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: June 30, 1939
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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System ID: UF00027795:02704
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Thing In Readiness For Bradford

z+Ita'z County's' .; Bissest 4th Of Julv CelebrationBRADFORD


/Justness Men Have Spared No Expense

FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAM Nor Trouble To Assure Farmers


state officials here are who three are prominent ---'[ KIDNAP CHARGE 11:00: to 11:30: -Greasy pole and greased pig thing Last-minute is in readiness preparations for the biggest have been"party"made ever and staged every-in

expected -
kr the history of Bradford County. Farmers
to attend the mammoth cele-1 ... and their families
bration at the Farmers' Market I 11:30: to 12:30-Bicycle: races (boys and girls). will definitely "have their inning" here on the Fourth of

here '* July when the business of the
next Tuesday. At upper lefts men community will spare no
i Commissioner of Agriculture Being Held In Georgia 12:30: to 1:00: -Sack races and three-legged races. expense, time or trouble to entertain them in a way that will

-,," Iathar\Mayowho first conceived Under $2,500 make the..day one to I be remembered for many
.. many
the idea' of a. chain' of state mar-II Bond Each ?:. 1:00 to 2:00: -Surprise.. ,, "; : ::'X'.l -:, The most interesting.ptfrt- of, course, is that everything years fa g

kets' for."Florida. .At uppe ;,rlght: .' -.T.'- '. -;:,. ',, ':.':::'"'**,:;:..."'* .*' ... .. ,, '". fr ''-"?J n.the -'lM' ici ua barbecue and-coIc1! dripk:, :!\:lvbichwill: ;'

Commissioner M. Rhodes of the I On Friday June 36. Lamar Edwards 2:00: to 3:30-BARBECUE'"anil"whit: :goes withlt. be served at 2 o'clock. -

State Marketing Bureau. Lower and Edward Bagwell two "Plenty for all' has been the

left: William L. Wilson Directorof Bradford County youths, left 3:30 to 4:30-Speeches by visiting State officials CORN motto of the business men',footing
State Farmers' I
All Starke for Jacksonville

three of these personages are key up truck belonging to in Lamar's a pick 4:30: to 6:30: -Intermission (inspection of market, etc). ON THE COBA and the bill for this gigantic event
men In Florida's agricultural brother, Floyd. This was 3.000 pounds of beef are now

world and are expected to bring casion for comment however no oc- 6:30 to 7:00: -Old time Fiddling Contest. drama In three acts. starring In cold storage awaiting {the big

some vital messages when they since Lamar had recently been Edward Williams, young son of event. The barbecue will be prepared
address Bradford Coumluna hereon | hauling Mr and Mrs E. L Williams. by O. M. Strickland of
I produce for Floyd, and to 7:00: to 8:30-Dancing: with Orange Grove
String Band
the Fourth of July This entire 'any observers, their take-off Gainesville- gentleman! who excels -
community owes a big debt teemed like :' at the art-and he promise
or of a
to them for the part they have routine trip.Somewhere. 8:30 to 9:30: -Magnificent display of fireworks there will be no long period of

played In bringing a thriving I 'z'P waiting when he .starts to feed the

State Farmers' Market to Biad- | Jacksonville, between however Starke and 9:30 to 11:00: -Round and square dancing. hungry mob. In fact, he claimsto
(or possibly -
ford County. have served 2,600 people at
[ before he ever left) Lamar's ''te the opening of Gold Head Itranch
'I plans underwent a drastic change. Slate Park In 28
I minutes! Jle has

[n Fewer Words 'I gave way Once to his in Jacksonville the name Bur as well Floyd he Motor made Edwards Co.his, FIVE SCHOOLSIN DEATH COMES says.things Various down to a real system he

and made committees of businessmen
arrangements to trade
I truck In COUNTY SUNDAY were working at a fever heat
Ithe I I on a Plymouth sedan.
ILIGIIBOKINO IIOUSES UNDER CONSTRUCTION j This deal completed, the two this week-! -supervising construction -

An unusual sight-two new houses under construction I men headed for young r of barbecue pita, tables Heat
theme Georgia, where
I OPEN MONDAY TO OLD on the market platform, and other
) block- -was witnessed this week aa work began on a new homer I chain of circumstances was to conveniences thu tare

Mr and Mrs. J. P. Warren, on N. Church St. It is on a lot ad-I land them In the Richmond County t for an event of this. magnitude.necessary

\ntng\ the one on which a house for T, Frank Landrum is under con- jail, under $2.500 bond each, on a They are determined that

iructlon. Both places are being built. by C. G. Campbell of Lake! armed Federal charge. of kidnaping and li. 11. S. Date Still L. C. Prescott Had Keen I I .shall go off smoothly everything and-
'ty, the time the youths had Subject ForDispute Living 'With Son In (that there will be no hitches: to(
I mar the day,
reached Augusta, they must have Gainesville
\R.XTS: REMINDED OF SCHOOL AGE REQUIREMENTS:: found their funds exhausted, and ,"'.r,'' 1' One of the most highly anticipated I.

Sup!.. A. J. Griffls Is reminding parents this week of the state they are alleged to have picked Five Bradford County schools L. C. Prescott-, former residentof events of the day la the

iliation that children must be six yearn of age by September 1 up two men, who were standing will open their doors Monday to Starke, died Friday night in I I --- elaborate program of fireworks,

order to enter school. This ruling will not be affected in the event on the street waiting for a bus, officially begin the 1939-40 term. Gainesville where he made his Act 1 -Corn, you sure look scheduled for 8:30: o'clock at

pe Starke school begins in August he said. offering them a ride into town. home with a Ron, and when the mighty good to me. School book night. An amazing display, the
They are: Hampton like of which has
Rising, Vanderbilt never been seen
According to a story in the Au- new was telephoned here Saturday soy that ambrosia was fond! for

INOTHKK: KINGSLEY LOT CHANGES HANDS gusta Herald, the men state that Heilbronn, and Lawtey. morning many were the expression the Gods, but I'm here to tell the Include here before, i is promised. It will
such Oriental
spectacle ;
Mr, once in the car, Smith and Bag- Three others are definitely set of respect for I his good old would that Bradford County Coin as -
and Mrs.
W HJjJIart" are'the latek-St: rkeites to fall for the well brandished a: pistol and told to begin the first Monday in August citizen. Is good enough for met! rocket, sky demons, weeping
arrn'\J f JCingsley Lake willow sheila, "swarming been",
have r
They :: wdterfront'lot'art
purchased : '
'a them to point out the '
way to Columbia. (or the last Monday 1 In July.T l Mr. Prescott was born May 27
distance north of Cady's. 'The ) r rI floral fountains "realm of pen-!
property formerly belonged to I S C. 1850 rase
I' Powell. "'* Tne victims state They are Brookcr, New River, and Portage. Ohio, of pioneer I doe" machine gun rockets, and
the BradCaiollna parents. Soon
litter ,
J ford-- -- vouth"__n__ th.no...". ,_h'nVA"_. .I..,...u.. a."u......". Graham. n.uctnuns....___ ..._ L L. the War_ _. I many others
--- 'I\aLPs. Willi
'FOGY: BUMPS A NEW AUTOMOBILE and. after going about Starke school will also begin In an orphan /and was raised by InIt his Another high spot of the day
two miles robbed them of August unless School ,Boaid! members will be the appparnnce of the
A totalof
orand a
new Chevrolet, driven grand-parents :'in Mich
by Jimmy reek,
was badly dam
yield to pleas and Orange Grove String Band, famed
ped $765 and forced them to leave petitionsof igan.
Following his
Wednesday afternoon when it was bumped by "Peggy" on the the car irate mothers Several month marriage helived. Florida radio entertainers. who

iJe-track crossing near Brownlee Bros warehouse.' Mr. Peek stated The slip-up came when Edwardsand ago the Board voted to start B. from In that Grand Rapldx In' Mich. and! will play for n period of dancing
fat place, ]lIOn, he and
the signal bell was not ringing and he did not notice the train Bagwell are said to have tried II. S., early HO children from rural the late Mrs Julia Prescott and! at 7 o'clock, and also at 930.:

ntil he was on the track. He then attempted to back off and stall-!! to beat a gasoline bill at Sylvania homes (who now attend here because three children moved to Btiirke Athletic events, greasy poles.

1 the motor The car was damaged to the extent of around $200. Ga. Apprehended by the sheriff of frequent consolidations) where they lived for 27 I| speeches, and a fiddlers' contest

of Richmond County, their car would be free to pick strawberriesIn During this time, Mr Prescott years will add to the general merry-

rlGHTMNG STRIKES: SCHOOL BUILDING wiLt searched and an automobile April. Board members claim and family were faithful members making.'rhey're.

| Lightning struck the Bradford County High School building on driver's license belonging to one this action necessary because state of the Methodist Church and he t
flmrsday of last week of the Augusta men was found in disburses funds on per day attendance was noted for his deep spiritual
during an electrical storm. In of
dressed desires of spite un the back of the car. This, otcours of pupils, and wholesale convictions. Because of Mrs.Prescott' StillCommenting
countless little school boys, the structure was not I >, absences during berry season last
tally / Immediately linked them illness they moved to
demolished. Damage 'ttr the roof on the northeast corner of with what was technically a year threatened to cut a sizeable Gainesville
In August 1036,
e old so
wing amounted to $100.poming. chunk of funds
nap-robbery The Federal kld-j out for 1939-40
I they could be near relatives. Mrs.
of Investigation entered the Negro schools will not open until Prescott died there October 29,

since crossing the state line had I July 31 this year because of a 1037. a- They're still reacting (some

Events'LY made it a Federal offence. large number of teachers attend- violently, and some pleasantly) to(
At a preliminary hearing last ing summer school Funeral services were held i he change In the Telegraph's
Monday afternoon at four o'clockat
Friday afternoon before a U. S. ':rout page, Here area fw comment
the C'jWltt C. Jones
i Commissioner, both young men naplng They me still In the Galneiv lie, with the Rev.Chapel In Act 2 Let'. see now. I want reaching our ear this. week
All widows with children In school make applications for entered pleas of guilty to the Richmond County jail, so far unable W_ Blavkburn conducting the Henry to do (this thing according to George C, John of Lake Butler

assistance at office of County Superintendent A. J. Griffis. charge of armed robbery and kid- to post the $2. 00 bond each. serv Hoyle. WuHn't' It Emily: Post who iiald: "Changing the front pas of
'LV _n__ ice. "Faith of Our Fathers' win __u uu .L_ .... ____ .. .... .
I Schools eat, you KlluillM use OnlY, any IIUIIM me iriejfrajm in line rviiiiivuiK all
open at Hampton, Rising, Vanderbilt, Heilbronn, sung by the choir and the minister .
and when eating corn? This Is gonna old familiar landmark, or burying
Lawtey. l used as the text for his din-
Market Grossed $15,000I he kind of ticklish. a highly respected citizen.." I
'LY 4 course, "Be thou faithful unto
Gigantic celebration and free barbecue at State Farmers' I
I death and I Mrs. H. D. May was Inclined to !
will thee
give a crownof --
Market. Sponsored by business men for farmers. For Farmers In 10 ... life." be complimentary. She said: "It I
'LY 7 First la *o different It la refreshing. I J
publication in Telegraph of delinquent tax. lands to Mr. Prescott was burled In the .III.._. .It _. "
Boia in August. Gainesville cemetery by the side '

'LY 13- J. L. Gentry, who has piloted the Bradford County' StateFarmers' of his wife.Surviving. J. L, Peek was brutally frank.
-Registration books for the City of Starke open In officeof I "It looks like II -." he said.
Market through a highly successful sinceit relatives his
season are sister -
City Clerk
N. D.
Carl old
Johns. ( Wainwright, an
reopened here late in April announced yesterday that sales Mrs. Halite Poe Redfern of I IaPs. friend
'LY 17 commented: "I have been
Opening of Presbyterian-Episcopalian Vacation Bible 1 1 during the ten-week period brought farmers of this' action Findlay, Ohio; his son, Fred L. greeting the Telegraph every week

School. the grand total of approximately $115,000. This figure includes Presscott! Dayton, Ohio; 13 grand .: a for the pant fifty years. I have

JO sales made by the market those made individual children In Ohio, Michigan, and
p'E Special edition of the Telegraph dedicated to the agricultural by grown so used to It. appearancethat
buyers, and those made direct By the farmers themMelves.lU.nKET Florida, and five great- grand- I hate to It
see changed.
Industry of Bradford County. I :' ,.hllriran...,. !.. !
I During the season which nas '" There are no rew or me om inrtu-

MANAGER: just drawn to 'a 'close, 'around Those attending (the funeral marks left, every one I la precious
ROAD from here were: Mrs. J W, White, to me."
13 ANDREWS 70,000 of
packages vegetables Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White
Judge "
Mrs H
M McRae wrote: "I
KEEPS IN and 195.00O dozens ears ii:. K.
NEWS TRIAL DATE SET Perryman Miss Kate Btruth have been writing 1le.vuJ for the

State of corn were told from the mar- and MH! Carol White Mr. White f good old Telegraph seventeen

Iroughfare Road 13. the main Trial of Carl Andrews charged ket platform. As soon as figures and Mr Perryman were among 7f1 yearn and I like the new front

radforo through Starke and with fatally shooting Paul Raul- I Mr. the pallbearers. .",....... page fine."
are analyzed Gentry will announce -
County, continues to erson near Ocala on the night of -.-- >1/1'/: .
eP In the I the quantity of each vegetable 01" "1f'J M. M. Rabin was fifty-fifty. He
In Na's/lu It Is sow doe- May 28, has been set for October / sold and the average price RODEO ... '" ',' liked the two-column feature, but

han arts Baldwin County, while between work Cal- 9 by Circuit Judge Frederick R. ,I paid for each. AT KINGSLEYThe ,t.::.. .;., I preferred the former heading to
tng la.. Hocker. The delay was grantedat .. 1
forwa the new one.
I One local
rd w prominent buyer was
I on the famed the request of Zach H. Douglasof '
? link This 20-mile "m11Ml-j' Gainesville, who has been employed heard to state Wednesday that he Boree Brothers of Jacksonville I Act 3 Unnnmmm boy! Who I J. H. Fields wa the first and

completed by the State Road as attorney for the de i* now firmly convinced that the I have announced the completion can eat corn on the cob without I probably the hint commentator to
arllnent In three I Bradford County Market baa put of grandstands and the final using both handflure Is lucky I resort to poetry. 111:1: wrote;
ellllY stages; fense.
'h mile I all obstacles behind It and )I. destined plans for the exciting "wild went" .. ?
wretch! now, another 6- Andrews was arraigned in Ocala r for ua corn-eaters that Mr Post "We streamlined the work,
P e lIt stretch later this year, and Monday and entered a plea of not { to become one of the greatest I rodeo which they are staging at doem't get around this way very "And streamlined the pay

relllainder In the promised guilty to the charge of first degree enterprises of Its kind In Kingsley Bench on the Fourth of often "We have streamlined clerks {

ear fUt.Jre" | Florida -- ----.-. "For an eight-hour day.
of Lake
murder. Formerly I July.All
. On k his end of the line, lime- Butler Andrews had recently j According to the above figure, I, the well-known features of Financial, Statement "We streamlined the auto,

ia :\" down from Santa Fe been living with Raulerson near Bradford farmers are certainly 'I a rodeo will be enjoyed, such as I Lacy J Wynn, treasurer for the I "And Streamlined the train.
Waldo and the surface Fort White. The two men are .., | "doing all right" this year and bucking bronchos, calf roping, fund raised to fence Santa Fe "We have streamlined hats

flow&: !mg oiled. The rock base said to have engaged in a fight on have now (Including strawberryand / long-horned steer wrestling and Cemetery this week made the following "That will not shed rain

:1110111 Complete from Waldo on the way home from Ocala, May watermelon returns) grossed I bulldoffingwild cattle by real financial statement fly "You streamlined your paper ,

lath rt/ tOW
''ltflc of the road la tin closed to that Andrews U alleged to have :;: i 1 j of their soil since the beginning begin at 10 o'clock In the morn- amount spent '$117.33; balance on "I now like it fine: i t
Raulerson. 3. Gentry of 1939 Ing. band- '12747, "I know where to begin."
shot i


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.. diiortbtd therein will be"ul rtonr: -- .
TWO 1913:. hasfiled pin\1.1, : rl
1 I'I overturned a the Bth day '>f July AD and has he th
] recently when same In my office I court hours dour, on tha fit lit Mon Ir.Is
I himself. He application for a tax deed to month of July, 19J9!\, l unknuwn ,
on made In the
of hot day
II New York World's Fair I !| pan grease however. be Issued thereon Said certificateembraces described, which l IB the 3rd day of July, 1 :T9.Haleil I'l.U .Ii. |II, r
at now following .
I Tree Exhibit Popular is Improving the Bradford thin let day of June 1939.OFI"I'IAL to the billq
Tung of i "r
Ira Wilson Is building B new property In the Countv ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, against. .,
I Florida, to-wit: Court of Bradford ''I. l
of Circuit
this section. State Clerk of July 3, Yi .
in i '
his farm of Wftw
home on of SWW! of NE\,: W% (Viuntv, Florida H-2 Bt fl-80
crowd from here attended Em NE41: SEV of NW : .Jlt 'is r"'th' ,.
A large "nVI"t
Pine Level ot SIs''A: W'h o[ 5E14 ot SWI-:' IV INCEST COII1T. IV A t1) FOR Ouunty puhl, 6l/,. ri I I. at
Whtttllna Sam, popular the meeting at and foIW\4: \NK:>4 of 8WV, of BWW. Section llllADVOHn (OtINTV.) Fa.OIUU. '1'1"1(1 hr
entertainer at Church last week. 12, Township 5 South, Range 22 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT published 1/1 )IJ..;It .
Florida exhibit ". 5 r.u r rr I John Allen of Jasper was the UaBt containing 149 acres more or'The CARLTON Plaintiff J. DAVIS Ida secutive, once w alai.".u,Ii, "r r I. ".',.1VltneHt

,: week-end guest of his aunt, Mrs. assessment of the said prop-'." -v.SARAH .. \ nip i n.. ,1
Woodard He was accompanied erty under the said certificate DAVIS: this sth d,, t i i I. 1 II I
Jlmmle sued wa in the name of Unknown. DefendantIN (OFFICIAL iK/I:! I ,,
I I home by J. M. Allen,, Unless Bald certificate shall be THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Clerk of itr-ui' \ ,I TI.
who will visit there for several redeemed according to law ....:.....'. I

> I I days.CEMETERY* WORKINGAll i' Congratulations To The Farmers of Bradford Com

: Interested In Prevatt

Cemetery work Wednesday.on are cleaning urged July to up 12 meet,and prparedto thereon fencing on The Success of The Bradford County State Fares

the grounds.


The registration books of the

City of Starke will be open for
the registration of electors from

Thursday, July 13, 1939 through EASY _
I Saturday, August 12 1939. ";


Ii', ;; r i City of Starke Registration Office.6-30 2tp THE &&&

: FOR I '

:i it i That NOTICE Ruby A IS. Montague HEREBY, holder OIVEN of '-
: : I 2-6 of Tax Certificate No 232, dated \
the 4th., day or July A. D. 1927:. haa I1l
filed said certificate in my office 4r t 0 ,
I'I f1 and made application for tax deedto '" -
he Issued thereon in accordancewith -- ft' f
certificate embraces t"A&i\
law. Said -
described property .
the following -- ..
situated In Bradford County, ,'
Florida to-wlt Lots Eight and -
\ Nine of Black 16 Livingston Truby \ \' \
' I & (c-o'n", Addition to Starke in WH .
I. of N11 % So,c*. 28 Township 6 South, l' !iMn.n \ \ \ \ ,

! Range The HtmeHHment 22 East. of Bald property \ \ :\ \.
, J under the said of certificate Unknown.Issued W"dl., ,:Wi<_'" .7--"' ";w.,... ...'.>:......_ .., .. ...._. ..
wan In the name
Unless salt certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax The handy six-bottle carton is for your convenlence. -
deed will lxau thereon on the Sth, ...to provide the pause that refreshes with 1..
I day of July A I). 1939. home. All the family t
Dated thin 7th.. day of June A. D. Ice-cold Coca-Cola your It from D.Ikbw and Rsfrethla 4
refreshment. Buy
II 1939. will welcome this pure
I}, OFFICIAL. SEAL) A J. Thomas, your favorite dealer.
Clerk of Circuit Court BOTTLING CO.
! County, Florida 6-9 6t 7.7 COCA-COLA

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PINE LEVELMrs. BETHEL who accompanied will spend home some by time Miss here.Geiger WE CONGRATULATEThe

II. M. Mcltae, Correnpondi-n"' Mr. Nude illtsnn, Cor. Little Miss Ruth Gllsson has I

been ill, and her friends hope fora
The auccessful", revival merlin The Rev. E. R. Bowers now has quick recovery.Mr. .

now being held at Tine Level his automobile equipped with a and Mrs. D. Coleman of farmers of Bradtord County upon the successful
Church will clone Sunday will loudspeaker. It is greatly ap- Mr.
Jacksonville were visiting:
raptlsmal services In Crosb; preciated by residents of the and Mrs Carl Anders and Mr. and completion of their State Farmers' Market. We believe

lake. Bethel section, who are enabledto Mrs Bill Coleman last Sunday.D that this enterprise is going to mean the greatest single
Lizzie Harnage of Umatil his tine throughthis
Miss hear
messages D. Woodard and son. David madein
Ir:, pent; Saturday nlKht with Mr means were dinner guests of Mrs. Evie step forward that the agricultural industry has ever
and Mrs. n. M. McRae. Miss Lucile Bowers has been
Johnson at Starke Sunday. this productive farming area.
))rs. 0, J. Jackson returnee spending two weeks with Mlas Little Ellie Bowers son of Mrs.
home Sunday after "spending, : two burned
Call Geiger at Milliard She was Ruth Bowers, was badly
week In St. Lukes Hospital lr',
Jacksonville, following: an opera r. In their new era of prosperity, we feel confident that

tlon Her muny friends are glad farmers of this section will continue to rely on V-C, the
to hAve her home again. SPECIALYOUR
Mr. and lira 0V.. Roan ol same fertilizers that have been used here with such won-

Sampson City were recent visitor* CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c derful success for many, many years. It is a great source
and Mrs. H
nt the home of Mr.
M McRae. of satisfaction for us to know that we have aided you

Mr and Mrs. J. W. McRae and GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO growers in the past, and we sincerely hope that our pleasant -

little "sons, Edwin and Wayne, ol PAYSmith's
Polk City spent lust week-end relations will be continued for many productive yearsto

here with relatives
Miss Delores Haltwanger oi come.

Jacksonville Is spending some GarageAReal

time here with her cousin. MHICKlesna !"'

McI ae.

HAMPTONAll # .5-- vc

..ft .\d., Nlnuno, Correspondent Wild WestRODEO

Duller Toney and daughter of .. .

Lake City were guests of Mr. "
Toney's ulster, Mrs. George San,

ton recently.The FERTILIZE \I
Rev. Mr Robinson of Mel _
rose was the guest of his mother,
Mrs, C R. Robinson, this week. Come to Klngsley Lake July Fourth and see the largest and
The Rev. W. T. McGuire preached brut Rodeo ever held In this. section which I.. being sponsored MORE THAN 35,000,000 TONS

at the Christian Church Inst by Boree Brother. of Jacksonville. A fine program has been

Sunday morning and evening. I prepared for the whole day, and a crowd of 10,000 In expected.

Mr, 1L.. Watterson. Mrs. 0.1 Come and bring the whole family. There will be fun for all. OF EXPERIENCE BEHIND EVERY BAG"FOR _
G Pearce, and L. L. Bedenbaugh,
nil daylong| .
had as their guest last Sunday
their cousins. Mr. and Mrs Raymond THE PROGRAMThe -

nedenbuugh of Lake City. program for the day start at 10:00 A. M. with horse .
The Rev. C. R. Robinson, pastor win the prize.
Put horse' In the raehe may
racing. your
ot the Baptist Church, will fill Mo There will be riding of trained bucking horses and mules calf YOUR IMMEDIATE NEED: WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT
regular appointment next Sunday
morning and evening. Everybody roping and long-horned steer wrestling. to ride MVo-Yo." Thin OUR DISTRIBUTOR A. M. DARBY'S HAS A PLENTIFUL QUANTITY -
Thf'rtIm be lot* of fun when they try
Is Invited. r
Miss Marion Dennie Guy celebruted .- Mule la a sensation. OF LAND-PLASTER ON HAND.Virginia .
her birthday anniversary The greatest spectacle of the day will be bulldogging" of wild

at the home of her parents, the tattle by real Texas: 003'.. Something you won't forget. Takes

Re". and Mrs. J. T. Guy, Out-oi place about 2:30 P. M.A .
-to.vn guests were Mr. and Mrs, .large stadium hall been built with great seating rapacity

jed Guy of Jacksonville. to acconiodate the crowd.Bathing .
Willie Robinson left lust Saturday and boating may also be enjoyed by those In attendance

: for High Springs where h<, who wish these forms of entertainment, and a band will be

has accepted a position with the present during the day to furnish music for the ('ro ,d. Carolina
Chevrolet Co.OUR. -
The Olrl KMer who won the prize at the State Fair will be

here--Her horse changes Knit when owner c IH. 3., or 40

MILK horOO4'II will be there.



1 Seldom Equalled ; You Are Invited Don't Miss the Fun! A. M. DARBY'S -- LOCAL DISTRIBUTORP.GE

Never Surpassed \ KINGSLEY LAKE


PETERSON'S Fourth of July

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ft;; Of Instruments Filed f Show Property Changes I I FLA.Knza: --Wraicr--STATE--, CorrespondentMiss -- FARM- --- "- !F

list of deeds Container Corporation of America Fee Simple deed Louise Barns Willlard\ \
made June
1 print hfficrtot the Clerk of a corporation organized and exIsting 1939. and filed June 6. I tion to Starke made September 9, to 30 acres! filed May 30 made August May 30. and made May 12. 1939. Barns and Dukes West of Home ,
.IB* the past under laws of Deleware. 1932. and filed May 23. 2, 1937 '
COUl'l: < during Loca C. Sweat of Citrus County Sinclair Moseley and wife Car- stead arrived Sunday to
UHM"' '., rt> June 16. All Timber deed giving right to cut to Titus E. Olsen and wife Bertie J. M. Mitchell, F. A. Scott and D A. Judd and his wife. Celia rie Moseley of Bradford County the week with Miss Sadie Prince spend

lure '" lAnds in Bradford pine trees six Inches or more in A. Olsen of Starke. One-half interest C. A. Knight as Trustees of the Judd of Bradford County to Russell to Waldo Pringle and wife, Donle Host at DinnerDr.
ands diameter until 23
description May 1942 on Livingston Trust Fund of the
/' ana '!tact properties may be 1532 acres made May 23, and filed block 28 to,east half lots 1. 3 and 5, First Presbyterian, Church of B. Judd and Willie Mae Judd. Prlngle of Polk County. All lots Walter E. Murphree and the
'n the original town of Starke. Warranty deed
at I
csJltng at the court- May 29.Lawley. Warranty deed Starke to W. P. Smith of Starke. acres made 26. 27. 28 Woodlawn except! stuff of the hospital at the Slate
Ned! bY made June 2, 1939 May 29 1939 and filed May 30.
apping the county State Bank of Lawtey and filed June 7. Warranty deed to lot 7 of Block north 225: feet. Warranty deed Prison Farm were hosts to the
aDd which are open to to H. C. Harley and D. B. 3 in Livingston Truby and Company's Russell n. Judd and his wife made
bOOks Harleyof Loca C. Sweat of Citrus County i Willie! May Judd of Bradford May 25, 1939 and filed Alachua County Medical Societyand
bile at all times.dy Lawtey. Deed to block 11, to Titus E. Olsen and Bertie A. addition to Starke made County to Millard R. Judd June 1.Pate. Auxiliary at dinner on Wed-
Ashford of Bradford original town of Lawtey made Olsen of Starke. One-half Inter- September 9, 1932, and filed May Frt'dlJudd of Bradford. Warranty nnd Gassett and nesday night of last week.Attt'nding .
Theodore Morris of May 18, 1939, and filed May 30. est to wife Clyde were a large numberof
east half of 23.J.
to filedt 1, 3 and 5, deed made May 29 1939 Gassett. of
Deed Starke, to Herbert
Quit Claim St. John Investment and Realty block 28, original town of Starke. M. Mitchell, F. A. Scott andC. and filed May 30.William ( the doctors and their wives, I

i I for 11 acres. Deed made Inc., of Jacksonville, to The FlorIda Quit Claim deed made June 2, A. Knight as Trustees of the SpencerVhatley and wife, Lois who first made a brief survey of j

1938. I National Bank of Jacksonville. 1939 and filed June 7. Livingston Trust Fund of the Arthur Moltt and Bronxoii Whatley, of Bradford the various departments of the
Myrtle Marie
investment Company Warranty deed to 25.32 First Presbyterian Church of Moltt, his wife County. prison! hospital and then were ;
acres Warranty deed to
Thomas 3 1-2
unws R. Sweat and heirs of
wife Mollie :- estate of Arthur K.:
[ AUgustine to C. V. andInglerlght. made May 11, 1939, and filed May V. Sweat of Alachua Starke to W. P. Smith of Starke. deceased of Palm Moltt acres made September 28, 1938, ushered Into a spacious dining 1
1 County Beach'
husband and 30. Loca Warranty deed to lots 1, 2, 3, 4 County filed June 3.Augustus. room where a group of musicians '
C. Sweat to R.
and Sarah Green
E. of
County. War- and 6 of block 5 in Livingston entertained with string music
.f Bradford made Feb- Mantanzas Investment Companyof Sweat of Citrus County, to Titus Truby and Company's addition to eighths interest in "Moltt Estate"on I Beasley and Lillian throughout dinner. I!
deed to 10 acres St. Augustine to James T. Kin- E. Olsen and wife, Bertie A. Olsen Starke Call Street. between Hay and Grace Beasley his wife heirs of 1
made March 16 I
20. and
53. 1939, and filed May chen of Starke. Warranty deed of Starke. Quit Claim deed to filed 23. 1931 Broadway Streets In Starke. War- the estate of Arthur E. :!Moltt deceased The tables were decorated with 'J;

G Seals and wife of Duval to 5 acres made February 23 19- east half of lots 1, 3 and 5, block May ranty deed made May 12, 1939 i of Harris County Texas large bowls of red radiance roses 1

v to Hampton Canning Com- 39, and filed May 31. 28 original town of Starke made 1ST. D. Wnlnwrlght, Jr., and his and filed May 30. to R. A. Green of Starke. One- and asparagus firn. Arranged ''I
{ Hampton. Quit Claim May 28 1939. and wife Grace Wood Wainwright of sixteenth interest "Moltt about the room were large vases
John B. McCulley, G. W. Brown filed June 7. Charley Estate"on
Trevelyan anllJes.de
block 14 In Hamp- Starke to Charley E. Johns of Beasley of peach-colored gladioli and
o lot 14 and Louis H. Hill, all of Lawtey. H. T. Shaw and Armanda Shaw Mae> Beasley, his wife of Call Street between Buy and ''I
18, 1935: and filed Stal ke. Warranty deed to 2 1-2 Bhastft daisies.
de April Trustees of Town of Lawtey to his wife of Bradford, to M. R. Poik County heirs of estate of Broadway Streets' in Starke. Warranty i iPresent .
acres made May 17 1939, and also were Supt. and
fe2. A. M. Blanchard of Bradford. Holton of Union County. Warranty Arthur Moll deceased to R. A. | deed made May 12 1939 '
Holda O. filed May 23. and filed Mrs. L, F. Mr. and 1
o C. Anderson Trustees deed to lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, deed to 71 1-2 acres made Green' of Starke. One-sixteenth June 4. Chapman. I
jer C- Victor Thulln and 8 of block 22; lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7.8 January 7, 1939 and filed June N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and his interest in "Moltt Estate" on Call | George Thomas Cook: and Sarah Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs. P. D.

\W. Newcomb being married of block 25: ; lots 1, 2. 3, 4 In half- 10. wife Grace Wood Wainwright Street between Bay and Broadway Tnea Moltt Cook, ,his wife, of Fancher, J M. Moncrelf and A.

,1,i of Worcester Massachu- block 8; and diagonal blocks 3, 4, Tax deed to Mrs. Katie Bell of Starke to W. L. Reynolds of I Streets in Starke. Warranty deed Dade County, heirs of Arthur W. Bntes. Dr. Murphree, who

ielr at law of Amanda Thule and 5, all in Town of Lawtey I Wimberley of Starke for 40 acres Duval County. Warranty deed to made May 12, 1939, and filed May Moltt. deceased to R A. Green of acted as toastmaster, IntroducedMr.
of Worcester to Gustaf 5 acres made May 17 1939 and Starke. Chapman, who made a
made January 14, 1926, and filed: made June :5, 1939, and filed June 30. One-eighth Interest in
V Thulin and filed 23. thought-provoking talk on the subject *
Alice May "Moitt
ulln June 1.Robert. 5, 1939, Williams Wallace I Estate" on Call Street between -
Carter and I
A. Thulin of Worcester, Emma Pearce Hill and Louis II. Bay and Broadway Streets of "Why Men Return to
Ralston of Dallas Coun- Tax deed to Lyman G. Peet for : Clara Moitt Carter his wife, heirs Prison."
deed toe
chusetts. Warranty Hill (her husband of to I In Starke.
) deed filed
Lawtey Warranty
ty, Texas, to W. H. Eddy and J. 8 acres made June 5, 1939, and of Arthur E. Moist deceased of '
made May 19, 1939, and I A. A. Annis of Bradford. Block 58 I' June 14, and made May 13, 1939.
W. Eddy of Bradford. Special filed June 5. County to R. A. Green of
Jloy 22.e and that portion of block 12 lying --+---
deed to 373 made Starke. One-eighth interest' in
warranty acres FLOWERS
| Owners Loan Corporation I Tax deed to W. M. Kirby for 20 east of the old Lawtey and Mld- IIIIAT: C.UJSK.S mE
May 18, 1939, and filed June 2. "Moltt Estate"" on Call Street, be-
Struth and wife, Lou- acres made June 5, 1939 and filed
o dleburg road in East Lawtey ((15 tween Bay and Broadway StreetsIn Quincy Excessive heat which
of Starke. War- A. B. Williams and Gertrude June S.Tax .
Struth acres) made in April 1939, and Starke. Warranty deed made caused an explosion of dust thin
deed to J. G. Alvarez HomeIn Williams his wife, of Starke. to deed to G. Peet for IN ANVOKSKJNS
Thelma Elizabeth Lyman filed May 23. May 12, 1939, and filed May 30. afternoon started a fire which
Starke made May 18, Green Emma 20 acres made on June 5, 1939 Anna Thomas, widow and sole Orville Leon totally destroyed the boiler room ,
.,nd filed May 23. Carolyn Green Seymonne Collete and filed June 5. Moitt and Kluey at the Thomas-Little Lumber -
heir of G. W. of Bradford
[1. Mitchell F. A. Scott and Green and Eulalie Anice Green of T. Frank Landrum Thomas Virginia. Molts, his wife, of Duval Also Flower
as SpecialMaster Company
to William R. Thomas and entailing more than $5.-
Knight. Trustees of First Starke. Warranty deed to 44 by in Chancery to Federal deedto County heirs of estate of Arthur 000 property loss. Firemen who 4 a Wired to
Arzone Thomas.
of to 105: foot lot between Knight and I Warranty }oJ. Moitt deceased to R A. Greenof
Church Starke .
tenon Farm of lnybody.lnywhere
( Mortgage Corporation 30 acres filed May 23 made were compelled to hay one thousand -
Smith of Starke. Quit Knight offices and Bryant's Cafeon Columbia S. deed Stiirke. One-eighth interest In .
C., :Masters to November 17, 1928. feet of hose were handicapped
deed to lot 5, block 5, Llv- Call Street in Starke made 20 acres made June 13, 1939 fil- "Moltt Estate" on Call Street be- } by u shortage of lines, so I"orn)'
n,Truby and Company's Ad- May 30, 1939, and filed May 30. ed June 13. M. B. Herlong and his wife, tween Buy and Broadway StreetsIn could combat the blaze with only Occasion
Blanche G. Herlong, of Starke to Starke. Warranty deed filed
to Starke made September Susie Dell and husband Ben J. S. Eunice and Selma Euniceof one hone line. The fire will\ effect .
J\IltS. N. I) W.lNWIUOIiTI'hono
Mildred S.
B. J. Walker and May 30 and made May 12, 1939.
2, filed May 23. Dell, of Bradford and Jasper Dell Bradford to Joe Reed of Bradford a layoff of about 50 persons for 102LET'S
Walker of Duval Warranty
J. Thomas and Eva Mae of Volusla County, to Joe Johnson Warranty deed to 5 acres County. Charley Lester Moltt and Aril several I weeks

,u, his wife of Starke, to and Cora Johnson of Bradford. made May 4, 1939, and filed May deed to lot on Little Santa Etta Moitt his wife, of Pasco
Fee Lake made May 18, 1939 and .. .. .. .
Warranty deed to one and one- 17. County heirs of Arthur E. Moltt (>-- -------- -- ----.,-..----..--.. &

checksMALARIA half acres filed .June 2, made Jan- W. L. Reynolds and Rose Rey- filed May 26. deceased to R. A. Green of I GO FISHING

6 uary 4, 1939.V.lilllam nolds of Duval County to N. D. Mrs. Mlssle Sapp J. L. Johns Stnrke. One-eighth interest In

In 7 darn and relieve \ Thomas, son of Lizzie Wainwright Jr., of Starke. Warranty and Miriam Johns his wife being "Moltt K: tate" on Call Street be- Lowest Prices in Jacksonville

T.b,,t. COLDS Thomas now deceased, and Fannie deed to land filed May 18, heirs of V. E. Sapp deceased of tween Bay and Broadway StreetsIn

.be Thomas his wife, of Alachua made May 17, 1939.J. Bradford to J. L. Johns and wife Starke. Warranty deed l mode I Shakespeare Level Winding Keels: from $l.OX to $22.50
Dropi Mtiuptomn fleet dllrRubI.YI..m" Lula Mitchell Scott and Mrs. Miriam Johns of Bradford. May 12 1939, and filed May 30. Other
: a Wonderful County, to Frank Bell and M. F. A. Heels: 75c up
Liniment May Bell, his wife, of Bradford C. A. Knight as Trustees of First Warranty deed to 20 acres filed Clarence Paul Tyson and Eva Solid Steel! Rod $1.00 up

Presbyterian Church of Starke to May 29 made May 29. Al'mlitead Moitt Tyson, his wife, I
W. P. Smith of Starke. Warrantydeed Sydney Parks of Fulton County of Duval County heirs of ArthurE. SEE US IIEFOKE: YOU BUY -

FUNERAL DIRECTORy to lot 7 of block 5 of Livingston Georgia to D. A. Judd and Cella Moltt deceased, to R. A. Greenof _

Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render ... Truby and Company's addl- Judd of Bradford. Warranty deed Starke. One-eighth interest In PEOPLES PAWN SHOP

EFFICIEWT' PI'O1ttPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE "Moitt Estate" on Call Street be- I

MODERATE: PRICES Give A Break tween Hay and Broadway Streetsin 535 W. Hay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

DeWITT C. JONES Vegetables Starke. Warranty deed filed ..--.-.-,-.--..-.-.-..-.-.--.-..-.-----.-.-.,-...1CONGRATULATIONS
Starke, FloridaANNOUNCEMENT :...-----.---------.-.-.--.-.--.-.-..-.--.-..-----.-.-.-
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Dy Katharine Fisher -------------------- :

Direclot of Good HoHttttifiMg liulilult

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I wonder why it is that vegetables get such a poor break. We seem
to fuss aplenty over the rest of the meal. Yet when it cornea to the
I have reopened the West End Grocery at South vegetables too often they look and taste as if we had left them to shift

Orange and Madison Streets and have a full stockof for themselves-flavorless, limp, sorely in need of seasoning.It's .

I staple and fancy groceries. Your patronage will a pity too! For all that crisp colorful vegetables ask of us la to

be appreciated. be cooked tender in the shortest possible time, in a small amount of
water and then to be seasoned with a little care. In return they promiseto TO THE FARMERS .
come to our tables so appetizing in both color and flavor that the
WEST END GROCERYBILL family, down to the youngest will ask for a second serving. -

Now, we've been cooking vegetables 1 in our Institute -
ALVAREZ, OwnerCOMPLIMENTS kitchens for years upon years. And oaf of U.a
easiest ways to cook them-at least so we find-is In
i a covered saucepan. I recommend it to you. THEIR STATE FARMERS' MARKET

..... Choose of that will hold the
------------------- one your saucepans
vegetables comfortably; then cover the bottom of it
+ .M with about an inch of waterf.No we don't believe inv
cooking any vegetables except greens in a saucepan -
without water for there is too much danger of their
scorching or burning. Bring this water to a merry I
OF boil; then add the salt-one-half teaspoonful for every"
cup of water used-and, next the vegetables. Put the I

KATHAflNI riiHERDirector cover back on, quickly bring the water to boiling .
New el again; then start counting the cooking time. Cook the MEATCURING
Way Laundry Good Hountkttpiatlastiiutu vegetables until they are just tender but no more.
For cooking time, see the table below.

Heed this last tip well won't you. for when we let our vegetables
Dry Cleaning simmer along for what may seem Just a short time after they are done
they are likely to be ruined. So be right at hand when the clock tells you
that the vegetable should be done. Test it with a fork and If it 1 III done
1 1 \V. University Ave. Gainesville, Fla. turn off the heat. The little water left in the vegetable can be boiled off

with the saucepan cover off; or you can use it as part of the liquid fora
sauce to be poured over the vegetable if you wart one, or for gravies, ,

CLAYTON G. STRICKLAND, Agt. or in soups.

-_ ---.:. And now we come to the last-minute touch-ono I hope you will never I
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e- -
fail to give. No vegetable no matter how carefully you may have cookedit '
is ready for its serving dish until you have critically tasted and re- '
likes to seasonings well in mind. So get
tasted it with your family's as ,
BRING Tit I out your tasting spoons housekeepers! For, unless I miss my guess you I' IN CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST
will find that your vegetable needs just a sprinkle more of salt or pepper,
and perhaps some butter or margarine before you can proclaim it a

a FAMIL': perfectly seasoned dish.TIMETABLE.


>k Exact Cooking Time Varies With Age of Vegetables,

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In TlahtlF O*.r<4 In
VEGETABLE Haoirpan With" farehnantfapm
I* Bulling Watt*
Artichoke. French ._0 mln.la til mln.K .

Artleboki, J.ru.al.'roAngararua -M rain.Stand mln.SO .
1 butt anda In the bolllnc water -
to aouk partially: then ..,. flat Gainesville 'Ice &
and ".", pielA sinking *_*0 ...1... mln.

SatSun. 1-2 B..na. Lima 20-10 mi,... .0 mln.
July to mla.
tones mln.
Been StringBaata.
,, "_0 mln.t eo mln.ID .
Young .
RITZ BROS. in "THE GORILLA"With -. Old or more br.
B.., Cretna 10-*0 mln. mla.

Patsy Kelly and Lionel Atwell BrueeollBnuaala Sprout I IS--to tf min mln.NIt to mla.M mla.IS .. Cold Storage Co.

..:...and- [ Cabbac. Shredded a-II ...1.. .. I
rICe O'IJrien In "RACKETEEU OF TilE_HANG E" Carob :; B4-so ...fa. 10 mla.t )
i Cauliflower. Ftowarata IV 1 mln.M
'I Whol t6- .... 19 min.C.i.rr .
July 3-4-5-6 Mon-Tue-Wed-Thur. 1*-to mln. I* ..

Jeanette MacDonald Lew Ayres in Cora Chard en 8.Cob.... JD-IO 1-It ....1...... 11 10 ._.I.... J. L. GEORGE, Mgr. )I j{

10 mln.S .
"BROADWAY SERENADE"and Dandallo CraaiM 10-It mln.M
0 mln.ta
HEIGHTS" ,Kale Kohlrabi -.- -4 .1",. N 1201 N. Grove St. GAINESVILLE, FLA. j>;
(ft-M ..... M ....
iOnlona ''-M .... 4. mlm.M .
... Quarter
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:)?; L. ; PauPotato-. WWtaFotataaa. '. I U-M .... 44 mla.M .
M-II .... mta.M .
JAfa0NyzLIS I 400.- !_la .... mla.Inaaia .

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PAGE FOUR .s -.--. --- -- -- -- -- -- I Sapp opened the gifts given to her -
.. . -- -- -- -- -- the speaker. I ::;.
'I I The hostess'
----- 50 Yearsu friends.
1I Woodman Circle Married A. J. Thomas was next presented by her many

I Celebrates Fifteenth \ by Mrs. Perryman. He chose gift to the honoree was some FAVORITE
match her Fiesta
and Scouting glassware to
as his subject "Parents
II SodetvHWoman's Anniversary ," and entertained his listener; china. RECIPES

Members of the Starke Grove I with several humorous Incidents. .. Those invited to enjoy the afternoon -

j I of the Woodman Circle entertain-I Clarice Thomas delighted her. with the honoree were:

the Woodmen of the with piano solo, "J
I ed audience a Misses Hope and Georgia Haynes, TOMATO: .Mice
buffet Tuesday night i at I "
a supper Dream Song.
..., Lillian Stern- Everyone ,
Woman Misses Ruth and seem bt
I II eight o'clock in the "Th< (:" ,
Hono'd; /; Ann Flynn sang ""
Club Is Scene I Bride-Elect Club building. The eleven! I s' Y Betty accompanied berg, Miss Ruth Rowe, Misses something-eith,., ',?. "r
Three Little Fishes, *
ShowerMrs. anniversary of the Grove'' eb Florled and Myrtice Killingsworth, tables-and now ]
I ,
At Crystal birthday Mrs. L. A. Can have ,
Tea FridayThe at the piano by ( '
Of Silver I I celebrated at this time Miss Martlle Hemingway, Miss "*
Hitch of the State. was also I t for canning torn,,,,,
Woman's Club building was I Mrs. Maude Andrews, guardian, ova.Miss Marjorie Stump, Miss Frances lures 101.
the scene last Friday afternoona of Farm, Mrs. James Hair of Lake ot opened the meeting and gave a I Grace Dew sang a Spanish Peek, Mrs. Edwin Torode, Mra. J, J. M Brownlee ? :?, ,'ontrtbut

beautiful silver tea given by the City, and Miss Elaine Wynn at< a short, interesting talk on present song, accompanied at the plant B. Sapp, Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., and it came lust r,: 'h., right ll

Intermediate Department of tbe Hampton were hostesses history of the grove. Mrs. Andrews I by Mr E. K. Ferryman Mrs. J. R. Colley, Mrs. R. O. because tomatoe- '. '
The affair luncheon-bingo party and crystal Master Billy Smith played two< Wood Mrs. E. R. ettalt
Methodist Sunday School. then presented Mrs. Vonda<3 I Kldd, Mrs. Glen plentiful now.
was given to raise money to shower at the home of the : Inman district manager and 2nd piano solos, "The Parade of the Struth, Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs. W.
send representatives from the department last Thursday beginning at one 'stats vice-president, who In turn Wooden Soldiers," and "Piratei B. Mundy Mrs. Jack Williams, Scald and peel '.''matoea; '
In honor< into small
to the Intermediate o'clock. The event was Introduced the following charter Bold." Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Miss Lucille pieces llirt, cook UD
I' I.
Sapp, popular t tender. Rub throucn ,,
Camp being held at Camp Foster of Miss Dorothy who Is being deligh I members of the local chaptei: The finale, a parody on "Llttl< Mitchell, Mrs Eugene L. Mat- then strain. ? v'"

this week blrde-elect, with a series Varl-colored zinnias were used< fully entertained Mrs. Nat Williams, member'l : with the entire Scout troop doIng the State Farm Misa Elaine To each quart oj ,uicaMh.(

in abundance In decorating I the! lovely parties. and I! Kimball of Washington, the "echo" part. The Improvised Wynn of Hampton, Mrs. James teaspoonfuls of snit Pour

large auditorium, where, standing Quantities of pink roses Misses Amy and Slnah Moon, words, a salute to Mr. Robinson, Hair of Lake City, and Mrs C. M. bottles while boiling hot t f:
i it the dahlias were pleasingly arranged Miss I II' Dew Al cap and capping ma,>-hm
in the receiving line to greet Mrs Mae Bryan. GladYIJ were composed by Miss Mitchell of Tallahassee. 'I0rto
guests unon their arrival, were officers In bowls and baskets throughoi 'Hutto, Miss Edna Hutto, and Mrll., 4i the end of the song she presented u ,. llized jars can be u\ ,,,i dad A

t of the department:; Patsy the rooms where the guests were"I'Vonda Inman. \ I the Scoutmaster with a token ol Typewriter ribbons, carbon sealing boll thirty mmutej,i

Keen, president;; Freddie Wlmbe entertained I Supper was served buffet style appreciation from the Troop. paper, second sheets adding .- .rte,

lY, treaburer; Virginia, Sew Luncheon was served buffet from a long table placed In the The refreshment. committee machine paper at Bradford Coun- A full line of off,-,, upplll1!

chairman of worship; Shirley style In the dining room from along : sun parlor, where bowls of sun their Golden composed of Mrs. O. L. Haynes, ty Telegraph. The Bradford CountvFLOWERS Telegrap
chairman of social service: table, which was laid with a mer flowers were effectively used.< Pictured here, on Mrs. W N. North, Mrs. Michael
Elise Green Chairman of mission, handsome lace cover and centered II After supper Thelma Manning I Wedding anniversary day, which I Dew, Mrs.: G. B. Flynn, and Mrs,. .)-_ Of .... .. .' .. _

Grace Dew, and Garnita Hutto. with a miniature bride and groom and Lillian Thomaspreaenj, ,ed.he. they celebrated' June 11, are Mr. E. K. Perryman -served tempting ., :
Mrs.: J.; E. Norman, who have
old fashioned rflcv three-tlere and ; !
standing In an I decorated sandwiches
.LeerrBudd beautifully refreshments" of .
Dew, BUJy .
Mlko married life '
spent their entire '. '
Davis, and Leonard'Srthlt111feId\ tt er garden. Fink candles In crysi birthday'cake'. fq"the'oldesf. men -- Starke. of their children l lemonade't '. All Orders f Iliadwith careful consider*.
'ff *ln al holders,.balanced the central b'er 'Mrs. HuUo, the younges near Many .
trays In wbictt tOe flllveri.! ; were with tlon for the requirement of the InOlvlduiL
card I grandchildren
embellishment and place Jenelle Hutchlngs, and to -
was received. motif. I Miss them on this happy occasion. Mrs Christian ChurchWomen's Special attention given to promptest uri
bridal who
the Mrs. Andrews,
repeated guardian
the following the
the afternoon i the MeetsThe economy
During Norman is holding "golden Society
delightful program WaB At the conclusion of the bingo; lighted the eleven candles. While "
games Miss Ruth Rowe was give : the candles were burning the cake wedding cake. Women's Society of the Mrs. L. G. Powell
as holder of I on a lace-covered table Church met Monday
lovely evening bag was placed Christian
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Piano solo, "A Dream I high score. Others winning prize I In the auditorium. These three State Farm Scouts afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. The I

Clarice Thomas. 1 were Mrs. Glen Wood, a beach members also cut the first three Have Father-Son session was opened by the president -

Vocal solos, "Mother Dear" and "halo"; Miss Dorothy Sapp, a con slices of cake. Mrs. W. L. Andrews, with a
"I Know A Little Girl," Miss Marjorie pact: and Mrs B. C. Prince, s an I Mrs. Jerry Moore, chairman of Banquet Monday Night scripture reading. After her enJoyable

Stump, accompanied at the ornamental flower. Miss ffapp program, presented the folloWing Members of the Hound Patrol talk, a business period

piano by Mrs. F. H. Long. was the recipient of a lovely pal delightful numbers: of Troop No. 104, Boy Scouts of was conducted, and the meeting

Vocal Solo, "Little Grey Horn of vases, which were presented to Reading, "Speak Out for Jesus," America, together with their fath- was closed by tbe pastor, the Rev. V

In the West" Miss Juanita Barefoot tier by the hostess as a memento Miss Liberty Whitfield; tap dance ers and a few friends, attended a W. T. McGuire. THE FARMERS OF BRADFORD

accompanied by Mrs. L. J. ''ot the occasion. and song, "The Darktown Strut father-and-son banquet last Mon- Refreshments of punch and cake

Green. After the bingo games little ;ers Ball," Joan Carpenter; Son'Cute day night at the State Farm Com- were served by Mrs. W. T. D<>wty. COUNTY

Violin solo, "Flower Song" Betty Jean Williams and Jeral Little Headache," Valen,, munity House. Sponsored by the .--

Grace Dew, accompanied at the dine Cox, dressed as plckanlnnlet, Phillips; Song. "Lunatic Lullaby, Troop Committee, the dinner was Miss Fugate Compliments

piano by Mrs. E. K. Perryman. knocked on the door and announced Wan d a \WJltfield; rea d i n i g, given in recognition of the progress Bride-Elect at Shower II WEB OFFER CONGRATULATIONS

Vocal solo. "The Umbrella Man", In rhyme that "Miss Dorothy Home," Mra. E. L. Williams: made since the organizationof ,

Garnlta Hutto, accompanied by; laundry" was ready. The "laun long, "Three Little Fishes," Betty the Troop two months ago. Fol- Complimenting Miss Dorothy BEST WISHES

Mrs. E. K Perryman. Iry" proved to be a set of crysta Ann Flynn; song, "The Um lowing an Introductory program, Sapp, whose marriage to Mr. Guy

Violin solos, Miss Anita Court rare, a gift from those invited< rella Man," Garnita Hutto; readIng Supt., L. F Chapman spoke to the Hinton Sale of Madison, will bean

manch, concert violinist, accom .o enjoy the afternoon. "The Duel," Arlene Dew; BOng, group on "The American Bridge." event of July 3, Mies Virginia FOR THE SUCCESSFUL OPERA TO.'IF

panted at the piano by Mrs. Court Besides the honoree, the guest 'It :Makes No Difference Now," In his remarks he pointed out to Jugate was hostess at a bingo

manch. list Included Mrs. J. B. Sapp, King and played on the guitar by; the Scouts. In an unforgetablemanner arty and miscellaneous shower ather O THE STATE FARMERS' MARKET pP

the program, Mrs mother of the bride-elect, Mr!. Hiss Ferrol Jones; solo, "Yoi the great responsibilitythat home Thursday afternoon V.

Following Robinson, counselor for the IV. B. Mundy, Misses Ruth IUld Just Have Been a Beautlfu will be theirs in helping to from four until six o'clock.

Frank assisted by Mrs. L. Edith: Rowe Misses' Ruth and Lillian Baby," Miss Dorothy Lamb; reading "- build a bridge between privileges Roses, daisies and other seasonal -

Intermediates Albert Keen, an< Sternberg Misses Hope and "A Lady Cornea To Call, and comforts on one side, and poverty I cut flowers were attractively
F.Mrs.Smith Michael Dew, served temptIng Georgia; Haynes, Misses Myrtlcimd Jetty Hayes; song, "Mexical and disaster on the other, in arranged in the living and< dining P

of sandwiches, Florled Killlngaworth, Mrs Jose," Wanda Whitfield; reading American Life. ooms where six tables were placed -

refreshments cake, and punch.A Glen; Wood, J. G. Goodwin, Mrs Just' A Little Farther," Doroth: Scouts attending were Ralph for the players. \
total of $22 wag realized from D. C. Prince, Mrs. W. C. Pendley, i'axon; tap dance, Miss Ferro Dudley' Richard Woodward, M. L. At the conclusion of the games \\A. Jacobs,JewelerS

tea. Ata. S. E. Rltch. Mrs. Ivan Hazer, Jones; song, "I'll Eat Som< Crews, Jr., James Bradley, RoyFlllyaw he winner of high score was presented !r- IAURA ADAMS

the -. Miss Martlle Hemingway, Miss Terms ," Wanda Whitefield; song, and a young guest, Jerry with a linen guest towel. I
Virginia Fugate Mrs. J. F. Kelly "I( Wish I Had Never Seen Sunshine Bouvler. The entire Troop Committee Novelty gifts were given to those Jacksonville, Florida

3 Hostesses EntertainAt of DeLand, and Mrs. C. M. MItchell ," Miss Ferrol Jones; Orchestra "- were present, including making low score.

Dinner Party of Tallahassee. selections, "Shanty Town, Leall Shepherd, R. H. Cox, F. G. Following the bingo game Miss

Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. Vondii -. Maple on the" Hill," and "Alaba Mills, W K. Murphree, and Bryan ,1 _og.R_u___.. ___ -
Jubilee, Parker family. -
Sapp Whitfield. !
Inman and Mrs. Lois Mayes wen Hiss Dorothy Mrs. Volley McKinney Mrs. T.M. .

hostesHes at a lovely dinner part; Will Become Bride f. McIntyre, and Miss Elizabeth Sanford Hitch supervised the

Monday night in the home of the ot Mr. Sale Monday Villiama were In charge of arrangements catering and served a bountifu I FKEE DELIVERYPHONE
honored dinner to the which also In- ,
former at which time they r
Mrs: W L. Andrews, stat Miss\ Dorothy Mae Sapp daughter for the party. eluded the following fathers and s. R. Johns
John Benny;
and Mrs.
musician of the Woodman Circle of Mr. the bride ofGuy Irs. Sternbe4 Hostess friends: Jim Rltch; J. M. Bradley,

Summer flowers, attractively; >app, will become al H. H. Dudley, and A. W. Bates.
of Madison, Luncheon Party
Hinton Sale At
arranged In low bowls were used Scoutmaster Vance GeIger spoke
In decorating the living and dinIng 8::00 o'clock Monday evening Inthe Mrs. N. Sternberg was hostess briefly of the Troop's Progress

of the hostess's home.A First Baptist Church with theReV. Wednesday at her cottage or and pointed to plans for the Immediate -! 45
L, A, Shepherd of the State Lake when she entertained -
color scheme of green ami .Ingsley and future development of] & Sons
white was carried out In decorat Farm, officiating. I members of her bridge club al Scouting In the Community.
The bride-elect, who will be glv-
luncheon party.
ing the long dining table where a I DEPOT
laid. Two tn In marriage by her brother-ln- The guests met at ten o'clockand I NBA II TILE S A. L
for eighteen were I
dw arf dahllaa law, W. B. Mundy, will have asher after enjoying three progres- Five Yoim"} People
bowls holding
matron of honor her sister,, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Attend
were placed at either end of the Ions of bridge AssemblyThose
B. Mundy, and as hermaid
white Irs. W. was awarded a black patent
candles In
table and green of honor, Miss Elaine Wynn ather pocket book as holder ofhigh attending Intermediate
holders were effectively used Summer Assembly at Camp Fos-
of Hampton. The bridesmaids I Mrs. M. F. Brown GUARANTEED
Place cards were made In the score ter this week from the Methodlsi
,rill be Miss Ruth Sternberg, Miss wall the winner In a game of binge 6 0
of lilies and were Fred C
shape i Helen Steele of Gainesville, Mrs and was presented with a liner Church here are Patsy Keen,
with green leaves. Jim Hitch of the State Farm, andMrs. andkerchlef. die Wimberly, Elise Green, Shirley 24 LBS.

The three hostesses presented I C M. Mitchell of Talla- Colley, and Comer Ferryman
Mrs. Andrews with an appropriategift has ee. Little Joan DInkins and Mrs. J. P. Burns of Atlanta, Ga These Young People will be ac -

as a memento of the occasion Martha Jane Wainwright of Tulle house guest of Miss Mlna MananR companied by the pastor, the Rev I
I and Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennllle Chase & Sanborn GRAPE
Mrs. Eunice Wilson, will act as flower girls. Frank Robinson.

tendant, was also presented with I assee Graham Sale of Valdosta, Ga.. G.\ Duncan, Ga., house, were guest given of Mrs.liner K 'This Camp is an annual affair COFFEE, lb. 21 C PRESERVES, 2 lbs. 20CLEANSER

a gift brother of the prospective bridegroom andkerchiefa as mementoes of the of the Jacksonville District, under _
Mrs. Inman, as district manager,, will act as best man andthe the direction of the Board of
presented flowers to Mrs. Andrews ushers will be W. H. Graham,, ccaslon. Christian Education of the Flor- SMARTY DOG
bridge, a delightful
and Mrs. L. I). Green, toast- ot Starke, Waller Whitlock olladlson Following ida Conference. IOC lOe
two course luncheon was enjoyed 3 FOR FOOD 3 for
master of the dinner. To Mrs. ]!, Jack Sale of Quitman, Those present to enjoy Mrsernberg's Miss Margaret :Turner, Lake ,

Volley McKinney Junior counselor Ga.! brother of Mr. Sale, and Alton hospitality were: Mrs land, Director of the Conference
Mrs. Inman gave a box oi even and L. J. Parham of Tailsassee will
work -
A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beasley,, Young People's supervise TALL FANCY
dusting powder. In her presentation the and Mr. Frank RobInson 15c
Mrs. M. F. camp
rrs. O. L. Hayens. 5
of the gifts she thanked the Beautiful nuptial selections will Brown. Mrs T. T. Long, Mrs. D. ( will act as Dean of the MILK, Can: C LEMONS, Doz.

officers for their splendid cooper- be played by Mrs. L. A. Cunova.Irs. P.' Carpenter Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Camp. These Young people will _

aton during the year. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. W. MItis Mlna Manaasa Mrs. Eugene return Saturday and will give a Pure 5 LBS.

Between the main course and inderson., Jr., will be the soloists L., Matthews, Mrs. J. P. Burns otAtlanta report of the camp at their even Creamery 17c

dessert course a business meeting Immediately following the ceremony : ; and Mrs. Roy Smith ofTennUle .ing meeting on Sunday. ROLL BUTTER, lb. 27c RICE
was held. Mr. and Mrs Sapp, purenti Ga. .

Eighteen guests were present to of the bride-elect, will entertain ,I Scout Mothers Show

enjoy the evening with the three at a reception In the Woman's' Elected JEWELL PILLSBURY
1\11"s. Andrews Appreciation to 69c
Club building.
-- --A [ -.- District Vice-President Mr. and Mrs. Robinson LARD, lb. 9c FLOUR, 24 lbs.

Mrs. McRae[ EntertainsFor Baptist Circles to Meet Thirty-one members of the Mothers of members of Boy "

3 Children Circles No. 2 and 3 of the Bap- tarke Grove of the Woodman I Scout Troop 70 were hostesnea PLENTY SODA

1 tIt! Missionary Society will meet Circle and Juniors of the Forest !I Friday night when they entertained 15c
Mrs. B. E. Mcltae entertained attended the Northeast District 20c
Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. in the Legion Home with an FRYERS lb. CRACKERS 2 Ibs
Monday afternoon at her_home on invention of the Woodman Circle I ,
Circle No.2, Mrs. H. L. Browne Informal party in honor of Scoutmaster -
Cherry St., with a children's partyIn leader, will meet with MI'.. A. In i Jacksonville last Friday. Frank Robinson and Mrs. -
honor of her son, Barney and state j
Mm. W. L. Andrews,
J. Grlffls and Mrs. Chambers atthe Robinson. Quantities of Summer GRITS CORNED
two daughters, Vivian and Mar- I luMcian, waa elected tilfltrict 15c
home of the former. Circle OR20c
flowers were attractively arrangedIn
ian, who celebrated their tenth Ice-president. Mrs. Eunice WIl80n MEAL, BEEF Can
No. 3, Mrs. H. L. Hough leikder. floor baskets and large vases. ,
eighth, and seventh birthday anniversaries I walt elected district attendant,
will meet with Mrs.V.. B. Alex- Mrs. E. K. Ferryman chairmanof
respectively. nder Circle No. 1, Mrs. L. 0. and Mrs. Volley McKinney, junior the committee, a't
After playing many games out I mnselor.Immediately. program gave Parkway Tea 4 LBS.
Powell leader has been postponed before I5c25c
brief -
introductory presenting
on the lawn the guests were In- following the buslsa With GlassNorthern 19 '
afternoon. July 10, C BANANAS
until :Monday the program. She told of
vited Into the dining room where sa meeting, Mrs. Vonda Inman, I
at which time Mrs. T K. ilc- some of the work that Mr. RobInson -
they served refreshment 2nd vlce-
were and
lane will be hostess. Circle No. manager has and told I'
fruit punch and cake. I >e!ldent of the state presented I Ia accomplished or Baby PATNA
leader has
iced 4,, Mrs L A Canova i>f the parents' appreciation for
The three birthday of dahlia to Mrs. Andiwa
in white and topped with ten, also been postponed until Monday, I bouquet In recognition of the honor his work with the boys. Mra.erryman \ Lima Beans, 5 lbs. 20c RICE, 5 Ibs.
July 10. Circle No. 4 will meetwith then presented the
eight, and seven pink candles, her. '
''beBtowed upon -
the Mrs. Ralph Cox at Kingsley Scoutmaster who gave an mterest- -__-
were attractively arranged on
Lake at six o'clock. ng talk on the alms of scouting. f fI
dining table. Vases of Summer Varncs-llarpe------ I 50-50
introduced F SNAP
using his talk he
flowers added further charm to
the room. ethodist[ Circles Christian Church Society I I Frank Robinson III, Junior Assistant SCRATCH 1.85 CORN 1.00

Mrs. McRae was assisted In Circles of the Woman's Society I Iof Miss Louise Elizabeth Harper Enos Hayes Senior Patrol E E EE

serving and entertaining her Christian Service of the MethOOlst and Curtis Varnes. both of Samp- eader; George Flynn Scribe; andlrch

guests by Geraldine Silcox, Carrie Church will meet Monday I son L City, were quietly married Thomas, Leonard Smith. I forD
and Eleanor Bennett, and Doris afternoon at three-thirty o'clock. onday afternoon by N D. Walnwrlgbt -,, like Dew, and Othma Haynes, Peanut Hay and We have everything

Sllcox. Circle Number One will meet with Jr., notary of public at Patrol leaders. C. H. Naaworthy, 1

About twenty-five young folks Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Circle Number bl. office in Starke. They will I president of the Rotary Club, Molasses. 00 your D

were present to enjoy the after- Two will meet with Mrs Hogan make their home at Sampson Roy Mathews, and Eugene L. Picnic Basket

With the three honorees. Smith, at Sampson City. where Mr. V rnc. is a fanner. Matthews were also Introduced by

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>,: Canova P. E. Canova III of, Jacksonville Jr., and son Paul Mr and Mrs H. A... Lawson and Mr and Mrs. E. Q. Garrick of I Mr. and Mrs -Alton -Revel- ). Mr. -XOTICK- TO-- mows"- -

1 were family and Mrs: Julia Lawson I Philadelphia Pa., were guests' and Mrs. L. J. Parham all ofTallahnBR..e
guests All widows
II Saturday of Mrs P. E. spent Sunday In Lake Butler with last week of Mrs. Garrick's broth- and Wailer \Mhltlock with children In
Bits of Canova. I school are hereby notified to call
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ,
Register. er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. of Madison will arrive Sunday to at office of County Superintendent
L. S. Hutto en route from a vaca- attend the
Sapp-Sale wedding
J. H. Hall of Tampa Is the on Saturday July 1. 1039 and
Mrs. George Inman and daughter tion In St. Petersburg.
Monday evening. Mr. Revell Mr.
I guest this week of his son and Janet are visiting relativesin make necessary application
I IDeal Nev I I daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Macon. Ga. Mr. Inman I Parham and Mr. Whitlock are to A. J. GR1FFIS CountySuperintendent.
''H. Hall. joinedhis Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Norton act as groomsmen. I' .
A'j wife and daughter this week. stopped here Sunday for a brief .

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND visit with Mrs. Sallie Tison and -
CONCERNING All members of Starke Mr. and Mrs J. K. Stezler of '
Groveof Mrs. E. M. Davis returned to Rubber
Mrs Florrie Wills. They were on stamps stapling machines
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Woodman Circle please pay her home here Sunday from the their way to their home in Tampa Laurens, S. C? will arrive Sunday 'I at the Bradford County Tele-

dues to Mrs L. S. Hutto before Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville from the World's Fair. for visit with Mrs. W E. graph.

Saturday. where she had her tonsils removed. Torode at Kingsley Lake and to

0 Mr. and Mrs. Moe Lawrence of attend_,__ the Sapp-Sale weddingMonuny I
-- Air.. ana Mrs H. A. Lawson The Rev. W. T. McGuIre spent Grlifin Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. night, Alter me weddingMr
made a business trip Mrs L. L. King or Orlando was spent In and Mrs. Settler will visit
peek Friday Jacksonville cele-
L, Wednesday, In",,,Lake Butler assisting Clarence NuasbaunV of Jacksonville PAXSON'SSALE
the guest last week-end of Mr. with Mr. and Mrs.. W.
brating their B.
eleventh Mundy
f Ocala( MondayJjlrfl wedding an- in ordaining' Jake Thomas as will arrive Sunday to spend!
and Mrs. J, T. before
Quigley. niversary. returning to their home.
a mlnlsteylrr tWj Christian Church. the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. B.
I* A. Davis spent Jacobs at Klngsley Lake

day, in Jacksonville. Bathing .units for the entire Betty Ann and Sue Burks of Just receivedft New nunimer let jour school supplies, Including -

family at Stump's. Griffin, Ga., arrived Saturday fora frockspa'ettyas a picture" at Mr and Mrs. John Uglow are pencil paper all ilenorlplloim. -

I, and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent visit here with Mr. and Mrs. S. Stump's-.only:'&8r. In Jacksonville where they will Rim hut, overalls and girls'. of FineQuality

sday'l In Jacksonville. Mrs. J. F. Kelly of DeLand is A. Weldon. spend the week-end with Mr. and dresses lit Slump's.

--- the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Roberts has returnedto Mrs R. L McDowell. They were Shoes
Mrs. W. Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennllle, her home In Tallahassee after
L and Mrs James Lamb spent L. Andrews.! accompanied there Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs H L. Brownleeand
Ga., is the guest of her brother- spending two weeks here with her Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward.
Jacksonville I daughters Miss Brownlee oNE .
Mary (
week in-law -
and sister Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Pauline Anders of Lawteywas parents Mr. and Mrs. R. R Pre- -- and Madge Brownlee, will
K. G. Duncan. vatt. ,, ,., of the loveliest styles
Mr and Mrs. L. G.
lfr Mrs. W. B. Mundy the overnight guest Tuesdayof leave tomorrow ,for New Orleans
and in Jacksonville. Miss Vonda Inman. Mm Orle Wiggins and children, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. In Carry Spring and Sun ...r
t Monday Stump's Store will he open un- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Llghtfoot Bobby and Peggy Ann and Miss I Hugh Itrownlce. Miss Brownlee color. Ml pairs of real beauty
til noon on July 4th. Special and Mr. and Mrs. George DeBorde Frances Hemingway are enjoyinga I
tTo Jones and family Isom Ogden of Pompano was | will leave New Orleans Monday and fine quality
Hrs. the prices on men's straw hats summer of Miami were guests last weekof two weeks' vacation in Kllzabethtpwn i 1 for
I In Jacksonville. guest last week-end of Mr. Louts Mo., where she has
U t Tuesday ( pant, and dress, shirt. the Rev. and Mrs.\ ,A. E. Light- and N\ C. '
; .
.. > rv \ )tnd Mrs. E. J. Bowling; ;. I accepted a position. Paradise
!Is thewgue t Ik i ....iin'TT...,,'j ..u, 1I 1- .... foot. : ---- .. .
Slmmona ------
i. j. L.W Home In Miami: Mr.' and Mrs.1 'chard' Kldd and Mr. and Mrs W. B. Alexander Paul Knight, who )has spent( the I John Williams, young son of Natural
p I BridgeRhythmStep
f frs. and Miss Wilma Alexander were ; Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff and
son, Richard in: spent Saturday past two weeks with his parents. Dewey Williams, has returned
i visiting relatives in Waldo Sun- two sons, Mack and Pat, of Jack-
Col. and Mrs. D. E. left *
afternoon Knight
L Anderson was a businesstor in Jacksonville. I from St. Lukes Hospital In Jack-
day afternoon. sonville were guests Sunday of
for New York
Wednesday City.
sonville where he underwent
Jacksonville Tuesday. another -
In I
Mrs. W. Mrs. R. A. Green at Kingsley He will spend the remainder of *
E. Torode Mlsa Jac- operation In an attempt to Forest Park
The Rev. W. T. McGuIre returned Lake.
Pint clues Kodak finishing queline Andrews and E. J. Rob- Saturday from Orlando where the summer at Atlantic Beach L. I restore to him the use of his right

Hoover' Bros. Studio. erts spent Tuesday in St. George, I. leg Injured during a baseball
k umlce he attended the wedding of his Miss Lillian Sternberg has returned -
Ga. I game six months ago. Friends $5-$6.95 and $7.50
granddaughter.Mr. to her home after enjoyinga
Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere and i
G B. Flynn and Mrs. T J. son here who have watched the recovery -
'a. visit in Wallace. N. C.. as the
In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harwell Pltner, have returned to their efforts of this plucky
19 spent Saturday and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of guest of Mr. and Mrs H. C. young
home here after sometime
of Alachua were guests Monday spending fellow wish him all kinds of good
Palatka were guests Sunday of Brown. In In N. C.. and Georgia. -
of the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- I points luck.
Mrs. Varnedoe's Mr. and $393ALL
parents accompanied home
foot. They were .
|rs J D Doyle of Mrs. W. P. Smith. Miss Myrtle Mae Surrency has by Dr. Vandivlere, who will visit
I Remington portable typewriters
of her
a recent guest mother returned to her home In Tampa
Gill. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto will here. at the Bradford County Telegraph SIZES
Fay Mrs. Sallie Tison leaves Sun- after a visit here with her uncle
leave Saturday for a ten-day va
day to spend the remainder of the and aunt, Mr. and Mrs P. M.
frrs, R F Prather of Jennings cation in North and South Caro Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of
summer in Tampa with Mr. andMi's. Barefoot.Mr. .
is the guest of her mother lina. N. N. Norton. I Tallahassee arrived yesterday for ATTENTION: KAUMRKSNil. : NEW{ ARRIVALS
a visit with Mrs. Mitchell's mother -
Fay Gill and Mrs. Herbert Cart- 14 Smooth" (inlv. Kl."ll.l.
-- Miss Mamie Anderson of Archeris hats reducedat and Martha of MI's.V.. E. Torode at Kings- Wins for I..... .......... Ho.About for theWORLD'S
All ladles daughter
Madison the the guest of her brotherinlawand I summer wright I ley Lake. Mrs. Mitchell is an at- ::13: ft. In a P"...... lit rolls
Sale of spent
Store. You must lookyow' Miami overnight guests Wed- .. ..
Juy Stump's were nh.xil UNI ll> Per lb. in 1H m htinlv. FAIR
of Mr.J sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. tendant In the Sapp-Sale wedding .
the guest .
nd here as bent on the 4th. nesday of the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. I Hrrrrn Wire iltfcn .fI. fl.li'
B. Davis. I Monday night. \ ''i>i>rr llroni* 4tiye.
Llghtfoot. New On..-...... ..1..... :'Ii... O fl.INt
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh r !So. Nn.lhrIlrsdqunrl.rs 12 New "Mtyies for jour

rompt sen-Ice In Kodak finish- Mrs. L. D. Vining will spend of Williston are guests of their Mrs. J. L. Briggs and daughter Mrs. R. L. Kemp has returned II for Tarpaulin* Stuart Travel Outfit .
at Ilwnrr Hros. Studio. I next week in Dublin Ga., with her will to her home here after spending All .!.... n'"N'. romplrtr with
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Betty of Jacksonville spendthe some time In Oviedo with relatives. Tlfi Hi.r__!. ..*. Mbar steer In PitXMon'i Quality and Fitting -

BIBS Helen Steel of Gainesville Joiner. Mrs. C. G. Priest. Judge Fourth and of Mrs.July A.week-end Z. Adkins with at I Friends of Mrs.she Kemp has will recovered be glad I pnportlon.L4')2' oN P.t I'i'r Assures You An Enjoyable -
to learn that
| the guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall, Mis. Kenneth Klngsley Lake. in I ".;OM lim" U.....* .'.1... mud Trip.
after tosllectomy
J R Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendon I Harrington. Miss Edna Hutto, undergoing a ......la111' for ... ftonth.. 'Tim
of Jacksonville were guests Sun- Oviedo recently. 5.1.5191 mill proved ..((.(.rtorr.
Tillman and Oliver Hutto spent Mrs Lloyd King of Orlando and AI".".. nvallnhlf In ..Iliin run,
r and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and day of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- Thursday in Jacksonville. Dr. John :McNelll of Glasgow, .II ..ul..... per ..!. 1111.13.
Mr and Mrs. W and $5 to $6.95"Walk
E. Hayes
ily have moved to their sum- worthy. Scotland and Chicago were guests Pure ..1..*...l Oil. I>N.* per *.!..
children Enos and Betty, spent .
or In roar one eonlitlnrr HOci p r
home on Kingsley Lake. Charles Seropulos and Joe Rebecca Sunday and Monday of Mr. and in Jacksonville visitingMr. Kill Inn.Knvc .
Miss Isabel Fernandez has returned Sunday I
of Detroit Michigan were Mrs. J. T. Quigley. non-lnt-law that roof whh04)51. iito" .
rs. V B Harrell and childrent to her home here from of Mr and Mrs.L. __ and Mrs. "Hayes' .....1.. a.p..11 a.be.t.flllyd .. ..
guests Frank Rhodes, who was seriously llqulil Hoof Onirnt. 'Ilirnt ...
last Thursday In Gainesville Havana, Cuba, where she was an O. Jones and family. Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and accident while at roof rimtlnir rrit...11... of
;iests of Mrs. George Taylor. English Instructor in a private daughter, Martha are spendingthis Injured In an .....-.. > work last week. on with n tarsi bruah or mop.
school. :Mrs. W. H. Carter of Jackson- week In Jacksonville. with \on't run wont ......-... n .nl.ilrunm .
fcr. and Mrs Edwin Torode an- ville and Mrs. W. S. Freeman of Mrs. Landrum's parents Mr. and Col. and Mrs W. H. Nollmnn I ...HII. i

Vce the arrival of a 9 1-2- See the new Summer mesh Gos- Tallahassee were weekend guestsof Mrs J. F. Roberts. and Uettle Jane and Thmi :iml. of plans( nt Hut'IngTrier

|d boy William E. Torode in, sord Corsets and combinations at Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop -- Catherine daughters were recent guests of n I

I Thursday Stump's. -- .- -- Mrs. K. G Duncan and her Mrs. Nollman's mother Mrs. S. HUCI'MIS WOIIH> COMPANY'llill : :' l7'V.' Forsythe St.

Mr. and Mrs Olin White, :Miss house guest, Mrs. Roy Smith of JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
left Monday .
F. Hamrlck. They : M. Kornyth. N.. ... .1-IAiMI: : i
Carolyn White Mrs. J. W. White I Tennllle Ga. attended a luncheonIn
for Highlands N C, for the remainder fni'kiuiiitlllr, .'10..
NAT SEZ: Miss Kate Struth and Judge E. K. Lake Butler Monday given by of the summer.Mrs. I

Perryman attended the funeral Mrs. Marcus Howard.
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If this weather It a Rumple of services of L C Prescott in I. J. Strange and daughter (' 0N.RATULATiONS!

S what we are going to get this Gainesville Monday afternoon. I II II II j I Mrs. I.). I'. Carpenter and Mrs. I Miss Minnie Strange; of Jack-
summer I think I'll move out to T. T. Long will spend sonville and Miss Blanche Cun-

Home nudist colony. If what I I I Tuesday in Baxley, Ga., as guestsof ningham, of Sanford were guests ON TMK' DKVKLOI'MKNT; : ANI MUt'CKMS: OI' TIM! M1.\TK

5 hear about the Indifference of the their brother-in-law and 'sister. I|I Sunday of J. F. Kickllter andMisses STATIC KAUMKItH MAltKKT

clerk in the Jacksonville' stores Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade. Esther and Ruth Strange
Is correct some of you folks who UJfUIT'flDSWANTKO at Kingsley Lake.
Lord Mrs. W. A. .
there sure Mrs. J. H. ,
do a heap of trading up ----- ---- ---- ---- --------
can take It. A few or liens up Bonham and her house guest Mrs. i

there do call you honey when I f George Thomas of Charleston i

they wait on you, hut they don'tmean "RE SURE Wiest Virginia, were visiting in''

It. I may not call you honey Gainesville last Wednesday. EVERYBODY.i I II

but I can be a whole lot sweeter. I I II
I II I Mrs. D. E Knight Paul Knight,
: 10 BUY Cows and and Merry Beth Knight spent the !

Summer-Long Play day hogs. Market f r!..'. paid on !Ml I week-end in Lakeland with Mrs. '

A grades. J D ODOM box: 247,f I Knight's broth'!r-ln-law and sister

hen You Walk in"Barges"edetles Starke Fla. 331lyr.p ,, Mr. and Mrs Charles Larsen. i ii i I

Beautiful line of curliilns, all "
varieties Puerto Rico sweet potato ...
f1" LINE OFSummer vines $2 per thousand and ('olorH.1..0 window ..Iutd. any ,,\

Hlze. Suunp's| Store.Mrs. ,
strawberry plants

$2.50 per thousand. Any amount. and children
Dave Turner '
LEON DICANDIO Rt. 2, box: I"i'
returned Mon.
and Dorothy Bryant
.e'd 254 Starke. Fla 3-26 4tp
day to thelj home in Ft. Lauder- I" d r

FOR SAL.K ('l1E.tl'-over one dale after enjoying a visit here as 1 -li

million Improved variety MIsslonary guests of Mr and Mrs. W; A. Ben- .

.VI b Cotton Frocks strawberry plants, by sent, Sr.

the bed or by the thousand. See

Millard R. Judd Starke, Florida. Dr. and Mrs W. E. Middletonand

6mo.p granddaughter, Marjorie Sue

$1.98 to $3.95Sizes Middleton of Jacksonville have returned -
FARM: FOR SALE--40 acres land after upending several

34 acres cleared and stumped days at their camp near Brunswick -
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8 acres new bottom land. Splen- --
52 ,
12 to
did cropper house good well of

water, nice pair of mules, farm- Mrs. R. A. Green and son ROb-

ing tools. Cole planter mowing ert Alexis and Mrs. H. L. Speer'

machine good single wagon, 30 of Pahokee were guests last Saturday Now that our State Farmers' Market Is a glorious reality, let's all

\ t head fine hogs, full good crop if of Mr Green's parents I "(lig in" and make the most of the great opportunities offered by the
place. Will cheap Y. A. Harris in
on Mrs.
,, e1,, LadiesBathing I sold at once. Part cash some Gainesville.Mr.Mr. and I fertile soil of Bradford County. Yes, It will take hard work but thank

terms. See D G Kelly, Starke heaven our people have never been afraid ut that. It will take cooperation -

li VI" )\i i sole rhe is!hick the crepe most $JiiE I Fla. P. O. Box: 683. 6-21 and Mrs A. L. Spencer Katie and and the fact that we can cooperate was shown by the way
and Misses
comfortable I WANTED Mid<.lle-aged white daughter. Alice, of Jacksonvillewere in which we worked for our market. It will take pluck, and patienceand
and Ruby Fugate
"8 vou-ve tramped on. That new I woman as housekeeper. Apply guests Sunday of Mr and perseverance but we believe the people: of Bradford County
Kickllter, Starke
wed-up look is smartest. ColorseSummer's Mrs. L.V. It Mrs. J. F. Colley and MIN Virginia possess all these good qualities, and many more no we're betting on 1

R:1Vesr.: Washabl...,too! I Fla. Fugate. a the future. Don't let us down .

Suits HELP WANTED New religious
SHARKSKIN magazine needs circulation Miss L'Etta Corpening, who has tI

builders. Good contract to willIng been attending Montreal Junior I

Slack workers For Informationwrite College In Montreat.< N. C., arrived
Suits Wool and Lastex I The Gospel Messenger, Monday to spend the summer EDWARDS SERVICE J. M. ALVAREZ

Beautiful Lawtey, Fla. "P with her uncle and aunt, Senator STATIONBEASLEY&GAY
| and Mrs. C. E. Johns

$ 95ua'ity up vines grown from fresh Georgia Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long Mrs.

draws. John Diggs. 1 1-4 miles F. A. Canova and daughters, Mary SERVICE STATION

north of Starke on Road 13 (on Ann and Carolyn, all of Gainesville MILK


variety daughters. Elizabeth, Ellen, and BREAD _
Sheila, of The Hague Holland
Porto Rico sweet potato .
J1.25 per Missionary and Miss Martha Brownlee COOKS STORE Made With AH flutter Shortening;
thousand Ernest Roebuck of Jacksonvillewere
*2.60 per
) Thursday of Mr. and
the bed.-r-Lon:
thousand or by
Dicandio. Box 254 Route !>. Mrs. J, !L Bro-vrnlce at Klagsley

SUrke. Fla. -3
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turned to Brooker from where she parents, Mr. and 1>Irs. Ellery -"
FLA. FARMERS The State Is in line with the Ends 3rd. Year VANDERBILT COUIIKCTION:
national poll, which revealed that I Miss Vclmn Norman, Cor. will drive to Gainesville every day Sapp. Green's Through error ,rh.. name

LIKE LOCAL in 35 States over half of the farmers ", ..- to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and the list of Store was "nutted troll w!

take a weekly paper. ". Mrs. Lloyd Edwards of Starke :MIss Iris Sapp of Jacksonvillewas family of Heilbronn were visiting for the Fourth contrtbut'll's to the fun4:

PAPERS The survey was conducted to :. was the week-end guest of her the week-end guest of her I' Mrs Sarah Alvarez Sunday. at the Farmers'of July, eetebtallon

Washington P. C.-That Florida determine farming practices in parents, Mr and Mrs. Ury Red- --Market.
learn ==--
the use of fertilizer and to --
farmers are on their toes and
the sources of information dish.Mr.
more than keeping pace with the Six and Mrs. Clyde Johns have
farmers use and rely upon.
news of a swiftly moving world In J ,moved to Jacksonville where they
hundred and fifty men asked
their communities well to make their home.
own as as -I plan
000 farmers in 35 states 25 questions -
In national and world affairs, is '
of vital importance to agri I Mr and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael
disclosed by a survey made by culture. and family of Ocala were visitingMr. 4a
The National Fertilizer Association of and Mrs. H. L. Norman and
of the reading habits! of more According to a recent study family Sunday.
than 32,000 farmers. The survey contents of papers farmers read, I
F. M. Norman and son, isvy,
reports that 53 percent of Florida general news, although demanded, ..
.: were in Jacksonville on business
farmers take a weekly newspaper. does not take the place of neigh- Saturday. 'i
'W: '{"
borhood and personal news which ': '\ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and
VISIT is of prime interest to farmer ; ., little son. Marlon, of Worthington
readers. Weekly newspapers, with t.. Springs were visiting relatives ,,
and .; ;,,
their facilities for gathering '
: here
& THICK SHOPI'E intimate local news, fill "
printing; ; $ "" Miss Ruth Alvarez, who is at- ),
: 011 : 1y ias
121 W. Bay St. this requirement and therefore '" ,. ,
J''', .. tending school in Gainesville, ;: 1 a ;
Jacksonville, Florida hold an increasing popularity ...;_' 'J_I spent the week-end with her !
among rural readers.IONS _mothpr___n_', _Mra.___. _SArah_____ .Alvarez.______ ___ V \1Nh Al'FiK.1 y n i 1 !
T. K. )lcCLt\N tJ. Jit. Mr. and Mrs. J. It Rosier and ., ay ri I

.. No agricultural edition of the family of Woodlawn were visiting i,
L T Telegraph would be complete relatives here Sunday. rnt w
without a picture of Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby and
County's genial farm agent, T. K. son William, of Rising were visiting
McClane, Jr., who will, by the )fr. and Mrs. Frank Norman '
middle of next month, have com- Sunday.

pleted his third year of service Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Connerof Rising attended church at

here.That thee! three years have Water Oak Sunday. ts
IT'S AN OVERWORKED WORD, been busy and productive ones can Mrs. Russell Norman has re-

BUT STILL IT'S THE ONLY be seen from this partial reviewof An "OK!" That Means Plenty To You
WAY I KNOW TO EXPRESS MY the work accomplished by his !
office during that period
A total of $21,000 paid to farm- You're probably thinking of getting your car ready for a
era under the Soil busy driving You
Conservation season. want the motor checked-battery
TilE SUCCESS OF OUR STATE Program; 23,000 head of swine DIRECTORY filled-proper lubrication-brakes tested. Maybe you're

FARMERS MARKET. MAY IT vaccinated for cholera and plague; considering having the dents straightened or those worn
4-H Clubs reorganized at Starke, tires replaced. That's all well. You
CONTRIBUTE TO THE PROS- very should do these
PERITY OF EVERY ONE. numerous Lawtey, Hampton demonstrations, and Brooker conducted -; things if you expect to drive economically and safely. But

on tobacco grading and blue The drink don't just let "anybody" tune-up your car! Protect yourself
by giving it to someone who has the
mold control; cooperation in the experience and equip-
establishment of a State Farmers' pi1L that ment to do a thorough; satisfactory job. Someone who can

Market, and cooperative cotton give "an O. K. that means plenty to you !"Conway's Service

C. A. KNIGHTTax gin; establishment of a pecan everybodyknows Station.
auction (the first In Florida) with .1 I
Collector Bradford County. gross receipts of $15,000 to farmers -
Equipped To Do A-l
the first In Intersection Roads
year. addition to 13 & 43Conway's
these services, Mr. McClane con- 5ctDOT.
ducted tho county agent's usual r
routine of duties of assisting the

growers with their livestock, COCA-COLA CO. Service StationAMOCO
SPEND THE FOURTH AT poultry, and general truck cropsNO'flnn .


Tampa, The Florida State .
Road Department has already set
FREE BARBECUE AT NOON aside $145,000: to start work this CARPENTER'SThe

ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY year on a free bridge across Rexall Store
Tampa Bay from Tampa to Pinel-
24 ROUNDS OF BOXINGMAIN IllS County, if the War Department
grants a permit for.its construc- PLUMBINGPrompt
tion. Service at,
MEXICAN. _n ___ WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION .- Reasonable Prices
BOUT 3 P. M. I
; Jacksonville, -- Florida has the C. M.. RITCH -

SWIMMING CONTESTS distinction of having the largest

_ FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN Young Democrat Club in the .. ... -.............--... -

United States upon a per capita

DANCING basis as the result of the recent

FROM: 11'. :M. TILL MIDNIGHT MUSIC BY Young Democratic Week membership

RUSSELL WISE AND HIS HAND program, it was stated here

by Robert M. Avent, State presi-
-- Free Tables For Picnic Parties -
dent of the Young Democratic

BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR Clubs. "In enrolling a total of
A COOL. ENJOYABLE: the Leon County Young Democratthe

FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONAT Leon County Young Democrat ,. ..
Club under the leadership of Its '.,"
president Al.) B. Block, of Tallahassee "
.: ;:J'
set a national record," said .. ,
Road 28 to Lake Butler, Then Road 49 To Half Price! Ivory plate "In- II I

Worthington formal 100 for 91 (envelopes

., /. ..Springs. .' .. Included), usually! 50 for $1.-
.. -. ',. ", . Ilrndforil County Telrgrapb.
-- - -


Fuel is giving me the most economical and satisfactory wate..
.. heating service I have ever experienced.. E
.".,,'"" Sparks
\ "I am delighted with
my Green's Fuel equipment and find that the com

;.,'.,.\ ., pany gives excellent ervlce.-lUrs. D. P. Carpenter

Beneath the brilliant styling of ONLY V-8 ENGINES "I am experiencing the quickest and cleanest cooking service possible
I ta.?, low.priced with Green's Fuel.-.. C, .\. Knight

I this year's Ford cars are ad- car smoother, more responsive, more fttn to drive. J jI 'In addition to extreme
economy, kitchen
my and restaurant are much
I vantages of special cooler since installing Green's
HIGH GAS MILEAGE 8, .P.Fordv.8a Noegel, Owner Court House Cafe

to folks who use their cars tau year's Gilmore-Yosemite Economy Rua showed "The service rendered by Green's Fuel has Proven to be> economical and

hard beet gasoline mileage of all leading low-priced cars. satisfactory In every way."-Mrs. L. A. Carlo,'"
advantages that only
"I am more than
Ford owners get at this price. ONLY STABILIZED CHASSIS-only.F eider being without it.Jir pleased with T. Olsen Green'8 Owner Fuel Service Orange and Blosaon> would Cafean7. not con

Before low-priced car with full Torque-tube drive, 4 radius ,'
I you decide on your new rod, and use Green's Fuel
transverse spring Best roadability on rough ... UsfactoEt8ranBe I find it to be economIcal
., -<, "
car drive a Ford V-81 rods, lean sidesway on turns,no"squatting"starts or .r .4: every way. -Mrs. Charley E. Johns
bobbing ::..
tops. "I have found .
t L : ':'; -," Fuel to be very economical and satisfactory
.. 1\1r8. T. K. McClane, Jr
) .
,..-.-- -- -BIGGEST HYDRAULIC BRAKES y" :, .

put oo a low-priced car 12"drums, 162 square inches ;"
total braking surface. For extra stopping power and
extra bog brake lining life: These expressions from just a few of our many satisfied in Bradford
an idea of the great favor with which Green's Fuel is rneetinaTnth County will give "'

""J. in this area is one that we are very proud of and we wish to take this community Our record of sere'

THIS IS THE YEAR TO GO ation for the pleasant relations we have enjoyed with our customers here mean since of expressing our aPPrec

If you are.still undecided d about installing Green's Fuel in your home our service was instituted
who is enJoYing this instantaneous, odorless gas.\Ve are perfectwiin just ask your nearest neiflhbe'

.r hands of our satisfied customers for we know their opinion is the finest to leave our interests In tht
recommendation u'e could hat:'

i We Take Pleasure In Congratulating The
of Bradford
County Upon
The Success of Their State Farmers' Market.


723 W. University Ave.
Phone 1088PAGE




E EIGhIT _-- __ .- I -. PKADFORD-- __. COUNTY- -- TEUCOKAm.- ." .STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30. 1939!
-- '-- --

THE LETTER BOXLawtey 1 J ;:i ._ ; ;' Fin/f

__ ,
Fin. railroad
train is not a horrible
June 21, 1939 monster just because a few dear
a..yr'' ;,,i k Dead Editor: old sisters tucked away in mountain r
ar We want to thank you for that retreats still refuse to board I- -f
splendidly brave and frank edit one. Now, after Mr. Roosevelthas
orialWe'd vote for Roosevelt so definitely proven that he
for. Third Term."
possesses a heart "Full of the
p 6 r''fy RYC last a few nights after reading milk of human kindness"; after
your article, I listened to Senator he has achieved\ so much of good
Burke rant against Third term for the nation as a whole since
'because It would be against our the whole world can see that he
traditions and because It would hasn't a particle of selfishness: in i
endanger our Democracy" his make-up, I refuse to believe:, ve ur---
& My answer to the first would be that the lIon Mr. Burke is really M ui >&
d I do lace !_
that If Washington, Jefferson and afraid that our president would I II New additional D0P ,Pbeautilld -
( k Jackson could step Into the scene change into u Dictator If elected I I Two-tone Froeter Blue Refrig;.
today they'd doubtless change for another term. Wertlnghou.e! De\phlnl\1m ,Ind\1dcII one.MUn '
their minds about many things; When Mr. Roosevelt took over 1 orator Set,all matching; Dilbel 01Vitrilled
Fswr;ti titl they were men of vision and action the reins of government, he was: Butter Dish:twO Fool Saver 2quart '
but, they lived In Horse and China Ovenware:
confronted by the most stupendous round
Buggy Days, while we live In the F.q\1lpment
1 Automobile task that has ever faced any of Water Server only. NOWIn
Age; even these grand mod "
1'J', m"n of the Long Ago set a pre our presidents with the possible ilbi priced -Sh*" at nO utra price
cedent once In awhile, for Instance, exception: of Woodrow Wiliton. the"ltconomY
Andrew Jackson Introduced the Hank failures had numbered thousands -
Spoils System which has caused
during Hoover's administration -
trouble and hard feelings ever
since. Which only goes to prove and the whole banking sys- SEE THIS
.r that they were only human like tem was on the verge of collapse.
; .,..r '
- Y (' '\ us, and like us, made mistakes. Alarming fall In prices called torcurrt'ncy
: \ |In those days, two terms was long expansion. There were gaHeccfleeiaI"Economysix"
enough to complete and carry outa
from seventeen to twenty thousands -
program. There was only a
handful of people compared to the unemployed men. The above

I present day, and Washington's a are only a few of the problemsfor
small job beside Roosevelt's. him to work out. To the

Now, If Mr. Burke really wantsto deep chagrin of the labor exploiters c18
I .
1 ) stick to Tradition, and do the the economic dictators, and ..
rtay thing just like Washington and the propogandlsts he has made
Jefferson, why does he insist up- wonderful strides, but such a tre- Let ui ihow you this; 1939 streamlined refrigerator .
on writing into the Constitution a mendous job cannot be completedIn with these big Westinghouse features: I
k one-term, six-year law? Oh, In- eight short years. If it hadn'tbet'n All-iteel, turret-top cabinet; durable white
consistency, thou art not a jewel! for men and women of Imag- Dulux finish; fast-freeainj SnnnMoy Frostcr: ;
I Why, the thing, he is supposed to ination and vision who were: willing Porcelain Food Liner end M{curt a Door Liner:; -.$Z'' .
be Is stunt, If New9-PointTempcrutur : .ulator10'ai.; I
defending ; new to try something new under
ded shelf area (now 1289 Cft..); t lull. ;iH r
|you please. Let's stick to 18th the sun, we wouldn't have any- ECONOMIZER Sealed-mM, chm' "- i '
century traditions! thing worth while to-day. Let ua by Westinghouse S'Year Prc." i
It's a strange thing how moat thank God that there are still $152.50
of us are so afraid of anything. those who "Dream dreams and see
1 new Just because so many people visions" and that our President Is QUIGLEY DAVIS
A VISION OF LOVLINESS I are yet afraid to ride in an airplane one of these. Let us elect him In
is no reason to consider 1940! (If be is nominated.)
Wouldn't you like to see this dream of an evening gown >the invention a bad thing; and the -Mrs. J. D. Overstreet. STARKE, FLORIDAFARiVIERS .

on me of our dashing brunettes-about-town, such as Doshla I -
Smith or Clara Flume? Of ccjurse you would, if you have '
any white linen trimmed with English embroidery and '! :Liii

tied up with baby-pink ribbons The cutout work is better )
known as eyelet embroidery and is a veval from grand-
mother's day. The outfit was featured In a recent issue ofHarpers 7//



BAY St. Jacksonville, Fla. Li'
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J YOUTHFUL' STYLES, Sizes 12 to 52 I. p. (

A Remarkable Value In ,, -

ILASTEX PRINTS AND BATHING SOLID SUITS COLORS$1.98 to t $2.98 C -: -.--:' ""' .... ,- ,I I : U

o -
$1 1a 00 1 A '
IMPORT SHIRTS up I Ja: r'I'.w;; '

(:Mail Orders Filled Promptly)
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CongratulationsAND I At The Bradford County Farmers Market

EveryThing For H




I Guests Of Appreciative Business Men

the completion of the new

market. We also wish to thank

you for the business you have I

given us i and we hope to serve I

you in the future as we have in





VAN H. PRIEST. COMPANY, The Party Of ALifetime .

5c To $1.00 i ,

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;,. '::1 I I II;I---FRIDAY__....,_JCNE __. 1939! __ __ ___ _________ _un .__ __,_ _,BRADFORD_ .__ _. ___COUNTY_ __ .. _TEIJEGRAPH._ STARKE._FLORIDAJmUHffflm.mT __ -. -_-_ .--__ ,.'\81''; St\1
l | ( |TITI111-1[ [ UMII mMI IMII l MM ] || ||| ||| | |||| || '- "" HHMIi UlWUmiJJI

I ;. a 8th Anniversary Sale- Open-June 30th and Continues Through Saturday, July 8th

, _. .... ._
\f. __ II""'" -......---- -- --.---- MMHBMM-M4MMMUBUM- HM" -T"r"'P"1" ii ....

I. .{ ..1' Now Is The Time To Stock Up. Below You TIP TOP Fancy Food At! Its Best. You WiD l Always

J Will Find Scores of Good Values of Quality Find It At The Tip Top-In Meats and StapIsBROOIFIELLI I

REAL FANCY ICUliEUG; I Fancy Silver akin or Yellow ,
LETTUCE, 2 hds. 15c | ONIONS, 3 Ibs. 1 lOc Market & Grocery .!=Buier__ pound ) CHEESE IVISC0151v lb.; '

This Firm and its employees wish to thank the many BETTERFAIRMONT'S
a s. hundreds of customers and friends for their loyal patronage -

> that have contributed so much to its success. _,\','
COUNTRY KIST OK LINDY 3 For To further show our appreciation we have selected ,;'
? J SUGAR PEAS NO. 30325c from the fine food stocks of the entire United States, pt. 25c C
r the highest quality: National Advertised foods and 1 PACKAGE FAIRMONT'S
= i STARLIGHT; BRAND ou men; FLAVOR ranged exceptionally low prices, so that you may re-ar'W. !: : CREAM CHEESE FREE
stock your pantry even in mid-summer. We welcome
: PEA CUES 3 No. 1 Tall Cans 28c 'airmont'a Better 1... lb. prints Fairmont's -
------- to all Country Roll
you our store at times.-C. H. NASWORTHY,
2 No. 2 1-2 Cans 27c
Owner and Operator. BUTTER, Ib. 30c BUTTER, lb. 27c

Dr. Phillips Grape F. Juice 2 No 2 cans ISc MORKELL'S PRIDE 1-2 or whole MORRELL'S PRIDE Sliced Strip "

', HAM lb. 27c I BACON lb. 29c New Maid Margarine, pound lOc !

Rumford Baking Powder, 1 12 oz. can 20c DIOl\ 1 ELL'S PRIDE CHUCK MOKRELL'S PRIDE WHITE ',,,"' .... -

AlUiO 1SAKTLETT: No. 2 1 can I Davis Cup Fruit No. 1 Tall Can R 0 A S T lb. 25c I BACON, lb. lOc :t,, ,J. .;..nhur' -'; LARD, Bulk Ib. 9c
PEARS 1211 c COCKTAIL 11' ,, I'nr'
BLACK HAWKSLICED : 1 pound carton .- + lOc 4 pound pail 49c
2 9
CAKDONA STANDARD lOcBACON pound C 4 pound carton __ 37c 8 pound pail 95c

,tr r CATSUP 6 oz. Bottle 5c 14 oz. Bottle 8 pound carton -:_---_-- 73c
S1'LEV'S OU Alum(; LOSS pound
4r, MILK Tall Can 5c

KITCBEN SIZE 3 Boxes Independent Safety ,
'' 1 2i5; y \ 5 25c

MACARONI Tampa Spaghetti i 3 9c for 1 I Ri I C Maid E 3 Ib, ; HAM ENDS BLACK HAWK 29c !!-I f 10 pounds 45c '

} CLOROX DILLIAN'S BRAND 16 oz. Jar_______________________ SLICED poundDOLES j2O pounds 85
16 oz. Bottle -- 15c Peanut Butter 12'kI' BACON SPECIAL SLICED- REAL 29MAPICO ; :
32 oz. Bottle 25cDOLES FIRM pound 23 C

3 No. 1 Tall Cans 25c STEAK
2 No.: 2 Tall cans 25c 5 Slice Size can __ 9c ewFe, d 5 and lOc pkgs.k
1 No. 46 oz. can 27c 10 Slice Size can .--_ 15c Pound oPEa
Our Finest
PICKLESQuart I Pound 3 5 C Pkg.
'fi, 5c or 3 for lOc or
24 oz. Jar 15c Jar 15c 4 oz. Can lOc 29c

8 oz. 1-2 pt. jar 15c 8 oz. 1-2 pt. jar.. -- 10c Pound ,
16 oz. 1 pt. jar 25c 16 oz. 1 pt. jar 15c .. lOc
/ 32 oz. 1 qt. jar 39c 32 oz. 1 qt. jar 25c COLD CUTS A SPECIALTY 2 oz. ly I

making POST CEREALS Ib. Bottle20c. P,
RIG Ebs. 19c Beit food*
(f ICE1MIii IOn SALE Pound 20c 24c
Save tho 3 THE The flSALT 2 for f 5c
1 : packages
+' COUPONS.""LOAp 3 BarsFor BEST NEW LOW 10:*
+ .- ?A':'" PRICE
? : 18c 3 "Ufc"ltl.'ellwhen Speedy Suds
P r Cansfor you keep well' !" Pork & BeansYwt

., s.wffire shndrL/ri.lmr. 3 25c I!: NEW PRICE LOW 1 We( oz- S E LOX 9 C 16 oz. Can ___ 5c

-! 5 10 round Toundn .. 2k;gc? (k ,; Fs4t"r For18c A TREAT Rich inf ood. For All Purposes J No 21.2 Can lOc Pkg. 5c
a 20 Pound .. 83c enersyunlque

Southern Milk Bread LUX NATIONAL "..NOW17c SUGAR 5 pounds 23c|
i is made I with FLAKES BISCUIT New,improved ._ ,
ALL BUTTER 2 for 19c COMPANY double'flavor' > lb. Factory Package 25c lib. 4X or Brown, package_ -t tOe
NEW LOW 1 oz
.\ certified:NO milk OTHER bread SHORTENING, mod USED ALL lOcBREAD 1 pound Bag .; PRICE'_I,..__- WHITE sO
to federal gox-rnrnent lOc piP
el' A loaf guarded Iy I rapid deliterlea' and
Dellcioui ,,
new AND SOAP 3 for 12c .... ,
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you buy it. \n ALL MUTTER lout$no nhorteniiitf -
.3: except butter it. uwd. Ju..t try tl.U. Mniitntlonal bread Flakes- "z fLIGHT HOUSE CLEANSER 9c
j .. cans pkg.
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loaf you e\er tunirO. Insist| on ALL nUTTER Southern >wr .ratrM 3 -
SULK Bread lit jour grocer'!* In the r ayy IVORY SOAP-
gulden yellow
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I r OLD TIME 4TH 1 Pleasant Hope Revival through,: the following Sunday
I T ; AT WORTHINGTON The meetings will be held every
urc1it A seven-day series of revival
SCOUT night at 8 o'clock in charge of

I An
i celebration Hope Methodist Congregational j Ga. Dinner will be served on the
NEWSThe such as has not been
.. Church) Sunday and continue ground* the second Sunday.

... .., ,,, ,,,,... ..,...... ..... .. I here in R number of years will\ be
IU'1!!(;;: ';""'"'" u "'" ""un." '" """'no"" ""UJIWIIIIJILLUIIUIPRESBYTERIAN IUIlIlIlIIIII"nIfIIIIIIIlIlIIlIlIlim""III) !at HIM av- '11'11MII
staged at Worthington Springsnext I

Rev. Frank Robinson Rev. Chas H. Allen Rev. Fred Terkea, Jr W T. McQuIre TioopTO. Boy Scouts of America, Tuesday On the program of
1, APEto'ghtfootJ. Pastor Pastor Rector Pastor entertainment which has been arranged -I JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT
SUIlt. E. K. Perryman. Sunday School Supt. Sunday School was held in the Church School
sundaY, Thom'schooLsundaY Gen. Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. sasse Mrs, Ira Wilson rooms of the First Methodist by H A. Elmore, now FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
Church School Mr. E.
schooL of M. Davis Organist Sunday School
45 A. hl.tl0rnlna Church School Church School Supt. Mrs James Carlisle 10 o'clock Church under the direction of the proprietor of the springs' are a Phone 13 STARKE FLORIDA
Service M. Roy Mathews Services Worship Service Scoutmaster, the Rev. Frank Rob- free barbecue for all, 24 rounds of ,

11 A.TraIning Mpptlst7 Morning Service, 11 Worship A. M. Church 10 A.School M. Sunday 10 A.School M. Every 11 o'clock 2nd Sunday a. m. inson, Friday night at 7 o'clock. boxing, swimming matches, and

P. M. livening Worship __ 8:00 o'clock p. m. Recognition was given at this
'elan' Sundays 11 A. M. from
Service, Service. 8:00: P. M. Morning Worship Prayer Meeting dancing early afternoon to
vexing Young Pel.'. 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8:00: P. M. Wednesday Night. time to those boys of the Troop BOREE FUNERAL HOME
1:00: midnight to music by Russell Wise
Prayer League Meetlnrs Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Days-.10 A. M. 8:00: o'clock who attended the main Court of
edn..day. 800 l-.M. 1:00: P. M. Honor in Jacksonville last week and his band. Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
Planlot Prayer t'lll'RCII 0. (IIHIST AMBULANCE
Monft Canov Wednesday.. 11.00 P.M. Harry Pickup and received their advancements.Those One of the biggest events on SERVICE
rm. 1)\Y AND N1GUT
F. H. Lone, IIALLI GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Pastor
choirDirectorJohn Mrs.
getting Merit Badges were the will be the
I 10-round
H. Powell Organist and Choir Sponsors: Bible Study' 10:30 program 53 IMIONB SS
Chairmanoard Director Mr. and Mrs 'I Mr. and Mrs.by A M also recognized. Immediately main bout between Jose Estrada, G. II. BENNETT, Mgr.
of Klckllt.r Deacon.J. MI a. E. K. Perryman, J. T. Quigley J. T. Quigley Lord's Worship Supper and the after the Patrol meeting the boys Mexican "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
F. every welterweight champion, L
Assistant Evangelistic marched to the
Service American
Chairmanoard Assistant Bible Study, each j Sunday 11 uo AM Legion
of Trustee. T.Choir Long.Director Tuesday evening 8:00: each day Friday evening and 8-00 Sun. I livening Worship Hall where the Scout Mothers and )Eddie "Tiger" Spencer of
4 a. Powell P M. under the supervision of Mrs. E. Baton Rouge, La.

Able." The pastor used as his message than their method. The K. Perryman, assisted by Miss According to Mr. Elmore, plans

METOTES theme "The Supreme Christ." I message of the Gospel cannot be Grace Dew, entertained the Troop have been made to furnish free

I- Services for next Sunday morn- changed without doing violence to and honored the Scoutmaster and barbecue to 2,000 people as Indi- THANKS Mr.FarmerOF

service at the Ing will be the Sacrament of the the Word of God. We hear much Mrs. Robinson with a reception.The cations point to at least that many'In ,

morning Church was markby Lord's Supper, using the full ritualof about a "Twentieth Century final meeting of June will attendance. It will be servedat
as- the Methodist Church. Assist- Gospel" The Gospel aa set forthin be held on this Friday night at noon to begin the day's pro-

a large congregation The sub- ing the pastor in this service will the first three verses of 1 Cor. which time those patrols having gram; the swimming matches

mblying for worship."Christian- be the choir, Mrs. F L. Long at 15 Is not subject to adaptation to excelled in the following three begin at 2 P.M, and the first box-

t for the hour" was dealt the organ, and members of the a so-called scientific age. nder- particulars will receive special ing bout Is scheduled to begin at

and Chaos. The pastor Board of Stewards assisting In the neath all the philosophy of man recognition and honors Advance- 3 P. M.llowcll .

th the subject from the angle distribution of the Sacrament.The regardless of his degree of Intelligence ment, Attendance and Church At-
admitting that the present time there is the of the Presbyterian Board ...
consciousness tendance. These pennants will be .....
evening service will be con- ,
real Christianityhaving of Christian Education In Philadelphia ..
which -
one in of sin and failure. Only attached to the Patrol flag staff
a difficult struggle and ducted by the pastor. A cordial the message of the cross of ChristIs and will become the property of : was the dean of the con-

facing seemingly Insurmountle invitation is extended to all who able to save souls of men. the patrol for one month. This feience. The delegates under ex- COURSE, WE DON'T GET AROUNDTO
and yet Christlan- will to come and worship at any, cellent leadership spent' a week of
obstacles, TABKHNACLELast will be a monthly feature of the TELLING YOU ABOUT IT VERY
Mr. Robinson said, and all services. I Intensive and creative Christian t
never. I
treated before hardships but has The prayer meeting service will Friday night the boys .Hvlnty. '--co anil studying. The churchawaits _
The members of the KNOW, MR. FARMER. THAT WE DO
from the Bible Institute of Tampa Troop are
thrived upon them. be held Wednesday night at 8 o'- the delegates report of
ther filled with enthusiasm for the APPRECIATE WHAT YOU MEAN TO
rendered a beautlfuly inspiring Boy
Pointing out that even though clock with members of the In- their conference Impressions.The .
Scout Camp which will July BRADFORD COUNTY. IN FACT WHEN
remain true termediate Department leadingthe service Billy Graham spoke on open ,
difficult to a Sigma XI tea and
l la program
the "Gloiy of the Crows" Ponzl 5. About 20 members of the YOU COME: RIGHT DOWN TO IT YOU
iristian! today with all the temp- worship. At 8:30: o'clock the begun at six o'clock Sunday even-
Pennington several numbers. Troop are planning to attend fora ARE BRADFORD COUNTY FOR WITHOUT
tlons that surround us as a regular meeting of the Board of sang Ing. The organization extends an -
Sunday night Dr. McNeill was week of camp life and scouting. TilE MONEY YOU BRING IN
lion and as individuals, Mr. Stewards will be held In the Invitation to all young people to
,blnson held up for his congre- Church. This being the flint regu- the speaker. Mrs. Lloyd King Fourth of July activities including attend the m't'tings.BEASLEY WITH YOUR LONG DAYS IN THE

tlon the Ideals of Jesus as they lar meeting of the year, every was a visitor at the service Next the big celebration at Farmers'Market FIELD, WE WOULD HAVE[ NO
will be entered into the
out for all people. His texts Steward is urged to be present. Friday and Sunday nights serv- by SCHOOLS, NO CHURCHES{ AND NOCOlU'OItTABU
ices will be held at the Taber- Scouts & GAY
the words of
sus spoken to his disciples one nucle. Interesting programs are Members of the Troop have been NO STORES OR SHOPS SO
last night of his earthly exlst- MISSION HALL ANDTABKRNACLE arranged for the spiritual upliftof assigned the duty of serving the Service Station
have all who attend. barbecue and doing other tasks YOU SEE: YOU ARE A PRETTY IMPORTANT -
world shall
'In the
ce, ye
....I..lnt.. Xtlfr__, VIA_ f\-f__ good cheer,_ that fall into their ability to per- MAN, MR. FARMER. AND
U'U'' the world." Dr. John JViciMeiu 01 uinsgiow, LONG BRIDGE CHRISTIANThe form. Scouting renders service to |I Washing, Polishing, AGAIN WE SAY THANK[ YOU,
The evening service was Well at. Scotland was guest speaker at the Rev. W. T. McGuIre will the boys who are members and to Grl'aslng-8tandard THANK YOU VERY MUCH.CLARJEAN .
Bible Study Tuesday nightat
the community In which Troop
dad and was conducted by the fill his regular appointment at the
the Mission Hall He plays an I Is located. The boys, the leaders Oil ProductsOur
Christian Church
stor with the assistance of the Long Bridge SHOPPE
English concertina and is a musician and the Institution of
termediate department. These Saturday night Sunday morning,
ung people led the service of of considerable talent. and Sunday night.CHRISTIAN. this Troop are eager to be of service Greasing Jobs arc done STARKE FLORIDA
from Jacksonville, Mr. to of the county.
A party the people
irshlp Leonard Smith conduct- with the best grease moneycan
and Mrs. Fender, Robert Fender II Help in every way you can to
g. Patsy Keen In the Call to REVIVAL: buy.
I and a friend were present at the make this a better Troop, thereby
orship. Virginia Sewell reading
service. Revival services at the Christian affording the boys the opportunityof
poem Shirley Colley led the Church In Starke will begin
this a better com-
ayer Mike Dew reading the Dr. McNeill's subject centered July 3 with the Rev. S. Victor St.-I making in which to live.
rlpture lesson, Elise Green the around the appearance of Christto John of Jacksonville in charge. munity .
His disciples after a night of
featory prayer, Leonard Peekd Meetings will begin each night at
Billy Lee receiving the eveng 'rultlesa labor. How true it is 8 o'clock and the public Is Invited. PRESBYTERIANCHURCH
offering the entire depart- that much of our endeavor for the .

,tot rendering as a special selec- Master seems wasted. Like the

|no' a vocal number "An/a/ Ye disciples we say "Master, we have : VACATIONBIBLE Wonderful
The Presbyterians cordially Invite People.
toiled all night and caught no-
SCHOOLA with ..
thing." They were following a everyone to worship
MOTOR TEST traditional custom of fishermen them at eleven o'clock every Sunday -

throwing the nets on the left side cooperative Episcopalian- morning. The topic of the
FREESCIt'NTiFiCALLY Vacation Church
It did not occur to sermon In the worship service last
of the ship.
School will be held during the last
to be had Sunday was "What Christians are -5
[ TESTED them that success was
two weeks of July. The school described -
saved from when they are
BV TKII SUN by going contrary to custom. will open July 17 and close the Miss
MOTOR Jesus said, "Cast your net on the as being
TESTERir evening of the 28th. It will beheld
right side of the ship." At the Church Marjorie Stump was the organistand
In the Presbyterian
on the in charge of the music .for
bidding of the stranger ,
between the
All young people axes
to dispense the morning worship.The .
shore they were ready
of 3 to 15 are welcome. There will
custom that availed them Church welcomes back its
with a
be no tuition fee The school begins
His bidding. delegates from Rock- t.a
nothing and to follow at 9:00: each week day except conference

Much of the religious work of Saturday. Registration will be- ledge. Jean Davis and Margie a''.

today Is done following a techniquethat gin at 8:30 on Monday, July 17 at Mathews were the ones sent Dr.

has been hallowed by custom. the Presbyterian Church. Parents

Many denominations would think I and friends will be welcome to BUS SCHEDULE

''t heretical to scrap these systemsof visit the school at any time. North Hound
method Leave Starke: 2:45: a. m., 12:35p.
ritual for some new The program will be varied and
of serving the Lord and Sav will consist of Bible, study, worship m., 1:50: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15p. :

iour; Jesus Christ. The fact Is singing, drama, play, hand- m., 10:15: p. m.South .

they would rather change their work and other activities plannedto Bound
i child- Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m.. 10:20a. :
awaken In the hearts of
ren the love of God and to help m., 2:20: p. m. 5:20: p. m.
to live with West Hound to TallahasseeLeave -
them In the ability
I Fe1:
Starke: 5:50: p. m. arrive
others and according to the Christian
DR. PARKERFOR way of life. Starke 12.35: p. m. MR. AND MRS.BRADFORD .

I I Twelve capable leaders have For free pick-up service (with \.

"GOOD DENTISTRY AT been chosen to conduct the Bible in city limits) phone Lacy Conway COUNTY

r REASONABLE PRICES"All School. agent.


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Plates Crowns BEST
.t Phone forSpecial
Bridges, Fillings,
X-Rays 6-29S1
I As result of of Association with the
FOR A FEW GREATEST a our many years

SUCCESS THEY HAVE EVER KNOWN. WE rank and file of Bradford County Citizens, we have
Restore That New Car SURGEONCor. I
FeelTORODE Bay and Laura St*. WILL QUICKLY FOLLOW SINCE OUR Become convinced that we are blessed with more than

.1'ii81iA! Over Jacksonville the Morrl ,Plan Fla.Bank :MARKET HAS GOTTEN OFF TO SUCH A our share of the kind of people who are often describedas


t "o ( :a. THE JneGLecfa FOR BRADFORD TO REACH ITS "The Salt of The Earth." We consider ourselves indeed


: ilk ::T 1 GREATEST HEIGHT ACHIEVEMENT OF: AGRICULTURAL; I,! fortunate to be able to serve these fine families and

I for the wonderful pat'Y
a, I ,lro asaews to express our
) ronage we have enjoyed in the past. It is indeed gratifying

ALL-FARMERS: INTERESTED IN Ii,1 I, to know that we have the confidence of the public


f ftt fw uri BRADFORD COUNTY ARE URGED TO I and we shall always strive to merit that confidence.

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PAGE TEr! -------- Maddox of Jessup, Ga. ,
the next meetingbe I Tuesday for
I IEstl1.Iishd GRAHAM' C I r given her by the hostess J'was voted that Fourthof Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hazen of tIollVWood (PI"i
of the attend
I ball put off because the ,
then given a Inslll'ancl',
Bradford Telegraph I! Mrs. Mott was are visiting Mrs. Dan
County Sarasota
Sirs. L. C. Smith, Cor.DnvUDynl of thread and told to follow this July when so many The memberswould next Hazen and other relatives this ducted anmuK, ,In the SchOOl
want to be away. IIOIl'Vi
In and out of rooms and Beach )
: 1S7Pullished < thread week. Hotel ''
home of 17teee
will be at the
her meeting
until she came 8ChOoII
on 'and Entered as Second Class Miss Lumnnda Dyal, daughterof under which things were placed on tables! Mrs. L. A. Brown. Tuesday, July Mr. and Mrs. J. P; Roberts planto conducted for the purpose
Fridays gifts of
Mr and Mr''. Berry Dyal and hall. 18, at 3:30: oclock. At the close leave next week for the World'sFair. Ing agents and clerical
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida In the refreshments of touch workeh
of the meeting with
Carlton Davis son of Mr. and and recent <
u_ -- She many iced tea and sandwiches were the 1eveloPIlleD\a\
.-" Mrs N. J. Davis were quietly useful things, for which sho expressed Insurance world,
; !" MEMBER.LO served. To Insurance SchoolMiss been tad
married Sunday. June 25, at the her thanks. attended heretofore
AssociAnoN\ Ethel Taylor of the H. C. E. by
IM\PRES A Wilson,
cake"was cut
V rr home of Judge Dowling In Mac- Later the bride's of LaCrosse .tlflu of the
Miss Juanita Feagle Wall Insurance Agency leaves Agency.CONGRATULATION.
J clenny. They will make their by Mrs. Mott herself, Saturday with Misses Stile
ouratd ?lo>ldls i guests were served lemonade and spent .
home at Graham where Mr. Davis and Lucy Hargraves.Miss
E.L. Matthews. ________ _______________Editor and Owner la a prosperous young farmer. cake. I Juanita McGauley, who has --
_.-, -----. -_ .. ,- -- .-- ,--!I,' Mrs Ruth Tipton and Mrs. At- Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markey what returned been visiting in Georgia has returned !
I SUBSCRIPTION RATE ken Call entertained at the homeof here Sunday from home. She was accom-
termed "a swell vacation. I TO THE BRADFORD
they Louise COUNTY
r f In Advance Mrs. E. Strickland Wednesday hold panied by a cousin, Miss
'I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable afternoon with a shower in honorof Mrs. Markey says "I had to
breath when we.were ,going up
Mrs. Bill Cain. A number of my STATE FARMERS MARKET
"LET JOY BE UNCONFINED"This Interesting games were played, or down those mountains in Tenncease Got MALARIA? ,
grand time. .
but I had a
week the Telegraph comes to you in its largest after which refreshments. of ice They also visited In Georgia, Alabama 'If you have Malaria, you owe it
cream and cake were served. and family to get
to your
F, edition since boom days-more than a decade ajfo. We Nathaniel Dyal and Mr. and and the Carolinas relief.yourself All over the South-and in *>
ly appreciate the cooperation of all who have worked deep-I Mrs. L C. Smith attended services Ladles! Aid Meets 21 foreign countries- ,"intersmith'a See Clayton Strickland For
The Ladles Aid met at the homeof Tonic is known as one of fnti oldest
'P on this issue, and interpret their interest as Indicative of the' at Pine Level Church near Mrs. L. L. Parker Tuesday of and most reliable Malaria medicineson Moth-Proof

i r great enthusiasm that is general throughout the county Starke Monday night. last week at 3:30: o'clock with the market. We believe you\I Cleaning
Mrs. W. L. Phillips of Jacksonville It will this Is proof of uoftfy. I
few members present. agree
''I \ only a
the bright future of our State Farmers' Market '
over spent the week-end here with For your own sake-won't you
Even those who were most skeptical at first are begin- her sister, Mrs. F. M. Griffin. .4> jggggjggBBBBDBBBiBBBDBBiMCBB8BiFLORIDA I TRY Wln ramlth' -and tee for,,
Mrs. Lizzie of Starke yourself
ning to change their minds and it is now unanimously agreed spent Sunday with her daughter, THEATRE OTTO F, STOCK
t; that the market here has strong possibilities of becomingone Mrs. Rachel Starling. GAINESVILLE FLA. WINTERSMITH'STONIC

of the greatest in the entire State of Florida. 1-- Program for the week beginning I Gainesville, Florida

i ( Marketing officials are backing the enterprise to the JBROOKERMrs. June 30 1930
L. L. Parker,
limit; and haye Just announced that construction'\, will begin I Last Times Today
w in July ojra j Jafge roving i { ptsn ;;dforthe'; handling of strawberries Mott Honored II IIlIrlI. Shirley, .. Tempi In"SUSANNAH- Randolph,Scott

;: and other perishable fruits .and
J i; i' ha-e frequently stated that the Bradford County market honor Miss Dorothea guest at Wainwright a delightful was mis-the MOUNTIES" Pd

t can boast of perhaps the most strategic location in Florida. If!' cellaneous .shower given at the SATURDAY ONLY I \% ( I
Y produce in sufficient quantities can be obtained, the big home of Mrs. J. P. Roberta Double Feature",, program, //P\
I' Thursday afternoon of last week. : THK JUTZ BROTHERS \
P trucks will naturally rather load here than travel a hundred The large living room and din' "THE GORILLA"

; or so miles farther south, because Bradford County is so ning room were beautifully decorated Also wA ,
Chester Morris Uicllle Ball In
9 much nearer the out-of-state markets. Its site, on Road 13, with mixed garden flowers. -
The several
i, ore of the most heavily-traveled highways in the state, is and Mrs.guests Vaaco enjoyed Hazen. won games first

I 4k' also very much in its favor. prize in a joke telling contest. & MONDAY 1-1936 Ford Deluxe Fordor Touring Sedan
', We feel that our enthusiasm over the future of the A guest recipe book was presented
:' Bradford County Market is more than justified, and we wish the young bride with a MUARKZ"With: 1-1936 Ford Deluxe Tudor Touring
recipe written by each one present. i
1 to take this opportunity to thank everyone 'who had anything A corsage of rosebuds was also Brian Ahcrne Claude Rain 1-1935 Ford Deluxe Fordor Touring

; 1 i to do with it-from the least-paid day laborer up to

d..4. l' and including President Roosevelt-for the individual parts Belching BELCHING la disagreeable IS NO FUN and Tuesday Pat O&'Brlen Wednesday! 1-1936 Ford Standard Tudor

played in bringing this great enterprise into our midst. often embarrassing. If you takea Wayne Morris Joan BlondellIn
o spoonful of Bisma-Rex In a glassof "KID FROM KOKOMO" 1-1935 Ford Pickup
water after meals you can expel
FARMING HAS RICH HERITAGE stomache gas quickly. Blsma-. Thursday and Friday-July 6, 1 1-1937 Ford Pickup with Stake Body
Rex acts four ways to relieve' Melvin Douglas. Joun Klondel.
I Since this issue is dedicated to our farmers and their
acid-Indigestion. Go to the Rex., Alan Curtis Joan Perry 1-1929 Model A Ford TudorOUU
,;,e' interests, it is fitting to think a moment about the fascinating all Drug Store and ask for Blsraa-: In
business in which they are engaged. To those who do Rex-5O doses for 50c-Carpen;

not know the background and history of farming, it might ter's Drug Store in Starke. ._'.... r -- -
? seem the most prosaic of occupations, but recently a writerin
a weekly magazine pointed out the fact that even the :"
t' smallest vegetable plot is "a heritage from the whole wide .,

It world." He goes on to explain: LVPREZ'The STIMULATING EFFECT ON BUSINESS LIFE.

-s-,1 "Corn, beans, and squash were first civilized by the I .

ancient cliff dwellers of the Southwest; the lowly onion came 0 .

all the way from Palestine; asparagus from Siberia; cabbage: Dependable Store Est. 1894

broccoli, and cauliflower from North Europe; tomatoes from
Peru; muskmelons from Persia; watermelons from Africa; .-
4., beets and carrots from South Europe; peas from Egypt; and FLORIDA
lettuce from China. ,
f. :
"It passes understanding how these'' plant immigrants @ ,

from so many climes can adapt themselves to a land so dif :

ferent in soil climate, latitude, and altitude as undersea SAVE AT A&P!

Imperial Valley, sea-level New Jersey, mTle-high Colorado, <
Join I the many who are cutting: their food budgets: by shopp|
;i tropical Florida, and sub-artic Maine. They don't always do
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it willingly, and that is why so much credit is due to the you will find nothing at A&P to boost your food 1'081&operute

efforts of our plant experts who have had such amazing success A&P 'ire*lOll
OR LASTEX 95c to $.195_ : stores efficiently-this keeps our pi
in adapting these crops to their new homes. the A &: P habit today-Come In and save! ,

Surely, few subjects could be more interesting than SPORT ENSEMBLESALL WHITE': HOUSE EVAPORATED

farming when a real study is made of its many fascinating ISTA/LISNIO 1159 SAFE RICHOURISHING

angles. To the superficial observer, of course" it looks likea COLORS, SIZES $2.95 up MILK 3 tall t cans 1 li

dreary round of hard work, small pay, and disappointment.The I FOOD STORES I
farmer who really takes pride in his work, however, OUR OWN BLEND-INDIA CEYLON
Cool Mesh Dress Shirts $1.50 1.21b. 1 pound
knows better than that. lie knowsthe immense satisfactionand TEA package I 19c package 3

sheer joy of seeing things grow; he knows the stimulating ANN PAGE

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the feeling of peace that comes from living right with his up I 8 O'CLOCK Mild and Mellow Coffee 3

;: fellow man, earning his bread by the sweat of his own brow, I WITH CIIEESEND 3 Ib. bag _.
and not at the of his
-I expense neighbors.
4 13 3-4

Naturally, farming, like every other business, has its 3 BACK OF MANY 23c LARGE

seamy side, but to those who understand it best, it is far I BREAD 24 OZ. LOAF

from being the colorless drudgery that it might seem to the AN EGG LAYING I .
i uninitiated. I ANN PAGE FRESH I'L'RE-CRE.IfiERY'

"r.' RECORD. I Pure, Delicious per 27
? Grape Jam pound
: J
.. 18 oz. Jar SILVERBROOK PRINT BUTTER, 1 Pound Ciirton -
When the United States Government closed its war debt 15c

hook on June 15 at the era of a semi-annual installment day, I GRAPE JUICE A&P Brand, pint 1

it made the sad discovery that eighty cents on every $10,000 CORN FLAKES, Sunnyfield, 8 oz. package -
due had been the debtor nations of :FIG BARS, Crisp Fresh, 3 Ibs. __ --
L paid by Europe. + h I ANN PAGE CORN lona Brand. Cream Style, 2 No. 2 cans r 1 r

Only one nation, Finland, paid in full. Hungary paid a ; Pure FruitPreserves PEACHES, Ion a Brand, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans

small amount "on account," and Rumania said it was readyto BROOMS. Clean Sweep each ---_---

offer a settlement, but did not set forth definite terms. TUXEDO'EGG 32 0:&. Jar/ IONA BRAND.-Plain or Self Rising

Eight others, Esthonia, Great Britian, Latvia, Lithunia, 29cANN [ ? 2.. ll. 63
Yugoslavia, Belgium, Poland, and Italy, sent their regrets FLOUR bag I5r bag

along with fine promises to discuss settlement at some future MASH PAGE
k date. France did COLD STREAM TENDER, :
not even condescend to reply to the usual SandwichSpread DELICIOUSTall

bill which the"Xj. S. (as a matter of form) sends out the first PINK SALMON

of every May. It was: impossible to dun Czechoslovakia for GUARANTEED FOR VITAMIN: POTENCY i Or Tartar Sauce Can

',1 the simple fact that it had been .
recently gobbled up by Herr 1.2 pt. Jar12c FINE SHORTENING

Experienced poultry raisers have found that it Pound

Hitler.The amount due June 15, was the staggering total of pays to feed Tuxedo Eggmash in either mashor COMPOUND (Bulk)
form. have found I
pellet They they Ret more
2269733861. Here is what the U. S. got: payments totaling eggs at lower net cost, because Tuxedo Egg. : ANN PAGE SMOOTH RICH
y' $170,521, one offer and eight regrets. mash contains the animal proteins the cereal ANN PAGE s Quart

i' Of course, this loss of cold, hard cash is not as powerfulan and mineral elements including manganese, I Pure Cider SALAD DRESSING JarOLEOMARGARINE

argument as the loss of thousands of American boys sac their layers need. Come in, let us explain why Vinegarqt.
get greater feeding value and increased
rificed in the World War, but it is still a potent reason why you profits with Tuxedo Eggmash. bottle 1-2: gaL jug

the United States should strictly mind its own business justas i 15c 27c NUTLEY

long as possible. A man who will not make any attemptto Pound

pay his debts cannot be a respected citizen of any com- S R. JOHNS & SONS i Starke -A&P '
munity, and there Is no reason why this code of ethics shouldnot STORE --- -

apply to nations. STARKE. FLORIDA Owned and
Operated by The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company

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Into aside for this purw '. ,
A Casual Conversation Grew .

\out) the poRe;: > general To add gloom.toV:'*

Market For Bradford County the ment's: toad attorn depart e y '

Farmers expressed grave < 'mot I d
doubts a* to the
__ legality o f using .

Many Ups and Downs Experienced f Men's Club as the result of a state WPA headquarter in when 1 it to be used as a funds for the construction *' ". '

Project week-end visit of a committee to Jacksonville.Then market. Two weeks later word of market .
Before Important the Sanford and Palatka markets. came the long period of was received that the General Accounting drives. Localdespair >

Reached Conclusionne The write-up stated: "As soon as anxious waiting that follows In the Office In Washington, D. was a o i,

1936 F. F. Stump, Starke mer- it is learned how much money wake of submitting any projectto C. had approved the title. thick It could have -
January ,
day back in this will get from the new the mysteries of WFA red All these were minor thrills, seen cut with a.
Leiterman farmer '
ht t and postmaster, met Daniel on WPA allotment, a concerted ef- tape. In the meanwhile local however, compared to the one that knife. Heavy rains

street fort will be made to establish a school Interests began advocating came during the week of January had already proven
usual exchange of inquiries concerning the state of farmers' market here. construction of a new elementary 14, 1937 when twenty-five WPA that big trucks

e in general brought the following remark from Dan: If Aesop lived today, he would school building and it was generally laborers. went to work clearing tne could not pull up i

irs aren't as good as they might be, Mr. Stump. I probably write a modem fable, the feared that chances for site, and building materials were to and away from

''Things produce all right, but getting rid of it is somegs moral of which would be "When in having both projects approved and actually placed on the ground. the platform with ; +
I the
raise No farmer wants to grow stuff and see I need of funds go before the Board under way at the same time were Several changes in the original .out bogging down :
again. .In
else small. The Telegraph had been made, and It was wet weather.
fields. This county needs a central market of County Commissioners. At: extremely I plans
in the I have divided announced that the final draft I "Time. Marched
ot bring their crops and find reliable buy- least thiit's the way it must seem I reported that "Camps 'As 4
growers can with the Business provided for a platform thirtyfeet On "
Ire to our County Dads. Running true sharply however, na
.r to form the committee of businessmen !! Men's Club, growers, and ship- wide by 324 feet long. It has a habit of .
the earl-
is known, this casual conversation was behind the market, Opening{ Date Hot _
o far as bucked up their courage assumed pers lining up doing, and In August
idea that was to result three years later, school week of May 6, J.
I germ( of the their most sincere and and teachers, parents!, and During the It was announced -

successful State Farmers' -Ile started it earnest tone of voice, and asked officials just as ardently boosting S, Llsenby of Ocala who was to that a'

I ket for Bradford County. the board for $700. A desirable the new school building" In spiteof be the first market manager, arrived cash market for .
this difference In opinion, Coun- in town. At the same time,
Leiterman's relit market site could be had for that I Ilradford'a expecteil -
armer sympathetic ears amount, they Bald But the commlsxloners ty Commissioners again came to the following men were appointedto 200,000 pound a
fell on rw
later found weren't to be swept off the rescue by agreeing to financethe serve an a managing committee: pecan crop would sm, I
a few days their feet. Years of facing dele- sponsor's snare of construction C. H. Nasworthy, R. A Newsome, be conducted from
cafe at i
i seated in a local gallons had made them almost cost Soon after that they signed K. F. Stump, T, K. ,!.IcChmt!, Jr., the platform 1 n

regular meeting of the I f Immune to eager enthusiasm. At the necessary agreement to deed (county agent). L.. L. Conner October, The first .

extinct (merged into Ro- I I i their August 3, 1936 meeting they the site to the Florida State Marketing Ralph Hazen, and J. M. Rosier. auction (first, also,

(y) Business Men's Club. failed to take action In the mat- I Bureau. Although the building was not of 11 B kind ever '

Stump had asked him to ''ter because of "lack of time." The Long-Awaited O. K. quite complete, opening date of to be held In F'lor- ,

eat his convictions to de- :'t-ltiu'k EIIQenaterViFirst The great news that the market the market was advertised as Ida) on October.

Ksion-weary mer chants real blow to the hopes of had been approved by Na- Tuesday May 17 On that day, 14 Haw 70,000pounds THE BEANS
at AND
workmen still hammered BEAUTY
b guttered around the luncheon business men however, did not tional WPA headquarters In Wash- while of pecans

lie every two weeks to alter- come until the following Monday ington came during the week of one end of the platform the llrnd- puss from grows Wllkerson obligingly poses
State Farmers' Mar- Pretty Mary
(fly talk and forget "shop." when the Board meeting to complete August 13, 1937. It was a time ford County to buyer within Fordhook Lima
I of
establishedIn l OOOlh hamper
be ,
fourteenth to with the
ket, of few
hrst the failed to for the local sponsors space a
printed reference to unfinished business of rejoicing .
Florida, was Informally opened, hours Offerings beans to bo graded ,nt the market platform
I efforts bearing belated -
|Sect was contained In the Tele. set aside funds in Its temporary who saw their
benefit of or ceie- In recent this crop has
without pomp
cum from Bradford this season. years
ph's'' issue of February 7, 1933, budget for purchase: of the much fruit after an anxious perioduf
Rich proclaimed In headlines the desired site. The members pled ( eighteen months. The last bit mony.. The official opening waspostponed as well as six come to cut quite a figure In Bradford County'sagricultural
until such time as pavIng of
surrounding coun Incidentally, speaking
It l that "Business Men Will Try "insufficient funds," and the Tele details scene.
and other necessary ties At the wo-
: -Ire helped along -
\ Market Center Just bow graph pessimistically reported When dark figures
could be completed. Octobei
ond ale,
Jphetlcal that word "try" was I'Unless some other way Is foundto .. '
ness ended the first days operations :27, 14,000 pound1
fbe, however, no one fully reas- finance the purchase of the &:;;' ,\ a total of 367 hampers ol were sold, and 5, 850 ut the third! easily dissembled in cane It should

4 at the time. lluslness: men\ F. F. STUMPJ. Kite, little hope Is held out" for the 'j'jI >> mixed truck had been bought And! sale November 10. become necessary to move it else
( for market andy market by Its boosters
:RE to try a ; I sold. In spite' of the informalityof Itruntlc Tliniit where."
were to KEEP! ; ON trying for But matters weren't to remainIn 'It'tti occasion, Market boosters A ended, and
of these the auctions
While all With
Mitchell. pecan
before their ef- this gloomy state for long. Not Dissatisfaction of growers over
o long at
years I' them
Joe wet'e glad to have with sale it
worked hand, two of them no other crops ready for ,
of tangible whit discouraged by apparent of reflectedin
ri bore any sign to one ," this time Commissioner of Agriculture the matter price was
and Fred Stump 1 December 10
Wilson of busi-
the committee announced on
lit reverses, i" wan
of Nathan Mayo land Director disappointing volume at the
I First Committee Appointed become the untiring: champions ness men appeared before the of Suite Markets William L., second and third sales, and the that the market would l be without
what often seemed to be a hopelessly air for
The first really definite move county commissioners: again Wilson. Both men made Inspiringtalks. market management stated that a manager until preparations
juard establishment of the en- lost cause.' their meeting of September 7, i "It Is quite probable that unless the spring shipping season were
- afterward As Is often the cane with worthy and wheedled from the board a of started.
prise came shortly During Its first seven days of more cooperation on the part>
of projects, after the first flurry of of $50: toward the $100 Uy the time that March of this
\\h the appointment a com- promise operation the market handled $2- growers Is forthcoming, no more
litee to investigate the posslbl- enthusiasm, promotion remained down payment necessary to secure 236.32 worth of produce, more pecan auctions will be held." It was year rolled around, the very necessary
of dormant for several months, and title to the property from liquidators "the State paving had"been arrangedfor
)yof successful operation a than half of which was accountedfor also broadly hinted that
trket here Members nf.tV* the. next reference in the Telegraph of the Bradford County Bank. by the sale of sweet corn. Marketing Hoard elected the platform by cooperation of the State

fginiil committee were Jos. E. did' not come until July 10, They woulu be allowed until Nov- Hope I,"or facing here in a way that makes It (Continued on page eight)

loon, chairman\ ; L. L. Conner, 1938, after the matter had again ember 1937 to pay the remaining, "The course of true love never

H.Nasworthy, P. P. Stump, and been discussed at the Business $600.With runs smooth," and neither. does i
much "in the pot. ,
: farm"I'II'market
of newly opened
that a
the market boosters next appeared Kurly In August, hopesfor [ / I
before members of the City Council -
' through nobly, rals- a project providing l
who came were dahecto
CALLING FARMERSWe around the platform
ALL .__ the Commissioner', ante to a that
Hit cool $100. Half of this sum to be .ms. K.: {''ii MON the bits Slate by Road the announcement Department couldnot l; fC<'t !

on the down payment for for
applied standing In the way include an appropriation J. ,
the site, and half was set aside of led tope budget ; ,
of actual construction was removed this purpo e In Its current ,
for plans and blueprints. Commissioners, It 'was stated that\ the tremendous 1o '
when County
Pepped<< t'p Again had "tasted meeting on December 6, deeded expansion In the construction t :

Invite All Our Now that they the site to the Marketing Bureau. of markets throughout the ptate ;' lI
Cordially the businessmen 1
blood", so to speak -
by M. A. would require an estimated expenditure \ ; "
at fever heat, and The deed was presented 't0 fh '
Bradford County Farmer moved week, tentative Smith liquidator of the Bradford of $400,000 for the pavingof ,*; o e
the next ,
Friends To Pay Us A Visit within plans for the structure had been ''I County Bank,revert and provided to the county that approaches in past and yearn drivewayswhereas only $25,. .. .' ) ,/.})..qf.t
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': A Brighter SunThose Shines On Florida Agriculture Tod)

Different methods of selling are used -*j
TI at
r -j acv," nmeammt. u i mil -)i MMH i vanout markets
j Is almost entirely an auction market. At pam| ,' W J

of us who have been engaged in agriculturalwork Because Of New Hope Brought |By their own selling. At Sanford the platform reined to the, r ral1:
both with the state and federal governments, must commission men who buy from the farmers ,,md resell blt*,

i admit that while we have done much to improve the qualityof form. At Pal atka and other markets the mark,., *""* u 1

farm products, the quantity produced per acre, and cost System Ofboth State Farner's Markets the farmer. manager

of production, we have not made any great progress In Under the law which permits the board to
i', providing a system by means of which the farmer may sell the retail stores and the original act.:: authorizing the creation tic help of the W P. A., as wellas markets there are two specific declarations Tht build eau tqUI

!c his produce on a basis where he will obtain the maximum manufacturing enterprises--desire of this Board, passed by the that of the Florida state road to spend state money for operating expenses, ;met,,\ b oalll Hit!, Ol\

financial return. stability of price more than any- Legislature In 1929, was amendedIn department and of counties and selves are not permitted to operate at a profit 'merit. ,
which are 1933 and gives the Board the cities affected, the board now has Each
and vegetables ,
fruits are particularly
primarily else. They
Florida's cash crops are thing take care of Itself. In order that they do
There are some of these be that their competitors right to construct equip and dl- In operation and under construction may so d, i
In fre h condition. anxious to sure
t raised to be shipped a different mar charged, but an Increasing source of income is I'1"11*
In which we have little competition such as the case' of strawberries; do not obtain farm pro- twenty-three the lease of concessions. being obtain(
them and other products at a time when other duce at prices lower than they
I able to produce kets.The
sections we are of the country are not In position to do so. Since these crops have themselves paid. As a mat- \g i1/, largest' market at the present The State Board acts in a supervising capacity and dlrecq

must be handled promptly and efficiently from ter of fact, great distributing time Is at Plant City. This Lion between the markets keeping each advised regardieg
are all perishable they as 1,000 miles agencies are not only willing but market: was placed In operationIn other conditions In all the markets, overseeing methods V
table in most cases as many
field the dinner ,
1 the to anxious that the farmer may ob- January 1939, and was the accounting, perfecting plans of operation and arranging III

away. tain the top price provided these : means of Increasing Plant City Ing of the entire system. The actual daily management i"
r The Idea, so far as Florida Is concerned, was' conceived by Nathan prices are stable. These agenciesseem r I t1 strawberry sales this year to 20- markets from the time they are first planned, however of th ,
Commissioner of Agriculture of this State for the sort of which were IS to
Mayo, who has been to welcome same 000,000 pints at prices of local committees selected by the Board and ih
soil he Is deeply Impressed with for the and The largest all respor\\h
fifteen years. Being,a "son of the meeting place buyer highly satisfactory. is placed in these I
t the difficulty a farmer faces in selling his products. Very few grow- seller, since sales at such places building In any market yet con- authority possible committees so thai i *

si se.. era, especially If they practice diversification of crops, produce a sufficient receive publicity and each knows structed or designed will be in are local markets and operated with as little State" 'UD.e "

quantity of any one thing to warrant the use of proper sales what the other Is paying, none of Pompano, the bean center. This possible.

efforts. A farmer's dally occupation on the farm, away from busi- :' them receiving any advantageover building consists of an open cover- Another way in which the markets will be able io help this I l

l h ress contacts, does not keep him In close touch with markets. Various the other. rect the operation of markets ed shed with a platform 100 feet by bringing them In contact with reputable buveis !In!IJJt
; There is nothing new about a wide and 1,000 feet long. It will have been fooled
sources of timely Infor- shippers by fancy
agencies, public and private are providing which, however, must be operatedat in the fall many letterhead, "
atlon which are available to the farmer but on the whole he must sell market. In ancient Rome there a profit. A provision was be ready for operation market is promises, which are often only "a front" put up by tht shady!
of 1939. The smallest '
where the Is better advised. The re- was a Forum In every city. They who Is planning all the time new ways of gypln
his produce in a market buyer markets. New Orleans and placed In the law whereby any a turkey auction stand at Branford the seller|
suits are Inevitable. The farmer does not secure his share of the were Baltimore have had markets since money In the Inspection Fund i with a shed 30 feet wide by vestlgating and getting a line on these fellows the market J
final return. could be used for this purpose. market can be of great assistance to the farmer in getting a fait
the cities were created. It is true I 60 feet long, and at this ren
4 Some form of organization Is necessary-It is particularly so among these markets were set up to do a Since such a surplus Is always uncertain I' unusually high prices were received his produce. The shady buyer soort finds that ht' cannot
basket, A and never very large, we the 1938 crooked deals over when he has to work through ., '
larmers who diversify and do not put all\ their eggs In one retail business but they were for turkeys during State F

y large grower of cotton, fruit, live stock, or grain may be able to make devised during a time ,when farm were not in In position the construction to make much and season. To some extent everyone Market.

satisfactory arrangements for Belling\ hili crop but on the whole even products were not shipped any progress equipment of markets until the of the farmers' markets yet constructed NEW HANDICRAFTS M\KT
I benefitted the assistance of some type of organization. great distance. The farmers were or designed differs from
they can be by All the markets described above are strictly wholesale ,
I land immediately adja- the others best serving the special murk
Mn The value of pooling sales has been one of the convincing arguments working
a behind the idea of organizing farmers' cooperative associations. cent to the cities and would bring By needs and selling customs of.the the board Is making an experiment along another line Fat,

all of the their produce to town for sale. Individual sections. tertalns every winter the most fastidious group of buyen
Theoretically\ such associations would seem to answer nearly WM. L. WILSON
farmers sales problems and here and there can be found some such Florida has come to produce near- V It Is the plan of the State Mar country. These people have money, have a certain amount:
ly $200.000,000 worth of fruits and board to act merely as an
a e i( which have been moat successful. Uniformly, however, success does vegetables for shipment to other I DirectorState II keting umpire In the dealings betweenthe to go shopping and have expressed their Interest in buying u

f t not seem to be the rule. Some European countries have organized parts of the country and to the Farmers' Markets farmer and the buyer and to things to take back home. They 'want Florida things 1111))
) I cooperatives that are nearly perfect but Americans are Independent In world. This produce must be inspected -
from with pri-
competing articles made from Florida products by Florida people and
and action and the farmer Is probably the most independent an
t their thought packed, purchased by set vate endeavor where needed facilities -
Roosevelt up
I $ of Americans.\ The formation of cooperative associations wholesalers, brokers and commis Its relief agencies. When the already exist Since they did Ing for handicraft articles that are unusual. This business hu

q { should be encouraged In every way possible but we must take into sion men, and shipped by various FERA was organized the Market- not exist in some sections, the been organized. Most of the existing novelty and gift slot
of farmers to means of transportation.With their counters full of articles made In other parts of the count
{ consideration the fact that a large number our prefer Ing Board secured a project for board has installed facilities ordi-
X1,1 act independently. the "meeting place" Idea the construction of the first Florida narily owned and operated pri- In other parts of the world. They are willing to sell\ Florida

{ On the other hand privately operating buyers, or "brokers," are on In mind and the belief that many state farmers' market at San- vately; but where It has done so, but have not been able to get them.

the whole doing a perfectly legitimate business. Most of them earn things could be done if a larger ford. It is now operating successfully these facilities are leased to pri- With this In mind the board la completing a beautiful novelty

Ipf all\ the profits they are able to make and exert every reasonable effort portion of Florida produce couldbe during Its fifth year with vate Individuals or corporationswho ket at Holly Mill, just north of Daytona Beach. The building
1 brought to move through such business increasing and with the agree In the lease to main- made of rock In a "U. shape and will be land
i ,: to obtain good prices for the farmers. Many of them work on a commission rough coquina !
meeting places, Mr. Mayo madean market add! 11 Ion a 1 tain the farmers Interests as paramount -
< basis and the more the farmer gets for his produce, the higher performing with Florida plants and flowers. One of the wings of thlB"tbe
r effort to provide these facili functions for the farmers each: At Ocala the board con-
their earning. But, under present methods of marketing, the broker ties. This need became more necessary structed a modern abattoir, at used by a group of local women who have been operating
consumes time and money in finding the products which he desires to when automobile trucks year.After i Ocala market: at the same location for a number of years. The cent),
; two years of success at Chipley a creamery. At ,
purchase. Some meeting place Is needed some place where the came Into the picture as transportation Sanford and when the W. P. A. Palatka, and Bushnell cooling tlon will be used as a display room for Florida handicraft i

r farmer can bring his products knowing buyers will be present and agencies. He realized thata was created, the marketing board rooms were provided, and at Sanford and the other wing will be used as a work shop It is hop

1 t some place where the buyers can go knowing the products they want system of such markets keeping asked' for five more markets to be and Palatka citrus packinghouses Holly Hill market will become. a center for the hadicraft indui

., are there on display and for snle. closely In contact with each other, located at Chipley, Live Oak were constructed. Most of the state and that it will become a means of displaying new It

There la another element in the marketing of farm products that working together, should be able Ocala Palatka, and Wauchula. the Florida state markets are set usual things which will be attractive to private stores not

must be taken into consideration. To a large extent the farmer and to help in the stabilization of All of these proved to be success up to handle perishable fruits and Florida but perhaps In the North as well.

A the broker are gamblers. They gamble on the weather. A good sea- prices desired by everybody concerned ful and additional projects have vegetables primarily, but tobacco Commissioner Mayo and those associated with him In the l
been submitted. Some have been auctions held for six weeks In
son means a good crop, but probably a low price. A poor season construction and operation of these markets are nil greatly. p
The state:: Legislature created an I finished others are under con- the year at the Live Oak Market
means a poor crop and probably a high price. In Florida I am afraidwe with the progress that has been made. In every section that!
agency known as the State Agricultural struction. The newer markets are Branford Is specifically a turkey
all pray for frosts in the other fellows' fields. The farmer wants farmers' market an increase in the farmers' prosperity Is not!
; Marketing Board, consisting located in Pensacola! Bonifay, market, and live stock markets
,, his at harvest time surrendering his The broker Florida can feel proud of its position In being the leadei of the
ct' money upon produce. of the Governor, Commissioner Tallahassee, Branford, Starke, have been established at Bonlfay,
buys with the hope that the price may rise after the bulk of the crop of Agriculture, and the I Bushnell and Palmetto. With Chipley, Tallahassee, East Palatka, farmers' market movement and the resulting effort to bit

has been sold. On the other hand the consumer of farm products- Commissioner of Markets, The this experience and the enthusias Bushnell, Arcadia and LaBelle. grower a little bit more of the consumer's dollars
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r This fine State Farmers' Market of Which we are all so proud and which will be the scene

of such a grand and happy celebration on the Fourth of July, this great enterprise which is

t : f '---.- 1 going to grow to mean so much to the welfare of everyone in Bradford County did not "Just

l 4 I .- Happen." It represents years of unselfish effort on the part of a group of Public-Spirited Business -

',' .' : Men and more than this it also represents financial backing by your National State, and

.,, '.'" :,-Qt City Governments. Yes, the City of Starke helped to build your State Farmers' Market and we are

_j I __// I proud of the part we were able to share. This is just one of the many services rendered by the City

to the entire county and which the average person never stops to think about unless his attention is

called directly to it. These contributions of course are made possible by the careful and conscientious

t, operation of the affairs of our City which leaves a surplus to be used for these projects of public benefit. If


it were not for such economical and efficient management these contributions by the city to the cause of I I

progress and community welfare would naturally have to cease handicapping the prosperity which is our I

ultimate goal. We take this opportunity to mention these 'facts in order that the public will understand the way

',C in which the city council is working for the best interest of our community and the county at large.




L. A. CANOVA Chairman' DON L. HOOVER !I -


The City Council of Starke, Florida


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Highways built from cotton led to the circulation of erroneous contain sweet potato starch In of wood as a chemical raw material. parent waterproof packaging for
lipstick made from, sweet potatoes and misleading beliefs among varying quantities. I." merchandise which heretofore
Plastics from pine pulpwood, farmers. They stated that soybeans Astonishing as it might seem, 'lIe\8 In Tung Oil could not afford the high cost of
shortening from soybeans, news "when grown on level or the sweet potato, along with cereal the usual transparent coverings."
man behind print paper from slash pine, gently undulating land and har- crops, is being considered as the the Little doubt was and expressed as to It Is made from a bane film composed -
ie transparent wrapping material vested In such manner as to return source of the next major develop possibilities! Importanceof of hydrated starch coatedon
from farm corn starches, and the leaves, sterna, and podsto ment In motor fuel, automotiveand development of the South'stang one or both aides with water-
other miracles of modern science the land are definitely not soli otherwise. oil Industry. "As yet, no proofing cellulose derlvaties and
the scenes may come to the rescue of the depleting." other oil or combination or modification will
Hosiery from Coal of oils has been starches and bean gums
Southern farmer who finds his They told the story of an Industry No less astounding Is the fiLet take Its developedto grown on American farms
margin of profit steadily dwindlIng that has shown amazing that the sheerest of ladies hosierycan place
because of annual crop surpluses growth since the time fifteen now be made< from coal, air New uses for this product are Alms of Chwnurgy
years ago when the first soybean and water by these miracle men of, constantly being developed and it The purpose of the chemurgic
"Chemurgy," a new term not oil mill was established in Deca- science A substitute for rubber, was Pointed to as a necessary ingredient conference I Is outlined as followsby
tur, 111. First used only in the I In the manufacture of Whaler McMlllen. editor of
sf yet found In the dictionary, was can be made from coal limestone,
paint, varnish, and linoleum industries varnishes linoleum, printing Ink, the Farm Journal & Farmer's
on the tip of every tongue recentlyat and salt; and "luclte, a product
Slj && soybean oil has now reacheda electrical goods, and as a Wife
11f :
the annual conference of the which though simtllar,! to glass is I
proofing material for wntt'r'j
National Farm Chemurgic Coun- point where manufacturers of only half as heavy and will resist "We seek to call attention of
cil held In Jackson Missouri. This edible products use more than 90 a tension of three to four tons per I, various types of fabrics; the entire nation to the South's
strange new word means "putting percent of the total production.In square inch, can be made from I The chemurglsts advocated thedesirability extraordinary facilities for addingto
chemistry to work for the farmer 1935 a million and three quarter resin. In view of such wonders of larger platings In I the national wealth We
pounds of the oil was consumedin the tung belt-Florida, Georgia,
and finding Industrial uses rapid development of chemical Industries find Southern agriculture determined -
for farm products through applied the margarine industry; today in the South was predicted Alabama Mississippi, Louisiana, to expand Its production of
science. Its sponsors believe they that same Industry is using more by chemurglsts who stated that and Texus--because of the uncertainty real wealth. We find Northern
have a plan whereby those trouble- than 40,000,000 pounds a year. Approximately from 1929 to 1934 a total of $100- of the supply In China, the agriculture cheering the South's
some surpluses may be consumedand 50 percent of all soy 000,000 was Invented In such Industries world's principal raw material Interest in chemurgy. Northern
That's Who The Farmer Is new and profitable crops may bean oil is used in the manufacture In Dixie, while from Jan- source. Fruit for the 1938 domestic farmers realize keenly that by
be developed.That of shortening, while salad uary 1935 to December 1936 $130- crop yielded between 3- adding to Its agricultural produce
In Bradford CountyHE'S the cotton farmer must dressing and mayonnaise factories 000,000 was invested. 000,000 and 4,000,000 pounds of oil, tion Increased quantities of meat
fora account for large quantities. with the demand for approxi- and butter and the South
turn Increasingly to chemurgy Factors favorable to the Southin eggs
MODEST FELLOW THIS solution to his problem, was But the importance of soybeansas the field of chemical Industry mately 173,000,000: pounds far In will seriously compete with the
SUCH A scientists. "We a leguminous crop cannot be excess of the American supply, it North on the other hand. If
THAT WE'RE INI I pointed out by the were listed as: adequate raw ma- :
""TILLER OF THE SOIL" have done a lot to cripple cotton under-estimated. The average an- terials, cheaper installation costs, was sii Ul. Southern agriculture goes cbemurglc -
CUNED TO OVERLOOK HIM WHEN THE TIME by developing substitutes for it," nual Increase in the yield of cot- better climatic conditions, lower Another innovation was an- producing oils and fibers and
COMES FOR PASSING OUT BOUQUETS. HOWEVER one of them stated. "If cotton is ton per acre where soybeans had living costs, and decentralization nounced by a New Orleans chem- starches needed by the nation,
,. DEEP DOWN IN OUR HEARTS WE ALL going to hold its place science been grown and plowed under before of industry. ical engineer who claimed "the both sections will be material
KNOW THAT THE FARMER IS THE MAN WHO must now do something for it. cotton was planted, was 142 Thistles' from Pulp lowest priced completely trans beneficiaries"

MAKES THINGS TICK" IN BRADFORD COUNTY However we must have aid and pounds. I Using the wood pulp and paper
WITHOUT HIM THERE JUST WOULDN'TBE effort on the part of the cotton Sweet Potato Starch Industry as an example, it was
COUNTY-AT LEAST IT Known heretofore principally as
ANY BRADFORD industry.One stated that paper mill installation
WOULDN'T BE THE THRIVING, PROSPEROUS answer to the cotton problem "old standby" of the Southern cost in the South per tonyearare
SECTION AS WE KNOW! IT TODAY, was given by one speakerwho dinner table, the humble sweet po- about $29 as against $43 In ICE.
that tato praised by the chemur-
benefits was
told of the
the North, while the growth of n .
CONSEQUENTLY I AM DELIGHTED TO HAVE would come to the South from gists as a source of starch, cattle pine tree to pulp size requires ten
THIS OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION cotton roads. Constructed at a cost feed, and motor fuel. years in the South as against fifty
of around $5,000 per mile, the The manager of the sweet potato -
TO OUR FARMERS AND TO LET years for Northern woods. How
would starch at Laurel, Miss.-
THEM KNOW THAT WE DO REALIZE THEIR cotton-bituminous highways ever, the South was warned
the one in the United States-
REAL WORTH TO THE COMMUNITY. I ALSO provide a new market for only against having too high hopes for
have stated that his factory was break-
of lint. Test strips
grower immediate development of an In-
WANT the potato down to starch and
definitely that cotton ing I
dun described
try us being already
roads are much more desirable meal. Principal use of the overexpanded.In .
MARKET AND HOPE IT WILL SOLVE SOME bituminous roads. thus far is for cattle feed, but already
than ordinary spite of this warning, optimism -
OF THEIR MANY PROBLEMS.A. said to reduce maintenance a wide variety of uses for
They are over the future was expressed
starch have developed.
costs to a minimum. the by the agricultural editor of the
J. THOMAS Oleo from Soybeans Cosmetics, adhesives, candy, Dallas, Texas News who declared 9 ) 1 /
food products, explosives ,
The praises of soybeans were soap paper that the South "will become the
of salt, batteries,
veneers toys
CLERK: OF THE CIRCUIT COURT sung by an enthusiastic group and host of center of the nation's paper Industry
who baking powder, a
growers and processors and from paper the
-- ------- -- ._- argued that the statement that other products were envisioned as chemist will lead the Industrially tI
1 soybeans. are "soil depleting! has everyday merchandise which will Into rayon and plastics. The next i It ;1

dozen years will bring, capital to
the South to aid In the expansionof
these industries which the entire
nation will need"
The of how wood
story pulp
from the land of the Southern
farmer will Boon be converted AND (;0, nUT THE OLD STANDBYHEAL. -
commercially into plastics was OLD)-FASIIiONEI ICE GOES
We Congratulatethe told by officials of the Laurel ON FOREVER.) IT CAN NEVER HE
Masonlte Corporation who for a REPLACED.; FOR NOTHING IS SO
; number of years, have been con PURE. NOTHING IS SO ECONOMICAL
of the o.. verting pine waste Into substantial AND NOTHING: IS SO PLEASANT .
sponsors ? and longweurlnwall board TO USE AS REAL; ICE.
+: and building material. Going still
Market : ) farther into breaking down pine
State Farmers
; wood, the Masonite plant Is pre"paring
." ,;( to recover wood sugars

at S tar k e' formerly commercial of: wall wasted production board In and the of manufacture to furfuralan begin STARKE ICE CO.

acetic acid. "Hut even now," W. L. WALL, Prop.
it was said, "we Haven't scratchedthe
but even more surface of the possible uses


We Congratulate You Progressive FarmersYou've A dream that came true .

made Starke an important agriculturalcenter
of Florida. You have shown the state what

You have made STATE
capable men

famous for strawberries, corn, tobacco
your area .

and field crops. You deserve good market facilities.IDEAL .






had their share in your success A UNITED FRONT. THAT IS WHAT IT

the leading farmers of this area have long TAKES AND WE'RE PROUD OF THE

fine fertilizers -
know the superior advantages of these A GENEROUS; SHARE OF THIS FINE;


better prices. You can always a OUR EYES ON OTHER GOALS MANY
better results

depend on IDEAL Fertilizers to produce V THAT CAN BE REALIZED IF WE ALL


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FARM MARKETS 3 Stages In Market Construction What Is Florida?

BECOME i .- At left Is se-n grotesque framework of the market In Its early per- (An Answer To An Important Question)
h rr iod of construction In these days it was still a subject of much discussion MY L. M. KIIODES

d I Some autd It would be a Howling success; others predicted
NAT'USSUE I gloomy failure Directly below Is shown the completed platform and ....

r, 1 '(" '. llmerock hardsurface In the process of being laid. By this time future Florida is a finger of land 530 Florida p''," ,

['"I looked bright for the enterprise but there were still a few pessimistswho miles long, running down into Iy in Its ?'" "" 'nv.daor

hilt Now 7/t Congress ',' predicted early demlwe. The scene at bottom ]in self explanatory tropical seas, fanned by the cool marketing ,np I .Jim, P8cklll) {
1> showing, plainer than words, what the market has come to mean to breeze of the gulf stream, alongit The agrlcuJll1I,,,, ,>, > $80w()()
Asks For $5,000,000 Bedford County eastern and southern shores, 10 per cen. I I', mfl, Inc
r and splashed by the waters of the means that -, .nouns
AppropriatiollFlorida ,,
:t --- -- -- -- Gulf of :Mexico along Its western farms and 1 K,"' ",""not.

has made great headway r shore. Its area is, in round num- ducts Valued ,,i', ran \I' vi(1(
bers, 35,000.000 acres In land and 000.000, At I' than 1;
in establishing, farmers' mar- 4 >II pr!gent fib
'i 1 3,000,000 in water. Income from I,>
kets and It la encouraging to note per Rune II
Its: agricultural and horticultural capita fo> >" 11
that the movement has grown into operations are scattered from I "IHlre po),
national Importance. Senator the Perdldo river on Its western export n,' ,I' ,I.
Josiah W. Bailey, of North CarO- border, to the lime groves of I' 000 worth of :' i ,111 SIUp()

Congress ..>. ,-,.'.;. ',.j{'t'...,. Alabama Monroe County.and Georgia A distance line and Atlantic via worth annum, so and we mil i ,,"ptflducta$55QI, () ,,
a great assistance to Florida, ns r :, .(.7-;: : ,':...tx ,' I" Ocean of 000 miles $45.000,000 'h4111J("
.'i, _: ,L 'Ntrt .a(}; _,_
+1' well as to other states In the promotion '- ": There are 72,857 :farms whichare During the' j ,"n

xi + of these outlets for farm .... -. --- increasing in numbers at the manufactured 'pi"< Ii i K's years have
produce '- '-, .,'-, -- ; rate of 115 per month. There are a range in annual} \ ,]lug" ,
', 'If'
r The bill provides for on appro ; ; ; : ; XTI ; : on these farms more than 100 I low as $116,00ouo
priation of 15,000,000 annually for IIHARDEE productive soils, growing practically $267,000,000, ,ni, ,,'n ''PproltJ bit"

W the purpose of organizing fostering every crop known to temperate average; annu, i \..1'10'', ?. ',
promoting, and developing semi-tropical and tropical 000000.
marketing and marketing service zones. With the pi."II. >?1 a grt'll
for farm commodities. This fund, r In
t Approximately 100 of Florida's crease the M I ..r" IlfaCIUIt
would be appropriated by the Secretary i are commercial; about one- paper, cattle f., from .
crops c.
? + of Agriculture to the various :I waste, from n ,
third of that number are shipped ling facto
states on the basin of population packing house ,
in carlots. According to daily accurate mi! 11/1|! fruit
\ with a particular view tog I I records kept by the State,so celotex and niii>.! building
ward providing; a marketing sys terlal from the waste
Marketing Bureau, Florida pro- of n
tern which will furnish
a steady m ills. co rn stalks
duced during one season the .trall
4 How of standardized basic farm COUNTY CONSERVATION of 163,0000 cars of The increase In sugar and top,
commodities to centers of dietrl1 Standard Of Farm Living manufacturing,
with as well asallk.
m fruits and vegetables a gross
1 N button MARKETS ARE PRACTICED BYWASHINGTON of forest product the
value of 108000000. Equivalentto T1*
l This Is one of the most Important BIG SUCCESSHardee Shows 102,827 cars were citrus fruits, of our manufactured product c
Big ImprovementToday's
bills ever Introduced in Congress within ten years
with a gross value of $68,838,000.The
., I, i i H for the benefit of the farm- County farmers having; farmer Is more and home-life has taken such a turn The Bradford County farmer total agricultural investment easily amount to $300,000Our

ers. congress has appropriated just completed the most successful more enjoying the pleasures and for the better that several signi- who thinks that soil conservation in Florida Is approximately fish and other' lIt'af
millions of dollars to teach the with better
farmers how to grow farm products season in recent years are conveniences that up until a few ficant conclusions appear Justifiedeven Is some new-fangled idea hatchedup $800,000,000. Its gross income I ing and greater adve'
I and yet It has neglected enthusiastic in their praise of the years ago were the "private stock" though the survey is neither by "test-tube' agriculturists," during 1936-37 season was $160- help an income of iemand sto
the most Important part of the State Farmers' Markets: at Wau- of his city brother. The level of sufficiently representative nor need only refer to the preserved 000000. 525,000pppannum.
chula and Bowling Green. They ,living In farm homes of the na- comprehensive to give more thana of
program and that Is providing papers George Washington, Our
+ Y phosphate pebble,
the tremendous benefit tion has risen materially since: general Indication of the level the exhausted state of pi
recognize my
; funds for each state to help the "father of the country to dis- over kaolin
coquina send
x farmer realize cash for what he that these centers have been In 1930 and a recent census survey of living. The farms Included cover the truth of the old adage, arable fields, and how Importantit als other act
q. has been taught to produce. They disposing of crops and cash returns Indicates substantial Increases in were probably somewhat above "There is nothing new under the is to adopt some system by 000 can if the produce demand another $J250,
,, bill will be far-reaching in Its there will gross well over a the proportion of rural dwellings the average of those in the coun- sun." which the evil may be arrested, I it sufficient
A beneficial effects. It will greatly million\ dollars for the season. lighted by electricity, providedwith try as! a whole. In the 1800 the first President and the fields in some measure restored -I market good. Florida unto
year three-fourths ot the phi
;w add to the extension of the Farm While citrus prices were rag- luxury bathrooms of radio., and enjoying the However, for the particular ones of the United States, wrotea by a rotation of crops used in the United'; States and pi

ers' Marketing system of Florida ged and undependable throughout surveyed, seven out of every ten detailed letter of Instructions which will not prey so hard upon, furnish 3,000.000 tons a year;
which has been of such Hardee On the more practical side, farm I had while sufficient Interval between
great the season, county growers automobiles six had radios for the management of his farm ing the next 100 years
value to the numerous sections of I realized a cash total of some tractors showed a phenomenal and on':four out of ten the opera. 'to a Mr. Anderson, presumed to them Is allowed for Improvement." Florida has $05 000.000 !tot,
the state. The bill at the presenttime $400,000. Much credit for the rise, motor trucks increased I tore dwelling was lighted by elec be his caretaker. Washington He then gave instructions to his in wood manufai. 'nrmg planU,
Is in the hands of the Senate large amount Is being given to materially, and automobiles multiplied 'tricity. On three farms out of proposed not only the growing of managers and overseers and requested forest products, raw and maim!
Committee on Agriculture and as market officials. The strawberry like rabbits. The survey, Including every nine, water was piped. Into clovers and meadows, but also the that "they be most strictly tured amount l in value 10)).:
It has the unqualified endorsementof crop returned a total of $449,391 some 3,000 farms in select the dwelling, and on two of theseIt use of 'compost, the practice of and positively attended to and 000,000 a year.
the Director of the bureau of for a bumper harvest with an ed counties of 40 states, was a was piped into a bathroom. "resting" certain lands, penning executed as far as the measures During the aWl season
IH! Markets' and the Department of average price per pint of a little part of the preliminary work be- Telephones were in use on three cattle, and other measures for restoring herein require will admit." proximately 2,000,000 age touristiv

Agriculture it Is expected that It more than ten cents. At no time ing done in preparation for the out of every eight farms, tractorson fertility He also worked Many of Washington's sound Florida, a gross revenue
i will receive favorable action and did the price fall below five cents, coming 1940 Census of Agricul- one out of every three, and out a plan for crop rotation cov Ideas have withstood the acid test r.tated; at from *300 000000
be reported out in a very short and during the closing weeks it ture.The motor trucks on one out of every ering the succeeding four years. of time and are embodied in soil $500,000,000.
time .M!. Dora Topic.SILK (Continued on page eight) change In the.. farmer's" (Continued on page eight) He wrote i "Considering, more- conservation practices today. i (Continued on pigi eight)

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? = 99c y 25 per

1'r centOFF

'r (Regular $2 Quality)

With thepurchase JULY 7TH. THROUGH I
1 ; JULY 29TH.

0 0

of one

We hardly know how to begin MEN'S
,d r
r ,, at the- CHILDRENS DRESSESRegular
4t, t to tell the people of Bradford STRAW HATSSOFT SPORTSUITS

regularprice Clearance Sale County how much we

of 59c and 79c PriceQuality appreciate the splendid pat. OR STIFF
I ronage t that has been accorded 95cWorth

k, $2.00 49 C our store since its openingin MENS & YOUNG MENS
J Sizes: 2 to 11
i Starke several years ago. STYLESIN
to $2
We realize that our fine suc- up

MILLINERYENTIRE cess has been due largely to SIXES FROM 8-YEAR-OLP
the good will of our farmers,
and for this reason! we take FELT
; STOCK OF this opportunity to expressour WELL AS THE OOft

appreciation pat.
ronage, and also to heartily

t, I "Heautiful Silk Stockings" ; congratulate them upon the 98c FROM-----:

95cRegardless completion of their State -

79c to 1.00 Farmers' :Market. Lets all Easily Worth $1.50 $1.69 $$1.95

work together for a greater
I ,,1 I of Bradford County,' and for ClothSUMMER $2.95 $$3.95
AH The New Spring and
1111 cost more prosperity for each and

Summer Shades every one of us. For Boys HATS 49 C UD. to $7.95.

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59c 98c


f:.;. 1.98
--. Regular
f s- White or

98c 79c $1.25 MSP? Colored $2.25 and $2.50 Quality

fti to 98c Quality All Sizes WHITE
Worth up to $1.95
A real opportunity ChNtranre! Sale" that will dellpt'yolll' heart and go
easy on your budget
t ONE LOT NEW *lair on aU your dry good& needs at a time when your most need cool summer ctothtagT -a e.w
the selection Is early
nrh'1 1'IJIU'IUi'aaU.tllCdOl1 an it i* our de.lre to please
UP-TO-DATE STYLES listed here ivprMent only a few of the oounUe.. barCa1n8. Everything $In .torkat you The
dueed prI.'ome., KX for yourself. It1'68tJy roe- SHIRTSRegular

1.69 ALEXANDER & CO. 95c

Worth $2.00 and $2.95 STARKE, FLA. B. E. HATFIELD Mgr. SEIZES '




LrjCXBj*. 1939 .. -- -- .- --._. -.. .. BKADFOnn COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA P.\OK FIVK-A

berg Lettuce :May Become Gash Crop For This Section t torogreSM"W

farmer, alway8new fore entirely monopolized by our ance are usually divided: ((1)) the West is largely due to the
western states. Here Is the
sources story Western
Including Californ I ,
''It a
I_ eartl' to swell hi.tolarge as told by an official of the rail- Arizona, Colorado, Washington, greater popularity of the crisp-
1I,? l' road company: Oregon and Idaho; ((2)) Northeastern. head types, commonly termed
Income will welcomelIII1ouncernent Lettuce has for ages been one I Including Massachusetts New "Iceberg," which can be more eel

that experl-' of the most popular salad plants. York, and New Jersey; ((3)) and isfactorlly handled in the mar
, /lave I'' last resulted of Ice-innpmca Early historians say it was grownIn the South Atlantic, including Flor. kets. Inherently exacting In soil
variety Ida,
ore' Georgia South Carolina, and and climatic requirements during
the of ancient
be gardens civilization
can grown North
lettuce certain periods of development
,auIb' Florida.d and was introduced into The annual production of all the South Atlantic and Northeast
recently made America from Europe soon after
news types of lettuce has I ern states were at a disadvantage
e de- the first colonies averaged
were established.
tmgrlcultural '
) because the available strains of
' by Air1t&ll'Oau lettuce is around 46,000 carloads for the
Seaboard Today a very importantcash
m. the Iceberg variety would not
eft nr last five years, with the western '
Called athe crop having an annual value I develop properly under conditions
III the transition of an of 28000000. Commercial producing states furnishing about 85 per-+ prevailing in these two producingareas.
stages hereto- areas, In rank of Import- cent. This
rant: farm mdustry heavier production in Lettuce production In New

2FSiII t: ti 4 i ,,o fir,. w1r'
4 p r


..IJ Harvesting scene. Production costs in Florida are
lower than in the West, ((2)) Florida iceberg lettuce Is graded t 9sr aiv
and packed in approved rammer assuring good condition 1 i
FERTILIZERS upon arrival at market (13)) Clone-up of a field of fine
quality Florida Iceberg which averaged\ 600 crates per
;' acre. These scenes were token near Palmetto

r York State, for Instance, dropped I I markets. The produce merchantsand the natural advantages in the
''x + from around 4,000 cars In 1025 to'' trade received this Florida- Southeast. a strata of Iceberg

500 cars per year at present, grown iceberg with enthusiasm. adapted to this territory were ever
i: QUALITY CROPS IN BRADFIRD COUNTY Florida In 1925 shipped 2.500 All of this attracted interest ofa developed. Lower transportation
I H cars (principally the leaf bunch number of prominent growersIn
types) while her present average South Florida; who planted approximately coals to Eastern markets, lower
costa of farm labor, and a wide
is around 350 cars a year. three hundred acre
On the other side of the picture of "847" liiBt fall. Manatee County variety of soil types and climate
.'.,. California'! production of Iceberg one of Florida's leading vegetable are the Southeast's principal ad
jumped from around 20,000 cars : growing areas, for the first, vantages. From the northen edge
In 1925 to a prenent annual crop time In the history of the state of North Carolina to the Florida
WE PREDICT running from 30,000 to 3. .OOO shipped to Eastern! market this line available soils range in char-
cars; and Arizona from approximately Heannn solid cars of fine Iceberg, acter from light sands to the deltaor
2r>00 curs In 1925 to 10- packed and loaded In accordance river bottom lands along South
800 curs last geuaon. While all with methods originated by West-) Carolina and Georgia coasts-!
;' THAT NEXT SEASON MORE GROWERS this Increase was taking place In ern lettuce Krowers and approvedby these delta lands were used for
,; A : the West, lettuce production In the produce trade. The Florida the growing of rice during slavery
s the Northeastern and South At- plantings of Imperial 847 produced days. Soil types In Florida.
THAN EVER WILL BE USING lantic States was comparatively lettuce comparing favorably adapted\ to Iceberg, vary from
drying; up. But not without vigorous with the Western product. Manatee Hand to muck.
contest by a few of the agricultural County growers Indicated<< they Of course, one swallow doesn't
leaders. will plant around 1,000 acres next make a summer, nor two successful
NACO BRAND FERTILIZERS Our agricultural departmentnever season. Other Florida vegetable seasons establish a new agri-
gave up the possibility of producing points expected to make cultural Industry. However, the
finding a variety of the Iceberg commercial plantings are Ovledo favorable results obtained with
type that would be adaptable to and Winter Garden the Imperial No. 847 Indicate a
Southeastern conditions Seed I This activity Is attracting attention strong likelihood of rapid expansion -
samples were obtained In nil pro- of Western lettuce grow In the growing of Iceberg lettuce
Nitrate Agencies Company ducing arena! for demonstratlonal ers, who have long been wary of In the Southeast
plantings In the Southeast extending
from the North Carolina cost
al territory to lower Florida. During
I one season, several years ago,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA In cooperation with growers and LADIES . You Will Want To
seed houses test plantings! of sixteen -
strains were made In different Look Your Best
localities!, affording varyingsoil
nnd climatic conditions. Kx-: For The 4th Of
perts were sent Into the far Wont
and Northeast to observe and r
July Festivities
study .successful production of
Iceberg, and to obtain Heed of
.- ::- .:-- strains that might offer promise, TAKE ADVANTAGE
-==-:-= under condition in the Southeast.The .
New York No. 12, and the p OF THESE
Imperial strains developed by the Holiday SpecialsNO.
United Stales Department of
".,.,:' .
''' Agriculture, showed encouraging
'": ( results to varying ,degrees.In COMBINATION
..AREAT: : the fall of 1937, 1". M. Con- Oil Shampoo Set nnd Manicure $1.00
nor, Seaboard agricultural agentat
; Palmetto, Flu.? carried to com- NO.2
pletion a demonstnilional t planting Eyebrow' and Lash Dye .75

of Imperial No. 847, an icebergvariety
developed by Ur I. C. ---
Source of Jagger of of the Agriculture.United States Heads Department !- STARLEE BEAUTY SHOPPE

I11I of fine quality were produced and STAUKE, FLORIDA"
sample shipments were made to
have had small New York and other Eastern ,
of to to know that we a I ._ ..
Yes it is distinct source pride us I -- -- ., .
a will to be the 'ilY,, n" ,niWIYUpMWIeWMWaaIIIIWNMWIIILIlYWI1111luuYwuni.,,,, ''' "I'WW". '
believed ,
what is prove 4
part in bringing to Bradford County Farmers'
date-the recently completed State ill
greatest factor in its progress to

We have watched the development of this project from all}its infancy of this several and} I:1 FOUND OUT WE CAN
trucks from parts
heavy-laden I
years ago, until today, and unload the produce of our rich fields to I t I GET MORE FOR OUR
surrounding counties pull up '
be resold and transported to all parts of the United States. MONEY AT JACOB'SMMMMMVM

and we are proud
today presents an inspiring scene .. ... .
Our Farmers' Market t "
-- "
toward .
able to do our bit -1 1g 1s : .: T1
of the fact that when the time came, we were of I'I' I IF'y4
in midst. That it may grow into one u', .,e+: + I.IHTHN: TO TilE MAN IX OVEKAJJJ:
establishing this new industry our and bring ultimately a greater degree ;;; I VOII WANT HOMM ltEAi.lN1t1 AMVICE'

the finest markets in the entire South i i 4, ., s ON HOW TO o.r. YOUR MONEY'S 1 'OR71Iyr
desire. k
earnest : .
our ,
of prosprity to our progressive county, ,I ,
1 4 I I
c A Sample
L. L. CONNER : Here s
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Chairman i 98c



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CommissionersBRADFORD 91.00 HILT SHOES I
Board Of County Hunvnrr HtuulrnCARMEN I I

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.. .. HITLER FORSEES HIS END; Congratulations


When You Are In Town I KET ON TillS OCCASION. tits

Make Our Shop YourHeadquarters. Adolf Hitler, sitting high up in the political drivers seat in Europe today, feared as no

man has been feared since Napoleon, astonished the world recently 'with an almost unbelievable SEEDS FERTILIZERS

forecast of his own doom in the statement that: "MY TIME IS NOW SIIORTI"These SEMINOLE STORES, Inc

words, so simple in construction and yet so great in portent, seemed almost incredible GAINESVILLE, FLA.

IF YOU HAVE A FEW MINUTES OF TIME I coming as they did from the man whose slightest move is watched with fear and Phone 867 U. V. Dickey, Igr.

TO KILL, DROP IN AND MAKE YOURI I trembling by the remainder of the world.

_J I SELVES AT HOME, WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD I II The startling disclosure was -
TO VISIT WITH OUR FARMER FRIENDS. On one of these countalns
I made in a recnt issue of a Hitler has built his "Eagle'sNest"

I popular magazine by Karl H. where he goes to plan CONGRATULATIONSTO

L FRIENDS BARBER SHOP von Wiegand, a noted corres- Germany's own fate.future and ponderhis

pondent. Hitler, the writer

I'' ,- --- .. .. .. -, -- says, gives himself six months
more, perhaps a year, at the most
litb er two years. and then .?

The Fuhrer (German for "lead
i KEEPir er") Is already living In a retreat
which he calls "Alderhorgt"

(meaning Eagle's Nest), high up t3 w
in the Bavarian mountains. Many THE FARMERSOF

observers believe that this lonely
castle la Hitler's self-designed BRADFORD COUNTYTHEY
"mausoleum." ., 4t
Whether this presentiment of
+ Impending disaster comes from a t ARE THE BACKBONE OF OUR

fear of death through illness or COMMUNITY.\ WITHOUT THEM THE

accident, or whether he forsees be- REST OF US WOULD HAVE TO GO
overthrown by his enemies or
ing 4
even his own people, Hitler does
not say. All he will commit. himself GREAT VALUE'TO THE COMMUNITY -

to Is this: 'Meine Zeit 1st nun AT,LARGE,
ur f kurz'-"The end of my mission in
the world is nearing"
This Is of terrifying propor-

tions. Hitler, von NOEGEL, Proprietor

COOLDROP Weigand reports, cabinet must not fly, 'An accident lying in a hospital shortly after
Is being consumed shall not come to the aid of ene- the war, blinded from a gas attack -
by a fever of mies of Germany," he explains.The on the front. "And as I lay

'''t IN DURING THE 4TH haste and impatience strength, the weakness of there," he narrated simply, "it
came over me that I would liberate -
fearful Hitler, this paradoxical interplayof
OF JULY CELEBRATION that he may not emotions, how can they be explained Germany the German great."people and make More Important Than Money

have the neces- Von Weigand believes That was in 1918. Today, more .
And Cool Off With time to Der Fuher stands under some
sary than twenty years later, he is still
achieve the goals mysterious command: "that long
and intense concentration on the striving to make Germany great.
Thirst he for himself -
ar- Refreshing set Yes there
are some things more important
lone ago idea ,And thought of the attain- But if he feels his time is short than

BEERIN THE FUHRER ((1)) 'rote the ment of power, now achieved, has and must act quickly, what does money. What business could exist, for instance which
exposed him to a 'might complex'with
liberator. of Germany. ((2)) To be this protend for the future and
all its mental, emotional and neglected to conduct itself legitimately, to render the
CANS, BOTTLES OR ON the Increaser, uniter and consolidator psychic dangers." the peace of the world? It is a

of the Third of Reich.Bolshevism.The (3) To. Hitler related to von Weigand question which must not go beg fullest measure of service to its customers? Without
DRAUGHT be the destroyer
many years ago how the divine I' ging. Only Hitler or the demo-
: first two goals Hitler believeshe customer confidence, success would be impossible.
mandate came to him. He was cracies can answer it.
the third,
has achieved. As
You Like It Best-
: -However von Weigand has always under- Reputation is not won easily and once won. must
stood it to mean that creation of
the state of Ukrania NAZ I be protected. We recognize these things for what they
Also, All Kinds of Tasty Sandwiches Independent - -
and the overthrow of the Bol- are, for we know how essential they are in our contacts
shevik regime in Moscow.It FASC---
is interesting to note that to- 'SM with Bradford County motorists. Gas and Oil, Wash
'' day Hitler no longer flies, the
; THE SPOTLIGHT same man who traveled almost SOCIAL. ing and Lubrication-these are for sale everywhere.But .
1 everywhere in Germany in his own
special plane. He has also given the sincere desire to serve-because it is a pleasureto

!, I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartmann orders that Field Marshall Goring COMMUN serve-must come from within. We are proud of our
: and other Important members of
reputation in Bradford County-a reputation which has
: Keillor's; '. Note: The following the state may be saved. Facism'
'article by 1>1'. Laidd M. Kplvpy,
Pre.ldent of Southern College, seeks. believes that democracy is opposed earned for us a long list of satisfied motorists. We'dlike
to make clear fur the average reader to good government. This
_ y the difference between the four to add your name if it's not there.
major. "Isms" that are playing such explains Mussolini's occasional
a big part In the news of the world outburst against democracy
i today. JJ>r. Splvey I nan traveler I In
YOU CAN 30 countries In the past three years COMMUNISM plainly teaches that
and I" well qualified to write on the state Is to end
the subject which he has under-
.; ; .; taken.) that the state was created by
man to help guard his liberties.
SAVE The average man today Is puz-
But, in reality, Communism uses
zled by several political terms. He
the state as an end exactly as
does not know what meaning to
Nazism does. Political writersare Houston Service Station
TIME pour into such words as Faclsm.
beginning to concur that,
Nazism, Communism and Social-
after all, there is little
Curiously enough, he does
.J_ TROUBLE, I difference between Facism and
not always consider it necessary
I to find meaning In them. He may Communism. Russian leaders
_ MONEY I be satisfied merely to react to say that personal liberty will be
I them restored to individuals as soon
emotionally without knowing -
ir BUYING SUPPLIES AT THE i their meaning. as they are prepared for it.
LOOK AT AN To The State However, only Russians believe 'I.
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. this. Clean Clothes
THESE PRICES NAZISM teaches that the state Is :SOCIALISM is compatible with
and end within Iself. Hegel, either autocracy or democracy.

Axe Handle, Each; _______ 25c the great German philosopher, Whenever men and women keep
f Hoe Handle ,. 25c who lived more than 100 years political house collectively thereis I ''f A Do Make A
ago, taught that God revealed Socialism. Sweden has dem- '
r n Axes __. ._ ._____'u___ $17:5: W E REJOICE I himself completely In the state. ocratic Socialism; Germany and / 1

Hoes _______________..... 70c And for more than 100 yean Russia have autocratic Social :
I iq Plow Handle __________.... 65c WITH EVERY FARMER IN TilE COUNTY Hegel's philosophy has been ism. :11
OVER THE SUCCESS OF THE STATE gaining a high place for Itself of Man i'a1' i fql.i DifferenceKeep
Shovel Handle ._______ 38c Conception \ / fPi ilN..
MARKET AND BELIEVE THAT In the minds of the Germans
FARMERS NAZISM holds to the
___ steadfastly
Plow Line .._... __ SOc
i ? uu One must not think of Hitler I
IT WILL ADD GREATLY TO THE PROS- at conception that men are not
') Trace Chains, ...-------- 83c something new on the scene in
_ PERITY OF ALL OF US IN TilE FUTURE. equal. Nazism holds that some '
Curry Comb _-..__________ 20c Germany. He Is Bismarck-only men should serve in lowly ;
Back Hands ______________ 40c more so. He Is Hegel's philosophy places because they are of In- J
come to Its full fruition. ferior birth, that
Saddle Pads $1.00 high positions
FACISM: teaches that while
Collar Pads ______ OOc the should go to me of superior
state does not have a divine birth. God has ordained such, r/; / I
Tan Leather, Ib. -----. ._ *..00 COMPLETE STOCK YOU WILL FIND origin, yet it must be in a position says Nazism. I

r lllock Leather, Ib. _______ 73o YOU CAN BUY ALMOST EVERYTHING to have the last word. FACISM teaches that, abstractly,' .(ff; I Looking

6" File, Koch ______.____ 100 YOU NEED JUST AS ECONOMICALLY. Each man Is asked to forego his men are equal, but In the work-
cross Cut Saw. _. Priced flight AND A LOT MORE CONVENIENTLY RIGHT personal liberty In order that (Continued on Pag 8)

l d Screw Driver _______.. 15oIloramens HERE AT HOME. 3 and Feeling

: I"I"I" Nail _________._ SOC FULL
__ .
_ N, Natty, Common, pound __ 5 G Best
y Pocket Knives ______-___. 2Sc WE WILL ALLOW '" \ Your

e'' Screen Wire, _q. ft. _______ So

,, ___J Hamper Wire, lb. -----.. tae $1.00 Credit i t in Attractive

Roll Hoofing, Roll ______ $1.15

Alarm Clocks, Each ____ $1.00 ON ANY OLD LAMP YOU MAY


-d Tom Thumb PalnU __unu lOc A NEWALADDIN
'' Tom Thumb Enamel _____ lOc

Lawn ]Rake ____________, OOc OIL LAMP Have you ever considered the psychology of Ka*
Quart MaMon Jars, Doz. ___ 73c appearance? Well, there's a direct relation between *
way you dress and the feel! Put on SOl
<< way you
Tobacco Thermometers! 75o: ELECTRIC
ANY LAMP rumpled clothes and you'll find yourself rather ;
Household Thermometers __. SOe NOTIELNO CAN HOLD US HACK NOW. WITH put on immaculate and youll
smart looking clothes,
W S In 1 Oil _________u__ lOo FROM OUR STOCK OUR STATE: FARMERS' MARKET A REALITY find, an immediate improvement in spirit; you ra
} Clothes Pins S dozen _____ 23eOalv. AT LAST. IT IS NOW TIME TO TURN ON THE gain your self-confidence and pride and really enjoy

t ; Clothes Lines ------- 23oVah BRADFORD STEAM AND GIVE TilE SIGNAL FOR "FULL life! And it isn't hard to keep wardrobe attrac
\ Board _____ 40o to 75e: COUNTY HAS tive. occasional cleanings by The Starke Dry Cleaners
Roller Skate ..... 60c will take care of that efficiently and economIcallY'
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fSWER THIS You May Relax Forever Hlllsborougn farmers received llrndfonl County School students TilE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD r
more than half a million may feel the pinch butthey'll
I dollars for their Spring vegetables get free school books this COUNTY UPON THE OPENING OF aw ;

llJZZLER? TAKE IT EASY !, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County. That is I I during sales in the months of year although Governor Cone did I THEIR STATE FARMERS' MARKET.
April and May, records compiled veto the legislature's $250,000 ila
as easy as you possibly can and still make a living in this at the Plant City Farmers' Mar- school book allocation, county I --- -

Lee-of the flames hardboiled world of ours today If you don't (we wouldn't ket show. school officials predicted this CROP

tditor Rell, who when not pound- want to alarm you), but the fact remains, you must prepare During the two months' period, week LOANS HOG LOANS
Herald market records show that
.v 576,621 Bradford's school book allot-
on his friendly to suffer the
,' out editorials _. consequences. packages of various spring commodities ment last year was 52.704.97 and Al1 CATTLE LOANS
writer- may be advertisements found reading, it is a sad commentary on were sold from the plat. It Is feared that schools will only I t
on grocery human I PEACE form there, grossing a return of receive ..q.2-PERCE ; r
f and likecomplaint wisdom that, of all OF SLEEP 40( percent of this amount
n d cause for In wonder reviewing such the remedies at their __ ...___._.___u $$546.958, this year, which would give the al ,
? The Plant City market, which local county about $1,082 for free "
i recently and gave vent to his build up dissipated strengthand was opened early this year, is said books. By a stroke of fortune, .I
line in the following fight breakdowns, the tired to be the biggest platform of Its however, the local department put GAINESVILLE PRODUCTION
t contains plenty of food for businessman and woman consis- kind, under one roof, in the world. in Its book requisition much el\ruer'' CREDIT ASSOCIATION
ght and is, we believe, worthy tently ignore the simplest, most than Is usual and obtained a full

presentation here In the hopet efficient, and most inexpensive Sale on Tires $1,200 worth of books before the GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
know the 'an-
may of all-rest,
Omeone perhaps do somethingut A few decades the Falling in with the spirit of the Governor vetoed the appropriation. .. -.. .... ,. .. !
and ago '.
( leading. '.- .. . .. .. ,... .
causes of death were the Infectious' Fourth of July, the Register Motor r :
e writes: disease: influenza, pneumonia tuberculosis Company is this week announcing"the
the newspaper busl- lowest prices in history" on I'
ding_ to we read a largeber diphtheria and typhold.j Fight: Hours a Day for Longevity Goodyear tires. "Everybody doesa
naturally Today, these bacterial foes have THE JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY
of advertisements as well been almost whipped; but In their by a group of authorities headed lot of riding on the Fourth," Mr.
One fact that Register said, "and I am to
news placeR have come the so-called by Professor Irving Fisher, of
,fairly leaped at the writer up- degenerative diseases, such as Yale showed that the lives of do my part to enable them to "COMPLETE HOME} FURNISHINGS"LAWN h 1

studying the trend In advertls- nephritis, high blood pressure, disturbances 630,000 or more persons could be spend their holiday on new tires"
recently, especially grocery saved The sale began June 27 and continues
of the heart and arterial by paying closer attentionto I
..rtisementa Is the growing In- system, diabetes, etc matters o, nealth, and that at I I through July 4. Prices are CHAIRS PORCH GLIDERS REFRIGERATORS
announced In an advertisement In
,js thai agricultural products In a recent issue of Good House least fifteen years could be addedto

m other market states are Every making week InFloiida keeping, John M. Gibson, of the the life span of the average I this Issue--of the-.Telegraph $2.95 $9.95 ALL SIZES y
Alabama State Department of American.
see advertised such items as Health, produces statistics of his "Have you ever noticed your Who Is J. L. Johns? 50c per week 50c per week $1.00 per week *
1fornla lettuce, Idaho potatoes, state that tell the story of the dog?" asks a writer in the Ohio "J. L. Johns" Is the lucky winner

as onions. Tennessee fryers, trend of disease and death In all Heath: Bulletin, who laments the of the Townsend Club Auxiliary's ICE CREAMFREEZERS '
Island or Main potatoes, terrific speed of modern life. COTTONMATTRESSES INNER SPRINGMATTRESSES ;
g America. The Alabama death quilt in a "lucky name"drawing
orado beets. Michigan celery, rate for heart disease increasedmore "After the dog Is through runningand at the Townsend Club

ryland tomatoes, etc, etc. than 100 percent between playing, have you noticed how meeting Thursday of last week in
15 Pound
For years the state press that hat 1920 and 1936. The same periodsaw he completely relaxes and falls the courthouse. But who is J, :3 qt.| ,t qt., fiqul., 8qut.
nation $14.95
a heralding to the alarming Increases in the asleep on the rug at your feet? L Johns? the Townsendites ask $5.95

,rida Is one of the country'satest death rates for high blood pressure He lets down, rests every nerve So far no one knows the gentleman 50c per week
agricultural states and In arteriosclerosis, and other and muscle, and builds up his Whoever he Is, he has a 50c per week 50c per week

Ilion to the thousands of acreser diseases that are the direct resultof strength. for the next run. You, fine quilt awaiting him If he will

cultivation, has a rich and high-pressure living too, need to relax. Take a tip notify a member of the Townsend Large Selection of Living Room & Bedroom Suits ? ,
tile undeveloped back-country Mr. Gibson phrases the problem from your dog and let down." Club.
description for its
t beggars neatly In one sentence: the strainof
iential .
possibilities. modern life Is simply provingtoo .---
valuable assets In
"With such much for the human machine.
to say nothing of the most In other words, while the tempoof y
earth, it Is quite
ftl climate on
our living has Increased mani- I
izllng to the average Floridian fold, our bodies have not been
i. other states claiming to pay strengthened to take on the added
;her wages than does the deepIth pressure. Silver Dollars GrowIn ,

can raise products which Figures show that approxi- 7 I
natural and thriving products I ItJt
mately 3.000000 American are +
[Florida, pay freight charges on jrlously sick all the time, and
m and sell them here at a pro- that about one-half of these die

te Common that Florida economics could would raise in- from every a year.book,Mr."Food Gibson and quotes Char- The Soil of Bradford County r ,a1 A4

native for home
Ie products acter," by Dr. Louis Herman:
with lower ,
sumption wages "The above figures should be regarded -
the necessity of
escape pay- in perspective to the fact
freight, thereby easily undering -
that at least half the population
the farmer In a distant
suffers from significant, prema-
,te ture, preventable physical Imper-
Sanford, a rich celery growing r t
fections, the effects of which are
lion of Florida, just err
shown In the thirties, forties, and s
good celery as any other area, fifties." 7
California and Michigan con-
A thorough study of the country's 1''
ue to ship celery Into Florida I
health and social conditions
retail it at a profit.. Florida's( II I G+ 1u IilHuidl,
ions. potatoes, tomatoes, beets, our own home markets is as mystifying u i r yiyyt r, qiI ''III I ''SfcE/r/ I ,
I 1M a''d A ii ICI ,1 I I I
are lust as delicious as the to us as to try to under- \ w_ I] w p yrlt Ml l7C l iu, h l hi"VI
limited variety from the states.., stand how a traveling salesman! ; ulg'' ,! ; ,. illgl; I 7k;

I'd ibove Yet the imported I) selling California oranges, for example t ; h ;p t ,',l'' N h ,,'l '' r'' I '
ft often' undersells the native I could unload trainloads of I '
'duct-, even after the foreign.I that state's citrus fruit on a local I

>veers md shippers pay the': packing or canning plant situated I j I' ilyl'a' I l ii{ I H ''r; i yll 6 l 1
gin and refrigeration charges i i in the heart of a Florida orange Irti! Ni ll Ml, ,q l "' ';r iw t d ,

thousands of miles. "It ,iinot that we are selfish, "Some folks say you can't sell
<'! would even think of wishing I It potatoes to a man who has plentyof I

the farmers In our sister!j jM potatoes NO?" I r
be derived of a market I

n in Florida, but the fact n..a .
re-// No ItIN! -No rears-No Doubts 1.1
ns !that Florida's tillers of
1 have tough sledding and]I Enjoy a NEW CARat

uld be given preference In I
'rlda's home markets. We re-: Used Car Terms
e too that Florida depends
,In its sinter states to buy our WEEK

nges and grapefruit, but only $5 c.\pproxlmntrlr)
eas and, California can grow 4-DOOR SEDAN
Ie citrus fruits in quantity. We
Full? i':ulppnl
o are cognizant of the genero-
:y of other states In buying
''rlda. huge crop of winter WILLYSLOVVKST

etables, but they do so whenir mS
own farm lands are covered r
h snow and Ice In zero weather
.'I' situation should be Investlted ANY CAR
| by Florida aasocia-
For Limited Time Only
co-operatives, the legisla-
e, and other groups. who should Henry A. McClellanWrite ,

ve the welfare of the Sunshine for Your local Dealership
at Ie at heart The present vol- 901 MAIN St.
e of business done by producers JACKSONVHXK. FLA.. \ es-there are Silver Dollars in ,the We are pleased with our decision to ,

8D Products native to Florida in field in Bradfordit I.I
the banking
good, rich soil of Bradford County, but

I County. Our relations with the people of
I takes hard work to turn them up: Hard

Here's this section have been very pleasant since ;
Hoping forward in
work and the ability to push
I IJ our opening here three years ago. We be-
Ii the face of difficulties-to stand pat when
i lieve we have performed a real service to

!I surrounded by what seems like unsur- the community in offering modern bankingfacilities I

-It; mountable obstacles. We are proud of the and all the attendant conveniences J

I I fact that the farmers of Bradford County without which no town or county f' '.

! have these fine qualities, for without them can hope to reach its full fruition. We

? there could be no advancement no pro- repeat it has been a pleasure to serve you '

I gress toward that ultimate goal of "Peace and we sincerely hope that our friendly relations -
>: I I I and Prosperity" that is the earnest desire may be continued to our mutual 4

of of us. benefit for many, many, years.
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GREW platform crowded to capacity. SOCIALISM." COMMUNISM order to survive, says Nazism. LIVING :i
I Graders have been running almost : EXPLAINED COMMUNISM has: no room for lUG
INTO FARM MARKET continuously and big trucks pull I religion, It teaches that religion -I IN STATE nIPRO\'EM})
(continued from page four)
k up empty and drive away loadedat (Continued from page six) is an opiate. Religion Is I (Continued from
Continued from four)
( page all hours! of the night and day. used by Its devotees to keep With 6,258 churches-one for went up to seventeen cents.! page

f Road nepartment. the State Marketing Bradford County produce has are Ing not out of equal.things Clearly in Italy, however men- men in Ignorance and to exploit each 241 inhabitants one for The complete report of the four.The .

Bureau and the WPA; found Its way to markets! never there is more evidence of them, says! Communism. In each 8.7 square miles, Florida to- Wauchula state farmers' market, six average dwelling Ctb')
'), before, and farmers have teachings, however, rooms and
of Its
tapped spite
I by the latter part of April a equality in Faclsm than in Naz- day can provide a place of wor- exclusive of the figures just men- was valued
realized thousands of dollars in :millions of men and women In "
I t. ; glistening border of time rock surrounded ism. ship not only for all of its citizens!, proximately $1.500 The
, extra profits without the Inconven- :Russia .still worship God. tioned, shows strikingly the valueof "
the platform and giant ience of hauling their vegetables COMMUNISM cries aloud on pa- SOCIALISM seems to have no but also for persons of virtuallyall the Hardee. county crops whichit living indicated by !
in and out per that all men are naturallyand beliefs. These figures substantially thlaT
trucks could at last roll to distant points.If special doctrine so far as religion religious market d.. higher
with the greatest of ease. Ap- like all other good things, necessaritly equal, but In is concerned. It tends to were disclosed in a report to State Cucumbers, $122,946; bell pep all( farms In these countlM7
actual practice places! some men
Schroder by
parently the center was now aU a market is worth "only what you on a pedestal. Some rule and 'substitute good society for religion. the Administrator WPA's Historical Roy Records pers!, $50,109, Italian. peppers, 30. The percentage ot f
:. set to become the great success put into it," Bradford County's others are ruled. However, there Is no incompatibility $310; white squash! $1,851; yel- eratora! having electric
that had been confidently hopedfor should prove to be an invaluable SOCIALISM is a philosophy which between socialism! Survey. low squash, $4,452; snap beans, fling water and IIgbt"
and religion, they "Just don'tcare The five denominations havingthe $1,755 Lima beans!, $3,702 Eng- bath
during the past three years. to ,the farmers of this sec- teaches that all men are equal. ; ; roughly /50 percent
asset number of churchesare gnater
Off On RIght Foot However, Socialism may be largest lish peas. $557; field peas, $1.- the number ,
tion of Florida, for no one can practiced and is practiced Baptist, 2,384; Methodist, 1- 170; eggplant, $11,925; potatoes, most double. having TherelaZ., ,
few later the
days managing deny that the men who believed 384; Presbyterian, 224; Protestant $498 strawberries, $447; toma- with ( "
committee announced the among people who hold that WHAT IS FLORIDA? automobiles
employ- Is
182 Roman Catholic, 10
ment of J. L. Gentry of Sumter, In it from the start have put hours! some men are Interior to others.! Episcopal ; toes, $78,173; okra, $78; green higher, with motor lit
179. Others with numerous truck.
,i, S. C., as manager. Prominentlocal of time and thought, loads of Men and Women (continued from page four) churches Include, Congregational, Total corn,, $2,692$281,407; ,watermelons, $133. i, cent more, and tractor. 100 So
NAZISM is sure that woman'splace cent more.
buyers agreed to make the trouble, and even considerable The more than 2,000 wholesaleand 78; Church of Christ Scientist,
is in the home. If she
4 platform their headquarters/ and :cold, hard cash Into its concep- 20,000 retail establishments 77; and Disciples of Christ, 86. ->-----.-..-.----,--
wishes to know
anything beyond
when the market re-opened at the
tion. The success of this great in Florida, and insurance companies Duval leads all cQunties with
this! particular area of life, let WHEN IN
beginning of the'spring truck JACKSONVILLE
crop /539 churches, while Glades is reported EAT
-fire, life and accldent- ATBISER'S
Reason, it was an Instantaneous enterprise will be a fitting mem- her ask her husband. Womenare
professional! l men and government to have only seven.
success under the new management orial to their courage-and SUC- treated as the inferiors! of
employees, etc., have an Incomeo
CEED IT MUSfor, Bradford men.
.. Since April 24. string beans County agriculture is on the For- FACISM adheres to the doctrine: more than 1000000000. There income per capita at $490.
i 1 that should confine their arQ other miscellaneous sources of The total wealth of the stateis
e .uash, Irish'!! potatoes, sweet corn ward March. NOTHING CAN women 414 Julia
(% 1i Fordhook Lima beans and various STOP IT NOW! activities! to certain areas of Income- of approximately $25,000000. ,- estimated at 3300000000. Our Street At The Postoffice
,1 life, that in those areas they population has increased 66 2-3
.:.-.-,---------.----------:. should be supreme.COMMUNISM This means that our annual per cent in fifteen yearn, leadingall LUNCHEON 25c-35c---50c
not only teachesthe gross Income in Florida is $1,896- the south and all the states
I PURINA CHOWS doctrine that men and wom- 000000. Some government esti- except one in percentage of In- EVENING DINNER{ 50c
en are equal, but practices the mates have placed the annual crease in population, and all south- >
doctrine wholeheartedly. Womenare gross Income of our 1,606,842 people ern states in per capita wealth except FREE PARKING FOR GUESTS

I to be found in all the areas at $1,930,000,000 and our net one. ..---------------..--

FOR of life. They even enter the .. .. .. ... ..,, .., .., .. .., ,, .. --
---- "' "
)<;, ; i SOCIALISM army. is compatible with .:: _: :" = : :: :: .. : ,: : :. : '. : ':. :'. ,.:,i4t-: ,, .,:

5 f\\ POULTRYAND. and equality women.As or inequality to Race of men Now You Can Get These Big Husky

i1_ t. NAZISM is sure that the German
people are high above all races!
: that God has seen fit to reveal
? v I LIVESTOCK himself completely through Ger-
mans. Other' races are only
tolerated and at least one is per-

FACISM believes in the equality
of races, with the qualification,
however, that some races are .
handicapped. One reads! that ..
HRADFORD COUNTY FARM-: only recently Jewish writers

UPON ; I. in were Italy.COMMUNISM placed. holds at a steadfastly disadvantage to Through July 4th at 10

i the equality of races. In Rus-
LIVESTOCK FOR A LIVING I sia one finds more than 70 races

$n living under one organization.Race .
NATURALLY THEY[ CANNOT a prejudice is at a low ebb
a> in RU8eia.SOCIALISM.
't+ as a phllos o p h y LOWEST PRICES
CHANCES-THEY BUY TIlE teach the equality of races. But
it Is practiced among nations
BEST. where prejudice runs rampant.
t As to Religion
FACISM has worked out a sepa-
., ration of church and state. The
---- pope has his own state, thoughit
includes only a few acres. He
is supreme in this area. Mussolini -
1! is supreme in his world. IN HISTORYSAVE
J TheMe two great organizations!
W SISTRUNK'S live Aide by side. When thereis
conflict between the two,
Mussolini seems to have the last

NAZISM holds that religion is
j necessary but secondary to .the, MONEYMan
' STARKE FLORIDA state. Men are naturally
.v// gious. Since the state Is
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In establishing their State Farmers Market the 5.50-17 reduced prices. Then, try to beat our

people of Bradford County have taken a great step $666 $732 offer elsewhere!

forward toward insuring the prosperity of the community -

I and we wish to offer our hearty congratu I

lations upon this great advancement. However, I

in the general rejoicing over this insurance of pros- j 6.00-16 6.50-16 BUY tae your credit<-onwr\e/ll'ftllon your<'

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-the first thing his friends ask is "Did he have any TIME I coat can Pathfinder ride on these) top-tain'

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at Madison St.
T i I STARKE FLA. 103.rv"
E. R. Bowers, Agent Starke, Florida j J Phone

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