Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01132
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH t t t "f I" f 'i ';. i"

The home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of IlmveR \ }
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I NtT11BER! T11'ENTY_.NOVO...._; ; '

ison Prolonged Teachers'Be Held Exams.To SoonIt 'Ooen House' Bids On New Postof&ce Here tJi;f 3; ''CI N j.

was recently announced by :
gig Hail the State Department of Education Next \Week a t,

that teachers' examinationswill Are To Be

be held July 5th and 6th in : Opened TuesdaYiI
North Carolina c the following counties: Alachua, On WPA Projects .i .

Dade, Duval, Ilillsborough Lee, ,, ,1
Leon, St Lucie, Volusla and( Wal i I I I "!' Shown at 'left Is the .hlt.f't't'i : ;

Strawberry( ShipmentsTo ton. Bradford County :: \f ,; : drawing of the new $70,000',pout* ,: ',,
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Continue Here The following subjects will be Will Join Nation f1j"v\ office for Starke. Bids for con-.* !'f', ;1',
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for Another ,Week given: Art, Commercial Subjects, In Observance ProgramThe ; ) tructlon of the building will Ije? : j 1..,

Elementary School Course, English opened by the Public Dulldlngs ; t.. {

Just, t as the strawberry season Industrial Ana, Language: week of :May 20-25: tins Administration in Washington! WC. '11 IF' t

aboUt to be done up In moth other than English, Mathematics, been selected as a period for \ ., at 1 p. m.. Tuesday, May :21.* i; ,( y

I' and stored away until! next Music, Science, Social Studies It demonstrating the work programof \ Actual construction is p"pecl.ed.1"" "',
along came a hall In is Important that those consider the Professional and( Service to Ret under, > way soon thet'patter. 'C....

jf' Carolina, damaging the ing these studies note that Instead Division of the Work Progress bi:4L The building to bn erected,; on '" ;

there and assuring Bradtd of the usual first, second Administration throughout Florida : property:) at the southeast> coiucr s I.
the opporIty of Walnut and Jefferson Street ;
County growers and third grade certificates offered and the Nation.
[ for marketing their fruit the Elementary School During this period, "open (one block from the business nee- ,,

least whichtime d of next Course will be taught Instead; house" will\ be held In Bradford tin) will be a one story structure ; 4 "

Lk' at shipment this covers those grades. Thirty County by all\ sewing rooms, the of colonial design '
m Maryland are expected to semester hours' credit must be Housekeepers Aid project a t i4.lerlut'walls will be faced. it

their stride. had by the applicant.The Hampton and the canning pro- with brick and stucco, trtnunod '4' t

Volume, which has been on the Elementary School Course ject at the B. H S. cafeteria. with atone In keeping> with the', e

line here for the past twos includes: General Professional Dr. W E Mlddleton mayor of Colonial design the pitched:; its
mild spurt aa a Starke, has proclaimed this shingle roof will be surmounted sr
took a per-
Basic Information
Test Tests *
with metal covered ventilators a t':: +
matur- _
reached iod
WPA Week: t
"new crop" Community '
Arts Music
e Language, Art, Social each end. A flat composition '\ '
Shipments Monday, Tues- Science and the public Is urged to visit
Studies Number, Con-
and \Vertnf' dn,:; *"irt "M nLit stitution" the United States. i these projects In order to be- roof, inset with a large skylight: "
will be used the work
gain over the same period come better acquainted with over space AIn i
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last week. Prices held steady "this work that pays your com- -t --- rear as
Alarms Unexplained The entranceway will lead Into 'c'' 1
|2,50 average with a few munity
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for Dinners the public lobby which In to prok,
jelling Wednesday ah Clark are being served at
8 excellent R. F. Superintendentof Hampton and Graham Architect's Drawing of Government vide space for five service windows 'il r 'a
i of $2.95-an the City Light & Water Plant, Monday Building For Starke and over 470 lock boxes. "
i for this time of year when night and those who attend will\ .
said Wednesday he wasn't sure Postmaster's office and the work : '
II usually goes begging at what caused the mysterious false listen to a special radio programat J I room will occupy the balance of .

lallty 1,50 and is still your described crate as back.fair, alarms Thursday afternoon of 8 o'clock I Mail Carrier Have You Ever Seen-am' the first floor r**
last week. He examined the '
In commenting on the design ?! ,
Though the lateness of the sean Unusual dpi I
wires. In which a possible short- Ceremony of the Stsrke Post Office, Commissioner

n aging beginning effect. to get in its age was suspected to have Ends Vacation SchoolThe Goes With Cash Salpingostylis Coelestina?; I IAlong II Reynolds said, "It \w '

caused the trouble, but by Wednesday apparent that here Is no casual : "
Since Wednesday of last week Presbyterian-Episcopalian about this time last The of walls windows b'
could find no fault in I Driver'' yeara ous ripening capsules. vary assembly doors ;
'2 crates have been shipped Vacation Church School will have From Veteran'sCamp group of University of Florida noticeable early withering of the and roof to accord with some 11"

om Starke and Lawtey with that direction. Mischlevious its closing exercises tonight (Friday Takes Truck botanists and Gainesville naturalists one's haphazard opinion of what {'

Iturns to growers estimated at children are also considered as a ) at the Episcopal Church. And Pay> Checks arose before daylight, gulped flowers Interested us greatly It the building should look like.- /
Indicated either
1X38000, Season' totals now possible source of the trouble The pageant wUl begin at 7:30: t their cups of coffee and hurrldly an exceptionallyshort Rather It !In the Inevitable productof ,,7 4'
diurnal period, or the end '
at 5,981,46 pints, with and the will continue drove to Starke. A few miles '
factors chief
The whistle was blown twice program Last Thursday Jack Hendricks, of a longer, perhaps mainly nocturnal many controlling ;
receipts o f. 48773000. around the bonfire on the lawn a veteran at'', the CCC camp at north of here, near the once- among which are the practical tr,
III at least another week of during the afternoon. of the Church The Fire Cere- Goldhead Branch State Park, who town Saxton they parked their period of activity. Of requirements of the Post Office '
the color lavender vlo
course ( -
Ipments In prospect, 'it la cerflt mony will be a little variation acted as mall carrier for the cars along Road 13 and trampedInto let) of the corolla seemed to Apartment, the convenience of lj'

that receipts will pass the Wateroak Revival from the closing exercises that monthly pay-checks, went AWOL the flat pine woods. A the second he public, the size and shape of

If 1 million: dollar mark, making were enjoyed last year at the II with $116 in cash, after he cameto short distance from the highway argue. against alternative he building site and the character I } '

MO the most profitable seasonally Revival services are being con- Presbyterian Church. town that day and got the en- they stopped-overjoyed at the and, tastes of the! community.'" #'
In more than adecade.: ducted this week at Wateroakby The Faculty members of the 'dorsed pay checks of the veter- rate sight which spread before "Direct observation being the

Dewa* I sold .I'eGitoes they Rev: I. T. Sweat. Special School wish to report a very successful ans cashed. their eyes: "An azure field of It'll' "d'n '

the vofum; of, green beans Service, : will be' held Sunday aeesipnThe .exhibits in cerullan Ixoa." : ; .tp.'
About, tlnoj jhe was due backto ,'
d dinner .AuULwbeserved
"' trutlalg.t ; ,,
mtlnueS: to increase athe boys "" k"'lne1Jdeb'ook( the camp. he telephoned that Soon after that,the news leaked .
fa1'mer! Market wItlid ,o :+the' grounds. Every- ends and Christian Symbol wall his truck had "broken down," out,, and 'ft fact that bad been 1 ", ", ,
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otaa Is Invited to attend. '' ,
'5,000 'hampers reported pulques. The girls handwork Includes and that It would be quite a semi-secretly known to botanists J"1

lit during the past seven day;; needle-work and hat-mak- i while before he'd be able to return -' for several yearn. became common ;' !

I an average price: of 85c. period at an average of $1 for ing and decorating according to reliable I I I 'I knowledge through the columnsof {

feek't receipts from this source No.- 1's 'and 80c for No. 2's. The director wishes to express sources, lie had been taking one the Telegraph: That a limited //1

ere estimated at $4,25000..' A Total receipts from beans and i his thanks to everyone who co- of the camp's best trucks to section of Bra
sand hampers ,of Irish pota- potatoes so far this,season are I'operated with him in making the Starke, but, because the governor -I Starke and Lawtey) Is the j

were sold during, .the gtfme estimated at $9,562,00, school a successful one. on that one held Its speed home of the rare salplngostylls I
_----.l I 1 to 25 and 30 miles an hour, he ,: coelestlna, one of the strangest ra ,

Sho Has Ain't It White Folks? took one Thursday which would I and most fragile wild flowers In I
Been A Great Berry Season
make around 60. I the annals of botany! More thrilling ,
yet was the pronouncement
Monday, Sheriff A O. Andreu i
that the spot near here, u smnll
got word that an army truck answering Z
field near. Penny Farms, and an.
descriptions had been I
other patch at Doctor's Inlet, are ,
<*'* fSA seen parked by the Union DUll I '
the only ,places !In the; world
Station in Jacksonville, But
where this lovely violet-lavendarflower'
investigation, It was found
upon Is known to exist!
that this was not the one stolenIn ,
the get-away. Those who 'are prune to scoffat r.

WZtfSS Men at camp were not suspicious the, "Importance" of a wild A fragile plant with a .heavyweight name. That ,Is Bradford

when Hendrlcks made his flower rare, or otherwise-might
County's salplngostylls coelestlna shown above clustered among
telephone call. It was not suspected be at '" l least partially converted
the wire grass a few miles north of Starke. AJthough the delicate -

that this was the reason when told that no lei an Institution blossoms photographed white, they are In reality an exqui i' \ ,
for his "delay" In getting backto
than the New York Bot- site'shade of violet.lavender- ,hence the name "coelestlna," connoting -
Goldhead, and It was not until
about ten o'clock next morning anical Garden, In its regularly ; a heavenly coloring. This photograph supplied, throughthe

that the mutter. was reported to published "Journal1' of July 1931 ,courtesy of George K, Small of New York City, son of Dr.

the Sheriff's office. devoted a chapter: to the subject John K. Small the man credited with "rediscovery" of the

Coelestlna Re- rare flower
of "Bartram's Ixla

Ritz Inaugurates "
discovered. only way of solving this problem,

Bargain Night It seems that the first recorded we decided/ to let the plant answer

f mention of this ephemeral "Brad- for Itself, and started for

p '' !'f"awasAy Beginning Tuesday night, and ford County flower" was made by the field the next morning before

continuing each! successive Tues- the naturalist William llurtrnm dawn. The flower had not been

[Symbolic of the way entire Bradford County feeic over the 1940 strawberry season are the broad day night, adults will be admltI utmost 150 yearn ago In an account open during the .flight, so the N

JTlM wreathing the faces of these two colored boys who peddle 'em by the pint along the highs I' ted to the Ritz Theatre for only of his travels through second alternative was eliminated.

near Lawtey Described by some as "the most profitable season ever experienced here," grown fifteen cents. George MunusHa Florida. Following this Initial An the mm rose the swelling 4 rf
have ( manager, stated yesterday MlMCovery" It was apparently buds burst! After about three
grossed almost $500,000 and still shipping.
; are The Ritz Theatre has also discontinued "lost" and botanists did not relocate > hours the perianth+ showed signs

Courthouse the policy of playing it until redlmoveiod 1 In nf withering, and, Like Bees Voters Around I
Around A Hive
( pictures for a three day run on 1031 by the line Dr John' K. dally routine was Ht an and!
,. Sunday Monday and Tuesday Small of the New York Hotunl- After the flower: wltherii, In ,the

; and has reverted to playing four cal Garden forenoon the plant crane apparent '

I programs per week Instead of Acordlng to I>r, Small's account -I activity Up to sundown. 11 .

only three one on Sunday and a University of Florida no flower, not even a bud, appears I. '

j Monday, another 0 n Tuesday professor on a trip to the Botanical for the following dny. s+
... I I only, a third on Wednesday and l Gardens, notice a clrnwnie i Through the night the bud develops ,_

Thursdays, ,and double featureson of the "lost" flower and staid, apparently very slowly at e
I first, and It I Ie not until sunrise
Fridays and Saturdays. "That plant !grows In the flatwood "
that the perianth Is visible and
of Gainesville! He
Night shows begin at' 7:45: o'- "
Small to return ready to burst,
clock except Sunday when the persuaded Dr. i .
program will begin at 9:00: o' with him to Florida and thus resulted I Thus unfolds the fascinating ,.b4 .
I of another claim to fume
clock. The theatre presents the botanical rediscovery story
matinees Sunday. Monday Thurs- of Bartram's I Ixln (common name on the part of Bradford County.The Pretty little Phoebe Green,

day and Saturday afternoons of for salplngostylls coeletlna), flowers are In bloom now diminutive, young<<: daughter of

each week at 3:30: o'clock and the The Interesting story of the along Road 13 and are visible : Mr. and Mrs. -Nelson T. Green,

'R Saturday matinee Is continuous.The 1931 expedition Is told as follows trftn an automobile by a clone takes time out from her play to

Ritz presents box office In the Journal: observer as lavender splotches: In'' pick an Ixla Although she can't
., a Mickey Rooney, "Seven o'clock in the evening pronounce their name (who can? '
star one the flat woods Their real beauty, )
for that matter Phoebe appreciate
In the of "Young Tom Edi- found Starke,
saga of June 9th us near i
and Monday, Tuesday however, cannot b* enjoyed without their beauty, The salplngostylls -
son" Sunday
of the localities '
Florida, at one :
the and coelestinas flourish near
night, Inaugurating the first leaving car gettinga '
of the "bargain nights" "3 Cheers marked for the plant Partialy close-up view This must be the home of her parents, east of '

Priscilla Lene ripe pod were abundant among Saxton. For those who'd like ,, ,
Irish" with ,
for the done as said before, In the early '
and Thomas Mitchell is slated, the grass, but no flowers couldbe to try: the Bradford County 3F('..,., : '
while Wednesday and Thursdaywill found In the flatwoods. KnowIng morning flower In pronounced solpln-GOS- JlY: ;

the famed "Primrose something of the habits of A, fairly thick patch of the axle tills SEI'' -Iellteena, '
Rogers and rl'taceou plants we were not may be seen along!: the road just i '. :
Path" with Ginger '
"I('rf. dlscouraK d. Returning early the south of the residence of C. E. Revival At Corinth r 8tI
Joel McCrea presented.
.__ '..';.i.h ____. "I'4> _,;" Today and tomorrow (Friday following morning we were re- 1'I'
Did they swarm the Well just take a good look at this p ctur.and tell us and Saturday) the double feature warded by the sight of flowers, however from that point north A week of revival services, '
t polls here on May 7th? the fork of the old and conducted the Rev. W A.
r YOt >lnk, o'clock until sundown at the North Starkemt Includes Tex Ritter In "Rhythmof which however, gave only a faint to near by .
pi in Crowded conditions prevailed from 8 the voting booths may be seen the Rio Grande" and "Flight idea( of what were the beauty of new roads into Lawtey. Since Davis of Alma, Gu, will ,begin 'J ij'!
the courthouse here. The long line waiting to enter it 1 Is useless the Corinth, Church' ,
IetJdlnc down record-breaking total of 999 Angels". with Jane W Y man, these areas of flatwooda at the they are 10 perishable a' Baptist
the and onto the sidewalk. A to transplant Monday night. The public !Is In. I
oIts Were step of the building congestion, there baa Wayne Morrlss, and Virginia height of the flowering season, to pick or attempt ,
10me cant I in this precinct, largest In the county. As a result of the toward this end a* yet Bruce. all, Indicated: 6y the very numer them. vlted to attend. 4 ,
talk been made "
definite move has d1
"splitting the precinct.! but no ,I'

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7 TWO Mrs, W. E. Green re- erty under
- visiting URIJ
was "In the, nam, "utl' :"t, tp
t business has picked up quite a STATE NEWSASKS cently. androperty .. f !
there'i 1 LIVE I and Mrs. L, O. Tyre of uni.t, alle ojAl1
right on; Mr. <
Even Good Old Days bit. 'Looks good 267 was In ,?,

I a chance of an Increase, too ." .. -- -- Florahome were dinner guests of I erman.Unies.. ICII eiliTrl
W. B. Sewell. of Florida Bank --- TROPHYElfers. Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt Sun- salt

Could Hardly Beat These at Staike, would give no figures,, FUNDS FOR RELIEF:Cone AWARDED David Balllie, Jr., of day. redeemedacnrdle deBcrlbi! ,, 'utelertles th

I told of the bank's good Tallahassee. -' Governor the to the higher.i xIli
2 but gladly awarded
has been hound door iW
Floridians yesterdayto this city 'ire(
obvious bowl business: "Considering the reduced called upon National Season'Opens the Month 'If sun
most less the Bass
Bradford County's seem more or AmericanRed trophy of 'i4
A S and lateness of the contribute to the merit the 3rd. day s. -.
strawberry sea lion In | ever: acreage relief work in Block and Bridle Club for his 20It Dated thi -in'of> '
profitable I season. It has been a very Balls- Cross for war member of Monday, May D. l&to.O"'FII'TAT.. 1 i .
of ItR short
decade nears the end Late season bringing Cross has set outstanding
a (1)) strawberry .seMon, and Europe. The Red work as I riL,
brief but highly remunerativelife crops and high prices; (2) Brad- factory reflected In a very nice the American goal at 10000000. the Florida Chapter of the organ won't be long now! With Clerk of Clri'ui
J It's been the ; County, Florid if B
In all "hit It"at
business men to i sponsors ?
local ford's crop happened ization. The group IsvsvrIe
matter of
Increase In our deposits. I' the first primary a
lines are fttlll wreathed la amlles. a time when, up-states weren't 'HALF NEW LEGISLATURE Little International I : 'rIl

Even thIS mythical "good old in full owing at their crops, and F, F Stump. Starke's postmaster Tallahassee -- Some 48 Show and Rodeo at the University history and the second not yet at l\r! THE inI II'urrvtut CUI.I

days" they avow could hardly I when Plant City's crop was hindered said that receipts were much house members in the 1039 legis- each year, and young Baillie lever heat, the minds of many I MOIL In ,. I'll HIS.tlMunu.u \\t .:,lCr 01'ft'" '
better than the cut down by complicated better than last year this time renomi- for the past Leola Hall n
have been any greatly lature were defeated for has been a member people have turned from politics .
here ((3)) went on: Postal receipts received the !'Ialll' I
buslnesn enjoyed conditions; 7th
weather He .
booming i nation In the primary May two years. when the law allowsa I -Va.Marcus
I ofStarke's that
to day
in the history
four week held Bradford's for a far exceed any champion ShOW- H. 011)erandl
during the past 'recent cold will be new rosette as grand
and there probably man to go baits fishing. The
Half a million dollars turned i late season, which finally broughtthe poutofflce station faces at more than half of the 95 man In the dairy classes In 1939, closed season ends at 12 o'clock IN TUB NAMI
filling i 1p
Gay, of
and fast Adolph UJ1.111110,'
loose In the channels of local I I The crop simulative effect this had operator, said: "I think It's .improved desks. and was cattle champion for 1938, 1939, and I midnight a week: from Sunday, whom TO: Alar. ply ants
the of 30 I know It I dairy 19 but since it is not generally sutler ,
trade during space SLrtrki-'s business can be some; In fact earning his way May Ward Over"llSylvunl Or
'scurry-I I on than last year's." DEATH Itl-'LKD OUT 1940. While customary to fish at night ,,, lI it' er e
days has sent merchants learned by talking to any local has; It Is better I Death of one can- college he has maintained You -. ''re
Tallahassee are he
stocks lunch room and for bass the first day of the open ,,
exhausted Charles Burton Irc4
ing to replenish merchant, a few of whom wereinterviewed race does C in his grades.He pear (0 the !bit
didate in two-man above average Bhb
crowdsto has, like a la Monday, May 20. hoor..ln again
Saturday station season
pnJ half brought I this week and had filling manager of nomi- received Tolbert and Lions n
i survivor \onI'lRv
has ,
streets and restaurant owners, had much I not assure the A statute made it unlawful to thf Jft
town, Jamming: I I enthusiastic answers to this ques- the Democratic primary. loans tot: hIs meritorious D. 1940,.
I Clubs
to late truck drivers and nation in i take fresh water bass from March is furth ,
from early morning bow has straw- trade from
i4 tion: As a whole, The survivor must obtain a ma- work He has led in many order. he pu loll n tt
at night. The unmistakable at-: berry season affected your busi- was l ready to agree: "The sea- cast. If he activities and before en- 15 through May 19, inclusive, the County Teleg. he C

Wiosiphpre of "plenty of money"' ? How Is It compared to last son's helped business jority of the votes campus exceptionally time when the game fish spawns. public ed In "o'r
does not. there will be a vacancyIn tering college was Curd once "R totsucutive
baa been In the air. Smiles arebroodl'r I Buck Crawford of Denmark I
r year? nomination and a special pri active in 4-H work. :\OTITH OK APIM.ICATION week
and I
greetings, heartier, and H. A, Lawson wholesale and Furniture Co., was eager Foil 'I'I; IHIIimte : WlTNud, : and

step brisker Everything Is selling ', retail meat dealer reported a ready to answer: It's Just mary must be conducted.'FATHER TO ESTABLISH SILK FARM NOTU'K('<- IS IIIII HKUKHY>... Ilia:i)OIVRN', seal 1940 I this 1011 IBrll

from "snow balls" to auto the boomed up to the greatest business (O"' I'f'T.-\T. toFCI..rk : ,
i sharp Increase In consumption SON Palm Beach,--The scrub That T. J. Alderman holder of TaxCertificates 4
AND West Circuit
and the people of Brad we've had since establishment Numbered renpectlvely,
' mo jllcs of beef. "I butchered 6,000 Bench John J. IIl'l1d..
I is of Palm ,
TaUahas ee--.A trial judge palmetto wastes 300 Inxued the 7th day of July
i. torn! county are happier than pounds last Friday and then of the store t Court become the scene of I 111.10 and 207 laxued the aril., day or.Aiiffuvt Solicitor tar Y' rr
t have been in the past ten Radio disqualified the Supreme county may 1113t. has tiled Dame In my
they lacked 150: pounds of filling my James Mayes, of Mayes ,
1 1I has ruled. If his son is attorney a vast new Industry If the present office and haa made applicationfur ;JVOTH-R or "!'I'Ur
yearn! orders," he said.J. Service, was very much encouraged for one or more defendants in a plans of Mrs. Frank J, Lewis, tax deed to bn Ignited thereon FOH TIIKK.B: :?
Few farmers or business men L. (Sam) Anderson, owner over the effect of both I with success. Maid certificate respectively embrace ( I case before him. It prohibited of Chicago, meet the following described properties NOT1CH IS \\I :IU:ny
Ii hav had time to analyze the I of the Temple Garage seemed election and strawberry season on Judge R P. Reese of the Escam- Conducting experiments with in the County of Bradford, That John I> flag' '."Id..
} well satisfied with his results his business: "It's affected it real State of }Florida to-wlt I Certificate ?
the 1940 good fortune very setout '?''od 1
for has
reason bla County Court of Record from silk worms Mrs. Lewis All.4W'!, or tH '.4 E. of Ry.. Sec. day of Heptemh
With the berry- deal; a few factors: answered cheerfully: ". good, real good. Business in the trying Jim Bailey and Charlie 6,000 white mulberry trees, 3 Twp ft N. R. 23 B, 14 Acres, I.I Uembraced filed name In' tfli"<,1 II t!
last two weeks: has picked up 300 thousand' under certificate.) 36*; I made appllcailoi ,11 a t I.
Melton on charges of breakingand with an additional ten to be! iRuued thereon Sufdl
per cent and election too, has entering and grand larceny. to be set out in the near future, I andNE'4 of SEH & N'(j of N'/i ofsli flcate embrace Ih, followj,
caused more sales of radios!" \. of SEV4: Sec.: 3 Twp. 8 B.: R. I ..cr I bed property :.i the CuJ
I BOREE FUNERAL HOME'l Frederick of Frederick's with the aim in view of creating 22 1-3: ,, 00 Acres,..In embraced undercertificate Uradforcl. state if Jo"IIIrldLAll ,, i
G. C WORKERS TO LOSE .IOBS jobs for hundreds of the present, No. 2 rot I NWV4 of SWH w'_
Full line of Caskets *: Undertaker Supplies Furniture Hospital says 'that the 'I The aN e i. the Bald property See 15 Tp. 8 s. Karg. J z':
AMBULANCE SERVICE Jacksonville.-About 6,400 Flor unemployed on a gigantic "silk, under avid certificate No. 8B8 containing 9 Acren, more'> r
DAY AND NIGHT season has prompted debt-paying, ida WPA workers will be released farm" Mrs. Lewis now has wan In the name of C. L. Peek and The aR8e"I11"111 of the mil,
said: "It's affected It quite a bit the uKxcxHinoiit of the Bald property erty under the uiil wrii, ,
134 PHONE 154O. Immediately. Roy Schroder an- thousands of the small cocoons, under Bald certificate No. 267 cued wan In thr HHIII 01
l -people are paying their debts. nounced reduction Monday feed the mulberry wan In the name of Edw & Catherine Young.
II. BENNETT, Mgr. the which on ,
Strawberries are the main source Rogers.Uile Uolenn said certificate it
"A HOMELIKE INSTITUTION" unon his return from Washington leaves but as yet the business, ..x said Certificate shall be redeemed according to I It
of Income-yes, quite a difference where he succeeded in hold- Is operated on a very small scale redeemed according to law the property described therein
described therein will be
since strawberry season properties Hold to the highest bidder
Ind down the number who will As the farm is developed, the Meld to the highest bidder at the courthouse door on the flrr
W H. Hart, of Hart Furniture lose their Jobs. A number of administrative silk from the cocoons will be Courthoune dour on the firm Mon- day In the month' of Jan
Co., said: "It's by far greater day In the Month of June, 1940 whichx. the 8ld day of Jun
Know and supervisory em reeled off on special apparatusat which la the Srd., day of June Hated this 30ttt day of
Bradford County Farmers than last year's strawberry season '
also must he said. farm and bundled for sale. 1IHO. 1940.
ployes go the
; exceptionally good." Dated UU 9th day of May A. D (OFFICIAt. SEAL) A. J '
From, moth to silk requires a 1940.toh'FICIAL. Clerk of Circuit Court or B
I.. H. Blaalngame. of Carpen- BLITZKRIEGSt. and I PEAI. A. J. Thomas, County Florida. 5-1 "
"it's the best"Nitrate ter's Drug Store had enthusiastic BEES STAGE period of from 25 to 30 days, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Petersburg, What? A each moth lays from 500 to 800 County. Florid i-10( 4t 531orU'.1
reports: "It's helped business con- NOTICE OK 'rntfATl,
siderably. It's much better than blitzkrieg in Florida. That's what eggs at a time. :\ OP APPLICATIONrait : FOR T\\; IIKhD: :
the Harold Rossltera thought recently TttKf.it; (Senate HIM No. inji

last year's season. when a squadron of 10- BOATDRAINBy (Heuntr 11111 >... lll.1) That NOTICF R. S. Wasilln IS HF.RKBY: hol-ifr

of Soda 000 bees attacked their peaceful Mrs. Z. Z. Griffls /NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN, Certificate No 101, l..ued t
Typewriter ribbons otr all kinds situation That T. W. Slaughter: holder of day of July A. U. It:?, hJ
sale the office suburban home. The this Tax Certificates Numbered respectively Ham In my office and hi
for crowd from sec-
at Telegraph A large
252 and 297 l Issued August -
remained critical for hours as the 154, application for a tan dtfillImiued
I tion attended Homecoming at ;':, 1937. has filed name In my thereon. Said erlifk
SCHEDULE Invading horde swarmed aroundIt office and nan made application fur
the following
Sunday brace
? ?4 remained so until succor came Hope Church at Theressu tax deed to be Istmed thereon.Hald property In the County til
,; 'I. e r Nitrateof Northbound certificate respectively em- ,
In the form of Bert Finch a city brace the following ...... ford State of Florida to-f
Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. anda Miss Margaret Morrell Is spend- ertleM In the County of Bradford, Lot 1 of Blk 2 In S W\l\
fireman who used a smudge In Graham Section" 2S Tu]
Potash 12:30 p. m., 1:43 p.. m., 6:10 p. vacuum cleaner to rout the at ing this week in Jacksonvillewith ; I State: NWU of of Florida NWVi Section to-wIt: 2ST Town- 7 South Range 21 East .

m.. and 10:10: p. m. Miss Thelma Prevatt. hlp 7 South, Mange 22 East 40 The aosesnment of the raid,
tackers. said .rtll''
t SouthboundLeaves Mutt Hornsby. Joe Grlffls. Jr.. Acres, Certificate more or .lees No. 254.In embraced : arty sued under wa. In the the name 01(

., l Starke at 2:40: a. m., and Harvey Gainey of Jacksonville under WU of NWfe of SWVi Section 21 A. Barry*
I) i Sul v1i'TT'T Dressing. 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20p. : 32: LICENSES REVOKED IN were visiting Albert Griffis Township 7 South, Rante'22 Eat redeemed UnleBB said according certified to! U>l
op ORANGE 20}Acre, more or less J t!.-embracediunder
m. over the week-end. C/rtrflcata Nq.<'752.NKV4 .' \ Y'tg"hI'h.ttl'r.rJr: : :
led in the number sold
Westbound Orange county -Gene Griffis made a business *f N&K.. ex tT A.( 8: of Pub- to
of driver's licenses revokedby lic road Sec. 29 Township.T South court noun* door on the fir-
Leaves Starke at 5:33: p. m. drunken trip to Gainesville Monday night. Range 22 East, containing 28 a-orea, day In the month of Junwhich <
State Road Patrol for
and 11:30: a. m. Harold Prevatt has been visiting more or less under Certificate : In the Srd day of Jun
1"b..aced: ol
Land driving during recent months No. 2 Dated this 16th day
Eastbound his sister, Mrs. L O. Tyre, 1940
The aHMesnment of the said 1 property
1 Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. m. with a total of 32. Orange and of Florahome. under Bald certificate, No. 254 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J .
Plaster Polk were third In the number wan In the name of T. J.. Alderman; Clerk of Circuit Court of B"
Ticket office and bus depot atConway's with 5 each Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel was the A..e."ment of the said prop- Coanty, Florida. 4-11
of licenses suspended
Service Station corner
; $n.oox Highways 13 and 48. These figures are released in the
first Issue of the state safety

Per Ton SINCE 1883 Journal the "Florida Patrolman'first
l issued In March. 1940. By

been Ballard's an inexpensive Snow Liniment aid in relieving has February 25, 500,000 licenses had :1:: Who can't haveEVERYTHING

v.c. Fertilizers Have Stood Every Test the discomfort of Muscular been purchased but there were ar : says you

Congestion that accompanies estimated 750.000 drivers.

Sprains Strains Bruises, and Mus-
A. M. DARBY'SLOCAL cular Soreness from overexertionor SHRIMP: FACE DESTRUCTION '.

undue exposure. In 30c and Federal agents warned Saturday -

AGENTS 60c bottles. that the shrimp Industry
along the coast of four South :: !

ern states faces destruction unless

JtJ1J}{ 000 Facts That Concern You No. 18 of a Mr(.. emergency protect spawning measures shrimp.are taken The tc

states affected are North Carolina -

South Carolina, Georgia and

Florida. Unusually cold weather

] killed off the shrimp last winter,,

Orn fJ07Ol[ ]@ cJti) ABOUT the survivors officials now explained are spawning, and the In i.

the deep waters where fishing You can have V-8 performanceand -

Is unlimited. The results will be

ccciANDQC C complete loss of the shrimp Industry gas economy, too! Jjfl

they warned unless some
An 85 h.p. Ford gave 24.92 miles per
agreement Is reached for control
gallon in the annual official Gilmore-
Yosemite road test to all
open cars.
This bttt of all standard-
IN TAXES. was mileage
?- West Palm Beach.-B. F. Paty, r

"' NATION WIDE West Palm Beach attorney, in equipped cars id this class! ?

-0- conceding his elimination in the 14

tr' >i 9EF first Democratic primary from You can have easyhandlingwith -

the hard-fought gubernatorialrace
rJ; announced his permanent big-car room and ride!

v } withdrawal from politics. He issued -', Everyone knows how easy it is to drive r! t. :, F .
statement to the
a more
f t
a Ford. But no on* could know, till he gets

I THIS IS WHAT Silt IS MAOI Of IUI AND Alt CONTRIIUTI than 70.000 who supported him inside how big this Ford is in legroom ;'. fe4'a,,,, i rP
I.OOOOOO A DAY IN In the campaign thanking his ti y'
Sunshine malted raln-and dC f
water PROVIOIS BY U. S. 'AIMIIS- seat-room, knee-room nor k ? : 1
hups for avor. Converted into beer TAXIS TO LOCAL 1TATI supporters for what he termed rt : '
by a si in pie natit ra I Mother PRODUCTS NIIDID ay aim AND AND flDIRAl GOVERN> their "unselfish devotion to the what a thrillingly soft steady big-car ;
Nature brews beer-that is why it MINTS. Or$400.000,000 a ride ic gives!
All. Since re-legalization, the cause of clean government. "ThisIs
is in wholesome. brewingindustryhasboughtthis fearlWhatwouldhappen 1 last venture In the (
my political
if there beer t
were no or '
enormous quantity of produce a.letoearrythlsenormous arena" he said "From now on You can have low cost upkeep ..
4 from American farmers. / ,
tax burden? I shall labor & in the
as private
; rA.1 ranks of my party contributingmy and enjoy real fine-car features! t

'.. bit toward the election of the You shift gears on a Ford with the easy s ;{ r

JW'{ of man trust.best" fitted to hold positions acting type finger-tip shift used on costlycars.

el You get a semi-centrifugal clutch _

"THANKS FOR THE tJ_ .,' .." ItKC.VK: SALES RECORDS: giving lower pedal pressure at shifting 't
speeds also typical of .
1011..alll.0v0 Q/10 costly cars to
VVuuchula,-Records for largest % r
ptaplt bqbeerandals nothing of the
say hydraulic I
since tf"irrfttw.rn. More than 10i\ -J: number of sales during a single brakes ever used on a low-cost car. Your
other industries benefit from themaking day toppled twice during the pastweek
1..1 CAME OVER ON THI A NEW PLAN TO COOP. Ford Dealer's ready and willing to trade
and salt of beer and ale. at the State Farmers' Mar #
MAYI'LOWIII'tlgrimrecERATI WITH LAW EN. See him now! \ r '
ords tell how the land'ORC.MENT OFFICERS. ket here, according to officials j j' t

ing of the Mayflower Manager John McEwen. In his
You will want to know about
hastened because the beer's to report this week, stated that officials +c
new plan
"clean-up YOU CAN HAVE
short of A
Pilgrims ran sup-" or close-up" retail establishments thought an all-time record

plles, "etptcialty beer that permit abuses. had been set Monday when 8197

i This plan is in effect in a packages of assorted vegetableswere

number of states. It is being cleared through the market, :
extended. Ask us for free
MILD WHOtlSOMIIVHAOIS but on Wednesday the horde of FORDIIBand }
booklet. Write : United
FOR HOMI INTUTAINMINT. Always easy to Brewers Industrial Foundation. growers returned to the market
serve, beer and ale are favored by many hosts and host :
19 East 40th Street, and cleared a total of 8775 crates
mild and wholesome
esses far home entertainment. -
Tasty! New York, N. Y. of vegetables. In addition to
-they are ideal l< beverages! for moderation, parties.
breaking Monday's record an in- fhat'sovhal you'll want when fry it!

I dividual record was set for cu you
1 0
\S Rtty cumbers alone when 8368 cratesof

BEER. .. a beverage moderation + 9z that product were sold. Wed

nesday's sales brought the week's

business t o 5354540. Theweek's J. W. ANDREWS JSTARKE

proceedings saw the sea- ,

R/ tonal debut of Italian peppers,

FGVC' corn and peas. FLORIDAPAGE

'!':!' ."

1Ut 'I i :o... \ .

I 'W". ". .' ,. .. ,. .../

... .. .. ., .
tlllo1111PTON! _.J
)1.\\; 11,

oxen, which I hear." 1 I I PACK THREE ,

Evening subject, "What -==
profit -

H. Dl 31he ,irisrguhn1es hath a man of all his labour Governorship Race Has Narrowed Down Sl'Nl'Vr I 11lOOFAR.JJ Butler with Mrs. Kelly's parents, t I''

:\larrll\jte which he taketh under the sun7 Ity Mr S: Mr ant Mr*. A, L. Drlxgnra. t 'U i
rl IAI, Mrs. Eva! Birt spent the weekend To Holland 1 Floyd Croiky Miss| Doris I i .;
\i 11:30: & Dyal and Miss AI'T"
at .
1. morning with her daughter, :Mrs. Whitehair Pick Miss .. ( '
.r A1di | SUn J\om the Rev. Ira : Your Man Ar'hamaree Henderson of subs Crosby spent Saturday morning ;A. '
' th'l of Jasper
rllli"1 ''hf Brown, of Gainesville.The it spending this week with In Lake Butler. i' ;' : ''I
) Jal. It WslI G I a (1 y s Hampton ladles will Voters Mr and Mrs Floyd, Crosby. ,
Must i
Warrell servea Choose lictwcen The Two Mr. and! Mrs Jean Vining of ? : ,
!1ee 1f earl: Cheaser were chicken supper at the school In 2nd Mr and Mm. J. L. Pnrrlah Lake Butler were visiting Mr. '., .

air*1U'HP t lb. s ono I house, May 20th, beginning at'' Primary, Mau 28th spent last( week-end In Lake Butler and Mrs!! ('. C. Crosby Thursday '. ,:" I
"I tB. iD Pl8rrlage of,, 0:30: p. m. The proceeds will be Just about aa with relatives.Mr. night. 1 ; "

'uoyr;./ )t8hrneB aSi Sr, Mr.I' used for church benefits. Everybody it is "Holland everyone/und White-expected 'i I arc after-election being rehashed"let-down, machines," I issues/ I and Mrs. Warren Kelly of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Pone : : 'J I

I 1911 ift George bawtey. BothryppuIpd Is Invited. hair In the second primary" The I being rt'olled and forces arc be- Lake fuller\ spent the weekend l and family of Waldo spent the ,

18 rom The Baptist W. M. U. sponsoreda fight to the finish for the i! are with Mr. and, 1.11'11. C. C. Crosby weekend with Mrs. Pons'' mother, :" ''
\ off governorship Iing i gathered! together for the '\ '' : ,
f b thVoughoutlthe shower at the home of Mrs C I I of Florida will be staged battle royal which must inevitably Mr. and Mrs Raymond Oliver I'I Il.in. J. N. Kelly Sunday they ,\ a
: l much sue- A. Warren, Thursday, May 9th between these two of Jacksonville visited !Mrs Swinton
.11 I\'I*. UUTU gentlemen I come before the second prl- were! recent guestsof Crosby, who t ''I nII r
.: "ho bapplnPSS at three p. m., in honor of Mrs. within the next two weeks. Although | mary on May 28tn. Mr and! Mrs. J. N. Kelly and 'has, been sick for some time ::1 '\ r'r
d i
,' aTlveI, A. B. Simmons. there has been the usual Latest almost-complete tabulation Mr. and Mrs C. C. Closby.Q. I' Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and I' ,

ReV, c A Warren will fill The bride received many beau- ..f,. ,.-' -1'0, -" ___ of state-wide returns gave-, M Bennett spent the weekend I son Henry, spent the weekend ,i, a 1
at the tiful and useful t 'W'. '''' "' In Therosaa with Mr. and In Jacksonville .'
presents, for ',' } ; : > Holland n commanding lead of with relatives. :.
BHptlatapchurchhere. next which she showed much apprecia '''. 23.317 votes Mrs. C. Sullivan and attended! the --- ,k '
m 1 over his running-
May Wrt morning and: tion. Ice cream and cake were ;' :' mate and rival. With all but Homecoming at Hope Baptist I All legal blank, promissory! "$ ,' tt '
y. ; 'AN: ,
Church ,
' I served at the conclusion. >, 31 of Florida's 1,429 precincts Sunday notes, retain/ title note' carrte dl\ J. j
1X0orntr.J, g v" +' Mr. and, Mrs J. R. Kelly and. In Mock the j yl
'" subject used for the morn- i iI ts "reported in" the first of the I by Bradford County : ; 'J'T..kKraph. r 3/f
be "What meanB Engraved sympathy ackuowl-1 I "St 41A 4', week the children spent Sunday In Lake :: r
Ih."Y. rvlce will ;: ,. ;;;; ,t,, vote stood : Holland ;B, .
t of the sheep in edgements. Inexpensive Bradford 1KU84, Whitehair 02,867. Bradford '

Trod/ ,. Bert,! bleating anu the lowing of the County Telegraph. \M County followed the popularI FUNERAL DIRECTOR !:' ; ; ;';' ; I

"IIal.o. I trend by plumping solidly in the ,
; !My !Many Ye-ur Experience: Makes! It 1'onniblo/ for y:'l ; (
o.J.. I : ; Holland column;, while Whltehalr Ale to RenderEFFICIENT. I t t11" I

v. ", -1J1: ; I I run third I PROMPT and COtlUTlIOl'S: SEKVICKMODKIJATE : I; .1

httr tr 1 TIIICES ':
Others in the 11-man governorship t.

d n.f..r'.rr. 1 I i., "' ". .. .".. h I contest stood aa follows: DeWITT Starke C.Florida JONES ;t' ''j/:,':LM,1:1 ,r ,
"'ullel'Vltfl"en., 79,052; B, F ., I. 1 (

AndIprll" ; lie Was High !Man i Pnty 74,29-1. : Walter Fraser, 33.079 : .- ./' ) ,'/11'.

: James Barbee, 33,774; HunsWalker. )j4 ,'
J. at I I SpessArd L>. Holland: Born In +dta ,WA I ", '',ri:
20,933 Burton .
t ; Schoepf i '1'\'\ 1 r ,
I. Bartow; 47 years of age an at- 7,961; Frederick Van Roy, 2,790; irvNRBFTY .". ,t J ,""f:
LifA torney-at-lawj; decorated for bravery J. H. Clancey, 2,762; and Curl I '' '
't 'il:
In the World War; served Maples, 2418. l I "l ..
'sal: eight years in the State Senate.1'llInks The 1,391 precincts reported ,, j 1 J', I.1

' 111I,, In Ills Platform gave Charles O. Andrews, the In. ," J ,1'i
qyId.r .
Equalization and reduction of cumbent 174,183 votes for "! \ : '
re- \ ," ,;',
,.d 1 re rti taxes. nomination as United States senator f' ,I c' ,

ti tiI I! Repeal of gross receipts tax. against 77,580 for Jerry W. Do Your Trading f .,'
I.alld I I. Reforestation. Carter, who will oppose him in I ""i ("

,IlnqrIdq, Improvement of public schools. lie Was Second the second primary. i
Pensions for the where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are ,j 'E ,
aged depen-
Bernarr Mac Fadden t
was thirdat '
dent and i Francis P. Whltchalr: Born In given with $10 in trade 1 !
t afflicted. 69,859; Gov. Fred P. Cone away every {,: :,
enro : Home rule In counties. Chapman, Kansas; 39 years of polled 65.073; Charles Francis or certificates. ::1'f
. Continued age; came to Florida in 1910; A re RedeemedIn q ,
'Ii d development of state Coe netted 33,006. and O. n. .
'Idld, AU as nation's playground. prominent Deland" attorney; a Hazen had 4663. Caxh If SMITH'S GARAGE Ii '
"self-made man; worked his Il 1. rSTAnKE.
Wider, better, and safer high- Other races: You ChooHO '
ways.Fxpanston. way through school. I FLORIDA I IiIIu : :,
eN13a a rink In Ills Platform Attorney general 1317 precincts 1
of public welfare : Ed, R. Bentley 109.432; J. ,

der I and public health programs. Simplification of state govern Tom Watson 105,298; E. P. Mar- U !!!II!If!!IryNIIrUAlIN4ANMIrI!!!!,' "IIINIAl11NIIp11NlIUIII/II' "' '/' 'WINYUrIIAIINIIMMNIIMMpNNYNHIIINIANIIIWIXNIIINIINIIn11AINII'''''' '' ,'' .'. "" ... '. ."' ""'IIIN1MIIIrIIAjINnNtlilalNNllllaNn/1IN4eN' / S I '
tlJun Improved conditions. for work- ment. tin 38,196; E. B. Donnell 34,047; All'4/NWNWYII.IIIIIAaNl6i.LINNINrhrIlAINIpIINIIIINNaIIr11., ,, ""dIlAIIIIIWILNNILA.II/NIWIIWIaIIle11NINrNINN1eIIINIIYNiNWNI" '/ '''''''NNIIIIILI1lYIIIIILNN.MIL' ''' '" "t I j t't'I '

Junof lug people. ienced Appointment men and of women.capable, exper- I and Millard Conklin 29668. II; j'j'fd r : '

Preservation of law abolishing Abolition of Comptroller-1300( precincts: J. I I i cJ "
waste and
tBss di a ? 4, payment of poll taxes. nation of corordl- Lee 233,412; Edwin O. Fraser, i
ija A'v Merit appointments in state offices governmental activities. 81,022; Frank Brown 46.237. I : '(.
Adequate provision for aged I
r; based on ability. Treasurer-1300 precincts: J. I '
and 1 1I
A Elimination of personal and Edwin Larson 143,912; W. M. I
D $ factional Schools equal to the best in
1631Y $g. polillcs.Agricultural the land. Walnwright 120,803; and R. L. : i \,"
Y t livestock, and Industrial Richard 39,687.
Find financial relief for, and '
. development Railroad commissioner 1249 I :
.dh cooperate with towns and cities. ; 'r'I'I
.dh State regulation of salary buy- The best and safest highway precincts: W. B. Douglass 147,- I rI
PnIn :580; and S. C. Peacock 113.107. I':
ers.Fair and helpful treatment for system In America. Congress Second DIstrlct249of / r .

1of labor. Conservation and developmentof 263 precincts: R. A. Green 46- I I. .
natural resources. I '
to. 725: ; J. G. Cary 19,878; Charley .
Honest and wholesome enter- :
6.00-16 FLA. STATE FARMBy tainment for tourists. E. Johns 14,194. I if I
Mrs. Koy Roberts No political/ Interference with Congress! Third District--30t .:
sl I
dot of 314 precincts: Robert F. Sikes I ''I

t Mrs. Jack White and little son, Citrus Commission. 24,205: ; Parkhlll Mays 23.010; G. I .. L I.,
Encouragement of I live I stock, l' "
Billy, of Jacksonville are spend Pierce Wood 14.458; and D. \ t t .
a A ling several days here with her hog tries. poultry and fishing indus Stuart Glllls 11436. I !I i

0IAT ;kr.7 mother, Mrs. Clennle McLendon DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH

fir : I: and brother, Paul McLendon. Protection and preservation of Mr and Mrs. H. J{, McRae Saturday I
forests. I I
' Mrs. Sadie Hershfleld is spendIng Assistance i
unof of legitimate labor Mr. and Mrs. H C. Groover of
I "
some time In New York City movements. J Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy "I
Miami of J A. Harn
were guests

at with Goodman.her daughter Mrs Harriett organizations.Aid and assistance to Veteran age and family Monday. I r Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. I I't.I t.t.r
9 Mr. and Mrs Felix Sapp spent I''

Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dudley and Encouragement of women to Sunday at Sampson City with .. ,,, ,
I I have returned from 'take Al1lAll, "nNlNnala/sa/IrnLIINMNA1.14NIr'. ''',''' / >'. '' '' '' "' '-"Mini"'' A".xnLIIIIIIIYIXIMfIIIr1A/nAI.IX.NANII.IINIINNInnIIIIINNIN''' '! ''''' '' ' !!'! ''' '/ ''| '' -'i'imiiir'''' ".nlmnranllNMNMUI' | .|, n _
: I I son Ralph a more active in
1 1I part public .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. IMNnNI1MII111IIMIAPoIIUIIAIIN/ '''''' ''' '' ./..I"'UI.'' mnuimiinmHiiMmmjKHiCheck '!' '!' '''''' """''"' "" AIItlIIIIIId111NNIItlIIINIIIAIINmpNtlINIr1NtlNN1"" ''''!'! '!! ''!!''!!' '' INMN'1In71M'!!'' !:'!!!!!!AM1N'ullApl9Nrfo' .''! I!'
two weeks' visit In West Florida affairs.

The many friends of Mrs. Jor- No Invasion! of American rights.

dan are glad to know that she Is

able to be at her home again VANDERUILT WtNor6Wrrr the All-Star Features in

after in in Do-
being a hospital
fly Mine Velma Norman
than Ala., for several weeks

Miss Roberta Whitfield and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward.

Mary Jo Caldwell are visitingfor and children and Mr. and Mrs. I THE LEADERS) LINE-UP

'several weeks with Mrs. B. George Thomas of Gainesville were

Whltfield In Fruitland Park. visiting Mr. and Mrs. William

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince and Sapp and family Sunday.Mr. and choose the leader-Chevrolet/

s ) daughter, Sadie spent the week- and Mrs. H. L. Norman you'll I
end in Dublin Ca. and family were dinner guests of

Mrs. G. H. Moncrief and daugh Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and

ters, Doris and Jessie, Mrs. Fel- family of Wood lawn Sunday. '
: J the biggest tire PICK YOUR SIZE AT THESE ton Mills and daughter Alice Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Faulkner WHY PAY MORE ?
the year!Just imagine and little son, Johnnie have returned r
of Fort Lauderdale spent Satur-
the famous tOw from a two weeks' visit
I { Firestone PRICES
? day night with Mr. and Mrs. Ben
dud Tire! backed by a with friends and relatives In Faulkner and family.
tit lifetime Chattahoochee and Marianna. WHY ACCEPT
guarantee at LIST YOU PAY Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Renfroe 1.
5 lE i discount IIZI I Misses Doris Scoff, Virginia
list .
OQ price. Culberth and Pete Eckles of and son, Samuel were visitingMr.
let! extra protection dinner and Mrs. Miller Johns and

1st blowouts because the 4.40/4.so.21_ $1.10 $5.58 Jacksonville guests of Mr were and Mrs.Sunday Roy Rob- family of New River Sunday. TM Bfr1+ Ill! of tM Y.e

body' is made oC patented 4.71/LOO-IL. 1.95 5.78 erts and daughter, Enza Weaver. Mrs. William Sapp and children on HIYMr d'ebd C.n ,

Gum.Dipped cords. 4.11/4.71/1.110-20. 8.60 6.21 They were accompanied back to and Mrs. Sue Sapp were round Only on Ch.vrokUnd "
ad the and Mrs. J, H.
tough Enza. visiting Mr Alr Itof
Jacksonville by IM
silent anri In Eye
earing tread gives, long. 1.25-21__ 10.65 7.77 Little MIss Helen Whitfield 19 Wainwright and family of Hell. BuOnm. on L+sd B.+

ileage with non-skid you longer safety. 1.25/1.50-17"_".. 9.15 7.08 visiting in Bhmlngham Ala., bronn Hprings Saturday after I tram Front of Cdlb 1. p..ty

*- .. 1.5/5.10-1'_._ 9.20 6.75 with her cousin, Peggy 1'utman.Mrs. noon.Mr. tat Inah. T/iqlt
uuu.u. aril. Mrs Ellery Johns and t
_. Ella Bouvier spent the day 714i Drlv.r 6Rnrl
.LIFETIME 1.25s.sals11.50 8.37 I Jin Jacksonville tiiday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Ellery; Sapp and .o% Aulom+ac 4nW,. /. IIV
['try 11.90 8.66 I J Wallace is spendingthis family of Vanderbilt spent the 'It
Firestone __ Buy
Tire 1.25/1.18-20. .
'-nUtn lifelime carries a week In South Jacksonville weekend with friends and relatives 1 Bartl..r, gu.dl.r ...allet.ra.IA.I

hmirod ro 12. J8 guaranree-nor or Z4 :] '.25/1.10-11._ 12.90 9.37 i with her mother .I in Jacksonville.
bill I fur months Johns and In Sat
the Mr. and Mrs. Emery W0v
full life of the tire Mrs. (Hob Kite and her aunt .nl.Cm'
ItIlhour lime or mileage lirnir. Price Include/ Your Old hr.0th. and uncle Mr and, Mrs. Glen'I Mrs Sarah Alvarez and family I llonr

ftT y;!'J Jf eJ+?irTm: ., sr... Poportlon.t.r Low Terrell of Tallahassee are spending i were visiting Mr and Mrs. Carl s For groahn, Mor. R.11.bb Opr + 1111

I "ytr several days sight seeing In I I Sapp of Hellbronn Springs Sun r Cwt+ 1,... bo Run ah+n .n BIY --
Nsw LoW PRICES Washington D. C., and other day. A Bla
-T---Tr. v; : places of interest. I I Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett of I
Mr and 1 ut tIt'
Starke were
Mr. and Mrs. Windham of
/ > I I Mrs. F. M. Norman Sunday after- I M Lrw U.rl +
fH tone Gainesville were Sunday dinner Do tra. da..IN
$ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jordan. noon. .D. Sp
j Miss Ruth Alvarez was the

guest of Miss Irene Lewis of Rising NO OTHER CAR a. arJl... of Prt<. COMBINES

'L100.I, HERE HEALTH Carl R"ddlslhas returnedto 6 OTHER CAR R.gord/M of Pr/c
THEIR Brooklyn, N. Y., after spend.
[K 9s 7j651 LM.MIAITHV ing some time with Mr. and Mrs. as .

In Czarist Bassia I the peasants Ury Reddish. MASTER COUPE

L era's before dining observed l fae practice austtl15S
Ot01 ....
OLD AND TIRE YOUR ..o roue Oda 1I of placing their knife and GUM I1RANCHKy ..- .......wahsST. .

fork on their plate In the tttrm of Mitts Olzabeth Harnaga 0' Flint, lo'ch'I;

a crcxM. A J models" !prKYd cad' I
Many strange/ customs prevailed Mrs. Mancle Clemons of MiamiIs bad on ,
Hj"t In days gone by. but In thin day spending this week with her Tr nSPO Clnd turn I ) loxes ('f I ony !

and age with I science more father, J. A. Harnage and family. ibis' en' and! occeu' r.
exact-MILK It rated l by health. :Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Sapp and opono., .**'";" subject ,to .

? authorities an mankind' MOST children spent the week-end In ri.-8.o.' price FIRST AGAIN. '

I IfASY TERMS'NQ' DSn valunble foo.1. For .trf'nJt1hn. Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. wifhouTorode i rwticdwnae ;1
n duran vitality MILK Ifl A. J. Williams. 'I'I I'

rig. 'r N Fw wo.. (pith Sri ,lrtiel... CA..io.. If... ...d. I- WITHOUT par the PKRFECTfood ; Mr. B. M. McRae and children' .
,h, 'vwr.t ap.ak., afoni. tfu ''''.'0.. Fmelorv .." 6sA.6.tt.!' ALL *. SERVE: IT of Pine Level and Mrs Allen
N.B.C. ,.. for agp
R.d N.tnorh, B.UiwtJ I.t 1A. JV... York .IeI. FurMLTH'S
RAIL"'. Hall and son Harley of Jacksonville .

PETERSON'S were visiting relatives here Chevrolet C f '

GARAGEStarke Thursday. ,
IIEALTII BCILDERS I Mr. and Mrs. T, N Norman

MUk Cream I I and daughter, Dorthea and Mini
Florida rhone 171 Delivery1 Elizabeth'i Harnage were visiting STARKE, FLORIDA t:; .1


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beautiful poem on ports of the
FOt1R of everybody I reading a SessiotL
s pitchers I.&dMI'II
ington Springs, secretary of the been sllppln He's 'Mother's Day. Auxiliary. Sigma ChI
read the minutes Of In the drugstore with Smith gave an Inter- E.. and Sunday School weroh
I and CLUBS J association 'em unawares, L F.
the previous meeting business, was following trans been one 'of those darn flash-bulb esting'account oWalls"f article taken .by group a, representative Of s
routine the '
which My cow tha's "Within' These
.. .buslne88'se.. cameras
-- the Outlook
S. Circles acted. get-cha! from the World
Bible School Baptist W. M. the presidentof way they always Philharmonis
Turner-Collins Vacation sion a report from F. Clark the Rotary'sace Mrs Pearl Simpson ably MUSJC: Clubcussed ]\
Commencement Exercises Met Tuesday each club was read. Robert 'em he the article "Augusta Presents Program
Miss Martha Christine Collins I Mr., W. C. 'Gilbert of Mac- I speaker, has for Wesley Gilbert"
numbers one too Named
daughter of Mrs Winnie Townsend Commencement exercises at Baptist Circles 6th, clenny presented the following can put it down on paper In a Homes Mr.: K. G. Duncan '
: him .
of Lake Butler. was of the Vacation and two. met Monday May : The, club sponsored phut
Collins !
the program of tie
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez the Air" con of the Starke Worn.
at of close
united In marriage on Friday Bible School at the Starke Baptist at 3:30 o'clock. Report of the'' convention "Town Meeting At the meeting ,: I q
L April 19 to Mr. Leo Kenneth Church will be held tonight entertained Circle One. and Sarasota by Mrs. J. E.! Franklin test and he. walked away with. Mrs. Robinson and presided at the reguiM
Turner son of Mr. and Mrs. R. (Friday) at 7:43: o'clock: Mrs. Mable Stringfellow' .Circle of Glen St. Mary. fourth prize five dollars: .reckless i served delicious Ice cream held Wednesday, May g,
gettin1 present. It S
J, Turner of New River. The The public is Invited to these Two. Address by Mrs. Thurston Theodore Young's cake to the 18 members o'clock 1 In the club buil!
with a dip .
took place at the Baptist a typical pro- In the first Mr .. Loyd King Roberts president of the State these days-'saw him
ceremony; at which Following the
Church .In Lake Butler of the Vacation Bible who Is conducting Baptist :BlbleI Federation who told of the work GIRL tother night Teddy Church Supper Held regular bun,

Mr Turner: graduated from gram wUl be presented, and certificates I School led the devotional and of the club and its farreachingeffect. hadda chaperone who hates pub At Presbyterian Manse session, Mrs. L. A. Canova,
s School. C. Is out
Bradford County High School In recognition will be usual business followed. After The speaker gave a licity And Carolyn man of music presented the '

the class of 1940, 'and was captain given-1 30 of those who' have the meeting the hostess served brief but interesting resume of .ta please. Wednesday May 1. all members harmonic Music Club of i
football 1 during attendance and delicious refreshments of coffee activities of the Jacksonville club of our sailor boys heard Presbyterian Church,
of the team bM V;! regular In Two of the' : yltls in a delightful I ..
the, last seaaon. have done all work arranged. and pie. of which she'U' a member and from, this week.i .Frank Hemingway and a few' friends were present During .the social Ptogh4at '
J t Handwork of -the pupils will The second met at the State' past president. in closing she .'way' out In San Diego a church supper'at the Presbyterian hour tel

Methodist Intermediates display. Practical Farm, had as Its 'co-leader Mrs. urged all club members to become Cat.-Saya he likes It, but not as Manse.: Roses, poppies oua refreshments of sand; '",

also useful be on obJeCt., both for themselves :Arch Thomas', who conducted the federation minded bringing well ai Fla He'd better not! and sweetpeas were used for decorating and Ice tea were Served H

tj;' Enjoy Lake Outing; and '' and for others have been meeting and led the devotional' : out the old adage that in. unity I Luther Lennon home on leave In the dining' and living eases' for the afternoon ..,,
Mrs. R, A. Thomas told an interesting lies strength. inin' about those terrible at, seven o' .
this and compla 'Was
Friday afternoon, May 8, the made In all departments Malcolm room. Supper Mrs.. O. L Beetle Y, chair:
of the story about Missionary Introduction of 'Mrs. Navy haircuts They Jus'zip clock, guests being seated at one
Intermediate Department Mrs. E. L.
c9 Church enjoyed year.The led by work In Chili. A fine report Smith of Tampa, secretary of the. the clippers around your head large table and smaller ones I In Moipus, Mri. f,
Methodist been
First has
school the Personal Ser- Federation, by Mrs. Rob the chair, Stump, Miss Evelyn
by State outta
given were
and picnic worker was and shove you the front room 29 people Stump;1t
t party special
an .afternoon Mrs.: 'Ljoyd King Chairman. Mrs.. S. E. Sparks. Mrs. Smith expressed her artistry a-tall, M. F
erts. Not
cupper at the lake home of Judge the Florida Baptlat Sunday vice he says present. Brown Mrs. L. D. VAt ,
and Mr. E. K, Perryman. linderi School Board and has been Nine members and one visitor delight at being with the Trl- a-tall 8 o'clock an annual church Mrs. Edward Burns 81'Id' U-,., j
were present. Mrs. L. A. County members the big at which re H. HU1.
directed Working with Hall Philip meeting: was held
After a swim games were 6 ,great success. month New-
? nolds will be hostess next Piano solo, Miss Dorothy Blzness
)by: )frl. Frank Robinson.*' UVs-A. King as teachers and help-[. Springs. fence-post magnate
to this Circle burn of Worthington
Phil WonderIf i
Doris rushln says
Thole attending were:: Palsy I err have been Silcox: Mrs Mrs. J. A.I; Mrs. Stringfellow, assisted by Accord Ian solo Jackie Roberts! Is he cuts those posts himself? I' WISH TO EXPRESS MY
Miss Ruby
Keene, Barbara Keen, Tommie her daughter, Betty served1 deli- of Worthington Springs
and Billy Smith Shirley Colley, I Ennis, Miss Martlle Hemingway cious refreshments.So Reading, "What Money Well Abe Lincoln did you APPRECIATIONTO
I Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot. Mrs. L. Q.Powell know .
Mina Bishop,
frances Colley few attended last Monday Couldn't Buy" Miss Mary Sue of
Comer ferryman Marjorie Davies Mrs. S. E. Spark. Mrs. night, the regular meeting was McGlll of Lake Butler. Seenaroundtown: Old him friends right by THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT FOUR

iI Ida Lulu Davis Freddie WlmB-: Tom Mrs.Harding'Geo. Anderson Mrs. H. ,A.Mrs.Lawson R.- postponed until the 12th. Vocal solo. "Sing Me To Sleep," I Jake without Johns recognizing passln' him since he GRAHAM, HAMPTON & TIIERESSA FOIiTilE I IPAGE

berly, Virginia Sewell Arlene I Mrs. Joe Hill Williams of Lake; off The CONFIDENCE BESTOWED ON ME
Thomas. Mrs. L. W. Simmons, shaved his mustache
Wanda Pearce
Elise Green, piano
Dew Roberts accompanied at the
Garnita Hutto, Steve,WeldoD.. Joe and Arch Thomas, Jr. The story Mrs. Thurston Butler Miss, Vivian Fowler, also of hairs were splitting, Jake says BY ELECTING ME TO THE BOARD OF

Andrews, Lyle Anderson, Mrs L hour at the opening exercises has Addresses Tri-County Meet by So he decided to get a fresh COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.! AND I WILL I

f. Smith and the Rev, and Mre. been conducted several morningsby Lake Piano Butler solo "Clair Le Lune" start He's lettln' it grow DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE FOR THE

Frank Robinson Lloyd "Uncle Rex" King. Mrs C. D. Newburn of Worthington (DuBusaey), Mrs. George Plattsof again i Sappo Ingram won BETTERMENT OF BRADFORD COUNTY
'. of the in have a tennis
Springs, president der-in' they'll
Trl-County Federation of Wom- Macclenny. StaikeWomen's tournament again this year I 1 Thank You

I AM DEEPLY GRATEFUL. en's Clubs, presided at the semiannual Choral numbers, the Don't blame him All the girls
Chorus, Mrs. L, A, Can-
meeting last Friday afternoon get a heart throb when they see T. C. CHASTAIN
To my friends' for the good work they are doing; in in the Starke Woman's Club ova director; Mrs. E. M Davis, Siippo's graceful physique on the i

my behalf. Although my work prevents me from making building, where the auditoriumand accompanist hour the tennis court W. T. Weeks in (Paid Political Advertisement)
an extensive campaign before the Second Primary, sun parlor were decorated During the delicious Hiil.id town He's with the Fla. j
I want each and every ,voter in Bradford County to with arrangements of roses. Highway Patrol now you know'

know that I will appreciate anything done in supportof In the absence of Mrs K. G. course. Look out, you reckless drivers RE-ELECT

my candidacy.J. Duncan, president of the local Baptist W. M. S. To Meet .
club Mrs A. Z. Adkins gave. the Sorry I didn't get to see that
F. KICKLITER. address of welcome. Mrs. Marcus The W M. S. of the Bupllut famed litter of pups around at
will hold a business and .
Howard of Lake Butler gave Archibald Johns' tother week,
Candidate for Supervisor of Registration! the response, program meeting Monday afternoon One or his big setters gave birthto

(PaM Political J\dn'rtl".nl'nt) Mrs. Albert Miller of Worth- at 3:30: o'clock eight, and they were ALL .

males: Phenomenal eh what

Mr. Johns Buys in all his

..,. Callstreet years of breeding dogs, he never t

Carolyn .
heard<< of sucha thing

No fan mall this week, tsk, tsk.

To The Voters fo Bradford County:: ) I And no poetry sent In! That

Hi, good people of Bradfon I ready knows his three R's, according -. means I'll have to get original ;

County my liens t You all, I to his man-of-war expressions Listen ta this: "Roses are I

We are now approaching; the second Democratic know me! An' I'm set for Jus about the friend red. Violets are blue. But Just I

election. As candidate for the office of the second primary and some liest four-months-old I've ever set don't let that worry you." i -
Primary a more blow-out and l piff-pow, and eyes on is Mr. and,I Mrs T. T, 'Bye .
School Superintendent I solicit your continued sup' more fireworks than Hallowe'ei: Long's Tommy You could counl Carolyn.. !

port and renew my pledge for a democratic administration and Fourth of July put together on him to keep his mouth shit'I

of the schools of this county. Thereis Wa-hoo! In a light spot Always. laugh Methodist: WSCS Circles
in" wonder If he'll sprout his'papa's ;
administration of this Get tin' offa that dyna-mlght;; ; :Met Monday of Last Week
no place in the school contagious howl! Than Jusl I
subject 'snw Marjorie Stump]
for "SPOILS SYSTEM: and if electedI In ''a few, 'course. I'd be showin' ull I A. .J. 'GRIFFIS
county a steppln' high las' Sunday i i a The two circles of the Woman's
shall give the same courteous consideration to ready-alm-fire dress of colon the Ignorance I've managed tc Society of Christian Service of
hide so fur If'I' tiled to name all
No that rouse the savage soul t to the Methodist Church met Mon.
and child in the county.
man, woman fair town's
every our pretty babyfacesThe : SUPERINTENDENTI
envy That red hat didn'thurt day afternoon. May. 6, at 3:30: COUNTY
teacher, bus driver, or any other person connected matters, either! o'clock for the regular business

with the schools need have any fear of losing! his 'Got to thlnkln tother day Presbyterian-Episcopal pet and program; meeting. continued

or her position because of differing with me in 'funny how everything seen (10 Dhow part of their Bible School Circle No.1. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman wish to again thank you for your

come In spells in Starke-viile activities, was quite tha thing. leader, met at the home of and and for the good work
political principles. If I am elected there shalt he Looklt tha marriages Dot The pig (yeah there'uz a pig) Mrs. E. L. Matthews with Mrs. loyalty support !

no espionage on employees" in the school system, j Bishop and Hilly Powell Lorraine pulled right outs his dignity and W. E. Middleton as co-hostess. you are doing; for me. My health is still improving -
Smith and Charles Priest, Jua almost outa the rope lied to his and
but each individual employed shall have the democratic Spring flowers, sweetpeas
I nlta Barefoot and Simeon Phil leg .. Las' year they hadda calendulae predominating were but attending physicians have advised
right of freedom of speech and freedom of lips 'n' others; almost 'tha same bed bug It'sa great world, it used In decorating.Mrs. .

suffrage as befits a free people in (ree democratic time .?,. 'Hear the atralnln thIs tha bugs. don't get-cha! Perryman presided over' that I stay in doors part of the time. Re-

America. .. .. about to bind 'nother blinded Post Office employees are look. the business meeting and Mrs. gardless of circulating reports, I invite my
pair 'Wish I could tell you In' forward to tha new P. O. with William Blair gave the devotional ,

,\ who; you'd die laughln'-laws} unbecoming eagerness Saw service, using as her topic friends to come to see me as I will enjoy see
met I And all the house-bull. Postmaster Fred F. Stump John "Love".

Dr. W. E. Middleton In* too 'Jus look around Powell & E. M. Davis standing The leader presented, Mrs. E.L. ing you and talking with you.
More new homes sproutin up oval i In a row backa the old P. O.
s.. Williams, who gave an InterestIng -
town K. G. Duncan's, S. :X3, look In' at the new site recently )
article on "Home ,MissionaryWork (Paid Political Advertisement
(Paid) Political Advutl.ement) Sparks! and others And think Kllery Davis & Fred Stump
la Mexico". Concluding the
o' the house-build spree just were bltin' on their tasty A. P.
Informative talk
program was an
finished on Church Street. H cigars ta help 'em concentrate,
"Silver Jubilee Work In Africa",
Don't know about but I'm and John's o' humor
:.. you sense wuz
given by Mrs." J. W, White.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF gonna be at the American Legion goin strong What the new During the social hour the two VOTE PORTEND SUPPORT 1
Hall Monday night klckln' mydonkeylike P. O. Isn't gonna have' wouldn'tbe hostesses served salad
a course
THE JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT heels to that round worth bavin S'even gonna I
EIGHTH to! the fourteen members present
music with the square corners sporta "swing room" t J I Hot-
Mrs. Frank Robinson and Mrs.
4 Ialgg n ,* that Is to say the Jubilee cha; am I mortified! L. S. Hutto were Joint hostesses HAL Y. MAINESCandidate
III Bill-hlllles are gonna test the
Went out with the editor tother
I .' at the home of the former on
timbers again mom In' to see the salplngostyliscoellstinas Church Street" to the member
Starke has some cute tots ,
Don't worried
get af Circle No. 2, Mrs. L. D. Green
1: : F'rlnstance consider Dot & S. R.Johns' I' It Isn't a new bug or a fancy leader.Mrs..
demure little Annprettylittle for from Mars .
name the Men Green conducted the busl-
so-and-so, And Lula & I
Jus' harmlesH little'Wild flower "
a less meeting and Mrs. A. Wood / For
t E. Toroile'a I ,
young Billy Is a case '
They're the Robert Wadlows talked on "Citizenship" for thelevollonal '
"n1 a half 'Looks like he alBITZ 10f Ua
the fambly'and:
violet grow period. w. STATE SENATOR
only In Bradford County my dean Mrs. L. D. Vining had chargef

? 4r Seems that the botanists and the program and began by
I weedologlsts at the University of

Florida are makln quite a fuss

THEATRE over 'em and are we proud to LAFFIT-OFF : y He Was The High Man

I have such a distinguished ''flower h

ST.tllKK i LORIi/A Ih our midst' If you wanta In Both Counties In

lee 'em, you gotta get up early y ,:
PROGRAM 1 though, cause they go,to nothing .t
t-talt around about 9'o'clock 'x The First Primary.i

Today Double and Feature Saturday Can't: stand the hot'sun ..> /l; L ,

'Ever mistaken somethln' that In Union -
"FLIGHT ANGELS" Isn't for somethln' that is? .. i i

Jam Wyntan {Wayne Morris. Neither have I. ." Its: this way: i s'r n.>

Virginia Ilruce A man brought an egg;, with another l His Home County.

The splendid vote received by me in each Voting and"RHYTHM cute little one.:grown out I

OF THE an top of It, 'in to.th4 Telegraph
in each is and ?
Precinct county deeply sincerely
las' week The egg, :wuz loa
;appreciated, and is considered as an expression of RIO GRANDE" glass and the glass''was: three- I / Vote

,your confidence in me. It is a genuine testimonialof With Tex Ritter fourths full of a c..my.lookln.meal. He Continues To Solicit Your

Chapter 7 of "The Shadow"Sun. When the Editor' camen
approval from ,you. It is necessary'that a Sec- from around' and, saw it, for And Support Upon His Qualifications -

.ond Primary be held in order that your Judge may' ., Mon., May 19-20 he first time slttln' in there he up. BO1.

be nominated for appointment by a majority of "YOUNG TOM EDISON"With thought it was-gueu what- Joni. r7 dayYorr'r. And To Serve Not
: oal -yoa STILL Ability
Kxla .
Yum. ? ,
the democratic voters of the circuit. Your supportand :Mickey Koonry yum ,; I mill gee goad pay*
Seems that Dr. la
ALSO Selected Short Herlong get-
vote on May 28th will be deeply and everlastingly :Ln' mighty tired of a certain : FJflPler'.r'eLlabWty Upon Any Demerits Of His Opponent

appreciated. May justice always I be Twothty, May 21, only bargain he made with Mrs. H. : I* where protecting
"3 CHEERS FOR TilE You know he planted three-quart
tempered with mercy. I you and
IRISH" era of an acre ofrwwawberrtesmd a.i".I

promised Mrs. Herlong all

A. Z. ADKINS Pritollla AND SHORT Ln -SflUECTS Alan Hale average he profits season therefrom It wouldn't. In have an HAROLD C. WALL YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL

Candidate for renomination for appointment as mounted to so awful much ".
"'rd., Thur. May %%-3 APPRECIATED'Paid
Circuit fudge But with the phenomenal success GFMfitAE INSURANCE BE
"PRIMROSE PATIi"Ginger of 1940 Mrs. H. has already net. 1 VOU HAVE.j
too J20O( ,from the !j
postage-stamp PLEASE
Rogers Joel! MeCrra PHONE
(Paid Political Advertisement) ( Political Advertisement)
SELECTED SHORTS patch Is Doc's face red?
Heard Powell Carpenter has -

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I' Marvin 1''.. Thompson of Law }Mrs Powell HonoredAt Miss Virginia Kidd. and Nina HARKKLI: TII.NKS'OTltRS t
tey was visitor in Starke Wed -- Bishop.
momID ChinatrystalShower: I wish to take this method of
_.__. nesday < He recently returned ,
--- -- --- --- --------- Miss Marjorie Stump pianist ,
- '
==;--: expressing my deepest appreciation t i'
from where he has
-" was Mr. and Mrs W. B. Alexanderand Mrs. L. D. Vining spent Moth been during the A delightful affair of the past furnished music during the receiving for the splendid vote given 1,'I: r
: winter,
Fadgett of Biooker Friday, Miss Wilma Alexander were er's Day In Dublin, Ga with her week was the china and crystal hours. me In the first primary electing: :, .; i {;, 1,
to'starke last visiting relative In Waldo Sun parents Mr and Mrs. W. LI. --- shower given at the home of Mrs. About one hundred guests me your County Commissioner 1 I "1, i
or day. Joiner. Names and addre He* wanted! P. E Caoova. Sr., on Walnut called during the afternoon from District: I will gift say ,q r ,

-- of Made is -- List your friend .all over the Street Saturday, May 4th. by )Me GAULKY TII.NKS'OTKRS best to the office, and hope to l' ,r I'
Bell Holt week Fa( d Mrs' *. R T, GeIger of TampaIs state, and bring them to tine: Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Jr., Mrs. Glenn make you a commissioner ,to bel ,! :; :
thl. Mrs. E. J. Dowllng, Miss Wainwright for Treasurer Headquarters Wood, and Mrs. J. C. Garner, i
eSt the guest of her brother and I wish to express my appreelatlon proud of. j :
, J. DowllJ1g. Marion Dowling, and Miss Clara sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A, J, on Call Street. Letter honoring Mrs. W,. C. Powell, who to everyone who voted for -M. O. HarrtO., j j!\ '
--- work, Flume spent Monday Grlffia.Mrs. are being mailed' out In behalfof prior to her recent marriage was me In the first primary on May
, : limed r Burn candidacy (Pd. Pol. Miss Mary Harriet Bishop, daughter 7 Tjpewrlterribbons; e> all triads i rf I
I to.M. ,e- dreae'yfr i battle Turner Adv.) of Mr.,and Mrs H. A, Bishop. -G. to:. McGauley. for Ml. at the Telegraph office.\ ", :'' I iy 'f?
o Jo + A. Wood., Friends of Mrs O. U. Bean- week-end spent the Quantities of larkspur, sweet- ., I, if I :,,

1 ley will regret to learn that ahe Mrs. W.recently M Edwards with. her of Jack.slater Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jack- peas, forget-me-nots: and rose {: ,' ':
B. Flynn Is ill at her home. .on Walnut buds formed the decorative motif !
and"Mrs. George bon villa. sohville, accompanied by Hudson hall TO THE VOTERS OF BRADFORD'AND ', t J j
,in Floral Street. for the spacious reception ; I
recently: Turner of Macon Ca., spent the ,"
*JIll a,B.ookeville., Friends of Mrs. W. A. Fischerof Miss Dorothy Faxon will return day recently, with'' Mrs Boree's and living room.Receiving the UNION COUNTIES: ; I ; :::1.

. .. -- -- next week from Mobile, parents, Mr. and, Mrs.. G. H. Ben- I : the guests were
Jacksonville, formerly of '
- were I ;
'a.' Ritch Ala. where she has been nett. hostenses,, .Mrs. Kldd, Mra. Wood, for the ; ;
4'W8J.\ of Starke, will be ,glad to learn visiting 1 '. I want to'thank each and everyone con :Y1' :
as' gue.ta' and Mrs. Garner; the honoree ) ] '
week relatives
last 1 slduaUon'given me in the recent primary. I am ,
1 that .she Is recuperating at her
Johns Jr. Mrs. Mrs. ,Powell;, Mrs. H. A. Bishop, "
( S. R. Mr. Av C Durden, for the rendered me. ( :t
1(110 home after undergoing a tosll- and ,Mrs, George B. Flynn. Mrs., deeply grateful support
H. Box spent ectomy the first of last week. W. H. Hart was a recent visitorto Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Powell was becomingly attired in Gratefully yours, 'f', ij "I"
and )ira F Surrency, Ga;, where he was son, Jimmy of Tampa were weekend : r:1: '
In Cross City visiting his mother. He returned a floor length afternoon gown of ,
afternoon IJt the namea and *ddr<' i e* guests of.Mr. and Mrs. O. : ;
'I Noegel. peach net. A corsage of sweetheart D. H. DUKES :
; and MrS friends all over the state. Sunday. L. Beasley and Mrs, J, W Kin- 'i )' ,
of your roses, a gift of the hostesses I I ,4
and Bring them to the Wainwright caid. complemented her costume. \ i I I II"llft
Mr. and Mrs. H A. Lawson ''f
Kro''rume Politic! Atlv..rth""ent) ; r
and Flume, and for Treasurer Club on Call Street Mrs. Kldd chose black chiffon. ( J ,: ryI I
flee Clara and family spent Sunday In Au- ,
) John Guy principal of the
er SunJacksonville so that letters may be writ out Mrs. Garner of tea
spent burndale wore a gown I 1.ri.( ,
Dowling with Mr. and Mrs. H.
School in Fountain
anion with Mr. and In behalf of Bill's candidacy. (Pd. High rose lace and Mrs. Wood wad'; 11; i'
O. Lawson. N. C., is spending (the sum '
Pol. Adv.) dressed In a becoming model of
.W. Mills mer months with his patents the WANTED :.'
white silk crepe. Mrs. Bishop ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A Davis spent Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Guy, at Mrs. "
chose blue lace while Flynnwas
I r
INSURE WITH last week end in Fernan- Hampton.Mrs. '
charming In taffeta. "
diva with I Mr. Davis' mother, aqua n ''tI
JR. :From the receiving line Mrs,
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, Mrs. Mary A. Davis. and children I
H. A. Lawson L. G. Powell and Ma'.. Canova Invited : ,', .
Mrs Julia Eastman, and 1t '
LIABILITY BONDS Into the living '
AUTO the \
LIFE guests \
FIRE Mr. and Mrs. F. W Varnedoe Mrs. R. A. Thomas spent' Mon room, where the beautiful shower I I I,
STARKE, FLORIDA of Palatka were guests Sunday day afternoon In Lake Duller '; .
71 gifts of china and crystal were t .
one of Mrs Varnedoe's Mr. "r.:
parents with Mr. and MIB, C H. Register displayed The gift of the hostesses 'I
and Mis. W. P. Smith. and Mrs. Alice Langfoid '
was several pieces of her I A I tN:
WHO NEW UN.TE,, -- chosen of crystal. I'q
TilE 2jO,000 VOSENAORtA Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree Miss Lois AdklnH, a member of Mrs. Art ford Brown and Miss : \

COMPARif of Jacksonville were guests Sun- the faculty o f the Riverside : ,
CARTEIt Fiances Peek Invited the guestsinto ''i
C'0NSCI KNTIOUSLY day of Mis. Doree's parents, Mr. Grammar School in Jacksonville\ the dining room where refreshments 1, Tf f,
HIS PLEDGES andMrs. G H. Bennett. ,
KKIORD arrived Thursday to spend r
HIS I of punch, open-faced sv ;
for Florida lower Stronger National defenn., Kn- summer vacation with her parents sandwiches, Individual cakes, nuts ..Ii Tf4( I
url'd "Ctmeiit Townsend l'l..n. Ue- Dr. A. E. Dunham of Jackson- Judge and Mrs A. Z. Ad- : and mints, were served. The dining .' I ,I'

fight,pa: _senger rate Helped gteal Hatch Act. Fair legMiwrtltutlomil ville, former rector of the Episco- kins. i room, which featured an all-, # _..., I -4.
amendment here several '
Church ,
tlon for e -"en'o'l nJt'li.hol.| | pal spent -- I'white motif, was decorated in J

ing 5 public hools, teachers, whing sugar sad. vegetable lays In Stiuke this week A, C Long, of the Hague 1101- white OHO buds, white sweet : l \. It,.'

mono). Three times. quota. No government c'lmtrolIe I. land, who is visiting bin" patents, peas, and lillles of the valley, \ t'' '.
,re I ConunlHHloner." Twice ,life insurance rush" ioserves.ilroad Mr. and Mrs. G, K. Bennett Judge and Mrs. A V Long, In Tho dining table, covered with a I. __ ,' i ,' J
tiMiimlsHionrr. Crop Insurance. and young non, George, of Jack :'i Gainesville, was a recent guest lace cloth, was centered with a e L : '
sonville were guests recently of'I' of his grandmother, Mrs. S. E. I ,
low bowl holding an arrangement i
JERRY W. CARTER IS A SELF MADE MAN Mr. and Mrs. W L, Wall. |'I Brownlee, and Mr.- and Mrs. J. of rose buds, sweet peas and valley f: ,(j jI

(and is still in the makin') 'I I M. Brownlee. lilies. Two dainty wedding ,1 \

For MlfKH Work For CARTER Kltft: C.1K1KK) Friends of Mrs F A. Scott i bells hung over the central embellishment : "
Ie will be glad to learn that she has i iI Dr and Mrs C C Mendoza and silver candlesticks i
(Paid Political Advertisement) 11 returned to her home lifter being | und, young son, Cliff and, daughter holding tall white tapers, r !.ii'

111 in Orlando for.Severn. 1 weeks. : Miss Gloria Johns/ Tom filch tied. with tulle, were placed on The Drailfortl; County \l : ;
--- i I and Miss Martha LPP Ryan, all the tablw. Pouting punch duringthe
I WISH TO THANK I Mr. i and Mrs. O. L. Beaxley I! of Jacksonville were week-end' afternoon were Mrs. H. C. .

'| and A. W. Redgrave were among {I I guests'! of Mr. and Mi.., T. J. Brown and Mrs One Wiggins, I I Wainv/ris&i! for Treasurer ) :,
FriendsFor those attending Homecoming/ Griffin find Mrs. Carrie Rltth Those assisting in nerving were {

Y yMany Bradford County the Methodist Church in Wiildo i. I. Misses Evelyn nnd Lillian Stump,
-- M. O Harrell, newly elected 1 1 I Chip itt: ?j
Mrs A. E. Lightfoot and.I d.iugh- 1 County Commissioner from DU- .r '
The Highly Complimentary Vote have returned. after' lust Friday I ', j ,
| ter. Nancy, trlct 5. was In Starke ,
GIVEN TO ME 'spending some time In Miami as I' Resides taking/ IIn Interest!;I, EEY'SGrocery I Requests all friends of Hill WninwriRht In .: LI'{ f

guests of Mr. and Mia AlbertLightfoot. [ in county affairs Mi 1I.lrrf'lIi' ,: I list the names and addresses' of aciiiininliinci-s ; :
In The, First Primary, May 7I !Is one of the'!; lending tobacco & Market I in all parts/ of the State nnd brintr them to ; ''I',,:

I KNOW THAT I CAN DEPEND ON YOU ------ growers of the, "Brookci section rimm1.10 I Ui; DKI.1M.U: : I Wainwriarhl Headquarters C1n Call Street (just l'l'J J
Pl-OlLE"TO"KEEP..v1' TilE GOOD MI'S C. W Chulker I li spending I Torode Chevrolet. Co.) NO that letters! f t'"
GOOD : east of
Gainesville Hutching & '
this week In as Mr. and Mrs. R. R behalf of '
WOIUtN" THE ;PRIMARY AND mailed to friends in '
the guest of her brotherinlawand I of Gainesville and Miss Hebe i may i .
HELP ELECT ME YOUR NEXT STATE sister. Mr. and Mrs. DeWilt Moil...(son of Vtdalla, Ga., were j l>ol.. No. 2 Cnn 2 For I Hill's! ..candidacy. This action is being taken f
TREASURER C. Jones. I guests recently of Mr. and MI'.. Juice 15c as a tribute of friendship and appreciation to "
.__ Pineapple Bradford County
I T. M. Hutchings They were accompanied Hill Wainwright from his
Congressman and Mrs. K. A.I home by Miss Jenelle 2 For friends.: :
I M. Bill WAINWRIGHT No 2 {hat
( ) Green and family left Wednesday, Hutchlngs who spent list week In

for Washington, D. C., where Gainesville.J. Orange Juice 15c (Paid Political Advertisement)
it'ald Political Advertisement) Congressman Green will resume IJ I
No. 2 Can 2 For J
his duties. A. Chesoer' of Lawtey wasa
hole, last Friday He Grapefruit Juice 15c
I --- visitor I ;'
Friends of Mrs K. S. Matthews Is well pleased. .with the current I A Statement
NAT SEZ: will regret to learn that she bill [strawberry season and says there 4 rug

at the home of her son and is still an opportunity to market I SALT lOc

I Pleasing particular people N part daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. K. considerable more fruit. Ills" FROM DR. M.I DOL E TON l :
of my Job and 1 like It. I thinka L. Matthews picking this week will be heavier Pound

man should be particular about than last, he says. BOLOGNA 12'/2c' OF :
't fit. I'm that TO THE VOTING PUBLIC
Me, / r ie way his clothe Help elect a home-town boyBring
way HO why tihouldn't my customers a list of names and ad- CARD OF Til.INKS Kcllogg'n 2 PkK:! BRADFORD. COUNTY
be. Get out your little dri'Hm-H of your friends", all over I wish to express appreciation ,
note book and jot down thin. date, the state to \Valnwrlght for for the words of sympathy and |! Corn Flakes 15cTRY

Thursday'' May .23rd 12 o'clock Treasurer Club on Call Street. the many flowers sent during my I'
noon. That's the first Thursday Letters will be sent to them In recent bereavement OUR CURE STEAK.
Half Holiday folks and I'd feel behalf of Kill's candidacy. (I'd. I E. H. Smith,.,

mighty bad If I found out you Pol. ,\d\'.)
came in that afternoon to buy --- -
something and nobody home. Mrs K. J, Dowling and house
guest Mis. Ben Holt of :Ft.. HEAR

Meade, and Miss Marlon Dowling
Peters ; were visiting friends and relatives

hoes for Children in Ocala Tuesday. I SPESSARD L. '

, Mr. and Mis C. D, Williams
ARE THE CHEAPEST and Billy Clark of Tampa were
IN I THE LONG RUN guests recently of Mrs. Wil

liams' brother-in-law and sister,

Mr. and Mrs I... D Green. HOLLANDLeading

$$1.39 up ---- --

Mr. and Mrs T K. McClane, I ....". .--, ,
+ recently moved here from J {,34. ;
Sr., ., ;,
Gainesville to make their home. ". /, ;
f' Ar
HanesUnderwear They are occupying the Simmonscottage I t

on W. Madison Avenue.1tentaWord e
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W yA
I CandidateFor
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SALE-Easter lilies, 3 doz.
.a9ff 4 $1. See F. G. Hemingway at
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home on W. Call St. 5.10 2tp

U5t ep h ens" Work Peter's Shoes FOR trolux SALE refrigerator-One kerosene, 6-foot Elefr cap- GovernorOf

acity, has been In UM about I. -1 1"There 1t

l Work Shirts ARE ALL GUARANTEED LEATHERWEAR price.1 1.2 years.Is In perfect Will sell shape.for half Address :' L; f ,

AND Fla.

75c ii9f FOR RENT-Upstairs apartment,: ''

up furnished See Mrs. S. R.** Florida f

Johns, Starke. f '"

FOR SALE-Poland-China pigs, i\ ''t

: :'Y0Ui, 11ad of three twelve.months Are old world from Champion litter- In Starke being quite a lot of political propaganda

W 9 a.44 ;! dh ed M strain.Fla. Lucian Conner"P, He Will Speak Reread candidacy over the county for Superintendent in an attempt of to defeat Public me Instruction 'I j k kIn ''I'

b ...., 80ARO snlhh. i iNor' Starke. my '
"i.w.o. wAornde PAPIRf.BRI I wish to request the toting public to ,.
,, of Ikri Pair of Furnished down- MAY 24TH ,
0OU"O' w COMw1 ri RENT FRIDAY] "
FOR with private pay no attention to it, but to 'stick by your guns
PETERS ONO aAANO stairs apartment : fl flI'
SHOES with N
and sleeping porch, and we will win the fight. Help me your l
w entrance F. H. Long. 403 M. vote and active taippcrt and I will try to show \
.. Apply Mrs.. 11 O'CLOCK ;, ,
Walnut Street.''.Starke. Itp you just' what can be donator the schottte of '

.' -':' ..: ..:",!"II,1o.I';, :' ":11>\,,". ",':.::1S'1ernberg's CIEAP-210 acre HOLLAND" I. ford County. Remember I am asking only for a J} t
FOR SALE "AHEAD WITH trial term." II ;
land located, 3 miles I I f

:' from pasture at Lawtey.J. M. Alvarez See W.Store If. Graham for- (Paid For By Bradford County Friends) I .raid p"alllf'ft. Adv..rtl..m.nt) I' tt t

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: $ "W'hy Jl Trade With These Business Fri'

.: OVER, $75.00 -- ___.m--- _a -----.. -.--.,- _.i_ -- _._'m nuinmcni ,- .,

1-This Contest Is Open To All And Costs Nothing To Take Part.
2-Write, A Letter Of Not More Than 100 Words, Telling Why You Like To Trade With These Advertisers.

IN PRIZES } ,3- You May Write As Many Letters As You Wish, But Each One Must Concern Only One Firm Or Product.

t/ Decision Of The Judges Shall Be Considered Final. .

FREE 5-All Letters Must Be In The Office By May 25, 1940. --

";i 6Winners Names Will Appear In This Paper May 30, 1940.

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':I So Many People Of This Territory Do Business School were berore the Board Whiskey Poured Out S. R. JOHNSWholesale
City Beer With with reference to possibilities of
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JACKSONVILLE Cattle Hogs & HidesJ. I W, E. Mlddleton, the Hoard the past few months from Mrs. N. D WainwrightFLORIST

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0.tl I Hagan were business visitors to I Itodlst 7th. I desire also to (thank the John, were visiting Mr. T. W. Tuesday, May 21, The meeting' freshments were served by the i ;:

Church Starke Monday. Candidates county officials, with whom 1 I Markey Saturday was postponed because of elec- hostess. IffReelect ;

Mr. and Mrs Fred Seiett, Mr. have worked during I the last Mr and Mrs. W. B. (Babe;) tion. Wo are glad to report that the t i;

Notes and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson, Mr. seven for their loyal and Is not 1, .' J; ;
ev* years Douglass were visitors, at the Mi, and Mrs Zlll Elteston of whooping cough epedemlo

f services were con-: and Mrs. Johnnie Adkins,, Mr. Thank{ VotersI cooperative service rendered to home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred hazer visiting their as bad as it has been, although [,
Willis ton w r 0
*orn'n' In the First and Mrs. Willie Hill Rev. and the Board of County Commissioners Sumfay.G i e Mr and Mrs. L. Barrys' baby la': f .
ast Sunday MrJ. Bryant H o d ges, Misses and respectfully requestthis I daughter Mrs Harmon Morgan,
led Church by the pastor Beatrice Hersey and Minnie wish to express my deep appreciation same loyal and coopel'atlveBervice E. McGauley WaLl transacting I recently, still very 111. Mrs. II. H. Mott' I
business In Starke Monday.
godlst Mem- for the support givenme been In the Alachua. 1d I '
RoblnRon. Swindle, all of Jacksonville attended to the succeedingboard Mrs. Guy Harrell entertained a who has
Rev" Frank ehO\,! nga special i "Homecoming" a t the In the primary election of which will be elected In the Gen- Well, Brooker Is still upward County Hospital in Gainesville in lb
the May 7, Although not elected I building are few friends at bridge Friday
'rf pas bound Two new a ''
selection.The here eral Election NovemberRespectfully ,
Baptist Sunday. In made home. Mrs. Otis Barry :
ws' DaY .ubject for the"BaeklJ'ronnd want my friends! to know that I being built T. B. Plnholster Is May 3rd Mrs Lucian Hazen back at '
ale O. J. Phillips and family and and Mrs. Purvis Is improving from her long spell i. ,i I
3ted as and Its InflU am grateful for their efforts in, -L. L Conner building a two-story building, high acute lr )
of the ser- Miss Debbie Phillips of Lawtey my behalf and that 1 will always while Lee Green is having a six- Hazen low. After the games ret t of sickness h
'' the baptized: attended church here Sunday. remember their loyalty.L. room house built Both buildings ----

twO infants ,were jr., accom- Jesse and Shepard Adklna of O. Hazen. To all the voters of Bradford will be for rent I : '

I\.S\ Monroe Smith parents Mr. and Jacksonville were guests of Mr. County: I do earnestly thankeveryone Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott of ..1, 1;: i Ij':

tell by his Smith and James and Mrs. R, M Hersey Sunday.Mr. To the voters who supported of you for your vole High Springs were visiting relatives CHARLES O. ANDREWS ; : :

J. )f. Edwin and Mrs. John Jordan and and support which you gave me
last week.
William me In the primary election I wishto here 1
nS: accompanied by his llttlo daughters of Key stone express my sincere thanks. Toward on May 7th. Although defeated, The farmers here are very UNITED; STATES SENATOR .H

de, 3rtl and Mrs. W. E. Heights were visitors lofr another chance.
eJ1t1 W, E. Sunday afternoon you. and potatoes. Prices are ,
and Mrs. no ill will and although not squash continue fighting for '
-M. L. Johns.
ode, Jr and Mrs A. W. Red- MI' and Mrs. Dan Boree and elected I will continue to do not so good but we are hoping 1. Keeping the United States out of war except In defense of the I t r

ode, Sr l large congiegatlon: as- sons of Starke attended church what 1 can for the Interest of (hey will soon be better. Monroe Doctrine and sufficient preparedness to make such a conflict t I WI I 1" !

l'f, A thin I service and here Sunday Bradford County schools. I Please allow me space to thank Mr. and Mrs: Larson Mints of Improbable. & I
bled fothers' Day program Lacy Brown and little on of -H. A. Bishop. the Voters of District No. One Jacksonville were visitors here I 2. The protection! and development 1$1&\ .' .
Girl ) senIce was also I : for their fine vote ana support< Sunday of Florida's agricultural
relatives '1
Park visiting
evening assisted Avon are Kloctlon C. was In Gainesville particularly Its win : ;R :
The pastor given me In the Primary Mrs. D. Kelly products, I f' ,
the \
ducted by here I wish to express my appreciation ter fruits and vegetables Sea i
Choir and of May 7. I will at all times Saturday. ) t
Young People's D. W. Moore was a business to friends for their cotton and tobacco; the ;
the I my support strive to make you feel {that your Mr. and. Mrs Sanford Ritch tj, .
Church Orchestra visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. on May 7ih Although defeated Mr and removal of all restrictions ( ,j'
cord Inlly Invited I choice was Justine m.l will tryto lof Raiford were visiting the production of sugarIn tit
E\'eryone a services Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Simmons I have no 111 feeling toward make the roans of Bradford Mrs. L. A. Brown over the week against the State. + I : :
tend nv ddip. and Mf. and Mrs. Aaron Min and will continue to i the'I '"
at ..randdinla welcome I anyone county better every cliiy end. 3. Permanent security for rr !t
A will claimh ton, all of Hampton attended do all I can to further the proof O J Phillips Mrs, Kdna Lewis of Safety aged, the blind, the disabled: r !I4f, \

frailly atmosphere church here Sunday. gl'est Bradford County.R. Bond Trustee fUstilu No.1. Harbor was visiting friends here adequate provision for disabled if "..
worshiper Felix and Othma Sullivan were S. Was<1ln. veteran, their widows and de- '- : t';
visitors to Hastings and St. Au. \ leccntly.The Ladles Aid met at pendents. -x>..d__Not Promis.a"i I ".i ; "
TIIERESSABMrs. eustlne Friday. To my friends who supported :My Sincere .tpplvciullun the home of Mrs. Chan Hardy ,I : '', :
T mnat c-ratpfiil to those i'i
: .\. 1- Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. A, L, Sullivan |I me I wish to extent my sincere am ; I Ipiimary. "1 -;1 i
who supported l me In the first I
were business visitors to Gran- thanks and appreciation.N. .. ; ;a hiI

,, ami, MIS J- C. DuBois Of din Saturday. D, Wainwright, Jr Your continued support J .I '
rela- I
visiting will be highly appreciated. (
Bench were and J, P Hall t "
In Walter Sibley !
week. To those who supported an- "
here last were transacting business i n I cannot express in words my :! I .
MI'M C, R. Moore and other candidate in the race I { l' it
and Starke Monday. appreciation to my many friends -, (
and Larrle solicit vote and support -
tIe Bone Charles i Mr and Mrs. Richard Clark for their loyal support and splendid "' humbly your ,1. ; ""
parents Mr. In the second primary Tuesday ({ ,
,, Mr Moore's and children of Heilbronn Springs vote given me in Tuesday's
uea. Sunday: I 28th. "# \ .
d Mrs. D. W. Moore attended church here Sunday.L. primary. To those who voted May : ,
of i 4''
C. Zeljler j Gratefully yoursJ. I
Mr and Mrs. U V. Moore of Starke was a against me, I assure you I holdno hAJdU4
jun'i recent visitors of J. I I S. (Buddie) Norman. 1 ,p I,1, 1\\ "
: were visitor here Sunday. ill will. I will try to show District ), \
Public Instruction ,
Zeieler and family. Mr and Mrs Austin Fender my appreciation by the mannerIn Board J,l ;it :' .
and child- No. One. it't :
)11'8 J, A, Milliken' of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Roy I which I discharge the dutiesof 't l'' ;

,,. Sylvia and Glen are spend- Hunter and little sons of Brooker the Tax Assessor's office. Sincerely Bradford lM1lze4d44if 1 r : f,'
Mrs. Mllllken's'rent. I To My Friends I n It "
week With visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bat- ;
and Mrs. A. L. Sul- County:, ) : 1 ,
., Mr ton Sunday. -E. W. Hayes '
'aD. :" Permit me at this time to express PI' r ''tV;
spente appreciation to each !!'
of Jasper my
m, SI Bennett CITYBy I wish to express my sincere t' I'I"
weekend here with his and every voter and supporter '
to all friends
e appreciation my $;
Lighter, Mrs, C. Sullivan. Etta, Fay Dyal who supported me in the primaryof the county for the favor extendedto ,!' ,

| Mr. and Mrs, L. C. visited Zeigler and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes May 7th. Most respectfully me me their on County May 7th Judge In re-electing for an "'IJ\ 'J i iJ

isII Ruth Zeigler the week-end in Palatka -J. H. Fields. .
of High spent other four year term. You can ;
d[ Mrs. R. C Dampier I
vvltji their daughter Mrs. Oscar stand assured that I will do my fili, f' ,I !
I ,
iprlngJ Saturday. To good friends of School / .
and the county as ... Iii' d'
I and Mlsa IdaSite Rye.Mr. best for you ,
H. D. May ,
Mrs_ .. and Mrs. E. D. Jones were District Number Three comprising whole-every citizen will receive ,, '! .

visiting: in Waldo Sunday. New River Brooker Graham, a the same !Impartial. l and In'l\, l .
C, R. Graves left Sunday for and Hampton: courteous service, THANK YOU: \' ; _; i
i he has accepted I desire to take this method '
Jacksonville where I
-E. K. Perrymnn : ,
employment.L. of announcing my 'candidacy for \ t

s st H. Hill went to Jacksonville Member of the Board of Public GRAHAM .JI I' "
I .
Sunday. Instruction subject to the Second 1f 1f4
'I Election to be held on By Mrs. L. C. Smith \, : :
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Durnes and Primary Ii
f I It
Miss Clara Dyal of Jacksonville May 28th., and in making this Mrs. Delmar McKenzie of Hart f. f.

were visiting relatives here Saturday l announcement I desire to express I, Haven was vixHIng her parents ?: I :
sincere thanks for the splendid \
my re J '
H Surrency "
I Mr. and Mrs. J. I I1 ,
vote given me last Tuesdayand t\ '
We will pay 5-cenU per pound do most respectfully solicit cently.Mr.. and Mrs. E. Strickland and .1'"'//1. I.,I "

for boiled cotton rags meeting oar the vote and support of the vot family spent the week-end with \':'!t i I r II t ,

gftJ approval. No buttons or old ers of said District on May 28th., their non-In-law and daughter 'I I Iiw.

pants. Bradford County Tel promising If elected to give my I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds at I : :, "

{lock graph. best to the schools of the District! R..ddll'k. w.k I-

and the County. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves and 1'. ,.r\ ;, "

Signed little daughter, Shirley, of Daytona 04

( oiptt8lIid l NEW HIGHQUALITY E. J. Lewis.I Beach spent Sunday with

their parents, Mr and Mrs J. A.
wish to thank the voters of Graves, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. j
the School Board District No. 1

to ok p for the fine support given me in Smith Mrs C. Fogg was visiting her .

the first primary. May 7. SinceI daughter, Mrs David Durbin, In t"'sId

AT NEW am to be In the "run-off" I Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs Dur-

will appreciate your continuedvote time
bin has been Ill for some
and support. and promise Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith of \

LOW COST/ to serve you to the best of my Windermere were visiting rela-

ability if elected. tives Sunday 5
-J. H. Moore. Mrs. Annie Ward spent some

i'time with her daughter Mrs. "Delicious and refreshing." These

Friends! voters, and supporters Florrie McKinney In Starke re- .f
: I am thanking you for the cently. that

vote you gave me in the first : Mrs. L. C. Smith returned are the reasons why the pause ;

primary. You placed me In the I Tuesday from Valdosta Ca., after

lead by a good margin, so let's spending several days.with her refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola is

work together and be-ahead on sisters, Mrs. W H. Tlllman and F 1

:May 28th. Your continued support Mrs. Selmar Ralley. Mrs. Ralley America's favorite moment. Every- ,

will be highly appreciated. has been very 111 in a Moultrie.Ga. .

Respectfully yours. hospital for several weeks ofCocaCola
-0. C. Kelly the pleasing taste

My sincere thanks to you. tion. and the happy after-sense )

I fi'lends. for your wholehearted lUlO0 l Ell
I 1 In the first primary.
support Your continued support will be lly Mr: .. l. K 1'arkcr of complete refreshment.THE S

IT'S A BIG 6 greatly appreciated_, J. L. Wynn The one-day-old l baby of died Mr. PAUSE THAT REFR.EBOTTtFD :

and Mrs Lloyd Padgett
6i/4 CUBIC FOOT morning and funeral services UNDfR AUTHORITY OP TUB COCA-COLA CO. BY
I desire to thank the voters held In Dedan Ceme-
weir COMPANYHear
Commissioner District COi.A
County COCA-
Iitt | of STAHKE
North Starke for their tery.Mrs. and son,
Two H T Hargraves
KELVINATORDelivered and support on May t
:ti I loyal vote

FRANCIS P. WUITEHAIR on 8:30 ti 8:45: =yet.., "
WCOA 9:30: to 9:45w'I: : i* :


Delivered in your kitchen MY app .. introduced A My opponent REFUSED toT
fr opponent (i"-; r'
with 5 Year Protection Plan "Let the itself.r .d My opponent introduced the "color added" bill' ) <., vote in favor of f REE

-.-'- foT' school code '
k katspea a dictatorial SCHOOL BOOKS I '

TT1 lof THE! BIGGEST' refrigerator buy let'S 100 / law' \ 1 ITG lie r/uimc that ... voted In favor .
lifetime .
a I.'I I of free school books but the record I

A full 61,4 cubic foot: size for 4I A.,Introduced. by him hit has coot show that he 1111) HOC OTK encitrus '
made by Kilvmator, the oldest Want real tire' value have taken all power away fromlocal Ion. 01 dollars by brinllnl Florda ihla Bill although ha IJIII01'1.> 29 times on othersoil '.
would haw ail ova .
maker of Electric Refrigerator.. ? You're the school. officiuli tailur to .. fruit Into d..put. .Bllla that day April. "..., 21.M ,... 19J5....
Here's your money record or lmprl ond t ach r* lor board.r. the nation. i.*4 M -- 0'' I A. art IM 1 -
amazing low-price-a brandnew would hiv d.ni.d local .
whom lun w cMy .a.
for on < rwr w
I'< porn would hay. (orc.(tcandHlutM w a a. Asa
> .
io Kelvinator for few person t.uMrs and ,
only a very lull right to name and ..... My opponent', sponsored
school lup..lntondonl
more than the cost of a good designed for county t
ice lax Look at the features listed Pennsylvania school auprint.nd.nt to obtain pvrmuaion of thatato Acts which denied hundreds
I for
could run
tire b.far they
Below 1 that you get at this new new popular-priced achool took aupvrintandant 111 amandmanta in commlttta to make the, right to vote
low II offica It
price. Fine-looking! I to laglilatura. opponent le44g4lnst
Modernl law acceptabla disfranchisedhundreUe
So don't pay good money for an Absolutely un- w thia_ M ... arM/N. .w- .......-__ Homestead exemption' Ha sponsored of citiaens bills thai of Frostproof I:
out.of. 'ou can get a new 1940 Kelvinator equalled at the price. I II "' The Auburndala Act war so drastic! that the Governor
It Myopoonenlvoredegainst' the Horn words "I am In favor of Horn
of "NO" whan vetoed It with these
saving $30 to $60 compared r }i. "ot.
with' last Your credit' good- n _., ....i Enamptioit Act waa passad In Rule but I cannot, aa Governor ol thla State approve -
years prices. Come see Pension! aha
Old and 1937aaaalonl .. take the. birthright
N Age the 1931 Bill that away
them Purina
I 1933 ;
and get the free book."The ride.ConWay's ; .. h. voted ci'iiens.Then my opponent supported the
as you 3. ol lagialatura American
1940 Refrigerator Guide" that pay i .( Me voted against a Sanata R....- afainit' conaldaratian of .,... ownailta Auburndale Bill wh.n It wit p...... over Hie Gover iownand i ':
o r
helps' you judge value. Congress to get the covered by the Home* nor's veto.1M '
I lution. atktric" on property ,. .
/ (( Bill out of Committeefor cvrtificataa amendment. .w ."... N. .: Oft, r '::.Nw .. wr w- .s : ,
Finest | ataad Eatmption w.N I N tr -
consideration. .
Ktlvinator Features prompt .- WNIr M MY I YL NN N.-
11'1' q'.rs fMt of half ....0 Automatic MMM e.M.1,1 M .... -. tM* ftMIM. I "rtllll W M- w RIGHTS of its citizens?

*IM*l.iy"lo"' h .door h.......014 .ko c.bT NEW tires who is interested in the welfare of his State and the Itr
...''lr-' Ibi. e K.vn| | CMitr.! DuraAto Does this look like the record of a man H : ,.
t->ba abin.t flnlsh a r...olBl.....o.itee4 are SAFER.Do.1 FUND NINE MONTHS SCHOOL '
-.1' . -I.e "..... a wait! 1 y DECENT WAGES FOR TEACHERS PENSION '
ray.iiSnpbsn OLD ACE '
'.01..d ...It. $40.00 A MONTH who things done. 1 1X
will be the Governor gets
.51_.....,'-.J,..,.,._.. 3 The boy who wasn't afraid of hard work :
a B Wj el _JI I I a 1 a

Service 1'Y .
Play' 1 /a Y. wiliaa Ata 1'
Room on South Walnut AYea1/esasgrrALu Yea ar VY rAs lMu.

Street Station & Garage eLii1Al. t

Starke, Fla. LacY Conway. tanager i7. tR


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EIGHT ---=--

....v>>' $('iit'! 'r '"
to courtesy as the gyps, crooks; fly-by-night Half'Holidays Again 1 WHAT'S: :, itMfANS roUR

The Bradford County Telegraph promoters, and scalawags who have only The first summei- half-holiday "Jilt t NEVER NEEDS Fanllcr
stabl"hed 1877 one stock in trade-a courteous address and will be observed next Thursday /Jet l l9010" RIDE Ok

manner. What a difference if business be- May 28. according: to an agree- 7' II > WORN-OUT, DANGEROUS TIRE:
week by a MEAN
l.iibU;hec d Weekly on Fridays and Entered MI Second to ment signed this
came polite and stayed polite, not only majority of local business men. ? 8?
at the Post Office at Starke Fla. ANYHOW
Class !Mutter
the public but to itself. In short what a The holidays which usually begin -

SUBSCRIPTION KATH difference if we all took the curt out of / the first of May were post-

Yearly, (HI.SO; SI* Month, 13c: -Payable AtUanre' courtesy." poned delayed this strawberry year because season.of The the \
Advertising Kitten on ApplicationTake 0Let's ------- half-clay closing will be continued :

through September 15. .
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Enjoy Seeing, But Help
''Curt Out of CourtesyFor
Our "Hradford 'County Flower" JOlr.-S-, THANKS VOTKKS a s.N .
Uetter Business Says Tunis sincere .
Many of us have lived all, or most, of I wish to express my
Who's the most important person in thanks to my many loyal friends \
? President? Sales manager? our lives in Bradford County totally unaware for their support in my campaign k"(',
your company of the distinction which we enjoyedin for Congress from the Second
Personnel l ? No on all three according -
: manager Congress tonal District My
the native habitat of salpingostylis
to John R. Tunis, well known friends were most loyal and I 1' DI
coelistina, a rare and fragile wild flower, appreciate it from the bottom of
'i American author.
which flourishes in a small area of pine my heart.
The most important person irt every .
and -Charley Jo: Johns.
woods between Starke and Lawtey,
,outfit, he writes in a recent issue of Ro-.
practically nowhere else in the world 1 MtVUI:lle t U ('I.I.UK" BE, SURE YOU GET OUR
tarian Magazine, is the man or girl who has 9ha'O II PHIM'.1(1 I.O: OFFER THIS WEEKI
Now that the fact has become known At meeting held. on the 13lh NOW !
;, customer! contact. day of May A I) I'MO! the Hoard DON'T PUT IT OFF!

"If you have contact with'the public by we hope that the publicity given our rad. of County'ounty.(tommiMdoners. h'lorlfla, RPr"Inl.of Bradford ..-.
ford County flower" in the columns of the the following Clrrks and -
letter, telephone wire or word of mouth, tois for the Second Primary, Election -
Telegraph will cause our readers to want to to he held. on the 28th., day e
he urges, "you represent your company. If May, A. I). 1940PrwInrI : 80% of your tiro troubles
it rather than to destroy' it by pick. No. l.untrr:
you happen to be the first person to reach protect CJ. W. Roberts, Clerk; Charlie OusUinH likely to come In the last 1QV.
ing or attempting to transplant. Such action Herhert. llarlcy.. and Dan of you tIr.'. life. Why not lei
the are the most important cog StarlingInxpertors.
public you
besides hurrying to extinction an already Prri-tnrt No. it >orlh Nlsrk us pay you for thai danger
in the organization. :From you the stranger F. A. Scott ('iprk. .I, J.. Anderson, r' o .l: mils while you ride on sate
rare plant, would be the height of futility Paul Raymond -and J. I.. Conner 1
Etta bit' impression of the"company, an impression Inapectora.Pr.cia.t. ; MWCoodyearTires 7 Our"9g.a .
blossoms "melt away"a'short !No. :t-onth. vtarkrJ 10"Offer taay
for the delicate I save you trouble
that; stays 'In' his, mind forever. U Peek, Clerk; J. II Fields E. -
while after being plucked, in spiteof D. Jones,. and H. I.. Thomas In- For the let' worry and oood hard eaihl I
'Two tniutes have secured lifelong customers spectors.Precinct. moue "G.'" F Com la and a.teI..abouliLAn.W.atlter.
efforts to them by placing in :\0. 44nbarClyde 1 k
preserve 'R
and they have made lifelong Htrlrklnnd Clerk; Carlton u
water. Likewise the plants, which grow Davis, II. M. Waadln, and Nathaniel [ 6X0-11 .1... ;'. good a* you think-now coat
"What sort of do care to Inspectors.Prrl -
person you Cash price .F / i less than you tmagin*.
do business\ with, the,man, who growls into from a small bulb, will not live in cultiva- Pearce<-,<. Clerk NO. 314rpt.aoil. ; KtiNMPll Oynl, with your old lire. : ; .

the telephone: "Gimmemistersmithenifheisnttheregimmemisterhogan tion, ,and cannot survive transplanting. The Percy Inspector. Griffin' and T. C Chastaln. ( 'UFfrl"'EGOODYEAR'S

beautiful lavender-violet flower likes the Prwlvet No. -'rttrrnutm
or the pleasant W. H. Mlbley Clerk: Henry Haidy
hard, flat pine woods. That is its native H. D. May. and D. W. Moore, Inspectors. GUARANTEEALLWEATHER
: voice which responds, 'Good morning, GREAT "G-3" ,
home, and it refuses to adapt itself to any Prrclvrt No.Ii.:>w niverM.
this is the Riverside Hotel' L. Johna, Clerk; Frank Herrljt. YES
other environment.The .> Fannie Crews and O. 0' SIR *
."Courtesy not' only ,gets business, it Mla..I....Inapector.iI .! .. ). h ...
coelistina is in bloom .In. nev N-nrooiLer Roatl-pro..d favorite el Our Goody.arTire. are glinte *
salpingostylis LOl1nl.Iann., Clerk I GenerCrniiby
"Ten ;
continues Mr. Tunis.
holds business, I.. A. Fowler, and K. It. aal! Look at these aat..d In writtag-NOT for 12
:years of sound business dealings have been now in the woods around Saxton and may Carlton Inspectors. law prices node pope months or IS month, or 21monthsbul

spoiled by ten seconds of discourtesy. A be seen in all its beauty by anyone who L.County U CO Commissioners NEH. Chairman., Boardof Bradford .lbl.:by our '-SO.1 D- for their FULL LIFE.

corporation executive 'checked and discovered rises early enough to find the place before Attest County) A. J. Thomas Florida., Clerk Otter. without Hmo or mileage IImita.4.151hl' .

nine or ten o'clock in the morning, after 5.00191835
that his company was spending over IV T1IR Clllfl'IT (OI'HT IK ANn YOU CAN SIT OUR
which time the blossoms "melt" in the hot 0.. HH4IIFOIII CO UN 'I' Y 5.50-11 930 "to.U"U5.1'
half a million dollars each year to get new FLOHIOA. IN 111,t>(''':''Y. W OPFIR ON ANY GOODYEAR Till

business, but almost nothing outside, regular spring sun. A view of its lavender-violet Anna Dell Plaintiff William, 5.25-17 II 5.53-17 1Q2012511NISMI

channels to hold the business it had. lie lovliness is well worth the necessary effort Va.Stafford. Williams.Defendant. ,
involved, and we hope that all Bradford 1350Cash
decided to spend $5,000 on an adjuster a
In the Name of the State of
man who spent his whole time on clients Countians who have not already enjoyedthis Florida.To: Stafford Greeting-:Williams' whoseresidence priseswithTeureldtlr..oTlsalml [ GOOD/YEAR 1 1 1

and former clients, ironing out disputes, sight will avail themselves of the opportunity Is unknown. YOU ARE rtictD rioroiTion..
HEREBY RKUUIIIKU to appearto '
seeking causes of loss of business, and find- before the season passes. In the avalnst Bill of you Complaint on or before filed here Saturday tallCOST.. T;HIGH HUE I

ing out whether the company's service was But remember the distinction we en- 15th., day of June A. D.
1940 or Decree Pro Confesso will
satisfactory. In one year the number of joy in having practically "sole rights" to be entered against you. t
customers dropping from this concern's this unusual plant, and help to prevent. it that this notice be published In
The Bradford County Telegraph. REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY
books declined 62 percent. from being destroyed.One a ford newspaper County once published each week In Brad for

"What difference it would make if all Q four consecutive weeks.Witness .
mv hand and official Corner Madison and Walnut Streets
corporations acted on a policy of courtesy. of the most pathetic objects in the A.seal D1140.this .the -,17U>., _day of May :

What a difference if the honest businessmen world is the political speaker! who pauses Clerk(FICIAI.of Circuit SEAM OJ Court.B. A.. J. Thomas, Phone 103 Starke, Florida

of the nation paid as much attention for applause and-just keeps on pausing. K. Ferryman 1'lalnjlff f!; ,
Attorney ,for ) 5-17 4t 6-7





Francis P. Whitehair For Governor i

We are among the many independent merchants of Bradford ',County t who have endorsed -

,t .

: i Francis P. Whitehair for Governor, and who are asl ngail'our friends to vote


for him. WHITEHAIR IS GOING TO BE OUR NEXT GOVERNOR, 'so let's put Bradford

S G : + County in the winning column by a big majority e ..

?tC. b ,
.+ L. A. '

T ,h Canova Pharmacy EARL COOK, JR. C. H. NASWORTHY


Carpenter's Drug Store

'k't B. JACOBS






(This advertisement paid for by the Bradford County friends of
Francis P. Whitehair who know him Lobe fine
a able, and honorable who weathered
the storm of lies man,
greatest letters
anonymous and whispering '
campaigns ever circulated about a candidate and who
that he'will be Cover
nor in spite of all such malicious untruths.) our next