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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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O. 1. BEASLEY,;: GETS AP- BE PAID BY :


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Beasley. former railroad More than 1800 poll tax receipts

conductor, has been appointed have been received by the office of
PROGRAM SHERIFF Vk
OIL r .4 sheriff of Bradford County by Circuit TAKE SHAPE Tax Collector Carl A. Knight: 1000 TO HAMPTON I .,,1

Judge A. Z. Adklns, during the for 1931 and 800 for 1933( It Is

spring term of circuit court which estimated that approximately: 2600 .-

Bradford FarmersTo Epperson Was Making will continue In session until after Officials : voters will go to the polls June '+ '
Hope To State And County :
the first primary. The
'lraca.ncyoccurred 2 and cast their vote for their favorite "
Hear DyerSaturday Campaign For late last week at the Start ProgramIly candidate. Candidates Appeal :

Senate death of W. J. Epperson, for twenty Saturday Is the last day for payment '
years sheriff of this county. July of poll taxes Mr. Knight will To Voters :,

So far as can be ascertained, local keep late hours:: to accomodate vo- of "
IG' UP DAYS TO HE HAD KEEN IN OFFICE acting deputes and other law WILL COST B1l.UI"OUUCOUNTY

IELD NEXT WEEKThe rrm PAST TWENTY YEARS enforcement officials/ will\ remainas $200 PER !MONTH PRKCINCTSD ATE S IN 4 !

+ they now are. ters.RECEIPTS O N T I NUE r
> new Soil Conservation prom Bradford County lost one of its According to tentative figures
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will be discussed In a meeting best-known and moat faithful now available at the Social Wel- BAR Bradford County's first big political f VK't ,

at the Court House In BtarkeLurday public officials Thursday of last COURTHOUSETo !, fare offices in Green Cove Springs, rally of the present campaign ,.

afternoon. May 16, at 2 week In the death of Sheriff W. J. Bradford County has between Chance For NewPOSTJFFICE became history Thursday f ,

dock, according to L. T. Dyer, Epperson who was completing his twenty-four and thirty-two aged with reports indicating one of the '

iwnty agent. Union County who twentieth year In office. Death Be Finished persons over 70 years, who may largest crowds ever to enjoy an ', I ''i I'

in conduct the sign-up work Into came In a Gainesville hospital as become eligible receive the old event of this kind In the county. q '

county. a result of complications follow age security compensation that will County candidates began speak-

| lie new farm program will ap- ing an attack of pneumonia and influenza IN SIX WEEKS\ be paid In monthly at the rate of ing early In the afternoon and t

to practically'every farm in $12 were heard by enthusiastic and Interested ,
month and Is
f per sponsored by GREEN n; E T S
farmer is Sheriff who LETTER voters. State candidates.
and j
county every Epperson, was sixty- the Social Welfare Division of the "
work sheets AUK TKAMMKLL: I nine old native of Alabama CONCERNING NEW FEDERAL and their V+" I
Surged to sign up the years was a WILL BE ONE OF BEST Federal government and the county representatives were I y ,
ring the necessary Informationbout and moved here from Lake commissioners. ItUILDINC( HERE heard afterward. R. A. Green, I

his farm to determine Butler In 1916. He was preceded IN SMALL FLORIDA Welfare officials candidate for Congress from this +
I hope to '
liiccEssoYTo give i Congressman R. A. Green, who t
icther he will be entitled to a In the office of sheriff of this COUNTIES definite Information as to when i has been trying for some time to district spoke during the after- t, %
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not. county by his father the late G. noon. ;' ; '
or the
yment payment of the security pen secure a new Federal building for
to
Every farmer In the county is W. Epperson, and his Brother, the charge According of construction authorities of the in slons will begin to Bradford aged Starke, his home town, this week A fiddling contest and a dance ,} V
to attend this meeting to Trammell late Henry Epperson. new at the June of at night 'after the speaking en- '
rged addition to the Bradford meeting the commissioners was notified by S. W. Purdum, '
earn about this program. State Survivors are his widow, Mrs County and It was believed that fourth assistant Postmaster Gen gagements were features of the S' o

Corkers will be present to explain Lorena Knight Epperson; two sons, six court weeks house rooms here, within be the next for actual payments will commence uy eral, that there can be no authorisation day Many entire families attended f
NOT PICKEDSIIOLTZ will ready
1 the details of the program, Mrr ft. L. and W. J. Epperson, Jr., : July of the present year. for new buildings In towns bringing well-filled lunch '
both of Jacksonville two daugh- jccupancy. baskets< and remaining throughoutthe Ni
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Miss Gertrude
rer says. Fifteen men are Heeiing, Green where postal receipts are less than {
Provision will be made for hold- ters, Mrs. George A. Anderson, of rllshlngwork Cove Springs, estimated at a recent 10000. day.

r sign-up days in each community ANNOUNCES Starke and Mrs. Dale VanSickle, pleted)n the will project make that the local when administrative com- meeting of the Commissioners Mr. Purdum went on to say that Free issues of the political edi C ,,

next week. This will be an- HIMSELF AS of Los Angeles, Calif.; and one building one of the most that it will cost about $288 to postal receipts for 1935 at Starke flea of the Telegraph were distributed 1 ;f,1;

ounced at the meeting Saturday. CANDIDATESenator sister, Mrs. Annie Schell, of Lake $384 per month to maintain this were only 7409. to the crowd and were also i q 1
beautiful and
complete, as compared mailed to all voters who i V q'
Ir. Is anxious to have Butler. assistance to the qualified
Dyer every aged here, witha He concluded: "However 1
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with small counties, In the we are
The sheriff had planned to retire I early enough to have their names I
|f nn signed up.Watermelon itate. quarterly expenditure of from requesting that a Federal building
Park Trammell, Junior The court room Is being }
Included the list
are asked from his office at the expiration of $864 to $1152 and on mailing
growers every three survey be conducted at
Starke In
senator from Florida died in Wash Converted Into three complete and a N
o attend this meeting Saturday ington last Friday night at 8:30: the present term and up until the nodernly equipped rooms to be months the county would be re- order that up-to-date Information Precinct meetings began In the 'l ,V o V "
Jtlio,and the Marketing agreement time of his Illness was waging a quired to donate $976, in advance. concerning conditions and office county this week and both of the ; 1f
o'clock, following an Illness of sev- occupied by the judge, witnesses post
rill be explained to them. /ery active campaign for the Dcra- nd Miss Heerlng said that she was requirements at this city." ones held so far, at Theresua Monday e
eral weeks. jurors, during the sessions of
-.-- jcratlc: nomination as State Senator unable to ascertain the number of .... night and Hellbronn Springs h
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ourt. The lower -
IHALF.HOLIDAYSTO Senator Trammell, a former from this district proportion of the clients of these listed that are now Tuesday night, have been well at 4 ,1 u,
project In the addition to the bulldog1 BENTLEY
weekly newspaper publisher, who Sheriff Epperson was a deaconin receiving direct relief, but that the tended. No heated Issues have j t

BEGINSTORES moved to Florida vvlitn..an infant, the Baptist Church and took a will contain three rooms and survey which l Is In progress. will HEARD HEREONLY arisen yet; candidates have generj j
:wo large vaults, one for the Clerk'f
vas born In LaFayette, Alabama, very active interest In its affairs..Ie accurately determine this. The ally been limited to five or ten 9 ti
Court and a of V
Superintendent
WILL CLOSE: becoming mayor of Lakeland in was also: a member of the Ma- county will.be required to lend aid STATE CANDIDATETO : minutes because of the unusually I
Public Instruction vault. Modern j
FIRST TIME: NEXT 1899. Senator Trammell became U. sonic Order, the Order of the Eas- to the amount of from $144 to $192 APPEAR IN STARKE huge number, and have confined! .l e
WEEKThe S. Senator In 1916. He also served ern Star, and the Woodmen of est rooms and water and heating a month. LAST WEEK themselves to brief reviews of ,
the State of Florida one term 'acuities\ are being installed, and a their 6j
the World. Seventy-five paupers are now on platforms.The ;,a
merchants have Governor.Fuheraf'servaes. tot air system! the complete There was a noticeable lack of
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undersigned : Funeral.sery ices were held Sun- the rolls of the county commissioners meetings to be held from 1J
greed to close their of busl"e88e9 luilding Is being prepared, how- music In town this Week as only { iq
place { at Lakeland Jay afternoon at 3 o'clock from the and it Is practically Impossible now until the primary are as fol-
at 12 o'clock noon on Thurs- held this week. with the Rev. C. iver It was. not definitely ascertained one state candidate, hit Starke In iffit
were laptlst Church at present to estimate the lows: New River, Friday, May 18, '
iayi beginning May 21, and con- Price officiating assisted by whether or not this part of number "that. will become his rounds during the past seven '' ,I'
Governor Dave Sholtz, of FlorIda B. he project will be completed.The eligible days Hampton, Monday, May 18; Brooker -
ailing through August 27, ac- definitely has tossed his hat she Rev. B. M Montgomery and clerk of court's office willIe after the survey, for the old age Thursday May 21; Graham. t, 1 .-
: to this Saturday night Ed R. Bentley,
'aiding an announcement In the ring for election as successor he Rev. M. C. Stith of Jackson ready for by next security monies., Lakeland Monday, May 29; Lawtey, Tuesday, 'i (,
occupancy candidate
for
ek Police L Al- attorney i
Chief A.
by '
In Crosby
arcs to the Senator whose term expiresIn ville. Interment was Tuesday, officials said, and it Is' general, promised the voters a May 26; Starke, Thursday, May 28 ,
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1941 Also In the race are the Lake Cemetery under the directionof jxpected that he will orcupy.lt by A. M. William real department of Justice. for All meetings are to be held at 8 V a,
The Quality Store, A. & P. Tea former Governor Doyle E. Carlton, DeWitt C. Jones o'clock at the school houses In the 4'
the latter of the week.
part A. M. Williams, 73, resident of Florida, slmllur to that of the Federal -
Y.
Hal ,
'o, J. M Alvarez W. White & bearers were
J. : Tampa; Claude Pepper, Tallahassee Active pall various communities.
Son. C H. Nasworthy, J. H. Den- ; and C. O. Andrews of Orlando, Moines, of Lake Butler, H L. All materials, the superintendent Hampton died suddenly at the homeof government," If he is elected. ..-._. ; < f
it construction declared, are on Dave Swindell at 6 o'clock Sat- Mr. Bentley outlined his i '
J. proposed
ark, Alexander Hart Fur. M. Brownlee, A.
& Co., declared this week that he will later Brownlee, J.
Iture Co. Three Friends Barber announce his candidacy.The Thomas, H V. Knight and C. A. the construction site, assuring urday night. He is survived by two program for the attorney gen- GREEN HERE

bop, J w Morgan, W. M. Ed- Knight. Honorary pall bearers steady work until the work Is coin- sons, Ralph M. Williams and RoyB. eral's office, advocating at least FOR CAMPAIGNOPENS
Governor said this week that Williams, and two G-men and
plete. one daughter, a bureau of criminal -
arels of Sheriff Epperson's
Van H. Priest Cr., Su- were a large number -
he had reached no decision as + Mrs Eva M. Bishop. Also surviving I Investigators.
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rcnnee\ Stores, Fred F. Stump B. close friends and associates. RACE AT HAMPTON r
lacobs, City Barber.Shop, Mrs whom he would appoint to serve HOME 'BEAUTY are three brothers, Frank, John) No one knows how to account BEACH RALLY ,ivV
until after the general election and Charley Williams, and six sis- I
for the
: dearth of candidates
unlce Canova Gassett Hardware -------.----- duringthe THURSDAY ;
which will be held In November, TOPIC ters, Mrs. Leila Simmons, Mrs. La.
Co past week, but their visits
", Slstrunk Feed and Seed Co., are
'. A. Carver, N. Sternberg Dam- when the people will choose be- Two Announce Ha Moore, Mrs. Rhoda Lanier, Mrs. expected to be more frequent during -I l Before one of the largest political r

ler's Hardware tween a Democratic and Republican "H. V. Saxon this week made WOMAN'S CLUB HEARS Llentlcla Hill, Mrs. Gertrude Lee the next two weeks. audiences ever assembled In

S lon J, c Manning, Leila's, Bank Beauty of candidate. formal announcement of his candi- GARDEN CLUB and Miss Eugenia Williams. Monday night the Rev. J. M. I Bradford County, Congressman R. j'

Stafke, F c. Hollingsworth, dacy for county commissioner from HEAD Funeral services were held at 3 Burke spoke here on the Townsend. A Green, opened his active cam.i ; ''

starka[ Dry Cleaners, O. K. BarberShop Still Shipping Berries District Four, comprising Hampton Mrs. R. H. Chapman, chairmanof o'clock Saturday afternoon at San- Plan and Its bearing on the Gov paign for re-election by addressr r t l
Graham and Theressa. Mr. ta Fe Cemetery. The Boree Fun Ing Bradford County voters at ;j
ernor's In this state.
race
s. R. Johns Club In Lake
Lloyd J. Green, the Garden City,
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I. C. Wall, Johns & Wainwrlght. Many Bradford County growers Saxon Is a young business man of addressed the Woman's Club'of eral Home was In charge of directions -' -...--- Hampton Beach where an all-day N"'
continued to pick strawberries this Hampton and has served one termon political rally was held yesterday
-- Starke here Wednesday afternoon CCC RECRUITS
week as trucks hauled them to local this Important board. He stat- Pall bearers were: B. Y. Saxon, Ho returned Wednesday from '

FARM LOANSTO markets and buyers paid ed this week that he was an ardent ot the regular"Beautlflcatlon meeting"on the subject M. L. Watterson, K. B. Watterson, LEAVEFIRST Washington to begin his campaign '",a

BEGIN around $1 a crate!, for most fruit. believer in the Townsend Plan. A "Mrs.of Chapman stressed Beautification C Van Alstine, Marshall Matchettand for reelection.In 4; I'V
Approximately 200 crates a day go announcement from the James Adklns. ENLISTMENTHERE '
second of the home and Its Influ- his address he stressed the Importance t'
MR3 BAIN WILL TAKE out by truck. This would mean a same district came from M. L. passersby. "The home .- SINCEOCTOBER of the completion of the l"i t'l j l

APPLICATIONS AT return of $1,200 to growers during Watterson another prominent citIzen ence either upon uplifts or lowers the standards To Attend ConventionFred Florida trans-state canal and f ,

COURT HOUSE the past six days from this of Hampton, who wishes to she said. pledged himself, if re-elected,. to
of community, In
a The situation
also commlsatoners. F. Stump, local postmaster unemployed
are -
jource. Truck shipments with the
occupy a place do everything in his << towards) 4
Mrs. Alma Bain, in charge of the continuing from Lawtey. "Not only should emphasis be : will attend the annual conven- Bradford County was somewhat relieved Its completion.Green power P

*a1 1 division of the -... -- placed on home tteantiflcatlon but tion of the Florida Association of when thirty-five white boys
Emergency
"p Loan office here on civic beautification as well," i Postmasters convening at West and five colored youngsters were said In the course of his ri ,1

*w that forthcoming loans, yesterday to far- Still Seeking AgentJ. HAROLD LLOYDAT stated the speaker She further Palm Beach May 29 and 30. According enlisted yesterday for CCC workat remarks, "I will advocate full payment -

"" In Bradford will J. Nettles, from the General RITZ added that the members of the to O. B. Carr, West Palm the local Works Progress Ad- of the bonus and I am happy ;, %
County soon
Kln! for Fall planting. Extension Division of the University Woman's Club can do a great deal Beach and president of the Association ministration office by Mrs. Edward ,' that we finally have been able to ,

In a of Florida advised Clerk A. J. NEWEST PICTURE OF toward beautification of public there are 747 postmasters in Burns, for work In various pass this Important legislation that >; I"r

"Pervlsor statement from the field Thomas this week that he Is makIng COMEDIAN HERE highways, school grounds, vacant the State who are expected to at- states where the Federal govern- will pay the soldiers of the World

r5*. he of Ocala, O. J. Round- every effort to locate a county SUNDAY lots, and public grounds in their tend. William J. Dixon, superintendent ment Is lending aid through the War a Just debt and bring to Florida k 'r 1

few Informed Mrs. Bain that in agent that will be suitable for this city. of the division of post employment of unemployed boys during the month of June and
days definite information comedy, "The Mrs. Chapman was Introducedto July more than twenty millions of
Harold Lloyd's and
911 be to in the capacity as masters, Washington, will be one young men.
serve
given her as to when the county Mllkey Way" will open Sunday at her audience by Mrs. C. A. of the distinguished guests In attendance The rookies will leave today for dollars which will be the greatest 1
apPlications can be taken The Agricultural agent. Within the run. of Beautification stimulate to business and Industry I'
wen the Ritz Theatre for a two day Knight: chairman : Jacksonville where they will under -
deadline will be May 31, howr next week, at. least Mr. Nettles Laughter strews the path of the who was In charge of the go examination before being In the state we have had In ten

hern the date doean.t apply, to the believes that he will have! come definite spectacled comedian In his timid program.The sent to the different camps. years" '
part of the State because life Mr*. Carr Here .
IU uneventful following musical programwas -- --- -- -
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118. variation of the crop sea- of a milkman to the pulsing careerof heard during the afternoon: Pauline Burke Carr, candidate Postoffice Itecetpis Up Fred M. {White } ,i
Thomas. .
fight champion.The Vocal solos"Trees""Only '
a middleweight for National Democratic Committeewoman '
= supporting cast In this hilarious A Rose---Mrs. R. J was a visitor to Starke According to a statement released -I Funeral services were held at the

comedy Includes Dorothy Wilson Davis this week in the Interest of tier by Fred F. Stump local postmaster Crosby Lake Cemetery yesterdayat

Stores Cooperating in "Lucky Days"Here Helen Mack, Adolphe Men- Piano solos-"To A Wild Rose" campaign. She Is now a resident postal receipts for Aprilas 10:30: a. m. for Fred M. White, r I '
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William Mrs. with March show a 87. who died In a Jacksonville bos.
Teasdale, "To A Water Lily"- compared
Jou, Varree .. of West Palm Beach, but lived for "
are the "LUCKY DAY" stores that. are working together Gargan and other favorites. L. A. Canova. many years In west and northwest decided Increase at the Starke pits! Tuesday afternoon. I V

to give their customers $50 Free each Saturday. Ask today Tuesday Wednesday of next Hostesses for the afternoonwere Florida. postofflce. The figures released Mr. White prior to his death resided s '

at any of these places and they will explain the rules. week brings to the Ritz screen : --.-- show a 13 per cent Increase In : at Half Moon Island. ,
"Everybody's Old Man" with Irvin Mesdames N. D. Wainwright, Jr., No April over the month of March. The Rev. C. A. Crosby officiated.

Tip Top Grocery Sternberg's Store S. Cobb and Rochelle Hudson. N. D. Wainwright Sr., R. F Demo- Republican Primary .H--i i sr M i The following nephews served 'a
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silk-cushion Jacobs, Ralph Cox, Misses According an announcementfrom as pallbearers: Kenneth Stokes.
Hart From the perfumed rest B. Injured In Accident ,
Furniture Service Station :
Co. Joe Slstrunk's Albert Underhill Paul Underhill
boudoirs of a Barbary Coast Rosalind Jacobs, Rubye LI:ley. the Clerk of Circuit Court
Stump's Store Denmark Furniture Co. ed dive to the frozen reaches this week no Republican primarywill James Richard Wainwright was Bill McRae, Basil McRae, and Ar- ]
Bradford gambling slightly Injured In an automobile thur McRae. Mr. White was born '
be held In Bradford
Hardware Co.. Magnolia FUh Market of the Arctic Circle may seem Young Man KilledThe Countythis i
occurred this and had most V
accident that early In Jacksonville spent
Jacobs' Store Station but that grand : year. The last such primaryheld t
Owova's Hayes Service like a far West Jump, does It easily and body of Alonra Phillips, In Bradford, according to the week as he and a group of State of his life !In that city. He was a { d

S Pharmacy Green's StoreMitchell's gal, Mae ever in -Klondike young nephew of C. M. Phillip statement, was In 1930. Road Department employees were member of the Baptist Church.u
M. Alvarez gracefully as their to Lake to attend his widow, Mrs. Bo-
I. Drug Store film which will who was killed\ In an automobile on way City Surviving "

Shrunk- Feed &: Seed ". Alexander & Company Annie her at new the Ritz Theatre accident near Buahnell. was To Manage Campaign a First Aid class. The car In nita White; one sister Mrs. Agnes r i

Sautb's| '( be playing next week. brought here for burial this week. which the road men were riding M. Joyner, Jacksonville, and two
of
Garage Sons
The S. R. Johns 3c Thursday and Friday Victor Interment was In Dyal Cemetery It was announced this week thatC. olllded with another automobile. brothers, Newman White, West

Quality Store ,. Smith's Service Station Playing with Miss West are Thursday morning. Reports here A. Futch had been appointed to Palm Beach, and O. M. White,
New Reed.
Deal* Service Stitlon: Stern's Garage McLaglen. and Phillip. state that young Phillips was manage the campaign of Grady Tests have proved that dirty Jacksonville. Arrangement are

West for Governor In Bradford lenses reduce Illumlna- under the direction of Key-McCabw
1 Side Service Station The Spotlight Amer struck by an automobile while driving i Burton headlight '
AD It l Is said that the avenge Home Jacksonville. i ,
: ,County. lon fifty to sixty per cent. Funeral ,
Food stock.
11 store Brown's Pharmacy J ican spends $ft a year on medicine. --- ---_. __ _h __ _ _u .- .. a'i
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'1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELE3RAPU. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. '

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FAt'" aa* IKMR LOCKS Ct'CUMBKKH; :: BRING 130,000: I BOATDRAlN BKOOKER GUM BRANCH list 1916, the following- described South, Range. Tn 0 ,, .

I r TALLAHASSEE: call to motorists LEES BURG---Lake and Sumter Sir*. Z. Z. Griffin, Correspondent MI,.. Vera Oalney, Correspondent Mies. Elizabeth llarnuge/ Cor. Florida premises to-wit situate: In Bradford County Section thence East Thirty-five to Suu'i, .

ij, t to guard against faulty door Counties' cucumber season, which Mra. N. D. Green of Hellbronn Lots 4 and 13 In Section ID. South Range Twn T", ,, '
k,. C. of Jacksonville Brook'V;. \\aldo Township 6 South Range 22 thence South to ,
G. locks on their cars was issued hereby ends this week, has brought grow Rev. E. Hogan. South? Lu
F. Northwest
was visiting Mrs. W. Harnage East according to of Wood- ,,,
map Quartet
The Waldo baseball team motored t i .
h/ + Asher Frank State safety director ers an estimated (1SO.OOO for their filled his regular appoint- lawn as recorded among the Township Six' ',.
afternoon.
"In the past sixty days," crop. Nearly 200 cars were moved ment at China Grove Church, Sun to Smoker Sunday afternoonto Saturday public records. of Bradford County ty-nne East, thence hFR''n< ",. ,.,:
I their Miss Ella Mae spent the Florida, In Book of Maps beginning.SPECIAL. '
in Sapp
the six week meet the Brooker team
been the during
have from area
he said "five
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,t, persona and Plats on page 1; togetherwith
i .y;; killed In Florida" by automobile period despite late cold weather. day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. Green of second battle of the season. Both week-end at Sampson City with all and singular the rights' TRICT NUMBER TAX Id!Si! ,, /I| 0.. '. "

,"jr 1 doors coming: open. Three of thesowere Prices ranged from a record highof Orlando are visiting their brother- teams played a feood game characterized Miss Mildred Brown. members. hereditaments.. to said premises ana ap belonging Beginning atlthe knoni'B." ", ,"''' 6

t children. $6.20 to $2 per bushel. Approx- in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Z. by fair play and fine sportsmanship Mrs H. Keeno and children Har- : or In anywise. incident Section Twenty-flv Soutli' ",.', 9'

'.. imately 500 acres arc in cultivation Z. Grlffls and family this week. At the clone of the game ley and Dorothy, of Cross City are or appertainingO South, Range T",<,: >1//'r : .'
NO'IUH TO APPHtll In the Waldo was victorious by a score, while here with friends t, PATTE.V.: thence North to North '.t.
area. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and spending a As. Special;;, Master. In Chancery Section t
that It appeiilliiw c-ertaln[ IMUHC liv affliliivlt !\oO"'If't OF APPLICATIONron : : Attorneys far Plaintiff. thence Eastgto SoW h ,,,,.
Eighth Judicial Circuit.' In line-up was as follows: ,
: and Mrs. Ray Boree and Irene..Bo crowd from here attended -
l and r'io. Hrsdfotd fountv. Flmldu: T' x IrClae' : large 6.161629NOTI'E! Section Eighteen' T ,
entitled Htnnl''*,v Heldwlnmn' Com- $...,. mil tin. 1 a3)NOTICB ree, of Jacksonville, were risking Catcher-"Bucldy" Rues church at There a Sunday. South Itan" TW"II1' ',", ''n,,I,, r
r., tilalnant' v .Ruin I..m'' tteldelman' ., ) IH JIEHKMY GiVEN, PItcher-Harmon Morgan. OP ELECTION: thence North to North-. .._,,w .
U.fendant.and. the relief' prayed for 'That" Clyde Her"A'l' holder of Tax. at China Grove Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Felix: Sapp spent Pursuant to the requirement of Southeast Quarter .f ". I
Brown. ve
baa&
First Artford
being a divorcethat the Defendant Ceitlflcate Issued the 3rd} night. with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. law and the resolution now on file Township !Six' SOUlh. :I., r8
W In a resident of .a Htate other than day of August A. D. mat has filed Second ba.e-"Shlne" Mott. Sunday In the office of the Board of Public two East, thence WOOf Rang,. Tw. .,,
the State of Kliirldu. to wit/ 815 N, name In my office and has made Mrs. Ralph Galney and childrenof Third baae Lewis. Conner. Instruction of Bradford County west corner ot the 'InUt'I th 0"r':, .
Main Street. BethlehemP..nllsyl. application for a tax deed to be IsHiied -Wilson Florida said Board of Public Instruction '
Bethel, were visiting Mrs. Zenas ,
van III. and. that she, Is over the age thereon 8uld certificate embraces Right fielder Howard Mott. This section was saddened to hereby calls an election to uth, Range wnt Tw: T W 'hm's2'; r
t of twenty.one yearn, and that theieI the following described prop Griffls Sunday. Left fielder "Shorty" Johns. hear of the death of Sheriff W. J. be held on Monday May 18th., 1938, thence North to the nt> ,>I. V.I;
Nertleae,
I no person In he 1 > r State" of FloridaMarvin1 erty In the County of Bradford State In the school houses In the districts ner }' of process upon" whom" would of Florida. to-wit: Rev. E. C. Hogan of Jacksonville Center fielder-J. B. Russ. Epperson last Friday. formerly known as Vanderbilt Hell- South Range T w'";",hli. i]

personally bind. said. Defendant. H'4 of aw/ of NEW ex W 1A\ was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Short Stop-Carl Hough. H. Keene and sons, Enoch and l/ron. and Rising, as hereinafter described thence West to rhe"\'r! "'"',1 ,.,M;
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of NIC'of "BEV., & NWVi\ now together ner ot Section,
IT IH OIlliEHKO. tlnil the Defendant A Wlil Griffis comprising Two, T '
Sunday.Mrs.
Ruth limits 1 ..",..ln..n. appear. of K\4 of Alec. 2 Township Vanlce, were visiting relatives and ripeclal Tax School District number South Range Tweim; > ?" n VI;]
to the Kill of Coniitlnlnt, on the list South, Range 22 East contaln-. S. F, Grlffls was visiting I Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mott Mrs. friends here Sunday. 14 of Bradford County Florida' to thence South to the South.. .
day of luii". A. U I'l.lH! ; otherwise a lug 75/ Acres, morn. or !I..... Mrs. Arch Newn Mott and daughter Mary, determine the following matters, to- ner of Section Two T ,,
decree pnp <>
agiilnst net for falluie tu appear. under the said certificate Issuedwan Mrs. Ralph Calney and children and Mrs. Florence Varnadoe were ftWTICH OF APPI.ICITIONFOn .Hfliool District I number 14 shall be thence West to thi, V. "..
.I It It further flit II;ItRb, that this In the name of Ch.. 11. nelslerlrnless transacting business in Starke TAX ItKKIlNrnat divided Into threw Special Tax ner of Section Ten, Tuwi" ,v' ,
order he published once a week for paid. certificate shall be of Bethel, were vlstllng Mrs. ( Kill. No. I3) /School: Districts, each with the following South Range Twe>nt> '. ,.
t four consecutive weeks I In, the Bradford according; to law. the Arch Prevatt last Wednesday. Saturday.The NOTICE IS HEKKHY OIVEN, boundaries: thence South to Soutlm. :;'
redeemed That W. P. Smith holder of 1.7 ,
founts' Telegraph, a lI..w..a-| doncrlbud thareln will lie Rev. G. E. McGauley and oTax SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIS of Section Ten Townshli., .
:old:l''r.y 'II i
Certificate No. 142. (suited the
the bidder at thecourthouse Mrs. Minnie Norman Kange J'
of general rlrc'uluthm/ published' highest of Tampa TRICT Twenty-ont
]Jer attended church services at 51'h. day of September A D 183Z. NUMBER 10: (Being the district Kni; I, ,
tins dford I hu uty. r'luilflu: door on the first Monday family, : : West to Northwest. ,. ,
formerly known
was visiting her brother K. L. and H of Certificate No. 150, issuedthe as Vander a ,
j W1TNI3.SN my him.I mid I orr'"al' I Iseal In the month of Jun., 1934, North Pleasant Grove Sunday. bilt): Beginning at Southwest tlon Seventeen Townsh.i, ,
,y of said Con'11 thin 30th) day of which ID the let day of June 1936. Grlffls, Sunday. 6th. day of September, A. D. of corner Twenty-one \ "
April A. I). I IITfl Imted this 211I h., day of April, 1936.OFFICIAL Mlas Gladys Harrell spent last 1932, has filed. name In my office South, Section: hangs Eight Twenty-one, Township Six :oa.unt1.eto Southwest: : <., ET: :o ''I"
v.
A. J. THOMAS, ( MEAL) A revival meeting will start at Sunday In Alachua with her pa- and has made application for a thence East to Southeast corner) "r.tl; Seventeen Township h
tax deed lie Issued
PATTEN Clerk& I.ANDUUMAttoi of Circuit Court Clerk A. J. THOMAS of Circuit Court China Grove Church Sunday night, reMr.. and Mrs. Herman Har- of Hiikl' / certificate to No. 142 thereon.embracesthe 1-7 Section Nine, Township Six South Range to the Twenty-one Northeast Hum' ,h Feu rr'
I' .. May 24. is welcome following described In Range Twenty-one East thence turnr i i ,
'n ya fur ConiplninantBlGt629 Kradford. County Florida Everybody to .: rell. property North to Southeast corner of. Section Twenty, Township Six s ,
the 11\\
County of Bradford State of ltoljj
i 4-21-61-5-22\ attend. I } Four. Twenty-one East. ,, ,
I X" -- I H. P. Gainey was transactingbusiness Florida, to-wlt: Twenty-one Township East Six thence South East Range to the Southwest corner at then s< '. J .n.- 1

In Starke Monday. North West Quarter of South Southeast corner of Section Three, ty-elght, Township Nix' n'r",
I West Quarter SBC. 14. Township Township Six South, Twenty-one East, (th, "''
Range Twen
GET READY Claud Tompkins Among those from here who at- 7 South. Range 21 East, ty-one East, thence North to Southeast point of beginning ""'
tended the funeral of Sheriff W. J. 41)) acres., And H of said certificate corner of Section Twenty-two EACH for the purpi '
No. 160 embraces the fol.lowlnM' :: "i..11,i I
Township Five I South and ,
Range Twentyone collecting ,
dlstr
Mr. and '.
Epperson Sunday were, ,
i I I described property 'In theCounty East: thence last to Southeast for the exclusive. .
uw
Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. of Bradford, State of i '''"MI! y I
Mott. conifer of schools
Section Twenty-three within each. "II I, ,. ,
,
; Florldn to-wit: Northeast Quarter opt
; FOR THE WAR -
Township Five 'South Rang Twen district; and
i R. Mott and children Mrs. G. B. of Northwest' Quarter of Section Second wh hal
ty-one East, thence North the school
to
I, i. Colaen and son*.Resale, and Misses \ 22 Township, 7 South. coiner of Section Twenty-three Northeast trlct' provided trustees that' 'In or the.1ft 1 h> ,'aide,d)ti]
Range 21 East t
ON FLIES' Mildred Mott and Grace Hazen. Acres, more or less.containing 40 Township. Five South Rang Twen It Is Ueteimined; bv said I "I It ;j;,,/B
ty-one Kant thence West to New so divide said
Hpnclnl' ran ,,I
The assessment of the salt< property th
liver thence southwesterly along District. Number ,.
14 Int. .,
under rnr *
MAHTKIf a 'L"J the said certificates '
Is-
said river to West cia I '
line of Section tax school .
NOTICE Is hereby given that under shoal' was In the name of Horr & Twenty-nine, Township Five said, then dlHtrRtt u .r.( ,1
South, the three ,
and by virtue of Final Decree Porter ;; percu .o
a Range rcr |
Twenty-one Bust the .
thence Ing highest
g i' Those Loathsome Pests Will of Foreclosure made and rendered Unless. said certificates snail ba South along said line to point of beginning such proposed dlstrln volt "with; u
ilmll' :
!hy the Honorable H I Setarlntt : y' d
redeemed according to law theproperty dared ,:
hf; d He With Us Soon and Screen- Jmlffe 8th / JmllclHl of the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida of the In Hold described therein will be SPECIAL: TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT trlct;. Third school, the trustees number f"n.itch mil,d

,t anti for Hradford 'In to the highest bidder at theoourthouxe NUMBER U: (Being the dls- district tax to be levied and ells,
Pounty Chan-
JM1' y ing Is The Only Way Possible door on the first Mon trlit ed annually within
formerly known each ,
M1 i llellbron a!
'i 7 eery, dated March and 1938. In that day In the month of June, 1934, Beginning at the Northeast as ): trlct for the two succeeding- ...d
t certain cause therein lately pending corner i r'
which Is
the 1st,
Them Out Of The day of June. 1036.
to Keep of the Southeast Quarter of Section of hddln
between
The Federal Farm Paled this llth day of ht1..Pt'.W: : M
April, 1936.
Five 1 1 ,
Mortgage' Corpomtlon, Plaintiff and A. J. Township Six South, Range n inxu r i
t1 :" House. Delia Thomas, .Widow et al.. Defendants Clerk THOMAS of Circuit Court Twenty-two East, thence North to clerks are appointed,
the nridemlirned, who wai of Bradford County, riorlda 'the Northeast corner of Section In the territory slgnand ji i
o wMMIYMMr-w therein' appointed aa Special Master 4-17-51-5-10 Thirty-two Township Five South, district formerly known i 1.' \in<,
T.v In Chancery to execute. the same Range Twenty-two East thence bllt: Sam Whitehead I. I lienfi
BEST SCREEN V- i will on Monday the let day of June, IVOI'ICH OK.8PKC! : MAMTER'MSALE West to Northeast corner of Section and L. L. Norman as Innpc nt
lirifl: during the. legal hours of sale Thirty-six. Township Five South K. T. Craws as ClerkIn
I before the Court House door In Notice Is hereby given that underand Range Twenty-one East thence the territory demitnat". i>. '
:: ;, WIRE CLOTH ___ _3/z Per Sq. Ft. Starke, Florida sell to the highest In accordance with that certain North to Southeast corner of Section district formerly known .at Hr.
J I !' and best bidder, for cash, the totowing final decree of foreclosure and salerendered Twelve Township. Five South bron: N. D. Green Tom Slam, a
1'Hj', ;: ti t I : described lands, situate" ly- by Hon. A. Z. Adklns as Range Twenty-one East thence I*. R. Starling as Inspector, mil P,
: fl; :!: i ng and belnw'In Bradford County Judge of the Circuit Court of Bradford said West to New River thence down Reddish as Clerk.In .
river
OTHER SUMMER NEEDS to section
Florida to-wlt: County Florida, In Chancery, In line dividing the territory designated ji i
'I :1\\ 1 The HUj of the SE'/i' of the NW that certain cause pending; In said Sections 15 and 22, Township Five district formerly known it TtiilnK. > I
,) 1i and the NKYt of the SWtt. all I Court wherein The Federal Farm South, Range Twenty-one) East: R. Crosby Emory Low:, s 1
: 1i.i..! i In Section 10. Township 7 South, Mortgage Corporation Is plaintiffand thence East- to Northeast corner of George Cone as Inspuci' rt H
: ELECTRIC FANSALAIIASTONE- FORCONGRESS Range ill Kant, containing 60 William Edwards. prlngle and Section Twenty-three Township Lewis as Clerk.W. .
': acren, more or less, Gladys' Prln le, his wife, are defendants Five South Range Twenty-one; East, C. MANNING .
:l ;: iy WASHABLE with the appurtenances. Said sale case 663, the undersigned Special thence Section South to Southeast corner of as ChaIrmen "f" it ,". I
. t I"I to be mode pursuant to said Decreeto Master by said decree appointedwill Twenty-three. Township of Public Inntru ,
,
: Five
,
I f J WALL FINISH- satisfy the same and coots. sell to the highest bidder for coW Range; Twenty-one East A. J QRIFFI3us
J.J.J H. K. FERRYMAN c'HKh. In front nf the South front to Southwest corner of i Secretary of said Boa 'I'
"Send a Business Men to Section Twenty three. Township and as County ,
As Special Master In Chancery door of the Bradford County courthouse I Superlit'
WILSON LINE BASE BALL GOODS- Congress." 424-st-II- In "marks Florida during the thence Five South Range Twenty-one East of Public Instruction
I' South to Southwest: corner oft 4-17-6t-5-15

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: LOWEST PRICES Native Floridian. ,
mxnnitwnnpntnunpmmeninurn nwneynanalmenialminNnWmIiIIW/W/ NIItlIIAIIIYIIItlp141flYIIItlIIIIflIIIIlU4111NIIIIIIIiNtlI! > mwmmmwmmm 4111YIIWIaa, iIIIINIIiMIi11111NIIIIIIiAlll@fIIIIIUIIIIIAIIIIYIIWUUIUIIi, ,,,,,,,, ,.gJ14WINIliN411eI11111LpIIIJ, ,II'aB' ,

r'i I:,;}$ft Heavy Taxpayer.

.j!! Experienced Business Man.

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I am offering myself for re-election as County Superintendent of Public Instruction of

Bradford County, basing my claim to your support on the rating of the schools of the

i9 + 4 County and the transportation facilities offered to even the remotest sections of the same.


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V M" a I especially invite you to investigate the rating of our schools as compared with other

ju 1ef" y. Counties of our size as well as the larger Counties.


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i STEEL MAKERS say-"ForJ buy the beat Does your cat have Center-Poise Riding?

; ',. steel." Other suppliers of materials and Ford gives you this modern feature-"a The e are perilous times and some Counties have closed or threatened to close schools

1 partswill tell you-Nobody checks up as front-scat ride for back-seat passengers." with less than eight months._ Bradford County teachers and pupils knew at the openingof

the term that eight months would be promised to them thus them definite
giving
closely on quality and price as Ford. Does your car have fool-proof 'Super. a
and avoiding the apprehension that
program prevailed in Counties.
some
This deal to Safety 1\.fechanical Drakes? The Ford V-8
'k means a great you as a

j motorist. It is our way of safeguarding the gives you this proved design with 186 I not infallible but I have forth effort
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interests of purchaser and it leads to square inches of braking, surface.
; every and girls) our young men and young women, the best possible school advantages and to

+ this-"The mechanical depreciation on a Does your car have a genuine steel body assist the aged and needy to relieve their sufferings.

,, Ford is le". than most cars, especially after structure? Does it have Safety Glass all ;


? ff'i' the firM year." around?. Ford is the only low-price car I I shall be glad to discuss with you privately any of the many questions connected with

r. This is one sign of the extra value in the that gives you this extra protection without the schools as well as to touch on them from the stump.


Ford V8. Accuracy in manufacturing is' extra cost. All I ask at the hands of the voters of Bradford
County 2 i fair
another. (The Ford is made to unusually You get these fine-car features in die on June 936 is a con

b' close precision limits.) And there is. a long Ford V-8 because of Ford manufacturing sideration such as they have always given. Your vote and support will be greatly app


1 $ list of fine-car features that are exclusive methods and low-profit policy. reciatecl. Respectfully,

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py', e %Y-_ _-_ _- -_ ,fcKADFORn- COUNTY- TBUECUAril., : STAKKE. FLORIDA P4K': TIIURRHaye : '

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r.1IAYES Rifled I in educational circles. neys for the amusement houses J. II. MOORE C. C. BUTLER \OTICK OP 5PECIeL 'III'r.1J1'1II Thi Mouth Half (H'j) 'of Houthaxl I I I \\1 W,
", June 2, I shall appreciate called Gb'' '
E. the tax "class legislation. II'LIN /I' Quill i 1 t."i (:SK'.r I. the North East u
native of Brad- vote and support at the The J H. Moore well-known c. C. Butler Niitlce that under Quarter ( SK ) uf the "South KantSiuaitvi '
w a your polls > levy ranges from two to five grower a prominent farm. Is hereby given :1NK't1. : and the South Kant

and a prominent clti and will conduct the duties of the cents. and shipper of Lawtey la makingthe er of New River who has successfully and In accordance with that certain <0nrtei. (ISK'I Of the North KnmUuarter \

county candidate for office of which I am seeking to the race this year an school board served Bradford County as final decree of forsi losura and sale.I.I (M3Vt) nf Section T..n10'. (' '.

here who is soliciting a the vote very best of my ability" Mr. Hayes member from his district. :Mr. Its representative for one term, I, rendoied by lion A. Z. Adklns. as T ': r:-1twXt2W( Kant Houth, and of (lung (ab- i'1
Judge of Circuit Court of Bradford I
the
,\S8t' sor. 18 Bradford County declared In a statement to the Telegraph GRAHAM Moore baa been In public life In again Is a candidate. Mr. Butler If County Florida, In Chancery In The Went Half
ot Mrs, IC.. 81'' his home (hat certain In saltl Quarter (NWV,> of >he SouthWest fl
In tbe Corrvspoadeat community for some time elected declares to "diligently pause pendlnir !
be may serve Court wherein The Federal Land Quarter o /Section ', .
K which he ably filled An arousing old Townsend and feels himself capable of representing faithfully and fearlessly" do every. Hank of Columbia. I. plaintiff and Eleven (11), Township. Mix (tI). 1'' I
age Houth of Kange Twenty-Two (II)
his district fairly In school thing that be can to help the ma Mrs Oladys Yarbrouffh a widow,
I'fP ago for one term. THEATRES STRIKE Pension Plan meeting was held at et al are defendants, Case. No. &U.t East containing 180 acre, more or
matters. gorily of the citizens of Bradford less,
of the h. undarslirned Special Master by
l. lyts as a trustee PENSACOLA-This West Florida Graham Tuesday night, full of en- Because County and the State of Florida."I apuolnti] will sell to together with all and singular. the 4
of business '
K. district Is prominently Iden"IT'S without thusiasm a large crowd was in at- dealings in the dhl'h': ::: bidder for: cash. In frontof tenements, heredliamentH. and appurtenances
city Is screen enter- tendance. Many encouraging talks other parts of the state Mr. Moore am In favor." Mr. Butler said the South front door of the Bradford thereunto belonging or i

tainment because of a controversy will not be able to make much ofa 'of the Townsend Plan one him- County Courthouse In Stark In any.w.L. d
were made giving facts and figuresof Florida, during; the lesal", hours of Y. MAINIStf.A .
between movie theatre operators the advantage of the Townsend campaign and could not attend dreg per cent. And I will appreciate stile. on Monday\ Jun 1st. IIHH, the Special Master In Chancery.

PORTER and officials over an amusementtax old the Hampton Beach rally. He Is your vote in the June prlmares. following, described premises situate KNIGHT KNIOIIT y
age pension plan enacted In to In Hradford County Florida, to- Attorneys for Plaintiff
law. The management of the law which would banish poverty asking voters to remember him wit: 6-15-t-S-22-S9

largest theatre here followed the from however when the time comes to I
our nation and place pros. !%nTir: of rp'.u"'I'IO'll
I OR CONGRESSld suit of others and closed up. They vote on June 2. FOR T'\!; IEE1)Penal.

displayed signs:' "Closed in protest --- --- < Hill :>o, IM)
STAFFORDCALDWELL
Political Adv. to city amusement tax." AttorATTENTION -\\ perlty Instead. The attendancewas NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN. EVERY DAY is RALLY DAYAT
That Mrs. J. I.. Hraiitlvy. holder of
the largest gathering in our Ortlfli'Hts No 904. Issurd the iPRIEST'S
.nllunlIllp.m Na xA011p115 IMI pw tllal town in years. Many of the vot- ft"hX'IC of August; A. h. 18.1.1. has ;
filed I sum In my office and has.
ers of our community were greatly made application for a tax lrcrt tobe !

CANDIDATE FOR encouraged to press the plan on : Issiipd thsrvnn. Said certificatemhraoss
the folloulno .I..rll l 5c to $1.00 STORENo
through the ballot box of this com- property In the County of Hradford

i GOVERNORSAYS ing election.Mr. State or Florida, to-wlt:

if Wt, of HIS>4 t>f SEW of Per.'
and Mrs. Ancll Norman of
& Township II South fI..nlf" S3Kust

1 the Rising section spent the weekend ., ruiitalntnc 20 Acre more :Matterhat l>ity of the \\'C't'k You \lsJt ,.

with her parents Mr. and Mrs or 180. Our Store You'll Always Find .\ Crowd.hyT f { ,
VOTERS The assessment of Ihs said property .. ;
nomine! the People lime Already I. nnird That
R M. Johnson. under Ihr i ...Id| | eel,llfli'ule Ixsu-, .
.d was In the name of tleneva 1.. If Theyont u Ftm "rU'I.t A Low Trice
r Mrs. Eva Strickland and children Pool Theylll Find It Here. ; ,

are visiting her son-in-law I'nlesN salt. certificate' shall he redeemed II %, p
of acooidlna tn law, the proit-
t and daughter Mr and Mrs. Roy
city ti escribed lter lti will lis sulilto
Reynolds at WinJermere this the IllI'h..t) bidder at the court- JOIN OUR HOST

2 'r week. house door on tho first I In
County Commissioner District Two the inunlh, of July, 19SH, which, lethe rt

Mrs. Gertie Rhodes, of Lake 11th., day of July IPa8.)
tinted this Bth day of May 1934. OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
(North Starke) I II Wales Is spending a while with (OKKK'IAI f KAt.)

her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. A. J. THOMAS
Clerk of Circuit Court tt\
before for Wash
Johnson leaving/ nf Hi'nil ford County Florida
I wish to again call your attention to my candidacy for ington D. C., where she plans to !i.H.61.1I.12 I'
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membership on the Board of county Commissioners make her home. -- -

district. Mrs. Selmar Ann Rnlley of Tampa =
(from jour
--Political
who was visiting her sister, Announcements-- _IJI

I am a charter member of the Townsend Club and Mrs. L. C. Smith left Wednesday :- :

island 100% for the Townsend Plan for Moultrle Ga., where she Is to n

make her home. FOR 'KKV' Toll St I'KHIVIHMKKVr OK ""'"00'." Fun 5/'IIOOL no in u ,\:

certain things! for the good of our districtand The l I hereby unnounc" myself a candidate I hniebv announce mynelf a. candi i I "t r
There are yt Graham Music Class Is pro 1 wish to announce to the Cltlsensnf I for re-election. tn the offlc date: for School Hoard, DlHtrlct' No. I ,

the entire county that I believe a progressive man r.II gressing nicely under the manage- liradfnrd and Union CountIes. thatI .I Inlendnnt at Public: : InMlructlon subject to the will; of the voters of f
II S..n..orIrnm
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um u Otndlilata for Hint : :I:: nf llrnrtfnrd County: Putt.voterxoln the conilnw emocratlo Primary ,
Ia i .
ment of Prof. Ganas. subject
accomplish on this important board, and I pledge -. .'-- the above two Counties June' 2 linn. If elecuod I promise
can Jute : g
to ba
-- ------ J to the Pemocratle 1 primary thenl'rhnarylElection.. fair admlnlelratlon, ; of the duties. 0'

myself to try to carry out these things if given this trustby : held June 2, 1B.1An of Bradford :3. Your vote and support will be the office. Your vote and, support ')
The Cnhlnell 1..1. tide Is eumliiK Representative "| Is solicited, and will be highly appreciated. t
the people. In. From nil over Plorlda I ante re* County I have fought for the beetInterests 1"rTil"rVtfunvA, ; J. anim KoHpectfitlly: y 'j
limesInd
port flint my 1II.TJ: : friends nip stillwllfe nf the People at nil K. J. LIt VIS. 11
I will be elected from district I will not n.., suit I h.*. made thou 1 nm a klna-I my People for thispromotion HI 1'1:l\TF\l "":'%' B(-IIOOI." -
Although one friends. 1 as t feel that 1 am well myself n candidate
snnila nt nvtv The political t 1 hereby announce
be prejudiced and will ever try to do what I consider best machine /IM putting, the poison siiiiniltn qualified 1 to Office.fill l the Help duties elect of thinlinixiitnnt me for the office. of Superintendent Poll 511001. IIOARI> ar ;
cork nil o,rr Plurliln. Pay nnnttentlon of Public Instruction of llradford I hereby. announce myself M can t
for the entire county.As to pnmpnlgn' rumors ..ndrhnrsrter your Hiate' Heniitor' ami I will serve l to County subject, to the will of thevoter didate for election as member of the
.. fearlessly an<
KncrHHlvely,
nsmnsNlnntli If we were vu '' In the Democratic Primary Hchool board from District One '
not ttlimlnK. these methods wolllil the bent of my ability and I assure will Klertlon June t, 19.14. 1 feel that. my (comprising voting precincts. one i, t
a life-long resident of Bradford County I sincerely not he r.eorted to. 'I.... people ofPlorliln 1 you that your confidence. In me previous' yearn of 'teaching experience. and two'nubject) to the action of ?
Mill not be ntnnipvdeil thisesr. nut l be mleplnmed.Respect well qualify me to handle the voters' !In the Democratlo Primary ,
(fed that I know what is BEST, and you may depend on The machine and tar prof en.slonnl CIIIAItLEYI JOHNS.: duties of the office. Your vote and June 1, It3| If elected. I promise to

to do BEST. p..II'Io'I.n.111 not ...... 'Ike all'ppurt will be appreciated.Itespect work for the bent interests of all ;
me my people. will win and, under my ..' : fully. IIAIWIOY H: Me II A K the schools In Hrudford County. t t ,
mlnUtratlon.. the government mill be POIl M'I'.*'r., ,NKXATK: ) Your vole and Influence appreciated.Iteituect y j

rcorannlsetl. excessive. eostn and etc- I wish to announce my candidacy! FOIL COUNTY JI'lHiM' fully, J. H. MOOIIW. $ 1

cessltaxation reilaceil the schools fur State Senator from, District 16, To I the poople of Bradford County -
adequately financed a state system I comprising Bradford and UnionCountln. I hereby announcH an a candidatefor 9,1)11II'YTY COMMI"*'
of reasonable and adequate oldagepensions I, .. I have decided to come re-election aa County Judge Bud do hereby nnnounna myself' R t l t ; f
Innuvitrate If Congress nut of the Ilepresenttttlv race and earnestly Hollclt the mipport amf candidate for re-election. on June
falls. down on the job l or delays the r enter the Senate race at the request vote of the voters at the primary 2nd for County Commissioner' from', fdF l''
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matter, ami the government, will be of many friend. election. l In June 1 appreciate the District No. 3 South Htarke I ama
W. M. EDWARDS restored to the people.llrop JI M. J. SAPS. support you irnve nit In 1B32 and tax payer and will at all times
n postal runt to me at myheadquarters eoI trust my tenure In office has beenMiieh stand for the rights of the tax payers 'i '
at 0.1....... Get In FOR lI..a'IIB"I'"II'fA'f.VIII .an to warrant your support III of Maid district and county to R ,,
this nmpnlicn; Th. way to hen themnrhliie To the voters of Bradford County: I the coning' pilnmry": flection.llespeutf the best of my ability. I stand i : I ion 4U
In to {'EVTEIt ON Al.ll- !I I hereby announce myself a candidate ully per cent for an old' age pension andthere : ,
>A KLI loa dun t ha,* t.. nee a po. ( for representative. to the Legislature K K.. pnitRYMAN.FOII must he some 'provision' made ?
lltlcal buss to art In thin catsipslsm, from Bradford. County, subject for the aged ones Your, vote and .. '
nnd ,oil pod hove to ... a polltlcalboss to the action of the vol.... at (''OlIN'I'Y> Jl IHJM support \Vk IAt'L. H.ytll! m 8.I.t..I. ( y!
officeanil :<
to get In the governor's' the Democratic Primary to be hold I hereby. announce. my candidacy \ e Ig,
when we
the executive mansion June 2, 1036 Your vote and support for the office of C'man'y Judge. of '
Paid Pol Adv. w In. r will be appreciated and I assureyou Hrndrnrd I'rxinty subject. ) to the will FOIL COUNTY C'OMMISdIOVKIl: 'U '
,, ,,, .. ,, ,. ',' i ,,. "," ul, III II Ipl" n/lh''/' Pol. Adv.
"1IIIIIoIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInoIIIPnln'jIIIMUnl t''"'''' ,, hug' Ilp'111I1n'llrIIIIIIInIIhtInIIIlIoI'i ,- Pd that your confidence In me will of the inorullu> iiectom: In the 1 hereby announce myself a candidate f(
lot be misplaced.Uenpaclfully. primary eluctlon on June 2, 11)16.: Ifelected for re-election as county commissioner
FRED HAZISN. to thin important office I from District Five snhjed
I plmlwe" the people of thin County a to action of the voters In the Democratic t1 '
F FOIL IlKPIIKBR'VTAIIVnr fair and Impartial admlnlatratlun ofJilHfli'e Primary June 2, I91A I appreciate r
wish to represent the' olnrmlford Your vote anrl active support your support In the pact )
County In the aol I will h* greatly' niipreclated.HlncereLy and will appreciate. your continued r

8 tft.\\ latuie and announce my candidacy t..
'Ay" '\\ for that. office, subject to I the Democrntlo T. FUANK. ANUltUM Respectfully, n. T. STERN. Y
primary June 2, 1016. It ----- -- ------ 1

\) t elected. I will try to benefit my roil. NIIKIIIKKTo : FOIL COUNTY COlf'tIl""IO'U"1II ,
the voter of Itradford County
county ami state hereby annnunca myself. a cundldat -
.
\ A. A. DonD1BM I hereby announce. iiiyxnlf a candidate '
for commissioner from
*
county I
the. of sheriff and If
for office nut<11 Three (comprising South '
'\ Si BETTERTHAN Poll 1I"1I..111.'I''rl\' '"! nominated. and elm ted, I promlHO a Htarke) subject to action ottho voters .
clean, oirreHnlvp. honest Impartial.
I respectfully. announce my cnndl In the liemocratlo. Prlnmry. June
\\t dacv for Representative. from ttrnd- and feaileiiH' admlnlHtrat. .and enforcement 2. lOAfl. Will appreciate your vote I' 4
On this dec
of the law
torn! County subject to 'the will ol and support
In I the Primary laratlon I nollrit your iiupport and
EilER I the Democratic voters Respectfully LESTER KITE.
Election" June X, 19.1'it, If elect- vote In the coming 'primaries, i
(\\ ,. I ( "OHcar" your vote yonwill
feui lessly do everything that canto .
the cltlxxos never have cane. to regret It t hereby announce myself. a randlilats -- i
\ of
help I the majority .
for county commissioner' orIJlNtrltt f
\\wc' The Margin t
Goodyear of Rradford County and the. mate No. One (I.liwtey) subjeitto '
nf Florida'" I am for the TownsendPlan Foil itIIF11IIPF.
the prlmury election to lie 'heldJune
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of Safety-greater I 10(1( per. cent and will accept no I hereby" announce Myself a cnndl- Snil. in III. If elected, will, illschants ;' ,i /

compromise'C ,data. for I the office of Sheriff "..r my duty tn the best Interest '
grip to stop and start C. RUTI.EH. liindroid i'ounly mikjnct! to the will of the County, Your vote and ...,.- G ;
tjf the Vole, at the rnrnlnw'liHrnoc- port will l h. very much appreciated.JOHN A. rl
I car.Thick FOil TvX ( OI.I.P.ITOHI Klnctlon/ to be held
your ratio' Primary C CrUMUNB.roil .
hereby announce my candidacyto June 2nd 193A Your vote and fupport 1
Cen. succeed myself. as Tax Collector will I be greatly appreciatedHewpectfull <'or\,'rv "t'OMtllaeloYF:11: k F ;
Husky subject to thDemocratic .
if Bradford county vrMIL.L.10K
I hereby 4 ,
I' primary to be held onrune U JOHN, annnunca myself a candidate -
,
for county from ,5t
terTractionTreadtough 2, 1034. I have tried lo renderyou commissioner
.
I faithful honest and efficient. letilct h'lv subject. to action l hy .I lh'
Foil 511rItIFP:
I IIct deep-cut rub service during my second term of( I hereby .announce myself. a.. ran.dldate the voters Jun. In the Demociatlo. Primary }
t, 1036 1 will appreciateyour d
COACH-.5 office as your Tax Collector I earnestly fur the office of Sheriff ofRradfnrd '
929 :MODEL A 1 ber for long non-skid I solicit, your shall part, and Ifelected ('ounty. subject to the acIlrnt promise vote to and exert active my best support efforts and In a {) ,
again. I continue to or tha fle"o".nllo Party nr the
today If want to
you buy dlsphnrirliiR the duties of thin
Important U't
the service. a. 1 1
mileage. render you same voters .t the I'rlm"ry of June 21..1. office. I (
his practical car at so Iowa I have In the past. Iff:IB. If I am ebtuted xherlff of T. D. DYAL. ; 1
'rice Its transmis- CARL A. KNI0IlT. Bradford County I will render the
motor Chevrolets Blowout Protected- : sot : : I1
of faithful connolontloue ner-
sales most k
I ion and axle have been care- Record-breaking new FOIL (OUVrr: COMMISS.IOAKMI ': FS'
I will I
vice of which capable.
TAX!; COl.I.KfTOIt:
FOR
ally checked for dependa- patented SupertwistCord not \,e the tie rfr7: o any particulargroup flo hereby announc myself aa a Ft ''
better trade-In values possible I respectfully announce myself a or faction I of the people, but candidate for the office of County. 1 j,
"Hty! and durability. SEE make these in EVERY ply. candidate. for the office of Tax Collector I will. be the: ; sheriff for all of the Commissioner, for 1I1..lr'"t' Two.
''H FOR SPECIAL. SALE'RilE' 1929 MODEL A TOt'IHNO subject to the action of theDemorretlc and will not play fuvorltlern North Htsrke, of Hradford County t I 'f
1029 CHEVROLET SEDAN voters.. at the primary ol r.oPle., performance of my dutlen' ,subject to the voter of ths Deno't,
for a This sturdy five-paesenger dine 2, 1U34 I feel that. I am In every ; submitted. : craflr- Primary Jnrt. 1586
are looking lt .lfiiMv'
-If you Ait .. to >*...' ye. Mb weeder. qualified tn give the dutlelif p < : myself: 7..m'.h :
for way I pledge sacred honor 1
.U3I Is the thing NELSON T. tJHKKN.roil 'j'lU
(IIE\ROLET SEDAN real bargain In a small Inexpensive car just fill tTwaVer lit ?..' .',. the office efficient and competent l If elected, that I will I dischargemy ( '' 1' it

-Or'ginal' Duce finish 1 clean car see this Cbevrorough usage on bad countryphoiatery service Pledging a full and I.KIIK <'nit_'i'IT "'01 itr whole duty, In lookingtn the 1,1, rt i

tires that show let today. Its finish tires roads. An automobile that I the faithful office discharge to the best of of the my duties.ability ol, To the People of Bradford County whole best I Interest, and, will,of guard the county well the aa taxpayers a / 1 i

''We weir Thoroughly 1 re- and upholstery are In good any family will enjoy and ( I solicit and will appreciate your : Sincerely truntlnv. that I maybe of the County I will have no
ioalLrPAIhF.lnder: support In the coming prlmnrv.Respectfully. permitted to continue to nerve favorites. ''
world of good out or pets, but will contendfor 4
onuitloned
an dbacked *rlll get a clerk of the circuit
by :ondition and altogether you I CARL JOHNS you an your equity and Justice to all as Iunderstand ,U1
In OK that counts." Its ap- will agree that It Is an excel- of. The price/ Is right and court:: I announce my candidacy for It to the best of my .1 }
Foil TAX .'KSSOH' thin office subject to the next Demo >
beat It
can't knowledge and ability. Your voleand
arance is very smart and lent buy. SEE US FOR SPEthat means you <'ratio primary I appreciate. the )'
support will be appreciated.ALEX '
I hereby announce myself a candidate +
)wactive and It to the PRICE. anywhere. SEE VS FORIret of klndnenx and confidence shown me / ,
goes CIAL SALE for the office of Assessor by all of our people, and In return. U IIARNE'r. /! I',
lucky buyer SEE V9 SPECIAL SALE PRICE.OR Taxes of Bradford County subjectto I have rendered. and for mn long an i
,
.. 1
CHEVROLET COACHRISee the will of the voters at the coming The gofers nf Commissioner's
1932
I hold office will continue. to render
S P E C A L SUE: ,
Our fat bargainfor Democratic Primary Election to Illstrlet Camber: Si }
this wonderful bargain. every service. and courtesy In my '
1933 CHEVROLET SPORT be held, In June. Your vote and support power Your assistance will be appreolated. < I hereby announce myself a candidate '
appearance performance Is solicited and will be greatly for re-election ,
1931 1 ( Compare A.J. THOMAS. as County
HEVROLET 1 1-4 and reliability and ('OCrE-See this practically appreciatedRespectfully. Commissioner. for District' Number Z, '' I ,
OS TIU'CK-Every farm car and grasp this opportunity lean subject to th* action of Democratic.
It to anything new pursesSee E. W. Hayes. FOIL MCIIOOL RO,ni) '
Tome 1 In the you'll) prefer voters In the primary to b* held .
county could the market offers at anywhere to enjoy Chevro I hereby announce myself. a candidate June Ind, 1936. If elected I promise i. U
he excellent use of this Cornlet's famous beauty perform this value unbeatablethat FOR TAX ASSESSOR for re-election as member of to render th* best service, of which t''
'aol, "> truck. near the price. I respectfully. announce my candidacy School Hoard. IMntrlct No. a eubject. I am capable, thanking' the voter '
It will answer pletley equipped ready to Pace and economy at an unprecedented we give you because for Tax. Assessor. of Brad to the will <>t the voter In said for pa.t support and soliciting their '

many transportation prob- FOR saving. Motor dealers sell ford County subject to the will fit nixtrlrt on June' 11911. Your vote vote and support In the coming election t
I t!M that arise drive away SEE US and Goodyear the Democratic voters In the com- and support will be greatly appreciated. I am t r
; e every day on SPECIAL SALE PRICE. la smooth powerful ec the most tires by mil ing primary "election, June 2. I have Yours very truly, ;
L aVerage farm. The onomical._ SEE US FOR for thirty-one years. been a taxpayer Respect fully% U I* CONNUR.: r
[ right[| and first tlrat' MALE PRICE."raved. lions. A high'tfrade lira of Bradford County and It Stafford I* Crew. 1!
SPECIAL
come pr; Ji ; elected Tax Assessor I guarantee _FOR COUNTY! CO..M..OllEIl. :
.. SEE CS FOR SPECIAL so superior that its tales all the favors Information/ accomo- FOR fit'HOOK HOAIIft I hereby announce myself a candldat ,

S.\LE PRICE. + exceed 2,000,000.- Buy datlons and courtesies that can be I hereby announce my candidacy for ( Commissioner ,1 9
I,1930 ( 1929 CHEVROLET SPORT given through that office. I will. for election an a member of the; District' No S North Btark. I realla '- 4 ty
"EVROLET COACH CO CPE-T hislures car has been today I appreciate your serious consideration School Hoard from ltrlct No. 2 the ,importance tof this office and tl
-You can enjoy all the vote and assistanceK. of plea- taken good andof ofhas Its FRob) DEMOREST. .. >. and If elected will give the of same. I respectfully
owning' an automo- owner been dulled. of the office my very hen solicit your vote and support 1
bile previous
without' the attention Your vote and support W. M.: EDWARDS. .
expense of ,,, carefully reconditioned by us. FOIt TAX ASSESSOR solicited and will be appreciatedIf. ,
Purchasing 1 myself a candidate -
hereby
announce
a new car You f with the ; K D. MAY. ran COL-MTV. toMMisaio'VKH .II
can depend You cant go wrong 5rW for the office' of Tax. Assessor
on our used cars 1i''' 1 p amazingly low price we are of Hradford County subject to the I take this method of announcing t y'
pause every part of them will of the voters at the coming T.. the Voter ef School Hoard nie.trlet my candidacy for re-election. for the
D6 Been offering on this bargain and Democratic primary: election to be M e. t of Bradford "'0...", office of County 'Commissioner' of it U
carefully checked we advise to see It today. that will held; June 2. In asking for this office T hereby announce myself a candidate District No. 1, Subject! to the will (
led you Tenns
has "the OK that will say that I am thoroughly for re-election. to the officeof of the Democratic voters In the Primary t t'
counts, 'SEE SEE US. FOR SPECIAL cult you familiar with the duties thereof and School Hoard Member. for District Election June a. Kill I .
(1 Us; FOR SPE- SALE PRICE. promise If elected to discharge the No. t subject. to the action of the Your support will b* 'appreciated, '
\L 9ALE PRICE. duties of said' office In an efficientand Democratic primary Jun. 2, 19.1. If and :If re-elected I will continue: to
courteous manner. I deeply appreciate ele<.ted 1 promise a fair and impartial discharge I the duties of the office lath ,'
the support given me four administration of the duties of best of my ability U
years ago, ana again solicit your the office. Your vote and support J. M. It OS IE ft. t
I careful consideration' and support In ,Is solicited and will be highly ap- ''I'
REGISTER'SGARAGE the coming primary.Re.D.efLOUISyIi. preciated. FOR c'o.'If'rY COMHI1HIOHBRI
.., Respectfully 1
.
hereby announce myself a candidate
HILL J. C. iEV A TT.
for commissioner from
SIT VALUES-TODAY! Olstrlct' Four county(..comprising........, ,
us FOR BETTER FOR ('Ot'NTY! ('OMMIs.IOVERI FOR ( IIOOI. UOAIII Hampton and Thressa), subject to
.
hereby announce myself. a candidate 1 hereby announce myself a candidate action of the voters In the Demo
)
for re-eleetlon aa county corn.a.lssloner re-election. as member of
jrsllc Primary. Jun I. I will -
spprclat
.: from District I No. 4, Hampton Rchool Board for district No. 2 of vote anil support.II. 1 t
Theressa and Graham and If reelected Bradford County, subject to the action your. L. WATTBHHON.
Torode Chevrolet Co. Phone 103 will continue to give the of the pemocratlo voters on v,
county the best service I am capable June 2. 1'$1.
STARKE FLA. of 1 solicit. your support and vote Your vote and support will be opreclattd The swivel chair was Inventedby
a, h. Primary ""... 2. Kespeetfullr, I
STARKE FTXRIDA n. V. SAXON. W, C. MAJMNINQ. Thomas Jefteragnims -. '

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tmjuwtmn COTTNTV TinuEanApn STARKE. FLORIDA ._ ___ _'.__ FRIDAY. ]>iAT_ W, 1_
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';' I"' '' 1 t -- -- --- Johna, :Mr*. H. H. Young, Mr. Miss Middleton HonoreeAt guests Into the run parlor, where
1)) M h, Entertained ''E.
: Mrs. Richard And Mrs. Rite i the beautiful assortment of useful GRADY BURTON WOULD RESTORE I
I 3 David, Mr*. L. A Datria Mrs Miscellaneous Shower CONTROL
: ''0I 11!4 In Honor of Miss Middleton:! 'riday Afternoon E. Maaauisa, Mra. Maurice gift which had been sent to Mia I
George TO PEOPLE
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;t u; 'r' 'II A delightful affair of the pas t of the gobleta to her selected pattern I Edwards, Mr*. S. R. Johns, Jr., Given At Woman's Club Middleton were displayed.the The set
the hostesses was
\\1 :'! week was the bridge party glvei]I of crystal: ware, a gift from Mrs H. A Durden, Mrs. R. O. The outstanding: social event of of gin iced of tea glasses to the honoree'
hostesses. I Kldd. Miss Madge Middleton Mlai
at the Woman's Club House las t the
"; miscellaneous
I the past week was a elected pattern of crystal ware. GRADfBURTOM
''I't ; Friday afternoon, by Mrs. Herbert Mrs Richard and Mrs. Rltcb, as Mary Canova, Mlna Ruth Stern- shower given at the Woman' Club
':.:j 'I'+' :;' C Rltch and Mra. H. M. Richard, slated by Mrs H. A. Durden and berg, Misa Lillian Sternberg, MlaaLuclle House, Tuesday afternoon, by Mrs. The following delightful pro TAY
\41 It,'I served dell Mitchell, Mba Annie Mae was presented during the af- REYRIOA LRAeur
,3), honoring Miss Hazel Middleton Miss Hilda Durden a R. J. DaVIs, Mrs. L. A. Canova gram
i H+ ;; 9. i popular bride-elect of the month does Ice course, to the guests. The Pearce, Mlaa Clara Louisa Peek, Mr*. D. E. Knight, and Mrs. H. V. ternoon:
J: featured the Miss Lula Redgrave, Miss Hope Mr K. G. Duncan
It'' j r i Thirteen bridge tables were refreshments also Knight in honor of MIlls: Hazel Piano duet- *
lt 1., placed intervals in the spacious pink and green motif. Favors Haynes Miss Georgia Haynes Middleton, whose marriage to Eugene and :Mr. E. M. D via. ..' ,
'. ;i n auditorium of the clubhouse which were dainty corsages of Dorothy Miss Louise Snyder, Miss Eunice selections Misa Luc lie y. re
:; t L. MatU.*wa will be an eventof Vocal ,ravcortr
\\'f.; 1 I waa decorated for the occasion Perkins roses Perkins, Miss Beverley Cady. May 22. :Mitchell accompanied by Mrs. L. A.,
I I1! .' | with, an abundance of seasonal Invited to play bridge with Miss Out-of-town guests were: Mra. Canova R
(i't' In shades Miss., A profusion of Easter lilies,
.F, garden flowers pastel Middleton were: C. W. Chalker, Gulfport,
b '. and attractively arranged In baskets Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. O. L. Mrs. M. W. Morrow, Jasper, Mra. sweet peas rose, baby breath and Reading-""If* Awful Hard To
throughout the room. A pink Beasley, Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, Louis H. Hill, Lawtey. Mrs. De- other garden flowers artistically Be A Child, Joan Carpenter.
QI iI "1 and green color motif was carried Mra. D. A. Monteith, :Mrs. H. B. Witt C. Jones, Mrs. S. T. Del), Mra. arranged in basket and placed in "Beautiful Lady In Blue," Mra.
: Tallies in attractive the spacious. auditorium and sun R. J. Davis, accompanied by Mra.
f out in detail. an HcLendon, Mrs. Nat Sternberg, J. Hamilton Ritcb Gainesville,
if"
t bridal design were distributed Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. C. A. Mrs Doutt Jones, Mra. Earle Mid parlor of the clubhouse formed L. A. Canova.
1 : : to the guests upon arrival by lit Knight, Mrs H. C. Brown? Mrs. dleton Mr. K. Bruce Norman, I the decorative motif for the occasion. Dramatic Sketch-Mrs. L. G.
( if I tie MlaBoa Joan Carpenter and Betty Frank Carpenter Mra. Edward Mrs. Bryant S. Carrol], Miss Elise Upon arrival punch was served Powell. ,
/1 Jo Durden, who wore dainty old- iurna, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs.J. Fcnes, Jacksonville.; ) the guests by Mrs. 9. P. Van- "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," iw. OUPOnrT LOQarii7V
i'j h ,fashioned floor length dresllell.I '. M. Mitchell Mrs. George B. Tea guests: Mra. Annie Richard, dlvlere from a table which was Mr. J. D. Doyle with Mrs. L. A.
I Punch was served from a serving Flynn, Mrs E. S. Matthews, Mr*. Mrs. J. H Ritch, Mrs. W. E. Mid made very attractive by an artistic ,Canova aa piano accompanist. Grady Burton \\'auehuJa.. Democratic candidate for Go\.
:t I : table by Mlas Frances Lee Peek W. H. Hart, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. dleton arrangement of Easter lilies mingled Tap Dance-Mlaa Jeanne Lee, of rrnor opposes the Two Job practice by which governors hu\.'
; {J. and Miss Mary Harriet Bishop. I J. M. Darby, Mrs. E. M. Davis with fern which flanked the Lake Butler. controlled the leKtalatnre. lie goes further than that and will I
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i For this delightful occasion Miss Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T punch bowl.Receiving. At the conclusion of the program oppose the lobbying" by big" /Inter ,;{ F :Middleton selected a lovely) gown Long, Mrs. T. Frank Landrum CARD OF THANKS with the hostesses and the hostesses, assisted by linen' attached to the. Legislature are knocked loose the 1'1'(1)/1'/
.} i of pink moussllne de soire. Mra. C. A. Futch. Mrs. Sam An- Words fail us when we attempt, Miss Middleton were Mrs W. E. Mia Mary Canova little Misses will be able to. direct the State through the 1f' 8Iature.

';If. At the end of the progression! derson, Mrs. W. E. Torode, Mrs through the paper, to thank every Middleton, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Ida[ Lulu and Marjorie Davis and SAFEGUARD FLORIDA WITH
"''t '" "' I\i';\ it was found that Mrs. A. Z. Ad-. W. C. Manning,Mrs K. O. Duncan, one who in any way contributed to Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Miss Madge Merry Beth Knight served a dellcous GRADY BURTON
::1 'I .. : kiss was the holder of high score.: Mrs. James A. Lewis, Mrs. Ralph the comfort of our loved one durIng Middleton and Mrs. H. C Rltch. ice course to those !invited to
'Ii .fif' '"., She waa awarded a bubble howl. Cox, Mrs N. Wainwright, Jr. his Illness, and to his family Little Miss Marjorie Davis and be with Miss Middleton. Favors ClubP.

I R 1 :bare Edward Burns, holder of eec Mrs. N D. Wainwright, Sr.. Mrs.J. since his death. We thank you and Merry. Beth Knight ushered the were dainty bouquets of panaiea. i O. BOX 1200 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA :
1 ond high, received a pottery bowl. M. Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, may God's richest blessings rest -, - -
II f'". ,' Miss Middleton was presented two Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. C. on each of

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RITZ THEATRESTARKE users say Supertax "" Yz Lb. 19c; l lb. 37cWNERE
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.the refrigerator for rural homes
} ,, LADIES'DRESSES ECANOMY flulES
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i It it hard to monize with any type of kitchen
ENCORE OLIVEOIL
I a PROGRAM believe that or kitchen: furnishings. Ask for a
F.fIINNINO FRlnAYTIILn Superfex actually makes cold by free home demonstration. And let \\1IITE HOUSE Yz Pt. 25c; Pt. 49cIONA
burning kerosene.But it doe And urteUyouaboatthesagtermrooltm.keapl.otynfit.llyouneedfor
tr ..-RI.. :MW 14 and<< 13"DESIRE"
% ? which yon may bay if you with. MILK ]
yf food freth all need '
keeping you CORN 3 No. 2 cans 25c
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; for Ice cube and deoert
tn + SPECIALLY :MarlemDietrich freezing 3 Cans 19c
vnur.it _finry CooperSATURDAY More amazing nil, Superfex doc OJ IONA NO.2 CANGREEN

''S, : .S AT ::\J.18. these things with the burner go for 25c '
,,, log juit mall part of the limn BEANS 3
"COURAGEOUSAVENGER"
About two hour after you light
them,they go out automatically.Yet IONA MACARONI orSPAGHETTI
98c relrigerntion right on.
goes
Johnny Mark Brown 3 for lOc
L With one lighting you get twenty- ,
i 8UN.-MON.. MAY 17 and 18 four hour of refrigeration.This GRITS
1.95 to 4.95 "MILKY WAY" abort burning time give you q I
,, mtdtnt nfrigtnttie in It* mot SQUASH Lb. Sc
; Harold Lloyd economical form. -. pit 10 Lbs. 24c
Adolphe Menjou\
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model offer Ut
The the
new 15c
NEWS and COMEDYTUBSWED. : CARROTS 2 Bunches
word in convenience. And their
., MAY 19-20 beauty of deiign and finifh har
CHILDREN'SDRESSES "Everybody'sOld ORANGES Dozen 25c


't u ;;, In In S.Man"Cobb No No running oloctrlclty water. .. .. Mary FaahlonMEAL Ann Old BEETS Bunch lOc

Ra.bells Hudson No moving part . FANCY ROUND

59c to 98c TEIURS.-1rRr., MAY :21 and 22 Operate.4 on r. keroSene> l BEANS Lb. 5c
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{, .,, "KLONDIKE ,

x ANNIE" A. B. CLARK 10 Lbs. 20c ION.1 .\
y ,d w LADIES Mae \\Vat LAKE CITY, FLORIDA R. F. D. No. S a
.. CHILDREN'S Victor McLaglen Telc.ft.m. Ne. 1. Elllavlll I '; SPAGHETTI 15Z-oz 5c
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SANDALSALL ... a.JI..dQ1JIy
Also
SANDALS WEST POINT OF THE SOUTH P & G SOAP, 3 for lOc

l l ; SPECIALLY PRICED AT COLORS & BABES IN HOLLYWOOD SUPERFEXTHEOIIBURNINCREFRIGERATOR 1 Oleomargarine

', ,, 95c & 1.10 1.25 to 1.98 Lt'CKY TUESDAY SEAT ft WEDNESDAY.N1TE BVERY [ NUTLEY r FLAKES Pkg. 6c

A PRODUCT Of PIR'ICTION $TOV COMPANY

I --. Lb. 15c, IONA

MISSES'SLACKS 100 PAIR LADIES' --' COCOA, Lb. 8c; 2 Lbs ISc
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1 PURE THREAD -
RIPE 4 LBS SCOCO or JEU EL-Finest Shortening Compound -

.'',i "'' ', I SIZES 8 TO 20 SILK Special 49c HOSE Pr. BANANAS 15c GREEN'SSTORE PILLSBURY BEST LARD 2 Lbs. (bulk) 24c


89c & 98c PEANUT QT. JAR FLOUR 24 Ik 1.03 4-lb. Carton. _50c 8-lb. Carton., 97c

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Men's BUTTER 22c CASH & CARRY : FLOUR PLAIN OR SELF-RI8ISG-IONA


OVERALLS
;'' a To Be Given Away Each Satur.
';, 7, ; ANDWORK $50 FREE day-Ask For information $50 F R E E 6 Lb*. 18 Lbs 24 Lb. 48 Lbfc

t PANTS 23c 39c 75c $1.45
t 4 LB. CARTON OOLDtED.'L

,; THE BEST MADE JEWEL LARD 49c MILK 3 tall 19c '-- -- .- -

'' ', SILVER! BROOK-Tub or Print
35c
98cWORK Dixie- Crystal BUTTER Pound

s > ,,' ,i ;Fi CHUCK STEAK, Lb. __ 15c PRINCE ALBERT, Can __ lOc
,
inli, l alli r SUGAR GRAND LUBE: MOTOR

8UEET MIXEDPICKLES OIL 2 Gala.89c
t 1 I''" GRITS 10 Ibs. 24c
A SHIRTS ',' 24-oz. 15c 5 Lbs. __ 24c IONA
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I ,,.. 20c
r i i 49cto 98c t lOo BOX PORK & BEANS 5 for

ASPIRIN Box ______ _3c HI-PLANE 2 cans __ 15c New No. 1 IRISHPOTATOES

PRINCE 10 Lbs. 23c
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WORK 1.59 SHOES 1.98 i 'd1 A 1 MEAL, 5 Lbs. lOc TOM\TO CATSUP 14-oz. lOc ALBERT PINK SALMON Tall Can lOc

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a LEMONS, Doz. ,_ ____ __ 15c Can ___ lOc
BREAD, 3 Loaves ____ .25 c MACKEREL 3 cans 25c I
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'rt i SHIRTSREGULAR COCOA 2 lb. Can' 15c 2a-Z. IONA CRISCO 1 Lb.19c


a : 1.25 VALUES COOL FOR SUMMER GROUND DAILY APPLE BUTTER 12/C 3 Lbs. __ - 55cTotoatoeS

PURE COFFEE lb.r _. 12/2c 6 Lbs. __ ____ _,_ $1.09
; ? 98c Special at 59cFRIENDLY fie PKO.

r B, ; MATCHES 3 Pkgs. __ lOc 4 Cans__ 25c GRAPE JAM 4 Lb Jar 39c

"'+''t RICE 5 Lbs. 23c
''t ,. i LAROE BISQUICK 33c
SHOES FOR THE
?' WEINERS Lb. lOc '. .
'i FIVES NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK 25c
Yukon ClubBeverages
ENTIRE FAMILY. RINSO 3 Pkgs.
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$ i IXMiiric TOMATOES, 4 Cans 25c

t : LET us siuny YOU. \ nrcK SHORTS, 100 Ib. bag __ 1.65YOUNG ION A

',; ,L ."ORtES fte PKG. STEERROUND Salad DRESSING,.Qt 25c

', h .. SALT 4 for f 9c STEAK Lb.22c I 3 for 25c PACIFIC

Plan Deposit lOc
YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY ITT Toilet TISSUE, 3 for
tE' I
S ALEXANDER & COMP AN.Yp : BOILING DIME: BRAND A.r & P. FOOD STORESTARKE

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At Lovely House Last Bridge Thursday Afternoon- I ton's bride.plate was placed a miniature G. W. Alderman, of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray spent Mrs L. A Rennolds spent the Mr and Mrs. C A. Knight have ? ) )

_-E4'f Worn" s C1U&Tcjolllpltlllelltl118 The spent the past weekend here with Sunday In Fernandina with their past week-end In Boston Ga., with I as their guests Mrs. Knight's

Hazel :Mi Miss Mrs. A. Z.; Adklas. Mrs. O. and Mrs. Laurie O. Ray. nolds attended the celebration of Milliard, and sister Mrs. Donald J, ,
: D. chiffon was with the hostesses in
Nye 'f r Long. Mrs. L. Beasley, Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid, Mrs. N. F. Gullford and son, .--- -- the wedding anniversary of her Morris of Vila.-Wilma. '

etoa Mr J M. Mitchell': the'.receiving line Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Frank Car- Norwood, are visiting relatives in Mrs. Tommy Lane and. little cousin. -- -. -, -- -

carpenter Luelle Mitchell nterun-, After\ several progressions of penter, Mrs. D. A. Monteith. Mrs. Qultman, Georgia daughter, :Mary Beth, of Gainesville :Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hem- i

yin Ittternoon at the bridge Mrs. H. B. McLendon, holder Nat Sternberg, Mrs. S. L. Peek are here visiting her parent Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pitts and ingway, of Ellzabethtown, N. C.,

JIll 'rhureday House with a bridge Of high score, was presented a Mrs. Joe Hoover. Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs. Jeanette Klncald is in Tam- Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pearce. sons, Ronald and Keeffee, returned 'are announcing the arrival of a
c JI") Chub lovely boudoir lamp and Mrs. O. Mrs. Sam Anderson. Mr. S. R. pa visiting her parents Mr. and to their home here Sunday from I sun, John Alden, of May 5. Mr. r
"rty."protuslon. L. Beasley, holder of second high, Johns, Jr., Mrs. W. H. Hart, :Mrs. Mrs. A. C. Durden. Mr. and Mrs. William Norris had Boston, Ga., where they were call I Hemingway Is the son of the Rev.
lit abreateland received, a box 'of bath powder. George E. Manassa, Mrs. J. E. Wilson ,as their guests Sunday, Mr*. Nor- ed due to the death of Mr. Pitt' and Mrs. L G. Hemingway of

rtJPU.roses.\ baby attractively The honoree was presented four of Mrs. K. Q. Duncan, Mrs. H. ris' daughter, Mrs. J. C..Hlllman, mother. Starke. ir
( flower- B. McLendon Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall returned '
r tn formeddonative the oyster cocktail dishes to her and son. Fred Dodd, both of Ocala.Mrll. -"'-- ----- -
,
white baskets Jr., Mrs. H. M. Richard Mrs. R. to their home here
F. Tuesday
in .elected pattern of crystal ware asa Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Bauk- Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pergola and'
motif for this lover Demorest, Mrs. O. C. after a week's tour In Cuba.
Register.Mrs. son, Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs Karl
remembrance' of this night and Mrs. W. L. Edwards of
lovely
pink and green being the par- L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. J. M. C. W. Chalker of Gulfport Jacksonville, were the guests Sunday I Floreus, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
affair. colors- Little Misa- Darby, Mrs. J. M. Miss., returned to her home there
ty.The Brownlee, Mrs.
Inaung Louis A. Holmes of Santa Monica of Mr. Bauknlght's and Mrs. Chapman, all of Jacksonville wl1ret.he
and Marjorie four charming hostesses C. E. Johns, i Tuesday after a visit here with
Mrs.
W. E. Torode,
Carpenter guest Sunday of Mrs. Per-
Calif., arrived Monday for visit Edward's parents, Mr. and Mr. W.
J01II a
rl of the hon- served their guests a delicious sal her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Mrs.
niece C. A.
3/lddJeton/ Knight Mrs. Richard G. here with Eugene L. Matthews.Mrs. .. I H. Struth. gola's and Mrs. Floreus' mother,
111 bridal ad, with Iced tea, sandwiches, .
the attractive and Kidd, Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Mrs. R. i Darby.Mr. Mrs. C. L. Young.
se, passed arrivaL pink and green mints. On each ..
J. Davis,
to the guests upon Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Miss Virginia Mlllslp and Miaa
dies I MlcWIeton becomingly atfor platewere dainty bouquets of Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. L. A. Tolbert H. Black, of Lake and Mrs R. A. Newsome Gertrude 1
))111II the occasion In a floor sweet peasi and 'on Miss Middle- Davis, Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss City, is spending 'this week here bad as their guests last week-end leeringof Green Cove

red- -- Hope Haynes, Miss Clara Louise with hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. Newsome'a sister, Mrs. B. C. Springs the spent the past weekendat I REAL
---- Burns'
cottage at KIngsley
Peek, :Miss Madge Middleton, Miss N. Kendrick. Peddy, and Miss! Ruth Shelley, of
Lake, as the guests of Mr. and ESTATEIF "
Annie Mae Pearce, Miss Mary Ca- Miami. Mrs. Edward Burns.

nova. Mrs. S. P. Vandivlcre and son, --_._- _.
--- ---- --- ; YOU WANT TO ,
Out-of-town guests Included:: Pitner, of Greenville. Ala., are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell! had Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish and BUY. SEI.I OU IlENT ..4
Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Jr., Mrs. DeWittC. guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. as their guests recently Mrs. Frank daughter, Miss Mable, and nV
Jones, Gainesville, Mrs. Earl G. W. Alderman. SEE us-
ELECTA.A.Durden Pomeroy, of Jacksonville, and Curry, of Jacksonville, spent Saturday
Middleton, Mrs. B. S. Carroll, Mrs. Mrs. Jack Faysoux and little son, here
with Mr. and Mrs. Er
Alice Joiner, Jacksonville, Mrs. L. WILSONREALTY
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, of ,of Tampa. rol Alvares and attended funeral
F. Chapman and Mrs. P. D. Fancher -
Jacksonville, were here the first I services of Mr. Reddish' brother- CORP. y
State Farm, and Mrs. C. W.
i Dr. H. B. McLendon went to
of the week visiting her mother
In-law, Allen
Chalker, Gulfport Miss. William., of Hampton
Mrs. F. H. Long. Marianna, Sunday, where he at- .
Tea guests were: Mrs. \V. E. tended the wedding; of his brother,
Mlddleton, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. ?NSajt'Norfleet and 'Dr. Robert McLendon to Miss Lucy
Mrs. Annie Richard, Mrs. W. Q. Mr. and Mrs. D. 'J. Smith all of I Nell Dekle. grace distinctive11 flowers :

Dowllng, Jacksonville. Madison were the guests Sunday of I at horsthcl
YOUR REPRESENTATIVEThe Miss Hazel Middleton. Mr. ;' .i'Mrs. R.: J.: Davis and 'I cherry
children were at Daytona Beach ja 'ksonvllle I

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow returned Sunday where they visited Mr. Davis phone2129
to their home in Jasper uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.C. smart miter plewn iinunualflower c'orliUItC'1I

Tuesday after a visit here with Mr. W. Morglln.i I forlglfls '

and Mrs. E. M. Davis. i - -

man who will work for things t aY ---
Mr. and Mrs. L A Davis spent i ic
Sunday in Fernnndina with his r r r

that will be beneficial to the People mother. Mrs. Mary Davis, and sinter -'

Mrs. J. R. Hardee
1 of Bradford County. -

A 'I
GENT AORII i


COLUMNFOR
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Born And Raised In Bradford County And attractive
SALE:--

Knows The Needs Of Its Citizens And houses, large lots, electricity and l
i' water cheap. Mrs. Annie Lou God.
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win, Box 12 Lawtey. It ; ft'
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Will Work To Their Interest.
FOR SALE-Fresh Jerseys and

Holsteins cows. High. producers
?
C. Letsch. 2tp r M

FOR SALE}-,-86 acres of good
farm land on State Road 13. This Swift's JewelCooking BE.tNSOR # i S1
( Argo t'riuihedPineapple to
property was formerly known as ; : SQUASH Pound 5c j ,

[GIVE ME YOUR SUPPORTAND the Thower's Estate. If Interested, I
William C.
Hodges
f write to P. B. Crews, 2134 HendrySt. ] FRESH

"HOMESTEAD: BILL/ ., Ft. Myers, Fla. OIL I TOMATOES 2 Lbs. 15c No. 2 U Can19c M1

Submits Ills Candidacy For FOR SALE-Porto Rica pure bred
Gallon $1. LETTUCE Heads 82c
Sweet Potato Plants $1.00 per
[ YOU WILL NOT
REGRET
GOVERNOROF
: IT thousand. T. D. Dyal, Brooker,
NEW _
FLORIDATo Fla. 2tp DIXIE POTATOES Red 3 Lbs. lOc 1'ACKIUTK ;
The People Of This State FOR RENT--5 r om partly furnished .

!Subject' to Democratic Primaries l cottage.: Space for garden NO. 1 WIIITBPOTATOES PEACHES ,
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----J and chickens. J. XlaUrlce Edwaffls, SUGAR I Lbs.
10 25c '
I'V /
a. HODGES is opposed to a Sales *
GNAT SEZ Phone 45. 5-8-2tp '
: Tax and all other nuisance taxes. No. 2 Cun15c < ',(

HODGES favors: Old Age and INTRODUCTIONS by Mall. Try 5 Lbs. 24c LARGE ? i,
t Just thought I would remind I {
you Mothers Pensions-$5.00 Automobile our new plan and meet congenial LEMONS Dozen 20c m ,.r
that Tags-Taking tax off Letter. Confl- '
starting Thursday the stores people everywhere. .)
gasoline used by Fishermen'sboats dentral. Write at once. Tropical -. BROOK!EII) ; 'l

will close at 12 noon, every Thursday and Farmers' tractors In C. Club, Box 105,Miami, Fla. PEARL 1 BUTTER Pound 35c A1UJO HlIUAlt ;

through the summer months. Industry C-l-St ;
HODGES stands four-square for HUOOKFIKLD REAS I!
/ !Make a little cross mark on your preservation of the HOMESTEAD FOR SALE-Klrgsley lake lot and GRITS I CHEESE Pound 20c
!' EXEMPTION: AMENDMENT cottage, west aide. J. C. Robin. ;". m Can12'2c ; ', 4'L
calendar so that you won't forget and the enlargement of son, Apopka, Fla. It DIMEOLEO
Its He worked for this 10 Ib s. 25c
scope.
about it. And If you haven't gota Amendment through all the long FOR SALE:-Genuine Porto Rico I Glass free Lb. 21c

calendar come In and I'll give years of his service In the Sen Potato Draws, $1.60 per thou-
ate and fought before the people sand. C. C. Grlttlll,,Rt. 1, Starke, : rt
SILVER KING SELF-RISING 6-LI5S. 12-LBS.
2a LRS
you one. for Its ratification. Fla. r .

HODGES left his office, took a

sas a. .r.rw sound, wagon and and hamlet visited in every this MAN Route WANTED of 800 families.for Good Ilawlelgh profits
city village FLOUR 22c 39c 75c
The Talk of the Town State urging the people to rati- for hustler. We train and help .
Ont WASHDRESSES 1 fy the Amendment. you. Write today. Rawlelgh Co.,
(Paid Political Advertising) Dept FAE-223-SA2. Memphis,

1 ,,Tenn. SJ
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at 1 __'___.._._., ._ L "V"---- MOCKCHICKEN
rr \\',% F.GROUND| MAXWELL'B d '
> VOTE FOR LEGS Ea. 5c SHOW HOATICOFFEE f


$1.98 -:' C. BUTLER MEAL
C. GiIODCII01'E
!Sserwrkers! Dotted

Sttliw und Organdies L THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE FOR 10 Lbs. 20c,|| STEW BEEF Lb. 13c II Pound 23c ,i4ti t

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STATE REPRESENTATIVEHe
Wonderful Value NATURAL'\ CEDARCHEESE ,

LADIES' WASH is UI1ITE RIBBON'\ 12-oz. can 21 c GRITS


FROCKSLDO Is Able To Defend Your Rights LARD $1.15 .
48 Lb. RaffMEAL/ :

at $1.98 In The State Legislature, 1 Lb.' 112C PICNIC NHAMSEIJLb.. 25c I +'"R

t 2 Lbs. 23c $1.10 ,
$ 4.00Skye He Is Well Qualified For The Job r
CII(TK FANCY

d,I ROAST of BEEF Lb. 19c '
I '
from 14 to 58 lJJj1, --, ROILING\ PAPER ,
,

Cool and Comfortalile e BACON LONG HORN MILD 25cNAPKINS


SLACKS P1.11 Wing Plwn= rPrlerd L Lb.: 122c CHEESE Lb. 80 pack lOc'' '

CHICKEN'\ OF THE SEAr

Bro"'n_y YatWbJt.e into Spring with l TUNA FISH i/2-lb can 15c
SWING ; BEST SIDE WAX WRAPPAPER
$Sljl.49 I of.sport shoes. .; o

1.95 for correctness of style and i BACONPound FANCY'\ SLASH JAR

excellence of material you'llfind SHRIMP 10-oz. glass 25c I M
Try ..
a r lr of Our
that these Peters L 17c 2 Rolls 15c | ? I7 1
SANDALS S Sports far outdo all others. I GORDEN REAIIY-TO-FRY

COD FISH CAKES can 15c I Ir.
SH DISPLAY Of SPaUS SHOtS
QV WINDOW
Whit-Recl-Blue VOTE FOR HIM S\IOKEJJ.: HKMI.NOLETOILET: '\ r.
Known a* the Best .. PAPER "
MANHATTAN::'\ MlflitTSlUANIITI'AN FANCY'\ IMPORTED "
The Crowd
And Follow ,
$1 29 PAJAMAS BACON SARDINES 3 Cans 25c '
.
:TRUNKS MANHATTAN BATHING\ Over The Top i TISSUEPound '.' 4

Otaersat '
51.49 & $2.45 Priced at June 2 20c MILK 3 Tall Cans 19c 1 M sheets 5c '.t.ti
i
$1.95 Y"rft t hL'a

C TAYLOR'S GRAPE'; I"t

.STERNHERG'S IT PAYS TO BUY] AT C.TIIA.'VKIIG'ou C.'\ BUTLER'Paid IN'\ ADVANCE TOMATOES 4 No 2's 25c JUICE Pis 13c; Qts. 25ctY. {



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+ BRADFORD.COUNTY TELFA.UAFU!: STAnKE, FLORIDA F1t1DAY, Atty
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; ,,1j"I iI ;: OSCAR ANDREU CARL A. KNIGHT A. J. THOMASTo A. J. GRIFFISMany CHARLEY E. JOHNS CARL JOHNSCarl I L. II. IIILL- 11

;.I 11 j 1'':, :,I A. Oscar Andreu, well-known Carl A. Knight who Is completing serve the people of a countyIn major repairs and serviceable Charley E. Johns serving his Johns, for four consecutive of be- L. H. Hill prominent. ''Itlutllt,

.' r barber of Bradford County for his second term as Tax Collec- such an Important office as additions to county schools first term as representative of terms accorded the courtesy Lawtey. is making ? Vlfl' 'QUI
Clerk of Circuit Court, and yet remain and now one of ing elected City Clerk, the last two paign for the <:ill.
Bradford County office
,
\ more than thirty-six l years and now tor of Bradford County told a Tel- have been completed since A. J. o f
aunt '
"Dutiesas without opposition, speaks the candidates for Senator from terms without opposition, and nowa assessor. He ) iii
this week
a candidate for the office of county egraph reporter louder than words for the ability Grlffls, Incumbent Superintendentof Union Counties, Is a wa n emdtclata l! ,
a public aervant to the people Public Instruction took office Bradford and candidate for election aa Tax this office four fft
sheriff Is seeking the votes of: of an Incumbent. and did much years ago
of this
native county and
I whom I repreaent In Bradford !several Mr. Griff, Collector, is a native of Bradford defeated 11"
\ local residents to make him sue It Impossible for A. J. Thomas, who Is serving his years ago. towards the securing of the State by only a small
county are making now seeking re-election listed who baa resid- nUll1btr
this County. Mr. Johns, of votes.
first term in this capacity recently
cesaful In the June primaries. Mr. me to make a house to house canvass of his accomplishments Farm-Starke highway,
will face the June 2 primary, many major consistent fightIng ed here in Starke for many Mr.
year His years Hill
a" Andreu, who declares that he feels of the county in behalf of my to the Telegraph this week. completed. said this week 'tn
candidacy, but I feel that I am of unopposed.Mr. outstanding in the last session of the legis- has always taken an active nart in Ing for this ob'
t ;, himself well qualified for the office Among them were: AH office I .
in office Thomas' slogan, "For the lalature aided !In the passage of theWorkman's with to
greater benefit to you my towards Brad- *
advancing
Indebtedness large move that I
that was any
J:ii' to which he was a chief am thoroughly
aspires than I would in letting the duties service of all the people all the Compensation Act, ford facilities. familiar, !
living
when he took office, has been I County silo>
""t ll deputy of Martin County for three go for several days at the time. I time," has won him hearty endorsement paid off, and by June 30, the end protecting the working man. He is Mr. Johns gained his educationin the duties thereof, ;aM Ptoll1ilt
and that he can assure and from the large numberof to a statement that If elected
years says therefore solicit your support of the passing all teachers, exerting also according Bradford schools, and promised I will dlschar ,
\ year
the voters that he is capable to vote 6n June 2, and I am sure your voters whom he represents, in bus drivers and outstanding obli this week to the Telegraph, "If elected I will on my honor be duties In an efficient the

serve any paper coming through confidence in me will not be be- Bradford County. rations of the board will be paidIn every effort to aid the establish- on the job all of the time, and will our manner. and cnim,
the sheriff's or county judge's of- Farmer's Marketing
trayed. full. One of the best school bus ment of a give you the beat service that can He expressed
fice. Mr. Knight who has efficiently "IT'S AN ILL WIND" systems In any small county of the Center in Starke. This will mean be had. I will appreciate your vote the fine support appreCIation shown fOl
"I defeated last election,
,
; was performed the duties of Tax Collector PENSACOLA-Carl! Hansen had state is now maintained, and has many dollars gained in profits for June 2." years ago. him 'fOUl
:Mr. Andreu said, "by only 15 votes,
1 the farmers In this section, who
by one of the most esteemed gen- has made many friends during lots of bad luck, but residents of received high compliments from
his tenure of office, and la a promInent LeadIng depend largely on this source of =-
State educational officials.
Mile -
'' tlemen of Bradford County, and If the section known as Eight Mr. Johns,
annual
citizen and taxpayer of dinnersby the Hat of the Improve- compensation. .
: you will give me your support this Creek gained many fish many himself ardent
A declares an supporter
9 Bradford County. ments to the schools of the county -
election I am sure that I will serve it. Hansen was driving his new of schools and advanced educa-
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you to the very best of my ability, -- .--- truck loaded with 2,100 pounds of Is two additions to the local tional facilities.He .

t ,pppp which I believe will be satisfac Key West Is the only frost-free fish to Mobile, Ala., when the vehicle high school, as well aa additions favors the Townsend old DAN CHAPPELLTHE
tory." city in the United States. left the road, overturned and major repairs to Brooker Junior age
high school. A new school revolving pension plan and Is now
of making speeches in both Bradfordand
building, during the service
Supt. Griffis, has been erected at Union Counties approving it. WINNING CANDIDATEFOR

Hampton Eight month terms have .
been awarded Bradford County! R. F. (Bob) DEMORESTR. GOVERNOR

: i i's g school children. F. "Bob" Demorest, candidatefor
I d'J F x I "In June 2, .
J casting, on your Tax Ascessor of Bradford In
I vote" Mr. Griffis said "Vote for the approaching June primaries,

I the man that has made good In financing and a citizen of the county for thir- Jr Dan Chappell know
In the Nhers,
school system
I your ty-two years has been a tax payer, '
county. I will appreciate your and booster for Bradford continu- 'b wrong with state GoXPm.n .

es'at I vote and support.--* ously and is Interested as well as e i>'- n and he propones a constructlve .

1 assisting, in every way to aid establishment -
)
i MILLER JOHNSMore of a Farmer's Market I k. program nhl<'h the

4 ing Center here. Mr. Demorest is Timp Tribune says Is| the
than eight years as postmaster -
H Ai't familiar with land values having best that has hewn.
of New River and also a g offered to
made of Bradford
prominent farmer of that section, many lands appraisals 3 7Florida voter In many year.r ..
County assisting In
la the record attained by Miller surveys a
to NORTHERN POINTS "I feel that I am competent and
Johns, who is a candidate for sher-
well qualified to fill the office to
to
iff of Bradford County subject
I Diastla reductions la lava to practically all Northern the approaching June primaries.Mr. which I aspire, and sincerely solicit Dan Chnppcll knows nothing

cities are effective at onto The new rat. Johns, who never before has your vote and support on June 2," r' } about dodging issues and(
Mr. Demorest said.NOTICH .
reductions are sweeping affecting nearly
every held a public office Is soliciting the fence .
I 9 ".." ,."'. ./Dreatfe Cvte IMe....., city and community !in the East and MId-Wst- vote of Bradford County citizens, TO APPEAR $ k i straddling HE
ood every day every schedule en the finest and declared "It elected, I will ap- It appearing affidavit tiled In ? 't DEALS IX FACTS HE
NEW YORK _$16.20 buss Including limited The low fares that certain cause, In the Circuit, "
runs. same
ply my time to the office duties aa Court Eighth Judicial Circuit, In |j LETS THE CHIPS FALL
CHICAGOCINCINNATI 16.45 to all cities In Florida with frequent schedules. sheriff and always. conduct it and for Bradford County, Florida I ,
1 entitled Eleanor IIORHHI, Complainant l e WHERE THEY MAY .
I'' 10.95 economical basis, at the
on an v. Frank J,. Roswell, Defendant, a
.
PITTSBURGH 16.50 DOLLAR A DAY MEALS same time enforcing the law to the and the relief prayed for being a divorce

INDIANAPOLIS 13.60 Meal stops on Greyhound and Florida Motor very beat of my ability." dent of; that a State the other Defendant than t In the a State resi
r'' Lines have been carefully selected at of Florida to wit, 4727 Hazel Avenue
DETROIT 16.80 Philadelphia.I
choice road-side taverns or at principal stations. A camel lives ftom forty to fifty Pennnylvanla, and
JACKSONVILLEI .80 You can get full delicious meals. Is over the five of.-twenty one yearn,

ia 1, TAMPA ______________n_ 2.60 breakfast luncheon and dinner-totaling years. State and that of Florida there I.service no person of process In the
TALLAHASSEE ___un_ Z.8O not over a dollar a day. Ample! time i. three times and spilled fish every- upon whom would personally bind Born In Georgia and Raised In Florida he U too much of a
.
aid Defendant.IT
GAINESVILLEo given to enjoy th.m. where. His truck was wrecked. He IS Cracker not to be c-ourugeoua" antI honest In discuftAlnea! the In-
"I ATLANTA _____. _____ 5.35 ORDERED that the Defendant -
41 went to the hospital. His cuts and Frank L. Howell appear to sues! of the day.
"I :NEW ORLEANS ---- 8.B5BIKMINC1IIAM the Bill of Complaint on the Ut day
._. __ 0.00\ UNION BUS STATION bruises were treated. Then police of June, A. D. 19:16: otherwise a de-
on reckless cree pro confenHo will be entered
charged him with driving.
Ai CHARLESTON, S. C. 4.KO MKS. R. 11. SMITH, Agent against him for failure to appear.
,, Further reduction on round Opponlto Court House Phone 120-W But be told officers to let the residents It la. further ORDERED, that thleord..r
take the fish. be published once a week for
Trips. fI VOTE FOR
tour consecutive week. In the .Brail_
r)' ford County Telegraph, a newKpaperjf .
I ELECTSAM general circulation publixhed In
Bradford County: Florida
W. WITNESS my hand and official DAN CHAPPELLFOR
Neal I of said Court this 30th day of
\ .April A. D. 19:16.:

: ,. GETZENYOUR (PATTEClerk A. J. AADRL THOMAS Mt, Court GOVERNOR

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TO MEET THE TAXES


This being the season of the year when most people
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i a house to house campaign. I -

A MAN'S ,
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FUTURE ACTIONBY RAISING THE TAXES
I shall endeavor to see as many of the voters as possi- HIS "


: ble, but to those of you whom I may not be able to see I PAST PERFORMANCE i i

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1 want you to know that I just as sincerely solicit your vote TO MEET THE BUDGET

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01' I 1 and support as if I could personally call upon you, which I GETZEN'S I


should like very much to do. Legislative Record
VOTE FORFRED
introduced or Supported:
Old Age Pensions Laws.
j ; I Townsend Plan 100%.

I want you all to know that I appreciate your kind Homestead. Exemption.
Workmen's Compensation Laws. 1.

; I consideration of me in the past and I have tried to the best MAJOR BILLS FOR CONE


of my ability to justify that confidence and will continue SCHOOLS, both appropriationand

adequate revenue.

to do so if you again elect me to this office. Full Crew Railroad Laws.
yt; jfj*,* Text Book FOR GOVERNOR :

.Slhool TearhenT Pensions.Laws .
S Sh r
/ for Protection of Depositor

( '3 Yours very truly, Laws Advertising* In Bunks.Florida YOUR, NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBORAND ':

Abolition of Poll Tae I


Carl A. "I pledge to FLEDGE each and every citizen I;

Itt Knight who may have business with A REAL FLORIDA
: the office of State Treasurer, cour- CRACKER'

's teous. efficient, aggressive and Just
administration with equal rightsto --"
all 'tad! special privileges to RECOMMENDED BY
Candidate for Office of none." I

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'i A ,t Tax Collector ELECT STARKE STAVE MILLW.

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the board and asked for a donation -------1 particularly during 1 *pl ion I T' -A8vftY' BALANCE; : I I fund*-g neri revenue and Confederate -].r far 487794.00 few MhoOttf 50'
for the county health clinic RURAL times. 1 pensions again topped ,I lithod the month with $1.933,998.46, '
TAX CUT I for the next fiscal year. The mem- Among the advantages of the i TALLAHASSEE- $6,336.323.10: I the million mark with their bal- while there was $1.210,262.90: in i'
bers promised to do all possible in COMMON SENSEBy I farm which have been listed b\ I 1 ances. The former despite: a trans. the pension account. ar
balance lay In the Florida treasury I
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of the improvement of economists and which are evidentto : 1iE 1
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promotion at the close of April and nearly a : -
of SPUDS JOHNSON all of us. the followingThe I I "
board the physical condition county are
SChool bait million was held In suspense.
tats for school children. The board Is considering farmer has good food to eat according to the monthly report of FUNERAL DIRECTOR ere
Lepgrmg : the employment of a coun- PEOPLE CLING TO FARM and In times of depression he is State Treasurer W. V Knott. '
J Lr I!t and<, rcducUon iwc ty nurse to work in connection FOR ABUNDANT LIVINGIN more certain of a livelihood. which was released today Last My Many Yearn. EXJM'rll'nceIRk.! ..* It Possible for M. to Rf'ndf'l'f.af-
IIDninS al- I with the clinic. PERIODS OF STRESS I Health conditions In rural areas month's balance showed a gain of EFFICIENT, ritOMPT surd (JHTEOrS$ SERVICE Mr. )
toad millage In some respects the farm ia are, or can be made. good. A recent MODERATE 1'KKEHDeWITT
determined A. C. Bradshaw waa given a con- nearly a half million over the April I
veI be I much like "the old-time reli- study by a large life insurance C. JONES
amount to. .tract for keeping the typewriters very 1935 total of $5,865.787.74.: Disbursements "
loll will 4 8. gion." When everything Is boom- company showed that farmers live were $4.897,395.22 and Starkv. Florida I a t
r meeting lay in the commercial department of ing and sailing on the sea of life la about five years longer than city receipts totaled 337975444.: Two eta
Doatdraln
the to the high school In repair for the! easy there is a noticeable tendency -I men.The
hoard III regard next year. for people to desert both but farmer has an opportunityto -
ri I ,t thaI pla.ce. 0 when the going gets rough they own property and to Improve it VOTE FOR !
until
deferred back to both for --to leave a little corner of Oo Florida school buildings cost an come running
could be eda shelter and Since I earth better than he found It. MIllions I?
all average of $159.80 per child, as protection. they
department of compared with the United States are something to cling to In time I of city people have almostno Iff
average of 25000. of stress It must be that both the I property at all. ] .
.yeohtgomery met farm and the old-time religion are The farmer Is more likely to enJoy LOUIS Ho HILL .r

I fundamentally Census figures sound recently and good.released the chance his city for work man.physical, and has recreation nvicu better than .. .

show that from April 1, 1930, to
la to
The farmer more likely
January 1, 1935: Florida's farm -
rear a family and promote the welfare -
population Increased 40.677, and FOR
I of the Nation and the race. Dr.
that 22,287 of these had moved
i O. E. Baker of the United States
I I from cities to farms. During the '
VOTERSregret Department of Agriculture says
0 THE depression workmen who
many that "the urban philosophy of life ASSESSOR
lost their Jabs and were unable to TAX
evidently is ephemeral;; the rural I _
support their families In cities and
philosophy of life Is eternal, derived I
towns moved to the farm for a live-
from the experience of the race
lihood. They were glad to find ;
down through the ages. '
that business circumstances have some place where they could raise Florida
their own food and feed crops and Bradford County
enttd me from making: an extensive cam- assure themselves and their fami Would Protect People's ; ,

of the voters in lies of one of man's primal necessities and State AssetsSAMUEL
nand from seeing many -something to eat. Rights I

candidacy for school board Farmers of the United States
[interest of my .
face difficulties now as they have 3} \
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ber from District One (Lawtey.) Bee faced them ever since the Pilgrim ': 9 9l i
Fathers landed at Plymouth Rock.
I must make to Fort Meade 1 '
of a trip But It Is equally true that farm life : S

II be unable to attend the Political Rally has its advantages! which are appreciated : l t '
by thoughtful people and ,. "a't
ampton Beach, May 14, or any of the oth- L,

peaking dates in the county before the nk .
VOTE FOR a .{
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therefore ary. wish to take this means of ask- COLIN ENGLISHfor

every voter in my district for his or her
State Superintendentof
ort of my candidacy, and if elected I Public Instruction teie I

in pledge myself to work for the best in- I,

[stof t Bradford County Schools. I YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED

all enjoy yourself at the "
hope that you W. GETZEN kt
BRADFORD COUNTY AND HAVE BEEN I1ERK': EVER SINCE.
BORN IN
(npton Beach rally to the fullest extent, STATE Candidat.TREASURER for

wish that I could be with you. lu his platform, Mr. Getv.cn HAVE HAD MANY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN LAND AND LAND VALUES.I WfJ
states, "As State Treasurer and a
Sincerely, member of the variou. constitutional OF ANY CITIZEN
TIlE TAX BURDEN
ADDING TO
State Boards, I shall strictly DO NOT BELIEVE IN
enforce laws for protection of 1 Ito'
people and the BIllets of the State Pd. Pol. Adv. I
MOOREd of Florida""
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"'''e seed KNGLIMII In ,
Our Schools"A ,

i Native of Florida
Trained. Experienced,
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uestion is in the minds of the people of Bradford County at WHEN YOU CAST YOUR BALLOT ON JUNE 2ND. CONSIDER THE '

me and it is an important question because the Sheriff's or-

important one, full of many responsibilities and grave FOLLOWING FACTS: {'

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Andreu is a man of mature age, properly trained in law en- A Bradford County Boy. 1 .


Iment. work, and fully competent to discharge the duties otyfice. Educated in(a the schools of Bradford County.A Ifii"tlllle tt'


defeated in young man with a wife and two children to support.
and
'as a candidate for this office in 1932 was

I-coed primary, after having made a clean campaign, by the Have been.elected four times City Clerk of Starke, Florida. Last two times ; i 'i '

close margin of fifteen votes. without opposition.

jounced at that time that he would again be a candidate for

(/Ice this year and to that end he has been planning andIng During this time I have served as tax collector in the city and the vote givenme r'1'

' ever since. by the people of Starke is a good recommendation of my services as City

I fed above active, and of sufficient' trainw : iH
Oscar is a man of mature age, very
r enforcement work, to efficiently handle the duties of the office, which, if Clerk.I .

H Me promises the law abiding to do in citizens a fearless and and of the Impartial taxpayers manner of the, always County.Protecting This being thetsof have no interest in my father's store, but due to him being unable to work

>nd campaign for the office and being a poor man of practically 110 means he .
"h hat t h e will never be able to make another campaign, if defeated, and he knows for the past four years I have managed the store in my spare time.It .

It e t has many good friends who would like to see him in the SheriffOff assist ice him and is desire to see every voter in the county, but in the event I fail to do so ,
and my
reason! he is making this appeal to the voters "nfJJ1"1/1/

"I Way and possible considerate, if they discharge can conscientiously of the duties do of so the, and office prom to the very, best elected of ,his a I will sincerely appreciate your support and vote on June 2. '


5'nt For and A.ability.O. Andreu For Sheriff and You Will Never Regret It If elected I promise on my'honor that I will be on the job at all times and will i

courteous and efficient service as can be had. t
give you as ,

A.O. ANDREU I

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hookworm
S' TIRED OF LOftnra Di)11;:'J ALCOHOLISM KILL :MAN HEALTH COUNCIL I Eight I ... Don T !kern
Th PAG) Hints To Housewiver i I also given. Only two county oft! J va. T pMaklk
x' ST PETERSBURG- Police stopped MIAMIRaymond Lay, 21.year ,
-- I STILL ACTIVEAt One crippled child was taken to I II cials in Marion County face opposition by Mann (
al a one-man anti,slot machine.,old truck driver was dead here today : ''SL Lukes hospital In Jack.80nvillel| la the June primary-.-.Sheriff One >they OUt
( from what physicians descrtb I HMM DemwwtragpecUlbte. ; S. C. M. Thomas has two :Ollett!
free
J crusade by the arrest of a man Weekly I 1 opponents race I
A.. The ed as acute alcoholism. Two younjcompanions a meeting of the county for treatment through the crippledchildren' and School Superintendenton ravieand "UIIIr
booked M J B. Henry prisoner \ .... Tailahs.eeeken I' of the state 'i.om E ,,
Lf ; barbtmore said he fed a dime machine who discovered Lay"ideath healthouacU recently: Mrs Clen- commission Boardof thaI .,./, i.el&1l.l1ft
SZ2 and 123. He invested one more when they tried to awa II 1 nto HIckok. county nurse turned cooperating with the State the first three Thursdays c&ater If',, 1e4
has In "tt
him around tn at I SHORT HINTS Health. The council now Ua
dim In a shiny new bammer and him after driving ''in the following report home vls- each month from 2 o'clock to 4 treanun.. .
scat effort to revtv 4r two under treatment
where automobile In an office visit .
went back to the drug atore iced forty-seven. o'clock In the afternoon.
ty 8b he had been playing. A couple of i him. said be bad drunk ten bottle I If children areexpected from eighty-four: medic and dental Mrs. HIckok says that expect will also The
nurse see them In
beer and a pint of moonshine earliest childhood to dress themselves cannot afford a her of Air
Jocalceut of who
well-aimed blows put the device r cttnlca three; cases hospitalized ant mothers fice at the hall mall line
city
on
I their own toys Saturdaysfrom the
: out of order. liquor. pick up two; conference held by nurse. private doctor may come to the 8:30: o'clock until tupervgi tI
and
help noon
their clothing
Andrq ., bangup 109; home hygiene classes six. clinics for examination and advice Comtnerc, CO
+ will
beds.
make their own they
q bimst gradually become Independent of -- --- 1 '---
t; 'I towdtopu' older assistance the mother's work

'.% yeaM For Expert RepairingSmith's I will a be spirit correspondingly of team-work lightened.and will be. VOTE FOR

tbe' built up In the family.

.erv. The children's part in household MILLER L.
the tI GaragePhone tasks depends on the attitude of ELECT JOHNFOR
I 1 lice.I the mother as well as the age of
I S "IMr. the children. Some mothers train
r .. 120 boy and girls from a very early CHARLEY E. JOHNSYOUR SHERIFF
by 01 age to be helpful and to develop
tJeDlfyou' confidence and skill In doing: various -

Wrecker Service Day or Night simple tasks. Bradford, C 0 u n t J ,
v elect I II
you Cotton net footing makes a firm STATE SENATOR
''i ti wbles I flat binding to finish seams on
tory, j heavy linen dresses and to prevent
t "motl | frayed edges without increasing
REMOVEThe 'bulk. I I

I i I H. I I" supporting the Townsend Old Age Pension Plan 100 per
{ If you wish to paint a wall that :i rent; and has been making speeches in both Bradford and Union
pi r i has been calcimined sponge off the
l I Counties In behalf of the Plan.
Mark water. Sometimes
Question calcimine with warm
a little ammonia In the wa- I He fought( for and secured a hard surfaced road to Ralford and
I ter helps. Let the walla dry thoroughly -
then paint. I will fight for. additional Rood.. and bridges for Bradford and
Union Counties.

f The little seam that runs across: II I He lit fighting for and ambling In every respect for the establishment -
shoulder Is the most important i
the
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'I I of a Farmer. Marketing Center, In order that the Farmer -
seam In the whole dress so far as
fitting U concerned. It Is the an- may sell their produce at a better price,
I chor of the dress and determines,
He has been an ardent supporter of the Public School: and believes L.-JIL.J
the hang of the garment the fit
I that our Children are entitled, to the best schooling facilities -
across the chest and shoulders.


Women's clubs and neighborhood -J H..obtainable.fought for and helped secure the passage of the Workman's
organizations reduce expense -
... r In work against may moths by I II Compensation Act which the working people bad been trying to

I pooling their needs and purchasing get through the Florida Legislature for the pat twenty year Born and Reared In

insecticides In quantity from local, He has maintained an Office and Office help at his own expense ) -
dealers or manufacturing chemists. Bradford County
y ,i il Naphthalene and paradlchloroben- for the convenience of the People he represents, and has
DON'T LIVE IN DOUBT rene two of the safest and always been at their service: when called upon.
materials for protecting -=beet I
9 ABOUT TOMORROWIT storage against moth injury, He will appreciate your vote and support on June 2nd, and

be obtained In this way. your confidence In him will not be misplaced

14 A UO.VDKKFf FEELING TO BESECfKK I
When the house Is closed and
ABOUT TilE .TL.RyTO the family .. away, mice will get I 4 YOUR. VOTE AND SUPP
KNOW THAT YOUR LOVED ONES WILL In unless all possible entrances are
BE TAKEN CAKE OF SHOULD ANY- securely stopped. AU foods likelyto RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT
l; THiNG HAPPEN: TO YOU TOMORROW.: attract them should be disposedof
LET t'S TALK OVKIl VOl'H INSURANCE: or left in tight tin or glass con- Paid for by friends of Charley E. Johns.
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NEK.D.S! TODAY. tainers. .
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GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. hour.is seldom more than an Inch an

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.6 Bert A. Busbee, Ag't. Only fifteen per cent of the total
number of railway coaches In
1 England are made of steel.

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1 If You Will Try Me Again I Will
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Best Service That Is Humanly Possi I


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ALL THE TIME
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M' The Office of Tax Assessor Belongs To The People. Its Duties Are Very Particular I I

And Exacting. One Error Now, May Cause You Lots of Trouble And Expense

loiter, Or Even Maybe The Loss Of Your Home.-Ily Your Vote You Elect A Man Clerk Of Circuit Court

To Take Care of Your Office.-Be Serious. Do Not Trifle With This Important Rlatter I i .
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,-<;fve Me Your Vote And Support Now. You Have Tried Me-You Know I Can
And Will- I .

F,> 1 iIr I Will Greatly Appreciate Any Assistance Rendered And If Elected Will Show I .

ar' My Appreciation.. fly Honest To Goodness Service In Return.-Thanking You -I Paid Pot Adv.

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ID.\y L\Y 13. 103a--_ ___.____ HR.\PFOItD_ COUNTY. TELEGR.\PII. STARKE. FLORIDA P.\OE NINII1 A
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I UNTAINS SILENCE O'ERSE.oIIl1m\\'.\\' HAMPTON and Mrs. R R. Crosby i Mr and Mrs. W. C Conner were- ) 1 .I Ii
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Mon Ail* Minna CarTr*** I visiting Jacksonville. Friday '
Chapman of the State Prison Farm Sholtz of Florida h.is said appro- with Mr. and Mrs. Eaton: + I
I Mrs Mattie Anna Ward left his left Wednesday for Kenll, Ky after
thin week said Marcus C Powell of val of thi-, Publicuiki Administration ( Brown of Sampson City lit
I : '' week for Hawthorne where she spending a few cluya with Mr.
Jessie and odts G.J.man
Jacksonville, sentenced ban for construction ol f Moigan
tu
tie in gaps In the Ovetaeas Highway,I will attend the graduation exercises of Bronnon were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. It
t the electric uhalr for (1, ,
the himmer of her
granddaughter Miss +
I from the m inland I to Key: West. and Mrs E. C Lewis Sunday after Albert Underhill Is spending a [
slaying of his wife has had been delayed until next week.The ., |Marion Surrency noon. few days with Mra. F. M. White la I;;
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan attended 1
ed almost absolute 'maintain-I proposed loan approximately'I J. W. Herbert nnft B. M. Taylor Jacksonville. \
the at the
i was placed In a cell 4300.000, would be made to the Baptist homecoming Church, near Theresea.Rev. Hope. .. ''I ,\
row" ,
yesterday Overseas Toll and Bridge District
I I I O. E Culshaw preached at BOREE FUNERAL HOME
i I BUY YOUR
GROCERY :the Baptist Church last Sunday
Full linn of Casket" l':
& Undertakers Supplies
and the
morning: evening At eve-
NEEDS FROM US.ISJAPJORN I WHOLESOME] ning service Miss Frankie Hitch, AMBULANCE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
of Starke, and Carlus Summers
53 l'1 II 0 N E 53
rendered a beautiful duet of Instrumental -
100 Lbs. $1.32 music. O. II. BENNETT. l\rcr.
(1 PURE E1Et "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
:III Mrs. T. E. Ellis, and baby of
: Due West, South Carolina, la visiting -
I Mrs. Ellis' parents, Mr. and '
mil 100 Lbs. $$1.27 Mrs. J. E. Adklns. FOR tornKINGSLEY '
:Mr. L. Roy Dyal, who has been LAKE PARTIES
I
I| the guest of his mother Mrs.
l Thomas Dyal has returned to his SPECIAL PRICE
[MOLASSES&&i 100 Lbs. $1.25 home In Glenrldge., New Jersey.

RISING------ On BEER in CASE Lots rY" .

Mss Edna Lewis, Correspondent ALSOSANDWICHES :, I+ r.
BALLARDS FLOUR ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Oliver returned -

16k. 2k; 121bs.39c; 241bs.74c .l 9 Thursday to their after home spending In Plant several City AND OTHER KEKKESIIMENTS! : .
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leon ritKI'AItEl ToTAKE' OUT


TOMATOES 4 cans r No. 2 25c Conner children Mr and Misses Mrs. R.Vera M. Lee.Crosby Edna and : rilE SPOTLIGHT a p 'r' r\

Irene Lewis spent Sunday after

SALMON Tall Can lOc l I/t noon Mrs.In J.Theressa.W. Drlggers returned to

i her home In Bronson Sunday after ,
Y l spending several days with Mr. and New nm'1 4,
BROOMS 5-String 23c Mrs. E. C. Lewis. .
Mr. J. L. Underhill Is spending
stir this week In Plant City with Mr. LOW\ PRICESON
MILK 3 Small cans lOc and Mrs. Bob Turner.Mr. .
"e"4YP and Mrs David Paulk and
V little daughter of Jacksonville ALL
4
CHICKEN FEEDS lOc spent the week-end with Mrs. .
up from ICE Paulk's ter Underbill parents\ Mr. and Mrs. Wal REFRIGERATORSGET

Miss Evelyn Crosby of Brook-
PRINCE ALBERT Can lOc er spent Saturday night with Mr. READY s

WHEN the mill or the meat or the deviertIs
We Buy Chickens And Eggs nctualiy, iifHlllnit up against: u large
hunk of rent It:E-pure. Get ready for the FOIl
lung hot miiiiiiicr montlm.. Let u.. supply

SISTRUNK'SSEEDS you dally.STARKE. SUMMERl'nod l .5 5 ft;, '
ar tau

( FEEDS GROCERIES ICE COMPANY Keep. Crlnp CoolAmi .J j I ;
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HAS All THESE

VALVI-IN-HIAD STRAIOHi-EIOHTENOaf t y !
non pWrprsnit of fUll '-;and rom0 rnrwa vANOLRI I ;
sent :
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of gin'qf PISTONS J"/,, 10"g-liUlI"ll, 5IJ'1 ? .
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moving LUXURIOUS pare"tuRRET.p Nltdllm TOP"?
with Nil Draft Ventilados-the Buick'a surprising 1 %3J jJsfcsfcJ
1111's', rtrongrrt be4p built KTOUcan't keep good news from really frugality
taf'
'In 1 HYDRAUwsdrr. :: frRAKtit prxanraighf ": s JL'spreading-so the word i ia out to be one of tbose nice things you J t tJ tJa0
; -/ Scries40 DuickSpecial discover after you've driven
COMPORT AND SAf ITV.* trill that handsome oneg6di.g ,tp. W
KNH-ACTIOM rid I is not only I big, and beautiful awhile 1 1It I '<
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'ORQU-Tual DRIVL forrradirr, and nimble, and smooth works out fine, tool! Owners VOTE FOR

AUTOMiDUTOMATICf1ARTINO/ >,PAIK AND NIA1 -but amazingly thrifty to boot I are constantly coming in to brag

;{=-C:':": "CO tffi PARTM" "',N1S.to"' ''.mt4'' One fellow, for instance, writes costs about on high oil mileage, long trips averages without,low a R. F. 'Bob' DemorestFOR

WOf''.<<11ull1la fr that he is getting three more miles
i" qf
StABlLIZII.f" ,lM penny 'for service or attention.
fRONt-END 1.101amp.Ac ., ; per gallon than the salesman.
.,'d,,- "'s SM.ro. -I-a arwgb .R promised-why, asks he, don't Call it our ace i in the hole I if you
Ill ro
:'re rxnr artd"a we print such important news? like.Withallofitutyleandcom.
fort, and standout performance
The fact is, we don't advertisespecific -at prices beginning at $765 list I

miles.per.gallon figures Ouick's a winner and its thrift is Honesty & Ability
because you simply can't safely all plus.Come ride in one and see
set a figure that could be right for if that's not the everlasting truth!
all drivers under all conditions.
e FOR ASSESSOR :; : ,
Cus tf; : So,instead of'following the popu WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES l
ebo
ibr I respectfully announce my candidacy for Tax Assessor of Bradford
er !'" ,,,tia lar custom of. claiming the world
te *p ,aae on such matters we prefer to play ARE BUILT, County subject to the will of the Democratic voters in the k k q .

*416 u'bJat' u"a'I" p1' safe and "talk small"-leaving BUICK WILL BUILD THEM coming primary election June 2. I have for thirty-one years beena ,k

Sta dar hits trod lb .. ). Vr -- 99 taxpayer of Bradford County. I am well acquainted with the du- ';: .

: ties of this office, and, if elected Tax Assessor, I guarantee all the

liar. 1tN.e.roll.d t1le favors, information, accomodations and courtesies that can be i '' ,'
3oi.the Bai.k Ssf ty L.gio.
300.000 sat. driven .Ir..d1 ; ia.n. P given through that office._ I will appreciate your serious consid
d.t.lis
for
your puiek de.l.r I
eration, vote and assistance. I '

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Register Motor Co.

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. Bradford
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i'I Established 6th, Mister Veteran !

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: vP FLORIDA i PRESS the I
BONUS IN ONE OF THESE FARMS '
\\ .. INVEST YOUR w
--' :J J We have several ''improved Bradford County Farms ranging in size from twenty ((0 e r

; three hundred acres. Priced from $500 to $3,000. Terms of 20% cash, balance as
t P bl'lhed--Week'l; Fridays ; I long as 20 years, @ 5% interest. Let us show you these properties. You do not

Matter at the Post Office have to wait, we can trade today. Prices will never.. be lower.
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I E. L. Matthews _, __ Call on WILSON REALTY CO., STARKE, I J'amFEDERAL

-. .. or Forrest E. Davies, St. Augustine r"'
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LAND BANK C .
Yearly' $1.50; Six Months! 75c
i Advertising Rates

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Those amateurs handle Major W. M. U. NoticeThe -I Misses Hope Haynes and Georgia Mrs. W H Lee and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R A v: ,"'1'
Haynes left Tuesday for Atlanta Miss Jeanne Lee, of Lake Butler, were visitors in Ocala, i I',..
o- regular monthly business Ga, where they will attend funeral were here Tuesday attending the 'day)

Around a curve at eighty-two, and program meeting of the W. M. services for( their grandmother, shower given at the club house in Mr. and Mrs. J. D
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McClarin.Mrs. honor of \
Mrs. Sara Miss Hazel Middleton '
Ife'a listed in "Death's Who's of the Church will be
U. Baptist In Green Cove Springs sun> ,,. \
? held at the church Monday after Itlng relatives of Mr .
I D
oNo .n" b i'
noon. May 18. at 3:30 o'clock. Cir E. E. Canova and daughter, Mr and Mrs. L. D. Green and
Martha, it isn't a CASE of ; : cle Number Two, Mrs. W, B. Alexander Miss Mary Canova, spent Sunday daughter, Elise, went,to Mayo Sun-
a carlot shipment. leader, will be In charge of with Mrs. Canova's son and daugh day to visit Mrs. Green's mother, Dr. and Mrs: Carl Menu..
oWe the program. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ca Mrs. L. A. Dees They were accompanied and Miss Gloria Johns if laiaonvllle
j nova. home by Mrs: Dees and spent Mothers i <'nti..
; c believe in free speech ; and ,- little grandson, Marvin Johns, who with Mrs. Mendoza's pitn-nti- ,
''i, of it you hear now-a-days. \V. M. S. NoticeThe I will visit here several days. apd Mrs. T. J. Griffin

n Woman's Society [ ..- .--
Missionary PATRONIZE
t There's a crusade in Italy of the Methodist Church will I

? have worked well on Ethiopia hold its regular monthly business HOME
1 ry and program meeting Monday aft.
o to ernoon, May 18, at the church at CongressmanR.A."Lex"
The constitution guarantees us 3:30: o'clock. INDUSTRY

ment officials dare us to take it. .
a- Dr and Mrs. W E. Middleton GREEN Says:
had as their guests Sunday Mrs. DELICIOUS ,
Before a man tells his wife a MIddleton's brother and sister-in- i p. ,. "During my 11 I year in
i to give her a present as bait. law, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Dowling ,
the House I
a1 ; hay made
I
i a a and little Mlaa.Marjorie Sue Mld
dleton, of Jacksonville and Gerald w friendships with th' party
His natural environment is Middleton, of Gainesville
f leaders high Government
j' man relishes and others bellyache I "
o Mrs. O. E. Stansbury will have dIIWiIInIIIIuIIIIIll officials, and Sen Mora I .!

Mussolini has taken over the the meeting of the Woman's Chris- .. which are very valuable to!
tian Temperance Union Friday aft.
ers continue to bank on him, : ernoon. Those' wishing transpor- me In presenting the i lights|
1 a a tation will be called; for 1C the secretary -
and claims of
T Many\ people will have to Is DtlQ.t d by_noon Friday._ the people
With these
friendships they expect to enter the Pearly BREAD ROLLS
experience. I can during the
o to
a Times are definitely on the up C. A. CARVER COOKIES next two"years, render YOU
.
q ti plunging into stock market, instead JEWELERWATCH PIES CAKES better service than I haw

o been able to do In the past '
JUST AS GOOD AS THOSE.

''" Rudy Vallee says that a genius GENERAL, CLOCK REPAIRINGAll AND YOU MAKE AT HOME ANDA Past Promises Have Been FulfilledIn
stomach. Many composers do on
LOT LESS TROUBLEOR
o if Work Guaranteed my campaign 10 years ago I promised to work toward]
YOU.STARKE1. definite goals.
.
"" Another peculiar thing about IN\ GREEN BUILDINGs Among these were: First, to convert Muscle Shoals mtc. ai
l }heads is' how they easily plant for the production of fertilizer.
can so F FLORIDA I voted for the Muscle I
R1Et ,
i o .j'r""t. BAKERY Shoals bill twice during the Republican administration and it was}
vetoed by President Hoover and President Coolidge but under 8
M : "' An astronomer has' sighted a them.President Roosevelt I voted for Muscle Shoals bills and he signed;

t H ; and has he or she been scheduled
Second: Cheaper freight rates. Freight.rates have been ,te-
l duced.

,r Hitler wants all women to stay I r GOVERNOR Third: Increased loans to farmers. Since the Democrats|
came Into power we passed the farm relief bills which hay' made j
bridge playing the official game in loons to the farmers of our nation.

o- Fourth. Federal aid to schools.

Napoleon said an army Fifth, Increased aid and money for roads of Florida,
Sixth: Hoapltal facilities for veterans. Hospital facilities for
olden clays. Now they march on
veterans have about trebled
since I have been a member of Con.
o gress.
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"Americans can't understand w. Carter Seventh, restriction of Immigration has been effected proximately 90 per cent since I have been in Congress.
clares a writer. No and neither can Eighth, the construction of a canal across Florida. I have
matter, their own. introduced and Congress passed bills on the Canal since I have
going been a on member of Congress and actual work on the canal is now '


.r'ii I By The Past You'Can Judge The Future.

I14 I Call Upfor I announce the candidacy of. :Hon. Congressman R. A. "Lex" Green


as \ for Governor of Florida, subject Will Keep These Promises.If .

continued In Congress I will work'for: First, the actual
": A Caseof completion of the Florida cross-state canal. As a member .,1 the
: to the Democratic Rivera and Harbors committee and as author of the legislation
primary I promise,, If I ,
tm returned to Congress, the canal will be 'ompleted. -
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i elections Second I will support and vote for the passage of the r iwn i
i next t send old-age pension plan. I am for an adequate pension foi the
aged and disabled and voted for the present Federal old-age pen-
IIlon law.

r t'' I ; June 2nd and 23rd. BI3hlrd. I will continue my. efforts for the reimbursement of !'
r j campaign.growers for damage sustained during the fruit fly eradication -

WHAT COULD BE MORE REFREsllINO "
and there Fourth' I have pending a bill' for the payment of depositorsIn
J THAN TO SERVE ICED I' . arose closed National and State Banks. If we can obtain passage of
s this.legislation our financial troubles will be practically over
COCA-COLA AT YOUR NEXT Fifth, I will continue my efforts for disability pensions fDrWorld
ERNOON BRIDGE PARTY I one out of the great War veterans regardless of the cause of disability, and for
pensions for widows and orphans of veterans regardless of the
NO DANGER OF GETTING cause of the veteran's death. I will support all other legislation:
Jt'' I multitude of the endorsed by organizations of the World War veterans and or
DROWSY AND TRUMPING com- Spanish-American War veterans.
?
d1 YOUR PARTNER'S ACE I Sixth. I shall continue my efforts for adequate Federal M-
stance( for public roads and public education.
THEN mon people whose name Seventh, } shall support aU farm relief measures which arfor
\ the best interest of the. farmers of our district. I am now
t'I working for the refund to our tobacco growers of the tobacco( tax
i I II JUST JERRY they all call him and returned feel confident to 'the growers.I; can secure its passage and the tax money

I V Vn I Eighth. my efforts will continue for rural electrification projects
and flood control of the Suwannee River Valley. I feel tnlt
DO neither a lawyer, nor a banker, nor projects means much to our district. '
i s' j -1% flnU\y1 can dePend upon me to take every step necessary
'sl I II But he is the friend of and will for restriction of Immigration.
I man, forestry Tenth and, I favor all legislation beneficial to turpentine, lumber
44y" liii THAT DOCTORS other Industries of our dlstr. t.

1, 'it'"1' : COCA-COLA FUL DRINK AS I a sane, safe governor. Genial. Congressman Green is a leader of the Democratic
L HOW THEY
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Party and Has President
e BOX WELL Supported
i e J
'w I I LICIOUS DRINK Just. Honest.
SUMMER I . Capable Roosevelt 100 Per Cent.

I Safe." lIE HAS BEEN ABLE AND FAITHFt I .
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STARKE FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS OF '

I I :THE COMMONER I i R.. A. "Lex" GREEN

i
? R. A. (Lex) GREEN WILL BE RE-ELECTED

CANDIDATE .
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'III TO CONGRESS
FOR GOVERNOR
j (Paid for By Friends of Lex Green7' )

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