Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Home of The Sweetest .Strawberries This Side of Heaven ;



\ Low Fees 'Third Tenners Berries 'StillPlugging Big Vote "Expected' : I P' ,' : J

Win In CountyAs Along .t.
Market Now
In Second

I Im Well As StateOfficial ,At $1.40 Per Prlmary'1,1, ? ,

Handled I 9Public il" H'
r rr :: M- II Canvass Of :> Farmers Grossing Interest I t t HighIn I

I I liallot Here Shows I $2,000 Daily As W.\ P. A. Celebrates UrgedTo :'u.: U

Half Vole On Delegates Season Nears Knd ; : i

r. w i, 'Open House' \Wear PoppiesAnnual Several '+: ; :

f Official canvas of returns lithe The strawberry. season still I y. Tv

Year's Cost s primary election here on May; lingers on, somewhat abated, In : '

i f / l.r 7th showed that Bradford County comparison with the hurley burley Benefits From Sale For Close Run-Offs ;

Taxed' Only joined the rest of Florida In of a month ago. but !mill! Local Projects Veteran Benefit \

ikrries given overwhelming endorsemento bringing around, 12,000 In cold, Get; AttentionThis Here SaturdayMay Ballot Much Shorter, ::;
Half Cent A CrateAs r i to President Roosevelt and a hard cash to Bradford County Jobs ':

Drop third term U desired.A I II I every day in the week. But Important \ .
Prices week is open-house 25th Is annual nationwide : ,
I date-wide canvas shower Prices have tobogganed to a the Professional and Service Division Poppy Day. In Bradfon Remain On Ticket : ,; ."

oll0\1.1ng a special meeting of 1 y kY that 12 1-2 of Florida's 14 presidential low of $1.40 a crate, but growers of WPA Project Jus County. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, '

at the State nomination votes were who do not have to hire all On that Although comparative quiet hate ;
local I committee what goes on, how and under J.., Is Poppy Chairman.
nnen'() Market here Wednes- :won by delegates who bad previously -I I their help, can still show a pro- what conditions articles are produced day, citizens will have an oppor ruled' the local political scene 1 '>1
announced In favor of fit of 60c or 70c crate at since the first primary on May
night it was announced that ', per may be seen!! by an'onewho tunity to wear the flowers, and :
handling fee on strawberries Roosevelt and the third term this price. Consequently, the chooses to look around ii pay any amount for them they 7th an undercurrent of campaign ?

the remainder of the 194C( ?_ Vice-president Garner cam < ,: majority are still picking although Starke's sewing. room commodity wish. No price will be asked, talk has been stirring beneath ,

will be cut from 2c person rt through with only half a vote, a few have ceased operations house, or by taking a look at the but contributions( will be received the deceptive calm, and there1 lit I \',

to lc. The reduction was and one delegate was elected who for the season. Quality of highly; practical canning projcc for the Jones Langford> White enough Interest in a sufficient ; t fJ

te because o f the minimum had committed himself as deli- fruit is still good, and quantityis now being conducted In the B. American Legion Post, for th number of closely contested races ,'; :

Bow being paid for berries I ,nitely opposed to a third term. I I' plentiful. New berries and H. S. cafeteria Open-house it benefit' of disabled veterans and to attract another throng of voters I /
ce 1
other markets bloom are still on the bushes. families. Funds received to the polls) next Tuesday.In .
the result of The four men elected as dele- nation-wide. dependent .

in farther north.' gates-at-Iarge were: Robert t Since Wednesday of last week The Sewing Room Project li from Poppy Day are the spite of the usual "get-out- i r

T'/IeJ/ committee also announced ert H. Anderson Sidney J. Catts, I around 6.500 rates have been one of great benefit for count] chief source of support for the the-vote" efforts, It Is not likely a

!b&rP cut In the fee for green Jr., John (Red) Davis, and shipped from ,the county with and nation. Great numbers ol vast welfare activities carried on that the mass movement will j "l

A low charge of 2 l-2c or George Hoffman. Anderson was receipts estimated at 11970. clothes, attractive and wellmadeare Poppies which will be distributed reach first primary proportions \

*|$1 sale will be charged mad the only Garnerite.: Prices last week ranged around produced.' Before malerlalr here were made at the (when voters, 3.000 strong \ t

of 5c on the dollar, which The four women delegates!; I I $2, while this week's average has can be worked on here, they must veterans' hospital at Lake City,, marched on 8 Bradford County f
Totals polling ). But It Is considered "
been $1.40. for the places
fee. !! sea of the
last season s center are exact replicas
> elected sttte-at-large, were: be sent to the "cutting They '

Following the slump In the The Monster Turtle Edith Herloiur] Barfleld, Pear! for son which now stand at 6217.748 have received pints which serves this county: Jack wild poppies of France and Bel- number, of possible votes cast that for the contest total .

rket of Irish potatoes J. L.try Pearce Mrs. Lena Bird, and Mrs growers nonvlllu.' glum which gave the World Waibattlefields
Of New River ; I$499,700. their one touch olnature's ants for any one particular office I
?manager of the market, Walter Bevls. All were announced t Monthly, sponsor materials are might be as large as was the case '
that store Other ,( ro|>N beauty. Each flower
suggesting growers third-termers. purchased by the County Com- on May 7th because of tho fact ,
Who would think that any ouch '
in the cold storagent Bean prices are holding fairlysteady missloners and that much is cut beam n label with the American \ r
Ir crop monstrosity as Is seen !in the pic- The winning delegates from that the shorter second primary I
I I emblem thatIt
which Is now in operatlor at an average of 85c, with here In the county. T w i Ice Legion certifying ballot will enable f
ture above would be found in the the Second Congressional District voter to register ""I
the platform. It is possible 3,700 hampers shipped during the monthly, finished clothing Is sent. la a veteran-made flower, and I
peaceful, dark; ,waters of our own were: (man) Ernest Anders, all contributed for It will preference In every contest '
will week. Estimated returns :allSt..eet money
the price strengthen ai past from the sewing rooms on (
New River? Its huge and vicious and (woman) Mrs. Robert H.. I
1 u the market becomes .unitttd for the six-day. period are $3- to the commodity houseon be used in welfare work The second primary ballot, less ,,1

Mr. Gentry *says, and looking head gives it the appear- Hill. Both had announced in 151.80. Potatoes are going beg- the fur end of Church Street, than one-fourth as long as the : '

t toes may be, odd, storage! ance of some prehistoric night- favor of Roosevelt. I ging at around 75c, with 412 During the past year, Florida' Mail Carriers one on May 7th. will be used by I (
mare, but In reality, this 80- Paul A. Brown and( Mrs. Enid voters to select a presidential I
re for 90 days for, a fee of hampers shipped'since Wednesdayof Sewing Project has, for thl:+. !
per package. The plant al pound "alligator" turtle was Broward Harlee were electedmembers last week, bringing growers county: made 48.775 yard. of Meet At Brooker elector, a United States Senator, !
caught som., time ago by A. M. of tbe National Demo- a Governor an Attorney General,
e market has a capacity of 2- material Into 32,339 garments;: It
Willingham In .the river near his cratic Executive Committee. $309.A Saturday night, May 18, the a I State Treasurer, a Circuit t I'' .
\ of
0 packages. few farmers will begin made 4,574 yards "sponsor ,
camp at Scout Hole bridge. annual meeting of the Rural Judge, a State Senator, a County :
electors :
The winning presidential breaking corn 'next week. Cool purchased", material into 3.591garment r'. '
'hitehair The turtle'was more than four were: Paul Appleyard, Mal- nights I continuing into late 0; used a total of( Malt Carriers', Association, sixth Superintendent of Public Instruction ,':

Meeting feet .in lenKjhJ-from the end( of colm McClellan. and Wallace N. spring, have tl'I..hls' back 53,349 yards of. cloth which made district, was lild at tho Brooker and a Supervisor of Regis I
crop '' ,
I school] bourn.Carriers .
'Ie "V.'aftehair: ttrf Governor"" Itt l Tty$3l:>v..l!.!fr*'> the,4.1p of its Keith. A second primary runoff and stunted Its. growth some 35,890 garments ''In all. Payrollfor tration. Two School Board members j.
'ant their wives assembled ami one County Commissioner 1r ,
3imltte of Bradford County horny' beak. Three rows of spines will be necessary between what, but it Is expected that thema..k t this county last year wax '
down its hard (In the "auditorium, wherea will also bo voted on. r
s called a meeting for tonight van lengthwise Iris Brown and, Frank B. Howling t here will handle a large $27,537.77. I ,1\\ !

day) In the courthouse shell, ,which was "large enough I for elector In Group One. volume when It does come in, At the commodity house, very enjoyable program was Following; Is the line-up as it '

:3):) o'clock, It has been set for to make a good-sized wash bas The pfflclal vote In B..adford because" the acreage Is perhapsthe clothes are given out once every given Trilby Plnholsler, Drunkerpratnmater will confront electors on Tuesday
will gave a short mlclroHHof : /
1 early hour In order not to i in. Some of our readers County in these races was as follows largest ever planted in this three months to the needy, and .
welcome. Music for the oc-
at -- -------
fllct with an appearance of remember Mr. Willlngham ( : county. food In. distributed each two or I .
caalon furnlnhoil by Mimi' Fur l'rc..loh'ntluJ ElectorsGroup :
was <
a Jubilee Hill( Billies at the left above) as being featured in 1 weeks., the time varying.BradforI's I
article last fall, For presidential elector (group i, The first crate of fancy pepperbrought Martha Kvelyn: Markey mid Mrs. One

wk merican. Legion Home at 8 o'- ,I which a Telegraph told of his interesting exploits one) : Iris Brown 322; H. K. ': to the market last week Cunning Project began I i Sorchlw Baird' who bulb played

) Everyone Interested In' the Crews 163; Frank B. Dowllng I wus sold for $5. More pepper shortly after the end of piano Kotos. The ladies. then Ills Blown 4

nildacy of Fran!ls P. Whlte- I since settling on the bunks ,' 333V.; C. Miiiger 60-1; Myer 0.1 i will be picked next week, though school, and will go on until be- I i withdrew I to n' Chlsll..uorn. where II. r
Ir of New River to make a living
and 'the principles of good i ifernmenl' A 'I Sigal 50. :, acreage Is small. A few tomatoes inning. of next term If donation 1 their Auxiliary Meeting was held, Dowllng "
from fishing trapping. I
t lit urged to attend. : after its the For presidential I elector (group'' have been sold by tho market of vegetables continues. Mrs. while the carriers remained for Fur I'nltrd Sliii..-.. Senator\

rtner, cattlemen, and business few days capture : two) : Paul Afpleyard' 460; Sam '' for around' $2,CO per crate. [Clva Sullivan supervisor] says more business" In the amlllorlum.Ilotli 1
en> are especially invited. huge turtle was "sold to a man Charles O. Andrews '
: Poor 293. I 1 that; so far more than 100 gallons groups elected officers TheAuxiliary's

who wanted it for a sideshow." I For preBitlcnllul elector (group Horses May Be of vegetables have been cnn- new offlcem. are: :Jerry W Carter ---- \ ,

Grapes of Wrath" According to Mr. Willingham, three) : Malcolm McClellan 425; I II' ned In the B. H. S. cur..t rla. !" President, Mra. Kenneth 11.-mice, i "

made studyof Vaccinated Now Working days are from the first Trenton; Vlce-PiPsldent, Mrs. M. I For Governor + .
o Show who has a lifelong I I;. G. (Operator 38)) Sheppard "I,
at RitzThe animal habits, these turtles lie.. I to the fifteenth of each month; N. Strickland, Newberry; Sec.Tl'eas.j !- (

of stream withtheir 218.For I I During the summer of 1939 35 hours work monthly U/ re- Mrs. C. B. Emerson: Mlc- SpesMard. / I... Holland i I
bottom a elector (
> on the presidential group I ,1
management of the I twelve fifteen head of
Ritz or
some quired.- All food canned Is donated A delegate to the elatemeeting
tre Sunday and jaws open and small fish four) : Joe M. Cabreru 212; Wal- Bradford County workatock, : anopy. Francis I'. Whltehalr
Monday ,
I by the project's'workers, which will convene at ,11I
age to Starke the swim in to eat the leeches which I lace N. Keith 446. died, from what Is | I I
film version mostly horses, ind by others who are Interested .
St. In was -
John Steinbeck's are fixed to the roof of their In the race fur National Democratic Augustine July appointed I .Attorney I' i,,
e famous book I mouth. All the turtle has to do Committeeman the vote known as Encephalomyelitis or In seeing it. progress successfully -..Mrs. L A. Brown of I" ,
of Wrath" When sleeping sickness. This Is a disease Mrs. Sullivan welcomes all visitors Brook. Mm. T W Markey, Ed. It. Bentley! ;
blushed, "The then is to snap his Jaws shut was: Futch 450:> ; Allle Angle CS;
Grapes of of horses which Is spread by
Wrath"the to come In this week, or anytime Brooker, was named Alternate: .
the biggest and he has a delicious breakfastof I W. J. Bivens 73; Paul A. Brown There has been one i. Tom Watson
stir and mosquitoes. : and see and ask about It,
The'carriers also had Interesting
an ,
sd He also that 40 Sam Foor
more raw fish says 146; Joe M. Cabrera ; this which
comment spring
than any case already In under the P. A S. Mention. Their officers Treasurer tt j
k In the tongue of these creatures has 58 R. Herman Jarman 12; John Hampton new For State
recent years, and this I ; was suspected of as being sleepIng -
Ie story of several worm-like appendageswhich .B. Mathews 125: ; Perry Nail 19; >Week Is the Housekeeping Aid elected were: President, '
a down-trodden sickness Center, which is one of the most r.. A, Brown Brooker Vice-Presi J. Edwin' Larson :
cUon! of our American doubtless do their part Inluring I Dwight L. Rogers 59; Bill Shayne ; '
citizenry Last year around 100 horses under this dent M. Davis, Starke
Interesting projects Kllery :
brought the Unsuspecting little fish 20; Byrd Sims 38. w''la, ( Bill) Wainwright
honestly and tearIy 394 were vaccinated against thin disease ilvlslon. Workers In this do not Kec.-Trcus., C. B. Emerson Mlc-
to the into their doom. Sidney J. Catts, Jr., s )
Bcreen F, in the county and none of have to be on relief to be Included Executive Committeemen
muck in this County In anopy; Kor Circuit Judge Eighth: Judicial
of 20th CentSry-Fox. to hold the turtle at was high man
Helping to these: were affected by the dis- In the program. T. W. Markey, Brooker; Delegate Clrruit
Henry for men delegates
Shaler of Lake the contest
Fonda Maicus
right la the cost of -
Tom However, vaccinating
portrays Convention, state- juse. to State'! Convention, Mr.,
'III "The Grapea of Wrath"Other Butler, to whom -Telegraph the; National these horses was between '
Evans Hawthorne. The car \. Z. AdkWsHenry
tb Others were as follows: Vo More Free ,
the of this it-large.
members ot. the .Joad Is Indebted for use $4 and $5 per head. Horses riers voted also to Inaugurate an
11 Anderson 349& ; Robert :
hl\ Carradlne played by Jane' Darweir- I picture. Hobert M. Atkins H. 1961 Benjamin Axel- must be vaccinated each ;year toe County Agent T. K McClane educational program to be L. Gray. i

Charles Grape- ) Immune. haJJ been advised by the State worked out the holiday
during AfiaioV;
III, Dorrts .oad 123; M. C. Baker 226; Fred For State Fifteenth'
n1lPllOn. To Boddon, and Russell I Two Calamities H. Bass 179; Al B. Block 76; County Agent T. K. McClane Livestock Sanitary Board, effective leason. The postmasters and Senatorial District

Wrath" miss "The Grapea M. Burch 59; C. Clyde las arranged with a competent May 13, that no more free local carriers agreed to give their

lIy great III to miss one of the i In Succession larry 30; Russell J. Carroll 35; veterinarian who will treat horses hog serum will be distributed but time and Instruction toward this Urnest b Hewitt

pictures' of 1940.Saturday two 3yers 19 John (Red) for this disease for $1,50 per he serum and I virus will continueo educational development In the '
Today ,
Last Wednesday afternoon Ian J. Conroy ; Hal y Malnes
and Gene 285: lead provided that the ta..mer.will be distributed for the entire plan as out-lined. More Informa-
,, near Key- 308 Zaeh Douglas ;
took Davis
place ;
trry.Hollywood's most amazing : tragedies 119 T. E. group the animals about 20 :cost price. This will run the lon and, details. will be coming
Ie stone Heights, the first one resulting Frank n. Dowling ; For County MUIM"rlntflnclt"ll& vi
'1ade presented in "Rancho home 38 John R. Gurtler rr 25 head at each place. The cost: of vaccinating up to above later it was announced.
an In the second: itzgerald ; I'uhllo InstructionV
Iorful adventuresome and Baker Hoffman 211; John reatment: consists of two Injec- iOc per head depending entirely Alter adjournment, a buffet "
and Mrs. Tracy 217! George
'Ia more saga fan of the west (Autry of Mr.burned to the ground after O. Jackson; 78; D. F Lessey 14; lions of medicine to be made 10 ipon the size of the hog to be mpper was served In the school if, Griffis .
mail Belle was which will, of reated. All farmers are ad-
'nograph more left it to go to the Vl. A. McWIlllims 48; E. R. to 14 days apart cafeterIa Arrangements, for
,.turea per records makes more the family of the drowning In Lake .leltzen 8; Robert K. Pepper 101;; ourse: necessitate two trip for used that the free serum Is exhausted Ilhls affair were carefully takenharge IV. E. MldUleton .
year, makes scene This is and that there Is no In. 'I
his com- the veterinarian. price of Mrs. Leland Brown,
103 Owen : by '
Y more Charles Lee Howa..d.'a Lewis W. Petteway ; For Supervisor Registration :
money than 3en va and is the low- .. to when It will be
reasonable llcatlon(
GlIYWood any other formerly of Goldhead W. Pittman, Jr.. 17; S. P. Rob- very and Mrs. T. W Markey. Beautiful

heroine Star-and In never kisses veteran State Park. near 59; Edward L. Shuler 31; 's t figure that It has been possible .- available again. bouquet. of flowers were used tames F. Hollingsworth

a picture!) The Branch 51: Leo Stal- to obtain. Farmers Inte.e .- In all rooms to add cheer to

III Is a double bill and Inv Bruner Baker" is a Life Guard Jr.. W.13 H.W.Spires E Trottman 7; H.N. isted in having their horses ImmunIzed Jubilee' Hill Billies Here the occasion. J. F. Klckllter

ude's' also a Higgins it Lake Geneva and was calledto icker ; this disease are attended.
Family Walker 98; HarryV. against About forty persons No. 1
(Senator) In voting precinct
"Mor.ey To Burn" with : assist In the rescue. The entire urged to contact the County Tho Jubilee Hill Billies, radio
Glea.on Zander 21. (ILawtey the following names
went down to will at the
Family Baker family at once in order entertainers appear
; and the office
Sob to National \gents' Rebecca {Whltehead Dies the ballot
Women delegates will be found on r
+ chapter of the serial "The the lake and two of the smallest Edith ''that proper preparation may be American Legion home tonight
dav' 18 on. told to turn off Convention' stale-at-large: (Friday) at 8 o'clock. A dance
:children were nade. Mrs. Rebecca Whitehead 66.
479 Mrs. Waiter For Coramlwloa
Barfleld ;
left. They rerlong mi be held immediately after
bargaIn they
the oil stove of.awtey
adults nIght when Bevis 359; Mr. Lena for many years a resident District No. 1
are admitted lid, and hurried on out. But Prlve tIJe show and a percentage of of Bradford \t
II, for 15 Pauline Burke Carr Births RecentlyFollowing anti a native -
brings before fire died down. it Ilrd 424 ; the proceeds will go to the Jones-
Charles Laughton the 192 HII- County, died Thursday T. T Blackburn
The B hcmber>' to the wall paper, kept 18'; Paola C Copeland ; are the recorded Angford-Whlte Post. The show home of'a
tI to the spread 96 Pearl morning, May. 9. at the
Screen. going.Vhen the family returned red Hall McLaughlin ; bIrths> In Bradford County duringhe put on by the hill billies Is deacrlbed with p. D. ReddishIn
Hand Wednesday and Mm Dave Sholti I nelce, Mrs. Eunice Kelly,
'itll1day seeing tragedy Pearce ; few weeks: a* "a round-up of rhythm
program la "The sad from past whom she had made her home
Hunt West 259: ; Mrs.V voting precinct No. 3 (South ,
of Dr Ehrilich's lumber one, they saw another 200; Helen Mrs. Claude B. Hall nd fun blackface and rube I Death followed
et,' Mate B. Young 269. Mr. and for several years. Starke). voter will register a ,. ,
With Edward o. Robin- vhich was, to them, even worse. to National Convenlon Jtarke, boy, April 3. omedy.. a severe stroke May 1. choice: in the following contest: :, :
the Delegates
tory burned
hlI lI of the fight against Their home was and clothIng 2nd. Congressional Districtmen Mr. and Mrs. N, M. Bradley HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS: : funeral services for Mrs I a{

ground; all furniture of the ashes. ( ) : Ernest E. Anders 421; Starke, April 8. Ipessard L. Holland, Candidate Whlteh'ead were held Friday afternoon For County Commissioner I l' r
were part 85: J. Frank Cra- at 2:30 'o'clock from the District. No. S .
I ('LE.ty: In J. Mahlon McKinney ; Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Davie, for Governor, believes In and :
CA>'PAIGN Another son Tracy, was W. Osteen 99; home and Interment was .+ t
ond time, returned fettles 65; Perry ham, girl April 20. practices the principles of *m- Kelly R. L. Lee \
will the
Y 28 with primary end on fackaonvllU at desolate H. Myers Parrlsh 62; Emory H. Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Hlnson. cracy. He voted for Senate. Bill la Dyal Cemetery near Ralford.Mrs. .

II for Spesa8rd an overwhelming home to see the Price 124: W C Prince 80;. Paul boy, April 21. No. 123. Acts of 1935, which ex- !. Whitehead Is survived by t. U WynnIn ii J'J'c
Holland be- Mrs. W. A. Colley of
he has light. T.. Schooley 16. Moseley.fellbronn ends benefits of Homestead Exmptlon one sister '
algn. conducted a clean to National Convention Mr. and Mrs. George widows, widow.rs Starke and by a large number i voting. precincts Nos. 1 and I r

The People be Mrs. R. H. Boree of Delegates Congressional District Springs. boy April 21. Law to of more distant kin. She was a 2 (Lawtey and North Starke), :j; J" 1
clean 2nd. single
and other persona.
will Tetston.
III a Clean roan and give rille spent Monday as JaCkson-I ( women) : Mrs. Robert H Hill Mr. and M... Ancll 1. (Paid Pol. Adv. I member of the Methodist Church. (Continued on page eight) I I II ,

administration.Paid her parents, Mr. and Norma Futch Kent 417. I New River, girl May ,
::5:57: ;
( Pol. Adv.) 3ennett. I 1':' +

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PAGE TWO la engaged, with the units divided Fund planned

board the land ship also' Michael A. Dew (Eagle), "Farm LIVE STATE NEWSMANY I into opposing forces for a sham week to determine a Dlet'tlDa
met on the
Comer to existing: conditions -
Boy ScoutsBoy for the first time. ,Home and Its Planning"; 'battle. Due only on lands affect
monthly Court of, Perryman (Eagle), "Conserva- the camp will be extended already rob<>
The regular --- on the
held under the direction tion," "Handicraft"; Bobby Biggs GUARDS TO LEAVE STATE from the regular two weeks to vast number
Review was WORK ON AIR BASE to which the 15 l
chair- Class), "Swimming"; Chester three weeks so that the war State
Wilson, (First hold.
E. 2500
of Jos. About
70 met for
Scout Troop Augustine -
Olin White, Jr., and MoKlnney (First Class), Jacksonville, The WPA put St games can be as complete as possible Although the COUrt
the first time in the new Scout man. Scout Futch having satisfactorily "Woodwork". "Woodcarving." 300 men at work clearing the Florida National Guardsmen will the Colonel said. said so in point-blankT?
Scout and interestIn naval air station here. in the third Army the opinion of
Headquarters itiesaay evening passed examinations, Renewed activities site of the participate most offlcl&I' !
is In evidence number of workers will be near Camp CITY LIENS STILL GOOD that previous opinions
May 14. advanced to the rank of the Troop ,The maneuyers to be held ruled
were that the and In about two Tallahassee,-Sale of thousandsof all liens save those TiT
the boys now Increased 4 to 24 of ,
to Troop Scouts. among Beauregard La.. August
assigned First
Huts were sucha :500. of Murphy lands was were wiped J
building project has reached I months should total Robert Gentry White, parcels out June 9. i
received Lieut-Col.
members after consultation by The following boys stage as to be usable. It is assistant adjutant general of complicated by a Supreme Court i tax-delinquent landa 011

the Scoutmaster and Assistant merit badges: Frame Robinson, hoped that this interest will con- ANOTHER PAPER MILL Florida hall announced. The maneuvers ruling that municipal tax liens 'certificates wore not

Scoutmaster with the Patrol 3rd (Eagle), "Music "Conser- tinue and grow and that other Pensacola,-Work on Escambla will be slmlllar to those against them still are good. Trus- during the first phase Of

Leaders. The Building ProjectIs vation"; Enos Hayes (Eagle) boys of the community will make county's new paper mill, to be In which the regular Army now. 'At!. of the Internal Improvement ,Murphy Law.
not yet completed but It is "Farm Records" Buddy Davis application to join the Troop. constructed at a cost of $2.000.-
expected that the necessary : With the formation of the Sea 000 by the Florida Pulp and
material will be secured In the (Eagle), "Scholarship"; Leonard Scout Ship (which has been will begin about
near future and that these huts Smith, Jr. (Life), "Music"; Pelican), Paper Company
I named S. S. S. open-
.UI be open for Inspection to the Sonny Haynes (Eagle), "Scholarship" for new members In Troop June 1.WATER. Enough
ings War Chest Big to
George No Buy
general public on May 31. ; "Horsemanship"; 70 have been made. One new FOR KEY WEST: y
Members of the Sea Scout Ship ,Powell (Star), "Swimming"; member was received Into the
Washington, _- A

;Ar Troop there membership during are April three and Other applicantsfor at boys present -, commitment the Florida Keys to lend Aqueduct$1,000.000 Com-to The Support of Any One of Them

TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF especially those twelve and thir- mission to construct a water s'JP'ply
system for all the Florida
'' CIRCUIT teen years of age are urged to Keys has been announced by the
see either the Scoutmaster or the .
Finance Corporation
Immediately :
Scoutmaster -
Assistant for application blanks. ,,::t: The Miami Herald

Continual interest among, the TO MANUFACTl'KK: PLANES i'r'. .
people of the community and the 3 The Miami News
Orlando Clare W. Bunch,,
a -
parents of the boys in desired.
of the Monocoupe Air-
Beginning May 1, Robert F, president
Clark, and Roy R. Mathews were craft Corporation, tonight an- The Lakeland Ledger
nounced he bad signed a 15-year t)
a I made members of the Troop
yf Committee. lease with Orlando Aviation Industries a The Daytona Beach News

Inc., to build the $30,000 .
NOTH'M' OK APPLICATION aircraft factory building north B r b'y f
t FOR TtX I>>>Kitrntktr : >>> municipal The Tampa Tribune
v to Orlando's
and adjacent
: k <(< Mill No. 163> :
NOTK'K 18 1IERKBY;; GIVEN airport.
That T. J. Alderman holder of Tax
gist. OrtlftcatPi Numbered respectively, The St. Petersburg Times
364 Issued the 7th, day of July FISH TRAPS SEIZED tu t
1930 and 287 Untied the 3rd., day of -i 4J' )
August 1931, has filed. name In my Gainesville,-C. O. Roberts La- ,
office for tax and deed hun to. be made Issued.application thereon. Crosse Conservation Officer, took and many other newspapers

Said certificates respectively. embrace 52 fish traps from Newman which have endorsed Holland
the following described ,
contained 250
In the County of Bradford, Lake. These traps
Slate of Florida. to-wlt! pounds of different varieties offish
All ;' ... SE% B. of ny.. See.
3 Twp.: : !.oIL 22 E, 14 Acres, IH Traps and fish were taken .
embraced under certificate No. 366; before Judge Heirs, county judge, 1'w

and NKVt of .SEW. ft N'h of NVj of Alachua County, and confiscation
SEW! of SE .., Sec. S Twp. 9 8. It. papers taken out for the traps.
22 II CD Acre, lit embraced. undercertificate HAS THE STUFF"
No. 267. "HOLLAND
The assessment of the said property IN SUNNY FLORIDAQuincy

I wish to again thank you for wan In under the name aid certificate of C. L. Peek No. and Stiff ,-Florida Is noted for (From Editorial In Orlando Times, Mar >. 194)
the assessment of the vald

your support on May 7th and erty wan In under the. nald name. certificate of Edw &No.Catherine prop.267-I winter the warmth, and it's of Its now climate late spring in the, "Spessard L. Holland won because be has the etuff. He not only tit-
Maid Certificates shall be butTobacco growers here report ried his home county of Polk, but he was firet in Orange county, first ii
to deep redeemed according to luw the that recent cool nights have
express you my appre- properties. described therein will beHold shreds Lake
where he smashed the machine to county, our
to the highest. bidder at the caused some blue mold to formon Ililleborough,

ciation for your continued influ- day CourthoUNa In the door Month on of the June first, MOM 1940, their crops. And down at immediate neighbor to the west, and other counties vital to his triumph.
which Is the 3rd., day of June, Leesburg growers report their
1940.Anted watermelon and Sea Island cot- Probably the very best reason for his 10OOOO vote was because of bis boa
ence, support and vote on May this 9th day of May A. D
1940 ton are late because of his abhorrence el
crops his his character his standing as a citizen,
eat integrity, ,
OFFICIAL SEAL) A..I. Thomas cool weather, plus lack of rain. ,,
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford "
a 28th.
(County, Klorldit 5-10 4t 5-3 rings, machines and corruption x x x His platform was ,
t check.MALARIA.
Tallahassee-F. Bamberg Har Paid Political AdverUcoraeBtTHE
A. Z. ADKINS 666 rell of Jasper, chairman of the
In 7 day &: relieve
Important Finance and Taxation

Candidate for renomination for appointment as COLDSnymploniH Committee In the 1939 session

Circuit Judge first day and a leading legislator for the .

q5 \, Try "Rub-My-TlNm"-a. Wonderful past five sessions, is a candidate r.- '
Liniment for speaker of the 1941 Florida
(Paid Political Advertisement) Liquid Tablets Salve Nose House. Others who have Indicated .

___nm___ Props they will seek the speaker
ship are John Burks of Pasco FORD WAY
County, George E. Holt of Dad
and W. P. Chavous of Dixie.

A ROVING JUDGEWashington ,

judgeships for Florida l I and

Georgia were approved and sentto
the White House. The measure

debated for months would
give Florida a "roving" judge-
ship for the Northern and South-
ti n \ ern Districts. Curtis L. Wallerof Ford Motor Company was founded service with the Company sober,decent

Tallahassee, former law part- by a working-man for working-men. Its family men. Hundreds of them have

ner of Senator Pepper (D. Fla.), present officers began as employees of the been with the Company for more than

apparently was In line for the It the first thousands for than 15
Florida appointment. Company. was company to pay 25 years- more

a minimum wage, beginning in 1914, at years. Their health record, home ownership -

li 3i THE "BIO NINE"TI111ahassC8Nlne the then astounding figure of $5 a day. and citizenship records are good.

i _' V' counties That was double the prevailing wage of

"lot-Ida's[Democratic big voters nine than- have the more combined the time. The Ford minimum is now f6 Au this is reflected in Ford products,

total of the other 58 coun- a day for all employees engaged In prowhethu cars, trucks or tractors. The

ties.: Dade Duval Eacambia, ; duct oQ work. And from that, the wage work is honestly done. Materials are theft
H ills b 0 I'0 ugh, Orange. Palm
fa$l&80aday,with the average wage best.thaticxnbemuds orprowred.Less:
Beach, Plnellas, Polk and VolusJa :
have 363.002 registered Demo- i '7.n, exclusive of salaried employees. profit to the Company and more -value

crats in a state wide total of to the customer is known

W rwp J i .tY. a;v 97,985. Registered populationof The. Ford Motor Corn throughout mot.ring

counties ranges from Glade pany was the first large world "Ford's of
as way
County's 1,078 to Dade's 86.603 Henry ford and Edset
in the Democratic column. The company to establish the doing business."

(l state-wide registration of Republicans 8-hour day l o in 1914. Ford keep daily per.
la 42,412. and all other And the 40-hour week tonal touch with all lord Motor Companywas
classifications total 2.083.THE'LEGISLATIVE .
was inaugurated by thet.eI of Font manufacture the first to make a

SCORE Ford Motor Company in conference motorcar within the

Tallahassee Seven membersof 1926, years before any with hit mean of the average.
the 1939 Florida House of such laws existed staff Henry the

Representatives won promotionto ,.' ... Ford often says "Gomanufacture of what was
the- State Senate In the Democratic -
t xI primary this month Five The Ford Motor Com ahead-I'll sit here and then the largest selling

I other representatives ran for pany employs men withrCi'relent the public" model in the world to
the Senate were defeated, while
three will be In run-off races on out regard to race, creed do so.* Iu chosen field in

\ May 28. Six Incumbent Senators, or color. It is common all the 30 years since that

19 of whose terms expire, asked knowledge that working conditions in time has' been the average Americanthe

for re-election, and two of them Ford shops are the best that science family for which it has consistently
were renominated while four others -
are In run-off races to be decided and constant care can make them. A provided car facilities which formerly

in the second primary. square deal a just wage and stabilized only the wealthy could buy.
I There were two other vacanciesto for
a large proportion of
$ be filled, because one senator It Company
died and one resigned. On the our employees-and as fully tabi- is the'policy of the Ford Motor

5c House aide 51 of the 95"members lized for all as conditions will permit_ to share the benefits of advanced

asked for re-election. Eleven enable our men to retain their personal methods and management with workers

were sent back without opposition independence. and public alike. Increased wages and
19 defeated 11
You can experience complete re- opponents of years
were defeated, and 10 will be in employment over a period many
run-off races. Inconsequence of these policies the Ford have resulted in

freshment with an ice-cold Coca-Cola BUS SCHEDULE: Motor Company has one of the finest A 300 per cent Increase

bodies of employees in the world. 'The in the built-in value of the Ford car and

right now. Its tingling good taste brings Ie / Leaves Starke Northbound at 2:20 a. m. larger proportion are mature men of long 73 per cent reduction in its prk .

r. 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m., 6:10: p.
a happy refreshed feeling that leaves
m.. and 10:10 p. m.

you satisfied completely. Thirst asks Starke SouthboundLeaves at 2:40 a. m., FORD MOTOR COMPANY

C 10:20 a. m., 2:20 p. m. and 5:20
p. m. I
nothing more. Westbound I

Leaves Starke at 5:35: p. m. ---
THE PAUSE THAT REFRES and 11:30: a. m.

BOTTtFD UNDFR: AUTHORITY Of TUB COCA.COtA CO. BY Leaves Starke Eastbound at 5:20: p. m. J. W. ANDREWSJSTARKE
Ticket office and bus depot atConway'
Service Station, corner
Highways 13 and 48. FLORIDA

., ..

+Y t.), 1910 BRADFORD OOTOTY '
visiting In this eectlon i PAflE TURKU
Sunday.Mr. Pine Level '
and Mrs.
B and Mrs. Acres Chapmanof of Lulu. Carl Dobbs SUNNY BROOK = j
.' M EJ IIarnaa Jacksonville were visiting her FARMBy BROOKER I Reddlsh's parents Mr. and Mrs and little daughter Kitty, of -11
= Mr. ;
and Mrs.
R C. Mm.
llG R. Everett
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Sapp, Miami who Grover of Crosby By :Mrs I* 1. Norman recently Jacksonville were visiting friends : ,
R CIt I !MiiamirSunday spent the past week PukeI'i I Mrs Davie Paulk here week before last. ;
Sunday. here left Those from here who i and little lyi] ;J
ten pares In Sunday afternoon for attended Mrs. W. O. Rimes. Mr. and '
Mrs. W. F. Harnage spent their home. church a t Wateroak Fay, of Jacksonville! We are sorry to report that I.I.'t, :
Mrs. T. W. 1"
olddtI 001I. Shaw and Tuesday and Wednesday with her Joe Dobba of Deland was In were: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby I iPlnhoIster[I and Markey Miss Lubedla Mrs. I.PlnI W.-: were Mrs visiting her parents Mr.ant Mrs. E. C. Lewis Is very ill. Her I If t:, I
and J tre'Siate Farm were daughters, Mrs. B. M. McRae of this section Saturday afternoon. .and children, Mr. and Mrs L. A. I I holster recently visited Mrs W. Underhill recently many friends wish her a speedy ,i ; .. t,

Let .11 ot Mr. and Mrs. J. C. SanD And Crosby and children Mrs. Beulah 1 JH. Green, who Is very 111 at the recovery. I //Io ft"I',+, >'.
.aon. Bobby, of Sampson City-I Kelly. J. R. Kelly, and Mr and j home of her daughter, Mrs. R. S. Miss Doris Strickland spent Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of La- t "

IWkt L. L. COPELAND were visiting friends and rel Mrs. Tate Crosby and William Johns of Lake Butler. part of last week with her aunt, crosse, recently spent a few days :t'. : :11 I,
DR atives in Crosby. Mrs. Mable Sullivan of Thereana.' I with 1
this her {
section Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton of Jasper parents Mr and Mrs. t I i i ,d;
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barnes I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith E.: C.
k OPTOMETRISTIs Mrs. B. M. McRae and from Rising spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. .,, d t tl
children of Pine Level were visit- Is spending this wetk here with..' Earl Green. r .. I I 'I"i
'.' Forsyth Street Jacksonville, Fla. ing J A. Harnage and family j I friends I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newsom of FUNERAL DIRECTOR I '
v. : i
\ The
. I Friday night. i Rev. H. M. Tillman of St. :1.
I Petersburg'were
II Mr and Mrs. Tate Crosby and 1 1 Jacksonville and the Rev. W. A. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin visiting last Mr. My Many Tears Experience ''kNit Possible for Me toEFFICIENT. Reeder ;; : I
of Mrs. Beulah Davis of Georgia PROMPT and COURTEOUS BEWICK i y I t' '
I Kelly of Rising: were are preaching : week. i 1 r'<
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Norman at the Corinth Church every Mr. and MODERATE PRICES II I( i'f
Mrs. A. L. Green Jr., f 'f 0
BATTERY RADIOSALL Sunday afternoon. night for a week. Everybody I Is I were in Gainesville Saturday. DeWITT C. JONES ::1 J .' 1 i.
SIZES FOR CASH OR ON Little Geraldine and Lamar i to attend. Mrs. N. N. Prevatt and Mrs Starke Florid l ., > I n
Shaw Mr. and Mrs
of C. A
the State Farm, were Crosby and O. E. Stansbury of Starke were j.f
EASY TERMSWE visiting their uncle and children 0 f Brooker attended 1 : '
aunt, Mr. visiting friends here Sunday.Mr. II
y and Mrs. F. S. Sapp, Friday.VANDERBILT church here last night.BETHEL. I I and Mrs L. J. Wynn of
CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF Hampton were guests of their YOUR BUSINESS EDUCATIONWill ,' \\j: : f

G. E. LAMPS daughter, Mrs. Purvis Hazen, Be Of Greater Value To You If Secured ; f."

I n) I By Mills Velma Norman By Mrs. D. D. Woodard Monday.Miss Florence McGauley of At An Institution That Is A Leader In Its Field i! ,. .trl LI/i./

RADIO SERVICE Special services! were held at Mrs. R. V. Hlggenbotham has New York is visiting Mr. and Reduced Summer Rates (,1 I"
MAYES' I Wateroak Church Sunday morn returned to Palatka after spending Mrs. J. P. Roberta this week. i'1.. :
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN ing by the Rev. S. T. Sweat who two weeks here with her Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Morgan'spent Are I: Effect : ',:. ,
baa preached there during the re I I mother, Mrs. Jimmie WoodarJ. Sunday afternoon In Hamp I
o.vlval the past week. After servo I Mrs. II. Smith of Palatka was Massey Business College :

ices dinner was served on the !a recent guest of Mia. Dave ton.Mrs.. J. P Roberts was In Graham .;;
grounds and the afternoon was Woodard. JACKSONVILLE .
Monday helping with the I
life-long Democrat turned over to the Bradford I Ming Leafie Starling has returned food sale for the benefit of the 301 I Main:: Street Phone 5-076:1: '
a Singing Convention home after spending two church. ,
er Mr. and Mrs. A A. Edwards I weeks in Jacksonville. She was Miss Reba Lee Hardy of I- I 'IiI r{
'a business executive, accountant, and children Marie and Harry of; accompanied home by Miss Rose Gainesville was visiting her parents -

educator and lawyer Brooker were visiting Mr. and \1 Wllkenson. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hurdy
Mrs. F. M. Norman Sunday. Sunday. I j ;;

I Miss Shirley Morgan of Starke GRAHAM) Mr. and Mr L. A. :Molt of : ,

J. EDWIN was the guest of Miss Velma Ity Mrs. L. C. Smith High Springs were quests of : .. 1'1

I Norman_ Saturday night. their mother Mrs. J, R. Mott, ffbm/IFTY/ <., ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Manning 1I'III'IL'ot'y: Sunday. (
and family of Starke was visit- I Miss Desta Casey and Nathaniel I :

LARSONfor ing friends and relatives here Uyal were quietly m.trrlod. nt the HIGHLAND

Sunday. I home of the Rev. L. G. Hemingway By Mina M. K. Crews iiil':
J. D. Odom of Sampson City In Starke Saturday, { ;:
was -visiting Levy Norman on o j May 11th. The young couple Marvin Green of Mlddleburg
business Monday afternoon. will reside at Graham. visited relatives here Thursdayof where Mi and Mrs. Hancel Manning I Mr. and Mrs. Frunk Reynoldsand last week. given away with every $10 in trade :'if'
and little daughter of Jack- 1 Mrs. Roy Reynolds of Red j L. J, Norman and F M. Crews or certificates. *f'.i*
STATE TREASURERMr. sonvllle were guests of Mr. and 'I dick were visiting relatives here were' business visitors to Lawtey Aro Italeetnml II

a Mrs. J. H. Manning and family i!j i last week. and Starke Saturday. in (',....h if SMITH'S GARAGE +Ii {1 t f

Larson's entire manhood is 'an open book of Sunday afternoon. I|I Mr. and Mrs C. J. Frailer Mr. and Mrs James Cox and You Choone I [, t
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and were visitors to Gainesville Wednesday Miss Kathleen Hardee of Haw- ST AUKE, FLORIDA ,.. ,'

service to the Democrats of Florida. For six children of Heilbronn Springs i Mrs. Frazier Is taking thorne visited relatives here re /"1..

were visiting Mrs. Sapp's mother* .examinations at the University cently.Mr.. tIf41IIIWIWiIIN1111111n4A! !!!!!! IIIJIMHI!!!, .,iitimm.m". "u11,,,11111'i 1.I'ollll'." !!! 'I// IIIIUnIU !IIIU"mI II I'UUI/ IIIII'l\I'UUlt'"I.iiiiiliiiiiiiii"!!! !!I!!'\'i !,,,IUiulfollfll.'IIIIIIIIIIUItIIIIII"'U''1 ""' i :
h years he was U. S. Collector of Internal Revenue, Mrs. Sarah Alvarez Sunday. Miss Alta Smith spent lust :. and Mrs. L. J. Norman Nvl," ''IIIIII'"III".II"U' YNwJ..pxnIWLINWwIUIYudlyjlYAIIWIAINIYIlN11N4NIyiIIYAaN1bIW,,,, ,,, ,, ' laI1WUWYIIIWYYaIIW1AAdIINIIYIMIIIYNNaIYIIIWNMINWIa1NMNl. "" ,, t t ti tl

i1tr Emmalyne and Leaton Morgan j I week with Miss Margie Mathews! and Mist Cleo Norman visited I : ;
prior to which he was State Representative: of Starke I I
were visiting friends lof Starke and attended the vacation relatives at Lawtey Monday. ,

State Senator, Chairman of the Board of County here Saturday evening. Bible School. Mr. Eugene Austin visited $ Ii.'
Mr. and
Mrs. Jim I relatives here
Walnwrlghtof The chicken supper which was Sunday
Commissioners (Clay County), mayor of Keystone Heilbronn Springs attended sponsored by the local churchesfor Mrs. N. T. Green and children i : : !
I' I
church services here Sunday. the W. P. A. Monday night visited Mrs. II. C. Wlmbcrly and
Heights and principal; ', of the Public Schools .of) Mrs. H. L. Norman of Vamler-, I I was a success and was attended family here Tuesday. I i
bilt was In Starke ort business! by a large crowd. C. M. Griffin was a business II
I I.Ii
Keystone Heights. Friday morning. j Mrs. R. S. Wand is visiting visitor to Jacksonville Monday. I '.(
Mrs. Myrtice Adkins and : her brother Mr. Edwards' In George Ilronaon of Ocala was .Ii I .
(Paid Political Advertisement) daughter Pansy of Jacksonville' Fernandina for seveial days. I here Thursday of last week. 'I I j ":.
'i .
were visiting friends and relatives W. M. Wimberlv. of Stnrke
I. '
here Sunday. visited relatives here Saturday i 1 1II
Henry Thornton of Gum Branch: I By Miss\ Ada JVImmo II ,i i
YOU who was visiting Milton Norman of RISING l
Vanderbilt Sunday morning. Mi- and Mrs. ,Robert Pason of By Mm. II. II. Lewis Ii '0 I ''t.
Garland Addison of Jacksonville I Melrose were guests of Mrs. J. P. 1 I
Standard Is spending some time with Sullivan and Miss Ada Nlmmo Mr. and Mrs. A, II. Melster I'' ;
a High Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and last Sunday. i and Minnie Lee Canon of Miami t : i'
family of this section. j stopped recently with Mr. and 'I i !
14H Mrs. Marion Wyatt of Wait- .
of CLEAN Lucian Alvarez of Starke spent chula, but formerly of our town 1 I Mrs. VV. C. Conner en route to DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH ''i t

the week-end.I with his mother, Is upending a few weeks with her their summer home In Tennessee [
Mrs. Sarah Alvarez niece. Mrs. M. L. Watter on. I|I Mrs. Emma Kirkland has returned OITOMETHIC EYE SPECIALIST; k

ConstructiveEconomical J. H. Moore of Lawtey was Miss Emma Hicks of Plant I to her home In Tampa i Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy '
In this section on business Tues City spent the weekend with hE'r']' after spending a few days with .'

day. sister. Mrs J. W. Keilenbnugh.Mr her father, Rev N. T King, who I Every Wednesday !9- a. m. to 5 p. m. I'
A B. Clarke of Lake City was and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of has been ill. It

visiting Levy Norman Saturday. the State Farm visited here last Mr and Mrs George Reddish ,. ,. ,, :'
,_""." '. .11I..11"1111I.'lIIlIlIm"U.UIlU.'n"U.UII''U" ' "" ''' IIIIIII.III!!!NIIIIpmAW./' '' '' MAIIAInNi" ,
Sunday of Hellbronn were visiting Mrs.; ItIntli'OIlml'U't""NlIII"' 'tNIIMl1p,!!, ,II/ILIf/,,,, ', I __'I-:Iq/1111111iIIN1iI1NIIIMIINIIIIIIA/INOYIX"' !'!!! /.!"'!' INA f MXIIUInIIINNIIIIIAInYI11IIlA4li I ,!!!!' I!!!!!, !!! '!!'' ___' _II' 'IAIIA111IYM
LONG BRIDGE I Miss Virginia Lou Pickren of "- -
--- -- -- --- ---
Ily Miss, Bonnie B. Turner Jacksonville! spent the weekend

and Miss Virginia Daniels has re- I with her parents Mr. and Mrs
turned to the home of her uncle J. J. Pickren.
and aunt, Mr. and< Mrs. RoanJ. James Pickren Jr., is home FOR A BIG-
Turner for an extended visit with his parents after being Il
r ProgressiveGovernment after visiting friends and rel- away for several weeks STYLFADFROLDS
atives of Hampton.Mrs. Mrs.! C. E. Harper Mrs. George 807
Williams and Mrs. J. J. Pickren
T. H Sheppard attended j t
reel services at Baptist Church at spent last Friday in Gainesville "
Lake Butler recently. I Mrs Ida Maxwell and Bill
STATE CAPITOL Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn of Maxwell spent Sunday at the I '
TALLAHASSEE i State Farm with Mr and Mrs.
11 ':-h Hampton were visiting (in New, Leo
River lust week Wiggins. *
: and Mrs. Ceo Rhamea UP
t"r Vernelle Mr. AND
N. G. Moody, Moody
and Melba Moody drove to Floral were In Jacksonville Monday.
The Rev. Mr. Smell
ley con-
City recently. They were ac-
ducted at the Christian
companied home by Mrs. N. G. services
Moody who has been visiting .her Church Sunday morning and

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. evening.
Mrs Claude May and children
and Mrs. Deuzle Thomas.
hr GOVERNOR Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler had spent several days recently at -

as their I guests recently I Orange Springs.
The Ladles Council of the
their daughter and, eon-ln-law.
To YOU who want Christian Church met Wednesday -
A; }, M Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McCord of
Y afternoon with Mrs Tom
""5 Repeal) of GROSS RECEIPTS TAX Miss Iraogene Collins of Jack- Chd taln.

REFORESTATION In all .>... sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mrs. Neta Johnson and daughters ..
BETTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS Kenneth Turner of Lake Butler, Mrs. Estelle Dennison and
Miss Merle Rhames, visited relatives
PENSIONS for aged and dependent were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. -
HOME RULEEVERGLADES I Roan J. Turner Sunday before in Macon Gu., recently. :

8tat ADVERTISING program last.Mrs.. Dempsey Hunt of Mul- BOOTSEY'S BEACH t .
Public HEALTH program txpmnttd Jjerry has been the guest of By JIM Effie Crawford .

RETAIN Voting PiiT.l g.. for all Mr. and Mrs. Jo:. A. Sapp. The Robert Rosier and Robert .
; ,
!.It.oM I.
APPOINTMENTS ON MERITS former being her brother. Crawford were business visitorsto ,.; :' '- ,,'
We to report that ..
are sorry "
I P E S S A R D L ELEMINATION ol politics Mr. R. T. Merritt la seriously ill\ Jacksonville Monday.

HOLLAND LIBERAL MINDED.mod tolerant government soon at this be writing.able to be We up.hope he will lon Mr., Jack and, Mrs.spent G. Friday B. Johns night and r "LOOK HOW MUCH MORE CAR YOU GET FORA

ACnUCULTURAL.LIVESTOCK. with Mr. and Mrs Lee Johns of "

: is on trial throughout REOULATION of ....ry buy.ia 1I Mrs. Roberts of Baker County

"tWorldaud 17osida taw/have a FAIR and HELPFUL to LABOR I spent the week-end here with ,

Ie lJOvenunent which will comOLlflllD- her son-in-law and daughter; Mr. you want In a motor car-you'll Old.price begin .t$807 for Coupe. 9853 for

10 ad r.ped Such and Mrs. Willard Gasldiui. WHATEVER an Olds. For only a few dollars Sedan, delivered ft Lrning Mich. Tr.npor*.
It a government ('jQwV r Mrs. R. N. Crawford and far/on bed on rail rmtet, rife mnd. local taxes (Jf
hen ut lih.al I '''qs of this section more than lowest priced cars, you get more size
efBcien Luther Chlsm
cil4t: 'V and any), optional equipment and.cce.sorie.-e"'r.
10pmcIDkaI,whofly non s.ctiox aJ, .% were visiting the bedside of their more style, more comfort, more performance Price ubjeot to change w/fAouf notice '
brother, who Is seriously ill at more pre.tlce-plua economy that compares with A OKNRBAL, MOTOIIS VALUE '

: r&:1 St. George, Ga., Sunday after the best. Come, drive the big OMs "60" today I Help promol* wfcty-dim your light when pawing I |
"i'k ly T
JIB' noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Crawfordand

EQUAL. daughter. Esther: were visiting t
the bedside of A. J. Chlsrn OliDSMOBlIiETorode :

JUSTICE ,lot St. George, Ga., Sunday after A.

TO ALL noon. o .
Miss Justine Johns Is visiting

I Miss Myrtle Hodge of St. George, : J

I I' I Ga., this week. I I \
i Able lawyer,butinc man,dmu grower, Chevrolet Co.I
world war veteran. Put Pnufcnc Scar All legal bUnks, promlMory
Bar. Teacher and experienced executive.. DOte, retain title notes, carried t

SOUR GOVE.Ft.NOR.* p a.I In stock by the Bradford CouoQ'TeJeI'Bpb. STARKE FLORIDA .
I jI
I (a-al' YotutcaF: wurertt.etuentl
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PAGE FOt1n =I Charlie assisted by her Mother, Mrs. S. daughter,
'Spec Audrey
the outcome A
few things besides his L. Peek, served a salad course Homer W. steam, a
tee World will hold its regular Callstreet told 'em a evening with the : 1011
Birth Announced I Carolyn preference for Governor Can Enjoying the C. L. Stearns Of
district meeting with the Pal- Wakln' bin hostess and honorees were Mrs poster,
cf him?
Mr and Mrs Ralph It. Cox you blame on May 7, at Crew
Artford >
127 Mrs :
number three, J. R Wainwright, serve
metta Camp !
Live Oak, and formerly of Starke, up at 3 o'clock Flume Miss Mr. and Mrs. prl
Street In Jacksonville take a look I Is Brown, Miss Clara Stearns left
are announcing/ the arrival of a East Bay Free H'lo, folks Can you belles 'many more-jus' "land-marks," 1 I I Maybe my sensnyuma i t Edith Rowe Miss Floride Killingsworth day, May 9, fo aoeterr Th
June 6. around but
By overdeveloped
at lut It
daughter" Cynthia Suellen on fta it? Summer here Starke, slightly Miss Myrtice Kil they will make then"
will be provided that Is mean the peoplewho are struck me as funny tother afternoon nom,
Way 17 at the Alachua County transportation Seems to be, when lingsworth Miss Marjorie Stump,
wait another the people you think of you when some fellow got Mrs. W E MiudltTon
in Gainesville All are urgedto better ,
Hospital for local members. Dut maybe you'd and Miss Lillian Stump.StearnsNorman aten!
Cox: wa formerly Miss Melba. be at the courthouse week or so before pack) think about this town will through speak In' on the corner the zone meeting ,f the n
SUcox. attend and the winter duds After The Jubilee Hlll-Blllles for Holland and the sound truck Society of Christian
by 8 o'clock p. m., the day all away those tricks Ole Man Winter'. play tonight My apollglei started up playln' "Somebodj, the Methodist Church hell

WOW District MeetingThe of the meeting for free transportation been playm, you never can teU! for misinforms' on the date las Loves me; I Wonder Who" Mr. and Mrs. 3. N Norman Jacksonville last !>,day

northeast Florida district according to Lacy Con- lie's as fickle as politics, week Hope you didn't go I started to go up to the fellou announce the marriage of their Epworth Church at
all ready foi ,
to a return down Monday night "I dunno, either
decide pay an'
of secretary. and might say
number five of way
Some '
he'l a break-down, folks Whitehair, could It't"I'
visit If he does, i Couldn't be
-- ., In Kingsley Lake times the great influence of this A Vote For
catch me
kitten, who has the column frightens me ; Did I I I' Well, so long, folks Sec
I Wish To ExpressMy Kitten, hear some inconoctastic soul say .next week if I live through ,
kitten? 'Seema little Nancy; you SPESSARD L. HOLLAND!
? .
has a sob-story to tell: "phooey the second primary .'
Sincere Appreciation for the fine vote Not long ago, her mama cat had We've Just had Mommy Day -Carolyn, Is A Vote \
But mama (May 12th) an' now Grace Wain-
given me In the first primary and I invite the three fambl comes along requesting a EntertainsFor
cat got bored with the ; wright Miss Peek ,
support of those who voted for the three candidates and left So Nancy took up plug for Poppy Day tomorrow Recent Brides AGAINST HIS OPPONENTWho
left oft and fed 'en iSattlday) Don't confuse
where kitty
s who were eliminated. with bottles until she could teach this with Father's Day nex' Miss Frances Peek entertained Is The
Commissioner from weren't supposed I to month The poppies are the at bridge Monday night May 13,,
County 'em
If elected they
: your and take i a little red flowers made by veterans at her home on Madison Avenuein
In the saucer SelfConfessed'Attorney
': District Three.I will serve my people honestlyand get milk bath with their meal .. and sold for the benefit of honor of Mrs: W C, Powell
the and Mrs. Charles Priest, recent
efficiently half-grown'Soon aa the, the three gal-cat kittens got fickle wen charities American carried Legion Auxiliary on by, brides. The living room, where For The Florida Power & Light Co

and followed In her mother: I'd( like to see everybody wearln'one the tables werd placed, was lovely
Sincerely, footsteps: that left two boy-cats, with arrangements of roses and THE COMPANY WHOM TilE PEOPLE OF

and NOW one of those Is either Hear Milton and Mamie Brown- sweet peaa. STARKE SINCERELY HOPE WILL NEVER

R. .L. LEE loot, strayed, or stolen If hi lee had a swell time at the lake Miss Marjorie Stump, holder of CONTROL OUR MUNICIPAL LIGHT PI ANT
was stolen, Nancy hereby appeal'; last week-end Initiating their Innocent high score, was given aa Old
r. (Paid Political Advertisement) to the mercy of the offender, and unsuspecting friends Spice set, while Miss Willa Vida (Paid' Political Advertisement> )
Cut the cruelty, thief, and return Into the Yellow Dog Club KUlIngsworth, low, received the
Nancy's cat! Very exclusive organization .j consolation prize. .Mrs. Powell -.-
'Speaking of style-there wa It seems that the one to be initiated and Mrs. Priest were presentedwith
Is blind-folded and then j vases aa a
beautiful pottery
plenty of it at Slernberg's store I 'QYF(
lant Tuesday when they wer Well, er On second gift from the hostess.
National Cotton Week being shown the latest & splf thought, maybe you'd jus' better Late in the evening Miss Peek,
Bash test fall coats Salesmen had get, Milton and Mamie to 'nltlate
model then you
BRAND MOPS ._. 19c I the Sternberg gals Here 'n There: Arch Thomas RITZ
tO FEET Koch like full-fledged professionals (;Sr) in a new straw hat 1 e
; And they'd be the right ones for I IYes. Ii '
CLOTHES LINE _. 25c First of this variety he's worn 9
? that job, too! Dolly & Pat Lamb since high school days Ver' THEATRE
RAJAH BRAND Ft. Can had an elegant opportunity also becomln', too Dot and Billy'owell STAUKK FLORIDAPROGRAM
SALAD OIL 19c The salesman knew his flattery (the newlyweds) canterIng -
Jar lesson, all right Frln- e dis
ENCORE IlKAND Pt. down Church St (on horses, z
.. 21c stance he said to Dolly: "You
MAYONNAISE ?_ of course) Sunday afternoon .
take: about a size fourteen, don't Today & Saturday sir! Thai'sthe
ANN PAGE Qt. Jar Martha Smith's pink curtains
'em kid ,,
you? Don't let you Double Feature new low
25c lake cottage (Shubuta) look 1.
Dolly Stand up for your Gene In
luffly from the highway Autry cas'h price for ,,
1 kt
rights, gal
Thelma Dinkins lookln' cool asa
with Pork and Tomato Sauce a Goodyear
ANN 1'\o.--no.tOll Style or
'Hear there's a rumor of some !
cucumber (but I bet she isn't)
BEANS 1 Pound Can __ __._ 5c little scrap in Europe. Wild In striped seersucker "MONEY TO BURN" T-i r e size
tales like that should be kepi I'm jua' waltln' for a real dark 6.0016wilh :

SULTANA BRANn 2, 1 lit. 6 Oz. funs13c from' spreading night so I can snitch that clever With The Gtatifum Family your
"The ShadowSun.
'Saw a laugh-worthy sight las trawberry necklace Evelyn Rltch KpliMxlo 8 of -old tire!, i
BEANS _ __ _.
Friday on Church Street (opposite las been sporting recently I 26-27 ,
., Alon. May ,
the Silcox home) on the want to be patriotic, too If
SULTANA BRAND 1 Lb. Con I site for a new home, a truck was strawberries are the life of Bradford "TilE GRAPES OF WRATH"With
5c uroanin'; with the weight of lumber County, an"'I wear a straw- Henry Fonda and
RED It carried and the two-by- terry necklace, maybe I'll be the Jane DOTH ell

tours were hanging out further life of the .party W.ho TWO SHORT SUBJECTS
ION A KED-RIPH FULL I'ACK than the back-end of the truck knows; ? Might be worth try-

TOMATOES 4 No. 2 Cans 25c ,, When the driver tried to gc n' Where'd you get It, Tuesday, May 28, Only
over the curb, the truck buckedvildhorse ,, Evelyn 7Doesn't Charles Laughton In

OLEOMARGARINE ION A fashion 4 Front seem right for Mrs. O.U I "TilE BEACHCOMBER": ;
wheels kept moving up and down,, Heasley to be sick so long I: And
NUTLEY, Lb. lOc ,Plain or Self-Rising like a mechanical rockln'-mule She's always so lively and full of I TWO SHORT SUBJECTS. &1v

., Sam Simpson was perched d pep Hope you're up before
SUNNY FIELD PICNIC FLOUR n the front bumper takln' some ong, Mrs. O. J L.: B." We miss Bargain Night-Ailulto 15c A
high rlden, yellln':, "hold it;. holdIt foil ". '
HAMS Lb '17c Writ., Tlium.:, May\ 29.- 39(
down'iSo !
Politics sho must be waxln'warm
5 Lb. 17c .
Bag I I Sheriff Andreu &, Uncle when they' call Charley "THK: STORY OF DR.EIIRLlfll'S ,

WHOLE MILK Lb. 12 Lb. Bag 37c I Benny Rowe dumped 50 gallonsof Darby up at 3 a, m., from the : MAGIC BULLET"
I whiskey in the ditch back of Shell Place to find out if he's With Edward: G. Robinson 'ONLY1O
CHEESE 25c 24 Lb. Bag 73c .- how 'or Holland Whitehair .
.ho jail! Surprising that or AN<>-NVvs and Short Subjects DAYS
48 Lb. Bag $1.43 :stuff gets around 'Hope none Jnnerstund there was a $5 bet on MOREGOOD'
!ot our local sports were tempted
Granulated A & P Phew! -

SUGAR FANCY CREAMERY You know, Starke has a lot of
Next Tuesday is the day for Bradford Countyto
Tub PrintBUTTER taken-for granted land-marks;
(Factory Packed) or lon't you" agree that these are make progressive history. Dr. Middleton, the

10 Lb. Pkg. some of 'em?: Chief A. L. Alvarez
leading candidate for Superintendent of Public
chewing his cigar on Call'sstreet
46c Pound 33c corners; Aunt Vida Morgan Instruction is assured of his election. Do not be TIRES
sitting In her chair by the
BALLAKD'S Obelite KOOLAID, Pkgr. ___.._ 5c toor, at her magazine store;; misled. Do, not listen to idle gossip. ,Go. to the ,

FLOUR 10 Lb. Bag 53c CHOCOLATE. 1-2 LI. PkK. Lacy Conway, rushing around polls and give Dr. Middleton: the largest vote one
like a house afire; Dr. Middleton,, INTRODUCING THE NtWALLAMERICAN
AKMOUKH Tasty BAKERS _________ 17c wylng. "how' my boy (or man ever had in Bradford County. .

TREET 12 Oz. Can 23c girl) ?"; John Powell, breezln' TIRE .
FLAKKS! 12 oz. PUR. busily in Starke's P. O.; Powell

IILUE ROSE GRAPENUTS ____. 15c Carpenter., with his I-belong-ln- MADE AND GUARANTEED BY GOODYEARAn

Starke look; Joe C. Hoover, pride
RICE IONA of Starke, champion of photographers amazing new Good- 8.25-17 or $C95

COCOA, 2 Lb. Can 17c ; Nat (sez) Sternberg, year value for the lowest S-S6-1T **
5 Pound Package Uarke's "show-man"; Orle Wiggins price fieldl See it-.com-
Rest Super SucU the man who can see the R 4.78-19 or $495
Formerly it for downright value
1 15c .I\L.EK. :3 I Sm. PUgs. _- 23c bright side They're many, at pare anything like these law 5.00-19 CASH PRICES WITH

prices YOU OLD TIRfl
3, S Ox. Cane 5 O .. Can ,a rre ,


LIVER SPREAD, 3 No. 1.4 Cans ________ 25c: Every Goodyear Tire -

VIENNIA SAUSAGE, 3 No. 1-2 Cans ___ 25c Eat More Sea we sell is guaranteedin

CORNED BEEF HASH, ILb. Can, 2 for 25c Feod for Health writing for its FULL

CHILI CON CARNE 3, 11 Oz. Cans __._ 25c MAGNOLIAFISH MAKKKT LIFE without time or- ,

mileage limits. .
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SPA R K L E Gelatin Desserts ____ lOc OLD FURNITURE MADE

,FIG BARS (Bulk), Lb. ______ 10c lament A gumtmU.4 Goodyea' Tlro at populeat'

rrkoaOn price Only :SOc a w..k on Ear-Pay Term.
ANN PAGE 1 Lb Jar AllWork -
Dr. Middleton a friend to everyone, is the man to or SM-19 .
RASPBERRY JAM, Black Seedless 17c AT .5.50-la 6.75'
ha correct the, recognized ills of our school system. $rj77It.7S1.
v FREDKKICKS. ... &5 -17 7.08 y
OUR OWN IUXNU Packed 1- Lb. b1 Beverage Glass. He has the'interest of every parent every child, or C5IC 9.37 ;

1-4 Lb. ._ ____ __ 17c FURNITURE HOSPITALwrwu.uwsuuvuwiew ,
TEA __ __ and every taxpayer at heart. Your interest and Cash prices with your old tiro. '
the interest of your children are his Otbor sia.s pricod in proportion.
Lb. ,
SUNNYFIELD tt: ,, l"kat. nnrtawsu sua

PURE LARD __________ 17c



LUX, 2 liars __ -- Hc CAMAY, 2 Bars ..___ He of Beautg HE PROMISESA GOODj YEAR


IVORY, :3 I.g. Bars 25c OXYDOr.. 3 Sm. I-kgs. 2.tcIIAIUWATER of Sympathy] MUSIC DEPARTMENT SECOND TO NONEA LO1t t01T.,. TIRES ,-.IOfNI1L0E e

KIRKS 4 Bars __ __ 15e OCTAGON: (.g. Pkg. __ 4c FOR EVERY FLOKAL
Give Dr. :Middleton Your Active
I NEED: CALL Support During

The Next Few Days, and Your Vote on May 28th. Register! Motor Company

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STARKE Pacific Tea Company FLORIDA 123-J
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t ;;:. H, Johns Mr. and Mrs E. L. Molpus Master David Harwell -- -- -- PAGE FtVK qNl,'
: spent Friday In Gainesville.Mr. Lak i Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs.
t Gatnesvllle.jauy City has been ducted the
the I meditation
of ,, period and
guest Rev using cake.
aides In | Clark, and Mrs. W. A Bonham i Harding, and Lorraine Honcrtef
and Mrs,
A. E, Llghtfoot. as her topic "My Lord Calls i ;
and Mra. Jack Williamsare spent Wednesday In Waldo. Haw Mete Those Invited tu. enjoy the J. E. Denmark Mike 'Dew, I I"" .....
enjoying a tour of the East thorne, and Gainesville. party with the honoree were: Enos! Hayes, Joe Andrews, Freeman I 'j, tf:
ln Coast. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan of f, I Following the program a short Misses! :Muriel Hall Freddie Wlmberley. Register Buddy Davis +

1 -' 1CICkIIUt your Gainesville were guests! Sunday W. M. Wainwright of Talla business this time meeting was held. At Patsy Keen Hobble Cameron George Flynn, and Othma Hayes, s. 11 4 S .!,i'Hj
1 I&e 3. Iteglslratlon. Miss Verna Lee' George attended afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. K. G hassee spent Mother's Day here Mrs. Middleton gave a Geraldine Silcox, Alice June Jr i I I'',
of Tue.ay. (Pd. Homecoming at Long Duncan. with his parents, v Mr. and Mrs. report of the zone meeting held / A. ...,'1'1' JJ
ffi* last
Branch Church recently. N. D. Walnwrlsht. Friday. INSURE a r
a' +
dv,) Miss Carolyn Reed and Mia Mrs.. B. J. Holt has Miss:\ Sara Barefoot N. D. fr'
spending' some Kaspar Duncan spent last week Battle of Ft. Meade are returned WAINWRIGHT JR. it..
t I Galnca is Rock, N. C.. as In Lake Butler with his grand- of Misses Marlon and guests Helen to her home In Ft. Meade after Honored At Party FIRE i '"i
Blowing enjoying a visit here LIFE AUTO LIAHUJTY
Mundorff. mother, Mrs Rosa Duncan. Dowling with Mr. BONDS i
E. I '
at of Mra R. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. Miss Sara Barefoot attractive Phone 71 '
i daughter of :Mr ,
and Mrs. P. M.
Elect J. F. Klckliter u"
.,; liNI D BEST QUALIFIED Supervisor of Registration. your He Howard Davis or Fernamllna: :Miss Ray In Charge Barefoot, was the honored guest -S. S ; t. '
not been de- spent Saturday as the guest of Monday night 6, .
Lnle have May when her
will appreciate vote. Of WSCS I
your ((1',1.
will be deceived. his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ProgramThe I mother entertained for her In If
Pol. Adv.)
they L. A. Davis
to polls on May celebration of her fifteenth birth- <
. iS (0 their] votes! for the regular business and pro- day anniversary. I I: .
east I gram meeting of the j
honest.y. believe Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs" Roy Smith of Tennllle. Woman's
hem .they Ga. Society of Christian Service ofi Spring flowers, attractively arranged i I
I to serve them- small daughter, Claire Jean spentMonday is the guest of her brother- In bowls I J
qualified the Methodist Church and vases and .
in-law was held
Jacksonville and \
at Beach as sister Mr. and Mrs. I.
rd 1 }H ioUandpaid! Pol. Adv.) I guests of Mrs. Bill Dutton. K G. Duncan. Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat advantageously placed throughout i I '-
( the Church with the president the lower floor, were used 'In ; ; :
Mrs. W E. Middleton presiding decorating. U .I lir .J'
Marjorie Sue Middleton 'J "
ELECT Jacksonville is the guest of her of Miss Olive Ray had charge of During, the evening many in- FLORIDA I It ; jl"'t"
the program, and presented formn games were enjoyed by \ 1
Dr. and Mrs. W j I
K. Middleton.Mr. I' "Blazer of Trails In Interracial the young people and at a late rf,
HAL Y. MAINES I' Understanding"study. as the subjectfor ing hour refreshments Mrs. Barefoot of served Ice tempt-cream it >ru t ; .' "

and Mrs. C. A. Knight I.
Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman of I
spent Mother's Day In Callahan I ,
r Social Christian relations,
with Mrs.
mother Mrs. !
James Shepard an Interesting and informative review ,
of the life of Mrs. Luke

Mr. H. O. Yost and Miss Rosa worker Johnson,who a great lived In and Genrgln.untiring! Dear Friends And Voters ;\
Mae Norman, of
Waverly Fla., Mrs. Frank Robinson ::1
returned last week after a visit con- :
Of Bradford \
County: +At
with Miss Norman's mother, Mrs. TIIKKK' IS A Il.{ \SON i qv .frt., .
J. E. Norman. peasant L. Holland has what

FRIENDS; : the people have been looking for Please allow me this opportunity of ? :
OF OTHKKCANDIDATKS : in a candidate for Governor
: ability, courage honesty and In- again expressing my appreciation for the Rw ;

The friends of ail candidates In tegrity. In the first primary, he wonderful support given me in the First ,
the first
primary appreciate the led his present opponent by 23-
fact that no mud was slung at 736 votes. Primary and for your continued efforts I';

their Holland favorite candidate by Spessard (Paid Pol. Adv.) in my behalf.It S r
or by his friends.

rat and Holland they wholeheartedlyPaid are supporting Spessard War Unnecessary has been impossible for me to visit : ; :'

( Pol. Adv.) each one of you personally during this ; /A
S If you don't want your sons and
Y n e r husbands carried oft to war to election but I hope you will not let this 'r r'+

> Cent-a-Word return crippled. or not at all. vote interfere with your vote. 1 have visited with you during the past : i
for Jerry Carter Sin of Jerry'
tour seven sons are years and months-NOT FOR VOTES OR FAVORS but to ,,1';'
State Senator FOR SALK-; '
lilies, 3 doz. of military age help in possible and because 1 friend : ,l
$1. See F. G. Hemingway: at and iietinl.e I ,j ,, $ you any way am your 4'
He Was The High- Man In- Both CountiesIn home on W. Call St 5-10 2tp raasons why 365 days out of every year and not just an ELECTION I '; i

The First Primary Especially In FOR SALE-one kerosene Elec- Jerry will striveI VISITOR. Friends you know this. You know what I have ': "

Union Ills Home County, trolux, has refrigerator been (In 6-foot use about capacity -)'I I' of to keep war us Jerry out done for you and your schools. You know that I have at all '

e Has< The Ability And Courage To Fight price.1 1-2 years.Is In perfect Will sell for half Ad-, will National develop Defense times made your interests my interests and have cooperated i :
For Your Interest ""i'' dress P. O. Box 435, Stnrke, and resources with you in every matter in behalf of our schools. I :
removing -
Fla. tfFOR
He Is A Friend -'Of The Farmer The SALE-Poland-China pigs, I: quota restric-sugar The future of your children depends on your schools. I have : 1'1

Laboring Man, The 'V. P. A. Worker, three months old from litter tions secure given you good schools good transportation facilities and :

And The Common People* .. of twelve Are world Cham-I protection for terry W Carter :
good teachers, thereby helping to give children the ;H 1
lie Continues To Solicit Your Vote And pion strain. Lucian Conner, the farmer citrus grower live- you your ..
Support Upon His Qualifications, And Starke, Fla. lip' stock industry immerclal fishermen educational training which you wish them to have. I
and Insurant reserves of I I
Ability To Serve Not Upon Any De- FOR SALE CHEAP--210 acres policy holders-He will provide ; ,
merits' Of 'His .Opponent pasture land located 3 miles Opportunity forYouth,], and Se The selection of your County School Superintendent is aserious I :

IT Is A : ; I from Lnwley See W. H. Graham curity for the 'AHefT-assuring matter. You need a man who knows school work a man "'
HeJ t'ropertyxOjvner Aady.A.T
-"t"" ayer .at J. M.AIvarcz Store for Immediate employment for relief
particulars 5.13 4t workers! with investigation and experienced, in finances who cari properly administer the affairs{ / "

Do'Not lie Misled- ,By. AllY Ld&Minute I FOR SALE-It foot boat. See certification afterwards-guaranteeing of the office and a man with your interests and the education :.t''

Campaign ,Rumors C. H. Jenkins at Mrs. OllleMarr's Jerry .twill fair make treatment loan* to to labor small) of your children at heart. This is my life's work and my only I : '

., '. -. home. ltp business a reality and relieve merchants means of livelihood. 't'

YOUR VOTE ,.AND SUPPORT WILL, ]RE FOR RENT -- Two furnished of Federal nuisance taxes
,APPRECIATEDPaid apartments. Apply Mrs. J. W Jerry Carter !saved millions of dol. It has been rumored that I am a dead man but despite the
lars for Florida through lowering
( PoliticalAdvertisement; ) Starke.Morgan or Morgan's Store it, freight ndsorriBpr unrl telephonerates. fact that they wish me so "I 1 STILL LIVE. I cordially invite

He will show greater ac-
FOR you to come and see for yourself. ,
RENT- Attractive five-room :jompllihment! with greater op ,
bungalow In town with all oort unities '
modern conveniences See Mrs. Vote for Jerry Carte. for United Before you cast your vote on May 28th., I beg you to stop

NAT SEZ: Hilda belle Bence or Morgan's o.a Rr"atnr think and consider the man QUALIFIED. CAPABLE AND .
t Tho good old summer time it Store. (Paid Political Advertisement)
sere at lust; looked for awhile ABLE to keep your schools in A-l position and the man whom !

like winter was going to run you know has the will determination and the fight to do whatis ,
ct right through dog! days. From On The Eve Of The Second PrimaryI

+ R' 19 now on ,Iota of us will be going wish to make my final appeal to t'le people. of Ilnul- right by you and your children at all times.Sincerely :/1
in washing In a big. way. I can't
ford County for their vote and active Htipport' on May
f understand how Kingsley l..akecan.
28th. I am confident that If my friends continue *
stay so clear! In t'iio summertime yours ..
their efforts In behalf thent'd
my no "let-up" during
with all that scrubbing' going -
on, can you? Just another few ilnys' I will l be victorious' at the poll nest FOR BETTER SCHOOLS I ..

i one of them world wonder, I Tnpsday.. I.un deeply grateful. and Mill never forgetthe
reckon. If your old bathing suit interest my friend nave taken In my ('andJdat>y. A. J. GRIFFIS

looks like a mosquito net, better .
come In and get a new one, J. F. KICKLITERCandidate County Superintendent.

o' letM'n you're one of them nudist for Supervisor of Registration .
(Paid rolltlcikl Adnrthemllnt)
(Paid Political Advertisement)

I ? -j- a M This advertisement appeared in a leading South Florida Daily) 1

thisthe w antf0ff
Let tile RECORD spak 'for teeH"' .

'' man VN Q R? HE WILLPROMOTE Wl, h...*'. a mall. part of */. : ;

p {/E R dellbefately r_>f. D. sat Ilk* It?
G ; -
THE INTERESTS Whltehalr's opponent foucht
','*' ?> plays aa ., TION.
< state ? ,x (.. as ?. lxn r.M 471. ,INI ....1..,

Whilchalr'a opponent voted
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ni /l. HMM mtmmltt I K U IMTM ft
; I1N.r.

,.: Tj f
: -. "., ,: 'w Whltchitropponent canted I
w hundreds of
3 cltUon of Frostproof and
,. Y.so,,,
Auburn l. to lo their right to vote .
in municipal electioN.
SFESSARQ w MS 4C Ituntt fmt ... mi, Smlt n4, ....
eta M... < ..... >.*, IMt ...Ii...

o- flf SOUT.HFRANCIS s e Whit h Jr'. opponent Introduced a
dictatorial School Code Law creating
a special state board with tyrannical
S S power that would hare deprived! local
I .F. WHITOiAiRyis I I school authorities of their right: and
fined and imprisoned school teachers
ot ,' .. for failure to make report on time. It
the Friend of ALL FLORIDAWhitehair even required candidate for County
and State School Superintendent to
1 11 ATT ;' 'UNITED'FLORIDA' with all sections of obtain ptrmlitlon of the Slate .Vu-
AN OTHER GRADES C urges:a trtnltiifJent before running for office.

$L o.; $1.00JTERNBERCT r '. the ,State working, in harmony for progress and prosperity. .M .... *'IH 11. J vul P.... (n. .ItlJ ....'.. ; V f

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St- I VOTE: ) I S I u :. .
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Near The IJvewtock Auction Gainesville, .

Snow's Livestock Auction Market
Gainesville, Fla.
The People of This Section Depend Oi Us So Many People Use "M

High Quality Draperies Sold By >? !_,_ ..( I ISnow's tORNaL"CIRMICRAEL.OENNISOtt 'V; SAsl

THE DRAPERY SHOP Florida Motor & Equipment Co. East Palatka Stock Market Palatka, Florida I

GAINESVILLE We Carry A Complete Line Of Opening date first sale Thursday, :May! 30th.

727 \\'. I'nHerslty Avenue I'oon 701 FARMALL TRACTORS Sales Each Thursday Thereafter r sl
Gainesville; -- SEE IT!
t t- Added -
Robert Benthley
TELL WHY You PreferHAVATAMPA "11011+ MO\U-S"
plus -
TELL \\111'-
You Use I CIGARS Walt Disney I'artoain
AMOCOGASOLINE So Many People of This Entire Section Distributed By THK BIVETJER":
Gainesville Take Part; In Our \\ottBuilding1

TELL, WHY For the first three entries
Starke and Gainesville \IW
Carl In the longest
StengelFLYING who turn
So many people of this territory trade with us for of words which can be built
VALUE AND SAVINGSOn from the title, "Buck B nnj'
SCHOOLFor High Quality Home Furnishings Rides Again."


The People Of This Section Rely On Our "r Corner Union and Garden Phone 143 FLORIDA_ Gainesville THEATREBox Ili
',4x PERT AUTOMOTIVE: SERVICE 0 "Your Credit Is Good" Gainesville, Fla. 638
We Repair Any Make Of Car Expert Instruction .. Prizes As Follows..anytme
good | |
l 1-12 Passes
Washing Greasing Polishing s i 2.-6 Passes good anytlDlr
PIANOS $5.00 Down-$5.00 per month

One,Of This City's Best Equipped $hops

Opposite { People of this e.Utt

Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE |tion prefer to shop WI*
TELL WHY TELL WHY- For Hls'a quality
So Many Peoplo Df'pe'PtOn V. For Office Supplies WATCHES:
So many ladles of this territory shop first at And Equipment DIAMONDS -


the latest styles in ISA K. Main N. GAINESVILLE Phone 280 -
Gainesville "Not Just A Frame Around A Picture". >UVAL JEWS

The Men of This Entire Section CO.OF .


You Like The People of This Entire Section Depend On The
(Florida( Theatre Block) Gainesville PAINT SHOP
Served In A Different Manner 24 Hour Wrecker Service--Wrecked Autos Rebuilt The People
Shrimp Chicken Steaks On V*
"Give Us A Trial"When 'Lien Depend

Burnett The Clothier For

In Gainesville Stop At The Additional SMART STYLES

Contest Ads

Rate $1.00 On THE VOGUE

Page Seven Gainesville


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Methodist Church CommissionersHave Monday. the :3rd day of Juno, A.f Township 7 South, Range 12 F.a..t1 courthouse door on the first Mon. "
I>. 1(40. JO Acres more or less In cmbraceu.. dRY In the month of June 1910.I I9tO"I-"I
n News NotesThe Brief It la'fur9her"" ordered that thin! under Ortlflcat No. 263.NKVi which In. the Ird day of June, U40.j n
acle MeetingThe order be publl.hd in the Brad fora of NEW ex 14 A. H of Pub Dated (hl. 80th day of j I
I County Telearaph. a newipaperpublished lic road Hro. II' Township 7 Mouth ;
Board In said County of Brad* Ilanca 22 24 ,
Dividing Sunday morning service at of County Commissioners East containing acre.more j
"Rightly lord, one each week for four con. or less embraced under Certlflratc "
of com- the First Methodist Church was of Bradford County met a"c tlveweeks.. No. 257. to-elect i ,
;dyof Truth" was May 6th In the Court House ibis tlM my hand and official assessment of the said prop ; ,,1
'orc! Hall Tuea. i conducted by the pastor the Rev. seal 80th day of April, A. I>. erryh.u said certificate.I No. 254 CHARLES O. ANDREWS t
Members ,
the Mission! Conner Chairman 1940OFFICIAL o was In the name of T. J. Alderman; 1
at last chapter oftht' Frank Robinson using as his P. D. Reddish Mallory ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas the Assessment of the said property
The Clerk Circuit Court. under said certlflrate No. tit
: subject "Paramo unt Christian Thomas, R S. Wasdln and T. D. John J. Henderson, ]E 8q was In the name of T. J. Alderman. ; UNITED STATES SENATOR {
k dealt ererihd.fare : Pro'jbyeca Solicitor for Plaintiff i-3 4t 8-34 and the .
The choir assessment of the eld .
Experiences. sang Dyal were present. property under said. Certificate No. Sen. Andrews has fought for and can *. depended yB te I 1'1,
teem of
-' a number "Keep the Lower Lights Burn- Notary Public's Bond for L. D. iTJIK CIRCI'rr Court iv ANn 2S7 was. In the name of T. J. Aid continue fighting lora '
of the social Ing." K o R imtttKonu ('Ot' erman.ITnlvaa of .la 4efoauM of tk. l (
Vinlng tn the amount of $500; N T vFLOHlUt. said Certlflcntea shall beredeemed I. Keeping the United Stales oat war except '
( Mho forded join the: The evening service was also was signed by the Fidelity and l.N CMtMKHI. arordinK to law' the proportion Monroe Doctrine, and sufficient preparedness t. make ..cia. COB-, !
i Anna Bell William, ,
described therein will I be aold
filet t
tags a matter of expediency conducted by the pastor, and the Casualty Co.? of New York, as Plaintiff to the hlcheat bidder at the Oourt- Improbable. e I',
a' but be la- vs.Stafford. house door the first In and develop- ,
cannot church orchestra played "Abide Surety.A on Monday S. The protection
r members "protes.1 Williams. the Month of June 140 which lathe )\ : I
the tent of Florida agricultural '
are With Me" and "Finlandla. The DefendantIn 3rd, day of June. l)40. '
These request was received from .
The real Choir the Name of the Slate ofFlorida Dated thla Blh, day of May A. products. partlcalarly IU winter Q:t'',' I ;
of Chrlatlty.er not only Young People's sang a the Florida State Exhibit for Greeting: D. l \40, fruits and rereUbles, Sea (] tl I $ : i'
Is the one who the special selection.The $200 previously promised from To: Stafford Williams whoserealdenre (O..hIAJ.ilEAL/ ) A. J. Thomas, Island cotton, and tobacco tb. '! I; ,
assent to IK unknown.OU AUK Clerk. of Circuit Court of Bradford
1 a 'mental who be- regular morning service the next year's budget; it was 11KKKUY: ltE9U1ItKU to appearto ri.unty. Florida. 5-10 4t 9.31No'iwi removal of all restrictionsacalnst :t
Gospel but the lull of Complaint: I riled herein the production of sugar f
be conducted next refused.
of ID the his heart that accepts Jesus the pal tor.> The evening Sundayby hourat Clerks and Inspectors were against 15th.,you day on of ur June bcfoie A,Saturday l>. : OF T\APPI.Ir1TioNFOR IlKKIt 3.In the Permanent State. security for the p i 1) J 1''': "\

sins and 8 o'clock will be 1940, or:; Krcreo Pro ronfvHMu will \... It1l: r Promises"I",
a special for the various Iriiate r
for titshl appointed precincts be entered airalniit you. NOTU'K iS IIKHKRY O1VKN.::. aged the blind the disabled; [
a. Savior.T.8tRS.CLE Young People's service at which for the Second Primary IT IS KUKTIlim rWDKIlKOthat \ That John 1i. Jpliten holder of Tux adequate provision for disabled r% ( t.I'
: time awards will be presented to Election to be held Tuesday I 'flits notice be pnMltihvil, III ,I Certlflmte/:... 9s. limued the 71 h veterans, their widows and de- < '
Rev. L. W.Id The Hrudfoid Onunt Telegraph day of Srptemher! A. I>. 19.16 has
,I Frldll)' night of several members of this depart May 28.Minutes. a nouHpilper published In Iliad-i filed BRIIIB' In my offlre mid him pendents. "Do ds-Not
Lawtey had charge ment. The young people's choir find County once rnrh neck fur made uppllrutlon for a tea deed !
I of was of a previous meeting four con Hi-i'U live \MtknWllnexo I to he iHHiipd thereon. Sold rerllflrnle ,
,rvlce. His message and the church orchestra will,' held May 6, are as follows: mv hand and official emliraoen the following dcaerlhed > -- -- -- ,
direct selections. A worthwhile Meal this the 17th, dar of May, property lu the. County of .
e and give pro-I The pauper allowance of Mrs. A. I>, 1140OKKKMAI. Bradford, Stale of Florida, to-wlf:
sundaY Night "Billy"Wcaga gram Is being prepared and Alice Thomas raised ( SI3AI.) A.J I Thulium, All NW'4'i of 8WV, W of llv?
was to $3.50per
st connected t.Jerk of Circuit CourtF Sec 15 Tp 6 M. Mange 22 Hunt"
l formerly 1 everyone Is urged to attend. month the allowance of Mc- :. K. I'eriymanAttntni'V oiintalnlriv/ 9 Acres, more or IHII. I
Bible Institute, services for Plaintiff f, 17 41 ..ftO'rH'I' .-.' The assessment of the avid pru|>-
the Moody Prayer meeting are Kinley Davis was raised to $3.00 (ID@mr IDno(
He Is a living erty under the 8"ld| | rertlflfiit !is' r '
(be speaker of God. conducted each Wednesday even- per month. Louise Griffis was allowed > : or tPrt.u AtitMln. In the name of II. II

,any to the power ing from 8 o'clock to 8:30.: $::5.00 per month E. C. Foil TAX, IIKK.IIenat : I Youngl'nlm-. :
story he was a <" 11111 :\... Kii: ) mild certificate bull :
to his I law, the
rdlng Clark was raised to $5.00 per rpI..n''urdl"" to
nacle. Mrs. Weber and the girl NOTIl-B IS IIKHKUV"' therein will beHold
drinker for 35 yearsturned month. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson was T, ""'. laughter holder of property dencrlhed 'tV
using dope play the Swiss bells, and sing. allowed Tax C..rllth.'at."I1.'rl', $4.00 per month and
to But 264, 252 and 257 Inxui-d Au-
criminal. their former visit here !
Ie life of a they Mrs. Mary VanAnda was allowed KUHt !!Li.! tan! has filed name In my V i''
converted and all theses were very much enjoyed. I office anil ban made uppllcntlim lor GreetingsTo : ""I.I i1.II i1.
$4,00 month.
aj per
ofe tat deed to tie Itwueil tlu-renu
left him. At the age Said certificate respectively embrace ,
and active In the WHITE'S CREAM Request was received from the folio win* dptidllx-d propertleH My Friends:-The Voters of I
ii strong Mrs. Minnie Johns of the Housekeeping /In the County of. lliadfoid, Bradford County.
ce of God. VERMIFUGEHas Aid for "State of "Florida to-.. ltNW14 StzelIilll"e ,
Project a type ,
2S TovknKhlp
of NVItlttcll"n r
F.CI.LSSOVNCEMENT long been used for ex writer, which was refused and It 7 South, KaiiKe 'il iuMt. 40 I am appealing to each and : I'
and Saturday night Acres, more or leas In embraced everyone of you to rally to the II l/( / ;;
day pelling round worms in chile was suggested that she make under Certificate No. 254 r
2nd Rev. of, and vote for son, : !
31st and June andbter dren. Price 35c.CARPENTER'S<< her reports In the Clerk's office WS. of NW-4 of )tat| Section 2lvoid support my ,,,, .
wife W M. Bill Wainwright when '
his )
I Weber and I (
and would
where desk
will\ be at the Taber- DRUG STORE II I be fuinlshed. you cast your' vote next Tuemlay. ( II I

1 a TILL WHY He la thoroughly qualified, hon. I '

Clyde Crawford requested the est courteous, and accommodat "QP-L.ltlldl'P' c 0,

ORES FUNERAL HOME Board to endorse him for certification to Many Peoplerr ('hoo"ln!: lug hl I '(
134 in the W. P. A. and
Night Phone ,
Service Day --
Ambulance A New 1940 Since coming out of the World I .
the Clerk was Instructed to com- III' t Ii i
L hate added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipment War he has spent the greater I rCOMB ,
municate with the certification
I for riding. STUDEIIAKERFor portion of his time working '. '11
with special springs easy
department of the W. P. A, re .' '
banks State and County finances, IN and see it. Full :
.1110ME: -UKE INSTITUTION" G. II. Bennett Manager questing that Mr. Crawford be Beauty Style and .
In familiar with all the state departments cubic foot, se...
immediately certified and as- EconomySold and commissions and in gleaming Permalu
signed to work. fully understands the duties and outside, with PorceUin-on- '

THANK YOU! 1SOTICB TO UiFI.it\T By requirements of the State Treas steel cabinet inferior, chilling

of seeing and thanking the IV TIIK tuiriiT rot Ire i> ,v>n uror. tray, automatic light, R4-cub
Realizing the impossibility FOR 1t1l'l''ono (01'>TY FtOR.u C. H. Strickland '
and if elected freezing capacity, many
million Floridans who voted forlie .''. iv < n\iio. Vote for him t
Lore than a quarter Leola Stall OverBtrvvt. will have a sympatheticfriend Other features. :
in the primary of May 7th, I take this method ofpresslng Plaintiff Motor Co. you In that office: who knows ]fi powered by the famed ;;

| to each one of you my sincere appreciationor Marcus-va- H. OverHtrect, 933 your problems and would grant PoUrsphere sealed unit I "
114 S. Wilson Phone
the confidence placed in me. Iassure Defendant.IN that current let than
and uses
your support THE NAME OF TIIK ST,\Till any favors that could be ex .
you such confidence will be protected by confirmed OFFLORIDA.. OBJo ETINU: OAINESMLXKI1AIIOA1NS tended.He BIG 6-6'A CUBIC FOOT 20% of the time, and hat sufficient i
TO Marcus H. Ovemtreet, te 9
: capacity to '
fair, impartial and efficient service to the ex- whom notice may be given, do IN GOOD USED has lived among you all his New 1940KELVINATOR cold under average .
Ward Overntrert Attorney at Law, life and Is a, descendent of refrigerators
lent of my ability. :Hylvnnla, Georgia. CAns ; household conditions.i: j
You are hereby required to appear pioneer families who have paid of the .
M. LEECOMPTROLLER to the bill of complaint filedixrvln taxes, helped to build and support And It's lust one j i
aKU.Innt. you on or before amazing vsluei in the New '
schools roads and other
churches, 6 '
1940 Kelvinator line. Dig
Advertisement) Institutions for almost a century; .
(Paid Political
and 8 cubic foot model at II
that has made Florida what It, $114,75
5: '
WHY savings of $30 to $ compared
TELL WHY Is today; Why vote for a man to List year. See our.ethl9.wy.t.cueaPl.e
who bus lately como to Florida e.llr.r.d be t.ar kll.h.n '
W for the
"Ho Many People Are llUlnR complete line- ;
[The people of thlt entire. "00- I and has done comparatively little new book-"The 1940 Ro- "I'

ion depend on u.. for A New 1010 I If anything at all, fur the advancement f riK rmor Guide." I.

High tonalityFl'llNITUKK HUDSONFor I of the state of Its .Suit....*'.'Ira"."".* 1 I 0 ,

AND HOME Beauty Style and Give the home boy your vote TITUS OLSON '

next Tuesday and you Will have
Room South Walnut
FI'IIMSIIINGSCOX :" Economy done justice In the premlHes Display on I
IkA1) .
Yours sincerely, StreetStarke

...---.-.-... s<.ui By N D. Walnwright Fla.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I ,


Gainesville. o.tlnt'Ule You can'tnafcfi


TELL WIIV- Other Car .
A/I'Star Features tn Any
The people of this section depend on us for

f g JUVENILE the latest CLOTIUNG styles in Regardless of Price /


t MODERN YOUTH err yNa r p, d C+M

(formerly Nancy-Ellzabeth Shop) pr.MtMLIMI110g, w N Mon
208 E. University Ave. O

11 WHY lit'r 5 Treat .1 Grnr = sort,


1lt S You Like To Trade With PAy dydrrn


611 W. University Ave. Phone 257 xW

1 Ma. tha* a I/
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Home Ventilation FOODS No other cor,r.gordl.nofpri R M' models r priced of Flint, Mich.

<., combine l.3 Transportation battd on rail rotes,

-- alll lh.*. ChevreUI fats/ and 'local taxes (if any),

Florida-bad of eternal Springr That will quality features. R' =: optional equipment and ace.V ..-

JaIl- mean omething to you this summer if you have a simple, Inexpensive V. tori..-.xlra. Prices ub/ec/ fo

I Home Comfort vcntilaiioa tystem in your home. Operated by dependable "LET US SERVE YOU" No other car, a''f h change without notice.r.pardl.u .
'service, this installation will keep up s gentle circulation of air-bring 0price I

lilt e11doorr -make every room as livable a* a tree-thaded, breeze kissedIT" canmatch

bd.de. the sea IDEAL LAUNDRY Chevrolet USA 1 "' A ti t

|![ffjloucomfortable; ae normal healthful ia-rheolhade ren'peraruretgelS FLORIDA lic demand.in pub- Id Tnq It-

I2 ?at
IbfeivHom! I Comfo ventilating unit is easily installed; built-in and porta-

I ryl(u. Choose the model that meets your needs-enjoy spring all summer.m :
SAM SAYS: - -- -- F/RSTAM/W Ii-
e --J I J I -... tUctrk arpli".'ce.. operand M CHEVROLET*

l raw is hisc...,.help rIft nun' 1'ELI. \\'1n'I I I
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: 'fiElIICE of This Entire Sed
'- ; I The Ladles In
h I The Latest Styles' :


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SEE YOU ELECTRIC SEALER Gainesville Starke, ti,


J. G. SPENCER Manager




STAltKE., FLORIDA FitlU.ty t1e
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The Bradford County Telegraph weeks even more ago, because important some than of the it most was highly three BIG IN SECOND PRIMARY FOR SPECIALS MAY 2l.2g

-. responsible positions in the state and county (Continued from page one) S R J 0 h OS
Kxtat>ll tMl 1877 '
while the first primary M: 'I''- t PHONE
->, ",- will be decided then the ballot will contain: .
-- Fridaya and Entered &II SPCod in instances, was only a
l'ult1111hed Weekly on balloting many For Member Board Public
Claim Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla.SUBSCRIPTION process of elimination.Look Instruction District No. 1 5
> -- -- RATE over this list of important offices
H. MooreJ. Sons
Yearly,91.50: Six::: Month, 75o-Payable In AdvanceAdvertising that are still undetermined and decide & PLENTY OP
presence at S, (Buddy) NormanIn .a''
Rate on ApplicationYour whether not you think your SPCE
.. -. -- .-.---- -->'-- -....--- M or next Tuesday will be worth your voting; precinct NOB. f, 5: 7.
the polls NEAR .
will contain: PRICES S A L
of Florida will be and 8 the ballot CASH AND CARRY old
Vote Next Tuesday while: A Governor
More Important Than On May 7th. named; a United States Senator; an At- For Member Hoard Public FRYERS
Treasurer; a Cir- Instruction District No. 3 PLENTY FANCY YOUNG
During the past few weeks our editorial torney General; a State 25
crowded out by State Senator; a County Superintendent O. C. Kelly
column has been practically cuit Judge; a
and a Alive Pound - - .
the unusual volume of advertising in con- of Public Instruction; E. J, Lewis Dressed) or .
'' nection with the Democratic primary elec- Supervisor of Registration. In addition to
tions. We appreciate the business and feel this School Board members and County I\ TIIH cotvrv: Ji'i"'.'':'"roiuT NO. 1 IRISH POTATOES, 10 Pounds 10
several Fall nUJUFallUL'lt'NTY
that we must "make hay while the sun Commissioners will be elected in IM Asp, PI.OIIIII1
ask for the continued indulgence In the Mutter of Probate... of. --
ry; shines. We precincts.If Will of fhnrlPM K I."t. rt. ri>RHed.TO .
readers until after the worth casting on
of our your vote was Thin In to nollfy all claimants, Kitchen Matches
when we will once more be able to devote 7th, it is doubly worth casting on May 28th. Fare again, davefiHpd.the elate In I of preHetit Charles your F 2 Packages NO. 2 CAN 6
of space to news and another record and make the claim atralnM the, above namedrut ,
the proper'amount Let's break at* to the fon K. K. ferryman
'l editorial, matter. vote in Bradford County County,Judge of Drudford County '
second primary Florida duly sworn to. mid within Blue Rose
This week, however, we do want space larger than the first! .eight' publication calender! menthe of thin from notice theflint or 10 Pounds 22cFancy 5 Ibs. 18
1 O your claim will be barred I by <
enough' urge all qualified voters in Bradford statute of limitation, and, be of GRITS
inconsistency no tore and effect alxo to pay
l County to turn out at the polls next The most glaring example of all debt owing to Meld estate to PorkShoulders
Tuesday just as strong as you did on May in this country today is staged by the the said undersigned Will. a8 Executrix of Western
Rolls 16
there clamors for more the 23i'd day of May, A. D. 3 lOc Pound
why continually
7th. There is not a single reason group that 19Ttl" ,
in the second pri- be spent in the communityand Kllzulifth C Pace Toilet Tissue
I' should be One less voter federal funds to S-24:!< 4tH ax ExoculrlxJLAFriTOFF
mary than there was in the first.. Indeed, at the same time brands the administration -\ Rib"or Brisket
a vote next Tuesday might be considered as a waster.-Exchange.I 3 Packages lOc Beef Stew, 2 Lbs. 25

t I Staleys Starch

Ii I VOTE FOR HENRY L. GRAYFOR e Large Dozen Lemons 15c Sliced Bacon,Breakfast Pound 16

Veal Steak or
CIRCUIT JUDGE Chops, Pound 30
We Have A Full Line

t He will give equal justice to all; FRUIT JAR SUPPLIES Tuxedo Feed
win and de-
A': conduct our courts to
and confidence, de- 10 Pounds Fancy 100 POUND BAG
serve respect 23c
Sweet Potatoes White Corn $1 u
fend our liberties and protect our I 100 POUND BAG

homes. He believes the strength of A lbi4 .yo-flfI.stJlHto'II odmll.. Sweet Feed -- Cl,
country is in the preservationof But Laf if Vff'i Relish or SaladDRESSING
our 20c
pgit..er..1IN 100 POUND
our liberties and the democracyof 11."../uw'trd...ou,1I Quart Tuxedo Edan Mash $2.
to watch hi ftffiff -
our institutions. ha*.US. wzitf, It.Irp.f. PER 100 POUNDS
Able, friendly and courteous, he our "Tffl"HAROLD Maxwell House 2 5 Peanut Hay & Molasses SI.l
Coffee, Pound C
will again live in Bradford County I IGENERAL' C. WALLXlGENTC'V 100 POUND BAG
'" if elected. Tuxedo Special Mash $2.
j P INSURANe 2, No. 2 Cans
Your Vote and Support Greatly Appreciated [-YOU HAVE." Orange Juice 15c Tuxedo 100 ?POJNDIIAG Scratch $2.

/Pnid pnll"p"I AdvertlenorM1 -


In Spite Of Personal Invective, Mud Slinging, Money Spending, And Ballyhoc



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A vote for Spessard L. Holland for Governor is a vote for'clean: '


y ::" "4V government in Florida; for aid to the needy and old people;;and

t : : :1 special concessions and protection ,not given the common

: f
\ consumer. .


These People Have Never Claimed That Holland Is A Perfect Man (There

ft Has Been But[ One), Nor That His Political Record Coincides. With Their

Views In Every Instance. BUT THEY DO CLAIM That He Is CLEAN ,







(Paid For By Bradford County Friends of Spessard L. Holland)