Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'" The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Ileat'en. f

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toffice Robert Very F.111 ClarkIs Bradford Best For Timber"I've Commissioners At Red StandstillThe Cross Drive Farm Market c ;a :

The many friends throughout driven from coast to coast from
of Robert P. Canada to the Gulf but "" Find ResidentsAre > drive by the local Red Finished
IdafiollS Bradford County never have I seen / ,ea Cross chapter for war relief funds Just t l c

Clark many years superintendentof an area half so good for the growing of tx? e I apparently was at a standstill { J r
Starke's light and water plant, timber 1. '
as have
you right here In Bradford this week with U13. T of the '
Poured and Immediate past president of County." I Satisfied J600 contributed.only The Record Year
quota ,
: the Rotary Club here, will be very .
This high praise came from L. T Nle- money is used to give medical,,
learn that he ; .
saddened to la
To Be Readyfor land, farm forester with the I food, and clothing relief to refugees .
Building very seriously 111 at the Mayo Agricultural Only Two Complain Sales On Local I c, i'

[ Use January 1, Brothers Clinic In Rochester, Florida.Extension It Service was made at the during University a demon-of fr'recently fr'- About Assessments Two In offers war-torn of assistance Europe. were Platform This Season ti :;$tf l 'a' '

[ Is Belief Minnesota. stration of improved timber practices held I Here Tuesday received by the local committee Total $305,000 r t r:, I
Mr. Clark was taken to the this week. George Manassa, manager .' .
rII began In ernest this week Clinic June 19. He and Mrs. on property of A J. Thomas on Evidently every property ownerIn of the Rita Theatre, offered That the Bradford County : ))1 1 1Farmer.

lutrkelnew U .Bat postofLldlng Clark went in their automobile I the Kingsley Lake Road. Bradford County Is satisfied the entire proceeds of a midnight .' Market here Is a definite I. a4

going up the cor- i iII. accompanied by Roy Mathews Theme of the with the assessed valuation madeon show to the Red Cross The show success and worthwhile enterprise :: ;,
of Walnut and Jefferson who drove the car for them.A meeting at- his property-with the exceptlon would be sponsored by the Red were conceded facts this r': \p

Murphy Pound of ColGeorgia letter received here Tuesday of the two persons who complained Groan, but no date Is set as yet. week when figures revealed that ; ;VI,

received the govsl'g from Mr. Mathews gave the first tended i I i terested'b y ad-In- to the Board of Equalizers This plan was carried out very over $300,000 worth, of Bradford : it ,t.

contract June 11 for Information that Mr. Clark was r In the courthouse Tuesday successfully In Fernandina, re- produce passed over Its broad '' 'h ,.

folding and the work Is seriously 111.: The letter, written c ford County The Board of Equalisers are the cently. floor the past season. Over 200,- 1':1' :

Inf rapidly forward under Saturday, July 6. at 4:30: o'clock tlmbermen -waqi e I County Commissioners. Albert Hartmann offered the 000 packages were handled. j I.. ,I

I direction of general con- p. m. stated: "Mr. Clark under i I that the naval W. P. Smith owner of the Red Crows the use of two new Market manager J, I* Gentry f f r''l ,.
superintendent C. ,J. about I stor e s Industry f Starke Stave Mill, complainedthat automatic which straw'I } \
Uon went the operation noon i a player pianos said this week that during
r. today and Is beginning to come i as being revolutionize a1 f the $1,000 personal property operate from coins slmlllar to berry season alone the platform i i

slot' is cleared, and massive to now. I d ; that assessment on his mill was too automatic phonographs, any Sat- handled a few more than 90,000 1 .; i

jtion evacuations have been "The surgeon said it was the antiquated and I much because the mill was no urday. The machines would be crates of berries at an average 11 ;;./ ,

aU the way down to clay highest type of cancer as largeas extravagant prac. longer In operation but Is Idle placed on Calf Street at locations price for the' snipping season of J: 't I .

lye, the building solid sup- both hands, too large to be i I tires must t be { because the metal barrel had supplanted agreeable to business men, 12.75. thus bringing $250,000 to j't ''; 1 !

The concrete mixers began removed." I I abandoned if the | the wooden barrels made signs displayed that they are for county farmers. !t ';1

yesterday and the man- gum farmer Is to E" *.v ,?: 't I by the local mill. The Tax As. Red Cross benefit and the entire Next of. Importance, but still I ;, ;

Ing rock Is being wheel-bar- survive; that the ._ .'r.,..- ::v, + seasor, E. W Hayes informedthe receipts turned In on the localdrive. dwarfed to Insignificance by the 1 J j
old day of "tur Equalizing Board that he has v> '
foundMr. ,
board-lined School h 'I
Into the phenomlnal strawberry season
August pentining to the. | I reduced the assessment In qUIII.i
Miller stated .that I The Committee has both generous was corn. The market handled I .'
limit and letting tion 60-percent to only $500: on
[foundation and first floor of : offers under consideration 150,000 dozen in the past two I. '
timber the 1940 tax roll. The Board \
around 180 go hang" I It conceded fact that s
will require was a un. months at a f ina +average price ,
job yards of cement (..,320 Unpopular Is over; that "In : I took no action in the matter as less some action was taken the of 15-cents for each twelve; and f I' ',1;
tensified" and'4Improved it believed reduction
a 00-percent
Bradford donation this Bradford '
feet). County to presenting a return to f.'
E. Douthit, of Columbus Survey Of Patrons methods will be the order of the new day. would be satisfactory to Mr worthy cause would fall disgracefully growers of 22500.: Lima beans q'. /

foreman and In the accompanying photograph Mr. Nieland and E, L. Molpus, Smith. short of Its quota. I ranked next to corn with 6,489 t '
la, Is labor Unearths Many "Nays"
the project, and ; extension ranger with the Florida Forest A Park Service, are shown The only other complaint came Many towns and cities In Floe hampers sold for a total of $9.- f '' ,I' ,
..teper for A Few "Yeas" demonstrating the Council tree from J. H. Saxon of Hamptdi. ida have actually exceeded their 733 price of $1.50 ,
of mixing the Ingre- transplanter. With the aid of this or an average ,,,.
cbarge Mr. Saxon objected to the present ,
of modern implement, pine seedlings be the quotas. per hamper. Manager Gentry ; I"" : ,.
of the cement, samples may transplanted during t.
iti Last year Bradford High School $290 valuation placed on the excellent
sent to Washingtonthey entire summer; are lifted out of the ground with roots encased In stated that this was an (
b are and
missed an August building service now c"
here barely for the Ford Hook lima :
must pass a rigid opening. School authorities ex- a neat cylinder of dirt, and set Into another hole, previously dug Serving as a general store and School Board. return beans and was due In no small I .1 .. ;

Goo as must all other ma- plained that starting a month with the same Instrument. station. After comparison with measure to the bean grader at ih;; ;
which go Into the govern- the like elsewhere the Board i
sooner would reduce absences property the market v4"" it'
it building. next April, and thus save the decided<< not to alter the assess .
Man Shoots Tree Awards Routes Around $7,500 was realised for :
builders have 225 days school much money, since the ment.The the 10,000 hampers of snap beans "
jut 7 months) In which to school loses 25-cents a day for Board after careful examination the market handled this season, '; ,.

iplete the construction but absent students. However, some Strange as this picture might of all the other assess Remaining/ Janitors And of 75-cents per i '
ully the building should be patrons complained that Augustwas seem at first glance. It Is just another meats made for 1940 by Tax Assessor Teachers For an average price mild. The : .
County Mr.
e hamper, Gentry )
shed within 6 monthsMr.: a hot and Inconvenient month' Instance of Improved methods Hayes, decided to accept marketed by auction : i ,, '
said. "We allow an extra I in growing timber .,as a Are Appointed pecan crop
tilt In which to begin school. A tug- the county-wide valuations.Tbe at the Farm Market last October: Ii I" .t
ith for unfavorable and bad of-war ended In the School Board crop. The man with the gun is County Commissioners, besides I'
In a special, meeting at, the amounted to $4,500 through only: .
Lewis E. Staley, .forwt management
,1 he ,stated_ .;. '. ".. .; ,consentingViostart, at tale:regular rew+ with the Florida their' duties.t members.>t courthouse her Tuesday the about one-half of Bra<1fer4'.. 100,-. t ; "

Work Is .running along on time-Labor' Day (the first *.ig Forest specialist and Park Service, The the Board of Equalizers, h*
edule and, barring unforseen I Monday in September). Now once I !(! a a Is I heavy workday 'Tuesday.- John awarded contract. for county pounds, were sold across the plat J t ;, !
nothing more deadly
dittos, the new postofflce 'again,' the same Issue has arisen; weapon Li. Casklna requested the Commission school bus routes. The Boon form here, Mr. gentry court I It? :.. "I'
has been settled, .wiYk __ i_ than a timber-marking paint gun to make him a proposition ; .
ready for occupancy by once more it I also appointed Janitors for several mented. '
1, 1941, It Is believed. I but with a different decision frQI1'I which shoots a thin stream of for._the purchase of an acre .
-. diluted paInt{ pn tree. that are !JQ schools, filled faculty!; vacancies Two other crops worthy of Individual I
!ast. year's: this decrees the r of land Immediately north of the { '
you wonder In passing year be removed to make room tot In two schools and! deposed mention because of their .
Ebe'" School Board, students will beginIn Farmer. Market on Road 13. of several business am'!
why and what the i better, faster-growing timber. An- I Board the Important quantity are, new potatoes ..
The when building
August and the eight months'iterl1 e matters held from the meetIng
or "skirts" around of over bell peppers. About 2,500 hampers -
other simple method marking
are for we'll let you In \ will end a month earlier, In I ; la to awing a flour sack full of ; area Farm of Market land north purchased of the a present large Monday of lust week. of new potatoes were sold for I
i Mr. Miller said March. lime against the tree, but paint of The seven Bradford High School prices ranging near 80-cents. a ,
In view future
w Were to protect the trees Biggest and most general com- lasts longer, will not be washed platform has'neVf'r considered expansion bus routes were awarded to L. return to growers of 2000. The

a cuts and scratches as the plaint is the weather; biggest defense I rain I and H. Hill, W. O. Collins, Frank report showed, 4,000 hampers of

rnment likes the trees around from the School Board IsI away The by tlmbermenpresent' paid the sale of an ,part of this "ex.Ira" Norman, Sam Mott, Nelson Green, bell pepper. sold over the board
land. Board
buildings to look neat and at- that: econbmy is a better reason strict attention to the explanations The promised" Klam!: Lewis and Kldon): Sapp. for an average price of 80-cents
Mr. Cask Ins to "think It
tire. for starting in August than heat I and demonstrations given over. Emory:; Johns Roy Tomllniton, also a groan- of $3,200. Other
Several stated It
Is for waiting until September. by the various specialists The I sources highly Dempsey Sapp, and Swearingen vegetables, Including tomatoes ,
of the
.Inadvisable to sell
Every year, with the last and any Kelly were given the New River peas, squash, okra and cucumbers '
Men Soon meeting was free charge land held Board the ,
ore month of schol, those who have the first of several to be by 'top near school route, and C. J, Crews, brought to the county approximately -
was Farm Market. One booster of the *
t Camp Blanding to come on buses from other sections i held in Bradford and nearby 'local market said that expansion L, R. Green, A, L Green Jr., andKarl !! $5,000'via sales at
of the county, especially had Green received the Hrooker the local market. ,
counties. Forester Molpus for the market with the
Hie second body of men to go those of the lower grades, began charge of arranging for publicizing I present Junior High School routes. The "The total sales for the season ,it
addition of another platform or
0 training at National Guardp to drop steadily from the rolls. the demonstration. a livestock auction pen is prob- Lawtey colored school bus route out here at the Market were
Albert H. teacher reports serious was awarded to George Strong. Justa
Blanding since Every able In the near future. Another just about $305 PO perhaps

establishment In the Kingsley drops In attendance; many who Tell How And WhyAmong said If the Board sold part of The Board appointed H. C. little one way or the other," # "I

1 Sand Hill Lake area earlier drop out fail the entire year's this property to one person It Green as Janitor of Hampton I Gentry said "It Is the best yearwe

> year will arrive Monday Au- work, and must take the same the salient pointers heard by tlmbermen attending the could not refuse to sell to others Junior High School, but decidedto have ever'had, and It, we

15.t for three days of artillery grade next year. By beginninga without showing discrimination, pay Russell Dyal $14 for seven hope, only a prophecy of the good

*tlce month earlier, Bradford's school meeting were: and the Inevitable result. would bea days' work at the Hampton years ahead."

The Camp will echo for the authorities hope to eliminate Do not plant timber on land that can be put to a more profitable market lined on either side school. The janitors for B. H. S. The Market almost condemned

"t t time to the detonations of greatly the absence problem.This use-such as pasturage. Use worn-out "open" spots. with cafes, service I stations were appointed following recommendations last season because It handled

wry fire and the rumble of week, purely as a matter Lob-lolly Is essentially a "weed" tree; get rid of them. Long-leaf "jooks."' and other undesirable from the Trustees, so little business, was complimented !!.

plosions will be heard here of news-interest the Telegraph are the most valuable-particularly long-leaf, which businesses In competition with and are N. N. Thomas, Ebb recently by William L.
slash pine
the wind Is still or blowing Interviewed several citizens on and for turpentining and timber purposes. the market's own concessions. Thornton, and Brady Bryant.. Wilson, Director of State MarketIng -

**. U was said. : the subject. Fuming students it equally good obtainable. The farmer The matter of funds for the The Board approved the 1940- Board. "A real market Is

The regiment, the 116th Field i and post-graduates, men-about- Red cedar Is the best fence post material ha County Bond Trustee for 1940- 41 operating budget at this meetIng established here now," be told

a7 of the Florida National town and those who agreed with who sets a quarter-acre to this tree will later "bless the day" 41 came up before the Board as submitted. The local law manager Gentry "and we are well

w. will occupy the Camp Au- the school's bold plan were asked did so Posts are getting more and more scarce. Red cedar is nowselling' again. Trustee O. J. Pbllllpn In- firm! of Knight!: and Knight was pleased with what was done her !

IL S and 7. and will conduct alike, this question: "Do you for $70 per cord, as compared with $1 per cord for pulpwood.This fuiUMid the Board that the School retained as attorneys for the I this year" '

JIdBc on the newly ,coned think Bradford High School Is well-adapted to the growth of red cedar. Board had refused to allow a Board for 1940-41 and a retainer To aid the farmers of the

artillery range In they should open August 5th? Why? area set out during December and January and at a portion of the Race Track Funds fee of $15O: was) agreed upon. county, the market U sounding

of sand Hill Lake. The I When do you think It should Pines should be moisture in the ground. With favorable to be used for road maintenance Repairs at B H. S. were found jut the cooperation to be obtained
pins will i be 75 millimeter open?" Some said they'd rather time when there Is plenty 90 purposes as was done last year. I necessary and the three members for planting fall and winter
70 to percent.
pieces' and the regular not express an opinion, but most conditions the stand should be from Phillips stated that this reduc- agreed to have floor repairs made crops to bolster up the otherwise

"nfflovye' the regiment, around they felt, one way or another. T E. Lelfeld, director of the Olustee Branch of the Southern (Continued on page eight) (Continued on page eight) I "produceless" autumn and cold

and, men, u expected Ben Rowe, Sheriff A. O. And Forest Experiment Station, stressed the Importance of modern practices months of the year, Gentry re-

lake Part. reu's Deputy, has an economical Among his sugg In turpentining. The Hottest Man-The Coldest Man
ViVIan the Adjutant point of view: "I think anything until 9 or 10 Inches at breast height farmers to plant cabbage (which
ral I, arnanall for the countyIs Trees should not be tapped matures In fall and winter) the
persons not that saves money 10 pounds of gum per thousand faces a The Telegraph Interviewed Both This WeekHave
Inter the artillery practice good-anything best for the Six-inch trees will yield only and 12-inch tree. state will very likely Install truck i
tp 22 pounds
t hi the three days the regiment county." year, while 10-Inch trees will produce you ever wondered who W. L. Wall has. been owner of cafes here at our market. Be-

training. E. K. Perryman agrees and who could ides cabbage, some faU'veee- : t
I Warning signs Judge 28 pounds. was the "hottest, the plant since Its beginning. He
be placed on all trails leads with the many opinions that Au- of the face should be no larger than diameter of the tree. rightfully have the title of "cold tables are turnips, beets1 carrots. :
states that Is with 75
s Into "NO! It's not Width Inch deep. 14[ run a 'reddUhes, and so on," the maniger \
firing area, and as gust is 'too hot: should not be more than 3-. of an est" man In town ? Maybe In '
furtber Precaution, an advert time for school to begin; It's too Chipping Two faces! at one time will this hot weather, you'd b* readyto horsepower diesel engine. Mr. said. >

t warning against enter- hot to study or anything else. Single-facing Is the best practice. face- put on at different argue that anybody Is the hottest Wall employed Roger eighteen Last season (1938-1939) the
ihs while two
range' (which Is described) September Is the right time; it's produce 160 to 170 percent, person In town right now years ago, when Roger was eighteen Farmers' Market handled only

I1 be Printed 'In the Telegraph. plenty hot enough then. If times will produce 200 to 225 percent. and in a winter like one we've years of age. about $113.000 worth of produce

lUllS WIlt be placed south they'd put in a air-cooling out- cups on virgin trees should be done In the winter. just been through any man Is a The outer Ice room Is the one but has steadily gained popuarlty -

.,g east of Magnolia Lake and I they'd put in an air-cooling out- Hanging with chemical to artificially cold! one Indeed. But In this case into which you see Roger duck to since Gentry became manger -

I.,ere nOrthward across Sand Cleveland Drlggers. of Torode Sclentlsta. are Deduction. Preliminary tests with sulphuric acid the subject Is of professionsJobs get your Ice; Its temperature Is In April. 1939. The mammoth -

Ir take' The Impact area Chevrolet Company, looks at another stimulate, gum Increased around 70 percent in this that send employees Into Icy. 38 degrees!: F He goes In-and- celebration held at the Market -

the 'h e"8 strike ta trom side: "They should start Indicates that yield! may be at this time, however. or sweltering surroundings all out of It not less than fifty times July Fourth of last year gave

k.10 rthfrn and eastern shores them (all county schools) all at way Experiments are still Incomplete year round._ : a-day, and In winter It's not sucha the enterprise a big boost, also. ,:

lake northward and east- the same time." Doubtless, the coldest place In pleasant Job-he often catches 1

!rd for a dlstanu of several Eleanore St. John graduatedthis CompletedWork Local Firm Enlarging Starke Is the 'room which runs cold as a result. Recent Births ;.

legally, the area takes In year from B. H. S.'. her post- Home 28 Fahrenheit InStarke' The "hottest man In town"
at degrees .
PI 1 and .. Range 23 graduate opinion was that AuguSt will be completed next Quigley and Davis are enlargerag Ice plant and the "cold- might easily be likable W W. Following are the latest births \,

of Clay County. was the wisest time to be- new home of Mr.and their lumber.storage shatters est man la town' U the one who Agin, who, with a low roof and of Bradford County, two boys '
It's better week on the east of the la In the afternoon and two girls; one Is a fourth-of-
do. sun beaming
absolutely formerly their yard
"I at .
gin: week "cooler" 'twice a
M. C, Sweeney this goes Into the I
Coke don't miss so muchof Mrs, -' work. In his blacksmith Jury baby: .f\l,i \
contractor Call \
Ilolel'Remodeling because they Ben F. Hall, the railroad on Cherry day:, Roger Battle, genial l colored Wesley i, !
last month; It saves the of HamPton located shop which Is connected withRegister's June 18th-Mr. and Mrs.
the home man" who supervisestba
!tit stated. The This puts the entire "bead Ice I '
Starke School Streets. Garage. Mr. Agin says ..Jordan, Starka. boy. ,
Hotel lots of money. tentons
Is school High which totals
being re- Bradford Ice-making,
led inside Johnson head of north of Paul block under shelter except for a he's "scared of hor e." and does June 25to-Mr. .and Mrs. Afar.
and Of
and Cut this week Miss Ruth F A.:scott dally. In the 34 years
".Itdoesn't between the on the west. J. T, work .Is irln Godwin Waldo girl. .
this shoe them his mostly
said small portion not
Mrl. at- ;
Room. estimated
Is a very existence It
kfcCL the Sewing
e the plant's;
hotel one one of the proprietors to automobiles. July 1st-Mr. and Mrs. How..
the difference of Qulgley. of that pertaining t
make any 273.600,000 pounds
Nor The la- that J h
k iL receive new.wa14 and way or another to me. But I 36rooms contalM alJr stated "because of from the 10 smaller much lea have ,been produced. The He first came to Starke during ird Daniel StarUng, .Lawtey.. f';
lbs could be The profits resulting the Yellow Fever Epidemic, and
conditions In the winter
? as think all hnd garage. plandoean't run jlrl.July
paint to
terlo f have
; winebe consideration. Other was government work we later moved. 'A little over four 4th-Mr* and Mrs.. Ralph
Hampton operated "
taken Into In months, 'butgtherwlaer
*>1 Mr0'. "painted. early why not Sweeney home November equip for band line: .Urge stocksand years ago he moved back here. Dixon Lawtey, boy l
that last week.
NlltIn home are alIo schools start destroyed by fire turnover." seven days a
r their hate to quick
'llue. on Madison here Then, too
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lilt. ,
lL L BROOKER I LAWTEY' Florida Power & Light Company

flOfliPA I HlgBUfifflS..I :' .! I( NN # fill.lJJMIt By Mrs\ L. I* Parker By II. T. Godwin Wins Prize With "Stay Thru May"

Jubilee IIUl-blllie. 0. Ade(?
Sewing Club Meets Efforts or me nonaa. rower
who utility
ik The Jubilee Hill-btlllea
Club met at the ( Industry
The Sewing last have gained state-wide fame over & Light Company to extend Flor-J or" Several Ia. 'I
Gene Long
home of Mrs. thousand
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. WRUF. radio station In Gainesville Ida'a tourist season Into the' all phases ot PUblic .

The meeting was called to order, played to a capacity crowd spring and summer months'I verUslng and publicity 1tt:
r r by the president, Mrs. G B. Col-j fet the school auditorium Tuesday through Its "Stay Thru May" and side red by the iud

*( %1 rr son. After an hour spent sewing night. The string! band other campaigns received na- the Florida utility eS h!

and talking, the guests were musical was sponsored by the P. I tional recognition recently E. K. said. II

ir. served Jello with fruit cocktail T. A. on a percentage basis. The Hartzell, president Of the Public I The Winning adve

and sweet crackers, by the host- Ingenious artists gave the program Utilities Advertising Ass'n affiliated prepared by the ten

esses, Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs plenty of punch and pep'I with the Advertising Federation verUslng division of
Frankie Hazen, and Miss Lubedla with their music combined with of America, announcedthat nal Clark IB manager II'b.

Plnholster. The next meeting will I i wisecracks and dialog. There Is' the Florida company's advertisement years the Company Ju,r
the tive in '
be at the home of Mrs. T. W. planned a return engagement "Springtime Is Fun seeking cOIlptn
Markey. latter part of August. Time] in Florida" has been chosen Floridians to CUre"SUI1Unt
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney Truck O'erturn'lA best "public relations" newspaperad and has taken the

..,' t ...f. _: were visitors here last Tuesday. minor accident occurred early of the past year in the south by I its devoting a large Pro
h y 4 + .. ..tiV" Misses Myrtle and Mildred Sunday morning north of townon east. advertising schedule

a t + ,''I t''S ,,no } + Thomas of Graham, spent the Highway 13. A semi-trailer Formal announcement and presentation campaigns"Enjoy all "Stay TIu1
,. Florida
loaded with
yTYPf6S 4th with their grandmother, Mrs. produce truck peppers of an award certificateto "Send All y
Alice Thomas. turned bottom side up. Florida Power & Light Company "Stay a Summer_g1
Neither driver was Injured. The Thru May'
was made in Chicago Tuesday slogBn
Mrs. J. R. Mott had as her adopted
Tole SOL/TN guests on the 4th. a son, I* A. accident was caused by sudden.r June 25, during the Public bers of by COl1l1DunlU.

', / YETIT IYi1S' OR/G/NATl O Mott and family of High Springs,, failure of the headlights. Utilities Advertising Association newspapers commerce and aemj
B Mrs. Rahn of Mrs. Wright McGarity left national convention. I f'Ins! tw
.. Y VESLOA/ESOWNO WERB and Mr. and Hugh the state and
Ralford. Saturday for a two 'weeks' visitIn "The award to your company," invitation the SuZ, |
Atlanta and Bowdon, Git., with Hartzell Wrote after postcards dlZj
"coming critical

M. : THe NORT f Mrs. Parker Honored day On Birfli- friends and relatives. scrutiny an expert committee ,summer Sunshine visitors Service,offlcil

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davies returned of judges from outside the D
Mrs Martha Parker was hon. received equally JJ
last week from a trip In wide ,
ored with a birthday dinner Sunday Georgia where they visited relatives. .
at the home of her son; visiting In Washington, D. C., and CARD OF
GREATEST SOUTH .12N Bert Stokes. It was her 85th Mrs Rembert Carra dine wentto Toberg, New York. We wish ,1/,,
birthday. She is the mother of Gainesville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Olyde Carmichael express
12 children and has the time of Miss has and family of Ocola are spending for the vatii
Lesley Talley returned -
her life when they are together. to her home In Tallahassee their vacation as the guests of pathy and, the many J

Although fishing Is her main after a two weeks' visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. flowers offer,,. during Od

I. ayr' sport she enjoys piecing quilt with her aunt, Mrs. W. F. God- Rosier. bereavement,

.* tops very much when her eyes win. :Mrs. Eddie Hillard and daughters -Mrs. W S. Johns
will let her. Mrs. Parker received 'Mr. and Mrs Carl Carter, Thyralee and Carrie Bell of and |

1 many beautiful ,and useful Oscar Carter and son, have returnery Valrlco were visiting her sister, NEW TKAIJf
v J y gifts for which she expressed home from a trip to theWorld's Mrs. J. S. Norman, last week. SCllEDN011'hbowIII .!
her thanks. A niece of hers Lll-
j N Fair and a visit with Mrs. LInnle Carrol and children
Man Everett, played her favorite relatives In New York City. No. 2--Due Starke 6:13: i
the Hawaiian Guitar. Besides of Heilbronn and Bertlce Douglasof No. 108
song on Everett Loadholta of Jacksonville -Due Starke 8 12
-- =- her many relatives and Miami were visiting Mrs. Oscar
in Sun-
was visiting Lawtey Southbound
Where did that romantic word DIXIE with the romantic story of pioneers who created children here a brother, Hiram day. Carter Monday. I No. 1-Due Starke 10:3

originate? Tradition 'has it that a Mr. Dixie colonies fought savage tribes and cleared! plantations Dixon of Folkston, Ga., Mrs. K. B. Harrell, connected with Folks don't forget prayer services No. 107- Dua Starke 9H:

moved a group of his. slaves from his. New out of a wilderness. Its Influence has Martin Everett Satler of Lillian and Bernice The American Baking Co., Jacksonville at Heilbronn church every Sturke-liell
York plantation to another In the deep South. played a dominant part In southern Industryand Mrs. Frank Jacksonville.Stokes of Gainesville Mr. and spent Saturday here Wednesday night.Typewriter No. 101Leaves Starke
Here the slaves were In strange surroundingsand development. A few years after Jamestown Mrs. Emma Knight of Cross City, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. daily except Sunday.

; became homesick. They wanted to qo back was settled, cotton was planted at Newport Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdin and L Harrell. ribbons olr all kinds No. 102 Arrives Star!
where they were (born to Mallia Dixie s land, News Virginia. Next the first settlers Mrs. Schellle of Chicago enjoyedthe Bill Plummer and Howard for sale at the Telegraph office. p. m.

vylilch to them typified a paradise on earth. of the Carolinas began commercial production, day with her. Miner returned Friday night
from a short visit In Miami with
Their, desires were celebrated In song which which later extended to all the other southern Lorena Polk was visiting In 1 Mr. Plummer's relatives there.

soon spread to other plantations and In time states. After the advent of Ell Whitney's Trenton last week with her aunt, Because of heavy rains lately, HOTEL LEAMINGTO

the, term "Dixie Land" became transferred to cotton pin In 1793, cultivation began to surge Mrs. Parrlsh. farmers in this locality have' begun -

their new homes and thus became a name for forward and cotton became one of the greatest Mr. and Mrs. Lyonn Crosby to 'set strawberry plants.WOODLAWN .
-I the South. So well lid It fit the traditionof commodities on earth. Today the South 'leads entertained with a party In honorof : N. E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard

the Southland that "Dlxle'" 'eventually came 'the entire world 'In production of cotton which Mrs. Crosby's sister, Miss Margaret Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bajj

to mean only that section of the country below directly effect a far greater turnover of commercial Johnson, of Greensboro, By Mrs. Oscar Carter
Mason and Dixon's Line. funds than any other product. In Florida Fla., last week. Many people attended Opposite Union Bus Station

The history of cotton production in Dixie Is revenue from Cotton and Its products, average the party, and all expressed Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter

the history of the South itself. It Is Interwoven around $1.600.000 yearly.i themselves as having hada were attending to business in MIAMI FLORIDAOne
good time. The guests were Lake Butler last Wednesday.Mrs. .
served sandwiches and iced tea by Walter Lee and Miss Block From Shopping District And Amuse
: and Mrs. R.. M. Hersey July 4. the hostess.
: 'j Lorena Rosier spent last weekend
Misses Bertha and Lo-
S Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Cradle Baxter of in Ocala as the guests of
; \ I. per wereu.,visitors to Jacksonville Baldwin their sister, Mrs. Single Room with
were visitors here Sun Clyde Car'' Bath-.tl.30; Double Room with 811*
sets. : thing. II Swindle of Salt Springsand Among those Oscar Carter and son Richard MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR ROTE
on our sick list
at the English. I'll take the Hitler: All right all right, I'll K. B. Swindle of Flora Home, this week returned home Saturday after
French navy, the air force, Alsace, give you Tunesla-It's nothing buta I I visited their parents Mr and! are: Mrs. J. K. Doug I
las Mrs.
Lorraine,' the French factories, lot of hot sand and niggers. Mrs. S .R. Swindle, Sunday. i Ellis, Clemons.i Maggie Ward and Mrs.

railroads, the mines, the banks, That's more than you ought to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns!
-- ,the foreign credits, the colonies, ,. Harry, Sapp, of Jacksonville, Ij
the gold all war materials, excess get. visited Mrs. Johns' mother, Mrs I spent the 4th with his mother, t.1fie. .
Mussolini: How about Lydia Hall Monday afternoon.
food supplies, and keep an lettingme Mrs. A. Sapp. -
take Jugoslavia next week? Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and daugh.1 /
army In the country for'60 years, Mrs. P. A. Crosby and Mrs.
Hitler! Now listen here, Benny, ter, Miss Elsie Belle Geiger and
or longer if t want to. I'll make I Lee Crosby are visiting in Avon
I I'm not going to get messed up Mrs. S. R. Swindle were shopping'''
the dirty rascals for cook. Park with
pay B. T. and
I jln i the Balkans yet. I'll tell you in Starke Saturday night.
ing up all this trouble. .1 bet family
they'll be sorry they jumped on I when Is I want any help. Joe Stalin Miss Ida Hagan was a business Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mott and

me and Norway and Holland and : pretty business touchy about this Balkan visitor to Starke Tuesday. children and Mr. and Mrs. Lyonn If
and those Turks
Belgium all at the same time. going to get you the first chance Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall were Crosby and children enjoyed the
I'll make them pay for It. they get. They shopping in Starke Tuesday. swimming party at Hampton Lake
Mussolini: Now look here, really got some Thursday.
guns and' they ain't afraid to W. S. Sibley was transacting
Adolphrt the natural aspirations shoot. I'm telling the business In Starke Saturday aft Mike Tillman, Jake Keen and
of Italy must be satisfied.! I Arnold Haddock spent the 4th
ernoon. at
time they catch with
must have control of the Mediterranean you your Fanning .
pants down, you better watch out. Rev. G. E. Cutshaw of Starke
Sicily the Suez Canal, and Mrs. L. O. Hazen
Those dago soldiers of will preached at the Baptist Church
Gibraltar and the French African run factor than they have yours ever here Sunday. daughter Minnie Lue and Betty

Colonies. run for the last 2,000 Misses Elsie Belle and Long were visitors In Gainesville
years. Geiger
Hitler: You ain't done I Saturday:
-why the heck should you nothing get Its Mussolini: Italy will work out Iris George Padgett Packham, Felix were Sullivan visitors and I to ''I Enjoyable Bridge Party t L
own destiny.. It. can afford F
all this TMuslIOlInl Several
persons from here
to Walt for the fulfillment of its Starke Sunday afternoon. attended
: Didn't I start all the bridge party at Pervls Jji .'
natural aspirations. Mrs. Ida Parrlsh and children ;
this business by taking Ethiopia Velda and Ben of Earlton Beach Hazens at Hampton Lake last a 2- J'
and, bluffing the English and Hitler: Aw shut up! Now look Friday afternoon. Those from
Mr, and Mrs. Louis Catr
French right off the map. That's here, Benny, I can't wait any Misses Pauline and Lois Binderof and here who enjoyed the afternoon < f

where you got the idea when I longer for you to make up your Gainesville visited with Mrs. Hazen were: Mrs. L. 1F 'vr
showed how easy' it was. You're mind. I've got to get at those here Sunday.Mr. O. Hazen, Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs.

just a copy cat. Now listen here, English. I'm going: to tell the J. A. Mllllken of Ocala J., P. Roberts Mrs. Guy Harrell
let's get' down to bualnesa. The newspapers that the Axis has reaffirmed Mrs. Fred Hazen, Mrs. Emory
was a visitor to Theressa
natural aspirations of Italy must Its strength and has Hazen and Mrs. Leo H. McKinnon.
night. He was
be satisfied or Italy will fight. agreed on every point. That our accompaniedhome Mr. and firs Sanford Rith, and
by Mrs. Milliken
and chi
Hitler: Well, ain't done decisions, which are to re-make son of Raiford were visiting
you Mr.
dren. Sylvia and Glen, who had
no fighting yet, nor for the last Europe for a thousand years, been visiting for a few with and Mrs. L. A. Brown over the s
2,000 You will be revealed at the days week-end. .
years wouldn't declare proper relative
war until I had the French time. Now you keep your mouth Mr and Mrs. C. Sullivan were Mrs. .Vergle Connlngton and

___ whipped, and then you were so shut. shopping In Starke Saturday aft children of Miami, were visiting
scared you could hear your teeth Mussolini: Now listen Adolph, ernoon. her mother, Mrs. Alice Thomas,

rattle all over' Europe. if you would please let me make last--week.- ,

Mussolini' : The natural aspirations one speech, I wouldn't mind so BOOTSEY'S BEACH cars one scott of Plant City '
must be satisfied much. and Bill Newiiom and daughter to
fly Miss, Kffle: Crawford of St. Petersburg
Hitler: Stop that bull-you Hitler: Well If you have to get the Curtis were guests of
sound like old Chamberlain! i I it out of your system, I'll have Mrs. J. S. Rosier and family Melvlns last week.
iGoebbels write one for 4 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown at. ., ., ata a1aj
Mussolini: I hear Roosevelt Is' you and spent July visiting relatives tended the Mall Carriers' :,
send It Convene
over tomorrow. In Hawthorne.Miss .

could going thruk send to he make has the a French any speech.airplanes? Do you he ( The Delray Beach News.TIIERESSA. Is sister spending Mrs.Grace a Robert while Fountain herewith Crawford.of Tampa her I,I tion"Kingsley Many at St.folks Lake Augustine spent and Monday.the some 4th at at t wr 4t .a.. s?

Hitler: Quit acting like a Misses Justine and Worthington Springs.
By Mrs. A. L. Sulllv_ Josephine
fraUly cat. You know the new Johns spent the week-end In St. Don't forget church and Sun.

American planes are a lot better Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison George, Ga., visiting friends day School every Sunday morning -
than ours, but they spend so much and children of Gainesville visited Mrs. Jim Crawford Mrs. George with the Rev. G. E. McGau-

P time talking they don't get Mrs. Dennlaon'a parents Mr. and Crawford and daughter,, Clara of ley. pastor.
around to making them. The Rev. G. E.
Mrs. McGauley
W. W. Packham Sunday. St. George Ga., Mr. and Mrs L. and .
Mussolini: What do you think Mr. Charles Loper left Sat. L. Batten and lIOn, Lewis and family have moved to Melrose. / wr!
the United States Is going to do? urday for his home In Macon, daughter Frances of Jacksonville They have a house down by the

Hitler: Shut' up and sign this Ga., after a visit of several weeks 'all spent July 4 here at the few lake where they plan to enjoy a
paper! The whole settlement Is with relatives here. home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. before weeks' fishing and swimming Coca-Cola is recognized and
written up in there. It won't be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd and Crawford.Mrs. school starts.

necessary to read it. l little daughters Frances and Alice Noah Crews and baby of .Roy Quenn and son, Algie of corned everywhere. People like i'u dI
Muaaollne: Who do you think were visiting friends here Sun Macclenny spent the week-end Avon Park spent Sunday here

I am Chamberlain? day.Miss here with her sister and brother- with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craw I taste and the that
a refreshed feeling
Hitler: Well you're just aboutas Mary Lou Fredrick of in-law, )''fr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns. ford. I

scared as he was. Hampton was the guest of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Wllliard Gaskins Miss Betty Miller of + 5
Mussolini: Now look Hazel Packham a, lows. When home
here Tuesday night. and baby spent the week-end In U spending her summer you buy your
Adolph, you and I been friends Rev. John Grlffen of Miami Baker County visiting relatives. cation here with Miss va- "

J for a long time, and you have was the guest of his aunt, Mrs.C. Mills Mary Hodges and Miss Crawford. Effle plies always include a six-botde cafl

done a lot of things to me. I A. Youngblood Saturday. Ruth Johns of Jacksonville spent Curtis Jones of Baker

stood for them all, but I am not Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns the week-end here with :Miss Ef spent a few days here last County week of Coca-Cola and be prepared
going to stand for this. I have and children of Hampton were fie Crawford. with Mr.' and Mrs. Willard Gas-
j 10.000 planes and Italy Is strong. guests of Mrs. Johns' mother, Luther Chism and Jack Johns .

Hitler: 10,000 egg crates! Ten Mrs. Lydia Hall, Sunday. were visitors to St. George. Ga., kins.A.. J. 'Crawford was a visitor refreshment at home.IOTI'UD .
German bombers could blast Italy Mr and Mrs. Leon Tomlinsonand Sunday.Mr. to Baker County Saturday

q clear out of the Mediterranean. Miss Beatrice Hersey of and Mrs. Clyde Starlingand Jack Johns was a visitor night.to UNDBK AUTHORITY Of TH1 COOCCOLA CO. BY
Mussolini: I didn't declare war Jacksonville
a>rfi were guests of Mr, family of Woodlawn. Mrs Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYPAGE

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12, 1940 BRADFORD

LpBlanding To Get Baptism Of Fire "Norman" Is Most Popular Name Harden, both of Jacksonville were Louise Gllsson were visiting! Mr. ';

visiting here recently. I and Mrs. Frank Coleman Sunday.
Artillery Units Next Monthabove The Telegraph's Mailing List Curtis bees and family have I R. L. Lee was the guest of Mr. .t t
. ; I returned to their home In Plant ,
Although Smith and and Mrs. Colman Gliason .
Jones Mrs Sunday.
are are: A. M., Mrs. Lois, Carl ,
Journal) sea level, one of the high- I, usually thought to be the most I Effle. Berry, S. R. Sr.. S. R. Jr., City Dees'after sister a Mrs.visit here Ethel with Jones.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen are ,
Jacksonville popular surnames throughout the W. S. spending a while in Olustee with I p
tile est points In the state. The light (Just deceased), Mrs. L. A.. i .i\
than an hour's guns (seventy-fives) will be I State Board I country, a survey of the Tele E. C., H L., E. M.. Mrs. Lyda I Mrs. Emery McCloud of Tampa her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
e morn Jack80nvUle, well placed in strategic locations graph's mailing list this week reveals M. L.. U. D., and R. A. and Mrs. Henry Neal of Jacksonville St. John. t

!\'OlDclty'l trade area is the south of the lake and will to To Issue' I that the respected name of Our Griff 1 families include: were visiting here Saturday. Mr. and Mnr. Robert Sutton '; t, ;

development of shells Into a designated impact Daily BulletinA "Norman" leads all the rest when Joe Sr., Eugene, Mrs. Z. Z., R. W. H, Maxwell of Jacksonville wer guests of Mrs. Sadie Mur-
estate quickly area three miles to the north. It comes to families who "take A., Joe E., O. E., Mrs. J. W.. Mrs. spent some time her this week rhee Saturday afternoon In k ,y
s'Piolittle' fanfare. The heavies or 155's, will be unified marketing service the county paper. Enoch Council D. A., W. E., R. looking after his and his mother's Starke. ; .Iv

p us countyez placed a mile or so further awayto and an advertising Looking over our mailing list, A., Levin, and Joe S. real estate. A large crowd from here attended Li I' : l''
00;nder I that Duval the south on the southern bank Florida program for I which is now at the highest peak The Greens are: I* J., A. H., the Rodeo at Kingsley : i ,

scant attention. of .Magnolia Lake and will in winter vegetables are be- I!' In many years because of the Floyd. R. A., N. T.. L. D., E. A., BETHEL Lake July Fourth. fi ')1

| month"L ; from today, Au- turn fire into the Impact area. ing considered by the state mar good crop season which has en- Mrs. R. H., A. L. Jr., Mrs. M. J., By Mrs. D. I>. Wm dard Miss Gladys Lee is visiting her r'
a General Albert H. keting board. Four key markets abled farmers to have a little and Robert L. Jack't''
CamP into the limefth While such an arrangement is in the state-wide report service "extra cash" the Telegraph finds Thomases Include: A. J., Miss Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gltason aunt Mrs. Emma Boree, In : I;

wB) burst, An orchestra described as an artillery range, will be Pompano Plant City, San- I that there are 18 different Nor- Ploy Geo. W., Kenneth, Mallory, and children of East Palatka were sonville for a while. !it, I

a. roar mm. guns will actually the operation is slmiliar I ford and Palatka. man families who are on our Mrs. E. M., H., Mrs. M., Mrs. W. I guests of her parents, Mr. and Mr. H. Lee of this section and \ ;. "

eventy-flve the curtain to that In actual battle The ef- For the first time regular list of subscribers. L.. H. J., Joe E. Miss Rode Wilkinson of High ;'
to In the his- Mrs D. D. Woodard Saturdayand f1" l
overture of the fire will be
'of the Date's new Na- fect telephonedback tory of the state marketing service Next in frequency Is the name Other popular surnames occur Sunday, land were quietly married Tuesday ; r C"f
to the
ReJlervation aa the gunners" "by officers a daily bulletin will carry "Johns," which occurs 16 times, with the following frequency: Miss Dorothy Lee GHsson and afternoon. '' X l''
Guard Artillery regiment of in the forward 0. P. (observation -I I current prices and volume of pro- closely followed by "Griffla" ((14 Hazen ((8)). Kelly (8)), Crosby ((7)), ... "i
eld post), a concrete shelter Jones ((7)), Smith (7), Sapp ((7), f'
A. brigade begins duce on each of the 22 markets families), Green ((12), and Thomas
th F. will probably call within the Impact area. Natur- in the state. ((11)). Brown ((6)), Starling ((6)), Alvarez '! 1J
uthOrlUes ally most shells will carry be- ((6), Andrews ((6)), Carter ((3)i). I
artillery practice. "observation The markets will be connectedby The Normans now on our mailing '
e yond the post, but Shortest names on the list ( I
armory board, a teletype service. In ad- list include: E. E., IV E.. F. .'
lOud state the concrete will be thick enough are: Dew, Lee, May, Gay, Guy.
cameramen and see for protection if a dose of shrap- dition to this each of the :four I) M. Jr., J. N. Sr., Russell, L L., There !. a Barefoot and a t C ISLiP t

U be Ton hand to the nell falls abort.Immediately. key markets will issue daily bul- Leroy, F M., T. N., H. L? Mrs. Lightfoot, a Bugg, a Lamb, anda
letlnes. Elen S J.. J. S.
climax i Mrs. Grace, O. "
t will Accord in front of the J., J. M, Truman and Miss Rosa Cherry. COVERS UOUIDPCllSN i
nsJve preparation. U light guns will be a concrete I Prices and volumes on northern 1 Mae. First name on our list alpha- l
BrigGen'l Sumter dugout from which fire can be i markets will be carried in a betically is Adkins; last la Zeig- aadCLEANU J "
member of the I dally| market service The Telegraph-reading Johns ler. : J
Jr., a observed on the opposite shore I out i I wait ?
been aerushiDg -
has i of Atlanta.
board at of the lake. Fifty-foot towers i. I LLW fl "j.j

construction"baptism will be constructed at high points I Marketing experts hope to finda i.I Governor Improves HAMPTON' awaaaamcurt-IM.ar ., wMYNNtrMne.N '. t.
August ,
p, the between the two lakes from which general prlve level for winter I a? ,
v will precede by some officers may get a long range vegetables this year Instead of After Operation By Miss Ada Nlrarao "SauloYSer ,; .

the official dedication view of the fire. having separate quotations on J. W. Horne and family returned VLUGS GAIITI ,': "f,
Die' to be held the first of each market. Jacksonville, Vlncen Hospital .,' ',.",
When the "cease firing" order to their home here aftera J l''t '
ear, The plan for a winter reported on Wednesday !0,000 i
Is given, the can vege-
gunners give a
to Jack- visit with friends and relativesin
,ape the proximity hop, skip and Jump and dive into table advertising program i sunder morning of last week that Governor 4 334 t'j
Southeastern Reedsvllle, S. C. YIIIM .
of the I either of the two lakes to coil I consideration with market | Cone, after undergoing an rt.h in I .
I Air Station and the dailyof off. ing officials seeking a trademark i! I Mr. and Mrs. Cary Getsome of t> el.. : {
In the I[ operation had emerged from thesurgeon's
development '
Its or for .
stamp vegetables Beach
inspectedby Daytona were guests "
eclipsed somewhat newscanip Only the seventy-fives will be knife nicely and was M .r
Itiis state
of M. L, Watterson and
camp's used August 4 when approximately family
Blanding. doing well aa could be ,
1000 men will be en- Despite a short season last I Sunday. Mrs. Getsome Is remembered rKtslr ca GASTAfwsu t
will mean many
however, national defense camped at Blanding for the first year that curtailed the expected as the former Mills CAP ) "
millions time. General I gross receipts from an estimated Govrnor Cone baa been in the 'Eleanor Harrison. I':
I added to that already Lowry will be in : ,
to be Duval County. I command at the 56th F. A. head- I five million to two million dollars -, hospital since June 19. The decision Ray Williams of Jacksonvillewas 9 1 r.nM .iL'., %,33v

t spent will In It be so far away.the quarters at Sand Hill Lake. The i the Pompano market led the I I 'as to the operation was a visitor here this week. i ErConway's

of the now 116th F. A. regiment, one of the state in its first year of operations Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreauxof
completion I I not definitely reached until Tues r
Service Station c.
paved road 68 from Key- three in General Lowry's brigade, Orange Springs were the & Garage f l

Heights to Orange Park, will be under the command of Plant City has led the statein I medi-cal efforts to avoid the surgical guests of Mrs. J. F. Johnson this ;

resent distance will be cut CoL Homer W. Hesterly, 0 f gross turn-over during previ- procedure, made more serious be- I week "

"t 32 miles. If it were any Tampa. ous years. cause of heart trouble, had failed. Mrs Bertha Carver and Frank Starke, Floridar'S ) ,t '

the roar of the artillery One Is astounded by the Incredibly : :!, '
I might convince Duval abort time in which Highway Patrol ? "
r It lay in the path of an Blanding has been planned and # : ( ,' ,(
Organized Into '
constructed. The first .
blitzkrieg. acquisition {
g ,: ,
dings 32,000 acres, which was not made until Jan- Three DistrictsThe "I'd: ;
lup about one-fifth of Clay uary 1 of this year and the first ',
extend from Kingsley construction did not begin until Florida highway patrol ', ,: ,

fen the north to within a the following month. There is henceforth will be divided Into "
des of Keystone Heights still much to be done, though the three districts with a lieutenantIn '

south The motorist now huge tract could be made avail- charge of each. ''t t tI r .

t tie camp via Starke, but able to the war department for The new lieutenants are Fitz- 81nwiqk I '

I mite will be unnecessary training purposes at once. hugh Lee of Jacksonville in '11'J.) J
I the new road Is finished. But Blanding Is first of all a charge of the West Florida dis- i I '"?

camp's most striking feat state project. The state's five- trict comprising all of the state I / .

its turraln. Unique forK man armory board Governor north of Gainesville; H. C. "Red" I .

rolling hills, flat country, Cone (chairman), AdJ.-Gen'l V. B. Martin, former Lakeland police I '

I and black soiU npt.to speak Collins. ,. ,of. St. AugusUnetBrlg.- officer, In charge of the Central I ,I "

[dozen lakes so vary Bland- Gen'l Lowry, Cot Hesterly and Florida district extending southof r,,0 i
landscape that it is ideal for Capt. Ralph Cooper, of St. Augustine Gainesville to Sarasota; and J +

\\rj maneuvers. -has planned and guidedits Stuart A. Seneff of Miami in I .' "

aI l Lowry pointed out dur- construction. charge of the South Florida district -

Visit by this reporter to It was built by Florida men, extending from Sarasota to I/fI1I !

amp last week-end, for ex- Florida money (much of it from Key West, I<
that could be
targets Duval county through the sale The appointments were an-
I by cable across Sand Hill of Camp Foster) and Is named nounced last week by W. F. Reid, I r
|In the southern section of
after the retiring chief of the National director of the state departmentof
vation for anti-tank I
prac- Guard Bureau, General Al- Public Safety. They were ap-
ThU practice is regardedy bert H. Blending of Bartow.Blanding's proved by Governor Fred P. Cone \,
important because of and J W. Perkins Chairman of
future as a military conclusive proof of a
functions of light artllIQ pretty
post Is unlimited. Its importanceto the State Road Department,

will will-tank enter Blading defense.through Jacksonville, economically and with Reid comprise the safety value when more people

lie driveway leading from financially, is tremedous. department. than ever before buy a certain
Previously the patrol only

I road e, 48 Probably as it passes lined Kings-with : Dr. Townsend one Lieutenant, W M. Green of make of car in a single year. -r

Clearwater, who recently was
[wings from Camp Foster, May Organize promoted to captain to succeedH. j
whlle National Guard Re- N. Klrkman.RESOLUTION'. That is true of this 1940 Buick. H940 '
don now the site of the New PartyDr. ,\'

l Air Station, the drive will

Innlght into the central Frances E. ownsend, WHEREAS It has pleased Almighty It's pretty good proof of value

U pound.graded Even while now a relic the founder of the pension plan which God in His Infinite Wis- when a higher percentage of oil)

bears his name, declared recently dom to take from our midst our
the World War, a giant selects that car
210 his followers would ''join hands beloved friend and brother A. JGrlffla. new-car buyers
mm howitzer
is ally -
f place where the road with labor and form an entirelynew who departed this life after looking the field over. riB "

es right and left at the party," if both the Democrats May 28, A. D. 1940, AND The Buick SPECIAL 4-door touring sedan $996*
It pound. WHEREAS,| we the Members
either side of the parade and Republicans fall to back of Camp No. 38 Woodmen of the That is also true of this 1940 Buick.

|a are regimental areas, his program to aid aged persons. i World will greatly miss the de- .

capable of "We will give each of the parties voted fellowship and energetic
accommodiating this from sheer value it should be clear that right .
rendered Camp So
P tlonal service on ,
Guard regiments of one more chance; Dr. Townsend Buick
l lien each. The right-hand,I I told a mass meeting of delegates time to time by Sovereign Grif- now, "Best buy's Buick"-the question we'd pricesAlch.Transportaeiorr!
t tal l ,fls, AND
area with its 15 to the Townsend national
messl -
l well toward completion I convention in St. Louis, Mo. "If I, WHEREAS the members of this like to ask is: Isn't this also the best time based on rail rates,

m he ready by the time the I I they muff that they will get no Organization deeply sympathizewith to buy? state and local taxes
r. of Sovereign *-
A. regiment arrives other." the family 1 oio
onth. AU Grlffis In this hour of sorrow (if any), optional
necessary I Dr. Townsend referred to his
as warehouses, andre ,proposal, now pending in the and misfortune. Isn't this the smart time to put yourself for equipment and acces

ready for use i House Ways and Means Committee NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE- husky uslnelsCoupesontJtxlrtl.. Prices
ey Lake will be used that while we greatly behind a brand-new power plant, Sedan start
for for a 2 per cent gross in- SOLVED prices subject tof change
Uonal I purposes for officers '' of the untimely passing! of and smoother than ever?
zca I|come tax to finance a pension deplore thrifty, thrilling at $955- without notice.Isn't .
An do most
officers' brother we
club will approximately $50 a month for all our deceased
t on the lake side of the''citizens 60 years of age or over. homily. bow in submission to the

round. i I Each person would be requiredto will of the Heavenly Father, this a smart time to get more room=up'r

ring Its use, Blanding will spend his pension within 30 knowing always that he doeth all All things considered,we think it is. Especially
soft brakes
decl Into to-date controls sure, new ) I
separate The tax would be Imposedon
when consider current low prices.
.a There Will be' the camp all Incomes of $250 a month or BE'IT'FURTHER RESOLVEDthat rubber springing that never needs lubricaao you
rtfIe range to the lovable t
north miss the per-
er area to more. as modern features (Buick has no It won't cent to a Buick the
III the south, The pension leader in an inter- sonality of Sovereign Griffis we tion truly cost a try get

southern arUUery sector.range in the ex- view termed the Social SecurityAct shall be Inspired by his love and and Its less than six dozen) month on months of low delivered prices and have your present
this Camp
ail are, now ready for an air ever the "most passed-ridiculous a direct Iglslation fraud-, affiliations devotion to, to higher ideal. of reliable, trouble-free, low-cost, stayoutofthecar appraised. Hadn't you better see your

lIId1cates east that of the camp site pretending to be what it isn't." service to this great organization, shop service? Buick dealer now and do just that?
complete faWIIJ -
be He asserted the act was passedto AND
available ,
to a moddivision. RESOLVEDthat ,
8. triangular "head off" the Townsend plan BE IT
I would be revisedin we extend to the family of
cliVielon, and predicted it
Which Is made sincere
It brother
three to provide a our deceased
th near
clePtnd separate!for fighting r payment of $60 a month to elderly sympathy In the loss that they always / P
r POWer part of its have sustained, and knowing -
ou persons.
a thewind
coordinating He who tempers
Dr. Townsend .... I he hopedhis that lamb will guide -
7 the
0- Into the to s
could go their
artillery organization
next range and direct them if they put

r." l iatlonal month Guard Will be rangNU ODe of majority next Congress In both with houses a ,working adding trust In Him, AND RESOLVEDthat EXEMPLAR OF GENEKA1 MOTORS VALUE

WIth concrete that the Townsendites already BE IT FURTHER
forward resolution be
OR Poeta baJance of power in a copy of this \
You But just Ja hold the family of our de-
doJI't districts. furnished the '
l'azlge work know' n-how an many Party lines Congressional make no difference to ceased Sovereign. that a copy be Starke Florida '
It will. the the Bradford County REGISTER MOTOR CO. \
for furnished
handled at Bland- hl4 followers, he said, support and that a copy be ,
:: IOUUl of the ruervaUon favor lai given the plan.Theconvention those. candidateswho Spread upon the minute of thlaSOVM'elgn

trip Lake, eli with "'Americanism Camp. ,

.C ale lfe1rbls&craq and fringed byIt and patriotism", a Its A.E. J W., Thomas Hayes,, SEE THE GENERAL. MOTORS EXHIBITS AT THI NOW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO fAIRS I

on. ; rise around the theme, opened Its fifth annual national C A Knight, Committee.

Point to 233 feet convention. ,1 f'I

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BnADroltD; 'COUNTY* TEUfcT.rtArH. B'fAtiK1l: 7StOR1DA .....n.',.. ,
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un trees ''T tzan' tactics; 'as It Mission Hall condition must

. SOCIETY and CLUBS wel' the latest thing Recipes And Tabernacle generation Of eVery begin hub !be

Fbonorvisldn Is I withoUt exception,
--I Jn the "Juke box" line I'm told, Lnnon Chew Cake 1. x "Sheep., i Goats and Pigs'', was Pride envy, As

Mrs. Chapman and !Lewis-Dickson I I'Frlend Conner-Crosby and It provides talking motion and There's nothing better to .top the toplo of;; the I Bible, study at dominate In greed and hktt,
pictures :In restaurants, bars Mission Hall last the
the Tuesday world.
Mrs. Biggs Are HostessesAt. 'here of 'Tcmmie 'Lewis The many friends In Bradford other public places "at the drop a fried! chicken dinner than a I there will be d
,, cake, night. The Twenty-Third Psalm war
y Bridge Luncheon of the Risingsection will be interested County of Miss Dorothy Crosby, of a coin":: i .1 Jus' can't' wait: good'slice; of lemon cheese contributes and related passages were used as war in Europe |III the Thl In..

to bear of his marriage daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. R. M. Imagine Hamlet with a hamburger and Mrs. E. J. Dowling knowyou'll the Scripture basis for the dis generations of hatred hllnet

Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. Saturday, June 29, to Miss Christine Crosby of Brooker and Loran '' this recipe which :we files cussion. The nature of these tof disregard of the &lid

E. L. Biggs were Joint hostessesat Dickson of Jacksonville. Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Berry JohnS' literary efforts enjoy' having In your animals was contrasted. The spiritual fruit of ancp I

the Kincaid-Beasley cottageon Following the ceremony the young L. Conner will be much Interested rewarded He' has flies. tory Is Atheism a
Kingsley Lake' last Wednes- couple left for' a wedding trip In to learn of their marriage have been Cake Batter There .were vlsltora'present The only time and Inri
o'clock when had two articles published tin 1 butter. from Atlanta Georgia and from there
at twelve-thirty cup
day South FloridaBaptist June 25. The ceremonywas One condition of Universalp.
they entertained the members 'of performed at the home of last few months magazine and 2 cups sugar, Cleveland. Ohio. Brother Enfield 'I be when Christ Peace
their afternoon bridge club at "Industrial Power" 4 eggs. pastor of the Lawtey Bap- to Iflmeelf
W. M. U. 'Circles Rev. W. E, Hall in Green Cove "Southern Power setup His rlgb 1ft
luncheon. Springs. Rev. Hall married the another In 3 cups flour.. tist Church was In charge of the the earth. eoul ro 84
Met Last Week Journal". Congratulations powder. 'A fine interest Satan Rip
4 baking
tf The lake cottage was attractively young couple. Mrs. Conner was teaspoons singing. was bound for a period
decorated with from Bradford Barry! 1 teaspoon salt. manifested. of a UI
arrange- graduated High years and will
of W.
Four circles Baptist not
reads a be
of buds and pink last and Mr. Con- Little Joan Dabrow 2 teaspoons lemon extract. afternoon celve able 10
ments pink rose entertained last weekat School spring, Every Wednesday the men and
M. U.
were .
; gladioli, ner is one of Bradford County'syoung book every two or three days Cream butter, and sugar; add children meet at the Mission Hall hatred and strife trick the_
their meetings.Mrs.
i'' I The long luncheon table, where regular farmers. Mr. and Mrs. Some average I have trouble milk and well-beaten egg yolks at three o'clock for singingprac- real Christian Thou IIho
L. G. Powelland Miss three I will
the guests were seated, wee cen- Conner are at home to their reading one every two or I alternately with the flour that tice and Bible study. This workIs elves with the billy
tered with a low bowl of pink Etta Tison entertained Circle No.I friends at the home of Mr. Con months ;. :has been sifted three times with in charge of Mrs. Thornquest. gospel and the preaching d
at their home Just east of town. Lambe salt and Fold in work of
buds, interspersed with Shasta ner's father. Overheard Dolly baking powder. TABERNACLER. the lost It
Mrs. Powell led in a discussion of
' Salesman whites.Lemon .
x daisies. Completing the table greeting the Fullerbrush stiffly-beaten egg J Gomes the
Proverbs: 3, while Mm. W. J, was speaker at
and bow
decorations was,, the gaily colored Epperson led In 'Ten O'NealOverstreetThe : "How are you?- CbFilling the Friday night service at the
prayer. "
little brushes? 2 cups sugar.
are all the
china ware. Tabernacle last week. His
members and two visitors were sub-
Following luncheon three progressions present. The circle was delightedto many friends In Bradford Our Editor is off to Ft. Mc- 4 rounded tablespoons' flour. ject was "The Basis for World r1 l -I
of Mrs. Lena Overstreetand 4 egg yolks.' ,
County Pherson foe a month's encampment "
of bridge were enjoyed. have Mrs. Epperson back afteran Peace The scripture lesson was
family of Lake City, for He one of only Juice of four lemons and grated
High prize was awarded to Mrs.O. absence of a year. Plans for the 14th chapter of the Gospelof
:ti L. Haynes, who received a pairof donations to Dunklin Memorial i many years a resident and. storeowner 24 men in the State-fifteen rahs rind of one lemon. John. The text, "Great peace
in Starke will be interested Few of salt.
hose. She also won.the galloping Church were made. I and a barrel of who-rays have they which love the law
in the 2 tablespoons butter Your
k goose prize, a Bet of measurIng The hostesses served punch and ment: following announce- You-better alt down before you 1 cold water. and nothing shall offend them." OWII aOclol1"cO"tct

i .spoons. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter pound cake. read this; all right, don't say I cup It was pointed.out that the present 4reved personal .tutloDur
Mix four and well add
was presented with a set of Ice Mrs Lena Overstreet announce. didn't warn; you: Teddy ("Pou") sugar ; state of war that prevails in lowest J'IIcee .In hl.lmy,
tea coasters, her reward for makIng the marriage of her daughter last Sunday unbeaten egg yolks one at the steel dJa .
i .Mrs. A, :S, Thomas entertained Young hadda date Europe la due to man's rejectionof .9ra".d 1811101.
\time beating well after each ad-
a grand clam. In a game of Circle No. 2 at her summer home Frances, to Robert :Manning O' nite! 'Hear the gal hadda do all dition. water the Word of God.If all of 1umcecI1tJ' 901d tapdnae,.
Add and
r bingo 'Mrsr J, W. Andrew., Jr., on Kingsley Lake with an all-day Neal on Thursday, July 4.at the the talkin' my my these slowly the people of the world today
r- won a pair of miniature vases.Those covered-dish luncheon meeting. Overstreet home in Lake City. bashful people the lemon of juice and rind. CookIn would read the Bible and come 25 sheets. wllh.tgrad
enjoying this lovely 'af i Mrs. H. L. Brownlee led the de- Rev. J. L. Hunter officiatedand Three weeks 'til school opens thick.top Add butter boiler before until to love its blessed truths and en- Personal InMaJol Clad llakbine
: just removing -
fair with the two hostesses Were: votional. conducted the Impressive ring (Children' are going to hate from fire. Cool before deavor to fashion their lives ac- ..ve1o....- g
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. A' Z. ceremony in the presence of relatives f 'to Yarletr
It was decided to buy paint for me). spreading layers of cake. cording It, war would be an atylut..
Adkins, Mrs. D. B. White Mrs. the,parsonage .porch floor, and to and.a few intimate friends. Flash! Scoop! TENsion! Kate between. : Impossibility, But as long as there blxatioes and ,bn..j|

N. Sternberg,' Mrs Junlus 11//[. make a donation to Dunklin The bride wore a becoming en- Wimberly and Alice Anderson Chill Sauce are men in the world who deny Abe'a h1111ae

Smith/ ; Mrs. L. D.. Vising, Mrs: Memorial Church. semble of powder-blue with white went flshln' in the rain Tuesday, Now that, bell peppers and td-"God and blaspheme His holy name aodaJ el oHM .
O.. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. W Kin- accessories. Her flowers there will stationery -.Ie It
were a be strife, hatred and
I Twelve members and one visitor and tha fact that they caught matoes are so plentiful It is a low pdosa
cald Mrs T T. Long, Mrs. D. P. of sweetheart roses.:
_ were present. Following from 20 to 25. pounds of fish isn'ttbe good time to put up different bloodshed. No, amount ,of peace
Carpenter, Mrs; J. W. Andrews, the ceremony a reception' treaties A'
--.:.- whole story by-a? long shot kinds of relishes and pickles. Leagues of Nations.
Jr, Mrs E. L. Matthews, and Circle No. 3 met in the Church was given and the bride cut the.' .. unnergtand! they tried to Here's a recipe for chill sauce World courts or' disarmament BRADFORD
Mrs O. L. Kelly of, the State wedding cake. : COUNTY
annex with Mrs. W. B Alexander found a. nudist camp, i. e., their that :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee contributed conferences will guarantee a condition TELEGRAPH

Farm acting as leader in the absence of Mrs. O'Neal was graduated clothes were, just too, too wet for this, week and It certainly of world peace. The whole Phone 29 6Urh
Mrs. H. L. Hough. Mrs. Alex- from the Columbia High SchoolIn to be comfortable, to they had to sounds gpod. process for establishing such a I ,
B. S. U. Program '
ander led in the discussion of Lake City in the class of '39 squeeze tha water outta their 10 large onions!,.chopped.-

For Sunday ..NightThe "Peace With Understanding." Mr. O'Neal is in business in Fer- duds. But right after they did 30 ripe tomatoes, chopped.

Payments were made on Dunklin nandina, where the that is when, the climax arrived 10 red peppers or' five large
Baptist Senior Union i Memorial and on a bill for sheet will make their home.young couple in all- its glory: Kate hooked a ones, chopped ftaeV ;:Keep that .

wishes to invite the.young' peopleof for the orphanage. two pound trout, and backed further 10 cups of-vinegVr}, ,
Starke to discus 'with them away, from, the shore, and 29 tablespoons' frown;" "GIRLISH FIGURE" r
Earth" sugar.
and not "on
'Th. Power of a Christ-Mastered* Circle No. 4 met at the home Earth as is I stumped her toe, on somethin' and 3 tablespoons of'salt.
Life" Sunday night at 7 o'clock of Mrs. Jerry Moore. said. took all.tha hide off-and that 1" tablespoon. each of cloves, through bowling! .

at the Baptist Church. Mrs. L. A. Canova gave: a talk A payment was made on Dunk- till ain't all,. She fell down, I cinnamon, and allspice ..

The introduction, will ,be given on our neighboring countriesthe lin Memorial. and her l>ne crossed With.Alice' 1 teaspoon dry mustard. Not only- is bowling an

by group captain Jenelle Hut. fact that.Mexico will not allow Mrs. Moore assisted by Miss .."". but,:by, Gawger she hung Mix all ..ingredients togetherand
chings. Baptist missionaries within Clyde Nelle Thomas, .served ice onta that flab, to prove that a boil one hour. Let cool and inexpensive sport, but it's

"A Christ-Mastered Life Has her borders. Sentence prayers cream and cake to 12 members man isn't the!!, only one who can add one grated nutmeg. Place in healthful, too! It provides

Power Rightly to Evaluate the were held for peace and love of present. catch ,'emTalk r about put- ;fare, a .type of exercise

.Things of Life" will. be given by Christ for these countries Mrs. Mrs. One Wiggins will'enter- tin' male fish 1 raggards in their that win
Doris Crews. Canova ,brougbt,out the .fact that tain at the lake for the August places, Alice and Kate DID Artillery WARNING I t keep you in
Firing will be trim: Free
the Lord's ,prayer reads "InCarolyn meeting. they say thaf, was the mostest Eloise Bullock will discuss: "A State by the!
fun thFy'veever had in their j Armory Board In Township I beginners on request.
Christ-Mastered Life Has Powerto and Eight, Range 23 East
lives-and they made PLENTYAnoise )', on August andAll
Hear and Talk with God. 7 f"r9fount/ 5 6
while flshin' !
they were .1
Discussion' number, three 'will Callstreet Person. are Warned Against KINGSLEY BEACH
'be"A Chr..t-Mastered'Life. And this ;,enough noise from entering, this area on the above 't
: Has Date
me .for one We elc. so jSoooo long; ,
the Power to Practice What Jesus ; VIVIAN COLLINS AT
see ya,.In. thenex't_ ..,... KINGSLEY JAKESIJnSons
Called GraceA and "will. be given, ''Wahoo, folks*. ...,. I'm a' cow was 'set off perfectly 'by something :'Carolyn r-u -t.V-J-U"nJL; O.nual 1' Florida
by. FanniaSUcoxV girl now ->":--r'Welk-anyway.I almost -!I light bide highlighted byre a ** > TU' a-. ;

This subject '"A ChristMastered was a cowed girl at the 4th belt and ''a bright red hand- Mrs.. ''turney,Hostess'*

Life Has the Power to Standup of July rodeo The bellicose bag t Then there was Alice .

to Life" will.be discussed by bovines almost got ,Fonzo Grif- Anderson in becoming blue pa.amall8lt To Presbyterian AuxiliaryMrs.

Gladys Johnson., <..!.......' fie 'and me,'; but :we managed to that's what''you 'call .: Charles ""TW'ney
oUt run 'em"every time' .(our high- 'em was hostess -
George Silcox will lead 'dis
a Tuesday 'afternoon at her
cussion on: "A Christ-Mastered helped; Out run As ''usual, the 'crowd
was more borne on Kingiley ,Lake when she
'em or else) Dunno who was
-y Life Will be a Silent Witness for interesting than the show entertained members of the
the more graceful Have to
God. leave that up' to the spectators My -eye was struck by five little Ladles' Auxiliary of the ..Presbyterian
Quiz Leader; Doris Crews will red-beaded kids sittln' InI row Church.'
: I. But the cow was probably in on' top of the fence .. T. 1C CASH AND CARRY PRICES FOR
lead, a forum on the following better form than either of us Artistic/ arrangements! of roses, JULYII2 AND 13

questions: Ud I. Those charming newly weds, McClane spent half his I time zinnias, an d..,\ ma.rlgoUls were PIJONE 45
Whjgre Sampson's'strength |
: I the Paul McLendons and the Billy worryin' over whether the singin' placed at.vantage points throughout NEAR 'S. A. L. DEPOT
He?; Who was Samp I cowboy's mustache and sideburns the home .In decorating for
Powell. in the ,
were taking sights
son's and did he were real or fake .'Spected this ..
temper why meeting' .
but the In each
.Mrs. case was
yield) How did Sampson avenge Moro attractive that the goingson to see him go up and tweak 'em Mrs. V. S. St.John led the devotional 24 Pounds SILVER KING FLOUR Guaranteed 75 1

'1 his enemies?; Who were Ruth and In the arena .<. Dot was any minute service, which consistedof ,
Naomi Never saw 00 many strangers songs, scripture reading and .
; How' did Ruth make dazzlln' in a snow white playsuit I
her living?; Who was Boaz and with one of those glorified In my life but. Starkeites were prayer by Mrs Charles A. Allen. Lard '

what part does he play in the fish netaf around* her hair distinguished by their absence Mrs. O. E. Stansbury had charge ---x$3.40 Tomatoes Can '-
Course there were a few of the
story of Ruth. While Mrs. McL/s, dark beauty program on China and the ,
Kap Duncan sittln' on a fencepost Southern Mountains. On the sub-
JJ/J. and Bill Wainwright sittln' ject of China, she was ably assisted Bulk Vfu GalJT- '

on the fence (must get to be a by Mrs.. Turney, and Mrs. gar, 15c Lemons Dozen --20
habit after you've been in poli- W. A. Bonham ,,

CLAR-JEAN SHOJPPESUMMER tics!) .. P. S. Denmark wear Mrs Newton, mother of Mrs.

'.. ing' a bright green straw bat Turney, and formerly, of Harri-

Jrr-- i hasn't. missed Aunt Vida anything Morgan yet .(she. man information, Tenn., gave about some the Interesting Mossop Kitchen Matches, 2 for 5c Toilet Tissue, 3 for 1 10

Hope I can enjoy life like she School for Girls a Presbyterianschool.

ClearanceSale'Starts .doe. Course when I Jake get Johns to be was her there age), The. business, ','! meeting, which Staley's Starch, 3 for lOc.: Fresh Tomatoes 3 lbs.lflc 1

sportin .hie shiny new deputy followed the program, was pre- ,

sheriff's badge '. sided .over bYjthe president, Mrs.
The rains came-and stayed all E. M. Davis At this time plans 10 Pounds SUGARTTTg
Saturday afternoon but the crowd Jus' Ignored were made for redecorating the 4

the weather .- Spent the lower floor of the Presbyterianmanse.

July 13 8:30: A. M. bowling afternoon and boating dancing, .swimming. Run- During. the social hour the hostess Peanut
ning hither and yon with the served a delicious sherbet 2 Lbs. 20c'Chase & Sanborn. 21c

COME : wind and the rain in their hair punch with' home. .made cookies ,

EARLY "Twas a glorious 4th I !

different Next time to you eat, want try fried something bell Hoard Notice of In County. hereby NOTICE Commissioner given!. that*the of!'I I Relish, Quarts 20c Bananas 4 Ibs. 1

t 1-4 to 1-3 Off peppers Just slice it in rings, Bradford County, .. Florida. will! ,
hold a meeting! In the County Commissioner *
dip In salt and flour and fry Room In the County
:Mmmmmm (hope I'm not over- Court Home at 1:00 o'clock A. M., Sliced

On Summer Dresses, Play Suits, Slack doing It) Dr. Middleton gets on purpos August of hearing 6th., A. complaints D. 140. for. from the Breakfast B A CON Pound 1&1

credit for popularizing the recipe owners or agents of Real Estateor .. r
Suits/BatHing Suits, and Child'rensShorts .. He got it from one of Ma which Personal have Property been fixed the value of
by the
farmer friend. who eats fried County Assessor of Taxes and ac- Fryers Live Wt lb.

peppers for breakfast '. I'd espied By order by t*1't Board.. Board of County, ,25c White Meat Best CrdJl!
recommend It for lunch, however! Commissioners.. ,

SUN SUITS 1h PRICE 'Good to tee Bill Wainwright It A, Thomas, Clerk. Hens Pound 124Wis. /
NOTICE Or SALE 17c Rib Brisket Stew ,
: (Lawtey) around again after so Notice I* hereby given that under or ,
I lone a time Has a swell job, and In accordance with that' cer-
t LinensLpncheon'Sets Breakfast Sets
!: ; tain final decree of foreclosureand
you know, as traveling secretaryfor sale rendered by Hon. H. L. ,
Napkins and Towels his fraternity, Lamba Chi Sebrlnaas Judge of the Circuit Slate Cheese lb. l
Court of Bradford County Florida). 22c Swift's\ Prm. Hamsjji
Alpha, and be is home for a In Chancery- that certain. cause ,
GREATLY REDUCED month's vacation Bill has pending In amid Court wherein

'i'Ui'-: '< ':",, .' been in 40 State but lre'11 still Federal Is plaintiff Farm sfortsjsre and Jessie!Corporation Burney- Pounds '

39c'L kwood' take Florida That'.. patriotism et. al., are defendants Case No. BLUE ROSE :' -1 1
klet8 29c for you .. by 110,said the undersigned decree-appointed Special will Master sell RICE .; .

Bridge Babble The Bishops to the highest bidder for cash at A ? __

NYLONSTRY J. M., C.Smiths.A. Knights Stembergs.and other Andrews the ford Florida south County, during front Courthouse the door legal of the In hour.Stark Brad of Peanut Hay 100 Ibs. 1.35 | 1 7!

residents of that Section of the ale following on Monday described, August premises.. 140.situ the Sweet Feed Jj

LARKWOOD NYLONS lake ban bad trouble getting to ate In Bradford County Florida,

I i their respective cottages of late to-wlt WV.,: of SEU of 8E4. and South Edan Mash
t. The two bridges crossing the I 4J. feet of sfcli of SEV: of SE: ", - 245; T 2.7

ALL SALES .FINAL branch ain't what they used to be of and HKof' SJ4 9f SW SW%}? of all 5E In%.Section and ,SE S7.4. ,xedo'EggMasb -

Tbe old bridge is worn out Township S South Range 22 East
I and the new bridge washed out together with all and singular its
'tenements, '
Somebody suggested parking I purtenances.B. .hereditaments and ap- SCRATCH FEED -21

1 their cars and swinging in on I'.n 4t a-a. K, FERRYMAN. Master"Pnerlal I .. ,. ,. -




_,. n1Llt rg'I140! BRADFORD,
.. PAGB. nn
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r-ITSof LOCAL NEWS Dr., S. Steinberg of Daytona A W. Anderson:Jr. will spend Mr. '
Beach I r and Mr. R. R. Hutchings.; Mr. and'Mr.. H, C. Rite* 'wI.
and Dr. and Mrs
Bernard this week-end in Tarpon Springs,I of Gainesville, were .weeR-nd have as their uests over too
--- I *
-= A goes of Augusta Ga., were as the guest of his uncle and aunt guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. r
io's.! =-- Johnson' spent Mr. ''W... 'J. Epperson and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs T. K. guests the Fourth of July 'of Mr. Mr; and Mrs.: C. H. Reed. While Hutching and Mia Jenelle on at the Manassa cottage {
McClane Klngsley Lake, Mr. And Mm.
night In GalnellVUle. G. A; Anderson are spending today Jr., and sons, T. K. Ill, and Don-, l and Mrs, N.- Sternberg, at Kings- there he will attend the weddingof Hutchings. They took home with Jim Demaree, :M-iss MarjorieDemaree'
d'Y ley Lake.
in Jacksonville ald, his cousin Miss Doris Reed, them their ]little daughter j
were visiting relatives In' Monty, ; Mrs. K.: 'H. NIsbet' aff I",
-W. stern .pent TuesiA Gainesville yesterday Sunday morning who has been, in Starke quite, a Indianapolis, Ind., Mr .and' Mm.IJ. ,t, '
rI Jackeoovllle Jim Flynn of' Bustle was the Mr. and :Mrs. T. Frank Land- while. A. Gilbert Mrs. Ida Class tK'

iA guest last week of Mrs. E. E. Mr and Mrs.'Elliot Flynn Mrs I turn and daughters Idell and Mr. and Mrs.- A. C. Durden, Lexington Ky., Mr. and Mm. W. I %
"--- business Canova at Kingsley Lake. Martha, spent the Fourth of July Mr. and Mrs. C
C. Hoppe and L.
Andreu was a George Flynn and son, Friends of Rev. M. C. Sttth of Cooper and son, LeRoy Cooper f
0, Fort Valley, Ga., Sun- Junior, and Mrs. R. G. Kldd George I in Inverness with Mr. Landrum's son. Jimmy, and Mrs. Harry B. 'Washington, D. C., will be pleasedto of Sanford. They will be joined

ior III Miss Anne Carwyle of Tampa Friday in Jacksonville.Mr. spent I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roberts of Tampa were weekend learn that he will deliver the Sunday by Mr, and Mrs. T. BU :
'week-end I Landrum, guests of ,.Mr. and Mrs O. L. Demaree and Miss
was the guest of Mr. sermon at the morning and even- daughter tiara ,

of Savanlu.h, Ga., and Mrs. w, L. Wall. and Mrs. H. C. Wall I Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Ing services at the Baptist Church Frances Demaree, ,S, H. Demand, I'" !
Horton of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Al at Kingsley] Lake.
C. and Mrs. E.er. Tallahassee Sunday. The Rev. Stith son-in- and :Miss :Mary Demaree eat \
spent the
)fro week-end ,, Manassa will be interested to .
stll1J! Gainesville.,
here law of Mr. and Mrs H. L a.r.
Miss Marjorie Stump is spend- with Mr. Wall's parents, Mr. learn that they moved Brown 1 ,
and Mrs. recently The Rev. and Mrs. M C. Stith lee at one time was "
ing this week in Altha as the W. L Wall. into the Bence supply pastor 'j
Fowler of Pensa- guest of Mrs. Ray Lewis. cottage on Madison and children of Washington, D. of the local church. At present MOTION OK AFPl.lrATlOMFOR
Avenue, where they will make TAX OKKDSraate i
ra Citing mother, Mrs. C., who have been visiting relatives he Is pastor of the Brookland
her Mrs E. S. Matthews la their home. ( Bill N*. leat .
II Mrs. A. H. Johns of Lella'sBeauty guest of her the in DeLand, will arrive to- Baptist Church in Washington, NOTICE T9 HttRBBT GfVR1i : ,
nomas.'SJtI son-in-law and I morrow to spend some time here D. C. That Mr.. Martha Parker bolder (
Salon is enjoying" a weeks'vacation daughter, Dr and Mrs. H. B. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Ward and with Mrs. Stith's parents, Mr, of Tax Certificate No. fOb I_.... '' ,t. ,
Nave and.Hazel White- on Santa Fe Lake. Lendon, in Orlando. daughter, Miss Jane the 4th day of July A. lts. : "
Lake But Mary Ward, and Mra. H. L. Brownlee. ha. filed same In mjr ,once...! ',
were vlaltinglurda In and Mrs. E, C. Ward of Marietta, I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. has mad. application for a, sat I .
Mrs. Effle Johns had as her Miss Matille Georgia, were guests Monday of of Ocala were the guests PfI8bll'S'' deed to be iHaued thereon. tt.aa. ,i ,
Sealy of West Palm The business and certificate embrace the folio .t ?
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. I I Beach wan the I Mr. Ward's father, C F. Ward program morning of Mr. and Mrs. dmrrlhrd property In Ih. c_.... ,1
Ir.and Mr. E. L. ,:MOIPU8t Frank Webb of Hawthorne. Misses Marie guest Monday of and Mrs. Ward. meeting of the Baptist W M. S. Wade. Later. the! day Mr. and of Bradford, State of Florida te>- ,'I,
of ,July week- and Betty McGee will be held Monday, July 15 at wit: \
t the Fourth and Mrs. L. F. Dinktns the church. Mrs. L. G. Mrlt. Peebles, joined by Mrs. Wade Rlk. XI .* loOt'P Ward City S-
III Jacksonvlne. Sidney Parks and son, Stan- Mrs. K. G. Duncan and children Powell and daughter, Betty Jean, left fora < Twp. 7 M, It. to K., I'. ,'
ley, of Atlanta, Ga., are leader of Circle One will have vacation The. anxmmment or the seas t'property
guests have returned from Tennllle, Ga., trip to Glenwood. Ga.,
Miss under the said certlfloat
and Dorothy of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parka. Mildred Connor of Lake- charge of the program, which will where I '
lIes Grace where they spent the past ten they will visit Mrs. Peeble's untied wan In the name of Un ,
:! week-end at St. land, left here Saturday morning be at 3:30: in the afternoon. I and known. ,
Mrs. Wade's
n spent after days. They were accompaniedhome J. D. Unlvufl .ald certificate ahaJJ fee
IuBllne Beach. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Luke of spending a week with Mr. by Mrs. Duncan's lister, McDaniel. Before returning home redeemed according to law tfca
Jacksonville were recent guestsof and Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth. Mrs. Roy Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence NUBS- they Will visit other points in property. dencrtned therein will !*. '.
old to the hl< Margaret, Pearce, Bill Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Molpua. baum of Jacksonville, Mr. and Georgia and Florida. court house dour on he first Mean '
lu Howard Minor, and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Friends of George Mrs. Jack Williams of Gainesville day In the month of Aunuat. !*....
Flynn Jr., which la the *.
Elaine Edwards spent Wed- Mrs. J. M. Brow&lee, Mrs. S. family, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. and Betty Anne Flynn will be and Mr and Mrs. Collin Sunday, 14 1a/0. 6th day of Auaru Ii,

ay, Thursday, and Friday In E. Brownlee, and Mrs. W. L. Hall and daughter Sharon, spent glad to learn that they are recuperating English and son, Collin, Jr., of will be unveiled July at, a the monument to+Oated n. thla 10th day of JaUhr.' : ,

mi with respective relatt ee. Wall spent. Tuesday in Jackson Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. at their home after Tallahassee were guests Sundayof of Mrs. J, D. Goodman graveside OFFICIAL. S1CAL.) A.I.: ThoClerk .
Mr and Mrs. B. Jacobs at at L of Circuit Court of tlrailfeCounty .,
ville. Helmintoller having their tonsils removed four p. m. In Dekle Cemetery' at Florida. T-1J 4C ..... '
R. Lake.
C. Kingsley
of Wash
Monday morning. Lake
The Woodmen circle
Eent-a-Word Friends of Mrs. W. G. Halle j ington, D. C. and V. B. Kidd of members of Starke Grove 278, ,It'ill

will regret to learn that she is Richmond. Va.( were weekend Miss Lois Adkins will leave Mr and Mrs.! John Uglow had will conduct the service, Mrs. rt111iiT's : (

confined to her home because of guests of Mr.. and Mrs. R. G. from Jacksonville tomorrow with as their guests Tuesday night Mr. Maude Andrews acting as Guar-

SALE- Missionary, straw-roots.A. illness. Kidd and Mrs. P. E. Canova, Sr. the Nan Estes Travel Co., to and M.... R. L. :McDowell and dian-this being a request from w t"' ,

>rry plants, good white make a tour of the west. While Julian McDowell, of Jacksonville, the late Mrs Goodman. Also '

B. Whitehead, Vander- Albert Kruse of Miami spent Mary Carmen Andrews, of La- away she will attend the California -: and Mrs. Emma Lee Smith of tive In the ceremony will be? Mr ac-. 'ill

It t lection. 7-4 4tp last week here as the guestof coochee, was the guest' last week World's Fair. Charlotte, N, C. They were en A. C. Strickland \, .
straw- friends. He returned to Miami i of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green and route to Jacksonville from a tripto '
SALE- on, new Saturday.. Misses Betty and Caroline Green. John Inman of Starke and Tallahassee South Florida. as Mistress of Ceremonies; the
ny plants, grown ., drill team, from :
!Reasonable.' :Millard will spend his birthday, Lake
ound. Starke, Fla. 3tp :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burrell Mrs. W .M. Dobrow and son, July 16th. with his twin brother, Mr and Mrs. M. F. Turley and Butler, Ocala, Gainesville, Tren-
to 7-19 have returned-ftom their wedding Jackie, and Mrs. I. Dobrow of Frank, who' Is a senior in the little daughter, formerly of An- ton, Jacksonville

trig' to Savannah ,and other points Pahokee are0'guests! of Mr. and Law Department o f the University nlston. Ala., are pleasantly located "L

[GAL'l/s-tn/ good used fumln in Georgia. : Mrs. B. Jacobs1. >at Klngsley Lake. of Baltimore. at Mrs. S. S. Dowllng's ap- NOTK OK APPLICATION<<:
'He > '
Beds, springs, mattresses, i artment. Mr. Turley is workingon FOR TAX I.KKIAmu > ,

udrobe, oil stoves and diningm Mr. and'Mrs. Gus Smith of Miss Abbie4'E. Holden, State Mrs. Lee Whidby and daughter, the new P. O. Building. This ( !* Hill N.. ICONOTICF *.-I,, f,

tufts, slightly used. Calld Cairo, Ga., were guests Thursday Manager of 'the Woodmen Circle Miss Betty Whidby, and Mrs. Is the ninth poatofflce building That H. H) Arwnmt IS IIERKHY holder fllVRN.

see! us.-The Loft, 22 E. of Mrs. Effie Johns and Mrs. Car from Jacksonville, spent the day Charlie May of Albany, Ga., were he has helped..to build. <>rllfl.<'.(. No. llf, Innueii. the of Tux 4lh ..

sy St, Jacksonville, Fla rie Smith. Tuesday Wtt.i; Mrs. Vonda Inman. guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. day lama of In July my A office. I). liar and, hall hall made 1

6-28 8-16 O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin-I Mrs W. S. Freeman Wilbur application/ fur a tax deed to h. Goecf-Ajr fo Jb *uliteM v'

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boreeof George Flynn and his sister, caid at Kingsley Lake. Freeman Miss Anne Freeman, Jffiui.d thervon. Bald certificatecmhraceB sad Ha ftltuttJMV "' .
fc SALE-missionary straw- Betty Ann, I the following d..rrlla.I l ear* ,
underwent successful and Mrs. Jerry Evanton of Tallahassee pro the every \
Jacksonville spent the Fourth County ot Hi-ad- +
Irry plants Daniel Letterman, tonsil and Jer: r..In of Florida, Jft b.ALedApsM.f / ii'"ft
of July here with Mr. and Mrs. adenoid operations MiesMary; Brownlee of St. and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. to-wlti
e.haJf mile east of Statelumen' i Monday in Dr.; M. B. Herlong's. Louis Mo. and Miss Carter and 811,L.ot 3d A 1 A In Hid Cor of Lot vacation
G. H. Bennett.,, Mary Lee son, Ray of Jacksonville Town of Lewt.y' K)! of Hy In rfaJkawoWith
Market., 2tp :719D office. Watson of Alton: Ill, will arrive were guests Fourth of July Bars., 11. 14. !I5, S., TownvhJi; 5, : .
Hu"1 h, Hana-o 22 Eaet. Jararanc tlw.V )
) ROUTE AVAILABLE-Of Graham Sale of Valdosta, Ga., 1 1II. Sunday to spend two weeks herewith week-end of Mr. and Mrs.' H. A. The .."....m..nt of the Paid properly selected.
10 Rawlelgh] consumers. No is the guer.hIs.week, of his I Mrs Carl Alderman and children Miss Brownlee's parents, Bishop at Kingsley Lake. under the said certlftrKtii ia- fI
of Baltimore, Md., who have Mr. and Mrs., H.: L Brownlee. sued wan" In the darn ot Kpbt Marf.
brother Mr.
salesan .sister-in-law
rperlence needed.. Large ITnleftH cald
Sale. been visiting Mrs. G. W. Alderman : i Mrs. E. J. Howling and daughter -, redeemed accord certificate. hall ha HAROLD C. WALL
Permanent. Guy to law the
big profits: ..
left for Mr. and Mrs Miss property demrlb. will ,
Monday a trip to George W. Helen Dowling, and therein Im I
aH Una* Rawlelgh's, Bold to the hlKhent bidder at the
ept.t FAG-223-104, Memphis, Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jackson Miami. Thomas had aslthefr' guests Sun- guest Miss Angeline Blackburnof court hou.e'dour on the first Monday :'i
vibe la the guest of her son-in- day Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Williams Bartow, spent the Fourth of which In the month of August 11t40, GENE L INS
enn.k la
the Bin
I law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Callahas of East Point, and" )/'*. and Mrs. A. July in Ocala with Mr. fowling U40. day of August ,'t

SALE-Poland-China pigs : S.. R. Johns, Jr. Ga., has returned to his home Greenlee bf'' Daytona, and Mrs They were accompanied home by dared thl. ,lOlh day of July. 1110. PLEAS ft PHONG

ftree months old, from litter of after enjoying a visit with Mr. Floyd Lombataff*,, Fort Myers., Mr. Dowling who spent the remainder Clerk(OFFICIAL' of Circuit MEAL) Court A. J. Tomas 1*'

..M-vlroeW lrsmpdeR'Luclan erj9trSlUltfp' 3s spending, and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez_. at.,Kings- "1" ; .of, the,week- here. County, Florida 1.15 llrndford 4t 1-2 .

Iraln. Conner,, Surk.e .several/ weeks in Maxwell Field,. ley Lake.. *, Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins and 1 t.

I. ltp ,Ala., as the guest of Dr. and Mrs, children, Peggy Ann and Bobby, The Rev. and Mrs.! A. E. Light- '
S. P. Vandiviere. Miss Madge Middleton spent accompanied by Miss Frances foot, spent the first of the week
It SALE-73,000( Mlselcnaryfresh Tuesday and Wednesday in Jack Hemingway Jacksonville, will : in Miami with. their parents Mr, r
Inwterry plants, ordpi sonville with her leave tomorrow for ICEBERG
Miss Virginia Fugate of Jacksonville brother and sis a week's va- and Mrs. Albert Lightfoot. They TipTop ,
itock. Leon Conner; spent'the week-end hereWith ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E., L. .cation to Elizabethtown; N. C. :were accompanied to Miami by
firkc, Fla. .ItpEN Middleton. their
daughter Nancy who will
her uncle and, aunt. Mr. and LETTUCE
Mrs. Brad Brantley and daughters spend the remainder of the summer
YOU WANT It buUt'fl' Mrs. J. F. Colley.-
: The program and business Dionne and Judy, of Atlanta with her grandparents.
paired be
1ce, sure get my meeting of the W S. C. S. of the Ga, spent several days here Grocery 2 Heads
All work guaranteed. J. Misses Carolyn and Edna Hutto
,Ricks ,' Methodist Church will be held this week as guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P.. D Sharpe and _
contractor and btrild- returned to their home here
Sat'I'I Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Brantley's brother-rn-law and sister daughter, 'and Mrs. O. P. Bolen
Starke in
Tlorida Route Two urday following a visit
67. ,|West with friends. I at the Church. Mi. and.' 'Mrs.''T.'.%E1." I..'. 'Williams.Mrs. and 'son, O.P., Jr., and Wood- & Market15c '
row Kirkland all CJt Denmark
1 Mrs. H. A. Durden and child- L. F Dink Ins and daugh- S. C., were guests Friday of. Mr, Fri., & Sat., July 12.13

ren of DeLand are! guests of Mrs. ter, Joan, accompanied by Mrs. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. They were

HAT SEZ Durden's brother and sister-in- Charlie Dinkins of Lawtey. spent en route to Silver Springs and
law Mr. the week-end in with 'other, BANANAS 4 Pounds 15&
and Mis. Carlyle Ritch, Tampa Mrs. Florida points of interest. -
"You're right my old at Kingsley Lake. Earl Hatcher, Joan remained for ,

tanner friend-ThereIn 14 a longer visit with Mr. Ha cher. Mrs. B. M. Montgomery, and

a difference in Mr and JJr", Earl B. Searing children, Marvin, Shirley, Jean, ,I
work clothes" Everyday bad as their-guests last week Mr. Mrs. H. E. Tucker and daughter and Joyce, of Jacksonville, were ONIONS Pound - - SC

more and more [V" Iy4' Searing's brother-in-law and Bis Barbara, were'recent visitors fourth of July guests of Judge ,

men engaged In all ter, Mr. and;\Mrs. A. J. Mullerof to t Savannah, Georgia, where they and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman at 10 Pounds
clanwa of 'out' door Summit, 'N. J. were! guests of Mrs. Tucker's their Klngaley Lake cottage. Rev. I

work are discovering brother and sister, J. E. LaMon Montgomery, formerly Starke's
t b difference.. I'm Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten of and Mrs. J. S. Steinberg. Their Methodist pastor, was unable to SUGAR 4ScARMOUnS

proud of the kind of Tallahassee have returned after visit was occasioned by the deathof be here because he is In Reserve

work clothes I sell and enjoying a visit wtth Mrs. Pat- Barbara's grandmother Mrs.J. Officers' training at Fort McPherson -

I'm. proud of the typeof ten's mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova, L. Cameron. Ga.FARMERS. STAR 1 Jb: Carton
men that buy my"Work at Klngsley Lake.

clothes. Being I i PURE LARD 2 For ISc
Justly proud, you can't Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing I ,
r me JUT leotia any horn Just little bit. and Mrs. W H. Perkins had as i

dinner guests Sunday -Mr. and
. "STEPHENS" "WATERTOWN" Mrs Glen G. Searing :and child: Western Smoked Bacon lb. 12c


1 Khaki and Powder Wonderful Value and Mrs. F. A. Canova and SAVE YOU MONEY : Wisconsin Armour's Star -

$1.49Shirts children and Julian Canova of
$1.19 ,
Gainesville were guests the CHEESE MILKPound ;

To Match Shirts To Match Fourth of July of Lake.Mrs. E. E. -TRY SINCLAIR TRACTOR FUELS- !
Canova at Kingsley .3 Tall Cans

98c 98c, Sinclair Hi-Po-Distal No. 58 for Spark ,
All Sanforized 75e Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd and
Other Shirts their guests, R. C. Hrtmtatoller Ignition Tractors and Sinclair Diesel i 19c .17c .

D. C., and V, B.,
ELL Derail ValuesOihlcoshB'Gosh Boys Work Clothes Kidd Washington of Richmond. Va., spent Fuel No. 250 for Diesel Tractors I II PALACE SLICEDBreakfast Pound "

CORD $1,00 BOYS SPECIAL 59e Sanday at Jacksonville Beach.
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1PGRADE 75e Bacon Pound 19c'I'
Miss Mary Jo Krause of Tampa 1 These tractor fuels assure you maximum ,

Stephen's Pants who fat attending summer schoolat I I

1 ni World's Best Made Extra Strong the University of Florid in I I hours per gallon and maximum power re- I MILK FED-COLORED

$1.69 $1.00 here Gainesville with,Mrs.spent E. the L. Biggs.week- nd J gardless of tractor load. You'll)] find, too, I! FAT FRYERTP*... -. 25c

WHEN YOU Victor Thomasof that they help reduce crankcase dilution I I

Jacksonville spent the week- i Tub Butter Pound 32c:
WORK SHOES end here with Mr. Thomas' which means a saving on oiL.. They reduce ; -
; ? mother, Mrs. E. M. Thomas, and
P 'fain 'gpfc t the'best that money Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson. engine wear and .lengthen the" period between ;

DIAMOND aZ *, S I"1 buy To Sinclair Gem Pound
? a' E. L. Matthews left Monday I overhauls. get tractor I I Margarine, 12c:
$2.25 McPherson, near '-Atlanta '
For Men $1.98- for Ft
,. I Sinclair Agent
fuels phone -
Ga., to attend the business< aDd just

Womens $1.89 professional men's military train i

oY ?----- ing camp for the month.;<>f July. Armours Treat, Can - 23c:1::

Boys $1.98ITERNBERCT -E. TuckerAt
---------- Mrs. H. L. Hough will spend H. I

this weekend In Jacksonville in Cooking Oil Gallon 75c
of - -
the marriage
order to attend I ,
Miss Alyce Marsh and Marlon E. j Starke. He'll your requirements -
Sweet, which wMl take place Sun To Your Farm Promptly
day afternoon *t the home of the I I i, | Just Rite Flour 24 Pounds

Mrs.bride. Tallulah She] Is,Marsh the daughter; who ha of t PHONE 158 70c, J Jd

many Starke friende. .




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PAGEFARMERS' SECTIONRURAL Federal Report Shows Small CommunitiesIn I STATE NEWS I of the Senator Republicans McNary, the of lIol1JJna

II I This Area Enjoy Lower Power Rates leaders expressed the Local h.iui"1'1
tabulation gives FIGHTING
Residential electric consumers The following of State Welfare Board has none felt he had 1? oPb:

HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD in Hampton Lawtey. Penney typical electric bills of and Hampton Waldo Bradenton,-The Chamber the aid of extended Us merit system to in- curving with the view a T*, "
and Waldo have cheap Lawtey Penney Farms Commerce Is seeking I It was an- leaders that net
Farms clude all employees the
COMMON SENSE other communitiesof bodies In party
and those trade
lower 65 oedn
monthly bills which are I' nounced here this week the action strong running
Florida the same and larger size. I in an effort to prevent peesage mate hog
of -
With Increasing production of SUMMER than the great I of legislation being In conformity with Its west
of less than 1,- 250kwh SOOkwh In congress
combined communities lOOkwh established policy
and forage crops City I lettuce own previously
grain needs the right Iceberg
with cotton Southern farmers Every family Winter hot daysas 000 population, the 1940 reportof Waldo. Hampton : which would place restrictions. and In compliance with the fed- 'JOOK' LICENSES (
Summer or I AAA acreage STILt'tll
balanced rations the Florida Power Commission Lawtey, under Security Act. The
are producing kind of eral Social Tallahassee
cold but ]
and effici- well as In fact, they have lower 5.03 $8.03 $11.78 Florlda'e
that are economical shows Penney Farms board has set up an Independent II
need depends a good GROWINGSt. "Jook" license _
beef. food they larger communities. ST. PETE was
ent for making well-finished No bills than many Bronson Archer, merit system committee to conduct upheld(
Grains and roughages including deal upon the season. one For an average use of service Mayo 6.08 10.09 13.08 Petersburg Preliminary examinations to determine by the Supreme Court in Vj
knownas e '
Bilage hay and cottonseed hulls, wants what is commonly consumers in only 8 put of! 'Alachua 5.70 9.98 17.10 1940 census figures released here eligibility of employees not already County case Involving
furnish carbohydrates which are a "heavy meal" on a hot serve July 65 cities of between 1.000 and 2,-' Bushnell 6.50 11.00 18.50 this week showed a total of 57- covered by the merit system tlon of a pavilion the ,
the noon. On Summer days have lower bills the City of St. Peters on Lake >Brt
rations by protein 500 population 748 for of
In Dlnsmore
balanced look cool and refreshing and to provide a register ford. R. :M.
from cottonseed meal. while of the 44 cities of between Orange park 5.35 8.35 12.35 burg an Increase of 42 percent from which future vacancies Levy contended ,
farmsin that are not heavy in cal- population only 12.50 22.00 In number of per-, ellglbles ;maintained dancing
Fattening beet cattle on fresh flavor and 2,500 and 10,000 Lake Helen 6 00 the Increase will be filled facllll|(|
the South livestock leaders ories but a seven have lower bills for 100 Wllliston 7.30 12.80 20.30 sons over the 1930 figure of 17- .an essential feature of
an excellent are attractive in color. Then kilowatt hours of service. The 5.48 8.73 12.48 according to Griff Key I a r*,
point out, offers lunch that does Umatllla Dundee 323 AIR CORPS RECRUITING I that he charged .
too plan a noon nothing fM
in the j,
market for feeds grown on farms.In average use per customer Brooker Bur- numerator 'UperviBor..JACKSONVILLE ,
I addition, year-round income is not require much cooking-one four communities named above is bank 4.95 7.70 9.95 Tampa,-A call for air corps lag and that be paid| other
be prepared and kept in Issued this week by I censes. The
that can was Supreme
provided through efficient use of close to 100 kilowatt hours of Highland City 5.80 8.80 12.80 LARGEST Court ffl
the refrigerator Just before serv Daniel D. Tompkins In no opinion In
labor over many months of the service monthly. Frultland Park 5.45 9.95 17.45: Jacksonville Jacksonville is Col. upholding the i
Iced drinks quick breadsor for Georgiaand Circuit Judge
ing. of recruiting J. B.
soil fertility is restoredby the' Power Com- 5.70 8.70 13.70 with charge Johnson,
year and rolls light desserts and cookies According to Jax. Beach still Florida's metropolis Florida. Men enlistingunder I dismissed Levy's t
of manure. using 100 kilo- 7.92 12.42 1992'Gainesville and Tampa in action i
use mission, consumers Starke Miami second
added to vegetable plates or will be assigned to Max- State levies a $100
of this tax
Stressing the importance ideal for the watt hours of service monthly 5.13 10.38 19.13 third place, according to census on pi
summer salads are Ala. Training will where dancing la
well Field !
"growing into beef cattle production Summer meals. craracteristlcally have lighting, Tavares Haines figures released by officials Wednesday permitted
noon-day such technical
these leaders point out small appliances and electric re- -City 5.48 8.73 12.48 of last week. This proveda be afforded In MOTH K 1
elaborate equipment Is not Summer is an open season for with electric 4.75 8.25 12.75 work in connection with military OK 41'PLlrlrt0l !
that frigeration. Those Ocala surprise to many, as it was presumed FOR T\\ tEED
: needed for successful lotfeedingof vegetable plates. Try these suggestions cooking also generally use In the Leesburg 5.20 9.58 15.83 Miamla would out-do the aviation as aerial photography, NOTICE IS HEREni niv
# cattle. Practical, well-built : of 250 kilowatt 1940 to- airplane and engine maintenance That L. O. Powell holder; r '
neighborhood Municipal plants.Additional Duval county city In the Certificate No. 252 if AnmJl
pens and sheds, especially important Buttered carrots, green peas I hours of service while those using tale machine shop work gunning and 1920 and Certificate No. 121
s'r where rainfall is abundant baked potatoes,* spinach chard. 500 kilowatt hours, with com- copies of the report bombing parachute rigging radio July float.4. In 1927 has tU.daid '"
for Flor- my office
can be constructed at little cost Baked tomatoes buttered on- plete electric service usually also "Typical Electric Bills CHECKING LICENSES operation and maintenance as plication tor tax dyed and, maGe to i ,
and are a good investment for ions potatoes au gratin string have electric water heating as ida for 1940," can be obtained by well as for administrative jobs thereon In accordance with !
checkof Said
feeders. Ample trough space of beans. well. sending ten cents for. each copy Tallahassee-A careful is such as clerks stenographers and I lowing d",robed embraces property the.i.J

2 1-2 to3 feet per steer for grain Buttered beets corn pudding communities with the desired to the Federal Power all drivers of motor vehicles office men.PEPPER In Bradford County Fiorlds.
while Florida Commission in Washington D. C. being conducted by the Florida wit
feeding prevents Crowding brown potatoes Swiss chard. same typical bills as Waldo Pen- tabulates the typical State Highway patrol in an effort SEa of PW/4 Sec; 2 H
The report
separate troughs or R. 22 E., 40 Acres, IK ,mbriJ
needed in feeding roughage that Buttered cabbage shelled beans ney Farms Lawtey and Hampton electric bills for all Florida com- to. rid the roads of unlicensed An associated press report from under Certificate No. 262; and
fresh steamed W14 of REYE of ; sic,
or blackeyed peas jE"-!
1930 population driversIt was officially an-
Is not ground and mixed with stuffed baked include Daytona Beach St. Au- munities whose Washington recently stated thatit 6 8. R. 22 E., 20 Acre? li ,,m\L\ ,
the grain mixture. A separate tomatoes, gustine Palatka Sanford. Live under the federal census was 250 nounced. Drivers are warned' to was disclosed that the name of under. certificate No. 222 i

trough Is needed also, for salt Potato puff stuffed buttered onions Oak. Lake City Lake Butler or greater. Bills are computedon have their drivers licenses available Senator CBlaude Pepper of Flor- under The assessment the Bald certlflnteii or aid prop I is J J

and salt-sick or other mineral boiled tomatoes, spin West Palm Beach and Ft. Laud- the basis of rates effective. at all times, as offlcfcWVill ida would be placed before the were In the name an followii.

mixtures required. ,An adequate ach. I erdale. January 1, 1940. stop motorists for license Inspec- Democratic Convention in Chicago wltt and In Certificate the name No of 262 Unknown was iu, i

supply of clean, fresh water com- Remember that vegetables need tion at various points. County for vice-president but pointed out Certificate No 223 war In tte na
to be cooked just long enough to I will ot .1. E. Futch.Unleee .
pletes the requirements for the highway police cooperatewith that leaders were opposed to the Raid certificates stop
Production Control Of
feed lot. 'I become tender. They should keep Tobacco state patrolmen in this work. selection of from the redeemed according to law.
their their and : anyone deed will Issue thereon on Ibel I
Full value la obtained from I Increases Faster Necessary Says "solid south" as a running mate day of July. A. D. 1940.Dat..4 .
and better feeding conditions their texture.Do FSCW PRESIDENT RESIGNS this 19th. day of Junti
for the nominee as it was Im-
result, if manure Is'removed not over-cook vegetables Than DemandFarmers State EntomologistTo Daytona Beach- Giving ad- perative .that a 'man from the D.(OFFICIAL 1940. SEAL) A J Tho
from pens at frequent Intervals boll or steam and add butter or vanced age as his reason Dr. Ed- Clerk of Circuit Court. Brad!
middle west the far west be
flue-cured produce edible cowpeas, the or County Florida. .lltf;|
and spread on cultivated fat. Arrange them on the plate grew more ward Conradi. 71 year old edu-
_ attractively: Consider color combinations tobacco in 1939 than the demand : Florida farmer must rush the cator and president of the Florida

land.Along with proper equipment texture and flavor In called for says H. O. Clayton I growth of his crop and practice State College for Women since FUNERAL DIRECTOR

and handling of-feeds goes care planning and serving vegetable state AAA administrative officer : regular control measures against 1909 announced his resignationhere My Many Tears Experience Make It Possible for Me to toot j
In handling cattle in the feed lot. plates. this week. His
in explaining why growers will the curculio or pod weevil EFFICIENT.
Cattle that are given close attention I I will be selected by the State
fed In quiet surroundingsand BUS SCHEDULE vote on a 3-year marketing quota! the Southern green stink bug Board of Control. Among those MODERATE: PRICES

with adequate space and are Northbound plan July 20. The 1939 crop: says J. R. Watson, State Experiment mentioned for the post are Dr. W. DeWTPT C. JONES
fed at regular Intervals obtain Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. Station entomologist Btarke. FlorIda.USED
was nearly 400 million pounds S. Allen, president of Stetson
full value from their feeds. Most 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m., 6:10: p.1 larger than the current estimated The pod weevil is about the 1 University and Dean Walter

Important for those who are feed- m., and 10:10: p. m. I level of world consumption and size of the boll weevil, but 11I1 Matherley of the University of
for first time is the SouthboundLeaves black In color. When the
Ing the planning this supply will continue to depress cow-I Florida school of business ad-
of operations In accordancewith Starke at 2:40: a. m.,' prices until it can be eliminated peas are young, it feeds on leaves' ministration.
the supply of feed available.To 10:20 a. m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20: he says. and buds of the plant, transferring -,

fatten efficiently and economically p. m. its activities to the pods REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR
cattle must have plenty of Westbound "This is why it is Importantthat when they begin to form. It
flue-cured tobacco Daytona Beach,-John F. Walter -
grain and roughage and valuable Leaves Starke at 5:35: p. m. Florida punctures the pod and makes a
and 11:30: a. m. I growers consider carefully all of republican candidate for
suggestions for planning feeding hole into the seed doing this to
Eastbound the facts regarding plans to adJust Governor of Florida expressed
operations can be obtained by feed and to make a place for I
consulting successful experienced Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. m. the supply to the demand laying its eggs. In from four to great satisfaction over the nomi-

feeders county agents and vocational Ticket office and bus depot at' under the proposed 3-year mar- eight days Mr. Watson explains nation of Wendell Willkle and
Con-way Service Station corner keting quota plan* he declares. said he was confident that Florida
agriculture teachers. the egg. In the course of 10 daysa
Highways 13 and 48. "The quicker supplies are broughtin small white grub hatches fromor would swing into the Republican
with and inline j column next November as it did A
FOR BABY'S COMFORT line demand kept two weeks it attains full size

IIcO..'. Baby Elixir It Intendedfor TO CHECK the better farmers' income and enters the ground to pupate. I, In 1928, giving Willkle a splendid
Minor upsets of the stomach .RIA from flue-cured tobacco will be."I I Later it develops into the adult I vote. Walter claimed that the s
and bowels that result from over 7DAVSr The state administrative officer weevil j nomination of Willkie insured him
.eating, improper foods or tempo IN says that meetings at which I of at least 50,000 votes for the I
vary over-acidity of the stomach. ...... : the tobacco situation Is explainedare There are at least three gen- governorship in the general election
A bottle of McOce's Baby Blizii 666 being held this week and nextin erations of this Insect a year In and stated he proposed to

costs only 35c.CARPENTER'S. tahe all of the principal tobacco Florida and these overlap each conduct a forceful campaign. I
counties directed by the county,
agents. He urge all growers to I Cowpeas being raised for eat- TO EXAMINE BRADSHAW 1

BOREE FUNERAL HOMEAmbulance attend one of these meetings, and ing should be planted on good Attorney General Gibbs has 1

then to vote In the referendum. soil, given good cultivation some ruled that changes In the National n
Service Day or Night Phono 134 -
on July 20. fertilizer and Irrigated if necessary. Security laws placed the
We have added s late model AMBULANCE to our equipmentwith I Thus they will grow quickly ,
"We want every grower to position! of Director of Unemploy-
special' springs for easy riding. II I understand conditions surrounding -, to maturity and produce crops of ment under the merit system and ?

"A HOME-LIKE': INSTITUTION" O. H. Bennett, Manager the industry and to vote in peas before they have been ruined that an examination should be
by the weevil. Watson
Mr. also
I the referendum" Clayton empha- held. The post now held by Fred
a sizes. "Whether he votes for or recommends that the grower go B. Bradshaw pays $5,000 a year

INSURE WITH against the quotas is his own through his patch early in the and under the Attorney General'sruling M
and morning, when the insects are he
bunlness, the balloting will will have to take a
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. be secret." sluggish and knock them into a merit system examination and
pan containing kerosene. If this
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Clayton states that three years la done twice he compete with other applicants for
weekly says, the
position if
may be needed to eliminate the will he desires to retain /
Phone 74 STARKE, FLORIDA ;; 1939 surplus with consumption at keep for producing down weevils edible sufficiently it. The date for the ex- I

present levels allotments equalto cow- amination has been set for Sep- (ZlY

1940. and normal yields. He peas.Stink tember 14, officials said.

adds that the big surplus, with bugs sucking insects
the need to bring supplies into make unsightly brown spots on New Livestock
the pods by puncturing them.
line through cooperative action
is one of the reasons why farmers They lay their eggs on the surface Market OpenedAt

themselves asked for and were of the pods The numphs Plant
i WIr given the right by Congress to can be killed by spraying the CityThe

put quotas on a three-year basis." plants with a' pyrethrum com- State
pound. To kill the adults knock Farmers' Market of

them into a long-handled pan or i Plant City was packed last Wed-

Comptroller Says dish containing kerosene .nesdya afternoon for the opening

TaxpayersNeed of the newly constructed live CARSat

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are No Council Collects Big Sum 'stock market which was built at

given away with every $40 in trade From Estates 'a cots of $34,000 and which. was

or certificates. Taxpayers who are solicited by ; opened with a livestock auction terms
Are Redeemed firms who claim refunds can be Pays State Bills sale, beginning at 1:30: o'clock your price-and

Cask U SMITH'S GARAGE secured from the Comptroller's under the gamesmanship of James
?0 office by giving the solicitor half Winding up a six-moth's driveon McGee, market manager.

STARKE, FLORIDA the money are advised by State estate taxes. Comptroller J. For a while it looked as 1936 Ford Pickup $275.00

Comptroller J. M. Lee to contacthis M. Le Is depositing almost three though a heavy rain might come

_,aawp' snawwwaiewwuunisusnnaiwwsiM.......'!!.!',! !'.!! ''' '!!!!!'!'! '!'!aq''wuwewuuiBwtaiws''!!'!, '!! '!!'!! '!!!!,!wuu' '''''!!!!'muu.uwawximmmn! *us'aeuhlin"waeJ(' !! !! office before signing any quarters of a million dollars to to mar the proceedings but rain
iiiiiiioF' -" ..'"".. wiwaiwnwr, 'wwwiauwunwwawwuwuwwwiuuiuiwwurr" "' ...iaiwuruaWw.row, .., agreemnt to give away half of the general fund this month and failed to materialize and every- 1930 Model A Ford $100.00

I II any probable refund to which checks are being written and thing went off in tip-top shape. -

they might be entitled. mailed to creditors of the State The first

"If such taxpayers will lay Institutions for approximatelyhalf sale began shortly proceedings after 1:30 of: the o'- 1932 Chevrolet Coach $75.00

their case before me, I will check the State's outstanding bills. clock and there were representa

immediately and advise them if AU bills incurred by the State tives of nearly all the wellknownmeat
they are entitled to a refund or Institutions operated under the packing and cattle com-
not and If thy are 'so entitled general revenue fund since Feb- panies operating or having
check will be sent promptly for ruabry 1 have been "op the cuff" In Florida. agents RED HOT SPECIALS

the full amount and they will and they totaled about $1,500,000 The Plant
not have to share with any third on June 17th City market com-

person Comptroller Lee stated The checks now being written pleted sheds and recently has a Is seating aU under huge 1937 Ford Pickup 85HP $300

"If the law Is not clear In the probably will pay aU bills through of 250 persons in the capacity
center of
matter. the Comptroller added. Fbruary and March and the mailing an enclosure for the cattle.

"I will so advise) the taxpayerand will be completed some time pens are located to the Loading aide- 1938 Dodge Pickup $300
then -
he can use his best this week or the first of next of the arena. The market
judgment as to whether he will week.
retain counsel to take the Issueto hailed by all who say it as an
the courts." outstanding success and will add 1937 Ford 60HP $300
/ The SPECIAL TRAIN FOR" OCC) materially to the growing number Pickup
Comptroller reiterated that
Jacksonville-A special train of Florida livestock
DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH under no circumstances will It be carrying 700 Florida CCC enrollees there already being six operating auctions,
necessary for taxpayers already will leaves Gainesville July in the State. They -
are located
entitled to a refund under the 9 for the "
Pacific Coast; The in LaBelle
OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST court's decree In any case already youths will put In six months' Palatka. Jay Arcadia and DeFunlak Bushnell J. W. ANDREWS JR.

Upstairs Over Cajiova Pharmacy decided be require to split their service in California and other Springs. The local ,
market however
refund with third 4it
any party.Eagraved Pacific Coast
!' camps.Jack Home Is said to be the largest
Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to.5 p. ID."I I fworewwnmmnrrs.mMri.rtmsanerrnnwnrrxrwmnmusewn.u state supervisor of CCC selection of the group as it was the-lateat Starke, Florida
sympathy ackawl said 179 of the boys will be former constructed with improvements
edgemeats. Inexpeulve.-Brad enrollees and the
.. ,. .. ., where the others had not known
tlumuinsimm uYnsn wudnwirontidu mTwmun'nnnniire 'wiwn' .uwuuwnwTWnurnmm' "inwnnum. ....nnniuuMnnmtmnnahxnuu, 1 ford County Telegraph. j recruits.
the best
... method to follow.




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JILY 12, 19(1)EWar

; Must Go On! I DOUBLE RUN--I C rA iC sEV1C17

By MrV.. A. | All Aliens In U. S. School '
Tyler By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffl.1.IIsi i Library Still Under Par" {

I Clarence H. Benson Dl- of Israel, threatened by the armies -' Mr .and Mrs. Lonnie Must Now RegisterPresident According To State Requirements '"" t l i.
1 Education of + Ifl
rEeV The Christian adversaries | and son of this section !
lOr Bible institute of demonstrated that the road i are Llzzia Tompkins and Mrs. r Roosevelt's signature E. L. p\
to national spending this Williams
principal of '
Moody week with her alster Mach D'I per semester as library due. This i
of Starke t
uroa and were visiting In was affixed! last
peace week to
prosperity Mrs. a new .
Gertrude H. S.. this I has U.
Register of this section week called the at. not been very satisfactory t
.IC'go.1txtSO In Bible schools rather than in I Starke. Monday I Ilaw requiring! the 3. OO.OOO aliensIn i iI
rept.nted him tentlon of although It does give the student
j the :
nll1n armaments. We read that Harold Prevatt returned home this country to register and public to the fact I
when Misses
olh "kketln" ", aaylni'"hilt the authorized teacher of the law:' 'Griffis of Frances and Mildred ,, after spending some time In Jacksonville ] leave a record of their finger- that the school library Is ImprovIng an opportunity to aid In ; .w:( "
They Saxon were ing and adding to our
I1R"4' I d"nef "went about throughout all the I Miss Lola visiting with relatives., He was I prints with the nearest postmaster but Is not yet up to standard "The \

hlle 111'311'11 the hurts a aught cities of Judah, and taught the I Cliff Crawford Tyler Sunday. I accompanied home by a cousin, i.! within the! next four months. as required by the State Department manner enables money collected ImProv"j j"
of Hellbronn Melvin us to ,.
of ,
Prevatt who Education.
of I11Y people then "the fear will spend! a Local -
is .
ace of Postmaster ( F.
daulflltrr when the visiting his family here. Stump library much more f C
: while here. Ho issued the \
I). ,. bTno""p! l't'IU'l"..uce"-Jcremlahthere Lord fell upon all the kingdoms Frank Strickland of Miami Is I l I said early this week that all he following statement we could If we had to ,
of the lands that Mr. and Mrs. M J. Greene I knew :
were round spending this week with his sla : and the law was what he tirely on the\ library 'i,
8.8. UJeremiah about Judah, so that they made' ter. Mrs. Luvernla Barker and I children of Miami spent: the weekend hall read In the papers, and that "In the past two years 229 new tion of the county school board. 't.

1 was not considered no war against Jehoshaphat." | l family. with relatives and friends I he had not yet received any additional books have been added to our "It has recently been called to 'j r.

patriot. He was percuted It Is quite evident that "the John and Andrea Mlgyrl made i I{ Mrs. Green and children are remaining Instructions concerning Itsadmlntstratlon. senior high school library. We my attention that possibly we ."
tt itch of a fear of for a visit have just received 77 I
the Lord" will new ones have
a "
imprisoned for his never fall business trip to Jacksonville j some patrons and other !
and upon any nation' until it gives a |
predictions. He wasTed larger recognition to the Earl, returned home pen ended another American This gives a total of 1,871 vol County who have books I
..mlatlc. Bible I I Everyone is enjoying the re I Saturday ; good no 'I ? ; .
a "calamity howler" be- and the place where the Bible 151 r vival at the Pleasant Hope Church! after spending some time with ;tradition for dealing with foreign umes. According to the minimum longer needed and which are ,' > J" .

| would not pray or propl1y taught the Bible School. One !! 'held by Rev. Bailey of Waycross her daughter, Mrs. Pauline Bailey emigrants on U. S. soli. standards set up by the State Department suitable for children of senior high ,k ,.

*use he success.of the Jewish wonders how long the moral 'Ga. I i of Sanford and another daughter For years, foreign residents inmost we should have five school age. We shall be happy ::r "'

for the Jeremiah was rightd tegrity of the United States In-I' Mrs. Luvernla Barker is | Mrs. Melva Kelsey of Oviedo.Mr European countries have books per pupil. Our enrollmentof to receive donations of any quantity : i

i mY.But Jerusalem was wrong. Therrthle be maintained when seven out often 'Improved after being much j I and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of been required to obey slmlllar' 436 students makes a total of of books from anyone' Interested .
seriously 2,180
things that befell Jerusa- of Its children are growing ups I :'f11. 1 Flora Home were guests of her registration laws. But until to- volumes needed for our In our needs. You may .r ';

the just Judgments ofd. without religious instruction and I parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Pre- day foreigners In America have library. rest assured that these books will ';

.:II were Though the Israelites 'were not more than two per cent of SAMPSON vatt Saturday. I, been legally free agents once past "Bradford High library falls be sincerely appreciated. :,:.,. <

whom He bad Its greatest metropolis are enrolled CIT'3'By Immigration authorities at the I short of the minimum requiredby "In the elementary department '

I ngaddeendedsand delivered He In Sunday School. I Etta Fay Dyal RISINGBy port of entry. I 009 volumes. All new books we are making a. better showing. ,,'

> No, the war must Mr. The bill which President Roosevelt I added to our library have been The minimum standards call ,}
them Into the powerthe go on. Sooner and Mrs. A. V. Varnes attended \Mrs. II. 11. Leads for '
rally gave I signed] U of I selected from
today one graded book lists
or later there many 40 volumes
teacher. We
nations because must come that j I church at Graham per surpass "
the heathen Sunday. special edicts for aliens which prepared! by the joint committeesof >,
repented him of hisckedness. dreadful awakening to a reliza- Mr. Freeman Varnes of Pa- Mrs. David Paulk and daughter this number thanks to personal -

oman, saying What have I tlon that the nations will not fear i j'I'latka[ visited his father Mr. A. V. Fay spent the 4th with her 1 have been Introduced Into Congress | the American Library Association contributions of Individual r
since the outbreak of the.' I I and the National Council
?,.,.!' Search the Bible, studye or respect our boasted armaments. ,,1 Varnes Sunday afternoon. parents. Mr. and lIrs.Valter ,: European war. Aliens are now'Teachers of English.; of classroom teachers. ',:i I..

of history, but you will Only the nation whose God 1131 I Mrs. Ray GooJge of Maxville Underbill. [ barred from WPA relief "The better schools of this state ''I f
pages or occupying -
ind only one Interpretation of the Lord Is to be feared and only ,, and Mrs Oscar Rye and children Mrs Luther! Harrell of Brooker. federal low-coat "V.11elwe order books from have excellent libraries. Students I 'I

In Its relation to God's peopled so far as our children have the'c' )f Palatka visited relatives here spent Sunday with her parents, projects.( Nearly 100 other housing measures ] these lists we avoid paying for attending such schools have the 'I:! ; I

ar 1 fear of God In their hearts are Wednesday. :.II'. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. unsatisfactory reading matter, always opportunity of a more enriched -i;
toward the foreign- .
.judgment.ngremany we have we Invincible.The Mr. and Mrs. Wlllla Dyal and '; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and born are still pending on the congressional getting the best educational background. f t't.. '

Peace! who war must go on until we daughters, Misses KuU Mae and children, Irene, Heed and Mead I docket. "We inaugurated a fee system "Itradford! County children are :[ f .
ave DO conception of the under-, confess that man is at war with '! Betty visited Mrs. A He Brown recently visited Mr. and Mrs. The severity of some of these i n the high school department entitled to the best. Why not :
nitf principles of war and peace. his fellow man because he Is a | Sunday. Woodrow Thomas of Drooker. bills has brought spokesmen for whereby each student pays 23cIV : I have' It? I,,.
o wonder Jeremiah said "They I sinner. Men are not sinners because Mr. C. R. Graves spent the Mr and Mrs. rholic Connor aliens to Washington with pleas ,

ve healed the hurt of the they fight, but they fight week-end here with his family. and children of Snxton were the that our national legislators be TIIM ('''H'''''' (.0"'MT IV AM) nanutlvn week 3 I
Mr. Graves Foil III!.tl FI>HI> .' 0 I'' \ 'r V. W1TNI2KM my hand and official ;
aughter of my people slightly because they are sinners. There I has been employed in dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. on guard against a repetition of ri.onn> \. IN i'iiKH' Y.tl'fll'ia seal thl. ird day of July, A. D. It' ..

iving.) Peace peace; when thereno Is no remedy for war until man !I Jacksonville quite a while. C. Connor Sunday. such past anti-alien crusades as L. '\. Tit IIKKKMtl' ''IF0ricrAr. !
} (Cummin,
SEAL) A. J. Thoma,
peace." Peace Is very ceases to be a sinner. There is Miss Mary Graves returned to I IIeI' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and the Allen Acts of 1779. the Know I'Ulnttrf.' Clurk of circuit Court, : J. K. I ,t "

Lch to be desired In time of no remedy for sin but Jesus Christ. it home here from Tampa Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Nothing movement of the 1850s -v.- Kelly, I). C 7.5 U TNOTKK i'I

far, but a false peace or a tem- He alone Is the Prince of Peace. she has spent her summer where I daughter Odessa and Henry and the Palmer raids of 1920.- Anna J.nf dunmlnar.n
will heal the hurt Until He Ion. Cone visited U.P. P.K. IN TUM NAMM OP1 THF1 STATE ; :TO DNP'MNIANT ,01, tI
lorary peace Is enthroned In the the bed side of Mr OP IN TIIH CIIK'I'IT ('OI'II T OP TIIH t ,
IgMly. hearts of men there can be no We are glad to report that Mr. Chester Register Sunday at TO: Anna J.URKKTIN08 Cummlnim,: whose ..:1.1'" Jl IIU'HI. flHCI'IT II : }

Many centuries ago a good,king ,i lasting peace. I J r. K. Brown Is Improving after, Sturke. Mr. Register Is very 111. War Relief Check residence known.. or whr.nl>uutii are un I Kl.OlllltV"'' Fun naarosm'oUNTY.IN ('ll.INCKHY.Nannl :;i,f flit "I,

being hurt In a wreck a few days Mr. and Mrs Bishop Thomasof You are hereby required to ap- Lou n..n.an, : ,'.\\I'

ago I LaCrosse moved In our community Mailed To Red CrossA pear herein to the till! of complaint filed Dorsey KvuKau.VII flnlntirr.. I ;I.
Guest MinisterAt nirnlnot you on or .
Bob Jones Tuesday to the place !Moiuluv, the (th clay of .o..t..ndant. I (
check for $148.38 wits forwarded U.) l 194". h.tor.1
Baptist ChurchIn HIGHLAND I formerly owned by Luther Smithof IT IM 1 ntiiTiiKu: IN TIn: NAMK OP Then 8TATH 'Iii" ,
American Red Cross
Jacksonville. We welcome] to till OF KMHtlDA./ (inKKTINOS: : "
By lUll nnlor ho j>uhllshed l In the 'I
Ilt'th'Iml"rly National Headquarters In Washington llritdforil:: County TO: lIuu..y ItnaKiin. whose r.ntlonco ."t'" 1\2'.
them to new ,
the absence of our community. rlrrllr..lloo ( and pout office mddroii I Ie ,,
the of
pastor nf
Comments On Here Strawberry growers through Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and D. C.. last Friday by the I"'r In mild frnrrAl County I of Bradford l pa h-, lit. No. 1, Holly HprlnKn, North>> .
the Starke Baptist Church on this Bradford County Chapter. The oars furh week for four Carolina. ( "
section are busy daughter Agnes of Boatdraln voncHuu-
Hereafter preparing to
Inrf tars week. You are ct-i-hr required appear 1'
next Sunday, July 14th the Rev. ground for the new berry crop. visited his mother Mrs. W. A. money will be used by the Red WITNIOMM niv hand. unit, offlclnlxrrn to the bill ,nf romplulnt filed b"rlnAKdliiHt d. .l'

Jesus said, "My peace I give M. Chandler Stith, pastor of the Weather Is very favorable for Lewis Sunday.Mr Cross for war relief purposes In 1940.oKli'irIAr.. 111 In 8rd day of July, A. U. III. 6th llnf you nf on August nr before A. Monday n. "'0.

aio you, not as the world! glveth Brooklyn Baptist Church, Washington I setting at this time. and Mrs. l'. C. Lewis Europe and represents 85 percent ( PKIAl.) A. J. Thnmni IT 1 IH KI'llTHHIt' O'tOJi1ltfCO that t. I#.
!10. Bradford
I of the total amount3174.57raised this ardor pultll h 'd In the ,
e 1 I unto you. The writer' has D. C., will be the guest I Miss Freddie Wimberly returned visited the bell side of Mrs. C. C. here to date. Local chap- t). C. Cln-ult Court, byl J 7.6 U.4t Kelly 7IV -' i CounTy. lKraph.. a n.we. ,i,
of nral -
'starke Crosby of Sunny Brook Farm ...... apr a publnhd
to her home in >
i appreciation of these", won- preacher. Dr. Stith has been pastor ters are allowed to retain 15 per In suld County of Bradford. '
Tuesday after a visit here with Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Crosby The: (lift'IT ('ot'"" OF TIIH: one. each w..k for four oon..cu- J'f .II ,
words as he hears the of this l.ugeVashlngton relatives.Mr. has been confined.I to her bed cent of funds donated for the KKinru' jt 1111'141. i-iitri'iT ixlt live w....kWITNKPH.. '..I
church for four years, and before purpose of purchasing materialsfor \ \ Fllll HHAIir'HHM. 0NTV.I my hand and official' t'
reports over the radio and and Mrs. Owen for( several months. Her many 1"1.0HIIt'" IMIIA' %. .-:H". seal thla trd day of July A. D. "
that was pastor at the Brent- Marr of friends wish her use in Red Cross sewing pro NWI'II'K Tit IIKKKNIttMT 1940. I ;
da i in the dally papers the re- wood church in Jacksonville and Mims spent the Week-end here a speedy re jects. Janifii H. I'rln'.au l (OKPICIAf, SKA I.) A. J. Thoma*. .

rta. from the battlefields over the Orangeglade church at Miami. with Joe Marr and family. covery. Recent contributors to the war .v.-Plaintiff Clrk D. C. Circuit Court, byi J.7-4 R.41 Kelly 7-" I

';The world -ha *no-p. ace The Wal.pastor, will. be in Highland visitors to Starke RESOLUTION relief fund are: SUtrunk's Store Jessie M 11..'Prlolau..,,"11 nt. -

i offer: Any temporary'lull ,lnLman Rldgecrest N. C., attending the Tuesday' Included Mr. and Mrs. WHEREAS It' has pleased Al- $1, J. H. Courtmanch $1 Darby's IN TUB NAMM or TUB'' STATE NOTICE I
school H. C. Wimberly Miss Patty Wim- $1. J. B. Carlisle $1 Mrs. P. E. OP KI,(>rUI>A. flltRRTINfl! I The registration! books of the r'',
Southern Baptist Sunday God in
mighty His
thatman Infinite WIs- TO: Jaunt M.
strife 1'rlol.au whop
simply means berly, Misses Ethel Ricks and (Canova W. S. of Starke will be for
conference there, as one of the dom to take from our midst our 91 Sibley $1. r nlil.nr. and whereabout. are un City open 11"the
depravity Is taking a little Beth Wimberly. R. S Fernandez $2 Mr and Mrs. known. registration of electors from .
eight Approved Sunday School beloved friend<<1 and brother W. S. j Yuu hrrrhy r..qulr..1 to
out to bring the big are .p-
up guru Miss Edith Griffis C. F. Ward $2. Dr. O. L. Haynes Saturday July 13, 1040. to Saturday
.' Workers In Florida. The confer- to Johns who departed this life pear to the hill of complaint fll d I'r'r'
human hatred.. her home in Newberry Sunday $1 Mrs. G. W. Brown $2 T. J. herein analnut you on or bofor August 10, 1940 Inclusive
ence begins on Sunday, July 14th June 19. A. D. 1940 AND
Momliiy the 6th lay of Au.teat, A.
No man knows how much of I' at the Hall.
and closes on Friday, July 19th after a two weeks' visit here WHEREAS we the Members of Terry fl.Contributions I>. 1(40. City
lllzatlon will be left afterthis with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Griffis may be left at IT IH FlRTIII5lt! OUDKHRD that Carl Johns,
Accompanying Mr. Lightfoot will Camp No. 38 Woodmen of the thin order bit pulilloliKil In tliollrailfnril
ajrration.: This Is thetime the pOKtofflce, at the Florida Registration Officer,
and family. C"untv.I..rl&h. ,
be Mrs. Lightfoot and three other I World will greatly mina the devoted a
or Christians to draw night to Bank or at the Bradford County newspaper. of general circulationimhllxhwd City of Starke.
State approved Sunday School Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly. Sr., Mr. fellowship and energetic i In until. County of llrailfnrfl. -
and Savior 2-28 3t 7-12
Jesus Christ
workers Mrs. J. F. Vagts and and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and service rendered this Camp from Telegraph., our. each week.. for four ",on- \
ho i Is the Prince of Peace. The
Mrs. A. J. Cross of Gainesville I Miss Patty Wimberly were visitors time to time by Sovereign Johns,
mly in
peace the world today lau
and Mrs. I. D. Groves of Tampa. I to Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. AND
peace in the hearts of thoseho I
nnd Mrs. Leonard Norman I WHEREAS the members of this
Him. He
can put Into
tbe human heart a rest and apace Baptist Church I were in Statke Monday. I Organization deeply sympathizewith
the family of Sovereign
that will keep a man steady Mrs H. C. Wimberly and C.
Leads In Members Johns In this hour of sorrow and
|la the midst of a burning world. I 1\[. Griffis attended the funeral
The Bible teaches of Mrs. Julia Taylor at Long ''I
that a manan .
There are more Baptists In'i i NOW THEREFORE: BE IT
be so fixed In God that the Branch Monday.
Starke than there are members RESOLVED' that while we greatly
|earth Itself may be removed from')|lot any other church. Second In I Mrs. D. C. Reid and mother deplore the untimely passing of

under the man's foot without Mrs. Abstance, of Maxville, were
even .
numbers are the Methodists.In I our deceased brother we do moot It;
[scaring him. .
order of membership, the visitors here Monday.M. humbly bow in submission to the

What a wonderful Savior Is five local churches rank as follows Fanning was a business will of the Heavenly Father

I tons! : Baptist,. 300; Methodists, visitor to Starke Saturday. knowing always that he doeth

225; Christian 65; Presbyterian I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly. all things well. AND

The modernists In religion have 63; Episcopal 42. Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly Sr., and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat

(talked a great deal about the divinity made Miss Patty Wimberly left Wed as we miss the lovable personality -
This Information was pub-
of human nature. These nesday for a few days visit with of Sovereign Johns we
lic at a recent meeting
modernists are not saying very Starke Rotary Club. relatives at Madison. shall be inspired, by his love

BUCK now about men being dl- and devotion to this Camp and

'iDe. There la not much sign of ; GUM BRANCH its affiliations, to higher Ideals

divinity when Innocent refugees : VANDERBILTBy By Miss Elizabeth Ifarnage of service to this great organization. -

II'ho are trying to escape have i Miss Velma Norman I AND

"onibs rained out from the sky Miss Marie Edwards of BrookerIs Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and BE IT FURTHER" RESOLVEDthat

upon their defenseless heads. time here with (j children of Rising were visiting we extend to the family of
spending some
The old doctrine of "total de- her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,1 j i Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Sun- our deceased brother our sincere

Wvity fits into world .conditions F. M. Norman. ', day afternoon. sympathy In the loss that they

today. We have an educated Mr. J. M. Rosier and grandson i Mrs. W. H. Graves and daughters have sustained and knowing always -
age. The world Is filled I that He who tempers the
Irene and Nina Mae of Uma-
With' Jimmie Lee, of Woodlawn, were
the shorn lamb will
laboratories wind to guide
I col- visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman | tilla< are spending some time I
get. scientific and direct them If they put their
minds and Ph.
of Vanderbilt here with her brother and mother,
Da and family
who are 1 I trust In Him, AND
producing chemicals J. A. and Mrs. W. F. Harnage.
destroy Saturday. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat

understand why civilization.Jesus said We"Ex-can : A large number of folks from I j Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williamsof i a copy of this resolution be

CtPt a man be born this section attended the rodeo Jacksonville spent the Fourth furnished the family of our de- .
mot again he can- Lake July 4. j)I with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. be gOVERRSTNVgwE .
lee the kingdom of God." at Kingsley ceased Sovereign that a copy

Man Is Mr. G. C. Norman of Malone, Srr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and furnished the Bradford County

III 'Inner naturally by birth and a sinner. He who Is attending summer school j| children and Mrs. }i. M. McRae Telegraph and that a copy be 5TINflEM9

Any aln that by choice. at Gainesville .s p en t several I of Pine Level were visiting friends spread upon the minutes of this

every any sinner sinner ever committed nights of. last week with his and relatives here Sunday night. I, Sovereign Camp.
IIIlt under com- parents, Mr and Mrs. F. M. Nor- : Mrs. J. E' Anderson and Nancy A. J. Thomas,
Writer has Provocation. The man of Vanderbilt <1 1Mj Keene have returned to their E W.. Hayes,

(,? Bleep wondered how Hitler I home In Huston Texas after C. A. Knight, Committee.
at night.' It seems he *. Nelson Green of Starke
both the week with relatives -
be spending past
haunted in his was In this section on buslnes.1
I th sleep by Mill
e here. \\\N'TI'U-\\O: pay 3c rpuun.1
groans and cries I last Wednesday. j I
of the ,

as Wounded and t what|ambition< Is I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman 'I Miss Ella Mae the Sapp Fourth returnedto after meeting for our iMilIed approval.cotton No rag button '
example her home
can of this section were visiting relatlves 19
fa ol'l Bradford
for 1 or pant
week In Jack-
a past
man. The fingers of In Jacksonville Sunday. spending .
ambition County
sonville with relatives.
Hitler's ears shutting and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe -
of MiamiIs
out the Mrs. R. C. Graves
kteame of groans and cries and and son, Samuel of Vanderbiltwere I spending sometime with her H OE
multiplied thousands.o.ofr8 Mrs. Miller
The of visiting Mr. and brother and mother, J. A. and HE REV TO
Ambition hold his I
River Sunday.Mr.
'It't Johns of New Mrs. W. F. Harnage. Her mother THEIR HEALTH
f HCannot smell the stench
the and Mrs Frank is Ul.
decomposed very
dead on the body of the and family of this section were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and
battlefields. The Milk I..* a rich source of vitamins -
wad of ambition the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tate I children Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- of
to 1a over his face A and O-* good source
keep him from Crosby of Rising Sunday. man and daughter, and Mr. and vitamin B and D. te !
lien' l'tI1les. men, blind men.legless and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Normanof Mrs. Eldon Sapp spent th. Fourthat We nd! these vitamins for Y ITTRYIT j A

led men women and chll1. Vanderbilt spent the 4th of Hampton Lake. strength. growth and vitality. Bt/r/r G>
July with relatives In Worthington Mrs. B. M. McRae and son They are ewenl l-front Infancyto

Tea, the Bible SpringS Benny and Miss Vesta McRae old ageMilk In the must
a Is right. Man is
'h1a ahJler and he ta such a Mr. Harry Edwards and spent Wednesday In this section perfect health builder. OUR rich

limner hope- Helen of Gainesvillewere with relatives. milk I is unexcelled In quality and
teat Cod that only an omnlpo- daughter. section Miss Hazel Sapp has returned trial will coovlc j
Is able visiting relatives of this parity. A you. Chevrolet Co.
to save him. Monday. home after spending some time Torode .. !

AIf 'leeal and son 'with relatives In Jacksonville.Mr. PETERSON'S J.
bUnlii promissory Mr. F. M. Norman and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and .
ret.la' "tie note Russell Norman. of Vanderbiltwere SUPREME MILK A CREAM .I.t
curled children of the State Farm were STARKE FLORIDA ;
teIr Y the Bradford County business visitor to Gainesville visiting here Sunday afternoon. Phase 174 For Delivery ,

Monday. f.IDtV'

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ii .' S : -- National: Guards Legend Of The
prnc EIGHT Veterans', Camp (
l camouflage Board Sponsors Next, MonthThe Dogwood TreeAt
r your 'dark suit was a Gets Another Stay ,

I ; Bradford County Telegraph against the 'night. We sl.w'them: take you Hampton Paving Goldhead local National Guard Company the time of the
The at the cr11.14
pretty! sight either.. "I' s'-; ol The Veterans Camp dogwood attained
1877Mblkihed away. It wasn't a Luther Watterson, Mayor State Park near Keystone will take its training this the oak and the lilt
KatabUfthed 1 12,470 pedestrianslike T. C. Chastaln County Branch a thirty- Beauregard, located other tree, II
Jones Hampton; received at Camp forest So
-- has
year, Heights year strong
. from Hampton to and
Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Sec- yourself were killed by automobiles. Commissioner-elect other citizens I day extension and will continue It partly in Louisiana and the wood it WM choaen
several 31,
I'otit Office at Starke, FU. circum- ; and function at least until July It was learned for the II
at the similar In Texas, crOse.
Matter under delegation ber
.- Cla Many were killed from there formed a this I week. The partly
.. n-. -- others thought they didn't need a I appearing before the County Commissioners was officially known as Civilian this week. The training period be thus Used tor
stances, cruel
ME.M.BER.RIDPRESS at intersections. There at the Board's meeting Camp Conservation Corps Company will be from August 4 to August I the tree purpose greatly die
light to cross 1. and Jesus
green Monday July to be ,
here slated nailed
$ ASSOCATJON who had too much confidencethat the Board to 2444, was previously 24 Inclusive. lit, sensed this and. In >..
were some The group asked 30. Detachment, sec- -1 Will
while closed June Headquarters pity for all
y driver would stop to the Town of Is due sorrow Bald
the oncoming contribute a sum The Camp's extension ond Battalion 124th. Infantry Because of t
, 3.uoa down from a streetcar. There. Hampton to help with the sponsorship largely to efforts made by Congressman Florida National Guard, fr your regret II1d
Owner they stepped (Rifle), my Suffering I
; Editor Hampton-WPA Green, make
_____ Mr.
: So L l\latd1ew. fatalities among children fee on R. A. Green. is the official title of the local promise-nover fOIl
---- 810 pitiful streets from Secre- aplll
were grade with 'hail
1 --------- project to conversations will take the
'- In two which !
placeto organization dOgwood tree
street was a good various Hampton Ickes, grow lal'
who thought the Road 13 to the Interior Harold I
of t
Smator Declares That Mexico the whole story and school house, to relay tary be retained Intensive combat training a to be used for a cro.
; that isn't churches the Camp
But that 20
4 play. urged Beauregard at full strength, forth It hall be
Nazi Agents re-build some allowedto slender(
and II1d
p4 Is Over-Run By Almost 300,000 pedestrians were painfully other at its present location men and two officers. The camp be bent and twined
Developments in the Far East and on shock. Many o l and.make repairs to several I finish Its present program of this year will last 20 days, nearlya shall be in the form and llebl
weakened by at
with injured and I roads. which will takepark ,
border are being watched development week longer than in previous two long and
Mexican two
.Ute but there CCC United States them recovered in a week or two, The Commissioners agreed to a period of two years. The Last year the company in the center of
the years. each
attention ,by I
out outer
increased Department
k were plenty who lost an arm, or inheriteda donate $300 to the project thLs I Camps are under the also trained at Camp Foster, near of J each petal there Wil1 be

.Government. careful now, but it is too the 1940-41 budget and of Interior.' Mr. Green Jacksonville 'and wall, at the prints, and in the
f cute
States of limp.- They are amount, together with $200 and but to Ickea the important Company. of
The danger to the United In time, a Headquarters I flower brown will I'UII
late. sofia usable materials from Hampton part the camp could play redesignated Headquarters stained with
It blood
4 brought was
subversive influences in was will amount to a sponsorship development of Camp I WIU
and month.
advice to pedestrians aiding Detachment Mast crown of thorns 'i
.j3 forth on the floor of the Senate last week Precautionary importance is apt fee of around $100, It was said. I Blandlng as a National Guard, or see It will remember so that It III

Josh Lee of Oklahoma, who declared to drivers is so simple, its The project Is estimated to total perhaps an Army, camp. the dogwood tree Wae
Vy' Senator American Red that It was Tobacco Barns i that I
with Nazicents. to be underestimated. The about $3,000: Mr. Green stated crucified and this
"Mexico is over-run rules to aid walkers the Board has donated entirely possible that the camp BrookerSeveral llull
Cross has set down these la the past' Burn At be mutilated or lketroYId
the United the expiration
declared after
Ho sums for projects to will be ,continued cherished and
each other: protected
by agents of and drivers to help and Starke and could of the present extension, barns In the III
needs more, not less, activity is in tey, Brooker tobacco "alndei' of my agony &lid
to detect espionage within this To Drivers: Be sure your car perfect not very well Ignore a request and expressed hope that it wouldbe Brooker section have been lost upon the cross.Registraljoj. -Exchslllt,
the FBI
mechanical order. You may need your from Hampton for similar assistance so. by fire In the past week. Monday -

country and in neighboring countries.Lee when ,you least expect It waa said. afternoon a large curing

reviewed a series of recent inci- emergency equipment pedestrian SCHOOL BOARD barn belonging to Mann Haze Books 0

in which revolt had been instigated it. Remember the average AUGUST SCHOOL AWARDS BUS ROUTES burned to the ground during a S The City of Starke:
abroad invisible
tents does not realize how comparatively UNPOPULAR HERE heavy rain: The loss could not Won books will be opened I
from within as a result of spies, side Continued from Page One) >' Mr. Hazen, but '
he is at night. To be on the safe your ( be estimated by row morning City Clerk
out ,the possibility that the fact. Use Continued from page one) the barn contained his choice to- I Johns' office la thi
.nd pointed driving must compensate for this ( ,and to try to get a W. P. A. project e mUll

same situation might develop in Mexico. after nightfall especially on change from one habit to another sponsored by their Board for bacco. I building. All person not
and 10,000 extreme care used to at the local Saturday Ralph Hazen lost by iously registered should
that between 6,000 : they haven't been other major repairs
declared Double
He streets. your between
residential containing approximately tomorrow
themcents unlighted school. Plans for a Home Eccnomlcs fire a barn and A
of It.
Cjmmunista are in Mexico many caution in bad weather. Keep your wind- Christine Johnson and Elaine course at the High School $200 worth of tobaccc. 10 to be eligible to vote
; and warned that ourmost and Friday night of last week, T. city election September I
and agitators and headlights at top ef : of 'Hoover Brothers' this year will be continued. ,
shield clean your lost barn by which time three
a ; councilmll
the Latin- Gilmore, a negro !
vulnerable position is from driving definite 'At with the
Studio bad opinions. a Joint meeting;
close check on your
ficiency. Keep a fire. The two latter farmers are a new Mayor will be eI
south particu- ,"NO! It'. too hot Commissioners Tuesday
countries to the Christine's: County
American the actions of pedestrians. residents of Brooker also. About the only reglstratlo
; anticipate an .-''- pected are those of new
Zany Mexico. :.To Pedestrians: Bear in mind it is virtually "It's, too, HOT! funds from the school's share of Starke and those recently

At the same time the Administration impossible for the driver to see yoi I Clyde- -Nell- Thomas works In N. the: Race Track Funds to the< Pecan Auctions Ing the age of 21 yelft

is carefully ecrutinizing the memorandum at night. If you don't carry a light, wear' D. Wainwright's office; she reas- County Bond Truste refused s,to the give School the Again This Year present 706 persons are reg:

the Hitler Government to the thai oned it thusly: "I don't see any Board again to vote in city electlo,
nblished by' something light- or carry something difference In the weather In Au- Trustees any part of the funds. Bradford growers will have an-

effect that The Netherlands and Belgium will be discernible in the light from approaching -gust or September. Sometimes Melvin Futch, formerly appointed other opportunity this year to Co-Ed Night At Cou

eed have no fear as to what will happen cars. On rural roads, walk fac- September ,Is hotter." I a teacher at Brooker tell their coming pecan crop in

to their colonial possessions after the "protection' Whenever possible cross Edith Rowe, graduate of two I school, was re-appointed as a pen auction sales conducted by The Methodist Cosponsors .
informed ing' the traffic. rears ago Isn't worried. Like member of the B. H. S. teaching the Bradford County Farmers' of the new tennll
Berlin de-
period is over. controlled with signal I staff. He will fin the here J.
at intersections moat of the post-graduates: vacancyleft Market on Its platform lights for night playing, will
Brussels and Hague Governments that lanes If I'm not on the faculty by the resignation of the market -
the vices. Take advantage of pedestrian It doesn't matter to me, L. Gentry manager "Co-Ed night" every Friday

the invasion of the countries to "forestall have been provided to help you. Learnto going." of Mrs. Jack Williams Mon-. said this week. on the courts when memb>

by the Allies that Frances Hatfield of Alexand- day of last week. Harmon Mor- "Reports Indicate that we will the: class will play and chi
attack against cars.
an. the speed of approaching was appointed to the Brooker
judge er's. defends students' complaint gan have a bumper crop this year ill comers to tennis combat!

through ,their territories" does not mean Keep your mind on safe walking. Absent- ot heat: "No I don't think they school, and both appointments yielding two, 'possibly three., public especially and tennll

that Holland and Begium will lose their mindedness is one of the chief excuses of ought to start In August; I think followed recommendations by the I lines as many pecans as last ers particularly, are Invll

colonial possessions. it's too hot." respective school Trustees. year," Mr. Gentry said. The estimated come to the tennis courts 0

in the pedestrian victim. ..t."..._._.. n.- "y'L,. Hough, who work. The Clay Electric Association I' crop last year was 100,000pound.e. day nights and take (part
The given Holland re- O notified the Board that the wirIng
assurances for the Bradford County Abstract .The: manager stated that games.

pnI' to her Malayan possessions are believed Married Men May Land in "Dog House," Co., held that: 'If' I had to' go : "'of the 'Vanderbilt schoolhouse George Inman, representative to

by Washington officials to be nothing Bat Not In "Bug House" ? i (to school? 'I wouldn't'; want to failed to pass inspectionand he State Legislature from this To Make BudgetThe
several changes and corrections -
more than soft-soap to American public opinion Married men might think they have t'tal't'In August! must be made. Austin county his: would auctioneer 'again Board of County Cc
O. 'J. Phillips. City Clerk ot: year.
to soften the shock the United States more troubles than .their single brethren,I Lawtey agreed, with Mr. Drig- Winkler was contacted and requested sioners will mak up Ito t

was bound to feel at news of the invasion but statistics show that in spite of this belief gers: ." When they start one to dp the necessary work. Mr. Theia Dies June 2% I:rary but: Sometime i this
I 'rIso'f .c;alnt.vlU! .
Clerk A.: J, Thomas stated
and chool they should, start all ot
of the low countries. is the unmarried men women I 1'hefll.I
it holder of $9,000 ln defaultedschool The ball
day temporary
them.: I Saturday, June id, R. J'!.
various mental 4'
O who are most likely to develop oVtWMagnolia bonds, was before the I who for three had resided ,expected trt be completed bj
Arthur Williams, years
OMtvary.; of a Pedestrian; -".:..-..,.,' .... disorders. 'i I .<... I Hotel thought owner that noard In regard to the matte. here with his soa-ln-law and IS, and will be published
'A Good!Fellow Before He Died -- "Two people might not be able to 1tv3< August; was just, too doggonedwarm The Board Interest although is kept the principal up by the ill, I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. G.i July 19 Issue of the TAt

The following hits-the-bull's-eye article, as cheaply as one but the records for many : "I don't think so. it's a in default, and It was agreed to i Duncan lengthy, died illness.at their Mr.home Theta aftera was Fort McPherson

prepared! by the American Red.Cross, might years show that they apparently live more mighty those children hot .month go back to to have school.all" take up one of the $1,000 bonde 77 years of age.KeyMcKay .

to 'man, woman, or child who report maintains.The which will leave Mason holding of Jacksonville, E L. Matthews, editor sal
pply any sanely than one, Mrs. D. A. Montieth has two only $8,000. of the Telegraph lef'!

S sjeea and reads this column. Read it, and 'state of being married thus appears -children who will' be In school; It was decided, to advertise forbids had charge of funeral arrangements day Usher for Fort McPherson, n14
she spoke with gusto against thechool' and Mr. Theis was buried
: think to ward off a mental for I Ga. where he ha be
: to be a good way supplying county owned anta,
plan for an early beginning I at Tennllle' Geor8lX; Monday, 30-day'
Now that you're dead, Jones you're breakdown. Specialists attribute this : "I am NOT In favor of buses with gasoline and oil, and July 1.Mr. cepted for a special to 300 band
the offered
before mental hygiene of school starting in August. It's Board agreed to pay the fee Theis had been ill continually ing period
famous. Before yesterday you fact partly to the good for bus-d ri vers' physical examina- professional men
TOO HOT and that school's
crossed' the street in the middle of the having someone with whom to talk over built for 1,000 children -not it's. tions. The tee ts,,' '$2 for each November since having; death an operationlast resulted fourth Corps Area.
driver. 16
block without looking you were just any troubles and partly to the fact that family mea t to hold nearer 800It's; It from several physical complica- Dies
body. But now you are the typical pedestrian life is more normal, for the average human Dad: enough In the -winter-crowd- rent at $10 decided'per month continue the bus to lions. C. A. Register

fatality-of 1940, a statistical big shot being than life in a rooming house. Addedto ing Lucille them in Mitchell there like sympathized'cows barn near the depot from George Chester Arthur Regtst

ia the'coroner's cross index. The press only this of course, Is the satisfaction that with the kids: -Well, m tell youI 8. Flynn. The Board Went on New Club To MeetA died at his home here Ulnral ]I IJuly

rave you a routine, three paragraph obitu- comes to a man or woman from the knowledge wouldn't like to go to school pays record$ O that for a unless woodshed A. H.removed Hall meeting of the charter mem-I services 8, after were a long held i al t

;;;:but that, Jonel.was because ,your Untimely that _someone____ cues for him, or her. L n August" ; September is hot from site of the New River bership of the newly Cemetery Tuesday aften
moral would school or replace the chapter of Loyal SODS and Daugters The deceased IIby
of of the specialists woodshed
the a
end The report
was more Mrs. H. H. Town Librarian Ck
Young, our In of America will be held durIng and several
question the wif
matter will be his 'e,
than one of spectacular news value.. seem to indicate that in order to lead a was indignant about the taken up with the State' Attorney the Week of July 22, accordIng -

Your death was unique in this way: sane, normal life It is advisable for young Whole thing: "N0{ definitely noon to H. H. Tubbs of Jwksovllle Night Tennis
i- account of the heat. And tiJs state vice-president. "Pur-
The factors that caused it were grim, comBosita men and young women to marry just ai the lower grades where children COMMISSIONERS pow of the meeting Is to perfectthe tennis Is steadilY
minds FIND Night
reasons of why 1,470 pedestrians died soon as they are sure of their own fan off. and they're certainly not local chapter elect officers popularity here resultli

trader- the wheels of motor vehicles last and are financially able. kept off to pick berries. Then I RESIDENTS SATISFIED and discuss the general program the recently Installed tIthe

too, teachers can't get In the re-- ot the organization," It WaS municipal tennii
They are the seemingly: insignificant -0 I (Continued from Page One) rn
year; quired summer schooling. Par- stated. A dozen or more local are turned

factors carelessness, the element of age, Europe Is More Interesting High Now, ents will enter their children then tlon in road funds would serloualy,. citizens are listed as charter men The hand lights as the vending I

Minding headlights that warned too late. But Japan Bears WatchingBut keep them out all of August anyway curtail maintenance work neat bers. (operated by coins) have
and expenses will go Up just year and he I install
died Jones. while the American public at large requested the been received and
40 when ,
You were over you the same It's the Starke school;; missioners to urge the

Tet,', you were by no means decrepit. You watches Europe, and is partiallY' blinded by if the country schools don't like Board to continue to allow the Building Painted t tUnited

were just a bit less alert and agile than youwere the carnage in the Old World scene our It. let them go back to the old Trustees a share In the Race Work Was completed week before Notice In. hereby or Amt-rlrt li..n V Vat

When, left the diplomatic and political experts are watch- ones lUke the Idea of a Track Fund distribution_ At a last on the painting of the public StatA auction IH' >"b
a few years ago. you spring vacation, though." Joint meeting* of the School Board Methodist Sunday School build- de..crlbed property, MJ '

fftce about six o'clock, you had on your ing the Far East and Latin America. Betty Green will be a senior and Commissioners later In the Ing. Dewey Williams and a crew sow heifer, 1 yea.rhnl'nhoat. t |I eow l.hor"

dad the usual worries of any family breadwinner Japan has not yet, as recently feared, next year; she, says: "rm loneSOme : day the School Board reaffirmed four did the work it wall plow, 1 double ,toek.I Acm I ''I"1hori.e W;

Yes were pre-occupied. Butwasn't moved to seize or "protect" the Dutch East for school;' I'd sorta like its position In not being able to painted a light grey. at a cost National I L preHHure disc. coK'r>

you of U. S. rubber for It to start but It's too (youguess appropriate any portion of It. of VnMr". Frank Robinson 20-rod, rolls. wlr M'1"' ? 1f
[ it downright careless of you to step Indies-important source )." Race Track, money for anything and Struth were Chair- ...la isle If'.at M farm, July 31')1"of ,

eat. between those parked cars when you and tin. But Japanese relations are still Her aunt, Mrs. Lex Green said: other than the regular expeng. men of ,Committee In charge owning, LaWIPY'ropert7 be ,old Florid.,'

wanted' to cross the street? in what the diplomats describe as a deplorable "I feel sorry for'the children who The Commissioners requested ot futh"- monet In order auction by will pnr. ,>r. ''..,
the al.dTfnand :
condition. have to go to school In this School Board not to budget that the job might be done. The clrcum..tan..eH of tn-l"'t :
anxious to get home, $2.000 of the bl "'a'ca..h.
But were the school's
you weather." share of the building was trimmed In whiteand The !'nlled '
that why you Forward-thinking publicists are urgingthat Race Track Funds until the the ri :.
was the renervM
:weren't you? Maybe Mrs. Lois Long echoes the general Commission roof was painted green. America !< I"
Prior .
United States take the lead in further Investigated at the aU. .. $
approached the the alSiJ ,.
when h ,
don't .
were-! a little negligent you dread: "I really approve DUltter. .took may

tbe, curb and ,didn't take into account the negotiations on a frank and realistic basis, of it; it's too hot." The County Commillllionera will "erryman's PaintingThe 7-12 farm 2t of 7.Mr" Rachel

You which might produce a U. S.-Nippones Likable Mra. G- ECutshai meet -
poor visibility that unlighted street. again Tuesday of next week home of Judge.and.Mrs. E. 'rrl"I 'T1
.5 time agreement fair to both sides and assuring said: "It doesn't make any difference to adopt a temporary K. 1VOT5C 0. ...t.t'I
thought, perhaps you could save some to budget for Perryman being painted this FOR T" I
Butthere's in the Pacific. me. the 19-40-41 fiscal year, and at week. The house located on (! ....,. "\II.,. f '
by crossing in- the, middle of the block. peace Miss Olive Ray. lovable retired the August first NOTICE 14 H. b'That
Monday Madison 1)"mor.'I
much 'of I meeting Avenue l8K' being painted J. l',
of Europe's war on V.rna
not much'sense in telling you that The effect teacher well-known to all Brad will again request all Owners or whIte green bllnd8Th, Tax Certificate J;OJA"Vlday ,
has been near disastrous ford, who her agents to 0 f July I
'were wrong-it's too late now. Like Latin America during many yeanwas enter justified complaints porches and porch floors are al- 4th In mY ortle'"
you is major source of the first-grade teacher of as to county Usessed ao being filed eame application tot 81a''"
of others walking South America a painted and the work nadS ,
teas of thousands your every native of the county remembered valuation of personal andlor real, being done to be liiued t"onf'lio.!
invited' catastrophe. Your Europe's peacetime commodities, and asHitler's i children' falntlni Property by Dewey Williams tlcat. embrace (0-
babita in traffic g Uslsted by TiUmsn Hutto Clyde ecrlb.wl property '"FII! ld"Bradford.
habits were formed when automobiles were legions have swept on and on, the spells of September: "I know I'd Rowe and I... B. Philllp41. 81ale C 0 0 f f SI I,"
bate to teach In August Input L.ota A. B. 1'0
important III.rk'
lost tremendously Whitewashing S'Town.hlp
Latin have Trees to
didn't change toeet people Addition '
fewer' and slower and'you years, sometimes as many a. S Soulh nan. ..'

-. present day conditions. markets. U. S. economists are now five a week have fainted In school A .B. Williams, genIal proprie few Mule Lot Th.' under a...ii the m.nt"al'/:"rtifkir Bo"

Remember the split-second warning of wondering how to help compensate for this from being too crowded* ; that tor of the Magnolia Hotel this Palmer Williams and Perry :iu.d( was in the n "' ?

it too late then, loss, without creating a new surplus prob was In September too.' week scraped and whitewashed John5 owe,. .ald ..ortltlcatw
? But was have Unleel ,
the headlights Mn. p. M. Barefoot stilt has the pecan trees In the hotel recently opened a redeemed' accordln : I'
wasn't it?, Remember how you were moat lem.at home. The problem is to keep Latin hope: "I do NOT. I don't believe to a height of nine gardens mule lot across Road 13 from the rop.rty d".rlb"d" tthbldd.r'
or ten : h1t'curt '
free possible of Nazi influence it will firlll of feet. Farmers' Market- The new partnership .old to the M
ntarily blinded, sickeningly confused? America as as begin August Also the flower garden 11 I hou. door on/AUI"
And her post-graduate daughter being trimm goes Under the name of In the month oda1 otwllieh
established fact that Hit cleaned lay ,
for it is and
scenic Sth.
not until it was an Williams the
1Yj driver couldn't see you, think and John. and buys U
Juanita added: "I If. the paths have been Jol
cleared f
UAO late. We were in the crowd and heard ler's agents are working their heads off most awful thing they've ever their WInding way through thread the, Sells horses, exchanges, and trade In S 40.DaCpd this *:'\ *rA.rFICIAL

officer South of the Rio Grande. done/* colorful mule, cattle. A ( sEAiour'J
tn pathetically tell the police that panorama and several stalls have been SDOS. CI.rk COllotJ'of. Florida11n