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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 5, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BLANDING COUNTY TELE GRAPH Sweetest Strawberries


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Election Brought In Church Of Christ Stetson.Tenor Foster Shi Smith Health Center

Beer
r" Sunday
Named
For LexThe
According to L.
A. Mlchaux
School ,
ew resident engineer In charge of the Ready To Occupy tJ Named
city's defense projects, the new PrincipalOf Board Monday of County Commissioners Up To Voters .
by appropriate
north well which *
came In Monday

16th made 600 gallon. per minute on a New Home HereThe B. H. S. new unanimous Health vote Center designated now In process the- ,

\ 24-hour test, .or 864,000 gallons in of construction on Church Council Says :

LIp Iholder* (property own- one day. Mr. Michaux stated local Btreet aa .the "Lex Green Health
that the well ia capable of church of Christ an- "
Bradford County are pump- Foster Shi Smith. A. 8., M. A., 'This action was takenIn
bear In mind the bond Ing more than 1,000 gallons per, nounces that it will occupy its LL. B., of the University of Flor- appreciation of CongressmanR. Sunday beer U in the news

t for Tuesday. June 16. minute, but Starke's requirementsare new building, located In the ida at Gainesville, who has been A. Green for donating the land again.
tbe purpose of author- only 350 gallons per minute. 'I Temple subdivision Just off the tor the past ten years principalof and for' his untiring efforts In A dozen or more business "men

Ind i iue of $33.000 to "The "water has a slight sulphur Jacksonville highway on the Rat- the High School at Branford.: behalf of the project as a whole.I and other local citizens, appear-
from the taste, he said, "and i la as clear as ford was ing at the City Council meeting
84.000 grant road, with three services on unanimously elected principal' The Center will be completed
t for a more adequate crystal. Sunday, June 7. of B. H. S. from a field of seven within the next 30 days, and will Tuesday night, caused that body
Starke. "We will begin the constructionof applicant, at the to call for a referendum to beheld
cost In
t for At 11.00: a. m. J. A. regular meeting excess of 33000.
Krumrlne.
the pumping station there next of the County Board of Public sometime next month to let
3U expansion program who has been 1rnt Instruction -
din? preaching for the the voters decide the .
week. Mr. Mlchaux question.An
completed on stated. The local Monday. In his college
be
to congregation
d on the fourth
well Is between Washington and days Mr. Smith was First Aid Station ordinance, banning the sale
S and the pitcher
[ September Sunday of each month, will deliver on of
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Sunday beer
10th street the was passed
( I by
turned out not toJctlon east and west) and the first } Varsity baseball team.
r, vote between Julian sermon In the new the Council three or four months
!since a majority and Raymond auditorium. The new principal was elected
Immediately follow-
iillfied voters did not streets! (north and south). ing: the morning services a basket :3.CdqM to fill the vacancy left by E. L. Still {Needs HelpA 'citizens ago when complained a large group about of conditions local

II lelr vote. dinner will be served! on the Williams, B. H. S. principal for In Starke over the week-

ire 748 qualified voters Carradine church grounds, it was stated, the past four years. who submitted end. .
, print, and a majority oft Named and friends are Invited to enjoy Ni his resignation May 19 to accept !good start toward equlpplnR'the Beer retailers at the meeting
vote In order to have this occasion. At 3:00: p. m. there a defense position In Jack 20 beds In Slarke's First Aid Tuesday night stated that the ban
lion. This means that i will be a general get-together, sonville. II e is a brother of Station has been made, with a on Sunday beer was hurting their
Air Raid Officer with all former Hogan Smith and his family have number of contributions In cash
Iders must go to the preachers and Baptist RevivalTo business, not only on that ditv.
workers been turpentine onemtam and and material havlnir h.nn m....
who
line 16 and cast a ballot. have helped. or are -- : but throughout the week. Their
landowners in Bradt idou -iy by organizations :. and; Individuals
Po" a majority of those now assisting: in the work making argument was this: that when
it cast a ballot In favord The First Interceptor Command, :' short talks. W. A. Halli Start for many years. He comes highly but the goal Is still a long way soldiers find they cannot come to

| Iwue or it will leave with headquarters I n Jackson- burton, who assisted In the first SundayRevival recommended for his educationand off.The Starke and buy a glass of beer,

I authorities as well as ville announces the appointmentof protracted meeting held In 1939, experience Is well known In following contributions were they go<> to other amusement canters -
Iford County "out on a F. R. Carradine, Lawtey as will direct the song service at this services start at the Bradford County and well fittedto acknowledged during the week: and thus thje habit of comIng -

Sub-District Civil Director for time. At 8:00: p. m., It was announced First Baptist church Starke, on carry on the work of old Brad Mrs. Frank Hoover one sheet, to Starke Is broken, not onlyon

[lire In Tax School Dls3 Bradford County. The appoint- Harry Pickup, ministerof Sunday morning June 7th and ford High School. two pillow cases, one blanket. Sundays, but throughout the
| be sure to go to the ment was made 'by Bates M. Sto- the University Avenue ChurchIn continue through Sunday, June Mrs' Jeannette Young one
I vote for bonds on June vall, District Civil Director of the Gainesville, will begin a meet. 21, it was announced today. sheet, one spread, two pillow week.Members of the Council who
) Ground Observer, Aircraft Warning Rural SchoolsTo cases, one blanket. one comforter, have
Service.Mr. ing: which will continue for two The services, planned for several listened to the other side of
weeks or longer with services weeks will feature the one pillow. the argument- complaints from
eceivedS Stovali has expressed satisfaction each evening at 8:00: o'clock. young gifted and talented singer, Darby's Store-materlit! for 10 citizens concerning disorderly conditions

at being able to secure The history of the present congregation Chris Napoli, tenor soloist of the, Start Aug. 3At pillow cases In town on the Sabbath-
Equipmentre the cooperation of a man of such according to the record famous Stetson Glee Club, heard Mrs. Junlus Smith-clothing.: refused to take action In the matter

experience and ability in this Important -, given by the ones In charge of here three weeks ago in concert. I Mrs. I. P. Shepherd-$2. until they could determine the
received and opened post. The defense! both' arrangements, dates back just a Its regular meeting Monday Starke Rotary Club-$1363.: wishes of the people of the community -'
eetlng of the County active and passive, of the Eastern' little over three years. A few Mr. Napoli was born In Tampa, the County Board of Public In- The following articles are still through a referendum.The .
Public Instruction Mon- Seaboard depends to a large extent members of the church of Christ Ybor City. Raised in the traditions struction voted to open all needed: 15 blankets, 17 pillows, election will be held as

equlpment for the new upon the successful functionIng began meeting in the Masonic of his people, and with a schools In Bradford County-except 41 sheets, 20 pillow cases. also soon as the necessary advertisement -
addinjs. After tabula- of the Aircraft Warning Ser Hall on Call Street on Feb. 5, rare tenor voice, he was converted B. H. S.-Monday. August night clothing for patients. and other details have been
u found that the lowest vice. 1939, with Ferryman Dennison of In the Baptist Mission there, 3. It Is the plan not to open Anyone who can make a contribution taken care of-probably aroundthe

bids for all equipmentfor Midway doing the preaching, assisted under the leadership of Miss Fan- Bradford High School at Starke to this important cause middle of July, Mayor N. D.

totaled 621939. Plenty Of ThrillsIn by brethren Brogden and nie Taylor. Several years ago he until the new building and all may contact Mrs. Clifton Brownof Wainwright Jr., stated Tuesday.
consecrated himself to<> Gospel Improvements are completed and .
ere made to the South Copeland of Jacksonville. "Services Mrs. W J. Epperson. Jr. Mrs
singing In a Florida ,Baptist Assembly. fully equipped.The .
School Co. "Saboteur"At Epper on'l telephone number Is
Supply were held both morning and Pauper Roll ..
Since that time he has
the American Seating: March contract called for the completion 141.
evening through February,
Park Soon been a pupil of Harold Glffln, DI-
xmvllle; the Cox Fur- and April of that year, moving to of the buildings within Largest In History .
rector of the club, and baa won
180
days. Construction
Gainesville; the American on began Farm Census
the Legion Building
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Depicting the desperate effortsof national acclaim for his marvelous March 9, which would make "The pauper roll i Is the. largest
a> Gas Co., Gainesville; West Call St. the latter part of Sep I
Surgical Supply, Co.; fifth columnists to check UncleSam'a ,' tenor voice. Starke Is fortunate tember S the latest date for Its Studied By Board in history" said a County official I
le. No bids were're drive for victory ""Sabo May. In the privilege of hearing completion. Hence. B. H. S. will this week, "in spit of old age '
*Ul'." s. thrilling film starring : ,i"On May 28, 1939 Harry Pickup this gifted consecrated young likely not begin before September Tabulation of the result of an assistance aid to dependent '
k,sewing due to machines restrictions or a Prlcllla Lane and Robert Cummings : held a two weeks" meeting, at the man. He will direct the singingand 1 or even later. agricultural canvass made by the dren, aid to the blind, '

of ,* on ,. comes to* the Park Theatre Close of which. the congregationwas : bring the solos a* 'each service '- agricultural census enumerator, L. pensions the W. P. A. and cbll'I: 'I I
equipment '
not available,wfTKoulortty. making Sunday for a five-day, *un. officially organized with a, ftat' the revivalJ... 1... Ren/roe, was examined and approved hind of war work." Toe .
. .. W Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, membership of 29. Services continued Due to gas snoriageY services Provide Screens bv,.">'thS|''"Boarl ot' Oottnty of cuniynis; de. at the! I

,long recognized as the master to be held In the American will likely be held Inthe. evening For Health CenterThe Commissioners it t h fI 'regular regular 'meeting Monday. : were
N ard decided to ask the builder of screen suspense, "Sabotlur" Legion Hall each Sunday at 3:00p. only during the two weeks. All monthly meeting Monday. It \manlm ua in the opinion that

itractors furnishing this i Is. built around a breath- m. Daring this time three lots are Invited to the services which approved plans and specifications was noted !that the report showed something had to be done and
t to furnish their res- less cross-country chase in which were purchased upon which now start at 8:15: each evening. for the construction of 400 listings lens than It did five done quickly or the County wouldbe

!ems! Immediately so as CUmmings portraying a young stands the present building."On the new Health Center for Bradford years ago, which was accounted even more greatly. financially

aU equipment available aircraft factory worker falsely Dec 1, 1940 the congrega- Methodists Raise County, known In official for by the fact that regulation embarrassed than It I Is at presenton
Ion of the schools. i accused of sabotage, sets out to tion moved to the Woman's Club, circles as Docket Fla. 8-200, do under which the enumeration wan account of this one drain onUs
ontractor building the : track down the real criminal in where they met until May of 1941 Pastor's SalaryThe not provide for screening exterior recently taken do not permit the funds.,
bavlng some difficulty order to clear his name. when the Y. M. C. A. rented the openings. Inasmuch aa screeningfor inclusion of farms of less than Ed Henley made application for

proper sizes of framing II Norman Lloyd', Broadway char- building.: From there they again Rev. GJi C. Powell, pastorof this type building Is not only three acres. assistance from the Hoard, which
1 certain Items neces- moved back to the old Masonic the Methodist Church, will desirable but necessary, the Boardof The Commissioners laid over for was laid over for further consideration -
acter actor making his film debut -
mplete the wiring. It in "Saboteur turns In a Hall where services were held un- preach his final sermons Sunday County Commissioners in reg- further consideration a proposition The allowance of Mr*.
[ however, that this dif- brilliant as the vicious til the last move Is made Into the before leaving Tuesday with his ular session last Monday passed made by Contractor J. D. I Minnie Gibson was discontinued,
performance
Ill clear up within a dynamiter and killer of the new home. family to attend the meeting of suitable resolutions In thin. regard. Mathews to Install blackout as she 1 III now receiving aid to<>>
have the Florida Annual Conference at Since the Hadlow Construction shades In !the Courthouse. M. A. dependent children. That of Mrs.
Other outstanding "Several congregations
ring.
sabotage Mrs. of Kite also submitted a propositionfor Annie discontinuedon
carried on Southern College Lakeland. Company; Jacksonville general Aldredge was
vel Revival p o r t r a yala are multl-mllllonnalre those of Otto assisted the church in the of work Christ, one of Powell and children will spend contractors for the constructionof re-palntlng the Interior of the the grounds that she has recently -

Kruger aa the by weeks' tent much of their time visiting in the health center, submitted a Courthouse which was likewise married. That of James
Saturday head of the ring; Alan Baxter as which was a four Byron B. the home of her sister, Mrs. C. detailed estimate proposing to do held over for further consideration. Alford wait aim discontinued because

his lieutenant; and Alma Kruger meeting conducted by RIverside W. Weeks. this work for the sum of $327 In he has been approved for
i Entzminger: for as the society leader who becomes Conley evangelist of the Florida Bank at Starke assistance.
many E. K. is the addition to the contract price, the The old age Applicationof
of Christ in Jack Judge Perryman
ident of the Bible InIt Involved with the gang throughher Church elected local dele Board voted unanimously "that was designated as the County depository Mrs. Sarah Thornton was dis
done by
Great good was only officially
Forth Worth, Texas Fascist leanings. sonville. this addition be authorized and for the year beginning approved.
friends for gate to this Conference but other
snlwd! as one of the out. Hitchcock wall directed such brother Conley, many made and 13 local members will likely spend approved and that the Federal July 1, 1842.Chairman I Rosa Orlffls was approved for
Bible teachers in the widely-acclaimed films as "Re the church were If the Works Agency be requested to approve W. M. Edwards called pauper allowance in the amount
added to the con- day or two as spectators
WIll begin aserlea of becca," "Foreign Correspondent"and members were rationing does not prohibit it. such contract change or- the attention of the member .of S3 per month. The allowance
tVice. at the Pine Level "Suspicion." gregation. gas J. Moore will der." to a proposed meeUng of County 'of Aaron MoOuIre was raised to
Arthur
Bishop pre
|Saturday morning at 11 "The foundation for the present the Conference which official In Tallahassee June 13 to $((4,50 per month. Mrs. Green of
side over ,
AskedTo building was laid on Feb. 12, Additional dlscum tax and budgetary mat Hampton wan allowed $10 for inadequate -
Retailers will meet June 1014.It ,Sugar
v. W. E. Hall, pastor of 1942, the supervision of construction ters. A letter was received from relief assistance. L. L.
Cii announces that the Aid Stamp SaleThe being by Ben F. Hall local la fully expected that Mr. For Home CanningWith Keen St Allen, attorneys for the nedanbaugh was allowed $10 for
will'' continue through contractor. D. A. Judd did the Powell will be returned to Starke counties In the Railroad Tax the hospital expenses of his wife.

[May 14.: and will be held following telegram has been masonery and the plans are so for at least another year. At a a view to conserving. the litigation cases, I n which the'

|'y.' at U A. M. and 8:30: received by Joe Wilson for the arranged as to allow for the expansion supper-meeting In the recreational Nation's fruit crop, OPA has Issued Board was Informed that Judge Interest ReducedOn
Chamber of Commerce from Benjamin which the church expectsIn building Tuesday night where the a new sugar rationing regulation E. C. Love had signed final decree :
as well as members of H. Namm Chairman of the the future." Board of Stewards and their which will permit homecanners In favor of the state counties and I City Bonds

b, are cordially invited Retail Advisory Committee of the wives were the special guests of to obtain sugar In pro- school board Instituted by the I
United States Treasury Depart- Rev. and Mrs. Powell, the Board portion to the amount of fruit qA r. Rv. which should resultIn Because Starke has recently
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ment, Washington, D. C.: Girl expressed great satisfaction at his canned, the Florida Agricultural approximately 1000.000 In been put on the World's map,
Aid Ci "All retailers 'are being asked Sponsored By YWCAThe work during the past 12 months, Extension Service has been informed delinquent taxes being paid. and because "money Is cheap"
ass to in nationwide tributeto at the same time expressing the Previously, a person Certificate of the appointmentof the City Dads have been able to
WCA cooperate America's war effort on July Girl Scout troop of the hope of lila return for another could obtain five pounds per year commissioners of the Northeast extend and set up $9,000 worthof
all YWCA met Wednesday at the year so strongly that they pledged 'or home canning. Florida Regional housing City of Starke bonds, and have
It.ald CIasi) fOr Army 1 at 12 noon by suspending for fifteen home of Mrs. C. O. Priest, with an additional $50 per month to Under the new ruling home Authority was received by the the rate of Interest reduced from

1 any other women who sales of merchandise this brief Rev. Fred Yerkes and Miss Proc- his salary thus setting his salaryfor canners may obtain a total of Board, and Marcus F. Brown was 6 percent to 4 3-4 percent.The .
Interested will be or- minutes and devoting savings tor as guests. Miss Proctor, a next year at $2.8OO Instead of one pound of sugar for every the appointee I for Bradford new date of maturity has
sale of w a r
at the Y. W. C. A. (U. period to We university student will meet the former $2,200. four quarts 0 f finished canned County. been set for 1950. Thus, the City
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4)) Monday at 10.A. M. stamps and bonds exclusively. with the troop at the Episcopal fruit. An additional one' pound Notary Public bonds for Ovid, Council, In Its regular, meeting

Initial meeting it will be are counting upon that your we may personal report rectory Wednesday at 2 P. M. All Rents Crews HouseMr. per year for each person In the O Lewis and for Frances H. last Tuesday night, was able to
lI'hen and how often the cooperation so In this girls who have not received their family may be obtained for makIng Thomas each In the amount of handle satisfactorily a pastduedebt

U be held, It was an- 100 percent unity nationwide tenderfoot pins are requested to and Mrs. L. F. Cowdry, jam, jellies preserves and $500, and each executed by the which was at least inconvenient -
Ye8terday. vital program to launch of a retailersfor be present. At this meeting plans I who have been for the past year fruit butters. The OPA Is encouraging Central Surety Company of Kansas to pay at this time.

r Sarah Reed, asietant dl- July campaign I' will be perfected for the picnic i residing I In Mrs. Maud Crew canning rather than City, Mo., were approved by
the y, W, C. A. (U. S. victory. I which will be held at Crystal I residence on the corner of Wal- preserving. the Board. Fire Truck CalledA
.t to Jacksonville yelter.nf -- "Will you advise how many of Lake In about three weeks. nut and Jackson streets, have Sugar rationing for fruit can- I The Board also approved the
with tier a bowling your local retailers will partici moved to New Orleans, La. Mr. ning will be done by local ration- 'sale of $5,000 In City of Sebring few days ago at the Intersection

army wives to challenge pate. Please wire a. soon as possible Monster Tire Cowdry was the proprietor of. the Ing boards largely on the basisof bonds which It holds for a net. of Walnut and Madison
k'ollvllle army "YW" 80 that I may advise Secre- Starke Sign Service. I amount of home canning an price of 25 percent. I streets the fire department was

tary Morgenthau and President" From the appearance of a new The bourn has been leased to Individual or family unit normally called out when a car ran intoa

Roosevelt on Monday morning. tire parked In the office of A. J. Mr. and Mr.. B. F. Camp. The processed availability of fruits Andrews Rents House truck causing the car to be set

I Unit Funds Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit Camps are from Avon Park, but and related factors Applicants afire. Before the fire engine arrived -

Carpenter's Store Court, It would seem that there for the past several months Mr. should present their regular sugar J. W. Andrews has rented Nat however, the blaze had
J. Ford, : rubber or tire shortage In Camp has been employed at ration card. when applying for Steinberg's residence between been extinguished. It occurred
-cJay Health Director ofUnit the Has High RatingD. was Etarke no or Bradford County. It Blanding. and Mrs. Camp has canning lugar.Impromptu. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez and Dr. O about 4 o'clock A. M. .
::0 re- Guidon Grill. L. on Water Street. This!
the Board four feet In diameterand been cashier at the Haynes
ofCarpenter'
lOner Monday of County P. Carpenter, proprietor been measures 11 Inches in thickness, and They have been living at Lawtey. Blackout house was vacated by J. B. Carlisle Kemp At Camp
that If the store, haa
tlnued to drug from 300 to 400 June 1 when he moved Into
weighs
aCtiVIties expand and en- notified that his store ranks 14th probably It is marked 11.2524 Military StoreThe Starke experienced a partial his new home in L. A. Davis' R. L. Kemp, former managerof
as i 18 Starke'apopulation pounds. Victory
's profr'aln, antlelpat. In the United States In whatever that might mean to theaveral'e temporary enforced b I a c kout Pinehurst subdivision in the west the Postal Telegraph office

nC agenclel the County class In the percentage layman and ls for a Victory Military Supply Wednesday night so far as the end of town. here, recently accepted a, pool-
raise their would be ret'1 of sales of Rexall drugs. There are machine, Mr. Thomas Store opened on Call street this street were concerned. A short The Andrews have been livingat tion In the Camp handing telegraph .

eqUal $3.7o approprla- 275 stores in this clasMficatlon. grading Tuesday. The inner tube week with Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldman circuit on a IIl'htnlnganeater at Klngsley Lake for several office. The Postal office
ar. TbI8 for the en- Carpenter's also set a fir.. record stated striking resemblance to a Irving Hertz. Miss Hazel the city light plant caused all years, bat tire and gas rationinghave here is now under the management r
fUrther report Was laid by selling |1T2 worth of War bears a for a battleship of Los y and Miss Etta Belle Roach street lights to be extinguishedabout made a difference In their of S. K. Catlett, who came

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The Bradford County Telegraph It's Rubber The GasolineA That's ImportantNot Kay I A ROUND W TEJ


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; r + "t ... Matthews" ._____ Editor" 0wDerstBSCBIP'J'JON and well-meaning governors of Eastern Seaboard TOO LATE

KATIe states who protest gasoline rationing on the TO CLASSIFY RAID ALARMTO LEND A HAND GRACE '

there Is no shortage seem to COMPLETE THE CLINIC METHODIST
that gas TO Rev
grounds .
Yearly, $1.79: Six: Months, '1.oc 0 With a lot of folks gallopln' all BK PURCHASEDA HazZ&rd |
w disregard the fact that the main object of the over the landscape predictin' the; committee, consisting of Mes- How about a little free laboron Sunday School ,
aMorning
'; :, 'h y ........ed Weekly on Friday and Catered flee! regulation is not the conservation of gas, but the awful and dire consequence that dames L. H. Futch Louis H. Hill the clinic. The clinic is In Chlldren's Day prolTata.lI

.p t'' t.the Pat Office at Btaslut R9. saving of rubber. are bound to result from the restrictions -, H. C. Kelly W. Hal Edwards, need of a bit of carpenter work Worship at
Md ClaM Matter $ II
t of rubber in the Urea and travel,,i "A
By far the greatest amount on gas, Earl Edwards and G. W. Roberta and some painting. Inasmuch as Lead Them." Little Ch".
United States 1* on the wheels of private automobile It is refresh to find one guy I
In Santa Claus met with the City Council at the this Is for a truly worthy cause, Evening
who till believes
Of Production forced to draw on Worship
;; The Battle *. The Army may be at I
and contend that despite the Inconvenience regular monthly meeting in an effort we feel that It is Incumbent upon jest: "PaUl'1I Great
t Been Won this supply before the war is over-therefore. It WOrl
ti llu'Largel1l and disadvantage to obtain the town's approvalof ; those capable of these Jobs to Mrs.
Is. vitally Important that the auto owner be stopped Maude
r + ) "The battle of production has been won," from burning up his precious Urea) in needless there are worthwhile benefit to the purchase of an Air Raid give a little of their time to the assistant Miss Welts bll
offset them. EIua
y wrote Paul Mellon recently. "American Industry alarm system at the expense of completion of this clinic. Dr. succeeds Mrs
Walter director of the Maude
the In April out of the preparatory riding.Each Hay, Ford Is doing a great work here Succeeded IIrI
went over top committee hav- Miss
of the protesting governors thinks there Safety Committee of the Florida the town. This Adel Dttk
and Into the great American and at the cost of not one cent was
Succeeded
organizing phase are good and sufficient. reasons why his particular: State Chamber of Commerce and ing done a splendid job of raising to the recipients, so the leaat we Miss Enza by MIq
which no one can equal will
stride of mace production Fire be
of American
state should be excepted from the gasoline ration- president the funds, was given every consideration can do to show our appreciationIs P. O. and an IIIet
line
on will
anywhere. From now on the production points out that praUtant
t 4r Ing, but if Uncle Sam Stan letting down the Casulty Company and after several opinions to give him a clean place to to a
Mrs
e4't our charts win go nearly straight up. the number of fatal accidents has advancedIt WeilL
and Ideas
bars the save-rubber effort will be shot to pieces were aired administer to his patients.A Mr. and Mrs.
Ve
That Is an incredible achievement, and It bee nsharply reduced and a lot that the town Q J.
Gasoline rationing Is the only home front program of folks In. Florida are was agreed small sign is needed for the Jacksonville, Were
here
takea Incredible statistic to describe It. In April, right would the and In
+ p :: Dt our war production was at the rate of $40,000.000.- that hasn't met with wholehearted. support alive and klckln today) who ac- would pay purchase any deficit system remaining front of the clinic. A sign painter Tuesday IIi'll. visiting their
The OPA has already Indicted two could do a noble deed in paintingthis .1. H.
in the South. to th elaw of average, Redgrave
cording:
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r'' will be about 23 had been circu-
g 000 a year. The June rate per after a petition ders has
filling station men for selling bootleg gas, and would have been In hospitals or sign. Everyone can be of been connected J
cent greater. ADd by the end of this year, the lated. assistance. I n this S. A. L.
travel bad particular railway
there to enough evidence on other violators to fill' their graves If motor for
p economists confldenUy predict we will be pro- The success of this petition was case It Is a matter of public and recently
is 4i not been curtailed. was
traut'
t the jail*. But people In the rationed areas are
duclng at tbe rate of 170,000.000.000 a year. assured last night when, at this health. That Is something that Jacksonville.We .
t'' last chance to mend their before While he admits that business
a
getting ways the amountof
learned book will meeting, pledges to cannot be overdone. Aa be-
In time to come, many a will suffer never are told
In certain classifications that
did "the big crack-down OPA says. $::10 were obtained from memo fore in tbe history of our cox Vem
be written telling Just how private Industry he sees a bright and promising country was so scared at lib
f, it this job-a Job which Is unprecedented In world Make\ no ml1" Uncle Sam means business. future for the small! town bers of the committee and council the Government is promoting pub- last week that when ,
This Is and when Army or Navy requirements and most of It is now in hand. lic health both educationally and asked "Do
war, thJ
history. Two years ago we were totally unprepared 1 under the new way of life. Fast you take
make rationing advisable folks who won't This is not only to keep readers practically.'Everyone la urged not Vernon said 'i .
rr.rl r for war. Today we are outproducing nation motor cars and good roads en- DOM
that
but to tell no
posted
S. which devoted moat of their resources to cooperate are going to be stepped on. They'reIn able folks to journey to the larger Is from you this draft of only to take every step to p'ro- said further that tni,
one exempt
i } tect their health but to looked
own en- as If
communities In search of mer- they
getting ready for war for a decade or more. In the enemy's camp a few cents or more. You will had "
chandise and entertainment and courage others) to do the same. case of palsy.
a 8)J) 1 Item Kampf, Hitler says time and time again that thousands of dollars which rightfully be asked for what you can give, Now is the time for immunization Dick Ferguson and .
the democracies are weak spineless, unwilling and and when one of these good ladies 1
'"< Pray For A Short {War- should have gone to the of children for small pox, ford have a new rimmA
$! ; t unable to fight. The Japanese also pinned abundant approaches you remember that and You have Dick has
r But Prepare For A Long One support of their own community, diphtheria typhoid. a kicker &l
>R} be bombed as well as
faith on that supposition. This country, along were spent instead with thorn of you can the means at hand so bring your George and their respee

A* r F with the other United Nation, Is showing Hitler The President, Secretary Hull Vice-President other towns. those who gave $5. Just give what children in to the Clinic Tuesday Hies, the new kicker m

Via how tremendously wrong be was. Wallace and other top-flight officials have warned Now the local tradesmen are you can. No one will be asked afternoon 2 to 4. newer boat repaired to owl
for more than he Is able to give.
'r r' The skeptics said that the assembly-line principle the people not to become too optimistic--and to coming Into their own. Folks This system will cost approxI- We are advised that George better lakes for a tryout f

I could never be successfully applied to the disregard the current crop of rumors to the effect who for years have looked down mately $200 and any monies collected Roberts would have been per- fish fry was planned H

manufacture of fighting airplanes. Ford, Boeing. that the Axis: Is on the verge of collapse. There Is their nose at the "home town" by this petition will be used fectly happy in giving his pretty fished.ladles got We the pan hott OJ,
hi stock are told
1' Consolidated and other planta have proved other- sound reason behind that warning. Nothing suits merchant criticizing s to pay this coat. Any surplus little daughter away If he could enjoyed the that
and of his service, HAM.
i { wise. Some of the finest military airplanes the the Hitler-Hlrohito combine better than unjustified complaining funds will be used to purchase only have snapped his fingers In
N now are forced to patronize him Mr. and Mrs.
y world has ever seen are being made almost aa optimism on the part of their enemies. NothingIs supplies for and the furnishing Church. What a pity someone Vernon I S I''
and are finding out that local enterprise turned from their
..' % swiftly as automobiles were In the old days. Skeptics so fatal to a nation In modem war as com is both Important and of the first aid station has not Invented noiseless snaps Sunday. wedm
They will
.
lei
certain that forecasts of tank production for fingers and noiseless whistles
J were placency.The Starke at the
necessary. Sgts. C. R. Eaton A. A. Nalley, trains. home of L
+7 1 M were fantastically high. Chrysler and other newsmen who were recently released from Another good thing Is the fact Jr., and R. K. Kline and their for our Mrs. Dave Sllcox parent//]

/ maker, to the contrary, are today well ahead of Hitler's Europe brought some very Interesting In- that, confined to their own backyard respective wives left Tuesday for Miss Elizabeth Plummer of non. They will be at 1 h

h+ ft' the forecasts and are going farther steadily. formation with them. Axis morale they say drop- folks are getting acquaintedwith Texas to spend a well-earned fur- Jacksonville Is here visiting her their friends after Sund
9 y Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plum
: 1 There Is only one dark ..pot-merchant ship ped when Germany and Italy declared war on us. their neighbors for the first lough. The Nalleya will stop in parents. Mrs. Armin Wehrle In
This
mer. lady is In train
output. The ship-builders have done an excellent But Hitler has most of the people sold on the Idea time and learning that home folks Ft. Worth with the other couples ing at Riverside young Hospital in Jack- Harry Kendall left Sat .
Job in the face of staggering technical difficulties are a right nice set of people going on to Amarlllo. From there Fort Benning where n,]
that must win
they or perish. They are doggedly sonville.
when take time to
f' you really will leave for wlill
the Sgts. maneuvel'lland spend several weeks
but the fact remaIns that United Nations' lossesare
determined to fight to the end. There
It on very know them. their wives will remain In Mrs. Mae Wells and son, Ernest, husbands who are Lleulenl
somewhat ahead of replacements. In this as are relatively few rebels-and the Gestapo Is With Joy riding out of the pic- Texas with the exception of Mrs.\ spent several days In West Palm Our Uncle's Army Tbstl!

In other fields some revolutionary changes are active and efficient. ture, folks are looking around Nalley who will return here the Beach with her daughter, Mrs. will return to Lawtey wi|
1 i + taking place In production method. In the last their own neighborhood for the Jack Bailes. Mrs. Bailes Is remembered
It is'" possible, of course, that the war could 14th of this month. All three neuvers start in Carollm! ]
Tr { n d war, it took close to a year to make the 8,800-ton end with startling suddenness. It happened In first time in search of new in-!' couples are motoring through.Mrs by her many friends as We hear that \ernonl

Liberty shlpo we used then. A Portland, Oregon tereato.: They are being'thrown' Martha Wells. till
r 1918. But it would be the height of folly to \ .- Joe Shuford of Jacksonville had a letter from

t i yard recently produced a 10800-ton freighter of anticipate that. We can for short together as never before and arelearning spent Tuesday with her par- ,Mrs. Jennie Dosser of Tylor, Sammy saying 'Son. eooj
hope a war.
t'I the standard type we are building now In 60 day. to like it. Local theatre ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plum- Texas Is visiting her daughter, your Uncle: Have a hart I

And it Is believed certain that still faster production But we must build and plan for a very long one. are getting a break people have mer. Mrs. C. C. Carlisle. The boy Just got married.]

more time for church and for the
,: will soon become commonplace.
support of local organizations. A Greenwood were visiting )
fi' The warship building Is High Cost Of Living HaltedThe One ha taken advant- la Invited In
4 program reported new sort of neighborliness .Is community everyone to Join an Mrs. J. Q. Rosier here !SW1

ahead of schedule. Special emphasis Is laid on price control legislation which abruptly springing up and It all tends to age of the present situation by old-fashioned round table discus U A. Redding of 1 R

b q the production of the destroyers which are needed benefit the community. All of, reviving the old-time "TownMeetlDg'r slon of the prot>lem. It is a visiting relatives hen
1 U halted what seemed to be an Inevitable rise in the and once each week mighty healthy practice and
for convoy duties, and for protecting shlps-of-the- us are learningto walk again evening.
of-the- ;% r line In naval squadrons. And the U. S. submarine cost of living, has been called "the greatest move and the exercise is doing us a lot I citizens are Invited to assemble serves to build better citizenship

k ; ,r fleet Is growing satisfactorily. for conserving and protecting otlr whole econo- of good. 1 and In open forum discuss problems as more and more folks come to SEE IT AT THE PA1
of mutual Interest. understand. BEGINNING SU1'DAS"
l Not until the war Is over and the Informa- mic structure that has ever been undertaken in With home enterprise doing
r tion Is of the modern more business, more money is Citizens who ror years have remained While the restricted! use of the
no use to the enemy will It be possible history of civilization. UNMASKING ;.:
k circulating, rrferchants are employing aloof and indifferent to automobile may prove Irksome at
to tell the whole of
story behind
America's productioneffort. The fixing of prices placed everyone on an more help to meet this what was going on at the city times we will probably find be- you
What can be said now is that no nation or /equal level including merchants In hall In the fore
their purchases Increased business, opportunities or courthouse, are It is over that It was a
+ group of nations ever did so much In so short aperiod from wholesalers and consumer In their purchases for new business are everywhere. learning that it pays, now and mighty good thing and we will

of time. At the end of the last war, Von from retailers. It applies to every merchant from Towns are beginning to find thatit then, to look Into such questionsas come out of it stronger and bet- a

j Ludendorff wrote In bitter admiration that the the big city department store to the little cross really Isn't necessary to go "Where does the tax money ter than we were before. We don't

(l United States understood how to wage war. The roads country operator. Now, If a consumer hasa elsewhere to find a good doctoror go-"How much is being spent have to worry now about "keep-

cold production figures show that the United bunch he's being "stuck" his lawyer or optometrist and on waste and non-essentials Ing up with Joneses"; the moneywe
complaint will !
States understands It better still today. have plenty of backing from Uncle Sam. when they patronize their neighbor or "What can be done to make wasted on unnecessary travel :

they are helping to build a our town a better place in whichto and car upkeep can go to buy, ,

more prosperous community. live?" more bonds and stamps; our

H lIS WEEK IN ; Confined to their own city lim- Now and then an outstanding health will be Improved as we A UNIVERSAL PICTURE

THE WAR i Itll, slot of folks are learning to speaker Is brought in to tell what learn to travel at a slower pace; .

1 4'1"1' THINK about their own town and bas been done in other communities the local community will regainIts ..

:jlI"' (A cummarr or Information on the Important development of the I its problems for the first time. and following such talks rightful place In the sun while
\,I" wsek. made a.pltable by rfrietal sources In the Office of Government '
--
,j ; ; :: neporta, Wa.htnglon D. C.) fellowship and local Interest will
make better
us citizens and neigh
I .. ARMY EXPANSION AND NAVYThe
TRAINING plete rationing system. He said bors.

President asked Congress I I there will be
additional
4; Chief of Staff Marshall shortages Oa&4H69'
I announced for RESOLUTIONS
N ) an additional $600 million for in FROM THE
yn> there will be nearly 400.000 ,- expansion of naval aviation and power, fuel reserves and BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOLIN

l soldiers under arms by of warship tonnage. The Senate transportation. W P B Automo- LOVING MEMORY OF

the end of 1942 rather than 3.- passed and sent to the House a tive Division Chief Kanzler reported MRS. IDA LEE DARBY WHO

+ 6OO.OOO as originally planned at bill authorizing the Navy to acquire nationwide: rationing of Author of "How to Win Friend DEPARTED THIS LIFE FRI

r, the start of the war. During the 24 non-rigid blimps, raisingthe gasoline would' help relieve potential and Injtucnci Peo lc." DAY EVENING, MAY THE

r part four weeks alone the army present limit on the numberof rubber and EIGHTH, 1942

;'e ., .. strength haa been Increased by such ships to 72. The Navy automotive replacement We are deeply grieved by her

'd 300000 men he said. The Civil Department authorized enlistmentof parts shortages. Board departure and will miss her

( A Aeronautics Administration called 1 10.000 additional college Juniors Chairman Nelson said administrative Christian Influence and her lov- '

d for volunteers to be trained a* seniors and graduates between difficulties will make it ing counsel. We will always "NEW LIFE']

4 1 h gilder pilots In the Army Air 19 and 28 for Reserve MMshlpman I Impossible to Institute such gas- TIME IS :MONEY ; cherish her loyalty and devotion .for Spring
Forces. The training leading to to her
: glider training is commissions 'oline rationing before Church and all Its activities -
7 open to men 18 to 39 holding pilot a* ensigns June July 1. The The Manchester Guardian, one of the world's most distinguished also, her consecrated life Oxford

pt { licenses of private grade or' eI\'IU\N SUPPLYThe ration quota for new passenger newspapers, has figured out that each question and her beautiful character. We

t; higher, to graduates of the CAA! WPB automobiles will be 40,000 asked by a member of Parliament in the House of Commons feel that life has been made richer Get Out Those Old

i program and to pilots completing! 400.000 scrapped reported automobiles more than !, plus carryover for unused quota costs the English taxpayer about seven dollars. Dur- and sweeter by coming in con- We'll Make

t 200 or more glider flights. from March, April or May. of Parliament Colonel is tact and serving with one so Slippers.
I from auto graveyards yielded ing one session Harry Day allegedto Do For Another Sea.
r The War Department said medIcal 3AO.OOO tons of scrap metal during WAR BOND SALES have asked 879 questions which cost the taxpayers of t lovable.

students who have completed I April, approximately 200.OOO The Treasury said war bond England over six thousand dollars. I i We feel that our community, Sb

yd Y 1' advanced been ROTC courses and have tons more than the average sales from May 1 to May 29 to- If you are in business, why don't you figure out the dollars 'I our Church and all Its organiza- The Electric
accepted as matriculants In monthly yield for 1941. The taled $615 million, while the tions baa suffered a great loss
week? For if
wasting Shop
example
an you are every you area .
approved school of that
medicinewill Board said American motorists quota for the month was $600 can never be filled, and her I ""
be commissioned Second have In the tires and the worksof million. April sales were $336 salesman, remember that the only time you can earn devoted family has lost a sweet Opposite Park

+ Lieutenants and placed on a deferred their automobile a rubber reserve million. The June quota Is $800 money, is the time you spend interviewing prospects who Christian mother. We commend

Qr duty status. The Senate of about 1,20OOOO tons. million, and the goal will be raised can buy your commodity. Why not figure out how much I them to the One she loved and

r completed congressional action on The WPB said a Victory Safety to $1,000 million In July. The time you are wasting in the office every day? trusted so much for solace and

a cadets bill each increasing the number of razor with a plastic handle, a Treasury said 1.000,000 retailers One of the highest paid life insurance salesmen (Franklin comfort In this their great nor

member of Congress zinc cap. and a zinc or plastic I throughout the country are being Bettger) rarely goes near his office. Mr. Bettger com row.While
may appoint to the U.
r from S. Military guard will go Into production In, asked to sell war bonds and mutes to Philadelphia, and when he lands in the Broad we are bereft 'God has
Academy three
,t: iI increasing authorized to four and a few months and will be offered stamps equaling the value of street station, he is only one block from his office; yet he called her home, and we think He

v the cadet from strength 1,960 of to the public when the present: four percent of total merchandise often goes to a telephone booth in the station and spends an said to her "Come unto me and
corps 2-
to
j 496. The Army reported nine i-upply la used up. The Board an- sales In July or approximately hour making phone calls. He knows that if he goes to his enter Into the Joys of thy Lord
w nounced It Invite $160 million worth. thou good and faithful You
new Infantry divisions will be organized from specific inquiries office, he will spend another hour or two there doing things have kept the faith one.
manufacturer and the
before the as to LABOR SUPPLY that his could do. Figure out how much run
end of Aur secretary time you ; "
how course. Now
they we must be submissive
may employ casein, -
gust. a The War Manpower Commission are losing by talking politics and winning thatdon't
1 1I basic chemical made from skimmed arguments to Hilt will.Submitted. '
s SELECTIVE SERVICE milk, aa a substitute product said It U considering a plan matter anyway. by, PHONOGRAI'RECORDS

U. S. Commissioner I I for scarce chemicals. Produc-,Ito bind management In critical Shortly after the World war, I was in Paris helping Sir 'I Mrs. W. B. Alexander,

I a tt Studebaker of Education tion of all musical! Instruments labor areas to hire workers with Ross Smith prepare an illustrated lecture on the story of Mrs. L. H. Jennings ,

430.000 men have reported been about t I, except violins, cellos and some certain skills through the U. S. the first flight ever made from England to Australia Mrs. W. J.. Epperson. _Larger
rejected Employment
'? for Army Service so far because I guitars was halted. Piano manufacturers -! eliminate Service. In order to flight which won him fifty thousand dollars and a knight- Committee.EVERGREEN .
"piracy" in ColumbiaView !
: such
4' ; of illiteracy. Of these, 250,000: will turn out gliders, The Commission also said areas hood; and made him the Lindbergh of England and Austra- Bluebird/

}, aS + d4id r are physically fIt. He said a I organ factories will make blowers workers refuse to accept suitable If lia. Sir Ross and I went to a shop in Paris that sold lantern Okeh -

J I y program Is being worked out toy for link gliders used In ground employment in war industries, slides of various countries he had Sown over. After look- Ity Aim. F A. Rosier Deccaaafl- _

give the "functionally illiterate" training of pilot and factories "without reasonable cause" the ing over slides for a couple of hours, the proprietor of the Selection"
basic training in which made French horns trom- lost his self-control and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Rosier of Large
r reading, writingand boneD circumstances will be referred to shop exploded with a volley of pop
arithmetic. The President trumpets e'c., will man- the Selective Service System for French words. In the midst of all this French, which was Jacksonville spent the week-end Classical

) told a press conference such rejections for ufacture precision I In. t ruments consideration In connection with Greek to me, he shouted "time is money." It was probably with Miss Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier !

have a low mental level airplanes. any request for occupational deferment the only English phrase he knew. Yes, time is money in week-end Mary Rosier spent the '
'j because of lack of with her sister, Mrs. M.
I, opportunity. VTIONINO any language. It is more than money. It is life itself. So T.. Hamilton -
-
near ._
need to Lawtey. -
They be
1 Improved nutrition helped and through Price Administrator Henderson if you need money, don't waste the stuff it is made of. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brannen of --

( through a manual vocational possibly of said essential there will be more rationing RULED INDEX CARDS-.3x3: The Frenchman's method was not good business, we Jacksonville was visiting his par- E. L. REAMS
p articles, but the country $1 per BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGR.U'D. will admit but he undoubtedly ents, Mr. and t'd++nafGAINESV11J
training process, 1111 said' is a long was quoting what had Mrs. W. T. Bran- 319 W.
I way from a com proved to be, to him, the most important business axiom. nen recently L fEb

Mr. and Mr. Frank Cruce of


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Notice III hereby glven that the following d""cl'lb..d Sy of SEV4 of NWVj 8 tt of N ISO tt ot ,
sold at public auction on the let lands will b. NKW of S\V 4 3" II 601' S
day or U.
County of Rrsdford, State of Flurlda to July the A. U. 1942 at Stsrke, the sw'. of NE. A. SKM of dtrlckland It ot N U9 tt of henry Moore 4 IT
herein pet oppoelle to the same, tugrther pny amount duc for Case. NWNWo e.t SEWi I < 21 120 II. J. 6 .
with Kolllng-
all cuntK of ouch eat.I and I.e..nard Crawford 1.66
WI'
WORROW advertlsing.DeaerlpGu. of SWi,, of NES Ex fl ot N 237 tt lit
Jf 5 A & Fq of Ei4, I.nt II
\\'' N 5 A 10 6 21 30Vtn It of N 276 Hohnt Scott 1,65
swt (Cap) Thomas : tt ot
.,
I .
I..d. mount of .
of "Mer.'rwp.' Rge. Arr. c.f A11i'\. > A SE of 1\
(Iwner Tess'. Aletander 'ru'ker 1.5/*
& ('sate WV4 & NWi, of SEV, 12 II II 120 R. t. Crawford ft Ruth
SI-t! ot 8Wl4Fti 26 8 19 RO Empire 8W4 of NWV 14 1 U 411 Laster Crosby r..t JttNII 110 tt Jenkins 1.6e
Lumber
BOBiT SON All 8'1.1( S l'o. R.70 NEV.: of
DON ot NEV U 6 SO 14(1 Mr*. Annl' Aivare6 lesander. Tucker S$7w
River 28 8 19 20 Emptrr I.umb..r (' NWV;, Of 8E'4' 2i 6 20 141t ti.t.. ,\blll" iM tad .1I..v Irvin 4a7
FrRd NI-!ri 35 8 19 200 : 0. 292 Heir: at S1-J, cor of NWi,
NW\4\ 86 6 19 160 Em mplr": Ire Lumber ('n. 210. ,r.n.N VI, Pf HW'', A on N tine of area tails W'/lllams 5,61
expected p Lumber ('u. 16.95
WyI1ifNE'4 &Wof! N 66 degree W tlil rt "J of fly: ,
3 7 19 UOrM. 735 ft to Sec line .... & run foJ 161'1''
( M.
little; doubt that .before SIB moo} Nli.or NES'. 10 7 19 40 leabrlla n. Harrell 8.85 thence N 170 ft to NW th.o" n 1'1 parallel
I. of our 11)0.4' ot 467ES4 Cor of NWV, of SWI nthence .
some 24W'w 10 7 19 40 Lloyd ICy 1(1..11 rt thence ..
mer Is over and come of ot : & NEC'L ot Bang gggN K 660 ft >A at right .nabs. "

'7e6ear5a11't be thee W\4\ It $W y4 of a:; '. 10 7 19 leo Empire: Lumber 660 ft to Beg Ex 1 A tt t hence N .
will
raid "drills" 'YY60tf8E 1" 11 1 19 4U Lloyd Barr Cu 11.25 on N stale A Ex 3-4 r l lIy 632:
A\ NE\4\ ctt Y UI A In NE Cor t 7 U 6I.try C. Plllard }, t"Wllh 63.24 II J2 20 H. T. Bennett III'
raids built rather t4 11 7 19 120 1\ln. B..ulRh 2A In SW Cor of NW'. of :N\V'i; I':" It A
way, NES 6 ot N'V'.4 12 U..rrl'll 1$50 of NW'4 of SW'4' At E t'nr
Englandm 7 19 40 Emptre: Lumber U II U 28 Unknown 11.15
: ved morale to EI, ot NJo='.. ot NE'4 12 7 19 2U Larkin lo. Cu 4.61 W4 of 'lor K wl., t 121 12 r )(, Hut NF.of:
Weeks
to be a warning that NIot aJo:; I t N or JUv..r U 7 19 20 Empire Lumber 2.63 Lot 3 of lilt Sampson ofVI rW i', ., 3t 1U 10 A. A, Annla 616 .I
l.hinir would happen here. NW 4t. or AW1,4 ]3 7 19 4U Ih 11'. Vining Co. 2.52 City t 7 21 t'nknuwn, $, Wt. ..t} ofNEI:; U II U 211I.nl.: I..... d\\'ardll 3.711 /
realizeKick MEy4 or etc% 2G Ii 20 40 M. W. Mann 457 Blk 40 KampHon City AI : .1 ;>; ''Ia nf IS,:6
undoubtedlY Cora at NE Cor of NW'of 3.45 I A K nf Blk 40 In '. ,It : would quickly add too N\Vy4 & run M aeE E'n! of NWtj of SW 4 4 7 21 2 MRrv r. tillard! (.f N\4 211 II U U .JtJ.n TI..I"le 6,17
I production activity yds W 148 2-3 yd., N SKI' : ,, of N"]'," of SE1NVi .. 5 1 21 111 T. II. \tltl ot I'IW'. "f NI\.
more eager 2-3 ydsof \ of $JoJ'. of $E44: 5 7 U 10 Unkuowll: ., : 2 A In N'V ('(Of' 2:1: 123 ft Ned It..rry 35a
us to0b
,ld make gda207A N" 3 A III HW Cor of M-: to get into the fight. But NEV & N8E 0} of NEW' W of Roail. & : of; MW'I., 1 M\VS4\ 23 6 23 10 n 1 I. & 11: lu&t"lIow U:

f realize that it might cause NW" 1 6 20 100 1Ir. SWli of NK'i ft. t-K1, of NR'I. ot E25 II 23 10 Inknuwn 1,66
activity which Wit or ftWtf nf SE'4' &. 80 The C.French Raul"uun 15.38 of NI:... Ex 7 A on :5 I FINJoJ :V'\ '
L defense offensive !. or JW'4; 1 6 20 Novelty side 10 7 21. 16 H. .1. Prescott 1.t a n} i
,away from our \VyI ot NW1,4 1 8 20 20 Shop 1\r.\ Inc. 8.311 ;:W S. of sw'i II 7 21 to N. J. 1'rescult f.k ... of "SKI4': 4f ME':'. U 5 U 11 L. U. 110u.lon 3.66
e1'd like to see the town. of N\iS"A 13 6 20 40 The C. ttllul..rl'On 2.33 $', of NW'4 of SW'i 8NI. < N'iI' "r $W'4 of
pro- French ov"lty 'y Inof SW'4 of 8WU I, 17 7 21 to Jo'. M. l'lukhll111: I 3:1: b U 10 Unknown 3,07
|lea demandinlaaesore Shop (nc. t.60 6 A NH] 'or of NF\, N" I.& ot 81'I l. ot
ore NEyn\ ot $W4 12 6 20 to ('eerrte T. Dowling lit AI I t.20 of NES being 63* ft N 26 6 U I Laura Coy .,17
End soldiers. HE44 ot of HW4! 12 II 20 4U J. O. Turner Et AI t.20 & S by 4JO ft H & Wo 7 21 II Unknown '' } Ny- of Wtj ot
Elf NWI & ,
L raids this summer > Wlil ot SEV of tiW-4 Ex 1 A 28 6 U 6 Joe )teed 3.66'
are tirle SW'4 ot1li'EI4 14 II 20 100 O.oJ. Crosby 7.07 In NI2 t'or 20 7 21 39 H. W Surrrncy A of Nty or NWj' _
tie \their chief aim-to NIg ot NW j i of $WIj 15 II 20 20 Unknown 1,95 NF:44 of SWVi at 7 21 40 I n. Younll. 26 5 22 "Jnltn Tnehslonc' .. 1117

activity and thus dilute MWy4'( ot N JoJ!4W' 15 II 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. 3.45 wo,.". of 8WU" of SW'. 28 7 21 20 Irll. Auule ,1;;. Ward NWI I. ot N11't. 26 3: U 211 Frank J. Smith' 485 }'
strength. Ei4 ot 1' ot SW'16 II 20 20 Unknown 1.95 All NWl of .NF '.. W of F'a ot
bsive $ ot SE 4 111 II 2U 40 Empire Lumber Co. 3.45 Ky Ex 5 A Hold C. A. t.: offfly 26 6 U 8 .'. A. Fisher 160

type N.; t l7.r NEI4 8 SW44 of frewa & Ex 6 A said } NF:", of J'IW &
:
ot 2t 8 20 8/ .mplre Lumber Co 878 L. W WIlHon A Ex 5 Ni'l' of of
Germans do drop bombs NlIr1 8WI1 E ot nlver 21 II 20 10 umpire Lumber Cu. 1.20 A In NE Cor to Ilevlll \ "f \y 28 6 U U Unknown 1.15
SE' of rt.1x 3 A In A Ex 2 A owned by 0f i':I. of SW'.
: :
mted States this summer $W Cor Church 22 II 20 37 0..0. C. Johns UO It. S' Waicdln 29 .7 21 22 It. W. RIII'r"ncy 'i} 26 $ 82 13 federal Gunk nllllk ..0'
L of bombs will they beTs E'h ot SE't 22 II 20 80 11. M. John.. 791 E'*, SEL>4 Ex 1 A In of SE'4 of "'WI.

subject which is being Free' ot toIW'.4 2:1: \I 211 40 H. M. Johns t an t...,.J'tL. of NEW, of __ ,- I. :Ill II 22 t :lire. llerlhn 8111"k..y tl1
raid schools all ilk 1 New River 23-2t 6 20 J.1R' u, Adkins .113 i 2:1: 1 21 u 79 \Ir.: Annie E 'al',1, I ins rt "'Ion N
fc at air Lot 1 or Bile 8 & Lulll w'i': 'f NW% E" 1 A of 54Wt; of SW'I
!
f country and. of course. 3.of.. 8. 8 otIlk 2" for Church 30 7 21 TI: T. I... Casey & sdjulnthg ulI .
Ian do more than guess at & Lota 2 t&6L 8 i..l 12of r..II.1 21t 123 11. C. 1..1.v J.t. 7111
)ilk d. /, IWlj of AW' & Wy!{ of : NWt4 lit I4JoJl. 2" II 2:1: 10 It. I I.. brown 286
er. II ot Illk 31 & Lot., 2. //'IW''y of HIS:I.. 30 21 00 1'1, I K, l'.rrymUI' of $ .:l, r SIP ::0: 62:1: 10 lluttle. Moore 3U r
[li considered very unlikely 3. 6, 8. 1. II, 9. 1/1. 11 SI1 ot 351.I' ) of N\V'4 311 1 2t YO 15iknown 1 .f $I': of NZYt4
| high explosive bombs "f Hlk 32 & Lot 12 ot NI.j! .r N":"G 30 7 2t 40 Ceeil It. Mour" } ,l':' 26 II U Ii Peter 'ristluleJ Sr 2,57
fused v7 because bilk 43 & Lots 2. 3. 4. WI'u or NI4! of NW' :2 I II 2:1: 20 t.\I'IU' M. /1'lItlli i N\\' 1, ot NWI &
at present ro 6, 1' 1 of m 44 & 1 IVIa fit I.ul 9 In Wood- utoIW4\ .nf N\I. 2T II 2:1: 30 .Ilunie: S. Abney 11.111
ight it too great for a long : 4 of 46 & Lenin 10 5 22 II Curl. Ji..ck.r : t I'I''J:' or /oIW'5of &
It \that a bomber couldn'tem Lot 2. 3. 6. 6. 7. 8 ...rtl EIV l ot 1..1 !9 & all Lola : long distance but : ae II.L9).t70.1.d 13-1 10 II & W". of Loo of :11..1", of "MFI''I. }
a 6. 7, : : 12 III 'Vu"wn 10 II 23 30 Mrs\ 'l.It..re..R Ueck..r 41I: Ct ut SE14. u.r
|dn't carry enough to make .t Rlk t1 & Ulkll 61i. Mt{ fir Lot 13 In Wood. I ..f $I'::' n II n Jill 11. 10', Jllllter 17.0IS
oem worthwhile. But high 66 New IIlver 23-24 6 20 limn Mitchell 12.11 lawn 11 II 23 I\.N.\ A. HlllrUnlt t NI' I1or IIf M....

be flown in 4vof Lot :12 'Vootllllwn 11 II 2:1: 10 Unknown run W 1620 It
bombs might NW\4\ 26 6 20 40 H. N. Jnhn.. 420
NW'4 of NW'.. ft! 6 20 Itite, 48. 111 In Wood- / tt 71 162\1. It i
secret near-by 40 11111Ir. 1.lImber Co 41i1 .
rriers or 'SW' !. ot eE4! 32 8 20 40 I.. }t. tirern 6.13 lawn 11 //I U 20 .1. T. Mun.l, : Il to R. a. 28 II U 40 J. U. flltutul',1 11.77 R

To air raid wardens flreI MIP,4. or NEI4 3:1: II 211 40 lhlsaVlison 1,:st 461 Lot 61 In Woodlawn 11 II 2:1: 10 Paul 1:066! \\\ $;'j. N vW.1;: :} P
I cemen and others are beV.t NEI4; 3" 6 20 160 Jo'lr..1 Hon & Lots 6M. 6I.! 110 III Wood- '
of NW' & NI,; h
t what to do about them. MurlKIIIl" l'oll1l"ny 15.17 lawn 11 II 22 80 Pnknown' : \ \ l 'i
NfJI,. Ex E 2t A /I/ 7 20 136 Fred IIl1z..n 31.39 W'1 ot SF'i ot Nt,. 12 II 22 10 IL W. lta.vll.,1 NEI4 of d\\4j" o Ihl J. ;'
I as civilians are concerned Lola 8. 9, 10 \I 7 20 t61 It H. Itllul..r..o" 18.60 A'', I.. of "'I Pat or Nis'. 12 Ii 22 10 Pnklluwn 211 5 22 \Vhllehend 605
Vgh explosive bomb fallsthe Lots 11. 12 6 7 20 107 R. H. H.I1II..n 33.97 SEC, ot I'IW'I'! or 8WI.' JI: //I 2:1: 10 l1..k..uwn. of 141.:1'1: 2.of SWI.\' u It JJ; 10 Jack 1'.wru..1 .U7 hS
,
Lola I. 2 1 Lola I, 2, :3. 4. 13, 14. 15, : Jt 2JiI.
[ only thing to do Is re- 7:0:: 107 e. L. \tkln"oll 21.1i2 3:4! 46.:
N'' of NI4 & SWI4 of 111. 17. 1M. 29!'. 30. 31, 14S ,
fend keep a good distance 1cI4 alai 1 thae portion: ::12. 3331:' 36, 36. 46. 46. r.II. 1i:1.: 64. 0i, &
ur tut
lome have fuses in them so ot 8F.'4 of NW. in of 47, 44. l0' 11,1. 84. III, \ : & \V'11 411..f 41.Lot 42.4" -

II explode in ten minutes.ay 1Iolld 8 7 20 123 C. e. 1IIelvin 32.29 Woodlawn 13 //I 22 250 J. V.1all.r '..... \\... 39 Ii 2:1: 1911 \\". Jr. (111'11111"1\ 18,71 '
E:: 210 fat of N 830 ft Lots 6 6 11. 12 inVoodiawn :
several Lilt U2 In \\.ull.
go days bellodmg ot 8WI Ii ot $W4! II 7 20 3 George Butter 389 ( i ts 6 22 to.r II. WIJ""I" \ ::
aD II, 22 5V.. 11. 1I'utllln., t.U
There is no dim. Lots 28 In 'VoOfTlawlI J.I 6 22 20 Mllry 10:. Ward. I
27.
MWIi .f 8WI4 of 8W'. II 7 20 10 V. vJI..II 2.08 1 I. ft, 7. 8 & Nty 1 0.
I I.ot 41'' ''n 'VollIawl1 13 5 24 10 Hld.\I'd. 1l"lInett l
recognizing them because Lot 9 ot RIk 1 8 Lots ...l 18 & all lot
| enormous in size most ofgang I. 2 of Hlk 10 8 Lot I.nle 61. 62 In Wood- I W".IIII\ 3/1 12:1: 1\5\ tTnkll"wn 711
lawn 13 6 22 2C'.M.. A. tthodcs ,
12 ot 111k 11 & Lots '
.
III W..llnwn 30 II 22 114 A. t. 1"1"1' I.U
in weight from 2,000 2. 7 or Hlk 12 War E'y of R\V', of $l'4 14 6 2'2 111 Nolllu I W F'ritnk I
I :: ; 64n/ W..I"\\'n 311 6 J; 1:1: 20 11"1'1111111 A. UUdlpr I66
,
uds.. City 8 7 20 Mrs T. P. Ward Est 6.26 SW14 of Sl. of NI'4 14 5 22 20 Rosa. William.
tote 13: 111! In W"I11WII, 14 122\ 20 l'l rn'\lh' .Turd lot 11WoutJ. -
cause of the difficulty of Lots i, 2. 3. t, 6. a ofRik I.nt 34 'Vn.lIawn It 6 23 10 I1. H. 1..lrt. 80 II U 6 Unknown 1.41
em-and because of the 8 Ward City 8 7 20 Mrs. Carolyn Oerow 8.48 Lot 39!' \\'n.Ii..wn 14 Ii 2J 10 I'nkllo"'n I.t 62 III Woud-
Lots 24. 25, 28 of Dlk 30 II 1:1: 6 Unluww" I.tl:
I Lots 32 In Wood-
of raid 15. 16.
purpose any being 8 Ward 'City 8 7 20 C. C. Melvin 8.88 lawn 16 II 22 30 11. L. Ithl'Mhy 1> I.ut 17 k all ,
Id lear over as largo an Lots 6. 9 ot Rlk 12 U. 31. 3:1: In

possible it seems much War City 8 7 20 Mrs. E. .1. Ward F.et. 2.05 Lots oo'I,2;\: ,2, 27. 'f i8 In 1ft II 23 41) .lnsrphlile (.....klll" \\ 31 6 2:1: 83 (1. F:. "r"wII .87

ely \that the enemy wouldr Lots 3. 4 ot Hlk III I fit 25 \Vnodlawn I 15 II 22 10 Slxnlcy Rrmidagu :" NI:' Nh" all II U 10 Sarah ..layer I63:I
111O ,
Ward City 8 ,7 20 : 3.99 of .
W 1.1. Malphurs N'' of Lot 46 In Wood- of .
bombers-full of incendi- Lots I. 2. 3. 4. II ot Dlk lawn III II 23 II I'" A. Fisher I IT.nt WI.. 3.1. 12:1: U n. r. & U. 'lrlltC'lIulV tOft t

,bs-little fiery missiles 16 Ward City 8 1 211 Ii P. Gllln"y 12.10 51 In 'V..lhIWII III Ii U U Mrs. 1 11. U. lIane3/ : ur NWi! :I II 13 411 A. I'. Sumner. .07 I
Jeigh only two pounds and Ions 4. 6. 7, 9 ot BlltL ot Lot 60 III'uuol- .r 1'11'4:' II \I 13' 411 A. I'. lliu"lII.r 6./11 I I'i

bomber cap Carr4tn 4,00ARIES <23 IS Ward of HIIIY1l2 Ward '8 8 r.,, 7 20 V. V. lIaztl. ". 1.23 W'uj lawn ,.f ? .;., III Ii, 22 II Avery L, Keever 'i: I':;4N4WV4: ( U M1V'iiW'3\ ?. II :Yly J jUt{, ,v"\'.. ,'I.I'y'.1j! .. qu ,

L City 7 20 T. J. B..xt..r. 6.62 : SI Lot. 61 In Woo.l- ( land ', :t II 23' III 1'ntrxv1'elnwrlght .114 '
NWS4 or $I Ii'4 Ex fly 0 7W: 34 \\-ar..y Coi'p. 4 x3S1S'4 : pawn 111 II 22 II A. glokc-r :\ iof l'; .tEtLL\ t 6 2:1: 20 airs., U. W. HI'uw" un I'
( attics ot 8WI4 II 7t0: to I.. H. Crosby 6.U ( "r Lot 00 III 'Vool- I'WI.. I I; 6 I;
One: tract 296.31! ft si E'v lawn 1/1/ fj 22 II 6tfs. N. n. Harvey 15.0'P."P. I Es!: W X A II 6 23:I 25 John IIh..nt a.l0 'I 'f .

e Incendiary bombs are in MW Cur: of NI'j. off lots 4. 13 In 'Vnndlown 16 6 22 211 1:;. C. lo"J..y. : .f NE'l 7 0 23 411 AclRIII Garen 467

d I the most likely to fall SWI 13 7 20 2 unknown 1.58 Lots. 19. 20. 2:1.: 30 In NV', .t N'V''4 II 11:13: 111 Adam. Ur..." 10L
ft skies over the United S' of SWI,4 ot aWl,. 14 7 2/1 211 HI'onk..r Tp1. Co. 2.62 \Vn.lIawn 18 II 22 40 U. C. Barnes I
$W4W uf 14 1 20 8.81! of N', ofYIi
NW44 40 N. e. 1,1t ot I
2:15 tt
Lot 21 & N
hundreds of thousands of is of 1t.01 10 8 22 II n"o"\I'1I (jrlrtls 2.11
lIy k
Fl'\1 ot NW'y ot RE'. 14 7 20 20 Empire: Lumber Co 262W 20 21, 2X In
are being instructed inpo y.J nt NEII of MI:44. 14 7 2/1 20 H"uok..r 'I'pt. Co 13,261'b :\ t"l\ \ 'n IG Ii 23 20 $1"'lnlrJON''Y] / NW'4' IIf NI 1q II 6 2t: 20 Louise C. Ullrcllll"r 1.119

about them.instructions ot NE' or NEy t. 14 7 2t 20 H. I. Jlolllfh t.a:1: Lot 02 111 'Vo"Jlllwn J6 II 2J 10 311x, 1 I';.
I have been SEt1:N or ur HCllld' :'4 Ex Ii A 111 7 20 35 N. C. 1'lott 3.119 1 Lents 26 {;; 1 VO'7;IIi e wJO' 23. 17 I 5> 22 ill r. H. 10111"1'" Jr. I !I town. or NIt II II U 211 A. (I. Ilogera a.II'I

verywhere and most of us w'.( ot NW''. 15 1 20 80 E:. L. Crosby 10,77NV. Lot 65 III Wood lawn 17 /I/ 10 Mntlhln Nrlsntl I, NlS': ,. of NFI4' 1:1: II 1:1: 101"11'11.' UI'llllll..y 1117
familiar with the fact that \ 14 otoI' 15 7 20 40 Jlllvid Coleman 2.63 Lola" 17. IX In W..II..wII 18 5 2'j' 2" W. e. Hilln..y. lIy:' uf tlW'. tlf
2:1 lU Wut
old be fought with eithera N 10 A ot HE'Ii ot S\V% 15 7 2f 10 1111known .lId Lot U In Wt.orll\vn 18 12:1: 10 Mr. .1. Krusc. U 8 : 14.-1I.lu .Jn

.J\\\ of NE'.. 1d 1 20 tiOl,;. I.. Crosby 21.08 Lot U In Wuodlnwn 18 r 24 10 M. I.. ThourUnnn : NWti: n 3 23 6o I'nhnow0: :: ? H
| ipray (not a stream) ofI ..41:1otf i. h NE' Lot 48 'VooII"wn 18 J 6 2:1: lU Mrs. N. O. lIarv..y t Sty', ot $\Vj! 24 10 1. A s..nway
i I & : $ ofNWI' Lwj,: or Lot 31 "Wt.ud- ( SW ''t, If U 12 411 John Juhnelun 411
[is no doubt that If any of E ot lIrlln'h & law T8 II U 6 Unknown of NL'j. & HW'
all ot E % Ex: 3 A III'II.
NE' SW4f; Lots 22. 21. 38 In Wood-
are showered with in-
of Branch- & N'V. orS Lawn' I" J 6; 22 ::10 W. 11. 'to..l..r' .14. II -U- 77 Unknown- 7.1S
[bombs, enormous damage J.J'' Ex 2 A cemetery 18 7 20 130 H. K. Htokeu 14 91 LLoIat 60 W 19 :5 i 2.1: 20 W. II Wainwright NIs1q' & 1Ss I at P
f prevented if each home cemetery 16 7 20 130 K. 1:. Stokes 15.21 o413.Lot 67 In iii.lIsw of NI':4 Ex .4
Its attic a pail of sand a NEU of SK'4 Ex 8 8 A 16 7 20 34 David Coleman 4.83 lawn 19 J 6; 22 II FrederiCk 11. 1:1.-110111: IA\V I'ur IS 8 22 68 Unknown 1.17
N'-jr' of Lot 1 Ex 10 A 68 In Wood- NW''.. Es, 25 A oil
i pails of water and a shov- W of Ky 18 7 20 18 V. V. Haxen 3.99 8'a4 lawn"f Lot I" !5 I 23 Ii "nknown 1; 1J! 6 23 6' Joe' I'.ple 130/

Ino matter how much that SH Ry A Lots. 82 .1 In Woo.tI..wn 19 6 22 20 A. A. Thompson \lW'j' "f NI.I, & I
ecaution Is preached, there JxO 1 lot t"I W Lot U In 'VoudJawrt 19 Ii 22 10 1-\'IIlIna: Mae 1I."Jallll" \ nt "" F't of SE'15 6 22 30 Unknown 3.1
I.x 41 A In
of Ry 60x100 ft for 18 In
ably be few who will do Lori 15 18. 17. fCur .
Church also In 8u i Woodlawn( 20 6 22 to lJ'a'k tarns. & Et 3.4
I about it liof II U 211 1\1.111.11. Jolson '.n
until after therean of Lot 2 E Ky & Lots 19. 20. 29. JO In NW ('or 16
attack. N of River 18 7 20 32:1. F. Shaw 10.98 lawn 20 II 23 40 F.. W. hall NI': Cur ot N104'. I

thing we are being asked NF:') of NE'/4 20 7 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. 4.67 lot 57 \ 20 6 2.1: 10 Unknown .r.,8t. run, N 716 ..
.
ot1\"t ft NE 746
'W ::
f KW14 of NEVi\ & NW% E'r of ES, 8.
our
own and our town's of o n*"-f 21 7 20 80 Empire Lumber Co. 8 00 s.E'h{ of 1-1'1' 21 Ii 22 80 J. It. flhutord 2D" ft tf Ih'lr tit .
S (lllbert. III.on
II i to keep I A 18 8 U t.70
attic of
our floor :/ of "Jx II A
> dispose of those dust- River Exfl.W4.yNEV:; of Et4 In. N.J SE'Cor, 22 II 22 69 U80rgs F.. Young ::, IS 54112':SJ ofof NSFT''W: 11 6 1:1: 3u It..ymund U..Cr.'urd 3.1i1)

W 14S" of 1 tract 5:1: 1-3 rds E 8.
unites
which we think we 21 7 20 160 Empire Lumber Co. 17.85 inN ;% 11 0 23 \3 Lydia Tyson 2.r0:
8EV4\ W 60rdsN&8
by '
'
of : eaf NE'
some I.
day but which we NE44 of NE% & NEVi W Cur of toIW Ii ofNE'4 :. ;:rW N.... H 6 U I\J\: nail 3.6'
P in our hearts will still ..r SBVl 23 7 20 80 Brooker Tpt. Co. 9.00 22 II 22 20 We We Tpl Co SEt4! or h}t.JI4 18" U "K.1I1l 1I1clJrld. a.u

tttof dual in the attic for 8W'4 of NEVi & Eujof E'4, of NF.4 of NW Es of K'At' of dW4
19 r. r. M. Ding-
I of our natural lives. NW\i & NEP4 of 1 A Cemetery 22 II 22 fellow WS4 11 6 U If Unknown I.ao 1
A of 8EVI
SW14 NWt4
yba 'it's; asking too much & E 12 A of NWVi\ ofASNW4Et4 / W'4 ot NEI or 1'1\\1.' 22 :6; 22 10 Jllllh..1 Wainwright -1.: & Nf4 ot 20 6 2Z 10 airs. Oil Ie Freeman 1306
rails to insist that they 22 7 20 212 H. L Hough 23.58 E 3-t .f NE'4 or I'W % 26 II 2:1: 30 Mabel' Wainwright
attic i & SEVi\ of tom: al Ry where N line NW''( its 6 A
merely because of a SW3. 22 7 20 120 Purvl Lewis 18.80 ot tI..o 23 emcee & !, ('or 8 E. I' '
L. Perhaps our defense NWVi 23 7 20 40 r kyowler Co. 4 67 run II "n Ry 632 ft FJ In NE ('or own- '
might' be willing to com- FKWI4yof NWV 24 7 20 40 I. 14 2.5 a at right angles' to liyfiO by Covinqton' as
.
01\\ \the Coin 60 chn W of NE ft for a pt ot beg : & Es about 10
and water aDd 22
and Cor of See 25 & run thence H parallel 1 with $E, 1'01' 21 8 15 fate Ua..elt 3."

R 80 chn* W 20 chna Ry 1050 ft E at right 10 A In RE'. or \
ISES N 60 rhna E 20 chn tot angle to Ity 646 It N .II pr d..d r- .
Invention N with lOGO III Deed hunk
,Beg ExE 8 A of parallel Ity
21 6 23 10 U. 8. IIt'adley 3.70
land. after 20 chn also Com 80 rt W at right angles ,: 102l tlWI W

tr1' housewives the first few chn W \>t NE Cor of to Ry 840 rt 10 beg H ....<1 ,. 21 6 2:1: I III... On I.. Freeman 1.0'
S 840 ft about 8 A on
soon showed Sec'25 ft run Ex .
h $W'' Jo: or
"r
!tct> for Jo:. E. I, .
| Incendiary' bombg- for a Pt of Bear thence side deeded to Jox: abfllll 6 A .
uh an attic run 8 980 ft W 1284 ft Chapman all recorded Cur & NW" or .
they; would ,. P 4 L
Book
hovel N 880 ft E 1284 ft toBeg29 In Deed page
It up while It was A 25 7 20 141 H. H. Ford 14 61 23 5 22 It 11. T. Bennett. 1: .t load KS
21NE'4 : In N": Cur 4e ,111.;
rand toss it out the Com at NW Cor of Sea 1 Afly ot NEW of .n W aide 21. 23 n Mr. Agnes Slmp..on ".1' v
JaneByrd&Es2AtoH.
25 & run F. 435 yd* Ex 9 A to ft N groan SF,

a day. after the Germans H N 440 440 yd. W 435 ydn of 1':. HI.n.rd 23 II 22 10 A. )I. Ol..n..h.'d. : r WtG: I'ftWt, .

IWSre of this practice the Reg l tlxdll&tOAthfn NW NWV of O/W./ ... 8. NI! of W
Ran 23 G' 22 60 George F. Young ,; 116 tt 1 If 1i0 tt 1'
exploding instead of Cor for Church-81 A HW% of NWIot of Jog 2t. 23 Josephine ElI.raon .71
lsg. An Also Com at NW Cor tI aide of SF:'
incendIary RtILW"Y 29 0 :n
bomb 0.
OF L"WTE'IEfilT' 1
TOWN!
'rrel of See 25 run E 490 o

WIth running thermit down the cen- ofsbe84 1t44thinceforun pt K .. Lot Ii of Blk 1 J. T. n"ddl..h (: I4 InII"N "I II G
t which: buma Fonao Urltrlll 22\1 ft H 180 tt
I minute The outer 380 yd* 8 880 yd* W Blk 3 E. Lot 2 I't of H.\I' U. 23 1 Sharon Hall I....
bomb Is por. 380 yd* N 880 vd* to Co. 10.26 Lot Fonllo UrltU" W ..ltl./ of Road
which II made of me. the pt of her-72 A 25 7 20 103 Brooker Tpt. W'" ofOLo ssk1,32 & E tt N on H line

lad burns set afire by; the Com 20 chn W of SB 125 It ot Lot II or Blk F. C. t'I..mmu '': of lAW'.4 & .
for 20 minute. ('or of ROle 25 A run 2\11) It W 2iO: n
ani devIsed a plan of W 40 rhn N 20 chain Lot 3 of Silk 4 J. D. Randall tt E. to i't elf
Iploslve bav. K 40 chain S 20 chn to 6.81 I ... 4 of It 6 22 1 A. 11. 1Iall .11
erel at the front esa4 to Be* 25 7 20 80 Unknown 4.67 WHIk 4ltLxW i30 tt W. 11. Jodwardll Nt-i of NEV of ,

the which' would be H' NW* orswvi 28 7 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. I Lots 1. 2 8'rIJ of Lot beg J87 ft K .w
thermit Way of NEVc; A N'4 otNW'4 :5 & all Lots I, 7 of '
finished burn 21.3* : W Cor of NEW a.
27 7 20 200 J. .1. Graves Lou Edwards
*t filE' I 6famie
NEH
2.<5 Blk 7 A run K 862
20 A. C. Kirkland
21 : ,:
JII.of"NWVJ oi NWV 1 5 561
don I, i ot Lot 3 of Blk 7 F. R. "arradlne ft W 1048 ft
given S t-" of of NEK ofAn"sWW N4!
one merely WVi 5 21 15 Paul Glover 2.95 I F. n. "arradlne N 18 degree K $1114..
2 7
fact 4 ot Dlk
: Ilnce thee Lot Ex 4Va A off l c .
.. \ .d.
"' w are ,ett.ift. ecIuo of NEW! N of 'Lot ot Elk 7 Ma.mle Lou Edwards ; :': alao] EVv. of ; 43.- '
8tbtlnr the Road i S A In NE 3.II Blk 8 W. C. Woot..n 6 H nf H 4 W
ReddUh elf
2 3 4
Carl 1
the tepee of lneenbs Cor of 8E54 "f NWV 27 5 21 23 I Lots A a'ro.s Send '
F. Young
.... dropped All !'EH or NWK Lots 6, 8. T, 8 or folk 22 O..orlle ..* M-D 81 6 22 11 T. M' MrCorcl 8.6'

I 'IUIte likely they; wilt NWVi of SWVI a of J. M. Conner 3.11 !' NyJ of .Blk It D1k 2& Ueorge F. Young NB Cor of a 13 ,
lie.. 298HVf 5 21 40 '
'type River George F. YOfln of land for
It ot Blk 24
bomb'to
Lot' l'
tb "' ua" of SWVi\ & SW', ) owned by P. ('.
'bleb .
'.U OeorJl''' F. Young
deal We are DOt pct of "! 6 21 80 Unknown : .. .;. .... 1 Lot.- T: (Of Silk 24 C. A. M. BI.ncNd In N Vj of '. j .
All N5of SH!, 8 Of 37S Halt-block 3 : of "HW' fylnir ,' ,
M. Conner
311 5 21 40 J. 3." 1 George F. Young } Ada Ma< k'. lot 21 5 1 Wm. Hall 6 J4
iT AT mTCf 31 5 21 40 Emery John I Half-block ". .
THE NWV4 George F. Young Hlk 4 H of It 3 r"
PARK SE"" of NEV4 NEV4 of W. C. demon B.17g I DI... LoU 2, 3 A. M. Rianrhard .NBU' "b'f SWi4 '
NI\O 8EV4 8S S 21 80 Dla8' Imo 4' II .1. T. Htodd.+t. II.* I>lT- 4
SUNDAY A nn..hlund Int In I DI..: Lot 21 6 22 3 Ja*. Dell .281

NKH of NEV4 Ex > A ''I lot ft6Eft& N Wa54 ofbk KVV Cor of a ,'
r In NTS Car & Ex about 1M tract formerly .
SB Cor A Ex adjoining Hotel Lot by i'. patted Und In SW Ez a lot 2. It !N & ft run E along H I
Tor tt.tdE a strip 130 Sby to ft 10 &WIn Maid 'land to MB 4
ft wide N A H N of liE Cor of lOam. A. A. Orlltl" of Sarah Scotf
Blk 4. 7 also all that TOWN: OF LAWS-Er E"'r 0. NULW' I" SEC's: :34-23-:1": : II : H variation W ,

portion of NWVi of lOG ydH tc> a h. .
NE'x, E of Road i Ext Com 210 It E of IIW 'Cor thence NW tu f I ". 4. [
wit "!t A In N 1V Cor A ot Lot 10 run 101 In N t'. <>' $\V4!
Ex platted land In BR 110 It P. 105 ft 14 210ft .. ..'. -S-I> 21..w: 1 George 14-cOe SOS i
flrIED : 130 W 101i ft to Beg fJr Bq SR:
1115 '
961'S ftOrNA1I.S .N..t Springs U 43 Green A Mitchell '.U Lot 10 CLot unknown flrln."D It Brown of Hue iIN of
4 Hellbronn 36 or 11 W Temple. Sub
8 210 ft of SE'( of 1 Richard McCarthy J J4 Let "t l.known Ketlins 21 6 22 Unknown I.U
II C H.
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1. of Road 3NWV4 5 41).1. C Clemon lots 60. IIOA

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKE FLORIDA ntin\Y H.E

. FOL'"K
\ "', ""III"I Stewards W. S. C. S. Circles
\I. 1'1 Methodist\
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; id ; SOCIETY and CLUBS i Enjoy Chicken Supper Met This Week HOT CORN BREADS

of the
Number One
Y ,,.I { The Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powell Circle Society of Christian Real American

f 11ft'lHli t 'ii'I' ;Miss Helen Dowling Becomes Bride Of I.t. It. M. Lee I Three Hostesses' entertained members of the Board Woman's Service of the Methodist church, Favorites/

'; In Beautiful Church Ceremony On TuesdayIV'S3 Night Honor Miss Dowling ot Stewards of the Methodist met Monday afternoon with Mrs.L. .

held at the home At lieautiful Shower Church at a chicken supper In A. Davis, whose living room r.
Miss Helen May Howling, a reception was
I with
attractive
of the bride's which was the recreational building Tuesday was made more
Ernest parents
S daughter of Mr. and\ Mr Mrs. r.. A. Green, Mrs. W. B. Easter lilies and other Summerflowers. A
a 'tl the dec-Dialed with a profusion of Wives of the stewardswere ItItr
; ', ( r Jackhon Dowllng became: Mundy and Miss Betty Green were night. .R F Lr
i of Lt Robert Maher Hauler; Lilies and white Kladloli. .
; t lovely bride hostesses Friday afternoon from also invited The devotional service and a
Lee Hon of Mr. and Mrs ft. A. Mrs. W. K., Mtddleton met the four to six Ht the home of ;Mrs. After a delicious supper, a chapter from "Our Times," by i
door and receivingwere
at the
Lc-e of Greenwich Conn., on Tuesday guests
Green, when they entertained at short business session was held. Dwight Bradley were reviewedby i
.
Mr.and ;
o'clock inthl' Mr. and Mis Dowling, ,
{g I'venlnat/!; eight and silver shower In The
k church. The Mrs. Robert A. Lee, and the a crystal" Those enjoying the hospitalityof Mrs.' E. K. Perryman.
Mint tlnpliut honor of Miss\ Helen Dowling, I
j business session was presided over
1 I + r ImpieHSlve ring ceremony was bride and/ bridegroom. Miss DeliaRoHenberg Mr. and Mrs. Powell were:
circle
in charge of thebride's bilde-elect. by Mrs. W. E Mlddleton< ,
qq
performed by the Hev. Leslie A.I wax wedding The hostesses greeted the Mr. and Mrs. D., P. Carpenter Mr. chairman. Each circle hits been II
of book. A three-tiered I
I Shepherd number! In I he of friend presence and rel-a I cake, handsomely embossed guests and Invited them out to and Mrs l!:. K Perryman, :Mr. asked to donate certain suppliesto 1 II
r large
t 1 the terrace, where the shower of and of a local
Il'M and topped with i a miniature and Mro. L. D Vining, Mr. be used In cas e
+ atives. l silver and placed on storedat '
\ of Lieutenant and bin bride, was crystal were Mrs. L. A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. emergency, the same to be
The church decorations wore a charmingly decorated table. hall. The I'I
the American Legion
p'I p w \. white and green; Easter lilies, was placed decorated on the dining with flowers table which and Throughout the calling hours O.V.. White, :Mr and Mrs. Fred subject of what each member

while gladioli and plumoKa fern, Mrs. Green and Miss Jean Edwards Guy, Mrs W. H Nollman, Mrs.. should give was discussed. The
ferns. Assisting in serving were:
against a background of palms, Mrs E. L. Matthews, Mrs R. F. of Lawtey entertained with T. 'r. Lone of Columbus Ga", W. hostess served iced tea and wafers I

7 t 1 made a oulidble Ion.setting White;; for candles thisImpressive Demorest, Mrs. W. G Halle Mrs. piano music. P. Smith. W. B. Sewell, H. A. to her guests
occaM
in tall candelabra shed a soft Carrie Ritch Mrs. A. K: McKin- Refreshments were served on Carlton, E. L. Matthew Circle No. Two was entertainedby .,
4 Mrs H. C. Rltch. Misses the terrace where a table was Mrs. F. H. Long, whose living
ney
Mrs. L. A.
the scene
F light Canova over at the and Mrs. Madge Mlddleton Gayle Sewell, decorated with flowers and candles Ladies AuxiliaryTo room was brightened by a large
organ
Barbara and Jane Lee. in nllver holders, and centeringthe bowl of red radiance roses. The
Ethel M BlgKB! soloist, gave a :Meet TuesdayThe
table was a wedding cake circle chairman, Mrs G. C. Powell,
of nuptial music. "The Lt. and Mro. Lee left for a
y program
) 1 topped with a bride and bride- led In the devotional service
York of the
New Ladles
/ 1 i' Sweetest; Story Ever Told"StultJl honeymoon trip to Auxiliary
In miniature. Assisting innerving "Meditation\ for Wor- loves light, tender
groom which was
Lee will meet
Mrs.
Church EVERYBODY
other
( ) and "I Love You Truly"Bond City and points. Presbyterian
with meal!
( ) were sung by Mrs Biggs, traveled In a suit of navy blue throughout the afternoon I I next Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'- shippers," and later conducted a Corn sUcksmumns-.Johnny corn cake- Corn Stick

+ and the traditional I wedding bengaline, with a blouse of shell were: Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. clock at the home of Mrs. E. M. business session. Twelve mem- all can be deliciously made with this 1 Mn liftnl .I

4 marches were used pink crepe and her accessories L. A. Shepherd Mra. Earl SearIng Davis. bers were present and they one recipe. Ever since the early set- 1V4 flour ,. "''D8Jr,
Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. to be rujs cornmeal ........
ten
large packages
and I I brought
blue and discovered It this all-American
of pink tlers ,
In were navy Mrs. Charles Turney will have 'ht.
,,, The bride was given CJMn..
Sale and Mtts Sale. 8
Guy Dorothy sent to the Wolff Settlement tvnnpoonit
her was of orchid After grain has added Its rich, nutlike flavor -
corsage and Mrs.
of
riage by her father, and charge; the program b.kirllo"d...
mar-j Lt. Lee I House In Tampa. The First Aid to our favorite dishes. For a
her maid of honor her ulster a ten days wedding trip .L. M. Clark will conduct the de Sift flour
Breakfast HonoringMiss Center for Emergency asked the wholesome, nutritious meal, serve with corn r
r 118 will report at Fort Knox, Ky. votional. absence of the baking
In
Marian Dowling; the brides' maids the : powder, and ,
1 these hot breads with a crisp sit
circle for two sheets, two pillow green In
were Miss Betty Green of Starke I Out-of-town guests were: Mr. ; Dowling ", president, Mrs, K. Q. Duncan, the salad.;For an extra-delicious dessert, Spry until finely /I,
and, Mrs.. R. A. Lee, J. Frederick cases, one blanket, two towels, Combine
k y and Miss Carolyn Reid of Jack- .. meeting will be presided over by different serve them with honey; molasses, or stir into corn meal mop
'Lee, plisses Betty, iiaroara, jane. Miss Delia Rosenberg and Miss two wash cloths, one pillow, :
Honvllle; and the dainty little Miss Lucile Mitchell, vice president maple sirup. Heat corn nick .
ts r flower girl wax Joan Dlnklns. Mr. I and Dorothy Lee, all of Greenwich Frances Opperman were hostesses members promised to do- oven. Brush with Spry pta
Ills bent his I i Conn., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. at breakfast Sunday morning at nate these articles to help In case Here's an easy, sure way to get hot pang with batter ail
Lee had man
as of USO
Robt. B. Wear director light tender wonderfully deliciouscorn hot
tyY and of attack by our enemies. Ar- very oven ((450' P.l''
Marian an )
Powell, Mint Dowling Ann & Harry's lit honor of )Miss
brother J. Frederick L e e 20
; I No.1, will speak on "China. bread. Make it the Spry way. minutes M until bit,
made for the
Reid all of Jacksonville Helen bride of this rangements were
Greenwich, Conn Usher were boas Carolyn Dowling, a This all-vegetable shorten- Makes 1'4 down
E. Hat ton ; Lt. J. Huston McClane of I circle to put flowers in the church creamy Corn Muff\ Bali
Capt. Eugene week.The ing cuts Into the dry Ingredients
a Mich Lt. L. L. Ru- Barn Dance PlannedMiss for the month of June. Spryconted
Danaher Kalamazoo table where the guests _
Lt.
Tampa and Phillip quickly'-saves the flavor, too lets the oven 42V 5'u2Stokn
of Waterbury, Conn. I pert of Memphis, Trnn., Capt were seated was centered with an I Mrs A, Z. Adklns conductedthe nutty rich goodness of the corn meal utes. Makes l'. dot mur

l The bride who entered on the ] Eugene E. Hatton of Tampa and arrangement o f pink oleandersand Marguerite Dcyorio has program, which was the second come through. Clip the recipe and JohnnvCiiki Bake tos.|
r# I Lt. Philip Danaher Waterbury. Queen Ann's lace, and Miss been appointed to succeed Miss chapter of "Our Times" find out for yourself. Serve one of coated 12', x8''. x2lndi-I
j of her father, was never In
I arm | hot
I ,
} oven ((400 F' 1
and 2h
lovelier t h a n In her wedding Conn. Dowling was presented with a Helen Dowling as Lieutenant of showing the Importance then tempting golden corn breads minutes | "

t aF gown, of frothy white lace and! shower of lovely handkerchiefs. Girl's Service Organization Pla-, beauty of the ten commandmentsand today and hear :your family cheer.
t net, worn over a slipper satin Mr. and Mrs. Knight Theme Invited to be with the toon No. 1. The first social eventto the beatitudes. The circle
honoree were her mother, Mrs : be sponsored by this group will was pleased to welcome two new
i foundation. Lace formed the Entertain: Wedding; Party E. .1, Dowling, Miss Betty Green be a Barn Dance, Wednesday members; Mrs J. W. Chandlerand Mr. and Mrs. Dowling were used in ic, 'atln .
bodice of this line ,
princess gown
bN and from the hip line numerous At Buffet SupperMr. Miss Cola Mae Llndney, Mrs. H. night, June 10, at 8:30: o'clock at Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin. The Hosts At Dinner PartyMr. long table leatlm ixten :

+ ''a flared Intoa G. Burgette, Miss Jane Schultz, USO No. I, All G. S. O. girls hostess, assisted by :Mra. L. D. bad for Its central decor
net gracefully I
godets
y full skirt and wide sweeping and Mrs. C. A. Knight were Miss Frances Peek and Miss Mar- are Invited to attend the danceIn and Mrs. E. J. Dowling en- large< crystal bout illd:!

I train. The sweetheart neckline hosts at a delightful buffet supper guerite Deyorlo. appropriate dress. cooklea. tertained at an eight o'clock din- bright summer flower ill

wan outlined with a pOrt lace when they entertained members ner party on Sunday evening at hues, and vase )if net or

wryn ruffle, and the long fitted net of the Lee-Dowling wedding Halle's Restaurant In honor of
Vw; hb sleeves terminated In calla lily .....,. ter at her home on Washington end of the table
toe
party Immediately following
;11w ; points over the hands. She wore rehearsal Carolyn Callstreet ; Avenue. The circle chairman, their daughter, Miss Helen Dow- A delicious foUl can :

; j a coronet of pearls and her veil Monday night. The ; Mry.' E. L. Williams, having mov- ling, and her finance. Lt R. :M. was served.
t) wedding of Miss Helen Dowllng,
ed to Jacksonville the vicechairman -
she carried Lee and his Mr. and Mrs.
was finger-tip length; family,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
;
a shower bouquet of sweetheart Mrs W. B. Sewell, now R. A. Lee, J. Frederick Lee,

"' roses centered by a large orchid. Lee Dowllng, .son of and Mr.Lt and Robert Mrs.Morrow R. A. Well, folks June Is with us Reserve Finishes his training takes charge of the circle The Misses Betty, Barbara, Jane and Mrs. Karma Daukszis anil

Miss Marian Dowllng twin sister again, and here come the brides on the 12th an' reports all's well WSCS regrets very much losing Dorothy Lee, of Greenwich, Conn., Elizabeth Parker, of St. I P
Lee of Greenwich, Conn., was an
tit t of the bride and maid of hon event of evening. Hall to the first (an' doubt- with the world the efficient help of Mrs. Williams and a few close friends. burg were week-end gut
Tuesday
', or, wore a becoming gown of less mos' beautiful)Helen Dow but Is fortunate to have Potted plants and cut flowers Mrs. Frances Parker
't shell pink frosted organdy! with Supper was served buffet styleon ling. whose! marriage to Bob Lee !Spotted an' Jotted: Willa Mae Mrs. Sewell as a circle leader.

', beaded Insertion at the neckline the terrace, which la surrounded (Lt.) Wednesday night was as Thornton wearln' a diamond on The devotional service was led I

r p 1, and around the hipline, through by beautiful native lovely as any you've seen l in the the third finger? left hand by the circle chairman, and she
which wan run powder blue rib- shrubs and plants. Quantities of movie, all these years Helen Understand Roy McMillan (for- also reviewed the second chapterof

r ;'f bon. She carried a colonial bou- attractively arranged Easter lilies was a picture right out of the merly State Farm, now U. S, "Our Times." This circle will

] quet of pink rosebuds and blue added further charm to the lovely fairy book with the lace In her Navy) Is the lucky doner also have a part In helping with
't
') 4 forget-me-nots. :Miss Betty setting. bridal bouquet and the lavish use Called Willa Mae Saturday from the first aid emergency work for

lwt Green and MI H Carolyn Reid, Highlighting the arrangements of lace In her gown makln' a Washington, D. C., and reports Starke. Mrs. B. A. Pope, Jr., of WE'A* R

r; y bridesmaids, wore Identical kowns was the bride's table, which was combination too ethereal to describe -, he'll be here June 15 on leave Fountain, N. C.. was a welcome T *
i' of powder blue frosted organdy, adorned, with tall burning white Swanky Hi Hat waitresses, neatly guest at this meeting. As refreshments a ,

4 g with pink ribbon trim and their tapers" and centered with a miniature done up in khaki uniforms! I the hostess served

I4 flowers were colonial bouquets of wedding party. Understand; that Bob Is a very Jimmy an' Elizabeth (Hollings- ,Coca-Colas, sandwiches, potato

pink rosebuds and dainty fern. Card tables were placed at intervals dutiful son. Seems. when he worth) Hair here las' week-end I chips and cheese crackers.

{ Mrs, fowling, mother of the throughout the garden departed the family fireside his Jimmy's in St. Pete now, l\Irll.! Sewell invited the circle to FIVE BIG DAYS !

r bride, was attractive In her blush where the guests were seated dad admonished him to "bring taktn a course .In aviation that'll meet with her in July. Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs.

t pink crepe gown cut on simple Mrs. Knight wax a8tll ted In home a Southern girl with a get him an Instructor's rating ,

lines, which featured a hipline serving and entertaining her Southern accent" an' that's just Elizabeth managing the Lake Recent Births June 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
i peplum edged in matching lace. guests! by her sister Mrs. J. E. what he did! Bet Helen's de- City blzness during his absence 1

Her of white dahlias Powell of Jacksonville, Mrs. H. lightful drawl makes in : .. .., wv
corsage was a big hit Ralph Nettles on the Robt. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon De Witt .r ra.x .w a.wrarA+ A .a l rra
Y+a tl and fcweetpeas. Mrs. Lee, mother C. Rltch, and Mrs. R F. Dem- Greenwich, Conn. An' while ,Green laundry truck Phillips, Starke, May 29, girl; a t
r of the bridegroom, was stately In orest. we're on the subject of weddings i Mr. and Mrs. Charney Yar-

w a chartreuse crepe "gown, and her I I Those enjoying this delightful Wonder if there ever was Hear Hurry Tyson (ex-Call St.) brough, Lawtey, June 2, boy; They Were Houlfdtd J7utigt3OOO / /
I corsage was of white dahlias. affair with Mr. and Mrs. Knight or will be one that didn't have took unto himself a wife-one Mr. and Mrs Neal Elder, Law-

'a Mrs Lee was graduated from were members of the bridal party Its merry little mlxups? Suzanne Meister-In Miami, May tey, June 1, boy. MILES

1 the Bradford County high school Miss Helen Dowllng Miss Marlon Thla time 'twas the bridegroom's 21 Harry's with the Navy .

(" 1L in the class of 1940 and wan a Dowllng Miss Carolyn Reid, Miss pan-er, trousers! Seems the now Reports have it that received the candy they sent him OF TERROR !
w fr popular member of the younger Betty Green, little Mla Joan laundry unfortunately misplaced Merrill Futch (Lt.) Is hangln' up three months after 'twas mailed

t y set. For a number of months Dinkins, Lt. R. M. Lee, J, Fred the lower half of his white uniform his ,hat In the Hawaiian Islands But "the boys" really en- Stealing precious momments -

past she has been doing secre- Lee, Lt. Philip Danaher and Capt. and an hour before the there days .- Artie Schneider joyed It He was In the hosp.
tarial work E. E. Hatton ceremony Bob was a worried Have you glimpsed the bicy- of love stalking ,;
at Camp Blandlng.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. very (Moore Field, Mission: Texas)
Lee was graduated from the Dowling, Miss Carolyn Green, Mr. young man Imagine havin' writes that recently dipped Into clCB-built-for-two that Steve St. a Power tln9y rrtjifSf>
:i' Greenwich, Conn., high school and Mrs. L. G. Powell the Rev. .something like that added to all Mexico, where American money John, Walter Dew and other

and from a Lawrencevllle, N. J., and Mrs L. A, Shepherd, Mr. the other troubles of a bride- Is worth five times as much as young-cuba-about-town are fashion -

; i school of high standing. When In and Mrs L. F. Dinkins, Mr. and groom! The laundry, reallzln' here 'Frlnstance, shoe shines In' by amputatln' the rear

y 1 a a high school he took a Citizens' Mrs. H. C. Rttch. Mr. and Mrs.L. that somethin HAD to be done, cost a penny Ret a gal could wheel from one bike an' joinln'
Military Training Course for one A. Canova ...Ir, and Mrs. R, F. gave Bob the "pick" of the place get along even on MY palary In two together? Looks like woLp

month each year, and later went Demorest t. Mrs 1;. L. Biggs, Mr. and he finally found a pair that' Mexico! Hear Robt Green loads of fun Wish they'd ask ant <

4 t to work with a brokerage firm In and Mm. E. L. Matthews, Mr. and fitted almos' us well as his own Camp Shelby Miss\ ,) Is among me to ride some time Spinal: r ,
; a New York City. While in the city Mrs. J. E. Powell of Jacksonville, They do Bay that all's well friend, having been placed in the cttoi )

4 he joined the Seventh Regiment Mr., and Mrs. R. A. Lee Misses that ends well but I haven't figured 43rd Division A. W. Anderson .\dd Mysterious Figures: The

q and received a commission as a Jane. Betty, Barbara and Dottle out yet how the laundry Is (Camp Bowie, Texas) has elderly gent who stops'" at Bar-

Reserve Lieutenant In 19-10 he Lee, of Greenwich. Conn gonna square things with the been upped from Sgt to Staff ney Slsson's stand every now and c ..
.. ;
4h joined the 192 Field Artillery ns REAL)'; owner of those trousers Sgt. Grade III then, takes a Pepsi Cola out of .-- ?

1 a second Lieutenant and came to Intermediate League Wouldn't It be tragic if he the crate, and drinks It hot! Productions 'N.

Camp Standing In February, 1941. was gonna get married, tour There's a> definite' whiff of salt I I Ugh! Congrats to Simeon an' 1 FRANK,''llOYD tnc. p> .nl.rmscniA .

In February 1942 he was advanced The Intermediate League of in the atmosphere every time I Juanlta Phillips who are justly
r y to the rank of First Lieutenant the Methodist Church gave ,asocial Saw< hussy MoCIune (Lt.) at' hear those steamboat whittles the Ploud of their new little redhead LANE ROBERT[ CUB! GS

h it F $ and transferred to Camp Shel Monday night at the recreational the reception after the wedding Seaboard Is using on a couple of Margaret Ann, born las'
i
4t by, Miss. He Is repotting at building. Games were Jus' arrived at Blandtng a engines through here now. Friday Glad to see Tom IN
Fort Knox, Ky.. on June 9, at an played refreshments were served, few days ago Glad to hear Seems the railroad blzness Is get- (Merita) Harding out again after '
officers' training camp. il and everybody reported a good that T. K. (Bradford's popular tin' so good they had to borrowa being 1 hid up for a few days; witha ALFRED mmm

Mk y y Immediately after the ceremony time. ex-county agent.'DOW an Instructor ,couple of engines from the Fla. colossal carbuncle on his elbow
at Ft. Sill) has been promotedto East Coast, whope whistles have Shirley Colley-a recent ad-
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q v a, "w, .m 1 ," lltl,, """II,IIII, a1NPNN, ,', the rank of Cupt. Jovial long used the nautical motif dition at Koch's Scallions to ciZatewI

Bob Lee (Sr.), father of the Train whistles are sad enuff at the meanle who thefted a tire I

bridegroom was overcome with best, but those two numbers- from Lois Mayes' auto one night

HEAR Southern hospitality and chicken comin'! late at night an' early In las' week Guess this Is the I (THE MAN IEHIND YOUR BACK)

plleau Said he'd like to takea the morn In'-are definitely con- way Longfellow would write It If .

generous portion of both back ducive to pillow-weeping he were alive today: I Norman llOYD Otfo'ltRUGER Alan BAXTER
north with him Shoot, If
Personal Hear cradle-deb Virginia Jean you must, this weary '
CHRIS NAPOLI nomination for bravery: CleoneHelen's Darby got her first taste of cake head Alma KRUGER Dorothy PETERSON Oem BEVANSSan

( mother) who sat per- las' Tuesday tier No. 1 birth- But spare my precious tires,

fectly motionless in church whilea day See Powell Carpenteran' she said. fiv ALFRED HITCHCDHK ASHay.
Tenor Soloist Stetson Glee
Club
naughty little Insect flew out his trick mustache have part-
of the flowers In her corsage and ed So long .Sec la
company after all these you theCJQolyn. 1'artaA
years Dorothy
1 Qtigtnsl Peter Harrtaon.<
V\erlel\ Joan
her next ,
nipped ear .
In An abrupt end to a beautiful UNIVERSAL PICTURE .
friendship i .
ThU week'n lesson In salesman .-.:'-
ship: Tiny Irma Nell Knox (Pa- Guess Frt, Sat.-June 12, 13
It new high was bit In the
REVIVALSERVICES latka) here to visit her cousin value of Call St.. property when 4 ACTION RELIEFFOR BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
Era (Peanut Girl) Walker, was the
Randolphs paid $SO
.j1 M paddlln' around In the rain Wed- for a strip of dirt less than Thursday two No. I 1-UT onto Basin Outlaws"With ]

needay afternoon p e d d 11 n' her Inches wide Seems a minusculeerror ACID INDIGESTION Ray Corrigan. John King Max Terhune

hr 1i' tips wares that. .I ,do"Make outta peanuts"more outta she V (for In Victory the survey) bldg.put over the on new the No. 2-"Reg'lar] Fellers"

chirped "Told a captain'swife Starke Hotel property just about With Sarah Padden and Roscoe Ates

that she was pretty, looked that much! Everything had -AUo Cartoon and Serial-
like my mother,' and she blushed to be halted till the settlementwas r t 1

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE and bought two.bags of peanuts" made ,'. If you go in for SAT., JUNE la-MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30: P u.
Irma Nell said .
Such tactful arithmetic r'
tactics netted her Ups of 40 centsIn | to $300 you'll a 'front find that foot,figuresout or a, 5OcCarpenter's < "The Strange Case Of Dr. IS l
IS minutes! Hear Blake ..
June 7-21 mere $15.000 for 50-foot
8:15
Each Evening Jackson a lots; With Lionel Atwill, Patrlc Knowles
telephoned his I mother
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< Cpl. Charles''Fuller. ex-B1aII-:
,l tother day, all the from Anne Gwynne', Mona Barrie

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rBf'S of LOCAL NEWS They Help to Keep 'Em Flying I i Building Permits New Brick Home I r


.... .. I R. II. Mathe &
Son
r--- '" .. May 29 The new Ick-veneer residence
returned MA s. J. W. Brownlee\ and two Mrs : $285: foi concrete
; imp Bernice Opperman blot."koal'nge/
spent of :Mr.: and Mrs. 1L.. Bridges on
sa ssmts day after a little daughters went to New Saturday In Jacksonville.Mrs. Y..,.. CAMtlp.M.Ntrr.4W, wF.e.n1"...,..1F.ty/MMwlbauR1110.M1tD1sMMIMM''. -=..:- Av"ae'p m 20x20 feet for Or L. II. Jennings.
, n.e Smyrna Tuesday and will spend -==R.MUr-- -;i =.; iew mwmraeee'rypF + rt- Juno 2 Mrs. Anrd.i Gl'lftll. $125: the corner of Monroe and South

the summer months there on the Charles Malternee has +ne. ewxrwr: --O\!! eTMP uuaIaIftAa1WF :._...r. r':_ 1r.y I to remodel! garage and conveit it I i sUt'ots will be ready for occupancy -

n3 visiting beach. to Ft. Denning, Ga., to visit gone he! r _' .., '_- _"'_$ Into nn npurtmnit ; June 3, Wolfe I: probably next week, ac-

H ". ,over the husband .: "' "","'" <,,, \ ;.. ... I' < .. '" -.".) & Mrlx>oU.I Construction) Company ; I'onling to the contractor, Paul
.. S.
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BlHhop. of ttalnctrvllkv Construction
1,1 Mr. and 111'11.V.. B. Sewell $200 to construct/ a flume office -
were In Gainesville IIx20 foot the watt begun on this 1"101-ltlcnoo
Tuesday afternoon
nutldy Davie, a 1912 gradn.m'" on property of the
,1 Gainesville to attend the funeral of of B. It. a., 1.4 employed on H defense r Tiinnon, Building & Slippy Company seven weeks ngo. It In In
A "' ,-it of her Mrs. Sewell's cousin "Dr. J. L. project at I'ensucola -' M r near State Highway 4S. \,TrHeriha Tenrco's new re-
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Summerlin. uliillvt lon.DO .
Ill. ;reen 1 A At I

I Sgt. and M i.s. M. Scott ana e I j MIN Lex: Gieeuvn I taken t to i
I spending Aviation Cadet Ralph Rhodes Mrs. Frances Floyd spent Sunday 1 the Alarhua County Hospital in I YOU WANT TO JET. ;
LtlCn Ta-'Hsonvllle with of' Maxwell Field Ala. with friends i in Palatka. ,
/ : I spent several Gainesville Monday: m n r n I ng.
Mr r unies: Codbold. : days here this week with where it !h' understood Site IN now KID! ()It'
: his mother Mru. D. A. Monteiih. Mrs. J. W. Brow nice and : improving.xa31t131fJ1111JI1TJtJhAStttJtolJ1,

JG, Duncan ana children and MY. Monteith. daughters, Jule and Nency, have ,i Your Rata Roaches And
Rose are to New i ( : :! Nll.li'1fJ11d; ':
gone Smyrna Beach to I
Margarei Ants
If Call
So. The
'ld, Ga, uiRitlnar relatives. Mrs. I..ois Johns and nieces spend the summer r e N W J y rld a i I (J. 15. STANLEY
I
Health
t' Unit
Phone 71
Misses Margaret and Georgia Gil- Is no longer connected11'ilh

,aJ ('lpllRlnJt n..autlfulstarkI" pin, returned home Saturday after Mrs. Tillman Hutto has gone to i For Information.

at BlandingPI"npe spending a two weeks vacation Mobile Ala., to Join her husband Guardcttvs who have taken over police duties at the Fairchild air C.KKKVS: : LAUNDRY

I'ark Theatre with relatives In Senath Mo. who Is employed there In defense I craft plant In Ilageritlown, Mil., are shown lined up In a victory "V" lie now represents! : the
work. I formation as they were Inspected before going on duly. The smartly uniformed ]Ideal of C. I.. l'IIESTER': :
Freeman Register girls guard the plant from hazards of fire and sabotage I Laundry
Ernest who has
Phillips been EXTERMINATOR
-- (;iaint's\ilf|
room to Dempsey who has been --- -- I j
Ly added a Sapp ,
with the S.
Call .street residence.T grocery. for the R past Johns several& years Son, assisting in the office of A. J. -r t.1OtIr.JICIro1lft/lmltHU'\IUI'\--__: "_' _,___...__'.' m......'.'.w. ''G13cKM, .1rt, r

Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit
Lonl and young son with has resigned the Camp to Blanding accept a Fire position De- Court since September 1940, has Looky! Looky! A Sugarless Cookie! "(Jet our. offer ..f $'5.0O to 950.VO t per week alter IrraduaUnj

Ga.. are resigned his and will i froan Bat heriog l fiiirlinern ,
1 at columbu partment, position ; mull position ,, ,,U..ble and pay >ou '
111 and Dirs. D P. probably accept employment at while learning. I

Oscar Akin of Columbia, S. C., Camp Blandlng. I IIKAI'TV ('TIrntt TtHillT TIIOKOI'tillLV

was the guest over the weekendof FLORIDA'S) : MAItllKKINC{ : ; & HKAUTV: COLLEGES: :
home
at Mrs. A. H.
t II is Frlpp returned
ldkio' Miss Garnita Hutto Monday yes- ..1t'Hso\\'II.1.K.: 1"1.1.New .
Iramme, after spending Miss Hutto :Mr.: Akin and Mrs. terday to her home in Columbia : .
the Citadel. S. C., after visit here
l term a. Tlllman Hutto visited Jacksonville a with hel'l
r, S '' Beach son-in-law and daughter; Mr. and I
Mrs. Luther G. Powell. Mrs Planer
I Recently Installed At Our .Mill
nrtwt returned Friday Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mrs. J. Frlpp was accompanied by Mrs i
,ree-we..k business trip E. Futch and Madge Brownlee returned Powell who will spend a week in I Also Machinery for Cabinet und Mill Work #,

ADanta, Ga., and Columbia.
fa ana home Wednesday after
I Ut''uu.e \W Mamirartiii-r: IJ-HM Tliuii. 3,000 ..'....t PallyK ..
S c spending several weeks In Wash 1
Tom Ritch Is to return
ington D. C. with the Rev. and expected \\ \KK: NOT KKMritlt'TI'U: : OV; !Stl.KS' .: ...fI'liilii f
111",, W r Burch have Mrs. M. C. Stith and family. home today from Emory University I aol l 1)n...*ril. l.unilirr din sl| to Anjonnt '
lielr guest for the last in Atlanta, GH. He will spend
S. a week here wit h his mother, Mrs
', BUl'Cfather\ J. Mrs J. G. Godwin of the State ANMS I 1.1111IIEI1{ t COMPANY
Carrie Ritch, and his uncle and
Bradenton Farm and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Near S. \. I. Itrpot rhoim 10.1INSURANCE
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin If.I.
went to Emory-at-Oxford, Ga., on
Redlands and then return to Atlanta to
rdrl',[ Hull of Tuesday and while there attended ea

art, Tuesday for a visit the commencement exercises when attend Summer School at Emory IaI t ''p ..r'k'k O--__________ ... _________ .. .{'
ds ind< also to look after Garland Godwin was graduated. Unlverblty.Mr JA f '
Irty interests. :
and M is. N. N. Prevail I AND BONDS
Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned home this week Into their !
| orders for REAL plan to move : I
VlHlV jour: with :Mrs. Frank Wednesday from Washington, D. I new low-cost house recently builton II I II
C., where she attended the graduation the property of Mrs. Prevatt's ,I
In E Madison.(-29-4tp) from National Park Junior [ parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. I HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

College of her grand-daughter. Stanbury a, mile southeast of I h
lellle A Hall and daugh- Miss Gloria Johns. Mrs. Gilffin'' Starke. They have been residing I

Sharon, spent Wednes- was accompanied by Dr and Mrs.C. on Cherry street In the residence '''Y+ +,#M+, Nure. CwMrrr gu.rs.J ...,., ,ordei Constant Service Over 50 Years
ichsonvllle visiting with C Mendoza and son, Cliff, of which L. B. Alexander recentlysold -

Mil 1 f. C, Mills.j Jacksonville. to W. R. Alvarez. up the sugar bowl and heat' tents, a little at a time, blendingwell S
> PASS
the oven, for you don't need after each addition. Drop by Please Phone 146 Starke
Beautiful that precious tweet stuff to make teaspoonfuls on lightly greased
,
Beautiful Cleaning
Mrs. Earl Fountain formerly
went to Orlandoto
j Clute brand cookies cookie sheet and bake In a moderately
the sugarless
( attend the funeral of I Miss Clyde Nell Thomas, who has Tailoring a t Starke BlandinoCi that have been new created tried and hot oven (425F.) for 13 to 'Ii .--.. r_- .... ... .. ..... -0
bend, Mr Webb, of the been visiting with her husband, i Tailors, Opposite Park Theatre.Mr. tested In the Rumford Kitchens. 15 minutes. Yield: about 4 dozen --
Bowie Brownwood, ';"''''' ,I" alit.. nI'Jen'InilIlldlai: ', ;';n'i'l' ,; 'IIadIIIlIiInIInI11nINllmar' ,
Fire & Casualty Com- at Camp near rh Y'I'e sweet and simple, and since cookies. I D Y '" ujini '
Texas for the past two months, I and Mrs. W. M Ward spent sugar tends to mask ingredient VARIATIONS

returned to her home In Starke the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. flavors, Rumford being an all-phos' Chocolate Drop Cooklea: Add /i I i.

bin, former employe at Tuesday of last week and began I Uriel Blount In Deland. While phate baking powder leaves no after cup grated semi'sweet chocolate to : NOTICEThis I I
Toe Tap, who has been working at her old job at Stump's there they attended the com- taste In sugarless. recipes. Here Is creamed shortening mixture before
ray Mattoned":'+t'Ttift Ito**." 'He1"-" hlJllband fh .* been 'mencement exercises of Stetson the basic recipe and iu four flavorful adding Rifted dry ingredients.
at Mr. Blount Is an variations: Nut Drop Cookie: Add >,i cup
III. for about a week, transferred to Camp Barkley University.
8-day! furlough visiting Abilene Texas for an Indefinite I engineer with the State Road De- Sugarlet, Cookies chopped nut meats to creamed I.j i is to advise you that Mr. (?. )U.I Stanley I is no i: '
mixture before adding \
partment and has recently been t% cups sifted H" cup nhorten- shortening ,
Starke.
period. transferred to Starke. The flour log sifted dry;, Ingredients. \ longer connected with Hubert Ireen'n: Cleaners. I '
3 tenBpnnni Rum- 1U (cup honey Orange Drop Cookies: Add 2 teaspoons
i Wards drove home with him. ford Powder Unkine. IVi t egg teaspoon,.,well beaten grated orange rind and Vt ) Our ..solicitor/ nlng you now i is Ralph Nettle. I
I li teaspoon Halt vanilla teaspoon orange flavoring to cookie I ,
BLANDING CENTER, INC. Miss Yvonne Gay, who has been Sift together flour Rumford BakIng batter In place of vanilla whom you all know as! one of our outstanding
an employe in Stump's store since Powder and salt. Cream shortening Fruit Drop Cookies: Add ,4 cup ij ijI'

BAR GRILL AND PATIO ,I December, left this week for add honey slowly and cream raisins, chopped figs or prunes to local ho>!s. He will .serve you l faithfully and conscientiously
Green Cove Springs where her until fluffy. Stir In well-beaten egg creamed shortening mixture before i I',

i father, A. A Gay, will reenterthe and vanilla. Add_ sifted. .' ._dry-,Ingre- adding' sifted dry Ingredients. hacked by the whole hearted cooperation
Dancing and Entertainment
I turpentine business to whichhe ---- --- -- ---

Nightly Until One O'clock has devoted much of his life i Circle No. Two '! of the plant management and personnel.,

Miss Gay has been confined to OF INCOME I a! f
[Recreation Amusement Fun her bed for several day with an Baptist W. 31. S. "
--------------------
attack of appendicitis.B. :to
EROME C. HUGHES Operator Circle Two of the Baptist W. QUOTAIN
M. U., met Monday afternoon at
B. Sapp, a former Bradfor- ROBERT GREEN CLEANERSStarke
the home of Mrs. G. A. Anderson -
Ite who has never lost Interest In
off with 12 members and vMtors; WAR BONDS Florida
the old home county, stopped
for a visit with present. I
here Tuesday
friends and relatives. Mr. Sapp Mrs. R. A. Thomas read the I ;!, .- ,. ,AlnwWe'll ,,

was returning to his home In devotional and a prayer was delivered I 1 '_ '
NAT SEZ: Dade City from a business trip to by Mrs. W. J. Epperson.An .

"l Jacksonville. He has been with Interesting missionary pro- I 71)
Be You Next June
Seem' like the rainy season tutu the State Road Department for !tram was pre s ented by Mrs. Seeing Sunday :
Lt ; set In, not only down here In assisted Mrs. H. L.
.. several but expects to return Thomas by ..
.., /( Florida but In Germany &M well. to years"railroading" In the near Hough. +e(. ( Z ;;; *' 1 t ,y
,
difference It, there, It's *
Only over
f future. The leader, ::\IrV.. B. Alex j d
raining bomlm. ander, presided over the business 4e*,, / ., a i''

tell I reckon It's about time Private and Mrs Walker Wil- session, when routine matters r

they got that kind of rain over Hams left this week for Gatlin- ; were transacted and reports were I

'there they sure have had a long burg, Tenn., the entrance to the made by officers and committees
Great Smoky Mountains National A delicious .salad course was
dry "spell.'
Park, for a week's", visit with Mr. served by the hostess during the .
Williams' mother Mrs. l Elzora social hour. ,

Williams. Mrs. Williams Is office The next meeting will be held

secreTary at the YWCA, and with Mrs. W. L. Wall.1LReme 1iii
The height of good taste. her husband Is on a furlough .- !

FR E E ICI A M A brilliantry styled! wing from Camp Blandlng. A.In Nowell her ?/ .
absence Mrs. Robert II
'5i1CShoSJ? leathered with er Bataan :
office secretary.
tip model, will act as ,..
-c.

;, velvety whit Calfskin.Roebuck and WCTU GLEANINGS latest Out of I I f : A t;

fine Dollar in .,; .
GKOHCU: WASHINGTON ON1'COIiIBITIOYt .

Worn With Prld : : War Bonds .., I. .
/tf MillionsCfl1rWtVJ I Washington once spoke of "t ."..

liquor i as the "SOURCE OF --..- '
A MOST EVIL, AND THE RUIN <. ".-

fit' .f OF HALF OF TIlE WORKING" FOR FLAVOR AT ITS PEAK! Jr'J .Jot I

MEN IN THE COUNTRY. J/
In 1794 when the people of

West Pennsylvania threatenedopen
revolt because of a Federaltax

on whiskey. President Wash
.
?? w+4e. 5 ington set out personally, at the ,
>
Yu
show the
r head of 13,000 militia to
distillers of that section that

they couldn't dictate to the gov- /J .(J
.
.,
: ernment. ,
#J, President Washington Issued the 'Kldll3/ rl rlO'.lsbean rlx ;
r .. \ 'J
; first PROHIBITION EDICT .. I'
+ v'V.
.1:1. :
+. against liquor In the nation's to his-the : ,
forbidding It'. ale
Indians.tory, In honor of Washington ,-

ence, one crusaders of the first In the total United abstin- SILVER SPRINGS SWIM SHOW I


the States Washlngtonla adopted his D1 name 0 V e D1 and en as t, Starring Former National Champions :

6e50'ternberg's thousand from drink .. ... ,
turned many -.. .,. -"" -"- "-.-..

by moral suasion. i Dorothy Rawls -J J 3:30 Katherine Kawl.s

that "OURSUGAR" II
know .
Do you of 133 mil .K....f. d'a tt. m climbin Ruth Hoerjrer i P. M. rf Mary lIoergert
to the tune into the *t..........
lion pounds has gone .en..U-phosphre. No al_ a boa ..., -".'..uI!::.:.-_:....!.- ___ __ ,'h ,_ ':'':).::.:.. _- ..- -'-!5515nmxiun''' '' NOWM' '!!! t
BARREL .....)... ncipe
BEER .. HtKUl New
MC hannon. South's", Premier Comic Diver
OUR
WE WANT TO "DEFEND book/... B. I lUltb.a. punot. Wiles DEFENDERS", Florida Good d.l) Bamford Bmktmm Powder. boa CJ, DANCING EVERY THURSDAY THIS SUMMER I TO 7 I'. M.

N'Wf' ....,ood.abode M..... Silver Springs Is 6 Miles East Of Ocala On State 500 To DaytonaI1RADFORD

Starke W. C. T. U. -.. .... .... ._.. --- --:::;.. = -
r
l ,11 I IE



1 f t BRADFORD, 0011NTY TELBGRAl'D. STABXE. n.olUDA FRiD,4Y,

Ial SRi dof D.anf.'lo.

... A..t tent: .r land S..... T..... R.e. A.-..
A..... .ofof D..rl.. Ace. o..r. Tasea. oAk: Owner

D..rrlpt/o.land ...... T...... Rae.Icr. Owner Tasee. 4. ....t... lad Nee.Twp.Rge. W'4{ of Nw'4 of NWy 7+I3

Com at 8E Corner ofLafayett It HEof. NWya OfHWt. a6 7 U '

i Late I I. 2 ,1 Blk 81'inehurat W. Kelley Est J,08W' 1& W""I more- SW'4 of SPJ% 36 7 12 2n 30 L' llNy '
D.
22 \ (
i f Dey, Z1' land lilt. & run E 326 \ lnt?", I ,
i2 of ilk 1 N of ft3E&allFrac ft for a J.t 01 Bexthence 8% Oit : tof t :.% W 367 2:1: 20 Holo!, ..' au,
Corn
1 of ft E
H 1100
run -
3E'I
of Hlk 1 N of It F ft W 60 clue of Hy Kight of
60 500 C39
\ I / or Frac sold N. D.llagamno ft : ft of Ig 29 II 22 Cecil L. Douglas Way on N line of Se"of
S Night
being if9 ftN belnge6 2 & run on
A' of land
& H & being all ly1..AN & S by 120yds Way 115 .ydK W 36 yda
said frau W ,1 M line E bounded Nby N 05 yd4 to Sec line
nf NW',4' of NW4! & I nt 0"/ Manning 8 thence E on Sec ling

INf IPy, of NJo;',. of RIk by Darby E by A hl..r- to B"Ir-3-4 A 2 8 22 L'nala '
I 1 N of H 2 PJ It Hv man In SE4a or "10;'.. 29 0 22 2 Montanxa6! InveHtment 378 SWya ot NW\1\ :I 8 22 to L'nkn,w.
of HW'j of Hlk 2 N of N'9' or NW'4 of BW'4 :2 I 8 2.1:. 20 t1 l8

WASHINGTON It 3 r. 'fempe' ,Nub, 7.11 All fE'.4 W of NELa ': NE44 of.l:. II 22 20 J. I., If,, let
Ford 228 IWr' : 6
I I11v. 22 6 22 10 Jllrs. Grace Road 'uof 32 0 22 (Iulcley, &. Davit 'i W lot

All land lying on E & J A In NJo: ror 01 NWt1NF H1.'4 of N\.1 ya 8 8 22 100 Unkn''" ,\ '
N.. side the old Starks Ex 1 lot In 8E' 01 NW4 & W'Aa
& l.ftwlllY Publio 'wild SCor 32 6 23 1 Wesley Holmes 1.82 uf NWI! & 8W'.4 3 8 22 280( Unk..",. ,

Washington, D. C. (NWNS)-AIthuufih In "Nec' 22 known .s 7t9 A In ME Cor ,1 E'Nr % rl& NE'eLot' NWNFBcN'
will officially remain the n. A. Thrower Hr. of BE' .Ex !
r., r Congress l.r..p..rty-IO,82 A iiiNW'4COr 2N'f'16 82 6 22 6 C. P. Chandler 811 \% of St.Jw. Se :sEW,
4
in session throughout the summer of NWW ur Ford '7.9<< 1 lot 01 land 14R ft uf :1413'4'; 3 8 22 180 I1nknow ,

+ '.,, since the members are afraid 23 8 22 11 Mrs, Grace Nq In ME Cur of NW% 1.82 SWi of HkS4 : : n 8g: Irnknow)?,
4 ; of what the public reaction would 1'; 3 A of 14'11 01 HIof 1.52E4'i of IjE\ 32 8 22 Eugene Furgerson All 1'nknowu'
1., 1 there NWIof AII\: L4 H'U 6 23 3 E, K. COnway 1 A In HW ("or ot 9.14of NW4 ot NE'.4 II II 2.1:. .0 Unknow r:
lar, l r be If they declared a recess, of W 2 of NW'4 01 NE4i 32 8 22 1 Joe Johnson 228, NE4i. It BE'.4 of

ii''Ir'P will be a series of unofficial "coast- "f NE4. of IIW4: '! 0NW'4 Crum 1.12 W91 of N\V'4 of 8E'F.x W\1'1Vr:\ 6 I 22 120 Unknnw1'
{ ing" periods during the summer to I 22 6 22 J Sylvester about 10 A 110111 ly 01 SE'4 or sww 6 I 8 22 20 Unknow ,,
( i time for electioneering. That port ion 14' W.V. divers persons 32 6 22 JO Victor Mack 663 N1" '.4 or Sf4 5 II 22 40 W P. Ilardin l
l > al a n provide H""; '. & W1NR ofI Com 210 ft W of RE W I' of SEV4 & SE1,4 of
6 + The first one, just completed, was V. or 14EV5 tI Clf 3.64 ('or of WSy of liE tA 1\\ 8 22 1211 O. F .
I Wunderllck k
i arranged primarily because of the Hud. 4N 23 6 f2 20 Ernest f.21 of &. run N 21Jft NEt! or NE44 ti B 22 40 T J. Ald" ;rn4manE'y
f .f HWI/! N 01 Road If 8 U :lZ A. J. Thom Jo11 ot of
primaries Iowa and resulted in a S ftE Se E\lI\ SEt
slowdown in both houses oft NW'ML11I'' olof NE'4 & all 21 ttlo''t} olIJ .. 32 8 22 1 EH"le Green 3.18 NWI'f 8 8 23 au 0. F Wa. a
4 general $k'4 N ofttnad 8.88NWy4 Eta. or NEt4 of NW'a
congress where comparatively unimportant :If II f2 61 W. T. Jordan 2.H9 1.1':01.:11: CITY, S'9" OF SE'/\ W UP nv. 3:1: IS 2.1 Eof. '"'W'8 8 22 GO Unkn"w"

t i measures, such as the of IoIW'4 25 6 22 40 1'nknown Wunderlkk 5.08 1,22 E'\I ofV\ of NE'.4 of
2l Ernest Ella Williams
i 6 bO
; d4'? to Increase the enrollment at 'logffr 's 26 Lot 3 of Elk 6 & Joe Johnson 3.118 NFJ i & M NEf Eyj
one Philip
ofwt'
F: of 24'' ft Lots" 5, 7 of Hlk 6 ofOEI.!. 9 8 22 15 Minnie I L.
A 1 West Point were made to consume 01 NW'/4 Clf SEf4of \< Williams 3.40 Lot 6 of Blk 6 Wm. McLeod Eat 1.22 or Nf4 & X44 of l'NW '
22 Josephine
G
144 a 10-day period. NJo4! 28 Lot 1 of Blk 8 Ed J. JohnsonOllle 1.07 V, & N W Y. of
or
4'' ; rt Official Washington regrets that W 40 tt 01 N 105 ft William 90 SW ya 10 8 22 1110 UnknuwuSt'
la E'n of NW4\ of HES4of f.GS Lot 8 of Blk 8 of NE'.4 &. NW'.4 of
election as the 22 Battle ;
important 2S 6 Rogers
t such an 35Nti a Lot I, 2. 3, 4, 7 of SEk 10 8 23 ,120 Unknown
.ne in November comes up this E 01 N 105 tt Rlk 14 Unknown 2.28 "I NE% of S\Vya

e,( year, for there is no doubt that of E'4 of NFP 01 ,.NW4i of8E14 28 6 22 W. A. Cook U.G9 WA of Lot 3 of Blk' 1 Wyyt NW! 11 8.. 22 5 J. G, K..II'IN ,
J. M John Sub Dlv of
C 3 both houses will have one eye on 165 ft of NEI4
{ that Com on E side of Church of NB' of NJo)', 33 8 22 1 Mrs Abble I. Hennesey 2.58 NE4i! & Com at" NK
1 the ballot box in every move Ht 116 tt R from Nline Lot :2 I of Hlk :2 J. M for of NWVi of NE'"i -

ilw, p they make from now to November. of NWIof NE'4 Johns Hub Dlv of NEVI: & run S 368 ft W 1040 .
A ;i a At the November election all seats & run H 185,5ft N thenceE 110 of NKU 33 0 22 1 Mr*. Fannie Stewart 2.68 ft H 368 ft W 280 ft \

t I r in the house of representatives end 10 degrere Com 6H2 (t 8 of NE Cor N 736 ft K 1320 ft to- ;
//i lhenee Northerly ,
( It
j' '
of N W Vi of :OJo; 4thence Pt of Beg & K 13A
of the seats in the senate 15.5 tt E 105 It 10 IWeJl..r
it one-third
N 175 It run W 307 ft }, of NEW. I. of I (; .
will be at stake. 8t. 21.18 S 141 2-3 ft n 307 ft ofwN. 12 31 W.
W 221>.11 It to leg' :IS 8 22:: John E. ;A7arshall 8 22: L Rn' I',
i A month ago it was expected that N 141 2-1 ft to Pt of Com at NE Cor of NW'4of
y1i Com at pt 330 tt 8 of 7.43
I'.fg Ex K 15 ft 33Com 6 22 1 Carl H. Jackson S 368
NE4! & run
( though a ofNFi -r
even NW'
a general recess, N line of of \ at NW Cor of SW'4' ft for a pt of beg,
i h short one, would be declared this on E stile ofE'4 ft run s 180 h \V 1040 fi,

summer to give the members of Church 11/4 tt K Nt 55'4&! run ft 'lV JoJ 3-4 ft for a Pt of 8 8effu'B 1040 ft, NJ68 "

congress an opportunity to campaign 11/4 ft N 52Sy\ rt to HI-IT thence run 13Ilil'i ft to pt of Beg 12 8 22 9 N. D W" ''Bhl I
criticism of H.. 28 6 22 n. E Lee 4.60 ( ft H ISO 3-4 ftW Com of 8Wf.ut
but the recent Pt of g ; 361". ft N ISO 3-4 \v'I: &Cou N

?), congress over the X gasoline ra. Com 0' 1'1'or, of W NWI'of H ft to Pt of V"lf :33 6 22 2. Leila Kafuse 618 ft for a Pt of 1222'thence c
"'W'% & run .
lion cards resulted in the adoption of ft N 316 tt NFl 608ft ',-, $BV, of NWI1. '1" of run N 265 ft 15
t the unofficial recess method. There 1'l1l1tllrly 200 It jJ, HW'/4' of N 'f SZV'1. Syof 135 ft tu W Hide of
,
:;1 of / ExRy
SC'4' toad l 28 thence ru n _
174 It 101 ,02 ft to Itegalso
lunch It 33 0 22 75 Luclle C. Edwards 7.45 Southerly along W

certain 11 N'j' of NWi/4 nf NW'4\ side. of road to Pt of
fI"nrkmRnV
of Mrs.
congress-em-berg & \ of Hy In SF'iof ); Fx 8 A onV' end AcJ3x I: Beg 12 8 22 C, n] *. i h' 11nh
SW'4 28 8 22 10 11. E, Johns. 30.31 11 A vault lot ,33 6 22 12 It. K. Johns 1020Kv 1 A e'l lying parallel
> All NW'i of S\V. 13 of
with Hy Hight of way
4' J-x: ..bout' 2 A In
t retirement bonuses for themselves. oim.is. TOWS OK* M'rUIK..J :8: 0 2.1' SW 'or 33 6 22 32: If I). Hunt 11.53 of In N\V NW',4 Cur of SWya. 12 8 22 1 H. C lb.

y t With the election looming so important Lot 2. 4 of rilk 13li.i J. 1. Anderson 14.54 SW,, of SEH 33 6 22 40 Unknown 12.66 1 Lot 4211 tt N & S by
Com at NE Cor of =VH'4
16 MX 210 fI E & W hounded;
I 1 of Ulk
in their minds, members of H
i'bJ dl. 125(1( of M3'4: run JD'i
d W ft Carl' Hitch 9t ;; on Ii by Redford Lake
houses worried ft ft
both are particularly of Call K ft 13 I9
Cum on H able Se I I.J by Walnwrllrht 2
1 about being called upon to vote Ht '''her"I\ Interact N 1012 ft to Hi'K ex A lot 12 8. 22 2 lIIarglll" ,rat
1 A In NE Cur 34 6 22 !9 I Albert Uli. 4.40
"on
the St & W
In Court of
nf SW'of
for the heaviest tax program I j.oJ dido W'. SW1i fly
of the country. They realize run 13 1H 3-4 ft for .a of SE'4 of NW4of Es I 10 A In S'V I'Hr J2 8 22 JR J. H. 1.,<1\ trtSW : t
history 34 6 22 Earl Strickland 3.50
SIY'4. 5 JO J. L } 8.Hav..n
I't of Hfff thence run % of SW", 12 8 23 101(1".dot
\ L1' J that no matter what tax pro H' 01: ft K 20V, ft N 8C'', of \n", 35: 6 22 40 I Steve Kowatch 5.15 Lot 50f :iVII I A The
j h'r Y approved there will be Pt 6 A In, SB Cor of vn'4of \
ft to
posals are 64 ft 20'4! I n NW y4 of
'
groups which will feel they are beIng of .cW Wm. Balln 18.81 Deed NWdHHcrlbnd Honk III NE'4 13 8 22 J. H. 'rn" ..

asked to shoulder more than Cum uri a Hide of Call Public RecmdH 39 Page Urud-313 1 A I In NW Cor of SW}:
S4" where \It Intermcixi of NE"" J3 8 22 UnknuwuConn
; 4 5U their share of the burden-and that rU i Jo: aide of Court St & ford County :35 6 22' gun. Bowers C.58N' at N1 f1, 'or of SWI4

( is going to mean loss of votes. It run W 119 ft for .a I't S 270 ft of NW'4 of & run S 320 tt W 420
NWM\ 35 6 22 9 M Bradley 4211
,{ is clear that the treasury wants action nf Beg thence run H of ft for a J't of n..g'h..nce
p 61 ft K 20 ft N HI ft SWI\\ 33 6 22 40 Unknown 3.21 1'lInV 472 ftN
taken on the new taxes before W 20 ft to I't of beg W W. Edcnfield( 17.51If NV)4 of NWVi\ I';xV 150 ft E ft .

t '. 4' November and favors a plan whereby Lots' 1 3 of lllk 22 C. Frown 1612 10 A & WVSi <>t A'C'4\ I ft to Pt of f.2g-6JlO 13 8 22 2 nohl I I

,T the government would begin collecting W >, oi Lot :2 of !lllk 25 Chas F. Pace Est. ..21 of' NW'4 of 39NWVi 8 22 SO Mary R. Maloney /B 61 E 443 tt of 813 .4 of
SWVi :36 6 22 40 I'nknown 2.89NF
tf t new taxes out of salaries lllk I3nivy 2'l! 'a** maw extended Ex I on '4 of NB'4' of < W'. 3 7 22 10 Mrx AKnp. Simpson 1.22 I ;NF:4: #W' $fW Sr/i'' Se Wyof } 22 21 Unknown.
13 8
h r and wages as soon as possible 100 ft & 13.x K HO i1 Mr. Thelma Larantaux 10.45 W >4. of NI"f of S1V'4'! 31NWU 7 22 20 e.V.. Colxon 5.03 W, A IIIIE%/ Cor "I that

it 9 Although the committee in charge W'i of Hlk :.10 a* extended of NWVt 4 7 22 40 Lucille C Edward 2,119 NE". of
i 1 .NK'/4 of SK'4 4 7 22 4U William Est 634
_ 1 on Knney map George i W01Ylno:
Is still putting the finishing toucheson N Hybeing
; 2464K WIi' of 1"1'\ of HE'SE4 ; '/ &
Jox'I/ 105 ft L. A. Reynolds '
proposed tax bill it seems of sii: of 4 2:01 911 rt N & 1'1 by
n KMi of Hlk 30 a* extended M/4 7 : 30 Dr. E. M. Webster 3.19
E It W
III It parallel
likely that exemptions will be decreased on Rnncy" man t tJ.'x Corn at NW Cor of with Ry 13 8 22 Unkn.m. 1lllit
and medium H 105 ft A, Reynolds C.63 NWV, of NE'run _
_ and the small ; : NWI4 of SI4, !
S 420 ft U 610: ft N
otv
3 A In 8W'4 .boundedN 18 V. Burs J
', income groups will be called upon 210 ft W 420 ft N x 330 tt 13 8 22
J. ii. AlvureiAdd
by
W 75 ft "f Jo1 2111 ft of
to at least double the tax they 210 ft W 210 ft to
pay 13 by Adam I i Nn, 01 NW", of SE'13 8 2:1:
paid this year. It may work out so extended. S bv Ity Pt of Rear 5 7 22 4 Unknown: 2.26 20 I c 'n0'
uf of ill !
f'lu m.:9 6:2 Mrs Laura Wllxon 3.94 6 A In SB Oor of NC', SE's SE'/. = n iT''k;: ;
} that 10 per cent of salaries and InndH & W by ,. All f 16 O '" 1?!
44 ., of NW't being 4 t1I 3.4
1 lot In /Stark bounded "* r 8:1" 39 '1.. 11. Mc 'I/II/
Lot 4 21 ::
deducted for '
4r wages are at source H by "rr..rHon St W ft 13: & W by OBO ft ,
/ tax purposes the soire''as is done by 'TemnU' Ave N & N& S 5 7 22 8 Mariihall Jacknon 1.97 '
1..un"lo. Ml'nIn.1: lot 22::
(A ) 's with social security, and the 13 by land' of 13. A. H 5 A of 13',j of SW'i
{ /.;' amount paid in this will be deducted Winkler. 28 6 22: B. C. Tappen 3316: of jlE'5, 7 22 5 Unknown 1.20 HIke I, 2 of Oovt Lot 1 1'nknltHlk \\ r
tf N way 1 lot nf lurid In Starko N 1,9 A of thnt nnrtlon 3 of Oovt. Lot I J. F;, No ''Ii,
y from the amount the taxpayer rt by 210 of I 1314' of SWV of Elk 1 of Oovl. Lot 1 :Jo'. JI Rutdb'L'lk ,

figures he must pay next ft 4PJtt&NW&h I oun oil B. NE4i. I 13 of Bond 7 7 22 2 Mrs Herbert Prescott 8,61 7 of Oovt Lot 2 & .
March a n d I erHon Lane I'IW'4' of \KV4:\ 9 7 22 4(1() J. W Andrew & Son :1.45 Elk 1 of 110vt. Lot 3 0. L ILt
::r..1R H by Hoyt Ht 28 6 22:! A. J,. Alvarez 541 FPl of SWII.t of NTV i 9 7 22 10 "'. ir Clark 3.28 NEST' ot NWI'6 S. W.v!
j In addition to greatly increased: .NBV4' : of ", of M3V4 10 7 22 10 Agnes Simpson 1.22 of N'VII 23 8 22 120 Unknown\

I taxes, a forced savings plan for 1.1\ I'I'O%, 'I"III BV & tO'M "l'II-In' OF \i.:\4\ OF \E'4 214: 0 22 S'j of NE',. of I'IVN' \ NJoI' of NE'. & F.tJ ofNW' ,
buying bonds may soon be put of Proposed toad 11 7 22 18 Sidney' Griffls 2.28 ',. (01 OE'4 23 8 2a 60 J. 11. rl'NEu ,
.1, bond soles Lot 1 of Rlk 7 I n. McFIvy 1.22 8'4 of NI.1 1: IK 7 22 80 irnvln & Janow 7.91 ot NEVI of NE'24' 8 22 10 Jessie I ,J" "
4 through. Whether war 1.0111 3, 4 of lllk 11lllk Mettallummett/ .2.80 IN'j' of S13V, 17 7 22Alf 80 T. J. Alderman 7.06(l Corn al S\V ( or of NW'4'
11 will continue or. a voluntary basis 15 & LntK 2, 3 nfKlk :NE'1'! of S\Vy4< N '.t &. run 13 660 ft N 350ft

will depend largely upon the amountof 16 & 13 Vi of Hlk Ry 19 7 22 38 Unknown 4.51 I 1 d 133 f' for a Plot
sales between now and the first 17 & 18 Mack Coleman 8.68 Com 70 ydllV| of Srj' H"1r thence run N 3r,0I
Lots 1. 4 of Hlk 16 Mack oleman 6.15 C'or of Sec 19 & run I 1)1 198 It 101 a50 ft 'lV ,
1 of July. If the average wage earner IJ'i' of iota ], 2 nf IIImt W 240 ft N 210 ft 1J 1 T. n Clara & Ada 198 ft tn Pt or Deg 25 8 22 2 Ernest. M. .at, '
puts less than 10 per cent of his 21 & 1-314 of I 240 S' 210 ft to ReK 19 7 22 Kalch 20.42 'IV'4' 01 SW4! 25 I 8 22 .0 H. A. "Van'slot

; earnings in bonds during that period 2 of lllk 24 Walter l\IcFllllhl 4,19 Lot 5 In KfHHlfrs Add 19 7 22 Emma Mlxon, :3.69 1 Indian FI..arh 35-36 II 22 V. L Phu.Lote ,
y1v Ulk 25 Ac N'-l! of Elk lots 17. ID. 20 of 10, 11, 12 Indian
it is expected that a mandatory 26 A. R. Randolph 531 Hlk 14 1 I3x 19\r\ In ... I Beach. 35-a8 8 22 N. V. Jolne.
plan will be put through forcing HI, of ink 26 A. R Randolph 4 37 SW 'or 40ft9&\V Lot Id Indian Beach 35-36 8 22 Geo D. LltherlandC.

} all of us to invest 10 per cent 'Lot I, i I of Blk 27 A. T. PaulUnknown 1.98 by 34Uj ft N &\ B 19 7 22 Unknown 12.61 A. KNIGHT'
i in these bonds l Lrt 2 of Ulk 2<* 1,23 F25 ft of Lot 1 C. J-. Tax Collector: Bradrord I
Hlk 29 I I'x Lot 2 I Joe HaKan 2.74 We.fi;; U 7 22 Mrs Edith now ley 3.111
What the new method of gasoline Lot I 1. 4 of Hlk 31 Amos William 3.98 Lot 1 Ex ,l'3 25 1I't & 'lV IT AT

I rationing will be after the first of Lot 2, 3 of lllk 35 Alfred Earnest 11.93l.otll 25 tt Dt Lots tH, 19. '20. SEE SE'OA

jct. t : July is still a question, but there is 1, 4 nf Rlk 41 Ham Franklin 2.80 21, 22 C. J. : WeeksNuhIiv AUTO PARTSUSED BEGINNING
Lot 3 of nik 41 Imymond Dell 3 30
'r U 7 22 Ethel Johnsoa 3.23
no doubt that it will be more stringent Lot 1, 4 of lllk 45 Sarah Scott 1.98 Lote 23 ,

than at present and may be extended lots 2, 3 of Blk 4rtNU Sarah Hcntt 1 98 2* In 1. 21: J.i.8su2t:. ; TIRES, (WE HAVE

il to Include the whole nation. of Lot 2 of Klk 48 W. P. Brooks 7.32 DIY Sub19! 7 22 John & Ethel Th mos 8.61
YOUR SIZE
J Although it is true that there is SSi! of Lot :2 of Hlk 48 Sallie Anthoney 1.22 2: A In RJo Cor f NE\\% ), GENERATORS.

of NW". 20 7 22 2 Unknown 1.13 AUTO GLASS CASH FOR
plenty of gasoline available in some I.I\I\..STO'V.! Till IIV 4 ('0'8 AUDITION: TO STtRKRUnknown SS 8 22 SW'1 ot NFL; & N4i of 60 J. H. Clara & Acla CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY
sections gas rationing is seen as I
HFy N4 2' 7 22 Kalch n.n
the only feasible of Lot 6 of Blk 1 1,98 iN\V I for bf NEw CONDITION.
way preserving 12ot
N IZ'a' ft of Lot 2 &
21 7 22 12
ik the vast rubber reserve on the Lot 3 and Shi\ of Lot L. It. Kalch 2.38

wheels of the nation's 34.000,000 automobiles. 4 of Hlk 12 W. T. Week, Jr. 364 NE'4' of SW1,4 L 21 7 22 40 Unknown 4.21SY Used Autos $25 up ;,

The present ration system N'nf Lot 4 A Lot 6, of SWI4 of I\W1,4: 21 7 22 20 Barbara W. Ring 3.2S
r 1 of Hlk 1 2 ).Jr". J. B WIlHon 609 39314 ot SW'4 23 7 22 40
in R. C. Cone
use in the East has been 7.96
; Iota 8. 9, 10 of Blk 11 Almetta Alvares 12 20 HASKINSAUTO
)' found to include many flaws! which Lot: : of Hlk I 11 Carl Ritch\ 2:74 SW'4 of RWI,4, 211 7 22 40 J. D. Thompson 4.n

d will be eorrected and its operation N', of Lt'M' 2, 13 A. Lots I<1E\4\ or SE44 27 7 22 40.J. D. Thompson 4.21 PARTS'd- "

shows that a large number of 3. 12 of Lot 4, I Lots II, G, II, 12 Rub-
peO"pie
rr 11 of Hlk 13 W. T. Weeks Eat 1169 of Nf '4 North of Town on Road IS
9 are continuing to use their cars 1f1YN I.N'U of pICNREi \
Lots 3, 12 & N 1 ft of 29 1 22 5 fillet Williams A UNIVERSAL
for many purposes other than necessary lot d of Hlk 14 Floyd Green 28.21 1 A on W aide of 8Wt4 2.93
)) ones. rots 10. of Hlk 17 J. H. Denmark 15.71: of NW'4 8 or 1& adE' .
,i Lot 4 of Blk 19
It is Impossible to determine Lot, 1, 2, 13, 14 of Blk Unknown 1.01 of 144Elaof fW\i\ 29 7 2a 20 1 oller Unknown William. 8,28,
whether the gasoline and rubber 2f Unknown 3.<<1.
i Corn 185 yder of NW
? e I problems will become less acute as Lola 3h125':1 t 7, 8, *. 3:04: ('or of .: lE of NE'4 .1 i From where I sit .
time goes on. for the reports from 10, Hlk 24 Unknown & run E 82 J-3 ydsN i-y
Lot 3 & Sty of Lot 4
176 Y'IIV 13 1.3yds .
different "authorities" are very of Blk 26 F. E. Prince 1.112 N 178 yd" to Reg 30 1 22 I. 4,
3 L.
conflicting. It Is agreed that the LoU 8. 7.lk8'269, 10, 11, N'" of Blk 4 In Hampton T. Johns 7Oj r

f gasoline shortage is merely a matter of Wm. BaUn 18.01 30 7 22 Frank C. Oould
23.27
Lot 7 of Hlk 30 C'. H. Johns ,90 tote 7, 8 of Blk Jl In
j41 of transportation, but proposalsfor Lot 4, 11 ot Blk 31 Unknown I.U Hampton 30 7 22 Co Hampton Development 1.88 by Joe Marsh
shipping by inland waterways Lot 1 IW 20 ft of

f and the construction of pipelines T."PLE'. ADDITIO TO "'r.4.RKIII JIll. 2:1: \ Lot 2 of Blk 29 Blan-

l' are making slow progress. As for Rlk 13 ton'II Add > 30 7 22 W. O. Seals 3.88
Unknown 4,2' Lots 7. R, 9 10 of Elk
) I'IIbber-each da,,'. reports give a Lot |, 9. 10. 11. 12. 13, ao Blant ,n'. Add 30
7 22
different picture of the possibility 14. 15 of Ulk 1 14 Unknown 4.51 Lots 7, H, 9. 10. n, 12 J. L. Lamore.ux 13.71 isndd, II

of huge supplies of synthetic rubber Lot 3 of Hlk 16 1. o. Prevatt 11.03 of lIlk 31 Blant n'a WHIN you consider the new prodwhy the grlm'd
Lot 4. 5 of Blk 16 at
J. P. Roberta
6'\.4R
r in a comparatively short umer Lot 7 of Rlk 23 C. A. Futch 1.22 Lot Add 2 of Rlk J Wrleht'a 30 1 22 Unknown 3.81 acts we've seen developed in oar mouth Rock

_ but the best analyses seem to indicate Blk: 31, 33 Peek Add) 30 7 U time..you'd think that just about else.
J. W.
r ; that tlon to Htarke 21. U T. R. 4.51 Lots Horn 11.65
it will be at least two Young 3, 4 6 Blk
Lot 1, 2, S 6. Wrf"h dof everything worth while In the e e
i 2 'A
three Iiit : 30
or before 7 22
years the general
Beau : Malley Wllllams '
*, 9, 10, S 7.23
NW," of world was invented in the last
r public might be able to buy new Add to MtarkoNS NW\4 30 1 U 40 Unknown it H
x Jour 18 6 22 Qul.ley 1& Davis 18.31 All i'E" of 8W'.4 E of 3.45 Interesting, I isn't .
few
.
rubber tires. of Hlk 1 Ex 814! of years
Lot 1. S Hlk 2 *., Ry 30 7 22 33"' P. Pearson 3.63 everyday bevww
{ Even more uncertain than SWy. sample
this e( RE'4 30 1 U t
.0
tnknown
of Rlk "I"11
NIv' 3 Dowllnc Lot. 13 3.45 It's kind of refreshing for a tangled i
H. 22. 23. Sf of get
comparatively: unimportant problemof Sub Div 18! 6 ::11 E. J. Dowllng 7.45 Rlk beer can
automobiles, is the situation in S'of Bile :3 D wllne'l Park .0 Hampton change,to find out that som pleasant toryl I

the war. Itself. Optimistic reports Sub I>lv JI 6 12 E. J. Dowllne 12.50 SWt4 of NEI, Ex 4 A 31.32 7 U Mae Hayes I.U things in .nr modern life date there'
Lot 5
of Blk 1
4 on Its) progress and hints) that it Wynn'lL01dA. 21 6 U 0111. Mart 7.01 an E. side & "'E, of way back to ancient day Maybe it',because

! might be fairly well in hand withina B, C of Blk 1 4 NW44 A on E Bide of SW'4 3J 7 U 77 Mrs. L. R. Kalc, I.U thing fundamenUthabevelll'

year have been contradicted by Wynn' Add U 6 U Boyd 1ro11oway J'.1I 01 NE44 ML of a It'l
8E'4 beer
Com 6' ft 8 from SE;; boat ,btIII
the President who
still predicts that Nl'\06\ 31 7:11: f4 Mrll. ,
Cor of Lot 6 of Ilk 2ft WI1IIams sensible
: it will be a very long war. The ., run W 180 ft 8 Lot I 01 WVr of NW. 31 7 21 10 Nora Williams 2.83 11.45 For instant-I read the other moderate, i tilt

# r public Is not In a position' to forman 1568 ftMS.m.5 ft to Lot Lot 2 3'of ot W., 01 NWt4. 31 7 U 10 M.lIuaItmm.: .. 233 day about a piece! of pottery some people In every ten.
yl of 31 7
roaj .. N W'i NW4a 22 10 Cecil R. Moore has
"
t inteUljrtat opinion this subject .c. 101 Itt .. 2.3 w always
on NWI
ot S\\Ii\ 31 722",40JUnknown .. scientists dug up In Mesopotamia. 51,
.
of J. .
Tt Bee C
) r
.since so much information regarding Alv..r.* Add to Ptarke 28 4 S3 Mr*. -Evelyn v Stephen 161 NE44 01& SEBa NEt4" or of NW\4 8W 1& 32 1 221\ 280. Waray. Corp 7r r. ''' 1B..45: ,',On.(h.pottel'7 was picture of ,
ft'M the progress of war is being Lot 1 of Rlk 3 J. t). AU 841 ,' ,
; '
two
1 withheld. yards Add to Stark 21 t 21 John E. Marshall 16.01 W4i of NEya 33 7 22 110 Unknown ,. 5.U bvewery workers making beer. like 1&
NE4 of .
NE14 at 7 22 40 I
'M J. D. Thompson -T.. Persona lly,
r r But it Is generally agreed in all Com at NE Cor of Sec 4.20 Is 10
circles which do know what is goIng J. 9,. JOI1A1* ADDITION, TO STARKE 28 a 32 53S run W laely ydsN That picture was 6,000 year taste so good end .fi

on that we should expect the Lot t of Rlk 31 Mary' B. Maloney 4.11 1111 yds yde E W 220 251'yodll, ydeN 8 old! and I know I eU tr1J1C

war. to last for several years and Lot$uboDlyYClty Park 110 yd" 93 no yd" N _. e I Cd thrill oat'! of '
21 6 22 Walter
J.
make our preparations based on Lot 6 of Elk 2 City Park Redman 1.20 1150 yda to I.t or Beg some !
Ex :7 1. You know that' maybe uUfneeeatl)
k? that expectation. Hub Dlv 28 6 22 Don Hoover 1.20 Corn Hy 311 7 22 25 1. T. Dyer 1118 something Egypt ..
} 8%* of Lot 4 of Blk 13nankin of at NE4'.WltCftf :i ; ancient of "rt..
wonder
Add to Ktarke 29 6 22 tasted anything like taml. tholl8.nd .1
"' Floyd Green 39.90 yd.. J. 1<51t yda N 385yteg I if it bed
Blk 12 Ex of aboutIt's
Mr. and Mrs. !mer Lazone of 8W Lot
4 liankln Add to ': .i.2193L4of d the good lager beer I have sent up the same,wsy +

Jacksonville, former residents of Stark 29 6 :22 Floyd Green 6..08, Ex 5AInNECo NE%Iii to the house every now and then. mall world. #*
Com :210 ft N of RR Cor a
Starke, spent be week-end at of NE' of NWVI & Ex3AfnNWCor&.

T ;ii the Magnolia Hotel. They recently run ft E W 210 210 ft ft S: 110 N 210 ft NW\o 1'x\ Ry of: NWt4 85 a5 ''7 7 22 U 40 52 J.W.n.W.Thompson rackhan1 13.35 420 Somewhere else I read that beer 1111 .1

returned from New York to Beg. 39 6 22 1 Ancll Orlffl 3.21 Com W.. of 1.11W NW\Ii\ oldf. 8W\Ii of,\. Ry 811 7 U 28 T. B. Trl..t 411 came over on the Mayflower-In '//H"A...>>.
Com at NW Cor of fact if I
remember
shortage
Hight ot Way Sea right a
City where they made a seriesof NW'", of t>K 4 run H on
line
Se run N Oil Right of beer '
48 ft K 210 ft for aPt was one of the reatona
radio transcriptions for theLJggettMyers nf Res thence runE of \N a"7a70yl..d.toW::

to b a CCO corpora 370 ft a 201 ft w ljn.. then"
E t0
367 ft N 199 ft to Pt '
u erg 1
t10n.a A 1 II 8E\o\ .
I of Beg 21 IS S Elmo Struth <81 8W\4\ n T SI Do.la Swindle lnduanrAGE f

2.98 No. 43 of a Series -Writ*. 19V.BrewbN



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COUNTY/ TKLECKAPIl." :
JBKAPFORP BTARKK. FLORIDA PAOR SRVBV





Norris fASII1O N Ne C1ICKCH. A.FIRST SERVICES B.DIRECTORY LI.BAPTISTRev. .."...*. Patter OF Hj4SE I ,


tllleen Says : Church 3
Morning; Worship n.00 A MW. I
T. U. 7.00:. H. M.
Evening worship 8:00 P M HOME

%o Izc. Is Safe for Marriage {' WednesdayVor. hip II10 J' M.pins' .


Bell SyndlcatWNU Service.) Il..... U. !C.METyIO1.IvT Povrt-. l...c.... l. tloI JJ'
ISO N. tkMrrk Ktmt
PATRICIA DOW Church I School 10:00 A. M :1 Y
Sunday I : A M.
Young. p'Zr.hlfolto: M. : \ Author of Sinn M...,'. Kitchen,
Kvemnirnriihlp S.00 I1 MWednciday .
"i Worship 8 00 P M.
1 : i .
] The perennial weeds all are conspicuous

now and are easily removed -
------ I AT.. MllttfW Fred Y.RIMTOPAl.Hr rK... Hrrlnr I from the garden. Each weed r

r Milt N. Chnrrh Ulrrrl I that you get rid of now also removes I If
a "i1 Church Srhool 10:00 A. M. the possibility of uncounted i
& / Sunday Worship 11:00 A M.lund.y I descendants appearing later on. 4'- '
( Hvenlnv 7:30 P. M. .
/1 .QJtr Friday Evening 7.30 P. M.: One of the main objects of cultivation '
Holy Day. 10:00: A. M. nowadays is recognized as the f
destruction of weeds, so this gar f

'd Pin IT TOK.MIYTKHHVR den task should be started early
3r Chit.*. '1. "II... Pa.....r34H and continued regularly. Keep the
North Cherry H.. soil constantly: stirred between the t ,
Church School 10'do) A. M.
Sunday worship 11'no A. M. garden rows. Seeds that are slowin ...
( Senior Cruaad 8:0(1: ( P.I.. germinating! can be protected by
Intermediate Youth A .00 P M. I stretching a cord between the labels ..._ *", .
Evening \Nor.hip 7.00: P M. in I..rjt.; !
to serve as a guide running '

:your cultivator. .,
v RT. Ft1WARD's r'TIIO.IC I e \ ;
ii' n..... Toe J. Marpfcr. I....... \ 'I
ts tail.e / Temple A..en... I Obviously the better you care for '
t l4 Early Manx U.OO A. M. :your household equipment, the long .
) r rt ItUlae Her*.Ire* er you can depend on it to care for -- I
Sunday Mai" 9:OO A. M.
needs. Replacements and repairs
:your
+ Week Day Mann 8(1): A. M.
may soon be impossible to r
get for many reasons so let's consider .
C1 fo"plor. TAII1F:1I V U '.1'1'! f
the care ond operation of ,
.
:Mr. and lrn. J. 'r. <|alKl<-y '"p..n ., a P U
Sun! # t u Friday Service 7.1(1: ( PI .

-'f4,6 { After you finish :your washing I

{a. bi HIGHLANDBy drain the washing machine und A Hride's Cake to Greet You at the Reception!
rinse the tub thoroughly. Wipe dry Seo Recipes Below.)
Mina: Beth \\'unbN'ly I end remove the agitator if it's the

I removable type. Rime this wpn- Wedding( Receptions Thin. Week's Menu
,} nt. Mr. and. Mrs. Norman
Lacy an-
rately und place to dry. Do not i,
i t'c ) 4' M' prs nounce the arrival of a baby boy replace agitator in tho machine until -
is I
kp et 'y After tho "I du.." have been said: Wedding Reception
to do tho next
t le 'M % born May 25.Mra. you are ready
r washing. and you have remembered: to weal r Chicken in Molded Egg Ring i i.nrl"e'
i n. 11[. Wlmberly of Washington .
jJfJ7 tjl Hard water often leave a de. something borrowed something Salad
{ ', D. C., has been vl..ltlngM
/ Ir a posit of soap curds on the agitator. blue and something new besides Hot Rolls and Biscuits
r Winifred Wlmberly and
i dJ 1- Remove these curds with a soft throwing your bouquet to some Salted Nuts Preserves Olives

family.Mr. cloth. lucky bridesmaid you are ready for .Bride's Cake Coffee t

\ 4) ,? ;a f1: un
Monk's Corner, S. C.. were visitIng and wipe both rolls ond frame dry. The reception is among the more
Keep rolls clean and free from oil.
Irlenda here Saturday. Be sure tile tub is dry before replacing elaborate forms of entertain, but with salt and pepper to taste. Chill
She and ten trll me they u ill be married that I day -
ui//,//be 18 in April.
Mr. and Mrs Joe Wood and lid.Follow because of our
but married tilth or without it. "
pouiblt; anyway well.Make '
iijsinn son, Sidney, of West Palm Beach manufacturer's directions ((4; wartime status the reception a really mem. ((

1THLEEN NORRIS have been visiting Mrs. W. Wim- for lubricating. If washing machine f!",( this year's event arable occasion by serving: a beautiful '

SHOULD SUE WAIT? I bei-ly and family. Is kept In an unheated place either 1 K will undoubtedly Bride's salad all fruity and :!
VN marriage turn flU the tub with hot water or move be simple
any more with the Mold. Here'sbow j I'
Egg
of Jacksonville creamy
when the Lolita is 18. She wants to Miss Janie Marr the machine to a warm place be. Simplicity, however .,
out happily has been visiting her mother, to do it:
old fore starting the motor
a boy only a
marry year does not im-
bride is only 18, a Mrs. Ruth Marr. Use care In moving a washing Bride's. Salad.
(
who it c
er, not yet through ply' lack of Chormcr
writes me machine not to Jar it and be sure & (Serves II) I
mother ,,
school and who has neverdone 8146 Miss Louise Marr is i visitingher I that it stands on a level surface Rraclousness.indeed ., f
I large ran pearsI
husband only Mian Janie ::Marr In
ben the a day's It'or1. Should sister I I when in operation. AI it often large ran while cherries

older! has never done the wait? Will their' marriage Smart for Cotton Jacksonville. Follow the manufacturer's in enhances it the more i4 pound almonds t

work in his life bat because ? W. G. Crews of Tampa was slructions! implicitly when you use White is the culor for brides, souse '
fail they are so 1 sliced
young Pattern No. 814& This frock Is a large ran pineappleli \
will
washing machine. These
visiting his father F. M Crews, your your linens or damask on the '
epend upon his father Kathleen Norris believes they real charmer if ever there was one. and sister, Miss Maggie Crews tell you exactly the capacity of :your wedding table. Flowers may be 5 pound marshmallows

>ort? should<< perhaps, wait a year Quietly simple it has at the same the week-end. tub which is In direct proportion to white calla lilies in crystal or .,lvercenterpi..ce. Drain and cut fruits. Chop nuts
but youth alone will time a flattering silhouette which over the power of the mechanism. Overloading and cut marshmallows with a wet
two
is the case with myd or gives your figure new grace when puts a strain on the motor or other delicate paste scissors. Make the following cooked
adored child Loli- not keep them from making you wear it. The bodice with its STEXOCRATHKKS SOT K and increases operating cost. flowers used with plenty of white to dressing: ,.

"and a success of marriage i if they sweetheart neckline has soft fullness P.IDS-15o each- ItIt.\Ut'OJtD It's a good idea to measure the carry out the theme. J Have your Yolks, of four

letter goes on, have courage patience and a the skirt is adroitly cut with COUNTY TELKGRAI'll.: amount of soap you use each time. candles white, too, as the occasion Juice of one eggs lemon'

aking my heart. For of responsibility. Without smooth lines through the waist and Of course if the water is hard you Is somewhat formal.
sense width at the hem. And it !Is BUS SCIIKIH: must water softener In the 'U rup evaportrd milk '
flaring use a
have been unable tor trend Is to
those qualities of character JtarlaboanilLeave At most weddings the V. teaspoon mustard
adjustable to your figure-for it has __ water before you add to make
Starke' ___ 3'OS A. M.Leave soap
i besides the
> more than an hour they could not succeed at side sashes which tie in back. !Stark. -_un_ 910 A. M. the suds. have other refreshments Combine all Ingredients and let :I

it t ta time lying awake any age. Pattern No. 8146 is designed for Leave Stark __0 __ __ 1 40 P. M. Badly soiled articles should bo traditional white cake cut by the cook over hot water until the mixture :,
_____ __ .
itS I' V.Leave
14 requires Leave Stark! bride and the assistance
Size necessary
ally all night-worry. sizes 12 to 20 and 40. Starka .. ____-- 3:31': P. M soaked before putting in washer thickens. Cool Fold in 2 cup I
39 yards 30-inch material. Leave. Stark _____ __ 5 15 1'. MLeave Just as oil stains should be removed by the groom! If you are baking whipped cream. Combine with fruit
orrying, worrying. ate practical, home-loving and Stark -_-_____ !5:50: P. M before wnchlnR. the cake at home und It will be well drained), add nuts and fold 'r
:
s madly in love Leon. baby-loving soul and really loves: Leave Maika Stark" _-____________ .. toO 12-20:: 1'P.. MLeave M Sort tho clothes before starling good if you do-plan to have a small in marshmallows.; Place in a mold :gl t tin
the young man whose fortunes she Woulhbonnd tho washing. tube for the frills and deco ii
she is andans pastry the refrigerator/ overnight. Scr**
s crazy as wants to share;, then the chances ol .................. Leave. Stark _______ S 05 A. M with celluloid! or paper figures I ,/.
for the future have Name.,........,. .n.Addre. Leave. Stark- ________ 10 20( A. M TKAI.V SCIIKItfLKSouthtx : rations surrounded with endive or lettuce. .
their happiness are just as good as 1I II Leave Stark __ ___. 3 20 P. M. of the groom and bride as a Now. the cake for the reception

much practical sense they were both 32. So what "Thirtynine" ..............................., Leave Leave. Stark Starka ___ ______ fi.0 K SO P.P. M.M. >unit decoration. This la a light butter cake, deli f

[hey were babies of 3rd' ought to ask herself Is not Leav. Stark. n 8.10: P. M. No. 1 due Starke 11 :15 P. M. Chicken, because of Its bland flavor cately flavored as bents the occasion ,
2 1
"What sort of a bride will she ....................................., WealMaadLeave No. 107 due Starke 9:13 A. M. and general adaptability. Is the :
Stark ____. .. 11:20: A. M.
make" but "What sort of a woman No. 191 due Starke 10.38: P. M. '
Tallnha.ee. Special) answer to refreshment prob Bride's Cake !
your
father sends him $73 and I have I raised here, anyway? Is she Nm of paper........................ Leave. Starka -- _.12:41 P. M (Miami) lem. Chicken: in a molded egg ring r
IS sifted rake dour
says he will continue to Leave Stark __ u__ t'10 P. M cape
going to develop as new responsibilities .. 8.20 P. M. Northbound make. the table picture and :your
Leave Stark a double baking
li! teaapeons acting
the funden
fil boy graduates a come along!" Pattern No......... .Iae......... Leave Stark ____ __ 11:15 P. M.eaa..e No.2 due Starke 5:54 A. M. guests can easily serve themselves: powder I IIi Q
left for this by
ather. But that purpose fund is ex- Count OB Mother's Help.Against Bend 19 rents In coin for Leave Stark 2-30: ( A, M. No. 108 due Starke 6-35: P. M. .Chit-ken In Melded Egg King. raps batter
Lolita's marriage are each pattern datrd) tor Leave. StarH .. ".ro A. M. No. 44 due Starke 3:28: P. M. (Serves II)
for something only ___ Z: reps sogsrIU !
Incept Leave Stark .._ 11:30: P. M.
.u train.)
iver a thousand now and these arguments: that after so Patricia Dow Patterns Leave Stark ," 7:OK> P. M. (New York reservation 2 tablespoons unflavored gclatl.i rsips egg whites, unbeaten

it t Is gone, what? many years of devotion she is willing lot W. ITtb 8t., New York. N. X. U cup boiling water ,Ji teaspoon vanilla ,

> ants me to give them a to hurt and disobey her mother. H! cup cold water
un housekeeping apartment That she counts, at the same time, 1'4 cops mayonnaise. Sift flour once measure add baking tt

one as my contribution. I upon much help from that same THERESSA ttt 4 tablespoons lemon Juice powder and sift together throe

!rt J23 a month for It. And mother. That when Leonard graduates H" teaspoon sail times. Cream butter thoroughly,

that 'if we run out of food a year from June be still will By Mr. II. D. May SUCCESSFUL 1 tablespoon grated onion add sugar gradually. Cream together

lags run in and have din- not have a job and the education Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and 54 green pepper chopped until light j'
grandfather' 2 lablripoon chopped parsley: and fluffy Add
Mother fund established by
Mr. and Mm. A. L.. Sullivan attended
putber la Despair.to will be exhausted. And that her unwillingness services at Beulah Church JI PARENTHOOD 12 hard-cooked eggs egg whites, (Vt
chlckea salad
ill tar from being to wait a year or two at t recipe" of cup ata' time
myright :
Saturday.Earl cold water for 9
indicates Soften gelatin In beating three
mother' earnest request,
and her
happy marriage
: .
of Jacksonvillewas' dissolve in boiling wa
Dickenson minutes and minutes after
hat t I in certain hardness.On p
am despair. I am a
visiting friend. and relatives yfNiC ter. Cool. Add mayonnaise, lemon eacJaddition..
:II 1 love is I'
:
woman with a houseful the other hand; young ;
here last week. Uncle Sam fi juice salt onion green pepper Add flour, a small {,
erst; I have supported my a beautiful and educational thing in MB*. CA1HTBOIZ CONRAD IDWABIWfcBlot. :; l
rose husband couple settling will soon call him to serve in the Py parsley and 10 eggs, chopped. Cover amount at a time,
my died. Itself. This happy: young
(how I don't seem to get onto down in mother's furnished Navy. AModate VofemM Moftntee bottom of mold with one inch beating well after each addition. \k
Freddie Dodd and mother Mrs. of the mixture. Slice remaining eggs Add flavoring and beat vigorously. i;
particular worry: will be all the more anxious
apartment MUs and arrange slices around side of Turn into a 10-Inch tube part which r
by
""I Lolita I know she to themselves worthy of S. H. Dodd accompanied
that
prove
attended servicesat THE JEALOUS CHILDside mold. Add remaining mixture and has been greased and lined on the \
w herself because of that Marjorie Hall
into this new ..ltu.If their new estate
chill until firm. Unmold on lettuce bottom sides .nd around the tube $

< it were a game she was same mother' misgivings. Graham Saturday. child. Marjorie. who the family think. enough of her fill center with chicken salad and with heavy, waxed paper. Bake In a I
For awhile will! Lolita if she has good material in Mrs H. F. Cloversettle of Keystone "My oldest thereby I'
everything
Jealous of her to supply her with clothes she garnish with salted almonds and tomato slow C27Vdegree) oven 1 hour; then
Is
nd novelty and then like her at all. will rejoice in her tiny Heights spent last week Is nine very contribution to the
a sister Irene" a mother make a wedges. Serve with mayonnaise increase the heat slightly to 300 degrees -
e will wan to It all establishment that is In such contrast her parents Mr. and Mrs. younger family.
throw with whole
writes. "I.! Irene has anything new. or french dressing. and bake 50 minutes longer If
>w religion does not permit to the big boarding house in W. C. Loper. Marjorie says: it is ugly. It isn't Next, I'm afraid the mother takesit Chicken Salad. or until done. Insert favors, if desired

wrlagca; when her fancy which she grew up and her mother T. n. Triest was a business because Irene Is better dressed for too much for granted that because 2 cups cooked diced chicken wrapping each In waxed paper .

someone else she will have will have the great joy of having visitor in Starke Saturday morn Marjorie's clothe. are really nicer Marjorie seems to value French dressing and pressing Into small silts In

"M either her faith or herI her near and being able to help ing. since they are all given to her.- things a great less deal affection.she doesn'tmind Evena !" cup diced celery the cake. Spread ornamental! butter s
other
If, and it seems to me some her with her problems. It a baby Sam Swindell and children, of Marjorie doesn't and cannot get along seem with to play: young receiving child has pride and will !Ii leanpoun onion Juice frosting smoothly on top and (.
I another children
< could not bear to watch comes along there will be ii! shredded toasted almond* sides of cake. Decorate with simple P
Ocala visited :Mr. and Mrs.' S. with more than one child at a time. pretend not to mind when parents cup
cess of suffering and dls- tie and another great joy. R. Swindell last week. (At home she is a regular little show more approval of a brotheror Marinate chicken in french dressing borders and rosettes of the frosting R;

ant going on. I Iru One "LoUt a" of my acquaintanceran and mother to her baby sister who is sister. Indeed such: children for an hour. Drain. Add remalnlnllneredlf'nt. and trim with sliver drags,.. tt'

not think that the ages of away with an unacceptable beau Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley three.) Irene can play with one or a since they: can't bear to admit that with just enough: Serve on silver tray or platter with !t'>

F are far too young for a some years ago. She was 18 the little (daughter Ruth Mrs. Lydia dozen as the loves everyone. Mar. they are naturally less lovable than salad dressing to moisten Season delicate sprays of fern, cosmos, or '

\\ifo man to enter into the man 19. and their finances/ were in Hall and Miss Julia Payne attended 'Jorle does not seem to mind when I other., often act as mean as they bridal wreath. Place special bridal t"'
Graham last to be in order to tell themselves
s, of rented a services at love Irene. It Just seems know how of cake tie small
marriage? Do you bef. so low a state that they of." it's because they are bad favors on top ; or,
f. I 1.o, that there should be garage for $3 a month and went on Sunday. things she ig with Jealous, some children are that they are disapproved of. Lynn Bays: wedding bells or other favors to t

bidding' marriage until both their wedding afternoon to "Loll- L. G. Johns Sr., visited his from To Itegin babyhood people centered; Marjorie's mother should emphasize white ribbons and Intertwine through .,

re-ay 23 years of age? ta's" father to ask him for the fur : uncle. Henry Saxon of Hampton others are thing-centered.: The first her daughter's good traits Here's help to solve your gift sprays.

do you know of any argu- nishing of her room so that they who is very ill, Tuesday night. type: will be interested in people and accept the fact that they are problems for the bride: Linen OnuunrnUl Butter Frosting.

warning that will save this could take possession of their nee Sgt. Puckett of Camp Blan- will want to win their approval and not the same good traits her sister minimums include the following:: 4 iab8e p- butler .

foe from taking step that home. ding was a week-end visitor In would rather talk to them or watch! has. For instance Irene has a 8 sheets, fl pillowcases, 2 pairs 5 cops sifted confectioners sugar I

,"I her years of bitterness prostrated over the home of Mr. and Mrs H. D. them than play. While collecting naturally sunny sociable disposition blankets 2 wool coverlets, 2 bath- X eg* whites unbeaten
mother was
The ofthell'
III be : little boxes, loving every article and Is wonderful with groups. mats I bath towels 8 face cloths S a.LIa.cream (about) ,
18 in April. She and the elopement and could only moan May. clothing saving their allow- But I wonder if she would have the towels. vanilla
linen hand Hi teaspoons
me pleasantly but firml:* feebly: that they could have whatever Our little community was gladdened ante to acquire things Instead of patience to take such good care of and 12 the bride salt
wlU be married that day. they wanted. So they took s by nice showers over the spending 'them for movies or' ice her baby sister as Marjorie does? For the dining room ti teaspoon
: 8 8napkins of
of will need 2 dinner sets with to Cream butter; add part sugariradualy
but Krmijsion and blessing If frying: pan and a dish towel along. week-end. Crops are looking; fine. cream, these children.are indications Marjorie Finally we come to the real prob- 3 breakfast or luncheon beating well! after each
married and chair. They thing-centered: which Is Marjorie's own. Forthe
anyway: with with their| bedding this lem, B extra dinner napkins, addition. Add remaining sugar alternately
ut It." three months, would stem to be of type. who gets along happily pets 4 to
lived In the garage I COVERS*1 person
MANUSCRIPT the mother's and 2 hot plate with whites, then with
to
egg
N. Are I. the wife selling Now accerdlng with people is going to have an 12 tea napkins
.lllacted Safe the husband In college door to per 100 BRADFORD COWIYTELEGRAPH. letter. Marjorie has nicer clothes easier time in life and thus Marjorie mats.If cream until of right consistency to
from
iwnym mother chooses for children's shoes than her sister because they are will need far more help from possible the bride should Iprea Heat after each addition

not "Thirty-nne." So door. given to her by someone grub! her mother than Irene ever will. have a set of 6 In each of the until smooth.' Add vanilla and salt. :

a much older than Louts Toiled for Seven Years. SEE IT AT THE PARK the family. But here's the Her mother should begin now to I following pieces of china. If she Spread cake. Make rosettes and .

herself was married Lf> Social life was out for them, but SUNDAY Irene's come out of the family build special friendship with Mar expects to set up housekeeping ona borders with frosting forced through I
ently Is 'like brought 10 BEGINNING and although it may be unreasonable to be done with I
her mother. occasional callers always budget orle, she probably ,jorie. It will have larger scale this list may be the pastry tube. Makes enough
girl has been pound of coffee or a box of strawberries of Mal care for with Marjorle's possessive B 12 pieces. Chins to cover the above cake
rAfE to or frosting
petted aDd of the r feels left out of the family plans. she may want to monopolize I expanded
indulged In every to leave in the corner: If possible the mother should divide nature mother. Yet once she feels set Includes: mile! pljtes. soup and to use for decorating
up In and a her
table
e.of Ignorance of the elm.. garagn where stood"a the outside gifts between the sure of a big place in her' mother's : plates, cups and saucers dinner lie.. you a particular household or :

cooking. housekeeping, Ca s-plate. .'two girls and then Include Marjoriein affection she will probably be less plates, sauce dishes, bread-and- rooking problem an which you would
g'; It she I.1 accustomed to After Ned was graduated he got a the family clothes budget If demanding Instead of more 10. I butter plates. For serving dishes ht. efrl mli ices 9 nu to Mitt fyiut.lutmbft

er own Way In every thine Job in an oil station. Ills young wif. not. she should explain to Marjorie income Then Marjorie must be taught the following are "musts": 1 ,\; .ol Weicm(N>tutpuutr ('I'num
a eand Her just how' much of the family utmost South Itrtiitalntt SIr...,, Chicafn,
flattered; and if: had a sen.' and another son. clothes. Then little by little with the patience large platter for meat and vegetabled. Jill .
nay' the I I. faded: she grew thin; c11 can be spent on that there Is Just as much I ).. 1 covered dish 2 open Illinuu, nflainuifi your pro"' .", fully ,
Impractical bloom IITCE ,
ex. :young [ the gifts she receives I ,.. .
.t.t ,Idle. tired. Two mote show her how In sharing as in owning dishes, tea and coltee ,la hrt.' liege* "MI stamped, itlj.ftrJ
*, ieMsn. then she she was always 1.. ease up the drain on the budget pleasure and understanding vegetable e a good wife at 18. or babies came along. But there wa: thus making it possible for the thin,.. Kindliness the child feel less pots and sugar and creamers. : 10". western N..p...*. (lnlo..)
and there Is non. be better dressed.I not making
no question then whole family to called for in helpingthe I
a:.lb. other hand, Is a today: that she and Ned truly love think: Marjorie win take pride) ouV in worthy difficult:are ones.
eftshe
lelf-enaCln PICTURE the fact: that became someone
,. : each other. A UNIVERSAl 7F
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I IV CIHfriT rOVHT. BRADFORD YOII
Trim Enemy ('o( "*TY, FLORIDA IN tHA11- June art "
n i Won't Shave Until They ('aN Y. Court 17th y4'fUUlrrd f. ,
LEND-LEASE Joseph E. Pairanelll. Plaintiff/ v", seeks and suet th...
., Irma Pagranelll, efendant.. Cast IIv4)rc/ a"'arts
I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS More for RussThe No 2013 In Telegraph, 'hal tUIj 1
t rv 1,1, ", 't I r I basis for closer economic cooperation W N ANn NOTICE TO API'EAK at Stark" c h
STATE OK1 KTXKII .
U. S.-British War Strategy Meeting between the United States. Irma I'agranelll. Number 38Ve to: Mrs.t 1913, ... hiAriClnrkA1'
i Soviet Russia and Great Britain both 11th bt.. New York H Y. 4

; luring and after the war was laid in .
Forecasts of Second Front
: Opening ; a proposal for a master lend-least If would
like

i i i Job Freeze Ends Pirating Practice; department agreement presented to the Russian by the govern-state I m .you clean, quiet surroundings a good wholesome pJ

m''-nt. at
Mexico and Brazil Fight Axis Subs President Roosevelt described the prices Then we invite you to

I proposal as similar' to other master I trial give
M BBM* BW M B MHM H a MiM M m H M BM HBa wEDITOR'
lend lease agreements already

I I .<(< re the. *.(NOTE tae ..-Whin.. ....l plnl,.l ..>. '' l jr t elinked by W.ltrn Newspaper Union. effect the acceptance of the GUARANTEED
agreement by Russia would make

the Soviet a party to attaining the It & M CAFE
economic principles of the Atlantic

Charter sponsored by President

!">.. iifil Roosevelt and Prime Minister Corner of Call and Madison
Churchill.

.( ) !!! The foundation principles of the
1 master agreements already existing
between the U. S. and Britain Include I

"national and International IN ORDER TO GIVE OUR EMPi/jj'
measures to expand production employment
and the exchange and consumption

of goods," and eliminationof .

t "all forms of discriminatory A HALF DAY HOLIDAY
} tr OUR
willMachlal.t'
it treatment in International com- Not until they have struck their awn blow for Pearl Harbor 510
merce, to reduce tariffs and other Mate Thomas M. Ryan (left) and Charles J. Leblanc. radioman -

trade barriers and generally to attain remove the luxuriant whiskers they have been cultivating since
4 7. Members the crew of a PT-boat In the Canal Zone, the
December WILL CLOSE
AT
the
trdi Atlantic the Charter.economic" objectives of : two say they will de-whisker when they have launched a torpedo alan 12:00: O'CLC
ship. They are shown in front of the now famous mosquitoboat
enemy
u
The significance of this latest I Insignia.
move Is that a victorious
America'i NOON ACH
Britain and Russia, THURSDAY FOR
TO CHECK I'A
economic collaboration would compose Non-Priority Suits It
an economic bloc that would

i1At i e dominate the entire world. "'-- .. \.or. IN DAYS BALANCE OF THE SUMMER

f ( DE GAULLE:

6 Warrior Only take666

Il
55 t For outstanding service to the nation, two of the navy's current heroes Hopes of Gen. Charles de Gaulle I ,
1 % f ayt were honored by Secretary Frank Knox (center), Lieut. John D. Bulkelcj that the United Nations would recognize -

'rrlgbl) received the Navy from, in addition to the Army Dlstingulshd< ) him as the political leader of SEE IT AT THE' PAKKHEGINNI.NG

I L (:Service Cross he held previously. Lieut. Comm. Richard E. Hawes was France as well as the military symbol .; SUNDAY

i! ,- awarded a cold star to accompany Navy Cross he had already received. around which Free Frenchmen

have rallied, were dimmed by reactions Ufil ASKTNO t&i .
aitf*'
|U. S. AIR MISSION: TWO NEW ALLIES : from both Washington and uk ja .pchjnd your >baokw

I11! ',Y 'Bad News for ReichHerr Mexico and BrazilMore London In a statement to the world De *

1 Hitler got a done of hla effective 'measures againstthe Gaulle had demanded that the Allies ffiauUNE oiinMMIN S Eastern Auto Supply
own medicine aa more than a f
submarine menace along the At.
thousand British bombers roared
lantic seaboard and in Latin-Amerl-
over the industrial city of Cologne
rj can waters were forecast through '

I alb' last 000,000 Saturday pound.night of explosives, dumping and 6- the co-operative action of Brazil and 1 Ii JIFBEE limn

1"A' d l leaving the city virtually In ruins. tions'Mexico warfare in joining against the the United Axis.Na- r'I s Sistrunk Feed And Seed Slorl

i t The British blitz was repeated j
Monday night as another thousand Operating under "shoot on
"v, ': n { bombers visited Essen home Ight" orders, Brazilian airmen A UNIVERSAL PICTURE ,r I

: N were reported to have sunk 4WwitfL .
of the munitions
Krupp plant. ----- -------- -
o three U-boats lurking off their > 'a} xt li\rrMyNi1V 7! RlIRN010OttIHetQitttnIItiammQSat( Ot

# Air raids of a magnitude and de. northern coast. Brazil had lo I The conservation of wool will not I'
j tructiveneci such as the world has end her armed forces Into action bother these mermaids much for THIS WEEK'S
never before leen will eventuallybe said an air ministry com- they have found that really presentable SPECIAL FOR] SERVICE Mi

the sequel to plans perfected at munique, "to safeguard oar sov ,\ bathing suits can be.
the conferences, observers declared. whipped up from odds and ends
lent, and the lives of '
ere our undefended -
t In creating a second front against around the house At the right Is
!' f Ff Germany, American planes and fliers as ilort Seven BrazilIan a cute little number made from an Chino Overseas
j t operating with the British to ships had been torpedoed.Jllexico' s old pair of gingham curtains. The Caps 75c
k action likewise came after swimsuit at the left once did duty
bomb German factories, defenses
the sinking of two of her ships. as a shower curtain.
and communications would be under
k "We recognize the limits of our -
t 't r their own command.
military resources," said President
f.. The "softening up" process fore. :NO'IKK OK tl'PI("4'1'1lVFrlt
ci;. ll Camacho, "but we shall) respond to GEN. CHARLES DE GAULLE T\ l 111ell: : I
cast by joint American and British
: t ? air otTensivcs over the Reich would the aggression of our adversaries, Dementia "partnership." :NOTICE(Nenate 14 Illll HKTIKBV So. licit HIVKX, Identification Chains 25cWe

"' a Jt was believed be a prelude to in- collaborating energetically in safeguarding treat his organization as a full- That I. It. Vinlnic holder of 4llthxnf
vaiion by United Nations' land America." I fledged government and war partner Tax <'.'ertlf'.... No. 142, IwHued
I
the 7th day of July A. I>. 1930, hex
forces of the continent of Europe JOB FREEZE instead of an agency for recruiting flle same In my, offlo and tutu
S pI later on. This was confirmed by a : I French fighters. The Free made application for it lax derd to offer PRICE and SERVICEfor
be Issued thereon. Hold I
: statement of Lieu! Gen. Somervillethat Aids War OutputIn French leader used the American embraces. the follow lug certificate describedpropPrty
t -"America is ready to supply negotiations for demilitarizing the In the County tit Bradford, .' ,-
answer to the growing practice the Service Men
state of
Florida to-wit
1' men and materials on a large scale French Caribbean as an example of :
S of "pirating" war workers from one fiKld of SWV Sep. 13 Twp, 6 8,
to a European front. the inadequacies of his representa Tl. 21 ,K,
t industry to the other by Induce- containing? 40 Acres, more
The lion in the or ,......
American air mission in Britain ments of family of United Nations.
higher wages and other
was regarded as a logical corollary Official Washington made it clear The aHMPnament, of the said prop-
i ) to Gen George C. Marshall's Incentives, the War Manpower com- that while the United States is .erty. under.. the Haiti certificate IH-
mission moved drastically to hold continuing .u..dVa. In the name of Empire P. S. STORES! Inc.Two
London conference to the dumber C'nmpany.
on strategy recently "essential" workers give De Gaullistt
Critical: IJnlxHK .
; war said certificate shall be
The U. S. chief ofstaff's aid possible It
j. army Industries and agriculture in their every prefers to wait redeemed according ti law, the
_ talks with Prime Minister present jobs.Primary for an eventually liberated France to property: described therein will be
Churchill and British chiefs of staff designate its own political leader. sold to the highest bidder at the Stores To Serve You
3 purpose of the action courthouse door on the lint Mon
were known to have covered every day In the month of July, ,
to
was
step up war production ham
( TOJO BOASTS which. In the 0th ng.
war zone Including Russia : day of July,
pered by shifts of workers. Dated thin' lath' day of May=, 1942 145 W. Call St. and Blanding CenterBICADY'ORD
Officials said the United States China Performs (OPKKMAt' HEAL) A. J. Thoma,*
600 MILLION
: Clerk of. circuit Court of Bradford
SS Employment service would be designated Boasting that Japan would stay County Florida. 5-29 4t 6-1S
Fund for Housing as the sole hiring agent for In the war "until the influence of

} The appropriation of an additional vital war industries. It was indicated Britain and America and their

l J t ; $000,000,000 to provide living quar that the service would be dreams of world domination were rfiJ? .;.;.* ;::; ::?' **?:: ?:%* r- *//y#; fKSsr-i VXi-. K'S3Sjr { .r

tern for 1,800,000 war workers who empowered to prevent any em- wiped out," Premier Hideki Tojo ''-''/ *' -/.- :--J: <"-i'-5--- :Bv'v'M : >-V VS::-:.! :''
will migrate to munitions producing ployed from leaving one job for another reaffirmed his country's determination -

_ I1 ) centers was asked by President except in cases where his to "contribute to the utmost
11 '' f Roosevelt in a message to congress. kill* were needed for a particulartask her share a* the partner of Ger-

} Congress had previously appropriated and where there was a shortage many and Italy."

4 1020000.000 for war housing of skilled labor. Describing Australia as the "or
to provide shelter for workers producing Men in key positions would not phan In the Pacific helplessly expecting
P essential munitions. be subject to military; service under Japan's attack" the Nipponese ; iaN ao.f. /: '. 1i \y 3't' St: ..

the draft deferment provision of tried again the war of nerve

men} the proposal technique by warning the Common- ,
J
S. S t ) as far as possible WAR WIVES' AID wealth it must reconsider its attitude -
S and new sources of labor supply are : toward Japan.

7 a being called on, it will be necessary U. S. Is Generous But while Tojo was making brave

for at least 1600.000 to move Substantial financial aid talk disquieting news for his people
for the
1 to centers of war activity during the families and dependents of enlisted came In Chinese reports that the

coming ;year. Existing structures men in Uncle Sam's armed forces Japanese army of 100.000 which had
are being counted on to absorb a launched the offensive in Cheklan
''r was approved by the senate military
large percentage of the workers, he affairs committee when province had been decimated. Of
a i members
..Id. but many workers will have voted an allowance scale casualties totaling 10,000, the Jap
art to be cared for through new public $50 a month for wives. beginningat : lost 1.500 Ja killed through the ex-
v
y"y construction, "largely temporary in The benefit system worked out by plosion of land mines near the key
nature and designed to serve the the committee Included city of Kinwha.RUSSNAZIS,
a much
tf lower-Income brackets of
war more liberal war risk insurance plan
workers. :
than In World War No. 1. \t-' \

LYBIAN FRONT The program's provisions would Tanks Take TollAs \ _
:
start with a government allowance
drier ground and
I Active AgainAlthough of $28 per month for a wife with weather permitted greater warmer move-

ll, the weather timetable no child, to which would be added ment, the tempo of war on the ,
aid it was too late in the season $22 from the monthly pay of her Russian-Nazi fronts was stepped up. I

active warfare flamed again in the husband. A wile with one child While German sources mad claims

N LYblan desert when Nazi Gen. would receive $40 from the government of strategic flanking attack.. Red .

Erwin Rommel's armored units plus the $22 allotted from theoldier'a army communiques reported advances (
iii opened an offensive against British pay and $10 for each addi- along the 150-mile Kharkov
t [forces south of Tobruk. tional child. front. S 1


I b I'I'I..regarded the opening aa Rommel's phase of what long- dependent brothers In case.of sisters on a soldier him or an grandchildren:with additional parents, Into Mechanized the convict!! units One were report poured told of __ '-71 &. : // / .

general attack, the scale of benefits was phalanxes of 32-ton Russian tanks
provided. Including -
i British held the upper hand and lumbering through German lines.
? repulsed and Inflicted $15 for one parent $33 for In addition to successes reported
tl heavy two and $3 for additional B class
..l losses OD the Nail In a aerie of dependent at Kharkov the Russians claimed
; fierce tank b.IUrl. advances near Barvenkova.
i
i British tank units were strongly MISCELLANY: RAIL TRAVEL: A

supported by squadrons of Royal Washington: Senator David L
Air force With "rubberneck" sightseeing
planes
_ according to com I Walsh of Massachusetts chairman
5 j muniques from Middle East head busses already banned: and drastic :
of the naval
affairs
committee,
k quarters. The German army was predicted curtailment of airline service In ef
the Atlantic coast submarine fect, the next
reported operating< with stronger air'forces. step would be elimina
M 4 menace will be "increasinglychecked" tlon in the near future of all "non-- i
through new plans :
being essential" railroad
Observers speculated about what passenger service -
put into effect by the .
navy.New
federal
foxy General Rommel had up his S transportation official
sleeve A master of "feinting" tactics declared.
the Nazi leader was believed Wavell Delhi: Gen. Sir Archibald One step already taken was

I. by some experts to be making a British commander for Burma the rearrangement of streamline .
token thrust against the British and India disclosed that HO per train achedulra to make
cent of the
Imperial troops sent into
southern flank in such service
order to screen a available for local
S' general advance eastward along the Burma had been safely returned to tram;. DOT. representatives OTUH UNOIt AUTHORITY Of THI COCA.COU COMPANY l YS1
the Indian
"coast toward Egypt. | frontier pointed out AKKE CQCA.COLA BOTTLING COr .
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1942
flRADFORD coiniry TELIGRApn.LiMERS' ST.1BKR. FLORIDA

:: r.oE NINE ),
'.;

SECTION WITH THF.It :FOR" -Be It Resolved bv lion .
OUR be
: to
FARMERSJ. The published once each mediately after
Board of Publlo. Instruction. of week for the said election,
four I
llrudfurd successive weekft In and the s alI I Board shall holdspecIal a.
.. County. >
-- -' -_ ___ h __ ______ ___ .: Florida. a. follow. the Bradford County. Telearraph a meeting SM soon thereaftera .
Section, I. newspaper published In and of iveneral practicable. for the urpoe oCcanvasMntr
HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD K. Klilingsworth and the That an election b. circulation' within' said Special N a t d election returns) I
of Maxvllle same I I. :
Some hereby called ;;
months and Tax School District
ago we had the ordered to be No a of Brad and shall. determine *nd certifyto
SENSE . spent several years farming I privilege of an Interview where the lust& general held at election the> place ford County.. Florida, which Noticeof I the results of the election. If it
in with was Bond
Bradford O. Klectlon Is hereby .
County but now lives held throughout Special Tax School given appears from the results of said
NECESSARY [MILK FOR HEALTH just across the line P. Wadsworth. of Hampton. who ?:, tlin'm\ a of Bradford County as follows: election that a constitutional( maJority -
I n :; "\OTICH OP of
EFFORT Clay at Bradford HOM> 1oJ1.M"O': who art
the : : :1't: i'tn.8'
1.. County. Recently he bought 20 I at that time discussed the turpentine County Court Pt nus.. In Ntarke, Notice I III hereby given that an qualified : < : In suet
effort; U Ocesi131'Y June ha been designated- acres of land Bradford County, Florida election will be held at the Bradford School I District voted In favor ol
Increasint as from Bryan Jen business. But on the ,, the issuance. of bond then
said ,
"Dairy Month" I In addition Iflth day of June.. A. 1>. 194:1.: for f'ntfolf t In Htarke,
I f Florida throughout the flings, of Jacksonville, and built : Ihe purpose of determining Florida, on the and In that event the said. Hoar
Nation and efforts are being, a house. He to his 8,000 acres or more of the freeholders. who the.will ISth day. of June A. 1'. 1949. dur- shall be authorised and required
ere. big Job assigned did carpenter workat 'of fled elector are quali log the hour.. prescribed. by law, to ISKIIS. the bond authorised by
made to residingIn
the encourage greater consumption Camp Blending saved his turpentine property which he Tax School District No. 3 Special; for the holdnir: of general elec said election for the purpose. specified
off to of lirud-
They're of milk and milk products money and paid for the house ,leases or owns outrIght. he also ford County. Florida. on the queiitloii lion., for the purpose of determin In. the said Resolution a* pub-
e M but there and of whether ing the will of the qualified elec llnhed.SKCTTOX
':; start.& ) by both old and or not there shall, tore of 7. That thin Resolution
i. young. property but would not go in cultivates a 25-acre farm. I be Issued school bond 0 f laid. Special Tax School District
until the Job School No. 3 of Bradford County, take effect from and after its pa.sage .-
Milk is te debt District Florida,
in .
let.UP for t h
'U won. only article of diet fencing. So up to this He raises mostly feed-corn: I amount of Thirty-five Thousand principal on the question I of the :Issuance of the public welfare requlrlag
the war whose sole function In time he has a small Dollar bond In the amount of
nature is very crop- (laS.OKO). the proceed de Thirty- %
make aat and peanuts-to take five Thousand. K SPARKS' !
gome folks to serve a* a food. Just a "patch" of garden. care of his rived from the sale of such bonds Dollar (135,000)<< de.scribed .
II, Although In the Resolution. of The Chairman of The Board of Publlo
together with
something and then civilization has brought us many It U Mr. Kllllngsworth's plan 130 head of hogs. (He also bas 6 by the trnlted funds tit ales to of be America granted. l, Board of Public Instruction of I Instruction. oC Bradford County,

and expert' their task foods there to not one that will to fence ;Just a little at a time milk cows and 8 horses.) This to Sic be school used 'ot" .. b.a:1: pub: on adt.dIft'hunJ: Florida of Afay adnft Florida W. K.. M1l'Df.BTO'IKuperintcnd.'ttt

roll, along for a while.often take the place of milk in the aa he can pay for It, since it Is year Mr. Wadsworth grew three I. e>., for the acquisition' and District con, ordering the holding of said. elec I of Publlo Intrti
find the job 'acres of beans. "After struction. of lIon ami prescribing certain .de lion of Bradford County Florida
they diet. Milk "the most against his I paid for a new school building
eaI4board.
principles .
nearly per- to go in and of tail with respect to the proposes and ex-offlci. > Secretary at
before they knoW fect food has debt He the fertilizer seed. crates annexes or auditions to e.. bond, the .
and
wart served mankind expects to plant an tut Inir school building' proceed of such bond
Fein be no low1n* down well down through the ages. It acre of strawberries this fall packing," he said "I had J83 left Improvements necessary equipment I and Including"ground by together the t'nlted with fund State to of be America grantei Endorsement of Publlo Instruction) .Adopted. by of The Bradford Hoard

femendou Important has been used as a beverage and and perhaps some sweet potatoesand to pay for labor. But I really facilities I and, Improvement all of auch school being to be used exclusively for the pub County: Florida, on the llth day ofMay

has assigned toKind In foods; 1U butter-fat ha been other truck stuff which will planted "the beans for fertilizer County located, Florida a t Stark: in Uradford I.lie e.,school for I the of such acquisition School and District con. ,. .1943VV. :. MIDDI.RTON

I folks. for the work churned into butter and either help him to do the rest of his anyhow, he said. "I plant them SKi'TlON 5. That the said Hoard tructlon of a new, school building Superintendent. nf Publlo Instruction .
chance to lag, In between the of Publlo and of annexe", or additions to of Bradford County. Florida.
0, iglven no the whole or skimmed milk has fencing.Mr. corn and peanuts termine. Instruction hereby de- existing school building. Includ. and ex-offlclo Secretary of TbeBoard
BdeUyed. been made Into hundred of different Klilingsworth has two and when I get through with the bondi required* (a> tha'to) the be Issued amount. for of ing necessary. equipment. and ground of Public Instruction of
of the varieties single beans I plow them up for ferti the purpose set forth In Improvements, all of such school Bradford County, Florida.
I sure, the tempo of cheese Milk sons who are working aa the Peti- facilities Improvement bMlno t-16 It t.1
T( be Increased and the contribute more to good nutrition laborers at Camp Blanding. "I lizer." That fine rain this section lion thl. referred K ...ol.. to I I Ion In the U Preamble Thirty-five of located an""I: tark., I n Bradford; --

0 be 'nc>'ea8ed toe than other don't know what I would experienced last Saturday was alifessver Thousand Dollar 1t35lIo\ll (b) County Florida The said bond.,
LUit any single food.It do If It that the rate of ; If Issued, will' bear Interest at the I v .Arl'IT. rot HT. nit.i>roiinCOI
goals that have been La because milk is a natural was not for them" he said Sat to corn and peanuts" bonds shall bear Interest If Issued. that I I... three such rate.of. three percent 43*!.) per annum '*' T. .. FI.OMIUI. IM tllA'MCF.RV. : -

food which feeds all urday. He also has he said. percent (1% ) per annum, payable payable seml-annually on the
of a .
parts our daughterwho aeml-annually first day of April and October In Vito A. Poveromo. Plaintiff v..
., means that more war bodies that It is so necessary for has been running a cafeteriain The topic of conversation naturally April and October on' the In first each days yearcomniencing of, each year; and shall mature In the ..:clllh riknrubska Poveromo Defendant -

,on that raid October bond 1. 1942: and of amount the year of flion nil on to April 1165. both In each Inclusive t.'ae. OH-No.tHrHLICATIONAND 8014OKDBR .

more food and< otherps day. Someone has said that A. and paid by the' W. P. A., who kindred subjects. "I think the and shall b* payable shall Issued be due on and, 1UOOO. on April 1. lit*. NOTH'H TO APPKAU:

produced more scrap whatever value one puts upon is also a great help to him. American people are about the In April the 1st amounts In mien of 'thl: years .and All elector 1 freeholder residing who In are Special qualified Tax 8TATW' Hknrulmka. (IF FI.OKIDA.Poveromo.to: Mrs.Krllth .

i old rubber collected formt health Is the price one can afford Mr. Klilingsworth was born in hardest people to wake up In 1344 tu 1945,as both follows: School District No. S of Bradford bi>r 503 Twin: Oak Knaa: Osre u't11I.

use, and more co- to pay for milk. Bonifay spent several years of the world," he stated. "Pearl Har- -1I18U-- --:'::_:__... $1,1I01I.3 In..I"v"l. ') County to vote, 1 1'I' li.\'I\ shall. n.be entitled I II .You C ullnrnj.renjulred New Jereey.to appear on
.O0t
l united effort than ever experiments have shown that his life in Slocomb Ala., and bor did more to wake up and SKIT10N: a. That the- (OFFICIAL KKAI,) W. I':. Mlddleton Jun. 17th, 194.1 In the .above. named
.Ut made. Florida came to Bradford County seven cement together the American tendent of Public. I Superintendent: of Public I Instruc. Court and cauas. wherein_ plaintiffseeks
be I for best health children and llrndford County Florida loIupurln'l I tion of Bradford County, Florida. divorce Hradfnrd County
|pIe have bought thoug- young people should have a quart years ago. He spent three yearsat people than anything else that offlclo Secretary. of The sod ex-offlcln Secretary of The Telegraph shall publlnh this Order
worth of bonds New River before going to could have been done." Public Instruction or II Board of Public Instruction. of III next four weekly Issues.
dollars I and adults at least a pint of milkeach Count v, Florida, be and he hereby Bradford, t'nuntv, Florida"SKCTIOV WItness tnv hand. anal official *.ealat
i started many garden day. Perhaps. b y using Clay County four years ago. He "Before Pearl Harbor I drove Is authorised. to have the ballot 8. That. the said In..p..ton Hlarke, Florida, thIs May *0th..
continued) I is a minister In the Church for use In said. election prepared of the ...hl election shall I 48tiFFIOIAf..
of 2,500
,
be my car miles
_.
must plenty of good wholesome a month, Mr. .
food .and furnished, to the Inspectors. of make return. to the. said The ( SEA> J. Thomas
great deal of food and I the life span can be lengthened God and spends much of his time Wadsworth stated. '"Since that the election, which said ballot. Hoard of Publlo Instruction Im3LJCJLJL As Clerk of said 'ourt.lI- 4t -3

many tons of scrap ma- ',and the period of old age post- at evangelistic work. time I have travelled only 1,000, shall he aubstantlally. In the following ;; JU JL JL JlSJt-it. Jt'JL' Jt. JC IL.,IL J--.................................................................... .
form: kfL.Jc] == = QQQQ== = = === cc3Ii
ut these things do not poned. Abundant consumption ofmiuc Referring briefly to the present and I wouldn't be surprised soon "OFFICI41. waLleT

t it's time to rest on the meat eggs vegetables and War he said: "We are right now if I drove only 300 or 400 miles. apKfttl. Tt' 5l"H04>l. ITHI4T FUNERAL DIRECTOR

ney mean that a very fruit gives constant protection to about to have a showdown. The When you talk about gas ration- 'i'0.J S OF BH"' 1.0".I>FOHI HI' > iot'rv.: My Many Years. Exporlenoe MaJte It PowaUblA for Me to Reader

rt ban been made and the body. American people are going on the Ing and tire rationing it doesn't SCHOOL HOMIt SvI.KCTTlOX: EFFICIENT PROMPT and OOURTKOUS: SERVICE
offensive. ..... l.l. t.4:1
If break
ink will be performed we can the mean.a thing to the
average per MODEKATK:: 1'KIOKSDeWITT -
The dally required amount of "Shall there be' ..
lly If rural folks will justIn milk may be used in milk beverage Lyblan line, we have won. The son The people''cuss about it, sued and sold school. nuthnrll.-il.bond. I.of C. JONES
like they have been Russians are holding the Germans and don't know what it Is all hpevlal Tax. School Mlntrlct No. 3

since the first of therk ?. cream soups casserole and the Chinese are holdingthe about. The Floridian people have of principal Bradford' amount County of Florida Thirty-five In the Mlarke Florida

dishes souffles creamed vegetables Japs." He spoke as If the somewhat waked up because of Thousand Dollar ($15.000): the .
custards frozen desserts proceed. of such bonds, together
deciding factor therefore wouldbe sinking along the Atlantic and
Is going along fine and other desserts. with fund to be granted by the
''a mucn. to oe aone oe- Lybla and Australia. Gulf coasts." United Slates of America, to be W.T.CLUTEREALTORF.
Surveys in many sections of used exclusively: for the publicschonle
r job Is complete. Let'Bt of such Hchool District. I.e. I.
LOANSWe
II. A.
Florida show the for
need increased .. for the acquisition and construction .
: harder than ever for consumption of milk in of a new school building.
Florida State Farm NewsBishop. want the listing on your propertyWe
ere must be greater ef- and of annexes", or addition, to ex-",
order to improve our health and i.titg school I
bulldlnw I inclutltnPecessary
than ever before on thetbe general wellbelng. ---- equipment I and around have some wonderful properties for sale

, i armed forces of our lly E. H. Isouvler Improvements of such school See us about Real Estate Needs
A farm of five will needno facllltlev I and your
(there also must be great- family Improvements' helnv
located at Htarke.:: t n Bradford 119 E. PHONE 8gOUICK
CALL
less than two milk fresh STREET
Ithan ever before on the cows TVSON-MEISTER Honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. C. County, Florida.

lour farmers and others. ening at different seasons to furnish The marriage of Miss Suzanne Wallace\ who are leaving In line Instruction! ( to Voters.: Mink

I way a nation can win ar the milk requirement and a Meister to Harry L. Tyson took of military service a group of Intimate an "X' before your choice. ). I

all of It-armed forces surplus of butter-fat for butter place at 6:30: P. M. Thursday friends gathered for an : I
FOR
| men, women and chll- making. If one has to buy milk May 21. 1942 In Robertson out door supper at the home of : : BONDSAOAIN4T SERVICE AND SATISFACnON

keep pounding away never begrudge the money spent Memorial Church Miami with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin Thurs ; ; |

Jer Increasing force andc for it because it Is the finest and the Rev. Norman Zulauf as the day night of last week. :: BONDS

|c toward the one goal most economical food. officiating clergyman. The nuptial Mr. and Mrs. G. L.. Cox and SECTION 4. That Don I... Ttoover IS OUR MOTTO

Every American must make It music was played by W. C. Cross- Miss Adele Reed were shopping Titus. Olson and H. F. n"mornl.
each of whom .
are hereby determined
his Job to know the foods that land. Miss Irene Wallace was in Jacksonville on Thursday.Miss to be duly qualified therefor, be Short Orders Sandwiches Cold Drinks
build a strong sturdy body then maid of honor and Charles S. La urine Gosnln and J. H. and they are hereby appointed ai I

he must-learn to eat and enjoy Spooner was best man. Aftera GosHln Jacksonville were week and Inspector J. ... Peek of said I.* hereby boml appointed election And Delicious Home Made Pies ;

them. wedding trip through the state end guests of Mrs. E. C. Scott. a. Clerk of such. bond election, h<

the couple will reside at 3125 S. We are glad to report thatE. qualified being hereby for such found poaltlon.HKCTION to .be dul. ,

STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS W. Third Ave.. !Miami where the C. Scott i 1s back at work after 5. That the said. Super.
Uc each- BRADFORD intendent .a* ex-offlclo Secretary, of A&A Luncheonette ;,
bridegroom, who is with the being llt for some time. aid Board be and he I* hereby
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. United States Navy Is stationed. authorized and directed forthwith I

"HILE Mrs. Tyson is the daughter of Deeds Filed to Incorporated cause. title Notlc resolution.* of Bond and EI.the.".

For Athletes Foot Mrs. L. Marlon Meister of Miami.

Ring Worm, Teller and other Mr. Tyson Is the son of Mr. and J. J. Truby dingle, Eva Klilian .I" '-Vf

I Parasitic akin Infections. tryTETTEROLE- Mrs. R. H. Tyson of this place.lUUDO..1 and husband J. W. Kllllan beingall I -,,: ,

I CLUb the heirs at law of J. M Tru "S4e//
of Who d
60o Mrs. M. E. Grlner entertainedthe by deceased parties the fh'stpal.t
At Your Druggists-
to Florence B. Brown and
Farm Bridge Club at the '
I home of Mrs. J. G. Godwin Thursday Marcus F. Brown, husband and S4e//s
wife. May 29; F. A. Scott, R. F. It Can't Happen Here? vtyr >
SEE IT AT THE PARK afternoon. May 28. Lovely for
Clark and C. A. Knight, trusteesof Defense/
YOUWAIT arrangements' of flowers added to
T-.uo.ta.
Livingston Trust Fund of First ,.
BEGINNING SUNDAYr"1LIiIN' to llre.
the attractiveness of the rooms North Shore Climr.
used for this occasion. At the Presbyterian Church of Starke Cloning, ., Florid.Roio.rt0, 1041
of the first to Saul slog. ,?, '
partleo the
part,
end of the :Mrs. k.ndingMsyZ2.
progressions, Mail ,
Work Guaranteed.The Jimmie Ritch held high score and Hankerson and Lizzie Hankerson, I"i"i\\ Bog Your Slogan to C001.t .;

Highest Quality Mrs J. C. Wallace won bingo for May 29; Alice Hughes Harrison, 177 1ac1tse05111 S Jdg.5 ,
a widow (formerly Alice Hughes) rIda
Mrs.
which prizes were given.
Leather UsedOWNSTEEN'S of Pasco to Ella A&i. .
Ready
il County. \I/
Loris Bristol and Mrs. J. W. i. ifffet"
Blount of Duval County May 30 ,
;
-II Dykes Joined the party as tea- % lyou're looking on Civilian :
Daniel E. d N. L. :
Knight a n l
guests and enjoyed delicious fruit Defense Activities with smug
Knight his wife to Gilford B.
salad and tea with the club memo ) "A" the
Stanley his wife. May 22; D. L. complacency:: you rate in 1"

OE REPAIRFrom bers.Mrs. Lloyd and wife Ethel Lloyd to Axis Score Book. For if you believe '

Po tofflce : J. C. Wallace was the W. M. Sapp. May 27; W. M. Sapp, that war can't and won't come to '

guest of relatives In Jacksonville I May 27; W. M. Sapp and wife our shores, you're doing just what jM

A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 1 F during the week-end. El ma Sapp. to W. B. Dowling the enemy want*you to do. But be .
After a brief stay at her homeIn Annie
and wife Margie bowling,
grimly ready for anything and you
Fruitland Park Mrs. Irene B. May 27; W. E. Rhoden and Leeree

Whltfleld U again the guest of Rhoden, his wife to C. L. May caa be lure that America can meet

FE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld. May 30; J. F. Johnson and wife the test the teat of the tern revolve I "

MUM Bernice Dobson will leave I Neta Johnson to Neta Johnson, of its citizen to win the wart!

Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. May 30; Neta Johnson a widow (_ t

I AND ECONOMICAL! Virgil Dobson In Clearwater. |I to C. L. May, May 30. wt

Bernard Jordan returned to his :

I RIDE THE BUSSES after home spending in Headland several, Ala.,weeks this week here IwoTirH A KI.Kf-neUI RROOI.l'TIOM ov yeah no"!)THK.KI.KCTIO' A:L I.I"U PIKPOMKOP **At n Remember this about a Nation at WarYou ( I At


I Courteous and In Gainesville\ with friends UKTKHMIM KHKKiioi.itKiKt%( THK WHO WILI AUK 05'TICH reach the peak of efficiency: consistently only
Correct Information
and relatives.Mr. tl'AI.IFIKIt' ..:1. .:c'rORII HH II)- when you've learned to relax. For we've got to work
M. L. Crews haveas I"'G' i* KPKCIAI TAX: Htiiooi.moTHICT .

I Given You At their. and guest Mrs. Miss Winnie Warren (' Pl.ORint.NO. II OP .ON.HDPOHOliTV. THKUIK1TIOV ) hard to win, then take time out for friendly re* '

a student at Pinel and College OP TICK X7ArK OK Lixation to rebuild our energy. .
UNION SCHOOL ROM nV Stalls "('II001.
STATION
1- BUS Deland. niirnu-r i\ THIS AOI-T' ; OK1SOT No wonder you find discriminating Floridian turning '
Miss Melverna Thornton and TO KICKKI): THIHTYFIVKTHOIMANU ..
for the kind of refresh'
J)0I.LAK$ nl3.oool. to smooth, mellow J AX Beer
Miss Esther Crews have Just returned FOR THH EXClUSIVE' 1 5K OFTHM effort demand Beer ;yf.
JAX ,
threeweek's PIHI.IC IIOOIM OF If('HHC ing relaxation America'* war
pleasant
from a very with 'HftOI. IIIMTHK-n DKTKHHIINIl *- the famous Drink of Friendship iia zestful,tangy beer... _
visit at Belle Glade :1
'r" : A Mill NT OP IIOJI HHW.IIRK :-
A. ) TO-HK loot Kl FOR Tin wholesome, pure body I
SINCLAIR their relatives Mr. and Mrs. A.
PRODUCTS _ _
"
PfRPlKs II.T FORTH I* 1MHFKTITIOM :4,
Crews. O P KLKCTOHft IIK0.1 building. Why not try '" :
/
Mrs. Jlmmle Rltch Mrs. Oscar s, tTI%U TII4T NKH HO'MMMB r $ bottle of JAX today? ,h
$1 0 a I
Gasoline *,
I Oils and Fuels IMMI. Kl: >. THK RATH 01' I*' r
Partney and Mrs. Tom Conners ')..:n..;.... TO BH P.H) TIIKMKO: *.
I1EN were hostesses at the regular AMI '1' H., '1110 WISKM THK Ii. -EVERY- m
YOU
NEED FUELS FOR HEATING PRIVCIP4I. ANI IMTIOHKHT OKHI T
social gathering of the farm employees Nil '1.1. flH II V K "
GIVE ( 11 IIOMJM VICTORY :
I US A RING WE DELIVER at the Community House Al WIIKV" I'' V 'HI.":, AMU FORK WEEK F 5. : .
:l.ATKI> PtI1I'ISKPI.W1IKftFAo4 1' '
Friday night. Dancing was enjoyed on the 12th day. of for original victory: slogans "
all for several hours pr ',.nt. by in
fl'Jf)9"td r.Jbr. like the one
I H. E. : : Inntrucllon' of / .1! k .
TUCKER, Agent during which delicious Ice cream Bradford. County, Florid, an Kier-: RULES_ _ STATS 1/NirCD/ # "
was served. lion dated a* of the llth ,
I For Sinclair Co. day Petition" 1941 regular In all ,end In s< m.ny.ntrln..ch REriBSt .
Refining several 1 You may ;
.
Alva Dukes spent a"3 BONDS .
Miss r..pect. .lgne.I I bv more than <*...k SB you ....nt. / : ...
Phone< 158 days with her mother In Lake twenty-five percent (25%) of the Each must b. accompanied by a ) ANDXSTAMPl .,
Fla. 2 entry .
.
_
.
Starke .
elector renldlnx In
duly qualified "
from
Butler during the past week. label or re.......hl. facsimile any [ '
Special Tax Hrhool District Nt). 3 Beer. Ale, or Stout.
of
bottle JAX
Mm R. P. Stubblns Sr.. returned of Bradford r'ounty, .Florida petl- site with. ,
from Pensacola tinning nald Board to |Ie.ue bond 3 Th sloffsn must be originsi you.
I --- -- ---- Monday of said Hchool; Klntrlct I In the prlnrlpal : Any slogan now In UM will he rejected.
I -- ---- and Tallahassee where she has amount of not to exceed 4 N..tn..nd originality count; but no -
friends and relatives. Thirty-fir Thousand Dollar )>n Pt Service been visiting 000), the proceeds derived from the diatplsy. '\
Drivers
Careful ale of such bond .. .'L-'m 5 Entries for this. week must be postmarked .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dukes of fund to be grantsi by the no later than U OO midnight June 5. {. t' : C
Btatea of America to be until exclunlvely :i
the of the
Tampa, who have been visitingMr. ; for the publlo iichoole ofsuch f J All...alogsn Brewing. become Company,property whether they ,...'.: r :I.i, '
tarke and Mrs. M. E. Criner left School DistrIct, and that an not. ., il.I

Taxi ServicePhone for their home Tuesday. election the Constitution be held In and accordance statutes with of win In case or of tlef, duplicate prizes will, be _ _ _ ftk:

Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mr.. W. the Miate of Florida on the question .....rded.I :. ..?
: of the issuance of such bond; The deciilon of the judges U flrnl.a ,"fi ..
B. Mundy left Tuesday morningfor and The content U open to everyone over 11 I BEER: .' '
150 Oxford. Ga. to be presentat WHKREAS.: It ,la the opinion of ti: ,..nof. e..cept employee of the JAX .. -
The Board of PublIc Instructionnf Co. advertising agency, and _ '. ;
4b1
of Mrs. Godwln's Brewing ,
the graduation Bradford Florid, thatIt .,. '1i,
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Countl' members of their families. _ a. .
son. Garland. which takes le to the .. of said .t ) .. ,,"" -; (
'I ; Bneclal Tax fchool District No. I BREWINQCO.'t;: ;
JAX .
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Night place June 4. They will be accompanied of Bradford County, Florida that JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA .V'1'' r." ; '" t'ii;' ,,(. .1. t'o/jtW;; .
home by Garland, the aid bond be authorised, I.- A .. ; 'i i- '::'')00. 'I( 'U.....
sued and sold 14fE'i.\ purposesslated :.; .V.- :r ";ti" h ', h'- .
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Garland's room mare and Buddy -S.
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iL i'' ti Try To Answer I Unnecessary Loss Famed Divers How's The Water? ;( Super Bond Salesmant County Court June 8 IN oJ.Fi.oltll1 TIIF'......:.('01 lilt hT h.'olll.t op, t I

. I ; : UnaidedAftei From Fire And SwimmersAt t Artie Schneider.. co-partner In County Judge's Court will convene In Eie5' ).r PIt1l8'
' I Questions I WS 1 Monday June 8, according to Rob.r. I.. II..... ..
the Tic Toe Tap and now In the made T. All I..dlt.. .. I. ...
announcement
Can Be Stopped Silver Springs by Judge E. Slain, e s..d
every registration of men Field, -'f.: ... h.... P
l I Air Corps at Mission K. Perryman. .:: ....
under the regulation* of the Se- Farm fires cost the Nation about Greatest array of amateurswlmmln& Texas seems to be going about notified You: ; ", '
anI' .
[ lective Service Act. the Court- I II00.000.OOO annually but even and diving talent een 'i; ; : his new job with the same energyand ; Bradford County NOTICe, Florida.: any cll.lIlI,> { I i" III
, bouse the Biadford 'ounty Tele- more important In wartime la the In north Florida in years, head tt:' 4 enthusiasm as be did his old. June 4th,IJtM )against ysu "I' '"//th. :
loa.' In agricultural productionwhen lined such stars as the Rawla fine NOTICE HI HKHKBY: ('lark 'h.'n, '
by made record -
He has already a di' .. ,:
graph, and pet'hap* one or two that pursuant to hoctlon t of Chapter ( I II
; hard-to-replace farm buildIng and Hoerger sinters, will go on in his "spare time" Job as 18298 Lawn. of Florida, Act... of 'ounly to Ih.'I at,
i.t other office. In Starke are 1! J7. known a. the MUKPHY ACT.the Bradturd ('ou ) t
Sun- I.
!*, together with their contents exhibition at Silver Springs Squadron Defense Bond Sales following deacrlbed land In lice I III Ida, 'I'1L
thronged by men who dewlre, aid of farm machinery livestock day, June 7, at 3:30: o'clock In man. Up until the time Artie Bradford County, Florida, will be eight County at %a. ,.. ".".u..

i ; In filling out their questionnaires.In and stored feedntuffs, go the second seriee of Summer took over, only one bond bad for offered the for highest cal.and at bent public*cash outcry bid. time of rniend the ,fr""flth'IDrld. ,IT,
the case of men who cannot up In smoke, says I* T Nlelaml water shows. been sold In this particular out- subject to the right of the trustees' this flotice. l'ct:!: DihHei" ,
read and write and even In other forester with the State Agricultural Dorothy Rawls. and her famous fit. In less than two weeks after of the Internal Improvement: Fundto state mand shall the h. I. \\1, 'I.".,.. '

11 cases where men have practicallyno Extension Service. In addition sister Katherine. both are slated he started his campaign he bad Courthouse reject any beginning and all at bid 10:00,0':at the. post office1 pi JJJi,.'>f_ f 'iil.?

I education this. habit I Is all to fire loss on farms, an- to demonstrate the diving and sold bonds to 75 percent of the cloi'k A. M. on the 6th., day of ant.claimant and shill' b. '''lf">(ih,
and those to whom they god other is lost firesIn earned them title July A. D. 1942. Kasrment for road a".nl "
3125000.000 by that
right swimming boys and says that he is still right of way 200 feet wide will any such ':, l altor.,
I their utmost to help. rural communities yearly. after title, as are Ruth and Mary after the remaining 23 percent. be reserved. from any parcel' filed shall be voitf d'rna.*
1 tj' But J u t becauHe somebody Much can be done to prevent Hoerger, the latter being the State through Road.which there U. an existing Ae administrator Luclna 3t. (

wants his questionnaire filled out flrex. says structural engineers of youngest person ever to win a ; Methodist Church I Lot 11 of Block 1 Ward City. Sec. A. .Jr..cutor ,of the of La.t(hap,

: T on the typewriter. or because" he the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural national title In any event. 8. Twp.of 7 8VVU a" Kgc.of 20 NKV K.s4 Ex K 430 ceased Testament of 1t0b.rl 1'. Cb II,

wants" It to "look nice, l is no Chemistry and Engineering, if In addition, Mary Ann Walts, Services at the Church next ft & Kx W S A, Sec. 25. Twp S S, '.1
reason why he should ask aomer farmers will remove tire hazards 16-year old DeLand girl who wasa HOT. 22 E. T Arrea.K -
) .J4j : Sunday will be as follows: \io of NWft ot SWtt. Sao 85 IN: duet
body dee to fill It out for him. from their farmstead Mr. Nle- member of the Indianapolis ri Church School 10 A, M. Twp 5 8. It*. 22 B. 20 Acre.. 4'Ol TY,f'r tOt RT. ..
The question are not difficult and land suggests that farmers get in team entered In the national 880- Fracl Lota of Block A, B Peek CE Vt V. 'LOIlO" I.

) can be answered by moat individual touch with their county agricul- meter relay finals In 1941. also Sermon Morning:Topic Worship: "The 11 Place o'clock.,That S.Addition R*. 22 to K.Starke, Sec.
r without assistance. tural agent or local fire wardensfor III entered. She won three first Was W'.j of Lot 62 In Woodlawn Sac Case No. Abern'lhy. lit!
&: Vacant. 30. Twp. S S. Kg. 22 K.. 5 Acre.. I
ORIJEIt
Commis
in
The Board of County information fire Florida competition OF
on In
prevention places PI'OLII'AT',
'N Youth Fellowship Meeting 7 P. Lots 1. 2, IS. 16 In Woodlawn AND l\OTH"\;
loi.ers', thinking It a patriotic and how bent to fight a fire. 1941. all the high school swim M. Sec. 1 twp.. I 6 S, llif. 22 E.. 40 STATic OF fo'l.nRln": To 'PI'!

I't duty, llaa been paying certain indlviduals An Intensive fire-prevention and meet regulations would allow her Acres. ,tl' Ahernethy ,, to', ,
f ;; J who 'bad the time a fire-fighting educational programIs to enter. .. Evening Worship 8 o'clock. Trustees PKOVKMWNT OP INTERNAL,FUND OF THE TM- Ohio" Netting m"'hH t ,
nominal fee for fining out these carried by the Sermon Subject: "A New Day STAT OF FLORIDA You are
; 1 now being on
; Finally to lend a comic touch. By A. J Thom,, July required :10, a
ttl1 Agent Trustee 5th..
and a New Man. 1942,
/J! /
out Prayer iiervice! at the Church
.\! r J' rGJ"i onday the fact was brought wardens and local voluntary farm from Orlando to present the I seeks divorce I Hradfoi
:;y 1 J i.4: 1 that since no many are getting fire-fighting companies clever and difficult comedy dives ::4 Wed. at 8 P. M. IN: .R.T ("OI.It'l', BRADFORD Telegraph In next four shall nuih.hli, H,
( help who do not need It, and Farmsteads adjacent to railroad A cordial welcome to all. COlVrt. FLOIUUAl IN tu.ox- 'Vitn.i., mv w*''ki'> i..."
him place : hind
earned a
have C''Kill.Mary
: hat 1M
'!ftc: .. :I .:. .f h1 1 since the Board swamped with tracks and highways present a alongside such stars as Stubby G. C.' Powell, Pastor. .. Whitetey Donga, Plaintiff, at 1942.flt..rke. "Florida 'ti.oIl I.,,
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; I, requests from all parts of the greater risk than those on less dent v Royal Edward Hogg. Atten UH.-FICIAI SF.AI., ,
Kreuger.The CUHD No. 2033.OltlER A
; for this free service the traveled road. and it Wear On A. Clerk of xaUl J..
1J County frequently entire show b free to the : Speaks ChinaRobt. OF PUBLICATION AND. I ur' .
/ members unanimously "voted to Is advi!abl to keep fence rows NOTICK TO API'EAIt ; --
!c';H r for public, and it will be augmentedby B. Wear STATE OF FLORIDA to: Royal NOTl'J 0.
director
services of USO 'PPur\TIOt
further
pay for no and embankments as clean of litter Edward Bogus, of 514 Front Aven '
t several obstacle races and life- 'n:.::0
,' filling out selective service quell.4f as possible. A lighted matchor .i No.1. gave an Interesting discussion ue. ColumbUM. Oeora-la f5reei, 0111 \..
III
: However assistance : saving exhibitions. on the subject of Chinaat You are required to appear on ?NOTIC tt HEIEOY: 1
( tionnaires. cigarette tossed thoughtlesslyfrom July 6th., 1942 In the above named That T. J. Alden,.,.,
{ i \ !. always available in caae of a passing automobile is a I Silver Spring, planning to remain the Rotary Club Wednesday. Court and caune, wherein plaintiff ot Tax C.rUfh-ao "Xo hold.
open, for the duratl n, Is Mr.\ Wear spent several doing : iieeka divorce. Bradford the 3rd day of ,''ulj, III
necceslty. of fires. years 1'/1
common source rural
J '{ \ t Supplies of gasoline should be five and one-half miles east of Pretty Kathleen Turner o f, YMCA work in China and his County Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish this of 2nd Tax day Certlfh..le of July. Sit.,, ., ,ls,
'q f'f. Florida Cypress Garden tents for : A B ,
ir.I" { Let Ocala on State 500 to Daytona. deep understanding of the people Witness my hand and r..ei filed same In my ittirt"made II
To in steel drums
kept preferably
Bus Routes
f from t leonperatore before enjoying a dipn at Starke. Florida, this June 4th., application for
holding not more than S3 gal- Its swlmbeach is open daily I beautiful Sliver and the country made his discussion .943 be iBKued thvrvon haid a tin i,

:I' '\ 1, The County Board of Public In- ons. These should be at least sunrise to sunset. l Ocala Fla. Spring near of especial interest in As I' (OFFICIAL Clerk of said SEAL Court) A, 8tt J. Thomas 6-26 property embrace In the the follonlni' d.
& tructlon' voted at Its meeting 73 view of the important part China Frank County of B'
'' ,,. j feet from the nearest building, T. Landrum Atty. for Pit. State of Florida, to.wlt'
: U;.{ Monday to advertise for bids on while larger capacity tanks are GUM BRANCH is playing in the world situation ttJoJ'i of Nl't. Sec tsp

j (I tl: h \\1 chool bus routes and open the safer below ground. Also, motor- By Mrs. T. N Nonnan Care::: Of CamelliasIn today. I IN: COUNTY CIHrUT, FLOKIU.COI'HT. DR IV: 'OFORO lilt*. R.or 12 less.(0)... contallllnr is .mb.ltc.d 10 Ar uoCt

AIF% l bids at its next regular meeting, zed equipment using oil or gasoline CKHV..oulne Certificate No. 2tl,
1. Mrs. W. T. Tillis and daughter Summer Months W. Chalkley, Plaintiff VII. Ni4 of NKV. of ;
-1_ Ii July la a definite fire hazard If Cemetery Working Herman H Chalkley, Defendant. Twp. 8 S. R. &&o B eonVl
-r'& _ _ _ _ stored In buildings In which hayor Beatrice and son Harold, of ?ane No. 2028.OKDKU acre, more or le.. i I. ,Junder
,1 ''Lti r relatives Camellia growers will do well OF PUBLICATION AND mild cprtlfkntt So.
Plant City are visiting t
straw is also stored. There
will be ,
a work. The ,
to- fertilize their plants betweennow cemetery NOTICE TO APPEAR aHHeHHmvnt f the mi,j
OFFICE Mr. Nlelaod lists other tips for here this week. and ing at the Pine Grove cemeteryon STATE OF FLORIDA to: Herman jrty under the said renifkil
avoiding costly farm fires: Mr. and Mis. E. S. Sapp and late July. according to H. Chalkley whose residence Is 243 i 'Hued waa Friday. June 12. Everybody Mrs E. B
R. J. Wllmot. State Experiment Yorktown. Virginia Dee. and (ih> i
1. Never store that la likelyto son. Rudolph, spent Sunday with Is ment of Bald
hay ,
Station requested to bring tools prepared You are required to appear on property ani
horticulturist.The
SUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs. J. C. of July 6th, 1942, In Certificate No_ S insult. .
heat and cause fire In a barn. Sapp Sampson to work aU day. I the above namedCourt of (i
name Samuel U
regular azalea-camellia fertilizer and cause, wherein plaintiff Bring.
2. Be careful with brush and City. I seeks divorce and custody of Child irnlem nald certlfliittiM
other fires on the farm. lest they Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Manual mixtures, sold by seed and Bradford County Telegraph shall redeemed aivording to In
fertilizer stores, are best for fertilizing : publish thin Order In next tourw..kly property de"rrlbcd Unrein' i{
and children and Mrs. Luther Gil-
spread to buildings, fences, fields CLASSIFIEDHELP Issues. old to the highest bidS" i
came1ll8J11.I.. .
or forest land. yard of Enterprise were visiting Wilmot Witness my hand and official I senl courthouse door an the fin
relatives here this week. recommends that such a mixturebe at Starke Florida, this June 2nd.. day In the mnnlh of Julj(
3. Keep interior of farm buildings 1942. which In he 8th dai of Juli,
neat and free from trash. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and applied at the rate of one big (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Tinted thin R31i.) at Jul

oily rags and other easily ignited daughters, Marie and Selma, were handful to a two-foot plant two WANTED-MALE. A man As Clerk of, Bald Court. 6-3: 4t 6-26 Clerk/OFFICIAL of ('(retail ''QUrl A,of i,I'T'

materials. visiting their son-in-law. Car'11911 handfuls to a three-foot plant. who comes highly recommended .V" .R"t..T' 'OI'RT, BRADFORD County. Florida. 1.1 ,uIV
4. Examine the farmhouse anj I Chastain 0 f Hampton Sunday. and In like proportion to larger and la qualified to managea rOl'MTY' FLOIIIDtl tH.1V-
plants. If these mixtures cannotbe grocery feed and fertilizer CKRY.Itephen. C.RC"I.'T 4 01 HT. SRI,,
visited Mrs. Chastain
other farm building annually They also J
I + Thompson, Jr. Plaln- COI-\T", FLoniuti n tj
and repair faulty chimneys, fireplaces who is in the Gainesville hospital. obtained because of war shortages buslne s. Must be sober and tiff. vs Loretta Porter Thompson, CRRV.

L and heating equipment. I' Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and cottonseed meal, castor honest. Steady work good 'pay Defendant.ORDEH: OF Cane PUBLICATION No.. 2005. AND. Georgette ward White White, Defendant.Plaintiff Cu n
Convenience Other valuable suggestions for : children of Jacksonville spent pomace or milorganlte, applied and promotion to right man. NOTICE TO APPEAR 2039
: ; For Your protecting farm buildings from the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. liberally, are effective, he says. See Carl Johns at City Hall. It Porter STATE OF FLORIDA to: Loretta ORDER OF PI-RLlCATlOt
Thompson whose residence
He also makes NOTICE TO APPEAR,
fake Ifradford County Ire are given In Farmers Bul- F. N. Norman. these suggestions FOR RENT Is Unknown. STATE OF FLORIDA lo F
to camellia growers: -Large 6-room house, You are required to appear on White whose renldenct 111:1!(
letins "Fire for
1S43 Safeguards furnished. Hot and cold water.C. July 6th.. 1942, In the above named lion Avenue, Bronx New T.
,v tk$ Telegraph is Ever In- the Farm." and 1590 "Fire .Proectlve -'Knight Sells Acreage If a plant gets a yellowish- R. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to IP
; Construction on the green cast an application of Whitehead Lawtey. It seeks divorce Bradford County July 6th, 1942 In the abmiCourt

f $'i i creasing Its Stock of Farm' These are available free Last week Colonel D. B. Knight ordinary flower of sulphur tOR SALE-.43-cup electric drip- Telegraph In .next' hall publish 1 Issues.this Order neck and dl.orre.cause, Bradford wher.n,1, a

I Here from the U. S. Department of sold 10 acres of land two miles should be made. ThtS condition olater; 4 dozen salt and pepper ey"'e hand and official; Telegraph shall publish Ihl
r. Office Supplies. seal at Starke. Florida this May In next four weekly Imm
;$ t Agriculture, Washington, D C. out on Road 28 toward Keystone usually Is a sign of excels alkalinity shakers' ,combined. Cheap for 19th.. 1 942.OFFICIAL. I Witness my hand anneal <

4 i I Are Some of The Many Heights, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. of the IOU; cash. W. C. Burch 400 West As( Clerk.of SEAL said )Court.'A.: 6-5 J: Thomas 4t 6-26., .. at 1942.OFC'TC'IAL Starke. Florida, tbinSrd

., iJ Items Now Carried:' Christian ChurchServices Stanley. He also'sold seven acres Dead or diseased wood shouldbe Madison. Itp T. Frank' Landrum. Starke, Florida ''I ( SEAL) A A''1Aa
to W. A. Tyler and two acres to pruned off flush to the live Atty. for Pit. Clerk of said Court l-i<

will be held at the Mr. Lee, adjoining I' a c bother wood so there will be LOOKING FOR HOUSE TO ,
no stubs. !"> tllllll Illllllllll< UllllitilNthlUtllil' 'IIIHfclHIl",,1"!II,Ml,hllHIimWIUIIIIIillllillllltlllllllltl< <' ,III flhuLuuUuulIuHluIuluuUuthIuluuIll.u, ,, "''' .i,(u''''' "
I Machine Paper Christian Church in Starke at 11 about 2 1-2 miles north of Starkeon When examination reveals the RENT within City limits-fur- I
Adding
A. M. Sunday. Road 13. under-sldes o f leaves covered nlshed or unfurnished. Notify WOMEN WANTEDLEARN

: I Carbon' Paper with a white powdery substance Bradford Photo Shop J. E.

it's a sign they have been attacked Zevln phone' 184. Itp TOnE A CIGAR-MACHINE OPERATOR!
Manila Clasp Envelopes
4 .. by scale Spraying: with FOR SALE-One lO-col. electric EARN WHILE LEARNING

1 1:1: c. Pay Envelopes JUNE 21ST IS with an oil similar emulsion monthly.and following applicationswill up adding machine; one 12-ln. White women and girl 16 to SO Jean old. You wn ft>*l!

; File Folders Gem Clips control these pests. Greyish Super Underwood typewriter.Both and quickly learn thin good paying trade-ami ra' I

powdery practically: new. Write least 22 l-2o hour while learning! After ellCht( w rii
Ruled Index' : Cards covering on the upper- Box 431-Z If Interested. per
FATHER'S DAYWe sides of leaves is a sign of red Itp training you go on piecework with Kuarantewl aiD lm

Ink (Pints & Quarts) spider attack, the control for FOR SALE-Upright piano i Tn of $12 per, week. Experienced operators make from 1

iQr; Clothes Marking Outfits which Is sulphur dust. Aphids good condition. Mrs. H. V. to,930 per week.
on young tender shoots can be Knight N. Walnut St. Starke.
j Ruled Legal Note Pads Are Now Showing A Large Assortment controlled with a nicotine sulphate See Employment Manager-East 17th Street tnl

t4i Manuscript Covers Of Cards For This Occasion spray. FOR SALE-Sweet potato draws, Railroad Apply Gate
Camellias need plenty of water $1.25 per thousand at the bed.

I' Mimeograph Stencils during the period of new growth. Any amount available.-B. T ..- _1--- ..,

Mimeograph Paper LET US SHOW YOU MANY ITEMS If a good around mulch the Is plants being, a maintained good Thomas, Route 2, Brooker': Itp JNO. H. SWISHER & SON, Inc.

FOR RENT: -Small houde ft miles
k4 i* Mimeograph Ink FOR FATHER'S DAY GIFTS soaking once weekly will suffice. out on State Farm Road. $6 Manufacturers of King: Edwal'd.-\\'orld' Largext SOiling W

te Onion Skin Paper montb.-J. C. .Jones, Route 2, I Jacksonville, FloridaNOTICE
Revised FormulaFor Box 74. Starke. Itp
tjtI Pencils "" ""'''''''''.''''" '' '''," '''''''''''''"''"''''''''_'''"'' ''_ ''''"",' "",,"""' ''' ''''''I
Pencil Sharpeners Sugar Syrup WANTED Position as stenographer ."....""'"'_'"...' ". "'"'.._... ...."....."".... .awmmmiwwiH. '. ...,mimmmiHMM. <..**" ,-
or bookkeeper, general
Duplicate Receipt Books New Shipment Of Whitmans Sampler Families In many sections of office work.-Mrs. C. A. Whit-
Florida and In
Rubber Bands other states are lock. General Delivery Starke.

3ik Salespads Scotch Tape Will Be Here For The Week-End mula trying given the Invert by the sugar Florida syrup Agricultural for. Up to

Experiment Station a HELP WANTED, Female-Experienced -
Stapling Machines 1 Lb. $1.50 2 Lbs. $3.00 short time ago. maid .or housekeeper, SUBSCRIBERSBecause

.t r Rubber StampsStenographer To simplify the process of white or colored. No children,

Note Pads S making the syrup, which Is abouta good pay, steady work. Apply of the many changes now being made in .
I third sweeter than the Shafkln's 201
sugar East Call advanc
ii Typewriter Ribbons Experiment Station workers have Street.It magazine publishing field and the rapidly *
we
amended the original formula they subscription prices of many publications
; Shipping Tags Bathing Trunks For Men gave out and they recommend the FOR RENT-Three 2-room fur. longer be able to handle magazine subSCflPti01subscribers. "

I Metal Rim Tags amended one for best results. nlshed apartments. Mrs. Cordon .
Bathing Caps For Ladies
Here it is tSi
: Wadsworth. to
Hampton. Itp With the return of normal times we hope
f } ,, O. K. Paper Fasteners Mix two cups of sugar with past *
this the
FOR SALE service which we have extended for
Sun Glasses For All The Family two-thirds of a cup of water add -1937 Chevrolet for
Asco Fasteners I
3 Paper one fourth of a teaspoon of tar- $85 cash. Must take up this end! years. .

Card File Indexes tarlc acid, cover and boll gently I bargain by Friday If at all. H. ,
,
for 30 minutes. Then add Just I A. Carlton, Telegraph. It
Card Index Trays EXTRAORDINARY VALUE! TELEGRAPH
: enough water to make the syrup BRADFORD COUNTY
; mixture amount to 1 3-4 FOR SALE Trailer, modernly
; Everhandy Paper Clips cups.
Large Jar For example if, the ] equipped. See H. A. Snyder Starke, Florida ,
process results ..,..
Clip Board Arch Boards In only 1 1-2 cupa of syrup Starke Dry Cleaners & Laun ""","",",-,"_ '''''"' ''''''' ,",''''''''''.''''"" _","", '''''" .. 'niniimiiiffliiiiiimiii'' ''''''''' '' -'-'
Harriet Hubbard Ayer then add one-fourth of dry. It
i Expanding Paper Files water. :, a cup of "''""'''''''_"... ''. .......'''''" '..'' ''..,..'''.' ''''. ..'' ..IIIII..WIIIUIU'11I'11I"-. '' ''
LOST Red butt-headed
Metal Files Two-thirds of a cup of the Invert Marked cow.
) crop split one ear,
r; India Ink Wire Trays / sugar syrup are eoual in straight split in other ear. EMORY PRICE THANKS VOTERS
sweetening to full
power one c"p White
bushy tall. $5 reward.I. .
J Marvel Punches 'uxttrtctCleansing of -
sugar -,: .. V. Waters Brooker. 5-29 4tp

4r"{ Scratch Pad HoldersInk lam deeply appreciative of the fine \'Dte
American Legion Meet IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL
Eraser Stick Files Cream jnllk cows, stock cows, beef my many friends of Bradford County

i Ring Binders The regular meet i'ng of the cattle, stock bulls or hogs get gave me in the May 26th Primary al
Jones-Langford-Whlte Post of the In touch with 3. D.
: Odom.
Jr., 'our
$2.25 size $1.00 which ad )
only time I nominated
American was
Legion will be held in Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake It

TillS OFFER FOR LIMITED the '"hut" next Tuesday night, City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Congressman of the Sec..nd District.
TIME ONLY June 9, at 8 co'clock.Lertonnalrell Auction market in such
every Thurs is
? my sincere desire to serve you
Don't let anybody day on all classes of live stockat
confidence
BRADFORDCOUNTY have to explain.-to you bow Important Lake City at 2:30: P. M. a way that you will never regret the

i it is that every memberb 5-8-43 you have placed In me.
KOCH DRUG STORE at the meeting every 2nd and

J 1 TELEGRAPH .. 4th Tuesday These are perUom FOR SALE-Fryers', one and a
times!-H. A. Carlton Adjutadt. half pounds up. Day-old chicks Gratefully,

; Phone 29 STARKE, FLORIDA MANUSCRIPT COV1tRS-1 New Hampshire reds, hatched

weekly. E. E. Wasdin three EMORY : PRICE.sei.55sss.4Osessaesoeo.I50wOsn.sr
_ _ \ _F" per 100 BRADFORD COUN'fVT'oRAplLr miles north of Waldo on State I: H
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r road 13. 6-1 3tp I' -::...:__:..







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