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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 10, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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i n' 1n Middleton and Griffis :

+. i, ? ,' cal In Run-off For Superintendent '. +y
SIXTY-TWO STAUKK, FLORIDA FIU1 r' t
lE \Y, MAY S, 1940 '
NUMBER TWKNTY- SEVEN of Schools ','
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entee Voting Tuesday's election was a "field. !,

is Todayt Here's} the Answer day" for Bradford County incunv "x '
bents with the "Ins" remaining .' t

Monday Walter McDon- virtually Intact against the on'c, { '

tr" cast the first absentee taught of newcomers. Only one t ; t
I in Bradford County. Yes- courthouse position remains to 1
>,39 had been cast to date. be decided In the run-off prl. ; '

niwe of a ruling of the mary. 4

me Court, made last month, BERNARR MACFADDEN'A illy we roll along." At any County Judge E. K. Ferryman
son( may vote on the ab- ) when contractors) started bested his i opponent Don L.
outside the State ofa Hoover better
ballot from the selected site of slightly than two to
Judge E. K. ,Perryman Is one In a count of 1, 917 to 925.:
ucture seen here as It isrest
is a fewer number to vote Another two to one victory was
More than week'sIon .
rear than In the primariesyears a I scored by Sheriff A, O. Andrea ;
ago, because of the MAN who has overcome the hardships of life at Its new location near I over his opponent M. I.. Johns. ::1: ,
:tlon. In 1936, around 75: Florida. Through his publications he has sent wordof ocks away Bids tot'con- The tabulation was: Andreu 1-
ee votes were cast, but theme physical and financial, who has survived the trials ant! the magic: of the land. "Health, Happiness and ened the last of this month. 060; Johns 960. ',.

Court's new law Is ex- tribulations and<< emerged as a national figure, who Wealth Is Here. Come and Get Ill"! was his Tax Collector C. A Knight ,Ij",,,,; :
message.
to cut them considerably. has benef itted his community, his state and his nation. And then lie announced for the United States took the measure of N. D. Wain-. }
Ing ends today May 3rd.li'OODLAii'N is entitled to more than passing comment and consideration Senate not )ard To Have wright Jr., 1,889 to 978 4': ,
as a man seeking public office, but rather I '
.
A second primary will be nee :j '
by those seeking standard-bearers for J
their
cause. as a crusader seeking to tell his fellow 111f'li and
women e* ary to decide the position of ,
\By Mrs. Oscar Carter Less than one month ago Dernarr 1\lacfald'I' that there was joy in living, especially if one lived New Faces Supei'Intendent of Public Instruc

announced his candidacy for the position of United in Florida. That the handicaps that harrassed some of any I lion. The vote Tuesday wits:
J. S. Norman and Mrs.
States Senator from Florida.In the Middleton 1.110; Grtffla (Incumbent -
iHersey were attending toss things could be removed<< by a man who wasn't Biggest "Shake-Up" ) 1,089 591 '
; McGauley ; Pop-
in Palatka Wednesday. that short period of time the public and press afraid to face tile task. That the farmer, the laborer Among CommissionersIn pelt 159

s Mary Lois Clark spent have realized change in the old political order. Politicians .
a and the business man, as well as the white-eollur Several Years Another run-off contest wilt .

y with Miss Myrtle Johns of the old school worker_ win entitled_ In tun.___ find" J. V Klckllter und James F,
and Mrs. Harmon
Hodges have awakened from their .. ." ,- .,....- .- -- n..n 1 ,t leant four new faces. will bet ItolllnKswnrth competing for the
Ji' Sallie Hodges of JackIe lice instead of political expediency

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I '"' on Itiudford County's 5-man : position of Supervisor of Regis
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were visiting friends and sense of security and students ") ..,",'!", .. << That justice ,rd of County CommlsHloners tration. Tuesday's tabulation j
ves here Sunday. of economics have -'. could' be secured if the its first meeting; In January wan: J Klckllter 1,341: Hotting '4 i,
and Mrs Jack t
Norwood ,
of been the 1 I. As (the result of one of worth 1,178; Mia. Sam Anderson' ,
dale flabbergasted by people of mind
were visiting Mrs. were a to most complete "shake-ups" In 231.
ode slater, Mrs. Daltonover advent of a candidate who i. .-, r send forth a man with courage ml years, every' district in the Coo If. Inman state representatlvo ?;

., the week-end. offers a new and better I, and logic; enough to nty will be represented by a i. was successful in "holding
Jim Hersey and Ruth I commlHfilonaf, with the pose the fort" against Ralph B. Alvare -
standard of'livin without
were visiting Mrs. Grace .. ask for it, and therefore, r exception 0>t No 1, where a In a close tabulation of 1,- 1
na In Lawtey Monday after- recourse!' to the! moss-cov' ;> in view of his life, his -off Is neceinary between P. I 600 to 1,143. ) } N

Bred platform promise of >>. struggles and his attainments Reddish, Incumbent, nnif T. T Itun-off For Senate / 1'
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Walter Lee, Lorena and Ckburn. Hal Y. Malnes and Ernest '
Rosier were shopping the nerennial seeker after his services were of. :he vote In this district was: Hewitt, both of Lake Butler, will +

kmvllle Tuesday. publf' office. r fered to the cause. Idlsh 200; Hlnckburn 151; J. : enter a second primary for the ,' r''
large crowd of people from Bernarr Macfadden] 4 It is refreshing to the Rosier 140 -.. office of State Senator. The cornp +'

attended last the speaking at typifies the Florida of to- ?' mind, as well as to the soul, n No. 2 the Incumbent ,L. L. bined vale of Bradford and NUnion'
.
jronn week. p counties 11tbl.. race wa:. .
kt forget church Saturday day. His action!'!, his utterances ,.\ to have a man of the calibre mer was defeated by a vote of Maine 1,428; Hewitt I 1.023: ; '/
to 444 In favor of hli
I and Sunday at Heilbronn. his living, all ne indicative 4 of Bernarr Macfadden offer ent, W. M. Edwards op- I Dukes 944; Sapp 924, Malnes {
[prayer meeting was high man In both
Wednesday"Horse of a greater androrf" f y.. +N6 -1. himself to the cause :of acumbent, Mallory Thomas wasa leading his nearest opponent counties by
V candidate for. te-clectlon In
Florida. welfare. It somehow
progressive; a public 241 votes In Union. I ,
3, where run-off will be I
n
His is no creed born to feed fields or under privilegedsets between It. L. Lee and' Holland Curries County ,\

the gullibility of a public : : into the background{; U exHary Wynn. The vole here. wan: In the Governorship nice, Bradj j ,
ford voters followed suit with the '
during an election hysteria. J llic mediocre of ''of nn 168: Lee 146, U F Demo- I' ''rf.
group lest of Florida In making Bpfl ; '{,
112 J. II. Fields\ 103: O. C.
t ; ;
His is a life of action basedon iJ-.f fice-seekers whose most ion 74. card L. Holland the high man. l 'il 9 (t.,,

the betterment of the human /,,'-' yd outstanding trait has .beento n No. 4, Incumbent R, S, Was- I Biggest surprise ,(although predicted 11i, i ',:" j
nY '
In straw ballot conductedby '
the of : ; be hand when was defeated by T. C ChusI ,
race, well-being / on payday the Telegraph) was good showing ':' ';,
oayet" people through the physical : rolls around. -,' ,]* I, 192 to 200. made. by James Bat'blle Jacksonville $1
fy v:, ; >. n No. fti.Incumbent, T. D. Dyal I' .",r '
and mental developments !:A: "You, the people can ,f defeated by M, O. Ilarrell, minister, who nosed out : i\

of youth, the bold, draw my first yeur'pf, *aj-' to 244. place Francis In I this*. Whitehair county for second j 1) :H';

truths in behalf Macfaddcn 'and School Hoard (''>nl4',,S j ,1
outspoken ury, says Runoff elections will be nee- State Senator Charley IS. John yc 5{; l

"," of true Americanism, courageously use it to tell less unfortunates try In School' Hoard districts carried Bradford by a small mar. .t"t;;
Kin over Incumbent Congressman !\ "/.
displayed throughthe (by the establishment ,Ad 2. i' ,
.. kr In No.1. Incumbent J. II. Lex Green and other candidates '.: ', ',.: "'
of his of State
publications a Publicity '
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pages given the honor of ::1 M
io t being "head : :
: : will meet J, S. Norman 1
o i> ; ore r rmfn" r-
reaching millions of Board) of the benefits live (the second primary. The vote here were: Adklns for circuit r ; iP Florida ** judge: Andrews for U, S. \. ,Iii
in
American readers. big bring., _(And e was; Moore Ad I; Norman ,

Born on a Missouri farm, bound over as a boy he'll probably donate bit next year's salary to athletic'to '; 11. A. Bishop 346. General Senator;; Lee Watson for for Comptroller Attorney .''I J+! '!ii'., ,

J "sky Ig\; earn his bread and butter; a sickly lad, except in fields or underprivileged children or some other,(wid- n .No.Smith 2. S.by E.a Sparks count 'of Ih.tealedI' 304 to Wulnwilght for State Treasurer;; ', ''t, '4.

11:u.'< mind that visioned dreams of health and happiness, shy public welfare group.) Incumbent W K.: MMiilelonl \, and Douglass for Railroad Commissioner :

>r' ; :,..:... Bernarr Macfadden fought his way up the hard way. It seems to us that in Bernarr Macfadden the not a candidate for re-elec- The vote In theseruccs '.' '
may be seen In tabulation I ',
t Up to riches, to the power of a national publisher, people of Florida have a new opportunity, an oppor I. by' precincts on this page. "f
Sense"in n No 3, Incumbent E. J, Lewis
I
stepping into the market and buying "Liberty' betunity not available in every decade. They have the I face O. C, Kelly In the BCCprlnrmry ,, '

the Senate cause the title symbolized the dreams of his youth, he chance to elect a man to office who Is all man. A man The vole' was: Kelly also engaged during the greater t .

became the champion of those seeking a better life who will battle for their rights joyfully and courage: ; Lewis 211; Finnic< T. Aber- part of his life In farming. ', ( I

Elect and means and methods of obtaining it. ously. A man who will refuse to serve any bat ibe*wel- hy 155:;:; lived For the alone pant, contented nine years to be visit had/ *, ;

Florida ensnared the fighter. In it Macfadden fare of his fellow citizens. ,.- T. Nelson Dies among his friends. and making"'

found the happy'hunting ground! of the present. Here Progress can only come from leaders wlm are I frequent visits to Sturk and ;
RED P. \ leadership t Saxton Homexel Lawtey, With the election coming '
CONE was life, health and wealth in abundance. Here were not afraid to go ahead. And the characteristics of- near. he had, until the
up .
millions of acres of undeveloped land. Land eager to are found in the make-up of Dcrnarr. Mocfad- T Nelaon. a resident l ofj.dford I j| time of hU Illness been "wen, In ,

S. SENATOR produce, awaiting the workers. Here was the sunshine, den, the American who lives in the present'and plans County for the past 631 j town mote frequently for ha"'wan. '
',' rs died Monday morning eager In keep' posted on all i.
the of Nature for future.
.gentle breezes of the sea, health from lap the! "f.: -
home near Saxton. between angles of the various races. and I /f I
awaiting those who cared'to<< answer the call. Certainly, the thousands of registered voters of tkE and Luwtey, following an hud hoped to be able to cut his r

,Florida Can With his wealth-Smd his is not a wealth that is Florida can improve their standing In national Taffairs Cal of severs months lie vote Tuesday. ,' I',

hoarded it is a wealth((set aside into a beneficial trust by casting their ballots in his behalf for; by4'At doing | 65 years of age.loin No close relatives survive with ; 1 I';.
,
punt On Coned (non-profit) to aid in the upbuilding of the health. "
and tax payer of this state. "' ," 1875. Mr. Nelson came toI Walter Swanbom. ,y l1h'I ,,
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invf'etPd his dollars m '
a people-Macfadden county at the age of two ; "
Political Advertisement) (PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF MR. MACFADDEM) .>- 't- : .V.s with his parents who net Mother's '
:; Day :$,
:,-j -"* -- | in the Saxton vicinitythen '
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J unbroken forest. 11the : !
pine Mother
} Sunday U Day.
if when the biff saw mill opted '
----- And while the bent policy I Is ,
In that section Mr. Nel- to he kind agreeable sad considerate
,waa' employed there and was
-.r.-J- the whole ye r,1 nothing
II 1rkla..._ __ _. 3"lJII! 'L.ary wroows- pensions, approveu cur Only three members of-'the carne quickly from Jacksonville 1 I can hurt a mother cease '
whether Untied for was: Green E. Johns 10.593.! rent bills for payment, and ad- council. W M. Edwar.... H. A. to be with her. When Mrs., Wills I realize; they all will mills her. than to be forgotten on the
P *'' by a municipality for Ing will be held at 2 p. m. Monday present Wednesday night After Smith seemed to be feeling much I terday afternoon at two o'clock year-round cooperation a n dIf J
luniHpal taxes and held by Adkins and Gray May 13, to complete un- approving current bills the body better was evidently coming out I from the home, the Rev. Charles gltrn n choice between dplea.antnees
"J private holder, natural or Run-off tlni.llhed business adjourned. of what appeared to be an ordinary :' A, Allen officiating Burial was with no acknowledgement .
'poraie, partnership, trustee, May Be In The Board of I'ubllc Instruction minor lllnnss. But at ten at Crosby Lake Cemetery. In on ".tbtd..,., and :i I
Mate or diseased/ perxon. or Press reports yes postponed Its regular first I Mr, and Mr. Victor Thomas of 'that night she died very suddenlyand charge of DeVVitt C. Jones', Pallbearers I one elaborate day of reraeniIterance -. "
'Ib"r, Person or Pmon of diet Associated three- Mrmday meeting until Thursday I Jacksonville spent the weekend unexpectedly of a heart attack were: Joe E. Wilson, there In no doubt .s 'Pl
hii > or ornervtlae. Much per- terday Indicated that the afternoon at 4 o'clock. here with Mrs E. M. Thomu.I Fred F. Stump. Abe flensent. A. to whUll she would choowe. I, :
Itl of 20 >e..rM to !M. reekoned cornered race for nomination as activity also took I 4iis. Smith was known by J. Thomas A, O. Andreu and R. Hut why not do bothT ,",-
runt the date of the tmuance circuit Judge In the Eighth Judi- Election the Day City Council meet- Mr. and Mm. W. II Stnith everybody In the county as a K. Demorest.Mrs. !!., to her' what-you-ought-to I
f such tar certlflcatex., It will go into a second, its loll of niaht. It was postponed -I Mina Kate Struth. and E. R. person who was always friendly, Smith was born In 1894In !be for eleven months thirty !, i
4" cial Circuit Ing Tuesday / and considerate and married to but for that"
t'\plo1lnPd In the annoanCe1ent. Adkins 'of Wednesday. Struth accompanied by Mrs. W. always kind was Kentucky was dais day May I IIZth
primary with A. Z. until L. EdwsrJs and daughter Fredrlka of other people In her association s:. 11. Smith In 1913. She had ,isle your ritual; Rise! }

:\''. Thomas urge. all hold- Starke and H. L. Gray of Gainesville Hoped who Is and Mrs. Frank C. Dauk. with them. Her real name lived in Starke since 1919. candy stockings. handkerchief ''
r. of such cenlncmttn to the possible contenders olin Kitty Jacksonville will night and daughter, Jan Merrill, vas Beatrice but she was known i Survivors are her husband her -w hairier )_'r.. going to.Kut .
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'*** application for tax dd. With reports from 47 out of 71 visiting In ..k-end here with her all of Jacksonville, attended] a. Trlxle" to hundreds 0:?'mother; and o1'Jack4onvllle: Mrs. - fore the deadline'of June 12 precincts In the circuit, the vote spend Ihs we W. B Perks and Homecoming at the Waldo Melho- iriends. Her untimely death was i liable Harris and you do. She'll remember thai '
r they "1..1to\ protect their now stands at: ,Ad kina 5.741, mother Mrs diet Church Sunday. I Iahard: thing for lied{ f i'lends Co I/Mrs Aactta\'Neal, of Norfolk. Va. you forgot. l. +
II..t.. 2885. I Dr. Parks.
Gray 3,463; Knight ,




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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGt,11'It, STAKKE, FLORIDA =- ; I I

.; 7.I.1.H..I ..MI I ........................................M..rf ih......r1 +Ffi M..4+FIu1M '
are expected to turn out at the polls in unprecedented -
The Bradford County Telagraph numb ers. Registration in WeP.SMITH I

Established 1877 Bradford County has almost reached a total (Candidate For. School Boord 6& j..

of 3,900-highest in history, and interest in Dint riot No. Two)

Bradford County Voters Do Not Need the various campaigns, as manifested by Does not believe in favor- i

Urging To Go To. Polls the large crowds at the county political rallies itism or partiality in award- ,

Next Wednesday morning the people of has been greater than ever. ing jobs or contracts to be ,. !
tt
Bradford County will sleep late, experiencea paid for with the county'stax .S" : '
We do not feel that it is to ;
necessary money-But does believe, i '
"let down," once more know the meaningof will work,. to t 1 I
and has and
Bradford to
"urge" the people of County t ... "the morning after the night before." It have them distributed all ,,}. 1
turn out and vote. They have demonstrated nroof nf ... .... __ :..A ..
.. they rnsnty-In
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nvpr
will be May the 8th-day after the fateful in the pi -

y primary election of May 7. team ofweatfierl BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.l1.onl

If weather conditions are good, voters FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 i
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j\lrs. J. R. Merrill Dies R. A. Thomas and spent her
Negro KilledIn She
VOTE FO youth In Bradford County. 1 t
Lawtey Fight Mrs. R. A Thomas left Wednesday had lived on the East Coast for p G

morning: for Fort Pierce the past several years. Among
L. lyt Sheriff A. O. Andreu last Sunday t,o attend the funeral of her sis- other relatives she Is survivedby
Spessard arrested Bob Ruskin, negro t er-in-law, Mrs. J. R. Merritt. The one sister Mrs Sarah Jonesof
for the murder of another negro, deceased was formerly Miss dp.-

"_.<. "... .. .,.. Sanders Howard, at Lawtey Sat- Maria Thomas sister of the late Sampson City.
urday.
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a
,;;' The two men were in an old I 1

"#' of, .. ."J"'f'(,'.. field back of the club house on TO MY FRIENDS, THE VOTERS OF : Every Homemo(<
the North aide of Lawtey. gamblIng SfiowW See Wl
: ,
BRADFORD COUNTY
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In a "skin game. A hot
; argument arose ended in a kill- Picture
f Starring
Ing. Ruskin was caught by the If jcu: will come with me to the Clerk's office in the 4 b''
i .1 law 6:30: p. m., next day, and Courthouse and examine. the Tax Collector's Records JOAN MARSH cm
'til+ ,
'L ., will stand trial at the next meet- which he has filed, and find that I have made any false yr 4A JOHN KINk
R'f lyq y' ing of the Circuit Court. statements or misrepresented any.material fact con-

cerning these records, I will gladly withdraw from this rlt
it Dr. Chase DiesDr. rk +/'T
r rM re race.My +N lif fhI
James Edward Chase, 65, friends, you know that I could not and would +
a prominent Ocala dentist who not print any false statements concerning the Official
died there a few days ago, was
Records of any of our County Officials.,
Mrs. Cyrus Hoover's brother. Mr. -
Hoover attended the funeral Wed- THE RECORD SPEAKS FOR ITSELF!
nesday afternoon in Ocala, but Vote for a cleaner administration of the
Mrs. Hoover is still confined to
her home due to injuries receivedIn Tax Collector's Office '
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e t t .b1 a recent automobile accident. N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.PENNSYLVANIA.. ;


ELECT ,

7y ; ,j 4, Mrs Robert H. Hill

Il DelegateTo For

I National Democratic Your FREE z y

Convention

Second Congressional r 5jjJTIJJP/4 TICKETSto
District Ii
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"BLAME IT
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT **
ON LOVE"See
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(Paid Political Advertisement)

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ACTIVE

", ALIVE 3.

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Carl Paid AfRTPEQPIE

,t1o g Knight :
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My opponent is stating; that I do not pay my IITfRESI(
charges he has picked out the years 1929, 1930, 1 why
he fails to find on the records: in the office of thment
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I showing that my taxes were paid for those:

." ports for the years 1929, 1930, 1933: and 1931 sho? mnrOMWMM
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years in full. *WORMwo.o
WOAI 'M
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.urMLMLMarr.wr.r
I Each year! the Tax Collector, when the tax ro

, ,:;'" County Commissioners, is charged with the total ''.. ,,-'
Tax Roll and MY TAXES ASSESSED AGAINST ., ''':'P-1 J;;:;..." .
r ARE INCUDED IN TilE TAX ROLL, and are ch ( Y:fiH" ( \
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jj f taxes against you. After the tax book is closet .
t:1: credited with the money collected, also credited > F O GOVERNOR -J f 't' '.. CALRODHotpoint'e

the tax sale where the certificate is issued to an; UIEg.rRA''T new Cal-
I li with the lands sold to the State of Florida. He
, .. .... rod is faster, more .
Commissioners and he is credited with what is knc 4 I Itt .c dura- r
efficient,more
list. If the money collected before the tax sale, p '
ble than ever. New
tax sale, the tax on lands sold to the State.plus the E ,
easily removable reflector -
amount with which he was originally charged his \ "
,. proved by the State Auditor and found to balanl t can be washed .'
the taxes assessed against the Tax Collector are') A 1 \ WereF' proud to announce like a pie tin.

he has been originally charged by the"Cimnty Co this fine new Super Craft

HAVE' ALWAYS BEEN INCLUDED IN THIS SI a ', tire. It's a thoroughly\ TatCENTURY.Iamp.rW luntr..,mil bUt ttifht additionalCM f.
," taxes are not included in the list of Errors a n 4
HAVE NEVER HEEN-it is, self evident that the n p y ) modern product at a mist

taxes, because if he had not paid the taxes ass< attractive price. It's big
could not be made to balance. /
II ol
'< ; and husky-packed full
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s I HAVE: PA.DI\TAXES' IF I HAD NOT THE' ,. .' ':- '
..... -'I u_....... I iy the famous Pennsylvania,
HAVE IAN j ; AGO FOUND IT OUT AND CJ __ o;. ... _.... .
.' r.r- I I quality that means the-
I DO NOT HAVE FOUR TAX BO 4a'v' 8, '
f II II
: .. Th. SPARE I* gon/ very best in mileage and

I The only lax books I have in my office are I I OA, what a haai.l 'I p resilient riding comfort! SPECIAL I Quality Features
Bat Lalltt Oil amil.. ;
_
t' 19:1The: :\ 1938 tax book is the one I collected ta 0 Measured Neat .ImpiifesThis
I Just tlit.am.l, ,* SPECIAL TERMS AND TRADE Iuei

I 3Iy opponent; also! tries to lead you p'cpl2 to bi H.'. far to too.' INS// RIGHT NOW 1 Big I Family Sizeeliminates

,,"'' rent to the County on any of these books, 'fftr.' ff.'. ., dl"d"I I \ Hotpoint All Porcelain l Enamet.
cor *
r' Deposit of County Funds signed by proper office ACCESSORY tht/tl ,$92.95 Three. S.I.ct.a.Hut measured ChaltIo
{t \l Starke Starku, Florida (who are the Co IDty Deal \ Rangs u.it with 5 Coo W-
i- log the following receipt numbers and dates: of de CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION FOR ONLY Ov.rriz. 6-qt.Thrift
HARDLDC.WALLM1 I Lowest; P'rlir/n AlI-Purp.s. Oven.
:' j Receipt No.. 21130 dated October 18. 1939! in STARKE, FLORIDA ; Oae-plece toP eI'staIn-

the year 1936.Receipt NotpolntHistory'resistant.aamer.

No.. 21131 dated October 18, 1939 In. GENERAL IINSURANE ,' GET FREE TICKETS FOR "BLAME IT ON LOVE" A

1\ the year 1936. | 1 AUSTIN WINKLER, Dealer

Receipt No. 21131 dated November ,I, 1939 in
t" the year 1937. Ib Starke, Florida

l': Receipt No. 21135: dated November. 19:59,

t. for the year 1937. --..- '.r' .,"the mope :; in._ .... .....'.L"Y_ __ __,- -
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rr Receipt No.-21145: dated December 30/ 19:19 in payment of taxes collected: .....eoJ unit and every motel hat '" Coca-Cola IS' so easy to buy
for the 1938. new 1940 convenience feature
{ year it
Come in today. See thee New t'r and ,to home. And
f. You can see by the above that my opponent is in error as to his statement Kelvinalors at record low price. carry
n'i that I have not made payment to the County on any of these. books for a period Gee your trie copy of "The 19-tO! brings wholesome refreshment
Refrigerator Guide". pure
of four years.
J 1 reach
JUST LOOK AT THESE FEATURES within easy
I have never in any of my speeches made a statement or
t' nlAl .....a iMt.(.(Mil am*.A"'*MMtlth The
promise not to run again.Now ..... ...,.,.. *..r kMrfl. 14 tot of you and your family.
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f' my friends, you people have known me all my life and you know that '-... ..Ya.t a.ra '. _IaI_ ,,0 4 taste of Coca-Cola has a
'j, I have always tried to live an honest upright life and have done everything I .*..|.......,.1..........."'................ I
could fcr you and the office. I will continue to conduct the office in the future '......,*-..-...........rMa. ..P..r.F..1w..y ..*.tew I5nll.e... r a charm all its own and you'lliike

jr as 1 have done in the past. ..1t-ea4 rise.Ire... CMM to of
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....,. "i the happy after-sense
Your vote and support will be very Much appreciated.:
TITUS OLSON refreshment.

L; Display. Room on South Walnut.
Carl A. Tax
Knight, Collector StreetStarke BOTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OP nil COCA-COLA CO._BY

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRA.PH






.r< ? Tile Home of Tile Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


Ll/! SLKTl' T1V0 ST.\.RKE, FLORIDA .UJ\\. MAY. 10, 19-10 NVIUUER TWEN'rY-ElOIIT ( T JI 'lh' ;?

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[t ecord Vote UNOFFICIAL TABULATION I Holland Leads, .. "Merrily We Roll -Along"""1-- -...... Most Incumbents

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,st t In Primary' .' First -, Whitehair Second w ,Mw.yv7atb. + .asree, titan.. : Keep Jobs f?I ,::r t't: t ,: r,




[ere 'Tuesday Bradford rimary'c. r i: r a t. j I For GovernorshipAndrews In County Races !

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is f 5 !t ,
and CarterIn
venty-Seven-Percent County :! %:: ::! i: = [.0 i Middleton and GriffisIn

I J' l' J I I I 0'' 2nd PrimaryFor
J
List Run-off For
.. Superintendent -
Of Qualified ..: oh a. ab [it U. S. Senatorship '
Turn Out At Polls of Schools .
,
STATE SENATOR: s I Predictions of olland and

v'J.oi high marks were set In Hal Y.. Maines' _....._ 106 286 147 15 56 30 15 81-- 7,12 : Whltehalr" In the Bccond, primary I Tuesday's election was a "field. ir'; .

ceday's prlmo"'y! election when D"JI: Dups -.---- 144 202' 113 .IH 32 8 17 91661 came true this week as statewide 'day" for Bradford County Incunv Illffi
of the bent with the "Ins" remaining
9'<) voters ((77 percent I ;'!, SIlPP--o.-,.. ; -- 89 181 140 8 41 16 41 81I 603 returns In the Governorship
loo ) turned out at the 1M race placed these two men well virtually Intact against the onslaught ?, ,,
qualified Hewitt 115 201 131 2 43 1-1 11 ''
63580
County"in. Eme/! ---- of newcomers. Only one Jy
,
eight Bradford I ahead of the rest of' the field.
: Weal weather condi- REP.n.1SENTATIVI;: : Reports from 1, 263:! of Florida's courthouse position remains' to

with several hotly Inmtrn ------_ ---- 263 516 347 62 130 5-1 42 182-1 96 1,429 precincts gave; Spessnrd L.. be decided in the run-off primary .- d

itd races helped to break' A1varpa ____. :____ 221 418 2-17 19 50 18 33 135--1143 Holland a flattering I lead of 21,, ;, ,
previous high record of 2.- 119 over his nearest rival, Frances I Or perhaps we should say "clumsily\ we roll along." At any County Judge B. K Perryman

in 1936. COUNTY JVDGI" P. Whitehalr. The tabulation was: rate it proved to be a tedious Job when contractors started bested h I III opponent Don L. 4i?

maximum vote was cast.in; E, k.,. perryman __ 301 665 402 52 1-12 48 45 262-1917 Holland 103.325: ; Whltehalr 82.- moving this large two-story house from the selected site of Hoover slightly better than two to

The interesting 'our-cornered race pon 14.... HOVer, __ 222 293 203 30 H 21 35 69925 206; Paty 69,457: ; Warren 63,663;; the new Starke postofflce. The structure Is seen here as It is one In a count of I, 917 to 925. > '
I
of Public In- Fraser 38.862; Bar bee 30.827;; Another two to one victory was .1 :
Si.p rlntendent SHERIFF: dragged from property into the street. More than a week'stime scored Sheriff A O. Andrea :
by ,
In popularity"th Walker 17,908; Schoepf 6.525: :;
uctkn.. Next the, sheriff's con- A. O. ,Andreu __:'" 310 701, 4.53 49 128 40 36 2401960M Van Roy 2,364; Maples 2,283,; I' was required to get It Into position at Its new location near over his opponent M. L. Johns. "

t voters was 2,926 votes were L Johns ,.__4_ 137 260 137 I x"34 68 31 48 119960 Clancy 2,213. the Baptist Church, only a few blocks awny. Dills for construction The tabulation was: Andreu 1,- t '
t InIled which ( '..: of the poatofflce will be opened the last of this month. 960) ; Johns 960. t
/ TAX. ASSESSOR I Andrews and 'arter I
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Tax Collector C. A, Knight
Moat congested precinct In the E. 'W Hayes ______ 297 613 391 45 150 62 50 201-1816 Late reports yesterday IndIcated yt'
that W Carter had took the measure! of N. D. Waln- v
.was North Starke where r.. O. Hazen ______ 216 321 189" 32 .u 13 32 145989 Jerry I
? ? Have "
total of 999 ballots were chattel nosed Bernarr MacFadden out of Berry Season Board To wrlght,. Jrr 1.889 to 978. ,

NO.( 1,000 arrived shortly TAX COLLECT: I second place in the race for A. second primary will be neeeiisury I.

( the polls closed, but could Carl A... Knight ____ 344 663 408 65 132 36 51 190-1889 United State Senator. Incumbent to decide the position of :II

er t be accommodated according N. D. Wainwright 181 29.5 19-1 17. 62 44 32 153978 Charles O. Andrews led the Nearing End Many New Faces Superintendent of Public Instruc '

law. People stood In line at field. UacFadden publicity-lov lion. The vote Tuesday was: 'r ''
(the courthouse)) COUN'X'Y ing physical culturlst and magazine Middleton 1,110; Grlffls (lncum.4:
place
's polling morning until lata In SUPERINTENDENT= : publisher, pulled the surprise I Receipts Have Almost HiKRest "Shake-Up" bent. ) 1.089; McGauley :591; Pop-- 'j'' ;;

,m afternoon.early I W. E. MIddleton __ 169 388 282 40 117 43 15 M--1110 of the week when early returns Reached The Half Among CommissionersIn pell 159. :f'I/1'i t .: :

11 o'clock Wednesday A. J. Griffis ______ 238 408 257 21 46 28 22 691089G. put him in second place for the I Million Dollar Mark Several Years Another run-off contest will t,, :!:, ',",!

It was red-eyed and weary E. McGauley ___ 110 113 55> 25 21 8 33 216591 Senatorshlp.. _Lale reports from find J K. KIcklitcr( and! James F, k n j'
htl before .
; and clerks could 'comI E. R, PoppelJ ____. 26 60 30 2 9 2 10 20-- 159 small West'Florida counties' however 1 Though the season Is definitely I i I At leant four" new feces will be Holltngsworth; competing for the 'K

rages count in North Starke.. gave Carter a slight edge : on tho down grade, Bradfoid seen, on Hradford County's 5manBoa11 position of Supervisor of Regta-* j L:'", ; f..

ae the duty since -.E 8 SUPERVISOR 0. et I' The tabulation In this race WHS: I strawberry growers grossed an of County Commissioners tratlon. Tuesday's! tabulation, Il, t .

ey had been on morning-a per-' ,I REGISTRATION: '. I'I'S Andrews 147.277; Caller 65.676: ; I IlIacFadd..n other $16,250 from their fruit at Its first meeting;: In JanuaryIIN1 was: Kickliter 1,341; Holllng,1! ;,1 i .

lock Tuesday 27 of which were I F. KJckUlel' ____ 252 475 256 49 77 42 36 15.1-13-11 62,787; Cone 54,321; during the past week, bringing As the result of one of worth 1,178; Mrs Sam Anderson .! : : ..

I of 39 hours actual counting HolJlngswOl.th _____ 175 398 298 29 89 26 36 127--1118' Coo 29,823; Hazen:: 4,266. 1940 receipt. close to the half the most complete "shake-ups" In 231 .1.. .1'7'.,'ttJJ.."; t I'

qulred[ for crowdsaroundI Alice Anderson __. 39 83 48 5 19 6 7 2&-& 231 i Other OuteontesIn !' million. mark. Though production recent years, every district In the Ceo. H. Inman, state representative a: :; ,: i
In spite of large the race for Attorney General was cut In half and all but county will be represented by anew I was successful In "holdingthe 'it t!

I polling places In the county CIRCUIT JUDGE: nentley and Watson were I' two or three buyers had movedon commlHulonxf, with' the possible t fort" against Ralph B. Al- j' t, ; :t

w Sheriffs office reported ". A.. Z. Adkins ______ 2jO 453 286 5'1 76 22 51 183--1398 tunning neck and neck and will to the flourishing North Carolina exception bf No. 1. where a cares In A clone tabulation of 1596 ,. J'l.: f i t

ry orderly election" with onlye D" E. Knight _____ 178 359 243 17 56 41 23 89-1006 oppose each other In the second fields! there was n ready run-off la necessary. between I', to 1,143. 1d'; '"i'/"i'f,i ;iJ 1rt,$

arrest made during the day. Henry L.'Cray ____ 64 130 71 4. 49 14 8 51REPRESENTATIVW 391 primary. The vote was: Bentley I market for all fruit placed on the D Reddish, ""ncumbent, mini| T. T. Kun-off For Senate I"" II A ",'" ',
llnor confusion resulted In North 11>.078; Watson 79.012; Martin platforms at Starke and Lawtey, Blackburn.The Hal Y. Malnes and Ernest:; ;i ; ,\ ;F

rke when a negro man ap- .: 29.853; Donnell 27,998; Conklin I and prices held steady at a $2.SUaverage :: vote In thin district. was: Hewitt, both of Lake Butler, will > 1"q{!;

ared .In line apparently un- CONGRESS: 23.120. this week Reddish 260; Blackburn 101; J. enter n second primary for the (: ;, ,lr, oJ

are of being unable to vote In Charley E. Johns rr-- 346 534 337 42 94 46 46 13o-1 15 Comptroller J. M. Lee won In I Since Wednesday of last week M. Rosier 140. .... 'office of State Senator The cornf f I' ,, i [.,' "'.;;
Democratic white primary : first with a vote of bind vote of Bradford ; I :
\ the primary and ,
R. A' (Lax) Greet I1.J39 396 2M 34 81 30 29' 185-1148 around 10,500 crates have moved In No. 2 the Incumbent .L. L. << ,,' i
'"hit ofVolwr wadded Ule ,.: J. G.' (JIm) 'Cary: ,; 151'-1'33'" 12'6 13... 0 : 8' ; .s2, 131 131,995 to 48,131 fo..F.raeor. and' I from the county. The season's Conner wan defeated. by a vote of Union counties In this race was; "" \ 'f'I: \t1' I"
excitement by'an air- ; 24,299 for Brown. MaIneR 1.428; Hewitt I 1,025; f \\ii1
general ,
-. totals. now stand at 9,647,791* 012 to 444 In favor of his opponent
which flew over town sev- U. S. SENATOR: A run-off Is Indicated In the Dukes 944; Sapp 924. Maine :
ane
plrts, for which growers have received W. M. Edwards
I times the pilot exhorting peo- c, 0<; : Andrews ____ 160 339 253 27 37 .22 33 1079781 race for State Treasurer between an estimated return of Incumbent Miillory Thomas was was high man In both counties 'I Z?,

t (through a loudapeaklng sysim Fred P. Cone __ __ 113 182 97 21 5-1 20 14 8686 Larson and Wainwright The $464,350.00. not u candidate for le-election In leading his nearest opponent by "I't'
Mac- 31- 3961 vote so fur III: Liirson 97.594; 241 votes In Union. : ::;f flIolllantl
for Bernarr 11 13
) to "vote 14 52
Jerry W Carter __ 75 137 63 Richard 24- Quality of fruit U still good No.3, where n run-off will be :
82,186 Carries :
Wain\right ; CountyIn
Mdett. Mrs. Frank Hoover,, Bernarr MacFadden 38 S3 67 0 12 10 6 130.346 285 .. and It Is believed that the light necessary between It l>. Lee andJ the Governorship race, Bradford ': : .1
Itw's
,
ton was a candidate, was 0.. B. Hazen .._____ 46 46 31 U 1\\ 1 1 4S- 189 Halh'ou -:Cnmmlllsloner W. B. i shipments will continue for another L. Wynn. The vote here wan: voters followed stilt with the r I '
Bought to the polls in an ambu- 31 30 0 6 5> 1 386\ week nt l least, Wynn 168; Lee 116; It F. Demo- I ,
confined to Chas F: Coe _____ 4. Douglass' win ic-elocteil with a I rest of Florida In making 8p"s- i
nee, having been I llean and I'oliitiM rest 112; J, II. Fields 103: ; O. C. '
accident vote of 80,435 to S. C. Peacock'si3,016. card L. Holland the high man. C i ;.
d ilnce an automobile
GOVERNOR Cason 74.
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VCMI months ago. : SpeJ8ard Holland 130 263 196 31 38 17 11 91- 783 : i, crates Hamper c.i I the began rat.:.:cr.to.' Mailet replace I I In No. 4. Incumbent Ft. S. Was- Biggest In surprise straw ballot,(although conducted predicted ",'. 4' r,

People filled Call Street until .James Barbee ___: 49 136 84 29 57 33 13 8- 486 platform here this vrck ni truck din was defeated by T. C Chas- by the Telegraph) was good showIng J..'' 'I 1

o or three ocl'oCk: Wednesday Francis W'hltehalr 111. 182 94 6 1-1 12 13 41473 Tennis Courts I I crops threatened to steal the I I tnln. 152: to 209 made by James Baibee, Jacksonville ; '
I Iomlr.g
[ listening to election re-, Fuller Warren ____ 124 127 81 3 26 1 6 60428 Will Be LightedThe I, spotlight from berries Around In No. Incumbent T D. Dyal minister wjio nosed out 'i

>ms broadcast through a loud : F. Paty ______ 20 93 53. 5 6 2 1 12- 192// ; J.OOO'hampers of bennn. have been i iI I wall defeated by M\. 0. Hurrell- Francis P. While hair for second l 'I

rB. 45 48 31 2 20 8 1 14- 181 City Council, meeting Wednesday I marketed during the past week, I 189/ to 244. place In this county, :
Fraser
B.
taker mounted on the roof of Walter School Itounl ('iilt4. I
Its approval to I, with an estimated return of $3- :
18165 night
1. 18 gave State Senator E
John
9 1-1 Charley
___ 20 52 33 I
ngressman Lex Green's offIce Hans Walker : the municipal tennis 150.00. Prices averaged around Run-off elections will be necessary I'
114' lighting canted: Bradford
0 0 by a small y.
2 margin
lundreds of pounds of hot dogs Burton Schoepf .___ .0 3 8 0 212 courts. Members heard the subject $1.25: for the last three days of In School Board districts over Incumbent .

d hamburgers consumed! J. n Clancey ____ 3 3 1 0 2 1 0 I explained by a delegation I last week, but dropped to 85c:! I 1 and 2, Lex Cretin, and other Congressman candidates ''I.
were 2- 6
Carl Maples ______ 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 from the Co-Ed Class of the ; Monday, Five hundred hampers In No. 1. incumbent J. H. given the honor of being ."head '. I"i I{
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a booth operated by the 0 0 0 1- 1 Moore will meet J. S I. NormanIn I
Frederick VanRoy 0 0 0 0 Methodist Sunday School, sponsors of potatoes have been marketed I men' here were: Adkins for circuit 7 1: .
''Oman's Club on the courthouse o f Improved recreational at prices ranging from DOc to $1, the second primary. The vote : judge: Andrews for U, S. .. .-
ATTORNEY NER.\L= : have I: here was,: Moore 061; Norman "
ound. for the town. Light pickings of squash '
20 11 75._ 695 facilities Senator; Watson for Attorney ;
J. Tom Watson __ 120 250 127 20 6fJ 36495 The delegation presented blueprinted also begun to put In an appearance I 315; H. Ai Ulnhop 34U GpnernJ! ; Lee for Comptroller; J : '

Ed R, Bentley ____ 93 191 12.1 3 21 12 9 and said the class In No. 2, S. E. :;;pu.I'kll.ddea'e,1 '
plant Wulnwilght for State Treasurer 'i
ainwright Club 3 22 9 6 22-- 233 I I W. 1'. Smith count of 36. to ; ; I
__ 48 76 41 by a
E. P. Martin u_ would bear the expense of the It Is believed that the bean I and Douglass/ for Rnllroad Com Imlalfioner.
fo Be FormedThe 15 39 40 1 4. 3 6 19__ 121. if the would I Millard Conklin Fixtures city crop will full far below average The vole In these "
E. B. Ponnen ____ 21 35> 27 6 5 6 2 9 -- 111 i the equipment> The council I I because of lingering cold weather I I watt notI, candidate, for, re-eluc- aces may be seen In tabulationby' I
Bradford County Friends !I this and referred the in all tlon. J
I I'J. agreed to that has caused plants I precincts on thin page.
Bill : In No. 3 Incumbent E, J. Lewis
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Wainwright have Issued rOMI'TROLLEIt: matter tit the cost of the current I Ito farts of the county to "look' ;
invitation to all those interred :' M. Leg _-__ ___ 2.7.399& 26& 45 108 28 35: 126--1252 the City llond, Trustees.! This i sick." Fordhook shipments, not will face 0 (J. Kelly In the ticc-!

|' In Bill's( race for State Edwin G. Fraser __ 142 331219 13 46 31 28 105-- 923 latter body It In believed will due for several weeks yet will I and primary. The vote wits: l\flllYI aillo engaged during.. the greater \ :
Insurer to meet in the Court- 45 6 8 I 5 3 19188 kilowatt :208; Lewis 214; Krunk T. part of his life In farming. '. : ''
I Frank Brown __ 37 65 approve ilnee-ccnt per also be light: because' of Hhoitacieuge I :
>use for u i rialhy: 155 AbOjr'j For the pant nine years he hud,, J
| the purpose of organ- j j.W. late for the lighting.: A almlllar resulting from the high 1 I lived I alone, contented to visltfumong ,
1'ig' TRI'=.\SI'UER:
aBUI Walnwright-for- STATE teen granted to the D. of need neu-
i 43 106-11:5:: rate hum price during planting .
42
his friend and
42 97 I making"regnent
I'eajurer Club" in this County'. M. Walnwrlghl 276 610 419 H. S. athletic field. :son. Corn has been held back by I O. T. Nelson Dies
I 36- Visits' Starke
13
|Right' Friday) at 7:30: o'clock. : J. Edwin Larson ,_ 102 149 88 20 43 19 4701i. I The lights will be placed, on n the cold weather and It Is Impossible I to and
With the election
3 16 8 5 1:>- 181I1.AILRO.D I Ia At Saxton HomeOxel Ln.wtey coming
L. Richard _u 33 67 37 pay station Circuit: and will bum to predict the outlook for ,
near he hud up until the,
I Tax Deeds ('())UllS IOXEn: set length of time when colnillie 1 this crop at the present time T. Nelwn, a resident of j I lime of his Illness, been Mica' in I"

I,' __ 199 463 321 ..39 105: 38 39 17213761I I inserted In the meter In this : Bradford County for tile peat 63 I town more frequently for h{}" 'raasager b. :
Necessary .
Soon 'W_ B. Douglass will be self-
[ Peacock ____ 91 190 102 7 23 15 17 66011 i manner (the project made above Mrs. E. H. Smith : years died", Monday morning at .' to keep posted on all .
S.I C. and profits
I 'nrllrrc'p.1 sustaining bin home near !Haxton, between angles of' the various race, and ..1"
tar: rertlficaton will be Dies
Suddenly
I'hat' t he: cost of the electricity 'Htiirkt: and Liiwtey. following an had hoped to be able to cast' his .
are 20
year. old' will be I additional -
tecentlonal
Election Interferes used to purchase of several months He vote i
l \Illness Tuesday.No
womatl Wins AgainIn all I
lI'ally cancelled afterllun" Green equipment Tuesday "election night, }
I 12. under the pi-oilsloim With Board MeetingsLast j council discussed the mater Starke was not too bullY to be wan 6., .ye"r. of age. close relatives survive, with ,4 j' i 1 ,
First Primary The "in of If-uncle ( :, :
the
"f Horn Chicago on September exception a j
a
1939!) leKUtl\e, act Clerk $24,000 of the greatly shocked at news of the !
of netting up
"r I'le> Court tTl1omaa to form Congressman ; minute political activityand bonded Indebtedness for a sudden<< death of one of Its longtime 8th 1875. Mr. Nelson came to Walter Swanbom. I, ,, II,
t t Running true ity: this county at the age of two ;
mated| strawberry season
thin I lingering Mrs. E. II. Smith,
w..k. the basis a ieilod several la order citizens
Lex Green on of years .
tbtering combined) to make for a brief o'clock at her home here. years with his parents who settled Mother's Day'It ,
; certificates Hid to 202 of the' 263 funds may be available to at ten ,
from hat
, .th.man
ol reports In the Saxton: vicinity---
"IMdunls" Board of County .
In mo and prior In the 2nd Congres- session of the the street and .sewage In the morning, Mrs. Smith I j'
yearll the leglalMhe &- precinct had apparentlybeen Commissioners here Monday. iponaor now In the. process of had gone to her husband's garage unbroken pine forest. In the. Sunday U Mother'.. Da>. '
District, roject
mill
t!Chapter 19.>>13. House Dm 154) slonal renomlnated in the first pri After meeting at .the usual VPA approval A special meetIng an usual but was taken III dayo when In that the section big saw Mr. Nelson operated And while the bent policy !' .

) 'prrscrehe1 .. the UI.. or aDT time. the Board members considered will be held tonight to take I later In the morning. tier mother and to he kind agreeable, aid con-
there, waR '
raw Certificate' issued aaaJt mary. till yesterday a few applications forwidows' action In this matter. 'Mrs. J. C. Wills, was notified and 1 was employed Idi-ritfe the whole yr. noth- .
sly lands The tabulation up approved cur- from Jacksonville 1I bag cut feurt a mother morwthan }
In the state of J. O. Cary pensions, Only three members of the came quickly I
Flerk4, whether issued for waa: Green 35,989 Johns: 10595./ rent bills for payment, and adjourned )uncdi, W. M. KJwarU, II. A. to be with her When Mrs Wills t realize; they all will miss her.Funeral to be forgotten on .the .

state nd 1 Bounty tuxes or l Issued 16,252; Charley E. at noon. Another meetIng 3lahop.( and O. L. Beailey, were arrived, at two o'clock. Mrs services were held yesterday day that' hers! Stay 12th.yearround .

by a nlC'lpallty for will be held at 2 p. m. Mon resent Wednesday night, After Smith seemed to be feeling much I afternoon at two o'clock cooperation and 'f.
>
lI1unl..,pal taxes, and helll by Adkins and Gray day. May 13, to complete unfinished approving current bills the bodydJourned. better, was evidently\ coming out from the home, the Rev. Charles If given i a choice betweruplmmnntnewt 1.
any private holder bUHlneK. of what appeared to be an ordinary A, Allen officiating. Ilurlal was with no acknowl-
Nrpnrnte. natural orpermit May Be In Run-off Instruction minor lIIo..all. But at ten at Crosby Lake Cemetery In eoll'f'Ua..nt on "th" <-" day anti
Public -
of
Partnership, tru.lee.Olb 1I
Board 1\
r tate or diseased or The Its regular first ( Mr and Sirs Victor Thomas od that night she died very suddenly charge of UeWItt C. Jones', Pall 'I one elaborate day of r mmibrrance ,
er person Associated Press' reports yesterday postponed the weekend'here and unexpectedly of a heart attack bearers were: Joe E. Wilson (there l tll' no doubt as "
0)1'' of dtalo meeting until Thursday I facksonvllle/ spent
peo.-nll I
abillt 1. Indicated that the three- Monday\ Thomas.Mr. Fred F. Stump Abe Dement, A. to whk she would rhooor.
E. M.
oft'e",l 11Ie. such at 4 o'clock. with Mrif
tlr ? per. cornered race for nomination as afternoon I Mis.\. Smith was known by J. Thomas A. O. Andreu, and R. Hut why nut do both \ 4
Sears
to "1M.
'Iron. the "air. of the reckoned NUAnce In the Eighth Judicial ,Election Day activity Council also meet-took and Mm. W. II. Btruth, everybody In the county as a Demoreiit, Il' to her whut-you-ought-to-t 1 i li lidays
?, "Urh Circuit Judge I its toll of the City and E. R. )arson who was always friendly, Mrs. Smith was born in 1894' !K> for eleven month, thirty .
tar Struth
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Kate
aPlained I : certificates, It Circuit will go Into a second ing Tuesday night.; It wa postponed Miss accompanied by Mrs. W. always kind and wait considerate In Kentucky, and was married to but for "thut" day, .May t
'In truth,
m'nt the announce- primary with A. Z. Adkins 'of until Wednesday.Miss X EdwarJs and daughter Fred- of other people In her association E. 1(. Smith In 1913. She hud nth late your ritual/ ) Kite "

:\11'', Thomas Starke and H. L. Gray of Gainesville Mrs. Frank C. with them Her real name lived in Starke since 1919. candy stockings, handkerchief '
In and
er'' urges .n hollllI1ake Kitty Hogned. who ika., Survivors her husband her whatrtrr oure going to. V e
known are )
of contenders Jane I 'vai Beatrice but she was
aPPileah" certificates to the possible from 47 out of 71 visiting In Jacksonville, will light'of and Jacksonville daughter, at t a nauk-I I as TrUle" to hundreds o: t mother: and two suiters"" : Mrs. Hut- . n for tax lwd- With reports weekend here with her UI that
I of Jacksonville and do. "Mw'll rntrmi-r
bCtar'e Ili' circuit, the vole spend the the Waldo irlen&i. Her untimely death was liable Ilarrhs. you It
the Homecoming at '
deadline and
of June 12thel In B. Parks, } ,
Ir thr. precincts 5,741 mother. Mrs W hard for friends to Mrs. Anctta; Neal. of Norfolk Va. von forgot s
Adklns ; thing hey
tuhh to protect now stands at: ll Let Church Sunday. |I la? I
I.i.I1''' Dr. Perks \
rusts, Gray 3,463; Knight 2885.: I




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAril. STAKKK, FLORIDA MVY ,lt
PAOlO TWO I.
arty under the sam certificate ,,,- In Ul'l :t rani' .
IIL'S SCHEDULE snail was In the name of 11. H. T H..Utll', L'!.',na. .10"
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1939 Was Excellent Year I : \ Northbound Young Unless said certificate han! b.rodeemed arty TIP under ass.."t III., ,' ,.S'
?i qet
law the I
I'; THE OCKETBOOKJ Leaves Ztarke at 2:20: a. m. property described according therein to will be A.sued Harry wall In I:{.... '

12:30 m.. 1:4S: : p. m., 6:10: p. the UlKheet! bidder at the 1Ir,
l : p. ?SurthSu... door on the first Monwluchnlstthe I Unless Hal
: For State Of Florida of iN m. and 10:10:Southbound p. m. 3rdday of dune. 1940 1"0., .l redeemed.>.". ''lAetoythesthl arcm,ii. 'I i,L 'h' i i't' II'lilt.

Statistical review of Floridafor ..cars totaled 42.462 an increaseI I Leaves Starke at 2:40 a. m.. Hated this 30th day of April, court house dc., h dd'ra"

tinted I I I I of 62.6 cent while new truck 2:20: p. m. and 5.20: 1940. Thomas<< day In the mii, : 'h' 'IK, !
1939 1 III decidedly rose per .1.1"I t11 10:20: a. m., (OFFICIAL; 11LJourt.of' Bradford whlrh l is the vt j jI94lo.ated ,''uni1Ufit

according to Walter P. Fuller purchases numbering 9,375 were nlPNe1 p. m. County Cleric of, Florida r 5-8 6t 6-81 thl inn, I I" Die'
economist. Figures show It to be 43 per cent better than 1938. I l Westbound a,

the best year since 1929, show the Due entirely to war disturb: Leaves Starke at 5:35: p. m. %(>TirH OF ,APPLICATION Clerk(OPFICIAr.of Clrriil PB.M> I '!\.

state growing much more rapidly ances exports dropped 6.7, Imports .:1 and 11:30: a. m. ( Fort T Bill, l\o.' KKSenate lea) County Florida '11 1'1.8 A I

than the nation. War was the 4.9 per cent. But customs" Eastbound 13 HEREBY GIVEN, -
dominant cause of that decided were 2.1 per cent better. Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. m. That NOTICE H. S. Wasdln holder of TaxCertificate I TO CHECK
increase. Ticket office and bus depot atConway' No. 101, Issued the 4th 1\1\
All of this naturally reflected + (
of July A. D. 1927; has .
corner lade
Biggest business or state in in sound bank conditions. Ther Service Station Same. In my office and has I- \o

tourist. It was up a good 20 was not a failure In the state. All 'TM" PVff/Arf omtNTAL' MUlT' Highways 13 and 48. application for a tax deed to be 7
or Said certificate embraces
Nag THe tt"rr TATS l issued thereon. .
percent, largely because war and banks, state and national showed A ST'R"weEIIR'i CREAM the followingdescribed
x'' rumor of war caused people to increase of 17.3 cent 1 in CUSTARD, BUT T'1f1l I I Public property In the County of .Bradford '' tJ. b6
home and nee America first an per DDOR OP A s1I : .. Federal Work Agency State of Florida, to-wlt: 1'
stay
resources, mostly on the part of i Uulldlnl(" li40.aSealedproposals Lot 1 of Hlk 2 In 8WS4 of N14'4
safe D.: C.. April 23. LIQUID .
.and be the state banks. National banks lon In dupU"at.. OIrr
I''rf: Next biggest la forming. Pro had 19.2 per cent more loans,, "licly opened In thl" officesalubl
value of J139.343.000. ROLL j I" standard time May 21. I9tO.
ducts had a
state banks 14.5 per cent. Clear- of the U. 1:1.
conntruotlon
\ gain of 10 millions over the $129.- Ings for the principal cities were I 7R/f IYlffT'flS !P Uif FNJ&1. $1 I P.for n.tne. Stsrke. Kla. Upon application
of 1938. The gain would one set of drawings andtoB'eachllrgr
778,000 14.5 per cent bigger. to MILLION K/SHUS or WHMT' (NO UP EACH i '. PP'f' tre.
i have been substantially larger TEAR 1H Afrfftf.. wo HJ MIllION POUNDS t rollbe ; Jn-
4 tj had it not been for citrus. With Electric power consumption in OP SETTER .m SPREAD OH IMB TOAST. treated In submitting a proposal.
creased 12.5 per cent partly due u The ahove ,'..rleturneddtolthis of.
e the largest yield In history aver- to extension of lines'' tlon MUST .be
ago price of $1.31 a box was history's ONE mm floe. Contraotor rE'qlllrlng addl-.
r them by
Postal business was 5.8 tonal sett may obtain
volume 60 up per
lowest so a
r Of 'ItIaPEOPLI Ili purchase from thlH offlr lit a costof
per cent above average produced cent. IS per set, which will not b.r..lurn..d. .
IN THC Check offered an payment
but 54 millions compared with Getting back of all this "vol WOtftOSTILL a s for draw nlM and HDerlflcatlons -
the 63 millions of the year be ume" consideration to the next ? must be made payable. to
SIL CAT'/ the order of the Treasurer U. H.Wrawlnns .
fore. benefits to the Individuals who go { and 1'ltk"lolI", will

.. Building showed tne biggest gain to make up a state the results e-- t GROUND. \/ not bo furri lulled to contractors failed to esm1'I
j line of bu lnes8. While to be I who have conlfl..teIl1l3'
of any proved highly satisfactory. Mo f submit propoMMlM. One net upon
I 1937 and 1938 totals run into the Wages increased an average of 10 CLAN .UMEnofD:F wAS request. and when considered In

i middle 60 millions, the 1939 total per cent while cost "of living ad A. PtCfNTrtuoy MADe CAN NOW 66. IT will the interest he furnished of the In Government the discretion -,

was zooming 75 millions. Returns vanced only 2.5 per cent. or MADe IN THe U.S.FHCM of the Commissioner to build '
date indicate that 1940 MIDWCfTCHNCOMPANIC' + SIRS ers' exchanges, chambers of commerce
to
Retail volume of business increased who
FORMERLY WASTED..MpLoYipla or other ornanUatlons
will dwarf all time figures save 12.8 per cent comparedwith Mr x SMOHSSoutherners will guarantee to make them avail :
'Sf;"f PERSavs 1M.fRfCIN! able for any nub-contractor or
1925 and 1920. National building
Ii, a 7.1 per cent national fig SHOWS "HWIL 16g/1llON material firm Interested and to I
.: gain WitS but 80 per cent ure. Floridians carried 7.1 percent TAMES IIQU"1. ;_ Cl611RErTE$ quantity: mirveryorw: but thin If privilege the-
will be withdrawn
b Realty sales closely geared to more insuiance. Fewer TcAylSS4l A ygA?. etn are not returned after they
building, totaled $113.000,000 up failed. Liabilities of failures 'PIP I4CWua rYPLDelt have BfoompllHhed their purpoHe. '
; of
Commissioner
W. J3. Heynoldn
25 percent. totaled a trifling $2,117,000 compared Public" latlldlnge. Federal WorksAteney.
Volume of lumber was up only with $2,124,000 the year B-3 2t 5-10

4.6 percent because of wage and before. So. reflecting all this
hour trouble but prices were 13 Are Plarl. F'II,.. March, Slut, 1040llrporl
People"This
Florida reserve index at end of of the ('I"'k of the ('11"-
percent better.Phosphate 1939! stood at 128 compared with :1150YearsAgol cult C'oiirt In and for Bradford ,

heavily exported, 104 for the year previous for the has been a voyage of dis.: [ I County taxes assessed Florida for, on the account year 1939.of eI

was down 11.3 percent. best figure since 1929. covery. I have found out that ('. A. Knight Tax Collector to,
Cigars were down 4.6 percents Bradford ('''ulIly, 1940.
j joiinty
Tampa's old-fashioned hand Rut the tax: gatherers kept Southerners are people! (Items from the Telegraph'sfile ( ProperTo
Federal took Thus did Samuel Ha la nee due ll.sol.64 I IBy
puce- government Grafton asso-
method continued to gradually of May 1890)) amount collected __n S 332.34
Ilia $51,432,000 for an increase of. elate editor of the New York To Hulunce due _______ $ 1,469.20 OWN I CLUB
19.7 over the $42,959,000 of the the fine f. PnrfrKure
I I will pay $10 reward for I
Tobacco of North his '
farmers Post( report to newspaper To Halance due $ 67S.58 I
Florida cockey at their year before while the state return of my watch and ask no lIy> amount collected 'J2t 83 e e
_unpl'e'cl.'clented revenue Increased 19.5 per cent. after a hasty visit to Albany,, questions. T. W. Sweat. To Balance due _________ 650.95
prosperity 1933 voted for Ga., on the heels of the recent fount) 1C mill mill llriilue .
Adjusting the
down crop control In 1939. War population Lost: a gold bead necklace also To Balance due $2,231.94 I
Increase' which was! probably between tornado according to H. T. MeIntosh Sly amount collected S 4154.1
came, and they. took a historic 2 a gold band ring. The) finder will To llnlunce due __.__ $ 1,1(36.61 Bfytrim FAVORITE
per cent and 3 per cent editor of the Her '
I. drubbing. Albany be rewarded by leaving It at County School lenernl(

Because of state sponsored and Rounder the state than was a safe 10 per cent aid, who has seen a copy of the, Truby, Sternberg & Go's. Store. To Hy amount Halnnt-e collected due 2.251.94__ $ 4.15.43
in
financed markets, Florida\ meat 1938. Poet article. Mr. McIntosh 'comments The railroad depot received a To Halance due -_ ______ $ 1836.61 MAGAZINES AND I
had ill best of this Totnl 'Miih-School! l llettiilnr I ITo
year In 1939! In which coat paint week.

#, vegetables shared.Turpentine Diet Commandments : For the next 60 days the property !(llv: amount Halance collHcted due U.2iiO.17$ 415.43Tu 5HIS NEWSPAPER
1 continued, Its tie- "Imagine that: Not animals.., Halance due __. ._ .__ $ 1.8348.
known the Red
1. Thou shalt have the equivalent but people! Mr. Grafton had as Men'sKail T.Xltl Ilclt.-.l'h..1 l funded
cade-old low levels smart matket will be offered for sale at a To rinlance due $3,48080
control and Federal financing of at least one pint of milk never been South before and his lly: amount collected _'___ I 600.2,1
notwithstanding. (adults), one quart (children), Impressions from this section had great bargain.Our To llalanoe due $ 2,880.57Aarli'aIurpl GROUPA- PICK 2 CROUP B PICKI

Pulp mills for the manufacture dully, been..apparently gathered: from saw mill Is now busier To Balance due $ 112.60Ky .
"Tobacco Road" and other than at time since its ex collected ____ 20.77
amount $
I- of craft paper, with one rayon 2. Thou shalt have a serving of sources istence. any fo Balance due _. ______ $ 91.83 [ American Boy ... ..... Poultry( ourM.1| ? |
mill thrown In and the promise green leafy or yellow vegetables of Information equally far removed M ldnw*. rennlon D American Girl ...... .metreader's Cazattt ........1 I),
of newsprint manufacture dally. from truth. Adding to his To Dalance due $ 112.59 Chri ti.n Herald moo| []Oovaflaaf American Reniew.li
to
soon Hy amount collected ._._$ 20.77 8
.
trank confession
that 'Southern. Horn Arta-Needleenft.2yes. fertaJolreelFarmar'sWifi.lDJ4ousehold
come wan the Florida Growing To rtulance due _________ 91.82 )
outstanding new 3. Thou shall have a serving _pf era are people' Is his no less llontl A. ridge Interest A$ Miiklnff Magaxhle .....Zyrs. DCoocI Storks ..............1 I\\r
,I' development la the state. citrus fruit or tomato juice dally. startling statement that 'this Is The 1940 census Is expected to Farad O Mcdll's Magaxlne .1 yr 0 Horn Circle .............1 I

i Fish business which could be I Ii 4. Thou shall have a serving of not generally known In the show that the population of the !I To Balance collected due S2 US.1I7_ O Modem romances .......lyr. D Homo Friend .......1.1D I IHiMuhold
i, one of the state's most profitable Hy amount $ 24S.31 Open Bad (Boy) .......1 rr. Magazine! ......I ly I
raw fruit or: vegtables daily North.' United States has tripled In the : To llulance due __h__. $ 2.121.56
Ir' businesses, continued In the eco o Parents' Magazine .......6. mot | Home Art*-Naadlecrjft...1.ID 1
I I-
nomic doldrums because the men 5. Thou Shalt have a. serving To those who have studied the last 65 years. The population of1 I II >O'I'If'PPI.IC.'I'IO,, Pathfinder (weakly) .....1 p. 0 Laifcors World ...........1'I

;. who control it refuse to of other fruit or,vegetable dally attitude of the Noun toward the Florida however has tripled In'I I "'011. TAX I>KKII > Progressive Farmer .......4 yrs.. Nat1 Lire Stock 'roduclr..1o 1
adopt I the last 40 I'I i Senate, Illll !No. 111:1)>:| Romantic Rock Monthlf ....1.1o )
; modern refrigeration and 6. Thou shall have an egg dally people of the South, It has long years Story .....lyr. rsMith
distribution I :lo'ru'rTJo: IIBRRnr OIVKN, Screen Book ...1 Farmer ........2 l lD
when possible, otherwise three or been that Mr. In other the state has 'I That .. .... rr. D Prograwiv
Grafton John U l
iI I methods apparent ways nIJrg" holder nf Tux I
blindly seek )
restrictive LJ Silver Sere," ............1 p. Rkod Island Red Jou'nll..1o !
tour times Certificate No. 8K, Issued l the 7th
I'" legislative remedies Instead weekly. speaks the truth when he says progressed even fa ter. Florida'sagricultural I I: I Southern .. .....2.2D l lDSucctuful
j, day of Hrplember A. D. 1930, him I II Apiculturist ....4, D Southern Agriculturist
i I' of common sense economic 7. Thou shalt have at least one "this is not generally known In production is ten filed name In my office and has I True Confessions ........1.lyr.PWoman't Farming .,.....1 H,

(. trend processes serving of whole grain: cereal or the North. Ignorance of the times as great now as It was In I I to made be application Inxiied thereon.( for a Said tax certificate deed I II World .........2yee. [3 Woman's World ..........1'>l

This Increased volume of production bread dally. South has been responsible for 1900. The value of the atate'sl!I embraces the following deiscribed ',
reflected 8. Thou shalt have ono serving : more discriminatory legislationthan dairy products Is six times whatIt property, In the County of
itself in .
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only a [l1.o<1t. '. !State of Florida, to-wit<<:
4'{ modest 7.4 per cent Increase Inrailroad of meat, fish poultry, or meat has fear of eventful Indus was in 1906. The value of pro All NWVi\ of SWVi W of Ky., ,

,># freight volume and 5.6\ substitute (legumes: ) several times trial dominance. I ducts manufactured in the stateIs ounlalnlnHT Sec. 15 Tp.9 1
I. j. percent In passenger business weekly. Many men. holding responsible seven times the 1906 figure. The assessment of the said /.1

Waterborne freight upped 11.8 Thou shalt have enough fats portions In the North have not Our foreign trade Is growing. I

fl, '; per cent. Figures are not avail and sweets to meet dally the individual the slightest conception of what There Is now regular freight and I'

\ able for the rapidly owing" Requirements the South is. nor how its people passenger service from both "THESE
truck business ( 10. Thou shall have at least live. coasts of Florida QUALIT
except Indirectly They are completely bowled to La tin,-
through Rn.-xillne sales and purchases five or six: glasses of fluid dally over when they are told Southerners American countries. Mineral ie- '
(water, tea, coffee broth .
)
of new trucks read the livestock
)I. same magazines; sources raising and the

Gasoline tax Increased 6.3 percent the same literature see the same tourist Industry are growing byl I

y, the lowest Increase since Engraved.' sympathy acknowledgements. movies, listen to the same radioprograms ,I leapo and bounds. | FEATURES ALON

1933. Tag sales were up 7.3 pel'cent Inexpensh Bradford and have the same reactions But these and other examples 1

but sales of new passenger County Telegraph. to events that Norlhern- of Floi Ida's recent progress are |

.-: .'u Ci14' '10 IIK.fKMI INT eta Indicate. only a beginning. Florida has
NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE IV .'....: ('1111'1 1 1I ol ||"|' |%. "II What a pity that Northern only started to recognize her own ', MAKE 17P FOR THE
run '
Non'iibomiil nit ti'''Foin < 01 > r t ," .UII.
-' 'let. I" ('II \M''.ln. schools do not add a tour of the possibilities. Only one-sixth of i

No. 2Due. Stnrke 0:13: a. ni. Leola Hull riiihuirr.' ovci-Kiri't-t, Ignorant South to the curriculumof the state's arable land is under''' QUADRI-COIL SPRINGING S14ZLLL EXTRA COST!
No. 103 Due Starke 6:21: p m. .
their cultivation.
'. -VKMiirvUH wealthy institutions ofearring. The population is lees
Soul hisnutANo l II.>."ff(nclaiit.Ovci-Hlreet ( The first few such than two million despite rapid'I' 4-WAY STABILIZATIONDUAL

1 Due Stnike 10:32:: p. m, IN TiffNAMI.J: OK" '1'1111'1'1:\ -: tours could be conducted under growth: In this century leaving !

No. 107 Due Starke E) 20 a. m. .11"! To Kl.nlllHA. iJltKKTl.VU.: .:: : the protection of armed escorts room for great expansion. CENTER-CONTROL C r
; .MiirriiN II "" rstreet to | '
StiirKe-lti'l! lrnn.h '\'h"III ....11 lye may Im itlven. co| If that would give the students a STEERING i.
j Stay with Florida
No. 101 Leave Stance 7 n m., Curd OvvmtrtM Attorney Mt r..",, greater send and watch f
.ylvnnlu I +W < i>rMli.Ynii growSt. Petersburg Independent -
daily except Sunday ar,. -ifl.y reiiulrcil' to up- (Ala,) Eagle.High | I SUPER-IIYDRAULIC E l f
i.. No. 102 Arrives<< Htnrke 1:50 pear t.. the hilt or cnmplnlut, filer
.fiuln HKiilniX you on or before BRAKES pun,,
p.m. 'f<>n",,,', Hi,' aril day of Julie, A. (
-. 1)[ 1540. Percentage of Cures 1 ,, liiral; Ili ili@Ir( ''
FOR BABY'S COMFORT U IH fuitlipr. orilvml that thinucliT FULL-PRESSURE (
Im ulillnbe In the ItnicUiirit I4ru'
McGce'a Baby Elixir Is intended 'money .I"jfl..h l a nvwxpitprrnnlillKlii'il In LUBRICATION

'. for Minor upsets of the stomach .. once In each"a|hi week Poiinly for four of tirudfoul. conXffUllVH -- Early Cancer Treatment i UNISTEBL;

*-.id bowels that result from over weeks. I
eating improper foods, or tempo. W 1 &1'.V KSH: my ImiidoiKl ofri.lnl"iil I 4 BODY BY FISHER 1apl 1- -
thin 30th day l of April A. 1> =;::::
t f. r.iry over-acidity of the stomach. 1910, from the United States Public Health Service and f'ssii;

A bottle of McQee's Baby Elixir '.Jo.I..r\l. !ss!: \r.t .\.1. Thonitt, REPORTS Society for the Control of Cancer give the fd lI.! )v:- -
I'loik l Circuit Court.
.
tots only 33c.DAHI'KXTER'S
s' John: J. 1 lletid 'rnoii I's't.Nulleltar ': |., .. ing figures on cancer cures when: treated early: 75 per cert of cancer:: '
.
." llltl'fl AToRF:- I t or 1'I nlnt:Ire, Y'3 4t 6_..4I of the breast; 80 per cent of cancer of the cervix 85 per crnt of cancers .. R ':::;;;:':.

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of the lip and 95 per cent of cancers of the skin. These; :::cntase.: "

are among; others reported. according to Afaxnr! D.IM'whr> hat written!
I BOREE FUNERAL. HOME two articles en: the subject for Good (' "JUST A FEW DOLLARS MORE THAN

I'ull) line I'If. Cu..kitit. A .l nd,'rtakera Supplies Hovsclcecpintr Minratine, the! brat I copceininir the diseme. On" I'
j' 1 ..111n'LIN/ MElt V'IGI: of i'i.h joucsrs' i in the April la ci\ !inherit a tendency towsru critter nut t THEY ASK FOR LOWEST PRICED CARS
It 13 i-omivoply! kruw that '.
DAV AM NIlillT wo: ien but one dues not inherit "'
: cant r. j -s:;
i 131 PUONF----13I: )i3'o 1\ s-rraUr: terror of T9..i:<"r A
l (1. II. UbNNETT. Mgr. nail "nv other oiim-p.: Miu IIp'is Miss Davis' fimiinca fmlicuts that I BUY A LOT MORE QUALITY AND
tin
best treatment for cancer >II
alini''lIt ate: .IiP'nolf victim ,
iv
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\ "A HOME-LIKE ISTITUTION"lot. : <>.' .'TcK j'crr: until she pot a ilcfp in .prevention. In no other .J iiup-; e it I Itt -X LOT MORE CAR IN O.DSMOSILEI'TL !

I hr i'matlifclinn: and learned what I xu important to prevent ti.o ..teI -
!: is Kins( << ten! in the field of caner ,I vrli'pniriit., or oet ct the procncicurly '
: in its development. A fen ,. : '
tCl'.r-h and in the cure of tie: p.
.:;lIe".... vi>nt.on rules !Include: I!j to the owners of the brilliant Olds "60." Old prices Wt '

1 J ,P vs-t: !! I U trIll that cancer f."th. Take Kxtt of your mouth. Cn'ct '] tell you that this big 95 H P. Oldsmobile 8O7 $807 for Coat
I Irapc', f.r ,6+>1.! ; rr lOO.OM( 0Id Hoi i o: the r.innti.' may be caused ly brc I offers important $853 for Sedan
features
i teeth by tobacco many not found in lowest 7V"
4n 108..I t'iriy-fivo yearn" Inter: sivl or by syphilis delivered at Ltuttlng. Michigan. :
licc tce--i fi> be a slijrht i-crei'se'! Follow the 1 hahits of oral h'yjj'ci.e: : ; priced cars. They'll tell you, too, that for the little partition based on rail rates, Eta'

Trips i.1ta..> o : 1,' nca ef caner ;.n-oi': .Make sure your dentist corned difference in and local faxes (if mnyoption*' IqIJ{
.'. any jagged teeth or ill-ritti.-jt plati price, nothing less than an Olds would Frie'
iron 1'1.Ohm.. ,m .tuber you buy a Florida ; !! >' rn>i.rfi* thAt tli. ciect In- that might chafe your mouth. satisfy them( Come in-drive an Olds "60" today I abject to without notle
N TICKET I I1f.eNr I'l'a": l 1'\ '.:.ere figures U for those, To avoid cancer of the throat 1 lt change
ROUND-TRIP .rcl M. I moderate! with' tobacco and avcii I

Rwe1 iNY /. : 1 .anr..r is "rp.ln..ntlv) ] II dkeane I[ eating food that I U too hot.

t ( f t11' "" over fiC ""1\,.: H l I. non- }:Uhl;>h rcKuItr habits and ('c OLDSMOBIIJTOR
Jacksonville $l.l.- Chirasrn $' 6.:1n: :.le: ....'t for ,inf,,.itx to he attacked I nut allow hemorrhoiils to contin'.i _t

Miami $10.10 Detroit $23.30: t .. .'e., AI" 'ft".:( '. is con'l'nh':1,1: I if you wNh to Le on your K"ariai't (

( Tampa $1.50'ew York 21.60: us tin"1.: *r.* nt-l 'the cK!. Hence. .re; cancer of 'the intestine urn I
itn! ;)"" in percrntagtr! as thereI' the rrc'um.

.t nary more old people toddy Avoid all confining, irritating sn I .
I'onuaj'n Scoter !h .n II"'reOnf' at the turn of the chafing clothing ODE O
J LORI DA MOTORUNES t'n'y.vFKS. I CHEVROLET
Station Keep yi\-ir skin clean sail, protected
> Lary Con11'uy..1gt. .
:Mi>> Uavls! on one I
+ popular .fallacy wind and tun. I STARKE
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]Disease Statistics I BOY SCOUTS ACTIVE THESE DAYS Everybody's ReadingThe 'i 1 "Not Enough Brains Under- 40 Years' of Age" ;l

dford Telegraph NowWith To Run American Business, Ford Says :fl

thins To Be Proud Of I Nlw1jO. justifiable pride the Telegraph deny Ford doubts that there ever hired that was before I .

...--- ., announces that a grand ore "enough brains under 50 I was!' married and before I wa In .J.' \
this week] and screening of homes we can and the business" Ford went' on. ""He : : "
Herlong total of 130 readers (new years of age to supply man I
1J B interes ting sta- stop this loss of life. We stand old paid up their subscriptions''! agement needed industry.." I worked with me on a little sawmill 1.j

I 'In tome prominent dis- 18th !In the counties of Florida, !; : a during the month of April. 01steady He said so endorsing the Na- and he still working with .; I II I

concerning percentage, per 100- or: there are 17 counties worse growth in circulation f\tonal Employment week proclamation I me. I don't believe in retiring; ,
their in the United than Bradford County. makes the Telegraph more and particularly the appealfor men for age. I believe the longer s d t
opulatlon, anti Bradford "In pelagra, we have 11.4 1t more valuable to advertisers (both jobs for men more than .40 they work, the longer they live" -, '

FlorlJ1'the', following arUcle : death per 100,000 population, or: 11 ))1 ))1 local and national) and this I in years of age. The proclamationfixed Ford was almost 40 years old ,' .
In and Dr. Herlong we stand 12th from the highest ; turn enables us to give the peopleof the first week in :May as when he founded the small automobile "'I

n gIven comparison to other In the State. Fresh vegetables, I % the county a more interesting "National Employment Week" business that developedinto ,. i I
the standings: mllk-and-eggs, dried peas & and readable paper. Relow Is a "My own opinion la that men his present great industrial ..'

ea' Bradford Countyrake !' beans, and not so much cornbread 4 4 t '' !' lint of our subscribers for the do not come to full usefulness empire. I '
I
up, of Health has grits, and rice In our diet l d past month: until they are 40," said Ford who The Ford company has no old "' I I'I I.

tate Board the following fact will prevent many of these cases. 7t ) Mrs. A C Durden, C. A Warren will be 77 next July 30 and, has age retirement rule. j :
bushed "In cerebal hemorrhages we Intention of "retiring." I ; I
Health Notes: Mrs. Grace Norman, Joe no
ir monthly infant Death rate have 159 deaths per 100,000 pop Peele. J. H. Moore, G. P. Shu- "For years" he added, "I have .'IiSllllderstoodi :j i
raI l, of ulation or: we are tenth from the ford, R. M. Faver, Mra. E. Thorn- advocated the employment cf men .
000 live births: .4.4. highest: of any county in Florida, quest. J. R. Wainwright Mrs. over 40 because their experience, Weep and you're called a baby ;. [: J I: .

United States and only nine counties have more Lois Johns, Mrs. Frank Morgan, i iII. steadiness and judgment are absolutely Laugh and, you're called a fool. ,,1 l 1 ,''t I

a 7.5 County 10.2 deaths than our county. qyi3; .w :, a 1w Thomas, Mrs. Ellen Norman necessary to the beat success Yield an>l you're called a coward .r; I 1 i

lord "Ninety-five per cent of all J. P. Wyrick Mrs. Mike Dew of industry," Stand and you're called a mute : 't'i

dB 7.5 county 10.2 deaths from cerebral hemorrhagesin Stepping out in their natty new uniforms are six members of Mrs. Jean Gaskins, M. D. Carter Ford said that of the 8 ,D67 Smile and they'll call you silly ." i r I
ord rate: persons under ,45:I years of age the recently organized Sea Scout Patrol: (left to right) Leonard D. J. Phillips, Leon Dlcandlo Ford Workers in the Detroit area ,
lis death States 9.1 per 100, i are due to syphilis. The rest are Smith, Jr., Frank Robinson, III, Sonny Haynes, George Powell, Mrs. S. F. Morgan. W. E. Rhoden, 37,433 are more than 40 yearn old. Frown and they call you gruff i
United from hardening of the arteries in and Buddy Davis. Joe II. Wiggins, J. E. Warren. J. The oldest employe, he said, Is Put on a front like a millionaireAnd -

pulatlon. I the brain, and high blood pres A. J. McKinney, Joe E. Grlffls. 87 and was hired at 70. some guy calls your bluff!
da 25.9 county did not re- sure Nathan Hall, W. P. Kemp, O. J. "I still have the first man I -Puck.

oat "In infant death rate we have Anders, 0J. Norman, W, E. ... ':
Norman, T.V., McEver, A. C.
death rate: I 18 deaths per 1,000 live births or
l States 2.5 per 100.jpulatlon. ,- are 16th from the highest in the Sumner, Mrs. Mary Thomas F.
United C. Hodges, Warren BloodsworUW ';'
state. Poverty and ignorance,
I
and colored midwives have their E. Donnley, Ogden Broa., M.F "

ida 6.1 County 11.4 .. part in making this high rate in Pringle. E. E. Norman, Emery "ipRBFTM sI
idford rate: Bradford County. Lewis, J. Q. Roster, Joe S. Grlffls 1
death
jarla States 1.8 per 100- "Typhoid fever is 11.4 per 100- D. D. Dyal, W. A. Meada, R. ,,1 '"
United
L. Faulkner, Mrs. Rosa Constantine .
in
000 population Bradford
pulatlon.ida County. But we had a rate 4 ..\;,. James Hornsby, Mrs. HenryHuesf'man ; J. j "
98Iford .0> Mrs. Joe E. Thomas, I
County 22.7 times higher than the State's 1 i. Do Your Trading .
Edward Rudolph' I
Hemorrhage death average, and 6 1-3 times higher Scubrlght.
:
bra Andrews, A Paul, Fred O. Stern, ;
than the United States average; where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are -I ; i. I
United States 8.2 per 100- we can stamp out typhoid fever. I ., A. J. Fender, Dr. B. S. Carroll, given away with every $10 In trade "
...,.-,.- Olin W White, Mrs. Mamie L. B
diarrhea, and hook-worms by the I f
_ certificates. ;
pulatlon. I' lemons, Harry Young, A. J. or i
sanitary fly-proof pit toilets, and .1 I.
Krida 103.7ord Starling, Lewis Clemons, J. W. .\ro Ileilewitimin
County 159.2: it Is the people's own fault that Bedenbaugh, Katie L. Roberts, L. c\sh if SMITH'S GARAGE ,, ;, t
death rate: typhoid has not been u \
void Fever stopped II Wiggins, Charley Cooper, W. M. i on ( noose .
1.8 100- There .42 STARKE FLORIDA f.I
e United States per long ago. were counties Edwards, Mrs O. Gessner, J. L.
pula tlon. in Florida that did not report And here is that mucli'=discussed "Land Ship"-the building I of
x> Starling] D. A Monteith, C. C.Hutchlnson
Ida 27idford a case of typhoid in 1938. that looks like a boat, but which will never be launched. It will W. R. Kersey, D. W. {(liiimm"iniwiiiniinin, ''in'" ,,,,,:iiiiiiit.;;,;, i liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiil1i""III"I"'IIIIIII."YIIK""EIJnllll"'lIIlj.l"' ,, ,,, "' "' tiill11"1I "''iiiiiiiiiiii'IIII'lIIIliiI!"' !! : 1 1. f! ,
County 11.4 "Tuberculosis: Bradford County house the Sea Scout Patrol. Scoutmaster Frank Robinson peers Moore, N. D. Johns, Raiford Carroll Ii 11Io1111"11111111.111I".1.? .. ...u.. ,. .,, .... .". '...." ,iiiifmttiHinuiuMiiNiHHiuutiHmuuiHiiiwHtl. ""' ,.IIIIIIIINNIIIIAIaIWAIWIINIIININWIeennIueiWYNNIIIIII' .' r rI
Hirculosls, all forms, death had 11.4 deaths per 100,000 population Leonard Smith, Jr., !| .
out from the side, while Enos Hayes, Jr., W. D. Collins, Leonard 1're-
and here we shine, as our and George Powell work industriously (more or less) on top. vatt, W. D. Pender, A. F. Murr- I
United States 48.9 per rate was 5 times less than the hee, Alma Murrhee. Carl Carter, I
i population State's average, and about 4 1-3 Peach Crawford, Russell Carter, f (

rida 581 times less than the United J r, }}. Courtmanch, Berry Johns,
Iford County 11.4 States' average. But with proper C. J. Powell Gco. A. Anderson, J II .
1 Born (tor born dead) rate: hygiene, fresh air, and sunshine L. U. Morgan, F M. Garrett, F. : I I
e i United States '3.2 per 100births. we can lower this still M. Merritt, A. S. Strickland, R.M. e '

more. Crosby, T. T. Long, A. B. r'! :'I : I I It 1
rlda 4:9ord : "Health Notes did not quote Simmons, R. M. Johnson, T, E. r
County 6.7 our figures on hookworm, but the iJl. Williams, Mrs. Dale VanSlckle,
,. Herlong commented: "In school nurse, in her survey, tells Mrs. Walter Wills Don L II ;

rla. we had 22.7 deaths per that 63 per cent of all examinedby ( Hoover, Lucile Kennedy, Mrs t I I:
population, or double the the State Board of Health I ; Minnie Gibson H. M. Redding, t I i .

b'l average and nearly 13 Laboratory" show positive (in- Kenneth Thompson, J. D. Ricks, 1' ,:.\. I I'jj A.to
i the United States' average. fected.' ) T N. Norman J. L. Simmons, A. I I' : If.f .
[drainage of standing water "Public health is a purchasable L. Alvarez, W. N. Brown Mrs. T f I' :
..t x F. Brown, J. H. Kirkland, Buddy It(
/ r Prevatt, W. S. Sibley, Mrs. W. E. '
y a Taylor, W J. Wilkerson, J. B. I :
DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH 1 jOPTOMETRIC
\I// Gasklns, L. D. Vining Mrs. N. N., l''
Norton, J R. Shuford, Mrs. L. A, EYE SPECIALIST 1 j : r"r""I"
:
Rennolds: Mrs. E. L. Bigg, W,, t ,

C.! Prather N. J. Davis, Mrs, Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy .
)[( A worthwhile project recently undertaken by the Scouts lathe Madeline Covlngton, Jo:. A. Green,,, "I" I I II /
construction of bird houses which will be placed In a small James Rosier, G. A Gay, R. L.. I Every Wednesday !9) a. m. to :5 p. m. I I'diall..I'"IIII'IIIII.ummlll.I.1'.II.lnlnlljm'"IIII"lftlll

northeast of town. Proudly lemons; C. E. Crawford, Roy;' .
old "clay pit"
the
sanctuary around left to right) I Denmark, Mru. W, A, lIonham,, 'HI'IIII".IIII''NI1IIIIIUlI111l11mnnn.1nllmnnlllllllllldlll' '""" '' !, ''",ldll'lIImm1",!! '' ,! !''''!'!! ''
their handiwork are: (bottom row ,,, ."' I I //hNMINAIIIIX1N111XAWnNpAIhW!,! "!! .!!!!!!!! MIrIA!!!Ju
exhibiting Cheater A. J. Barnes, Mrs. Effie Johns. ,WINNAYYNNII.Aplll/WInINWIWNNIUNWWWINIIWI1NnINNI1INIIINNIII, ,!!, '''/' '! ,! !!''' !''!!!!!! !''!!!'' AIIWIWNNWIWMWIN/INIIIWNIINIIIX.MWIIMNMNnnml' / '!!!!! -
exhibit ,, ____
),
U. AND THIS Bobby Diggs (winner of first prize for patrol
McKinney, Bryan Harrell (winner of first prize for Individual
In rear are: Mack Futch
Wilkerson. Others
exhibit), and Edgar
SUMMERWE'll George Flynn, Jr., Leonard Smith, Jr., Comer Perryman (house
r Robinson, and All Cars
Scoutmaster
Jr., Measure
% In front of face), Enos Hayes ,

HAVE George Powell.commodity .


and It pays a big Heavy Drinkers Regardless of Price, By I

iFelieCOOKERY dividend when expended in the Are Bad Risks "

___ proper way; sickness and deaths
doctors' bills, Excessive drinking, especially
are expensive In among persona between 20 and LEADERS LINEUPand
THE 'i
and
medicines, undertakers, etc., 30 years old, has increased
the wise man will take steps to greatly in the last three years,
sickness in his family," according to Charles R. Jones, s
1 prevent concluded. executive vice president of the know why Chevrolet leads all cars in sales
Dr. Herlong American Business Men's Re you'll

search Foundation.
DOUBLE RUNBy "A survey reveals that In the t

!Mrs. W. A. Tyler younger age group two out of
five men and one out of 12 wqmen ?
MORE
Mrs. L. J. JarvIs and WHY PAY
I children Mr. and of Pahokee are visiting drink in in such many amounts cases aa substandard to constitute ,

relatives here. risks for life insurance companies

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and ," Jones said. ?
mother, WHY ACCE
s t children were visiting her "Drinking habits, we have
Mrs. D. L. Brown, Sunday.Mr. found are responsible for one of

1 and Mrs Ancll Brown of 1 the most difficult situations ever style tin d tho y..r

Okahumpka are visiting relatives to arise In the life Insurance business t 11w lilt.er.Pn. ., d Cara No ether car, ,
," he said. t t Onh...O"ht and Oft regardless/ of price,
ttti
of electric here.Mr.. and Mrs. Dick Ellington of "Many directors and under t ,....
You will count ehe advantage PeaceCrawford S .and In tho AIr combine alt/ 1Ie 1-
and Mr. and Mrs. advising us that they; L514 ess
fa the year-but mow of all Starke writers are 0.w+' Ib
cookery every day of Hellbronn were visit forced either to decline out 1 lttodr Chevrolet qualify
you'll be glad have it !in the tummer! It Barker recently.The are r.-t DI Grit eo Rwt feature. .
you ing Mra. Luvenla right or to accept only at special 1811adoM ..-
the kitchen a welcome 8 to 10 Miss Elizabeth for
of
actually ketpa marriage high rates, more applicants
Itllori
degrees cooler-.nd you can open the windows Harris to Mr. Marcus Griffis, life Insurance for excessive drink- S III"-y Auuc-<>nIl 3O'V. IIher No other car, A

and let the breeze blow when you have both of this section took place Ing habits than for any other 1 regardless of price,

flamelets electric: cookery. Saturday night We wish them cause," Jones said. 8artar, sr.drr, sere can match Cfcev- ,
a long, happy life. One company reported that for o roof/ In public i'd.ntOINI
With the children out of school and rompingin ElIgh GrIffis of Starke and each 100 applications rejected 24 tr w d In s.rtr
and out of the kitchen all day, you'll be Mrs. Avery and Ellen Luke and Indulged excessively in liquor. N T?
electric service. were visiting the bedside "With high blood pressure and rip '
of
thankful for the safety children apaaaarM'IaMa
Brown Sunday. heart ailments, both fre Per Herr t
so of Mrs. O. L. serious LlahtI
this
summer t
With so many places to go the results of drinking, Lew to Run then .a
M. D. Carter quently Cert. It..
Rra
with and Mrs. t A fqe
be delighted Mr.
many things to do, you'll relatives in Jacksonville they are responsible for more re ,
the simplicity and the automatic features of were visiting recently. They were accompanied jections than for all other causes TlUllt..
that more time save Carter'smother combined," Jones said. N '
electric cookery give you home by Mr t I
)fl work and energy for summer fun. Mrs. Janie Carter, and BUll It!
0i tens s4.I IMAtTH
D Luz. mnt M n M
ItrfttU sisters, who will visit a while My Little Girl o. SpcM *
M1NXIrY q
GA here. My little girl la eight years old, .

'' .I"NA,1? V I And dearer far to me. All model priced of Flint, Mid.

:: BETHELBy D. I). Woodard Than jewels in a ransomed crown $6 5 9 Traiuporfafion bated on rail;' ro'''', J
t N4 Mrs. Or pearls beneath the sea. CHEVROUTSFRSTAGAIN
w stale and 'local' faxes (if any), t
Nr and family twin violets
Harrell like
250 Mrs. Molly Her: eyes are t .
rq of Lake City were recent guestsof Kissed with early morning dew,: IS optional' equipment and occettO*
.\ t11 rMp.u Mrs. Jlmmle Woodard.J. And when she says "I love ypu;" UMNMI couPe rltt 'extra. Price tubfvcf. to J'

M. Allen half returned from The sun come peeping through 01i =....... change without notice. I ., 1
Hand
eC { the CCC Camp at Oluatee. My little girl is gentle -
East
I der Mrs. Allen have gone to And sweet to every one;
b Palatka where they will make If I can keep her as she I if, 4 i

.. their home temporarily. work will be well done.

SPENCFit, Mgt. a.;".w 4 iE Mrs. home Jimmie after Woodard visiting baa relatives returned My My And little dear girl as she Is eight can be.year old, Torode Chevrolet Co... : '}, .

In East Palatka. She was little girl may be aa sweet, 1

accompanied home by and Mra.. little JohnB. Your But mine belongs to me.Exchange STARKE, FLORIDA J
HIggenbotham a
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a I YO' 1 IL E C'laC I IIALI. daughter, Emma Jean. J ij t ;

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BRADFOKD COUNTY TEXEGRAPH, STABILE, IXOMPA FKIDAV, MAY JO, iBlg
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P.tUE 1'G R
Oreat Seal of the State tie. the underelgne,
Honored the Psalms, was ably discussed of Florida to be affixed, by "aid decree: a '''.ola\lI\
I !Mrs. Phillips the following ladles: Mrs. E. at Tallahassee, the Capital to the highest bldd I'OIf.I.o' .III I uM
CLUBS by 10th day of 'OL k
the
SOCIETY and I this the south front
At Theatre Party Wood, Mrs. don tat
L. Williams, Mrs. A. May, A. 5" ford County COUrth the I'
___ __ ___ S. S. Dowling, Mrs. W. E. Mid- (SEAL) A. GRAY, Florida, during the &ai 9y,
-- "' _'_ _" __ ____ 0-- ---- ----- -- - Mrs. Simeon Phillips of Law J Secretary of state. jale onfollowing Monday, eayt hotte19
----- Mrs. F H. Long, Mrs. 11111 r
Mrs. Hart and "At Dawning," Miss Evelyn\ recent bride, was the honoree dleton, : de"cril .rt t, I :.' I\
3 Hostesses ComplimentMiss Rage of rose buds. tey a W. White, Mrs. Sam Anderson, OTItH: Of BAI.H lJrl'ldfor"' OUI'i ,
accompanied at the plan 29, at a l is hereby given that under to-wit .It\
chose blue atln. Mr*. Bridges Stump, Monday April Olive and Amelia Ray, Notice FI Dtlla
Buddington Miss Mrs lM.. Davis. theatre given by her sis- Misses and In accordance: : with that certain WI,1 of SEy o' s(> .
chiffon, and by party foreclosureand y
wore peach Mrs. L. F. Smith, Mrs. Frank final decree tlf 420 feet of snd sod
f 80\,,
One of the outstanding social Lazenby received wearing! white At the conclusion of the pro ter. Mrs. L. J. Green.entertained Robinson Miss Amy Coburn, Mrs. Sebrlng-aale rendered* Judge by of lion.the Circuit II. L. of SE'>4 of SW,. of 'Ew:,;", andijr.\
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organdy over pink satin. Each the hostesses served a delicious The guests were J. Beavers Florida, \
events of the past week was a.miscellaneous gram William Blair, Mrs. O. Court of Bradford County Township IS aouthstttangt eL
at theWoman's hostess wore a shoulder corsage Ice course. Favors were before and after the show at the and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. In Chancery, that certain causa together all aM =' tat;
shower given
Court wherein
to match her costume. bouquets of sweetpeaa. home of the honoree's mother, pending In min tenem.nt", hlrdllam""f ,
dainty > ieldM
Club House, Saturday, Green At the conclusion of the study Federal Mortgage Corpora- purt.nancBII.
Mrs. .
April 27, by Mrs. P. L. Bridge, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr.. About thirty-five guests called was Mrs. assisted P. M. Barefoot.in entertaining: her course each afternoon, tempting et.lion al.la..plaintiff are defendants and Jessie, Case Burney No. -U It E.1S-3 K. PEnUYJlI'II:: .:....
Mrs., W. B. Lazenby, and Mrs. Mrs. Sam Anderson, and Mrs. during the afternoon. guests by Mrs. Barefoot, Sara refreshments were served by the Y ink""

W. If. Hart, in honor of Miss Earl Searing, floor hostesses, assisted Barefoot, and Freddie Wimberly. hostess. I -
..Ernestine Buddington whose in entertaining the guests 4 Hostesses Entertain ---Mrs..-'Phillips was presentedwith .

marriage to Mr. Arthur McRae and invited them Into the sun U. D. C. WednesdayMrs. a piece of her selected pattern NOTICE I WISH TO EXPRESS MY
will be an event of May 18th, at parlor, where the beautiful assortment of crystal ware, as a gift of Intention corporations to dissolve listed the below following ,
Kast Beach, Rhode Inland. of useful gifts, which I E. L. Biggs, Mrs. E. S. from the hostess. which; corporation were Intor. APPRECIATIONTo
A profusion of spring flowers had been sent to Miss Buddington Matthews. Mrs. R. A. Green, and( Delightful refreshments o f andatareudelinquentaforothrlerl(3))

arranged in basket and placed were displayed. The gift of Miss Madge Middleton were joint sandwiches, potato "stlx," and years or more under the provisions,
in the spacious auditorium and the hostesses was the vegetable hostess) Wednesday, May 1, .at i Cocaoolaawere served In the of Chapter 14677. Acts of 1(31. as
run parlor of the club house dish to her selected pattern of the home of the former on Walnut late afternoon. amended_ Notice Is Lawn hereby of Florida..given under the the voters for my election as School
:formed the decorative motif for china. Street when they entertained this provisions of Chapter 16(80, Acts
Those invited to enjoy of 1936, Law. of Florida, to eachof Board membe from District
r the occasion. The following program was I the member of the W. T. Week lovely affair with the honoree the corporations listed below, Two. I

Receiving the guests upon arrival enjoyed: Vocal solo "Because"and i Chapter United Daughters of the and Mrs. Green were: Misses the the Laws same of being I Florida incorporated that according under win at all times strive to make you feel
were the three hostesses "June Ia In My Heart," Mr. ,Confederacy. Lillian Sternberg, Clara Flume to the records of the
and the honoree. :Miss Budding R. J. Davis, accompanied at thepiano Rose, caJendulae, lark spur Margaret Pearce, Edith Rowe, State each* appear and every delinquent of such corporation for that your choice was justified, and will
f'I ton wore a handsome gown of by Mrs. L. A Canova: lace flower, and other spring Frances Peek, Sadie Prince, Edna three of S) years or more In the fllln -
rose lace with a matching cor- .vocal solo "I Love You Truly"I" flowers were used in decorating Blggers. Grace and Dorothy taxes r under reports the and provisions payment' of of try to show you what an impartial, fair-
the lower floor of the home. Green Elaine Edwards, Mrs Chapter 1467?. Acts of 1 31. Laws
K. I of Florida, and that under the provisions minded board member should be.
In the absence of the president.Mrs. Charles Priest Mrs. W. C. Powell of said Chapter 16880. Act
L,. A. Davis, Mrs. I.. G. and Mrs. Artford Brown. of 1935. Laws of Florida, said corporations -
have been classed all
Your Hair. I Worth For- Powell, vice-president, presidedover
Caring Hubject to be dtnsolved; and that
.I"; If You Neglect It, Yon Will PAY the business meeting. Miss Recent Bride ComplimentedAt of three this(3)publication month each after and the everyof date See E. SPARKSPaid
Madge Mlddleton, secretary, read such listed below
!, Dearly In JAM of Personality and BreakfastMiss corporation Political
the minutes of the previous meet that have not In the meantime ( Advertisement)
i Attractrvenesa. filed their reports due and paid
ing and Mrs. E.. K Perryman Margaret Pearce and Miss all taxes due under the provisions
h LET US TREAT TOUR SCALP FOR transacted her duties as secre- Sadie Prince were joint hostesses of Law h ftVlorll ::7'wlt.cte:certified 1931

rt tf. Dandruff, D ryness, or Lone of Hair Thursday, April 25, when they entertained to the Governor who will Iwsue a
tary.Plans
I
proclamation at that time dissolving Blue
made for silver Rose
were a at the home of the latter i said corporations.
CITY BARBER SHOP tea to be held the latter part of at the State Farm with a i Name of Corporatlon-

--.j-- May at the home of Mrs. :Mat delightful breakfast, honor 1 n |g Tokode Principal Chevrolet Place of Company.Business RICE

thews. Mrs. Simeon Phillips of Lawtey, Starke, Florida. es
.., Miss Amelia Ray, historian, I who prior to her recent marriage, It I I.* further directed that a copy 5 Lbs. __ 17c
of this notice he publlnhed onetime
C presented Miss Olive Ray, whogave was Miss ,Juanlta Barefoot. In the Bradford County Telegraph
"THANKS A MILLION"To an interesting paper on his Spring flowers, roses predominating a newspaper published In Frenches Prepared 6 Oz. Jar
Bradford County, Florida, In which
torical Atlanta Ga. were used In decorating. county the home office of the Mustard __ .. lOc
You Plans were made for the annual The dining table,where the guests above be located.iN listed. .corporation Is shownto
picnic to be held at the were seated, was covered with a : W1TNRSS: WHEREOF, Clapps Strained 2 4>l..0':. Caw.
lace cloth and centered with I have hereunto set my '
Mr. and Mrs. VoterFor ley Adklns'Lake.summer home on Klngs- low bowl holding an arrangement: a "!land and e a u a e d theLAFFITOFF Baby Food _'_ 15c

Following the business meeting of rose buds. Place cards were -

your support of "Little Jimmie" Hollingsworth" the four hostesses served a delicious of bridal design. OLEOMARGARINE ENCORE BRANDMAYONNAISE

in the First Primary. Let me urge salad course. games Following were: enjoyed.The breakfast. informal NUTLEY, Lb. lOc

you to keep up the good work and let's make 3 Brides HonoredAt two hostesses presentedMrs. .J4Pt.; Jar Pt. Jar Qt. lu

sure that you give a young: man a chance on Luncheon Party Phillips with a piece of bric- 12c 19c 33c
May 28. -...: -brac. as a memento of this delightful PICNIC .
**' '_ i_ 7 _'.
Mrs. Artford Brown was boste sFl'lday occasion. HAMS, Lb. 17c IONA No. 2C.
April 26, at her home at Those invited to enjoy the
JAMES F. HOLLINGSWORTHCandidate Sampson from twelve until three party with Miss Pearce, Miss l PEAS. -__ lOc
o'clock when she entertained at a Prince, and the honoree were: IONA SLICED No. 2 Can
For Supervisor of RegistrationPaid luncheon party In honor of three Misses Marlon and Helen Dowlng. a A & P TUB OR PRINT BEETS ___ 9c

recent brides, Mrs. Simeon Phillips Misses Grace and Dorothy BUTTER, Lb. 33c IONA> 3 No. 2 Cane
Political: Advertisement) of Lawtey, Mr*. W C. Powell Green :Miss Edith Rowe, Miss CORN _____ 25c
and Mrs. Charles Priest, both of Mural Smith. Miss Rivers Hund ANN
Starke. ley, Miss Jacqueline Andrews, PAGE Choice Plain
The lolls, Sara Barefoot, Miss Betty Sunnyfield Pure Pkg. OLIVES, 6 3.4 Oz. Bot 19c
living room, dining room
TO THE VOTERS OF BRADFORDAND and screened porch, where the Stringfellow, Miss Edna Blggers, LARD, 2tb 17c RAJAH BRAND Pint Can
UNION COUNTIESI guests were entertained, were Miss Clara Flume, Miss Wllla SAL.AD 0II. 17c
Vida KiUlngswortb, Miss Frances
decorated with artistic arrangements "Z.adM II betas
Peek, Mrs. Artford Brown N. 11. C. CRISP
and Pound
of red roses and white hoar ago PackagoGRAHAM
wish to thank my friends and supporters for the Mrs. Joe Davis. ,

t large vote I received in Tuesday's primary. With sweetpeas. Luncheon was servedon ANOTHER'S can't call TllA..r.10"" CRACKERS __ ______ 15c
card tables, each table being
your help, I led the ticket for this office through centered with, a bud vase of red !Mrs. Shepherd Heads Sail!..LattH Off N. B. C. CRISP
out the entire district in home .. 1 Lb. Package
especially my rose buds, and attractive bridal Bible Study Meet uN, 'roll''lata.,
county, Union. luncheon cloths and napkins were 'OII'.lNSUBED. OREO SANDWICH .i .;:_!-i_: _.... 17c

However second is used. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, chairman and THAT'S FACTt" I M.4IZ -
a primary and I '
necessary, Following lunch, bridge and j r>f Bible study of the Woman's S 12 Oz. Cam
want to ask that each of who'voted for
you me bingo were enjoyed. Scores for :Society of Christian Service, con. l iENERAi. i I NIBLETS _. __ ____ 23c
continue your loyalty and support in my behalf. the games were kept on tallies of j ducted the study of the book, 44fl : _____?

Tel your neighbor of my qualifications do what bridal design Mrs. Brown presented Songs j of Zion," at the meeting GREEN GIANT
you can for me, and I am certain that we will be each of the honorees two J Monday and Tuesday, April 29 2 17 Oz. Cam

victorious in the second primary. linen guest towels a* gifts of re- I md 30, held at the home of :Mrs. .| YOU HAVE.J INSURJI I PEAS ____...__________ ______ 29c
memberance of this lovely affair. 1'V. E. Middleton on Madison '
If you voted for another candidate in the first primary Those Invited to be with Mrs. \venue. PLEASE PHONE. 7 O \VESTPEAK BRAND FRESHPRUNESNo.21.2Can"I..

I ask your consideration of my 'candidacyand Phillip, Mrs, Powell, Mrs. Priest This book, which Is based on
solicit your vote in the May 28th primary. and the hostess were: Miss ___ lOc

Frances Peek, Miss Martine Hem- ,
mlngway. Misses Myrtice and ION A
" Sincerely yours .. .....
IONAPlain
i Florled Killingsworth, Miss Edith [RED RIPE FULL, PACK .
HAL Y. MAINES Rowe, Mia* Margaret Pearce, Somewherethere [
I,' Misses Grace and Dorothy Green, TOMATOES or SelfRisingFLOUR

CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATORPaid Miss Sadie Prince, Miss Clara is 4 No. 2 (Cans
Flume, Misses Marian and Helen
fowling, Mills Jacqueline And 25c
( Political
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rews, and Mil Mural Smith. ; onewhom
TOUKLS S Bolls

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May 12Mother's OCTAGON _____ 4c Dressing _____ 25c

To The Good People Of Bradford County For
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Golden Tipped Indla-Oylon-Java 1-2 Lb. Pkg. 1 Lb.

Day OUR OWN TEA 19c 37c
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r' JANE PARKER SPONGE LAYER-D Uclotui for 8Ju>rtcak<>

f ..' Of Our Great County. I Am Well Aware Of CARA ADRIENNE NOME, EVENING IN CAKE, 6 Oz. Each ___________ lOc
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t IONA-No. :2ft CM 2 For
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PEACH E S (Halves) .________ 27c

A. At This Time To Renew My Pledge. To Thee GIVE HER CANDYCARPENTER'S" ROCK GROUND 5( pound

MEAL or GRITS ________-- 12c

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t' SHERIFF
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t" BITS of LOCAL EWS- Mrs A P Sauls left Mon. I'
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Mrs.
day for Los Angeles, Cal. where \V N. Brown of Harnp-l!Mrs. Allie Whisnant, all of Charlotte Flume They attended the funeral -
ton was In Starke ,
--- --- ._ she will visit her daughters, Mrs. Saturday N. C were guests during services of the late Mrs. :'I
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-- ---- morning. Friends of Mr. last
Brown week of Mr. and Mm. F F s
J. Dover
W. Mary ,
Prather i;
Butler Miss Eunice Snoden of Lake and Miss Louise
Lake Mrs. W. wilt
T. regret to
of Brinson of Val- learn that he l 19 If
Johns Starke. Butler was.a visitor here one day dosta Ga. Snyder. still r. -
nt visitor In spent week before last confined to his bed. However \
last week. with her grandmother, Mrs. he is improving somewhat It '
P > t
Norman of Highland B. Johns. Mrs. Gordan Weest and daughter. ,at thin time, Mrs. Brown nays. Flowers For Mot her ir :' r!
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ElleJ1
In starke one dayk. Mr and Mrs Jimmie Seymoreof Betty, of Miami were guests
pplnl Valdosta, Ga., ipent the week. Mrs. Roy Dial of last week of Mr. Weest's uncle ,
Albany, I
Ga.. Mrs.
k. -- end here with relatives: recently. was a recent guest of her brother and aunt, Mr and Mis. I. p. Nancy Keene of Sham- ..

Schell of Lake But- .-- and sister-in-law; Mr. and Mrs Shepherd.Mrs. rock was among those returninghere : ";

F, recent guest of Mr. Sewing Wanted: Repair work, W. O. Halle. to vote Tuesday. Formerlya 1 1j 1\ ,
a A, Anderson. alterations, coats re-Uned, drofw- C E. 'Johns Mrs. V. S. resilient of the Hellbronn section ", \,
George making, ete.-l\ln A. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Henry of St. John, and Mrs. Mike Dew attended ,, Mrs. Keene has been living \ j .j., J!
has returned Jacksonville were guests recently the Pan American lunch- at Shamrock for some time, "f',J ,, j I t
SaJlle Tlson :Mrs. A. E. Wall spent several of Mrs. Henry's parents, Mr. and eon at the Woman's Club Housein where her husband la employed U; -: 'I. t I

-! days recently In Madison with Mrs. C B. Strickland. Jacksonville recently.Mrs. by the Putnam Lumber Co. ei / I'

N. Norton. her son, William Duncan, who Is ---. I
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was !HI!l tot severala working there on a Federal Writ' A. V. Varnes has returned to W. B. Parks spent a few Mrs. L.. C Ray left recently to i, I i
she Tampa hospital. ers project. make his home at Sampson City days of last week In Jacksonville spend several weeks In Jacksonville """ '.1.f
after spending some time in Plant with her sister Mr. Kitty Lane. with her son and daughter-
7 City and Everglades. Miss Kitty Hogsed Is spending In-low, the Rev and Mrs. Laurie r ( r

SINCERE sometime there with Mrs. Lane. Q. Ray. Friends of the Rev. and .
MY APPRECIATIONs Miss Clarice Gill left for Jackonville Mrs. ) \
Ray will be Interested to ,' : ,
recently to accept Elbert Onann, of Bunhnell. learn of the I 1" .
grateful to those who supported me in a arrival of a baby I' '
most
i am Your continued position with the Five Points Dry Fla., a resident of Starke for girl Saturday April 20, In St. ; '
primary. support
st Tuesday's Cleaning Plant. many years, returned for a visit Luke's Hospital. She has been 'J \
01 be highly appreciated.Tthose with his many friends this week, named Nancy Carolyn. I i '
who supported another candidate in the Miss Alma Murrhee, an em after an absence of some time.R. I ,: I, i ,
...Senator's race, I humbly solicit you vote and ploye of the Florida Farm Colony J ,t I .
pport in the Second Primary, Tuesday, May 28. i in Gainesville, was a recent guest L. Kemp of the Western Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and ., I d) H.v'
I''daughter,
Virginia have '
Gratefully Yours o .n'. {oriel., .Arthur Murrhee. Union Office, has returned from returned : ,
\ '
a two-week vacation In South I after' spending several days In f

ERNEST HEWITTPall 10,I. !>nd Mrs. E. W Hayes Jr., Florida C. T. Cotfleld, Relief ;Leeaburg with relative While I 1" \
I there they attended the Memorial I :
o' Jacksonville Manage, .
were guests temporarily replacedhim.
re- I services of the D. A. R.. at which jlt"' ::
.
( Political Advertisement) c 'nt'!: et Air and Mrs. Edwin St. time THE CLAR-JEAN SIIOPPK:
bronze
J"hi .1.. ,1. 1 r. and Mrs : a marker was placedon
V. S. St.- WILL HE OPEN SUNDAY, '
the of ,
grave Mrs. Sewell'smother !
John. '
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Durden j f.
'_ _. II and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoooe I! the late Mrs. E. M. Over- MAY 12TII TO FURNIS1iYOU ;.' :' ..
street, WITH I RED ,:. .
Mrs. AND
Overstreet 'r'I ,
THANK YOU! !\.t net I Kartmann: has returned and son, Jimmy, all of Tampa active was an .3:. J(
In the WHITE CARNATIONS.
D. A. R.
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to hU home here permanently were weekend guests of Mr. and member 8 ,I. (.i;
Biier working for the past four Mrs. O. L. Bensley and Mrs J. ---- And ': ;' ." :-,
From years as a machinist with the W Klncald. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hinson of Many Other Flowers Suitable for Mother's Day ,! } "'1";

American Can Co., In Tampa He -- -- Ft Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. R.
nays it Is, a relief to get away Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer Holtzen- W. Mills and daughter Miss 'I"I :;
from the continual noise of this dorf of Merrltt's Island near Elizabeth Mills, and Mrs. Ola CLAR JEAN SHOPPE : )1''
huge manufacturing plant and Cocoa were In Starke Tuesday to' Harding, all of Jacksonville Mr. ,.. c
back once more to the comparative vote. Mr. Holtzendorf Is employed and Mrs. George Whlsnant, Mr. )
quiet of Starke.CentaWord. I on the Banana River airbase and Mrs Earl Whisnant, and Phone 97 ,' ( tJ h : < J

project. ,. : .

MI'lnd Mrs. George While, FRESH FISH r Ii i I I ,

and daughter, Frances, were .7 At All Tines !I :,

guests last Monday of Mrs J. SHRIMPOYSTERS Time To BuySUGAR
f
FOR[ SALE-Easter TipTop ;
lilies 3 doz. W. Alderman and Mrs. J. W.
$1. See F. O. Hemingway at White; they returned to Talla- ,,.
home on W.,Call St.. 5-10 2tp hassee Tuesday
Eat More SeaFood
FOR:; SALE-4-burner for Ilenlth
oil stove in Mis Huldah Corpening of Grocery .1L':
good condttion. built-in-oven. MAGNOLIA
Montgomery, Ala., is visiting her '.
-Joe H. Wilkins, FISH AIAKKKT
Lafayette parents Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brin 10 Pounds '
Street Starke, Fla. ltp :, ,Ill, f' ':
son at Hugh. She remained long & Market t1
FOR RENT-I Furnished Apartment enough to vote in the primary OLD FURNITURE MADE f' I .:L:
private Bath and Screened election of May 7. Fri. & Sat. :
A. J. GRIFFIS Porch. No children. Apply LIKE NEW May 45c i'' t i; 't'

Mrs. George Thomas, 324 North B. J. Walker, of Jacksonville, Lowest 10 & 11 ii
Cherry Street.BEAUTIFUL owner of the Walker Lumber Price. ,
To The Dearest Earth
People on Company of that city, this week
On All LETTUCE, Heads 15c : 1.
MY FRIENDSIt FLOWERS For la adding a new room and a fireplace WorkAT : ,.,
Mother's Day and all other oc and chimney to his campon : '
is with profound gratitude that I casions. "Buy them where they Little Santa Fe Lake FRED- BANANAS, 4 Pounds 15c I ;"
are grown." Mrs. N D. Wain-
express to you my sincere appreciation :t
wright, florist. Starke Phone Dr. S. P. Vandlvlere of Max- ERICKS MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Lb. 25c
for your Loyalty, Support and FURNITURE HOSPITALYY.IOYWenIIY.IIIWWWIINMIWIIWNIIIIYpINIMYIYINWIatIW' ,
102. 5-2 2t well. Ala., was a recent visitor
Cooperation. It is the most wonderful -

feeling in the world to know that FOR SALE-one kerosene Elec- here.by Mrs.He Vandlviere was accompanied and i.on,home Pit. MEAL, 5 Pounds _.- lOc I

my FRIENDS are standing by me trolux refrigerator 6-foot capacity ner, who with Dr. VandJvlere will /
and will not let me down." Keeps tap E'r: has been In use about make their home at'Maxwell! GRITS, 5 Pounds _ _. 15c ,
the good work and let's go over the 1 1-2 years. Will sell for half Field In the future. cytOlVt7
Is in I 'e
price. perfect shape. Address
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top together on May 28th. P. O. Box 435, Starke, BLUE ROSE RICE, 5 Pounds 17c
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews of Speak A SUentp (j
Fla.
THANK YOUPaid tf Ralford had as guests last week Language !
FOR SALE-Cypress fence posts, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle and n SMOKED BACON, Pound 9c
( Political Advertisement) any length. See Philip Manassa daughter. Mary Elizabeth of e of Beauty 1 Ii!

Starke, Fla. Itp Lake Alfred, Mrs. II. O. Rivers of Lot ARMOURS MILK, 3 Tall Cans 17c
and daughter, Mary, and granddaughter 'i
FOR RENT -- Apartment with Patricia Willard, W. S.
private bath. Joe Sistrunk. Rivers and Miss Ruth Colton all of Sympathy CHEESE, WISCONSIN, Pound 19c ,
& NAT SEZ: Starke. It of Auburndale.
.. \ FOR EVERY FLORAL I.
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RED TOP COFFEE Pound 15c
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Don't forget Sunday Is Mother'sDay. NEED, CALL Jj JjMRS. '

t break., Let Give sinter the wash little the lady dlshea a I AM DEEPLY GRATEFULTo : I.. ('. JEWEL LARD, (Bulk) 2 Lbs. 19c :

A r and Junior dry them. Daddy, of POWELLPhone /

course, won't be able to find any-" the good people throughout Jlrad- fj FANCY TUB BUTTER, Pound 32c '
thing to do "around the house, t

but he can hurry right down to ford County for the highly satisfactory 123-J DRESSED HENS Pound 22c
Sternberg'H and buy her two or 3 Telegraph Service -
three nice pain of Dose, a real vote given to me in the First Primary on -'-mmNUanunnelummnwmlml. ", "'" /. .' ""nmasu.mro",' t
"dressy" nightgown, or some
much-needed lingerie. Make May 7th. I know that I can depend on

Mother happy on HER day. .
you to "come through" again on May

28th and elect me your Supervisor of
,

Registration.J. THANKS '


F. KICKLITER :

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',: le Candidate For Supervisor of RegistrationPaid

..# t taimsole
( Political Advertisement That one simple word is the best wayI



1 Bradford County Farmers Know know to express my appreciation to the


"it's the best" voters for my election as County Com
/ mis)1''

Slip sioner from District Number Two. I am

Nitrate I

t fully aware of the grave 'responsibilities I'

I t of Soda \

of this office, and will enter upon my term

by13arbi '

Nitrateof with the determination to work for a


ort Potash
greater and more prosperous Bradford



250It I Top Dressing County. I will appreciate your continued ",


*Uln to Barb'Un to design a camisole slip that Is both cooperation toward this end. ;

B AND practical! "Caxnllee" U beautifully tailored of Land

.,,St1: ** the top the tucked bodice. Sizes 32 to 40. II I I .

der rayon Satin Seraphim In peal pink, black or white.in '. Plaster !
wap" are made rows of fagoting and will not roll. W. Mitch Edwards J ,
J_short length.) I ; }


COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. TWO \ r ra
V.-C. Fertilizers Have Stood Every Test I
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;PAGE SIX BRADFORD COtNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRlD.\}'. 'tn'1ft..


II FARMERS' SECTIONHINTS -Unhappy Man -' High Winds Damage I LIVE STATE NEWS KILLED Gainesville.On-- DUIUNH n.un

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With Boil On Rand I State's Spring Crops, __ .., _. --- -- ---- -- here, another mUll IVa,
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W. A. MacLean, Jovial citizenof i Report SaysHigh PROCLAIMS MOTHER'S DAY GOOD FOR TilE HEART hospital and a thin,'I1lnPd

FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL the Lawtey section certainly latter Tallahassee,-A Mother's Day Tampa,--A report made to the as the result of ? ,11\1 It
the Klln
COMMON SENSE. pulled a "boner" last Saturday, I of April winds, the during U. S. Department proclamation by Governor Cone Florida Medical Association con- by Harvey Wall, eagle'
and he would be the last personto part calls on Floridians to "expressour vention here added another Itemto States :'
RAISE YOUR VITAMINS MEALS AND CHILD HEALTH fact.Momentarily of Agriculture marketing for our marshal t tn,, J"11'
deny the I love and reverence the state's list of attractionsa when two aft
service reported this week caused officers Ih
that It mothers to whom we owe a debt combination of climatic conditions of
During the past few years we When children are growing forgetting some damage to Florida's tender alcoholic tax unit. *.]
have heard much about vitamins fnst and playing hard, they need was the last Saturday before I I vegetable of everlasting gratitude. Moth- beneficial to sufferers from in Gllchrist ""RHled s

.their discovery Importance i Inhuman foods that will produce strong election day, Mr. MacLean made Light to crop.moderate rains fell in er's Day Is Sunday, May 12. heart ailments. Florida's low man was Identified County, The l

nutrition and sources bones and teeth, build tissue, the fatal mistake of venturingonto most trucking sections while har- altitude and high humidity are vine undertaker ,,by 1C,
whence they may be obtained. make red blood, and furnish energy the streets of Starke vesting of most spring vegetables RETAIL SALES GAIN definitely beneficial to heart pa- Turner, 31, a farmer TanbJ
I
have rendered a of the fact that of Inde- tients, the association told If
Scientists very But children's "tummies"are In spite decreased in southern areas and Jacksonville.- Sales was by White section. lhe''
valuable service to human beings small and quickly filled. So 'he had a festering boll on his I gained in central and northern pendent retail stores in Florida Dr B. Paul Bird of Lakeland.
by Isolating these food elements every bite they eat must be as right hand. He spent an uneasy Florida. reached a total of approximately CANNOT
and determining the specific functions full of food value as possible. afternoon trying to dodge politicians $13,500,000 during the first quar- GRANDMA WEEKS DIES PKOBKr; ,\
they perform in the development who seemed "bent and de The peak of spring rail ship- of than ,---Becaus.
Milk is the most economical ter of 1940 a gain more Tampa-Having lived nearly a of ,
and maintenance of health- source of the materials neededfor termined" to shake that hand, ments of snap beans passed said,, agricultural but- 13 percent, over the same period half century beyond her allotted activities gresslonal restrictions ? ,to
ful bodies. also boll or no boll. Late In the aft- statlstlcans last the Florida Chamberof of the Federal
three and
growth. Eggs are ex- I truck continued year score ten years of By
movement Investigation
Scientific test have been so cellent body builders rich in ernoon the situation grew so I by Commerce reported.DISASTEROUS "Grandma" Martha Weeks died there wits' *
Harvest Is about over on probe
by the
:heavy.
that Mr. MacLean made an Nation
thorough that certain unfavorable minerals. tense
protein vitamins and will be peacefully at her rural home 20 X0,1 I
the lower east coast but vestlgators
conditions and maladjustments in Diet plans of the Federal Bureau untimely departure for home, de- SEASON ENDS miles north of here last week. into the II!<:III'i\;
weeksIn
in for another two set
the human body can be quite of Home Economics recommend ciding to postpone the rest of his progress Plant City,-Well, it is finally Believed to be Florida's oldest up. After listening to cbs!,
the and is just
against
\
t readily identified as results of from three to four glasses of shopping until after the second Everglades believed that the 1939-40 berry resident Mrs. Weeks would have WPA IUpenilorl by
In farther north. number
starting areas of
deficiencies of certain vitamins.It milk a day and from four to primary. season, the worst Plant City been 113 in August Her women recenU
Lima bean shipments will con- age off from '
has been definitely determinedthat five eggs a week. Another delicate situation arose tinue during' May, coming mainly berry growers ever experienced in was verified by the state wel- Duval Board sewing roomVork. '
sore diseased eyes are caused Fruits and vegetables are also the other day, Mr. JMacLean says, from the lower east coast, the history dating back some forty fare department from which she stoners of County Coat
by a deficiency of vitamin A; important, and at least four servings when a well-meaning minister years Is over. During the sea drew a pension several weeks ago fa
that scurvy Is caused by a lack are needed for every mem- grabbed hold of the hand and report said. son, it was estimated, some eight ally requested a WPA lavutt!
1 of vitamin C; that rickets Is the ber of the family during the day. gave it a hearty shake Profanity With Florida cabbage move- million pints of A-1 berries movedto RELIEF BUYING HELPS tlon 'by the FBI.
i.. result of not enough vitamin D. Cereals are another "must" in the of course, was out of the ments falling off, harvesting was and were purchased at the
expected to be completed by the Lakeland, The Federal Sur- SUES
and that other conditions result CITY FOR
I well-planned diet. Whole-grain question. It is moments like State Farmers' Market. J\ I.lGEs
from deficiencies of vitamins B,I cereals are especially Importanq I that that are a real test of eman's middle of May. The late celery'crop plus Commodities corporation Bartow. Declaration
..
r n, nn.l. IF, is showing a large percentage paid $865,750or: 889,100 boxes of |into,
damage
-- for their vitamin and mineral character Mr. MacLeat I STAT BILLS PILE UP suits seeking .
If one is willing to pay a com content. thinks of seeders, the department Tallahassee,-The state oranges purchased for relief dis- were filed In circuit :!
paratively high price for these reported, and as a result, ship- dlstrib-I' tribution in 31 states and District Mrs. Paul court
Lean meats suitable for $350,000 -
are uted its KnappentrgVr
ments reveal a sharp decrease. of Columbia.. The ; ,
vitamins In concentrated buying (
program
form, he can obtain crystalline them children once a day. The meat High Opinion of SkunkThere Harvest will continue with an ap- roll, but it did not pay the gen- I ended Saturday Only Lakeland, sued the city for :
000
dish should be liver fund bills damages for I
or kidney eral revenue operating Injuries
+ proximate loss of 50 percent yield three cars-two of them
from his druggist, but he should of the
is in the edly
encouragement sustained
sweetbreads some time during the' that have accumulated since Feb- in a fail .
consult his physician before tak for May. 200-box: variety-were offered last on Ot
week. report from Georgia that one oi 1. When payroll checks sIdewalk She charged
ing them. These chemical preparations Hardee, Manatee and Sumter ruary week, he said. Prices ranged the 0;
If sweets do not take the fund was negligent in
placeof the vermin who has been leading cleared, the general revenue maintains .
however, are for persons counties will be the source of through the season from 85 cents sidewalk in
more important foods, they had about $350,000: left In its a "dangerou.
whose vitamin deficiency is flogging expeditions In that State most FI rida cucumbers for the to $1 per box tlon.- toy
l may be served as a special treat treasury account Accumulatedbills and that the ,1
so low that they must receive at the end of the meal. Desserts lately has been caught up' with, next two weeks and central and against it total about $750- three Inches higher than curbing
concentrated doses, and it wouldbe north Florida should HUGE I'ANTIIER the */
that the entire family will enjoyare convicted and given the maximum begin shipments 000. KILLED walk

highly impractical for the custards, puddings, ice cream, limit of punishment. It Is an Indication about May 10, the market- Wauchula, -A huge panther
average person to depend 0 n fruit sherbets, plain cookies and ing service predicted. WILL IIAVK FIRST CLAIM which has eluded hunting partiesfor DEPEND ON TilE
that
them for his vitamin supply. some progress is Limited of BEST
plain cake. Dried canned, or fresh supplies eggplantand Tallahassee, Disabled teacherswill many weeks has finally been
Nothing
On the farm there Is little rea- being mode toward a better civilization a light movement of escaroleis you can take bite
fruit also makes a wholesome have first claim to the $40- killed, ending Its vicious career faster relief from .
son for vitamin deficiency, for expected to continue from the aclii-tndigat''
the
although
dessert good newsis of slaughtering calves
and
000 made available by Florida for hogs. than Blsma-Rex.
all the vitamins Take
practically one lower east coast and Belle Glade a cps
subject to a liberal discount.. retiring its public school Instruc- The cat was exceptionally large, ful of Blsma-Rex
needs can be In a
produced cheaplyand for at least the first half of May. gloat
effectively by the farmer and CARD OF THANKSWe The flogger tried to cry his tors. Trustees of the retirement weighing 151 pounds and measur- water after every meal it
The lower east coast also was K
his family. All one has to do to wish to express thanks to way out of trouble by telling how seen as the source for- system give preference to those ing 6 feel, 8 1-2 Inches from tip four ways to stop acld-ln'dlp
our friends in Bradford and badly his family needed him, but peppersfor with physlclal disabilities to tip. It stood about three feet tlon
get enough vitamin D Is stay out the first two weeks of this upon agonies. Buy a bottle of!
Union Counties for the expres- the had saved the motion f Miss Hortense high. A shotgun in the hands of doses
long enough in the sunshine. But, apparently jury month, with picking not expectedto 0 for 50c at the Rexall Dt>
sions of sympathy during the ill- some sympathy for the families Droward, a teacher-member who Clyde ,Coker, expert marksman,
most of the others-A, B, C, 0, start in Sumter County before Store-Carpenter's Drug Store i
and E-can be produced on the Crews ness and death of the late S. C. of the guys who had been law- the middle of May. has been connected with the finally ended the panther's career Starke.

farm and these "home-made" lessly whipped and especially the Heavy potato shipments from Duval County school for 52 years. -
-Children and Grandchildren.
vitamins in natural containers one who had been flogged to
are
north Florida also showed no let- INSURE WITH
much more flavorous satisfyingthan duce hogs, cattle, and chickens, death. up although digging has startedin TO TAKE COMPLETE CENSUS
those that come in capsuleor and can profitably keep milk If there ever was justificationfor the LaCrosse area. Yields and Orlando,-The federal census is N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

pill form. cow In other words, 75 per- the public whipping post this quality are good, the agriculturists not completed yet and will be
Carrots, cabbage, water cress cent of our farms can produce sort of a case would provide It, reported.A continued until everyone has been FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS:

lettuce, spinach, straw berries, these vitamins that are so essential for in these circumstances the limited amount of tomatoes counted, officials of the survey Phone 74 STARKE, FLORIDA
peaches, peas, sweet corn, cucumbers to good health. And farm punishment cannot be made to |Is coming from the lower east emphasized in a statement issued
watermelons, orange, beef families that produce them will fit the crime unless the offenderis coast and Collier County and recently at state headquarters
and hog' liver, eggs, cream, and also enjoy a varied and satisfyingdiet. given the same kind of medicine shipments are showing a gradual here "We want to make it clear
'
fresh fruits, and<< other produceare he dishes out. Increase. Picking will have startedin that we will stay In the field until FUNERAL DIRECTOR

good sources of vitamins and Adequate home production on The lawless flogger is easily all sections by May 1520. Low each town, city or district is My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Reader
can be produced on most Florida vitamins will enable the farm the lowest form of animal life, returns are expected from Manatee fully completed and until every- EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

farms family to avoid having to buy and by comparison the skunk Is!i I Fort Pierce, Hardee, Sum- one there Is satisfied we have MODERATE PRICES
Florida has approximately 80- them in concentrated form that a gentleman and a scholar, and!I ter and Marion Counties. achieved a full count," said M.
000 farms, and moat of these can becomes necessary when serious even smells good-Arcadia A rea-! The Florida watermelon crop V Pallister, Washington, D. C. DeWITT C. JONES.

.have year-round gardens, can pro- results of malnutrition develop. dian. I II seems to have come through regional census director. SUrke Florid

I April's cool weather in fair shape. J

the department said. No melons,
however, are expected before

Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning June 1. HAMPTON .


. By Miss> Ada Nimmo
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All Tax Certificates More Than Twenty Years Old hassee Mrs. Mottle spent the A. Ward week-end, of Talla-with

: Nlmmo.Mrs. J P. Sullivan and Miss Ada

Mrs. W. P. Dirt had J h
as her


i; Will Be Automatically Cancelled After June 12th of Ira guest Silvia Gainesville.Brown last and and Sunday\Wayne Lamar Mr.Brown and MI'8'/of / JtaJ:



Palatka visited their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Frederick, this


: 1940 Unless Application For Tax Deeds Are Made erick week.M. Watterson were shopping and in son Starke Fred-

this week

The Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Rob-


i To Clerk of The Circuit Court A. J. Thomas Before B.Mr.inson Simmons Robinson's of Palatka, this mother week.were Mrs.visiting A. (

f fem* Mrs. C. /
> C. Wynn has as her ,
guests this week her cousins, ,

That Date. All Misses Butler Eula and Mae Virginia Kerce Daniels, of Lake of ,

Property Owners Are Urgently Fort Myers. ''I .

Mrs. Bishop Surrency of

Gainesville was visiting here thia 4 A


Requested By Mr. Thomas To File week-end.Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdln of
Applications Graham atended services at the
Baptist church here last Sunday.

__ Olen Bedenbaugh and Freeman
Hall, who transport fruit and

On All Such Certificates vegetables to the northern mar ti
At #
Once. This Ac- kets left this week for New York. r

Mr and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of:

,Theressa were visiting Mr. Sul >
livan's mother, Mrs. Josephine m

F F'l t lion Will Be Necessary To Comply With Law Passed Sullivan PINE, last Sunday LEVEL, I ',


By Mrs. H. M. McKao ,.,

Elder E. I.. Gilentine of Jack- r RIM

' By 1939 Legislature Designating The Life of A sonville Elder W filled E. Hall an appointment Sunday. for M '

Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown ,
and

i E Cty.Buddy and Oliver Mr, and all Mrs.of Sampson Willam } 5 \

r't Certificate As "Twenty Years From Date of Is- Sapp Susie and Sapp,children all of, and Heilbronn Mrs. I aF ::

t: Springs were visiting the bedside Drink
of
Mrs. Alice Oliver and Mrs.

I; suance." Early Action In This Matter Is J. L.Mr Underhill and Mrs.Sunday T N.afternoon.Norman '51:;:" The popularity 'of Coca-Cola Is

and
Strongly children of Gum, Branch i I eca

t, were McRae visiting Sunday Mr.afternoon and Mrs H. M. 1 assurance of its quality. Four gen

Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dobbs erations of made
of have
Urged By Mr. Thomas. Does Not DeLeon Springs were visiting Mr. Delicious and acceptance
To and Mrs.
Apply Certificates J. L Underhill B. M. McRae was recently visiting Coca-Cola known to all. You will

Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
Vanderbilt Sunday. Alvarez of )' like ittoo. Pause and refresh yourself.

Obtained Under We are glad to know that Mrs.

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10, 1910 lUlADFOKU COUNTY TKLKUKAl'II, STAUKK i;
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DIRECTORY & no criticism of those who ordered r All > blank,, :'
CHURCH NOTES legal; promissory;
the tree cut down as 'they probably I! War Will Bring No Boom notes, retain title note, ramie J

had ample reason but as in stock by the Bradford] Connty ''J- ;

JJ.PTISTj. METIIODISTruv. PKESBYTEUIAN EPISCOPALM. I CHRISTIAN I I after that tree limb was, and dismembered finally the, bare limb I To American BusinessIf Telegraph. '\"): J 't
:
Rev. Chaa. II. Allen tlnrk' Church ;1, ,
t.lrhtfOO&ra.lor Frank Robtnaon Sunday School Supt I trunk wan dropped to the ground I J I
m Pastor Rev. Fred Yirken, Jr ?tn Ira \Vllnnn I I'
Supt.Taomxchool Pastor Hector Sunday School we couldn't help but recall the- thin la a long war -and few I returned from a tour of Europe I It

E. K. Perryman, Organist. Sunday School Supt 10 o'clock I poetic warning that. only God are so optimistic as to think it and feels that the continent faces t !
lInda' Gen. Superintendentof Mrs. K. M. Davis Mine Ella J. S....
niter drhoolt Church School Organ.lit can make a tree." will be abort, despite the ever' famine Agricultural labor has) : 1
Church School
M.rrnlnr Supt.
,.6 }Service Church School Roy Mathewt lIIra U C. Hrown ClnrRCIl OF CIIRIS'r The Incident reminded us of a recurrent rumors of the Blitzkriegs been taken> from the farms and .

U TrplnlnR 10 A. Church School Services Ilarrv Pickup. fine oak tree that was felled from both sides-It Is obvious put to military uses, leaving only I IIf ,

putt :00 P. ll Service 11 Worship A. M. 10 A. M. Sunday 10 A.School M. nihle. Study Pastor J when our office building wa that the world of tomorrow the oM and the weak to till the \ \f < t ,

lIn rams, :liorvltle, Evening Worehlo Morning 11 A.Won M. hip Sunday _. 11 A. M. Sermon and The p m elected .fourteen years ago. Somehow will be a vastly different place flelUn. Trenches have been dui r :. t.I t

t'00 p),reetlnr"roda" IlL Service:! 7:10: P. M. Sigma Cbl 7:00: p. m Friday __ 1:10: P. 11.1 Lot'd'a evry Supper Sunday S p. m. \ 've always felt guilty from the world of today. And where normally would bloom vital M d'! < I ,'
"yet .:uO p.lIf. Young Peo
PI"nlst League Meeting building might have been set back the belligerents, will feel the immense middle Europe are producing 1

Mona Director can ova 6:30: P. M. MISSION HALLSponsors GOSPEL, TAB.Sponsored MIN ALLIANCE a foot or two to allow that stately changes and will probablybe less unit less Says Mr. Phillips: 4'i t [
:
ohn helr H, Pop"11 I Prayer Meeting 7JO P.M. : by old tree to remain. forced to adapt themselves to "In the past, fighting nations re '" eUE r i :I
c alrmand I Wednenday.: : Mr and lire Mr. and Mrs. rrt'Aldt'nt There's something majestic and conditions utterly different, from lied o n their non-combatant i ,"1
at Deacon.F. Sire. F. H. Long J. T. QulgleyEvanKellntlo The Rev Frank i
kickllterCbatrnAn Orea.nIU J. T. Quigley Service RoblnaonSecretaryTreasurer permanent about a sturdy oak those of the past. neighbors (nourishment.. What f ; -*w \

Trustees tree, B. K. Ferryman Bible StudY. each each Fridayand Sunday tree.'e can't have too manyof Working on the assumptionthat impressed me most deeply as I I I \, !'j'' PI',
rd at Aadatant Organist Tues evening T.SO: evening 7SO: The Rev Fred Yerkea '
G. powaU them here. We wish! two the United States will be went through Europe. therefore 1 .f' ,

I. .--.- - could be planted for everyone able to remain neutral we, as: was that this time the neutralsare ; '
1I 1- that Is cut. down.-Tttusville Stat the world principal financial not only unable. to sustain 1

Methodist Church I Mission Hall Advocate.BOOTSEY'S. power, will naturally feel most those engaged in killing but uncertain ",

Bob Jones News NotesThe I And Tabernacle directly the economic and social of sustaining themselves. ,, I ).
i BEACH fruits of a long and destructive Neutrals are In the name mad- i ;

morning service was con The study of "Salvation and By Miss Effie Crawford war We are a great exporting doghouse as non-neutrals, bully Iz& ; .

Here ducted In the First Methodist Rewards" was concluded at the'i I [ power, making a large part of ragged and threatened by war on :" ; Ii
mme1lts On Mr, and Mrs. Tilton Browning the world's and every side, forced to abandon i "
> Church last Sunday by the pas Mission Hall Bible study Tuesday machinery ,..,
id Hereafter tor, the Rev. Frank Robinson. night. Mr. Gomes was i in lof Plant City were visiting Mr finished goods, and furnishing normal life and making" ruinous ,j "' '\'\'It't'
DiesceDI' The Sacrament of the Lord's charge of the study. There was I und Mrs G. B. Johns Sunday. much of the world with raw outlays for armaments \ '

ding to the paper Supper was administered by the rousing music program under Mrs. J. S. Rosier and sons, materials in addition It seems Mr Phillips seems to think .
of the Congres- I Robert and Marvin were visitors I certain, the that. the almost certain upshot :, 1 ;"
i is chairman pastor assisted by the Rev. J. T. the direction of Rev. Enfield, say economists) that t '" '1'i
committee which is turn- of the Lawtey Baptist |I to Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. our export business will suffer will be a gigantic revolution In t I ..':I.'
,1,I I pastor I II I
Isms of America Guy.The I Church and Mrs. G. B Johns and tremendous losses when the war I Europe: And there lire many I ,;'\1
;leht, on the evening service of worshipwas : who agree with him no orderly '
daughters, Justine and ends. There two for
Josephine are reasons I Ct: ) 'j
the Methodists as- also conducted by the pastor The last chapter of the book I J,
n..yblf! tol.1 the Word of and Mrs. Arvled Johns were visitors 'that, one tangible, the other In- government as we know it now, ; I e' Ytri
at which time the Church Orches "Rightly Dividing (
General Confer- they can come from Armngeddon. -
at their Tiuth" will be next Tuesday to Jacksonville Thursday.R. tangible. The tangible reason: argue :dJ, :
tra rendered several I selections
studied '
New Jersey N, Crawford and France which But even If revolution I.
Atlantic City, was visiting; England are '
o n and the Young People's Choir night. Is not the it la almost Impossible : \ J
de friends In after best result ,
only way to save Lawtey Sunday our customers, are spending : ; 414 .
I the sang "Our Best. TABERNACLE to escape the conclusionthat
their
money at an unprecedentedrate. .
Is to have an oldtashd : Last Friday night the regular noon.Mrs. ,: '1'"
racy Wednesday evening ihe pastor J. J. Howard and son And while the vaults of unprecedented depression 'f
I'evlvaThe\ more I study conducted'the regular weekly: Gospel service was held with the Edward of St. George, Gu, moved Ihe banks of England and Fiance I i will engulf the OM World. That i i" '

I am imsfj Prayer Meeting, using as the local group In charge. Last Sun explains why mare and more ,
tin Dies the more to this section Mon with the importance of basis for the service the Episcopal : day night Mr. George F. Tibbitts come them here and wish them When the money ia gone the ,I economists and business men are .,' : ;;:
,
.! to Address to the General Conference and his party gave a fine program much happiness in the future democracies will no longer be' coming to the view that, whetherwe "
work. It Is distressing Mr Robinson broughtout They brought one of the I able to buy unless we extend immense I wish to or not, we must forget PENNWVANU' ;' !" .

the papers that sev- finest messages given here. Mr I Europe, economically speakIng : ; > >
]III from many facts! upon which the Fable Based on FactOnce credits. They will have I ;ir l :
I young men associated with newly united Methodist Church Tibbitts will leave soon for his I little to offer in return for what and turn to our own part of 1

Methodist Youth Movement" will proceed. Immediately fol work in the Adlronacks. upon a time two young they may need Perhaps they I I the world for the future trade ; / : : \

circulars protesting, lowing the Prayer Meeting the Next Friday night the service I farmers got married and started will be forced to descend to a I un
nitmted monthly meeting of the Board of will be In charge of G, K.: Cut- I housekeeping In the same neigh barter system such as has been I to keep going. War orders are /1

presence of Representative Stewards was held. Thin was the shaw. The subject Sunday night'I borhood. They both were born long pursued by Germany, In 'keeping the airplane and munitions \: ',
'
at the General Conference. final regular meeting of the will be based on the 11th chap and reared on farms and had had which cane It Is difficult to see factoiles' buzzing now, and : t .r

writer, after a very wide ex- Board for this Conference year: ter of Hebrews. | essentially the same training, how we could trade with them to lit e Immensely benefiting certain Why take chances with old. I

,er.ce In many parts of this which closes on May 31st. The Bible school startel last I neither had any apparent advantage any great extent, prnce-tlme industries lilt well i! I:1'I'
lands is con I but when hone ciders stop the smooth tires or re-treads ':
other well attended ,

and afternoon ;
was \
ntry A great deal of Interest has: Sunday I over the other Their: The Intangible reason: when '
(ed that there are subtle de- been evidenced in the proposed: It will be held every; chances for success, to the casual the long war ends all Europe I outlook will certainly not be when you can get br nd. \, "

'Ictivo influences at work 1 1ay in plan of paying all financial obligations Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock, observer, were about equal will be hungry, desperate, bitter, blight new Pennsylvania Stand'i[ ; t:" ,if : I''

educational centers. The for the Conference year: I Hut there was difference In nany authorities believe. A mad .Iola' of The \\oek arch at such \ I r. r4

ils that threaten America are on next Sunday morning, Moth Former Pastor Drowned their makeup. Mr. "A" was ambitious scramble for mere existence may A bishop was Invited to illnn \ ; I 'J', '' ,:';
found so much among radical to get rich quick and re- be Ihe money-aavlng prices! Built 'I 3 j : H
er's Day. Special services will I : harsh result European |I -r. During the meal he was asI -
Itrs as they are found in cer- be held in commemoration of the This week, the Rev. Cliai Ics 'I1 I tire. Young Mr. "H," while not I standard of living will bH un u I i tonUhed to hear the young daughter to stand the gali-you :I, {, '\ '

::1 i educational centers. In theme Wesley Mathison, who nerved as ,lacking In ambition, was content rock-bottom basis and there will state t '
day and a report will be given at ,I of \the house! that u person can't buy as much mileage I
of academic freedom cern the close of the service as to the Methodist minister here In 1911, |II to "make haste slowly,' and chose 1 be no demand for even the simplest : must be! very brave these .;
educational experts are pole and 1913, accidentally' I the slower but I for the money anywhereelse.
success of the plan. 1912 was surer way |i luxuries. The average European days to go to church. If
:ing the minds of the youth and of last week drowned In the Amelia River, I Mr. "A" went In for tobacco1 I: will be fortunate the pcsflmlHtH "Why do you lay that ?" asked 6 Be smart-get II: "

handing over to these young Thursday evening near Fernandlna when he suffered In a big way. Prices were high think If he Is able to get the bishop. yourself these big new ;:) (
the members of the Young i'eoplea I
,,pie! torches of anarchy with a heart attack while standIng I and he made "big money" the I sufficient food, clothing and shelter l- "Because" said the child, "I :

ilJi to burn down the house of Division attended in a Union body on a rail-less dock first season. He invited his profits to keep alive heard papa tell mama last Sunday PENMSYLVANIASIConway's ;,; I:
Garfield Evans League
the
illzation which our forefathers held In Creel Mr. Mathison was visiting his and went In debt for more In this connection an article :'I there wan a big shot In the j t 1:1f:
It The writer regrets to say; meeting Orange high priced land and Increased Service ,
] daughter Mrs. Hairy F Sahl- In the American Mercury by pulpit the cannon was In the
but he has found more young Church. the time. His home wa his tobacco acreage Ihe second Henry Alberta choir murdered the ."1
Services to man at Phillips Is harshly vestry, the Station & Garage 'LI
are open everyone I I R
so-called
from religious Prices remained fair that
.pie Fla. year.
unite with friendly In Oakland Park, enlightening. Mr. Phillips, an anthem anti Ihe organist drowned
to a
liools, who have the impulse to desiring Christian for a i His daughter Melba was In second season, but not BO good as author of reputation, hall recently the choir"'. Kxchiuige. Lacy Conway, Manager I '
,i ray the things that have group of people S. class of the first He was only able to '
the R. II graduating
de our government than he has service of worship. The public I that they meet the interest on his defeired
After
1913.
'md In the lives of young peo- Is Invited to make this church a' moved. Mr Mathlson'a year Stark: payments. I' r ri

went to state institutions. place of regular attendance on however, but the
e who friends will regret to learn of his: He persevered I 1
and evening, anon
Sunday morning
e most dangerous place on untimely death.Primary Inevitable happened The market

rth to educate a young man or Wednesday evening took a nose dive the third year 6 E a 0 ,

ung woman is in a religious and he lost more than he hud

tool that Is not definitely Chrls- Theressa Homecoming Losing FavorThe made the two previous Bell"ons.

in, These young 'people whoe primary system does not There is not much more to tell ,i j jI
'half baked" scholastically Homecoming services will beheld : believed it Mr. "A" not only lost the extra .

id have never been out Into the at the Hope Baptist Church as its proponents the land he had purchased but his 1940 :
the
The would, offer poor man A REFRIGERATOR IN ;
<(rid, but who want to tell the Theressa, Sunday, May 12. to peek public original homestead also, together I
Fame opportunity
ople how to run the world, needbe meeting will last all day and all office that the professional politician with a high priced automobile ho

told tQ go back and sit former members of the church or rich man has always had bought on the Installment '. '. i I
>wn and the teachers who are are especially Invited. enjoyed. Conducting-a. campaignfor I plan. When last heard from he r.r.r

ming those "fool" ideas into was leaning dejectedly on u ,
office on a state-wide
public I "
e heads of these young radicals GUM BRANCH basla Is almost prohibitive for a shovel handle furnished by the .f D" : 1 5 r t s+ ;

mild be put out of the classms By )Allia Elizabeth HarnageMr poor man. And under the primary WPA. '" j sY \ II b

> In the colleges and unlver- many good men who would In the lush days he didn't planta !6 I : 4 H i.f fI

till by the church people ande and Mm William Groove: accept the nomination of their, garden; didn't keep a cow pigor b .
tax and Jimmie and David, of all his '
He
payers to whom these sons. under some other system, chicken. put eKg"one I
hools belong. Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Clackof ran party not be induced to offer them In basket, the bottom dropped .
Fort Pierce were visiting J. out and the eggs! all got "busted."
selves. Candidates In the pri
Having been an evangelist for A. Harnage and family Wednes mary are self-nominated, the selection I Mr "B" also raised tobacco (II V-

great many years, I have been day.Mr. Is limited and the voter: small acreage) but he raised I
contact with the masses ofe and Mrs. A. J. Williams of his choice between other crops benlde lie diversified
make Size.QI
people and I know what they Jacksonville were guests of Mr must those who volunteer themselves his farming from the beginning I file .

thinking I have never met and Mrs J, S. Sapp Sunday. time Florida Is I He planted general field -
At the present p.
all my wide| experience any Miss Dorothea Norman spent state-wide primary crops- com, wheat, outs and hay, / /

|al 1 Christian, consecrated ortho- the week-end with Mists Odessa just election over In a which there were 11; He raised a garden and a large 8.tKllt t'

,'a preachers who were crying McRae of Pine Level fur governor. Some truck patch every year, Begin e/Ytl
candidates
r academic freedom. I have Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edward with limited, resources I nlng in a small way he stocked

'erved that these men who and children were visiting at were poor. They men had to depend I >upon his farm with all kind of livestock i'1 / '

[ant academic freedom merely I Rising Sunday aftetnoon the financial help of friend especially cows and hogs.

lnt some school to furnish them, J. A Harnage and W. H. Carter to on even a modest speak :,,116 kept H ui< ilium sized flock of 1 e.

platform to disslminate their made a business flip to Jack I ing carry campaign over the state Cn purebred chickens, the profits JpllJe

'"" and philosophy. The rank sonville Saturday. the other' hand there were can trom which paid hU taxes, anal ,

"" We of the people of this nan Mr and Mis J. F. Shaw of dl('.ales in ho i race who were I then some Mi "H1 also bought t hl /Qp. "

"' are fairly Intelligent They I the State Farm were visiting relatives I able to pour any amount of additional land not( the second

'newspapers"\ they listen toe In this section Sunday aft : however) and still owns It
e money into their campaign I lytur X( ARC the biggest and hcit refrigerator:
dlo They know pretty ernoon. I Under! modem political cam After he traded hilt Jalopy In ont I HERE in history big ft and H cubic: fovcKelvinitort
.ell what la going on. Many who 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tilils of candidate must maintain medium priced cur He now >c laving of *3O to f6O compared!
u
not highly educated have, far Plant City have returned home paigning headquarters with | diiveis u higher priced CII rand to ItiDi. years pricci. d

|,0'e practical common sense after spending a while here with expensive, publicity men stenographers ''It Is paid for In full. 1j j You get new 19'iO( convenience features that

Ian some educational experts: llr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman. managers clerks and u whole armyof 1 Which one of these young men lighten the work in the kitchen. You net new

ho yell about academic freedom | Mr. an d Mrs. T. N Norman to get out his. literature ;, do you believe dear reader chose ______ gleaming beauty in Pcrmalux exterior int4rl' t
workers eteel /
he and Mrs. II M. long lasting, sanitary porcelain-on-
parents Mr\ course'If _
of this visiting J wiser
were
the
nation have a advertising| _
4'
gut aft- place newspaper or*. Thera't spacious room for food itonige .
"e to say what their chlldien i McRae of Pine Level Sunday and keep up the incessant ballyhoo the above contains a moral, the kind and amount of room that only bof, I t
taught in grammar grades, 1 ernoon. that Is necessary to keep his anil you want to know what It Is) family-tile Kelvinaturi can give you. \
'tb schools colleges and unlver1M : | Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and before the electorate. I you will have to dig It out for '':
Under Bobbie of Sampson City'were name We are not going to I led't I II
our form of gov- [ son successful candidates for yourself w a ,
mment we have separation of visiting Mr and, Mis J. S. Some Florida are reputed I point It out to you.-Hade) City time, and hal diffident capacity to keep )
in
north' and I high office I refrigerator cold under average houi bolj
Sunday.
Irht to teach tateK we have nolubll Sapp to have spent upwards of,I"anne I condition*. '

sectarianism in our 100 thousand dollars\ to win the 6 There II J no reason to buy an out-of-daie, la.c
|'c educational schools then no modernls- SAMPSON CITYBy nomination That places them lit Isn't Worth It IT'S A BIG years model at a clearant: *-or to be muled by

rht expert has any Etta Fay Dyal under everlasting obligation to I a price "iedee" that reflect/ savings in only a
t to Steal the sectarian faith those who contributed to their |I Many people take their politics 6'/ CUBIC FOOT tripped model nfri.eralor-hen you can

: our children The orthodox j Mr, and Mr*, A. V. Varnes fund and defeats the very purpose ''seriously and become angry when get a new 1940 Kclvinator at these new low

lrltlan leaders of America, a I have returned home after spend of the primary method- I{ discussing. candidate and their prke*. Come ia and tee them-and get your fre "/4\
percentage winter In Plant City. virtues People! of \Yut book of complete, authoritative information"The -
of whom are ing the elections with a free expression faults and 1940 VINArOR "
and clean 1 9'10 Refrigerator Guide. t t.s
urrtanding, Mrs. Willie Dyal I should refrain from getting
courageous men, are Mr and voters. make-up '
rff'CtI week- of the for Iti ,.,. ...1 1..1,.Lax
Y willing to live under daughter, Betty spent the dying out ? W. mixed up in politics

Ilifv bolas of government a* It is. end In Tampa with George Dyal. don't Is the know primary but It Is losing favor i not worth sacrificing the *" JUST LOOK AT TH SE FEATURES ,

wa1' religious' Mr. and Mrs.. A. V. Varnes and Star. : frlend"hlp. of a man or woman. 'f
i
liberty
htm ;; church and state, aepa free- Mrs. Curtis Varnt>s were visitIng with the public.Ocala It's fun to discuss politics with $114.75 11 Vi square fed ef shill area Automatic light: ; '

't"m' 0 Speech, and freedom of Mrs. Varnes' brother, Berry ''people who alto enjoy the friendly loty-Touch door handle 84 Ice cub. capacity ;
hA InvaluableWe
press Oak Trees man lose his I .. Ib e Kelvin control fermalux cabinet
They know that the Dyal, of Graham Friday. i| debate Saw a U 4,
.d In hlteh
r year n
I parris spent the neighbor the other finish 'orr.lal.t..llnt.rlo'. l 2 extrafartfr Efc,
'Iii tak.f the Lord Jesus Mis. Ruby paw workmen Saturday (I temper with a Car p.tectJen Flan I I
; care of itself and prove t[ week-end with her parents Mrland down a fine oak treeWe'v I day He hail never met the state *.iing shelve Emboiitd Freezer Door Gloss :t f; f

here 0'4 Power when preached. Mrs. Perry Sweat, near cutting. witnessed Incidents like candidate being discussed and + chilling Iray-end many tthtr f.atur.ib T.w'li '((11I *

111 are signs. of a revival In Starke.E. before bu In recent years 'I knew nothing about the cantllfateexcept pleat to .... Come l.i .
home thin read in a circular I
atlon returned he
what
I now. It Is the Oos- D. Jones has to realize more
few days. we have come !land losa friend by losing
hall for a he
gone out from from' Wildwood that our com- yet
or- fact I
't s"d.lwiich 0x pulplta, In orthodox reliCttl8 Herman Parrish of Jacksonville I ithan ever has the all too few oak trees his tempersn.1 l senile of Ju lgIment TITUS OLSON, DealerDISI'rrtY
'IOU. ,
munity doubt
Sunday who no
*<1 > over tle radio twae visiting relatives here | nd the loss of a single tree taken over* 8inan f; help the man one'bit KOOMS ON !SOI'TII: W.\lh"Yt'T N'fltr.ETStarke
rrtany something I[ would n
other I
ways to the ;, from the city '
laMes Varnes away elected. s r
of the Mrs. A. V. at least If he was Florida 't
and
,
people whlch tahere. Mr. be replaced
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lr/igln with that cannot -Exchange; ..
about and Sunday offer}l'
this revival atmos- spent Saturday I gtneraUon.V.*
\ of Maxvllle.\ not in this d''
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BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGlt.APlI, ST.YtltE, FLORIDA. -' nun.I .\\" 3L171
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City under said certificate No. 253 to th* high..., | '?,.
was In the name of T. J. Alderman houne dour nn, II tho
signed to eliminate hookworm and control I Carolyn CallstreetWell and the assessment of the rata the Month 'Jr It.\II i. first II.
I property under Bald Certificate! No. the. 3rd.. 0111) ,;, \ Ute..
The Bradford County Telegraph fly-borne diseases and typhoid fever. Theyare f 287.I'"n.was In the. name Of T. J. Aide .L1940' '.III. ''1,hille.4aD. ,till./

isrtnbllrhed 1877e built and installed in accordance with: Unless. said. Certificate shall be OFFICIAL f1..\r
: They finally tions Too bad I couldn't be 1 redeemed ncordlnm to law tho prop- Clerk of ('lrnn,' rACounty I. ,
.. .. State Board of Health and United States folks ? Those graduating this year Some- ortlns described therein will be sold FUdll| or h
didn't they t
succeeded 1'
> and Entered Second -
all
ubUlOhec'ePkly on Fililaj
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Public Service plans and specifications. I mean Crowdedme one threatens to shoot me almost
Class Mutter at the Post Office at Starke, Flu. politicians .
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needs sanitary toilet can right outta the paper every week
.. Anyone who a NOTICEI
---' the materials Whatta they mean shovln1 a lady "Aunt Vlda" Morgan one of
MEMBER = obtain one now by furnishing ? sweetest ladles -
rl around like that, anyway the town'a
n RIDA PRESS ASSOQAI1ONJ only. If good sound materials are on hand No gentlemen, says I Guess 'knows Starke better than It does TO THANK THE VOTERS

V "" the cost to the home owner may be reducedeven I mus' be sllppln' when they Itself FOR THE SPLENDID SUPPORT

+ ,_ ZotwtrucC ? bu'olia' further. Additional information concerning -: leave me out In favor of a bunch Mrs. A F. Sauls is bound for GIVEN ME IN MY RACE FOR
of pitchers Specially mug Cal she hops the train '
E. L. Matthew. -.___-___ editor and Owner the project may be obtained fromE. like some of those were sunny Monday for Los Angeles .to COUNTY JUDGE. FOR THOSE

r ,' cnll'TION' S. Sibley supervisor, at the cotton gin, Wow! But what hurts most I see her DAUGHTERS-not the WHO VOTED AGAINST :ME I
SU RATE one block east of the City Hall. Don't miss of all Is the fact that nobody broad side of Robert Taylor's HOLD NO ILL FEELING.
.30 KU' Month, 75c: Advance Into cancel a subscription
Yearly, $ ; -Payable came profile .
sappy
this opportunity By putting in a sanitary because of rude treatment .
\du'rth.lnc' Rate on Application my I think that's a good one to DON L. HOOVERPaid
,
I
,. toilet you will be helping Bradford Countyto Oh moe Is we! quit on 'Think I'll write a
. healthful place in whichto The rally las' Friday night at ( Political Advertisement)
become a more book and call it: "My Space, My
: Homeowners Urged to Take AdvantageOf killer-diller '
!i live. Bradford Park was a Space!"
New Sanitary Project The'politicians' last gasp before Bye .

; A golden opportunity for Bradford O election day, and each one Carolyn Callstreet. PLEASE ALLOW ME TO
it Fast Pace Of Modern Living was tryin' to get In the last word EXPR

, County to take a step forward in its fight Blamed For Wave of Recent Suicides W, P. Smith stayed 'em as NOTK OF APPLICATION MY APPRECIATION
ad r'OH T\\ oeeusenate :
usual How 4hat guy can
against hookworm and other diseases C. averaged suicidea ( Hill :\I... IUI)
prevalent Washington, D. a favorite speaker
lib He's my NOTICE: IS HEREBY OIV" N. THE FINE SUPPORT
T is now offered by the Community day from April 9th to 29th. Methods used .. Can always depend on him Certificate That T. J. Alderman Numbered holder respectively of Tax FOR GIVEN ME

Sanitation Project, recently placed in operation included gas, shooting, carbon monoxidegas for a coupla Jesse Alexander laughs .make. Anddidn't a Sea IDJO 1 Issued and 267 the lnHUed 7th,the day 3rd.of, dtti I TUESDAY IN MY CANDIDACY OF FOR

;;,! here. With- the expenditure of a jumping from bridges, and the other swell master-of-ceremonles? AiiR-unt.office and 1931.ha has* made filed name applicationfor In my SUPERINTENDENT STRUCTION PUBLIC L\

I.. nominal amount for materials, the WPA ways popular with persons who quit this Didn't know he had It In him Said tax certificate deed to be respectively UHued thereon.embrace .. r-.- -
choice. A bright remark for every the following described prop.ertiee
their
will supply the necessary labor for the construction world by own candidate Never heard so In the County of Bradford

of a sanitary toilet for anyone The wave of suicides unexplained( much horn-blowing In all my life state All NWH of Florida! of SKV: to-wit E. of: lly., Sec

i who desires it in Bradford County. but it has been suggested that the high If Gabriel! had picked last embraced 3 Twp. 6 under S. II. 22 certificate E, 14 Acres No. i66 lei;

i With than half the children in life lived by most Americans today Friday night to pay his visit he and
more speed
wouldn't have stood a chance NE'4 rf>f tlEN'\ of N'of
,1 our schools showing positive hookworm infection i in the underlying cause. The modern tempo Got right ashamed of some of the HE 22 >4 E.,of 60 fK'/i:Acres See., Is; 3 embraced:Twp. 6 under S. R.

the importance of this matter can may be too fast for a large number of the candidates, though The way certificate The aHaeamnent No. 267.of the said property -
they gave tha dime box a slim- under said cerllflrat No. a(ill
hardly be overestimated. This disease is people, and causes many of thorn to crackup rain' diet Don't forget the was In the name of C. U Peek and

contracted and spread by lack of sanitary so they are not responsible for their ac dime box boys Don't forgetthe the assessment under Bald of certificate the Bald No.property 267
wa. In the name of Edw & Catherine -
dime box
facilities, and the new pit toilets are de- tions. Roger
Tuesday-'Lection Day-was Unless said Certificates shall be
_, _
redeemed according to law the
more like nomecuiuiiiB 111 u u
proTxjrtiitu described therein will be
Homecoming Football Is all old to the highest; bidder at the
Courthouse doi.c. on the firm Monday 1b
right but It takes a good lengthy
in the Month of June 1940
ballot to get the boys and girls which ID the 3id, day of June,
back home A. E. Wall Jr., 1SHU.Duted .
thin 9th of A. O.
duy May
Harry Tyson, Harold and Martha 19Po''t"d
My Sincere Thanks To The Wall, Huldah Corpening Miss (OFFICIAL HUAI.: ) A. J. Thomas,
: and Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Addle Balsden and oodles County, Florida 0-10 4t 5-31
oodles of others .
Then there were those sweet :\0'1'11-1 ov \1'1..1.\ 1'lO\

Voters of Bradford young thingsthe flrttt voters (,ennt Foil* Ttmii 11111 No. :16:1)>:
CountyWords All dyked out in their political NOTICE IS HEREBY (lIVI N.
swaddling clothes n 111 I y That 'I'V.. slaughter holder of
Powell, S. L,. Alvarez A.v..; Tux CertlflcatoH, 251' 262 and Numbeicd 257 Issued. respectively August --
.Anderson, Blake Jackson Martlle ( 2,' IU17. has filed name In my
office and hat made application fur
[ Hemingway, Bill McMillan. Myr- lax deed to be Issued theieon.
the lice Kltllngsworth, Roswell!1 Bald 'erUfh-aI4l. respectively enitI
cannot deep appreciationwhich Midcllctoi
express I, brace he following dcNcillied prop' Dr. W. E. )
Noegel Edyth Holllngsworth. L I lertlen .In the County "t Bradford,
O Jones' All 21 except Myr- state tit Florida to-wlt:
I feel over the wonderful vote given me lice who heads (the list with an NW"1 Houth.of NW/i Itutiire Section 22 2't Kant Township ; .40- I Am Depending On My Friends

.'. extra year Hope you didn'tget Acres,.. Certificate mote or .lees No. 254Wl.j I I. "mbl'.ce"Utld"I'

flustered, youngsters .of NW% of SW'i section 21 To Keep Up The Good Work
in my campaign for re-election as your County But 1 bet your knees were knock- Township 7 South flange 22 East
20 Acres, more or lean la embraced
In' worse than the candidates under Certificate No. 252.NKV '
Seems' like our Bradford folks.1 : of N" 'l ex' 14 A. 8 of Pub- And Assure My Election At The
Tax Collector. I feel that this vote is a genuine lic road Sec. 29 Township 7 8oulh i
just can't stay outta politics no Range 22 Kant, containing 26 acres
matter where they go Frln- I tificate mom or No.lees 257.The.uMHrHNment, embraced. under .Polls On May 28.
stance, ''there's Horace Wilson of the said .;!
testimonial of trust from friends anfl I cer-I
my runnln' for county judge way arty under Maid certificate I No. (Paid Political Advertliieiient| )
was In the name of T. J. '
;
down' In'-: Levy and Broward I the AMMAMH.ii..nt of the said prop_ .

promise to do my- utmost to make you proud LoVell here) In(Remember''the race for him-Supt.-ex-coach Pub. $'. --.. _, ,.... ., """,I" """ ,...'..." ... v': '

J Inst. of Marlon County Good Ht .
of your decision during the next four years. luck, boys "
Unnerstand that Lucile Green on"
.(Mrs. Lex) was the really surprised flOW PRiceS!
Again I say "Thank you," good people of one at a surprise party
she was givln for someone else

tother week Seems that she
Bradford County. had obtained a cake recipe from
Mrs. Frank Robinson tried it out
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and had a failure At the last
GOOD; TIRES
minute she dashed down town to YE/\R

buy Dome cookies for the party

C. A. KNIGHTTAX and when she got back home
, found that surprise! surprise!
Mrs. Robinson had called and
I GREAT "G-3" ALLWEATHERGoodyear'
left a perfectly scrumptious cake

.. COLLECTOR made by the same recipe e
My my How the Tele- "G-3"All-Weather-road-proved
graph does get around favorite of millions-is the greatest all-round
.
Helen Hennig, owner and publisher tire value for
(Paid Political Adteitlxpiuunt) you can get so little money.
of the Tarpon
Springs Because of special "90-10" Offer '
Leader mils' have been readin' our you

our country correspondence can buy it today at amazingly low prices. ,
--
1 = --i& She remarks In her "In Which" See the "G-3." Compare its! Buy it now I "
column: "I never read the news

from Rising that I, don't involuntarily S. if
put my hand to the back 1
TEFULl of my neck and feel If a boll Is ONLY r

lining and Boatdrain some
I AM GRA way has it depressing sound 11
what a place fur Wrlgley
la Gum: Branch and I never ,
heard of Sampson City being

shorn of a lock ." Thank:,
Yes, truly grateful for the confidence the people of ,. : for the publicity, Helen .j) 6.00-16 size '
.r Snlce to know that the Telegraphs 4

Bradford County have shown in me by nominating me read In such far distant spots
48 Tarpon Springs But why ".75-1901' 5.00-19 5.25-17 or 5.5017: .

to serve as your Clerk of the Circuit Court for the next pick on our Bradford County $8.35 $10.20 .
.5'S
communities? 'Frlnstance I 5.25-18' 5.50-18 6.25-16 or 6.50-16
never see the heading "Iddo"that
four without S $9.30 13.50
\ years an opponent. I don't feel slightly silly! as Cath prices with your olJ tire
It I were talkln' baby talk S
OTKCB nzn PRICED m plorounoNww.p.
During the term of office I have done Our communities )Jn this part of
present my the state were named before FlorIda
1 became real estate
j I1 everything possible to the people of this I consciousand ..,.,.,
serve county started ________ Innocent
I i tourists with such gooey atrocities -
well, and to give true satisfaction to all. an Poinsettia Boulevard and LIFETIMEGUARANTEE

Hibiscus Beach .
leV te
; ; KUanore and Alice ;:'t. John are -
I During the next teVm, I will'strive even harder to the: moodiest gals In town ..
Hardly ever see 'em without a E..rr Goodyear Tire we sell Is .,,_t....

be worthy of your confidence and to see that the affairs ray-colored net over their attractive Ia writing-not for 11 month M U month
tresses Mus' b e .r 24 _DtJaa-In.' for Ito TOU LIFE-without -

I of my office are conducted in such. a way as to be a tchln': Saw Grace Dew doing Hmo or mlUaq UmlU. "'_
It tother day .

credit to our great county. Mrs. C. W. Chalker ravin" high
low about "How Green Was YOU CAN .IT OUR10'' OPFIt ON ANT

My Valley." a new dlnger-of-a- oooriAR Tin-w.-n pay yell for tt. ..... d_- I I 6
And again, I say-THANK YOU! book at the topa 'tha list .*raus 10% ol your &.', 111! wUU you rid. oa a
n "Native Son" Is .a top-notcher a .of. n.w Goodyear Tire.e .

too: it's by a negro author, I MVt AT TOT S/CJf Of Tilt COODrtAK DIAMOND

; Wright LOW COST HIGH VALUE
Twas Nation-wide too, man .I e
A. J. THOMAS Always knew from hearln' him
talk. he could sound dandy on

1" paper. REGISTER
:. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT ofrll. Frazee. you have my utmost MOTOR COMPANY
s-y-m-p-a-t-h-y I f Bad
J enuf to have to move, withoutLakin' Corner Madison and Walnut Streets

.t. I your house along with you!
f p.14' P"Iftlrsl' .rtl..m..nn Joe E. Wilson presented one- Phone 103 Slarke Florida
-- -- year accident policies to those ,
who sent him graduation Invita




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