H""F|>' thin n>t'.e a p
j hop my call. V/oman'a Club was held Tuesday field, Friday May 3, 8 p. m. CIRCUITPaid JUDGEment

4 <*> night. April 16. at the home of -- FRED.KRICKS.
:' > i TO CONTINTM WORKINOtoil. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Naaworthy. Miss Aubrey Carlisle daughter
IF nie-Ki.ifTii. Till IlKST INTF-RhIyT:: OF Al.lt TUB WIIOOI.8 The Rev. L. A. Shepherd ably of Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle I I ( Political Advertise:: by D. E. Knight)
IN UUAl>FOUD COUNTY Rave the substance of the novel, has returned to the Sandersville FURNITURE HOSPITAL '

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED "The Nazarene" by Sholem Asch. Sanltorlum. Georgia where she -:=:
This book has been one of the has been studying to become a I I
(raId Political Advertisement bent sellers! since Its publication, nurse after a 30-day vacation
and Mr. Shepherd suggested that spent here with her parents. Mr.
anyone interested !In' the Christian and Mrs., Carlisle and Mrs Car- I I

religion should not miss lisle's sister "Mrs Lillian Plies of J. M. LEE Comptroller
DH. .H. MIDDLKTON reading it. Belvlew. accompanied her up fora -

Candidate For The author of the story la a brief stay

II Polish Jew who presents almost HIS RECORD OF SERVICE IS' HIS PLATFORM
II County School SuperintendentPROMISES as vividly as If he had been a
denclple, the life and culture out
II : of which came the Nazarene". BOTTLE HE HAS ALREADY RENDERED MANY

It Is an exciting story, and ),ft:. I VALUABLE
lie Will Take Politics Out of Your Shepherd stated that critics predict Philco ShowroomThe

Schools. the book will become one* of First 21 Ladies I DO NOT EVEN KNOW HOW

lie Will Give The Office Ills Personal the world's great classics Visiting Our Showroom TO PROMISEREELECT

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownleeand TUESDAY, MAY 2ND.
He Will Give A Safe Sane Sound
Administration. daughter Catherine I of 9 TO 11 A. M. J. M. LEE Comptroller
ti Gainesville and Miss Martha
lie Asks For Only One Term. Brownlee of Jacksonville were Will Receive FREE One

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Dandy Water Bottle J8IIUe<\ and paid for by Bradford Friends of J. M. Lee
(Paid Political A.lvertl..O'm.nt J.DrO\VJllee.M. Brownlee and Mrs. S. E. For Their Refrigerator I I

.. I, .',-- "k .. ... .'-."'o..'.,..xm" ;\\.lhr.+ fir. ...u.. lscl4 Wsr osGa s ,esYgalyaobr rW S "' ,)4I1fr 1JJN', "" .t, ,' :" tPAOIO