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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 28, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The home of Tile Sweetest Strawberries This Side of heaven
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ayes This' Wee! when reasonat'A Bronker.all, : h. "" r .> Hard To PickFirst School OpeningSchool .. J i

successful 1 o c al \. Preliminary Figures Released This Week j .!

Only "Skilled" LaborTo farmer, grows TestimonyIn Patrons Find Show 7Ji Percent Decline In Population : ,j I
Employed, such fine specimens Condemnation Alt
ArgumentsAre
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of both as -Comes As Surprise : r'To
Says Heard YesterdayA To No Avail
superintendent I are shown 1 n ,
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Mr. U tl the wide-eyed amazement of county officials, real I. : :
Ikta&M they dug up a llttl .I; this Bronke picture.'obtained s condemnation suit to obtain The School Board stood Its estate dealers and others who keep a close watch on the '
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and yesterday wer I the seeds from ; several thousand acres of lan' <1 ground In the face of a direct local scene, preliminary figures on the G6vernment's 1940 ; !

uprooting a large Pcannnarily feed purchased t4 ain In the vicinities of Kingsley and attack by a 15-woman delegation population census shows a 7.5 percent decrease in Bradford '', "
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the removal local stores Sand Hill lakes was begun Wed.ne of Bradford High School patrons County. .
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J e Of trees In Starke This weel, I: and finds the'bomegrown w r day by the State Armory I Thursday afternoon of last week 1930's federal nose-count showed a total of 9,405 people

il-time news.Page 1. Wha Board The case la being heal and refused to rescind Its action : eating, slt'l'pinaworking; living in Bradford County, while I
It rates I Ie. cuts downconsiderably opening B, II. S, August 9. .
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( difference, of cours< I grain P this week at the summer term the 1940 census, just completed, places the figthejit! ,8,696. "
the 0 n t. The delegation, with Mrs. K. The downward trend reflected in the Stat ;
.'i.j slight was census ,
of the trees. E
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location > of the Clay County Circuit Court ) .
e, the cost of his "'. Q. Duncan acting as spokesman,
five which credited this county with 8:841 In. ,1)
years ago
ef particular specimen poultr Y' raising : In Green Cove Springs. Judge A, demanded that school open September :
habitants.In '
growing on the site of: "This fine wheat D. McNeill, of Jacksonville, Jud| opposition to the general trend in rural areas of the 1 !
e'l new $45,827: postoffic i and barley tends ;, of the Fourth Judicial Circuit ( big to be constructed by; to prove my 9' 4 which Clay County, Is a part) Is their request: the August heat Is county, figures released several weeks ago showed that I

hey Pound of Columbus, Ga I I theory that the presiding at the trial, which detrimental to children's health; Starke had increased slightly during the decade from 1,339oW l f !

o C. J. )Miller, general sup j fine soil of Bradford County will grow anything," Mr. Bronk said. comes under the civil docket. children arer poor learners when in 1930 to 1,195 in 1940. 1 I

tendent of construction whred lie left samples of the two grains In the Telegraph office where The Armory Board filed a 1 90I they are uncomfortably warm; Unofficial figures (subject to change), announced this", ',1; j fi; ','
here last week, came the I down \ B. H. S, hRs no shade trees and week in Lake City by Supervisor Ben Caldwell, tabulated I'I
they may be seen by other growers Interested In cutting on page petition with the court namIng ,1
Jclil government order that most rooms have windows only I districts follows Census districts ':, .'
feett costs. I 221 persons defendants (fl1 I Bradford's: census as : ( !
hail been eagerly awaiting : j of whom are known here, and 26 on one aide making It a hotter should not be confused with voting precincts) : '" j

oeeed!' He did. : of whom live In Bradford Count I building thAn the country schools I[ 1930! : 1940 i i I I '
wus removal of the I The states that them 221: |which have shade trees and (In '
rat Job petition
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ailing trees. Next will bnng Job Of Mayor Green Thinks persons have a claim In some I 1 many Instances) windows on all 41. Lawtey 554 427' ";;

the foundation. Material I manner, by ownership/ tax ce '. I 1' four sides of the room; many of 42. Pet. 1, outside Lawtey town 1823 1814 t

I begin to arrive immedlatelj i tiflcnte, t'tc.on' one or more i otI the "city folks" are on vacation 3, Starke-Pet. 2, N. of Call St. 827 1005.1. ;;'I

(k will come from Georgia. To Be Wide\ Open War Odds Reduced I the 77 parcels of properly the In August and; n this H.and S, the Is overcrowded heat- 1 I, Pet. 2, outside of Stnrko 1819 1630 ,I ,w '.? I"

--eaction of Starkeltes who oater Armory Board seeks: to obtain make odors obnoxious 5. Stnrke. Pet U, S. of Call St. 467 490! I i .f

stakes of the building laid l\Iiddleton Will Not Congressman Home II and make part of I the CanIdanding : : even perspiration to \ the extent of malting G. Pet I a?, outside of Starke 1152 95G) i : ,r 1

on the ite was: "We didn'ti1e National Guard TrailIng !some pupils 111; the hoard 7. Pet. 4, Graham 321: 219'//
be so big!" Run For lie-Election; I During Week's Recess: ; : Camp. 1 r
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it \\.is gonna promised lust year to let the U. R, Hampton, town :311 474
: The City Rooks To Open I II' : Approves Defense Plan I Judge McNeill opened the ease :358 89 ': : 1!
leason for spread-outness H. S patrons vote on the openIng {0. Pet I 5, outside of Hampton ';.t'
;,jirg Is all on one floof-n'' Wednesday afternoon Over 2:5: \ date question 10. Pet. 6, Theressa 318 285 : i '
Floor I' Mayor W. E, Mlddleton announced Congressman R, A. Croon, her were present represent
lawyers
ement no second story. I i The Hoard, received all arguments 11. Pet 7, New River 415 376"" t'
of all postoffices for this yesterday that he willi: during the week's recess take the Armory Board and the vat I f .
ce and persuasions' very coldly 12. Pet. 8 Ilrooker 9G2 931 ', t
succeed : the entire -
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town are approximately tbe : not be a candidate I II by Congress so that Republics One defendants I and, when S. I K Sparks (Sill rkeI
e, but when built Avlthout i amen himself in that office In the city; members might attend the I Iparty's t' afternoon was consumed In aI member) made a motion that the !910.;) 8696\:\ tl '!f.'
held 10.I( I to empanel 1\ I TOTALS
naturally have i a| election to be September convention being futile attempt
now
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I action! opening the school August So few counties In the state ;ifk
appearance: above ground. On that day three council members held In Philadelphia, discuss, mutually satisfactory Jury An ,,4, Ha rescinded J II, Mooro of have shown a decrease! In population !
must be elected entire venire of 29 men with the
pleasant-mannere and a mayor briefly national and Internatlonti i and E. J. Lewis of "
:JI1te-halred. Lawtey To Receive Bids that Supervisor Caldjwell : 1
The aldermen whose terms expire exception! of 10, was "excusetone :
Miller will try' to employ; I affairs with a reporter from the .1 Uroolcer, who will make way for It worth a trip here last .
thought "i
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are Levy Canova Don L. He described the past by oneafter examination by On Final: 13 GapThe .:
it of his carpenters from the Telegraph the newly elected members Jan Saturday to check up on local reaction i
aediate vicinity, but stress Hoover, and H. A. Bishop. I two weeks as among the moat I the attorneys. As there were no I uary 1, 1941, refused to second to the news and try to uncover I I I W.

t prospective employee mua The City registration books will] I momentous since he has bee: more qualified men to draw jurors the motion, which Sparks later State Road Departmentwill possibility, of an error <'
any
( "ikilled" because of the .tact open Friday, July 13, for thirty; serving In Confess period of from a new venire was draw, I withdrew The Board claimed : receive bids on July 2 for I In the enumeration ."
Instructed t to
Uncle Sam's constructloi: days to August 10, In the office almost two decades.As und the sheriff was I several hundred dollars will be' "baiting sad paving 4.6 miles of I At the end of a hurried two :,

t be built with precision, mus of, Clerk CarlJohns In the muni to President Roosevelt's National I serve subpoenas during on. the Thuti nigh saved by opening B. H. Sj In State Road 13 north" of BaldwinIn or three-hour Investigation he t
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[ "JUM oio'i.:.H. He-ujges.;wottau," rlpsl..building.. j >nly persons not Defense -"+Program. Congressman and have them ->.S:30: o'clocl k, August; stated that It needed Duval Cqunly. (found: County Officials frankly, ''f
I to apply unless they'feel previously registered need reglster. ( I !; Green had this to -say: day morningat adjourned ,until that every cent it could get It Is believed> that this con. astonished at a decline-even the '
Court waa completionof I
pletely competent. CrickMag "It Is perfectly good, though they; nothing else. could be done W, E. Middleton, new superintendent tract will provide for slightest; public 'sentiment generally -
time
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will be done by a regula are not speeding it up as faa of 12 men was emI J of public Instruction, suggested the final gap In the famed reluctant to believe what the /
until a Jury link" of (Road 13 be-
11. Night Tennis as I wanted them to; It's fin I to the Board that school "missing cold, cold figures told. A hasty
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|Construction will require- at outside, of that." He believes we< panelled.The In Starke begin September 2.1 tween Ualdwln and Yulee, Inquiry failed to discover any .

it six months. "Gover'nmen I Becomes RealityAn have 160 per cent chance to< i examination of the juror,I run six months and then close I Local Interests> have long believed loyal Bradfnrdlte claiming to have

rIt," Mr Miller says, "is Blow stay out of the war; "It was was so severe that one man was ,for two months during the utruw- that If this stretch were been mlnspil by the census-taker,
I ttwet Inter-city tournament officially hardly 50 per cent a while bach, "excused" because he was one' berry season: The other two ever completed It would materially so Supervisor Caldwell returnedto
Inaugurated night tennl but now I think we have a 60 or 'of the defendant's brother's wife'.''I months of the eight-month term increase the mount of tour. Lake City satisfied that the

on the two municipal courts ,,70 per cent chance." It may be third cousin. could be made following the two Lit travel l through Itradfard 1040 figures were substantially

udden Death across Road 13 from the high 'that the United States will require I The Jury was finally impanelle I (Continued on page eight) I County correct

school here Tuesday night. The" military training. When Thursday and began hearing test I- :
ut Not From Auto <(< Isolated, Instances of citizens
eight powerful flood lights in thinks of that whereby the Armory Bonn I
asked what he mony not being enumerated have been
Shortly before .4 o'clock Mon stalled under the sponsorship of. Mr. Green said: "Under this pies I through Its attorneys Fran k No Blitzkreig On Shorts; reported recently, but In order to

1 afternoon Robert Green, t a the Methodist Co-Ed Class adequately ent emergency. it should be had Thompson: and\ Richard P. Dani< demand a recount It must beproved
lighted the scene and it'l] seeks to condem
otherwise It shouldn't; of Jacksonville i that considerable .
a portion
Hitter for the local laundry local fans enjoyed games until serve to give Hitler notice thai i the vast area of land, and test. City Officials Give Up t has been m 1118<"11.--Kd.)

d 1 ever on the alert for new after ten o'clock. we're not afraid of him." I mony from the defendants to" r One county official said: "I am

sto mar s, stopped a t Perry Only one defect was noted an< Base for local war preparation the value of said land It Is a To wear 'em or not to wear i Middleton did say was quick, at a loss to explain the decline.All "

IuIs' new mule lot just north! this was not serious. When the will be Camp Blond ing. Mr foregone conclusion that the prop','I 'em-that Is no longer a question thorough, and to.ihe-point: "& I outward Indications are that

the Fanners' Market on Road ball is coming toward a player Green says an Inspection brIgade< I ertles will be condemned and the, on Main (Call) Street; the) I far as I, Individually, am concerned : the county Is steadily growing.<
the lights cause a shadow on the promised to send an Inspection I holders are mainly seeking tot do U now. In fact, the only they can go 'nekkld "I : Crowds at the political rallies t '

side of the ball nearest him creating crew to see about enlarging I It t. pet! as much as they can for It. time they weren't supposed to (The Mayor wax kidding, of I this year were twice as large as

Ponce D. Silcox, -48year.oJdk the illusion that the ball l Is sufficiently to take care of :a The Jury will have to visit many; was fc year or so ago when somebody course Ha, Ha. we hope!I"*) I''I they used to be." lie added

yard helper, was leading r a smaller than It actually is. Play division of 4,000 soldiers soon lof the sites and hear the valu protested furiously against For what will be thought of I later, however, that the larger

through the gate, preparatory era say they soon become used to of the land described by rea Klngiley Lake summer residents them when they do come In town crowds at public meetings mightbe

carrying a load of cattle tc this condition, however. F. Clark Leaves estate agents, engineers, owners capering on Call In what can In shorts the weurers might read I accounted for the fact that

flnewtlle for the regular Mon.J .. Although the crowd was nol R. and others No estimate of the. sometimes be described as almost these few opinions, which were everyone has an automobile today

auction. as large as expected because of For Mayo ClinicOn final cost of this land to the and Armory the nothing a-tall; shorts Sa the result of this question, asked ; and "!:art gt: around more," f

Sizing him up as a likely pros rain Tuesday afternoon and also Board was given Mayor W. E. Middleton made a in a recent Call Street{ survey! A refit: estate dealer saM:

4 l Robert' solicited' the man't because of the fact that the open Wednesday, June 19, Robert exact: number of acres Involve ruling that they were strictly "1J0 you approve of seeing shoits "There might be a few more

UIIdry business and asked Ing was postponed from date F. Clark warm-hearted, president. could; not be learned. tabu
here he lived. originally scheduled, Friday ol of Starke's Rotary Club and capable Jo* E. Wilson P.: C. Holllngs though It was very Inconvenientfor "Aunt Vlda" Morgan: 1930 but a. loss of 709 residentsIs

"Here some of the time and last week, about 100 persons were superintendent of Its municipal worth and several other l ices lake-stayers for the ruling If they haven't got any better a big drop for a small county.

Where else part of the time" In attendance during the eveningA light and water plant, missed men were called as witnesses by; was all In vain. The kids (and sense, why, let them do it; their I can't understand It."

'!edTo Robert'i sound system furnished I a meeting the first since' h< the court, and among local at others) slipped Into town anyhow legs belong to them -- I don't 1940 census enumerators were:

ment he dropped the cow's through the courtesy of Robert picked up the gavel In July 39 torneyi representing various de and Mayor and Chlef-of- come uptown In mine!" theatrics C. Futch. Ethel E. Mc-

Pressed his hands ,to his Jackson! was on hand and all It was the first Intimation tc r ndants were noted D. E. and, Police were whipped down by I. H. Blaslngnme: "I don't care Rae, Margery II. Colley Ethel
lea, and keeled matches and their results were many members that "'Bob'1 was K. V. Knight E K. Perryman, chortl-bedecked pel's ons who M. Raymond, Era A. Wasdln.

gilt thm to himRfrom announced. A team composed of feeling "under the weather." One I and Marcus F Brown. j I(could dodge faster than the eye not whether-the shorter they wear the anything cuter; anybody or As a matter of public concern,

Ing a parked automobile; Charles Darby and L. M. Gaines week later, showing no Improvement The 26 local persons who have,. could see, were worn to a frazzle under 70 Is all right. the: Telegraph would appreciate
e the> man was dead. defeated all comers In the doubles and still suffering with I in Interest or claim In one or by iliorts-patronl i who hearing from any citizen who

Th' body Is i In while Olin White, Jr., held on to hard-to- lit charge of De Brothers and Mrs. A. [ belief that rules wanta wear 'em, all right; After numerators.
C. Jones and the singles championship.The to leave for Mayo under suit are Judge some people's .
ments had funeral ar- Co-Ed Class had the lighting Clinic In Rochester, Minn. Fellow Z.: Adkins, Dorothy Sue Biggs, I are made to be broken. So finally all. I can watch' all the pretty
not been *
ted yesterday com- Installed at a cost Rotarian Roy Mathews, local Erie L. Biggs, Jr.. Ethel M. Bltfgs\ | you remember, the Mayor, 1 legs go by Methodist Report "
Sllcox was dl-, equipment generously offered to Robert E. Biggs. Beverly Cady, with great relief, repealed the D. P. Carpenter: "I think! It'sperfectly
and 'Is meters dairyman
and
*urvlve<> by a sister, of around $123: pay Davis, Cot decision and all right I like to look Draws PraiseThe
If. D. Guthrie each court "drive him up.'ednesday Hora B. Cady L. A. short-Ilved shorts ; .
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installed on
lit of Jacksona will be used the I afternoon at 2 o'. iftlla Peek Long, Frances Let now they can be worn on Call nt 'em.if I didn't have off-set I ... t tfi
will be by \\ J
th The *profits Starke's'recrea Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Mr. Peek' Mr. and Mrs. ,J. L. Peek,, Street any time of day. knees I'd wear ',m myself; you'll following Is copied from t
18 believe .to- have 'rektd class to expand Shuffleboard clock: left for Rochester Ro- eonard Peek Myra Peek, S. L [ Thin summer, as usual Kings- rind we're very broad-minded In The[ Florida Christian Advocate

from: a suden heart at- tional facilities. !Mathews their regular Peek, Jr. Judge and Mrs E. Kerryman ,, ley Lake will be greatly crowded. this drugstore" (it June 20: 1-

courts and a horse shoe range tarlans adjourned in order to bid L C. Powell, Alva | And about three-fourths of the ."Uncle Henny' Rowe: "What "Three week before conference
the tennis
will be constructed near meeting early farewell. Smith, Mr and Mrs. N. Stern. "renortlsts" will blossom out In they can gl the most outta life itarke paid all Benevolent claims
Wy courts noon, class members heir popular president 'em It." 11\ full. This was the entire ap-
Hospital berg.> Mr and Mrs. Joseph short; hardly any will bother to In, why, let wear
V ot laid. Busy dairyman Mathews turned 'homaa and Mr and Mrs A. E change when they come to town. "Candy- Dennis; "Yes sir, I >ortlonment which waR accepted

Dead Issue To help raise funds for theirplayground his milk route over to assistants, Vail. SrAmonsr. All colors, sizes it length, all nay If It's comfortable, wear 'em; : without change by the Board of

Congruatn project, the class I expressed hope that customers the out-of-county per. sorts of combinations will make It doesn't worry me a bit." Steward The full quota of Ad-

an R. A. Greencommunication hast sponsored the motion picture I would "bear with them" and overlook well known here, named Intile up thin summer's crop. Some Lillian Sternberg! "I certainly I v cede subscriptions was secured

a from Irene" at the Ritz Theatre yesterday mistakes until his return. son II, Mr, and Mrs. Dan will be too short and mildly un tlo." luring the year. District Work
pypA null are
broder Administrator Roy afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs Chas. Allen Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bitch,, presentable, but many will be at., B. Jacobs, : "I don't care." (Oh, iasement was accepted and paid

r will etattng that a field sup- The public Is urged to come out! vlll occupy the Clark's comfort- an"loree Mr. and Mrs Ray Boree of I. tractl/e and comfortable outfits. yeah?) I 111 full some time ago. All sal-

a purpose be tent here soon for at night and enjoy playing and able farm home during their ex- ncksonvllle.. Mr and Mrs. Har- At any rate, Starke will see a C. H. Nasworthy: "Don't get irles were up for the year by

s a tormal of aalristlng in drafts valeting tennis. tected two-month's absence. 0111 C. Wall J. M. Lee, and Mr.nd \ Ilot of them In the next three '''em too short lay> 26 and $900 has been, ex- I.

" application for a Mrs R. U Dowling of Talla-; months, and widely varying opinions Leonard Klnchen: "Sure; why ended on the church property .
I hospital New Organization Griffin and Llla! alien approval and disapproval not?" "One of the Important features
(r. Cretin had written the Ad.tator Free Show HereA I I Griffin asaee; of Owen St. Augustine; Mr. and will greet the steady Mable O. Lewis gave the sole of this report U the fact that not t 4-,
Louis Victor of St. Augustine take Main llnsentlng opinion She said: "I only were the amounts accepted
urging for areek's Miami stream when they
e that funds for free show will open In.! C. F Sayles of
capita be Starke June 15 organizing hlnk one of the most embarras- Ad paid In full, but this was p..
In
" tsl ttlloted from this' engagement on a lot near ras teach Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Rich- Street. .
year'e local chapter of "The Loyal ; When asked If be Intended to ilng, disgraceful things Is to seei lone several weeks before con- if
northf and Dr.
11 appropriation of Fedm0ney he Night Owl Cafe Just a of Florida" ard of Keystone Heights; : s t
limits on Road 13 tons and Daughters of Daytona Beach. conduct a blltzkrelg on shorts young lady on main street with stance .
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kr. the city state-wide organization S. Sternberg used In the "The editor congratulates this
non-profit, Chlef-of-Pollce A, L. ihorts on. If they're
Schroder 114 this summer
defendants re-
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The performance 221
replied that apo Monday night. In making "a bet- Of the I feel fine church and its pastor, the i
all
IIl1y nly m. and Is interested state, 26 live out ofthe Alvarez was ready to shun the right place, It's right.
den has beenemaddefor apoh.t i tegtns at 8 o'clock p. ter Florida for Florid tans"i alile in the unknown subject, answering: rorry for those who do It, because lev.; Frank Robinson, who has I P'
dancing, 13 are of pestering
the I omposed of singing those Joining were Sheriff state, is I think they've been neglected completed his second year at I j
the Mayor say .
and said. The Among l and 68 are not even "Whatever
; that he would send music, and fun, sponsors E. K. Perry- residence, his "
r \ Includes 16 per. A. O. Andreu. Judge I be alive. what stands" And what, Mayor ,]! ; In their rearing. place. "
here to
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FACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST.\ KR, FLORIDA ___________________________ .'UID\\.' .Jt. I1
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Dear Mr. Ford: JA cash ,, and "ilt
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You are the one man In County U"II"I' ,n .. .
i 7WF i1&c.s CF THE MAN-Q-J "',e d.eOIIlZ6 America equipped to meet the na fsir, : "crllo,1.\ 1 Jo'I>r"I'.rly, I
:: 5 SO 5h'Oe7-/ii, ,P.eOPO.eT/OA/ 7YE ," \ tion's military emergency.You ot All 11'W of 1'1.11"1: \" .."iI"1t: '
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% ; I (UU'Ar .l.eN6TN OF /r.J1:" UN6Sd &AN- are the one man In America I-'e: ..t t th,.;t t,

NOT FL..e6CTL.Y 'WQ'I HW4! ..r 1<1':1': ,HEll I'':
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with more Iron mines Njt;I ILIO'
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boats forests rivers and machine |
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You the one man i In I ",
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I1 America with research laboratories r recot'ied l -liid IIIon"
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scientists, chemists. metallurgists 'a,. y -i.'/ 1 Uradtorel i I h(.pl,

and other experts capable % *; MC7 "a, .
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gigantic Industrial empire' 1AS./ 4j or ,leHH 14.: """" (''"..v"BnI15S to KEt,

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Your soft voice speaks with $ Pf _is : I Norm thence h \Vst, 436 ullth fll'd III
410 %'ard. ,
quicker authority brings speedier ; ginning: also 10 !

action than any other man in I NW corner ot boglnnlhl
11"110
/ running ,
the land; any other man. Including u blouth t 440 Faet: yard 4 0 YII'd,

ther president who, at best, .. East beginning, and rrolll tor a

merely proposes action.Your __ yards.380 then yard' W'"I th....Ih"1\0\

Ford. thence North III
plant Is Henry lion 25. 880 YII'II,
)
Your stockholders are Henry I more or COlltnlnlllg less. } 181 i
bOllig
Ford. You close It, leave It lands ConVeyed lh.
can and by G.
wit. 8
}, open divert It to war-material, \I ? Hough by Alva
or give it away. I I 1T Page 1935. rM"OI'ded 209: In D,..JIO. ,

The Nation today needs a S4j (if 1'1\\11, or .
8Wt
j j t r. ;6ASDE.rNS : CRN RN-rreRj loratlus to seize the bridge. I I less 14. :conlalnlng 20 a
NW'4!
ORIGINATED... u/H/S, E .P/ Everybody Is willing to help IRlnlng'(ItW'40:: artq. ", l more 8"1101,

all facilities into ot Nh Ot
ready to turn NE"r
8YINSlcr/I : nil' 40 "U'F''"' '

PUSU.D THI THFee R1eE /M$7iVCBSgoM44Rwd ___ war needs; everybody waits forMDay Peas In a pod: mother and daughter dressed alike and playful NWI4 of:' 13 w' trWJ, and Ot.
1 when our entire resources I I fl
"n.I Olteeceo I4WFICSOV 7W6pscMARdA together In simple little cotton dresses, dotted in scarlet. NE 01 .u1.t: e or i ,
would go to military production EI\ ot NI'l' 1It"n." ,
$+.e/U P/N/S7'Z.& OF T7f'& O'TYEJe. But, as we walt for signs of; 1 Tiny drawstrings make alluring ruffles at the neck, the sleeves, ot Section 24.and'XI.Pt\\'" ,

1 p. OAS ffAf r #4q.s 4&4APS17NCrzy HHeD'FO further danger- the enemy bores I and the pockets. Presented by Harper's Bazaar. dUll Of way Federal"nbJ Lan,..! Ba.k
I H "O.f-il4f6 O deeper and deeper Into our first umbla All 'lYing

$ "'"'"'' 14f/dE AN'O A HA F" LA' lines of defense. I I big It will be seen 'round the TilE JOKE'S ON liEU t ship;''ii.ot 7 ollth and, ltati5 bEIng! 20 I In
'
I -- -.-- f You Mr. Ford, could set world. 'I Jaggs: "Does your wife ever 'J.vlnll'!olE..nt. ot hplnf lIoetion 2

America to work in of talk to herself?" 6 ';Ulh. I IIt In T
.- a frenzy I All this country needs Is a lit 1111'' ll'' E..t.
A I II I of Mill IHII ,,
I.
iI
preparedness to continue our tle inspiration. i I Baggs: "Not knowingly; she ford CountsmtuYelT',I Florida hng'

: peace by suddenly turning your I thinks I'm i '"'' I III
listening. -Ex. 110"fill.
You have the have "

-( : ) In And Out Our Office I the accident goodnaturedly, and I gigantic factories for the manufacture the machinery you money have you the heartand I-Oa.. "IIII'll". ,mild IIt"n
..
we were so embarrassed at her. of vehicles and articles the desire to do that kind of' 1\0'1'11 FOR: OFI'pl.lr''IO TAX HI'H \ 25-1'1l11'1\1 I-e. .... i ,I .11"1' 'W',i '""j

\ discomfort that we forgot to of peace until such a time that l-liI'o" ",, d'I'' barr..
a job. I f .Dat. Hill !%<>. lNOTICK :') h", ,I'"i I bl
mourn the loss of the the 1 "dl.\le
egg. Much danger can be assimilated by ,
MKEH KKADFOUD COUNTY news storied ..... ; Rockfelier finally turned his IS IIKIIEBY GIVE.V.' 68,(Mill I ti.i, i .
some /
/ < (tYPOgraphical -I previous handling had evidently other agencies. I'I : That L.I O. I'owell holder of. Tax Peiltlli.I,,, ..' m.
WATKK and s.'ammatlcal) are weakened the shell and it wealth to medical research; Car- $: was Your life. Mr. Ford Is a life I '11920: arid! OrllfU'Hte i I N\I ;i
II. F. Renfroe. who has strayed bound to gel by but we'll try probably time wa were gettingrid of peace and contentment. You !'I negle put his In books and( marble .'"Iy 4, 1027.' IIIIK filed said 222 certi.ti'ates And mils pp| ,nXOIIIll ,,,''" .1, 01

from Uradfonl County way down to keep thorn at a minimum. of it anyway. The old paste cherish porticos bearing his name; In my office and made aplillciittim to he iiB.ilTOdKTMIcr ,'I, I I'
the simple little things; J for tax deed to Issue "
,
to Ft. Myers. was a Telegraph I pot smells bad enough without the abundant prosperity that Frick left beautiful pictures. j thereon, In arcorilitiirtt. with is w. with IlI'u"k I h, T", ,' I" p.'
vlnltor the He has NOONJUS/ TO COIJJCCTION; having But Said ,','rt I ficat's eiuhrareM" the tol.10wlnlC' IJ' .
other what or
clay any antiquated eggs ly goes with the good. old-fashioned value books or pictures i denrrllicd 'property xltunte!t n"lIl t I 0:i I I" "tin"

lots of relatives In this county Directly IICI-OHS the street from I ing American or medical cures In the face In I Mnulfoid' Cull H I)', Florida, tu- 10'1 IJI'I I way. | : ....,
I
wit ;I "
anil, ,still' spends summer vacations the Telegraph is the office of around.'O of an invader who levels all these : lap the i", '""" ,,"j''
Noon War disturbed you 25 years SK'i: of RWH Sec'. :2 I Tp. 7 S. ,, ,:
\ rights ,
here. M,. Ftenfroe bus a Walnwrlght local Insurance ( TIIK FKKAKS things before him? U. 22 K.: 40 Acrex, IH. n.,1 I 1(1lut(|
embraced .
ago, when you were a much I eiiBenienls I .. "i ,, .
warm IIpOt In his heart for Bradford -| man. Noon already enjoys considerable We do deeply appreciate however You, Mr. Ford have the an- under' Certificate No. 252; and name" m ,II" "t ,In.
younger man. You tried W'd of SIOi of si':
County, his old home, and, reputation as. a collector the Interesting freaks of then, with boldly j swer to Hitler and the answerto I a S. K. 22 K.: |20 Aries II, IH Sec.embraced 27 Tp. rtBliiiiRail|I thelerext' .' ""U,'
'
likes to come back In[ of old but It your pence venture, under ''KI I
every once coins seems now nature which our friends "(9Hng to liberty. certificate No. 222. .'lain." a while and get "a good drink of that he has branched out In another the office from time to time. Although sending emissaries Into the neighborhood I Yours is a greater heritage, to The HKxeHxment of Haiti, property and moss. *>.> ", I I", 4.'I''
of under the said, Ilrookei, ., ,
the barking guns. certiflcateH issued Tmj ,' 'I
water The water in Ft. Myers, line. Strange noises began America than all the books In
i' many of them are perishable orpictures were the name ax follows to- In, and t to tli, -mil.,, Ot"
us well as some other South emlnatlng from his office such as vegetables and You failed to stop that war because j or medical science any i wit: Certificate No. 252 wan. axBexHed part I lherc.,1, t .nil' l ,.1.|.. "
I' eggs In the .
'$ Florida cities IM not all that Saturday afternoon and upon In- they come In the war lords would not 'of your Industrial Certificate No.name of Unknown. and nil hinds, 'ta: itid
I I' so frequently that predecessorsgave 222 was lit the name therein e<,iutal|' "UanO I li,
could fan desired. Good wages, 'vestlgatlon our reporter found there is hardly a week in the listen to your prayers of peace i I before you. of J. i':. Futch. Hale III (th ,r. 1..1)) it I"

however help to make forget !I!|I that Noon had year II any more than today's war lords I UnlexH .aald certificate shall be and Stats. 'uf KlurliU. "hat '
you unearthed one of when we do not have some interesting Very sincerely yours, redeemed according to law, tax the time, of the eon."
the water Mr. Renfroe says. I i those old Edison phonographswith exhibit to show our cal- I will listen. I Macon Evening News. day deed of will lactic thereon on the 20th. the morlK-uKev given' iy,
July A.
n. fendanta
He has been employed for several I'I I the huge horns and the lers. The twin tomatoes grown But they will hear machines I Dated this 19th. day 1940.of June A. IMalntlff I in owned thi.uil.>r ott,

years as night watchman at a cylinder rt'cordlJ-&remember? The by J. W. Jordan and the Mr. Ford. I P. 'limit.! ,. purchuHvd umuirej., ur I,
'I'I "crazy"potato Library Ready ({)" ,'U'IAf. HKAT HoiiKh
) A. J. Thoma. MoyerH Iruillni
to'
large packing house and like I music that was coming out would brought, In by Tommy Williams You can, If you so desire speak Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford IlifT I bu..lo roe unilcl the nil

have "froze to death" during the have driven modern jitterbugs have both attracted much the language all dictators everywhere For Summer Readers County,, 1"lorhl... 6-21 6t 7-1V and style of Hrniikvi,, TuoComlmllY

cold nights last winter. "off their nut" and It was hardto attention. Bring understand. and Hriinkcr"
your "freaks" tine (0., In l Ii> de"Ml,
believe that it was once considered in folks so others may enjoy That is the language of steel I Summer reading should Include IV FOIL TIIM C'Ol'XTY Jl'DCH'l, COI'HT lease or otlierwlm" 'umep.

imOOKEK I'AltMKIlVEtt: ( beautiful. From the standpoint seeing them. fashioned into airplanes tanks, three new books by Ruby KI.OKIIIA: tlll.tOKOHU VOV N TV, the leases"purpoBf which tti,havi whol_'ur pt

L.KASEI> of curiosity however, the guns. M. Ayres: Follow A._ _Sh__"_rt_._.w n Notice Ix hereby (given that as of producing I pi
Wally Crews of the Drnokerj old Edison Is quite a valuable mEA FOR NEW AIKI'LANK Of all the men, In all the world ( High Noon, Compromise: and Nellie Kiiardlan II. of Heinlng-waV"Italnh, i> and n.mi'''I"Martha: -a-' otherwise. und .ill n.i\iil: \,'.,tern>,1'

section was in lust week and paid I addition to Noon's collection. Mr. Bob Lee the sage of Sand you Mr. Ford are perhaps the I three by Maysle Greig; I Lost A.will Menilnfrway mi .Inly' 17th., the' 1940 underpinned apply to ding Haldlciyci,boom>,, "1 ll/I., iKh t Brnipentlne >,i md.',

up his subHcrlption to the Tele-I ---- Hill Lake, dropped by last weekto one man able to stop Adolf Hit : My Heart Heart Appeal, I'll Get the County Jlldget ttforenald C'',ntp.i.,) uidTurpenllm
Like all Dradford FINDS TIIKKK-YOI.K BOO I ler. Over It. Or the reader like county for. authority to Bell at '' ?I'' th
graph. may ,
good
pick of
,
up one his letters to' i l lirlviitH Hale. and convey the *evvrat Inatree* I thi i> iiiil i II
; l County farmers, Mr. Crews tins a I Mrs. D D. Woodard. our correspondent President Roosevelt which he had You can stop Hitler In his RED GASH OUTLAW by Ranger Interest of above named mlnorx at the t tin i'- <"ii m 'ilv'xrc"

little more cash this year /Ito I from the Bethel sec-i, l left with us to read. Mr. Lee tracks In Europe by uddenly Lee, WESTERN UNION by Zone In,. and)lot* to In the following, ; tieHcrlhed the mortKHKi d I<, rtfi
I Bradford County then placed >/miter
,
.upend on the things he really en- ,jtion I dropped in the other day Ii :frequently writes to the President transforming your factoiies from I I JB.I Grey, DUDE WOMAN by Peter Florida. to wit: thereon und ill I "II. I
I'tell about producers of Kyne TARZAN THE I.otH 7 and 8 of Block 28, OrlgrImil and xcrnpi I U I i* <"I.i
Joyslike the Telegraph (we us a most unusual egg whom he pleasure cars to MAG- ,I -
,.f greatly admires. NIFICENT Town of heltiir th I be taken K>UV I
I ,. hope), Although he doesn't grow that was laid by her big Rhode .At the present time he Is of. producers of protective cars. |I I by Edgar Rice Burroughs Smith I In, 52'> feet IoItRl'k"l d Black 28, from tin "n.-. ,i M
'' : Hitler I WILD GEESE Sec. 28, Twp 6 Huuth:: or 'Included n' i I-IIMS
berries. truck crops are bringing Island Red hen. It was aboutas J fering some suggestions on the may go on and conquer' b CALLING 23 list. Kanira tl'ats or a".' IM" hon ,'..,ml'

1 .4 good prices, too, so Mr. Crews Is big as 11 turkey egg Mrs. I J National Defense Program now England destroy It, along with y Stewart Edward White I I Mi's. Nellie Louise hemingway any .IIi' i III'I I'
Woodard France. But Hitler ., l'THEL MERRIDAY ax guardian.' 6-14 4t 7-5 contructB, ..'% i>,' ,Iftermx .*
sharing in the general farm prosperity said and when she 1 being rushed'In the face of European won't go !i I I by Sin- of vs'iowned I ,,1\"

:. of Bradford County. Says cracked It open she found that It ] disaster. Mr. Lee wants much further If Henry Ford. I I clair Lewis, RAIN IN THE MITH'K: Or I at rim 110,

he wouldn't mind having a season contained THREE: yolks. She has I t the government to build u new America's largest industrialist, i[[. DOORWAY by Thorne Smith. A TAX AI'I'IU''IO'011 OKK.lt the tion ''0'('

like this every year. often found eggs containing two I t ype: of plane which he has de. begins the manufacture of half a1 I SMATTERING OF IGNORANCE <"..nst.' "HI *... tflil) after owned. M1 1<( i o."d..

yolks, but this Is the first "triple. I ilgned and calls "the but" It can million airplane motors, half a j I by Oscar Levan, NO MORE GAS That 110'01'14'1'T. '.;Alderman.Is. 1IEHKBY holder, OIVHN.of Tax and trolled all l Iy of I tin in. deff i ,dint'i mil
:
InuolUnnn: i: HATISFIKD: threat" she has ever come across. d art hither and thither and easily million tanks, and half a million by Nordhoff and Hall MEN CAN Cert lcaled. Numbered renpecllvelv, of turpentlm whether, I"
---- TOO -- evade an enemy pursuer, our Hawes. 19:10: : r"'t V.* I",US d' the 6th., day transit or "i.','-' hvI.. "",
R. A. Grlffls one of our most OAKS ARE: AIKCONIUTIONKKH- Sand Hill friend says. Next to the president Mr. Ford |!! UNCLE FRED IN THE SPRING nt July- Ji8; Vt.ot Nn8tl( : Issued' l Hald Kiim, dip, .mil Kt

_ __ successful berry growers In the you're America's greatest hero. TIME by P. G. Wodehouse. CON 421 the ,th., o July, 1930; No. from any ot l ianl r tie i .. or
I Issued the 4th.. day of July and all of tho producu,. '
section between Starke and Law- Mrs. I. B. Cody. teacher In the GROWS UOLOSCUU: SQUASH You represent the wholesome VERSATION. PLEASE by Loren the"i.l.1"1 2-5 of No. 28l Issued. prod<:I.., iiivluiling, rmlr

tey was a caller at our office Lawtey school and wife of the R. L. Batten. who Is always' tradition of American business. Carroll. DITHERS AND JITTERS tll.,1 sane.,. day'In of lilY July"' Ice, 1924 anJ naa has the made muiuiructun from '.0 li '"t..if' pelt",

Saturday afternoon. He says he principal, dropped in to "renew bringing a variety of fine fruit The poor boy who made good by by Cornelia Otis Skinner and a ."e fluids application for tux deed to stores; alxu :all illtt'! .

has had the most profitable berry up" the other day. We were on and vegetables to town these I doing something for his fellow,host of MYSTERIES. Hiild Ixmied( I certificate thereon.I hoop bollerH, iron niachiiiert dip,, liarrcln''uirrH-, <

-"season since he's been In the the verge of sympathizing wither days. came by recently and presented man.You Many requests for Hitler's ?ml'n"T; the following! respectively described Hmlth'ii and '.."ipp', lie,

business and that Is a plenty h over having to start schoolIn the Telegraph with a fine picked up the little red MEIN KAMPF: have brought a P iT L"*.. 'In the County of Brad- all othei l I. Iwmachinery ,

long time-dating back to the old i such hot weather (Lawtey beIglns Italian squash that had reached school house the blueback speller 1940 edition to the Library. This 1 E7 m: ", SIHlVf HKH: of F'lorIda NJ';",..Sec.to.wlt 28: Twp. I, hum.and'' l ,\n nK IpOreult.nmumles ,,nxlmntleB .

Klondike In July), but Mrs. the and Mary's Little Lamb and Is a complete and L H. It..nlife! 22 R20 Acre und ill I! days. Mr. Grlffls always I Cody says astonishing length of 30 preserved -I definitive un- I. more of '.-r.' kind'
has a fine field of berries, ), i It Is usually cooler In the school Inches. It Is shaped something their place in our life. I! expurgated edition fully annot. rVcat'e"NO.. eTC1"1 tinder Cert-| ever property(except. ",."LmerchnndlBe'

and being right beside Road 13, j building .than anywhere else and like an overgrown Indian war Fortune Magazine this current I! ated. N'5 of NW! of SWt3ee. 32 'j"W I.lili.! : '\\apun'"'"
I. 'that t there I I and month discovers the We also call 1'wp. 7 H. HanKe 22 i':., 20' Acre by the defo ..
It attracts much attention from are so many nice big i club If made of something American your attention to ituom's fir less I" embraced any part of l .d .I\lId.r
oaks around the little working man believes I a novel. The Tree (.lIt..ale. under conveyed !In limit
- passing motorists. Lawtey school a harder would be a fine you have1done of Liberty by No. 278.XI" .

that it Is almost perfectly "air. thing to sock! Hitler over the head more for labor than John Elizabeth Page: which In time Nll: of N'( ot NE'?, &: N ?. fit property TOUKTHKIl, a II II' IIl'"

COTTON n' C (JmES lUlU) condltloned" by nature. with, Mr. Batten says. They say L. Lewis William Green or Senator I runs from 1754 to 1806 and Is flange. I. of 22 NW1 K..4 60) ec.Acres 33 ,Twp..1 1 5. the defend.uiH'r'111, '", I'
mr or certain nonli.i
I written I.....
I I that Wagner: with a 1 is .mhra..d I lA''
WORK ,
you can cut enough off the narrative power t'ertirmemute. under Vlth ot made bv the F d.tM. .
.
A, C. Sumner, one of the few TIIKY'HK PRETTY UIJTPKSKY end of this kind, of squash for a Of all our industrial leaders, that holds the reader's absorbed !:'' ot No. 663.Ni of Columbia ami. 'th *"''
I Interest NW\1\ fI..c. 1\ bearing dat. 'II
_ farmers In the county who are I good meal. and It will keep right past and present the people really ; throughout. I J.Hanlfe 2? E.. 40 Acres more Twp. 1R. 1\ i-ember. A I D l"! "h'contract '"

J atlll growing Sea Island cotton,1'I Arch Johns who Is almost as I on growing If. you leave a good love you. You are more than ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF No b'M ,is .mlorlte..d under CertificateSK' I wui, h)' "\'' "iIlouirh. ,
I 421. and assigr..dpentilic 'ir",0r,,,,
L was in to renew his good at ground mole81 long piece on the a manufacturer nf an autnrn..h. ._ ..- I THE MONROM TWW1. I ."
subscription stem --- I li
L trapping! end. ---- -- ? nUM fj of C'u /'
I Robert Dy NWVJ &: N[';" of 8W ,/I..t
You i /
lint week. He says he has made as ne is at catching fish, are a part of America's : G. Cleland is appropriate. I ,Sec.Acre 5 Twp. 8 8. Itanire. 22 E.. 80 uy deed 6th at 'a--'laIi. i III' Ion

n little money every year with ,' brought one of the pesky little EXCELS: IN OTHER LINESJ modern tradition. You are Henry i In WE SHALL LIVE AGAIN iinder, more 2-5th,or of lesm.Certificate IB embraced date. 1937.the oiuiiIof clrt )If.I,

- Ills cotton but doesn't deny that creatures by the office one day W Jordan has proved that Ford. J: by Maurice Hindus we are given I 1281. No. AxxlKnn.. .

there! Is plenty of work to keep-| l last week. It Is i hard to understand he Is an expert In other lines You can set off the spark that i a vivid picture of Czechoslovakia I erly The tinder assessment:Bald certificate of the said prop )age 25.1,iMuiilJ;"i t'IHradford I- ''l"'rJJTOUKTHKR ( [ ?' |

- lf:) the boll weevil in check. how something so harmlens- besides growing "twin" tomatoes. will burn a torch of liberty so i and its people. The author went (Was he In the name of Will Slattalr No. 6l; defend.iiilf: : I' lf""...tll'I (".1|

l :.raying and l looking can Saturday I to the wine feasts. assessment of the said I prop the '. '
; mopping are some cause so much morning he proudly debted to city under the followlliK "nI.eiiBe .
weddings mild I
to her for certificate .
this No.
I'dp: but It I Is also necessary to'':i trouble. With their powerful little showed us a whopping big black Irtformatlon to singing festivals, to wax In the name of Hampton Tie 278 niadi I",> *" ?
I --and It still seems In funerals & Timber under date 'I l F.
It ther up. once a week. all bolls front feet they burrow under baas, weighing 9 1-2 pounds has that there order to absorb and understand the t said Co., the assessment of leane madt ;:. W "I WI''
never been property under
It.
a bona | the said
t'-at have dropped to the ground the soil cutting off the roots,of which he had just caught in fide very soul of the people. He nf certificate No. 86:1: wan In 4th the known a. W '" ";"

a-\d bury them about a foot deep. plants as they go. Mr. Johns has Hampton Lake. It was 23 Inches not drowning that In Klngsley knows: at least I, remained throughout the days of ment name of of Buck the mild&: Buck; the assess.. date Lease of fIIB'J'tlllOU'" .' .H.arJL..a..e Mniudi

Vr, Sumner says. The boll weevil had good luck trapping them In lenght and 16 1-2 In girth. anyone about. t'the Sudeten crisis, broadcasting Maid certificate No. property 421 wan In under the tinder date '. .II.II p,

dies as noon as you pack the dirt around his home, but even ao did There are two unusual facts TWO ll.\p I from Prague to America. He nient name I'nknown of said : and the ai..e...- tinderLoaxe datrmadi" > ,.r '
Y
PROPLETalk : property under aunder
( said
down and shut out the air. There I not seem to" think so much of about this lucky catch: The size about 1 gives not only a dramatic and In 2-5th... of certificate. No. 281 wa ...1 .
: i date
_ Is still some money In growing our suggestion, that he save the of the fish, and the fact that Mr there are happy In people-If 1'breath-taking story but also I'nlexH the name Maid of Certificate Unknown 'Iark.I"I.1
the an !! shall t
any >
cotton If a man doesn't mind a skins and make a coaL The furs Jordan was willing to tell where we'd country 1 I historical document of great im1 redeemed according to law the 6-14 St 6-2S .
say they were Mr. propert ::
_______________ lot of hard work, Mr. Sumner i wonderfully soft and as beautiful he caught It. H. H. and Mrs. portance. i I.e old leu to derrlbed the therein will =
Keene. I highest
The reason bidder at
: SAILOR
the
says. as any seen in the most They ON HORSEBACK I'ourthouxe door on the tint
SAYS came by the other day to have a good In :Monday In the Month of July, 1940, '
fashionable
shops tut It would ODRWDIDS'T biography of
I Jack which
the I. the T9
address London lit., of ERE
day H
o n their July, 149.
A VERY: NICK: COMPLIMENT: : certainly take a lot of moles to DROWN changed from paper I by Irving Stone. London was A. Dated n. thIs 5th-, day of June.. HEALTH

It Is only human nature to ap. make a coat We are Indebted to Mrs. M. Shamrock t o fabulous and lovable a ((DKKICIAI 1940. THEIR
L. STARKE! They're of person full SEAL) A. J. Thomas ."ut'''''
_ Sassee moving back humor Clerk I. ""
for of
preciate a and and
compliment now helping to terrible Circuit Court,
keep of
the
to Brad
_ __ their place rages ford !
then. If for no other reason than .\N IMl'OLITE EGO: record straight concerning drown. near Hellbronn be [ genius and folly whose of County, Florida. 1-7 4t 1-28 A British patent Protl
cause Mr. Keen has life J
that they come so few and far be A minor tragedy occurred the ings at Kingsley Lake. It seems .I. 19 retired after more fantastic than was IV the manufarture ot
years service any of
I
with TIIK
the his
tween. When M.\ W. Morrow, other day when Mrs. George that after all there NEVER has Lumber Putnam novels. "T "TK CIRCTIT OF rOI'RT OP THE milk from "f'.."lablt40
Co. Ill ri.OKIUA.
principal of the. Hampton school, Mann came In to buy a paper and been a drowning there. Mrs. him to leave his health has forced I INVINCIBLE LOUISA by .FOR NRADFOnn C 0 IK V :SI A'VO T T. There's nothlnf artlfib

_ called by Monday he said: "You admire our latest collection of Sassee noticed our article last Keenes job, but the' nelia Meigs was awarded Cor 'LOIUO IN,. CHANCERY the milk from our nx

_ certainly are putting out a good Bradford County curiosities.I week In which we stated that they're aren't dejected a bit.. John Newberry Medal "for the. (CnnaoIldAted Naval Store* Sweet pasture* a .d

paper. I enjoy reading It very When she picked up the little egg Walter Ordway.. a 16-year-old Bradford so glad to get back to most distinguished the Company. a Florida corporation sturdy cow f >n'Wn to

much. And it Is so gramatlcally (shaped like a overgrown peanut youth. was drowned In Kingsley at home to County. They are now to American Literature contribution for I Plaintiff. OUR milk nature* I Jl"rf

correct." Thanks. Mr. Morrow. ) brought in by Mr. Jeff Lewis In 1882. Mrs. Sassee was livingon have their old friends, and ren." Who of us has not Child : Mrooker v. Turpentine Use It dally ami' fl01'H
as their
Co.
4 That's a real compliment. especially several weeks ago the Inconsiderate the lake at the time and guests their daugh. Louisa May Alcott's read : Inc.. a Florida corporation. anal iliallIfPETERSOS
t, says ter. Mrs. J. E. Little a>"1 Moyem. strength
coming rvonx :a school thing broke right In her the boy died of typhoid fever. Anderson of VVomen and Little Mn I by his Houch Joined
wife
Houston ? Ethel '
: Texas
Hough :
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SOCIETY B. T. U. Program For Sunda r[spreading himself a little when It SUNNY BROOK FARM SNEAK TIIIEF[ ""111I
. and CLUBS
Is AnnouncedThe comes to thinking up a trickyname ) By Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby E. )1. DAVIS EXTE\:..
but it is growing slightly HONE
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Burrell-Courlmanch Wedding t r Co-Ed Class Enjoys Miss Inez Dempsey Weds Church wishes to invite the<< the untraceable quotation, the dren of Tampa are spending a 4 o'clock, T T afterno tIng ;

t Took Place Last WeekMr Social-Business MeetingThe Elton F. Sheehan June 15 young people of Starke to join: merely d-n silly arrangements of few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. In from the Stategpa.. e
them Sunday night at 7:00: o'.words" Me too I feel Bob Haislop. his way home he \. I
and Mrs. J. H. Court- Methodist Co-Ed Class en-. Miss Inez Dempsey, daughter clock to discuss "Eternal Valuesin ',like an Id jet aakln for "Deadly Is Mr and 'Mrs. Tom Green less looking negro map ly
manch announce the marriage of Joyed a social and business meeting -I William Claude Christian Education." the Evil Tongue", "How Green and Into town I-Ie :l
their daughter Anita, to George at the home of Its teacher of Mr. and Mrs. The group captain, Doris Crews,, Was My Valley" "Swift Flows Mrs. Mack Henderson and children the caution light put !'>;
Thomas Burrell, formerly of and director, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Dempsey of Waldo, and Elton F will &ive'the Introduction. The River", "When the Whip- of Jasper spent last Wednesday service station Vh. "
Spartanburg S. C., on JUDe 18th Tuesday night following the Sheehan of New Smyrna Beach, Discussion No 1: "What Do We I poor-will", and-to cap the cli with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd went directly to !bare(
in Jacksonville.The official Inauguration of its latestproject son of Mr. and 101.... J P. Sheehanof Mean By Christian Education" max-"After Many a Summer Crosby. Mrs. Henderson an !Mr. and Mrs S. R the !
bride Is a concert viollnUtand installation of flood lights Lake Worth was solemnized will be led by Jennelle Hutchlngs. Die the Swan" Jus' got to children remained fcr a longer dand', knocked on the JObnaj
was a prominent member of on the municipal tennIs courts in The Subject for Discussion No. thlnkin' how terrible 'twould be to himself whether to PI
r several leading musical organizations order to expand the recreational In the First Baptist church of 2, will be "Christian EducationHaa if the trend spreads to our public visit body was home Or Dot !
in Jacksonville Including the facilities of Starke which, at I Jacksonville at high noon Sat The Advantage 0 f The school text books Can you J. R. Kelly, deputy clerk of the Johns came to theSince l''hen !
B Friday Muslcate Symphony and present, are very limited. urday, June 15. World's Greatest Guide-Book imagine: "Poorly My Spelling' circuit court, Is off on his vaca- strange, inadequate door, be
sf the Little Symphony Orchestras.She Members of the class and several The bride' only attendant washer The Bible." This discussion will Progresses," "How Tough Is My tion this week. went on. excuse
attended the Jacksonville guests arrived shortly after sister Miss Claudia Dempsey! be given by Eloise Bullock Algebra", or "After Many a Mur- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutch- he J
College of Music and has done the tennis matches were over and of Jacksonville, Who wore a lovely "Christian Education Has The der Dies the Kings English"? Inson and children of Wateroakwere crossed the had failed >tb'e
t 4 V radio work In Jacksonville. She were seated about the dining dress of dusty rose shadow cro Inspiration of the World's Great- Well, neither can I imagine it dinner guests of Mr. and Davia"' home,Street to the t
also was graduated from the New room and living room. The latter chet. She wore a leghorn hat eat Teacher-Christ., will be and Ie'. hope our writers go back : side and went" W!
Mrs. Marcus Conner last screen
Orleans Conservatory of :Music. was made more attractive by a banded In velvet ribbon, and a. given by Claudie Hazen to the old-fashioned one and two Sunday. hooked he door. it wtr
Mr. Burrell Is a prominent large bowl of rosea centered on corsage; of gardenias. Ray Good- Jack Shephard will lead a discussion word titles before such an awful Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and 'on ; eased onto the
business man here, being the the mantle. Refreshments of win of Jacksonville served as best on, "Christian Education thing comes to pass son, Henry, and Miss Barbara through through the the front i'
proprietor of the Magnolia SeaFood ,. sandwiches, cookie and punch man for the bridegroom Mr.Rheehan. I Has The Advantage of The High Understand the Rollin' or Mote spent Sunday afternoon at Ing room, hall, acre :'
and to 'Zf.
M.rk.t were served. I est Ideals And Objectives." Walkln' and Kingsley Lake. j the
Club a new In
very corner on whl/h.. .n...._ .
Upon their return from their) Afterward a business meeting r Mrs. Sheehan was attired In Discussion No. 5, "Christian exclusive organization was born Miss Barbara Mote of Jackson- etbook lay, -OUt- !.Iav,Ite'
wedding trip Mr. and Mr. Bur /was held, a committee for the I white chiffon over blush taffeta Worlds Education" Trains For Two on the street here in front of Al- ville Is spending a while with $17, which he of It
rell will be at home to their next social appointed and tickets I for her wedding. She wore a Silcox. will be led by Fannie varez' store Wednesday after-. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly off with. successfully
friends at the home of the bride's to be sold by members of the I large picture hat and a corsageof I noon Charter members are In the
1. parents. class for the show the class I heavenly blue as tors. Her only Bill Graham, Joe Wilson, Frank I. meantime 3n
sponsored yesterday were distributed. ornament was a string of pearls. Baptist Circles Of W. M. S. Landrum, and Theodore Young District Scout Meeting was alJ. upstairs- napping tI1ro

Miss Betty Briggs Immediately following the cere- To Meet Next Monday You can become a member Committee members of the about When 45: minutes she came i dour:,

Honored At Weiner Roast mony, the bride and groom left Three circles of the Woman's soon as your tummy gets big Suwannee River Boy Scout District covered the later lIIe
Y Tommy Smith Celebrates for a wedding trip after which enough to make It hard to tell met here : Sheriff robbery and (
Monday night to A.
Yi Missionary Society of the Baptist If O. Andreu.
Miss Betty Brlgg, attractive Sixth Birthday AnniversaryTommy they will live In New Smyrna Church will meet Monday after- you're rollin''or walkln discuss matters of Interest to Within
,, house guest of her uncle and Beach. The bride traveled in a noon at 3:30 o'clock. Circle No. Luther Powell won't know it troops in this area. Lee Montague being called fifteen minute
aunt. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Smith, young son of navy silk crepe frock with matching 1, Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader, will 'til- he reads this col., but the of Lake City, chairman of the his Sheriff Andreu(
DepUty Ben
klaa, at their summer home on Mr. and Mrs L. F. Smith, cele- accessories. meet at her home with Miss Etta magnificent tones of his rich bass district presided over the meeting thief and had Rowe caught t
Klngsley Lake, was the honored brated his sixth birthday anniversary Mrs. Sheehan Is the oldest Tison as co-hostess. voice once made a very strange and members from several coun- recovered. the money r
guest Thursday night, when they with a party at his home on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W C. Circle No. 2, Mrs. II. L. Brown- Impression on a small girl, at ties were present. Troop Com Hege's He was stopped
entertained at a welner roast. Monday, June 24. Dempsey. She attended Central : lee, leader, will meet with Mrs.. church for the first time She mittee members from Starke was trying filling to station whet
The guests met at seven o'clock After receiving his young Business College at Gainesville, Arch Thomas at her home on was little Agnes Lawson, Just were hosts M. G. Boswell, Scout Jacksonville catch a ft,
and roasted welnera around abig guests and opening his many also the State College for Women, Klngsley Lake. This meeting will turning two at the time Executive of the North Florida all charges, but At first he *
bonfire. gifts, Tommy and hla friends enjoyed -I and Stetson University. be in the nature of an all day When Luther (who really has a Council, was present and an- :fully later coif!
Following supper Informal playing games under the Mr. Sheehan Is a graduate of meeting and at noon a covered perfectly swell voice) struck a nounced that Harry L. Read of
games were enjoyed. direction of Miss Kate Struth. New Smyrna Beach High School, dish luncheon will be served. particularly deep note, Agnes Louisville, Ky., has been addedto To Expand
Miss Lois Adklna assisted her The color scheme of pink and and is an employe of the Florida Circle No. 3, Mrs H L. Hough, leaned over to her mother and the staff of professional scout- Child A'
mother In entertaining and aervIDg. white was carried out In the East Coast Railroad. leader, will meet in the Church stage-whlspeied": "What's that ers. Mr. Read was also presentat The State Welfare Board
Mama-a
flowers used for decorating, and Annex with Mrs. Hough as host- cow? the meeting ,flounces that a 20 percent o
Those Invited to enjoy the In the punch served throughout Circles To Meet Well, guess I'd better sign offan' elon of the Aid to Dm..,
evening with the honoree were: the afternoon.The I ess.Circle No.4, Mrs. L. A. Can- start runnln' No tellin' Births During June Children program Is in proi r
Misses Gayle Sewell Snookte pink and white The two circles of the Woman's ova, leader, will meet Monday what might happen after pullin' will be effective as ,
birthday sum
Corpening of Montreal N. C., Society of Christian Service of night at 7:30 o'clock at the home that one, but it was jus' too Following are the latest births limited staff permits the
Peggy Forehand of cake, with six pink candles, was good to keep So rwi
Albany Ca, the Methodist Church will meet of Mrs. Jerry Moore with Miss long In Starke and surrounding com- I investigation of eligibility.ng .
and Jim Sewell, Emmett Perry- the center of Interest for sometime Clyde Nelle Thomas as co-hostess. See you In the next munities, as recorded in the local May Bradford County hi
afternoon at 3:30 o'-
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Monday :
man Mike Dew, Freeman '
Regis after which I Tommy's -Carolyn. doctors' offices: families totaling 41 chlldMi
ter, Andy Adkins, Bobby Cot- mother, assisted by Miss Struth, clock. Circle No. 1, Mrs. E. K. New Arrival Announced Mr. and Hrs Carl rolled. They received a feral
trell of Hough,
Leesburg and Charles served Ice leader will with First Air Conditioner
cream and cake to Perryman meet the month of $357,
Brooker June 14 an au
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Lindsay of Winston-Salem Friends of Mr and Mrs Joe girl.
N. C. the 20( guests Mrs. T, J. Griffin and Mrs. Car grant; per child of SS71
H. Wilkins will be Interested to Dr. J. W. Brownlee, local Mr. and Mrs Issac Mann,
I rie Rltch at their home on Cherry learn of the birth of a daughterto dentist Monday Installed Starke's Brooker, June 15, boy.

Street. them at the Alachua County first commercial air conditioning Mr. and Mrs. John L., Parrish, Enlarging Cafe
Circle No. 2, Mra. L. D Green Hospital 'In Gainesville Wednesday unit In his office :
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over
Margue Orange Heights, June 16 .
boy.MI" Mr. and
Big FREE Show i leader, will meet at the home of of last week The baby has rite's Shoppe. The unit was installed and Mra. a this week Mrs. Charles Bare
Mrs. 8. A. Weldon 0 n Walnut, been named Christine Elaine and by Austin WInkler George Wesley enlarging
and Is Jordan, Starke, June 18, restaurant, "Tuck's Cafe,"
Street with Mrs S. S. Dowling as both the mother and child, are a General Electric Room Cooler boy. |
co-hostess. I doing well. for cooling, filtering, and humidI- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Baxley, | Road 13 opposite the courh
-- fying fresh air and MiddJeburg, June 22, girl. \ large cement block, wood-
COMINGSTARKE I air. The conditioner expelling Is a window stale Mr. and Mrs Alexander H. dining and dancing room Is I

I Carolyn CallstreetShe model and is located in the chair Warren, Starke, June 8, boy constructed I joining the pe
room for building on the south Wotexpected
white patients Passing Mr. and, Mia. J. J. Moody, to be
from the outer office into the air Starke, June"U, boy. completed
ONE WEEK conditioned week and the opening will be
.ONLY Sees Night Tennis A t Last .--I, stepping Into chair a refrigerator.room Is ""like Mr. and Mrs. W E. Kirkland, rent of next week-end llr
Lawtey, June 17, boy. ton said.

./ Well folk' It really hap- Citadel, An3y<' ,.
I pened The tennis courts Sublimely oblivious of the thril- ,
lights I mean They cameon ling ( ?) tournaments in progress,
our smot young things played Bobby Jackson and Ferol Jones
tennis, and WAS everybody jitterbugged on the sidelines .
TO OPEN MONDAYOn happy After so much post- Jus' couldn't stand to waste all S..R.Johns&SonsCASH

ponement, 'twas almost too goodto that good music But to get
be true Certainly was a back to the real athletes: Cholly
thrill to see the lights actually pobby and Preacher GaInes were
Lot At Night Owl Cafe blaze on Makes that end of In fine form, takln' all comers
town look too citified for any- like Hitler took Paris Not AND CARRY PRICES FOR JUNE 28 & 29
thing the least of attractions was Dot
Slogan for the courts will' Toney jus' too tennlsy dressed PHONE 45 NEAR S. A. L. DEPO
On Route 13 doubtless be "pay while you play" for words __
or vice versa Simply drop The Co-Ed Clans, sponsors of
!your money In the slot and let the bright night lights, certainly 24 Pounds SILVER KING FLOUR Guaranteed 75
there be light Quite a nice do big things In a big way ,
II first-night crowd at the dedica- If Walter Winchell wouldn't get
I II tion Tuesday All kinds of ore I'd toss you folks a cotiplayorchlds
I athletes Those who cavort Lard Can - $3.40 Tomatoes Can 6
ALL SINGING over the courts and those who Sam Alvarez, Cliff Hazen, -
DANCING MUSIC'AND get exercise twisting their necksto Everett McKinney, George Man-
watch the ball from the sidelines area, Buck Crawford, and Ralph Bulk
Extra curricular enter- Storey are the all-male cast takln' Vinegar, Gal. 15c Lemons Dozen 20
tainment was also on tap when part In a more or less "delightful" ,
FUN
someone thoughtlessly let Andy drama entitled "A Week In
Adkins get too near the mike the Managsa Cottage on Kingsley FRYERS
and he started reel tin' poetry: Lake" You boys didn't know Alive or Dressed Pound 2S
Performance "Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, but your Aunt Carolyn was peepln'In
Starts 8 P. M. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. lie the window the other night,

wasn't fuzzy,..wuz he?" Trust did you? Don't worry Kitchen Matches
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for
that Isn't all they teach you at I I I won't tell a soul At least, 5c Toilet Tissue 3 for 10Staley's

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I AND BARBECUE WILD: WEST RODEO I. the celebratin'Guess Shell Sam Place his in,retirement' .restln. This up popular from and I Starch, 3 for lOc Fresh Tomatoes, 3 lbs.10*

I night spot Is under the manage-
ment of InMan Green now, you
1 .' know 10 Pounds SUGAR
r 'c
to services Sunday night and
,, somebody swiped his bicycle right
from beside the Church Peanut Butter 2 Lbs.
Sheriff Oscar found it later, how- 20c Chase & Sanborn lb. 21<
ever, in a pine thicket not far I ,
from town I
Can't get over seeln' Geo Man- Relish Quarts
i -k 20c Bananas 4 Ibs. 15
ass sittln' In the show, actually -
i looktn on the other night _
Ia I All because sister Mlna Is here .
and' George can' take a few days Sliced Breakfast BAG
r off lie misses a lotta good 0 N, Pound .. 1 16
shows sit Un' In the box office
I z wj and has to depend on his friends
to tell him what they're all Hens Pound
about - 17c I Rib or Brisket Stew 1211-

Even at that I guess he sees! ,

I isn't more zackly than Mr.what Will you'd Wall call, who a Wis. State Cheese lb. 21c Swift's Prra. 31c<

rabid movie fan Understand :;' Hams -
he saw his SECOND talkie while -

I vacation he and Mrs.recently W. were. Good away thing on)I Pounds BLUE ROSE RICE 18

II everybody isn't that movle-un- .
1 conscious Hedy Lamarr would ,


I I II I I|be panties be combing goin', and around the"Clark.gutter with Gable for "ducks"patched would I j I Peanut Hay, 100 Ibs. 1.35 Sweet Feed -j

KINGSLEY ItEACII JULY JTII I

SEE Admission TIlE ItOV lUlU HIS IIOK3H: STANDING ON HIS IUIN: TilE SADDLE i i|Yawker Glad is to liftUT see Its that 80phllltlcated the Noo': Edan Mash - 2.45 Tuxedo 2.7((
: Adults lOc Mash
Children Egg
25c -Good Plate Lunch With : voice In protest against the cycle -

I Bar. -Q 20c Cold Drinks for Sale of silly book titles that seem to
(Sponsored By force Brothers of Jacksonville 'be In favor with authors and pub
) Ushers Jus' now This mag. SCRATCHFEED.j
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BfADFOROBITS D COUNTY "TELEGRAPH
STARKK, FLORIDA
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of LOCAL NEWSP Roberta Whitfield of the State c: J

Farm pent yesterday and today f Recipes Miss visiting Nettle Dowling relatives.U In Tallahassee NOTICE J

-- -- ------- -- ---- ----- ---- with" Virginia Sewell and her The! registration books of the i

pent Wednesday Miss Dolly Lamb Is enjoyinga Miss Christine -- -- guest, June Dyer of Bartow. __nO _____ __ __ ._______ City of Starke will be open for '1: ":',c, '
Smith on busineee.r two weeks' vacation In Ashely, Cutshaw returned Mr. and :Mrs. T. T. Long and the registration of electors from "( y ."SI\
to
her
Gn home In Pineapple fpnldo Down Cake
yjCp9e, Ohio with friends., Tenn., Monday Greenville, Mrs. Charles H. Allen spent : young son Tom, and Mr and Saturday. July 13. 1940. to Sati"{ ,i N
after
an
Dfrs. fI, A. Bishop visit here. extended several days last week at the' Mrs. Rufus Johnson of Graham Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and their urday, August 10, 1040. Inclusive, t,, 1

In Jacksonville. First Class Kodak Flnl'hlng, State Farm as the guest of the I sent us a'recipe for pineapple upside houseguests, Mrs.) D. C. Forehandand at the City Hall. i ; ,
gonday. Hoover Bros. Studio. Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.Expert down cake that certainly Carl Johns '\' ;
--------- Mrs. W. H. Perkins daughter, Peggy of Albana, i '
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has '.
returned sounds Registration Officer,
good. Of all desserts' f
tl>y "Cknowl- after Ga., and Charles lJntl ay, Jr., of "
enjoying
a
ynnM visit with Kodak City of SUrke.
( this is
Finishing of
Quick one the favorites and I
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Mrs. W J. Epperson, Sr., and her daughter, Winston-Salem, N. C., are
Mrs.
pta lnexpenatva-Brad. R. V. Service spending 2-28 l
Trask Hoover Bros. Studio. we. know you're eager to trly It. 3t 7-13 1
Mrs. G. A Anderson In this .
TtltlrP- spent Tues Lakeland. week at the Bryant S. ; :
panty) r day in Jacksonville. Cake batter. Carroll I ,1 I
cottage -
on Kingsley Lake. -
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova 3 egg yolks, beaten. I. I
;Grace Dew left Saturday AU legal blanks, promissory and daughter, Carolyn of Gaines 1 cup sugar (combined with the -LAEFITIOFP ,"! J ,!'
I JIIontb's vacation In New George Flynn, Jr., spent Sat oteit, retain title noU-a, carried ville were guests Sunday of Mr. egg yolks and beat well.) The Rev. and Mrs. A. K. Light-
a urday and Sunday In Gainesvillewith In stock Canova's foot and daughter Nancy and \ i
by the Bradford County mother, Mrs E. E. Can- One-third cup pineapple juice I.
city his cousin Mrs. Q. W.
LUcian Gray. Telegraph.Mrs. ova. 1 cup flour sifted with one tea- Alderman returned

son. George, I spoon baking powder Friday from Baltimore, Md., : : ':

3 Flynn and Tuesday In Frances White of Tallahassee D. A. Monteith and son, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonand Combine above Ingredients and where they attended the Southern "} .. ,. ,'

t gfonday Is i the guest of her uncle and Ralph Rhodes left Monday for children of Jacksonville are mix well. Baptist Convention. They were ", I ,

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova. Atlanta, Ga., to visit Mr. and spending this week at Mrs. W. J. Fold In beaten egg whites. accompanied home by Mrs. G. C. r : .,t:! '

L. Henderson and Mrs. J. H. Gill. Epperson's cottage on Kingsley Melt 1-4 lb. butter In a deep Alderman and two sons, George : 1
ji and Bruce
who will remain I
of Jasper are guests of Jake Rozler of Leesbarg has Lake. pan and Into this stir 1 1.2 cups month's fora It" ,
ren visit '
Mrs. A. H. Johns. i returned after spending last Miss Jenelle Hutchings returned brown sugar. Then add 1 cup j ,,
aDd I '
week here with Mr. and Mrs.. Guy Saturday from a five week's visiti .{'' I. P. Shepherd Jr., relief agent crushed pineapple, drained. Pour !!. ;"

-. and Mrs. R R. Hutchlngs Sale. with relatives in Alabama,, Missouri 'I with the Railway Express Agency, cake batter over this mixture and Misses Jean Davis, Martha and I !ftl '

,, Montie, of Galnes- and Illinois. ia the guest this week of his parents bake slowly In a covered pan. Margie' Mathews, and Eleanor vII; :; "" .

daughter were guests Sunday of Mr. Mrs. Emma Murphry left j Mr. and Mrs. I P. Shepherd When done turn ,upside down, St. John left Tuesday for Camp j, 1 f
today ,
"
bing!' parents, Mr. and Mrs. for Brownsummltt, N. C., to Friends of Harry H. Houston I and serve with whipped. cream Oleano near High Springs, where .f' .., ;I', }. '
will regret to learn that if desired. I'', ..I'i'l
Hutchlngs spend the remainder of the sum- he is Mrs. C. they will 'attend a ten days' meet- i" Y
C.
confined Hoppe and 't
to his home this son
mer. week Jimmy, returned ing of the Young Peoples' conference for (ju. ECONOMY jt' f .
because of illness. I Wednesday to I Mrs. J. H. Blasingame returned ..,. i.
W. ,
their home in Tampa after spendIng Wednesday after spending of the Presbyterian Church. : "i' : !':

ORIIECT guest Joan of Dobrow her grandparents of Pahokee la Mr.the Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, 1 L. two weeks here with Mrs. O. several weeks In Jacksonville, She Misses Evelyn: and Marjorle I Intar for it't.worth.hat,1"TODAY (. .p,.,.["

Miss Lois Adkins, and Misses ; Beasley. was accompanied home by her Stump, councilors, Sine M,. La/fit OUdo
and MM. B.- Jacobs at accompaniedthe '
MEN, Kingsley I ; ; ;
Evelyn and Marjorie two and .. .
roil Stump spent grandchildren, Betty thl.- Jt
,
Lake. young girls to V '
Monday In Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Cue Quartermanand Sandy Blasingame l who will spend! camp. Ot>..rr. M. ....11. "I :f,t ;\ : \
James Deaver of Brunswick several here. of thrifty bliss '
nqraved days r '\
\ genuine Miss! Jewell Reddish of Lawtey Mrs. A. M. Darby has re- ,Ga., were week-end guests of Mr. Mr. and Mra J. B. Carlisle ,I 'r :t n.'if
Is spending this week in turned from and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy at spent Sunday In Waycross and "'f
Starkeas a week's It-
visit in
PERSONALTATIONERY i Albert Torruella, a former resident ..
the guest of Miss Inez Cut- Gainesville with her daughter. Kingsley Lake. of Starke, and two young Thomosvllle, Georgia, and theirdaughter HAROLD C. WALL ,', ':' I
Miss \
shaw. Mrs. C. W. Audrey Carlisle,
Chalker.
friends, Richard and Frank
Friends of Eugene Finley will Egan accompanied them from Way- ,1' '
.
White, all of New York I
4 u Ml.* a mem apart osbdltlduol Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter Miss Ruth Rowe spent. last be interested to know that he Is enjoying a vacation here.City They are cross to Thomnsville. Mrs. II. N. 6ENEQAL P INSUfA .rt:j. \
than the Lord of .
ol tut* Thomasvllle "
Improving after returned to "
l dl.(ovravkditniy Madge, spent last week in week in Jacksonville with her I undergoing] a plan to visit South Florida before Starke: '
il } with
tI)guulM brother and serious operation at the Veter-, Mr and Mrs. Carlisle PLEASE PHONE : "
DeLand with sister-in-law
Col. and Mr.
Mrs. ,
lor iodal camipeadi J. E. and I j returning home. l 'If'v'
and Is .,
lit l social con ct .M U aol Futch. Mrs. Vernon Rowe. ans Hospital In Lake City. here spending ten days I I 10 ':'JI ::1':1'I
I
as their guest. /,;
,
I j
j,. W* stile Mr. The Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith I f,' :
IIINII and 100 EavvlopM onotm.adf Mr. and Mrs. Earl Searing have Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and daughter and Mrs. Smith Carter and f
Of and Bob and Jim, of
sons
Bond with not O..Ii returned from Pahokee where Mr. Joan accompanied by Mrs.P. children, Ann and Smitty, of
Washington D. C., will arrive
Biti ol g.nuinI lte.1 dYloq A. Dinkins of Thomaaville, Ga., were guests last
Searing was stationed for several Lawtey, spent
Tuesday for a few days' visit
J I tat only weeks. Monday In Jacksonville. week of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Odom LEMONS J..fT '
!
with Mrs. Stith's Mr.
05Wading ,and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wise. parents TipTop
$ and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, before ,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood are: Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree I going to DeLand for a visit. "
Mr. and Mrs. 20c
of Clarence Nuss- Dozen
Jacksonville .
were : '
this Sunday
U. nfravxl plate. spending week at Kingsley guests -- ,
I. 1 baum of Jacksonville will ..( jrocery j-
of Mrs. spend
ACED m CABINET HANDSOME cm Lake Powell.with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. and Mrs. G. Boree's H. Bennett.parents, Mr'l..'Sunday at Kingsley Lake as Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett G ; : r I ::

I guests of Mrs. Nussbaum's parents spent the week-end in Jackson T\\

Engraved.StaHowry .-.... Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. Charles H.:- Allen ')'' Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. ville with Mrs. lIenneU'..pllrenta, LETTUCE f' ; \
..... $1. up R. H. Harbour 'I' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hogan. They f ; r rI
Stephen St. John, and
and family, Mrs. Sue Llddon Rol- Roger & Market ,I.
were home her
Mlsa accompanied by
Gloria Johns
Mathews and Miss I ," -1.
have returned from \
lins and Mrs. Effle Boaz Cor- aboys' i
IADFORD COUNTY dray, all of Jacksonville, spent camp near Miami. j;are Martha spending Lee Ryan this of week Jacksonville here as will sister be Miss their Marjorie guest for Hogan sometime.Mr. who. 28 & 29-1940 2 Heads 15c r : \, < ,t:

TELEGRAPH the past week at Kingsley Lake > !

29 Starke, Fla. I at "White Water Lodge," theHarbour's the C.week-end C. Hoppe here of Tampa with spent j guests: Mr.of and Miss Mrs.Johns'T. J,grandparents Grlftln.I and Mr*. M. L. Lawson ISc ; : ;
summer Pickles Dill Sweet Quart
I I cottage.LAD Hoppe and Mr. and Mrs. O. and children Fay, Buddy and I or t ,,r;t

Beasley at Kingsley Lake. L.I j Mrs. W. M. Wimbcrly and, Sonny, of Auburndale were guests 'I'+ I, ,I\r
I daughter Miss FreddIe' Wimberly, Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.\ II. A.

-I E'S I Mr. and Mrs. F.:-W" Varnedoeof i I returned Monday after spending Lawson. They were accompanied Fancy Bananas 4 Pounds ISc )F :
-
Palatka were guests Sundayof I I la week In Orlando art the guesta home by H. O. Lawson, who has : "y

Mrs. Varnedoe's Mr. a cousin, Mrs.. V B. Cren- spent the past three weeks here. .
\\'ou'll Enjoy Bowling Too! parents shaw. ; ,"
and Mrs. W. P. Smith. I '
Him linn/ lit a sport everyone : Kodak Finishing, Hoover llrixt. G f. Juice Can 5c \' :l/
- -
young or old, can en- Miss Betty Briggs of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hinson of Studio rape ; ; :: ; :

joy It's healthful, Jt help"kN'p Is the guest of her uncle I I Ft. Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs
jour waistline slim and aunt, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. R. W Mills and daughter, Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sewell and Irish Cobbler Armour's Star t i ''rtPOTATOES
MissN '
"Inll 11'8""It .t !..or.fUit..1oot.. "'.f,. oYe Adkins lit Kingsley' Lake.Dr. .* of Jacksonville'<.were week lon, Jim, and daughters
end guests of Mr. ana Mrs. F. F. Gayle Sewell and Virginia Sewell, .
Stop in some afternoonsoon. Flume. accompanied their Bubble MILK
S Sternberg of Daytona i by guest. -
Rung a friend.Instruction Cottrell of LeeHburg, will
-
--- -
i Kingsley Beach spent Lake the with week-end his par'nts/at Mr. and Mrs Frank Hlllyard j I I leave for Tlfton, Ga. to attend 10 Pounds 3 Tall Cans '::

Free I and two daughters, Marjorie and j the Overstreet family reunion. '
Mr. and Mrs N. Stem berg.
When Requested I[I II Jean and Mr. Illllyard's "mother. They are expected to return July 20cNugget 11c i.}'

.' Friends of T. J. Griffin will be i 1 Mrs Rltch. all of Oakland, Cal, 5. I

glad to learn that he has were recent guests of Mrs. A. M. I '
resumed -

KINGSLEY BEACHAT agent after his being duties confined as railroad to his! ,I Darby. [, Mr.New and York Mrs.City M. me Williamsonof visitingMr. Fruit Cocktail, Can 121hc' a ;'

KINGSLEY home Mrs. T J Griffin. Mrs. C. Williamson's mother Mrs. E. .
LAKE for some time because of I I E'I
Illness. I I Johns bites Hetty ..Green, R. Williamson and sister Mrs 10 Pounds ,
i Ii Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville' Mike Dew. While here, Mis.
II
were visiting Mrs A. )t. Pettit Dew and her guests, and Misses
I In Gainesville, Wednesday after- I Grace and Arline Dew spent u SUGAR 45c : \

NAT SEZ: CentaWordFOR noon. few days touring Interesting .
i points In South Florida. l

Fourth of July It just! around the Mr. and Mrs P R. Baggett of I
L i Tea Glass 1 Pound 15c ;
F tt comer; remember the Big Uarl> SALE CIIEAP -- 500 ten- Wllliston were week-end gnests Mrs. W. B., Sewell and daughters. Tops Jelly ,

1., cue Lint Fourth wish.: w. could acre tracts for strawberry : of their son-in-law and daughter, Miss Gayle Sewell and Virginia ,, :1
afford one like that every year, growing. Improved or unim 'i Mr. and, Mrs E. L. Williams. Sewell, returned Saturday '
I. '.' don't you? or do you. proved. Easy terms. Harrell Mrs. Baggett remained for a from Lceflburg, where they vlsHt'111 Macaroni 3 For lOc :
- -
From now on, we'll probably have & Edwards, Lawtey, Fla. longer visit. Mrs. Sewell's brother-in-law and

to spend our barbecue money for 5-31 5tp slater, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cot. I
gun! Col.! and Mrs W. II. Nollman trell. They were accompanied Armour's Star Fancy Tub '
It's not a very pleasant thought FOR SALE--Farm tools and and daughters. Hetty Jean and homo by June Dyer of Bartow I!

but what rise ran we do. household goods; 50 iron posts, Catherine. of Sebrlng spent a I who la visiting Virginia, and Hllb.1ble I PURE LARD BUTTERPound
20c each. Box 312 Starke
We'll buy gun for a few year*. I few days here 'this week, en route I Cottrell, who Is the guest of

inert maybe we can get buck to I_ --- 6-21 2tp I to their summer home In Highlands Jim Sewell. : 2, 1 Lb. Cartons
------
normal living again. FOR SALE OR TRADE-2-horse N. C. <

wagpn and 2-horae disk har i I 15c 32c
I row. Will swap for 1-horse :Mr. and Mr W H. Mundy, Jr., ,

wagon and 1-horse harrow.J. .- and small daughter Claire Jean ATTENTION ;

A W. Jordan R. 2, Starke Itp are spending a ten-day vacation ;
Salt Matches 4 Boxes lOc
1 I I in Laurens. S. C as guests of I or -
BARGAINS !good used furniture Mr. Mundy's\. parents, Mr. and FARMERS [

Beds, springs, mattresses, | Mrs.. W. B Mundy. .
and I Corn Beef Can 17cKellogg's
wardrobe oil stoves dining j ANIITIMCTOR I Target -
r room nuit9. slightly uned. Call Mrs. E S Matthews Is ex-1 ,

and see us.-The Loft, 22 E. peeled to return the latter part I f

11 Bay St Jacksonville, Fla of this week after spending the OWNERS Corn Flakes - 61c

6-28 8-16 past month in Orlando with her! .

I Idaughters' Bon-In.law and daughter, Dr. and I I

SELLING OUT ALL. OF OUR MOTHERS--Let school me dresses make your 35c: Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Sinclair J is offering/ special i Smoked White ,"

MEN'S and up.-Mrs. Grace Norman :Mrs. Frank Smith and familyof Bacon Lb. lOc I Bacon Lb. 8c
AND WOMEN'S SUMMER co; J. S. Austin. Lawtey, Fla. Orlando arA spending this delivery I service i iI ,

WANTED TO TRADE-A good I month at one one of the Kin- throughout the entire territory I fOil i' ,

SHOES dry Jersey milch cow for a ,cald-Beasley cot tag-en on Kings- I Pound 1 Can 25c ;

: freslv. mile, cowy\ Will' t pay'dif.. I ley Lake. They will be joined The Sinclair truck, I Sausage, ,
GROUP 'OC. Frederick, 1 later by Judge Smith. ,
1 GROUIH2 cmOUP3j fer e n c e. --
stocked with

An Sport lien g $5 AU Men's $3.50 Ail Men's $3 STRAYED Starke, Fla--Several, hend of stock Itp tl I returned Mr. -and-last MrJ.--- -week- M.from. Brownies Washington line of II-C gasoline a complete kero- Scott Tissue, 3 Rolls - 25c,

Shoe!! & $.I Grades Sport Shoes and
marks
cattle of various I, D C They were accompanied sene, tractor fuel Opalineand
$3,88 brands but all are branded AJ.' horn by Pound 19c
$2.98 $2.49 T and have metal tags In ears ,will visit his grandparents, Mr. Pennsylvania motor Palace Bacon, -
Federal Bangs Inspection. H. L. Hrownlee.
GROUP denoting I and Mrs.
I GUOUP 5 GROUP 6Rgmtn's Information leadingto -- --- oils and greases will call at I

$3 & ; Ends recovery will be appreciatedand Mr. 8n<.t. Mr George U. Powell Treat Armour's 25c
Aso ,Women's $2.49 Odds and any expenses in connection I and son. Bobby. have returnedto your door weekly. - -

Grades Shoes--go at Women's Shoes therewith will DP gladly paid.A. their home in Newton, ft. C.,

$2.49 J. Thomas. Starke, Fla. I.after enjoying a villa here with Drop Us A Card :
I Ilr. Florida Rib Stew Pound
$1.98 $1.00 6-14 3t Powell'i mother Mrs. Laura i 121/c :1
,
BUy I[I. Powell and Mr. and Mr. *. Or Call 1.'i8TUCKER
A NEW THESE MALE HELPVANTED2025: ', J'I
PAIR NOW AT i J II. Fields.
to travel
I free and able
men in territories of Starke, I'a-I ----- I & Chuck Beef Roast Pound 15c 'L .t
SAVINGSTtRNBERG Melrose Green Friends here of Mr, L. C. Ray, ,
latka, Waldo. I r regret to learn that she baa been. \ -
Cove. etc to work demonstrations.with manager Erttlcally Ill for the past week, : WAINWRIGHTAgents P & GSOAP JUST RITEFLOUR .

making J In. St. Luke's Hoeplwl In Jack }
Traveling and living expenses lonville. Mr Ray and their son Sinclair RefiningCo.
&
bonus
( Salary

? commission guaranteed.Starke Hotel.Ask for Starke Mr. ;Beckat St. ': tfrs.a ind daughter Laurie G.-In-law Ray,, are the with Rev. her.and 3 For lOc 24 Lbs. 73cl

that Mrs.
state
to
Ve are glad
I James Hotel, Palatka; or Box t
3232, Jacksonville. 8.14 3tplf=.ay U now slowly Improving. .
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N COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRII>AV, Jt\\o\: 28, IJ.

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I"AU SrC FARMERS' SECTIONHINTS "l Keep Cured Todacco Dry; :-Must Breeding- Destroy PlacesOf I --LIVE- -STATE--- NEWs1'


I MosquitoesScreening HOT COFFEE FATAL HASTINGS POTATO --

I Market May Be LateBy Pensacola.-Burns received 1tWNT8St v&I 1'.

FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL swatting, and spray- when a boiling coffee pot over- Augustine,
SENSE PURDOM bacco of the first two or three effective In keeping adult i fatal todayto A'-nln
COMMON J. M. of Ing are turned on her proved 175 cars of :t
best potatoes
cropping, in which the but 21monthold Wer.
Agent Atlantic mosquitoes out of the house Jo Ellen Boynton,
BERRIESAt WORK DESPITE NEWS I Assistant Agricultural tobaccos are usually and Mrs ped from the '
STILL THE the cigarette on daughter of the Rev Hasung
IT'S i Coast Line Railroad Co. barn of tobacco satisfactory control depends let\r\
one father is during the
offers for There's work to be done. found. Letting it is breeding places L. W. Boynton. The season Which cl
this time Nature this It Is not wet before elimination of
of military strife .As I am writing get too pastor of the First Christian recently, according
the mere gathering an abundanceof In While other reports countries continue to known when the tobacco markets taken out can easily take the pro- and destruction 0 f wigglers or Church here. Butch St. Johns county to Ln DI

fine blackberries. They may fit of the whole crop. A. N. Tissot, State Yields Ajnl
out Dr.
stream into are larvae, averaged
patches In flow In an endless will open this year. They it should approxia,
found In open tobacco ,
be "
where peace prevails In stacking Station entomologist 7 KILLED BY LIGHTNING barrels per acre,
fence corners thin country, usually opened the latter part of bare floor. Experiment as camps
wooda, grown-up be stacked on a
fields. Usually there' the every day work of not with out today.To Ocala-Seven persona were with the average yield of
August
and In "resting" and July or the first part The floor should be covered pointed rels t0 k
best berries favor of planting and harvesting material the family from killed by lightning nine miles per acre for the
and past
the largest this because of the situation straw or slmillar protect
but
other dry
year Prices
and fighting bugs and doing home here during a thunder- years. were fair
sun bruising the of
with alternate screen north and
prevent mosquitoes
the adult e.
places caused by Europeanwar which will not only
the
be done on
must growers received
that The victims
sunshine has things with Friday. some
much of the storm late last
Too and completely prom
hade. the referendum on a three- of the bottom layer carefully their Investments.FORMER '
s a tendency to make them emails farm.What the future will be insofar year control plan to be held on stack, but will provide ventilation screen wire of one-sixteenth! of an were gathering watermelonson shelter .

and dry. ? I affairs are concerned July 20, and the possibility that ,for the whole stack. Tobacco Inch mesh, Dr. Tisot. said. Mesh a farm and sought
international AfUUgJ
" Blueberries, huckleberries, elderberries I as Is as unfathomable aa unusual arrangements may haveto 'should not be stacked against an larger than one-sixteenth of an under a tree when the thunder _OFFICI1L

wild cherries, and gooseberries -, of the future. be made to take care of the I outside wall or before an open Inch will enable mosquitoes to shower came up. A bolt of light- Mlami. Fred W. Pne| > fo'm

In rapid succession. All many other things it's the job of the tobacco normally bought by the door, and the whole stack should crawl through into the home ning struck the tree, killing some Dade County solicitor w 8I'a
less easily found, Right now with tobacco screened, use a instantly and fatally Injuring the rested on a Federal
house
the
are more or farmer to ahead with his work export trade It Is possible the be carefully covered With indicia:
and certainly the easiest of all :, of construction go build a better, opening may be later than usual. sheets quilts or something household spray to kill the few others. charging conspiracy to V'.oIa1'

fruits to can. Large, luscious for rural people. While I However though- the crop this of the sort. mosquitoes that may come in the -White Slave Traffic At,

youngberrles with the characteristic the living radios and newspapers report I year is somewhat late consider This year the acreage Is considerably through doors when they are MARKET AUGUST FIRST Bond of $5,000 was reduced

4 flavor of the raspberry may day In and day out the tragic : able curing has already started less than last year and opened. Keeping all mosquitoesout Live Oak,-Florida's bright leaf $500 In Federal Court after sJ

now be found in many markets. happenings In other parts of the In the Georgia and Florida belt, there may be two barns in whichto of the house is particularly tobacco season will probably openon Attorney G. A Worley asked t

Why not follow the strawberry world, we must not deviate from! and the tobacco* must be kept cure a single crop. When thisIs Important if some member of the August 1, it was reported this Pine be released without bond .

shortcake days with hot black- our every day work-we must' until the markets open.It true tobacco does not have to family has malaria. week. Crops appear of a finer the custody of his attorneys

berry pie and hard sauce, blueberry not let the tobacco barn burn up is always important to keep be taken out of the curing barn "Like charity," the Experiment grade than in any other periodof cent G. Geblln and Ernes.!

muffins buttered liberally while listening to the radio or cured tobacco dry. Rotten tobacco promptly In order to make room Station worker said, "mosquito growth. Legislation to permitthe Roberta The former SOlicit

'r while hot, cobbler and wild reading the newspaper, we must never sells for more thana for another cropping. This makesit control should begin at home- tobacco growers to vote on was removed from office by (Go
"
l cherry pie? Let's enjoy these not let our crops and stock go fraction of the price of good right convenient, but it almost the place where the individualcan the question of establishing to- Doyle Carlton In 1932 and r

freshly picked sun-warmed ber- uncultivated and untended, and' tobacco, and the price of wet, Invariably results In tobacco do his part against these bacco marketing quotas for three- reinstatement from the 8h

ries while we may and can their the we must not forget that our need sour tobacco Is always less than hanging in the barn too long and pests. As very little water Is year periods Instead of one be- Senate the following year.

r aurplua. Berries canned In for food and feed and clothes and that of sweet, sound tobacco. This i getting wet, and the little convenience necessary for breeding dozens of came law today with the signature -

own juice and judiciously sweetened other essentials mist be met right year the difference may be even often is very dearly paid mosquitoes, all\ empty tin cans of President Roosevelt. CONE IN GOOD SII1FK;

to help hold the flavor dessert and on. more than formerly. Ii for. Also there are going to be broken bottles, discarded automobile Jacksonville, GOV Fred i

color, are tempting as By these words we 33 not mean In the Greogla and Florida more than the usual number of tires, and other articles that ELECTED SHRINE PRESIDENT< < Cone underwent a physical eiim
fruit or as dressings or sauces belt, where we have to cure and small of tobacco, which will should be des- nation at
custards and that farmers have forsaken their crops will hold water Tampa-Henry H. Cole, Tampa a hospital here yejt
,for dumplings sell\ tobacco during the hottest be taken off the farm to another Dr. Harold
desserts. daily routine work and business troyed. attorney, P a a t Potentate o f day. D.'an Schjlc
many other Juices.-Berry juices are !for the exciting news that Is coming and sometimes the wettest partof barn for curing In order to avoid Covering cisterns and rain barrels Egypt Temple Shrine, was elected said the examination had in
Berry do mean that we' the year, the only way a curing, say a half barn. When been completed but that
and healthful and the In. but we with tight screen placing President of the Southeast Shrine findin,
delicious ahead call for a generous 'should take the news we hear farmer can keep it dry is to this is done it seems like It is oil on standing water, emptyingand Association which is composed of so far Indicated the Governor
warm days take It out of the barn stack it Is cured
after
: strive mightilyto dry. hard to get It In "excellent condition. '
and
of berry juices. Juice "in stride" scrubbing watering troughsand 21 Shrine Temples In Florida, The ti
supply It in a dry place, and not takeIt before It wet. If this hap-
and construct- gets amination the
be made from any of the think clearly drinking vessels for stock Georgia Alabama, Tennessee, physician r
may berries, in combination or alone. ively and continue our efforts to off the sticks or grade It in pens the grower might better and poultry at least once a week, North Carolina South Carolina, plained, is one such as should! t
wet weather.It of
Use as soon after gathering as raise good crops for ourselves have saved also the expense filling in sink holes, puddles, and Mississippi and Louisiana. The made periodically In any case !

possible. Berries lose quality and for supplying others and to does not take tobacco longIn cropping and curing it. other low places, and pouring 1941 convention of the Associa- which a person has suffered!
our hot weather to damage If With the tobacco trade and our '
rapidly in "a warm kitchen. make our lives more satisfactoryand fuel or crude oil on ponds or tion will be held in Atlanta, Ga., heart attack. Governor Cone;
It too and It is
effortto
gets damp, usually Government making every
Crush and heat gently and slowlyto full. placing surface feeding fish In next September. confined to a hospital bere t fi
safest not to take It off the slicks provide 'a market for thlayear's
somewhat difficult to
the simmering point. Steam It is them are other ways of combat several weeks with a serioi
and grade It very long before it can assist
until berries are soft and there maintain one's orderly activitiesof Is crop, growers ting mosquitoes, Dr. Tissot ex PREHISTORIC< MASTODON heart attack two years ago, b
the day In the face of reportswe sold. considerably If they_ will keep later able
was to hla
Transferto plained. resume
of no
la a free run juice. have been receiving but It Is Tobacco of the best quality Is, their tobacco dry Take It out Arcadia,-The Arcadian of Arcadia -

jelly bag,* pressing to secureas to do so. We have our the easiest to damage if It gets I of the barn dry and keep It dry Mosquito control practices on reports the discovery near mal activities and appeared

much juice as possible. Add 1 necessary and feelings in con- too wet, and this Includes the to- until It is sold. larger lakes ponds marshes, and that city of the bones of a prehistoric have recovered fully
pint of sugar to each gallon of sympathies streams must b@ done on a rnm. mastedon. Two
----- --- ----- young
nection with the disorder that Is TO ENLARGE PROVING
juice. The sugar helps to retain munity basis.. The use of oil or men, Clarence Carlton, Jr.. and
both flavor and color, but It is rife In other countries, but we Death Penalty "Safety on the Highway" and fish or draining to prevent mosquito Roy Millikin, made the discoverywhile GROUNDS

not necessary for preservation.Pour must remember tHat our job is "Safety in the Home" were left. breeding should be done by swimming in Horse Creek, Washington,--The Army pia

hot juice Into clean hot the'regula r work of the day and Pronounced For The Florida Safety Council all citizens of the community and southwest of town. A portion of to add 191,000 acres to the an

bottles or jars and seal at once. we must not let our thoughts and Hammer SlayerDeath addressed various farm and Future professional engineering advice the huge skeleton was carried to now embraced by the Choct

Process at a simmering temper ,our efforts be weakened by useless Farmer groups. No effort should be obtained when needed. whatchee National Forest Fit
the Courthouse and placed on exhibition
ature quarts IS minutes If bot theorizing and speculating. In the electric chair is was spared that would bring home and convert the whole tract loa
"Mosquito control Dr. Tissot while the Smithsonian
tles are used they should be I Crops must be planted and the grim outlook for A. M. Cain. : to the agriculturist the need for proving ground. This was di
explained, "is Institute was notified of the find.
a good of
example
placed on their aides in the water harvested, stock must be watered gettl, 49, convicted hammer slayerof Safety in his operations. Much closed by Maj. Gen H. H. Araol
a problem in which
bath and should be completely I and fed fences must be repaired Mrs. Anna K. Hinson of Day. credit must be given Mr. Mayofor everyone chief of the Air Corps In test
should be SHOCKING TRAGEDY
concerned and take
covered by at least one and preferably :homes improved food and feed tona Beach. initiating this "Safety on the an mony made public today by t t.!
two inches of water at all produced and conserved, and all Farm" movement. active part. Where mosquito con- Dade City,-A shocking trag House Appropriations Commute
!I the other things on the farm must Ignoring the plea of Caingettl, trol Is carried on effectively edy occurred on Tuesday after.
times. Do not crowd them. If There were no guide posts to As a starter, the Army Is acqui
alias A. M. that he killed
Phillips, of the
be done. Let us concentrate our people community enjoy noon at five o'clock In Rlchland
used should come forest from the
jars are water the Agncu
go by. It was a Safety program Ing
for the middle-aged widow in self more comfort and the number of
efforts on these things, they when Doyle Bolden 9 and
May ,
at least one inch over their tops. that had to be developed from ture Department, and plars
constructive defenae, a circuit court Jury dei cases of malaria, dengue and
Store in cool, dry dark place. are the worthwhile, 1 i liberated 59 minutes before returning the ground up and the saving of other mosquito-borne diseases Vivian Sapp 7, were drowned in purchase 24,000 acres of prisxland
Berry Jam.-Use fruit as soon necessary things. more than 134' lives through his are Tucker Lake near their homes. within the forest boundirle
;J a verdict of first-degree kept to a low minimum"
The wars end some day, The
will children in.
after and were swimmingwith add
as possible gathering activities an
murderer Thursday night of last in the past three and Then It proposes to buy
'dd the construc-{
while fresh and firm not over and when they .week. one-half years is sufficient proofof their brothers and sisters tional 191,200 acres to complei
ripe. Wash quickly and drain tive things will be more than ever; the fine co-operation that was Tobacco QuotaTo and began playing with a boat. the site.

well, To preserve the bright color necessary. I There was no recommendationfor given Mr. Mayo's efforts by the I Be Voted Dovle May was seated In the boat _

and fresh flavor, cook only small or grind fruit and boil mixture 1 1I mercy, making the death pen press, Individuals, and groups who i On when Vivian who was In the :NEW TRAIN SCIIEDUX

quantities at one time, never more rapidly over a quick fire in a alty mandatory. Calngetti heard realize that Safety Is CommonSense I Saturday, July 20 water and holding to the aide of Northbound
than two quarts, and cook rapidly. Judge II. B. Frederick pass sen- the boat, found the boat had No. 2-Due Starke 6.13: am.
I
aluminum sauce
Measure or weigh and set aside I heavy pan. tence without showing a quiverof Secretary of Agriculture HenryA. drifted to deeper water, and In No. 108-Due Starke 8:21 p 4
When cooked until somewhat National recognition of MrMayo's
about one-half to threefourthsas 'I I emotion. Judge Frederick Wallace has some manner lost her hold on SouthboundNo.
announced that
much sugar, depending on I thickened, add sugar and continue granted 15 days In which to file program has been given, the boat and disappeared under I*Due Starke 10:33: p m I
cooking briskly, -jttrrlng and States have written In a marketing quota referendum
many
motion for retrial.A ml
acidity of berries used. Crush I a water. Her companion leaned No. 107-Due Starke 9.20 a
carefully until as thick as de signed confession by Cain. for the program. The only "Safety,! among growers of flue-cured tobacco over the edge of the boat to try Starke-Ilel! Branch I
sired. Many prefer to remove on the Farm" literature
TO CHECK .RIA seed from blackberries when making gettl was read to the jury by at the National Safety displayed Council will be held on July 20. to rescue Vivian when the boat No. 101-Leaves Starke 7 a n|

I jam. If so, put through sieve State Attorney Murray Sams, In Convention Representative growers, warehousemen was upset In ten feet of water daily except SundayNo.
was theFarm"
"Safety on
7DAYSeb6b concluding the State's caae. Theaccuxed resulting In the drowning of both 102 Arrives StarXe: 1!
add and
IN after first cook. Mehaure by Commissioner Mayo. businessmen of the
sugar, and cook until i l heavy. man testified on the sec- J flue-cured tobacco area requesteda .girls. p. m.
ond day of the trial that he
Pour Into clean, hot jars. Seal
tJ. signed the confession under duress, Many Strange vote before the market opens,
5 min
at once and process, pints DIRECTOR
but the judge overruled defense Inventions and suggested July 20 as the date. FUNERAL
IIQUID Ol TABUIJ utes at boiling. objections and admitted It as Appear At Present stocks of bright to- My Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render

evidence. \ Patent OfficeAmid bacco are the largest on record EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE:

BORES FUNERAL HOMEAmbulance Caingettl!; then testified that he aa a result of the huge 1939 crop MODERATE PRICES

Service Day or Night Phone 131 awakened at 4 a. m: on the morn the country's plans for and sharply reduced exports. Indications DeWITT C. JONES
ing of Jan. 18 to find MI'.. Hln national defense, Inventors. are that
are 1
July
We have added a late model AMBULANCE: to our equipment flooding the carryover Starke Florida
son. whom he described as his patent office with will be around 1,425 million
with special spring for easy riding common law wife, standing over Ideas ranging from bear traps pounds. The carryover a year

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" G. II. Bennett, Manager his bed with a slipper in one for enemy tanks to a proposal ago was 946 million pounds. Reports

hand and a hammer In the other for enlisting whales in a war from flue-cured producing

He declared he grabbed the against submarines. States indicate that approximately

J INSURE WITH ._.. hammer and hit her on the head, Every week brings a new batchof 740,000 acres have been

and then struck her four more Ideas which the patent office planted thIs year. With yieldsof

N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. times. He burled her body in a calls Impractical and which it rejects recent years the 1940 acreage W0Do

shallow grave near the house, he would produce a crop of between
BONDS
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY related, and by ,writing letters The tank trap suggestion came 600 and 675 million pounds. The

L 74 STARKE, FLORIDA signed with her name and using from a man who said he had 1939 crop amounted to 1,170 mil

other ruses he sought to conceal spent years trapping bears and lion pounds.

her death. -V big game, and that a huge steel I Meetings preliminary tn the referendum -- art ]

trap would l work as well on a are now under way In where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware

Bradford County Farmers Know tt."it's .' Safety Program tank as on a grizzly. the flue-cured tobacco area which given away with every $40 m trade

The whale plans came from a extends through Florida Georgia or certificates.Are .
Saves Many Lives man who said that whales couldbe Alabama, South and North Carolina Redeemed

the best"Land On Florida Farms captured, equipped with sub. and Virginia. i onCaah SMITH'S GARAGESTARKE
marine-fouling armor, and released -

Beginning about three and one- to raise havoc with the I Florida Twins i FLORIDA
enemy.
half years ago Commissioner
Another man said he had a Celebrate 85th ,,.,- ..
started
Nathan Mayo a "Safetyon I ,,.. -.rrIiLl'UIII1I1 -
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strategic and AnniversaryThe
points when a
During 1936 there were 211

fatalities due to farm accidents..'fifth columnist came along with Davis twins, Clinton and

The record shows that in 1939 a concealed map, the machine Melton, last week II
'I would sound an alarm. celebrated their
( only 77 persons were killed in
This was called 85th birthday "
farm accidents, stated Asher a "map detec anniversary with
I, tor." fun and frolic at the Sulphur
Frank, director of the Florida
Still another rejected invention Springs Ballroom near Tampa.
Plaster Safety Council.Mr. ;
called for an apparatus which Its Guests were the many friends \
Mayo carried on an extensive -
.. creator claimed not only would and acquaintances they have
w:Zr., 'q t ti Y survey through the various catch bombs dropped from the made during their many years in

: i $11.00 agencies. Inspectors, and others air, but would douse them In Florida. I
-j engaged In farming activities.
bti t Especially were the vocational water.A They Invited friends to "bring
,y man who wouldn't go into their own lunch." Dancing and II
teachers, the Future Farmers,
detail said he had an Idea for other forms of
entertainment began
$ Per Tons I and the 4-H clubs active in this
an anti-dive bomber. The gen- early in the morning and
work.Mr. eral theory behind It was a continued until night.
I ke Mayo didn't limit his activities machine shooting out such a .
a' tt Each
I h year the twins have hada
to the reduction of farm
strong current of air that the
I. accidents only-the farmers were plane couldn't dive into it. "blow-out" at which hundreds 4

'' L I called upon and booklets on One inventor had a plan for of their friends have helped them .

W Important highways to be mined celebrate.The .
FOR BABY'S COMFORTMcGee's [with gadgets which would cause twins were born June 19, I DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH

Baby Elixir is intendedfor nails to rise up out of the 18
pave- 5. In West
Florida
V.-C. Fertilizers Have Stood Every Test Minor upsets of the stomachand ment and puncture the tires of eat In the young. I OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST
1 bowel that result from overeating a family of 13 children.
improper foods or temporary enemy motorcycle riders. They moved to Tampa In 1870 I Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy

A. M. DARBY'SLOCAL over-acidity of the stomach. /and made a clearing on the I Pm<
3
A bottle of McQ.'. Baby Elixir Engraved sympathy acknowl present site of West Tampa and Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to

AGENTS costs only 35c. ed rnent.. Inexpensive.- Brad have lived in Hlllsborough Countyever

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DOUBLE Mm. W. A RUNBy Tier I THERESSABy SAMPSON CITYBy -4 Roosevelt Creates Nation-Wide SensationBy

L Tabernacle Mrs! 1\, L. Sullivan Etta Fay D'a} ,
I Ily Miss Veuna Norman
Mrs. Luvenla Barker of this M. Z Naming Republicans To Cabinet ,
I" was these Sullivan left Tuesday Mr and Mrs. M. "
wisdom" section Varnes and ,
kng! f? the spent Friday and Satur- for his home in Miami after Mrs. Louis Manning and daugh I j
at day with her daughter Mrs. two a t Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren of.1 I In a move that created a profound He has urged that the United: ot
Tuesdaynight. week's visit with ter Thelma 1 and Evelyn.
The relatives
Ie JJI Palatka were visiting their daughter sensation the I
Maggie Ellington of Sturke. here and at throughout States furnish the Allies with: Wauchula were visiting Mr. and !
io" background of the dia- O. L. Brown was visiting Mr. Hampton Mrs. E. D. Jones Sunday.Mr. ( country President Roosevelt last everythingshort of soldiers and I I Mrs. J. H. and family

IptUI' .b the story of Solo- and Mrs. W. A. Tyler Saturday Charles Loper of Macon Ga., and Mrs. D. G. Kelly of week appointed Henry L. Stlmp- that as "trustee"* for the Western over the week-end.Manning

!DOn w'ae for wisdom and a I afternoon.A Is visiting his uncle, W. L. Loper. Starke were visiting here Sunday.Mr. I son and Col. Fred Knox, membersof World, It take over French I I\

'I pra)er chapter of Mat- Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan of and Mrs. Perry Sweat of the Republican party and advocates possessions in this hemisphere:'j Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman awl
24th revival '
big will
the begin at the family and Miss, Lorena Rosier.
t ot out of town visit- Pleasant Keystone Heights visited Mr. and Starke were visiting their son, of unstinted material as- and set up a government for. II
x.Se'.eral meeting Hope church here June Mrs. S. R. Swindle Riley Sweat Sunday. sistance lof Woodlawn were shopping fA'' I
Sunday. the ,
at the 30. It will run until to opponents of Hitler them--the government to Include
were presentall part In July 13. W. W. Packham A to be Secretary of War and Jacksonville Saturday.
an active I I There will be and James large crowd attended the representatives of other American
took a bigdinner Mr. and Mrs. G. L Sapp and
of Scripture pas- that day. Everyone Is on Truest were business visitors to dinner at the home of Mr. and Secretary of the Navy respec nations. little o '
welcome son Rudolph attended
com" ot the children ,o to come Jacksonville Tuesday.W. I Mrs. H. A. Prescott Sunday In tively. Sampson who is 73, was Secretary church I'
service at Lawtey Sunday *
t So than twenty verses. S. Sibley and W M. Hall I honor of their daughter Lucile's Especially: upset were dome mem- of War under PresidentTaft :0
night.
ted m ore ta Mrs. Jean Fleming and daughter sixth bers of who have I l
were spent were transacting birthday anniversary. Congress been and Secretary o f State
few roblems that come upIIfSlng Carolyn of Miami were visit. Gainesville Business in We are to demanding more aloofness from under President Hoover. Duringthe Mrs.' F. S. Norman and daugh .' Jtl'lr
Monday. I sorry report Mrs.
ing Mr. and Mrs. W. ., Mrs. W B. 'Bloodsworth of '
A. ,
personal work. Thesedoing Tyler of i iI I Ethel Jones on the sick list this European affairs and they angrily World War he also was an 't
R.
C.
I be amplified in this section Tuesday night. Dampier of High Springs week. charged/: that Roosevelt was at- artillery colonel. Raiford, have returned home after 'f : '

icussioi ns will I Mrs. Ollie Ellington and daugh j I spent the week-end here with i tempting to create a "war cabi lie succeeds Secretary: of War' pending last week with Mr and t: J ,

neaMurphY future Is leaving this1rSf' ter, Betty Lou. of Starke, spent I II Mis. Dampier who is spending Rev. W. T. Menshew filled hisregular net." The President, however, Woodring who largely oppo edRoosevelt's Mrs G. C.' Norman and family at r ,

I Thursday with her sometime with her parents, Mr appointment here Sunday. Malone, I
[ Carolina where mother Mrs. stated that the appointmentswere plans to aId the Al- -r

or North most of the sum- Luvenia Barker.; I and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. made because the two men lies by supplying them with materials Miss Gladys Manning has returned : I

will! spend is wished Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards HAMPTON were In accord with his foreign of war.Stlmpllon home after spending the
trip
r. A pleasant JVOODLA urN I jof i Lawtey visited Mrs. K<1 ward's I! By Miss Ada Miumoi policy and were "In line with the hall long been an advocate last two weeks with Mr. and Mra. r

her. need today for By Mn Oscar Carter mother, Mrs. W. M. Andrews, overwhelming sentiment of the of strong measures to Allen Howard of Gainesville !

l bere; i.\ great who are j I'Sunday evening. Ii |i I" Evangelist Edwin McColum, of Nation for national solidarity In stop what he branded as ".go- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roaler and
Those who has
'JTchiUhen of God should Oscar Carter and son Richard ,i. Mr. and Mrs. William Packham1I I ferry day series of conducted a ten time of world crisis and In behalf gresaor nations. he halt called daughter Lorena, of Woodlawnwere

did Solos Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter and I I land I little daughter of Pnlatka meetings at the of national defense" for universal compulsory trainIng visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levy
as Baptist Church, cloned!
T : the meet-
M e themselves wisdom of Him. family left Sunday morning to I| week-end guests of Mr. I ing last June Knox who Is 66 years old acceleration of arms shipments Norman Wednesday evening.
Sunday, 23.
seek wisdom let visit in New York. Packham's parents. Mr. and Mrs. succeeds Charles Edison, who has to the Allies (by convoyed Mrs Ellen Barber and two sons

'TWy of you lack to all Little Miss Louise Carter is I, W. W. Packham. Rev McColum Is only 17 years resigned aa Secretary of the Navyto American ships if necessary: ), repeal Bobby and Jerry, have returnedto ,

ask of God who giveth visiting in Auburndale 1 Miss Hall old, but he la well versed' in the run as Democratic nomineefor of "our Ill-starred so-called their home In Jacksonvilleafter i'
Evelyn
and Win-I
returned
not '
; j
upbraldeth
wed-I
liberally and Scriptures, and haa conducted one the of spending some time with :.
let him ter Haven this week. nesday to her home In Starke Governorship New Jersey neutrality venture" and openingof
,11 shall be given. But Pringle I after a two week's with I of the most successful meetingsthat Knox, the publisher of the American ports to British and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Manning. \ ,
that Mr. and Mrs. visit I
Waldo
dark days
k In faith. The her cousin, Miss Elsie has ever been held here. The Chicago Dally News, was a Rough French navies for "repairs refueling Mrs. Russell Norman ajid Mia I
of the world are fraughtth of Auburndale were Belle Christian people of all denomi- Ruth Alvarez of ,
aI1ead Geiger. Rider under Theodore Roosevelt, and other services this section 'I.,;

grave problems for those last weekend.Mr. nations say they have enjoyed a a World War artillery colonel, "I believe." he Bald last Tuesday have been attending summer J'. .

o..are Interested In the salva- and Mrs. Jack Norwoodof W. M. Phillips of Jacksonvillewas spiritual treat. and recently has been active In "that If we use our brains school In Gainesville. : i ii 1 i

?n of the lost. The growing Auburndale and Mr. and Mrs. visiting relatives and friends The Rev. G. K McGauley of promoting plans for "aviation and curb our prejudices, we can, 1lE;

aSure'madness and spiritual inference George Parrish of Winter, Haven here recently.Mr. Brooker! attended aoi'vices at the Plaltsburghs" to train 60,000 men by keeping command of the sea, Typewriter> ribbons olr all kinds : i t

of many people Is angtr were visiting Mr. and Mrs D. and Mrs. R. C, Zeigler of Baptist church here last Sunday. in one year as pilots for the air I bent her Germany) again as we for sale at the Telegraph office. ; \ ,

will give Wls- Carter recently.Mrs. Gainesville visited relatives here did I .
six"God Mrs W. P. Blrt was shopping armada that Is being projected. In 1918. (

III to those who Instead and of Gladys Carter and Mrs. Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. in Gainesville last Saturday.The I I- FRESH FISH .I I i i);;

-umlns their intelligence Othma Norman were shopping In J. P. Dickinson was shopping Rev. and Mrs C. A War- Clearwater Man In furnished by wide caterpillar At All Times

lies. will humble themselveslor Jacksonville Monday. In Jacksonville Tuesday. ren were business visitors to trends which grip soggy soil or I II : I'I. '
wait to be taughtHim. ,
Him and Miss Bernice Denmark is spend- Bobby DuBose of Vero Beachis Gainesville\ this week. Perfects Monster mud almost as easily AS solid SHRIMPOVSTBR3 I f t: .

[ ing this week in Jacksonville visiting relatives here and at Mrs, Chas. Robinson and son, War MachineA earth. It has a land speed of 29 : .

TABERNACLELast with her cousin Lenora Rivers. I Hampton.C. Jacky, have returned to their miles nn hour and a water speed r I,

night O. E. Cut- Little Miss Jerry Oliver of R. Moore was a guest over home at Palatka after a visit monster! war machine, designed of eight mile an hour, and ran Nat: More Sea ." f

Friday of service. Jacksonville spent last week here the week-end of his parents land \ '. with Rev. and Airs. Simmons.HIGHLAND and built by Donald Roebl- traverse almost] any kind of territory Food| for Health :t
charge the.
had
.,w earnest mes- with Mr.. and Mrs. Luther Hil- I Mrs. D. W. Moore. ing, ball been approved, by the through swamp or" forest, MAGNOLIA it
a very ,
brought which was inspiring to all. )lard. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Navy department after exhaustive -'i lor up fording and down streams steep embankment, FISH MAKKKT. : t,, s

ge were supper guests of Mr. and teats, and the Rnebling I
is conducting a series of suc- Ily Miss Il.-lh \\imlM-rly 'i I
'sful meetings at Hope ,Church 'BROOKERIly Mi s. H. D. May at their sum machine will be constructed for II

mer camp on Lake Santa Fe> Saturday Miss 1 Edith Griffis of NewberryIs i u.He of the Navy In the national
week Mrs. L. L. ParkerSewing *
"a There were 31 present in the evening.Mrs. spending awhile here with her defense program. HOTEL LEAMINGTON : 4
:
ble School Sunday afternoon.me C'llIbr..t.: .. I Thos F. Drown and little I Grandparents Mr and Mrs. J. : The new type tank Is an amphibian 'I

visitors from The sewing club met at the son Frank, of Hampton, visited W. Griffis. capable of carrying 40 I '

ala,of Graham these were and Ormond.For home of Mrn. G. n. Colson last. I relatives here Sunday. I Mrs. H. A. Barnett returned ; men and 7,000 pounds of CIII'J."O'1 I N. K.: 1st Street at llitcnyne Boulevard r .i '

three successive Sundays a Tuesday with most' of the mem- 'j) Rev. Cutshaw of Stuike is conducting to her home at Melrose Thursday Two similar machines were constructed Overlooking Hay front Park and Biscayne Kay 1' U

lutlful baptismal service was bers present. The next meeting a revival meeting at the after a visit here with Mrs. by Roebllng for Red r *

:d at Hampton on Lake Santa will be at the home of Mrs., Gene Baptist Church. The meetingswill H. C. Wimberly and family. ', Cross reseiie and for coast guard Opposite Union ,UU4 Station i fy

Long. During the afternoon the "] continue through Sundayand A revival meeting held at the work, and the machines were .

guests were served apple pie probably longer. Mr. Cul- Baptist Church last week closed : tested out In the Evergladeswhere MIAMI FLORIDA 1 ,

LAWTEYB { with whipped cream and iced shaw Is a very able speaker and Sunday with dinner on the they operated successfullyon One Block From Shopping District And Amusements :/ .

II. T. Godwin tea, by the hostesses, Mrs. Mattie Is delivering some very interesting grounds., either land or water. I' ; ,

sermons to a full house each After tests, the I' l
Barry, Mrs. Pearl Markey, and witnessing
Among the visitors here Sun- SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER: 'j
RpHident Honored Mrs. L. L. Parker. night. i Navy Department feels that the ,
were noted Mr. and Mrs
day
Mrs. A. S. Talley of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Royace Gainey Three Marriage/ Godwin of Maxville. Ed: Marr of machine can be employed to Single Room with Italh-KU.BO; Double Koom with Itath-$9.00 ;

d Crtffin. Ga., had the dlstlncm were visiting in Gainesville last Wedding Bells have been ring- of transport men and supplies from t(
Jacksonville, S. }o; Godwin
last week .of being one of the Thursday. Ing quite merrily in our little Maxville. Mrs. M Youella' of ship to shore when landing facilities lIIAl1I'SlOST! POPULAR HOTEL I

.'0 oldest participants in the town lately. Mills Florence Kel- are not available. :,
Mrs. Leola Roberts and Mrs.S. Green Cove Springs, Rev. and I
ntennlal Pageant of'the latter say and Mr. Bennie Loper were Traction for the war monster i .. Ii "
M. Baird attended the picture Mrs. John Saunders of Middle- J
I
IV. As the guests of the Cham- : married here Saturday
show I n Gainesville Tuesday, "
r of Commerce, Mrs Talley and Mrs. Florence Williamson and burg.Mr.

'n. Mills the other honoree, night. i Mr. L. G. Johns were married at and Mrs Owen Marr and
Mr. and Mrs. Inman Harrison J the week-end herewith Ce
son Hilly spent
aiured' at the Centennial lunch- I I Judge Perryman'a office Monday -
announce the birth of a girl, Zona relatives and were accompanied -
I .
n I Iri the Episcopal Parrish
,use and also took part In theode Sue, on June 12 at the Alachua I Card, ore out announcing the home by Miss Louise Marr I

', two events of the tltree- County Hospital. Mrs. Harrison ; marriage of Miss. Lillian Payne for a week's visit. "IJ ; a13
prior to her marriage was Miss Mrs Effie Carter of Jacksonville :
.y celebration observing the Huffman of Craig Healing Springs a
Katelle of Lake Butler.
Spires with
Is awhile here ,
y't one-hundredth birthday.Open Virginia to Mr. Itlanton C. Ows- spending "
Kniei'tulns Bridge Mr and Mrs. W. A.
her I '
house was held at Mrs.dley'a ley of Penlnu on Saturday June parents -4aq
Mrs.. Vasco Hazen entertaineda
Starling. ;
former home, a beautiful i fifteenth, 1940.Mr .
small group of friends last Fri- Miss Jewel Carter and Junior
lonlal mansion built before the Owsley was born and spent
day afternoon at bridge. Mrs. Carter of Sturke spent Sunday
ar Between The States. In i his boyhood days here and has a
Guy Harrell led the players with here. with relatives. '
Is picturesque home, Mrs. Tal- large number of friends! who are! !
yaM the highest score, and Mrs. Fred ( Mrs. S. C. H.uley was a visitor :
Mrs.
Mills
received congiatulations.
seats who called throughout many the Hazen was low. During the aft- sending lo Lawtey Sunday.Mr =:

I'temoon!! ernoon the guests were served I I and Mrs t;. S. Thornton .

The delicious refreshments by the GUM BRANCH spent Saturday In Jacksonville.

City Council held a special hostess. I Ily :Mis. KU/abeth carnage Mr and Mrs. M. Fanning were ,x Y II
eating!
, Monday night to deter- Mr. and Mrs. Dock Thomas of' In Starke Sunday.
lee! an issue relative to the I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby
Plant City are spending a few ;
ptolng' of school next week. and children of Rising were dlnI frj8d1 ..
days with Mr. Thomas' mother, ,
Shirley Ann I Welfare Board r
T.
Harley, daughter Mrs. Alice Thomas. net guests of Mr. and Mrs
Mr and Mrs S. C. IN.I I Norman
Harley, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo H McKinnon Soon To Increase
wed her sixth birthday re- I I 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and
have returned after a two week'sstay
otly at a party given by herandmother In Alabama. son Bobble of Sampson City were Aid To ChildrenA

Mrs. A. H. Harley. visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp i
Miss Lorena Polk has returned
The
annual Baptist percent expansion of
Sunday Sunday afternoon. twenty
from Jacksonville where she
bool picnic took place, last week J. A. Harnage and W. H. Florida's Aid to Dependent Chil- i
visited and friends.
relatives
t
Gold
Head Branch National In Jacksonville on dren was announced ;iI
Carter were program/; 1
uk Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mintz and
business Saturday. last week by the State Welfare I I
The daughter, Bobble, of Jacksonville
Methodist picnic was held Miss Odessa McRae of Pine Board, effective as soon as limited I
the week-end with Mrs.Mintz'
spent !
unsay, June 21th, at Strick- Level spent the week-end with staff permits the required Investigation
nd'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.R.
MI811 Landing, Kingsley Lake. Gainey. Miss Dorothea Norman. of eligibility.The I I

Leslie Talley ot Talla- I Mrs. F. S. Sapp was visiting expansion wan made possible

ems. F., Is visiting hers aunt, Jl.Ira. Mrs.spent A. F.last Raulerson week with of Brighton relatives (;I Mr. and Mm J. F. Shaw of the it was stated by State Welfare I!

Godwin for afternoon Commissioner C. C. Codrlngton. -
L two weeks State Farm, Saturday I
H. Futch !Is attending sumer here. I W. H. Carter and granddaughter by the use! of an unexpected I I
' Catches Big Alligator
school at Southern College Ruby Jewel Carter, are balance of funds acquired 'through
keland.Mra. Well folks this is believe it or I
administration.
spending some time In Jackson- economy of
Rosa Campbell. of Homo not, but It's true. Lee Ander i', The State Welfare Board also

hils been visiting Mrs Parrish was hunting Alligators vllle.Owen McRae of Pine Level was announced that applications for I

noch Grltfis her, went to .Jack-' in New Riverlast Friday and visiting relatives here Saturday Old Age Assistance filed In January -

'mills last I week caught one 10 1-2 .feet- long and I morning. and February of this year

_D..: C Biggs of Haatln weighing about 500 pounds Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanand had been opened for
ge naa lots',
" t\A
"lIlng T> 1 h said has caught Investlga-I
:gp hlsmother, Mrs W. H. urrof but that;; this one I I daughter and Hughie and tion. tr
recently, alligators : Vernon Haltwanger were visitingIn Aid to Dependent Children 44 -

The Sliver Meteor caused a was the largest. I I Pine Level Saturday.J. funds, limited by the legislature

OlDentary sensation Tuesday by Mrs. George Barber of Gaines-I F. Shaw of the State Farm to $400.000 per year In state f t
IlJDlnating her sister, Mrs. | '
vllle was visiting have been matched since
three ,
after
money
section Sunday
AL cows from the was In this
track. Lucian Hazen, Saturday. i January 1 by the federal govern- EtI.
Mina Mrs. S. M. Baird has returned : noon. 50-50 baala Previously
Elizabeth
returned re- ment on a
' Plummer Miss! Selma Sapp
'lIItll! re- Winter Park. She I I
In
Thursday from to her home from Jacksonville where federal contributions were In the
lilt a visit cently
her sister In Miami. will be at home to friends at she spent two weeks with rel ratio of one to two. Due to the

The Ladles' Aid : 146 E. Park Avenue. | financial limitation Imposed by
Id Its Society will those on our sick list atives. and
the larger
next: Among the legislature
win be
* meeting in this section
at the home Friends
1Ir.. O. W Brown., this week are Mrs. Ellis demons)glad to learn of the marriage of number of eligibles, assistance In
I
who is improving Charles Kelly Loran Conner and Miss this category wall placed on a
Mr.
"II legal l blanks who was bitten by a poisonous| Thursday, population basis so that all
on
0\ retain title' promissory spider, worm or something, is Dorothy Crosby I counties would obtain a pro rata ..

'ark by the notes earned Improving, J. K. Douglas, John/'! June 20. and share of the benefits. ) Ii
Bradford Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp ( There's clean and
County Mott and Mrs. Theo Green are ) Selma and Mr. and During the month of May 2.- something exhilarating I
Psph.ft I daughter of 6.833 children

y SCIlfDULE-- better.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baxter of | Mrs. Eldon Sapp spent SundayIn 595 were families receiving thla form of assistance in the distinctive taste of Ie I /

1'orthbound Jacksonville were visiting relatives Jacksonville. the average grant per e .
Leaves Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp spent !:
230 Starke at 2:20 here Sunday. Gainesville. Child being 974. ice-cold Coca.Cola. You welcome the '" -
P. a. m. of, Monday in
Rivers -
m
1:45 Mrs. George --
. and : p. m., ':10: p. Mr and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and MINUTE RELIEF
Mr. THREE
10:10: p. m.Southbound. Graham spent Sunday with and Miss Veata McRaeof refreshed feeling that happy after-
children t I I after take
and Mrs. H. H. Mott. Three minutes you j '{

0.20 Leavell a. Stacks at 2:40: a. m.. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker attended I friends Pine and Level relatives were here Sunday visiting j I BUma-Rex to relieve acid-Indiges- sense of complete refreshment that Ii i'\ '.
m Ann Biima-
m. 2:20: p. m. and 5:20 and daughter Shirley tion. you will feel better.
afternoon.
Homecoming services at Misses Margaret and Marie Rex: goes to work promptly and Coca-Cola gives in full measure.

Leaves \\P'ltbound Antioch Church Sunday. the week-end In Hell- keeps right on working for pro-

*11:30: a.Starke *' G: p. era Winfred Hazen made a Mon-busi- Sapp bronn spent with !ofr. and Mrs. P. D. longed relief Blama-Rex act THE PAUSE THAT RE FRES t: ;,\

m. nesstrip to Jacksonville Reddish. four ways to relieve acld-lndlges- .

Ia'ltbound People of this section i are tlon. Buy a bottle of 50 doses BOTTLED UNDEK AUTUOBITY Ot Till COCA-COLA CO. BY W r

reel at 5:20 day.Mr.. and Mrs. G. H. Parker rains they for 5Oc at the Rexall Drug StoreCarpenter's
:
o trke p. m., Saturday relatives thankful for the many Store In STARKE COCA-COLA BQTTLING COMPANY .I ",
: Drug
and bus depot at had as their guests l, been having which were I
'rs Service and Cross bave' sot I ..
Mullberry Starke.
Stauon from
way 13 and corner ) 'greatly needed i
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRiD.1y', JnE

raura E rain "

that Nazism ad- Got A Complaint? Writer __
-a living example of all Most Young Men Approve : t' WIQe
The Bradford County Telegraph hors. Tell It Monday Penney Farm B

Little by little we are coming to realize Bradford' County taxpayers will e
1877 Penney
Established Training
Compulsory Farms
Ineourt"
"day
is war' in the traditionalsense. have their traditional from only 18
that this not a morning, begin- Starke, IS ,
t' Published Weekly on Friday and Entered m Second It is, instead a revolution with the Preparation- for better defense to get killed try In' to find out ning at Monday 10 o'clock, when County scribed In the JUly Interl4ll1g1r i luftij! !
Clare Matter at the Post Office! at Starke, Fla. imaginable. what to do and when." will meet with Christian Herald, 'bleb 01
most far-reaching purposes this country's password.And Commissioners 'II
Is now who this lished In New
-- 18,
Ralph Rhodes, E. W. Hayes for York j
There have always been victors and van It Is being made plain that West Point pre- Tax Assessor are excellent City
MEMBER week went to a the of hearing complaintsand V
quished in war. But, once the peace treat- the time has come to give rather I paratory school. Ft. McPherson, purpose receiving testimony as to the houses grouna.T1tlonal Co

Bin\PRESS ASSOCIATION ies were drawn, the world went on much as than take to pay back, constructively Ga.: "I think it's a very good value of property, real or per- : Church, and the*

rr-- \j it did before. The victorious powers did not this country for its freedom -, idea, and I'll be" one of the first says
3ottac 4 'Jlot1 ones In it sonal.All I "Casual travelers
attempt to force a government a philosophyof protection Its Ideal gov- S. U Alvarez, 21,: "I think It's persons owning property ; perfectly landscaped rasp e
and Owner
11:. L. Matthews __-_______- Editor has made Its subject to assessment In Bradford I aquare
-- .. life of their own choosing on the con- ernment which .( good thing, myself. I'm gonnabe I County are notified to appear if up like a mirage beside tha
n' SUBSCRIPTION BATHYearly. people the most envied in the there. It won't be long be- : way; a jewel dropped
quered. Few are able to believe that if they wish to file complaints. In Into
C a
Is time for both there'. ting of
world. Now It fore we're all 'over sand and
d. Six Months, 15e-payable In Advance recent few, if any, property low
JH.50
; with such years
--. .-- Hitler wins he will be satisfied those who lately have been lucky Johnny Wilcox. 19,:" I approveof I have taken advantage of rimmed about by a frame of
-
I a -- -- --- rewards as financial reparations, the restoration enough to get to this land and It. There's a lotta reasons owners this opportunity to protest against greens against a blue ltd

"' Letters From Our Readers >of the pre-war German colonies and those who have lived here always, why we should have It. It Is their assessments. horizon Many a stranger
to contribute to the national determination very necessary for the defenseof up and down the
Are Stimulating "Signs Of The Times"We similar material gains. For Hitler, as .Mein to keep the force our country." planade In wonderment pallllo

i are particularly pleased to see the Kampf vividly indicates, is consumed with which Is over-running Europe Rosewell Noegel, 21,: "I approve Red Cross War Relief friendly resident or yard IIl

increased interest that has been taken in two ambitions. One is to make the Germanrace from over-running the U S. A. of it, for single men only. Bradford County's Red Cross satisfies his curiosity:
A great number of the people of The ages should be from 14 to relief fund reached a totalof
the past few weeks in our "letters from master of all Europe and perhaps in the United States will probablybe 20." war$170.07 this week with new Getting Ready

readers" department. Perhaps it is a significant the fullness of time, the world. The otheris glad to dive right Into the Ralph Storey. 21.: "I think we contributions as follows: N Stern- To .

i sign of the times. The indication to destroy the capitalistic system liberal- middle of things-proud, eagerto should; if we don't we'll be in a berg $5. Mrs. Margaret Kelly $1, 'They're packing up tool
help ward off a real peril fix if the Germans take a notionto Hart-
other
Jr. $1, A
T, K. McClane equipment
that at
which events occurring democratic the
in ism in and the Con
of
government
an era pro "
that Is not so far from unlikelyas come over here. mann $3, Mrs. J. H. Lord $1, M. Branch Veteran's
will inevitably affect the lives of every person cess. We have many an object lesson in the It used! to seem. But there are James Hollingsworth: "I do ap- M. Matchett $1, Ed Torode $1, here. It seems to be Camp

i p in Bradford County as well as the rest countries he has so far taken. In every instance some who take for granted every prove of It, yes-I think every- Mrs. Titus Olsen $1, O. E. Stans- understood that the Camp I
the good thing, every good oppor- body should for the defense of bury 60c. In last week's, reportD. closed out by the
of the world. But whatever reason, we freedom of press and speech and all this offers. In this gown
y
tunity country our country. P. Carpenter's contribution around the last of
v-jTjcome the communications from near and rights of protest have been abrogated 100 time, good Americans will hold Joe E. Wilson: "It's a !good should have been listed a. $5. but where the veteran thu ,

L far and consider them a healthful indica- percent. While the forms of local govern- together in the face of the things thing; a year's military training I Through' error It was given as from here bas not yet bet?

maturing public opinion.The to all that was said to be Impossible a won't hurt any young man." $1. nounced.
of
4, titn ment are permitted exist important few months ago, but which Is nowa \

columns of the Telegraph are open decisions and policies are made in Berlin. dreaded probability _. .. .... ..,, ', s...,."'!,.4!.i.'""..""' "'.___. ."' H .. .
CCC Wide Open < t ;; ;:Q r a. -lh '" .\
If military training Is made ......''' ..... __. !...... .. --- .
to every person in Bradford County who has Revolt of any kind against Nazi orders is "

a constructive idea or honest criticism\ which punished with the utmost severity. And compulsory tain age limit for, boys that! will under be a their cer- For Young Men t IV.IY YIAI FOR 2S YEARSmore
1915 1940 ,.
he thinks might be of benefit if placed before racial minorities especially the Jews, are chance to become skilled-soldiers, Regular quarterly enrollmentfor .iL' year Tires poopl.than ha on ridden any olhti on Good.kmtLEADERSHIP

the public. The rules are few and ruthlessly oppressed.Men well-trained for war, unlike those the CCC will begin July 1 -...........---- ---".....- -
who, too-quickly trained, must and extend through the month.
simple: Choose any subject you like, but who have had contact with high learn the ups and downs too fast Florida's quota has been placedat .-. ,. I \AIIIUURYw.SEU.'. ._ : tRpdjI
', \ '" '*
',
avJfld' religious controversies. Make your German circles have lately been describing to give good chances for survival. 1,881 young men between the >)y:>:1'f ."" $ .t. ""

letters as brief as yoU possibly can, and still what they believe a Hitler victory would Last week this question was ages of 17 and 23 1-2 years.
put to several boys all of whom Under a change of regulations,
get your ideas across. Avoid personal attacks mean to Europe, and to the balance of the might be eligible for compulsory unemployed\ young men, if

of libelous nature. world. They say that the Fuehrer envis- training and to a few others: unmarried physically fit, and

AMide from these few restrictions, the ions a Germanic Europe in which only the "What do you think of compul- : citizens of the United States will
sory military training In the U. I be accepted. "Need" Is no longera
letters department is all yours. Take it German, the master race, would be permitted -I S.? Do you approve or disapprove pre-requisite.

away I And let's have some interesting opinions to bear arms. A European customs ?'' Here are their answers: ; Enrollees will receive minimum #. "

on current events, local and world-wide union, completely German-controlled, would '! Frank Robinson III, son of the compensation of $30 per month
Rev. Frank Robinson: "For Na- and subsistence. Those without
and some real constructive ideas for the be established. The smaller nations would tional defense yes: I think It'sthe dependants in need may deposit

advancement of Bradford County. disappear, or would exist as mere geographical best thing we could have." I with finance office of the officerof ,w4

O entities, without power or real meaning.All Emmett Perryman, 18, son of the U. S. Army $22 monthly, ONLY
County Judge 13. K. Perryman: which will be puld to them when 1
Seems Practically UnanimousThat currencies would be dominated Germany
Opinion by "Yes, I think It's the only way their enlistment expires. ,. J 10 DAYS
Bond Trustees Should Go and Germany would establish the of preparing our country, for a

It's a very strange thing, indeed, whena terms on which trade betwen peoples could I('possible war." Produce May Last J ., MORE y

man is heartily in favor of losing his job be carried on. The gold standard, of course, Elmo the National Struth, Guard Supply feels Sergeantof that Through JulyWeek's .,.(.

is the with several would cease to exist. It would be replaced ; First time '
-but that just case I.Roosevelt knows what he's doing, I I from all at :
members of the County Board of Bond by, some sort of barter system. The "super I and Is ready to stick to the Presi handled at receipts the Farmers Market crops h '

have talked in ior" peoples of Europe-the British the dent's policies: "I'm with the these low prices
Trustees with whom we re- here since June 19 were estimated -

cent weeks. Of course, being a Bond French, the Scandinavians, etc.-would com! chief President.", and He's commander-In-I( at $4,035 by Manager J. L. t:1 FOR OUR GREAT i-. (Al
Volume and 1
Gentry. receipts -
Trustee is> only a part time job, and a ,job, mand a high standard of living, while the ; do Is, all ,right; have stadily declined gross since _

without pay at that. But we are so accus- "inferior" peoples such as the Slavs wouldbe : says the, men are the peak of production was passed '.
and wash | MARATHONflRE
sties white the
women
tomed to pleas for the creation of more much in the position of slaves, performing go out and! ,,,fight .that still suits I here fifteen I days ago. Total returns -

boards and "bodies" that it seems strangeto the hard labor and receiving in return I me. He's my boss! and whatever I II '' around for the previous week were ,
$12,225. Week before
find opinion almost unanimous for the just enough food and clothing and lodgingand I he says I'll do." I that grossed $20,590. ,

medical attention them Bill Graham: "I think It's a Because of the l lateness h
elimination of any thing of this nature. to keep alive I general .
fine thing; as long as they stayIn
of the season, light shipmentswill
and able
to work.
If County Commissioners carry out the age limit of those younger probably continue through j

their plans to place the issue on the November So far as this hemisphere is concerned, than I am! Yeah, I think that's,I the last week In July, Manager jC
there are two theories. One is that after what they oughta do." I Gentry Cow will
ballot, there seems little reason to doubt I says. peas ti 8'8'ct
Hitler has consolidated Europe he would at- I Edwin St. John. 22, sees the( likely hold out longer than any $
that the people will vote the County Boardof I need of thorough training: "Let'er other crop.
Bond Trustees, out of existence. The tack the Americas with military force. The I!Igo! I'd a lot rather know whatto Since Wednesday of last week

body has long outlived its usefulness, hav- other is .that he has no such plans-which is do when I go over there than,I the following estimated shipments 6.0016 BUY2-BUY4-ANDSAVEi

ing been created at the time of the big bond what he said in his recent interview with an I have been Quantity made: Av. Price Gross to SIZE SIZE S.I of 4 Sttoll,

issues for road construction in this American news correspondent. The second 1 Limas
county
1.000 1.50 1500.00 6.00.16 9821a
and at the present time has about as much theory has many authoritative adherents. I They Say: : Corn, doz. 8.000 .10 800,00 f Ea WHEN BOUGHT $3550

' Hitler, they feels that the Americas I I Peas 1,000.50 50000 IN SETS OF 4 $18-15
Power as the Vice-President of the United say II S.2S or 5.50-17 $35.35
Tomatoes
States or the King of Italy. Without adequate would have to come to terms with him I STARKE-I do not think that l Okra 900 200 1.50.65: 585 300,00Pepper 00 4.{ OTHER SIZES PRICED 4.7501' 5.00-19 27.75 14.25
iNPROPORTION.Caah
funds, clutching at occasional hand whether they wished to or not in order to school should begin the first weekIn II 500 .70 350.00 Wj price with your old 6.25 or 6.50-16 44.05 22.M
August because It Is
entirely .. Whit UwlU! US 5.50-18 32.20 16.55
of their fir or
dispose surplus commodities and
outs from other county boards, there is little too hot for children to concentrate SCHOOL BOARDWON'T a'' lightly higher.
manufactures abroad. The Americas, he on school lessons.: Both I II
that the Bond Trustees can do to satisfythe I CHANGE DATE
reasons must have foreign trade-and that physically and mentally they are GUARANTEE ;hM; tea-
road demands in this county. I not fit for school work at this (Continued from Page One) ? .. FLTIMX l
necessity would drive them to join in what- a
oto
A large portion of the general public time of the year. month THEY MAZE: GOOD OB WE DOOur month ago and
strawberry season. The ADDED
ever system of commerce he establishes.Our As for economy, I do not see o t Goodyear Tara are guaranteed U'. a l.ad.r
has never ceased to think of the Board of I delegation I endorsed this suggestion -
where SAFETYLONGERr.m.E-
gold-and at"the moment have we can save anything In Ol! la writingfor tholr
but
we some it was flatly
County Commissioners as bearing the responsibility operating costs. Most of our rejected by q FULL LIFE without Mm. erndlooqo
sixty cent of all the world's the Board. The delegation, '. AGE-LOWEAPa1CEa
for county road.. matters and per monetary rural children never will attend I I ing its case before the see- .:.,' Umito. what 'of.-. Miluw
gold-would be useful for school present
only teeth
filling because
regularly \
they do "
why
there is hardly a meeting that some delegation Board was hopeless, left with a ,; Special prices during this then. Tharl
not care to. .' villas
and manufacturing jewelry.One lor
I i I general exclamation of dissatis Sale .1U'pcund
is not before the commissioners for -Mrs. W. A. Stern.
note of optimism is occasionally I faction: after the futile hour and anrpric*.
something in this line. Naturally there has I a half harangue. iI.IFEGUARDS "Marathon Tan If
sounded. Even if Hitler wins JACKSONVILLE FAMOUS K
an over- carrying GOODYEAR outpirfora
been some confusion as the result of this I The opening date question set buflt>> to
I
whelming victory in Europe, some hopefuls on a sanitary privy program in tled to Its satisfaction, the board ;;, Save WIGS Safety called "lint line\ tit

situation. say he will.not be able to put his plans into communlty, It is essential that knuckled down to the task of examining 1... .old br chain 110(1"
some means be used I the tam
.
their whereby Its all other tir. iA
without and
Serving giving
pay effect. This is based on the fact that all advantages and benefits will be- their school bus route bids and o price clcu*.
time as a personal sacrifice because they in come known t o citizens. W award. This action consumed v 01110 b
empires won by conquest the past have e I I the balance of Wo advise '
felt that "somebody had to do the job," invariably collapsed sooner or later of their greatly appreciate the sincere Interest afternoon of last week.Thursday Saturday *< at this low laic. this Pnc tal<
members o f the Board of Bond and whole-hearted cooperation one., lIecau.
present morning and of
part
own weight. Conquered people are not co In this connection that has Even Monday. : last* only 10 Br*d
Trustees at least those interviewed by the then contracts for the
operative-a tremendous part of the con been given to us by your news- Brooker New
Telegraph are in favor of abolishing the paper. Your recent article with River and Starke .
and schools ..
queror's energies resources and man were not awarded. Other .
largely-defunct body. Voters in November must be to accompanying local pictures was routes were given 'out as follows NEW
power given policing them. And real cooperation indeed, and will :
,ahould heed their wishes and ?turn their in time, the conqueror grows rich and soft. KO far toward making the sanita and Hampton Frederick school: Lester Slade ::1 I ALLAMERICAN TIRE lu'>

road troubles over to the'Board) of- County So much for tion program a success in that Watterson. tit A great Goodyear *
This Lawtey
speculation. school '
seems : Andrew Red- "
(;Commissioners who incidentally hold the'l'8e community.Fred ding. L. L Wainwright I t ra far
sure: Tomorrow's world no matter who A. Safay, Sanitation Ed Durban -

( strings. wins the war will be a vastly different place Health.Engineer Florida State Board of Vanderbilt, and T T.school Blackburn.: Levy Nor- : S :isWWprlS6o

O than the world of today. There will, say man and L. L. Renfroe. .
The Fall Of France Was More Hellbronn r ONl1 6.OO-llIill
authorities, be famines depression con- STARKE-I have always school: Morris Car- ,

Than Just Another Defeat stant social and economic upheavals. The it was some sort of unwritten thought ter Sapp., Pitt(The Newsome Board and Ellery : MS/SJO-17 4.75/WO"

Turning from thoughts on the subjectof future for all nations is far from bright. A law that the School Board mem- earlier action consolidating rescinded Its $595 $495
ber In each district these
"beauty" to those of a vastly different gloomy picture? Yes. But we might just as allowed his way (when was reason usually three routes into two.) .z eMIt prfc.s with r-

character, we come to consideration of the well face the facts.In able) concerning matters affect- Britt Rising Alvarez.school: Leon Conner and < old tyre

week's gloomy events in Europe. the meanwhile business activity the ing Brooker his school.: and Then Lawtey why members should 1 The following Janitor appoint -

The surrender of Paris followed almostat holds to good levels. Production indexesin dictate when the Starke School Is I ments were also made by the .

once by the collapse of French military the United States will shoot up as the to start? I know It Is a consolidated Board Hampton.: Lawtey.H. C.' W.Green J. Wilkinson Brooke"; rc

resistance was more than a disaster for arms program swings into gear. That, of ity of school:parents, but and still the major-I L. R. Galney. ; ... aI

thej-'rench Republic, more than a great vic- course, will be an artificial boom of the I from Starke. I think. Let the >0 I I I

tory for Hitler's incredible war machine. It kind which usually ends in a tremendous majority rule, I say I. Growers To MeetR. .0 Expert mounting ,

was a symbol "of the cataclysmic changesthat crash-but in the meantime it should just -J, K. B'I B. Roberts president of : at no extra, NI
the char.!, LOSE 0T.
are taking place at bewildering speedin about solve the unemployment problem. MIAMI-I am enclosing money Federation Florida urges Tobacco all Farmers o

the world we live in. For Paris with o order for ,subscription to the flue-cured, tobacco to growers attend of .

London, has long been associated in men's It was an intense love scene in the movie.A Telegraph. If at all possible I..I meeting la Lake City at 2 p. m a.
minds with freedom-with all that democracy better-half nudged her husband. "Why would Our like to get this week's Is Saturday June 29. It will be held Register Motor CompanyCorner
don't make love to like sue. subscription has been on the grounds of the
you ever me that tobacco
And is what
means. democracy out for time
some and
we are warehouse.
"Matters
John? she asked. "Say retorted of utmost
,
f, Hitler as he said and wrote time and again. John missing the news from our home importance to every Madison and Walnut Streets
"do know the tobacco
that
salary
you guy gets for '
MB out to destroy. Paris is-.or used 'Ito be doing that?"-Stuart News. county.-(Mrs.) Mamie demons. Roberts grower says will be discussed." Mr l.E Phone 103 Starke FleriE

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