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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE FLORIDA FltllU', 11LAY 3 1940 a I
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I Free Movie Comes Here Soon Teachers Named Mf't'

ivy Vote Final RallyExpected For Next Year Barbee LeadingIn Farmers Gross r J

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[recast Here I i b To Pull The who following have been is a appointed list of teachers to- Straw Vote $400,000; : FYk

date for the 1940-41 term at BH. .

First Primary .' Big Crowd TonightMeetings S They by: trustees have and been approve recommended .- As Election Nears Season Still On

I
by the Board of Public Instnic-

Registration Reaches' 1 x+ a'ru Have llecn tlon: Holland and Whitehair Itcans Begin Moving ,
s" Madge, Middleton Ruby Lilley L
High Of 3,800 Well Attended In Lucille Kdwards- Leola Robert. Vie For Second PlaceIn Into Farmers Market; rt

In Bradford County All County Precincts>> Willie Mae Hinson Kitty Hogsed Ttle! raph.M Poll Berries Start Decline r "

I Grace Kennedy Evelyn Flitch f
Lrrlng unfavorable weather <;a'vrtlaI Bradford County's 1940 poll Kunlce; Searing Ethel Biggs James Barbee, JacksonvItU Bradford Co un t y s jubilant :
hrttons. around 3,000 voters AhdaP t I tical battleground will shift to I Lorraine Priest Edna Prevail minister and candidate for Coy strawberry growers pocketed another l !t" it

expected to turn out In the S Bradford Park (B. H S. athletic Verna Demorest Edna Hart I einor of Florida stepped into the $120,000 ,during the past '

pre c I net s of Bradford < ri field) tonight In a dramatic climax I Grace Wainwright Kate Sheppard I lead thin week In the T It'graph'estraw seven days as receipts for the t .*? K"

t next Tuesday to place to the series of rallies thai Ruby Mae Perkins Eva Andernoi vote and gained a sllnhi: season swept briskly by last

sty coveted (X) marks after have brought out unprecedented Alice Fernandez Delia Dowling edge on his two nearest rivals, year's totals and gave Indication : 4
,Lames of the candidates ofr crowds to hear candidates lr Lester Sponholtz Evelyn Stump Spessnict L. Holland and Krancli of being the biggest gross sine

every section of the county Rosalind Williams P. Whltehatr. These two latter 1931 i
choice +
Lpervlsor of Registration N Y-#W1ti \ : During the past seven day! Several vacancies In the faculty; candidates (the ones. generally); Since Wednesday of last week tJ.
; T"A conceded to be "out In front' mound 39,000 crates have been
;
Wainwright announced thisk > -:7: 1";.' meetings have been held at New are still unfilled. '
total of 3.823 names \ ': I River, Hampton, Lawtey, and Mrs Vandlvlere was reelectedbut state-at-large) had It "nlp-and- shipped from Starke and Lawtey
a [
that '
..
registered on the books Brooker. Although "new Issues"have has since resigned.Sanitary tuck" for second position the lit a good average price of $3.18
I now County representing: One of ,the highly dramatic moments in "Blame It On Love"when I been few during the week,, final count yesterday being Holland for the last three days of last Y1'lweek ;

radford after all knownd Joan Marsh offers John King a sad looking cake to cele- voters are apparently satisfied tc 21, Whitehair 20. and around $3 for the tint '

remainder removed"persons had brate their three-month wedding anniversary. This romanticand come out, shake hands with the Project Maples and Van Roy failed tc three lays of this week. The i' "
or : market started off Mon
h stricken This figure rep- exciting story of a young couple who struggle to make a candidates; listen to speeches- score In the tabulation, which Is booming
day with an of $320 An
bad and med loci' -and follows average
-
good e aa iHartee
of approxl-
nt* an Increase happy marriage successful comes to the Ritz Theatre Wednes overnight break, however sent the

lely 200 over the total Of S,* day afternoon May 8, at 3:30: o'clock, and is sponsored by E. A. then were go going home to to do'vote In like the first they Now Under Waymaterials Holland--25 21Whitehair price slumping to a $2S3: averageon

to 1938 Winkler, local Hotpolnt appliance dealer Free admission ticketsare -2O Tuesday, Prices strengthened .+ ,S
place.A +
korth Starke with 1.168 per- available at the Ritz Theatre Warren-11 somewhat. on Wednesday, the 1
registered, Is still the largest I bit of color was Injected Into May Be Walker-6 bulk of fruit }going for around!

Sng precinct In the county. the New River meeting on Thurs Obtained At Low $3, )
ler!, In order or their size day night of last week by members FraHer 5 The crop here has long since '
Cost Official
Says Paty--5
,
: South Starke 872 Lawtey Right-Of-Way Business Too Good of the Long Bridge Chris Schoepf passed. Its peak und productionwill

Brooker 481, Hampton 237, tian Church who served a chicken Recently a WPA Community be cut three-fifths by the d,
r River 127, Graham 106, and : pileau supper for the benefit of Sanitation Project was opened l In Ilarbve's excellent showing In end. of this. week.. Many buyers A'
Iretsa 91, Secured For RoadGood For Half-Holidays !I the "piano fund." As the food Starke. and the workers. on the the poll Is hard to understand, am already leaving for North 'tl ''
since he has local
bit late in being prepared no organization
Polls open In the various pre- was a project have been busy under the Carolina where the berry crop la i ,t
its at 8 o'clock a. m., ande ,: Home candidates were forced (togo Supervision of the State Boardof and apparently no paid{ workers, getting into full swing, but It !U a, '
News For Starke Merchants Reluctant ahead and on an empty He has done less advertising here
| at sundown about 6:48: i speak I Health, building forms and) expected that there will till be ,
Bradford To Close While ) stomach to an audience contentedly than any of the other leading i
And CountyIn I Berry .pouring concrete parts In piep-. a market here for what fruit U

Announcement i Season Is Still On i munching on chicken handicap bones.. '' rat Ion for Installation of ManlI candidates and has not spoken to harvested within the next week" I b '
I iI i Must have:: been a terrible Quality IH still dcsciihcd as rood.
E. Miner Loses I tory units. large crowds because his meetings
!! I
that
of State Road 18' Surlte merchants Totals for the season now
Completion Every year Actual] installations' are now be were nut publicized In ad-
| For Life I The crowd at Hampton Friday stand at 3,033,790: pints for which f "
ght north from Baldwin Into Calla- close their store for three sum 'I ing made. Workmen in the past
the' all that could be desired vance, However, the fact remains received estl- t i
was have an
han la now definitely assured It mer months, usually around night I few days have been hauling out grower t'
alf a century has passed sincen was Indicated this week In an an- first of May to coincide with the :i by an eager candidate seek- the finished sanitary toilets and that his votes kept rollingIn muted return 41810000.. Lust '

named Leon Miner was a nouncement that title to the nec- end of strawberry seuaon. and ing to get his message across to I I putting thorn In The first units regularly ( If "orn what myi terlously year at this time the figures '' '

ng man In Starke who lived essary right of way land for the the close of school. But not for I I the maximum number of votersIn I built are being Installed for ) from every section of the were: 1,978,516 pints, with grows t r'
ksomely, worked hard, made minimum of time. I of $326.010, Back la i 'o
receipts
had five six has the berry i a I .
project or Administration
highway Improvement years clients of the Farm Security county, and unless, those who returned
y friends before he left here I been obtained. crop come so' Also excellent was the turnout 1031 the county groaned $626,0-18-
hill early twenties. : late-but-fourllJhlng'l I at the platform Tuesday I the ballots deliberately setout 00 for its berry crop ?)
the
and Lawtey
of
Blount
J. Henry work
Attorney I This project Is to Countywide -
to "kid" the Telegraph by Bean are beginning to move i -tj
the
it February hecame back;! Commissioners to close" has night Because of ample + s
of
the Duval Board :County ; I and is net up so that the '
nd Starke hard to recognize, announced that he had the minds of local business men. I' parking space around the market, WPA Is furnishing free labor for voting for a man they do not Intend Into the Farmers' Market here, ? +
many of his friends""dead. Some were asked: Would you be' most! listeners remained comfortably ( 7 the indication although there will be a. "light"crop + '
In his possession 45 deeds mortgage the construction of the new sani to support on May *
of made! himtl store on seated In their cars and t thin, year because of pro* '
|ty years absence In favor of closing your
the
for
; labor
releases, etc. covering tary toilet and free Is that Barbee will be ,
cold weather Around 2SO:
at Its growth; and he folded Thursday afternoon before the heard the speeches through the longed :
asked the the In-
land to
right of way by hauling the toilets out
the In Bradford
address system up near top hampers were brought< In Tuesday ,
to "go the.rounds' beforeleft which strawberry rush Is over? modern public and
'Road ,
State Department dividuals' premises putting next soiling for $1,23: per hamper, ;
week :
again. He made a'good few that has been need at all meetIngs County
pledged itself to pay for the Here Is the reaction of a them in. Any person In the I in sellIng
and 400 came Wednesday, -
rt-saw Mis. S. E. Thercssa. Just another President Roosevelt Is still
Brownlee except
about merchants: labor'
of free
The deeds cost our lending can have this
property. County .
,
: for :BO. Bean
I I. of our Twentieth 11 receipts: so
Alvarez, Jeff Underbill 'and luxury "head man' with Bradford voters,
$2. 00. it was explained I Mrs. F F Stump, dry-goods for building and installing an approved far stand at $912.CO, ld
!
Ifew other "old timers But Century civilization polling more straw votes than
I The
the only
toilet
The right of way obtained will store owner: while sanitary ,
made two weeks his limit meeting marked the first Hull. Garner, anal I Failey comblncil. -
The
Is the cost
is do not to the Individual
give a 200 foot strip from the business season on we cost
fter fourteen enjoyable days north of Baldwin to the favor closing Thursday afteinoons '- appearance at a rally of A J, of materials. used in building the McNutt IH apparently an Mrs Dover Dies
overpass '
became a victim of pernicious Nassau County line and a 100 ," Grlffis, county superintendent of toilet The materials'! for a completes "unknown quantity, falling to At Home Here 't
Imla who has been more a single time The vote on
and was forced to spend public Instruction, sanitary toilet are
the new
foot strip in Baldwin from N Stem berg, dry-goods store started I .. ...,. evidential f e r enc e wan:
campaign pre
next the
three months in hos- south to where the road not much of It, 111 since I costing rov or' "t. tea whlrhplaces Last Monday morning at 7:30a :
:
ils at Jacksonville and Palatka. intersects overpass with State Road 1 a not owner much" Although he remained In his thin vitally important safeguard Roosevelt' 27, Hull 12, Garner 7, m, Mr, Mary Jane Doverdied t' 't (a'ai'

I last,, gaining strength enough short distance east of the Sea- Mrs. Jennette Kincald proprietor automobile. Mr Grlffis was able I to health and.I fine home: I II r-irley 4.Green. here at the home of her ,'

make the trip back home, Mr. board Air Line railway main line of Clar-Jean Shoppe: "Just to address the gathering through I Improvement within reach of I daughter Mrs T N. Kendrick i I
er and his wife, left Starke family This Is Says Bradford end of 111- ,:
grade crossing. State Road 13 can't wait; the sooner the better. the loud-speaking system. I practically every It was (the a two-year ,
oral l weeks ago for Montana. continues south from State Road Kingsley Luke is mighty allurIng j made possible by the fact that I ne",4, which for the past month r 1 a'';

fro*ever, the disease remained ,,1 a, short distance west of the !!" Perhaps Bradford by this County time has every attended all the labor Involved H at no High In Benefits had put Mrs. Dover In a very ,' 9 f "

h him and last week word railroad grade crossing. Ruby Johns, of Leila's Beauty voter In political cost to the Individual .Herlous. physical condition.( ,She ,
at least one Pointing out that Bradford '
i received here that Mr. Miner Salon: "VVe'je eager for it, II The new toilets are being built was 81 years of ago at her: y ;
If not, we strongly urge has benefltted "
more'
County
I died on rally installed in accordance with per death ] H Ki
Saturday, April 20, Two Churches UniteIn think we can do better work attendance at the "big show" In and capita from the expenditure of I
I the age of 70. Funeral ser- have a half holiday. If State Board of Health and U. S. Mrs Dover Presbyterian i ; ,
when we ,, was a
Bradford Park tonight (Friday) W, P. A. funds than any other ;
were held in! WatervlHe, Bible SchoolThe he'll buy Public Service plans and specifi
wants to buy '
anybody county: In the United States Congressman and last Tuesday at 3:00 p. m.,
fntana on Monday, April "22 Thursday morning cations.:
"Socker" Coe R A, Green brought Tuneral services were held at the
esldes his wife, Mr. Miner Is Episcopal-Presbyterian Vacation Guy Sale, Manager of Benny'sGrocery A recent survey, made to determine Ills campaign to the "home folks" .
rived by his mother who cele- Bible School will begin Store: "If the majority Spoke WednesdayTo the extent of hookworm lut Saturday afternoon In 'a 1'ieebyterlan Church with the i tltev !

lied her 100th anniversary last Monday morning at the Episcopal want It. I'm in favor of It." ilseuse In Bradford County shown "'heart-to-heart" talk that was Charles H. Allen officiating "' ,,"

filer, and one sister and four Church at 9 o'clock. The curri- J, H Courtmanche Jeweler: "I I all who have read Saturday a r rate of 30 to 39 percent, among ;nthua'a: tlcally received by a >over a brief service In which the ,' I C

I'hers.' culum of this year's Bible School believe while strawberries\ are on Evening:: Post, Ked Book and ichool children In the County. laige crowd Rev, Frank Robinson, of the .
has been carefully planned for we'd better. stick with them." other popular magazines, Charles Phis Is a disease which i Is contracted the '"
I Reviewing I major projects
Methodlat also look ,
j Church pint
alker Spoke Here the needs and Interests of all p S, Denmark, of Denmark Furniture Francis Coe l la a familiar name I and spread by lack of that: have been completed here t' 'r
[ people from 4 through 14 I In favor of It imni- Burial wan at Crosby Luke Cerau- .:
young co:: "We're He has been a writer for years, sanitary toilet The new during the past, few years, Con- ;,
turday Night The Vacation Church School of (closing I has published stories books. :ary pit toilets now being Inatuled (;lexiiniun, Green reminded his ery at 3:30: o'clock, under the ;;',

) last summer was very Interesting I Mrs B JacobH, of Jacobs Dry- nemlay afternoon, on Call weI-1 are designed to eliminate Bearers of the new city hall the direction of DeWitt C Joni-a. ;4

-te PclnlnK that "unnecessary" and successful; this year it will ; goods Store: "If anybody wants I directly In front of Mrs. ,J. W : hookworm Insane and to control Mtlennlvw" courthouse addition the Pallbearers were: R .', Clark. ;;
| employee are practically the be even more interesting and instructive I' to cloHe. I put my name at the I Woman's\, : magazine I store, t 'ly-buine' disease and to control tine: armory, (he American Legion '
f!* of the Increase in the cost for every pupil 'who at I' top of the list -If everybody ; 'Socker" COP, as a candidate for i iU hose such as typhoid fever, (fume, the State FurmerH' Mar- n. P, Carpenter N Slernlwrg" Kt

| State government of Florida tends. More teachers have been :close" I S, Fi-nator poke hilt mind I dysentery "summer complaint or "'et, farm-to-market road, and 1'. Stump, C. A, Knight I.. A ,

rn $19,000,000 in 1932 to over enlisted. In order that 'more attention I 8 E, Spades! of City Barber for non-iubber-stamp repiesenla-, I (erlaln diarrhea! diseases among he proposed, new city paving pro- JuvlH, W, !<;. Mlc.ldleton. ';

,000,000' In 1939, Hans Walker may be given to individual ;hop: "I think we ought to runt Llon. told why he was running I nfanie and children led" "It has been my pleasure Mrs\ Dover was one of Bind- ';, '

J'Wate for governor, said In a pupils In their work; every mom- I little longer; we ought to cooperate Mr. Coe announce'! his candidacy Anyone who needs u sanitary .o work for each of theMe fine ''orcl's long-time, well-luveii citl- : ; .

r will here Saturday night that nt of the pupils' time in Bible, with the people." I from Pails France, and i toilet can obtain one now by fuiilnhlng '- I mprovenu-nts and to help put zt'nll.: known for her kliulaesH, : '\ '

l '' Immediately institute a School:; Is carefully supervisedeven II Mrs JV, Moigan-magazine Wednesday, explained I In his I the materials only. If n hem over," Congressman. Green lonsiileratlon, and the fact: that ?
J of every board, bureau recreation at recess. store owner: "No It does look I Starke speech why he did It: Not >croon has on hand good sound itated. IIhe apparently never! worried ,tr r, ,

the commlBBlon and department The Rev. Charles Allen warns I like we could stay open so the I rang ago, a newspaper Bent himo materials which can be used this Reviewing the story of the pro- over life's troubles! but met them ,I IIIquarely. ,

State "to find out where .hat regularity of attendance hiDe people could spend their money ; Europe, us a reporter, to cover rill help reduce the cent even >oaed abandonment of the Veter- She first came to i 'r.l.' ,
money of the taxpayers of the things which makes after they've earned It." i he: situation, see exactly what ) urther. For Information about n's Camp at Gold Head, Branch 'lord,la about 30 years ago and. '. .'

|"S e. spent It and for what pur- the school really helpful for j B. Carlisle, of Bradford I van what, He did, but the truth he new toilets anyone can see near here (which was narrowly after living at her Hampton farm, ': !1"+ .
he !Is elected. pupils. Anybody who misses one Hardware Co : "I'm not going to he found didn't suit his syndicate, Carl?' Johns City Clerk at the avert d several weeks ago), Congressman '' ful'+ live years, moved to Starke. !' :
'aJker stated like to close the whole ) Starke contact I' She was the last of her family :t ti; +t;
a .even-year- day begins to lose Inteiest. say I'd "So I wrote nothing, iiald city Hall. or Green stated that as l l "
dy ot the State's will this be Thursday afternoons as & Davis Lumber Company lad, no brothers or sisters living. y.J'J
finances and The school year rear on Trances Coe. Mr. Coe was Quigley <<:hulrmun of the Ttttrltorlal Comnltlee '
atlon hold convinced him that held In the Episcopal Church far as I'm concerned I'll do burned up" by the dictators' or see Elbert Slbley sup- he interceded personally Two daughters Mrs Addle/Hitch. {,,11.
tttuie< fl could be reduced 23 and will run for two weeks, each whatever the rent do about It." >ollcles. compared their set type irvlsor of the project at the cotton vlth Secretary of the Interior of. Clover. S. C.; Mrs. T. J i. ,Ken. i. f' ,,

cert: without crippling actl- nomlng from 9 to 12 Monday Charles Darby, of Darby'srocery of procedure to fixed political gin. one block east'of City Harol.1 Ickes In behalf of the (rick of Starke; one oonrVernonfcLcod : } ,

es or any department and that May 6, will be opening day, and ; Store: "No, I don't think" I nachlnen In the V. S.. decided to lall In Starke amp and believes that this was < of Troy, N, C., .urvlve.. f ',,' f ,

taxpayers: are entitled to Friday night. May 19 the school !o. while strawberries are here. un for U S. Senator and do Instrumental In saving the proJect her, t ;

"reduction, and more If pos will close with a pageant. W, B Mundy, owner of Three what he coulJ He's bitterly op- Mews Crowded OutBecause that has meant so much to Other relatives present at the ; f. "..
C' The program for three hours intends Barber Shop: ""Well I'm xwed to "yes", ring, and stands Vorld War veterans In this sec- uneral were: Mr. and Mrs. II. T. 'f

'Florf<1a'lI finances today re- such day has been chosen to Interest ust with the majority. If they .gainst ruber-stamping. He real- of an unprecedented Ion. Orr and! daughter Charlotte, N. .
re the solution of a business and Instruct pupils, not In want to close It's all right--if beM. he lIaYII. that the dictators' ush of last minute advertising, Congressman Green exhibited+ C I,; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Ritch and ':Tixt ,. ,

free from the bonds and creeds but In the Ideas and IJeals hey don't It's all right." I'm position> Is edging Into our coun- It: wan necessary for the Tele- he plans for the new postofflce lr*. P. E Whitener Shelby N. 1 f i' J "

of cliques, factions and of Christian living. It includes: with the winning side. I ry--and Is ready to fight the raph; to omit many Items of sliding In Starke which will C.I ; Mr. Floyd Ritch. Gastonia N, : "
Interests spec- J!:. E. Canova proprietor be under construction, and C I, Mr. Vemon McLeod and
and we, all citizens. drama Bible study drawing Mrs Isms," news that had already been set lOOn ; I
j'j'of I '
Ineld and Working people painting playing worshipping, Margurlte's Shoppe: "No. I'd Said Mr Coe: "If I'm wrong, but which could just not be rated that thin fine Improvement aughter Mary, Troy N. C.; Mrs. : 1'c. ,
'I place our State government ;, band-working cooperating with ather keep It on, while" the 'm the wrongest man that ever rowded in. Carolyn Callatreet, would very likely not have been lardy Douglas, Clover. S. C; 1 I ,

a PUrely business basis- The I bne another. trawberry season Is open j lived; but If I'm right I'm1 t many society Items and locals secul'ed if the Representative 'f Ii'. and Mrs W, S. Gibson St. "U. ,
onu John, owner of We t-| this had have lived Flu Mr. and Mn .
one blanks are being V. S. St. ," were among the news that had rom district 'eteraburg ; -:
requiring r serious Registration the rlghteat .
kht and attention. the Episcopalian ,em Auto Supply Store: "I'll dot;: to be left out.Ve hope our In I another town. "The money U.t T Black Mucclenny, FIll: +I t
The through
State distributed
Florida the rest do. We. he \. Mrs R. W, Milk, and \ t
Sunday Just whatever Some favor June Riders: will bear with us. and we would have been spent there tr and
nothing but and Presbyterian Store: tyIa.
a big .
of | Jacksonville, fi
Ine.s and should be Schools. However. It Is not necessary I ught to start first May first. I guess I'd favor with will be back to our normal quota aid. aughter Elizabeth. i
business IInell. operated that have these before Merrill Edwards Assistant j I hem., The Seasons are late and t tmaybe of reading matter next week.J In closing his speech, the Con- '! .; Mr. and Mrs Arthur 1la'l: ilion.
you school Monday. Manager of A & P. "Sure ( we'll have to 'act up' too!" resiman urged his hearers to i Fort Lauderdale Fla,; Mrs. j I i.
flea. Starjorie g coming to 100 cent!" nt mp who has They will be given out there. I ,)per f J. M, Alvarez, dry for goods another store I ter. Ulna Kmestlne Buddlngton and not to forfeit the prestigend Geor l Whlmum.. Mr. and Mrs. t;:

>a taP"St. several months In I Florence Gill of Starke Dry 'owner: "No Not for their summer seniority that it has taken Iarl!:! Whliinant, Charlotte. N C.: 'to 'f
member student straw- I'ft Monday 'j'jR
kilty. of the school Miss Lillian Stump a We'll close with ) 'wHk or two. 'Long as build In Wanhigton. rue Ollie lJar lln. Jacksonville! ;
,'lion Ia Spending the summer nurse at the General Hospital In 'Cleaners: : Tries last I'd rather keep It, ora. at Kant. Beach. Rhode him years. to up Fla.. 41 It
With I I w rest of them. land. : \ 'f''
her of her parI,, I
Mr,. F, F, Parents :Mr. Orlando Is the guest Olin White, of Pleezlng Food l J ,pen I 1i
Stump..... ents. :Mr. and )Irs. F. F, Stump y \'


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HAMPTON spent the day in Ocala last Sunday -':I Duval To Try

Ily Mtat Ada JVImmo 1 I I ANNOUNCEMENTS9
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan who baa Food Stamp Plan POLITICAL

The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Guy been very sick at the home of I'

: and the Rev. and Mrs. Simmons her son, Cleveland Sullivan of Extension of the food stamp I F... Circuit Judge For Tonnty Judge For School Board-nut. 8 schools IIlId.

returned her plan to Duval County In the distribution i f candidacy for I am a ctthten of Starke and If elected School Board member he Paid ,
Attended the meeting: of the GoslieI Theressa, has to t announce my Bradford County and hay. qualifiedto from District Three I will discharge vice' f( IT 'ob ora

Singers of Jacksonville at home here. of surplus commodities I I Circuit Circuit Judge of Florid of the Eighth in Group Judicial on*.r seek the office of County Judge my duty to the very best ol' for teachers and ,ha, :h. ntontk'

Cc:'Inlh Church last Sun- of all dem- of Bradford County, and if electedby my ability not being swayed to andfro I be more AM '"/ U'I "
Baptist family had andsolicit the support lib..1
O. D. Gay and as announced
was recently by Secjretary t ocratic electors In the 1140 primary.D. the rood people of my tntlmT for the unmerited benefit ofany better road, ",, r "'111tit"
day. their guests last Sunday Mr*. of Agriculture Henry A. E. KNLlJi t'r./ I will serve them lo the person, but will stand strictly. ally our dllllrJ., dr at, '"
for economical business-like
', J C. Wyon an employee of Thompson and Betty and Billy. Wallace. The plan is expected t ability. DON 1. HOOVER administration.an I will strive to all for In the the Iv",.., ""raChot.'ant In',,'it,

trie S. A. L. Railway Co., who Thompson all of Gainesville, and : For CIrcuit Judge make Bradford County outstanding proportion state t, !r'lIlna, a ..

to get into operation this April __ In educational work, and will appreciate wilt favCl other .
IKK been working in South Florida Mr. Gay's brother- of Savannah .01/1111/ &II1PI.
I For C....., Judge ;your support. benefit thc t.
is spending; a few days here. Ga.Mrs. with participation entirely volun Eight years. ago the rood people O. C. KELLY.For growers l I..("""'nor, ,nd t t.. '

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy of St. Minnie A. Marcony attended tary.It. of Bradford County elected me to range for -ai i. fit T ':r 0' ..

Augustine were guests of the the funeral of her son-in- Is estimated that there are be years County I hare Judge served them and for In an seven efficient Seaool Beard-Dial. 3 eliminate put forth all Ii.an ."III 10.':';'

, I Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Guy this law J. L.. Cook of Washington relief and satisfactory mann..*., t wish to announce that I will the.InJl he.! trOrt
; c 14.600 cases in the county. time operated the be a candidate for the' office ol :;:rc I'a.n; ; 011 n l.ttaUo
I .: week. D. C., who was buried at Macon. Eligible families will be given the' and office at at the an same extremely low cost to School Board Member from District .sat.' ,
'r* Three, comprising Hampton, Graham Itl'Mp.r'lll'
lira. Gordon Weext and daughter Ga.Mr. opportunity to buy orange colored II ; the hesitation.tax payers I hereby Therefore announce, without for Brooker and New Rlvor. If )11..tJt)1t111e1 1 / !

at Miami. who have been and Mrs. L. J. Wynn accompanied food stamps and to receive free re-election as County Judge and elected I will perform my dutiesIn Y lit

Cutting Mr. Weest'a parents. :Mr. by Mr. and :Mr. L. A. 50 cents worth of blue surplus I| ask for your support and vote.Judge.For my' a time business-like and energy manner to and the give up. 1'01' llCPrpa

i and Mrs. T F. Brown returnedto Wynn visited Mrs. F. A. Scott at stamps for each $1 worth of purchased E. K. fRYMAN.County- building of our schools, always using J Wish I. 1nnouno,'''8IIr.

their home this week. Orlando recently.The ones. Some economy where economy should I dacy for n.. .....,, Ih1
I orange
special .
Coenly Commissioner... 3 be used. Thanking; you in advance State Legl..lal"rt "
fj Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson Rev. C. A. Warren pastorof groups without sufficientcash I hereby announce myself a can- for your support I am sincerely I County It .elected from 1In,
I
the First Baptist church here Commlnsloner FRANK T. ABERNATHY. I guard the Interest Itt
,
to buy will be given the I dldate for County I ',ftlon the
of .
this t.
number three, and earnestlysolicit county .
District and
I
.. will fill his regular appointment blue I 1\111
.. stamps. vote and support pro bill that tends .( oP/IOo/
here next Sunday morning and I your the For School Board am against ; h..t.... II,
misingIf elected to discharge Ih. h'u.
{. VOTE FOR II The orange stamps will be usedto I }'en..
duties of said office In a fair, hereby announce my candidacy p..rc.nt. I Will ..i
evening. ntrnduet
continue the family's regular economical and business-like man for nomination as a member of the provide ad"qUah t
for your assistance 'School: Board from District Two,' needy of this .P'II'lonll.f
Thanking
ner. you
O. C. CASON food purchases while the blue Md
I subject to the will of the Democratic nale "rell tape T ... It
: SAMPSON CITYBy once will be used to secure spec Tours am. respectfully. voters In the Primary Election bill that favor .111 .p"","

Ktta Fay Djal ally designated commodl K. L* LEE May 7. If elected. I will diligently or Intereur ,$I'1\'ate
surplus
Iht
work for better Bradford people. I know | eor
ties as additions to the family's County schools. Your vote and support I his' wali' ami"| Potl
cpuiity
Mrs. Clynton Daughtry and .. :S appreciated.Respectfully.' hem .. lien, "ill
food supply.All Foe (-0..." <..... .eloner- JJIat. ?" ?i.
children of Blue Pond attended i I will be a candidate for ) the good of the Y
church here : Commissioner from District I. S. E. SPARKS. the advancemen,,, m.iu lit
Sunday.
.' blanks South tt.a rtr eo. subject to the will cally or flnanclanj V
legal ur ,
A large crowd from here attended promissorynotex of the voters In the Democratic For School Hoard. I)l.t. 3 support will 1,. 'III, r'ly .

the political speaking at. retain flUe uotrsv carried -ITo primary May 7. If elected. I Promise I hereby announce myself a candidate ted.
In stock by the Bradford to carry out the duties of the for School Board member RAL.pifFur ,
Graham Tuesday night of last I County the Voters of the Eighth Judicial office to the best of my ability.Your from District Two, subject to the AM
Telegraph.OTICH. Circuit.: J.m a candidate for vote and support will be will of the voters In the Democratic -
week.Millard Clrt'ult Jurftra- of the ElKhth Judicial greatly appreciatedrtesoectfully.. primary of May 7. If you 'tepresrntiiti.,.
and Freeman Varties 1 \ OP APPLICATION: Circuit Co succeed Judge A. Z.Adkln. want Your school affairs kent out be 1 wish to announi-e, T'
-
of Palatka were visiting relatives I FOR TAX DfOKI) ... I Bhall appreciate your. O. C. CAHUM.For of politics and run In a -sound, your candidate fL ", ..ffi''..
here (Senate BUII.! e- 13) vote and support. ..economical buHlness-Uke manner Legislature Reprenentatlvc r n.
Saturday. NOTICE: is HEREBY; GIVEN. UEMtV; L. OBAY ntr f.a.j.iseio.er.-Dl5t.. S ''I respectfully 'solicit your vote and ocratlo sulijoo' Ibl'
Air. and Mrs. R. J. Goodge and L That It. S. Wasdln. holder of Tax Gainesville. Florida I am O Qualified and announce myself support. Primary In May.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnea of Max-, Certificate No. 101, 'Indued the 4th a candidate for "the office of W. P. SMITH. I ford am asking (th prnpls v
day of July A. D. 127. has filed Commissioner from District county to contlnu. ,JL
vine were visiting friends here name In my office and has mad.&pplkIon Per Circuit Judge >'a.County subject to the will of the voters For School lIo..d-DI.. I I fldence In me by re -lectin,
I f.r a> tax deed to b. TO THE VOTERS OF T IIB May 7th. 1940. I I your Representative M, ,
election day.
on hereby
I announce my candidacy lence of
/ CIRCUIT active
Saturda'L Issued thereon. Said certificate EIGHTH JUDICIAL : I, I ncrvlii, in
em will be
Your and appreciated for
vote support member of School Board from of
nominationfor Representatives
for I
L braces the following de.rrlbedprop..rt I am a candidate I In (irnt7
) and will aid me a District No. 1
"A. a ..........1... tor y.... i of Jacksonville are upending a ford. State, In of the County of Brad. Eighth reappointment Judicial Circuit.a* Judge If of I the am humane cause-that of helping the will of the. Lawtey.voters In subject the primary to-I qualifies clerk and me a"to a memWr 3

,"L roty ........1..1......... I .dn ... few days here with relatives. Lot 1 of Blk Florida 2 In 8WV to-wltr or NEVt, nominated and reappointed I.will I underprivileged children of Brad election of May 7. If elected I greater and mon render'omplMti) for..S
( If elected I ford County. I will' k 11 1.,..
tkst wol for
pretend ran best Interestof I .
'In save the tax $11.600.00 I am 100 '
Oraham. payer
election pe 't'
Rev. W. T. :Mens hew filled his I It Township ''t
Irhanae .., Ke '
the entire county and all schools In the county. Your
i M I will appreciateour. vote Pec.fullv.H range.
1. .......... but I .... o.lr i>roml.eta regular appointment here Sunday. Ulb. Range 21 East. j I FIELDS vote and support. will "be ap I
\'j\< | work .. fcnrJ I. the ...,...,.*. The assessment of the said prop- support A. Z. ADKINS preciated. I I will continue t ti, '|)"Iuiwq J
..1, buNlaIaN .. I It... ..0........ I. Doc Warren of Starke was in erty under the said certificate! Issued ''F... 3 ne"pertflllly. I cultural LeglslHtlm', for tki ]
.nmisslonrr-flIst.'
was In the name of Mr. D. County ( fits of the
farmerI
i Imr own t ..liei.moris; the lour section Sunday.Mr. J. 5. BUDDY) NORMAN. I .
A. Rarry. I hereby announce myself a candidate .
IlklnK-i. that should fce done I. ,I will rifhttii
V kin. office .... Mhleh I will try and Mrs. Luther Harper certificate shall be, Interest rates i"cumJ
of ,
I tlimi
I'V lie IK to ahnllBk .....1 .... aEGrirlilaint friends redeemed according to law theproperty To the people of Bradford County from District Three (South Slarke..ubj..t ) For School Board-l>l"t. 1 I will
0. In
were visiting here cunt ,
Sunday. I in ti hi
and to make It _.- described therein will be' Sincerely trusting that I may be to action of the voters In announce my candidacy decrease ole I
olhle fur peuple Ii. resell their I Fate Brown of Rising made a ....Id to the highest bidder at the permitted to continue to nerve you. the Democratic Primary of May 1. t.1rhM'; of The School Board I I for of taxesam
ft:4 I peanlnnii withoUt kelnsc pat off business here court house door on the first Mon >. your Clerk of the Circuit Court 1940. I am In favor of better roads from District 1, subject to the will I the Increased ptnimi
trip one day last aged, widow ,
;1': tr..m year lo rear With ffMtllsh I I day In the month of June, It 40. I announce my candidacy for thisoffice for our county and If elected will of the voters In the primary election -I, children. and dwd n
9. land endle. *.....ll...... TheIrventy \ week. which Is the Ird day of June, l'40, subject to the next Democratic work for the good of our county of May 7. I promise if I will
i. Dated this 16th day of Primary. I appreciate the kind. at all '""". eletted. to sponsor and work r.,
cotnmUnlimeri- culled T. H. Hill made a business April bring to (the 8< I passage of
trip
:" I ..n hr the siitternment ...... UfO ness and confidence shown me by J. I. WYNN. lion of the school leitltilati r 10")
for
... Clerk of Circuit Court of rendered. and for .o long a* I the um if the )pw
*
rUliUflN > .111. n-i unit nlkeiwill ,| A crowd from here attended Bradford For ('o..mlsaiuner-Iiut. 3.ut all patrons,
................... ....I..t......... Ond I <'..iinv. Klorl.la 4.15 5t 5-17. I[ hold office will contlnueto, I wish County to candidacy .' t..h.e... lIrrn..d:; ,.. ... r.. needy.am ;
.': ( do eterrfklna I" ""' power : the speaking in Starke Saturday r.'naer, every service .na COUrt.syIn for County announce Commissioner my Her. I wilt i appreciate' your: vote" :- I county for I ben oafs [r.|
I '0 tend to tkli hUIdOi10 tkelr afternoon. iv Tin ruin'IT rot:11 T 0.. my power. Your assistance will .
H.
t front District Three (South !Starke:! ), A. DISHOP. I am for the .
.t slay It ci me.. up. I Mil"I Kl.Olllllt KK.IITM JllMflM,I ". "" """" | 00 lag ki
.r I help run set >our i>ea.,..... Mrs. Herbert Prescott was ClltrllT.M. > FOR. lIlt tit.KOHI A. j. THOMAS. .Uhl..t to the.will of the I will support fits loton,
<\ 'In.... I faber old nae .....1.... visiting her Mrs. Willis I ) ( rvrv.. iv If"lty. In the Democratic. Primary vOI.r.1 For Nchool llonrd_Illnl. t teachers.
( ...... later p., I.. tkem .."I..... aunt, O1IUKII OP PtIILIC.II4)- 7. If elected I will at all I hereby nnnounca my candidacy I feel that I anv.lI. acuJ
+, %w n Itt"IC-.I" IIIpnxer.. Itlll I Dyal, Friday. NOTK'H TO APPKAK For IVantr 'l'a, ollectmrI I guard the Interest of the County for re-election as School Board with the wishes ami dolretj
.. H.. hough they were my personalbusiness. 'member from District. people of Uradfoirt. uiunselfishly
> remember that It l Ike I j One, Lawtey jountj
hereby candidacyto
Mrs.
Joe Sweat of TO announce my
..,1: I people ........,. Shut. U spent Starke was : HITHEH T. STEWART: U succeed myself as Tax Collectorof ', Your vote and support .In the Democratic l primary electionof protect your I liw
'k I hy the. .......1, ..0..1....,...... I visiting her sister. Mrs. Riley J.It.'AT.n M. $ and J H.K. OlrtIsa, Bradford County subject to the will be highly appreciated.Sincerely. May 7. My only promise la that upon the floor of the How
I' I niiil will flvkt na>te ..... e,- Sweat this week. MITClLEI-r.: T. HItA Wand iemocratlc primary to be held May I will continue to work for the best I atsure you Hint T will n
..i rR.&nnee.. at ....rr .u.... Tkerlilnlntc his wife. AMONUA; RHAWt; (11A8noni.nrrt 7th.. 1940. I have tried to render It. K. ( BOB) DEMOIIKST I Interest of ALL the schools In our to the dictates of u few CON
't ..,.. too ...ny IblilitO .hat arid. W. P: Smith and N. D. Wainwright ROEiKltTS J and. wife. KDMOXIA you t faithful. honest and efficient county. Interests who attempt to apollxe

" In thU ennnlr for amy ol of Starke were in our wife. SUSIE: B.U.McLEMOHK McLRMOKK 8.and C service aa your Tax Collector I .-'".. ('0007 ('omml..si..ner-list. I J. H. MOORE. and profile il' tht d
Ill-i .. ; of the
lund be s'.led. taxpayerIf
<
,L' inenarr u IloANPunmArrl..d earnestly solicit your support andIf I hereby announce my candidacy
THOMAS W
:
: \ p I1 Regret That The R..Jlh of section Monday. PITTS and wife. ALICE U PITTS; elected again I. shall continueto for County Commissioner, of Dls- For. County School Superintendent experience you a.will a I tutoi 1 i,. feel if w ts.,
Winfred Hazen of Brookcr was P. I. McCALL and wife' MARY I. render you the name service aa trkt One comprising Ijxwtey and I hereby announce
9 ; I Berry Kt-naon Mukp. It ImpoIliln *- visiting here Sunday afternoon. McCAI.I: ,\\'. R. WcOREOOR; D. R I have In the pant. Vicinity' subject to the Democratic for the office of Superintendent my candidacy of Bradford County voti t and i .Iff.capacity .

1'" For Ale To Call On EveryVoter. McNEII; T. R IIAISDEN: C. CPAitxtut C. A. KNIGHT.TO Primaries In Mav. If elected I Public Instruction of Bradford support will your be nriatl\ cuu
honest and appmCEOnOB
promise faithful attention -
, I }'ou11I 4 : JOHN ALEXANDER County. subject to the will of the : H. Bl
, Not
' hope to the duties of the of flee.
' IRAtlAM. and wtf... .. ORA- -o'r-F;;: Demovratio electors. in the primary
: I Hold Thix AKoltUlt Me And Resigns As Postmaster HAM. whose true Christian name I TIlE BRtDFOHD The vote .and support of th.elll.n. elec'tion'on May 7. 140. If elected .. ., .
/ \vUI Jtenember To Is unknown: JAMES U HATES and t'OtTYt of solicited.the district are respectfully to this Important office I pledge to BUS SCI1EILLE
J' Miss Cedora Conner has been wife KITTIE M. OATEM: J. M. I HEREBY announce my candidacy the people of this county
!' ) VOTE FOR named acting postmaster at Lake and wife __. WATERS whose ford County. I have never held the duties Involved Your vote and
I!I Butler, succeeding George Johns true Christian. name IK. unknown; any office within the gift of the For Connty Commissioner.. 1 active support will be greatly ap Leaves Starke at 2201|
who WILLIAM II. DRIUOERS and wife, people of thin County before. Ifelected ,. Believing that my record as your preciated 12:30 p. m.. 1:45: p. m, E:
O. C. CASON resigned recently. Mr. Johns KHKKIEIIH. whose true Chris- I will give you efficient.)County' Commissioner for my first DR. W. E. MIDDLETON
: |I stated that his commission expi tian name Is unknuun: H. r*. courteous. and faithful service In term entitles! n.. to a second term, m.,. and 10:10: p. m.
\ WAI.DHAITER, also known a. H. this office. I I I hereby announce myself as a Candidate SoutbboundLeaves
For County 'ommlinloner |: red In March and that be resigned c. WALTHOUR, andwife.. .. Slne..rely.N. I I I for re-election as County After For Conaty Superintendent
OlHlrlrt No. S in MIHS Conner's favor WALDHAfER. whose true Christian D. WAINWRiaHT. JR. Commissioner for District Number! friends moving hack home my Starke at 2:40: t

\ name Is unknown; L. W. (Inc. Your support will be appreciated. have many throughout the county 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p m. art
asking that he !
be persuaded
.' relieved as SHAW: JNQ. R EARU JR. and me to run for Su
. ( ( Paid Political Advertisement) I I quickly as his accounts could be wife II. I). EARL: n. U. AMBLER; For ('.....". Tn* A.*.....or P. D. REDDISH. for perintendent Bradford of Public Instruction p. m.
%sIt.. LANK and wife. it!. A. I hereby announce my candidacy County. I hereby an Westbound

checked and approved. W.LANE H.; MASSEVand CAMPBELL:: BROTHERS...Ir.. c *?;. for A-..-.re-election----C T......to_ the office of 1'.... tmmt9 Co..n.iasloner.Iist.At '. flounce(if Superintendent my candidacy or for Th.hti.the -office. In. Leaves Starke at 5.35 p

MASSKY: : J. -I). LANE -and -wife With my experience and the re- the request of many of my ruction for Bradford County subject and 11:30: a. m.
LANE whose true Christian suIts In the way of tax reduction friends I hereby announce my candidacy to the primaries In May 19f1)
name Is unknown" ; If any be living durIng my present administration, for County Commissioner of I promise If elected a fair honest Kaslliouml
and if dead. their respective I feel no hesitancy In asking for district number one Law ley. subJect economical and businesslike. admin Leaves Starke at 5:20: p i

IF YOU \V ANT YOUR SCHOOL AFFAIRS :unknown heirs .al.n law, devisees, the continued support of the voter to the will of the Democratic vote istration and I earnestly solicit your Ticket office and bus i dConway'
legatees 1I' ... assign: andPKVIMrLAIl If re-elected. I promise' four more voters of the district. I feel that support
KUPT OUT OF POLITICS AND RUN ON A NAVAL STORES I I yearn of courteous and efficient my past experience" well qualifies E. R. POPPELL.For Service Station o
\ m** to perform the duties of this
COMPANY, a corporation: BROOK I service. -
13 and 48
SOUND. ECONOMICAL BUSINESS BASIS ER TL'RPENTINE COMPANY a'I Thanking you most sincerely for I office satisfactorily. Thanking youfor Superintendent Public Highways
corporation : CON Ot.lDATEU) your vote and support I am past and future support, I amRespectfully Instruction ,
NAVAL STORES COMPANY a corporation Yours respectfully I hereby
VOTE FOR announce as a ..ndldal. ,

; WILSON:" A TOOMER I t:. W IIA YES. J. M. HOSIER. .. for re-election In the Primary NEW TBAEV cIffDNOrt.tboUfltl

FEHTILIZER COMPANY I a corporation to he held May 7, 1S40. I have'
; RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL. a K..r County CommUnloner-Illst. II served the people of Bradford
W P. SMITHFOR corporation: and JAS. T. SUITORand For Connty T... Aeneenor I wish to announce that I am a County for the past eleven ,. i No. 2-Due Starke 6:13: i L
I' JNO. McRAE. as Trustees for t take pleasure In announcing my candidate for the office of (" vCommissioner and haTe held. the people
the Florida Railway Company.corporation a candidacy for the office of Tax from District. Five. I children and their Interest .ar.1 No. 108-Due Starke 6.21
'. ; and their respective Assessor of Bradford County sub earnestly solicit the support of the most In everything. I have Southbound
unknown grantees, .ueces.ors. and JoiSt to the Democratic PrImary. voter r always to give you the best schools 1033,1
assigns: and any persons, naturalor Ma/1. I honorably solicit the vote HI. O. HARRELL. p.mslbl and If you will favor me I I I No. 1-Due Starke
MKMIIEK:: OF; SCHOOL BOARD corporate. claiming any right. :{ .tPfoo.f.b:: people I and if with this election I promise only' No. 107-Due Starke 9.20 ij
;:
itle or Interest In and to the fol- .,. a fair. Impartialand one thing and hat Is
continued
Far County Co.amlssi.tn.r-.4tist.. :.1 Im .. I
'
described Stui-ke-Ik-11 I1rurWNo.
:- DISTRICT NUMBER TWO owlnr lands or any por- economical a d m I.nietration. provement of schools and better
Jon .. I wish tn announce my candidacy
.h..reof.t"ot.\ lying and beIng Sincerely advantages for StaikeT-l
:yours your children. 101-Leaves
for re-election I
as County CommlsHloner
In the County of TIradford and LUCIAN O. HAZH.V.Kor am your
servant
Stale of Florida and more par- 'I from DI..trl..t. 6. Brooker and vice at all times.and at your ser daily except Sunday \
:' ticularly described .. :New River. I feet that my pastexperience for Thanking you
: Siark
your vote and No. 102 Arrives |
U'akl Pointful Advertisement) 1'1..111- I makes me more capable "upport May 7, -
f: ., Bradford ("0...,. nf handling the office 1940 I am yours for better schools.I
than
L t Three (3)) I the East Half To the before,,. p. m.
voter of Bradford
( > of the North (NSi) f hereby CDuntY'j and If re-elected I promise to give A. J. QR1FFIS.Fur '
f"1 :rl'f announce myself -
7 Four (4) Lot date you the best service that I can po.-
Five (5)' : Ihe South Half (SI.) for re-election to the office of eii.ly I redder. Thanking you all County Kchnol iinDerlntenilT''eb WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE
Sheriff and If nominated and reelected for past and future ."pport,1! '
r of Lot Six I (6) ; the North your \ announce my candidacy'
Ttiree-Quartera (N 3-4) of effort, toIve I promise clean to continue my Tours respectfully, for the office of Supeilntendent of L
Lots Seven 11), Eight fill.) and a progressive T. D. DTAL.I Public Jr..rruellon for Bradford used Wl
honest Impartial. and fearless adminIstration
: Mne; (!ill ; the North Half (NM,> loiintv. If .elected I promise! an Has long been

tJ.1111111111 of I....>t Ten ItO and the North law. 1 earnestly and enforcement solicit your of sup the For ('..unty Cctmnilmloner-l>liit. :3 I administration honest:: fulihfiil.I and: economical pelling round worms am
Twelve of this
(12) If
acres ( the South port. 1 wish to announce that I am a'| I office. I|I
Half (1-10,1; of Lot Ten .arn..lly solicit dren. Price 35c.C1UL1'hNTklt'S .
(10) A. O. ANDREW cnnilldnte for member of.the Board your vote ..nd.lIpprt.
all In 8..llonIev..n 1t".I'.1 I II. Sl1Florldlans
(7) Township of County Commissioners from l>isfrlct | fully \ lJUL'O
Seven ((7) South Range Two. .,.hb..t tn will nf n.m_ l (I. McCIAULEY
Twenty (20) East.. For Sheriff ocrntlo voters- of Bradford-County. I

J. I YOU AND 1 EACH OK YOU, I I wish to announce my candidacy If elected' I will strive to render For "Plate' Oenntor
Do Your Trading whether kti"wn <.r unknown are for sheriff of Brad ford County sub <% fair and Impartial service. As tony 1'.t the Democrat I o Voters of
hereby notified that a suit has ject to the Democratic primary to ability, I offer my record as Union and ItruiUord Counties.:
10....ii "brought against you In Ihe I be held May 7. 1940. It elected. I councilman of the City of KtarkeW I hereby announce for the office 5
; ,
;, where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware {Irciilt Court for Bradford County will discharge. the duties. of the of- .. M. (MITCH) EDWAHDS. of' State Senator, subject to the
are Klorliia.: In Chancery, by LELANUV. fire to the best of my knowledge rr'Ln"le"I "f May 19 iO. If elected. S
I given away with every $10 in tradeSMITH'S HKOW.V an> :9 work for nn Increase in old
: certificates. ,I. llltoWN/ : that the! nature of the vote and support of all the At the request of a few of my age assistance, for the blind and
or ..iltl I suit Is to quiet and confirm voters of Bradford County. Yours rlends I attain offer myself as a ('rlple.l. and for orphans. I will

: Are KnlreimilIn liilnUfV title and the title of respectfully, candidate for County Commissioner M""rd cooperate. with you people and ... whe Dick
('....b If heir ultimate grantees. by warranty :M. t.. JOHN'S. from District Two. pledging you your interest at all time.. honcsiy.trlllgrence .
," GARAGE deed to the I land above de. that I will give you the best service highly vote nnd, support will b. governors fQr
A on house* crlbed; and you are hereby re- that I can possibly. render. Thank. nppre..lllted.8In"tlI..ly, slnccritvstructlve Ind
Ji STARKE. FLORIDA ,,"red, to file with the Clerk of For Huprrt ln.,r of HeKl.trallon log you for pmt and fun-re sup- yours, shoUU !
..,,"1 'ourt In hi. office In Starke, I am a candidate for the offl. pOEt I am. DRBW H. DUKES work
'lorlda.. your written appearanceItersnual nf Supervisor of Registration of Respectfully low the banner of t thll ;

or by attorney In said llradfnrd County Florida subject to L.l L. CONNER ..*.>.. ...t.. ,enntor. live BRISTOL
lilt on the first Monil.t) In Mny the Democratic To son.
Primary and voters
repectfully of Bradford
r i il'o' A. I). 1940. being the sixth day solicit ; vote and ("unties: I take and Union PRESS.
your
this'
,' I of salfl month, and thereafter to support. For Connlr ('.iuussls.ioaer-Diu.. 4 flouncing melhod of an.
a will be Impo3 lble for me to file with said Clerk your written JAME3 F. HOU..INQ3WORTH. 1 hereby announce my candidacy Slate Senator myself' as a candidate for

call on each voter personally efensen.. It any. to the bill of comilalnt for the office of County Commissioner for the oridi '."
In said suit at tn* time pre- District Number Four comprising Sr.tMSr'fDllrr! t of *'I> con.
before election. Please consider: .crlbed by law. the voting precincts of and Union
Counties
For
annertleor and I .
; this mesi.age; a personal; call .. Herein fall not or Judgement I wish to announce Rea-Ulmtlon my candidacy Oraham If elected Hampton I promise and Theressa.'I! support and vole of .airnZmoVratl?

... tiom me.. will I.e. entered against you bylSof.utt. Tor the office of Supervisor of faithful and economical an admini honest, Voters Yours respectfully. ZEkJANDE
, Registration of Bradford County stration. of said office. M. J. 8APP RE-ELECT
THE BRADFORD COUNTY subject to the will of the voters In The vote and ,
support of
Let Us Trade TELKURAPH.: a newspaper of gen. the Democratic Primary of May 7, Democratic. voters are all For Stat.
'. eral I circulation published in Brail- 1940 I feel that I am capable of solicited. earnestly, I am Senator
F' You vote for me on May 7th.I ford County, Florida Is hereby marrying out the duties of' this of. T. C. CHA8TA1N. atllr fur JJr.clford.nnoun"ln.for State Ren.
and
designated. as the newspaper In fice and promise to serve the pee- ties Union t'oun.
will gUe )'ouI years of efficient which this notice shall be pub. pie to the best of my ability. Tour Primaries.I "uhl..t to 1\1 a y Democratic
Ished once a week for four con vote and support will be sincerely For C....y Commissioner...Ill.t. 4
r' service. erutlve weeks prior to said sixth appreciated. I hereby announce myself a can 'vaTTt-e1'1: to farming, business,
r' 'k. day nf May A. D. 1940. .7. F. Klckllter didate for re-election as County tries; and livestock Indus
cheaper
I Iit I WITNE my hand and seal of Commissioner from District number money. for auto tagsm ore
_ said Court at Starke .Florida thlt four comprising the voting precincts nrph..n.1 aged. blind wldow..nd
:. : 4th 1.y of April. A. 1>. 140.OFFICIAL For Supervise' .f lle.U<....... of riraham. Hampton and iit'ing" .0..1 schools' and roads;
I, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, To The oters nf Bradford County: 'I Theressa If re-elected I promise drivers' Wages r.. I' lalorers, bus
al"l
Clerk Circuit Court Bradford I ant formally announcing tn do my duly to the best of my I..ch.r.
my Your
it. Vote Fur And Elect S County Florida. ..11 &t &-1 candidacy for Supervisor of Itegistration -1 ability Thanking you for past ..neln..p.otf'll vole will le appreciated
for llrndford County nubct future support, I sm SIncerely,
E. R. PoPI'I:14L I : I DO NOT SUFFER J.- tn the will nf the voters of' Y. JSII.NKMT UK WITT.
this county on May 7th, 1948 B. WABDIN. -
:. I If you suffer tt\e\ agonies of I renllse that I am the first 'I *"*? ,State "........
CUCUt; )' Siliixil Superintendent P i acid-indigestion. you had better woman tn seek a public office In I For ,Henool Hoard-IlUt>> H ford I an asking the voters ot Dr.d.
this and ('nit.. '
county. However I
am sure I hereby announce ( "untl... .tn
lie I* C JuaIJl.sI i start taking Blsma-Rex at once. I am fully capable of hamlilnir the dldHte for ......I.cUon myself from a School ran nate m. In the comIng Primary n"lIIl
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I This duties ctinnecletl with thin h"lr .."a lor. I
4-actlon antacid powder .lth..1 Board District' No. t subject to the will .1..1'.1.
I have lived In this county 11 action of voters at the four support and .01. If ..I.t.c'
E. R. POPPELL starts relief In 3 mlnutea. You Years and have supported the :May 7. 1540. If elected. I Primary promise ''' .. to work for a liberal U.S.SENAT

cnn get a bottle of BO doses for Democratic. party 100 percent and h. continue a fair ennsclenllous and P..I..n I for the 01,1. the biin.t the
will
crippled
appreciate and
(Paid Political Advertisement) 30c at the Rexail! Drug StoreCarpenter's Muppiirt yon may your nfferHlnrerely vote. and any equitable five, to the administration best ,of my ability of this. of d..or t'eIt1sm.. %' cI mt"hdr wilt with ::: DEMOCRATIC 'RIMAItY 4AT

S "J Drug Store in Starke. Respectfully, its eliminate the red
A.ICI.U.. !:t.Ut) AN PHlUO now 1'11111' t. tape _
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HTAKKK, FLORIDA PAOK: TIIKKH:


t'rh Blood Pressuret 60 rises points eight rise.fold among those with! Copper Fungicide I Florida LeadsIn Opportunity OpenIn I were visiting friends and rata'Y I

lives in Lake Butler and WO.1.Ington -
"There lit no very good medical Good to Reduce Seven Activities N Y A RanksAll
Springs Sunday afternoon.
U. S. Disease treatment, said the report "A

Serious program of adequate rest recreation Melon Diseases ''I'' Florida in 1939 showed greater Bradford County boys and .. . ,. .d.. .. .. .. ,, :
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avoidance of gains than the Nation in '
nervous seven
was de- "The following family history and stress Watermelon! losses from downy girls, either white or colored, between ., ''I
pressure strain, acquisition of calm out of eight commercial activities, \ I
blood a
h la exemplary" said the mildew and anthracnonp can be the of 1 and 25 ,
report ages t ta
years
physicians rs peaceful attitude, use of seda' the Florida State Chamber e f p ;
bY serious dl8ease "The grandfather died at 72 years lives, maintenance o f normal reduced by keeping the plants Commerce said yesterday on the wanting part time work, areurged I
oat of a stroke; the mother died at covered with a copper fungicide, this week to contact the
weight and basis of
Judicious of a survey made by a national -
life use
an complaint has 60 years of 'Brights disease,' and drugs such as potaalum according to Dr. M. N Walker, business publication. National Youth Administrationarea

common a. the num- the eon, aged 33, is seriously III anate, Is as good as any.gulphocy" plant pathologist in charge of Moat' Impressive was Florida's supervisor. A, B, Campbell, l'l'I.
heart dlfleaso first 0of with hypertension (high blood the State Experiment Station, record In construction Jr? of Jacksonville, who will be
the There Is heavy ,
killer among toll pressure) which will probably terminate a new surgical treat- I field laboratory at Leesbu'g.I I which Increased 138 at the Welfare Office over Den- a :
Its yearly ment for high blood I percent In w 1 1y ,
death pressure, I
his life within "Like other mark's Furniture Store
next
about 375.000.about a few but the report said It many crops; Dr. 1939 over 1938. Average for the t .
Yen as 350,000 the last ofgUre months." only for a small can bused < Walker saya, "watermelons are United States was only 8 per Thursday (and every Thursday) $ f

heart disease. High blood pressure as the real of sufferers and percentage off to a late start this year and cent, while that of the South Atlantic morning from ten until eleven k J J'I
j tor the effects are because of this fact they are>' o'clock. He will take applica- 'I 1 1Ryt .r
made by Doc- .:Suse of so many deaths has escaped mostly temporary. The region was 70 per cent ; ,
was surgeon more likely to be affected Inter tions and make assignments. 1 t, -
report Also ,
Ad- notice because I noteworthy of business ,F I I
A. W. until recently severs two of the dR .
I
V, Allen and sympathetic In the season by these two dig prosperity In the State, the State In an Interview this) week, Mr. + P i, J ,I ..
th of the Mayo Clinic and physicians have been at- nerve trunks leading to the abdominal eases. For this reason, growers Chamber declared were passenger Campbell stated that an un- 1, "j 1; !
of Minnesota region. The result is re- > .j'
nlverslty tributing these fatalities to a laxed tension in abdominal will do well to take preventiveand car !sales! which increased limited number of young peoplecan J 1' :

1 School variety of other causes, Including cries and easier art control measures against 63 per cent na compared with 40 be employed so long as x ,;
flow "blood
cause of high blood presey hemorrhage or bleeding of with lessened of them" per cent for the Nation and 47 material to work with Is fur- ,t '
In pressure. ..
Is an ''ncrease A thin film of nished by the and % : ,:
said the brain and copper on the per cent for the region. people com- ; '
kidney trouble Out of I.
222
the flow throughVt persons so operated leaves or fruit kills the disease Other gains compared with munity. At present, he stated,
branch out from Some cases of heart disease, although upon, the of 114 there 39 '.,
s t pressures went spores as they reach the plants 1938: Household refrigeratorsales are only enrollees In the I I '
The reason is not by no means all of them up again after a brief drop. But in wind-blown water and by other 49 per cent; farm Income, county. The program permits a 'J' ,,:

Heredity, however is one are really due to high blood pres-! one unexpected benefit appeared, agencies. To be satisfactory Dr. 13 per cent; electric power out. young person to work 70 hours !,. .-.t'

even after the blood pressure Walker points out the spray 01 put, 13 per cent; value of checks per month at 18 cents per hour, 1iff' < .

report drew a startlingof sure.Normal went back to high again, some of dust must be applied thoroughlyand drawn, 10 per cent; sales of ordinary a monthly Income of $12.60 per < r -..
heredity's connection. pressures average from their symptoms, such as headaches !- frequently enough to keepall life insurance, 4 per cent, month for the otherwise Idle ELECT \1 >,;Nrti ;

the disease runs in faml- 100 to 130. Insurance figures did not return. Pain In parta of the plant covered. At and gasoline consumption, 7 per young peiBon. : t .' .,f.

e second generation dies show that the death rate doubles the: chest and fatigue, two other !least three sprayings or dustings cent. Young people out of school are D. H. DUKES p.d.l'.,.p.:

than the first and the for persons with blood pressure frequent symptoms in high pres- during the season are necessaryfor Construction in the region has I preferred Mr. Campbell said, but STATE SENATOR J r..: jI.t', :

rller than the second. 30 points over the normal, and sure, also were eliminated for this purpose. been a bolstering htialnnmt. factor .I all will be given consideration It Union & Bradford Counties j

.... long perIods I I Glowers who want to combattwo and contracts awarded since la hoped to begin a project con \\.f!' ; :'
pests at one time-the diseases the first of the year have run structing a club house at Brad- I ljl

HELP ELECT R. L. LEE Cafe Owners and aphida may use a 20 per cent ahead of 1939. At ford Park If enough young peoplecan MY RECORD ,.JII"4'
the same time nationwidetotals be enrolled and materials 'l.
containing and nicotine can
spray copper "
Chairman Board of Public In- t fAcnaetlon
Get Tax RefundFor have ; : \
Commissioner been lower than last be furnished At present in the ) : ''
Union four ? i
County County
year, the State Chamber added. state 9,625 young people are ;:
along time, Florida cafe The first application should be Florida terms. Kcprr'*iitntlve In Legtoitture t t : \;
retail sales .
for February working under the NYA.VANDERIJILT. /
District No. Three owners have complained againstthe made shortly after the vines begin were 128 cent from Union County la i t\1: .I
per ahead of /
running; the second about: I 0.19 senalon. ) ysI'
{i/.tI.
annual
high license tax of those for the same month last ,
ks a resident! of a populous farming: section he $37.75, which they have paid two weeks after the first; and year, while electric power consumption -, XPRmENCEJ) OAI'AIILK : ''t :; \ ;iJf
the third and last after the melons 1 t
Miss Velma Norman .
Ily
familiar with your needs. As your Commissioner three years. But due to a new Is up approximately 11 I am In favor of the State ., F': :-: ti
have If there Is \ "
a set. considerable Il
faithful service. lie ruling by the State Supreme per cent, I nU"4'.dnlt any Federal grantor \' l ;: ;\ ;'t
he will render you disease In the field just Violet and Geneva Rosier .and ''I J.. !
to Court, the tax, fflJm now on, will II I White of old age Mtatance. ::1( :,
Shag the qualifications necessary satisfy youVOTE before harvesting, another application Ray Gainesville were
amount to less than 1-2 that I shall work for the farmers' 1 t
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in this office. amount: $1225; It was recently of the' copper fungicide Is No Difficulties visiting, Miss Velma Norman Sunday Interest. and' the benefit' of .i mIF "J, :y:7 7laborers
advisable to reduce its
spread. '
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announced.It .
EncounteredThe school teacher, and
FOR HIMPaid l Is asserted that the refund Bordeaux .....-60 is the old Mr. and Mrs, Levy Norman bUN drivers.I t! 'j : .
standard fungicide for spraying and family of Vanderbilt were t .I
likely cannot be made until about melons, but there are several usual shopworn anecdotesof shopping In Jacksonville Satur Mill rnojterate with you for .d :t,:
( for by friends of R. L.. Lee) next fall. However, Starke's other that have the community census taker I your txwt Interest. : plc,I '
cafe have received copper sprays seem to be out of place In 1940 day.Mr. I favor economical atlmlni- t"
owners already control of unthrac- ala ), tv; '.
given good and Mrs. Allen Howard
heir's for this year, tax collector Starke statistics The traditional II ration--one that will be eontntuiit : "
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and mildew, Dr. p ,,+
noso downy
and children of Gainesville were '
shotgun wielders, who quite often \'
C. A. Knight said this week. with our State' gen- .tI,
Walker says. the of Mr. and Mrs J. H, .
guests
Joe Noegel owner of the Courthouse I eject the unhappy enumerators rnl welfare.am i iI j :! \ r .
VOTE FOR Cafe, said when questioned from their front yards and doorsteps Manning and family Sunday in favor of the free range f.t I. ',
GRAHAM (or so we told have Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and .'
about the new law: All of are ) for cattta. rif.
DON L. HOOVERFor us had been klckln' about the By Mrs. L. C. Smith definitely not been among those little son, Marlon, of Worthington i ant o|>|"+sel to It'miles' tax ", :I 'fU'In
u local citizens contacted so far by Springs were visiting Mr. form. ,
If he
taxVhen asked was any
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Mi and Mrs A, A. Young- Mrs. Marjorie Col local and Mrs, F. M. Norman I" 'r'S
ley, census Sunday /
had last allowedthe
County Judge glad they at blood of Waldo were visiting enumerator, (Paid Political Advertisement) .
refund, he replied: You're here Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman ti :
doggone tootln'-It helps out Monday.Mr Working eight sometimes nine and family and Donald Alvarez I f..Vr.:, '
I am S3 Year of Age and a Lifelong ,, and Mrs. Ancil Norman hours a day In her housetohousecheckup ',f k .:,;\\b.
Resident of Bradford County and children of Rising visited on Uncle Sam's periodic ,', \,
Another cafe owner, W. E. Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr. and "who, what, and how many" f
Bryant, stated: "I've already got Mis R M Johnson, Sunday, ritual, Mrs. Colley estimated the IT WERE YOUR PERSONAL HUSI- ;. .: rf1f r
It Elected to This Office I Will Serve the mine ." 'J '
Mrs A. and
Mr and Padgett
average family size in this com NESS TO HE ADMINISTERED 1 J'i' ..I

Good People of, Bradford County to the Cafe owners are pleased with daughter. Averllne, and Miss munity to be about 5, the largest WOULD SELECT NOT ONLY AN HONEST, ::1Jj ii'h :
Beat of My Ability. the tax refund hope it will stay Maxine Surrency of Hague were contacted so far, she said, wasa '
small it is. Mrs. J, H. Sur ABLE MAN, BUT AN EXPERIENCED ONE. : : k
as aa now visiting Mr. and family of 12. I : 'lt{ $
Thanking You for Your Vote and Support -
rency Sunday With her total tabulations approaching TIlE COUNTY IS ENTITLED TOT II E r : (./ :;t
Typewriter ribbons ok all kinds Mr. and Mrs Carlton Davis are the two-thirds (
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Paid Political Advertisement) .
( SAME CONSIDERATION I :::j
for sale at the Telegraph office. the proud parents of a baby mark, the entire job should "I II 1 ,"4'ti}

I I girl born Saturday April 20th. i be finished by May 2. The cooperation ReElectT. '. 1 '1J

? The little lady has been named:) and willingness of the ,, : r"w{
: Betty Ann. t public In answering the various \
Mr and Mrs. Carl Broughton (questions has, according to Mrs D. DYAL ,;i
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and sons, Billie and Bobble, were Colley, greatly simplified the none -"tl
For SENATOR visiting In Jacksonville Friday. too simple process of taking an County Commissioner, District 5 l "I"

Mr. and Mrs. R M. Johnson accurate censusRefuge I, I t
visited their son-in-law and (Paid for by friend of T. D. Dyal) ;.' I \

daughter,. Mr, and Mrs. Ancll Officially ,, "11'

Norman, Tuemluy I.
VOTE FOR Miss Marie Dyal and Miss Alta Named For Durden :

Smith were visiting in Gainesville THE BIGGEST BUSINESS IN BRADFORD COUNTY t
Sunday afternoon. In the late A. A. Durden, Brad

B. B. Blackburn of St Petersburg ford County had a top-notch TODAY IS TilE COUNTY'S BUSINESS I rj

was visiting here Thursday. game warden who loved his work,
FRED P. CONE <
and was Interested In the county's YOUR BUSINESS :
conservation of game. Early this I /

VOTE FOR month In honor of Mr. Duiden, SELECT A BUSINESS MAN TO HELP DIRECT IT ur ,
the State Commission of Game
I and Fresh Water Fish announcedthat RE-ELECT *'r, t
One of the best Watchdogs of thePeoples GEO. INMAN the game refuge In Brad-

I ford County would, In the future, R. S. WASDIN ".i' ,
Money" Florida ever had FOR REPRESENTATIVESTATE be known u,: the A. A Durden
LEGISLATURE Game Refuge COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT FOUR 1;. .

J To all who knew him this will r.
ENERGETIC EFFICIENT DEPENDABLE
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represent a triumph brought i.

'e send a man to Washington who knows HOW TO'Read the record below.Cone Hee halt for reduced about by keen knowledge, close (Paid for by friends of R. S, Wasdln I

E. Let's send a man who knows not only the yourself how Fred and In- attention, and deep Interest In and friends of Bradford County) I .<
State expanses his )Job. Responsible for the "
ENCE OF GOVERNMENT but also the BUSINESS creaMed State and County income .
Commission's action Is: the Brad- \
"OVERNMENT a man whose RECORD proves in the department under bin upervUtlon KY ford County Fish and Game Club. I

t h SOws how to combine GOOD GOVERNMENT how he has put ,,,b Charles Darby, President of the

ECONOMY. Florida head and shoulders above Club, this week said the office FOR STATE SENATOR : ; ,'

['a send a man to the U. S. Senate who has "Horse- aid the for other the!Southeastern aged and blind State. .In. left death vacant has not by yet been Mr. filled Durden's and VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT t ,

M*. A man whose rich store of plain, down-to-earth HOW UK: II.CUT EXPENSES: probably will not be for some ERNEST HEWITT : : f

'ht- orwardness and honesty will win added reOF TUB GOVERNOR'S OFFICE time. ,

jet tK for the State that sent him there. HV 6-1 PERCENT Former Representative of Union County

M The RECORDS of STATE DEPARTMENTAL INCOMEand ,. : DOATDRAIN He is running on his merits and past record. '
I fly Mrs. Z. Z. Griff!
He known and understands your NEEDS.

Expenses Under The Governor's Supervision Mrs. Teeny Goodaon, Mrs Lacy lie has no slush fund nor any paid workers but is ,

TE BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT In- Total decreases in expenses for these Thomas and Mrs Polly Webb, all depending on THE CITIZENS to help him in his ,
Total of INCREASES of Belmore, were visiting relative :
ed total 259730. V.I" race. f
collections from $3,121,514 for three years here Monday.C. I "
year 1936 to $1,278,507 for the year IN REVENUE AND DE- ;i C, Thomas of Green Cove lie is paying his own campaign expenses. l'' :

9. Decreased operating expenses from CREASE IN EXPENSES under CONE 'V11ViL Spring was visiting his sister,, He is now offering his services to the people of \ .'

0.817 in 1936 to $177,050 for the year amount to a GAIN OF. $3.10o,010: FOR Mrs. Leo Grlffls, over the week- Bradford and Union counties. : 'l

s-flr from 8.68 percent to 4.14 perrIlE BENEFIT OF THE SCHOOLS end.Mr. Give The Young Man A Chance ,1""I'
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'- This kind of management, has which receive the revenue collected by t and Mrs. Pete Grlffls were 1

t Department. visiting her father and mother, EXPERIENCED CAPABLE HONEST .; r .
AGE ASthis ,
for
T 4wore; money OLD ALL SOUT1iEASTartment Mr. and Mrs. J M. Dixon of ,r', ,
which is sustained by this FLORIDA LEADS OLDJAGE Lawtey Sunday. \\1'
STATES IN ASSIST- I f
ERN
Mrs. Ida Chase wad visiting
TE U A C IN G COMMISSION InANCE, paying an average of $11.71 per Mrs. Eugene Griffls Sunday.A ,

collections from $1,430,977 for the month as compared to $9.50 in Alabama: VOTE large crowd from this section -

, n of 1935.36 to $2,000,989 for the last $8.09 in Georgia: $7.49 in Mississippi and FOR: attended the birthday party VOTE FOR ,

>n. Decreased from $315,359 $8.15 in South Carolina. FLORIDA 1. Incrraweil .'dl..lonJi. given in honor of Mrn J. R. t
expenses
the> LEADS ALL SOUTIIEASTEIlN STATESYear. Starling of Pine Level!' Tuesday Jerry W. Carter
season of 1935-36 to $187,289 for '
'
BLIND paying $12.38 asCII :1. The Free Ranice." night of last week.
IN AID TO 1
INCREASED REVENUE PAID In Leo Starling and Henry Cone roil U. H. SENATE \ .
COUNTY FROM $16,794 for seacompared to $8.86 in Alabama: $10.02 S. Ajt"aln..tDY Increase In were visiting In this section Sun- I 1

;f, 1935-36 to $26,863 for the season Georgia: $7.33 in Mississippi and $10.75in Taxe. day.Mr .

' in South Carolina. 4. For The ttorklng Man and Mrs. Dan Doree and -t\ '
OR Harold and Doyle and Mr Friend of Jt I
VEHICLE DEPARTMENT intied And HIM Welfare. sons, Lifelong ,.
I and Mrs Rudolph Boree. all of ,Y
collections from $5,447,907 in Fred P. Cone's administration Organl/usl Labor t
5 to During 5. Free Medicine For The Jacksonville were visiting Mr. ,
6-776.007 in 1939. Decreased office of the State Griffin "" \ Wl
eases from of the Governor's 1tw+titute. and Mrs. Zenas Sunday Nationally KmlonmlTqwnwnd I
425,233 in 1936 to $338- Melvin Prevatt of Jacksonville 't
of that office 4
; 1939. Totar increase in revenue of Florida the expenses lie Is Experienced And was visiting Harold Prevatt last Candidate f ;, ,1'J J

I .:18.39 amounts to $2,843,280. have been reduced 64 percent. Will Do All lie Can For weekend.Mr. \

The I'eople of Bradford and Mrs. Z naa Griffis and __ l

This His CandidacyTo County Mrs. Maggie Green were dinner ,,'
Cone Offers
Record Fred P. .
As Governor
guests of Mr. and 1.1... W E. Vote for Jerry Carter and )
YOUR VOTK AND SUPPORT Green Sunday.A '
The People of Florida for United States Senator WILL, BE API'KECIATKn,; large crowd from here attended Help Him Help You .' "I;, l It

(Paid Political Advertisement) the barbecue at Gold (Paid Political A4..rtl..m.nt) (:' : at.::
Fred P. Cone)
raid Political Advertisement _. _Paid for__ M by B Frlenda HB MIMBBHMBBBBHBBBVBVBHB of B B j Head Branch last Wednesday. lilt; t;

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""i' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIO."., 1\1.\\'
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W.r-- S. C. S. To Meet Election Day BoothThe Memorial Day Observed I Womans Club To Meet

F Mrs. W. K. Middleton and Mn. Woman's Club\ of Starke At Crosby Cemetery The regular meeting of the

"' 15. L Matthew will entertain will sponsor a booth on the court. Sunday Afternoon Starke Woman's Club will be held Who Do YOU Want
house grounds next Tuesday, i Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'-
i ; memoera of Circle No. 1 of the Election Day. Sandwiches, drinks, Last Sunday\ people of Bradford : clock in the club building with

F Woman's Society of Christian ice cream, cake, and candy will County gathered In Crosby I the president, Mrs. 1C. G. Dun
rr Service of the Methodist Church be sold. Club member urge the Cemetery In commemoration of can, In the chair. Mrs. L. A.
at the home of the latter Monday public 'to "make this booth your'eata' Canova, chairman of music, has
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. the war dead. Present to make For PRESIDENT?
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headquarters on May 7th. charge of the program.
:Mrs E. K. Perryman la leaderof the Memorial Day address was L.
Hostesses for the afternoonwill
this circle. Mrs. Frank Robinson and Mra. F. Chapman, superintendent of be Mrs. O. L. Beasley. chairman .

Circle No. 2, Mrs. I,. D. Greea i L. S. Ilutto at the home of the the State Farm at Raiford. Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. Edward Delegates to the National Democratic! Convention? represent YOUin

j leader, will be entertained by former at 3:30 o'clock. This program was followed: Bums Mrs. E. L. Williams, I choosing the Democratic Nominee for President. Not in many years

ongAmerica.Invocation Mrs. E. L. Molpus. Mrs. F. F.
$
Opening elect
for to outstanding Florida
you
-The Rev. Frank Stump, Miss Evelyn Stump Mrs. has it been so vitally necessary .

AN OPEN LETTER Robinson. L. D. Vining and Mrs. L.. H. Democrats as Delegates.
t Hill. Roosevelt's attitude hints that he will.nol accept nomination
m'' Stark; Florida, April 17. 1940 Flag Salute-Led by Mr. E. President
r K. Perryman. for a third term. In that event it is extremely important that we
:' '+ TO THE GOOD P.-T. A. Sale At Rally
CITIZENS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY wise selection.
Quartette, composed of Mrs. A.Z. send Delegates who are capable of making a

An you Mil know I am a Candidate to sued myself M Adit Ins. Mrs. E. L. Biggs. L. O. The Parent Teacher Association We must send strong Delegates able men and women who

j'' Sheriff subject to the coming Prlmarlm in May and In behalf and John H. Powell, sang "Tent- will sell sandwiches, doughnuts, their
Old Ground." have who have proved beyond question : loyalty to
Ing on the Camp good judgment,
% of my candidacy I want to say that I have had the honor to and cold drinks at the political
Reading-"Music la Camp," Park the Democratic Party. Our State Democratic Committee has decidedto
nerve you In this capacity for the post term and have doneeverything rally tonight at Bradford I
: within my power to make you a good law enforcement Mra. L. G. PowelL The sale wtU begin at 7:30: o'-. send an unpledged Delegation to the Convention.This .
officer. Miss Olive Ray, Registrar of clock. All proceeds will go toward is an announced policy
.
W. T. Weeks Chapter; United payment on the moving picture ...
x -I In the discharge of my duties as Daughters of the Confederacy, machine purchased In the and any person seeking election

i ,! Sheriff I have endeavored to be fair presented Mr. Chapman as early Fall for the 'school.NOTI10 .. as a Delegate who pledges support

and Impartial, sympathetic but firm, speaker of the day T .., : to any Presidential candidate
alwajs realizing that a person' accused Song-"God Be With You Till the
t in advance of Convention
The, Bradford County Board of is
of crimes not in every respect .a per We Meet Again. Puhllu Instruction will receive ', t Florida
Benediction-Rev. Frank Rob- sealed. bids on demolishing1 andmoving betraying the Democratic
son convicted of crime, that he or sheIK River
of present New ,
:i'i't '* In either cane a human being and inson. School Building until Monday May r Party and you, as a member of
d p 9, 1940 at 10 00 A. M. Bulldlm
y entitled to Juxttae and fairness under Tapa-Archibald Thomas, Jr. must be completely: torn down and r 'x the Party. Remember this when

,,' / / all circumstance Graves of 72 Veterans, including 1940.moved from .location. by May 24, you vote!
Confederates, Federal Span A J. GRIFFIN!'l,
As the time draw nearer to the Primary ish-American, and World War It 6-3 County Superintendent/, We must elect delegates who

May 7th., I find myself very busy soldiers, were decorated with .NOTIfK; OF* APPLICATION k ;: : are not only wholly loyal to Party
In connection) with Circuit Court which flags and flowers by the Daughters KOIl T'X I KKIHrnatr k principles but who also cannot be
of the and the ( Bill %o, 1<>3)
Confederacy
('onNit'" April 22nd., and It will beImporsiblo 'NOTICE!]! IS 1ICHCBY GIVEN, maneuvered traded
stampeded or
Boy ScouttfTMr. That John D Dlggs holder of Tax ,
for me to see each of you I Certificate No. 88, .Issued the 7th into candidate
stressed supporting a who
Address
Chapman's
,in behalf of my cumlldary, DO I am taking this method of day of September A ffPc'eI and ban hasfiled
:; communicating with you In the hope that you will realize my the Old South, It's glory, chivalry,, made same application In my for a tax deedto > y-Q might, be unacceptable YOU!
be issued.. thereon. Said certificate ,
position and /give: m-:* what arlite support that you think I am beauty, courtesy, efficiency of the embraces the following described Our delegates, must be men

entitled to rmelte. plantations. Today's Southern Bradford.property Stale of In Florida the County, to-wit of: r and women who are qualified to

I do most sincerely Appreciate pant courtesies extended tome farms, he said, should ,be made All NW% of SW'xi W of lly., : r, select a'Presidential,candidate of

j;- in giving me thin very Important position four year ago the best, and,, all farmers good'contaloinapteAcres i amoreforEloss.The .. the highest caliber .:.. ..{aj+Southerner -
rr ones, by constant and valuable assessment, of the said property iw ; -
and In cooperating with me during my tenure of office; promising under the said certificate. Issued .-
Mr. Chapman greatly Tc if possible but first and
If again/ elected to continue my beat efforts In giving to training. was In the name of H. H ,
emphasized the farms and their Young. "' who
die office the very best series of which I am cApable Unless said certificate shall be foremost a man can sustain
great importance in this sectionof to law the
redeemed according
,,i Respectfully Sours, the country. property described therein wIn be and add lustre to the achievements -
sold to the highest bidder at the --x of the Democratic
A.O.ANDREUCandidate courthouse door on the first Mon Party
,
Honored day In the month of June, 1840.which '
Miss for
Buddington Make sure l'i Vote Norma
for Sheriff In the 3rd day of June, 1940.
\
Dated this 30th day of April, "
At Miscellaneous Shower 1940OFFICIAL. Futch Kent for Delegate from
p (raid Political Advertisement)
( SEAL) A.:1. Thomas
Mrs. J. R. Kelly, :Mrs. Beulah Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty this Congressional District. You

Kelly, and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby Florida. 6-3 6t 5-31 FUTCH ,KENT can depend on her as a life-long

ELECT were day night Joint at hostesses the home last of Tues-the Buildings Federal Works Admlnl..trRUon.Va"hln.. Agency, Public.- Daughter of John A. Futch and Democrat to exercise independent
ton, D C., April 23, 1940. Sealed Blanche Cleveland Futch of Jackson-
at which time thought common sense, sound
former In Rising ropOHals F In duplicate will be publicly ,
honored Miss Ernestine Bud- opened In this office at I ville. Her family on both sides, have and in
they judgment party loyalty selecting
P. if. standard time May 21 1940
17 dlngton, bride-elect of the month, For the construction of the 17. 8. been residents of Florida and loyal.
YOUR Presidential candidate.
+ with a miscellaneous shower. P.O., Starke, Fla. Upon application Florida Democrats for three genera- -
Artistic arrangements of roses specifications, one set will of be drawings supplied free and, tions. She is the wife of Fred H. Kent, She will make a wise choice.
to each general contractor interested -
were placed throughout the home In submitting a proposal. Jacksonville attorney,and is the. mother
In decorating for this lovely af The above drawings and specifications of three children. VOTE FOR
MUST be returned to thin of-
fice. Contractors requiring addi- Norma Futch Kent for Delegate!
{,{ ff ... fair.The guests were greeted informally tional sets may obtain them by Elect her as Delegate from the
purchase from this office at a cost
f, I ; by the three hostessesand of 15 per. set, which will not bereturned Second Congressional District She is a 1OO%Florida DemocratNORMA
Checks offered
as pay
Miss Buddington, and duringthe ment for drawings and speclflca-
evening novel games were en- lions: must be made payable to ( PAID POLITICAL *DVERTISEMCNT)
the order of the Treasurer, U. H
67t Joyed. Drawings and specifications will
? } not: be furnished to contractorswho
The'many lovely gifts presentedto
) have consistently failed to
the honoree by her friends submit proposals. One set upon
were on display In the dining request, and when considered In
the Interest of the Government,
FREE DELIVERY
room. The gift of the hostesses will be furnished In the discretion -

1 was several pieces of china in her era' of exchanges the Commissioner, chambers, to of build-commerce I S. R. Johns I

: selected pattern.At will guarantee or other to organisations make them avail-who PHONE
a late hour refreshments of able for any sub-contractor or
material firm Interested, and ,
punch and cake were served. to
quantity surveryors. but this privilege .
About twenty guests were present will be withdrawn If the i
.. to enjoy the evening with sets are not returned after they 45
have accomplished their purpose
the three hostesses and Miss W. E Reynolds Commissioner of
i 'I Buddington Public Buildings, Federal Works & Sons
L
Agency. &-a zt 5-10 PLENTY SPACE OF PARKING


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CASH AND CARRY PRICES NEAR TIlE s' A. L DEPOT

RE-ELECT
CHARLEY
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JOHNSTHE SUPERINTENDENTI Dressed Alive Pound 20c|
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PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE have given the people and the

schools every possible benefit and
will continue to .do this if you -- Grocery Specials Market
TOCONGRESS Specials -
will help to re-elect me. I am
qualified for the poaltlon and
need It badly. I wish to thank 3 TALL OR SIX SMALL

you one and all for past support MILK 20c SLICED BREAKFAST
and earnestly solicit your vote -------------- |
w and support In the May Primary. STANDARD PACK BACON, Pound ___,. 16e

HE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE & 6cBIDE
SUPPORT TOMATOES No. 2 Can '
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R ICES Lbs. 18c TENDERizED HAMS Lb. 29eFRKSH


: MUSTARD, Quart ,_, 9c WESTERN
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CORN FLAKES ____---_- 5c STEW BEEF, 2 Pounds 25c

LI N.D. W'ainW'rightJr.For KIckllter SALE-The home east Rev.of Starke.L. W, Potted Meats, 3 For lOc25c WISCONSIN STATIC

., Apply to J. F. KIckllter. 4.12 4t MAXWELL IIOU8KCOFFEE CHEESE, Pound _____ 2le
PRIME RIB I IROAST

FOR SALE-200 White Leghorn 'Pound -------- 2fel!
Pound _____
CHARMER .
chickens 4 weeks
old 15c: : each;

.. Tax Collector also 50 Rhode Island Reds, 30c COFFEE, Pound lie
each.--Abert Kruse, Route 2, Tuxedo Feeds
Starke, Fla. Up LARGE CANSTABLE --

Four years ago the present Tax Collector FOR RENT- Furnished Apartment PEACHES, Each 14c )

,n, 4 promised you people that he would not ask private Bath and Screened Z NUMBER 2 CANS 100 POUND BAG ,

Porch. No children. Apply ORANGE JUICE =1 15c SCRATCH __________ $2.10
you to vote for him for a 4th term in the Tax Mrs. George Thomas, 324 North 100 POUND BAG I
Cherry Street., DILL
Collector's office if you would elect him then. BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS For So SIZE PICKLES MACARONI ORSPAGHETTI Quarts __ 13c SPECIAL EGG MASH $2.70

You elected him in 1936, so lefs hold him to Mother's Day and all other occasions. 2 For 5c 100 POUND CORN f

"Buy them where they LARGE OCTAGON WHITE ______._ $1,65
: IllS PROMISE are grown. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright 100 POUND BAG
florist. Starke, Phone SOAP, 5 Bars 19c
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102. 6-2 2t P & G SOAP HORSE FEED -------- $1'
Vote 3 Bars lOc 100 POUND
; For Noon! ---- BAG f
FOR SALE-One kerosene Elec- STRING
t'' trolux refrigerator 6-foot cap 24 P. C. DAIRY FEED $2.15
BEANS
p acity, has been In use about 3 No. 2 Cans 21c PER 10O POUNDS I

He Deserves A Chance! 1 1-2 years. Will seU for half CORN, 3 No. 2 Cans 22c TIMOTHY HAY $1.50|
Price. Is In perfect shape. Ad- -----
dress P. O. Box: 435, Starke I SALT, 5c size-2 Pkgs __- 5c

Fla U 10 QUART Strawberry Crates -

} He Won't Forget! FOR RENT Furnished apartments WATER BUCKETS __-- 25c Hampers and crates of all kinds

,,;) (Paid Political Advertisement) with private bath. Extra SALT MACKEREL, 2 For 15c at right
room if desired. F A. Scott, pricesPOE

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I .\ S. HUO BUADFOun COUNTY
().\1, .'( TELEGRAPH STAKKTI FLORIDA PACE nvn'
,
W. MLe dondsckeonv111e If experience" In worthwhile,i Mr and Mrs. Glen "! -
J. Wood
yrs( spent I Mrs. A F Sauls was the guest If like method "Fall',I turned to their homo last Saturday Kllllan's
!fr. and guests' Sun- then vote for E. W. Hit.vrn for, Tuesday in Jacksonville !, i you my Joe Triiby Mrs. brother
were c- Nesour .. Tax; A* e Mor. (P l. Pol. '\ \'.) I -____ Tuesday and Wednesday of Miss I land courteous tretttnwnt to all"-,<<<: after' upending several days I I Friends of Mr. Truby will regretto
of Mr and :Mrs. -- I II I Helen Prather In Jacksonville.Vote ''thru vote for K.V.: Mayer on!11May I hero Returning with them was' learn that he Is seriously ill I

thY ,-- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning:, Mr son and, Jack Mrs.Shepherd I. p Shepherdand ----- .- ---- 7. (I'd. 1'.1.11",.) I- _....." '-..,. "" "" w_._._ '.. .( '1
;
spent for F. .
J. KU killer for III .. ;
F. Klckllu'r Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart and Sunday in Adel, Ga.
Vote for J. of Mrs. P. L. Bridges HU|>er\Nor 01 Itrfl| fratlun. (I'd.I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Killian of S
spent .
SUK'l'\'llIOr Friday --
Jim) for Pol. Adv.) Waynesvllle. North Carolina, reTUCK'S Dr. '\T. B. Middletoii
1.1/1 1ealy ap afternoon In Gainesville as gueats Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams f'
Mr i u'P'ill'( be AIIV.) of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley. and family spent Sunday in Wil- u -
f .
liston with relatives. CANDIDATE '
----- --
PLACE
'!
NAT SEZ: Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent Wed- For County School SuperintendentADVOCATE k
"HOME OF HOME COOKED FOOD"PLATE
a.? nesday in Gainesville with Mr. if'
Most everybody crave comfort and Mrs. T. E. Duncan LUNCHES SANDWICHES BEER
but very few get It. You would ,
f be surprised to know how many Vote for J. F. KU'kilter for SOFT DRINKS

people go through life uncom Supervisor l"oJ.dv..) of Registration. (I>d. Cars Greased, Gassed or Oil Changed While You Eat \ !, !!' .
fortable. Money l III often spent for
foolishness which could well be Chas. Burton, Prop. i iI I I
Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville i
spent for permanent comfort In spent the week-end here with her Formerly Employed at Kozy Korner i :
tho home. Cheap shoes and cheap
underwear are never comfortable.To mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Phone 158 Starke, Fla. .

those men who are troubled '
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stricklandof 1 \niri
with the discomfort of the latter I
thin ad lit dedicated.'MatlSCO9' Wildwood were guests Sundayof I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart. .
f

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garner and f
son. Johnnie spent the weekendin ,n VOTE FOR ;
Lake City with relatives.If (i 'ry y ,
E. W. Hayes

my work has been (tutinrac.
tory, won't you help me on Mnj" TAX ASSESSOR I 1
7'? ". \V. Hayes for Tax:: .Uwttsor. W
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I
: If Re-elected I Promise You ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hart of Four More Years of Fair- (t
Jacksonville were week-end guests I Courteous--and Efficient Service
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart. & ,

Your Vote and Support Will He .
Miss Nettie Dowling Is spending -
this week In Jacksonvillewith Highly Appreciated S : 5
her aunt, Mrs James God-
bold. (raid Political Advertisement)
HETTKIl ATHLETIC 1)I E I P A U T M EN T.
I
Miss Ethel Ricks and Miss Beth :MUSIC DEI.,., SECOND TO NONE.

1 0 Wlmberley of Highland were I COMMERCIAL: I II I KI'T.,-TIIE VERY nEST E
t guests Tuesday of Mr. W. M. RUMORS ,
t Wlmberly.Your YOU HAVE HEARD THE

( 4P *q 4 ,xya lSi e o4r. NOW HEAR THE FACTS
J! Vole for J. F. Klcklitcr
(Uncle Jim) for Supervisor of Vote For Dr. Middlvton On May 7th And Help Him I
I Registration will be greatly '
preciated. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) ap OFFICE; OF TUB To Help. 1 Bradford County Schools! t'

Si ,' r k SECRETARY OF STATET.U.I..UIA8SEE
.
Mrs. A. M; Darby and Mrs. C. (...hi I I'ollllonl AilvvrtlHomeitt)
W. Chalker spent Sunday and
Monday In Gainesville with Mr. ,I April 29th, 1910
and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones. \Honorable George H. Inman
Starke Florida r
Mrs. D. J. Clark, Mrs. O. B. :! Dear Mr. Inman: Pure
Wynn and Mrs. C. L. Hill of
SHIRTS & SHORTS Bradenton were guests of Mrs.L. Referring to your letter of April 26, I am enclos- TipTop Home-made :
> D. Green last Saturday. ing herewith the vote in the House of Representativeson
Made by MANHATTAN SHIRT CO. the passage of house Hill No. 172 as requested.
Vote for J. F. Kickllter for Assuring you it is a pleasure for this office to
LARD
50c eachJTERNBERC'jf Supervisor of Registration. (I'd. serve you, I am Grocery ,
Pol. Adv.) ,
Cordially yours Can I

The Rev. Laurie G. Ray and R. A. Gray, & Market
two children Laurie and Janet Secretary of State

and his sister-in-law. Miss Eva |lee ""b; .rx MAY 3 & 4, 1940 $3.25
Albrltten, all of Jacksonville were Enc
guests Saturday of Mr. Ray's ,
father, L. C. Ray. and Mrs. J. W. lass I.FGIsLATVBFIL'poo Fancy Bananas 4 Lbs. 15c I
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White. .? rail.of the roll..on.tb...paaaag..f IIo Rill 1T3 (Rvral ,,
I..1r'fI..o. Rill a lb. rot. wa.t1EAM
......". Ada... AHmmr.. Arm. Hrmnlrr. Rock. B.or. -
Son Il.rrfolllnn. H.atwrfEkt.. H.rka. Hurwrll. Halt. Chrlatlv...... c.t.,: ... NO. 1 FANCY IRISH .
f ool.,. ('eo". I'nwr ItUhoair. Itommtmm. l>r d !> *
F.rabee. Kmrm.lde, Klitrli. 1'01., Kruak. frmmrr, fmllrr. (ietrnrn.
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POTATOES 10 Lbs. ---22c
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IMHAN.l.rhmtn.. .....1.... "0". ._.. (liad.d. ). Jobawa (lI.r. /. ,
.......rd,. lwl SL.qMao.... Merrkaat. M.r1lB.
VOTE FORFrancis P.ppl..H.Mooro."l..o.. MfCmlt$......1..Nlblank......"., .t'mfrHlrk .,...... Pure CaneSUGAR Whole Blue RoseRICE
Hlmpxon.Tnrntr. HlBrlalr Hmltk., "...... 'dtnlfkora.. Saddatk, Hutrrmrr
.n.asl. W.rrr., We.t-'75.Hpeokvrt .
NAY-1r.. M*...r. .llowsr Lunlrr, Lralrd. Morrowilllmiplr. .
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FOR YOUR NEXTGOVERNOR I

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FIGHT for YOUR interest. 1

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I'r:tl;: ;;; \ XFARMERS' SECTION comfortable and the others.and" full Few for people himself, If \Treatment of SoilIs -.r -LIVE STATE NEWS. devotional the Jacksonville Rev. Harold will assisted be R. 111 I nv 0pme1q I

with Miss NecessaryIn --- the
will disagree .. -
any. T. E.
___ _._______._____u___ -- ------ -. definition of a Ray, pastor of ''he .
--------- ------- Moore about this Screwworm FightWhen ANOTHER NEW MARKET WILL, RE ENLARGED church.

1 HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL home. A for extension STUDENTS STAG: l'ItOrpsr
Now some of her suggestionsfor screwworm Infested Tltusvllle, -Nathan A. Mayo Bradenton,- project Hollywood.More :

COMMON SENSE. converting a house into a a State Commissioner of Agriculture ]- and Improvement of theFarmers' ,
animal dies, the carcass shouldbe Titus- pupils at Hollywood Cen'tor ?? ?*
the new
dedicated State Market In Palmetto
IRON IN TUB DIET CHANGE 'HOUSE' TO 'HOME' home: Immediately, Dr. High School staged dead
burned says here Saturdayand a
Market
and let vllle State
yY f Get the family together Is announced by William L. ration( against
No longer la there any exeu e ""If you're living in a 'house', each Individual suggest some way A. N. TlBsot. associate entomologist turned the enterprise over to their uisc! It

for a dose of sulfur and molasses strive and plan vntil you makeit in which the comfort and well ] at the Florida Experiment the local operating committee. Wilson, director of state mar mated principal.more than ofndio,1
"
ys In the spring. That home-con a 'home'. being of all will be increased. Station. kets. The project Is to cost dent halt the 11IIo
cocted: tonic miht have furnished This is what Virginia P. Moore, "Such little things as working their MANY REGISTER IN UNION nearly $10,000 and includes the body led by some III
of the
+{'q some of the iron needed to make home improvement specialist with surfaces often are causes for dls True screw-worms in wounds begin of live Lake Butler,-Approximately extension of existing facilities, composed championship the football:tern

14L :y good red blood but many of the the State Agricultural Extension satisfaction and friction. If a development are 2,900 Union County voters will be provision for housing vegetable classes group that
If the worms
to animals only. paraded
has been preaching around d
foods In a well-chosen diet will Service work surface packing equipment additional
woman has to over a complete eligible to vote In the Democratic and tch
supply the necessery Iron in amore Florida's rural women and girls that is too low she probably half-grown they may after the animals primaries according to a tally paving and other incidentals] demonstration lighted a big bOnfire TIlt
And her idea their development ni i
certain and more appetizing for many years. carried
a will have a backache, .and If made of registration lists this pincany
dieRecent assailing the
form. stressed by county home demonstration the working surface is 'too high week. This is a record numberfor EXPENSES RUN UP for county school band
U. S. failing to
Egg yolks are very rich In agents all over the state she will have a shoulder ache. Investigations by Union County. Coupled with Tallahassee,-Thirty candidates reappoint Pm nClplI
George E.
'' Iron and during the spring has borne fruit in greater' com And she can't be very },leasant Department of Agriculture workers the long ballot to be voted in the contesting for five State-wide offices school Everett for the aeq

p t, months eggs are especially abundant -. fort health, and happiness for with others if she is ir pain.. So, how that some of leave the more the first primary; it Is a cause of in the May Democratic primaries year.

? and low In price. This is many farm people. check up on the little thing mature screwworms concern as it will be difficult for have spent $89,993.29 and
+{ also the time of the year to get Still Miss Moore points out around the home and try to improve carcass bore Into the ground this number to vote unless voters received contributions of $45,377.55 .- WHY suffer born Iuly,

wild and cultivated greens while there are many houses on farmsIn them or make changes that and later produce files. The less. begin early and vote steadily during in their campaigns. The 11-
Florida that have not yet become mature larvae remain 10 the carcase For quick
they are young and tender Beet will be helpful" she says. the time the polls are open.BEANS man field 'Governor reporteda
'' greens chard mustard greens homes. To the people who Keep the interior of the dwelling where growth continues. total campaign cost of $48,459.06 .- relief from 666
live in these bouses, she gives kill all larvae Dr. Tls cold
I Thus to symptomstake
spinach turnip greens, and water clean and attractive. See DOING WELL with contributions of 20.
+', cress are excellent sources of ;some pertinent suggestions. that it gets plenty of sunlightand sot points out. both the larvaein 143.20. In the United States Sen. 666Liquid
Before we go into her suggestions the carcass and In the surrounding Plant City, A large increaseIn Tablet Salve _
Iron. New green cabbage collarrf fresh air. Arrange things 80 ate race, six candidates have pqi
!", broccoli, and.other green however we think Jt wellto the family will get maximum soil mast be destroyed volume of spring vegetables at spent 20112.76 and received Drops

vegetables are .also "good give her .definition of a home: benefit from cool breezes in Sum Various methods of killing both the Plant City State Farmers' contributions of $14,600.
"A home is where people are -_- -
and the
soil
mer. the larvae in the with ==
week
Liver and other meat organs and Market was noted last =-=
comfortable healthy, happy, 0
such as kidneys and heart are works and If beds are unsatisfactory ob- carcass were tried by the Department many varieties of beans holdingthe SERVICES AT OLD CHURCH -
the
where family
of the most VOTE
richer in Iron than muscle meats. plays together and where each tain some cotton (it's cheap) and workers. One lead In volume, over 36,000 Middleburg,-The historic old FOR
Is to burn the :
Calf liver owes its present pop does his bit to make life more directions and make good mattresses effective means hampers being sold. They sold Methodist Church here oldest
ularity to the fact that people that will be comfortable. carcass on top of the ground and. at from $1 to $2.05 Friday of last Protestant church in continuoususe R. B. AlvarezFOR

.;'d recognize It as a valuable source and the. legumes, such as dried Attractive comfortable bed cov- spread the fire over an area extending week when 7,572 hampers were II) the State will observe

d of Iron as well as other substances peas and shell beans, will furnIsh ers need not be made of 'expensive at least 3 feet from the marketed. Strawberry shipments homecoming day next Sunday. REPRESENTATIVETo

that must go Into the making generous amounts of iron. materials. carcass In all directions. lagged further behind this week Organization of the congregationdates

o of red blood cells. But pork, Soybeans are particularly good. Installation of equipment; in Previous recommendations were with only 39,738 pints sold. They before 1832 when services The State Legislature[

beef and lamb liver are similarly And dried fruits suggest a way convenient places to save effort to dig; a trench and burn the carcase brought from four cents to nine were held in the homes of the From Bradford County

rich in iron and are lower in to Include iron in any meal at running water. Indoor bathroom In it. This kills the carcass cents a pint. Seasonal straw! settlers and were conducted by

cost Heart, kidneys, and brains relatively low cost. Serve prunes, electricity, and other conveniences larvae effectively, but It Is also berry shipments through last the circuit rider who arrived


are' also inexpensive sources of apricots or other dried fruits for contribute to comfort in the necessary to burn over the area night totaled 7,630.683 pints with with his Bible under his arm and

this mineral breakfast or for dessert at any house. where the carcass has lain. approximate seasonal returns to his gun across his saddle. Ser

I Both the whole-grain cereals other meat Some equipment costs moneyas ; The scientists also found an growers of $876,944.35. vices will] begin at 11 A. M. The

.... well as effort but the costs effective chemical treatment, says

are email when compared with Dr Tissot. Sodium syanlde at

I am earnestly soliciting your the benefits to be obtained. the rate of 1.4 to 1-2 ounce to

1'r vote and support on May 7th, "If the rural family will work the gallon of water and appliedat VOTE FOR

1940 for the office of and play together for the benefit the rate of 2 gallons\ per JAMES F. HOLLINGSWORTH P'
and satisfaction of the individualand square yard kills all larvae in

;. r SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION the group then they won'tbe the soil and In the carcass. Th alb., For

IN BRADFIKD COUNTY living in a 'h o u s e'-thelr! cost of the treatment is reasonable .

dwelling place will be a home. although where wood i Is SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
/ Realize That I Am The First
h
t f This is what every family should available the burning method I.I i I. t ; OF BRADFORD COUNTY '
Woman To Seek A Public Office
strive for," Miss Moore says. I more simple. Sodium syanide I Ia Is F''E
In This County and Know The deadly poison so It is necessary -

k Responsibility Connected With It. Crop Suggestions to use great care In handling II_ Dora and Raised In Starke Florida.
However, 1 Am Capable of Per- it.These.
Educated In Bradford
forming The Duties That The All varieties of pecans require control methods, accord .l High School ,

Law Requires. adequate plant food for suitable ing to Dr. Tisaot merely supple And Emory University _
tree growth and development of
ment other
screwworm treat
ALICE (Mrs. Sam) ANDERSONPaid fruit buds. A good fertilizer ments. Proper range management Your Vote and Support Will Be

for pecan trees is one containing Is highly important. Greatly AppreciatedPaid

( Political Advertisement) approximately five percent nitrogen Infested animals should be

,1 eight percent phosphoric treated with benzol and dipheny ( Political Advertisement) L

acid and from four to six per lamlne or pine tar oil to prevent
cent potash. It should be applied relnfestatlon. -


of R. L. (Bob) RICHARD pounds at per the tree rate, depending of 23: to on 50 For Rugged Honesty And Fair If ......... I pronlae. I., .....

the size of the tree. Tips On Fattening Play In County Government tko ..,....... of tkc faxiirmof
this e...., and will opr *>
Extra CockerelsCockerels my hill that ....... to larmietaxea.
Candidate For No fertilizer Is needed for ELECT I am ..al... the. NtKeaee
f Bill 100 percent. I v/ffl
growing carpet grass on fine that will not be used W. M. (MITCH) EDWARDSCOUNTY ....*..._ a kill to provide ads
+ State Treasurer sands and clay loams, but an application for future breeding purposes aaate _..1... for the aerartkla '">
....., ... to rUatlutered
E o of a 5-7-5 or an 8-8-5 0 should be >separated from pullets COMMISSIONER ) tape.'' I will ...._. HIT

mixture, 400 pounds to' the acre when they are'eight weeks of FOR DISTRICT TWOA. kill that favor a private. woratio
> or laterewt" ever tk*
Does not have a long political record will greatly stimulate growth. age or as soon as their sex can **BiBM people. I ....... will
H '' be determined and placed in pens .. a **a fcer of the City CoBBrll for the Nat ela-kt the people of thin ......, ant
Clover should be reare I have worked] for th. f.Uowl.a ae..arei ... I will...... they. to 00
but has had 32 not grazed or crates and fattened
to for
point to, experience mar- beat of ability for the jest
years Tie -.......... or ....... air .
until It has reached of a City 1111. ..
a height ket, says Clyde Driggers. poultry 0 Tke of tko '11', and .ot tar tkeadvaaceaieat
coaitraetloB of .. .. .
auditor business two to four Inches, after whichIt Tae _........ .. -.a. airport. of _,...11 poll(1.
as an man husbandry Instructor in the University .1. of free t.... roar, .. rally or '....('Iall,..
Extra.lv ..
be repair city .tree*..
may grazed continuously, of Florida of
College .
and financial executive. He has Ag CO..t..tt. So the Sla' Farrar.. H rfc.4.
a but not too heavily. Best results riculture. CO.trlb.tl.a to th* A..I....
with clover have been obtained eo....1........ .. *h. .t..*. _... fiVire.eta.-tfc. Co_.
good record. There are no special interests where two or three areas were Farmers who fatten surplus npo..or.hlp of '1.. mew Arnaorr.. Your Vote and Support
LowerlBiror
cockerels for market should be the eleetrleal rate Bad tb* tax
'; or political crowd behind him. fenced and grazed intermittently. careful to avoid overfeeding them and levy..to....the tlo.lowest of tko mark...ItJ"'.I.debt the by kUtory NG,809.o< tie ey towa. Will Be AppreciatedPaid


i A native Floridian and a life long Jerusalem artichokes may be the as soon fattening as they pen.'place Each cockerel them In (Paid Political Advertisement. ) ( Political Advertisement)
in Florida
grown satisfactorily

,; Democrat, he asks your vote and They produce a crop by the end have according at least Mr.75 square Prlggers.Inches should of !

of the first season. They require
Support. I space. For sanitary reasons a
r adequate fertilization-from 500
three-quarter Inch mesh wire
to 800 pounds of a complete fertilizer I
floor should be used in crates or ra+ fR
Richard Is -and should be plantedIn pens where the birds are some ,
rows about the distance
same what crowded. B.
apart as field corn, or three anda FOR. PATY

u Honest Able half to four feet apart. Sometimes cockerels taken off
Dependable the range are fat already and no & ,.

Insufficient further fattening is necessary + M I FrP '
nitrogen is frequency Via'''
Vote ForR. the reason why rosebushes the poultry worker explains] He Is Forging Ahead In The Race

do not have an abundanceof Birds .placed in fattening quarters -

blooms. Application of small) should be given Increasing q t.b.

_ L. (Bob) RICHARD quantities of nitrogenous material amounts of a balanced ration 1 4f

carrying readily available nitro with the period required to fatten FOR GOVERNORB.

gen when bushes force heavy them ranging from a week .

For STATE TREASURER growth of wood and bloom buds to 16 days depending on their

and at regular Intervals throughout condition when placed on fattening -
F.
Paty's sensible his deter
the growing season is good ration. A good fattening diet program,

(Paid for by friends of R. L. Richard) practice. An ounce or two for consists of six pounds of white mination to give Florida a clean and

each bush at each application Is corn meal two pounds of ground
sufficient. oats, and two pounds of mid decent government, is winning new thou

.a dlings. Milk should be used at sands to his cause every day.
the rate of two pints
per poundof
J M. LEE Ills Record of Service Is fattening ration to make a

HU Platform wet mash that can be fed two

REQUESTS TilE PRIVILEGE OF CONTINUING or three times dally. If liquid .
." TO SERVE AS YOURCOMPTROLLER milk is not fed one pound of B. F. Paty was born at Bell Buckle Tennessee, 46 years 'ago. The son of an

dried milk or half a pound of INDEPENDENT MERCHANT During the World War te served M an officer In

__ meat scrap should be added to 10 the Artillery. He Is married and has three children. B. F. Paty Is a member of the 1

t 7 pounds of mash. MethodlHt Church the American Legion the Elks, the Masons and various legal

This is the Record the People of Florida, by Their a BIrds that are fed liquid or associations. His home is In West Palm Beach.

dried milk are classified as milked
Fine Cooperation Made Possible.
,
and It is believed generally

The Comptroller'a office; 1..._ ITIOO.O4M eherk la year hat the flesh of these Is of better Paty Makes No
False
\.0410 old folks Bad ao.OOO unemployed. receivingoctal aeearltyekerka o or Paty Stands For:
caa tell yea row promptly they reeelve their ekeeka rack quality than other
p -...... u;
+'it 4(' w. rata not had s bask fallar In Florida .1.... ... eomp.troller ". Extravagant PromisesAll No Sales Tax
1, approved tkelr flaaarlal art ap sad aathorlxrd their re- 4 .o Race Track Money No Additional Taxes
opBla '.11..1.. tko moralorlaat.We Definite Old-Age Pension Fun< r
{ have paid' elate approprlatloaa for ....._. tearher aadaehool Received Here
Homestead*
4, l' .... drlvera which have Inereaaed fro a. leaa thaa five Subaiatonce
it t' Million dollar per year to more thaa twelv million per year.* A recent Florida Is I Talking Lowe.Freight Rates
announcement
Kaad .... beer ...._1.1...... ....11.g nearly foar million from
dollar per year to e.. aialched hy alamoat a* mark Kederalmooey Tallahassee states that Florida State Civil Service
,. Child...to. provide ._I.'a.... for oar Bleed Bad for oar dependent' Counties have received a remit Nine Months of School

a } n.. tax moaeya ..... been dUtrlbeted promptly Dad la accord tance of $5,662.93 In race track Public Utllltlea Regulation
with the law of ...._ funds. This For A Reforestation Program
Florida a* laterprrted by th* S.. (;e.." r"'ate r came from con Paty' Governor
We hav ...... ..... ......... aa waa required ky the Federaloverameat firmed BureauAn
.. I...... eoatlaaed Kederal aid for .1....,.... krlaa. ff 1 v. sources leas than 24 hours State Advertising
lag; more thaa aim million dollar. .. tea .,... aad maklaa Poalbla *- after the State Treasury received Adequate Road Program
th. eo..*trartloa of ...... eras 1OO mllea of rte kltckeat the National lark
type of road. money from the Racing Commission Everglades
Hy a fair ... Impartial adtnlnl.tratloa of ..ra eollertloa in Miami. He's The Candidate of A Fair Deal For Labor

,, tea law.faith, aa far of .tamPAtera. .. IB th.In power their. of.tat'thla* g.vrraDi..t offle. we .kayo restored J. M. Lee Is 69 years of age. This year's race track I I Curbing Powers of Governor

i Where we leave toad. error ky tampayera or effort to evader He represented Highlands County has totaled money Restocking Wild Life I Oanae
avoid tat paymenta' we kav recovered mor than flv. rill/.. In the $31,562.98 has been Payrolls
dollar of dlpated taea for .th 1927. 1929 and 1931 divided into New Industrie*-More
Ktat of Klorlda plna eota of monthly
itpr InveatlKatloa,. proeentlon aad recovery aad appromlaialely a sessions of the Florida Legisla] In payments; The Masses = Not The Classes Repeal of Gross Receipt Tax
conformity with I
Lt'' million dollar. of Ihla mower wonld. hav. none to other ...... ture. the new stat -- Cooperation With All Industrie
M
bat for oar ararnaiv. prelac of Florid*'* rlalma. ute passed by the 1939 legislature
Wo have ratahlUhed I for the flr.t time In Klorlda'a: blatoryBPaeta lie Is a member of the:
...u..,. of a fair ....1 for She t.al'tv.... ..d .......... roar., Baptist Church. .
Masons Odd-
; a tac law th atat
now retorts
which
any moaeya It Is
hav brew collected from .. .. woo did not aaotlon the atalat may*. Fellows Elks Kiwanis( Club evident that, with wise

Oar aadltara aad woverpgrr.t check for over-pafaieata. are. discovered.. well. aa the naderpaymeata taxpayer- Townsend Club. be management made the payments can FLORIDA NEEDS B. F. PATY FOR GOVERNOR

seW. kla moaey kark. He Is married and has four chil monthly; according
Tallahassee officials .
dren. such a

3Fjt, (This Advertisement Prepared and Paid for by Friend of J. M. Lee) change the counties.will be of much value to (Paid for by friends of B. F. Paty)

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1 ___....._._ for .
ant vauuiuaie Congress
iron
ernment began (Its '
relief I'I
cry Brings the Second District, spoke hen e The candidate pointed program out that : Prohibition Party I the liquor evil. But they have always I nesses shown by our friends dur CARD OK THANKS

t ampaign To Starke Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. as secretary and treasurer of the Holds Convention been In (the vanguard in Inthe/ recent lllnesn. of our I We wish to express our appreciation -
Mr. Cary emphasized his in. State Association of County Commissioners advocating progressive economic mother and grandmother. Mrs
Into I for the words and deeds
I3rlDglng 11 t fI campaign terest In the aged and needy an territory" (the borne of I IIS stated that he was Instrumenta 1 board of county commissioners every! In party In the State of! Florida Prohibition meat t I Is hoped by dry leaders that and expressions of love and sympathy of sympathy and for the beautiful t .

nervy opponents) J. O. Carry' In having a relief: office for thli It Florida In the Interest of old age Sebrlng on Thursday April 11. at the National Convention In flowers sent during: our recent :" '

tWO of theosrti Duval County class of people set up In Jacksonville I pensions "We finally succeeded to nominate a ticket for the gen Chicago next month Roger Bab --Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, bereavement. r

u rnlaD ot County Commissioner before the Federal govp..alaae In bringing all 67 counties into eral election in November. Because dentlal son will bo nominated as preal children and grandchildren. :Mrs.! L. O. Jones and family.
candidate of the Prohlbl
the program making it possible the laws forbid the .
placing
...
--' lion I'arty.The .
/for the payment of the first old of a party ticket on the ballot I"
..pletwt.RIACflV1 + age pension check highlight of the conventionwas I
In Florida. unless they have polled S per BOREE
j
FUNERAL HOME .
I Cary said it WitS his belief that cent of the total vote, It will be the youths' banquet held In
the Hotel Sebring Miss Katherine Full line of
the necessary for those Interested to CaakrU A '
peace and !
of
prospeilty SERVIOE
any write the names chosen Into the Nollman Daughter of Mrs AMBULANCE !: ej
country depends on the health ballot. N lle Nollman formerly of this DAY AND NiGIIT131PnONE 1 -:

IAuVEa4lAtENT and happiness of its people. "I I II city, gave a splendid reading durIng m 'i I
Roger W. Babson
the noted
,
'have the program and Raymond O. II. BENNETT Mgr.MA (
always been Interested In i I
economist and
statlstlcan
was the '
, 'the public health, and as chairman of principle speaker on the program. J.the Gomes principal of Starke speakers.was one of I HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"VOTK I '
board
of my county my He outlined the alms of the Prohibition
committee sponsored the which The convention was constructive ; :
appropriation party contrary to .
% I I of money to set up the I the general opinion, are not confined t and designed to give a definite : FOR !' ;; i iTO
\\ Duval County Health Unit that to the liquor question. It program of Prohibition sentiment .- .! I
has done much In the eradication Is true that they have for their to the country. It was LUCIAN O. HAZENFOR I ''t
of disease. attended by Mrs. E. Thornquest,
aim the complete eradication of TAX ASSESSOR '
fdte chairman for Bradford County. "/
I'' OF BRADFORD COUNTY : ,

;Wl+ Itl I :,1 .. unit 1
FUNERAL am mare.f flan horn
I DIRECTORMy BOOTSEY'S .. l
BEACH reared on farm tm llradr r Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Reader By 11Elfie\. Crawford In the iiwMlf. orhoalo. here. ,
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PEOPLE'SInTEREST nod at the I'. nf K. The/ hwlnrr. a- {
I EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE!: ......1...... I haw had In the 1'''.' few j
I Leonard Vickery of Leesburg yeara.. in ..I.... .. a term. In ...
i MODERATE PRICES ...........'. ..ffl<-. ..... If .1........ Your I
DeWITT C. was visiting at the home of Mr. InlereM. mill alwaya ... mt ....... Ineluded ,
JONES and Mrs. Robert Crawford Sunday I In fhlw emperlewre. wa.. the
Starke, Florida ,' tn.k of ptal.a ,...... oa real ..d
\ .gyp I f per.i>Nal 1'.........,.. All of your bunlKeiw -
v aM Mrs. Martha Anderson returned ,,"...In. thronith. thin afflr* will
I have prompt attrutlu..ad will b. ,.
to her home here Sunday tlnno to yourlfimn ...tI.,.......
I after spending two weeks In Mac- ..
The Swing Is to "ot. Kor Mot And f WillKxpmm
( unIN clenny with her son-in-law and -- My Apprnclnttnn Hy '"
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ilemlurlnff You A Iteut Service \. ,

; Crews.J. fait Political Advrtliam) J I "

FRASER S. Rosier and son, Robert, j I

FLORIDA NETWORK and Robert Crawford were visitors .
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WMBR WOAM ,,,. "A BUSINESS MAN to Jacksonville last week I THE VOTERS OF. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 i I'
Mrs. Robert Crawford and '
WDBO WDAE y WITH IIKADFOKD COUNTY I'
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daughter Esther spent Sundayin : i .
MAY !nd 6131) P.M. 1' A BUSINESS PI.AN"WALTER Starke with relatives. It la gratifying to know that the voters of Bradford f .I'j .

MAY 41h 9.30. P. M. .. Sc FRASER win eliminate I. John Rodenberry and daughter County are taking such an Interest In the school affairs f

MAY 6th 7i30+ P. M. w / graft wade and inefficiency. H* Inez of Jacksonville were visiting of our county. I : -.

r S 5 will provide ample funds to operate Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Murrheeof I would like to have the opportunity of meeting and \ :. ,1

,,a; Florida on a business basi i- this section Sunday. talking to every qualified elector In my district but 1 I ;'
Mrs. Noah Crews of
"' Full nine months school with Macclennywas realize that this Is a very busy time with all of us on j"
visiting Mr. and.<<::1 Mrs O. U. .
..w prompt and better pay for our Johns here Sunday.Mrs. account of the berry season which we hope will be a ;

FOR GOVERNORCOURAGE teachers. $40.00 monthly for R. N Crawford and big success. : (n., II\,

everyone above 60 years of age. daughter Effle were visitors to I take this means of asking for your vote and sup "I' :'.

;,'' Care of our dependent children. Palatka Saturday. port. Hoping that before the 7th of May I may have .1 'f

II I -ENERGY YOUTH Medical Aid to All the pleasure of discussing with you the school situation. / ;I

HONESTY PERSONALITY \ '" FREE Unable to DIES ALTER; FIGHT H. A. BISIIOI'
IayfBBSfRI
,,", Fort Myers,-Swapping blows \
[ :over a bag of candy resulted In (Paid rolllloal Advertisement) : hY
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FIGHT FOR THE BETTER LIFE j
; the death of Charles Williams, .
FOR THE BEST STATE IN : 16-year-old Junior High School i UIIU"+ !IJ ilumauatiutnuem!!! ,!!!!,,! 'unneioovlmnpniimluw,, i l, ,ldutinnluuimnuaiuneuenweiwu i nuirumnfiimiamtiiaiuiilATuanyIIIIJVolMI i !! !' !!!! / i .
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when knocked off balanceby I ,

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FIND A FRIEND IN FRASER. wish to extend our heartfelt

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VOTE 1.0R ,


Hal Y. Maines'j'
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.5 r ISSUE OF LIBERTY ') WHO liE IS!

a t .P ,. a2S w"WmPa' VI e
I 5 Yb t tt Y IF YOU WANT TO KNOW "... ..4 r*.r..4l la I..... \ I
j H.n... sa ,...... .ld. .o. ofrtr.
1}, a2k>V a tx. Yb 1r da, 1. j Jvta K. Malnva Hud th.
N t aacY A r pia 3' m;,aFKeaa WltatBERNARR late ,..1. York Maine
KMiMMled .. I h. pabllof
F tj" 0 v M ...._ Vmtvm tuamtr, <...
k 1 wad 'lal,,__ ty .1 Florida and
'e\ z y8es r Y ''G.t (.....1'.... .'.l,.r....,.. Una
k { fro/ ...1....* man ....
i c b' & fly. la.*r.r. !... avrvrd aa Countr
t e K.z'o s i ,f ? )'Vi t .,p 800 ...... ol Vmlmm Caaalr. ....
r r'r .
r tfmimtmmt M I a II Attoraey.tlabe
.. ......I Irrult. Now
...../.. .. ....r..7 for City
MACFADDEN .f l-aba ..U.,.. Nraaol Board t
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e of 11._ __..,, and Hoard
e .f V'mmtw (!._Bil....lt>a.... ..
v.... CJea..,.. A.... .....- ,
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sad tarn payer
fi will (c&z it: electedA .. ....rk. at 19 rear. at an. I. m f..*.*. aalarr sea pr wrk. Maaaa '
worked mmllmmmumlr mines .a..._ Tb.r..ably qaallflvd.Kaow
V .. .... a..d..f .aa ....... and la a fr/e..1 .h. farmeraad .
taa laaarlaa; _.. : ::1

U. S. SENATOR fROM FLORIDA lie has the ability and courage to fight "

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for your interest.

S' S '' j What will he do for Florida bUlJin agricu1ture--

4i' r education-voutli t

IN FAVOR OF:

y > Y.f 4 What will be do about public debt-taxes-relief? 1.-........ aeaaloaa.. for .... widow wltk .._...... ehllilren.. ...
a e riaal. ..... ... ..u.... tha ......... .. AI.'. ........... of FloridaHired.
'f' '1 k ._._ _.._. .. .. J J .. .
In the current Issue of Liberty,Bernarr Macfadden, !a.-Op.. 1M raaw far.r ratlla.H Kiln A lie:. .. a> amoaa> a>a> .

> ; -Hrpeal ml aae..1.. .......... (. .aakrt af'lorra.d. .
'- publisher,homanllarian,practical business man,tells ...<'..-....r t....._ .*.. for .....aall and trveaa.B .
sl r ., ... ....
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i<: .1 dlilrfaallna rae o track faad 1n .u.
'R "; you In plain, clear-cut language exactly what be B_".".. ...._... Mora Bar fat ..fc... t a ekan and ban ...h......
_....... .. la paid for 13: aalha la _... year
''x"; "", S stand for and \chat he will work for If elected United V-Stat..wpley., .. C'. low*. broke.e.l.tag. ....... .alarrKraeal .
ml Ur... Hev-lafa I.e. ,
Florida p.appNitlo.n the Salvo Tax.IO. "t
State Senator from -a platform composedof _More and ...... ,....... .
.11- lalereet. rata .. rid held .. p
HIS twenty planks each of vital importance to you a. .31...wvr..........a aravldlaK for B'.'. ta *aataktlok teensy .,....11.. 1""
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)In Charge Books ping It Is small, and the Health I Boy Orator SpeaksFor Cowgirl =
"Assistant Scoutmaster All Rental at ibrary Candidate
furnish complete co-
Scouts will
_( of Operations" of the Boy Scout[ Unit Fuller Warren
Troop and that his major work Will Be Loaned 7 Days For 10c operation.Yet .
.- ,- hundreds of farms in Gads around
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for would be the Last Monday afternoon
the time being
rental shelf at the Public and members of clubs to donateone hundreds of
\, 1 Joy Scout Troop 70 met Tue.- I development of the Sea Scout "The books den County, and three o'clock, citizens on and T
of "Christmas"
Its fourth their ;
', night under the direction of Patrol. This Patrol will be Library U beginning houses in built-up communities .
II' heard another
: reacted with the best of co- around Call Street
is to an- they of
and It
a pleasure
'rEX Rev. Frank Robinson, Scout- chartered as a Sea Scout ShipIn year fail to provide approved types ______
I nounce that all new books will be operation; she received twelvetopnotchers facilities.It political speech. This one, though,
liter, and the Rev. Charles Al- the near future. Mr. Robinson w
loaned seven days for ten cents, : With the money dU little different: it came not
Assistant Scoutmaster, will maintain his relationshipwith is true that hookworm was a ,
of three cents day paid by readers for keeping one "
fee
Scout- with a per Is In Itself more thana I candidate himself lasted
Patrol meetings were heldr the Scout Troop as ease rarely from the ,
favored over-time
additional if kept overtime. Threeor of the twelve ,
direction, of the Patrol master and serve as Skipper in bothersome annoyance. It reduces ten minutes and
the four days is all too short a the books soon paid for them- a not more than ,
the Sea Scout The work of and produces
efficiency
Ship.
aders and at the reassembly
time to read most books, so it selves, and It was possible for toward was delivered by 14-year-old Gerald
Mr. Allen has greatly facilitated sort of hang-dog attitude
Scoutmaster an
:"lod the gave has been decided to give every- Mrs Young to order more "good who spoke for Fuller!
and it is expected that work but doesn't kill. It does Barry, .
count[ of the progress of the progress! that ;
one ample time to read the new- renters. It has been going P'h
("r [lldlng of the Scout huts andY the Troop will continue to ad- however, reduce body resistanceto I Warren, candidate for Governor
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.. since-in
est books thus was the way ever a never-ending
\\\Y,\ '.'\ ship. This project Is com- vance under his more direct sup- announcement made this week ,by chain-and so it Is Starke has a, point where malaria, colds, of Florida.

te with the exception of a few ervision. Mrs. H. H. Young, who has run such a splendid Rental Shelf- influenza, pneumonia and most Fuller Warren did not come,

,tails and the boarding up ofrt Starke's Library, since Its beginning thanks going to the productivemind other germ and virus diseasesare but his young "campaigner" left
) of the huts. It will be com- Candidate given a field day when their
ExpensesBradford and his shorttalk.
I five years ago, as capablyas of the town librarian no word unspoken in
,1'i )4''leted: within the next few days. it would ever be possible for the cooperation of Starke bookworms bugs decide to go to work. For The boy spoke clearly, cert ,

t'fJ After the meeting was die'tied County candidates anyone to do. that reason, hookworm disease is a 1 n 1 y, to-the-polnt. Warren's

: the members of the Sea have spent a total of $3,217.09 in The Rental Shelf is four a very real menace to life, in ad- main point Is that he objects to
J flout, Patrol assembled at the their bids for the "vote and support" years dition to being a terrific economic the Interest demanded by
"'nd ship and went through the of electors on May. T The old. And how it began and its Disease of Ignorance drain through Its reduction In Florida's great municipal bonds. For

.toning ceremony under the dlictlon figures were compiled this weekin constant chain of growth Is an Hookworm Infection la a disease the efficiency of workers. him to be elected governorVwiU

of the Skipper, the Rev. the office of Clerk of the Cir interesting story to hear: After of ignorance and carelessness -Quincy Times.I mean a big reduction of It, according Miss Pearl Pearce
frank:; Robinson. A tour of In'faction cuit Court A. J. Thomas.. Dead- the library had been in operation to his friend. of Fort Bas

'l!; and plans for the com- line for filing the second state a year, Mrs) Young decided It the prevalence of which Is Dr. Middleton will appreciateyour young singer, candidate for deleglIe'at-

otlon of the ship were d\\ cussed. ment was midnight Monday. lacked one thing: a rental shelf, due in large measure to the support for County School large' to the national Democratic

At the Scout meeting the Scout- where the very latest and very "Nlce-Nellylsm" of newspapersand Superintendent and will., prove How You VoteIn convention She is a |

:aster announced that beginning Typewriter ribbons otr all kinds best publications could be placed. I civic, health and welfare that he deserves your trust. (I'd. Other PrecinctsThe woman of wide busies

t jay lilt Mr. Allen would be the for sale at the Telegraph office. That December she asked friends i workers. But the cost of stop Pol. Adv.) acquaintance and
operated a big cattle
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sample ballot as shown at m the

SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION. BALLOT left Is the one that will be lined' Kissimmee Valley. Miss Pearce

May 7th 1940DEMOCRATIC in Precinct No. 2 (North Starke), classifies' herself as a cow gin I and
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largest voting precinct in the explains: "My cows are fenced .

PARTY county. Voters in other precinctswill Her home at Fort Bassinger I ij

j vote as follows for the district half. way between Scoring and

Precinct Number 2, Bradford County county officers: Okeechobee. A native Floridian

Voters in Precinct No. 1 (La.w- she attended Rollins College wan

Instructions: To vote' for any candidate make a cross (X) at the right of his mime tey) vote for County Commis- graduated from the Florida State
College for
sioners District 1, School Board Women and has beena
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public school teacher
members District 1, and Bond( MIH
For Presidential Elector For Comptroller For Delegate to National Democratic Pearce attended the
AL B. BLOCK Trustee member District 1. Philadelphia
Group One Vote for One: Convention Second Congressional District Convention In 1938 as an alternate -
Precinct No. 2 votes on ballot
/"ote for One: HARRY M. BURCHH. Women shown at left. delegate.
FRANK BROWN :Vote for One: -
Precinct No. 3 (South Starke)
RIS BROWN CLYDE BYERS Engraved sympathy ackno U
EDWIN G. FRASERJ. MRS. ROBERT H. HILL votes for'County Commissioner edgements. Inexpennli _Brad.

.' K. CREWS RUSSELL J. CARROLL District 3, and School Board District ford County Telegtaph.
M. LEE NORMA FUTCH KENT 2.Precinct.

ANK B. DOWLING SIDNEY J. CATTS, JR. No. 4 (Graham) votes NOTICE TO KKFMHM'
IV: THE ClltC LIT ('otrltT l\'
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for County Commissioner District KOIl lilt\ltPOICII 01'\1'\: F1aa.t
C. MINGER DAN J. CONROY IIJA.
iv rnNciio.
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: 4 and School Board District 3. Leola Hall

LITER O. 8IGAL For State Treasurer JOHN (RED) DAVIS For Representative State Legislature Precinct No. 5 (Hampton) votes PlaintiffVS Overntieet, ,

Vote for One: Vote for One: for County Commission District Marcus- B. Overutreet,

ZACH DOUGLAS 4, and School Board District 3. Defendant
J. EDWIN LARSONR. R. B. ALVAREZ Precinct No. 6 (Theressa) votes IN OF TUB FLORIDA NAME GREETING OF THE STATE:

FRANK B. DOWLINGT for County Commissioner District TO: Marcus B Overntreet
Group Two L. (BOB) RICHARDW. GEO. H. INMAN whom noUeet may be given, to
co
4, and School Board Member Dis- Ward
/ote for One: E. FITZGERALD OverBtreet Attorney at Lne'
trict 2.Precinct. Sylvanla Georgia
M. (BILL) WAINWRIGHTFor You
No. 7 (New River) are hereby requited to au-
pear to the bill of
PAUL, APPLEYARD JOHN R. GURTLER complaint tiled
For County Judge votes for County Commissioner herein against you on or hpfor

SAM POOR GEORGE HOFFMAN Vote for One: District 5, and School Board District D.Monday 1940. the Srd play of June, A.

3.Precinct. It t la further ordered that thii

Railroad Commissioner JOHN O. JACKSON DON L. HOOVERE. No. 8 (Brooker) votes order County be Telegraph published, In a the newspaper UrartfoM

Vote for One: for County Commissioner District published In said County of Iliad.
LESSEYW. FERRYMAN ford once each week for four 'on>
D. F.
5, and School Board District 3. genitive! weeks
Group Three W. B. (BABE) DOUGLASS WITNESS my hand and official

Vote for One: A. MacWILLIAMS For County Commissioner, Real 1940 this 30th day of April I A. C.
S. C. PEACOCKFor
District No. 1 jerk SEAL) A..r Thomas
!MALCOLM McCLELLANE. Circuit Court
E. R. MEITZEN For Sheriff
Vote for One: John J, Henderson, Esq.,
Vote for One: Solicitor for Plaintiff 6-.I tt t >.21
G. OPERATOR SHEPPARD
( 38))
ROBERT K. PEPPER T. T. BLACKBURN

Circuit Judge Eighth Judicial A. O. ANDREU !
P: D. REDDISHJ.
Circuit I
LEWIS W. PETTEWAY

Group One M. L. JOHNS 'I I .. M. ROSIER W. B. (Babe)

Group Five OWEN W. PITTMAN, JR.
Vote for One: y D O- UG, LASSCandidate
,;Vote for One: For County 'ConnIeione'rDistrict ,

A. Z. ADKINS S. P. ROBINEAU No. 3. For
JOB: M. CABRERA For County Assessor! of Taxes
Vote for One: Railroad Commissioner
HENRY L. GRAYD. EDWARD L. SHULER Vote for One: .
WALLACE: N. KEITH O. C. CASONR. Democratic Primary
E. W. HAYESL.
E. KNIGHTFor DR. W. H. SPIERS May 7 1940Let's
F. (Bob) DEMORESTJ. ,
O. HAZENFor

LEO. STALNAKER: H. (Jack) FIELDSR.
For' United State Senator

:Vote for One: State Senator Fifteenth Senatorial W. E. TROTTMAN L. LEEJ.


CHARLES O. ANDREWS District H. N. (SENATOR) WALKER Tax Collector L. WYNN v Mfa
Vote for One: Vote for One:
rl, )
JERRY W. CARTER D. H. DUKES HARRY W. ZANDER CARL A. KNIGHTN. For County Commissioner a

District No. 4.
CHARLES FRANCIS (SOCKBR) COE
ERNEST HEWITT D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. Vote for One: M c1r Yd

FRED, P. CONE HAL y, MAINESM. T. C. CHASTAINR.

O.B.HAZEN'nERNARR S. WASDIN
J. SAPP
MacFADDfcN For County Superintendent of Public aK'

Instruction ? For County Commissioner,

'Vote for One: District No. 5. '

Delegate National Democratic Convention Vote for One: :
For National Democratic Committeonan A. J. GRIFFISW.
For Representative In Conjrre** Second State at Large, Women T. D. DYALM.
Vote for One:
Congregational' District Vote for Four: E. MIDDLETON A.VYr
O. HARRELL,
Vote for One: ALLIE BAYARD ANGLEW.
EDITH HERLONG BARFIELDMRS. O. E. McGAULEYE.
,
For Member County Board Public
J. G. (JIM) GARY J. BIVENS
,L Instruction
District
: WALTER PRICE BEVIS R. POPPELL No. 2 fi-
Vote for One
: '
; R. A. (LEX) GREEN PAUL A. BROWNe k
:MRS. LENA BIRD
t. !
W. P. SMITH man
t CHARLEY E. JOHNS JOE M. CABRERA I keep an experienced
PAULINE BURKE CARR In office. One who realize
\ For S. E. SPARKSFor
Supervisor of Registration
w
!' SAM FOOR fully his responsibilities
Vote for One: the
a PAOLA C. COPELAND both the utilities and tIJ

TRUMAN 0, FUTCH Member County Board Public consuming public.Let' .
}, For Governor HILDRED HALL MCLAUGHLIN ALICE (MRS. SAM) ANDERSON Instruction District No. S
'" re-elect the man whOM
R. HERMAN Vote for One
JARMAN :
Vote for One: M
JAMES F. him to
., PEARL PEARCE HOLLINGSWORTHJ. past record shows

t JAMBS BARBEE JOHN E. MATHEWS FRANK T. ABERNATHY able, fearless In the dischargeof
:MRS. DAVE SHOLTZ F. KICKLITER duties, fair to litigants, efficient
O. C. KELLEYE. w
PERRY NALL ready
J. H. CLANCEY and always
HELEN HUNT WEST decision upon
J. LEWIS reach a speedy
I.lI WALTER B. FRASER DWIGHT L. ROGERS the evidence Introduced In !be
f MRS. W. B. YOUNG For
County Commlaaloner)
proceedings.Let's .
': SPESSARD L. HOLLAND BILL SHAYNE \ District No. Z For County Bond Trustee continue the man in of f

p Vote for One: District No. 1. stood
CARL MAPLES BYRD SIMS flee'who I Is willing to
Vote for One: to decide
record
his
upon ;
f L. L. CONNERW. and
I
.
B. F. PATY O. J. PHILLIPSJ. cases upon the evidence

MITCH EDWARDSFor who recognizes that the rights

$BURTON SCIIOEPF For National\ Pmiocrutlc Com ttee- Q. ROSIER of the public to reasonabi'

rates takes precedence over
FREDERICK VAN ROY woman fair
the rights of utilities to a
Vote
for
One: Dr.
Middleton will
\ HANS WALKER For Delegate to National Democratic Member County Board Public support for County appreciateyour School return.
MRS.
NEIL 8
; FULLER WARREN ALFORD Convention Second Congressional District,,, I Instruction District No. 1 Superintendent and will prove (Paid for by friends of W

ENID BROWARD HARDEE Men H. A. BISHOPJ. that he deserves your trust. (Pd. Douglass)
FRANCIS P. WH1TEHAIR Pol. Adv.)
Vote for One: I
k POLLY ROSE H. MOOREJ.


ERNEST E. ANDERSJ. S. (BUDDY) NORMAN To The Citizens Of Bradford County:

.'Attorney General MAHLON McKlNNEY As
you all know, a recent automobile

I ( ,Vote for One: National Democratic ConventionState j, FRANK NETTLES" accident has caused me to be confinedto

i t' ED. R. BENTLEY at Large, Men JfRelegates my bed and a wheel chair for the past

: Vote for Four: 4- PERRY W. OSTEENH. several weeks, and will make it impossiblefor

: MILLARD n. CONKLIN ROBERT H. ANDERSON MYERS PARRISH .. me to call on every voter in the

county between now and election day.
I, E. B. DONNELL ROBERT M.. ATKINS EMORY II. Therefore I
i """ PRICE _.' : hope you will accept this

E. P. MARTIN BENJAMIN AXELROADM. W. C. PRINCE greeting aa a personal call and remem-
{ ber toVOTE-
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J. TOM: WATSON '
't"e
C. BAKER PAUL T. SCHOOLEY FOR DON L. HOOVERFOR

FRED M. BASS COUNTY JUDGEPaid

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- CHURCH DIRECTORY & NOTES Roman Empire, and that over Jr.. has accepted tlie place of !I l.' ,
this Roman Federation S. A. L. Pans Out given a better showing, we can. ,
____ of govern' I Supervisor of Handwork for the ;
-- ---- n ---- menu the anti-Christ Is to rule. Junior and Intermediate boys, and Rig Sum Here not continue theaV payrolls." the :'> ...1:

METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL This seems to be the teachings has already several worthwhilepl'ojects agent Concluded. l' 1" "
B.U'1'IST CHUISTLVN of God's T J. Griffin, local agent for I
Rev. Chas. H. Allen !'' Word. p t
t. M.rfu planned It IH
LI.htfootpaotor
m, Rev. Frank Robinson IhurrhRev. Sunday School expectedthat : 1, :
A Factor Pastor Fred Yerke., Jr. Mm Ira Wilson Supt No man can tell how the present Uncle Rex will be present the S A. L. Ry Co.. announced v.r

J. ThomaC. SUVL B. K. Ferryman Organist Sunday Rector School Sunday School European War will turn out. many mornings to lead in the ( recently that a total of $ ,1l5O"Is ; i ,;
Supt. 10 o'clockClit'RCll ,: .
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,ndxY' School Qen. Church Superintendentof School Mrs ID. M. Davis MI. Ella J. Sues But the writer will be greatly flag salutes and tell the character pnld out In salaries here every e "i :I". ,
r'ifi': A )1. Church School Supt. Organ.at surprised if it does not wind story. Classes will probably .".
School up 1
BArvlc. Churoh
Mr.. month his
Boy Mathew II. c. Brown by company. The an- r
11 A. Moo. 19 A. Jo(. Church School Service. : OF CIIRI4'I! with Italy having been greatly begin at 8:15: and close at 11:3O nual local S. A. L payroll wouldbe I 11
t R M. Morn In&' Worship 18 A. M. Sunday School Harry Pickup. strengthened as a nation and with each day. ,,
Pastor $01,380.48. Mr. Griffin said I
Service, 11 A. M. { -If.
ln.nlnlf, :Servlne. Morning Worship 10 A. M. Bible Study 2 p. m Russia having gained much Following" a new Vacation In enumerating other benefitsto J1MCAIRY. I I i; ''I ,. :
p M. Evening Worshipbervlco 11 A. M. Sunday. ._ 11 A. M. Sermon and The power. Great Brltlun Is, of $ ,, ., '
I-.aal,... Meetlne ; 7SO: P. M. Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Fridays 7:80: P. M' Lord' Supper 3 p. m course part of the old\ Roman I Bible School curriculum providedby the community from the company 't" "' I ,
; ', 11:01): p.M. Young PecrpU'a Holy Day._,10 A. M. evry Sunday Empire. the Southern Baptist Convention Mr. Griffin said: "We use d7VkL to- r : ;',{.,
Planlet League Meeting Germany whether she water from the city buy ties all ,, I 'i .
Mona Cano & 8:30: P. M. wins or loses, seems to be in the classes will be different J I'"
Directort MISSION HALL GOSPEL around Starke pay for all cattle f fTnld
H. 1'0..11 Prayer Meeting TARSponsored MIX. ALUANCE prophecy a part of the Northern from any heretofore ()offered and killed around CONGRESS t I'.'
Wednesday 7:80 P.M. Sponsor: by will be from here pay taxes and ; :
materials .
Chairman Confederacy which the altogether -
at ,
coming ,
Mr. and Mrs. President state, land ,
Deacons Mr. and Mrs. Aounty city licences. .
Mrs. F. II. tong, J. T. Quigley The Ut>v. Frank of the Lord, will go down new!' All boys and girls of I ,... '"
JI' KlcklltarChalrIT OrganistMia. J. T. Quigley "Trucks are hauling 80 percentof nr a w e erv. v I' I I I' !
HoblnsonRecrctary.Treasurer
Bvanirelliitlo Service with the crash that will come to Starke, ages 4-16 are Invited to ''J I
u B. K. Ferryman, Bible Study each each the freight and unless we are ''I
etea Friday and Sun + restored Roman the Vacation Bible School at the ( Political Advertisement. '1' ,
t Powell Assistant Organist Tue evening; 7.30: day evening 7:30: The Kev jlhe I Federation ) ,f ..
0. Fred Yerkes
I Baptist Church. May 4-IOth. I"J ;
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- --- to be very careful In interpreting The school will be closed with INSURE WITH i j ':11; : :

Church Arllne Dew The pastor made a the pastor, who will deliver a world movements. The ft Commencement Program to be N. D. ,I' ,:' i
ethodist short talk after which, with the short sermon. scenes of nations may shift many I presented on Friday night. May WAINWRIGHT, JR. l J 'L : ;:

eW'1 Notes assistance 0 f Mrs Robinson, On Wednesday evening immediately i I times, but the final outcome UI 19th to which everyone Is invited FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS 'i "
white ribbons were given to the following the to the writer's mind clear in Its and which will be held In
prayer I
I The morning service In the following Intermediates: Shirley meeting service the Board of 'major details. God has made of the auditorium of the church. Phone 71 J STARKE FLORIDA ', :/
1 Church was con- Wanda : ,
rMt Methodist Colley Pearce, Lyle And Stewards will hold a monthly one blood all nations" but lie Announcement!' Is made this I ,
tha 11 o'clock hour. erson, Garnita Hutto. Green ribbons I buslnsss: meeting in the church also "has determined the boundsof week that on Sunday there will ; : :

fetor. the Rev. Frank Robon indicating the second successive school building W P Smith, their habitations. God has ,be three pianos in the church annex : : :,J

used as his subject. "I and month's award were given chairman, urges that every mem- marked a line beyond which no and that the new Beginner- VOTE FOR i?.; :II, iA.'

r,, concerning the dual person- to: Patsy Keen, Freddie Wlm- ber of the board be present. nation can go. I earnestly advise Primary department will I I I be M. L. 1 I I

(,ty cf the average person. i berly, Ida Lulu Davis Marjorie On Thursday evening beginning Christians to "sit tight." formed This. will give the' church JOHNS ;; I.'t

j The evening service was' con- Davis Steve Weldon, Nina Bishop, promptly at 8 o'clock the Gill" I Don't get scaled. God is on the three separate departments a I ;are For Sheriff of : I .}'
peoples dl- Elsie Green, Barbara Keen, Ar throne. ,
Led by the young i field Evans League Union will Our business is to be Young People-Adult; a Junior-
Ln with Freddie Wimberly as line Dew Comer Pciryman and hold its regular monthly meeting j faithful to Him. God will win. Intermediate; and n Deglnner- Bradford County I .t fii '
Ldcr The evening prayer wasi Virginia Sewell. in the church. Miss Marion "Jesus shall reign wherever the Primary. A. J, Thomas IH In :

I i by Shirley Coil y, after which The following Interdepartmentsof Cahoun, President of the Union J! sun does his successive journeys charge of the general school and I I BIII: (luiillflrd-for This Office ; \. !A'
unfit Perryman read the IKrlpI : the Intermediates will preside. The I run." Remember when It gets nets us Superintendent of the ''l'
awarded :
were young peopleof : !'
Horn
end Reared In Our /v'
., which was a selection from the local church will have the dark that may mean It is almost Young-People Adult department County ;
L 15th chapter of St. John's first place aa follows: League worship service preceding the daylight. The coming of our Mrs George Anderson Is Superintendent \ TuKjmyrr; u Man of a Family I t i'r "

ptl. The church orchestra. attendance committee on Mis business meeting. Lord draweth nigh. of the JuniorIntermediate 'aL"

,dpr, ihe direction of Emmett atom; Church attendance com Special attention Is called to department and announcement '" Your Vote and Support :} n; ':" ,

juryman, rendered "Finlandla," mittee on Recreation; Conduct- the plan and program of the Vacation Bible School will be made shortly of the Appreciated ;j "tt;t
Bund Up For Jesus" "What! A church new Beginner-Primary Superintendent 'I J.{\' I., "i
Have In Jesus" and committee on Worship; Offering concerning finances An Starts Saturday (Paid. political Advertlnement) '4' :':
blend We -committee on Worship.On effort is being made to pay all\ I i; : 1':1: : ,,
Dew read
kblde With Me. Grace financial obligations in full for 'I
I poem, "If You Have A Friend next Sunday morning the the entire conference year, Beginning with a faculty meetIng For unto Adding Machine and a; \ ,II!'h

forlh Loving" Following this pastor will administer the Sacrament (which closes May 31,) at the I at two o'clock Saturday Aft- Typewriter Itlbbona at Telegraph VOTE' FOB ;',>,,I ,

|e young people's choir tang.Rm of the Lord's Supper with morning service on :May 12, ernoon. May 4th which will be office! R. E. McGAULEY ,>I l't i' ''i
offertory prayer was given the new ritual of the Methodist Mother's Day.Everyone followed by a parade and registration l' ,
Ida Lulu Davis and the of' Church. The service next Sun connected with the at the Baptist church at The (Children' Friend t I

ring taken by Patsy Keen and day evening will be conducted by church is invited to participate in three o'clock, the Vacation Bible 1I1I1I'd! 'h For I,, ", ',';{' "I : .

this program by adding a contri- School will be under way. All ; .. CountySuperintendent 1"" 'i". 4{
bution to the church treasury on I this week a faculty has been .ti j ( / '
ELECTJ. Mothers' Day.Bob. making preparations, and awaits 1 1.1: ?:< 'it'

I only the arrival of the Superln- rlrJKf! &r I fcntr .."...1.... ,...... ... : : .' !'t.I i1
... prrlviif as a e. a a e roomtrnihrr .: :,.
L. WYNNYour It end en t. Mrs. Lloyd (Aunt ; 1".,, and "irtnrli.. I 4Axlp ,, "
I Louise) King of Otlnmlo. Mrs. : A I urn yitnua ........ tHl'klf 'J N I.
Jones I : '' ( M hair Job sad Old 1 !I II..
King Is the )I/J;/;
among best Vacation ;
e'i rnouah to h. serious .....d.... 1.1, j '
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workers In I t hut* Just .pl..d INF If" .
COUNTY COMMISSIONERFROM : I l r t \
ninth I.nne/ the llrookrrJunior Iljl
Florida. She Is 'rt.
the wife of the t iI'"l.
DISTRICT 3 Comments On Here I evangelist who conducted a fine r .1.Shah....... I Orhool.If prwntiH. t. ._ ', t IfN' ',"I ,::11..h.

And Hereafter revival in the Baptist Church last EQUAL ..-......... the...1.rountr..> for rrrrlw each dollar law I tp r Iy"1' \:r J J.p.
I AM IN FAVOR OK KETTIJl: I fall Uncle Rex King JUSTICETO ttf:',, ...'. I '''i.t'j,' '
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ROADS AND GENERALCOUNTY "Nation shall rise Classes have been ;
against nation provided for
I .. t lI
.I ALL him ilrlirr Mill) hMIIIIII ".r.. i I _;
AFFAIRS'" and kingdom/ against king I beginners, ages!' 4-5, Prlmiules, "4 thfl fc...l* ..f q..ltl. ,, il'l, ( .
dom; and there shall be famines. ages 6, 7, 8; Juniors rises 9-12; w, lion. wed*.n..t vtintmilMliim pwlltl*.l I r') f '{I.

and pestilences, and earthquakes, i and Intermediates, ages 1316. I Khun: slrh. I. .1. ae I.. ( i I G t ,
Your Vote and
Support in divers places. All of these The classes will provide Ilible J..II. to the tea p.rer. ..rf JI.r.> :.;
Able nl the Hum* iliac iiromot lhrilucntlunul .. :'.."
Will Be buihwn \ :
AppreciatedPaid I lawyer, ,
man clmisurower
are the beginning of sorrows.. study story-tellng, handwork, : .. These are words of our Lord. i and supervised recreation. The worlJ war veteran Past FVwUent State fur of ii.. 4 ouHty ,. moatprvrlou I.. ,1'1,
( Political Advertisement) Bar. Teacher nd experienced rxecmlv, asset "'tav ('hlldren. j '.
.... Their meaning is clear. Toward : pastor will act as assuclate-superintendent .'* I"I ,
.
the end of the present Church and will conduct the I Earnestly; Solicit Your Vote and Support I i:; ;
age, nation will rise against nation recreation periods. Arch Thomas, (Paid Political Advertisement) .:
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RE.ELECT and kingdom against king I '
dom. There shall be earthquakesin --- =:;.,.= -- '
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J. H. MOORE divers places and famines and Ii'

pestilences will come to many
'H tout ,'CIIOOI 1101 III) MEMBER FROM IIISIIIICT.OSI'l .
parts of the world There have
; :
(Lan lr A. North fttarkv. ) .
been
always wars and rumors of President Roosevelt ises Lex Green
<$ .. wars. That has been characterIstic
.
ee,'nuse w. are now at the height of our strawberry of the age. But never until
-hl > >lnK It will be for to
| i season impossible me lice every
outer In the district perBonally. In view of this fact. I the first World War did "nation '
hope| my friend will accept thin message aa a personal rise against nation and kingdom

call. against kingdom. Never until THE WHITE HOUSE I .
<8> .. recent years have there been
WASHINGTON I
IF 1t :.I'I. :CT"O: I PROMISE TO CONTINUE WORK1XO earthquakes In so many places .
FOR TUB BENT INTKKKSTS) OF* AM TUB (SCHOOLS: \ H \I "
IN BRADFORD COUNTY and never until our own genet'a- .R.N't W' ,
tlon has there been such a uni- M M1. '

YOUR VOTE. AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED versal manifestation of pestilences Marsh 2., 1940 J

and famines In so many parts of p It
Paid Political Advertisement) *:iw
the world. "These are, the beginning I. :

of sorrows" ,

The literal rendering Is this: > ., .
"Thene are the first labor pains." "nor t 1' '

IN VIEW OF THE FACT The world's travail has started. Dear L xtiyJf '
How long It will last no one can
THAT THE DUTIES OF MY OFFICE
pay There may be short rest 1 : ,
MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLEFor ; periods between the "pains." But I e j ? T0ry glad to reo, T- your '

undoubtedly we are living In the I letter of Uaroh twenty-fifth la whloh you i

Me To Visit Every Voter In The County At time when the words of our Lord tell me of *the splendid progress beinc made

This Time I Hope That All Citizens Will Under- are being fulfilled before our very -jt: la the d T lopfflnt of the Naval Air bse
There Is- a time of tribulation
eyes -
stand My Position And Will Accept This Greeting at Jacksonville Florida.
such an the world has never
In Place of A Personal Call. Want You To Know known coming upon this wicked J i .y i L"a ,I ,

That I Deeply Appreciate Your Continued Interestand and sinful world. According to Let me take this opportunity to
the teachings of most of the
Support.C. express to thanks for the '
great orthodox students of prophecy you my splendid oo-

just before the tribulationcomes operation you have given tho Administration

A. KNIGHT TAX COLLECTOR all "born again" Christiana RE ELECTLEX and to congratulate you upon your fine record

(Paid Political Advertisement. ) will be caught up to meet the' I. of service.
Lord' In the air and these saved
ones will lie delivered from the '

Bowls of wrath and the vlala of 'I Very sincerely yours

wrath and catacllsmlc curses

VOTE FOR which we read about In the Book I
kI
1
of Revelation. It l la wonderful'to i GREEN

;i S. E. SPARKS: be saved and to trust Jesus I
Christ as a Savior at this time --fr
FOIl MIMIIIKII: : f)'"' 'l'HI'-: mail to He IsCooperating / :
when everything seems trldi- : I ,. -
1'1'111 ( 1'.0'
OF HI "I.U' .
rate that the world's travail has .
BH u)FUUO ( 011'\ I With I .
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really begun.
IU"'I''U'T: :S ,
,171,
O.py
-' "How do you think the present I Our PresidentFor }

and war will come out" That question
Honest. Fair '
For An
Is asked by many people who Peace andSecurity
Honorable Lex Green
Administration
,Economical have an Idea that the Bible might'' ,

have a definite and clear prophetic House of Representatives <

p statement concerning the I Washington. D. C.
Your Support Appreciated I, present crisis in world hixtory. .
The prophets do not always give

(Paid Political Advertisement) specific details about what Is goIng -
to happen on the stage of the

future. Prophecy seems to be I GREEN SECURED AIR BASE for

VOTE FORJ. and clear naturally about the if we final understandthe outcome I DISTRICT :1

S. (Buddie) NORMAN way the play Is coming out : ,
we should be able to understand _
:\nulH.n:: : BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION something of the trend of the I == I:= :::___ -_ : ___ :=:===:====__. :: :=-- :

BRADFORD COUNTY. drama. The writer does not :
I claim to be a great student od )'l
1STRICT STARKE
NO. ONE LAVVTEY.
prophey. There are many details \
which he does not understand. '' URGES ADEQUATE DEFENSE ,
'An Honest, Square Deal I
Howevr most of the great con-
For The Schools Bradford County aervatlve orthodox studnts of I h

I rPgret that butlnei will make xophey believe that la the final
the
rush of straw berry DURING THIS CRITICAL PERIODPaid
It 1mP..lbJe for me to call on all *'otr... Howe*'*'. I crash: of nations there l I. to be a i ,

"1l. UNl you that your vote and support will I* apprrcl- treat that there Northern IH also Confederacy to be a fed-and .II'II'II ''
'
''d. title 1
"uallon and I hope you will make allo"'IUlC'efor ration of governments around II ( Political AdvertisementPA )

and rntnrrnlxr mr on May 7. the: Mediterranean poimtbly covering .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK NAY

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are expected to turn out at the polls in unprecedented -! W.P.SMITH

The Bradford County Telegraph numb era. Registration in

IMnbllshed 1877 Bradford County has almost reached a total (Candidate For. School Board
and interest in District No. Two)
of 3,900--highest in history, I .
Bradford County Voter Do Not Need the various campaigns, as manifested by Docs not believe in favor- mmme.n..maamnn> ar + (

Urging To (:Jo To. Polls the large crowds at the county political ral- itism or partiality in awarding to be /t

Next Wednesday morning the people of lies, has been greater than ever. jobs for or with contracts the county'stax s.atrwliiil ;
paid
Bradford County will sleep late experiencea We do not feel that it is necessary to money-But does believe, t

"let down," once more know the meaning "urge" the people of Bradford County to', and has and will work,. to

of "the morning after the night before." It have them distributed all
demonstratedin I
turn out and vote. They have I over the county-In proof of
will be May the 8th-day after the fateful the past that it would take more than a this: the minutes of the .

primary election of May 7. team of horses to hold them at home if the School Board will show that

If weather conditions are good, voters weather is good, and the contest interesting. I W. 1-. Smith made and defended
a motion; that INSTEAD
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of the Board memo ...

VOTE FOR bers awarding the school bus r 1
routes to whoever they saw

fit, and pay what ever
Spessard L. Holland amount they saw fit that all
the bus routes be given to
the LOWEST GOOD bidder. I

'., FOR GOVERNOROF In the face of some opposition .
'! nY I
'-y +iM.kA. W
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mos 'Vr6Y>
,; .,,/ FLORIDA he got this motion approved + II II
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by the board. As a re I
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,I ;a 1' \1 IIII. brut itwtmf of what a man suit the board advertised for .I
Mill do h. flip future !. the record II
; :;;. '.:. of what h. hue done lathe bids on all the routes in the NM II I I
?fI. !>..(. Thmummdn throuabout county. When the bids came ,
thr Mate are arrrptlnoi thin as
__ n Kloicun In the rnmpnlKn' foraa.ernor in and the routes were I II II I
r ; ;_ unit florklnic to thrtnmtnrd I
; .. of Mpr*.artl L. Holland awarded it was found that t
Ihr only man In the rare wltbpubllr I
the cost of all the bus routesin
,. rrrnrd of rhlvmratIn t
r. '
ii
(fl ".
>' .<.<* K0'..m..e. the county was approximately I.
I These thousands Inrlailr school $2,500.00 LESS THAN' I
.
'i. N tn>rbrr>i because Holland hap TilE YEAR BEFORE. A .
i
i5' 3v
I n +1y
f .1 alnar. been a friend of nrhooUnnil clear'saving to the county of r i
.
.<-h .ol .r.rbrr.. They I IrluUr 1.-
.' .. HolInnil'n $2,500.00 for school term .
old folk bvrnn I ii
,
.. .
efforts for them.. .U wellknonn. 1938-39 And this saving S... .
They Inrlnd .*.rr.n.. 4. 1- 1
continue
will
.'',.. yearly-
.
Holland In veteran .
because
..:""'., who. ban been tried anal fonndIrur. lie also put through a ma- YF .
"" They Inrliide bn.lnr.. mebrrnunr lion that all school buses be .:
..
,
Holland him hernrunalant <. bid .
'' : bought on a competetive .
'r"v for of the sales! tnx.Thrr .
.
} ding basis. That all con
,, ; Include. .m.H merrhant .
.
4 '
n re tracts for building repairingand .
time '
brrnuce Holland has three -
:: : pnxird repeal of the KroaN rrrrpltn painting school houses, .1
.,',' lac In his branch of theIrKl.lntnrr. .
." }; etc., be given to lowest good 1- .
Inrludr .p.re.-
alb ; They .
>A ," bidder; thereby saving considerable
iiirn because Holland I* a champion ,
1 /7 l of wild life. They Include more money for the ..
inhering men and Women brrnu schools and tax-payers of the I
>r Holland ..... always volrdfur ,
s the for i.'rn..better nrr* which runilltlonHninonic .lin,rmndr body county an-equal and giving chance every at all All the people of Florida and Southern Georgia are invited :

MorklnK men andmniirn. the jobs the school board has to be present at the opening of one of the South's !
Inflnde inrmbrrof
They to award.
the I,nlvrrnllr of Florida greatest money- avlng events, beginning Monday morn-
lie thinks this is
.. just good I
llollnnil l one
nf nliimul eh.....heconse. 'I'h.r Include rl ruirronrrit .. business sense; that it is pro ing,. May 6th, at 9:00: o'clock! It
nnil crlrnHurli.li, lirrim gressive and fair to every J t

54 ** Rolland* fur. their ban brnrfll.llvllnnd'H MpuniiorrdniriiMiirr body.('ltld Political Ad\citlMeinent) I See Cohen's Special 16-Page Blue Ribbon.Sale t

t" reword career of proKrelv ha. been leader an- 4- Edition: in Times-Union !
oiii Sunday's
.
.hli.. Th... why he In ruled
the leadlnic candidate for ...y- I

SA S ernor.I'aId( Political Advertisement) I.! i @ P' : I $ ENTIRE STORE OPEN MONDAY II I:


.. 511 I NIGHT UNTIL ,9:00

Pid; ,I GUESSING ABOUT 1940 !

,t: Carl Knight His Taxes I REFRIGERATOR VALUES

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My opponent is stating that I do not pay my taxes. To try to prove his lesle
charges he has picked out the years 1929, 1930!): 1933 and 1931, and claims that 1QJ p/, : .
he fails to find on the records in the office of the Clerk of the Court any statement /
showing that my taxes were paid for those years. The State Auditor's re- f1
ports for the years 11)29! 19'10: 1933: and 1931!): show that I have settled the above jp/tle e./

years in full. I ( tAr
}ee.
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Each year the Tax Collector, when the (tax roll I is delivered to him by the /tJpjp/IJefi
County Commissioners is charged with the total amount of taxes shown by the
Tax Roll and MY TAXES ASSESSED AGAINST ME. THE TAX COLLECTOR,
ARE INCUDKD IN THE TAX ROLL, and are charged against me the same as
taxes against you. After the tax book is closed the tax collector is then
credited with the money collected also credited with the money realized from '
(the tax sale where the certificate is issued to an individual. lie is also credited 'I
with the lands sold to the State of Florida. lie then reports to the County 1i Yyyn.r.ka
Commissioners and he is credited with what is known as the Error and Insolventlist.
If the money collected before the tax sale plus the money realized by the o
tax sale, the tax: on lands sold to the State,plus the Error and Insolvent list equals the
amount with which he was originally charged, his accounts are audited and ap- Y
proved by the State Auditor and found to balance, the report is accepted. If
the taxes assessed against the Tax Collector are included in the sum with whichhe
has been originally charged by the County Commissioners AND MINE
HAVE ALWAYS BEEN INCLUDED IN THIS SUM-and the Tax Collector's 2"
taxes are not included in the list of Errors nnd Insolvencies N I) MINE I
,HAVE NEVER BKEN-it ISflt'1fIdent that the Tax Collector has paid his
taxes: because If he had not paid 'the taxes assessed against him his accounts
could not be made to balance. '
.tf.
I HAVE ..,A'D MY! TAXES IF I HAD NOT THE STATE AUDITOR 1V OULI)'

HAVE LONG AGO FOUND IT OUT AND CALLED ON ME TO PAY LOOK-IT'S A \ '

I DO NOT HAVE FOUR TAX BOOKS IN MY OFFICEThe BIG 6 ,,,yM 7 11' I


only lax books I have in my office are for the years 193: (( 1937: and 6'/ CUBIC FOOT rZ\ V %
193; The 1938 tax book is the one I collected taxes nn last year (1939)( : ). NEW 1940KELVINATOR

My opponent also tries to lead you p 'cpl2; to believe that I have not made pay. '
nient to he County on any of these hooks for four years. I have receipts: of \ ,
I Deposit! of County Funds signed by pro cr officers of the Florida Bank at .

1 Starke, Starke Florida (who are the Cointy Deno itories of this County) showing $114.95 uo + liMlg \t '
.a
the following receipt numbers and dates: of deposits: D.n......la war Mtrtwa withS
Y.ar r>.tMtton PlanStt "
j Receipt No. 21130 dated October 18, 1939 in payment of taxes: collected for
the, year 1936.Receipt NMarmntf as
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J ttc 1 tweet ntr .. Z a rwt .
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No. 21131: dated October 18,. 1939: in payment of taxes collected for at. ; p

the year 193G.Receipt CT-IHI KILVINATOR pictured i* a

No. 21131 dated November ,1, 1939 in payment of taxes collected for JL beauty.But its only one of the J u.
big beautiful 6 and 8 cubic foot n
the year 1937.Receipt Kelvinators for 1940 at price
; No. 2113.;' dated November I. 1939 in payment of taxes collected 930 to $60 I... than last year. I of
for the year 1937. Every Kelvinator 1* poweredby A six-bottle carton
the moneysaving Polanpher.
Receipt No,.21145: dated December :30, 1939! : in payment of taxes collected rated unit and every model hat ab Coca-Cola is so easy to buy
,. for the year 1938.: new 1940 convenience feature
Come ia today. See these New And 1
You can ,,see by the above that my opponent is in error as to his statementthat Kelvmators at record low price*. S and to carry home.
I have not made payment to the County on any of these books for a periodof Get your ine copy of Th 19iO wholesome re
four years. Refrigerator Guide". brings pure,

I have never in any of my speeches made a statement orpromise JUST LOOK AT THESE FEATURES / ; freshment within easy reach

'.. lI'-iI s..... fed d .MIt_.adeeml_ I r The
not to run again.Now Kahl ...,.,.... **.* ........ M i Ice r of you and your family
..... ....Ity-, Ib*..KUln .central .
my friends'!, you people have known: me all my life and you know that r-... mhM.l mesh M I.Inen1 taste of Coca-Cola has 1
I have always tried to live an honest upright life and have done everything I .... ...........t.-............oIMI...
could fer you and the office. I will continue to conduct the office in the futureas '..lm..._.. ....... ....WMI ahellyk. ; charm all its own and you
,- y- y.l.ryh..lermalt.ad !
I have done in the past.
mmy ....., L.twm c- .I. of
..... like
the after-sense
happy
Your vote and support will be very :Much appreciated. .

.TITUS OLSON refreshment.

I Display Room on South Walnut.
Carl A. Tax
Knight Collector
l StreetStarke BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF niB COCVCOLA CO. ,BY

,(Pal.J Political Advertisement). Fla. I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY



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