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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tC g1CTY TIYO bTAKKE, FLORIDA FlllllAl. Jl'NK: 7, 1010 M-MIIKK: THIRTY-TWO ., ''I" II [ t

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toff ice Building New Camp Work RushedThe I; Census Shows : City Paving Project : .

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"I scene* below give a faint Idea of the rapid progress thnt is I: ,

Be Started being made at Camp Blanding on the eastern side of Klngaley Lake Growth, of Starke

lay a Successor to Camp Foster (abolished to make room' for the Jacksonville i, ,

Air Base) the new National Guard area embraces 26,00( ByRooseveltt u .I j jI

is MonthMurphey acres stretching from Kingsley to Keystone Heights, : Slow But SurePreliminary


t Pound I New Streets f fJ t $ ,
;
Re Awarded Cites Population Data Corn and Limas Last ChanceTo I. l} I' ,
Will ,I I
Save CertificatesOnly
$43,077 Contract As 1,195 In 1910I And Sewage Lines / '
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received here In I i Crowd Market three dajn remain In A
Info i on I Starke's population for 1940: tvhlt'ii; clt!/ '!>" may take totrpn<< p
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that Pound, Colattt 1trK
Murphey ry I, to protect their tax: certificate -
contractor who end 1,495.Stnrke's Tomatoe Graded Provided For ;
bus., Ga construes population for 1930: that itr.> more than 20
the low bid on For; First TimeIn years old, Clerk: of the CourtA. )

i of 1.339Net J. Thomo-H announced yes.terduy. ,
, s n awardedthe contract gain for ten-year period: This County Work Should Get 1

work on the 156. Under Way Soon P.,
actual ,
d that Spring truck crops, two weeks The 1931! Legislature rui.nisla
dine might possibly begin be AIM iy, I Slow but sure growth for this later than usual arrived with a ln\v providing that all unrn- Green Relieves *. ) ,,
end of the month. Mr fife fl *P ';i "fair city" was reflected in pie> rush at the State Farmers' Mar- forced tax certificates, more I A

P. bid was $43.077,00 lUminary returns from the 194( ket here this week taxing the I hun 20 years old, will be President Roosevelt!' Wednesday \ ;

I fin a communication to the census enumeration released to i capacity of the platform and automat Icullv cancelled unlcMHitplillratlon approved a city-nponsored 1'1{ f

.graph this 'week, the con I the Telegraph this week by Die ,I making a scene of activity that for tax dents are WPA project for Starke, designed. I l '"

ctor stated that he had not' I trlct Supervisor Ben M. Caldwell surpasses even, that witnessedhere mmle before next Wednesday. to pave !several streets within q.l'the i
formal contracL "These figures are preliminary town, to repair several others ', i
it received a t at the height of the straw Such unviiforcpil certificates
I- '
the government, but that It 1 1L .__ 1 and subject to correction" he berry Reason several weeks ago. will no longer lay considered alien to build a drainage canal.. < : j.

expected within the next ,stated. Green corn one of the bulkiest on properly after June 13, and to Install additional sewage1facilities. : { ;

v; days. After it is signed Hit A striking pattern against the sky is the steel framework of Population totals for the entire crops to handle began pouringIn It In. nn Id. The approved "WPA

be returned to Washington this gigantic State warehouse and fire station 70x100 feet I county have not yet been compiled Monday and during the first Tills iiinunn that In.lors"uw allocation for this project Is $28- I

r final approval following Other huge steel frame buildings, seen In the distance, includea because figures have nol three days of the week 13,700 holding cnrtlflcatm. dated 014. ."> .*. ,. '

hich the( contractor Is off Idly Federal warehouse and a garage and shop building.Ten I'yet been filed, by one enumerator dozen ears were sold at an aver- prior to 1920, will be left The project officially known 'Jw

notified to proceed. Mr Caldwell will announce the age price of 15c per dozen. Receipts holding the bug" union they now 'as WPA project number i"

I In bis letter to the Telegraph, -- I county total as soon as this has from corn for the week apply to the clerk for a tut.lord 40,441, was drawn up by the

%, Pound stated: "It appears, ; rTe : I been received. are estimated at $2,005. before June 12. city council several weeks ago': !' f

wefore. that we can start no Fordhook Limas were also anew and submitted to the Work ,

ork on the Starke, Florida post arrival on the platform this grass Administration for approval ;

flee until sometime during the : A. J. Griffis Rites week and 500 hampers have been SuperintendentNot and action. Original estimates "

eek of, June 16th. It Is pos belt-graded since Monday The were. that the project would have .

idle,, however that some technlallty average price has been $1.25( a total cost' of around $60,00d ,
al
starting o.Jili that the cost to Starke, as
defer the and
may Held SundayServices bringing growers $620) for the Yet Appointed '
work' until some date later) three-day period. sponsor, would be about $10,000, ,

fan that stated." but, apparently either the pro- \
For the first time In the hU-
For CountySuperintendent School Hoard Postpones ject has been cut, or It has been I I ,
tory of the market here, tomatoes found that the, project can be : ;I
Held are being graded, Individually Regular Meeting; '
Nominees completed for leas than originally j
I In Court Room wrapped, and packed In Until Next Week estimated, judging from thapproved .. I ,
II "lugn" (small 30-pound containers allocation, $28.944.

I Last Sunday afternoon at 3'3C: instead of the standard 55-( i Iliadfoi-d County was itlll rather than the $50,000: allocation ;: !,

Listed By BoardOfficial o'clock more than a thousand pound crate). Around 450 lugs I without superintendent of public previously believed necessary. '"
big mess halls, standing In a row. Five more will soon people attended the largest fun- have been graded thus far, sellIng '
. Instruction yesterday an no
. Canvass be completed, and Camp Blanding will eventually have a total eial held here in many a day:: at an average of 83c. Gross Information that the project : !
of 32-as alike as peas in a pod. Company streets, as seen In that of Bradford County's late receipts from tomatoes are estimated word came from Governor Cone, received '
been was
Fails To Change. this picture have been laid out but not yet paved. I Superintendent of Public Instruction at 38200. whose appointment' to fill the here has In a approved telegram- to the Telex \ )

Outcome of Races A. J. Griffin, who died Wednesday Around 600 hampers of cucumbers vacancy left by the death tail I.I graph from Congressman Lex ,

I May 29 at his home here have been sold during week of A, J, Griffla has been Green In Washington Wednesday I :
of Democratic .
list
A complete w. lrna following a prolonged Illness. He the past week, with the prevail. momentarily expected I I afternoon He also stated In his "
in Bradford re-I :
nines County was 62 years of age. ing price for "fancies'' a n d"pickles" I communication that! this project j
Suiting from the primaries I The regular r first Monday meetIng -
ofj !
rain being 11.75, and I
Bt'cauMe'of It wits Impossible "JUm'1 should begin operation promptly. ,
May 7 and May 28, were an I bos" 125. Cucumbers of ,the Board of Public l Instruction
hold the services on the
to The as originallysketched I I :
project
ounced thIs week following cjeeting .
i I courthouse lawn as first announced grossed around $900 ,tor growers was postponed until .
of the canvassing board *" and presented to the
I A and the rites were conducted Black-eyed- 'crowder peu Thursday morning, nnd was
lasi Frid.iy, The opening of abImiee -
I following:
ballots failed to make inside In the large court production ban been small with again postponed until Wednesday WPA. culls forthe ,
any
Itoge In the outcome of any I k+ Arr1 I I room. Officiating minister! were only 200 hampers marketed! HO morning, Juno 12, when no news Paving with asphalt Thompson

the Rev A E. Light foot of fur They Hold at an average came from, Tallahassee Street from Call Street to Jackson -

face.| The complete list, Including ali I Starke, and the Rev. W. T. Hall of $1. Business that can be turns- Street (from Call to Jefferson -
ie and the Rev Gld Pievntt of I week acted the lloaid of Public Instruction
aunty committeemen and com- eSe1 I Total receipts for the by Street Thompson will be 40
eF I Green Cove Springs I from various truck cropH Is estimated without a Hiipeilnten- Jefferson
Itteewomen, is as follows. N feet wide, and from i(
Representative State Leglsla- t : Because the building wan filled I at $4,16250 dent la extremely limited. It Is Street to Jackson It will he only

Ure-Geo H, Inman. to overflowing, many pE'oplcwaltE'11 said, 30 feet wide) ; taking up the

County Judge-E. K. Perryman., downfalls, unable tll i Home Economics brick on Walnut Street between
Sheriff A O. Andreu. crowd into the packed court Two County Boards Call avail Jefferson, ( In front ofnew '

Clerk Circuit Court-A.I JHomas. ,. The fact that there will be no lack of 'modem conveniences"at : room. Following the services I Definite'For B. H. S. New l'oHtoffoe( ) and repaying t t
them regimented rows of the procession to Prevatt Ceme'' Virtually with asphalt, Increasing Its width
Is evidenced by
I Tax Camp Blanding I 1 tery where the body was Interred,' At a meeting of the hoard of 12 feet, and using the discarded
County Assessor-E. W 'I
fantastic pattern In the sunlight us 4 Bradford' will begin th#
sanitary units, making a seldom, Public Instruction, held at p. County
Wen. I walt of a great length brick to pave Court street between
await installation. ; m., May 9th, trustees of the year 1041 with only one holdover I
they silently Citizen!I Call and Jefferson Streets;
In this county.
County Tax Collector-C, A, seen
I Starke school and Principal 1 10I :, member on its Hoard of
knight. I I. (asphalt) Jefferson' and
paving
I s ctlon were In attendance I .
from and
I I every L. Williams presented the possibilities County CommlHNloneis. u I
Jackson Streets from Thompson
Superintendent Public Instruc- of home economics completely new Hoard of Public '
Ion- 1P E Mlddleton. '1 Red Cross Funds a program Street to Temple Avenue ( Road

Supervisor of Registration -, I Born In Clay County on He In Bradford County High Instruction 131: ; paving (also asphalt) Eighth
ames P Hollingsworth. ;'J :'.''', '' .1' cember 26. 177' A. J. Griffii) I School. This unprecedented show of Street between Walnut Street and t
':iHII' ( I had for the past 45 years beer Upon motion of J H,, Moore, new faces will be Keen In the Temple Avenue (this street Is

District County One Conmiimloners-P. D. Reddish. Start Coming In >.F[;,;:{ ,; ;" Identified with the school systems seconded by W 1':. Middleton, courthouse its the result of the just Mouth of the Armory),; taking -
of this section. He movedto recent Democratic primary elections Walnut and
District up the brick on
Two-W. M. Edwards. I and made unanimous by the ap
District ','I<;::"i Bradford County 50 years axe: Single hold-over commissioner Cherry Streets, regrctdlng these
Three-J. L. Plight of RefugeesIn ,
Wynn. proval of Chairman E. J, Lewis, '
his Brassel' and Is P. D. ,Reddish In District and
District Four-T. C. Chastatn. '- with parents roads relaying the brick
District Five-M. O. Harrell. Europe Described I Rhoda Griffin and at the age of the committee was Instructed to One. covering relayed surface with asphalt -

School Board Members As Pitiful 17 was serving as principal al Include home economics In the On the School Board nil three ; digging ditches and otherwise

District One-J_ s. Norman. I Lawtey Since that time he hat I U. H, X. curriculum, and. the county districts will be represented ranging permanent drain-

District Two-S. E. Sparks. Voluntary contributions for the< held few John other than those I, trustees were requested to re by new men, aryl 1 In addition age for the urea around Bradford

District Three-O, C Kelly. Red Cross war relief fund have connected with schools. During! commend a teacher fur the de- there will be a new County High School: I laving: I several

County Ikln.1 Trustee started coming In and the local the World War he was .a fore. partment, to be later approvedby Superintendent of Public Inntruc- thousands of feet of sewer, ,mostly

District One-0. J. Phillips.) chapter acknowledges the follow man In the shipyard at Jacksonville the Board. tlon. I on Weller Street. ''
District Two < tag receipts during the past few and during the Florida land -
-W. H Graham.
Lester Sponholtz $2 A. W boom he wax engaged in the real I
District days:. .

District District' Three-Ira Four-H.Flve-J. v.D W.: May.Edwards Andreu.. Redgrave Bradford$5,County's R. F. Clark war $1.relief estate Returning business to Bradford in South Florida County,,: Proj Threatens Reign Of Hookworm .

r. has been set at $600, and he served as principal at Hell- I
quota I his II If the of hookworm U ...,.,
M rnber County Democratic unless voluntary contributions In. bronn Springs before making I scourge 'r -
It will be I first successful campaign for ever eradicated from Bradford
tlu'l'uth'e: crease rapidly at once.
Precinct Committee solicitations : superintendent of public Instruct County these two pictures might) C
1: J. L. Harrell, Pearl necessary to make personal ;
G II' Canadlne I local officials stated jtlon t in 1924 He had remained well become symbolical of th"Before" ,11 lrr.1+ lr
12 longer and "After" stage.These a
the In this position yearn
_...Precinct e Green.2: J. M. Alvarez, MM, Those relief .who of suffering want to give women for and .:: than any other man In Bradford structures, both photo

mile or so northwest
graphed a
3 W. children refugees In Europe may of the elaborate equip County
ecDlnct : B. Alexander In spite of Starke represent (at left) atypical '
aSa at the 1916 he was
Mlddleton. leave their contributions ment, It's water-not ollthey'redrilling On February 11
Precinct 4:: C. B. Roberta Bradford County Telegraph at for In the above picture,, married to Aneda Sullivan, who otd-Rtyle note, open fertilizer back sack surface P
toilet (
Precinct 5: c. P. Wadsworth the Florida Bank at Starke, or It will probably be necessary togo ('11, Thos F. Brown with F. F. Stump, treasurer of to a depth of 400 feet befon I I son, Julian, who this year joined
I of the new,,
) an example w
LJa Precinct 6: c. Sullivan MissPrecinct the county Red Cross chapter.The I striking a stream to supply the<,t [the U S, Navy and who at safe right, sanitary pit toilets that are
father's funeral here.
his
tended
from national capacity
following appeal thousand-gallon-an-hour the Bradford ,
I being built by
7: E. A. Sapp Mara headquarters has. been received desired. Other survivors are a brother, rti
..'! Kenny Griffin. Starke. and two County Sanitation project.

ggins.Hlnct : I Geiger, With more than half the schoolchildren :
Mrs Mayme
8: L. R. Gainey, Mrs. hojir news of the For June sisters. ti I4
,, ayes. Each' ,.brings Births Tampa; and Mrs. Minnie Nau- In thin county showing< ,
., In what Is
State Democratic I fast'changing picture Following are the births tot' man. Starke. positive hookworm Infection the"openback" r
ExecutiveStattteemanK. perhaps the most decisive battleIn week of June, a* re, : closet (Is largely
I first Funeral arrangements Sunday
the
G. civiliza
Duncan. of western
the history of
blamed for the prevalence
local physicians: [ of DeWitt
of corded by were In charge p.
Cornnut8 ExecutiveCon'esslonal I tion. Each hour brings news Lonzle Norman,, this disease, as well as having I t
.... teewomal1_ Mr. and Mrs. Jones and active pall bearers
the
Mrs of 1.
!
R. F. f f e rings
additional u of
s with the spread
"' much to do
'lIIorest, June 1. .
Starke, boy, were: A. O. Andreu. C. A. Knight, Ir
Democratic :Wounded. .the aged and the women Mr and Mrs. O E. Halle. Ral- } j. H. Fields C J. Powell, W. K'Thornton other fly-borne diseases such as r

utive Commltteeman Ex- ; and children of brave, peaceloving ford. girl June 1, I, and N. N. Thomas. typhoid fever, dysentery, and iYe+it.aY ---44
E. W.
yes, Manning diarrhea.
Joe

I DemocraUc Congressional Ext The peoples American Red Cross has Griffis Mr, Lawtey and Mrs., boy, June 2. I member Mr. Griffis of the was Baptist a Mason Church, a, The Sanitary project now In Off With The Old On With The New .''r'.' ,

.utlve Heyer Committeewoman. -Ruby asked the people of the United of Yield the W. O. W.. and the Ku Klux derful operation opportunity here presents to homeowners a won-- pay the cost of material. ooly. Johns at the City Hall, or from )
States to raise a minimum Heavy Corn Klan tree Foreman E. S. Sibley In
County In all parts of the county to All labor Is furnisher} by Project
COIIIOlltt Executive Republican 120.000.000 In order that It may Rowman Alvarez one of our get rid of the "diseane-spread-I the WPA. The units are built the cotton gin building, where .

But l eeman-&n Faulkner. help to alleviate suffering that Red Is leading farmers of the Vander- Lee Thanks Friends ers" and add to the comfort, In accordance with plans and the units are being constructed. iy e

COIIIOlit Republican Executive beyond description.! The bill section, made a record one- liveablllty. and safety of their specifications of the U. 8. Public This Is a golden opportunityfor
Sut.eSanW': B. Parks. Cross, confident that our people harvest Tuesday when I wish to thank my friends for Installing one of the Health Service and the Florida people of the county to benefit
corn by
COIIIOlltte RepUblican Executive will respond to this appeal generously day broke 1.200 dozen ((14.400 their vote and support on May premises units State Board of Health. I themselves by replacing dan + }
government-approved
ller.eWOD1&llchlna and promptly U not be Although not elected I want new with health-Insured 1 j
28. desired
Fauk. from his 40-aere planting. toilets are built Any additional Information ger sources
) The sanitary
RSPublican waiting for the funds to be At ears an average price of ISc: per my friends to know I am grateful In Starke hauled out and Installed by the property-owner may 'sanitary units. They should not

save Congressional Ex- raised. Out of Its treasury each It dozen, this would represent for their vote and support R. L. Lee. for anyone who Is willing to be obtained from City Clerk Carl j jc" .pans It up.
Committeewoman $100,000
IN. 8. Parks. Mrs. bas already' cabled around $180 for the day's harvest. ,
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BUADFOim COUNTY TEUEGKAPII, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIO'\}' JIM;
\
-.. TWO
you keep the cows and give the IV: Tin <'ot \'n
School Board Florida To Enroll milk to the government; then I."ti.A UFOIiIt 9latlre t 01.IIII\1''('' 'J rr

FLORIDA 4JGHUCt.TS! l Na"FLORIDA fR E List of WarrantsFOR 1800 In CCC In July the government sells you some ..,'I'IJ I.r"WHO"I" ..I"I or hers Ihr." r.Lo d"'"

This is. tl' "Uglhe'
Al'RlL, 1040 During the period July 1-20,, milk.Nazism: If you have two cows, of and, claimant .If'f' L I' '"6

STREET A. J. Griffis, Salary 125.00: ; Florida will enroll 1,800 young the government shoots you and claim ara"o r : I I.

Louise Warren, Salary $5000; men for the Civilian Conservation keeps the cows.Capitalism this month notice tronl", ," IhlQ II
.rMriIi w .I ; uii
r ; Frances Peek, Office Work 19. Corps according to an- : If you have two man County K. I il
OGERN .To Gl1Lf' P 80; A. J. Grlffls. Travel Expenses nouncement here by the State cows you sell one and buy a ;I claim to as will provide h, ,! ''I. .luijr ,1'w'|

_ 1t $20.00; A. J. Griffis, Office Welfare Board. bull.-From Exchanges of IlInllalioll'I'! .J

Expense, $7.60; E. J. Lewis. The enrollment, while large, la iMO.This 8hl \" Hal
+
y I Board Service. $25.00; J. H. that of October, Martha heath,
y 7% ''lKfh: v ry' ., yn-q IS, )N.ON6.I1F / Moore. Board Service. $25.00; W. no larger"It was than announced by Jack All legal blanks, promissory Ii.al 4t 8-21 0, ..
r 1939
:aytrJCrf/y' retain title notes, carriedIn
t' : 6/ Board Service, the State notes,
.f? E. Middleton Home, representative of "OTH'f: 'ro
stock the Bradford CountyTelegraph. IRFFID:
: by 1If: Tllf1 '
r Austin Transportation of se t'Ilt4'11'I' "
1 vy.r trtio; .. 25.00: ; J. A. Welfare Board in charge EI II 1 1111\thl ar op
1429. lection. The large enrollment Ail. ) lOR; a1111rftlHnHjrl
!
nuMf erNrlI :.. ,'. due to a reduc- 'I.Onllt\ '
f f4C J. E. Brown, Transportation Home said, was IV TIIK COUNTY ..IrDGH'RCOt'RTIN Marguerite r I I.n tilt\trlir
.
$30.00; W. O. Collins. Transpor- tion of the previous quota because : AM FOR IIII'OFOKU Plaintiff II'''
_a tation, $83.22 Roy Tomlinson of the failure of Congressto COUNTY, FLOIUIJAIn -vs-' ..
t ; the Matter of Probate of George \\ r.nD.f..ndant.
'. Transportation, $83.12; Elam authorize as large an appropriation Will of Churl F. Pare deceased .
: : The cut TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IN Ti9 J NAI\I I. .,
: Lewis Transportation $4000; as formerly. This In to notify all ('lalmanUagalnat OF FlAlltllA, riltLFr: ""Up; .
Frank Norman, $30.00; Andrew was later restored. the estate of Charles 10'. TO: rsl' I 'abler IJ
Pace deceased, to present your residence if'unki, 'w, '
Redding, Transportation $37.50; CCC selectees are In no sense claim against/ the above named are hp,.b'
\ T. T. Blackburn, Transportation, for military service.: estate to the Hon 1;]. K. Ferryman near"to the Dill ,,. -yarrdl, til"
enlisting .
.
County Judge of Bradford County herein atraliixi ,'nlalm |
IIVEs $90.00; Ned Berry, Transportation Horne pointed out their status Florida, duly sworn to and within Monday, the lt bra C Dr; L
$:l.OO; Chester Andrews, being strictly that of civilians eight calendar months from the 1940. 'July,
notice, It l Is
first publication of this or further I
Transportation $71.62; Swear- as the name of the Corps Im- your claim will be barred by order be nublii.1,0,1 Uen.fl"t 'h. that'
Ingen Kelly Transportation $25.- statute of limitations and be of County Telegrauh" Br"fl.
plies. no force and effect, also, to pay published |In said '"' iiint.n.""
00; C. J, Crews Transportation, "Should the United States enter all debts owing to said. estate to ford once enoh \'''.1< nl I"
$20.00; A. A. Edwards, Transportation the undersigned/ as Executrix: of consecutive week, fur
.... war the status of CCC enrollees WITNKHS
Will.
said my ,
,aubw4.sr2otKz 'eU ST FAA $87.62; Sam Mott, ; would be exactly the same as This the 23rd day of May,. A. D. seal, thl. 30lh di" ? ylerOFFICIAL nd of
$40.00 Charity 1940.
Transportation ;
.
.
that of other young men of their Elizabeth C. Pace ( SEAL
,
Williams Transportation, 35.00: : i age" Home asserted. "They 6-24 4t 6-14 as Executrix Clerk Circuit t'ouii. s 5 a1940 SI. 7t.H
Oliver Underhill, Transportation.
;J would be no more subject to
wiwr Pi'SN SW/mss Trans- !
t 65.28: ; H. G. Alderman draft than any of their friends
t Nyi portatlon, $15.00; L. O. Jones,
;
and if
I F/STESr? and brothers back home,
Transportation $12.70; Home
recruiting should be authorized,
B r yant. Transportation $4.42 ; of
would have the same privilege
Horace Bryant,, Transportation, serviceas
volunteering for military
Florida Bank at Starke,
$1863;
other American boys. They
i i I, $1,509.58 Florida Bank a t
;
,
; would have one advantage In the
J.1
.... .,-. Florida Bankat
:
.. Starke $1,547.08;
... ":'""' ''!''s.-,.. .....:!'.'..... .14'. event of becoming fighting men,
:. "< ...1: Starke Interest $323.06; Roy
'''-... ,. .' .. .(.1'.;..;;: ,.,. .:' ",-, Tomlinson. Transportation, $83.- that dition of and being therefore in top more physical able con-to

r -- Ni7' // VOq lUlflICN4RA Y,,rES' i. Ct',9S.i' "- I 500.00 12: ; Board; J. E.of Brown Bond Tr Trustees n8por-, withstand physical hardships"

M;;...;"_,. OF 1'1/'JR11Jp". : C. W ..IIlZJ'IIUS:, N.A( got,. Transportation tatlon, $40.00; 5370.J.: L. Anderson, Marine Studios Get 1 1

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F ._, Western Union, Messages $9.- Big Tiger SharkA

t Only one mile long., Duval street It proudly Atlantic ride of the bland deep channel and 19; Florida Bank at Starke $4. vicious shark over

referred to by many Key Werteri a* the harbor, the Gulf lde. 000.00; Beverly Cad y. Office thirteen feet in tiger length, largest in
"ion( In the world"as II reaches from According to Henry Howell. writing for Work $8.50; A. J. Grlffls Salary -
successfully
captivity, was captured
the bathing beach where the public dunks "Field & Stream", the belt authenticated recordof $125.00; Louise Warren, Salary and transported alive to
speed of Wanoo. for known distance 50.00: ; Frances Peek Salary !-'
Itself In the Atlantic and extend one mile lo the a a Marine Studios oceanarium re
the dock facing, the. Gulf of Mexico, where ocean I* that of a 67 pounder which" reeled off( 200 $20.25: ; Louise Warren,. Expense .- cently. The tiger shark is a

going steamer are moored at the end of the of line in It second flat on light" tackle Trip to Tallahassee, $12 large species found In warm
00 Farmers & Merchants Ban
street. Duval St. Is I the principal buiine street This would figure a little better than 41 mile Interest; through 4.16.40 on Noteof seas and whether considered GUM-DIPPED TIRES

In the city that distinction having been acquired per hour. Unquestionably, this record stamps Johns & Wainwright, $9.09; from the point of looks or habits,

when waterborn traffic wa the city's principal the Wahoo. a* one of( the faitett. if not the Nelson Moore, Transportation, the name is moat appropriate. It Win Indianapolis5OOMfe

vocation. Shoal and reef characterize the I fastest of all Fish .. $40.00; C. J. Powell. Building has a blunt head and heavy

Book Shelves and Varnishing:, shoulders. The body tapers backto /
a long, slender tall and its
$18.30 J. E. Adklns,
RISINGBy Ga., Is visiting her father, H. C. ville spent the week-end with ,; $40.00; Mary Transportation Williams sides are marked with dark spots

Mrs. U. U. Lewis Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhlll. $40.50; Mrs. G. W. Rhames and stripes. Captain Sam Don- Automobile Sweepstakes

Mr. and Mrs. Den Stricklandof Many from this community attended Transportation, $10.00; Nelson danvllle and his crew aboard the '
The Rev. W. E. Hall of Green Jacksonville recently visited expedition vessel "Porpoise,"
the funeral of A. J. Grif Green, Transportation 12022. captured
Cove spent Thursday night with the bedside of Mr. Strickland's
M. W. Mann. $161.00 N. the big fish off me coa.tnear
Mr. and Mrs R. R. Crosby. sister, Mrs. R. M. Crosby, who fls Sunday afternoon. Thomas, Janitor Service, $26.50; ; Marlneland.and It was suc-

Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewis were has been ill for some time with OLD MAID STAMP Brady Bryant Janitor Service cessfully drugged with a special y :b

visiting Mr. and Mrs. L* L. Con heart trouble. $25.00; Lee Gainey, Janitor Ser- hypodermic harpoon which Insured -
Miss Blanche
Ashevllle N. C.,-
ner Wednesday.Mr. Luclan Conner Is spending thl.i vice, 4000. safe transportation back

and Mrs. Russell Carter week In Gainesville at the University Loftaln, who hejped entertain at H. C. Green. Janitor Service to the oceanarlum. The tiger
and children. Geraldine and William a luncheon for Postmaster Geh- $88.00; B. Y. Saxon $4.00; F. T, shark Is probably the most
were dinner guest of Mr. taking a 4-II short course. eral James A. Farley, says he Abernathy, .Holding Election $2.- dreaded In the West Indies and

and Mrs. Bert Shaw Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and has promised a stamp honoringold 00; N. J. Davis, Holding Election, authorities state that it is quite .d ,
4
Miss Evelyn Hobba of Tlfton, little daughter, Fay, of Jackson i maids. $2.00; John McKinney, Hold In capable of living up to the evil eo !i$ ,.

IIIi: Election $2.00; Riley Wasdln, reputation of being a man-eater.

Holding Election. $200! Mullis 4 w .
Bros, Inc., Material for Graham PARABLE OF THE ISMS
Bldgr. $80.50: H. Socialism: If you have two /
; E. Tucker Ker-

Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning osene Thomas for Janitor District Service 3, $116.19, $70.00; N.; ,I cows. you give one' to your neighbor 1'1 ., '. RUBBER

N. Thomas Janitor Service 10. !, Communism: If you have two I .;, T ADVANCED I
00; E. E. Lee, 1 Cord Wood, 5.: cows you keep the cowsand f' M <

00; Ebb Thornton, Janitor Ser give the milk to the government;

vice $100.00; Brady Bryant, Jan then the government gives you /
All Tax Certificates More Than Twenty Years Old itor Service, $20.00; City Light some milk. .

& Water Plant Payment on lights Faclsm: If you have two cows,
and water, $100.00; C. J. Powell i WITHIN THI PAST 400*

Repairs $14.25. Blanche Vandervler. $69.26; Grace

Frank Norman $30.00; Lester Wainwright. $75.05; Ruby Mae .. V BUY
Will Be Cancelled After June 12th br
Automatically Slade Extra
Transportation, $4.- Perkins $74.71; Eunice Searing !
00. $74.83; Edna Hart, 75.05: ; Luclle x NOW

Catherine Young, $86.51: ; Emma Edwards $69.31; Grace Williams,
Hill, $72.83; Jewel Roberts. 74. $6.18; Marie Thede $15.00; Clyde
FLASHING

1940 Unless Application For Tax Deeds Are Made 30 Helen; Mrs.Cody.L. $74.99 H. Futch.; Eunice$74.23 Kelley -; Nell Brown Thomas$31.67;, Carl$7.50 Roberts$50.-; Florence I speeds as high as down 16O miles the straightaways an hour will!]

$7199; Lillie McRae. $72.83; 00; Florida Bank at Starke, 313. Shaw streaked to victory io this great rtce.

Ruth Frazier $60.16; Ernestine 15; Florida Bank at Starke, $5- Mere's proof of Safety Proof of Blow
Buddlngton. $73.00; Jessie Lee 63507.iv Protection-Proof of Tire Superiority-b

Lazenby $72.83; Norman Johns, not by claims, but by performance.
To Clerk of The Circuit Court $82.83; Luvertla Shepherd : THK cincrnrorRTf 'N AND Fir
A. J. Thomas Be- 66 Mae $69.- F O R BRADFORD <:0:: V N T T Patented construction features in the
WU", $66.50; Martha FLORIDA. IN Wells $41.34 Anna Bell William, great
; Arthur McRae, Firett
PlaintiffStafford speedway are incorporated in the
$66.83
; Essie Crosby $20.78; Harmon V.
Tires for the highway.
Williams. Champion you buy

fore That Date. All man, Morgan$6650; Sorchle$72.83; Baird Muriel, 66.Nor- In the Defendant Name of the State of For greater safety, economy 1

Property Owners Are Urgently 50; Annie Laurie Morgan, 76. Florida To: Stafford Greeting:William whose dependability, equip your car with a set I tos

00; Melvin Futch. $86.44. residence Is unknown., YOU ARE ,

Ruby Mae Perkins. $79.17: to HKKEBY the Bill of REQUIRED Complaint filed hereIn -
Floy Sullivan. $41.33; John Atkinson against you on or before Sat- e,
$76.66.Willie urday 16th, day of June. A. I>.I
Mr. Thomas 1940 or Decree Pro Confesao will I
Requested To
By File
Applica- Evelyn Ritch Mae Hlnson. $69.13; beIT teIS:: F .RTHEII ORDERED I
$69.66
; Ethel Biggs, that this notice be published In
$65.84; Ruby Lilley $88.66: The Bradford County Telegraph
Madge Middleton a newspaper published in Bradford -
$74.71; Kate County once each week for

tions On All Such Certificates At Once. This Ac- 25 76.00 Shepherd; Leola; Madallne. T9.17 Roberts; Andrews Edna$79.17 Prevatt$63.-Lorraine A.four sear't'Sr D.'consecutive 1940.'oFFICIAi..th-e'nlr weeks." day" of official May LOOK AT F

; -
'I
SEAL) A. 3. Thomaa
Smith $88.13; Marie Thede, ('I..rk of Circuit Court.
$30.00; Carl Roberts $5000 E. K. Ferryman FirestoneCONVOY LIFETIMEGUARANTEE
; Attorney for

tion Will Be Necessary To Comply With Law Passed Same Starke Ethel, Biggs 75.00 85.00:: ;;Order Madallne Lorraine Fla. Andrews Bank Smith at,, Plaintiff checksMALARIA! g.17 4t 11-1 TIRES Tire Every carries Firestone a


Same, $60.00; Jessie Lee Lazenby.. 666 In 7 days & relieve ] written lifetimeguarantee

Same. 30.00; Easle Crosby, Same COLD'Ssymptoms 25 0.00-16 Dot
25.00:

By 1939 Legislature Designating The Life of A 68 Melvin; M.;W.Beverly Futch Morrow, Cady,Same Same Same, $140.00$180.00$109.-;; try foRubMy.Tism"4Vonderful Liniment first day eN rear or limited 24 months to 12 liCe, but"of

Melva Harrell, Same, $100.00 G Liquid Tablet. Salve $lsJs sa11w for the full
Nose
E. McCauley Sam e, $232.10; PropaHERE ZS A.sd. ,r the tire without

Lois Mayes, Same, $73.00; Florence OWIVe time or miluge

Certificate As Brown, Same, $31.67; J. M. Ir r"" limit.
"Twenty Years From Date of Is- Whittemore, Same, $41.67; Florence TO Ok.

; Brown, $63.33; Mabel Wall, ..... h roueSI
...
75.22: ; H. B. Wiggins $64.79- THEIR HEALTH Vires .g'
; 1 on
Floy Sullivan $56.58 : ; w/seal
; Ophelia
I Bryan, 65.25: ; I. B. Cody/ 118. XTAMDAED THIS i't-i ..a.. 1'
In
Sicily there It no milk
suance. Early Action In This 69. ,
Matter Is Strongly Grace Williams. problem, for visitors dally lICe Tke Value Sensation ol 1S40. > f 4.ee UI/Ut-IT.,"..".'

W. Chalker. $5.94; Mrs. c. milk delivered "on the hoof." This lamoue tire with all Its f jui1 y_ r snnwu./rrslr..... i

SeweD, $5.94': $3.32 Grace; Mrs. W. B U. S. dairy standards are extra value la backed by>> a sV OH lire al....
U.94 J. Williams the highest In the world. Our written LUetime GUGraDtlNt. ... T ,
: :
M
Urged By Mr. Thomas. Does Not J. H. Atkinson Whittemore, $76.66, 33.33: milk measures up to this
Apply To Cer- ; KItty standard 0 f perfection. Its .
;
Hogsed .
$63.33 a eA. "Y:.i l lrbut.w."
/
$114.34; Blanche: Daisy Fisher., whole omene s and purity ....,.., ........... N.B..C. Red N.twra. tA.Vi.i4 N.r ta. lraa.Tare W.'"' IM
Edwards J78 make It a favorite.
An
00; Luclle extra::
Kennedy, 66.50; E. L. quart a days U the best low

tificates Obtained Under The Murphy Act of 1936. Eva Williams 69.27 Anderson; Alice, $216.66 Fernandez;$68.36 Evelyn; Stump$6966-Verna, cost health PETERSON'SSUPREIE Insurance. Smith's GarageStarke


Demorest. 79.17; Rosalind Wll- MILK ft CREAM

llama. 75.18: ; Dell Dowllng. $94..I Phone 174 For Delivery

00; Lester Sponholtz. $79.70; : FloridaPArWI



tY. JC B 7, 1910 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARlUi:, FLORIDA "e-----.
PAGE TlIRER $t..


tirt Tucker Lived Ga. Demure's The Word I Meet VANDERBILT t and Eloise and M. L. Johns of ,
an t
0 jd"" ." The Governor By Mine Effle Crawford New River, were dinner guests t''J' t-
Pt a grand "Swaying my chubby body and 't
, was of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe >; l' ,
Tucker swinging my arms, I sang: ,:. aI 1 i
t DAn Among those who enjoyed the here Sunday. 11 ,
old hedobis face lit a frying "Old Dan Tucker, he got drunk, -'I. : :y Spessard L. Holland was bornIn : the legislature. He helped draft fish-fry given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bloods- I

t .,.. He fell in the fire and kicked upa .>:\:'x' Bartow Florida July 10, 1802, and was co-introducer of the Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards* and worth and children, of Raiford, d ( \\1'( '

k Ded his hair with a wagon'III1eel. chunk; ,>'". the son of Benjamin Franklin Florida School Code, supported family, of Brooker, last Friday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. :
' A coal of fire got in his shoe, Holland and Fanny Virginia measures to raise the pay of: were: Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor- Norman, of Vanderbilt Sunday. / I (It

I.with the toothache in And, Oh, my Lord, how the aches Spessard. His father came to teachers and provide for their man, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nor. Mrs. J. W. Knight and little f

died flew." I Florida from Georgia in 1881, his retirement, and introduced the man, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nor- daughter, Sandra, of Lake Butler ;I'{;

*, beet chorus "Before I could begin the I mother from Virginia in 1889. measure which gives schools man and children, and Velma were visiting relatives here Frl- t
w'aY Old Dan1UCker Holland attended the Bartow some $1.670,000 more revenue per Milton Euston and Gloria Nor day night
the chorus, indignant
ot my mother recovered I
out public schools and graduatedfrom year. He also supported Woik man, all of this section.
sufficiently to grab me Mrs. Eugene Ellis, of WorthIngton ,
Summerlin Institute (Bar- men's Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddishand ,
any supper compensation, unemployment -
late to get and, right then and there, she Springs, was visiting her ; ,
yr 'It tOO tow High) in 1909. He Is a insurance repeal of the poll Mr. Rufus Alvarez and son, ,
to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. :
Y proceeded administer a spank.Ing parents, Nor:1':
graduate of Emory College (nowEmory tax as a requirement for voting, of Vanderbilt were in Jackson- : ,' I
I have man here Thursday. .
Tucker, whose deeds-as never forgotten. She University) Atlanta in the fair trade act, welfare ser ville Friday.Little I I
the old song-sound then explained to me that it was 1912, and of the University of vice, pensions and other measures. Bobbie Barber, of Jack Mrs. Woodrow Alvarez of I ,
In valen- wicked to sing such a song abouta ,Vanderbilt was a business visitor r o I
like a comic Florida in 1916. Worked in mess of statewide importance and sonville, will spend some time
kably Valentine's great and good man. hall and in here with his to Jacksonville lust Friday. I '
born on St taught aubfreshman streered through citrus law re- grandparents, Mr.and I'
was 1710. For many years heaaresndafor "She told me that Daniel department a t University o I f forms. Mrs. F M. Norman.Mr. Mr. F. M. Norman and son, t R''
h Elbert County Tucker\ was a minister who felta Florida. Was "two-letter man" at Holland's hobbies are educationand Wallace White and Miss Levy, of this section attended a : j ,

122 years his great responsibility for the both Emory and Florida, winning nature. He is an ardent Velma Collins, of Gainesville, business meeting at the State '.1
rested In a grave near Negroes and spent much of his his emblems In baseball l, football sportsman, extremely found of were the guests ef Miss Velma Farmers' Market at Starke Mon !' : \

'' Savannah bas River In that time as a self-appointed missionary and basketball. He once made outdoor life. He is a Klwanian, Norman Sunday afternoon day night : 'f. "
going from plantation to such a showing against the Phil- a member of the American Leg- Mrs. S. G.,, Stephenson and two Mr. Bill Bowden of Jackson !I, .r.

ty.ordS in the Elbert County plantation praying i with the adelphia Athletics ((1916)) that he Ion, Forty and eight. Veterans of children from Lakeland, Mrs. vllle was visiting Mr. and Mrs ::1 '. iJ j t
shoW that o Tucker slaves and teaching them better was offered a contract by Connie Foreign Wars and the Officers Cora Belle Sparkman and two H. Manning and family here t f/ '

rtbouse. g, 1798.! Daniel ways of living. Mack. He also qualified for a Reserve Association. He Is a children from Tarpon Springs last week. ; ..
Heard for $1- "When he Designed for the f a I rand' Rhodes Scholarship. : tI
rode director
from John up to a plan- of the Florida Tuberculosis
lilt cash, part of the "Cook's tation on his gray mare, thoughhe younger set, this demure dress ot'l, Holland began the practice of and Health Association and I '

r'Tract, on the Savannah may have been too late to white coton pique would be law in Bartow but had scarcely a. member of the American and! ::1
..ha ferry and "all the get any supper, It was a signal highlight of any summer social started when the United States Florida bar associations. He is KEEP YOUR LAWN CLEAN ANDGREEN
event. The bodice Is ,
Dances thereof and there- for rejoicing In the Negro quart- embroideredwith declared war on Geimany He a. Mason and a Methodist

.'I ers. And he was certain -of a airy eyelets. Presented byHarper's volunteered soon after the decla-

those days life in the "up-I warm welcome and plenty of good Bazaar. ration and was later commis-. BOOTSEY'S BEACH WITH J

r" followed the streams up food In the homes of the planters. sioned a second lieutenant in the By Mis Kfflo Crawford ':
the coast and the Savan- They received him as a of Gainesville were visiting here coast artillery. He was for a .

MB one of the main arteries peer and were glad of an oppor- Sunday. time stationed at Foil Taylor,, J. S. Rosier and Robert Craw- Quality MerchandiseTOPS
lutvel\ and commerce. The tunity to discuss the affairs of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Varnes Key West, before being sent overseas ford were visitors to Jacksonville --- --- ; ; 'I ;
and 19 of South Florida with the 31st. Monday ,
i evidently prospered the day with him. were visiting I Artillery Brigade 'II 'h

rt j later it was recognized by "After his death, his fame be- Hr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Sun- headquarters battery. In Misses Christine and Irene ,

Georgia Legislature, which, came legendary and the colored day, France he was made brigade Johns of this section are spend- BROWN GARDEN HOSE :;: ..1 ''

December 18, 1817, authorized people who adored him, made upa Miss Maxine Surrency of judge advocate and assistant ing their summer vacation In

lei Tucker Sr., to establish song about him. The tune Hague was visiting her parents adjutant, but quickly tired of Live Oak with relatives. 25 Feet $2.00 t,
I keep" a public ferry on the they used had a rhythm that just Jir.< and Mrs. J. H. Surrency, paper work and asked, for and Rudolph Chlam and Albert -------- -- '
giver, In Elbert County received a transfer to the air Kruse 50 Feet $3.50 d''
wtab fitted In at corn-shuckings and Friday night. of Starke were dinner -- --- --- -- ; '
: i
his own land to the land from time to time additional Harley Starling and son, Jen- service. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N.

fjohn Speer on the opposite verses were added until nobody nings, of LaCrosse were visiting Previous firing experience in Crawford Sunday. Rip Rain Sprinklers 85c '; ::1'
knows how many there are. Jlr.. and Mrs. Harvey Starling the coast artillery cut down his Mrs. Robert Crawford and ------' ----- I
ferry was well situated air training period and he found daughter Esther Barton Hose Nozzle 75c
"In the exuberant atmosphereof Sunday. Returned: to _- -----__ __ l'
erved the traveling public himself flying over the lines soon their home here last
I Wednesdayafter
Inuously until recent yearsthe plantation gatherings some of Miss Eldora Sparks of Cross after his transfer. He saw ser- spending several days In Rain King, Hose Nozzle __ ______ 30c ; ;
the verses, became a little ribald. friends in our
City was visiting
automobile found cross-andaided Dan Tucker\ doubtless took his section Sunday. vice on four fronts in some of Tampa with relatives.J. Swift Weed Cutters __ _______ $1.00 : 'J '
fby boat entirely too. slow the most important engagementsof S. Rosier was a visitor to
the numerous bridges liquor straight, and thought noth- Mrs. Lizzie Dryden and grand- the war, flying over the Ocala last week. Kelly Perfect Cutters _._____ ___ $1.00 *
: now span the Savannah. i ing of It. He probably had his daughter, Dorothy, of Starke Muese-Argonne, Champaign, St. Doc Moody of Fargo, Ga., is ."

Eh there is no longer a ferry, own .still. Most planters and were visiting the former's son- Mlhiel\ and Luneville sectors visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr I ;
the spot where It was op- many preachers did. But men In-law and daughter, Mr. and prior to and during offensives on and Mrs Joe Holmes. LAWN MOWERS i
in his station simply did not get
II I is still known as Tucker's Mrs. Harvey Starling recently. those fronts. During that time A large crowd from this section -
drunk and fall In fires." Mr. and Mrs. Edward Broughton he brought down two enemy attended church at Heilbronn Corporal-14 Inch, 4 Blade __ $6.00 ,; : .. '

gely enough, Dan Tucker, Mrs. Rucker said that Dan and children of Gainesvillewere planes and was himself brought Sunday. Colonel-16 Inch 4 Blade $7.00 .
__ __ _
i la celebrated in song and Tucker and her great-great-grand- visiting Mrs. Hilda Broughton down by an enemy plane but Mr. and Mrs Willard Gnsklns u ':

as a rollicking clown, was father, John Martin White, were Sunday.Mr. managed to land a-short distance and baby spent the week-end In General-16 Inch, 5 Blade $8.00 ,
I only a prominent planter and both captains in the American and Mrs. J. E. Call of behind the American lines. Most Baker County with relatives

owner, but was also aHer Army during the RevolutionaryWar Gainesville were visiting here of his service was with GeorgeE. Joe Holmes and R. D. Holmes ': t
of the Gospel. While his and that ,prior to that they Tuesday. Goldthwaite, New York City, were visitors to Fernandina Sunday American Lawn Rakers "

ally could have truthfully put were in the Colonial Militia and Jewett Fogg has returned from as an observer and gunner In 60c & $1.00 :
tale" before the name on his II when mere boys saw service at the University of Florida where gathering information and taking Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Batten and 11' ,

tone, they choose rather to Braddock's defeat. he completed his freshman year. photographs behind the enemy family of Jacksonville spent Frl- ,
i "Reverend." Dan Tucker's eventful life Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of lines Holland received two promotions day here with Mr. and Mrs. R.N .

|lira Guy Rucker, of Elbert ended in the spring of 1818 when Starke attended church services coming out of the wara Crawford, Bradford Hardware Company'! it

unty, whose greatgreatgrandwas I he was a few months more than here Friday night. captain and wax awarded the

> a neighbor and close 78 years old. Mrs. Carl Wynn and son, AlvIn Distinguished Service Cross for Typewriter ribbons ot, all kinds J. I). CARLISLE, Owner .:''

end, i of Dan Tucker, said Dan 'if Daniel Tucker minister, o( Hampton and Evangelist valor In action. 'the citation read- for sale at the Telegraph office. I
born In-Virginia, aTdftectnt { ''dbldlerT"; 'planter' and firry owner, Derke of Pennsylvania attended ing "First Lieutenant/ Spessard L. I't i

of St George Tucker, could awake today probably noth- church services here Thursday Holland C. A. C. Observer 24th. ,

j England, and came to Georgia ing would astonish him more night. Aero Squadron d I 1st 1 n gulshed Iw ,
L r the American Revolution than the changed condition of his himself by extraordinary heroismIn

rence for the Indomitable lands. The days when the Savannah HIGHLAND connection with military operations ,

i grew into a tradition in Mrs : was a busy highway between By Mi-s Beth WimberlyMrs. against an armed enemy. i
ikers family and she declared tha coast and the "up-country" of the United States; at Bois de

e only spanking she remem- I have long since ended, and his H. C. Wimberly was a Bantheville France, on October 1h
receiving from her motherthe fertile acres have again surrendered visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. 15, 1918 and In recognition of bin

result of singing one to the forests he helped to B. O. Hardee of Jacksonville I gallant conduct I have awardedhim d" -
Ine! of "Old Dan Tucker." conquer.His was a business visitor here Sat In the name of the Presidentthe s- A
.
("When I was a small girl," shed grave, with that of his Distinguished Service Cross. wii/

"my old colored Mammy wife beside it, is at the crest of urday.Mrs.. Nelson T. Green and (Signed) John J. Pershing, Com- ,
spent many hours secretly a steep hill that overlooks the children of Starke visited rel I mander-in-Chlef" The citationwas die

ilnj me to sing a verse of river and where its low roar is atives here Sunday. awarded I on December 11,
Dan Tucker' and to danceIII continually heard. The simple Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley 1918. No. 2 f78. ,

lively rhythm. Then one tombstone In quaint characters, were visiting friends at Kingsley I Holland was married In 1919

y', when there were guests In reads: "Sacred to the memory of Lake Saturday night. to Miss Mary Groover of Lakeland -

tome, Mammy Jane quietly The Rev. Daniel Tucker. Born Mr. and Mrs. S. Phillips of I a native of Fort White I Ie
d I proudly pushed me into them February the 14-1740. Dp. this Maxville visited S. C. Harley and Florida. They have four child- 1 Jeel;

> and began to softly pat her life April the 7__1818. Age 78."-I family Friday. I'I'I ren.He yr
A
Atlanta Journal.. Mr, and Mrs. E. S. Thornton, resigned his commission In
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Groover accompanied the Army in July 1919, and resumed tf
-- by Mr. and Mrs. L. J. law practice In Bartow.He e

erkins Named State HAMPTON Durrance of Lawtey visited relatives shortly wan appointed pro- t

Road Chairman By Miss Ada Nlmrao In Blackshear, Ga, over secuting attorney of Polk County

the weekend.Mr. and in 1920 was elected County

I The state road Baptist Homecoming Conven- and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson Judge serving in that capacityfor .J
department Fri- The National Singing
to Green before relinquishing -
made a business trip eight years
yof last week, elected J.' W. tion will meet at the Baptist i Monday. the office to resume private .
Cove Springs
VIM\ of next Sunday, June a. & / fr.
here
DeLand Church
as its chair- I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Mrs. practice forming a partnershipwith
i to succeed Arthur B. Hale 9th.The S. C. Harley, Miss Beth Wimberly W. F. Bevis, later being ., ; I
"Tampa, whose undated restgn- church will observe Home- ', and Miss E. Ricks attended the Joined by the late Robert L. e fl

011 was accepted Thursday by coming Day on that date. All funeral services of A. J. GriffisIn Hughes, Jr 1 .,;,xr e
mar Cone.APPOintment. members are expected to be He did not seek public office
Starke Sunday. .. .at w rp r j jS jt
[ of a successor to present and answer to the roll- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley of again until 1932 when he was
as the department's member call. All members, who have Lawtey spent Sunday here with elected to the State Senate and 1 ,

the first congressional dis- had their membership here pre Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley. he Is now completing eight yearsof
Had not been announced. I vious to date are Invited to be C. M. Griffis was a business service In that office.

erk1n represents the fifth dls- present and enjoy the day with visitor In Lawtey Monday. Senator Holland has been a

L 'us, Visitors here Monday IncludedC. trustee of Southern College at

No changes were made imatteof More than 75: singers are ex- S. Cannon and E. D. Harperof Lakeland for three years anti has 'A\

In ( pected to be here. Dinner will be Jacksonville, H. A. Duncan of served on the executive councilof
the department.per served on the church grounds. Gainesville and C. S. Mobley of the University of Florida

Perkins and Chief Everybody is invited to come, Jacksonville. Alumni Association\ for many
bowling Engineer J. and enjoy the day.A years, and is a past president of
Were I
l'OCeed authorized too the organization. He has been a
With miscellaneous shower was SAMPSON CITY
advertisements|
for school committeeof
da member of the
projects the Methodist church Etta Fay Dyal C
which Perkins given at By Senate at
Florida
d the every
w
"ha.ve for Mrs.
been last Saturday evening
p PrOjects dragging too of Law- Mrs. Sarah Jones, who has been session he has attended. He
Chesser
ut which: will cost Gladys Rhames her daughter, Mrs. Eva served four years as chairmanof ,
$2,500.00Q have The bride received many visiting 'L'5 \
been tey.
Po With plans let Durkee In Miami, returned home the Bartow school trustees
Y completed' but useful gifts. during which time the new
a few week.
this '
Warded contracts have been Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Mrs. Sarah Brown and daughter school plants at Bartow were :

DthJ.PerklllS. during the last four and family, and Mrs. Watter-of Tommie Lee, of Miami constructed.In .
son'a aunt, Mrs. Nellie Witt, week-end with relatives the Florida Senate he has
the
also said work would .Miami, visited Mrs. Ollie HardIn, spent been a constant foe of the sales Millions of times
here. a day people every-
,
Thursday.
Immediately on repairing .:of Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal madea tax: and he three times sponsored!
estimated The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. War- to Gainesville Saturday and passed repeal of the gross
w S2.000.000 worth of ren were business visitors. to business trip receipts tax in that branch of where enjoy a happy minute with ice-cold
caused .
to highways by Gainesville this week.GRAHAM. and
r"g weather Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon BUS SCHEDULE
temporary last winter. two children, of Jacksonville, Coca-Cola. They like its clean taste and the /
J repaIrs| have been were visiting here Sunday. Northbound ,
e 10 far On major Mrs. L. C. Smith of Sampson CIty Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m.
roads. The By Ethel Parrlsh! / "
dPaflflent'a 1940 budget, pre- Ancil Normanand Is visiting friends in Jacksonville 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m., 6:10: p. refreshed feeling that follows. Thus the --Y r
Mr. and Mrs. 10:10 m.
Iy m., and : p.
Copied, carried Miriam, this week.
an estl000.000 Kenneth
Z& ed children friends of the late A. SouthboundLeaves s e
Several that with ice-cold Coca-Cola
tbe deficit of ", at and Wanda of Heilbronn Springs attended his funeral In Starke at 2:40: a. m., pause refreshes 3r\
Griffis ,
J. .
:Et end of the year including spent the week-end with Mrs. Starke Sunday afternoon. 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m. and S:20: h

freeze> damage. Perkins said R. M. Johnson. Mrs. Jack Rose and children p. m. has become America's favorite moment. : \
da Revival services closed Sunday "'elliboundLeaves 1
I Apartment relativeshere.
now "Is of Miami\ are visiting J't
the not rushIrtc' night with eight new members Starke at 9:35: p. m. S' t
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T&!lIps Bay proposed bridge. $Informed added Baptismal to the services Baptist were church.con- Mr.\ and church Mrs at A. Graham V. Varnes Sun-at- and 11:30: a.Eastbound m. THE PAUSE THAT REFRE t

IOUrtet tended
Said the acceptance of ducted at Hampton Lake Sundayat Leaves Starke at 9:20: p. m. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA- OIA CO. BY
1110'a 3:30: o'clock P. M. day.Mr. Millard Varnw TIcket office and bus depot at
resignation meant the Mr.. and :Mrs. Roy Blrt and and Mrs Palatka where Mr. ConwaY's Service Station corner STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
WoUld to
rare not be started this son. Billy, and daughter Keith, have moved employed. Highways 13 and 48. a
Is
and Mr and Mrs. Eddie Johns Varnes .

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STAR1i.E, FLORIDA \ f.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, '" ,

ti PACK FOUR I pink .and white. In the living rose crepe dress
_
I fashlonet
I Bride of Last MonthMrs. .] room an Improvised altar was long sheer wool coat "till
Rersories
of
I formed with a background were in .
I
CLUBS cranberr
SOCIETY and. palms and fern. Flanking each pink. The bride was llid Pa''
.. j floor baskets of white from
-- Westerly
._ -- -- little were HIgh :dot
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.. -- tall candelbra c
.. snapdragon and Westerly, Rhode
Marriage I IslaM
Thomas-Thomas MarriageIs Methodist W. S. C. S. Bradley-Hundley holding white tapers which sheda Rhode Island School of
the wedding B
Met Last Monday Rivers Carleen Hundley, soft glow over In Providence
Announced Miss the Collegentlis d let 1
R.
I.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. scene. 1u
daughter
Mr and Mrs Reddick Thomas Mrs Sam Anderson and Mrs. i Hundley of the State Farm, and When the guests were assembled also in Providence anduCltk..
were joint hostessesat son of Seamans, pianist, University of Florida u
of Brooker announce the mar- C. E Johns Reece Clinton Bradley, I Mrs Henry *
riage of their daughter, Hazel the home of the former on Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley also presented an appropriate programof vllle For the past few

Lee, to Mr. Resale RalfordThomas Cherry Street Monday afternoon of the State Farm, were married ,' wedding music. The "Bridal she has been a member spa g

Ron of Mr. and Mrs. when they entertained membersof May 11, In Macclenny Chorus" from "Lohengrln" wasused faculty of the grammar ICb n
Mallory Thomas of Starke. Circle No. 1 of the Woman'sSociety Mrs Bradley attended Brad- as the processional.The In Bradford County

The ceremony was performedin of Christian Service. ford County High School, where M bride, who was given In The bridegroom waa ,
Lake Butler May 19th, by The living and dining rooms, she was a popular member of the -w. marriage by her father, had as from Bradford County grBWt t t
opening en suite, were attrac- r of honor and only at- School and
JUdge Townsend. younger set. Mr. Bradley grad- her matron attended the Cat
Mr. Thomas was a memberof tively decorated with hydrangeas uated from Bradford County tendant, her sister, Mrs. Clarence slty In Gainesville Ai,
shasta daisies and other summer of '38 of Panama City, and Mr. he Is Prs
class of High School in the class Andreu principal of the I
the 1939 graduating
meeting. flee
flowers for this ifs man
his
Is connected with McRae had as ,vest I School
lire Bradford County High School Mrs. E. K. Perryman, leader, and at present on Andreu. : 1
work at Camp Blanding Clarence Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Thomas also received hit conducted the business meetingand Kingsley Lake. The matron of honor was at- home to their friends McRae are eii i
had charge of the program. of in the
educa.tlon.In the Bradford County In becoming gown
tired a
will make rick apartments
Bradley
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mra. E. Mr. and Mrs with on Lafl't
High School and Is now employed L. Matthews gave articles taken their home in Starke heavenly blue lace and net and Walnut Streets.Outoftown ) t
flower hat.
3.. with. M. Rltch, plumbing con- "Mis- which she wore a
C. from the World Outlook on of gueets
Colonial bouquet indu:
carried a
Work" rooms and dining room She those from Starke !
tractor. sionary living breath. Panama
t rose buds and baby a
They will make their home in Mrs. Perryman also had chargeof for this meeting.Mrs. business pink The petite, brunette bride was Springfield, Boston, and 1'111 I
the -
conducted
yv the devotional service basing Green .of white lace field Mass.; Hartford ant
Starke.FATHERS'SDAY, lovely In a dress W. r
Mrs L. C. Ray
the words "Let meeting and London, Conn.
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7
her thoughts on and tulle. The basque bodice Providence ieily I
not your heart be troubled. presented the program. Assist- iv lace with a sweet and Bradford R i, e
made of *
4 During the social hour Mrs. ing Mrs. Ray with the program was New York City.
sleeves,
Anderson and Mrs Johns serveda were Mrs A Wood and Mrs. heart neckline and long CtJ
with narrow
with Pearl Simpson, who gave the mousquetalre style,
tempting dessert course Mary Sue Epperson
article "Eventsof points falling qver the back of Honwe
,
of the
assisted in highlights
JUNE 14TH Ice serving! tea. by They little were Miss Janet religion and moral significanceIn her hands. The full skirt was At Birthday Party IT

World Events" as found In the fashioned with three'rows of
Give HimSOCKS Anderson. tulle and lace. Her veil of Illusion Mary Sue Epperson !
Members of Circle No. 2, Mrs. World Outlook. attract: !
had worn with a halo effect -' little four-year-old daughter ,J
chargeof
L. D. Green leader, were enter- Mrs. W G. Halle was
te di8t Mr. and Mrs. W
tained by Mra. W, H. Smith at the devotional service. and caught with sprays of J. EpptJ
her home at Sampson. At the conclusion of the meet- OI'ange blossoms. Her only orna- Jr., was the honored guest F

Quantities of summer flowers ing Mrs. Smith served her guestsa ment was a string of pearls, a day, May 10. when her auti C

were used In decorating the two delicious salad course gift of the bridegroom.. She car- entertained for her in celebntln
K I ried a shower bouquet of bride's of her birthday anniversary, A

roses. Summer flowers were used i|
Immediately following the cere- decorating the home for this d, C
Carolyn Callstreet mony an Informal reception wash llghtful affair. u

;.. .. The bride's table was cov- During the afternoijn lIIan
ered with a lace cloth and cen- games were enjoyed by the YOWl

HI, folks I'll be home-' his moth with the other tered with a four-tiered wedding folk. In the contest of piraiin

swoggled If I don't feel like an I Ditto for V. S. St. John Arthur 'McRae, who prior, to her marriage on May 18th cake, topped with a miniature on the donkey's tail little tj;
old seadog after all thla rain, Christine Johnson at the shootlt' I. Miss Ernestine Buddlngton of Starke. bride and bridegroom standing ward Priest was presented wlij r,
R was
Glad we had It though We i gallery, wlnnin a box o' matches at East Beach, under a white arch. Tall white a toy garden set Frankie 11m
farmers certainly did need It for with her first shot (darn It) I candles In silver candelabra balanced gan and Edwin Williams Sliilt! i

our crops Only thing I knowIt S. G. Denmark gettln' sick on; tainly has something behind those McRae-Duddington WeddingIs the central embellishment.To In entertaining the guests

35cA r isn't good for is the huggln' the swings and runnln' for the sparklers The crowd was Event of. May 18th cut the cake the bride and Mrs. G. A, Anderson and

and muggln' goin' on these balmy nearest truck with his fist In hi auper-terrlfic Bargain nightat Rhode IslandOf groom stood under a white arch R. G. Kidd assisted Mrs. Efe ,
PAIR summer evenings on the end of mouth Alice Anderson losir' the Ritz seems to be going In wound with huckleberry vine and son In serving refreshment!
It
OR 3 PAIR FOR Kingsley Lake docks Unner- her nerve on the tilt and squawkIng over with a bang Interest to( a wide circle of decorated with white wedding ice cream and cake. The bill
stand it dampens the seat o' your to get off Energetic lit- Seenaroundtown: Extra- cut< friends here is the marriage of bells. Following the cutting of day cake, which was placed onside

$1.00BOTANY. pants as well as your ardor tie Delano Thomas takln a spin little Nancy Knight watchln' the< Miss Earnestlne B u d din gton, the cake refreshments of ice table In the dining too
-- -- -- Tha carnival's gone Muchto In the gettln'-nowhere-fast autos world roll by, perched on the< daughter of J. W. Buddlngton of cream, cake, sandwiches, punch, was artistically decorated In pin! S

WRINKLE the joy of some, and the sor- 'Twas all too amusing outside of her granildaddy's of. Starke, and Arthur McRae, son and mints, were f served. The refreshments and white. Four burning pin

PROOF row of others Hear It didn't For everyone 'cept some of our flee window sillElaine Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, repeated the chosen birthday candles lopped the cal N

TIES get far away, though, and at the leading business men who clair breezln' down to the p.o.,, also-of Starke, which took place color scheme of pink and white. Those present to enjoy the it
that a carnival makes dollars die- sunshine after a two and Miss Vesta ernoon with Mary Sue wet!<
the Mrs. Andreu
present time Is squattln' on the enjoyln Saturday, May 18th, at the Bud-
$1.00 outskirts of Brooker From a appear quicker than Houdini day rain-spree Arthur Grlffls dlngton's summer home at East McRae, sister of the bridegroom, Agnes and Julia Lawson, BOOb
could In a little expert and Wiggins, M a I' l Ion Harrlnirlo,
news standpoint, I hated to see Indulgln' Beach, Quonochontaug, Rhode assisted in.serving caringfor
PAJAMAS It go Could easily scare up Congratulations to a oouple of wlse-crackin' with J, B. Carlisle Island at four o'clock In the aft the guests. Vilda .Moore, Levy and Ceotgi
$1.25 enough Items there to fill the ex-Bradforditea Horace Wilson \- The latter clalmin his! ernoon. The Rev William Talty After spending some time with Canova, Marcus and I Florer<,

up paper Such eye-f1111n'\ sightsas elected county judge way; wooden ice-tubs were made outti of the Wakefield Baptist Church their guests Mr. and Mrs. McRae Brown, Richard Kldd, hasp: |
Candy Dennis and Margaret down yonder in Levy And pieces of the Mayflower, or sum performed the Impressive ring left for their wedding trip which Duncan Norman Canova, Richa'i!

ALVAREZEst. Pearce on the kiddies merry-go- Broward Lovell ditto supervisor pin" ceremony.The included a visit to the World's and Madeline Williams, Jud d;

round James Lewis on the of public Instruction In Manor Jus' thlnkln': Fore long Starke rooms were decorated witha Fair In New York City and Green, Jimmy Warren Marti:

1894 tllt-a-whlrl holdln' his head on Who'll be the first Call can play tennis at night profusion of snapdragon, white places of interest in the New Landrum, Edward Pi'lest. Syln
with one hand and his pipe In streeter to run for President'''? Thank goodness there'll be sometime Jonquils, pink tulips and fern, England States. Alvarez, Edwin Perkins, and Jasi::

when you can play without carrying out a color scheme of The, bride traveled in a marsh' Richards of ,the, State Farr
L fjUnneratand Leonard Klnchei feelln' like It's only a matter of I

had a hot time tother night seconds before you melt and rundown
I'Seems he floated away to dreamland in your shoes ., When
with 'clggle In his hand- you think how that corner hoi SPECIALSFOR
Thank You FolksFor and you know the rest Yes, Improved In the last coupla years,, JUNE 7 & 8PHONE

the bed caught on fire. 'samazing Used to be noth S. R. Johns .

I' Burned a hole In a brand nevBeautyreat in' but weeds trees, and grass

-to say nothing of Now lookit our wunnerful

nominating me as your State Sen Leonard's arm Why don' armory and the dandy courts .
you boys do like your Aunt Caro Now we can miss the ball at

ator. I appreciate this honor, and shall lyn If I get to wuntin' i a night, too Purely elementary 45PLENTY

cigar in the middle of the night, Watson, old man & Sons
put forth every effort to make you an I get up and sit in a chair to< Well so long folks See OF PARKLIO

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smoke it Yowzuh
week .
able and efficient Senator. To this endI you next SPACE
SENATOR Maines over fron Carolyn.
pledge my earnest efforts, and ask fore L. B. and moppln' up congratulations CASH AND CARRY PRICES NEAR TIIE S A. L DErOT_

on his recent conquest al Raiford W. :M. U. Circle
and will appreciate your support and co- the polls Certainly has had

d operation. ;: u his share of titles-that young Met WednesdayThe PLENTY FANCY YOUNG FRYERS 25c

fellow Judge, Assistant Ralford W. M. U. Circle

State's Attorney, and now a Sen No. 2 met with Mrs. A, Dates -
ator, no less Wonder if his; Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'- Dressed or Alive Pound u : -
Gratefully yours ._ _
mall is addressed: Hon. Hon
clock. The 3rd and 4th chaptersof
Hon.? first Peter were read by the Pounds ISc |
Another country heard from: members, and study was con GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS - -

Ruth Sternberg sends a card tinued on the book, "Give Ye _
Hal Y. MainesA from way up In Raleigh, N. C., Them to Eat. The 4th chapter TOMATOES

where she's helpln' Mignon Sis was read by Mrs. J. M. Bradley Kitchen, Matches 6c

/son stage a dance revue The meeting was closed with 2 Packages 5c NO.2 CAN
Bet it'll be a good one, with those prayer by Mrs. W. E Malone. 4 _
two pooling their forces .
Wish I could ba there, Ruth Following the program, refreshments HENS Fancy Blue Rose
were served to the
An' don't forget to hurry home following members: Mrs. W. E. I Pound 17c RICE 5 Ibs. 18c(
REAL WILD I WESTRODEO when you finishVe sho do Malone, Mrs. J. M. Bradley, Mrs. ,
miss you round about .
F. G. Mills, Mrs. Roy Roberts, I
Hear Uncle
Benny Witkovsk
like to have blowed up tha works Mrs. W. H. Williams, Mrs. J. H. 3 Rolls Wisconsin State
21c
tother night Seems he was Dudley, and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Toilet Tissue 'lOc CHEESE, Lb.
a little premature in seal in' up] ,
some strawberry'' wine he was

makin' jus In case of snakebite RITZ Rib Brisket
or
Long about two o'clock In 3 Packages 2 rc
Come to KlngHley Lake July Fourth and nee the largest and I lOc Beef 2 Lbs.
the yawnin'the neighbors thought THEATRE Staleys Starch Stew,
best Rodeo ever held In.thin section Which la being BponnortMagain Hitler had 'em when the bottles I

by Iloree Druthers of Jacksonville. A fine program banIXXMI went ci-ashln', one by one STAKKK FLORmAI'ROOUAiI
prepared' for the vtholo day and a crowd of 10,000 Is Hear he saved only three outta I Sliced

expected. Come ,and bring "the whole family There will be eleven One went boom right Large Lemons Bacon Pound

fun for all.: all day long. in his hands, glvln'-him a shower Today and Tomorrow Dozen 15 C _
as messy as It was unwelcome
Take a tip from an old Double Feature
THE PROGRAM moonshiner, Uncle Ben. an' give "GHOST VALLEY HAIDERS" Swift's Premium lc
Cooking Oil 3
The pl'o&rllll'l111 Include HOMO racing. Put your bo.In the stuff plenty o' time With Donald Barry 72 Hams, center slice,

the rare-be may win the prl/e. Thf're111 be riding of Things I never noodle now:: "SAPS AT SEA"Stan Gal. C _

trained bucking horflMi and mule, calf roping, and long-horned E, II. Smith starts' a meal off Laurel ..:, Oliver Hardy
with the dessert An' he'snever
tver' wn tllng. Also Chapter 10 "The Shadow"Sun.
lived in China, either GUARANTEED TO BE TIlE BEST Tuxedo FeedsSILVER

The greatest spectacle of the day will be bulldogging of wild Hear Bill Chalker missed West ., :Man., June 9-10

cattle by real Texas 00).... Something you won't forget. Point by a quarter of an inch Claire Trevor John Wayne KING 100 POUND BAG
In height, I mean Walter Pidgron, In 78cOne $1,65
Our large stadium has great seating rapacity to accommodate II Tough luck Bill Can't you "THE DAHK COMMAND" FLOUR, 24 Lbs. Sweet Feed ___ _____.:_ _
f
the crowd. II stretch a little bit?
I Didn't know O. L. Beasley AUo Cartoon and Latent Trial With This Flour Will Convince
"MARCH 100 POUND BAG
Bathing and boating may aim be enjoyed by thecae In attendance had such a motherly strain OF TIME"Tuesday You Of Its High Quality $2.50

who wish thee form of entertainment, and a band He's raisin threa little kittens June 11 Tuxedo Edan Mash -- _
only
will be present during the day to furnlnh music for the crowd that: lost their mammy AN Relish or SaladDRESSING
ANGEL FROM: TKXAS"
Caught him
red-handed tot her
You Are Invited Don't Miss The Fun day, talkin' baby talk to 'em ..:
Touchln', Isn't It? By Rosemary Lane 'ayne Peanut Hay & Molasses $1.35
the way, this Is gettln' to be :MorrUAnd

KINGSLEY BEACH I he catty-eat column SeemsI Selected Shorn House
I: have a new cat tale 25c 100 POUND BAG
every BARGAINNIGHT
-Adults 15c: Coffee Pound
NKAU STAUKK FLORID.STAT..: ROAD NO. 48 I week. .. >> Tuxedo Special Mash $2,10

Didn't realize how good Kay "8(1., Thor*., June1313 _
Cyser was till I saw his. pitcher"That's 2 No. 2 CansGrapefruit
Fourth of July "INVISIBLE .STRIPKS" ,
Right, You'reVrong" 100 POUND BAG
15
Gees Raft -.' Juno<< Bryan Juice
Tuesday night Bet It brought C $2.10
a. lotta people to life He cer- Also Two Short Subjects j Tuxedo Scratch -__ -



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i- BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. M. L. Brownlee and daughter I O. W. White, accompanied by'fifteen' candidates to be Initiated,-Junior counselor Miss--Amy"

Madge, returned last week G. C. White of Tallahassee attended -,I was held. An election and installation Moore; secretary, Mrs Bertha : t
----- ------- from St Louis, Mo., where -
---- -- .. they graduation exercises at or officers also
--
-- I ----- -- was con- Vaughn; treasurer, Mrs. Edr-a : 3t
--- was visiting i George Flynn, Jr., Is spending Miss Lois Long: of Jackson spent a month with their daughter -I Southern College in Lakeland ducted at this time. Rehearsalfor Beers; outer sentinel, Mrs. Lola '

1.u McKinney TuesdayY this week in Gainesville with ville spent the week-end herewith and sister, Miss Mary' Brownlee. Monday of last week. Miss Carol memorial work and Junior Collins; Past state presidents; ;>I ?r

88ee I Luclan Gray. her mother. Mrs. F. H White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. graduation was held from 4:13: Mrs. Anthony Seller Mrs. Leila 'j" '

ot Archer Isot Long O, W. White, received her L. I. until 5:00: o'clock. Davis, Mrs. Ella Strickland. "
petty Stone Judge A. Z. Adklnm and 1<:. G. degree.Mr. 't "
Miss Jean :Mrs. Mae Edwards and son. The banquet at six o'clock was ,
use guest Elbert Edwards, are visiting relatives Mrs. R. E. Hazen Itf Brookerwas Maines Duncan, of accompanied Lake Butler by Hal Y. held In the Woman's' Club buildIng Woman's Club To Meet 'f 1 I ,
attended
In Orlando. the guest Saturday of her the Democratic Executive I and. Mrs. H. A Bishopand with Mrs. Inman as mUtress- i
of Is sister-in-law. Mrs. A, E. Mc- Com daughters Mrs. William C. ofceremonies.The The regular meeting of the r''
with mittee in Orlando
Conner Steve Mrs., C. W. Chalker left Tues- Kinney meeting Thursday Powell and Nina Bishop left evening meeting began at Starke Woman's Club will beheld ,' t

g this day for Gainesville, where she Wednesday for Emory at Oxford, 7:45: o'clock and was held In the Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: !
Mrs. B. M. Ga., where they attended the I o'clock In the club building with I
-- will make her home. Fu sell of Jack- Mrs. D. E. Knight left Monday Legion Hall with Mrs. Inman ;
18 the sonville is the graduation exercises. Harold the president Mrs. K G. Duncan t (
Sternberg guest of Mr. and presiding. This session was
for New York, opento I
guth City where, I
G
InRandolph Bishop received his presiding.
Sisson Mrs. P. M. diploma from "
llgnon Barefoot and other the public with a large number
Miss Mr and Mrs. E. L. Williams she will visit her son, Paul I the
friends. Academy at this time. Mrs. Frank Robinson has :
of visitors Mrs. V. ,
,'N. C. and family spent Tuesday In Willlston Knight. She was accompaniedas present Y I,
charge of the and will : I
with relatives.: far as Jacksonville by Col. P. Miller of Lakeland, State Man- program jl
Boree of .Jack- Mrs. R. T. Richard of Jack- Knight. Friends of Paul Knight will be ager, was the guest speaker for present a book review. i "j) ,

the day recently sonville was the guest the first I Interested to know thtt he was: the evening meeting.The Hostesses for the afternoon : : (
spent Mr. and Mrs. L. :
A.
ef parents. Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman Canova spent L.of the Wall week of Mr. and Mrs W. Mrs. A. V. Long'"and Mrs., P. staff one of of four the ,National selected from the national and State officers will be: Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Mrs. :1 t t..,

ennett Wednesday In Jacksonville A. Canova and daughter, Mary: Company, to be BroadcastIng pianist at- who took part in the mem- Earl Searing, lire E. L Biggs.! : j
Anne, of Gainesville Were orial ceremony were: National
I Mrs. P. W. Varnedoe of Pal- :, guests' the Television show at the New Mrs. Fate Brown Miss Ruby d If. ,J '
committeewoman
one day last week of Mrs. and State manager -
S. E.
nt-a-Word Mrs. R. G. Kldd and son. Rich- atka spent a few York World's Fair during the Lilley, and Mrs. Arthur McRae. 1 t ;
ard, and Mrs. Glen Wood days recently Brownlee and Mr., land Mrs J. Miss Abbie Holden; National I .
spent with her parents Mr. and Mrs \ summer months. He will play I
I M. Brownlee. committeewoman Miss Oils 'f'
Wednesday In Jacksonville.Mr. W. P. Smith. before the camera and microphone Crump; 2nd vice-president, Mrs OM FURNITURE MADE i! ,

ALE CHEAP-210 acres In the special viewing Vonda Inman state Mrs. LIKE NEW :; ; I
Mrs. J. H. Lord left Tuesdayfor ; Chaplin i
3 miles and Mrs. C. C. Harris
located of Miss Lunell rooms of the RCA Building.
land Perry and -
Marlon Winifred Cauthan attendant Mrs. .
re a summer vacation in Sagi- ; ,
See W. H. Gra- Green Cove Springs were busi- Perry of Jacksonville will Paul is the son of Col. and Mrs. Lowrwt "
spend Florrie Warren assistant attendant
nnu, Mich. While there she will' ; I
\\K K Alvarez Store-18 for..tALE ness visitors here Tuesday the week-end here with Miss visit relatives and friends and D E. Knight of Starke Mrs. Annie layman; musician On""rlfOl'All' i ,

iciilart, Elaine Edwards. later in the summer' will spend a Mrs Mildred Rivers; association -
G. C. White: of Tallahassee\ Mrs. J. T. Guy and Miriam WorkAT
500 ten- while in Fenton, M ch., and Virginia musician. Mrs. Maude '
-- :
CHEAP spent a few days recently with Mrs. W. H. Perkins Is spending Guy left last week for Durham, Andrews; 1st associate captain
Minn.
tracts for strawberry or unim- his mother Mrs. J. W. White. I some time in Lakeland with her N. C., where they attended the Mrs. Jewell Bray; 3rd, associate. FRED.ERICKS-

tng Improved Harrell son-in-law and daughter, Mr and' Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald has returned graduation exercises a t Duke :captain Mrs. Belle Avans state ,
d. Easy terms. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent lost I Mrs. R. V. Trask. I I University, at which time John ; FURNITURE IIOSI'ITAL '1
Lawtey, Fla. to her home In Tampa historian, Mrs. Eula Ballitntlne ,
swards, week In Tampa with her parents Guy received his master's degreeIn ; "
5-31 5tp Mr.. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. after spending a few days with the School of Education. They ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and I her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I ; i iI
.cD NEW .- Rem Ingtone sons, Harold and Edward, ojf and Mrs M. F. Brown She was were accompanied as far as
I
Mrs. W. S. Stroman has returned Fountain, N. C. by Miss Lois Ad- ,
Model No., 5VrReguUr Oviedo )
typewriter, were recent guests of Mr. I accompanied home by Mrs.
after spending some time kinA, who will visit friends there.
price $49.50 and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Brown who remained 1 for a short
PRICE this month only In Jacksonville with relatives I visit. ; I Before returning home Miss Ad- Announcement' :
\L
kina will also visit friends In
desired. Brad- Mrs.
Terms If E. S. Matthews is spend.
C.. P. Nicholson of Cedartown points in Virginia.
county Telegraph, agents ing sometime in Orlando with her Friends of A. C. Long of Wash .1
Ga., spent the week-end here .
mlngton portable typewrit- son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and ington, D. C., son of Judge and 'H
with Mr. and Mrs. L.
D. Vining. Mrs H. B. McLendon.Mrs. Mrs. A. V. Long'of Gainesville, District Woodman Meeting This Is to announce the opening of a Tuesday \ .

and grandson of \'jMro. S. E. Held Here FridayThe '" :, ,
Col. and Mrs. J.
:rreal nice furnished DeLand E. Futch of C. A. Knight and Mrs. R. Brownlee of Starke, will be Interested and Friday practice at the Starke Hotel. I I
were guests last week- :
mod-
All
airs apartment. F. Demorest are spending this to learn that he sailed Northeast District of the ,oJ
See Mrs. S. end of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown
I conveniences. lee. week in Apopka as guests of Mr. last week fro mWashlngton to Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle The most important thing to know about : '
any
Loans, corner Washington and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. London England where he will held Its annual meeting In the' !.
ue and Walnut Street, transact business for the Texaco Legion Hall last Friday, the
It H. A. Lawson spent Sunday in -- -- disease I Is it's CAUSE. "The next most i ?
Auburndale. He was Miss Evelyn Stump left Sun- 011 Company. morning session beginning at I

|-Several head of cattle of his father accompaniedhome H. O. Law- day for Daytona Beach to attend -- 10:30: o'clock At this time regis- important Is how to locate and correct : 'i'
the Zeta Tau Alpha housepartyand Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr., who tration was made of the State'
ed I AAA. Mark: upper bit, son. province convention. has spent the past year In hollyWood and District officers and of the : that CAUSE so that Natural* laws can be :
[low fork underbit split Cal., with her .soninlawand delegates from Starke, Jacksonville i
reward. No- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and I
bit Liberal The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dale Palatka, Sanford, Lakeland, fulfilled.
|A. A. Annis Lawtey. Itp Miss Jean Davis spent last Thurs- I
day In Gainesville and toot: Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Van SIckel, and Mrs. A. F. Tampa. Perry Dunnellon, Fellowship ,
Archer.
Sauls who has spent the past Ocala Trenton Sparr Island -
daughter;
IsALE Farm, farm tools While In Archer Madge Brownlee spent
:- they were guestsof Chiropractic SCIENTIFICALLY APPLIED '
Tuesday in Jacksonville. several weeks in 'Los Angeles, Grove Gainesville, Alnchua, l .
R. F. Mrs. Davis'
hold furnishings. mother, Mrs. Cal., visiting her son-in-liiw and High Springs, Lake City Live

k. ltp Emma Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae I daughter, Mr. and Mrs Jack Oak Welboin Madison and Lake locates and removes the CAUSE of disease I :

Prather, and another daughter Butler.
and J'
W. Buddington have
returned -
after spending some timeIn Miss Louise Snyder, returned to I Mrs. Maude Andrews district thereby adding years to life and i iI'

East Beach, Rhode Island. their respective homes here yes- president, called the meeting to I ,
HOTEL LEAMINGTON
-- terday. order with the Jacksonville degree years. ,
--
__ I staff seating the officers :
Mrs. Hubert Priest and son I : ,
N E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard Edward, and Mrs, Jesse New- Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin )National and State officers were, ;
Mrs. Carrie Rttch. and Mlsa Annie awarded honors and the i
opening
(herlooking Park and some and children spent Tues- i -*- ;
Bayfront Biscayne Bay day afternoon in Gainesville.Mrs. Darby attended the bacca- ceremony was conducted, after I t

Opposite Union Bus Station laureate sermon of the Robert E. which the Juniors from Starke Hotel'I, 4 4"and

T. J. Griffin and Mis. Lee High School at the Riverside and Jacksonville held their meet

MIAMI FLORIDAe Carrie Ritch spent Thursday of Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville ing.
last week in Jacksonville with Sunday. Thursday they attended State officers from Starke are Dr. T. J. -

| Block From ShoppingDistrict And Amusements Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. the graduation exercises Mrs Vonda Inman and Mrs. I t
of the school In the'Duval County Maude Andrews District officers -

SUMMER: RATES UNTIL DECEMBER Miss MarJorie,Stump left Mon Armory. Miss Gloria Johns, from Starke Grove are Mrs. I CIIIROI'KACTOIl '
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crosby, vice-president, and
Ie Room with ISuth-91.50: ; Double Room with Hath-$3.00MIAMI'S day for Tallahassee where she I IIii
will be pianist In the wedding ofa Griffin, and formerly of Starke, i Mrs Eunice Wilson attendant Tuesdays and Fridays Starke
and Tom Ritch .non of Mrs. Car- | The afternoon session begun
MOST POPULAR HOTEL school friend. Miss Dot Atkin-
son. rle Rltch were members of the 'at 1:43: o'clock ut which time the

actuating; class. regular ritualistic meeting with

Misses Ruth and Edith Rowed II

are spending today in Jackson-

NAT SEZ: ville in-law.their j

ter-
It's still a week off but I thought Rowe. r 1

m P If I start reminding you early -- wr .

i you might remember that' a week Mrs. M. Strode and Mr. Harry ,n, "

t from Sunday Li Father' Day.You'll Strode of Plant City were guests '
of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Monday C.
him
probably want to give
Ward and Mr. and Mrs. John
Home little old noniethln', so Uglow. can

don't put It off until the lust .

minute. Come in
jour selection, we'll lo up thn Valdosta Ga., were guests the

package for you real purty-no first of last week of Mrs. Sey cook I I

extra charge for the trlmmins. mour's Williams.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat : )


---- -
:
Just ""'".w 'yt
Arrived Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tyner of 7 .

New Shipment of r I 1 Williston, and Miss Amelia The June bride of 1940 doesn't demonstration of cookery 1 j _t

Sneller of Montbrook were guests have to worry about her shortcuts wonderful new j
MMER TIES f fY Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. cocking She con coo*-extremely dishes and meals prepared t ;

.wy, lNk McKinney well yet with a the electric way.
Are Very Attractive50c f, Is= ('freedom from drudgery lypl- Lucky man that 1940 bride

Mr and Mrs. Stanley Bennett cal! of her modem, gracious groom. He'll congratulate

J have returned after spendingsome I way of living. himself on his good fortune
; time in Augusta Ga., with I For m her new home she will when he sits down to the
Mrs. Bennett's grandmother, Mrs. have electric cookery sale bride's 1'rst meal... and again
simple, clean and sure. And when he discovers how little
T. Z. Sword.
Manhattan the will call on a Sunshine it costs to cook the modem
I. I: ''Service Home Adviser for a lectnc way.
Mr. and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones,

andkerchiefs Miss Elise Jones, and Darby w. '
X Jones have spent the past two [ ( f Lt

Pw-wlth his initials- weeks at the T. Dell cottage on J

.1In. a box Kingsley Lake '
J. G. SPENCER, Manager ,

"First Mate" A Buckles of the
$$1.00 1
Gold Head Branch State Park N

Fzr.,,', Day" surely finJi Falter happy, "Navy" was by to see us last : RI

---- For obese ties will arrays look snappy.i Saturday morning and subscribed _

i i Hickok 7hey'reWenrbleyNor-Past'. to the Telegraph.Mrs. _

elt Its N ever or treated. -H. Lawson child- ,
Buckles winkled Wie....tMJf tUCTttCCOOMITIStl ( ) _
Sir.', really */ h her Pappy I ren and Mrs. Julia Eastman
spent Sunday In Lake Butler with ( It llttll II Ot I

d d Tie Chains Dad wdl appreciate she ,rrinkl.red.ring Mrs. Lawson's parents, Mr. and Qil'T I r .

feature of Wembley NOR-EAST :Tie,. Mrs. C. H. Register.Mrs. ." /
'
tl> .hob. 01'01 F"
'Their' allusive Prieatl.y fabric i isSOc dg
thon
Initialed ) III IHIII'I' ll'l'lllltlilSEE ,,,
loomed by Mtrtt proc*.. that keeps Carmen Daukazli and Mrs.

O & them l looking fr hljr Dew, gleefully Beckwith, en route from St. YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER !
$1 00 dr.p ,free fiomwrinlclo.ina,faiiMl>Gee Petersburg to Grand Rapids

e him several l WtmbUjr NOR.EASTS ft.oo. Mich, were guests Tuesday of n ,

-----.- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.Mr. .

Ili Can't You Go Wrong 4 t0li bIi7 .-;and; Mrs. G. A. Anderson I OUT-OF-STATE FRIENDS TO :"
Give
Him A and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson NVITE f"

NoyST and family of Jacksonville / !
ENJOY FLORIDA THIS SUMMER
temberg ShirtS spent last week-end at the Ep r ,
Lake.
fB person cottage on Kingsley 1

Miss Etta c GET FREE SUh1NER.GRAM CARDS AT FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY OFFICE! ; ..I
--- $1.00 ......_ Mrs A. H. Frlpp, '
: .-_ IT MADE 'RIUTLEY'S Frlpp, and Miss Pauline Boyd /.t
} returned to their home In ,: of
FABRICS have
IL
; ._ $2O0Sternberg's NON.CRUSH \ ,
Hardeeville. S. C.. after enjoyinga Ae
-
visit here with Mr and Mrs.

I L. G. Powell and L. C. Powell t

I They were accompanied home by J

I[ Mrs. Powell who will Islt there s e e '

for some time.





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TELEGRAPH STAttKE, FLORIDA FRIO.\, JI11Q
BKU>FORD COUNTY 7,
SIXFARMERS' -----



I SECTIONRURAL .I Mathews Pleased With PasteurizerShown I LIVE- -STATE--' NEWS I SIGN tween Clewlston.CONTRACT the United A new Statta t ::1Irat&,


Corporation
NAMED IN DEFENSE SPOTLIGHT and
ZACH DOUGLAS IndPPl'Den1:! t
Cone Jacksonville,-The WPA's construction growers of the :
Governor
Clel\11tOJl
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Tallahassee Zach Douglas of Gainesville program on airports, met with the fullest,
appointed a
airbases, armories and campsistes the latter **
COMMON SENSE. r to the newly created post group ,this,
5747053.(
for Alachua County. In Florida aggregates the terms wit '
of attorney of
PROPER USE OF LAND CLUB LEADERSHIPBy State Administrator Roy Schroder the new to

bend Ruby McDavid I SHIPPED disclosed. Of the total, 53,349- were compared with! th
Farmers of Florida are MELONS ARE previous 011
District Home Agent A 41flitti 972 will be furnished by the government agreements
effort to develop ana Three cars of Lake believe
ing every N ; t ev Leesburg,- and $2,394,973 by spon that the new
agriculture which will be more The desire to be of real ser County watermelons said to be sors. "This work Includes the U. prove more beneficial to*sop
vice has made our women and first ehlpped from Florida Corporation '
make the the Jacksonville and
profitable, which will S. naval alrbase in then
girls enrolled in home demonstration this season, are on their way base at asmuch as the !
farm a place capable under proper and 4-H club work leadersin north. Heavy shipments from the Southeastern army for cane Is schedule of r
work
and
managment of yielding an abund- their communities.It this area begin about June 10. Tampa; navy army West Pensa- than in the former sUbstantially]
done at Key ,
ant living. Aided by county Is through club work that being no penalties for contract,
Crest-
cola and Elgin Field near
exceed!
rural cooperation Is taught and CHARGES e
demonstration agents DENIES SPY are Imposed
and home at St.
, Is developed In view, U. S. coast guard
rural leadership
and, workers of many other have home 1 Mlaml-Percy Wyly II. special Petersburg as well as the Miami
counties where we
the In charge of the Federal municipal -,WANT WORK: HOME
agent and other
state and federal agencies, they demonstration agents today, lead here master airport Gt B
,
Bureau of Investigation landing areas and facilities Clearwater,-With
; that and
' are attacking the problems ership among the women all tile
that
said unfounded rumors pro Schroder said. about "fifth
remarkable In the state, columns"
with changing girls is showing a I'aiJ1I1&
have come rapidly minent Floridians had been arrested public
development this being especiallytrue above with his recently Installed pasteurizing equip- I pulse to a new blgb C
N world conditions, and are gradually I suspicion of espionage
on CHANCE water doesn't
WANTS .ANOTHER Intend
demands be'
such increased Model Palry. 10
since of Mathews
ment Is Roy R. Mathews, proprietor embarrassing n
undoubtedly I
which seem were
evolving plans have been made on the recently announced that he Is now in activity Tallahassee,-Herbert Goddard napping by any aggrellOr! ,

1t4 4 r' most desirable from the standpoint agents' time. The local women This market progressive for whole dairyman milk which he la willing to buy from innocent persons. has: asked the Supreme Court to Clearwater Police Pistol Cta

of both the present and the and girls through their councils, the this connection It BITTEN reconsider its decision condemning organized a "third line of J
In
HANDLER
who meet state requirements. SNAKE tense"
future. realize they must take a larger I producers will him to die for killing 17- ready to Cooper

In recent studies made by share of responsibility for extending has been stated that the Farm Security Administration Ocala,-Bitten by a rattlesnakeat year-old Frances Ruth Dunn of other towns against pane

county and district agents of the the home demonstration I make loans for the purchase of dairy cattle, and Bradford the Reptile Institute where he Miami. The bogus movie talent Invasion or belligerent !talumn

4. State. Agricultural Extension Ser program, and allow more time for. County farmers might give the production of milk serious consideration was employed as assistant snake scout, who lured his victim and activities. AS another

vice poor soils* and low yields the agent to develop work along' as an added source of revenue. Mr. Mathews Is handler David ,Boyer, 33, is In another girl from Miami with toward home defense, !pets!

't have been high on the list of new or emergency lines. highly pleased with his pasteurizing plant and finds that ills serious condition In a hospital promises of a screen test, contended approved by the PIMIU

what farmers believe to be the In 1939 a total of 1,15 women customers have given pasteurized milk a cordial reception. here. Boyer is employed as an the Supreme Court disregarded of county commissioners lib

main problems causing low farm and girls assisted home demonstration assistant to Rosa Allen, operatorof precedent In upholdinghis Ing circulated asking the fJ

g Incomes. Fortunately Florida, agents as voluntary local II the Reptile Institute. He was death sentence. The rehear government to establish I

along with the Nation. is becoming ,leaders In forwarding the extension Travel Credit Plan Rubber Trees PlantedOn reported to have been bitten bya ing petition was filed by J. W. Guards in every commUni!

land-conscious as never be program. In order to help Offered East Coast three-foot rattler of the diamond Salisbury, Goddard's court-ap the United StatesTEACHERS
Be
fore. Exploitation is fast disappearing these leaders become more efficient Will back variety. He was bitten pointed attorney, wbo said the

y and conservation is replacing 134 training meetings were .By Many Railroads Growing concern over possible on the hand. justices were "primarily motivated P.PRon;

it. Encouraged by the held with an attendance of 3,370.In I spread of the European war, by the evidence of guilt" Tallahassee Florida c .

Agricultural Adjustment Administration selecting these leaders great Into recent news comes an announcement which undoubtedly would seri SPRINGS OWNER DIES and disregarded the question of cannot build up a BUrp]

Florida farmers are care has been taken to appoint that will bring cheerto ously affect the rubber supply of Ocala,-C. (Ed.) Carmichael, fairness In Goddard's trial at i school funds by undlp
of
planting tens of thousands of only those women and girls who the hearts of the legions wantto the United States, caused the U. 70, owner of Silver Springs died West Palm Beach last fall. : teachers. Attorney *.

acres of legumes both summer have established creditable dem.onstratlon' substantial Americans who the S. Bureau of Plant Industry to at Munroe memorial hospital here George Couper Gibbs ruled

and winter, and following other In their own homes. travel but "can't" spare intensify their experiments with following an illness of ten weeks. MUST HAVE CARDS new school code provides tt

practices which save the soils Instead Leadership among the older 4- money Just now. The announcement to millions the growing of rubber trees here.A He was a pioneer citizen of Mar Live Ooak,-"Get your Social [County can receive from

of deplete them. II club girls has been undertakenIn brings assurance "1940 Is few trees of the Nevea lon county, primary developer of Security account number cards State school appropriation
the slogan,
Serious study Is being givento a rather Interesting way in the that America Year" really type, today's principal source of Silver Springs, owner of the ready now if you plan to workin more than It budgets for tali

problems of land use in nine formation of alumnae clubs in Travel after all. From rubber have been set out near Silver Springs court hotel and the Live Oak and other tobacco Under the school code, he i

counties and similar studies will several counties. Membership of means something travel Homestead and indications pointto other valuable properties, and warehouses," advised Robert "if a county decides to

be made In others as time per- these clubs consist of girls too now on, you can literally successful raising of the was for many years chairman of B. Watson, manager of the for teachers' salaries an

mits. Farmers and farm women, old to be active in the group of and pay later. plant. In the eventuality that the board of Marlon County Com Social Security Board's ..Tallahassee : less than that to which It .

assisted by those who perhaps younger girls, and still too youngto A Travel Credit Plan, sponsored the Nevea tree does not flourish missioners.BIG Field office In a state- I titled under the apportion

have a slightly better technical enjoy active membership In by 66 great railroads, government agents are preparedto ment to the newspapers this of State funds, then Its thai

knowledge of soils, are giving the clubs for women. The counties makes possible the purchase of offer the goldenrod, a source BEAR KILLEDSt. week. "Representative warehousemen the State funds Is automat:1

practical thought and direction have various standards for railway trips and tours in the discovered by the late ThomasA. Augustine,- A cattle-killing have Informed us that, diminished to the amount
towards the objective of finding admission to membership but their same manner .that you buy your budgeted.
Edison. bear was shot by a hunting party inasmuch as the law requires
the best possible use for every object Is the same: To assist. In car o r radio-on convenient .
led Louis and Rufus
Dupont
Agents believe that the tree by them to report the Social Security
acre of land in the county and furthering 4-H club work and to monthly payments.The .
Stratton in the southern section 50 PERCENT WIN OfT
will readily adapt Itself to FlorIda account number of each
of endeavoring to get the land help members to find Jobs obtain plan which becomes effective
soil and claim that the climatic of St. Johns County. The animal worker on their payrolls they will Tallahassee- 1939 '
used for the best purposes.M. further education, or carry on May 20th, is exceedingly
of Florida was the largest killed In this lature criticized I
user conditions are require that everyone who works sharply by
The
L. Wilson, director of the long-time and In comprehensive their homes demonstrations and simple. to prospective the ticket officeof more suited to the tree than any section In many years and for them this season present a Fred P. Cone and vlgorouiljj
merely goes
National Extension Service who over other point on the North American weighed 650 pounds. The hunts Social Security account numberfor fended by Its own offj
communities. the co-operating railway
spoke recently in the South,' ald: said earlier in the the
wishes to travel continent. men day their Inspection and recording scored better than :50 pen
"),fost of us agree that If In Older girls, of course, are facing whose lines he bear had killed and devoured a members who
Watson said. returning
at Mr. .
or to a travel agent and makes Rubber prices now range ,
some magic way every acre of the matter of leaving their still In the
near
cow a turpentine
re-election for the 1941 Led
application for credit in the from 14 to 18 cents per pound,
land In the United States couldbe communities for college. Very
section.
the with rubber still Espanola PILOT TRAINING COSTLY ture. Unofficial reports on 1 1day's
amount of the cost of proposed goldenrod remaining -
put to Its best use, everyone often they do not like to give
trip or tour. If the routine at about 30 cents per Washington,-The Navy esti second Democratic pm
would be much better off and up their club work altogether, NEW USE FOR HAIR
our standard of living and the even though their lives become credit inquiry Indicates an abilityto pound due to the expensive extraction mates the cost of training pilotsin on May 7, showed 32
Clearwater, Elmer Doud, members renominated out o
meet monthly payments he is process.
character of rural life would be full of other worthwhile
very Florida under the new defense
Tarpon Springs barber has a who ran, 17 defeated and
notified that his ticket is ready
Our 4-H Club at
infinitely higher. Landuseplan things. College
will be $20,500,000 a
driveway at his Ozona home program Foi'ty-four K
ning has the prospect of being a Tallahassee Is an example. of fine for him. The ,only contact in I Short Courses 'ar. This testimony on a $20- unreported.
paved with human hair The y members did not seek reno
connection with the applicationis
kind of fertilizer that will revitalize -'Interest of the group in carryingclub
000.000 of naval air
with the ticket or travel agent, Slated for 400 hair is mingled ,with sand and expansion tlon. On the Senate side
this new agricultural civilization work further for themselves
gives the road a firm surface facilltlea on the Peninsula was nomination was asked by r.
just as though the ticket were ,
which I confidentis and others.
am 4-H Girls
being purchased for cash. The Boys, Mr. Doud said. The hair-sur made public today by the House the 19 incumbents whose t
going to grow out of the present The training our 4-H club members Appropriations Committee. With
.' application Is passed upon within Nearly 900 Florida 4-H club face defies rain and sun, as wellas expire.
period.
receive makes them feel the the Florida construction items
twenty-four hours. and ordinary wear. Moss was ,
girls boysre expected to
responsibility of helping to develop of NEW TRACT SCHtDtTJf\:
and other features the naval
first tried the but
Use of the-Travel Credit Plan take special short course instruction .on driveway,
the home demonstration
requires no collateral-only the during the week of June 3, rotted. Then Mr. Doud tried program, the Navy's supply bill Nort11bountlNo.2Due
program in their own communi signature of the Individual. The it is announced by the State human hair and it matted well for the year beginning July 1 Starke 6:13: a

cost of the proposed trip, however Agricultural Extension Service. with the sand and held firm. went to a Senate-House confer No. 108-Due Starke 6.21 p|
ties.Wild ence committee. The Navy expects SouthboundNo.
must total $50 or more to
Some 350 of the girls assembled 1 Due Starke 10:33 p
Cotton Plants be eligible for purchase on credit. NEW LIVESTOCK MARKET to spend $4,000,000 for expansion -
at State College for WomenIn of the Pensaloca station, No. 107-Due Starke 9.20 No down is I
payment required. Sanford-A livestock
proposed
Being Eradicated Tallahassee on Saturday June Starke-IIell Branch
$9,500,000 for training facilities
There Is a nominal service charge 1, for a full week of Instructionand auction market, planned as an at Jacksonville and Banana River No. 101-Leaves Starke 11]
for the credit accommodation.It .
,. Unhearalded and addition to the present facilitiesof
unsung a Inspirational training given
e Sunday.
$3,500,000 for additional facilitiesat daily except
t4. corps of federal employees in ex Is'predlcted that the largest by Miss Mary E. Keown and the Sanford Farmers' Market, Miami, and $3,000,000 for a No. 102-Arrives Starke
use of the Travel Credit Plan will seems assured after a conference
treme southern Florida is waginga members of her state home dem
trade school at Jacksonville. m.
be for vacations and other p.
recreational last week between William L.
'k t eM battle to save the Southern onstration staff. 0 n Monday I
w cotton Industry from, the constant trips and tours, althoughthe June 3, around 325 4-H boys Wilson, director of State Markets

threat of a dangerous In- service is Intended to cover from practically every county I.I and a.group of Interested citizensat FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

festatlbn by the pink bollworm. any form of railway travel. where county agent work Is conducted the Chamber of Commerce Many,Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to prod Credit is
V\ This army Is endeavoring to not necessarily confinedto gathered at the University | here. The local group*was author EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICI

v eradicate all wild cotton plants the coat of transportationalone. of Florida for a week of Intensive ized to contact the district WPA
\ \ vNow It may be, used for Pullman MODERATE PRICES
growing around the southern rim Instruction and recrea- supervisor to formulate plans for

of this state. accommodations, all expense tion directed by'R. W. Blacklock, Immediate construction. DeWITT C. JONES

Pink bollworm one of the most tours, which usually include state boy's club agent. with the Starke, Florida

destructive cotton pests known, hotels and meals, specified side Extension Service. SHORT CROPS PAY OFFLakelandAlthough
trips, and any service that Is sold
was first discovered in the east Facilities of both State a sharp
Collegefor
belt in through the railroad ticket of- drop in citrus sales
ern cotton 1932, when it fice. Women and the University of was reportedlast

you was found on wild cotton In Dade Florida will be enjoyed by the week, Florida growers have
County. A check showed that collected nearly $4,500,000 more
girls and
boys during their
CLUB GIRLS AND I1OVSATTEND an '
the insect was infesting wild cot- nual for "on the tree" fruit than at D
short
4-H COURSES; courses. They will
cant afford ton bolls from Miami around the ; this same stage of the season
in
Leading 4-H club girls and boys stay the dormitories, just as
coast to Terra Ceia. last year, according to figures' t
from 40 counties are attendingtheir regular term students do, and eat
The pest was found also attacking in the just released by the Florida
college cafeteria and dining
annual short courses this
cultivated cotton in several Citrus Commission. This in t
I week at State College for Women room.
counties of northern Florida. spite of the fact that at least 25 I
The State Plant Board and U. S. and the University of Florida. Girls will pay particular attention percent less fruit has been marketed Do Your Tradingwhere
Instruction inspiration and recreation -I In their studies this year to
Bureau of
Entomology and Plant this year. Excellent auction
to buy Quarantine Immediately Inaugurated are featured In these 'what the farm family receives prices, which soared because 6 pieces Rogers Silverware l

events, among the most impor- from the land resources. Nearly -10 in trail
$
a cooperative eradication of the damaging freeze are making given away with every |
I tant of the year's work for the 100 women, members of the
project which proved quickly ef- this season one, of the mostsuccessful or certificates.Are .
NEW TIRES// fective. The quarantine was removed youngsters enrolled with their State Council for Senior Home in years. Redeemed

In October 1936. county and home demonstration Demonstration Work, will hold In c GARAGE

Probably the only thing that agents. their annual session In conjunction WPA FORCES REDUCED You ChoSMITH'S
Governor A. G. Black of the with the"girls' short ,
saved the cotton industry from course. Jacksonville,-State WPA Ad- STARKE, FLORIDA1Il1..IIMI.IIIIIIII"U''II"'I.I"I""llllltn'"I'"II
Farm Credit Administration Is Principal theme of the boys' : I
general infestation between 1932 mlnistrator Roy Schroder said
and 1936 was a barrier formed scheduled to talk to the boys Friday short course ,will be conservationof that the WPA .fiSJym
by employment '
morning (June quotaIn !!!!!'. ' 1I11I111UI'UIIII."IIWIIIIIIIIII""MIIIIIIIIIII''UII""III'n"' '' '''!'' M
7) He la the soil to the
the absence of according program '
cotton Florida
plantings in of 26,000 workers for II I AIIWI WIYNNWNaIWIIIYIWNpYIIYIIWIWYOIYWYIIYWWIW1aWIGIIWMWWIWWYWYW' '" ' ,NIIWWYWIIYIWIIW1aNWWIIWIYI'
NIISII.IIIIISTAIDARD southern Florida says A. C coming to Florida for a membership now being prepared by June represents a net reductionin

Brown of the State Plant Board. meeting of the Florida Blacklock. During the week Bernard personnel of 12,800 from the

In recent years the effect of the Council of Cooperatives at Lake Joy of the USDA Extension quota in January when the total
barrier land later the same day. Service will conduct a special
has been weakened by was 39,000 workers. Due to
plantings of Sea Island cotton in The two sessions, conducted by course on 4-H organization for emergency conditions in February

southern counties, and Brown Agrlcultura 1 Extension Service county agents. the employment total ad.

sees danger as a result at least staff workers will close Friday Civic clubs county commissioners vanced 5OOO under a special assignment .. i

until federal forces are successfulin night. school boards and other but since then the I 4

Why take chance with old. complete eradication of the organizations and Individuals have trend has been definitely downward

smooth tires or re-treads i wtl J cotton. I Nautically". SpeakingHe contributed free scholarships for from the high peak .of 44-
"While : .VIll you sail with me on the who have done
: a few individuals have youngsters, 000 four months ago.
when
you can get brand. the of "
sea ?
matrimony
Insisted work the
upon making plantingsin outstanding during past i
new Pennsylvania Standards this dangerous area many I She: "Yes after you've made year. REPUBLICANS SPLIT,

at such sensational public spirited citizens have refrained a ord.raft of money."-Chelsea Rec Jacksonville,-Florida has two

money-laving prices! Built sometimes at considerable IIALE RESIGNS POST sets of state Republicans, each

to stand the sacrifice, from jeopardizing dured. But progress resulted Arthur B. Hale of Tampa, claiming the other Is illegal. C.

gaffyoucan't the Industry by making plantings and now small seedling cotton chairman of the Florida State H. McNulty of Melbourne, who

buy as much mileagefor which would probably afford the plants are about the only kind Road Department during the headed the Florida executive

the money anywhere bollworm a means of Invading found. I Governor Fred P. Cone administration committee last year, was elected

el... 0 Be the cotton belt." The pink bollworm is still present : since Us inaugural In chairman of one group at a meet

smart-get i In 1932 the eradication task In the region however, and I January, 1937 last week resigned ing here and William M. Goberof DR. A. W. BLOODWORTHOPTOMETRIC

;yourself these big new appeared hopeless Brown says probably will be until the last : press dispatches from the Tampa was named chairmanof

PENNSYLVANIASIConway's but almost unbelievable progresshas wild cotton bush has been re- State Capitol stated. The resignation the rival committee at a meeting EYE SPECIALIST

been made. Wild cotton moved. Recent Inspections have: was one of the undated In Tampa. The Gober group

Service trees as high as 25 feet were en shown the pest to be in Dade kind required, by the administration repudiated the old executive committee Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy

countered clean-up forces were and Monroe counties and at Madeira operative at the pleasureof after questioning legalityof 5 IlL
P.
Station & towed from key to key on houseboats i Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to
GarageLacy Point, Cape Sable, Lake the Governor. There was no the manner In which delegates
and other things characteristic Monroe and other points In the comment from either Governor to the Republican national I 44laro
Conway, Manager of jungle life were en- Florida Bay area. nlantlaaWWnsmneAWannA. na_AmmmAnWa __.. _." ,'''nnnmmAm' m"III'III'nlloiiii'it."lGlIDii ''''''''- ,, .
Cone of Hale it stated. convention
Mr. was were chosen.'
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, x F; 7 1910 BRADFORD COUNTY
J1. TEIJSGRAril.
f, = STARKE FLORIDA
PACE SEVEN
[f ure. What is happening is a con '

sequence of this disregard of the BROOKER ChiropractorHere I .
ob Jones I Daisies Tell This Time own training, the reserve officers : '
laws of God. Let our nation By Sim. L. L. Parker 4'
take heed that we do not go Twice A WeekDr. called to duty !In this new ,1 'I'( 1 ",

the same way. Well, folks, the circus is in move by the war department will ,

'Oil TABERNACLE town-will be all this week. So T. J Welden, a graduate be given actual command of platoons ; ; ''I

tot enlB On Here"g'ereaftfr Last Friday and Saturday don't forget to come and bring of the famous Palmer Chiropractic I I ", ,,'I ;

p nights large crowds the kiddies, and it's lots of fun School of Davenport Iowa, Applicants for this detail must I I :
enjoyed the
'ek of the services conducted by Rev. Paul for the grown ups, too will conduct a Tuesday and Friday be under 30 years of age and, / J I.'I''
fifteenth verse practice In Starke, must have :
It received :
tot the Weber' and his family Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Will Clemons was original commission I
"
; of "
hut( c/1aptpr/ of the Gospel Weber and her daughter, Lois, and niece Jannie Mae Quarrells announced this week. within the past six years, I .r I; f

Chi read: "When JesusPrecelVl.'d played the Swiss bells and the of Miami were visiting in Brooker He has established a prac- and must be able to pass a physical ; :

*e that they musical glasses. Lois also last week. tice in Jacksonville which embraces examination equivalent to ;: ; r r, "

ore sang f the combined experienceof that given for regular army of- If'; I J
several beautiful
him by Although
She of
bothg ana take songs. hasa part our season'scrop ficers. I ..
come of years practice In Florida :t, i' :t
king, he de- charming voice and sings with Is gone it does not mean
Off to make him a spiritual understanding. that the work Is done. It's Just : and Georgia. He Is a charter Previous training during the ''r i I i ,

again into a mountain Mr. Weber delivered beginning with Fordhooks and member of the Chiropractic past year will not bar reserve officers >,
two
TH most in- fine Research Society' and from this detail. .t
This is corn. Around I I Georgia
,
] 18,000
*. "t alone gospel messages which resultedin hampers of '
"IIHt Jesus Christ came'la some definite decisions for beans left Brooker by truck and Neurocalometer and X-Ray Club. W6 Reserve officers are advised to 'I? : ,I

heaven to this earth Christ. Some wished to rededicate only 3 hampers by rail, besides I Dr. Welden wishes to state make application for this' duty 'rr I '
Other peo- that the latest Scientific system t through their normal I 'I;
on the cros their lives to the Lord while our strawberries, squash and ) military }, "Ii
I
I: to this world to potatoes. H P. of Chiropractic will be rendered, channels Those officers residing: : ,
al'e come others took the Lord Jesus Christ Gainey sold 3.- I J ,"
lIe came to die. Primarily, as their saviour. 780 hampers of beans himself, i'I employing the use of the Neuio- s a e In or near cities where there anti ,t.1 j

Christ did not come here and says, "The price was fair." calometer and X-Ray. The Neu- reserve i headquarters may securee:;; ) ,\ L f ';;'
Mar how to live. Neither Sunday night the service was localometer reveals In degrees of application blanks at those head : : ,
h, C ch men primarily to be an in charge of Raymond Gomes. Enjoy Blrthiluy I'urty heat the amount of pressure quarters. Others should write to ,

en'r. e come does teach us His subject was based on the Mrs. Fred Hazen entertaineda present on the affected nerves. their respective commanding \ ,r;
' ,,Ie Jesus fifth chapter of I small group of friends with a The '
John. X
And -Ray the
He was the ones serves two-fold 'Icers for application blanks. :
,,
3mof i to live of history. He centered the thought of knowing bridge party Friday afternoon. purpose of first, locating the subluxated of'I''I'

( character as no other man Christ. The titles of three books 'I The living room and dining room vertebrae. Secondly of Human SalvageThe ,
Ot speak were beautifully decorated f !
tiifr performed mlr- formed the outline: "The Man I with showing unmistakably how these
He "
I
,poke flowers. Mrs. Vasco Hazen If
one else could per- Nobody Knows, "The Man WeKnow" I won vertebrae are to be adjusted to most Important salvage In ,, 'fl.. .
fiieri that no high score and Mrs Pervls
Hazen
and
"The
Man their
but according to the Wordi We Must I low. normal relationship; there- I the world is human salvage. :
to die. Whenood Know. I[ by eliminating the element of :
,i jestis came When life has the human '
,
Tell I gone '
in the shadow of the Friday night the service will After several games, the guests guesswork and insuring the ,,

9are said "For this hour again be In'charge of:Mr. Gomes. were served chicken salad, crack speediest and most reliable correction -I shell Is not unlike that of any ;"

He Bible School ers and iced tea. of the cause thug far carcass. It soon returns to : "i'oth'r :
world. The will be held There is old ;
j into the at an Buying that daisies won't tell, but they're i
three o'clock Those known to science.. Its original elements.The '
toI evangelist. When Sunday afternoon enjoying the afternoon .
I Is an certainly telling the world that here Is a lovely outfit for sweltering J. jt
for all age with Mrs. Hazen were: Mrs. He has agreed to devote of life has '
an evangelistic camIB groups. Guy two in average span
tfti ducts, days town. This daisy-figured dress and jacket of I "
a city, he may go Into Harreil. Mrs. Emerv Haz@n.. Mrs. days weekly to Starke. thereby green rayon jersey Is good defense against the heat, Presentedby been greatly lengthened during PI'I'i'i:1/i.:
home for dinner. He may I SUNNY BROOK FARM, Frankle Hazen MP; I offering the sick people of this Harper's Bazaar the past half century. I once ""If 1 Ii

[own to the bank to get a Mrs. Hazen, Mrs. Vasco Hazen, Mrs. city and community a chance to visited a cemetery where the, ; a ; '''
cashed. He may do many By Floyd R. Crosby Leo H. McKennon, Mrs Leola avail themselves of the services forefathers and mothers of a !I 't' ;'

c Incidental things while he Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Roberts, and Mrs. Inman Harri of this new Health Science Aliens Seek Citizen- Reserve OfficersTo town were burled. They had :

pl the city, but he is in the Misses Betty and Doris son. He wishes to further state that been arranged in a circle just ..I, f l J 1
Crosby
Cpa to conduct an evangelistic and Oscar Crosby of New River,, Mrs. Author Edwards and there will be no charges for consultations ship As War SpreadsSince Be CalledThe as, In life, they used to form a I j

gn.. Jesus came down to spent last Friday in Tallahasseeand children are visiting in Knoxville, neither will any obligations circle for protection against the .! t t It

led arth to die. While here He were accompanied home by I j Tenn.Mrs. be incurred. the deluge of total war war department has just Indians. I had heard much of ,ii I '

Ii I Luclle Baxter in aliens Into the "good old days", so I was
rotted miracles. He attended Mrs. Oscar Crosby, who has been and 'chil Europe are pouring announced that effective Imme- ; ,

triage supper. He walkede attending summer school there. dren of Jacksonville are visiting GUM BRANCH the immigration office in diately hundreds of reserve officers Interested in how long these 1 J i't'; ,

oaal water He preached ser- Little Robert Lloyd here. By Miss Elizabeth Harnage Tampa in record-breaking' numbers will be accepted for six: early citizens had been permitted M! '
Kelly and
ale He visited His friends, Mrs. Melva Harreil and Mrs.S. enjoy life. The greatest recorded ,j I'f"'f"to
iHe did a great. many other Kathryn Kelly spent last Friday M. Baird plan to leave this Mr. and Mr.. J. F. Shaw, and I In quest of American citizenship months' active duty with the regular age on that circle of 1 i{ ..

ital things. But, He came In Lake Butler with their grand week-end. They will be at home i children, of the State Farm, were I according to William A. army regiments.This tombstones was, 49 years! Ex- 'q 1 "

i out i of heaven to die. Every parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drig- to friends and relatives on McCormick dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Rellly, head of the Immigration increment of reserve of- posure, hardships, fevers hat 1 ; k I t',

a Christian celebrates the gers.Mr. Street in Gainesville until Mrs. F. S. Sapp of this section. Office, located In that city. ficers being called to active dutyare taken their early toll. !(\t 1" sNow ,

n '1 supper, he shows) faith in and Mrs. Bob Halslop, summer school is over. Miss Dorothea Norman spent Over 100 persons asked for application In, addition to all previouslycalled comes a report from the l : :

h death of Christ. That is Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mr, and Mrs. The many friends of Mrs. John the week-end in Jacksonville with between Friday to duty. It Is stated by University of Illinois to the effect Y'

atnt Jenus Christ asked the o Alton Dobbs, and baby and Donald Clemons will regret to learn that relatives.Mr. and Saturday papers, as compared to a the war department that these that more children and Infants I I' L f) ,

hto keep before the people. Kelly spent Sunday before she is very ill. All of Mrs. Clem- and Mrs. P. D. Reddish, pre-war average of four or fivea officers will be used to fill, fora are now saved from the i ''It ;

rdlng to the Bible the sal- last in Lawtey. on's children and relatives' have and children, of Heilbronn were day, he said.Although period of nix months, the vacancies eight deadliest diseases than I : 1

11 of men depended upon the Little Eloise Dobbs, daughter been by her bedside this week. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. most of the that have been developedin were killed by them In 1910. ;, i.'

of Christ. "He bore ourIn of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs is Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey S. Sapp, Saturday night. appli- the ranks of officers us a result That Is rapid progress. The dta-
cants Cubans an unusual
are
His body on a tree. very ill at present. We all wish spent last week-end In Jackson. Mr. Wade and Charley Gas- number of Germans and Italians of the recent Increase in the eases listed are diarrhoea, pneumonia .I.r"t'

y b i His stripes we are healed." her a speedy recovery.Mr. ville with their daughters, Mrs. klns Woodlawn, were In Gum are seeking United States citizen- strength of the standing army to diphtheria, tuberculosis, / 1 '

d} the of blood and Mrs. Ellis Abe Crosby and Mrs. Larson Branch Sunday 280,000. scarlet fever, whooping cough, '
out shedding Howard of morning.Mr. she, he reported, and a numberof !i" -
Mintz. Unlike measles and Science ,
instances In
ftV I It no remission" "He died Brycevllle; were visiting Mr. and and Mrs. A J. Williamsof British subjects have requested previous meningitis. 'I'
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter which officers marches -Florida ',;
sins Mrs. H. B. Gradle of reserve have been victoriously
our according to the Kelly Sunday.LAWTEY Jacksonville were visiting .
papers.
Baldwin of Mrs.Baxter's called to duty for their Grower. v I'
were guests prlmarly
lure" We read many state- friends and relatives here Sunday Excepting; those aliens marriedto l II! II :,
.
C mother, Mrs. R. P.
I like these concerning the American citizens, however, It ;I f

n of Christ By II. T. God\\'ln Lewis., Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Mott of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman will be a long time before they BORES FUNERAL HOME .; : ,

1 relatives and children spent Friday night can acquire the protection of the Ambulance Service Day nr Night Phone 131 I 'i, C!
i High Springs were visiting
en Jesus was a little boy Mr. and Mra.! G. W. Roberts and Saturday with her Stars and Stripes. They must ., i il4
C devil tried to here last week parents, U> hate added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipment : r.
destroy Him. and family few States
I are spending a Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of live In the United five
,
Mrs. Bill Thomas of Is I
devil evidently understoodJesus weeks' vacation in the mountains. Apopka Graham.Mr. years before. they can take out with special" springs for easy riding."A : ,
the of her sister, Mrs. Alice
. was the promised Mrs. R. A. Grlfris'and Miss Thomas.guest and Mrs. 'Arthur McRae application papers, and wait at iUME-IdKl9 INSTITUTION" O. II. Bennett, Manager '
lah Every possible effort Pauline Anders returned recently least two years more before com-
Iva Mae Lewis and Mr. Buddlngton of Starke,
left Mondayfor I
made by the devil to inter- from a short trip throughout pleting the final papers. It Is possible f
3 Jacksonville where she will were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eldon -
\with the purpose of Jesus to lower Florida. for those married to American INSUKE WITH '
attend the Massey Business Col- Sapp Sunday afternoon
on the Cross. At one time citizens to become naturalized
Charles Howe of Miami
spent Mr. and Mra T. N. NOrman ,
!Ie, because wanted to make Jesus the week-end here with his parents lege.Miss Luclle Melvin has returned were visiting relatives in Pine at the next term of court. N. p. WAINWRIGHT, JR.

; he could feed them. Mr. and Mis. J. A, Howe. 1 to her home here after a Level Sunday. .
had .FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
seen Him acknowl
feed five Engraved sympathy
Mrs. E. D. Boyer, of Ocala, Is I visit in St. Petersburg with rel Rev. W J K: Hall of Green
wnd people In a desert and edgements. Inexpenttlve. Bradford FLORIDA
Phone
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. atives. Cove Springs spent Saturday 7STARKE,

p i he fed them, they gatheredtwelve F, Moore. Mrs. Lyon Crosby had as her night with Mr and Mrs. F S. County Telegraph. ,I

| baskets of fragments .. ...... ...... .
1 from Keeffee Harreil, of Jacksonville guest last week her mother, Mrs. +: -" -- "' "' "'.UI I".N '. J h i
the feast They Sapp.Mrs. c.rraM. yc F I
pre- rcK : ; ,
I d bread for their bodies visited his family and Jackson, of Greensboro, Ga. B. M. McRae and children r
b would friends here Saturday You, are invited to attend a of Pine Level were visiting i

Instead perish in a few Mrs. F. R. Carradine and children's day program at the relatives In Gum Branch Mon

I their souls of which Bread would of Life live daughter, Linda, were In Jacksonville Baptist church here June 9, at day.Little : THE PUBLIC NAMES\ '

Iw. They wanted to make on business, Tuesday.Mrs. 10:00: o'clock. The program has Harley Newmans of Jacksonville
MWng. Stella R. Carradine is in been arranged by the Junior and spent the first part of
He Is
going to be the week with bin uncle and aunt,
K tome New Orleans, La., where she is primary teachers.
righteousness day. He will reign visiting her father, Dr. Rembert. Among those on the sick list Mr. and Mrs T N. Norman.

|b. The over the whole Mrs. Carradine will also visit this week are Mrs. Roy Green, Those attending the funeral of ITS OWN CAR.

will come next time He comes other relatives while In Louisiana Mrs. Ellis demons, Mrs. H. H. Mr. A. J. Grlffls In Starke Sun-

time He a s a King. The and Mississippi. Mott, Mrs. John Clemons, Mrs. day afternoon were: Mr. and ; .
came in humilia- Mrs. F. S. Sapp, Mr. and Mra. J.
Thomas and John Mott. "
f to suffer Mrs. Pearl Blount, of Fort Mary .
and
bleed
and die. S. Sapp and family, Mr. and > .1 f' ,
and '
and Mr. '
Mrs. S. M.\ Baird "' .
Came to redeem Myers, Is visiting her sister, Mrs.L. '' :/;0"v" .
blood. When men with H. Hill. Mrs. J. P. Roberts were in Mrs. Leroy Norman, Mrs. L. L. -", *' .

he comes as Gainesville Wednesday. Connor, Miss Elna Connor, Mr. ,:
r He will Mrs. W. J. Chandler is visitingher
come to redeem a'business J. A, Harnage and W. H. Carter. '
Colson made
I "Power" the sister, Mrs. H. B. Montgomery Resale ,
whole
e th& first time to suffer..I in Griffin, Ga. trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. Mr. J. A. Harnage and W H. i irhloi : I
will Mr. and Mrs. T, D. Dyal and Carter were in Jacksonville, on '
Mrs. Julia Moore of
come Safety
the '
next time .
He to family were visiting their daughter business Monday. /'i"j
Harbor, is visiting her niece,
assures us that all who People of this section are busy ,
the week-
Marlanna over .
with in .
Him shall Mrs. J. L. Harrell. : ,
reign with gathering their shipping corn;

The Ladies Aid Society held end.Mrs.. Melva Harrell Is spend they're thankful for the good :
Its regular this week at
meeting
several days with her mother, rains that have fallen lately. :41
ing
lion the home of Mrs. G. W. Brown.
Hall Contribute war relief funds to Mrs. Crosby, who has been very

d 1 Tabernacle your local chapter of The Red ill. Indian Chief Casts tl I
Harrell of St.
Cross. Miss Geneva His First Vote

''lnen Not to Pray," was the Uncle Charlie McCartney will Petersburg Is visiting her mother, 1!
Jett Harrell. Buffolo Head. Alaska
Beulah
of Mrs. Chief
last have cabin the
Tuesday night's soon a new log on
Ie study the 14th chapter of site of his former home, which Indian aged 91 of Odessa, cast
'Dliab LEVELBy his first ballot, an absentee bal-
PINE
providing the Scriptural burned some time ago. The workis
krround. Israel had long been being done by B. Ray, one of Mrs. II. M. McRue lot, In Dade City, on Saturdayof
btdlent last week fie announcedthat
to GOd's law the most conscientious carpenters -
pie had The We are thankful for the much he voted for Whltehalr and
Intermingled in the county. Mr. Ray
!hen with the needed rain that fell In our section every man In the court house
| in his work
hadorshPP"J their !idols takes great pride
the ticket.
afternoon. whose was on
Sunday name
P6d their low and can boast of having helped
ndards moral J Now that strawberry season la The chief and his niece. Princess!
As a build some of the finest mansions -
had visited their consequence on the Florida East Coast. over, the farmers are gathering Prarle Flower, came to Pasco
Q own sine vegetables.Mrs. several years ago, but he
other spring county
While in Bradford
He property
mte owns
( o Under the \ Monle Murphy, of Jack- has never before exercised the
God and divides his working
Jeremiah County
!she d was sonville, Is visiting her brother, right to vote. pl
not to time between this section and '
for
pray his
PIe for J. W Hall. (CHEVROLETS AGAIN
their
good. Palm Beach. of Jackitonvllle -
a In the There are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall, Mr. Masters and baby
history of Another new house north of recent visitors of Mr.
a
et God nation and Mrs. J. R. Hall and Mr. and were
'"up Bees that they have Lawtey on Road 13 waS built by J. H. McRae attended the and Mrs. J. R. Hall.

illy! the measure of their In- Mr. Ray for L. S. Tanner. At Mrs.funeral of Superintendent A. J. Miss Vesta McRae has returned -

Then H" Judgment falls present it is occupied by Ken- after- home from Westerly R. I.,
them Starke Sunday
Griffis at
then be No amount of Prayer neth Thomas and family. Mr.\ where she attended the McRae- GENERAL Men and products may vie for THENATION'S
efficacIous Thomas is a mechanic In Tan- wedding.
noon.Mr.
her
repent until they and Mrs. T. N. Norman, Buddlngton
YI Or are of their wicked ner's garage. of Gum Branch, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dobbs, MOTORS' leadership, but it is the public that
has' completely destroyed. Several motorists on the high here Sunday, and were their daughter and son dance

'111 doC through the history' all human of nartor way Friday south afternoon of here to stopped see what last accompanied relatives home by little Harley and were Halbert visiting, and friends J. and L. Wood rela, confers it. And again in 194O,

ry. looked like a raging forest fire. Newman. tives here Monday, (:J[ i
Yaay nations A. F. Hall, of Jacksonville, for th ninth time in the last ten
1 Christian today are nom In. It was tearing through a thicket the week-end here with his Mrs. Alice Oliver returned CAR CAR '

*>. The Actually' they are of young pine saplings and lookedas spent family.Mr. home Sunday after spending several people are buying more Chevrolet l
years,
mad terrible dam- relatives In Jack
eking whirl of P'ea' if It were doing and Mrs, E. HaJtwanger; days with :

'tOry ,the growing of a age. Imagine their surprise to and granddaughter, Betty Willis sonville.Mr. than any other make of car :
spirIt, fire had been set Mrs. E. J. Brown of I
< strIct and the l lowerlit > find that the and Mra. Aubrey Craven, all of and .
mOral Thedo Crews (man- City were recent guests
on
ar standards are purpose. were visiting rel- Sampson
Jacksonville
C|, eVIdence A of Spiritual> decade ager of the Dave Durban place) here Wednesday.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underbill.Mr. it

T of the close Study of the hlsw and his helpers were getting atives\ H. J. Haltwanger and and Mrs. A. A. Craven of :'f
natlonl now evolved ready to break In a new pieceof relatives Jacksonville were dinner guestsof
visiting
the WIll' reveal the truth ground. The saplings were children were Mr., and Mrs. H. M. McRae\

above All of them were too small for pulp wood, so the here Saturday.Alvarez, of Vanderbilt Monday. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
O. R.
:I Ion time or another a deep fire wasn't doing any damage dinner guest of Mr. andMJ'II. Elder and Mrs. E. R. Bowers 'i;

t", people In the mataBut after all. The men had guns was a M. McRae Wednesday. and daughter, Lucille, of Boat-

t.e. 7 they do disregard the Sabbath. and were having a little sport Mr.. H.and Mrs. C. B. Emory, drain were visitors here Saturday Starke, Florida

r the not ,separate themselves" hooting rabbits aa they were and children and Mrs. R. A. afternoon. f+

world of lust and pleas! chased out by the heat.

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nomination, and would Russell Kay "Dark.,Command"At CONTRIBUTIONSNOW BEING RECEIVED Bradford Crops"

The Bradford County Telegraph the like vice-presidential to see Mr. Hull head the ticket. Ritz Next Week"The (Continued from Page One) Now Being Meal

Established 1877 Republican ranks the Vanden- Dark Command" star to 'the Red Cross Societies of Every year ? hu
Within tlDlt
TOO LATE Holland and "of Belgium, including 'ford
Wayne
John
has fallen on ring' Claire Trevor, County's farm
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered as Second berg candidacy apparently are TO CLASSIFY Walter Pidgeon and( Roy Rodgers orders for 150 ambulancesand ured by crews are
the voters trucks.It under,
so far as and Mon- 100 auxiliary hospital gU .
evil days Sunday p.
Fla. rather
Clans Mutter at the Pout Office at Starke, is showing of County
him field hospital units Agent' r
has This has sent
K
concerned. Young Tom Dewey who the was day at the Ritz Theatre. 111
guy
---- know
-- don't
I and They
!' Picture and tons of medical surgical are now
same Republic mea8U(1J
the 'to
tests. At 4 A tho greatest
at
MEMBER in the open who telephone
beaten badly rang; my the galaxyof supplies. Its chapter volunteershave year's
in and I ever made and besides crops which J
Vandenberg has many supporters i, M. last Wednesday morning produced a half million job :
ASSOCIATION time box office names them two
MISPRESS; !\ "It's WhitehairEverywhere" well-known and a
includingmen started singing and two mil- halt
hundreds articles of clothing
the party,
of cast
lit
circles In the
Includes The
the upper !I in a deep whiskey crews are
I dressings. I doing
handling in the lion surgical the
in 'of take part
who
.::0..... :iotavakd ?lotida'J who are extremely potent tenor, but I've been thInking It I others "T heI "This is only the beginning. I the first having \vune

J II:. L. Matthews ____________ Editor and Owner convention delegates.t Taft has made a over, and I want to take this apologyfor opportunity |I titanic Dark Command"fighting scenes.is an action- The Red Cross will continue to land ,as head man win,

non-dramatic showing, and is still to express my and blood story of expand its aid to those who are Murrhee assistant
flesh
good if lack of appreciation. packed, the
'SUBSCRIPTION ICATK- my apparent of the most devastating i ee<:<
of of victims
!
3 with plenty the Ing In charge .
in the running. Dewey, it was funny tho old west rf E u t",
considered
Funny-sure
$ 75c Payable In Advance included. war in history. The extent and Loran
Months
1' Yearly, $1.50; Six startling progress, somehow I Just didn't drama and love Interest Conner helping
.. has made almost -only of this aid depends upon
course, I I Tuesday, the Ritz' Bargain reason for 1
realize It at the time. measuring I II
to to
his name seem
4 Even the Shouting Is Over and has yet to lose a state where Anyhow, the political wars are Night when all adults are admitted the sympathy and generosity of llsh payment under the, A
He has proven to be the of it I for fifteen cents brings the American people. Today we tural Conservation
of 1912 entered. glad pt
Event am
Until The Big has been over and I for one fromTexas" know that rich and poor, high 1940 ( gt
The election is over, and after a few best vote-getter the G. O. P. has recently and I Imagine a lot of other I to the screen starring"An Eddie Angel Albert, and low, they are giving their Mr. McClane
feel the
said
< folks
"I
: ti
1 more days of discussing the various phasesof produced. Even so, political commentatorsstill '''I 7'': $same way about Rosemary Lane. Wayne Morris, hearts with their dollars. dual responsibility \\Jelwe."It|

4 -- trying to guess who voted for who and discount his chances about ninety per-, It, It's funny Jane Wyman, Ronald Reagan, "The Innocent victims of a farm operator ana the N
cool toward ''t 9 how hot and and Ruth Terry the cast that mechanized and motorized war- to list crops correctly ]
of leaders are and
life
community -
if so, why not-the normal our cent. Republican 6 ;ro' bothered we can made the famous picture, fare will not cry out to Americain practices for payment

; will be resumed for another four him because of his "youth and ,inexperience. get over an "Brother Rat"Wednesday vain." erator should aisisn

years. Of course, there will be a minor up- ." x f elect l Ion. We'll\ and Thursday pre- reporter while measuring f J

i heaval in 1042, but the "big" show comes We agree with President Roosevelt concerning .,'oij't'''' rave and tear sents the Warner" Bros. picture Tennis Courts NO'flel0..' \l'f'I.II''TIO

w only once every four years-praise Allah. the necessity for nominating liberal >a our to get hair this tryln'to or Raft"Invisible, Jane Stripes Bryan,, William with George Hol- Will Be Lighted 'f'\\ HIii 11krr1ftOTlll1"t1A1 : :,,. | :I

i It is refreshing to see how quickly the candidates. An arch-conservative at this '?J.% that chap in office den and Humphrey Bogart. May 28th, election day, the That T. J. Alderman" hold.ByWt

public recovers from an attack of politics. time would be a decided detriment to the >a u. [ and then be Today and tomorrow. Friday Methodist Co-ed Class set up a Certificates limned the Numbered ill rui651 ,,,-
that they can forces the fore his term has half expired we and Saturday, the Inimitable Stan booth on the Courthouse corner; 1930; No 278 ,"" day ,
Those who lose out prove party and would give Republican start cussin' him out as a no- Laurel and Oliver Hardy are the kept it going all morning, after- of July. m: U ,r YcV.:
I the 7th.,
take it by appearing next day as bright and first real chance of winning at the polls account soandso. "Saps at Sea'* which Is' one noon, and night. And their total 421 Issued day the of 4th July. |day, I',,

f and those who win are such ignominy eight Tallahassee continuous laugh for every spectator will 1927, and 2-6 .,f X6 !Iii,
chipper as' ever, since they exited in So Mr. Holland will go to profits of $60 help keep the 4th., day of lulu ,
usually too considerate of the others' feel- If Bradford County is any cri- and do the best he can The Friday and Saturday: Starke's tennis courts going I filed made name In III) ifflt-t" i(
r years ago. and to live to his promises and bea program Is a double bill and the morning, noon and nIghtbecause be IHKued appllrutlou rot tai
resultis Roosevelt up thereon
ings to try to "rub it in. The net terion, the people are still with good governor, but no matter second feature is "Ghost Valley they will help make possible Said oprllfloutf rat

that things quickly return to normal, all he can be elected for a third term as Presi- how hard he tries, chances are Raiders" with Donald Barry. a thorough lighting systemon embrace the folloxunK d,

is forgiven (at least on the surface), and dent of the United States-if he "choosesto his efforts won't be appreciated, Chapter ten of "the current also serial be, the courts by the latter partof "linty, SK'.f' Xli'., (:i
Shadow will sw.
"The 7lfInJn
his most enthusiastic June according to Elmo
,
and
those who have bitterly opposed each othera among 22 K JO Aor.;
run. critics will be many who now shown. Struth. or lest IH embraced undft
few days before, are once more "just one -O term themselves ardent friends "Candy" Dennis Treasurer of flciite No.Of awl 651.HV4 ,;, of SWU

big happy family" That is as it should be. Bradford Gets Publicity and supporters.But Nothing Saved the Co-Ed Class last week signeda Twp more 7 or a.: less KUIIK I Is "tnliiam 22 i.hi
die-hards who there Is one thing this check for $75 payable to the Certificate No. 2i8. !
Of course, there are a few From Its Little Wild Flower election did: It exploded a lot of When House BurnsLate Monarch Industries of Iowa, and NH\ of N' ofE':< ', t
time in throwingoff salpingo- NEV4' of NWi/4 He.,. 1 .
hard flower ( } T
have a particularly Bradford Counfy's myths. It has been the customof the that amount Is, partial payment Range 22 K.. 60 Acic., ,i

the virus, but the sooner they do, the stylis coelestina) has brought considerable all political aspirants from home of Saturday Soloman Kite afternoon, near the for eight reflectors which will be Certificate lens IH emornred N" till3NK'i under
concerned- recently constable to senator to pledge allegiance set up on the courts. of NWS Se,. *
better it will be for everyone section since it was
to our railroad track, southeast of town,
publicity to the Townsend Plan, The entire lighting outfit will H. Kange 22 K. 40 Aero, :,
themselves.Too in the Tele- burned to the The only leas, In, embraced under Cri
ground.
especially glorified in story and picture boast of their long membership be paid for by: the Co-ed( Class; No. 421, and
O radio broad- and those explanation he could give was tiE:}" of NWI,. & ;NEt,1;: ,
Bond Trustees
----- graph. It was featured on a In the organization City Council; City ; Sec 6\
Twp. 8 S
this: a short time before, he had UniiKr t \
Much Dead TimberOn station WRUF and has been given who ,were so fortunate as to receive and R. F. Clark, Superintendent Acres, mute 01 Ji-i. .In e
cast over been cooking something on the
the blessing of the "GoodDoctor" of the Light & Water Plant. under 2-6th8, of f'ertlf
County Registration Books attention in several newspapers all over the stove, and had left it. He must 281.
were considered as goodas By July, Starke tennis fans The anHPHHnient 'of the ..
One fact brought to light by the recent state. The widely-read Florida Times- elected. have fallen asleep, and when he won't have to swelter In the sun I. erty In under isnld .a.rtlflcate
wan' the '
"the I I name ofVI11
back Into the kitchen,
campaign Is that registration books in Bradford Union devoted one of its main editorials Among the alleged\ anointed went whole filled with I I when they play; they can be the BMOB, ment of Hit M,
place was erty under sold "eLllfiiaii!
were Jovial Jerry Carter, Burton {cool, and have plenty of light
County are cluttered tip with an amaz- "Bradford County's Flower. smoke." wan In the name >>f lIam
recently to Schoepf and Fiancla, Whltehalr. without old Sol's help. & Tlmher Cf>., the awes
ing amount of "dead timber"-the names Altogether, the story of our ixia is becom- Old Doc Townsend himself came When Kite, who lives alone, of the certificate said property No 661 under u.,-

of people who have moved away, or who ing widespread that an increasing num- to Florida to speak on behalf of discovered his house was on fire, Candidates name of luck & liuck. the.
so Jerry's candidacy and the "word" he, being crippled from a recent ment of the sold prnperulnald
have died. will be able to enjoy its certificate No 431 m-f
ber of nature-lovers went out on behalf first of accident couldn't save anythingIn Thank VotersTo name of Unknown, and the]

Candidates who mailed out literatureto beauty in the future.It "Brother" Schoepf and later It. He made his way to the ment 2-Stha.of, of said cert property If Irate N'o.nod

a list of "qualified" voters report thatas is unfortunate that the short span "Brother" Whltehalr, but some door, yelled: "Fire!" Neighborscame The Democratic Voters of In Vnle8H the name Buid of C'rrtffhutearedeemed I'nknnnn., -.
thing went haywire and the "old quickly to rescue him. He Bradford County: '
many as 200 letters were undeliverableat of the flower's daily life-from daybreak folks" failed to go down the line. has since had no, place to stay I sincerely thank you for the properties according deHvrlbed "the+ ,'I<<

one postoffice. Similiar conditions are until nine or ten o'clock-makes it impos- Instead thejr went In a dozen but his barn. The house burned splendid expression of your con- be void Courthouse to the door hlnhect on! tithe t"!

true in every precinct in the county. With sible for outsiders to see the sight, different :directions I and In consequence so rapidly that Starke's fire department fidence in me as your Circuit Monday In the Month Mf Jul
many which IH the let. day nf JulDnteil
in it Is doubtful If the move could do nothing.A Judge by nominating me for appointment this iota. day 01
the constant ebb and flow' of population that
but it has always'b en the case manyof ment will 'tarry much prestigeor small amount of Insurancewas for another term. A. JinJlf.: .

the county it is impossible for officials to the most beautiful things are also the receive much serious consIder- carried on the house, whichis This expression of your confidence Clerk( of ;Circuit. SCAT"'"11I'1 A,1.;:'

keep the (qualified list absolutely up to date, most fragile. ation in the 'future. owned by J. G. Boyd. will\ always be cherishedby ford County Florida 6-JI'

but the situation could be largely relievedby Organized" labor likewisetook me. JiiiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiinimiiiiimiii.Speak,. ,
Since our article on the subject, resi- a beautiful rap and Council 'Forbids J -A, Z. Ad Kins.
having a complete, new reregistrationof dents of the Theressa section and other lout any poll lcal prestige it J L'otT.
voters in this ,county. It has been so might have possessed In Its fail- Fire Truck ChasingThe I wish to thank my many a '
places in the county where flat pine woods friends of District 3 who voted I 1 e
to elect' the candidate of Its
that few ure
since this done ((1914))
long was are prevalent, have brought specimens of choice. Inconsequence a lot of City Council at its meet- and supported me on May I A Slleij

citizens remember when the last re-regis the ixia to our office, proving their right to candidates who considered it im Ing at the City Hall Tuesday Although defeated, I hope 28'1 iMnguuK
tration held twepty-six ago. night served notice that citizens schools of Bradford County
was years perative to demand the Union r
share in the honor of being the home of e
continue to of BcauiitO'
,
must the fire truckto prosper.
Considerable cost to the county wouldbe Label on all their printed matter stop following
this rare flower. We are glad to learn thatit and who have groyeled at the fires and must be more cau- -E. J. Lewis. i j

involved, for district registration supervisors is not strictly confined to the tiny area feet of labor organizations during tious in clearing the way for the I wish to express my sincere I 1rr>
are paid so much per name, but the realize fire fighting apparatus. This
campaign periods now
and to know Of Sym
between Starke and Lawtey, appreciation to my friends of
benefits to the county would more than balance that they were just wasting their order, if enforced, will Interfere District Number One for the fine
that other sections of the county can also with of
'time. one our most popular 11OK\\
the amount expended. It would also vote given me in the recent primary FOR K\EKV: :
bask in its reflected glory.O I All of which goes back to whatI local. "sports. election. I will strive to
be necessary to provide for the reregistration said In this column about three All council members. W. M. give the people of my districtthe NEED, CALL

in a special legislative act, but this months ago when I contendedthat Edwards, chairman, Don'L.. same service in the future
This United Effort Would Have Warmed neither the Townsendltes nor Hoover, L A. Canova, O. L. JIRS. I,. 0.;
could doubtless be passed without any great that I have in the past and try
The Heart of Abraham Lincoln Labor could be counted upon to Beasley, and H. A. Bishop, were to merit the confidence placed In POWELLPhone
amount of trouble. Let's clean the slate and
vote for candidate for the
Times do change. Witness the truly solidly any present meeting. Two C

? enter the next primary election with an up- magnificent spectacle of thousands of 'mer- regardless of any endorsementstheir residents of Weller St., Harry H. me.P, D. Reddish.; County Com- 123Tele&rBph -.'
to-date set of registration books.O leaders might make or any Houston and Chas. Jenkins, appeared missioner, District No. One.
chants in virtually every county of the nation "word" that might go out in before the council and Service

striving to dispose of the South's'surplus favor of this or that candidate.I complained that the south blockof School Lock Stolen ,,IeIIdiiIfhIafYtllllalplltllliIXIIINU"c
Poll Shows Bradford County expressed the belief that the Weller was impassable due. to
cotton This is the kind of Union that
Still Behind President Roosevelt Individual members of these or lumber placed in the street, bya Evidence of prowlers was dis-
Abraham Lincoln visualized over half a cen- ganizations would not follow their local lumber firm, by light covered
afternoon
The fast developing European conflict Tuesday whenF.
> tury ago amidst the bitterness of the blood- leaders like a flock of sheep but wire poles placed In the street T. Abernathy. school trustee,
continues to obscure domestic events in the iest civil in history. on the contrary would Judge the by the city and by an old oak found that the lock and door ,-a:
war
candidates on their merit and tree that Is almost'In
headlines! This fact must cause consider- growing knob had been removed from the
able discomfort among the main presidential Cotton is the life of the South. Cottonis vote as their own good Judgment the center of the road. They requested east entrance of the new Graham

bread and butter to millions of people; might dictate without regardfor that the street be cleared school. The brass fixtures were
aspirants who see space given to bloody any official pledges that and the council agreed to have It found I
both in the South and other sections of the lying on the ground near
events in Europe, which would ordinarily be might have been made. done. the entrance. The building did

devoted to political.speeches and manifestos.For country. A glutted cotton market imperilsthe |, two Among' stand the out defeated-FiJIler candidates Warren Charley Nicholson appearedand not show signs of having been
welfare of these millions. Cotton exports asked that the license for entered.
war. or no war, the two great parties and Bernarr UacF dden. Fuller\ ice dealers In the city be reduced -.
are at dismal lows. The solution to ran a beautiful race and If he
usual this and
will meet nominate
as year so he (as an ice dealer) I NY A Office
candidates for the two highest offices within the problem must be found, in part at least, had had a few days more he could operate here. The council I Open ':

the gift of the American people. at home. This, in a nutshell, is the impel- ,would the second undoubtedly primary have with Holland.As gone In. decided to reduce the ice deaJ.er's District headquarters for the
license from $100 to $25: NYA are now officially at
per
motive behind the cotton "campaign. open
President Roosevelt's ling : the matter now stands he
frankly political year. The Council also voted to the new office here, in the building -
speech a month ago gave no clue to his intentions Every resource of modern distributionis :from looks now like a If sure he keeps bet four his years collect $1 for permits of all\ on Call Street which is being
into action. the week I nose nature Issued. Here-to-fore build- furnished free to the administration
concerning the third term-he being called During I clean and takes ordinary care of If YOU should wish
Ing permits, etc., have been Issued by Congressman R. A. Green.K. to add to a-'
simply stated that the Democrats must from May 17th through May 25th, shopperssaw his lungs. free. W. Baber
supervisor, and mail
INSURANCE j
I nominate a pair of "liberal candidates" if store fronts and showcases banked I being Bernarr talked MacFadden of II Is already The aldermen agreed to fur- Miss Joyce Rahn secretary, were changed to jp
as an
they want to win the election. At the with cotton products and appealing posters of Claude Pepper four years opponent from nlsIT free lights and water for established In the new office by Sort taffit Off "rb'
the new National Youth Admini- middle of the week.NEUTRALIZE firm below
moment, the weight of opinion seems to be mutely reminding them that by purchasinga I now and considering the amazingrace stration area office recently Will toll what

that Roosevelt will not run, but will keep cotton goods article they will be helping ,I he ran In the first primary opened in the Green Building at QUICKLY you you fuykt to iHAROLD
a lot of folks contend
quiet until convention time in order to their neighbors "dovfn South." The promo- would give that young that man he the corner of Call and Court EXCESS STOMACH ACID

maintain control of, the delegates so far as tional campaign in behalf of "King Cotton"is plenty to worry about. By the bills Streets.the meeting After! paying was adjourned.monthly gas Acid and stomach'indigestion.causes You heartburn can neu- I I C, m

possible. This in spite of the fact -that recent far more than merely another sales'pro- same token. Governor Fred Is tralize this acid quickly by taking -

: polls indicate he is still the. leading motion stunt. It is indicative of a new era, still the outcome very much of dissatisfied his race with and McClane To Leave a spoonful of Bisma-Rex in lNf

choice of rank-and-file Democrats. For in- an 'era in which organized cooperation be- would like to try a comeback In a It glass is delicious of water after every meal. (GENERAL]
County Agent T. K. McClanehas tasting. Buy a
dance, in a poll recently conducted by the tween producers and retailers promises to 1044. feeling confident he could been ordered to Fort Bragg, bottle of 50 doses for SOc today PLEASE PHOH

Telegraph in this county, Roosevelt has reign supreme, the kind of cooperation that take consider Mr. Pepper's the fact measure that neither Whenwe N. C., for two week's active duty at the Rexall Drug StoreCarpenter's -

a polled more votes than Farley, Garner, and benefits consumers. Efficiency, and serviceat I! the race nor the returns killed in the Reserve Officers' Training Drug Store In Starke. 0-
Corps. He
i' Hull combined, and :McNutt, evidently, isn'teven > minimum cost, are its bywords.Yes : the old man the Idea of his having ant's commission.holds a Mr.first McClanewill lieuten -
'
another at It four
try
considered in the running. there i is far more than appears to ,from, now can be considered years as leave Sunday, and states THANK YOU FRIENDSThis

Eliminating the President, however, the eye in the promotion of cotton week. I within the realm of possibility.And that during his absence his of- lot tbwho
fice in the courthouse is to appreciation
Secretary Hull still seems the runner-up in It is a powerful example of Lincoln's "more Jerry has a decided ad- will remain express my sincere Elect
open during the usual Primary
: supported .me in the Second
vantage over most of the defeated
the estimation of the "man in the street"as perfect Union." hours and "
that your
arrangementshave Although I not as
candidates for he still has his was selected to serve .
well as with officials high in New Deal 0 I Railroad Commission Job to fall been made to handle all Senator, I shall always be glad to be of service to

circles. No one seems to be taking the Many husband swears that his wife ,back on which will insure him matters that might be presented.of in any way I can. 1

Farley-for-Preaident boom very seriously, trims the linoleum with his razor.-Mac-( grits and gravy until It's time the majority and all Join In Please feel free to call upon me for any senice
is that is for him to run again. the support of those placed In of render in the future. Again thanking you.
l and the best guess "Big Jim" clenny Press. lIe can get even by shining Well Mr. and Mrs. Voter have fice. They are entitled to such

simply cementing his hold on the Demo- his shoes with a powder puff.ClermontPress. bad their say and their decision support and every fair minded, Most Sincerely,

cratic organization, has hopes of receiving U final and it now becomes the right thinking citizen wUl gladly ERNEST HEWITBR.tDF01W T
duty of all to recognize the will give It
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