Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01137
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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'_ The 110me of The Sweetest Strawberries ThisBRADFORD Side of heaven .j

SLYfY Ttt' ) HTAUKE, FLOWDA. fRlo.n', "{'NE XI, 19.0' NUMBER" :: TIURTY-FOUIL ':.

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lense Plans ,First Troops Occupy Camp Blanding r Volume DeclinesAt Longest Day Postoffice Work .j : :

Feel any different today

Market It* the first' day of sxunnier

orsed !, ,.* '.',.. ; .Mid tae longest. the )'eIU' May BeginNext ; j ,

'Although the .-peck' luu .

o Rotarians Prices Stay Up brought outliner some did not wilting officially weather begin ., \Week f: J f J.

until 8:37: o'clock this
II ,,
'Plat morning (Friday). ''I
American LegionAlso form.Overlaxed Local Labor To Be '1'f
At that moment
/ Adopts A To Handle Bumper the !Min reached the fartlxw- i Employed Where. ;1! ''t'

Similar Resolution I Uradford Crops moot northern point In Its annual | Possible Pound Says :, ,,'

Club Wednesday ; -I Receipts at the Stale Farmers For travel hut reason It U the Actual construction, work on 'J
Rotary I
? adopted a resoluLdorsin -1 Market here were on the down I longest day In the year for '. the new poatofflca building for I

ously Claude grade this week as Bradford (people In the northern hemleIAsere. .- 'Starke might begin next week,

Senator County'truck crops passed their ( Iii thn southern hemisphere ,according to a communication received -

Lft staad in support of peak of production. Returns however. condition are ,' this week from Murphey

[dent Roosevelt's( ( national de- \ from all shipments were estimated re\er.
I programand* further reIM ., r at $12.223, as comparedwith the shortest day and the br>. easeful bidder. t
$20,590 for the previous uf Mr. Pound '
Congressional -'" Ilnnln winter was awarded the !
that I
requested to up- | week. government contract on June 11, I t
Ujon: be defense Drilling In the hot summer sun are 89 young quartermaster reserve offlcersirflrst troops to i Fonthook Lima beans dis 'I but a certain amount of "red :

.:3 future proposed selective occupy Camp Blanding Florida's new National Guard training ground now In process of develop placed green corn as the chief JacksonMurdered tape" must be gone through I t

ifl-f:;: the ment on Kingsley Lake just east of Starke, The men came from Georgia, Alabama' North and money-maker with 3.230 hampers I Trog' with before construction can be : f

t Kt. second time In re- I I South Carolina, Tennessee. (graded on the platform since gin. His bid: wax. $43.827.00. ,
was the Thursday of last
week. Prices
According to terms of the con- ,
has ,,
weeks that such opinion have been exceptionally good tract,. Mr. Pound will be allowed i t 1

expressed: by a local organ ( with some bean selling as high 240 calendar day from the date ,';: 1 i

on. I art $2.10, and the average goingat 12 (lunge Shotgun of the "notice to proceed' la 'I }
Post rI
.8 Jones-Langford-White 11.93. The wek's Lima receipts which to complete the contract ; t
Legion adopted a reso- were 6175. j Used fly YouthTo He
dean expects to finish the job I..'
,a calling: on all American, Corn shipments' were cut to Kill N'grotan! around' January 1st. \\ .'
.I, Including labor organ ,I li.-s than half of the previous { The site of the building the 1 ('.
-to: support .our Presl- ] week, with Last Saturday night "Frog"fackam .
llOU,, ut an estimated 30,000 former Fiasco and Alvarez property ;,,
t In preparing our country I dozen passing over the platform. I, well-known negro wus at the southeast corner' of 1" t

to lend their aid In every Average price for the week Will murdered In IJrno about thirty 'I Walnut and Jefferson Streets i

possible!! to assist In the'man- I 13c u 'dozen with corn currently I feet from Joe Will lama' buck has been cleared for several I'Jj' 9

:uring )t suitable armaments bringing from lOc to 12c. Receipts I Idnor. Inquest was held Weilnoslitay weeks the J'rnzce: home having :''j i '
In County Judge K. K. IVrryman's -
the personnel ,
Increasing for the .week were $3,000.: i been moved to a lot near the i

usury man these arma- The tomato market took a office: when witnesses Baptist Church. ', t
testified James Lee
against Green
iis in a most efficient. man- tumble from 85c: to COc
a lug, 20-year-old( aliened murderer Thu new poHtofflce will be of t '
o ,
I but. the crop la still being graded Is'' one story, Colonial design. lo x. '
Inn Lesiw s resolution also lund I shipped. Around 1,000 lugs I II According; : ,to testimony, this !tenor walls. will be faced with i I I I

,,11 thai, our nation im- I land standard hampers were sold the way it happened : Lute Saturday brick and stucco trimmed with :

'liately begin an Intensive reulr.g \ Photographed from lop of Bland Ing's towering water tank, {during the week bringing gfow- \ afternoon, a truck-load ofnegro'boys.
program for all branches this scene shows tents which the officers occupied during the j era an estimated $500. i : who had just finisheda five service windows and I t'

the Army Navy, and Air Ser { On Outing 1 two week's training period. In the dlxtanclabeloved Kingsley Pens, previously bringing a blue-boll", game, were, riding'' more than '470 lock boxes.
Boy With them i
buck Renu. was
i, end, that Intensive military Lake, whose far side U mecca for thousands of pleasure-seek I fancy price as high an $1.33 per I "Chubby" James Green and he In his loiter to the Telegraph d'
be Immediately given our hamper were averaging only 60c "
j ers every summerAbove For fear they Mr. Pound stated: "It Is our :
tU In the CCC Camps; that i iI with 1.500 hamper shipped during was acting ugly I
'nB.n air training1, be fur- Dies At Lake ,. the week for an estimated'' would all be jailed, for this oneboy's ") policy no far as available, to :' I I
work local mono However on ,
r'r commotion, they put him :
t all Interested youths free \ 1, ,. lP 1' Fla,. return of $900.Butterbeans I I 1 off the truck before they got Into I I II certain types of skilled work. w. ,: +

charge In every ,community "Drowning" Relieved N were still bringing usually take our lead men fromthose !
One boy though thoughtthey'd
esperienced Army Air pilots;; I I To Have Been Heart \ t e /e a9 from $1.23 to $1.50, with 50O town. better let him stay on, I I regularly working with us." : j r t

i our national defense policyad a a hampers shipped during the week I I because James "had been drinkIng j C. J. Miller superintendent of I
be towards the air service Attack Instead for a gross of $623. I ,
I 1 Z and It would be the project! was scheduled to arrive
.h" some
and other motorized 't Fancy okra la bringing $2.80 ,[
corps : ; I for him the hlghj here yesterday.
II in the Army and towards l Fred Keller. 22-year-old Jack- t J 1 I to $2,7i:: but the amount shippedIs I[r dangerous- on I
1 So he with Green
-"Mghter .craft"Isrry 'sonvilte'yodth?"met"death Sunday negligible--..*0 ,crates for the ,j wsy ? ; I"
In an attempt get him back on
I week ,',
afternoon at Kingsley Lake It : the truck, but he couldn't. I I More Profits
I) Bradford's bumper, crops this I II
was at first generally believed A little later, just an It walt I
year are taxing the capacity of I.
ar Relief Total that the youth drowned, but later 3.j I the market. anJ\"Munaner J. L. : good twilight Green, angered, :
rushed up the front steps of his 1 From \WoodlandsTimber
ears $200 Mark I Indications were that death came %1 Gentry reports that one buyer

as the result of a heart attack I was forced to operate" from Law- home surprised his renting uncle.

Bradford County's Red Crossr ley because he could not find Wiley Green, by grabbing a I II I Owners" Will
[ when a boat in which he was
tr twelve 2-lnch barrel shotgun -
relief! fund swelled to 160. room on the platform here. I gauge
riding capsized a hundred or two r 1 and leaving through the t He Shown Improved
this wek but was still far I Besides shipments headed for ; : I
rIot the $600 quota which has 1 yards from shore off Kingsley northern markets large trucks back door. Then, according to I, Method Monday
Beach. He had been enjoying a I '
II set for this community by .: arriving from Miami to carry Wiley Green, lie chased James
ailonal Headquarters. I I day's outing with a Sunday produce to the South Florida for approximately 43: minutes !I I Landowners of Bradford County ,

New contributors are:' Dr. M.. School picnic from Jacksonville, I are i metropolis.L. I Just about! tho time ho had lire showing an unusual amount
that Keller, | of Interest! In the farm forestry
Eye-witnesses say V
I of catching him
given up hope
Herlong $5. C. H. Priest $1, !
fair swimmer never clime to ranking officers I demonstration meeting which wU'be
Krojf and his wife, Neeva, were
N'ofgel $1, Carl Knight $1 C. Smith Rites '
the surface after hitting the who largely j held on the farm of A. J
L. : returning from tow n. When"Chubby's"
Erownlee $5, A. .!.' Thomas i !
Quigley & Davis $5 Joe E.. water. This fact together with gelded l l activities / Held Friday uncle told Frog what Thomas, two miles cant of Stark.on _
the small amount of water found 1.d the Green Cove Springs road '
ton $2.50: H C. Wall $5, during training J .e had happened, Frog, knowing

.I. V V Andrews $1 D. P. Car- i was from some cause other than i o'clock In the Graham Baptist could coax: him to Iny aside the Tho Florida Forest and Par "
drowning. |'I ended last! Fri Church funeral services were held I Service, the Extension Service,
nlu ; shot-gun.
Si, I H Blasingame 50c, ,
and inhalator equip- day Major Rufus e tor the Rev. L. C. Smith, who and the U, S. Forest Service cooperate I
B. Pulmotor
Mundy $1. Freeman Regisr I' _ft-. Up by Sapp's store Frog Haw
Boylan, Atlanta 1 died of heart attackat to bring specialists In
r I, J. M. Alvarez $1. W. H.torn ,. ment were rushed to the scene I v1+ suddenly a James and tried to reason with j
from Jacksonville, but Keller I quarterI his home, Thursday June 13. said many branches of forestry to
II. him, but James only :
d Mrs. I. POShepherde$5.1Brad. I failed to respond to rescue efforts I I master procurement 4 He was 73 years of age "Don't crowd me don't crowd ( demonstrate good practices and,
He [ planning Born In Alachua County near I J answer questions relative to individual -
l continued for hours. "
County Telegraph $3 Mr. that me. Then Frog In disgust answered
d I recovered from the bottom 'I officer who was Waldo, for the past 20 years Mr. problems.
Mrs. F F Flume and Miss was : "Well, all right. Good by.
I in command of resident of I Subjects to receive special attention
Smith had a
fro lake and towed to tell
Flume 115. Mr and Mrs. of | good luck. If I can't you
the camp. Is at Bradford. 30 he had Include gum farming
Ugtow: I' by Buck McMillan Starke Boy For year -but I just wanta help]
15. Mr. and Mrs. L. r anything
extremeleft All I 'pulpwood cutting, and fire protection -
been and farmer
j a
a '
Powell $e Scout. I then, and get Into ,
L. C. Powell $1, I you. Go on I for selective
men expreSsedthemselves I In 1913 he married to MissFannie Marking
III Etta Tison $1, L. A, Canova Kingsley Lake, considering the with the layout of Blanding, slating was trouble."
i I being well-pleased
as Newburn of Adel Ga., :cuttingof poles, piling, tawlog/:
who enjoy :
vast number of people has a ': it should develop Into one of the most beautiful and well- and besides his widow Mr, Smith A little letter Frog taW James :and other high value products

1 National Red Cross Headquart- Its waters every season As 'adapted training grounds in the country. Minor complaint wan the to survived by six children: Mrs. again back of Joe Williams' t will be demonstrated, as well as
this week l issued the following remarkable record for safety. In the house; once again, he tried: "I'm
large city :
Incident scarcity of unattached female', there being no Ruth Frazier Graham; Mrs. Onle planting and pruning.
: "We are asking the coun- far as Is known, Sunday's I I not gonna hurt you; I just wants ,
Mae Graves Mrs. Kr: Landowners or ectlve
Daytona; pro. p
of Blanding.
for 20 the third fatality to occur -, vicinity "
million dollars to an- was the effects of Winter Garden Miss tell you something! And, once 'landowner, as well as all citizen
of officers studying Rogers, ; I
settlers shows a
first group
the there since the Bottom picture
heart-rending cries for again, the stubborn boy warned: trio:
'' Graham WJIIanlI Interested In more profitable
Alta Smith
the two weeks was ;
In'Florida's of
f jewel smoke bomb. Chief maneuver
coming from discovered the crowning "candle or I don'twanta
n Frog
Europe "Don't come on me ; ,
every Smith of the forest resources of our
I under simulated Smith, Orlando; and L. C. ,
y. Have lake ridge section. In which the men traveled 1 I "
problem kill Four times he
you given your share? I motor convoy you. county are urged to be preoent.
Jr.. Graham. I
I II needed today-not next week Around the turn of the century, wartime conditions from Camp Blanding to Jacksonville, then to I Mr. Smith was well-known In repeated the sentence. At the

next payday, but NOW. Dr. J. L. Gasklns. well-known I Daytona Beach and Juniper Springs, where the outfit was blvouacedfor I'l i Bradford County and was one of I end of the fifth threat, the shotgun New MinisterAt
gel' does not also died of a short-lived for about went off at clone tore
wait. Diseaseswiftly. resident of Starke I the night. However the night's rest was i Its truly good citizens, who work range

ea Bombs bring heart attack when a boat capsized I 10 o'clock It was announced that "the enemy" was moving Into a 'toward betterment of town and I! through Frog's ribs near his Methodist Church

."rrtble,4If wounds. Time la essen- In the waters. I threatening position and the men were routed out to continue their county, and who always have In 1 heart, punctured his lung, blew

we are to help!" There has been only one bona I back to Blanding by way of Ocala, Gainesville and Starke.At I I mind the welfare of other). During his stomach clean In two "Oh. Morning and evening worship
Those who wish to In the 70 or 80 I course life God" he said. Five minutes j, will be conducted In the First
help the fled drowning Thursday of last week the weary officers piled out the last months of his I
Across In this merciful work that this section has 4:30: a. m. I In the afterward they had h.lmn Slarke- Methodist Church on Sunday by
he' took pew ,
before great pride
years little sleep I Ii
leave of at the camp and tried to get a formedical attention but no H. .. ,
cars Reverend
\L the .[ the new pastor the
contributions Once when '
\ at the settled. Graham school _building a project -] '
Bank b late! out on the next day's schedule. I i local doctor was available; no he A. Spencer.
lip..ppetoffice .or stated tbatthere; Payer; : officer. '"They're a that he had strongly sup-
8radrord. CSuntjr..Telegraph.fearing "- a drowning' In Klngsley the Starke opinion concerning the was ported. wan carried on to Gainesville, Mr. Spencer wan assigned to
on'' said 'where he died shortly afterward of the An.
Starke the meeting
II.: E. Lagergren. an authority fine bunch of fellows everyone I Funeral services were con at

Date Set all Bradford County lore, wrote I ducted by the Rev. John Sellers,!, Frog was burled yesterday; 39.1 he 'nual Conference at Sanford which
was a young negro, around cloned last He comes
UA A note saving: "For Funeral Today I II of Whltehouse, and burial was I I
1 Camp Site Suitthe -"private"- --- In.1Iormatlon.-Ordway. W. S. Johns Died ; In Santa Fe Cemetery under the who had worked for the local here from Arcadia

office of the American Express Frank Robinson
The Reverend
a boy. about 16 years old (first I '' Nov. 26, 1888 the son of direction of the Wilson Funeral '
died at
State of Florida is drowned In | William S. Johns 51, county i Company and was a familiar who ha served this' church for
moving forgotten) I who survives him, '1 Home of Lake City I
to i name > : W. J Johns,
tt gain title to land taKingsley the I I Kingsley Lake in 1882. I lived .' the Brantley Nursing Home In I Denmark Johns. He I|: Active pall bearer were: Berry tight to Starke people. the past two years was assigned
Km''' I and Lovey I Church In
and attended after being ) James Green will stand trialat to Trinity Methodist
section the time T. A.
Clay on the lake at Wednesday had' made his home here for the Dyal, Clarence Melton

*>M1 Guard,County where the Na- I the funeral." j seriously I III for a week. Death :I past several years following his' ( Graves.' J, P. Summers and T. the November term of Circuit)| Arcadia. meeting service will be
camp Is being cre- remarkable safety ; Besides C. Chastain. i Court.
!d. This truly was due to heart faCure and retirement as a policeman. ,[I 'held next Wednesday evening by

lreuit record Is possible because thereIs other complications. hU father he Is survivedby I I Sales the and a full program of

bas Court Judge A. D. Mc- I no treachery In Kingsley'a Funeral services will\ be held his wife, Havana Cone Johns To He Dedicated : Half-Year. Tags On : the pastor church will be carried out
b Set June 26 as the date The bottom 1..1. L. J, Johns of Jacksonville I I
waters. 3:30 children. '
at : two .
the ,friendly afternoon (Friday) automobile It.cense during the year. ,
hearing this school building al half-year I
of the condemna- '' clear, free from snags, and Dorothy Johns of The new I
'crystal .
Church M
Christian (U extended
tuft In o'clock from the next '' tags! went on sale In the I A cordial Invitation
the Clay County Clr. stumps. and logs There are no with Rev. Elbert Bowers and Rev. Starke and by four slsten: Mrs. Graham will be dedicated beginning at I I I' Tax Collector's office In the I to everyone to attend the services ( v
toCourt Green the June 27.
land on which Cove Springs. holes or "sinks" and Ideal play- M.\ Smedley officiating. Inter- Mallory Thomas and Mrs. Fron- 10 o'clock in the morning. The Courthouse Tuesday C. A. Knight !i of worship that are held at
Is an '
haae r agreement could be no reached pur- ground shallow ,for water children. The depth ment will be In Immediately Sapp Cemetery following -I nle Clemens of Starke, Mr*. H.'I dedication will be In the form of I county tax collector, announcedthis the First Methodist Church.'f
Parties from the near Raiford O. River of AuburndaU. and an all day picnic and the public week. I 1
Thee concerned.
Increases gradually the funeral services. Pallbearers I )I I lie and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent 9
; re *a> no with no sudden drops. J. W. Lewis of Brooker. Is! Invited to come and bring a
01\ announcement as bore line will be brothers-in-law of Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Rholie Ward of Thursday In Fsmandlna with Mr.

9 mUch of the approxtu4ti Only three deaths from among the deceased and members of the The deceased was a memberof I basket. !I Powder Springs. Ca.. and Mrs. I Davis' mother Mrs Mary A.
.000 acres of land In- the three million (estimated) people Jacksonville police force of which the Christian Church and the I :;; B. Park left T. O. Andrew of Atlanta were ,, Davis They were accompanied ?
In 1 and Mrs
Its Dr.
the military'' reserva- who must have enjoyed i retired memberat of Mr. las I fur as Jacksonville by Mr*. t r
a Jones Tuesday
Johns was The DeWitt C. overnight guests
three- Mr W. O. W. Wednesday for a ten-day vacation
:IOQeOl1cemed 8UII. In the condemn- waters during century.the past Is an envi- ,the time of his death, will Funeral Home had charge of the I trip to Atlanta Washington I I'I'I and Mrs. C F. Ward and Mr. I Attie I LaMar house guest of Mrs. f fl
of a IJ.I Mltcben..r .
ra1 quarters re- be honorary pallbearers. I Philadelphia and New York. and Mrs. John Uglow. I 4 J
local summer
r1 4e Property owner able record for any Mr Johns was born In this arrangements. V H.

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FLORIDA I -HIGHLIGHTS' l !! )' fl" # 1il P'I4 Finds ArmadilloOn Helen Street By Mr*. II. II. IvtU uf .!lIar he ,!Matter. Jane of Hover the a deceased.TO .:..... W? *| Of -S.4..r *-''i.vsb' .i,

.. Lake WHOM IT MAY fOrCCEIW NW't! ofw 9
Rev. Q. r.. McG uley of Brookerand This In to notify all creditors tainiug' '
-. '
-..:. :::=::=: .....,...... FiORIDQ3 'SiRND roar r" :.=:. Harold Cooper 0 f Deltind. Rv Plato Calson of Lake and of Mary clalmnnt( Jane* Dover turalimt to the file estate your f ":S of NKii OaV'1".ilSllr>.11"l"',"II|!

,..,--p... .......,..'......":_,h'oII'-Jf':;:. .::.:...:"." ...:..."..:...:.._::.,_.,=._:..:I_::"..;.::.:=.::.:_.:.:_..::.,' "W s7qArLQ/c: :: : .oC.qr/o'v'' ..--- found an armadillo on the main City were visiting. Rev. N .T claim month* 0 from I' claim firm publication within eight of NWV.\JJteir'i VI Of,., "f!lWei*,.,few O' *,,,,
: : It Monday.Mr
t ,,: of Helen. picked King this notice I with Hon. 13. K. Ferryman M"NlolI
.. .:-:-.:, :;:::::-," :::.::r: =I''II.: 'oer rArIoE ,'9Y US7 .... street % or Mtc' I't;
.wi'. _- -UI'2'1...........,." "" _, and sent it to the Sanford and Mr*. Leon Conner and County Judge, duly sworn }:\f. or N If tit I
w.N.f'4. up to a.. provided by law. or your of 411d M
BEGUN /N /&<16, EMA/NEP animal crossing and Mr. and Mrs barred by the 8e'ptlon'"i 14, .
:; ;: '::';:" :: : BOO. Noticing the son. Lucian claim will be statute (If way, teept, ",
.'k *. '*.AWIW,-*M *r4W A Vf/0A/ SrXOMS//020 TN2QU6NeJvr street Cooper at first were" dinner guestsof of limitations.Thl due "' -"t" ,
.y.. .- *- .::;.: : : ._.U-*. smres.I the \V. O. Conner Stat day of May A. D. umbia 'b'
1.-----'i:':! ;: == THE gUI92 8.erU/.tfN 7714' thought It was an Opossum and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of 1940.

p20PfeIy,-oer/F/6D /r C04'I.O .. that It Sunday. ..hip VSl'v
gave chase. Realizing Gum Branch Martha Kendrlck.: Administratrix. '
=:;. }: 11
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"'_' ......-....--- ...,............ .. He TH4 GIH Al.TIAi OFMtIR/CA., .ja. was an armadillo he picked It Mr... E. J. Lewis returned ft-Ul 41 -2l1OTK'H "
.. ...... ... ..... .............-....-........ .' Several armadillos 8 Sr&Kifc5C33SS' /?
....._.... *.S '. I.fi.'i up by the tall. home Saturday after' spending a TO ) EFFNIet'l'l : .
aN .. .... '.j ,
-.l '
... '. ;; < have been found In Volusia son-in-law and TIIH flHffIT "0| HT OK THRKIHHTtl h
week with
::;;;;! ;-:- -7.'T..If, ?... ..-. '. ..... ._,,---.,.... -.. County during recent years. It daughter!: Mr. and Mr. Newman ..' > FUll ItlCIAI.HltAMfr'Olm' ClltlCKMYMarguerite CIRCUIT('oV T"INAMI ; r.,, ; :, ",
.. ..... :....;: Li said that some years ago some Mott of Brooker. I C. Lancaster 1'a. "n/l'I'..
.:. '.. of from a 1--001' '01"
the escaped "
species Plaintiff i iV. ,
..,.., .. .:tJ ., Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Owens and 26-P..l..nl I'hop//11 and ,0"
0;.. :: circus and have since IncreasedIn family of Ther\'ssa were visitingMr. QeoiKtsV.- Tnncnnter, 1 l-Brl1"" h Iii d'I'old' L t I',,

saddle ,
:! number.In .
..., :::::::! II. H. Lewis Sun 88.000
., and Mrs. Tilt NAMI fa] OF THE STATEOF mi, ,",
... .- the United States. the armadillo pent me '""",
.. Ft,01UtlA. IHIKI2TINU: cuiih ."1l tllllo'
Is native of Texas. It is day.Mr. TO: lI.ul'II'V.. Lancaster. whose I pattea'n. *

-"...........:.:=.7".: :. .. covered by an armor consisting and Mr. Woodrow Thomasof I residence l. unknown: I And.onal.. ud 'II .,
r.oiuired to .WIeasement t
LaCrosse spent the week-end You are hereby | appear -I to be > lI.od
of small, rounded bony plates to the Bill of Complaint filedherein1 I i JI 0"
..,.. .........,.; ossified within the skin and with Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr. against you on or before I with llrook..r the lurl1""lIlIo, ...
and Mrs E. C. Lewis. Monday the lut day of July. A. L>. I or ni'r Turp..nlh,. t'
united U form solid shields. One 1940. I : ttrker lIradf.; ,

"': :w..... '.<".,;,._..,,, ,w, shield the shoulders and Dave Woodard of Bethel pent It I Ii' further ordered that thin Florida.TOGfiTIinll l
: ; covers In the Bradford
order be publlxhed
_ I ..- fore-part of the back and the a few days this week with Mr. County Telegraph a newspaper I I lar the InIPro"with, all, II,
.." and Mrs. W. C. Conner. published In said County !.Of. LiradI: I rights. iiibIiuI.r.n""f.. t
: .. ., other the hind quarters. The .
,; '. '''''' .... ,..'-.. tOl'd, once eacn ween. lur 1'0Ul' .*. aid apPUrt
: 1I.......- 1'- F. ". head, tall and limbs are similarly Misses Irene Lewis Dot Crosbyand .on..cullve week I same or an) >f PlvlI'I'th"m,
rI!"'.., ... y WITNKS8, my hand and official I II PP..lnlllg .. j In
..... protected. The armadillo Is an Doris Strickland were dinner
this 30th day of May A. I>. I all the ett, ''
/ ---,_..._ ... .' "- inoffensive creature of nocturnal guests of Miss Elma Conner Sun seat. terest. "Iu 1111, d.rn.nd"hcht., I
OKKICIAl. I'' P"H""t. .,
: I ". tendencies and Is generally about Clerk Circuit Court. 6-at.. 6-21 I Hrool't'r Turlicutine' tip d

three feet In length. It feeds day.Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Procter and I In. And to the 'ama Co,
i .. UNERRING StArk., Flu. May 81ft.. 1440Tteport I ian th"I'.of IInd
on ants and other insects. children of Lake Butler spent of the Clerk of the Circuit I all land. ".IlI.. alo

I INT/NCr"l I In Central and South America., Thursday of last week with Mrs. Court In and for Bradford I therein eaultable ,M a"d,,
County Florida on account of bate III tue ''
where they are common the flesh Procter's mother Mrs. E. J. Nor- tnxi-s auMPKHed for the year 1939.C. I and Htat" of 'IIIrld"''''"Iy 01

THE YOUNG is esteemed a delicacy by the A. Knight Tax Collector, To at the tune ",t the "hi,
I1rad ford County, 1940. the mOI'Igug. fX
man.Mrs. 11'1\00
OOGE/lHFH" Martha Yowell of Green County ProperTo .ndan", ''n {ho h,
N Balance due $1,469.20! PlaIntiff, 'III
Tt//trt E srrwsTO FO/t. Cove Springs spent the week with My amount collected ..... f 8(17.62(\ r"lr"h"'H"d. 1Ilulr'd.iwneti 0' If

THE OCERN J'l/6H rnr State Market Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. To Balance due :._______ $ 6U.B8 Moyerti hong) [ls'adln8, I,

,#ll.7N. TNGF Managers To Meet James Norman has taken over To l1allln"Flue due A. Forfeiture$ 660. 5My and lag busineHh style ..( undei Drunker' th,.TJ I.,

amount collected _... $ SKA.11 Company and
eS'H 0' 7H'4 I9JJUtlrn the Stevenson farm with his To Kulance. due ________ I 191.84 tine Co.. In<. ly,Brnnk"

NAS A STR/KI'N6 In JacksonvilleWilliam grandmother. Mrs. J. E. Norman., (. ...u.,. il ,nd and Bridge lease or 01 bra I., "d.'.,.,
To Balance due ",.836.61B leases which hey, ,.
I' ESRLAN&t' We welcome them back to our )' amount collected .___ 11,197.03 the purpose, n, aId, ,

& F".sr&d L. Wilson Director of community.Mr. I' To Balance due _________ I ejit.48County of producing: I I in'oreoin: : ;:[.
/ State Farmers Markets announced School eneral manufacturing Oral(
_n. t this week that a meet- and Mrs. Lonnle Crawford To Balance due ",.83tt.51II ( otherwise, R nd nil Im; ,I.,
... ._.. said Atnyei
the of )' amount collected ",.197.02To I Hough,
are baby trar
proud a ]
Ing of all managers and committee parents Balance due __.______ $ 6UK.49: doing buslnejih a. Urdu
boy born June 11. T"tal iibrh.M Reitnlar pentlne (."omimii.t(
chairmen for state markets mj

I Dog Bile Proves Fatal To Negro Woman; WPA Projects I would be held in Jacksonville. I To My amount Balance collected due 11,834.84.... ",.1111.00Tu Ing Turpentine trees thcrint c>, -Ir.' aid hi .>1

I Balance due _______ f 617.84 the limo nl.I ,
June 27 HAMPTONBy th p;..,
What To Do In Case You Are Kitten Will Favor 28, 29 when reports Tot Ml lIu b.It.h..1!! Bonded the mortgage ,ill 0\'I, 1.1.

Miss Ada JVlrunio hen .. ., ,.
would be received and plans mapped To Balance due 12,880.07 placed I I..ft.(,

A death from rabies in Lake physician as he is( the only person Defense PlansThe for future activities with I Hy amount collected None th"re"n.llId n.I, ud. "
To Balance< due __ S2,8gV,07Agricultural and Kcrain' ''I L., .,
The revival services at the ------- .a
County recently -erves to focus I qualified to take the neces- special attention to what mightbe I, be taken, gnili' i ii ,r

attention on the danger of ne vary precautions to prevent the placing of WPA projects done to cooperate with the First Baptist Church. conductedby I To Balance due $ 91.83/ fioni the ti' ,[I' ,,.
__ or Included
By amount collected I 59.81 i : ,,?,,
glecting dog bites. The victim a development of rabies. of military background on a preferential federal government's preparedness the Rev. Edwin McColun of I To Balance due ______ $ :31.98 tracts or an'> p" |tIle, ,

colored womun of Mount Dora 3. If the laboratory examination basis in the first step program. Perry. are being well attended. \tlditn'" PennlonI on Any nth ,. ,I It i I,
I Balance due contracts i t> ,
$ U1.S2 \
was bitten on the hand about of the brain shows the dogto to bring the program Into line Wilson pointed out that foodIs and much interest is manifested I.By amount collected __ $ 51185 terms of vi-ii, Ul' (I

eight week ago by a dog which have rubles or if the examination for cooperation In the proposed In the meetings. They will continue I To HuUni-e due ____ ___ f 31.97 owned at II Ii., II I
even more essential than armaments i Huiid A. llrldwe liilrrext. *. MnkliiKFund : tIn of I tin It,
wua having; "fits. The dog was Ix negative and the history : national defense plan in the opinion and while the nation Is through Sunday. June 23rd. the dcft'tMlaii.. I" ,

killed the head was not examined suggests that the dog might have I of State Administrator M. L. Watterson and family I To Balance due 2121.66 after owned.. 'd -I..d
Roy mapping Its military program, it I! fly amount collected ____ f 9S4.S1 trolled by th< t. CHJhe| ,,,
the bite was not reported had rabies the person should receive Schroder. is.Imperative that we give every are visiting )Watterson's sister ;i To Balance. du.- _________ 1,127.85\ and all of th, .,

the wound was not I ttntirablc treatment without Mrs. Bessie Bryant of Fort I of tui'pentlii |II
"The present peace-time program consideration to the matter of IN Till.: 'III"I..r 'OI'IIT OF" TIIHTVH or man u"net n i -lit
treated by a physician and anti- delay. The County Health Department can be easily and quickly mobilizing our agricultural resources Myers. "' : OF Fi.oiiiut. iv: A"U transit 01 ,'J!, ; 'n...

rabic treatment wua' not given. U In position to supplythe Rev. A. B. Simmons who has FOH 8IC.\U"0IlU C O (' X T 1 nuld gum Ill| d If
expanded to handle national defense and it la his aim to see 'I.onlll f"11'I"y of d ,(&'> 'II
When a person Is bitten by a vaccine and help make arrangements needs In the way of road that Florida Is in the vanguard been for several weeks In Oklahoma -j IN: CHANCERY: and all I of th< 11/> tiiluctmerchandine *

clog for his own protection, Consolidated Naval Stores products. IncludiEig I i ,
regardless for treatment. has returned to his home rioiiade >
and base this
airport military con in. .
respect. fr"l11
of Company, a Florida corporation rx' r hi i
the circumstancesvurrounding Rabies Is primarily a disease struction as well as many other here. He reports crops of oats the nia nil tactIr.it ru<

", the bite. the followIng of dogs and of and wheat Plaintiff. stores; also til *tllK
: secondarily man. are being harvested
types of facilities points out boilers, ,
Two vs.Brooker niucliu.i i\ turret
Horses Killed
rules should be followed: The disease is caused by a filterable Schroder.The : there and the yield i Is a little I Turpentine Co.. hoop iron, dip barrel. ]

1. Don't kill the dog immediately virus (a germ too smallto By Lightning above normal. He states that he Inc.. a Florida corporation, Hmltli's and ,:<,i.prT" ,tj<|
Work Projects Administration and Moyern Hough. joined- all other Ino imp"
but confine him so that he be seen by the aid of the ml- had "rather live at Hampton." by his wife, Ethel: Hough machinery and "iiulpmmimulex '

can't get away/ and> keep him cros ope) which in contained In has built and equipped hund- Near HamptonMonday. I Defendants. hurni'HK. \allon.
under! observation for the development -I dreds .airports throughout the Misses Evelyn and Thelma :\OTICK OF M %<''I'r.n'OII.I! shanties, and' nil) '>'ihrrproperty
the saliva of the rabid Animal. '
TO ,
TIl a.: of
Manning returned to their homeat rFrNANTa HKKKIM: every kind:
of smvptoms of ,rabies. The virus la inoculated into the country. Including such big ports June 10, two insured AND WHOMSOEVER: IT MAY ever (. cent ,',,tm, :imuii>
as LaGuardia Field In New York, Wauchula this week. after a I ( I'I'z.Notee' ), n..w' ",,,:'II.d.
If the dog In killed before horses and a colt owned by B. Y. --
aymp- wound through the bite of such :
and the Chicago Municipal Airport visit with their aunt. Mrs. T. J. 'Is hereby given that the i by the defriui.intiUIJII:
tom a develop the diagnostic an animal. After having been Saxon. were struck by lightning undersigned an ttpeclal Master! appointed any part of mill laud ul

bodies, "Negrl Bodies" not Introduced and here In Florida it Is at his farm three quarters of Perry. by the final decree of thin conveyed by may Into the wound the Court
Miss Jewell Priester of Lake In the foregoing' property
have had time to develop and virus travels along the nerve building the master airport at a mile southeast of Hampton on cause on the llth day of June, TOUETflEft w ''I.. H in

failure to find them upon examination trunk to the brain and Miami as well as assisting In the the old Starke-Waldo road. Butler spent the week here with 1940. will. pursuant. to the term the defendantuuit! .., ,
spinal : development of several her sister. Mrs. Gerald Adkins.I of said decree on the let day of certain cnntr.i < '
of the brain may give a cord where \\ becomes anchored militaryair That morning a farm hand was July 1940. between the legal hour nuide by I h.. K. ri> u Ui
false base facilities. The Jimmie Kelly of Winter Haven of sale, offer for sale and sell to : of Columbia ... d ,Triu
sense security, even and produces symptoms of rabies. organ"'j plowing in a nearby field when Is visiting his grand the highest and best bidder for bearing dat'> I th. .M J.OI
zation is ,
though the dog mlRht have had, I Fortunately the incubation period a position 1 he noticed a hard rain, accom- I I parents. Mr. rabies and pand this work for full training, and Mrs. J. E. AdkllUl.'l Court House In Sturke, Bradford WaI',, Fi. *..
was Infectious at the ( the time elapsing between the panied by lightning coming ('
and air defense up. I time the bite was inflicted. If bite and the development of purposes. In anticipation of It. he topped '' property to-wltt pentine t'o.:: It 'ur
The WPA has well-organized Negroes SentencedFriday All or Section' j, the by deed of .1 X "I
the dog wai Infectious at' the symptoms of the disease) in man work and put his mule in a'iot by I of the NWli ; except NWVi date, the 6th d.r' alI ,

time of the bite and did not have is long (average 40 days. sometimes sewing rooms that can be utilizedby the barn. The horses were already -'l I K'-j: of the 14F:!%, B'4'! of SWi'. ->. 1937. and i \\.n'

symptomx symptoms or rabies I the Red Cross or to furnish before last two nl'grof's.Willie r\V"i of SKli, and the SEVt (t of Asslgninrn'' M I
as long as a inside, in their stalls. A : the
year or NK'4 of Section 4: Mubjuct, page 253'", of i '
will develop In the animal withina longer.) If the bite occurs around hundreds of workers to private few seconds after he reached ;I' Hosendove and Bill Ellington however, to that certain purchase Iliad'ford Count:;: K Id..
production to meet demand stood trial I monev mortgage dated TOUKTHKIt l I a :1 I 11 I. 'IIthe
week. If I ha dog should I any and were_ sentenced ecetnber :
develop the head shelter ,
I .neck or face the Incubation a bolt of lightning I. ---- 30. 19.16: made l>y Brooker Turpentine defendiinlK In
for that of
symptom he should bekilled type service that I to two years In the State Company Inc. t hoft following I'
period Is much shorter crashed Into the stall struck one to It. A. : : ;
: : '
might develop in private busi Prison for J Creen which said IjeJwe made I ii. \ '
aOL! the head_ sent to the | because! of the shorter- distance horse at the head and then from unarmed robery the il recorded, In Mortgage mortgage Book 12 Is, under date of ('< ... .
Dime LrfiDoracory lor examina I the virus must travel to reach I ness.There all evidence, coursed on to hit, Friday before of another negro 'I I'utre 32. of the public I records of Lease made l I.>. W. Ku< ,
are thousands of other man. The Bradford County known nsv '111I'' '
tion. In three men Florida which
killing suspected) rabl the brain. the other. When he went out to were en- I said mortgage was subsequently. date of JHIIIIIU" .1 I W';'
dogs do not shoot hit the nnl- WPA professional and non-con gaged in a skin-game. uxslgned Lease made I' r I'' f
or Unless the bite occurs around drain the 1 lot after the rain he during to c. I. Ualnes; }
mal In the head as this struction workers that can also I which the victim was forced The W!$4 of NK,', of KK4! of Sec. under date of F "'. "''i>
may the face neck or head there Is found the horses dead In the by I lion 14. containing 20 Lease made I h> H "
mutilate the brain and render It plenty of time to find out be easily trained and shifted to stalls. the other two to give them $13 or le..... acres more under d :td..f l'IiruarLease *

unfit for examination. various defense services if the according Deputy Sheriff Ben Beginning at the NW corner of l>> II I'
whether the dog has rabies and They were Insured under a Heel Ion 23; and running East. 4S5 under date of U' '01001 -
demand requires."In Rowe. .J
2. Every dog bite of yards, thence lurk
regardless to Institute treatment.In South 440 yard,
the clrcumtttanceii should be reported case of bites order to be ready to carry policy issued by the former Johns .thence_ .West 436 yards, thence. H-14 3J 8-2 >"-l iJsjniptonv 1
around the
to the out any part of the defense program and Wainwright partnership; and I First .din 'iv.airnJ't; ':' of be rhtl'k
health department face neck or head antirablc treatment Tobacco Cured ginning; at the
were said to be the
perhaps NW
that be only corner of
assigned to Section
that 25 and
; so an investigation be 1\IAL.\
may should be started
at once. the Work Administrationa insured horses In the county running Kast 490 yards thence
.. made. and if at the end of a week the ** Monday June 10 Floyd Crosby Houth. 440 yards. for a point of In 1 diI3IutOL
complete inventory of possible < \ ", \ beginning, and from thence
Every wound resulting from a dog shows no symptoms' of rabies put In the first barn of tobaccoto Kust 3NU yards, thence South run

\. dog bite should be treated by a treatment may be discontinued. project operation under the present SUNNY BROOK FARM be cured In this county for yards, thence. West 380 yards 880, fi

______u __ __ program is being contemplated By Mrs. Floyd K. Crosby the current thence Nur.h1110/ ( yards In Mec-
season. tlon 25: M
containing 108 b ) TiIu"aJjnhaieult
V states the administrator. acres, Try ty-
I IOTI.1 or
WPA Changes Pay of 24 checks as in the past.' "Such an Inventory Is developingthe Miss Arthamarae Henderson. of !\ OK" APPLICATION FOil lands conveyed less being hy O. the B. Colson same

PerioH l To Weekly "The switch from the old to types of work that can be Jasper is spending this week with (!senate' TAX Hill nt:1114U F.lt : and Hough wife by Alva,deed Coition dated ,January to Moyen II, Liquid Tablets Silt

the new system will make the Individual carried on by various projectsIn her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. NOTU'B M! IIKRKBV rilVRI; ISIS::: recorded In Deed Book 4O. Pror -

System This Month check line with national defense Floyd Crosby. That T. J. AMermmi. holder of Tall -
OrtlflfBtm .
somewhat smaller I Numh r* needs should WPA be called upon Misses Esther and Louella Rivers SSI pti. 7lh day of
but the ob d27\h"b July,
WPA pay roll In Florida will pay periods will be for any specific service." No. .d the 6th, day:
of Lake and Mrs.
shorter," it Is j of July. 1526: '/. of s.,. I A.1 I..iifl
hereafter be paid upon a biweekly pointed out by Dl- I Project work already put on Cleveland Drlggers, of Starke the 7th. day of July 1S30; No.i

Instead !. rector Dradford. "Anticipating the preferential list by order of and Mrs. J. R. and 421 iMurd the 4.h. day of July
work period of I Kelly son. 1 1927. and 2-S of No. U l United
1 the semi-monthly bants that has I the moving of the U. S. Treasury Washington Include: Army and Robert, spent Tuesday In Jack. lh* 4th. day of July. 1524 hai I
'' Ham In office and i
Navy work beIng done at Jack- my ha*
*. been uaed in the I) Department unit from Jackson- sonville. made application for tax deed
pant according I ,i Bonv lie, Tampa Key West Pen- I be Untied, Ihereon. to*
vllle to Atlanta. Kathryn Kelly spent Part of
i Georgia the first Maid lIt
to an announcement made last sacoia and Valparlso and
I(I checks issued airport I last week in Lake Butler with ernbrar* the ; It'ln'.S:: :rl, r..
week by Suite Administrator Roy under the biweekly| work at Gainesville St. Peters. r Iprnpertlen In the C..un.y of
'. ( system will be her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ford $tat.. or .
Schroder. Florida
I approximately j burg: and Miami This work has :
I !I A. L. Driggers. I HEV Nl";'* W-e. 25
l "This change In the work period three days later than usual but, been earmarked by the Navy and 7 H.1I.rn \20f":.. 2" .Acre, flra"1;

.' of project operations la in'I thereafter they will reach the I) War Departments as of first importance Mrs. Alton Dobbs and little ,I or ricate lenff No.I I. 551.embraced under

keeping with mandatory provisions -I workers exactly 14 days apart." I In national defense and daughter, Eloise, Mrs. Inez Kelly I';, IU,, of HW'or SWU H-c.

received front Washington In establishing: the new pay the Hat may be added to from and :Miss Doris Crosby spent 'I Twp. 7 t4. Hence 22 t:.. 20 ,.
I mjor or lenit IN
:J as a part of the general' revamping system WPA officials place emphasis time to time. Monday afternoon In Grandin. I (Certiriraf No. 27*.embraced 12//
the fact I N', of N'4 of S":'' Itt
h of the program to conform upon that there Rev Mr. Hall of Green Cove ( NKiof NWIHec.. I'lli
33 .
Twp. 1 .
\ with anticipated reorganization In will be no change In the rate of Free Safety Booklets Springs' spent Sunday In our\[ Itanice 22. K.. lo Acre*, more or i
pay received by projects workers. In .mtor.lnd.r %th of __
i the coming fiscal year, mild community. j Certificate I I No. 643. I >

Schroder. and that the number of hours Tax Collector C. A. Knight has Mrs. Green Moody. and Miss NKi Of NWVi He<-. 5 Twp. 81' TllR
worked represent the'a !'. Itttnire. 22 K.. 40 A.r.... nmr* ...1 I I material uw-d in Atlas Tire are
a m e on hand In his office
r As explained by O. P. Brad. amount several Melba Moody were visiting Mr. i.'i No.lemi, i. embraced under Certificate; I 4iiaru.v--.ihe method of n, ,,,,fa<;lur*

ford WPA Director of finance per months-considering hundred booklets entitled "Motor I and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Mrs. I 1 H(':4i.> are <,ual>ty-mn4 the performance

(:, the change In the pay roll does I the fact that the bi-weekly periods Vehicle Operator's :Manual pre Inez Kelly Sunday afternoon. I I Ii fI..,.. t-, an"I I I >our tar will give a satisfaction that only on

not have any effect" upon the rate cover only 23 days and not a pared and published by the Department Mr. and Mr. Floyd Crosby''I I Acre under, 2-Stlt '. quality on provide. '
full ,
of pay of project workers.-.this calendar month of 30 or 31 of Public Safety. These and children and G. M. Bennett 21. of Certificate No. Atlas U ,

days. booklets free of I The> ennment. of a M/ tire to buy- sole tire! .
are charge attended the aald to -
remains the same per hour in all to the Sing In Hamptonlast .rty under said certificate No.pron fit ue. And It Is 1$
classifications. drivers desiring one. and they Sunday. wa In the nam of Will : extremely good-looking.
Equalization BoardThe contain the driving laws of the a...e...ment of the nald ; icr
Friends of little Eloise Dobbs prop sit agreeal. '
The change to a bi-weekly period arty under said certificate No surprise get oalr price on
State of Florida. many relpful will be to know wa.. In the your size. Find
means that project" workers glad that she Is name of Hampton TI. out how Utile It take.
J County Commissioners "do's and "don'ts." Illustrations, Improving. i A Timber ('o.. the aMKeenment. or lo be (afe-and catUfied.
: will be paid regularly 14 I the .ald
every sitting as a Board of Equalizers. and other useful information. Mr. of certificate property inter paid, l
date days) Instead(regardless of twice of each calendar month will testimony hear complaints and receive Knight invites drivers to call by CARD OF THANKS i I I name of of Muck the paid No.A Duck Ml properly was the 5NeNCmint In. the- &4 ;t1i/a4. j1Poa

the under
as In the past. This concerning valuesof and get one Q* these free book. We wish to thank all who aid certificate. No. 421 wan In the
system real
and personal property as lets. name of Unknown and the .... A......
were so good to us the an e *
makes all pay periods of equal during ment of ald wr.sty ailS sees
fixed by the County Tax Aisea.sor. ,'I property und> r ald. ".... s'rs
Yk'-iu, _.. ..
2-Gthn. .. '
length-14 days. or every two sickness and after the death of' of certificate No. 211 was m w ", 1 AN.
W. Hayes on the 1940! CARD In the name of Stasdd Oil Cimp..1 '.
OF THANKS ITnknown. K, ;;
our husband and father. and I ( )
weeks-with workers In I we I'nlena mi.
putting \| I said Certificated
assessment roll beginning Mon. For the beautiful $ shall he .00. WITH' .. ..
floral offerings redeemed e .tALCi..1 IN
.120 hours for 28 days as against day July want to express sincere apprecla| according' to law the &*
1. at 10:00 o'clock a. properties' devrrlbed
130 hours for calendar and kindness shown In the tion for the lovely flowers and J' be : therein
a month. m.. and Hold to the high.M J.rw
Over the period of a year project continuing a. long as Itnecessary recent death of Rev. 1... C. Smith. I to the members of the colored'' the Courthouee door An the first at GAY'S
to hear all complaints and to those Monday In the Month SERVICE STATION
who were kind of Jujr, late! ,
so choir
workers will receive 2 6 paychecks and testimony. This action who sang so beautifully at which. I.. the !.(.. day c.f July *54). .
was and
thoughtful wt are sincerely his funeraL I IMrs. T>ated thl tth.
(S3 weeks) under the [decided day of Jun..
on by the Commissioners A. f> U41flVP'ICI"f.
grateful.Mrs. Phone L
tlW biweekly Instead A. J. Griff ( 60 STARKE, r
pay period [at their June 3 meeting. "":AI.) A.I. Thoman,
1.. C. Smith and Clerk
family. : Julian Grlffls. ,I rirctiU Court of [lr.". '
ford County, Florida. '-I 41 4.3$ : : ; HIADCWARTIRS fCt. TO* ****** f

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fl. 3850 COUNTY'' TELEGRAPH. ATA1U E. FLORIDA wa'".. ... --- PAOlO TiUtEM

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Teachers Attend !I William-ThorntonDied BROOKER spent the weekend here visiting
1 Russell
Kay relatives and friends.)
Summer SessionsEarly June 5 fly )1"L.. L. Parker Miss Mildred Campbell Lacy

What It Is? Bridge Tarty Thomas, Mrs. Lucile Thomas and ,I
Know last week was the TOO LATE William A. (Bill) Thornton 78,, Mrs. H. P. Morgan entertained children and G. W Thomas of Ir

'VnU dead-line for application for permits i died at his home In the Water Thursday afternoon with a bridge Fort Pierce are spending a few 1 f: .
Russian invasion of Finland. TO '
the to take CLASSIFY
'Pith Coulmn teachers' examina Oak section, near Heilbronn party. Mrs. Vasco Hazen led weeks with Mrs. W. L. Martin : t
viti The expected Fifth Column tions. Monday, only one person I 'f
Significance these with highest score and Mrs and other relatives
technique in this country Is had applied: Ruth Alvarez, of I Springs, Wednesday, June 5, following i
dur- i We have Hazen low. After
into use recently emerged Emory many Mi. and Mrs Larson Mlntz. oft
and rational. In the
first caDle war, when an I simple of the President the Fifth Vanderbilt; she had not yet received second primary election to determine a severe Illness. games were played the guests I Jacksonville, are spending a few i
civil '
words her
palsh announce II that would permit. i| who shall hold this or Funeral services for Mr. Thorn- were served cocoanut pie and days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee '

t general of soldier Columnists attempt to State Superintendent Colin 'that office. While normally such ton, who was a farmer and na- Iced tea The next weekly meetIng ', Galney.

four columns Madrid-and a "create' confusion of counsel, pub- English recently announced that i i i i questions might be expected toj i iI tive ton of Bradford County, will be at the home of Airs, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Raulerson .
towartl lic indecision political paralysis the first regular teachers' examinations local interest June 6, at ,
con,8iJ1tlng of spies state of I arouse they are so were held Thursday Vasco Huzen.Knjojable and MI'!!. A. F. Raulerson. of
eventually, a panic.
liJ III. enemies of and under the new Florida overshadowed by world events as Pine Grove with Rev. J. D. Williams Flaking Party Brighton, were the week-end \
other words, the
and In other purpose school laws and regulations will :: to make them of little Interment was
within the the seem con- officiating. The past summer weeks have guests of their parents, Mr. and i. ;
RepUbliC be to attain- i
1.11 a tbe atbara would prevent be held on July 5th and 6th in sequence. In Pine Grove Cemetery and pallbearers been tricky fishing periods. Mrs. H. P. Gainey.

dY. as the defenders by ment of anything resembling would national be- the county seats of nine counties: i[ Florldans In particular have were L. R. Starling. However, many people are enJoying Mrs. Lucile Baxter of Jacksonville t

J dynamlt- unity. Group Gainesville Miami Jacksonville\ I''reason' to be concerned over the 'Nathan Raulerson. L. Raulerson the afternoon or day at was visiting Mrs. I. W. '
water supplies set against group class against Tampa. Ft. Myers Tallahassee, '1 I Jeff and Edward Thorn- (
and other turn of affairs in Europe for Finley different lakes sometimes havIng Plnholster Sunday. '
sad terminals) to make the, class jealousy and hate would be' Ft. Pierce, Deland and DeFuniak this state, because of Its geo- ton good luck and sometime no Ordell Crosby, of Starke was :
designed It Is that a' I
lam more certain. I fermented. apparent Springs.The graphical location, Is In a most I The deceased Is survived by his luck at all. Saturday proved to visiting here Wednesday. !; .' '
been made to
: start has already
be city of the present law provides that precarious position In relation to widow, Mrs. Georgia Ann Thorn be a lucky day for the Kelly* Miss Lovella Parrish was visiting .,;

outbreak found that this end by alien Committee groups. And evidence only one type of teaching cer- the national defense. Closest of II ton; by four sons, Lacy Thorn- and their fishing party at Santn Misses Dorothy Und Francis 4',
the been Dies -
to I
it hoe fiftb colUJDD8 according both tificate may be obtained by ex- all states to the Panama Canal ton of Lake City, Harley Thorn Fe Lake. Many fish were caught I Sanches In Gainesville Sunday. I
it la a fact that the
bave the place. Paid amination-the special certificate. and to the Island possessions of1 I,ton. Willis Thornton and Wilbur and a swell dinner was enjoyed Recent Births I Ifr.
and Berlin governments I
all over waiting Moscow This type of certificate Is obtain Involved powers located In the Thornton all of Starke; by one on tho banks Those enjoyingthe I ) and Mrs. G. A. Gay an- t

III many cases moment to have paid Fifth Column agents able In the following fields: art, i Caribbean we may well ask what brother, Jon a s Thornton o f day were: Tho Charlie Kel- flounce the birth of a eon Joseph 't'

the proper len actively at work here. commercial subjects elementary the future holds for us. Starke; and by n sister Mrs lys, the O. C. Kelly and the Austin, on Monday, May 27th, at

unbelievable, manY tthtnese After the policy of confusion school course English, Industrial At Tampa Jacksonville, Cocoa, Mary Finley of Stark!! George Rivers, of Graham. I I the Alachua County Hospital

While the would come actual sabotage and arts languages other than English Miami Penaacola and Key West, Mr. Thornton was a memberof Mrs. Mary "Aunt Slss" Mott !. Mrs. 'Gay prior to her marriage

ft-1 loll* the terrorism. And there Is a widely mathematics, music, science, we see the feverish activity of the New Congregational of Heilbronn, Is visiting relatives I was! Miss Nettle Marie Parris.

gB vaulting amIted held fear that we may see this and social studies. I army and navy officials as they Church. here this week. i I Mr. and Mrs. Rastle Mann are

whose opportunity and before long as the armanent pro- Summer school began session rush plans for the establishment I I I Mr. Ed Gftlney and daughter, the proud parents of a fine big .

by impels them,gram swings into high gear. Finally Tuesday, June 11, at the University -I of military bases that should I II Arms and Bob Spooner, of Plant boy, born June 15th. :
ling order, once the country was thor- BETHEL City were visiting Mr. II. P. and I All the teachers of Brooker are I
Bradford been
gain to sell of Florida; from have set up long ago. I
ope of future oughly disorganized, minority I I I fly Mm.. D. U. Woodard Mr. L. R. Gnlney Sunday. at the summer school In Gaines- i
They are County about 23 went: Ophelia The hum of flying fortressesand
r lIative land. groups would attempt to take Eva \ Mr. and Mrs J .E. Clemons, I''ville. Those enjoying the session t d I
because Bryan pursuit planes drone In Miss Gladys Lee has returned
ore dangerous over the government.We of North Carolina, are visitingMr. I I lore: Mrs. Leola Roberta Mrs. \
detect. Aliens Anderson, Rosalind Williams, Florida skies as youthful pilots home after spending a week with 0
harder to ClemonV, mother Mrs. Ellis Melva Han-ell, Misses! Flora Ed- :
trait- are now embarked on a Lester Sponholtz, Lucile Kennedy their Harris : '
the through Mrs Ernest
but are put paces T
rounded up I demons, who has been very ill wards and Madeline- Crosby and :
etive-born may remain war against the Fifth Column. I Grace Walnwrlght, Edna while offshore the casual observer -I We are glad to hear that Miss for time. i Harmon Morgan. ; '' ,
late. It The Government has moved. Hart, Willie Mae Hinson, Kate the grim some I
ted until too j, may glimpse Alberta Woodard Is recovering Iva Mae Lewis, of Jacksonville,I I I The many friends of Mrs. Ellis I
UI, Norway Denmark, Hol- cautiously but It 1s moving. Registration I Shepherd, Edna Prevatt, Ruby 1 I gray shapes of prowling battle from her operation.The was the week-end guest of her demons will be glad to learn .
.. It seems to and observation of aliensIs j Mae Perkins Leola Roberts- al: 'craft assigned to patrol duty la 1 ,
id Fran*' -- i I people of Bethel attendedthe parents Mr and Mrs. E. J. that she Is Improving. Mrs. Clem- t.
likely to come soon-the proposal -I Starke Emma Hill, Lawtey
,? so !In Belgium where (Ig lof ; ; jour waters. meeting at Oak Grove Sun. Lewis. 1 on* has been 111 for several t-
- himself U cast In the that the Department of Justice --|I Ruth Alvarez, Vanderbilt; RuthJi'rAd.r. I In spite of the fact that oceans |day. Harry Sapp, of Jacksonville, weeks. \ ,
be given control of the Immigration Graham: Mae Wells I from the ; II
FIfth Columnist. temporarily separate us '
Service shows the way Heilbronn Beverly Cady, Rising; )'
Fifth Columnsg ; scene of conflict, the thoughtful j i ,
ave seen the wind Is blowing. And far Melva Han-ell Annie Laura Mor-I
,.. almost demoniac citizen no longer finds the fact
g> and success in otherthe more severe measures are en-I gan, Madeline Crosby Flora Alice very comforting par t iculailysince

world The Nazis visioned. Edwards, and Muriel Norman the fate of British, Dutch

,! the Fifth Column There U an obvious danger In .all of Brooker | and French possessions at our If I

ftloped extraordinarily,. all this-and a danger that Is ex-I The following have completedthe very doorstep remain In doubt 4tl

e to Somber an rumors of[ceedlngly hard to avoid. That I spring term: M. W. Morrow, and the possibility of the Immediate r1Lzhlv BIG
vel.olumn work have even danger is that anti-Fifth Column Principal of Hampton School; I. I establishment of naval

France-as witness work may become a hysterical B. Cody Principal at Lawtey: and air bases on these Inlands,
rom witch-hunt.: People would exploit -:i Blanche Edwards Lawtey; Emma
wholesale dismissal of I.by an unfriendly power becomesa
rnt who personal grudges by unjustly -i Hill, Lawtey; Norman Johns, possibility.
IM generals
Hiding French to Premier Rey-i denouncing others to the Heilbionn; Essie Crosby, Rising. It Is Indeed a time for clear JULY H HIIRllal.1 la

ade inexcusable and Im- authorities-vigilante groups, operating thinking and straight talking, kG of 4
outside the law but supported
understand b 1 u nders. Headquarters Co. and Floridians have a right to es tf

i the British Isles, the would come by enraged into being.public The opinion experience Is RedesignatedAs look to their delegations in Congress !iIia' i it
lies have gone to unpre- and their leaders at home'
of the last war shouldbe I I
d ends to ferret out and for action that will Insure pro t
of reorganized
went to the result Army
recalled, when we
and all who tection of our state and Its peo COOLAIRtSEATCOYERS
any lon, now In process
ridiculous lengths In prosecuting 'j
Ger- f
to aid a
x expected people of German and Austrian throughout the country, Head- pIe.

vaslon heritage whose patriotism was I,I quarters Company 2nd Battalion, Today our principal cities, I I

the high officials of the unqualified. Responsible government 124th Infantry, has been redeslg- most of which harbor military 'I I

States are tremendously officials say that every effort -,nated as a Headquarters Detach- objectives, stand without protec-1 i ,

by the specter of Fifth will be given to protecting ment (Rifle). The change will tlon. There are few, if any anli'l
activity here, goes with have no Immediate effect on size aircraft guns In the state i ? I it
innocent as as appl'e.hendlng
The President hased the the guilty-and that is of the company ((20 men). It was!1 should an enemy decide to attack j MeeIRM TRI.RAII
: It In a speech, and it | we would find ourselvespractically GIILL

ly believed that his sug- one tough job.Driver's stated The message center and Intelligence helpless, dependent' 1 HOMHAN y GUARD Just Think of It! '

that he be empowered tot section will be retained ) wholly upon our navnl forces With This/ DELUXE .}

;t the National Guard in Licenses | by the detachment here, and an and aviation units, to ward! off
me was based on a fear I will be added. planet and prevent the invasion
ammunition squad enemy "YiretoneAUTO
me such step might soon chauffeurs' licenses Issued in I I Radio, wire, and telephone communication of our shores I FRESH I

columnists necessary at to home.put down At Bradford County has exceeded 3.-1 panels will be truns- If Florida is to be called, uponto RADIOI

000, it was learned yesterday ferred. stand guard. over the Panama
S. I
menu the potential U.
of the reorganization I and be
Judge E. K. Ferryman Purpose Canal and the Caribbean,
from County
I olumn consists of avowed '
is' '
who has charge of sales now under way In the Army cause of the military activities 3725 .
.' the bulk of whom are
( ob-
here. So far 2.968 operators' desciibed( ai an attempt to within our borders, he In line for I
ed In the German-Amerl-
maximum amount of It Is struck, I
licenses and 133 chauffeurs' permits tain "the the first blow when
ads and simillar societies
have been sold from the fire power from the minimum we should receive first consideration -
lesser extent, the Com-
\ a
total of 3,101, representing number of men"Headquartcrs from our federal governmenti r
who have been runningIn courthouse, a I here I I
an Income of $1,617 i In the matter of providing every
Lenin's circles denunciation attempting to of Money collected for these licenses took pact In a command post exercise -'| possible means of defense and it \ 11 InclndesDash Control

held near Keystone Heights the of FlorhhL senators
created lis
the newly
maintain I
to !
ilsm and with goes
| conquest June 10.Daooa as well as
Patrol. I Sunday. | and representatives
Florida Highway
Communist-Nazi and
of our Governor to do every y
1 I
thing In their power to see that

Facts That Concern You ;\.... 19 "Jo aeries without we receive further Much delay.consideration I The, .BATTERIES .

I[I, thought of our children wearing

I masks and fleeing for the I
gas '
Ask far our Chanqovr
protection of bomb shelters U r -I -

not a pleasant one. But evermore POLONIUM( SPARK PLUGS l$

grim and terrible Is the Quicker starting and

tAN I vision of what could happen If I I II improved performanceoryour- 59..M

@UT flBEmm AOOW we continue to sit lilly, by making money b tk. SIZE 6.OO-16

I no effort at defense or protection

absolutely at the mercyof
the first ruthless attack that
IT'S Herrith.fam"u.IlresteneCenrovTlrebuiltwith.
.' I I Florida should, look to the v 0

future and look NOW. Not patented Firestone Com- >ipp d s

alcoholic content { hysterically, or with undue alarm,, cord hotly-selling al this
QUESTION: WHY IS BEER CALLED ANSWER: Because mud..ratfonationsofthe beer's but rather as a people Intelligent\ FREE masiniily low prl.cl Why take
Is low.Temperate, I enough charters with off-hr.nJ the
THE and courageous
BEVERAGE OF MODERATION world..and their people..prefer beer. enough ,' thai c.rryneither the mwnufao
to face the facts and take the
\ nirer's name nor guarantee
necessary steps that preparedness The Firestone Convoy '11reI.

legalization the brew demands. I I 1 is priced as low or lower. Let
QUESTION : DO BEER AND ALE ANSWER: Since poundsof ua replace your smooth lires
REALLY ing industry has bought today with a complete net.Tirt .
AID THE FARMERS farm products. That has helped farmers' Youngest Eagle Scout LIFEPROTECTORS ra

particularly during the depression years. Killed In Accident ront CONVOY, j J / +ulw...._ ... a
t z a I Nice

I' Ji grandson of sg9s LIFETIME -I'
made by a natural fermentation Don Adkins 4.75/5.00-19. ,
: JUST WHAT ARE BEER from malted barley and Mr. and Mrs. J K Adklna of 5.25/5.50-17. f595 I GUARANTEE'I
AND ALE MADE OF? other grains, hops, yeast, water. Nature makes Hampton was killed In truck Monday ac- 8.00/U i .J IE E r
beer. The brewer makes it good beer (and ale). I morning, June 3. a ,I EVillY Firestone
ctdent near his home in Dundee. With 1 AND YOUR OLD TIRE Tire Carrie a

He was 13 years of age, was the written lifetime '

QUESTION ANSWER : Beer contributes $1,000,000 a I youngest Eagle Boy Scout in guarantee not
: HOW MUCH DO BEER help pay the America, and was the son of COMPAREQuality
.. $400,000,000 a year..to limned to 12.18 or
TAXES CONTRIBUTE TO THE COST day.costs of government. .local, state and federal. o Mr. and Mrs.Jon\ Adkins of 21 months, but forI I I

OF GOVERNMENT? Everybody benefits from this contribution. |' Dundee.Funeral services were held at SAVE Pi'lcreSTANDARD it the full life of the

i the grave In Santa Fe Cemeterynear 25 lire without lime

have already made Hampton Thursday, June t or mileage limit.
: DO BEER AND ALE This employment is wide-spread I 6th with the Rev Johnson of the 5
MAKE a 100 other Churrh of Dundee
JOBS More than First Baptist
FOR WORKERS the country.
all over .
benefit from beer and ale. the Rev. K R Dowers of Starke.

industries \I and Hampton the Rev officiating C A Warren Interment of 6 s p 16Smith's 1"trt$10ne ;'

QUESTION : The Brewinglnduetryisrutice- I. In the cemetery followed the funeral I
and order. A services Imm dlately
1Kir- INDUSTRY COOPERATING WITH iiioe'the! side to eliminate of law retail. abu lIhau1 readyLAW I boy Is survived by his parents size rucffiiiiiiiiiiinHU, ,; "I.

Into effect in a number of atateain cooperation grandparents, and a host of other Zf1 7 14*.4.UM17IIMII. n.5I ( 'I[J I
been put '
ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS with law enforcement autho tJes.This relatives B 1.71 :t'Od I
would like to tell near til IhV. 11ISIt 701 +q. d(
extended. \Ve out-of-county persons $ I ,-
id being the 6.CO-16 .
plan : interesting fret Among 7.77 j 1 ] I" 1.\'
Write for an funeral were: w
you about it. Brewers Industrial attending the AND YOUR ...___. "'" > < -
booklet. Address: United Stewart of Lakeland t" I \ 11p/
YorkN.Y. Mrs. Maggie I OlD TIRE : { :
Foundation East 40thStreetNew l ; Mr and Mr Anthony. Mrs. \ 01' :i aLief.

..to R0,." Jessie McThasias. and R. J. Holly,,I .. to t.... Voice of Firestone with Richard Cr..... Marqarot Speaks. ,I

of Dundee; Mr and Mrs. P. W. .... tho. Firestone Syaipaoay. Orchestra. nder tho direction .f Alfred ,

SEER..a moderation Kelly and son Jimmy of Winter' Garage Walleotttla. M. .oday .v..I.,.. ....r Nationwide. N.I.C. Red Network.
beverage of lll" G. B. and C E. Adkinsof '
0. Haven; Ida Ragan Mrs. S.. Firestone Champion' Tires mode. U the Firestone Factory ; 1 t
-- Miami; Mrs. Fair.'I' .
i r Jane and Inhibition lolldloa. at the New York 0 t
Pearl Elrod and Starke Florida
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rori\TV .J1'UGtJ'N CO"ItT
RISING HIIM>P >III> t'ov's'v! ..01&1..%. I'ag' (, lO
Finds ArmadilloOn In She Matter of = By MrS. U. II.Rev. LewIs i.f Murr J... Uo..er d..c....eil. -tofltaifllt5'r.o81"OH \'" "
I LOR I IDA.J1I IJ lf lr: /ENI'I l rltlQ'AIr/ Lake Helen Street TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN NW'i* art...

.... __ G. E. McGauley of Brookerand This I la to notify all creditor talnlnK', 'JI NW t >1....
4 ,
-.. and claimants againet the estate .u "'rg m""' '''
_. Lake>
.... ,' '" lAD .. .. FiOR/Dfl $' ,I".i-_.-",'D"r .,, Harold Cooper, of Deland, I Rev. Plato Calson of of Mary Jane 1)over to file your '

p ___ .:..._ : ::= : ....;.:;' ->'$.... the main I City were visiting Rev. N .T lalm. or claim within. eight mtifim
Sr.AEroeArON on publication of
""' armadillo month from
r".i '. : : ; : ; an
: :
.':'.-:." '! ,..:."\:. ': ....-:1I'.1.: :''.: ... / I...""" Lake Helen, picked it King Monday.Mr. thin notice with Hon. B. K. rrry. I
t of
.... .. :-.: .::::: ,..,;;'::J..J'oI.I.-.Ir.'II: ; -. ....AOJ1'I 1" _I'I" "- ,.. street Conner and man County Judge. duly worn "' h' 4
: T ., T CoI', Leon :q r'
i JI............_f 4 Qoc101\----.uJ\\>""1.........', ., ,.. ''''6. 6 up and sent It to the Sanford and Mrs. Mrs to a. provided by law, or your f dertI01, j4 .nd \
and the
-:-;- ::::._..! .::: :;;.. ..2:' 'I DEGUNIV /846. EMA/NEP xoo. Noticing (the animal crossing son Lucian and Mr. claim will be .barred by statute way'. (ui.v.r.'Pt '

,;", :?'..;.';::i::::X=.irtli::i'..:.wi;:.., A UN/ON sr2a4t//oIo TH }UGHOvr I the street, Cooper at first I W. C. Conner were dinner guests of limitations.This Slot day of May A. D. one .K,..d.i.ut ''-nt cr* I Iurnhln to Dink. ]

.,.:..., :: r..A'o.t\.; : .. ::\.. :-4.-. TNI IUI9B 8.erQN TH4 $77F.S. thought It was an Opossum and of'Mr.. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of 1940. All IYlna IIlId

::: ;===; ;: &OU ZO .. that it Branch Sunday. Martha.. Kendrlck.: Administratrix. Chit. 7 1oI"'lth belt5 I
,...... ; ;::::::=; ::= ,go.'ICIY FO.e77'T j gave chase. Realizing Gum s-.il 4t 621lOTi(9 E'44 uf 1:114, 1t"t. I.
U .:z'.=.c::== or
...... ,.....-...---. ...-.._"-..,..-_ De THE (i/HIitA.l.TIR OFMtIR/eA." -- was an armadillo he picked It Mra. E. J. Lewis returned 8 iying ''iti, 8Ptlij8, '
..., ....." ...........-....-....... .t ::.;' the tall. Several armadillos after spending a : TO ...:F..J n'NT douth '
... S ...__.....,.... ..., ._,.. ,_ ..,.....l""'....."..""Ji-u.1' .. up by home Saturday and IV Tilt flllCI'IT CO17HT. OK TIlE ford All 1Ir' .'..alnf. II h E.I
.' .. .. '"' .. ;; have been found In Volusla week with her son-in-law KKJUTH: jrOICIAI. ( .IRCV.1' ('OUllly, Fl.rI4 holol

=i .. ll1I..S ....... ,.,. _a ."! "".of. It Newman A\l. Stilt HUAIIFORI) ('OV TY.' 1-25 harrei, .
t.f'"f .. ,:1. County during recent years. Mr. and Mrs. tarpon"n
.. .' -,. :'. :.,....' .;... .} ,:.t.:. :..i I daughter KI.OIIIUV. 1M ClltNCKHYMarguerite fistures, ,
.,; : '1Io' 1--tht.
ti said that some years ago some of Brooker.Mr. C. Uancuster. '
"' Mott
: : --'t".,.. "
i "
...... ': : of the species' escaped from a I and Mrs. L. G. Owens and -vs.George 2&--I-'III.nl i VcSl,

.... _"" circus and have since Increased family of Theressa were visitingMr. W. lancaster, i I-IIrol\''' h',
: muuiu i r

..,,_ .' .1- la number.In and Mrs. II. H. Lewis Sun II TN Trul'NAM'H" THE STATE 68.0011 lit l/. '11 I .
pentlnr I i .J"""
the armadillo F it
.... the United States OF' FLOHIllA. : pattern. 'Iii' limit Ihll"
V'7" of Texas. It Is day.Mr. TO: Cleorge W. Lancaster whose And l
Is native and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas residence U unknown: tils Any and .,.
.: ::.. -4f' covered by an armor consisting week-end You are hereby required to appear "v'11 10 l ro"1" tool r,
the T

of LaCrosse spent he L1Mt'd or
of filed
ili1 ... of email rounded bony plates, to the Bill Complaint with thl In",
with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. hereinatfalnnt you on or before Iu"p.ntr',
.-,......." ''''h. ossified within the skin and Monday the let day of July. A. D. IIrook..r Turp"nll" ollt
and Mrs.. E. C. Lewis. or n"IU 1I1'fJvkrr 0" Co
___ united tte form solid shields. One 1940.It 1 is further ordered that this 'lorlht radt.,
Bethel spenta
____ __ shield covers the shoulders and I Dave Woodard order be published In the Bradford TOO.'I'IJF.11 wllh
back and the few days this week with Mr. County Telegraph a newspaperpuhilshed lar I h., i Irllpro '. all II
fore-part of the ''n.llt..
In said County of trad- rights ,
C. Conner. IfleIImirr' ,
other. the hind quarters. The and Mrs. ford once each week for four emisein..Im I" lLld I'P"HaOle. '

Misses Irene Lewis Dot Crosby t'vn..ecllllve week "r, an, ,r IhIllrr..
head tall and limbs are similarly hand and official I.
WITNKSrt my upufitulnlng hr:
-. protected. The armadillo Is an and Doris Strickland were dinner Heal this 30th day of May A. I>. all thr 'Ial i<'I rh onr

4i'f ".-. .. ..* inoffensive creature, of nocturnal guests of Miss Elma Conner Sun 11140.(OFFICIAL A. Thomas. and!crest IiInoeKlor, 'I1I1t1l drmcnt. I

tendencies and Is generally about Clerk Circuit I F't.. 'II.1'. 4t 6-2t 1-IrOkei "urpnlln.: t t d
day.Mr. in. and Co.
three feet in It feedson Procter and I" th. HR
length. and Mrs. Tom '
IJNERIlING Starke, Flu, May Slat.. 1940 halt I tlIP""r" and
ants and other insects.In children of Lake Butler spent Report of the Clerk of the Circuit aU imni. 'Niatri' kio

( Central and South America with Mrs. Court In and for Bradford therein' equitable an
week and
of last I
INSr/NCr 'I Thursday County, Florida on account of uate In I the \'UUnty
u, where they are common the flesh Procter's mother Mrs. E. J. Nor- taxes assessed for the year 1939.C. and $ttt "t t'irliio 01

': THE YOUNGOiGE.eHFHD Is esteemed a delicacy by the' Bradford. A. Knight County Tax 1840.fwuaty Collector. To at the tho uIlI'igager. "time .r 1I11'.n Ih.u" '
natives. man.Mrs.. Martha Yowell of Green Proper f."dltnh tt, 'sIt)
; To Balance due ",.4890Hy I'laint irr. wtiiS "
TURTlE STt7'S FOIrh'A Cove Springs spent the week with amount collected ____ f 957.G! ntirrliiiNed.( uniulred, or I,

OCEAN6H r State Market Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. To Balance due -'-_______ $ 611.58 IIIK Moyem biiHliiem Hough. trHdi7. 1
Fin A ForfeitureTo utirter" t th.and .\,
Arl.TH. THE James Norman has taken over Balance due $ 680*5Hv styli l .t| Biimkw fJ'
To MeetIn
Managers amount collected ___. 859.11 Comimnv, anO Brookw"
i t F..l.'SH 0' TV6 AHENAS / / r the Stevenson farm with his To Balance. due ____-=-__ $ 191.84 tine Cu ini by nJl/.. ,
STI'l/K/N6 JacksonvilleWilliam grandmother. Mrs. J. E. Norman.We (..uuty Hand and BrlUlte lease 01 ot hPWIs' u;.
To Balance due SI 838.61 I..a..t'" '
SEF7//IQIVCE welcome them back to our Hv amount" collected __-. ",.91.03 the pjipm" .s'h! |II, hlVholT,|

4'EEFJ7Zi9C"i -- ..,. L. Wilson, Director of community.Mr. To Balance due _________ I 6J9.4S of pi tKlUC'IniF, DInvhlHHlnmiiufn.iurliiK l
7a State Farmers' Markets, announced County School. enernl n.1.1.3
_n.- and Mrs. Lonnie Crawfordare Tn Biiluncn due 1,838.61 .." ", and all 'Int("
this week' that a meetIng ____ 197.02 mild Mitveu, "H
llv amount' collected II, lloiiKh' itt
-. ---------- -- of all managers and committee the proud parents of a baby To Balance due _________ I 639.49't"tni doing bUHliu, .K nrMJpentlne
boy born June 11. Mnb-Xrhuol! KeitnlurTn fimiiant cit
chairmen for state markets Balance due 1834.84 Turppntliu ('< in" In'

Dog Bite Proves Fatal To Negro 'Woman; WPA Projects would be held in Jacksonville, By amount collected _,_ 1197.00 I Ing trreK, I"Ilicrinn.' < .jjj''
. nt I the ,
To Balance due ________ 3 63784 linn 'it ne,
I 'What To Do In Case You Are nit ten Will Favor June 27, 28 29 when reports HAMPTONDy TotHl ub>Mrhool! llnndeilTn the then mon gft.RI, il.on. ?rfj?

would be received and plans map- Miss Ada Nliumo Hnlance due S2.880.7 pl.it.cil hrmrti.

A death from rabies In Lake physician as he is the only person Defense PlansThe ped for future activities with To Hy amount Balance collected due _________ $2,880.67 None and theri'iin."t"'III'|u"ltd) II II',.I n It'tide,) 0,

County recently jerves to focus r qualified to take the neces- special attention to what mightbe The revival services at the I AHrlcnlturnlTo lie tut lcd '(ruth.' i>i1 .r
First Church. conductedby Balance due t 91.83 tin ,poter ,
attention on the danger of neglecting Hary precautions to prevent the placing' of WPA projectsof done to cooperate with the Baptist Ky amount collected ____ f B">.83: I Int'II"I..1! :.....

dog bites. The victim, a development of rabies. military background on a preferential federal government's preparedness the Rev. Edwin McColun of To Balance due ______ I 31.98bldo's tr..t.IM.II tI".' I" h.,.,

colored woman of Mount Dora, 3. If the examination Perry, are being' well attended \ P..n..l..n on HIM 'ithfiom cud., I
laboratory ,
I basis Is the first step program. To Balance due $ 91.82: runt rari>- e. I.

was bitten on the hand about : of the brain shows the dogto to bring !the program Into line Wilson out that foodIs and much inteieij.: Is manifestedIn By amount collected _____ f 61),85To I""IIIM..ikl, vo luau,
pointed will Balance due ________ I 31.97 WHIM) HI\ it ,f II
the meetings. They continue
eight weeks ago by a dog which have rubles or If the examination for cooperation In the proposed even more essential than armaments It<..id A llrliltce Interex A wlnklnuFund tim. .>r Hitlm ''or'
"(its." The dog is through Sunday. June 23rd. (i It'ffiidu., .1"r<
was having was negative and the history national defense plan, In the opinion and while the nation is 'lII. '
1 Mfter on'I n d. if tRod I II
To Balance due
killed, the head was not examined suggests that the dog might have of State Administrator Roy M. L. Watterson and familyare $2,121.58 trolled I >I. 'I.I
I mapping its military program it fly amount collected ..___ f 904.21To > 1"llIdan''
the bite was not reported had rabies, the person should receive Schroder, that visiting Mrs. Watterson's slater I Balance due _n______ $1.1 27.3a and nil '"I i t '". I; l,
Imperative we give every -of turpeiil 1,''tho< .II.
Mrs. Bessie of Fort
the wound was not wntlrablc treatment without
I "The present peace-time pro- consideration to the matter of ITIIK cllu"'I'r ('OI'HT OF TUB of inaiuif.i ''I.' the
treated by a physician and antl- delay. The County Health Department be and Myers. !IT\1'! OF "'1.0111".X. AMIFOK : transit .n i ,''I. lull'
gram can easily quickly mobilizing our
agricultural resources said, KLln dll Illd..
rabic treatment was not given. la in position to supplythe expanded to handle national defense and it Is his aim to see Rev. A. B. Simmons! who has 1.01111)\iiFoiiu) ,. cot XTI. frotn, nn l> ,.t I I'it t !l'eO 0,

When a person Is bitten by a vaccine and help make arrangements been for several weeks in Oklahoma IN CirAN'CERY and nil i OIl I I"Ii. ,,rtiului't.
needs In the of road that Florida Is in the
way vanguardIn. Consolidated prod ut't... 'iiic-luding, ronmade "
Naval StoresCompany
dog. for his own protection regardless for treatment. has returned to his home "
airport and military base construction this respect. a Florida corporation frun' '>' r ihv <
of the circumstances Rabies Is primarily a diseaseof as well as many'other here. He reports crops of oats the niuntifai"turt ,f CIIstores '',
I ; nUi. i ill ttllli,
surrounding the bite the follow- dogs and secondarily of man. types of facilities" points out and wheat are being harvested vs.flrooker. I'laint' 1ff. bollern. imirhin' rlth'M )din

ing rules should be followed: The (llsene I I Is caused by a filterable Schroder.The Two Horses Killed there and the yield is a little Turpentine Co., hoop. (run, dip:: burrrl,,
1. Don't kill the dog Immediately virus (a too small above normal. He states that he Inc., a Florida corporation, anil ollporto
germ Work Projects Administration : By Lightning and, Mnyera llouarh. joined- all oCher InolKmachinery In'',
but confine him so that hecan't to be seen by the aid of the microscope had "rather live at Hampton." by bin wife,' Ethel: Hough, and viiulpmrnijBhantlVx I
has built and huncl- ,
equipped nnulcs. harness
get away and', keep him ) which Is contalped in dreds of{,.airports throughout the Near HamptonMonday Misses Evelyn and Thelma NOTI Defendant(',,: OF MtHT .R'* XAI.KTO' mill, 1 all Ill herproOerty
under: observation for the devel- the "' eif, klutdover
saliva of the rabid animal. TIIK KFPNI ANTS HKKEIN evrrj
Manning returned to their homeat
opment of smyptomit of rabies. The virus la Inoculated Into the country. Including such big ports June 10, two Insured AND WHOMSOEVER:! IT MAY (exoept ,'cnnnlwarymerchunJlHe
Wauchula this week : ) now >"nfd
after a CONCERN:
LaGuardia Field in New :
as York
If the la killed before horses and a colt owned by B. Y. the d..f..I1..ul..
dog symptoms wound through the bite of such visit with Notice IK i hereby given that theundvrnlaned by upon
their Mrs. T. J.
and the Chicago Municipal Airport aunt of unl Ito 11.1. rconveyed
develop the diagnostic an animal. After having been Saxon were struck by lightning, a* Special Master appointed any part
and here in Florida Perry. by the final decree of this hi 'or Il1bJ.etJ
it is
at bis farm three
bodies "Negri Bodies may not Introduced Into the wound, the quarters of Miss Jewell Priester of I Court entered In the foregoing J)property.TUtlKTflnil:
have had time to develop and virus travels along the nerve building the master airport at a mile southeast of Hampton on Lake cause on the llth day of June. a' il ,il in'>
Miami as well as assisting In the : Butler spent the week here with 1440 will pursuant to the termsof the defendant* r.lnc..laln
failure to find them upon examination trunk to the brain and spinal the old Starke-Waldo road. said decree, on the 1st day of ,'''"11'.. 'r i
development of several militaryair her sister, Mrs. Gerald Adkins. made l hy I hi K, l. al 'U'
of the brain may give a cord where II becomes anchored That morning a farm hand was July 1940 between the legal hour ,
; 'Un
I of Culiinililn l and
base facilities. The organization \- Jimmie Kelly of Winter HavenIs of sale, offer for Male and sell to
false Dense of security, even 'and produces symptoms of rabies. plowing in a nearby field when the highest and bent bidder for bearing dun th 'I I u.v
is in a position to expand visiting his grand parents, Mr. 'emb..r, A n "|'6.h
though the dog might have had I Fortunately the Incubation period he noticed a hard rain, accompanied caSh before the Kant door of the 'onlr..t11 ''i' hiIIUUKh ..,
and (
Mrs. J.
this work for full trainingand E. Adklnn. ('unit Ilnuxe In Starke Bradford
rabies and was Infectious at the ( the time elapsing between the air defense by lightning coming up. I ('ountv, Florida, the following de- I Bf-HlBll.l'I I ,' turn,''

time the bite was Inflicted. If bite and the development ol purposes.The In anticipation of It. he stopped Hcrllieil property to-wlt: peiillne f" I li lPn'lOti'
by deeil "I( IK'''
WPA has All of Section J >
well-organized except the NW\%
the dog was Infectious at the symptoms of the disease) In mania work and put his mule In a lot by I' Negroes Sentenced of the N\V'i' : date the (in 'l.i >' J lai'

time of the bile and did not have I long (average 40 days, sometimes Hewing rooms that can be utilizedby the burn. The horses were already I B'1: j of the HE..,.., .':'v of 8'VM.\ 1. JOS7, amid, i ".,d"III'
the Red Cross or to furnish SWVi of S1':!%, and the SEVi II( of Hlnrnim
I Friday last, two ..
symptoms symptoms or rabies I as long as n year or even I Inside, in their stalls. A negroes the NK<.i of Section; Subject, pusre 2':i. if it '''

will develop In the animal within longer.) If the bite occurs around hundreds of workers to private few seconds after he reached Willie Hosendove and Bill Ellington however to that certain purchasemoney "TOUKTHBII Bradford C,milt."II' 'i'lrtd ml'\' 'In''"''

a week. If the dog should do- production to meet any demand stood trial and were sentenced -! mortgage dated December h 'd. ll"!
I' the hand nerk or face the Incubation shelter. a, bolt of lightning 30, 1936, made by Brooker Turpentine the defendant ,
for that type of service that t h.. folloi\lnn I 'in.I ',.,"Iw
to two .
velop symptom, he should be period la much shorter crashed into the stall, struck one years In the State i I Company, Inc. to R. A. 1e.e" mail l I.,'. 4t-)
might In busi Creen. whlfh said nmrto-aflra IMrefolded
develop private Prison for unarmed ,
killed and the heail sent to the because of the shorter distancethe horse at the head and then from i.nhArv'"' thy In Moiig(1Jf8'B'( ol. 12 under date ;'I I' I' "i

State Laboratory for examina I virus must travel to reach ness.There 'all evidence coursed on to hit Friday befor i- another negro I I'"Ke 82, of the public record of, Lease known made".. !\\>' %V" I 'II I Wn"'ill'"'
are thousands! of other Bradfoid County Florida, which' ,
tion. In killing suspected rabid the brain. theother.. When he went out to man. The three men were en- said 1 mortKiiire, wax subsequently date of jHimaiLeane "> it I'--;'

dogs do not Shoot or hit the animal Unless the bite occurs aroundthe I WPA professional and non-con drain the lot after the rain he gaged In a skin-game during amlsned to C. I. Gaines: niuil' "f l h> f.I1uurV l''>> II 5
under dateI.PIIKB
struction workers that can also which the The VVi\<, of NE of 8KW of Sec.tlun .
in the head as this may face, neck or head there la found the horses dead in the victim was forced by 14, containing( 20 made in 11, '
mutilate the brain and render It plenty of time to find out be easily trained and shifted to stalls. the other two to give them $13, I.."... acres under date "I Kphruary B '', 1Leatie
mad by
unfit for examination. various defense services if the i according |o Deputy Sheriff Ben Bea-lanlnir at the NW corner of "t tl.1.,.".| .
whether the dog has rabies and Section under ditto
demand requires. They were insured under a I : :25! and running East 435 "hark
2. Every dog bite regardless of Rowe. yard, thence South 440
to institute treatment.In yards,
policy issued the former 3 8-2' ""'
by Johns 6-14
the circumstance "In order to be ready to carry thence West 415/ yards thence (
should be reported of bites
case around the North
and Wainwright and 440 yards to point of beginning -
out of ;
the defense chic
any part

to the health departmentso face neck head program First ; also the
or antlrablc treatment TobaccoCured beglnnlntf at
that might be to were said to be perhaps the only NW corner of LA
that an investigation be assigned Section 25, and 1\1! A 1.In
should be I
may at once. the Work Project Administrationa insured horses fn the county running Kant: 490 yards, thence &
made. and if at the end of a week the ". ,\.... u.... Monday.. June 10. Floyd Crosby South 40 yards for a point of bob 7 d..y'
complete Inventory of possible "- .ginnIng:, and from thence
Every wound resulting!!: from a dog shows put in the COl.liymplom'.
no symptoms of rabies SUNNY first barn of tobacco Kant: :iso yards thence South 8SO
dog. bite should be treated by a treatment may be discontinued. project operation under the present BROOK FARMfly to be cured in this county for I yards, thence Went 380 yards, ,
program Is being contemplated thence North 880 yards In Hee- St
Mrs. R.
Floyd the
Crosby current
," states the'admlnilltrator.. season. linn 25, containing 108 acres, Try "Rub-I.TI-m"-a

WPA Changes Pay of 24 checks as 4n the past. "Such an Inventory Is developing Miss Arthamarae Henderson of NOTII: OP APIM.IC\TIO> Foil nioiw la mix or conveyed lens, being by O. the II. Colson same IJniment' S.M

"The switch from the old to the: types of work that can be Jasper. Is spending this week with T\X ntF.1J and Hough wife, Alva Colson, to Moyer. Liquid Tablets -
PerioH To Bi-Weekly (Vpniitr Bill !1Ilia.. by deed dated January 11. I pror'
the new system will make the individual carried on by various projectsIn her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. XOTirt: IS HRRKnV: CIIVRN.; 1915.: recorded In Deed Hook 40.

System This MonthWPA check somewhat smaller line with national defense Floyd Crosby. Certificate That T. J. Alderman Numbered holder of Tax

needs should WPA be called upon Misses Esther and Louella ISI 7th, rexpertlvelv..
but the pay period. will be Rivers /I. d27\h..b day of July
rolls In Florida will for specific service." No. ued the
pay any of Lake Butler, and Mrs. Bth, day
shorter" It Is >f July. 1828: V4 of No. 8B'I: Issued
pointed out
hereafter be paid upon a biweekly by Director Project work already put on Cleveland Drlggers of Starke. the 7th., day of July 1930; No.

Bradford. "Anticipating the preferential list by order of''and Mrs. 421 Issued the 4th. day of Julv
work period 'instead ofj I ;' J. R. Kelly and son, 1927. and 2-5 of No. 281 Issued
'I the moving of the U. S. Treasury Washington Include: Army and' Robert, spent Tuesday In Jack. the 4th.. day of July 1924. has I I 1 -
the semi-monthly basis that has Navy work being done at Jack- filed name In my office. ami i ban:
I sonville.
Department unit from
been used In the past according:I JacksonIville -,1 sonvllle Tampa, Key: West. Pen- II be made Issued application thereon.for tax deed to. (od"a

to Atlanta Georgia, the Kathryn Kelly spent Part of
first ,
to an announcement made last sacola and Valparlao and airport Said certificate respectively
''chocks I Issued under the I .last week In Lake Butler with embrace the Following. dexrrlliefl.:
week by Suite Administrator Roy biweekly work at Gainesville St. Petersburg properties In the
County of
-Schroder. I I system will be approximately'I'I and 'Miami. This work has her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. I I ford. State of Florida, to-wlti:Trad- /4-.0ot.

A. L. Driggers. "EVi of N";" .. .
'JVP' $
three 211
later Twp.
days than usual '
"Thlfl change In the work per-' but been earmarked by the Navy and ,,7 S hangs :23 1-:.. 2& Arren more :

lot of project operations la in I(I thereafter they will reach the ] War Departments as of first Importance Mrs. Alton Dobbs and little ,I or ficate less Is embraced under (Certi

keeping with mandatory provisions -I workers exactly 14 days npnrt." In national defense. and daughter; Eloise Mrs. Inez Kelly sLJ No.of 8W(4 651.: ( of SW!. /Sec.

received from, Washingtonas I' In establishing the new pay the list may be. added to from and Miss Doris Crosby spent I Twp.. 7 8. Range 22 K., 2ft ..
system WPA officials Monday afternoon In Grandin. more or .psp I. embraced 33// oooft'J
a part of the general revamp- place emphasis time to time. I Certificate Sn. 278.

ing of the program to conform upon the fact that there Rev. Mr. Hall of Green Cove 1 NKl Ni,,;, of of N\V Nji of NKIJ A Ni'j!

with anticipated reorganization In will be no change In the rate of Free Safely Booklets Springs spent Sunday In our llanire 22 K..i An Sec.A..33......Twp.....*...'7 .1'1..'. J
pay received by projects workers less I. .m'.rB"p" Under f''
the coming fiscal year," mild community.Mrs. Certlflrate"No! 883. L.t) ,

Schroder. and that the number of hours Tax Collector C. A. Knight has Green Moody. and Miss NKV of NWt Seo. 5 Twp. 8 TilE
worked represent the' same on hand In his office g. flange :22 K.. 40 Acre, more or I material used in Atlas Tire are
As explained by Q. P. Brad- several Melba Moody were visiting Mr. less. |IH embraced under Certificate (quality-the method of manufacture
per month-r-considerlng hundred booklet entitled "Motor, and Mrs. Alton Dobbs >*o. 421, ann
WPA Director of and Mrs. are
ford. Finance qualify-and the performance
the fact that the KK% of NWV. .
bi-weekly Vehicle NEVi
Operator's aWL'ape.
the change In the pay roll does iods cover only 28 and Manual pre : Inez Kelly: Sunday afternoon. I & Twp. S 8. Ranee 28: ":.. 811, I your car will give a satisfaction that only If
days not ..
a pared and published \ ,
not have any effect upon the rate by the Department I Mr. and l\lrs. Floyd Crosby more or less In embraced Duality can provide.
full calendar month of 30 31 imder 2.611.1 of Certificate .
of pay of project wOl'kerll-thls Public Safety. These and children and G. M. Bennett .,,181. No. a.. .., ,
day booklets free of The Atlas i. a so/ tire to buy-a safe tire to '
charge assessment of the
remains the same per hour In all to attended the Sing In Hamptonlast Paul prop"- iJ c.o'o.16
.rty under laid certificate u e. And it U
drivers desiring one and they I No. 631 extremely good-looking.
classifications. Sunday. wan In the name of Will Mattalr
Equalization BoardThe contain the ilrlvlner laura._ t\t the. Friends of little Eloise the assessment. of th. said ; For an
-- --- Dobbs prop. agreeable
surprUe our price on
The to
change a bi-weekly period erty under cald certificate
means that project workers State of Florida many relpful I will be glad to know that she is I wan In the name of Hampton No. Tie 2711 your size. Find out how little It lake

County Commissioners "do's"' and "don'ts." Illustrations, Improving. Timber Co., the a..iie.iiment" of to be safe-and satisfied. ,
will be paid regularly every 14 sitting as a Board of Equalizers, and other useful Information. Mr. I' said property under said Uth

days (regardless 0 f calendar, will hear complaints and receive Knight invites driven to call by CARD OF THANKS I I name certificate of Buck No.A., Buck 683 : was the a"In..,.the..... Buy ttlau. fi
date) Instead of twice each monthas testimony concerning the values and these ment of the paid. property under at*
get one free
of book We
in the past. This system II of real and wish to thank all who ,, aid certificate No. 42t wai In the
personal property as lets. name of Unknown; and the .....
were so good to us during the aimenn- wImMwit--
makes all pay period of equal fixed by the Tax As I ment of said undt. ..
County property
essor r al l .. .
I < tin If, .. ASS
length-14 or I t I sickness and after the death ofj 2-Sth., of certificate No. 281 mA. 4tie-.J. by -eJ
days. every two E. W. Hayes, on the 1940 CARD OF THANKS our husband and In the name of Unknown. was j lM ter.. oil femp-_ y (K,.) '*
father I
weeks-with workers putting In I assessment roll beginning Mon For the beautiful: floral offer want to sincere we. redeemed Unless said Certificate shall be ., WITH ...*.. CALM* h ..aGAY'S
.120 hours for 28 express apprecla.tion I' according to law
days as against day. the
July 1. at 10:00: o'clock
a. ings and kindness shown In the properties described therein
for the will
130 hours for a calendar month. lovely flowers and b. sold!
m.. and continuing as long as It to the highest bidder
recent death of Rev. L. at
Over the period of a year project necessary to hear all C. Smith. to the members of the colored the Courthouse door on the firm. STATION
complaint and to those who were so kind choir who Monday In the Month of JuJv. 1840. SERVICE
workers will receive 26 payChecks and testimony. This action was and thoughtful we are sang so beautifully at which I I. the lei.. day of July, 1&40 .
(52 week under the sincerely his funeraL Pat..d this 6th.. day Of Jun.
) decided on by the Commissioners grateful. I A. I. ..4/). Phone 60 STARKE.! FI**

riew biweekly pay period Inatead 1 at their June 3 meeting. -Mm. L. C. Smith and family. Julian-Mrs. A.Grlffls.J. Grlffl .Clerk(OFFICIAl.of Circuit SEAL)Court A.:1.of Thomas Bradford .. _

County, Florida.J 4t S-JJ ; = HtADQUARTIRSi J4i& %I.. S1 -

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Fifth// Column- Teachers Summer SessionsEarly Attend Russell Kay William Thornton BROOKER spent relatives the and week-end friends.here visiting 'I

I .. Died June 5 lly .Mr*. L. L. Purkrr Miss Mildred Campbell, Lacy "ll;
What It Is?
HVnif Know last week was the Bridge" ; Party Thomas, Mrs. Lucile Thomas and ': )t "
William A. 78 ''
((8111)) Thornton, '
*" dead-line for application for permits TOO LATE Mrs. H. P. Morgan entertained children and G. W Thomas of ; f'
I* ," the Russian Invasion of to take teachers' examina TO CLASSIFY died at his home in the Water Thursday afternoon with a bridge Fort Pierce, are spending a few / ; ,;, /

|id 'term glance these The expected Fifth Flnland'l' tions. Monday, only one person Oak section near Heilbronn party. Mrs. Vasco Hazen led weeks with Mrs. W. L. Martin 11bli' ( !

InOu dur- technique in this had applied: Ruth Alvarez of I with highest score and Mrs. and other relatives *.. \
Into use We have Springs, Wednesday, June 5, fol- ,
first carne when an simple and rational. In the I Vanderbilt; she had not yet received -, recently emerged froma : Emory Hazen low After many' and Mrs Larson Mints of. i i ;
81sl1 civil war words of the President, the Fifth her permit. second primary election to dejtermlne -' lowing a severe illness. 'games were played the guests Jacksonville, are spending a few :

cenersl Columnists would attempt t o State Superintendent I who shall hold this or I Ii Funeral services for Mr. Thorn- were served cocoanut pie and days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee .
ur columnaneoafcsoldiers a "create confusion of counsel, pub- Colin :, that office While normally such ton, who was a farmer and native iced tea. The next weekly meeting Gainey. :
award r.ta.drld-8nd lic indecision, political paralysisand English recently announced that ;|questions might be expected to..i son of Bradford County will be at the home of Mrs. ,
of spies, the first regular teachers' examinations I Mr. and Mra. Ray Raulerson, I r ; arouse local so.
conJIlsting interest they are held June at
eventually, a state of panic. I were Thursday 6. Vasco Hazen.Enjoyable.
enemies of under the and Mrs A. F. Raulerson. of : ,
new Florida overshadowed
and other In other 'words, the purpose by world events as Pine Grove with Rev. J. D. Williams 1'
within they school laws and Fishing Party Brighton were the week-end "
regulations will to make them of
RepubliC would be to the | seem con officiating. Interment was
attain- r
atlarasB prevent be held The pust summer weeks have of and S ;
as the on July 5th and 6th in guests their parents Mr. !:
y, as thoofl defenders by ment of anything resembling national the county seats of nine counties: sequence. In Pine Grove Cemetery and pallbearers been tricky fishing periods. Mrs. H P. Galney. i 1 1',

) dynamlt- unity. Group would be Gainesville Miami Jacksonville, I Florldans In particular have were L. R. Starling.Nathan However, many people are en- Mrs. Lucile Baxter, of Jacksonville ',: j
star supplies set against group, class against Tampa, Ft I reason to be concerned over the Raulerson L. Raulerson. joying the afteinoon or day at was visiting Mrs I. W. :
Myers, Tallahassee ,
ad terminals) to mate tbee class, jealousy and hate would be Ft. Pierce Deland and DeFuniak,J I turn of affairs In Europe for Jeff Finley and Edward Thorn different lakes, sometimes hav- Plnholster Sunday. .. j t'' ,.

III designed certain.e fermented. It Is apparent that a Springs.The this state because of Its geo- ton.The ing good luck and sometime no Ordell Crosby of Starke was '
city more start has already been made to graphical location, Is In a most deceased is survived by his luck at all. Saturday proved to visiting here Wednesday. (: I i ,1 j

e of the Euro- this end by alien groups. And, present law provides that precarious position la relation to widow Mrs. Georgia Ann Thorn be a lucky day for the Kellys Miss Lovella Parrlsh was visit ) ,
It has been found according to Dies Committee evidence only one type of teaching certificate the national defense. Closest of ton; by four sons. Lacy Thorn and their fishing party at Santa ing Misses! Dorothy And Francis }J
have bail fifth columns it Is a fact that both the may be obtained by examination all states to the Panama Canal ton of Lake City! Harley Thorn- Fe Lake Many fish were caught Sanchez In Gainesville Sunday. .,

allover i cafes Paid Moscow and Berlin governmentshave -the special certificate. and to the Island possessions of ton Willis Thornton and Wilbur and a swell dinner was enjoyedon Recent Births. 'cGMr +

many waiting paid Fifth Column agents This type of certificate Is obtain Involved powers located In the I Thornton all of Starke; by one tho banks. Those enjoying and Mrs.! G. A. Gay announce 1

the proper moment to actively at work here. able In the following fields: art, Caribbean we may well auk what brother, Jon a a Thornton o f the day were: The Charlie Kellys. the birth of a son Joseph ', :, ;
unbelievable lengtbs commercial subjects, elementary the future holds for us. Starke and sister Mrs. the O. and the i I ,
theseIUlllnlsts After the policy of confusion I( : by a C. Kellys Austin on Monday, May 27th. at : '
while many of would come actual sabotage and course, English, Industrial( At Tampa, Jacksonville, Cocoa Mary Finley of Starke. George Rivers, of Graham. the Alachua County Hospital/ tit '
alfens, he arts, languages other than "
are the terrorism. And there Is a widely English Miami, Pensacola and Key West'l Mr. Thornton was a memberof Mrs Mary "Aunt Slss" Mott Mrs. Gay prior to her marriage \
of all la mathematics, music, science, I ,
type we see the feverish of Heilbronn Is relatives \
gerous vaulting am- held fear that we may see this and social studies. I the New CongregationalChurch. visiting won Miss Nettlo Marie 1
whose before long as the armanent pro- (army and navy officials as they here this week Mr. and Mrs Rastle Mann are i
fuet by PPrtulltythaenm? gram swings Into high gear. Fin- Summer school began session 'rush plans for the establishment Mr. Ed Galney and daughter the proud parents of a fine big .

Lg order, sellnative ally, once the country was thoroughly Tuesday, June 11, at the University -|lot military bases that should BETHEL Arma and Bob Spooner, of Plant boy, born June 15th. '! "
ape ot future gain to disorganized, minority I I of Florida; from Bradford have been set up long ngo. City, were visiting Mr. II. P. and I All the teachers of Brooker are f
!land They are groups would attempt to takeover County, about 23 went: Ophelia I The hum of flying fortresses By :Mrs. D. D. Noodaxd Mr. Lh R Gainey Sunday at the summer' school la Gaines- ; i "'
1 re dangerous because the government.We Bryan, Alice Fernandez Eva and pursuit, planes drone !In Miss Gladys Lee has returned Mr. and Mrs. J .K. Clemens j'ville. Those enjoying the sessionare I l '1
to detect. Aliens Anderson Rosalind Williams, of North Carolina visiting! Roberts Mrs. '
ardor Florida skies as youthful pilotsare home after spending a week with are : Mrs. Leola I j .t'
unded up but the trait- are now embarked on a Lester Sponholtz, Lucile Ken- put through their paces, Mrs. Ernest Harris. Mr. Clemens mother, Mrs Ellin. Melva Hnrrell. Misses Flora Edwards : ; I' :
atlve-born may remained war against the Fifth Column. | nedy, Grace Wainwright, Edna while offshore the casual observer -I demons, who has been very 111 and Madeline Crosby and I I f {
late. It The Government has moved i! We are glad to hear that MIllS :t .
too Willie
until Hart Mae Hinson, Kate glimpse the for some time. | Harmon Morgan. J y
L Norway, Denmark Hol- cautiously, but it 1s moving Registration -{ Shepherd Edna Prevatt, Ruby gray shapes may of prowling battle grim I'Alberta Woodard Is recoveringfrom Iva Mae Lewis, of Jacksonville,) The many friends of Mrs Ellis \ t I

France. It seems ton and observation of aliensIs Mae Perkins Leola Roberts-all craft assigned to patrol duty In her operation.The was the week-end guest of her demons will be glad to learn I t J 'J#

| so In Belgium, where likely to come soon-the pro-'of Starke; Emma Hill. Lawtey; 'our waters. people of Bethel attendedthe parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J.I that she Is Improving. Mrs. demons ,I''i 4' .
Himself Is cast In the posal that the Department of Justice -- Ruth Alvarez Vanderbilt; Ruth meeting at Oak Grove Sunday Lewis | has been 111 for several ;: I
I In spite of the fact that oceans \
fifth Columnist.Le be given control of the Immigration Frazier, Graham; Mae Wells, Harry Sapp of Jacksonville, weeks ,)
temporarily separate us from the
Service shows the
Columns way Hetlbronn Beverly Cady, Rising ,
seen Fifth ; ; I"
scene of conflict, the thoughtful '
wind Is And far
the blowing.
with almost demoniac Melva Han-ell Annie Laura Morgan -
citizen no longer finds the fact
and success! In otherthe more severe measures are en- Madeline Crosby Flora Alice -rii-
very comforting particularly .
Nazis visioned. Edwards, and Muriel Norman
worlJ. The '
'since the fate of British, Dutch
Columnto There is an: obvious danger in all of Brooker. \
eloped the extraordinarilyel. Fifth all this-and a danger that In exceedingly The following have completedthe I land French possessions at our ti 1 !
an very doorstep remain In doubt s1 LI ; \
hard to avoid. That 41kI
|. Somber rumors of spring term: M. W. :Morrow, BIG ,le
and the of the Im-
possibility \
Jlumn work have even danger Is that anti-Fifth Column I Principal of Hampton School; I. mediate establishment of naval / .' I}}:, .
France-as witness work may become a hysterical : B. Cody. Principal at Lawtey; vof I :' '
om and air bases on these 18lun.lsby
t; wholesale dismissal of witch-hunt.; People would ex- !II Blanche Edwards Lawtey; Emma an unfriendly power becomesa ll' : ', t' ,
French generals who plolt personal grudges by unjustly Hill Lawtey; Norman Johns, ,;
lording? to Premier Rey- denouncing others to the Heilbronn; Essie Crosby, Rising. possibility.It t
jade. Inexcusable and! Im- authorities-vigilante groups, op- I Is indeed a time for clear JULYTIRE ., t 1:
understand b 1 u nders. erating outside the law but sup Headquarters Co. thinking and straight talking, of
and Florlduns have it right to 3eltemsCOOLAIRR
the British Isles thee ported by enraged public opinion. eSe :fr': :
look to their In Con-
have gone to unpre- would come into being. The ex- Is RedesignatedAs delegations j t .,
ferret out andy perience of the last war shouldbe I Biess and their leaders at home :
I ends to who recalled when we went to the result of Army reor-I'for action that will Insure protection '
and persons I
i expected to aid a Ger- ridiculous lengths In prosecuting ganiznt Ion, now In process of our state and Its .peo-

-asion. people of German and Austrian throughout the country, Head- ple. I SRATCOYIRIA : :

the high officials of the heritage whose patriotism was quarters Company, 2nd Battalion, Today our principal cities, !
I States are tremendously unqualified. Responsible govern- 124th Infantry hus been redesig- most of which harbor military I

I by the specter of Fifth ment officials say that every effort nated as a Headquarters Detach-I objectives, stand without protec'l Saii'f', I
activity here goes with- will be given to protectingthe ment (Rifle). The change will tion. There are few, If : tl" '

|mg. The President has innocent as well as apprehending have no Immediate effect on size aircraft guns In the state and I )
d It In a speech and Itly the guilty-and that Is of the company ((20 men), it was] should an enemy decide to at. MODfaN TRI-RAII \

believed this sug- one tough job. stated. I tack, we would find ourselves GRILLE
The message center and intelligence practically helpless dependent, NOMIFAN GUARD
|that he be empowered to
the National Guard In Driver's LicensesThe section will be retained, I( wholly upon our naval forces With This DELUXE t
| fear by the detachment here, and an and aviation units! to ward off _
me was based on a '
e such step might soon number of d lvers' randchauffeurs' I ammunition squad will be added. I enemy pitmen and prevent the In- 'VirestonAUTO 1' I

I necessary to put down licenses Issued In Radio, wire, and telephone communication vasion of our shores I, C a e .

Columnists at home. At Bradford County has exceeded 3.- panels will be trans.I If Florida I lit to be called uponto RADIO I ,

Intent 1 the potential U. S. 000, it was learned yesterday I ferred. stand guard. over the Panama
[jlumn consists of avowed from County Judge E. K. perry- Purpose of (the reorganization I Canal and the Caribbean, and because '

-the bulk of whom are man-, who has charge of sales I now under way in the Army Is of the military activities $3725 _-r 0
In the German-Amerl- here. So far 2,968 operators' described as an attempt to obtain within our borders be In line for;

da and simillnr societies ,licenses and 133 chauffeurs' per- 'I' "the maximum amount of the first blow when It Is struck, I
|a lesser extent the Com- mits have been sold from the fire power from the minimum we should receive first consideration

who have been running 'courthouse, a total of 3,101 rep- I number of men." I from our federal government

I in circles attempting to resenting an income of 1617. Headquarters Detatchment here In the mutter of providing every
I Lenin's denunciation of ,Money collected for these licenses ( took part In a command. post exercise posblble means of defense. and it ,pd Includes

filsm, aDd conquest with goes to maintain the newly created -! held near Keystone Heights Is the duty of Florida i / senators Doth ControlsBATTERIES

I Communist-Nazi pact and Florida Highway Patrol I Sunday, June 16. and I representatives, as well as I ;'1 !

I of our Governor, to do everything I '

In their power to see that For longer and .J.,

J D G DD0 0 oo Facts That Concern You ....u.19..fa.ui we receive .such con lderatMn : ., lowest coil : J.
without further delay.l The service buy anew

thought of our children wearinggas Ilrelioneb.uer ,
masks and fleeing for the ,.
protection of bomb shelters is I Ash for our Chonqeover

not a pleasant one. But even POlONIUM SPARK PLUGS # I

more grim and tertlble Is the Quicker sorting and i .
f\C i2FiQ ?\ FJLFill29tlti1 vision rif what could happen If I improved per

1SI W Et: flfI [bAN we continue to sit Idly by, making formance back.or your 5W..Mmoney SIZE 6.00-16
I no effort at defense or protection

absolutely at the mercy
ANSWERS of the first ruthless attack that
!'may be directed at us. ,

I Florida should ', future and look NOW Not rire loneConv > rr-hui it with
patented I IreMon* (..turnDippedcurd
QUESTION ANSWER beer's alcoholic con- i l hysterically or with undue alarm, y
: Because this
: WHY IS BEER CALLED body-selling at
THE tent is low. Temperate, moderate nations of the but rather, as a people Intelligent amazingly low pricrt/ Why take
BEVERAGE OF MODERATION world..and their people..prefer beer. enough and courageous enoughto chances with off-brand tires 1
face the facts and take the that carry neither the munufac
necessary steps that preparedness Hirer's name nor guarantee. t/1
The llrentone Convoy lire
QUESTION : DO BEER AND ALE ANSWER: Since re-legalization the brew- demands. 1I U priced ns low or lower. Let f :

REALLY Ing industry has bought 25.01)0,000,000) pounds us replace your snuHiih tires
AID THE FARMERS? of farm products. That has helped farmers... Youngest Eagle Scout today with n complete art,

during the depression years. LIFE .
Killed In AccidentDon I flrotont. CONVOY ,j
Y s car

QUESTION: JUST WHAT ARE BEER ANSWER: Beer is made vmentation a natural fer- II Adkins, Ji grandson of PROTECTORSwith 4.75/5.00-19 SIZECE__. 4.S- / LIFETIME I I -
K Adkins of L
from malted barley and Mr. and Mrs. J. .
AND ALE MADE OF other Trains process., hops, yeast, water. Nature makes Hampton, Wall killed Monday r!! GUARANTEE

beer. The brewer makes it good beer (and ale). morning, June 3, In a truck accident : 6.00/16 ( aJ EVEKY Firestone t r
near his home In Dundee.He .
was 13 years of age, was the I I Tire carries a ,
QUESTION $1,000,000( a Eagle Boy Scout in written lifetime r
: HOW MUCH DO BEER ANSWER: Beer contributes youngest ,
TAXES day... $400,000,000 a year..to help pay the America, and wan the son of 1 guarantee noc I :
CONTRIBUTE TO THE COST costs of government. .local state and federal. Mr. and Mrs lion Adklns of limited to 12,18 or

Of GOVERNMENT Everybody benefits from this contribution. Dundee., 24 months, but for .
I Funeral services were held at SAVEZ5 the lull life of the.

the grave In Santa Fe Cemeterynear lire without time !

QUESTION : DO BEER AND ALE ANSWER : Beer and ale have already made Hampton Thursday, June I f or mileage limit. I
MAKE million jobs. This employment is wWe- pr ad 6th with the Rev Johnson of the

JOBS FOR WORKERS all over the country. More than 100 other. First Baptist Church of Dundee, t,
industries benefit from beer and ale. the Rev f:. R. Mowers/ of Starke '

and the Rev C A Warren of t,II C1 E 6t ? 'jretone
Hampton officiating IntermentIn I
QUESTION : HOW IS THE BREWANSWER: The Brewing Industryj9Qdi<'eING !(I the cemetery followed I the fun-, *

ly on the retail A "..elf-r gula- oral! services. immediately The J': STANDARDy : t
INDUSTRY COOPERATING WITH tion"pan! to eel mlnat abuses has already I I boy Is survived by his parents ,, Alt YIICE t
LAW Into effect In a number or states in cooperation : I and II host of other''' ,. r/
ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS been" put grandparents! "''' $5.51 r1.41
ent authorities.Th1s I ,77 ,
with law enforce near relatives. 4.71, ....11 5.7. !
like to tell .
extended. We I .
plan is being the out-of-county per- |
Among $
interesting free .(;
It. Write for an I :
the funeral were: ,
Industrial lions attending
Booklet? United Brewers SlIlith'sGarage TIRE"v
Address: Stewart of Lakeland AND I' ,
YorkN.Y, Mrs. Maggie
40th Street,New I
19 East
Foundation 010
l ; Mr. and Mrs\ Anthony Mrs. ::: : : :

..(0 Bitt'" Jessie McThaslas, and R. J. Hollyof .
Mr. and Mrs. P.V.. listen to the Vole..f Firestoao with Richard Crooks. M.r...,.. Spooks ,
; ..eI the Firestone Sympkoay Orchestra under. the direction of Alfred ,

BEER... a beverage of moderation .:. o or Kelly Haven:and G. son B. and Jimmy C. B.of Adklns Winter WoUeasteln. ....."., evenings, ...r Nationwide N.i.C. Red Network. i .

0.s:: of Miami; Mrs. Ida Ragan. Mrs.' S.. Firestone Ckomplon Tires .t.d.l. the Firestone Factory : I
_' -a Pearl Elrod and daughter Janeof ..4 Exklbltlon lalldioej at the New York World' Fair. 3'
= <1. ..=.....-.-..,,=-- Starke, Florida "
-- --1 --- ,( fO\ Tlfton Ga. r t..
l V I i

1 ,

SL'tfKE'I 3Lkg
Four =
-- were afraid the Dunno who did It, but looked 'thud and grUnt
oil tother day Revenge Is bystanders and like W. P. Smith's
I back moughty
I SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. I sweet Isn't* it A. E. ? him" He all I I mother stage a might gas come attack, but Ed handwrltln to me . Scoop. TomCourtmanche BUrteJJ Scoop
been doctoring
'ays assured 'em she wouldn't Ever bear of a girl bein jealous &ad
_. I I life and that was the first Torode gOt te!: .
-- his ? Well I un- Jax
-- -- until the crowd dispersed of a dog tother de

W. I.. Blair Conducts Dottie Biggs Honored I Baptist \VMU Meeting I I chance Ha ba he'd, ha had. to. get J ">'even heard a Riddle: What does it prove when nerstand several little sub-sub- Wednesday's T.i' 'Rtlt:I..
off and leaves castln' envious glances
Was Held Monday NightThe and Dot Mother Skunk runs debs are
W. S. C. S. ProgramThe At Birthday Party good one on Bunny Kidd kiddies like that? Answer at Buddie Davis' pooch since Bud- Guess
went to a her tbat'li
Woman's Society of ChrIs- Little Miss Dottie Sue Biggs, regular business and program Sale .for. Seems Rivers they Bradley/ (used- : It proves the ole lady is a die built a aide-seat on his bicycle week So ,long du Ir qUit 0

tian Service of the Methodist attractive young daughter of Mrs. meeting of the Woman's I shower to-be-Hnndley) at the State Farm 1 1I skunk (Laugh--durn ya), for the pup ,, In the next

Church met Monday afternoon at E. L. Biggs and the late Dr. Missionary Society -of 'the Baptist tother day Lots Qf the houses I' Marjorie Sue Middleton and Kiss the boys goodbye, girls,
3:30: ( o'clock at the Church with Biggs, was the honored guest Church was held Monday I out there look almost alike and Betty Hayes are gettin' prematurely -I kiss the boys goodbye Our
the president, Mrs. W. B. Mid- Saturday when her mother en- night at the Church. I instead of gettin' in the right I I'I gray worry tn' over who National Guards go to Louisianain SAMPSON

dleton, In the chair. tertained at a luncheon and swim Following an inspiring .devo- 'place, they landed next door .1 I I'm Is! Little gals shouldn't a few weeks now, and with all By Etta: DST'
Mrs. Titus Olson had charge ming party In celebration of her tional service led by the president mm unsuspecting they breezed bother their pretty little heads this war talk goin' on, a few of Fat

of the devotional service, using seventh birthday anniversary. Mrs. A. :M. Darby Mrs. V. 'I Inside and sat chattin to a over such things Now you the boys are beglnnin' t6 wonder Mr. and Mrs A v
as her subject, "Onward and Up- Summer flowers were used In H. Cardin presented the programon strange lady for five or ten minutes two run on out and play Jus' when and IF, they're corn- I'visited their son JeW.'p'
ward:' decorating the large living room the Missionary work In Africa I before It dawned on them Seejaaround :town: Mina (Man- in' back .. Unneratand a high of Ocala Sunday ',

Mrs. William Blair had charge and dining room for this delight Assisting Mrs Cardin were I that they were In the wrong assa) Grady in the box office of up officer (jokingly, of course) I Mr. and Mrs. E D
I of the program and presented ful affair Mrs. Jerry Moore. wh. discussed I home .' Swell plot for a "most the Ritz Sattldy night lookin told 'em tbey might be away : visiting In Palatka Jots
}p Mr*. L. !P'. :.Smith, who gave In Dottle Sue and her little. "Beginning In Africa" and Miss I embarrassing! moment eon teet I II. more natural than natural considerably more than the I Mr. and Mrs SUllda1'
)"' interesting detail the life and friends were seated at the dinIng Clyde Nelle Thomas, who gavea I. I Little Sammy Klckllter settin' scheduled two ,weeks .. Don't Starke were Fate B
work of Miss Nannie E. Holden. room table, which was covered talk on "Peruervering In 1 "Well, you asked for itr magazines while Aunt Vida goes take It o seriously. girls here Thursday visiting ft,
beautiful lace cloth. 'I ;
Miss Holden stated the speaker, with a Africa." That's what Mrs. John Uglow I to the store for a loaf of bread, Jus an Idle rumor, no doubt Mrs. ParrL'h eienaaa
the large Lewis
table was
41' is known as.the 'Texas-Mexico Centering cake the decorated In pink Concluding the program Mrs said to R. F. CJark totber day as: and doing a good Job ,of It too no doubt dren are MJ:
Her work In Texas birthday S. K. Sparks offered a prayerfor him cab- talk than I've visiting ,
i ? Missionary and seven burnIng she graciously handed a J I. More sales The new regulation bowling Jacksonville
and blue holding this
and Mexico, particularly the candles in blue holders. world understanding of bage pie! Seems she bad of-,: heard in a long, long time alleys at Klngsley Lake are goin'over week.
'' organization of schools, ;.10 -outstanding. pink Christianity In the face of war. light'plant I the Spotlight Sat- 1 Mrs. Lem Brown and!
fered to bake our popular J Big crowd at BOn,
fern was artistically All 'the
Maiden-hair with bang ard and
The business session presidedover Mann
Of Hart- Goodge
' superintendent a bit tidy night Hear the ,
.I placed around the cake. Tiny by the president Immediately ]I smot set congregates to Mr and Mrs.
During the business meeting;, baskets, holding pink and blue pastry and asked what kind he'dlike manna plan an expansion program young Jack Goo a
h which was presided over 'by 'the mints and white place cards, I followed the program.Recipes to have '. Thinkln' he'd to get ready for the expected toss away at the tenpins these day.Miss

president, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd marked the places for the guests. I, -- ------.- --- -------. kid her a little, he said "Cab I I rush If the Army camp long summer evenings I'm Doris Goodpe of J
?y transacted the duties of the secretary Favors were miniature doll carriages bagel"! Imagine his surprise I(I develops gradually gettln' atoop-Gftiould- spent a few days w.ts; hat
in the absence of Mrs. E.M which may later be worn several days later when she pres- Sorry to hear that little Julia ered from trying to lift those and aunt, Mr anc lira,
L. Williams. 'as ,harms.: ented him with a luffly-lookln' I Lawson burned herself pretty bad new* regulation bowls which must Brown, recently

The president asked the secretary :Airs. Biggs was assisted in pie, and what do you think the the other day Seems she was weigh just a shade this side ofa Mr. and Mrs Ray GoO
r h to write a letter to Mrs serving by her mother, Mrs. O. -- --------- --- fillln' was-Cabbage! of course i helping wash the dishes, reached ton Dorothy Green handles Maxvllle and Dock warp

Frank Robinson, wife of the pas J. Griffin, and Mrs. H. C. Rltch. Plain Cake Not to be outdone, Mr. Clark for a cloth: and upset a pot of 'em like a veteran, though Starke visited Mi sad( jJ:
tor, thanking her for her splendid About 2:30: o'clock the young M F, Brown is noted for ate the pie and said it was great I hot water Here's wlshln' Others are learnln': Lil Stern- V Varnew Mondav
' I e work in the community -andalso folk went to the Diggs' cottage her Mrs.good plain cake. It Is almost Hmmmm Always heard i I you all the luck that a smart berg, Patsy Roberts, Helen Dowl-
"a for leaving the parsonage In on Kingsley Lake for a swim. like the old-fashioned pound Mrs. Uglow was a marvelous 'little girl deserves, Julia ling, Juanita Phillips Grace Mr. and Mrs. CA Fu"
such good condition. The secre Nine little girls were Invitedto cake but It is much smaller. In cook But didn't know she Sign In the postofflce: "Get Green, among the _many All son, Mack, G. M S:Btnaal
tary Is also to express on behalf enjoy the day with Dottie Sue. fact Ita\ almost a 1-2 lb. cake. could make cabbage taste good Heady for Hitler-Come Out and that some of us can manage, Joe Sistrunk spent SundiT
of the Missionary Society, the appreciation L We've had several requests for -pie, or no pie Skeet Shoot Thursday Afternoon"More +.though Is to wobble up to the Tallahassee with !Lr acll

for the Improvements:; Starke Young People Invited']' this recipe and we are certainly An' while we're on the subject war propaganda eh? j l i,alley drop the bowl with a dull y, C. Futch.
made in the parsonage. Pow i.
unnerstand Billy
,- To Attend BYPUThe glad to print It. Mrs. Brown pastry- .
Plans were also made for never makes a failure using it. ell bakes an awfully fltten black- ',,
welcoming the new minister, the Senior Baptist Young 1-2 pound butter berry pie Some gals have
Rev. ir. A. Spencer, who with his all the luck Dot not only
People's Union has extended an 1 and Heven-etghts cups sugar
wife, la expected to arrive the but blackberry pie
got a man, a
Invitation to young people (two cups sugar less 1 tablespoonand
latter of this week. What .
part to boot a bargain
through 24 yeArs of age to meet Mrs. Brown says that It Is
Sunday night In the Baptist I absolutely necessary to measure Nat and Mrs. Nat back from
IN FOR THH rOUNTY IIHAOFOIIU JtlWJK'H C O U COURT N V V, Church, beginning at 7:30: o'clock, the sugar accurately). the Shrine convention in Mem-I To Our Friends
KI.OMIUA to take part In the Union activities 4 eggs. phis, allowin' as how they had a
Notice |h. hereby divert that a.
nuardlan of Hnlph I>, Hemingway, The subject for next Sun- 2 cups sifted cake flour. mighty swellatlous time Got
Ntllla. H. Hrinliigwny. and MarthaA. day night, is "Alcohol Dulls the 1-4 'teaspoon baking powder to hob nob with Harold Lloydan'
will U"mlnlJway-on July 17th, UfO unclernlirncl, apply to Mind" 2 tablespoons water. all that sort of thing ,
the County ,Judgr fit aforesaid "Alcohol Dulls the Mind" will i 1 teaspoon vanilla or lemon ex Nat sez some of his well-meanin
county for authority to nail at
private sate| and convey the several be studied from scientific and i friends tried to pass him off as
In Intermit and to of above the following named minor dwrlbrd > moral standpoints, and Miss tract.Cream butter and sugar to- Harold, and had everybody in a Of Bradford County:

lots In Bradford County, Gladys Johnson ,has the first discussion gether thoroughly; add four eggs big Memphis restaurant craning
Florida Lot ,7 tir and wit 8 :of Block t*. Orig "Stolen .Brains." one at the time, to, the creamed their necks to see the famous
inal Town of SIArk"l being the The second talk will be by mixtuie. Add the two cups of comedian '. Even: went so far
In Houlh Sec.61'28(,, fret 1 II Block J., Mice Fannie Sllcox, "John Bar- flour gradually and add 1.4 tea- that he had to get up an' take a
Twp. South,
lUnf. We Invite You To Attend Our
22 Fast leycorn's Work." upoon..baking powder to the last bow The resemblance Is
an giiarillitn., Nelll Louise) Ilemlnirway 6-14 4t 7-S, Miss Doris Crews, group captain four. Add water and flavoring.Bake slight, but enough to have a lot
will lecture on "The Declineof In a small angel food of fun. Nat sez ,
THREE MINUTE RELIEF Self Control," and Miss Eloise cake pan In an oven of 300 de- Powell Carpenter and Lonnie Money Saving Sale Beginning
Three minutes after you take Bullock will discuss "The Chris grees for the let forty-five min- Vining say their wives behavedso
Blama-Rex to relieve acid-indiges tian Exercise Self-Control." utes and then turn to 350 and well on their recent trip to

.tion, you will feel 1 better. Bisma- The final discussion will be cook 13 or 20 minutes longer !Washington, that they'll take 'em Friday Morning At 8:30: A. M.!
Rex goes to work promptly and by George Silcox, "The Only along on their next vacation if
keeps right on working for prolonged Safe Course." .All legal blank. promissory: they keep up the good record I
relief Blsma-Rex acts The program will be closed bya notes, retain title noted. carried Don't' feel like a social out,
four ways to relieve acid-Indiges- reading "The Story of the Old In stock by the Bradford County cast If you didn't rate the dunce
tion. Buy a bottle of 50 doses Decanter," by Miss Crews. I Telegraph. given by Quartermaster Reserve WE' HAVE HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS THAT

for 60c at the Rexall, Drug StoreCarpenter's Officeda at' the Legion Hall the
Drug .Store, .in other Saturday night After WILL SA VEj YOU, FRQJU TO 50 PERCENT 0.V
Starke I dallstreet all. with 85 strange men to be *
Carolyn taken care of. 'sno wonder they PURCHASES MADE DURING THE SALE. COME

didn't Invite more stags, or even
NEW HI-do, folks 'Sbeen a mos' WAVED their hands without any I of our more demure damsels

l.ow EMatrrlees amusing week. Remember the"shorts" ill effects Every time the car I backed out at the last minute
trouble coupla years approached a truck-the horn after accepting bids I hear .
On All back? Well, there'll be no trouble would do it all over again Can't imagine why Never This Is The Greatest
WorkAT thin year, but they get discussed Was SHE embarrassed! saw a more high type or well behaved Bargain
just the same. It's disgracefulto Alice said it gave its best per- bunch of men than they
hear the business men's opinions formance back
coming through were .
FRED. !. of shorts-as compared to Gainesville's Main Street, though! Sorry I can't come through Event Bradford County Has
KRICKS their wives'! And
'soutrageous to "Tripped over one birthday this with a cat tale this week, buthere's
FURNITURE HOSPITAL hear their reasons! ., Who
i week, thanks to Marconi's use a skunk tale that Isn'thalf
J started the objecting, anyhow? ful little Invention < That Is ta bad. If you know whatI Had In Many Years. Don't For-
positive it wasn't the
11""lIIIn''WWUI''IWIIWI''NI''UIII'.IIIII'IUIIIiIIIN'"WIIIN' '' '' / say Tax Collector E. W Hayes mean The' editor tells me
boys .' celebrated his "sixteenth" Tuesday I I that mammy skunk with five

:fta'lr'rj.1 'Hear Freddie! Wimberly's undaunted congratulations, Mr, H little sklnks nonchalantly crossedthe get That Prices Are Advancing
pursual of that 111\ Cas- road on the northwest side

Sprnk A Silent anova-at-Carpenter's was voiced I Reading the pro and con discussion of the lake Sunday afternoon ,
I' over the airways when three of of shorts (the wearable A cnr stopped to look and Mrs.
Languageof / her girl-friends Every Day Because Of Un-
r requested "You kind) in the Telegraph this week, Skunk went to one side, while
Darlln for the Variety Musical the babies backed off the other
Beauty! reminds me ota, good one Powell
Parade, signed Freddie's name to Carpenter tells on himself side of the road Soon other
of Love It, and dedicated It to Mlkey Seems ,they had a very sour-vis- cars began stopping and several settled World ConditionsWE
1 Dew Mike says the radio aged cook at one time and it was wives had a hard time stopping
of SympathyFOR was right in his ears when it was Powell's greatest ambition In life their hubbies from taking one of

announced, and It was so sudden to see her crack a real big smile the cute little tricks home for a
EVERY FLORAL It nearly knocked him down fine
But she never did until, re- pet They say they're HAVE EVERYTHING
NEED, CALL There were plenty of people in turning to prepare supper late mousers and are awfully nice to THAT WOMEN, MEN

the drugstore, too Well, its one afternoon, she caught'glimpse a have around the house if you AND CHILDREN
AIRS. I... O.POWELL the popular, handsome men who of Powell working have them de-skunked Mrs. WEAR. ALL GOODS ARE NEW
have tha troubles ''the' Taylor had a 'specially hard time
Young swains-about-town approve That's all It took to make ole keepln' Irvin from takin the THE MANUFACTURER
of the new NYA office In sour-puas bust out In the biggest whole bunch home He
Phone 1Z3-J more ways than 'one The horse laugh of her career wanted all five! Some of the

Telegraph Service main reason for unmarried ap- .. Powell says he would have
,''IIIO""II.II"nll"II""II."I1I"' "" "'' mtii'imiimmHii"" '(' I peepers owned b y secretary,I to glad to see her break down RITZ I
i Joyce Rahn, Good grief, 'I and smile ,

should quiet be keepln this thing Marguerite Garner back from THEATRE Sale. Prices Are Cut To The
; competition's strong a. Loosiana and
glad to get a good
nuff now (Sigh.) night's sleep again .. Seems STARKE FLORIDA

Here's a good un: When Mrs. she visited right across the street Core. See Or Ask For Our 'Circular
Long and Mrs. Carpenter were from where 70,000 National I PRO Q R

back In their Gawga home-town, Guardsmen and regular Annyltes Today and Saturday
Rome newspaper snoop n'otlced were going through an orgy of DOUBLE FEATURE
the attention little Tommy was military training Says that I "1.\"'LESS VALLEY"with < Quoting New Low Prices
getting from both ladUsv and
armored tanks and prancjng
Geo. O' rleft, Kay. Sutton
w described Mra' $ las "the little boy horses paraJeJ" fcy'I her ,window and ;
with two mothers"l! Now all night long So now she ,
"THE :MAN WHO WOULDN'T .' .-, 9! ." >,' ; ''ffie-r
why oh why, didn't I think of knows what Is like and //YUWuYwpNIWXINx ,
I that? Sherman wasn't far off the track, Lloyd Nolan Jean Roger PRESENT
she allows THIS COUPON
'Got another good one on Alice Part 12 of "The Shadow"
Anderson Jus' can't keep her An' speaking of war, the fever
out of this column Bet right Is already beginning to get in its Sun. Mon.-June 23-24 FOR ADDITIONAL
now there's a lot of WPA workers deadly work around these parts Tyrone! Power Dorothy

"Of eoura., they'll HELP thinking she's the biggest Myrwln Long dreamed the Lurnour Starring in TEN PERCENT DISCOUNT 1
/Will o r- I flirt, to look so decent other night that Hitler bombed "JOHNNY APOLLO"Also
.ME 0 good, Here's tha explanation: last week, Starke and all us little Callstreeters Selected Short Subject DURING THIS SALE
.OBJ.J FOUCYl" Alice was on her way to Archer, were huddled in the I
SmUt LafM OIL 'Torreal and she hadda take all that rough Baptist Church Or was It Tuesday Nlftt Only June 25 IIsmtOwnfap5lpa5N=, _11 ,''m N : '_ ___ T A,
protection-. detour through there Well, UNDER the church? Anyway "A RILL OF Dn'ORCEI I !
Turn you af.pa every time her car hits a hard you get the idea And J MENT" I ,
in THIS_ JJtmctienl"HAROincWALL bump, or gets a sudden shot of K, L. Molpus recently! enjoyedthe 1 With Manreen O'Hara Ailolph 11Ilf'Iljou I
I III gas the horn toots appealingly, distinction of shooting five Fay UiUnter ALEXANDER
whether you want it to or not I Germans Bang bang bang! Cartoon and "Passing Parade" & COMPANYSTARKE
II I And it never missed a chance bang bang Jus' like that Bargain Night-AiluIU IScVed. :

while passing the little separated (via a dream, of course) I \ .. Thur*.;'June 26-27
bunches of workers along the ,Think I'll eat a lotta ham and '
GENERAL liY00[ 4NSUgAN( road The thing invarlbly.did .baked beans late tonight an' see J Annn Neagle! in- Kay Mlllaml FLORIDA

HAVE its beat honking when it came If I can't assassinate Hitler .1+| "IRF.NE"Abo
to a group of the workers I Hear tell that A. E. Wall got !i Clinton's Orchestra
I An' thas not all: the men took a great kick outta glvln Larry
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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and :i I Mr. and Mrs\ T. J. Griffin Friends!' of Gordan C. Irwin, NOTICK OF APPMCAT1O1KOK +
. I are'' TAX EKU ,
children have returned to their [.visiting their son-in-law a Jr., son of Major and Mrs O. C. c"..n<. Mill No. 1413) :
home after spending the past ten Dr. and Mrs. CC..
daughter '
----- Irwin of New York City, and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
-.- --=--- I I II days in Jacksonville with rel Mendoza, In Jacksonville. Friends i That U (I. Powell of TcOrtlflrat
=-- Dinkins spent Sat- Dr. and Mrs L.. 11. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns spent! atives. of Mr. Griffin will to learn grandson of Mrs. P. H. Managua No. IRS hid Autrunt 2. I I ,
... F and family left Monday for a I Wednesday afternoon in Gaines. regret of Starke, will be Interested to laze and Certificate No. Ill of t 1 \
waucbula. that ho is ill. July 4. 19Z7. linn filed wild <;ertif -
yIp trip to points in Illinois and Iowa. Wile Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow learn that he was graduated from Ira ton. In my office and mad application 'f
fur tax deed to l Issue
-;;; ;; spent Sunday spent a few days recently in: Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner Virginia Military Institute in thereon In accordance with law. 1 ,k I
It. relativ Mrs. W. B. Sewell is spending Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lexington, Va., last Wednesday. Hald certificates I embrace
with Carpenterof Jacksonville with their son-in-law were in Hastings Sunday for lowing( denritbed tt'.rt.1tt tIn t I
atkllOl1vUle sometime in Leeaburg with Madison were dinner guests I and daughter: Mr. and Mrs R. |the celebration of the judge's174th Gordan, accompanied by his I llradford County, Florida to- I
Glen Wood spent her sister, Mrs.. J. D. Cottrell.A. Monday night of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDowell., birthday anniversary at the mother and sister, Miss Jean Irwin win 'i
and btre SR'4 of "W'_ See, X Tp. 7 R.
P will visit Mrs Manussa In
r afternoon In Gainesville. Carpenter.Mrs. home of his daughter Mrs. Z. J. tt R., 40 Acre. In embraced
oy E. Wall Jr., has returnedto C. C. Hoppe of Tampa spent Roberts. Four generations of July. under. Certificate. No :252: and ,
after W.4 of tll'1nf\' 8Kt4 Beo. 27 Tp. \'I''I'R.
Jordan of Oviedo Is a here Nina Lipford of Green the week-end here with Mrs. descendants were with Judge S S. IL !2 E.. 20 Acre, .la embraced '
'(Ward thin week of N. T. with Mr. and Mrs W. L. Wall. Cove Springs was the guest Monday -'I Hoppe and their son Jimmy, who Gardiner on this happy occasion. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lindsay under The' certificate amwHiiment No.of 221.said property ,. '
Nest ---- and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. 'are house guests of Mr and Mrs. and !ton. Charles, of Wlnslon- under. the said certificate laiued : i
n. W. P. Smith attended a meet- H. A. Bishop. O. L. Ueaaley. I Salem. N. C., were guests Monday were In the name an follow, town l'I 'I I
Friends of Mrs. J. W, White
: certificate No. 851 waa sasea-
Ing of the Rosin Barrel Association of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter
Regi5ter has returned I I will be glad to learn that she la Hed In the name of Unknown and
reemans business trip to Blrmlng- In Waycross. Ga., last week. Mrs. W. E. Middleton left yes Mrs.: Attie Lamar returned" to! Improving after being 111 for the en route to Jacksonvilleto Cnrtlflcat of J. K. Kutch.Itnlemi No. .22} was In the name t.,

end. terday for Washington, D. C., her home In" Quincy today after past several weeks and that she attend the newspaper circulation Hi>'M certificate. shall be '
AiL where she will visit her sister I enjoying a'week's visit here with managers' convention. Mr. redeemed according to law tae t [
Is enjoying a visit with her son deed will Imiue thereon the 20th.
Po Moore and Mrs.Tuesday Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adkins Mrs. Mae Jones. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss and daughter-in-law. Mr. and and Mrs. Lindsay and Charles day of July A. D. 1 140.t \'
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In and family have moved to their Luclle Mitchell will remain for a three weeks' Dated this 19th day of Jun. A, t: "
spent Mrs G. C. White, In Tallahassee. D into ;'
B.undy summer cottage o n Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall visit with Mr and Mrs. Car- (OFFICIAL' flEA J.) A. J. Thomas 11

nvme.-_ Lake. and family left Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crews and Friends-f Kruse penter. I Clerk County,of Plorlde.Circuit Court 8., "Rrsdford Gt T-19< ;' ',;: "I'

-t. H. Young has returned Norfolk, Va., where they will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hudson of Jr., will be Interested to learn
f. l visit with relatives In Roscoe McClane of Gainesville make their home. Jacksonville were week-end guests that he moved to Miami two \
a was a recent guest of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns weeks ago and has accepted em- ( \!

luonvUle. '_ Mrs. J. E. Wilson at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Wl P. Randall at Kingsley Lake. ployment with the Cliff and HOTEL LEAMINGTON i

-fliers of Le 9lmr* isguest Lake. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I Bailey Company there. Ills address

Jacob this week of Mr.. and Alvarez at Kingsley Lake spent I Mrs. Vonda Inman, l.il Vonda Is 3014 S. E. 5th Street, N. E. 1st Street at Biscayne i Boulevard
Mrs. A. C. Durden of Tampa Tuesday In Jacksonville. Inman, and little Janet Inman I Miami.
i Guy Sale. I Is the guest of her 'son-in-law and ,will attend ..the Florida State I __ Overlooking Hay front Park and Biscayne Hay

-,, Rev Charles H. Allen la daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry-'! Fraternal Congress convening In Friends of Dr. and Mrs. BryantS. Opposite Union Hus StationMIAMI.
this week at a boys' Beasley. man spent Sunday In Sanford, 'Ocala on June 20. I Carroll of Jacksonville will be

ding Miami where they attended the annual Interested) to learn that they are FLORID \
np near Mr. and Mrs. D. B. White of Methodist Conference. I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Molpun hadas announcing the arrival of a son,

w S. Stroman has re- Fernandina are guests of Mrs. --- their guests Sunday Mr. and I born Friday. June 14, In Riverside One hock From Shopping District And Amusements i
.jrs Jacksonville? .where White's mother, Mrs. P. H Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith of Mrs. Clark Mattheson of Lake Hospital. The young man (
,ed visited from relatives. ManastJa.I Tallahassee Is the guest of her |City and Mr. and Mrs Jan E. I has been!' named Bryant S. Car- SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER I )

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mlxon of Olustee. roll Jr.Friends. J I ll;'
I I I Single Room with Hath-91.50\ ; Double Ihxun with Hath-$%.OO I
Mary Willard and Bobby Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Mrs. J. P. Warren. -

iri Auburndale are visiting: Mr.I Stump and Mrs. Charles H. Allenspent I I Mr. and Mrs O L. Beasleyand of Julia Ellene Lawson II \II'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL \
Mrs R. A. Green and children will to learn that she Is ,
Mrs p. S. Crews., Wednesday afternoon in guests, Mrs. C C. Hoppe regret .,
I, Gainesville.Mrs spent Sunday in GalneHVllle I I and son Jimmy moved Wednesday suffering from Injuries received ,

and Mrs. L. A. Davis' with Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. to the Klncaid-Beasley cot. when she was accidentally' burned ';

jjr ed today to their summere D. P. Carpenter and guest, and Mrs. y, A. Harris. tage on Kingsley Lake Monday afternoon. She wall wash-I t
Kingsley Lake Charles Lindsay, Jr., and Mrs. 1 Ing dlshoa and turned'
en T. T, Long spent Wednesday in' Miss Ruby Lilley left Tuesdayfor Mrs Annie Schell of Lake Butler kettle of boiling water, burningher I BARBECUERODEO I

the James Crews, of Miami, Jacksonville a tour through the Western was the ,guest last week of shoulder, arm and back. I ,

vUlttoK! his' uncle and aunt. states. While away she will visit Mrs. W. J, Epperson and Mrs. G. I'
and Mrs. P. S. Crews. Mrs. J. C. Garner and son, relatives in California. A Anderson at the Kpperson: cottage Friends of Mrs. Berney Horn AND WILD

Johnnie, returned Saturday froma on Kln sley Lake. of Klngsland, Ga., will regret to f
Xt.and W. L. Wall and month's visit' with relatives in Congressman R. A. Green spent I learn that she Is confined to the WESTKINGSLEY :
E. Wall Jr. have returned Leesvllle, La. Sunday In Lake Butler with his Mrs. S. C, Carnell and two Folkaton Hospital In Folkston

er a stay at Hot Springs Ark. mother Mrs. W. H Green, and ,I I sons Gene and Coibin, of Or- Ga, following a major operation. I
Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr, and sister Mrs. R. S. Johns. 1 mond are spending two weeks I Mrs. Horn will be rememberedhere BEACH :

A. Green and childrene daughter, Mary Sue, spent Monday here with :Mrs. Carnell's parents as Miss Oviedo Thomas! ,
Mrs. in Jacksonville. They were Mrs. M. M. McGee and daughters /, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mallory -
returned from Washington Misses Lettle and Marie McGee of Starke. =
little ::1.
C. They Congressman were accompanied Green, accompanied Permenter, who home Is by visiting Mary Oolly I of Stu'mt. are guests of Mr Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles of JULY 4th I' f
me by ,
I and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. Miami were guests lust week of
o remained here until Tuesday.: Sue.BOWLING. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, BENNY'SGrocery A Fine Program Ha llii Amuijtrd Throughout the Day : I'
Mrs. E. J. Dowling and son, I route to their summer homein 1'/l
en And a Crowd of Ten Ttuumnnd I* Kxpr'rtml. <'OIBNO:
Ernest Dowling, Jr., spent Monday Little Switzerland N C. & Market KICINO rt>,- WIIOIJS FAMILY. There Will lie Fun F"or11 \ ItI It- .
Ocala with
and Tuesday in I tI
who is employedthere. Pearce of Lake SPECIALS. For Friday & ,
Mr. Dowling Mrs. Bail PI.KNTY: ()It' HKATINd: CAPACITY -
i i1'ew Worth and Misses Helen and and Saturday Only I '
IS A REAL SPORT Dorothy Ellen Steele of Gainesville SHOW STARTS at 10 A. HL Wlth Nwernl llorw' KareImiiMxIliilHy : : :

Mrs. Sam Anderson nnddaURh- were weekend guests of 10 Pound After Lunrh There' -Will Hot K1DINO of I
There's nothing
sirl! l "
r ter, Janet, and son, Lyle, and Mr. and Mrs. W B Mundy. 45c BUCKING IIOItNRH AND MUIJCH, RIDING AND Itl'LLI 'i : I
like seeing the old ball Miss Jean Davis sport Friday In SUGAR >OG
spinning down the alley Archer with relatives. They Friends of, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. I 20 IJ>. Suck EVKNTS :
were accompanied by Miss Betty and family will be Interested 1"
rticn the crash of the pins FLOUR 75c
I rand I Stone, who spent last week here to learn that they moved The \\"nnrr.'m Itecelve Prl/M-Thrre Mill lie llundMiwlo +

you chalk up another as the guest of Miss Davis. I Wednesday Into their new two- I KoH4. >
spike! It's fun! And It'sa story Colonial home on Walnut I Hun.. There Ulll) Its A TltlX'HI4) OK HOUSES HOLD : '
3 For 25c ,
: Peaches -
healthful exercise' In the After enjoying a vacation in Street. a, ON THIS GUOVNI .
New York City and at the I
bargain I World's Fair, Merton Clark son I I Mr. amt 'Mrs: C. II: Registerand Pound 'See and Hear TKXVS: KOY, Ute YODKIJNU: ('0\\ nov I

1 of Mr. and Mrs. R F. Clark of; children. of Tallahassee and STEW BEEF 12'/2C' Itiulr I t 'rn SinkingWith, Ouitar. Also Illn Fiunou
Starke has just shipped on the Mr and, Mrs, C. II. Register Sr., Trick' Home I
Standard Oil Esso line, aboard I I, of Lake Butler were guests Mon- Quart
the M. S. Prometheus, with South I day night of Mr. and Mrs H. A. Salad Dressing COME: RAIN OK SHINK, RAIN AND HIIINK -

KINGSLEY LAKE American ports as destination I Lawson.
He was formerly employed by I II I' and I0t sl/.e AdntissltaU: AlullJatOo ('hlldr..n 25o !

I the Socony-Vaccum Co. of New I Marjorie Sue MUJIeton returned Relish Spread (fond Mute, Lunch. with 11.11200 Cold: DrlnUn. for Main

.I York on (heir S. S. Atlas.Cent'aWord". I II Friday to her. home the in j All For 25c
I Jacksonville after spending
NAT SEZ: I I I three weeks here with her Sponsored By Boree BrothersNOW'S
I II Dr. and Mrs. W. E. j i
Amongst the artllen lout. in our I I Mlddleton.grandparents 1 _. "

store this. i wt week are one I
t xF Q Lulled umbrella silently used ones FOR SALE CHEAP 000\ ten- -;;;IMlZatfleld; : ;;
tracts for strawberry ,I Mr. I
s dress slightly worn" one pair of acre week.
150 anklets; and a small Scarn growing. Easy Improved terms.or Harrell unim .'end had Mr.as and their 1 1Irll.guests. H. E.lust Hatfield THE TIME TO BUY YOUR TIRES ...
proved. "
Roebuck check. I can't wear and
S. C.
Moncks Corner,
Fla. Jr. of
Edwards, Lawtey ,
the dress or the anklets and I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stone and

have an umlm-llit: that JmtleavW FOR SALE-Farm tools and daughter of Tifton. Ga. '
the check and It don't fit household l goods; 1 50 Iron posts,, -- Prices Slashed !

either.So 20c each Box 312 Starke Mrs. R M Griffin and chil .
If have nursed any of Dawson and
you -- --- dren. Mrs. D. B.
them Item plewo call for them, LOST--At Kingsley Lake, brown. children and Miss Mary Griffin,, I
never mind the reward. Chow dog female. all of St. Petersburg are spending
Sistrunk, Starke. It two weeks In the A. H. John ': SAFETY GRIP STANDARD

WANTED--agents to sell to colored cottage on Santa Fe Lake List
I 1.I..t I'rhMal.. I'rlce I'rh-e Sale Price

Brooker.trade from Hampton Starke Waldo Law., Mr. "and Mrs". B. Muiphreeand .50-21 ___ __ $10.25 $7.18''* '.10-,1.50-21. $7.68 $;).76'*'
tey, Edward, of Pa- ,.75-5.00.19 1.83t 587*
,, Highland, Keystone Heights,, son, James .1-19; .VV JO..15 7.32
1))' Write guests Sunday of Mr, 11JO 7.91*' 5.25-5.50-18 9.15t 6.16'*'"
and surrounding towns. latka were 5.2.17; ______ -
Immediately.Itp. and Mrs. V B. Harrell. James 8J)9) 5.25-5.50-17 ,. 9.60 7.20.
Box 223 Starke, 5.00-19 ___ ____ -
r Edward remained with Mr and 5.25-IR ___n___ 12.20' .5t. 6.00.16 --_ --- 10.46 7.A5: *

9 e SALE-14-foot boat. Also Mrs. Harrell until Tuesday night. 5.50.16 ________ 12"'O R.6R* tllf'fo" t..I..1n .loeludea trade-In of old tire
I boat building done to order. Mr. -and Mrs-- Thomas F. Grainy 5.50-17 ________ 12.ROr 8.96: White Hidail" Available l In 8.00-111 !Sue:

Call at Mrs. Ollie Marr's for who have spent the past several 6.00-16 -------- 1 13,701',7095h1' 10J 0J.9,17' Guaranteed 15 Months
1:. further Information. C. H. Jenk weeks In Atlanta, G-were weekend .I 6.25.16 _____:__ !)

r ins, boat builder Box 133 guests of Mrs. Grady's 6.50-16 -- ----- 16.95t II.S7: $1.50 For Your Old Battery On

I Starke. Up mother Mrs P. H. Manassa, Mrs. 7.)0.IS() _______ IR.70t 13.09

FOR SALE-- ten acre farm with Grady remained for a longer visit. I 7.00-16 ..---..- 19.20t 13.H* A New Guaranteed WIZARD

bearing pecan trees one-half I Mrs.-O L. Beasey acco 1'lteforo fnule. -In richrdro... trade-In 01 old the
from Starke at a bargain. I SUPER POWER
mile Mrs. A
month. J. panled by her mother, "'hlte "ldall" Available In "
Pay like rent by the *''P I C. Durden of Tampa, spent Sun- Larger Sites Shown 51 Over lud Plates
JUST ARRIVED 1 1 1A H. Manning. day In Albana Ga., where they

of FOR SALE- Polan-Chlna pigs, attended the funeral services of, Guaranteed 2 Years Guaranteed. ,2 Years : J .
y.k shipment < -- ,
Mary J -
ulster. Mrs.
months old, from litter Mrs. Durrten's ,
three Your > ,
NYLON HOSIERYMade of twelve.strain. Are Lucian world Coder Cham; Ella Lord.. -.-- DeLUXE'" Wa>! 1$8".6"O.q$7 eVV OldAnd 4 4u..t

pion Johns Price sale Price
is enjoyinga
ltpSTRAYEDSeveral Calvin
Mrs. .
Holeproof Fla.
weeks' vacation with rela $5s5r; $6.05.
two ".50-4.75-5.00-20
head of stock Mo. She left for
', They look better and wear various marks and tives in Senath and was accom- ..to..50.21 ______ 9.22' 6.45'*

l longer. Try one pair, you cattle brands of but all are branded A panied Missouri by Sunday her two nieces, Margaret .. n_ ___ !9:101) 6.58. 45 Plates
t will b e agreeably sur- metal tags in ears Georgia Gilpin and Only
T and have and 5.50-16 __ 10.951'; 7.6'1.
prised. Federal Bangs In- I
denoting leading nephew Glen Gilpin. 525550.18 10.9Rt 7.69"
Information ----- -
Bpection. 00
will be appreciatedand B. Carden and grand I 5.25.5017 11.521" SOG'e
to recovery Mrs --- --
f4V $1.15HOLEPROOF any expends! in connection daughter. Annie Kate Laramore,I 6.00-16 ____nn__ 12.a..t 8.79* ,
will be gladly paid.A. Dawson Georgia, have Visit Our Store And See
therewith Stark Fla. both of the past two I 5.25-5.50.19- ______ 13.1.t 9.20. ,
J. Thomas, been the guests I
\ 8-14 3tMALE weeks of Mrs Garden's son and 6.00.17 __ ___ ._ 1J.59: 9.5.* The Many Other Items '

20-25: daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 6.2:>-6.50-16 15.251; 10.68" I -
HELP Carden here. That Have Been Reduced 't'
II. \
travel ; Van : -
I men free and able to -.-- tneforo trad..ln .'ndudr" trrs.i. f; ln 01 old tire

& I In territories of Melrose Starke,Green I'a-,: Mr.-and Mrs. Clarence Nuss-I, Guaranteed 18 Months; For This Sale ''I'I' X
and s
latka. Waldo ] bam. of Jacksonville, Mr.
I Cove etc to work with manager Williams and Mr.' and t

HOSIERY; I making demonstrations. ] Mrs. Jack, Lawrence of Griffin, STORE
expenses, !
-- Traveling guaranteed and Salary living, bonus.Beck&i icommlsKlon. of Ga.,Perry Mr. ,and Fla.Mrs.were L. Lawrence ween-end, I' i I: f

Ask for Mr. St. guests of Mr and Mr B. Jacobsat Y. S. ST. JOiIY. Owner
Sternberg's at Starke Hotel Starke; their summer home at Kings- I
Palatka; or Box
James 3252, Jacksonville.Hotel 6-J4 3tp ley Lake, for a family ? 4



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IFARMERS' SECTION I Japanese Beetles I LIVE STATE NEWS PARDON Tallahassee BOARD,-The IN State SESSION Pardon Million Dollar ';.

Trapped In State Board. opening a four-day session Highway Soon
Show Pests SpreadThe faced clemency appeals from To Be

dreaded Japanses beetle Washington,-The cost of the Leesburg. The watermelon Ninety-six of the applicants are Chairman
COMMON SENSE. HOUSEHOLDVEGETABLE ervatlon life termers while four are under James w
1939 cons last week
baa been found in Florida. Discovery agricultural market became weaker of the Pe

NEW SOURCES OF CASH SALADSA of two beetles each at program was estimated by the with prices running from $200 to sentence of death. Sentenced to and State Road partIeQt!! _

Miami and Jacksonville and one Agricultural Department to be $160 for U. S. No. Is. Most ship- be executed and seeking commutation resident of DelltndhllS !

In addition to poor Bolls and cool, crisp salad, properlyand at Tampa Tn connection with the 520360802.43 of which Florida's ments rolled .North unsold, the to life Imprisonment are nounced that a s.t.

low yields. Florida farmers say attractively prepared Is State-wide trapping activities of share was 323254066. I I[,Market Reporting Service an J. W. Buchanan, Perry in prisonfor highway will be million dol1tr

that they don't have enough cash hard to beat as a refreshing the U. S. Bureau of Entomologyand nounced. shipments 13 years, Clyde Hysler of between bunt tbfa fear
enterprises or sources ,)f cash I food during the warm summer, NATION Duval Solomon Milton Deland and
Plant Quarantine was reported FLORIDA LEADS through Thursday of last week, County, Do
per farm. At times some kinds weather. Not only is It refreshing -'I to the State Plant Boardat Jacksonville,-Florida leads all were 638 cars, compared with of Leon County and Frltzell Mc Beach to enter the..

of fanning In Florida are rather but It provides nourishmentIn its June session by Dr. Wil- other states In the amount of 2669 cars moved by the same Laren of Dade County.C.TI'LE on Volusla Avenue. city,
profitable, at others far from It. a form that has a ready appeal Newell. commissioner. last The road
mon plant defense money allotted with over date year. has been
But the more sources of cash to almost everyone. In addition SALES TOTAL, $3,000 talk!<.1
Previously the beetle had been $20.000,000 in for
represented appropriations many years but /
which farmers can obtain, the this |Is
better chances to these favorable characteristics found as far south as Charlestonand for military, air and JAP. BEETLE FOUND IN FLA. Arcadia,-The auction sale of definite the Iin!
their In the long statement
salad Is
a usually Atlanta. naval base expansion and new Gainesville, The Japanses 'cattle at the Arcadia State live- made *! "
to So the wise will be built.
t run.No matter how much of his easy home-maker prepare.will serve salads I This destructive pest was first construction in this state. beetle has been found in Florida. stock market Tuesday disposedof Dave ShOltz, YIbtJJ

own' food and feed crops a farm- In discovered in the United States Discovery of two beetles each at 294 cattle of which 197 were governor, let the contract
frequently summer. fo f
during the summer of 1916 in a ANOTHER HEALTH UNIT calves. The cattle brought from building the
er may produce, and he does. well Miami and Jacksonville and one road just
Salads are one of the best near Riverton, New Jer- Jasper.-Hamilton County Is $5.75 to $6.25 a hundred pounds. before
bS; ; to produce all he can of the material nursery at Tampa In connection with the retired from office but
\ he uses at home, he still ways to make use of greens and sey. It is believed to have entered the lastest county to join the statewide trapping activities of There were 10 buyers) present.The Cone, when he Governo

. needs some 'cash to carry on his other vegetables. When -raw- the country about the rootsof ranks of acredlted local health the U. S. Bureau of Entomologyand cash sales totaled just under became gO\'e1Ior,

. operations. As one man said, vegetable combinations are prepared azalea or Japanese Iris from I!departments. A full-time county plant quarantine was reported 3000. The 1205-pound. 3yearold cancelled .the contract.

.We'll soon be the fattest but there is no loss) of vita- Japan prior to 1912. Since then health unit will begin operation to the State Plant Board steer sold at auction last The highway Will be

the nakedest people you ever mins'and minerals through cook- It has been found in 23 atates)| July I, according to Dr. A. B. by Dr. Wilmon Newell plant week is said to have broughtthe structed with State and Fedelll COJJ.

4 and the District of Columbia and McCreary, State health officer. best of any' steer sold appropriations
i aw.' In past years when there lag.A J commissioner. The beetle previ- price and the only
were no automobiles, electrical simple salad is usually Is severe from Baltimore to New" ously had keen found as far In South Florida. It sold for pease to the tux payers of ex

appliances. and thinsrs: of that best. For example, have you York City. COATLESS JURORS SMOKE: south as Charleston and Atlanta. $81.94. The steer raised by Al- usia County will be for y.

l kind, the farm family did not tried combining shredded cab- The adult beetles feed on Jacksonville- Circuit Judge bert Carlton of Nocatee waa rights of way. 8"CUrlng

{:' require as much cash as it does bage with grated carrot, with leaves, flowers or fruits of about Miles W. Lewis permits jurors In TOMATO-POTATO PLANT grass-fed.

today. thin slices of onion, or with 275 different kinds of plants. It his court to remove their coats Gainesville.-Dick Christian I TOMATO SEASON ENDS

.! chopped green pepper? Grated is particularly Injurious on the and smoke during trials. Much 151 1 WOULD TRADE SENATORS Bradenton
And so the efforts being: made year-old student farmer plants ,-With the
to find and develop new sources raw rutabaga and shopped celery silks of sweet or field corn, pre- of the distaste for jury duty potatoes-and gets tomatoesoffthe Tallahassee,-The Tallahassee I of six cars of ,.,..,,.'81Ipment,._.. ..
also make a delicious salad. would be he if -.uc,. tII
raw removed, said.
venting and Democrat received from Chelan
r.: 'of .cash are commendable. It I..k proper same' vines in his North Spring season for the Man
.':\' hoped that they will meet with Then there is the ever-popular grain setting. Peaches, apples courts made things easier for the Gainesville garden. The vines Wash., an offer to trade Senator area came to an end. Last wl!

' no small measure of success. combination salad made with plums and rose foliage buds and jurors to act naturally. had potatoes near the roots and Homer Bone (D. Wash.), and two was the last big shipping
slices of tomato "
and cucumberon 'etk
"r New sources mean diversification flowers are among its favorite the tomatoes congressmen for Senator Claude when the movement
I on the stems. The by rail' ;
lettuce HAS
of Income with more surety of onion, radishes with a garnish of plants. NETWORK FACILITIESOcalaNetwork radio facilities youth also boasts of a hen which Pepper (D. Fla). The offer came 353 cars. Experts say ,that ?

:Income each year. When one water greenpepperrings The beetle grubs live in the as'sured does double duty. It Is nothing In a telegram signed "Lake proximately 336 cars mOVed I
or cress. are for Ocala's radio
product falls there are others ground and severely damage roots station unusual, Christian reports, for Chelan Lions Club, by R. M. truck during the five weefc tie
WTMC which went into
which may succeed. For appetizing salads see that of grasses in pastures, lawns and I the hen to lay two eggs a day, Pickett. secretary," reporting the season lasted, and 1344
the vegetables and the salad operation a few months ago. it by
golf greens. Severe Injury also of club has unanimously adopted rail. This MMo'
An instance of the search for was learned from Hal one normal size, the other, brings the '
plate are both cold. Crisp the la Inflicted on beans and other today this resolution: "Resolved that total $
new cash Is the production somewhat smaller. shipment to 1680
crops Davis), station Con- cars Th,
vegetables them in manager.
of Improved sweet potatoes of by placing I' vegetable crops and on ornamentals. I the Lake Chelan Lions Club season opened early in
tracts have been May win
the hydrator of the refrigeratorafter signed as-
the Porto Rican variety In a suring the Ocala station of HAD NAMES: ARE GROUNDS I would like to trade our Senator excellent prices prevailing, but
they are washed. For best complete -
Insecticides or fumigants Homer. T. Bone and two assorted
:number of northern and western applied Tallahassee prices failed fast within
blue network NBC services ,-Berating epithets a for
results combine
the vegetableswith
counties. Plant breeders work- I to the soil and sprays and congressmen for your forthwrlght weeks, and remained
upon one 101unlll
beginning soon. spouse by another
the before I
ing: principally In Louisiana. dressing just dusts on foliage are the only I are classed by the Florida Senator Pepper who has the can- the -close of the season Estl
known means of controlling this dor to speak his mind upon crucial mates of
have developed a strain of Porto SI'ONGE FUNGUS PASSING Supreme Court as mental cruelty ) the money value at tie
nican potatoes that yields well. pest. i affairs of the day." crop run from
SAVING VITAMINS Tallahassee,-Divers report a sufficient to warrant divorce. a million dollars
_is practically free of disease, and Plant Commissioner Newell new growth of sponges in gulf Chief Justice Glenn Terrell wrote to $1,400,000.

makes candle'} potatoes that Mistakes in methods of cooking said today that, until more beetlesare waters where a fungus disease almost for the court a divorce case decision MRS. NEILL LOSES AGAIN

Would grace the table of a king. and even delays in serving captured in the traps and wiped out the supply re into which he put pointed Tallahassee,-Mrs. Ella Neil) LIQUOR CASE SK.NTKXCED:
or even a dictator. The trend vitamin-rich foods after they any actually infested areas can I lost today her second attempt to
remarks Gainesville
,. cently. R. L. Dowltng, conservation about a wife calling her ,-Federal Judje A
among Northern purchasers of have been cooked or otherwise be located and their limits determined husband collect $970 she claimed as unpaid -
supervisor.. said there Is names that usually result V. Long, sentenced
sweet potatoes Is away from the made ready for the table, may the expenditure of unmistakable evidence that the in fgihtlng and sometimes salary during the time she farmer of the Fort / Timer: .
old mealy type so much like result In considerable Ions of funds in attempting to apply was assistant secretary to Gov Whit' section -
disease is killing if
passing and that one man applies them, to five in .
yeais the ,
White potatoes and towards..the vitamin values. treatment would not be war- sponges soon will be available to another man. Fred P. Cone. The Supreme i tentlary after Turner neni;
weet, candy type which has Here are some suggestion on ranted. along the west coast from Tar Court dismissed Mrs. Nelll's application guilty to five
been a favorite in the South I for a mandamus requiring counts charging
I vitamin-saving: pon Springs to Carrabelle.ELECTROCUTED DADE SHOWS IIIO GROWTH him with of
for years. There Is a marketfor School Board Comptroller J. M. Lee to pay a distil
Don't stir air Into foods while Miami, The Federal Census lery and possession of
liquor on
her the
these and Florida Her first
potatoes money. attempt
they are cooking.Don't Warrant List HY SHKEFERMiami. : Bureau gave Dade County an of which no tax had been paid.: A
termers both white and negro, was rejected with an op-
Mrs. Addle Leslie tidal nose-count of six-count .
use soda in cooking 266,164 Indictment had been
per- returned
are growing them this year. : inion by the court that Governor -
was electrocuted
They bought seed stock from green vegetables.Use FOR MAY 1010 by sons. Almost doubling the coun--i Cone had against Turner 1 by th">
ample authority to I
Fla. Bank at Starke an electric sweeper. A short circuit ty's last Federal 'Federal
census of grand jury the
both Louisiana and South Carolina. as little water as possibleIn 142- decrease her salary from $350 to as resul
cooking vitamin-rice foods. Note, 2196.11; Fla. Bank at in the sweeper's handle was 955:: In 1930, the new population $200 of a raid on a still in G.icbrlsi:!
monthly as he did last
Starke Paym't on Note, $2- said to have caused her death. count will provide Sep-
; two more County May 2. Tranby C Turner
New cir -
types of lettuce which Don't use long cooking pro- Mrs. Cook was knocked down tember. She had contended the I
37945. by cuit
judgeships for the Dade a brother of the
head in Florida are enabling cesxes such as stewing when the shock while and salary was fixed by the legisla- :
Florence Brown Order Fla. plugging In the Monroe
County District, which was slain in the raid. and Louu
growers to plant considerable shorter methods are feasible.Don't ture and the budget commission.
Bank at Starke, $31.70; Lorraine sweeper in a garage. The handle now has four. It almost stirred W. West of Gainesville a Federal -
acreage to this In their efforts
crop throw away water In Smith, Order Fla. Bank at fell across her mouth, and the hopes for a officer
reshuffling of the received sever
to find more sources of in MARKET FINISHED gun
which vegetables have been cook- current continued
I Starke $30.00; Ruth Frazier, t o course I State's five congressional wounds.
come. Other new crops are- developed ed. Use It in making gravies, I 1123.00: Mabel Wall. n .22. through her body. to give Dade districts Plant City,-With: the sale of

farmers from time to time, and sauces: and soups.Don.t :: Blanche Edwards, $10.00; Sec. I. own reoresentatlvp .in..County Wn..hl".. its_ 1'I'at spring produce practically over BUS SCHEDULE
are quick to adopt them EAGLE: ATTACKS 'PLANEKey : n Y"6- the big Plant City State Farmers
fry foods valuable for;lot Teachers' Salary deductionsI ton. Northbound<<
It they offer any promise of their contents of vitamins A, I I for Retirement System. $135.74. I West-A giant sea eagle Market, the'next line of activity Leaves 'Starke at i''20 i, m

success. B, or C.Prepare. I Emma Hill, $72.83; Willie Mae l is reported to have attacked a ASKS PRIZE FOR FATHER; will be opening of a livestock 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m. 6 19 p

I chopped fruit and veg- Hinson, $69.13; J. M. Whlttemore, j I naval patrol plane near here last Pity the census market Wednesday July m. and 10:10: p. m.
Revival At Evergreen week. The bird swooped down man assigned 3. The new livestock unit con-
etable salads just before serving. Order Fla. Dank at Starke $198.- to question Gust Teel of SouthboundLeaves
35; John Atkinson Same. $306.- upon the plane like an attacking N. C. Dr. U. Raleigh. structed through a WPA projectat Starke at :2 40 a m..

The Rev. H. M. Tlllman announces -, NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE 72; Q. E. McGauley, Same $139.-I bomber crashing Into the plane's director of State T. Stlmpson, di- a cost of approximately $34,-- 10:20'a. m., 2:20: p. m am I 320
that a revival will start' Northbound wing and then division of 000.00 is located on the
<< 26; Daisy Fisher, Same, $243.00; plummeted into vital statistics market. p. m.
at Evergreen Church nine miles No. 2-.Due Starke 6:13: a. m. Melva Harrell Same. $100.36; the water. Astonished Navy fliers said he had received grounds south of the main selling Westbound
a letter
West of Starke, Sunday night, No. 108-Due Starke 6:21: p m. Margaret Whlttemore, Same, brought their plane safely to Tee), from Annie Reel shed. The market's new Leaves Starke at '>'35 a nand .

June 23, and will clone Sunday SouthboundNo. $14 ,76; E. L. Williams, Same, land and reported no damage. tent of saying Teel she was the daugh- unit In the largest and most ade- 11:30: a. m.

night June 30. Church will beheld 1-!Due Starke 10:33: p. m. $30000:: ; J. M. Whittemore, Same, years old ,and and that he was 64 quately equipped livestock mar- Ea'ltbounel

at night only until June 30. No. 107-Due Starke 9:20: a. m. $41.67; J. M. Whittemoree, Same, NEW JUDGE NAMED children. Five had 23 living ket constructed under the State Leaves Starke at 5 20 p m.

On the last day preaching will Starke-Ilell Branch 41.67; Lester Sponholtz.. Same j Tallahassee,-Curtis L. Waller, she said. others have died Marketing Board. Stock sales Ticket office and but depot at
be at 11 a. m., and at 12 a. m., No. 101-Leaves Starke 7 a. m., $2 0.00; Blanche Edwards Same, Tallahassee lawyer, was notified I prize be girl asked that aj,, will be made by the auction Conway's Service Station orntr

dinner will be served. The Rev. dally except Sunday.No. $100.00; Jessie Lee Lazenby, of his nomination for the new i Stimson given her father. Dr. method on a cash basis. Highways 13 and 4.

W A. Davis of Alma Georgia, 102 Arrives Starke 1:30: Same $60.00; Madeline Andrews, (Federal judgeship; recently established to replied he had no prize I
award but
will conduct the services. m. I in Florida. The that her: father
p. appointment
Same. $50.00; Lois Mayes Same, certainly deserved FUNERAL
$7300: E. L. Williams. Same. i' would give Waller Jurisdiction In one. DIRECTOR

BOREE :; $166.72; Madeline Andrews. both the Northern and Southern My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
Same, $50.00. j I Districts of Florida as a "roving" ROHBKRY: EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 134We J, judge without MiamiBarney Hassen
A. J .Griffls, Salary $12 .00; requiring specific 26 MODERATE PRICES
have added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipmentwith Louise Warren Salary, $50.00; i assignment for him to go from was sentenced to life Imprisonment DeWITT C. JONES
special Frances : one district Into the other. for the armed robbery of a
spring for easy riding. Peek Office Work, 20. downtown Starke Florida
"A IIOMK-I4KK; INSTITUTION" 00; A. J. Griffin, Travel Expense, smoke shop after the I
G. II.
ANOTHER TRAINING BASE testimony of his former '
$20.00; E. J. Lewis Board Service -

$2500; J. H. Moore, Same, Orlando,-Harold Colee manager helped convict him. A

$25.00; W. K. Miildleton, Same, of the State Chamber of dozen witnesses Identified Has 1"
INSURE WITH 2500. Commerce recently told membersof sen as one of the two bandits

N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. Shell Oil Corp. Transportation the Orlando Chamber of Commerce who held up the smoke shop "I'1I1111fJ1
April 6,
and trussed
Expenses. $106.31; Carpenters Jaycees that the employes and

FIRE LIFE AUTO: LIABILITY BONDS Drug Store,' Supplies, $18.55; J. United States was going to .estab customers took with adhesive tape .

L. Anderson Transportation Expenses lish another large air training some $2,600 in cash and
Phone 71 STARKE FLORIDABradford base In Florida about $1.250 In
$28.70.Vernie In addition to jewelry, and escaped -
Odom Office Work, 17 the ones already being Installed.He after a gunfight with two ,.

days, $27.29; George B. Flynn, declared that he could not 'I policemen. Do Your Tradingwhere
the I'
divulge proposed site.
i Payment on Bus Barn. 1000. I
County Farmers Know STATK: ISSUES: FOLDER:
Frank Norman, Transportation.11\'ATEIt I 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are
$30.00; Stark Telephone Co. I Taltahassee."Discover Florida given tradeSMITH'S
"it' the Telephones $14.40; Starke Telephone Washington, -The House Appropriations in the Summertime" is the title or certificates. away with. every $JO in

s best" Co., Telephones. $15.50; A. Committee has. approved of an attractive pamphlet now Are Redeemed -
J. a $2.000,000 item to laya I being distributed through Florida I
Salary, $125.00; Louise In Cash If
water line from the Florida and northern GARAGE
Warren Salary, $50.00; Frances states from the office You Chooie"
or mainland to Key Weat. The line of 'V. M. Taylor, state
Peek hotel
Salary, $19.80; Lorraine FLORIDA
: II Priest, Office Work. $4.00; Board! is planned to provide a water : commissioner. "We expect that STARKE,

of Bond Trustees 1500.00 C. j supply for naval personnel In the I' this booklet will go far toward
; i island city. It I!!!!!!:!'!!!!iS'"IU!!!!! !''' '"!"'!!"UJ", ', If' ,,. ". ..
E. Harper. Cafeteria of!' was Included in making Florida a more popular III".II""IIIUI'"IW'"III"III"IIII"III'" '' '!!!!! '"""!!"""""'""'"""' II!!!!'!!!!!! un e"2Lj3
Expenses 'a supplemental national defense summer vacation I > .uiimu ."u'"'m' jinmiroiiiiimiraiiiiMiiwuiiiiui, ..... ....,;-... ...... "" jj-i
Mrs. Sullivan, $69.25; J. E. Ad-'. spot, Commis r.
I kino. Transportation, $4000; J.IE appropriation bill reported by the !sioner! Taylor said, "and'we have F

I Ir1 Land ..Adklna paym't on chassis committee. printed It and are distributing It I I

..' ,1' $80.00; Elam Lewis, Transportation I as one of the many services the I I
;. $4000; Andrew Redding commission renders to the ,
L ,, I Transportation $30.00: Sam Tallahassee, --. 200 boys will people of the state."
Plaster gather In Tallahassee June 22 !
,.,. I Mott Transportation. $4000; II.
4'I I O. Alderman. Transportation, learn something about state gov ST.\\-A T-IIO\IE: POLICYGainesville. j I,,

,. $3000, Mabel Lewis. Salary i ernment. The event, termed"Boys' .-Prof. William G. :jj!

c ., ,' $11.00 nic Nurse, $180.00; George )CII-1 the American State" Is sponsored by Carleton delivering the first '"I b

I ; Payment on bus barn, $ Legion and Auxt-|: session convocation address at .

':Western Union. Messages.. lIary.and the clergy. civic, fraternal the University of Florida, said i I!

i C. J. Powell. Labor on $3.47'j, educational organizations.:!. "So long as we concentrate
Ton $22.50; Ebb Thornton, Boys selected b y these groups: selves on this hemisphere! we are II _

I Service $5000 i ; Nick Thomas 1 from all sections of'the state are I n v I nclble and invulnerable." I III

Janitor Service $05 00; H. C.I, being sent to the capital where i.|Carleton, associate professor of I
for a week '
they will be
given an'
i Greene. Pumping water out of political science, urged a return I

well, $3.00; Carpenters Drug I opportunity tions of state to watch the. func- '' to the foreign policy which he I
Store Supplies $9.4$. I government and set' acid this country adopted -
their 't when It
administration. The'Iboys : won its Independence and
FOR BABY'S<< will be divided Into 1 lowed fol- I r
COMFORT groups: up until the !
I representing various .: Spanish- DR. A. W. BLOODWORTH :
McGee's Baby Elixir i Is intended governmental American War. This foreign I r ;
V.Fertilizers Have Stood Every Test for Minor upsets of the stomach I departments. They will J policy embraces three I

and bowels that result from over- elect a Governor and members of',said, namely: Getting points. he i OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST

A. M. DARBY'SLOCAL eating. improper foods, or temporary the cabinet, as well as Supreme! 'where we can find it trade i
i over-acidity of the stomach. Court Justices. Other groups'.of' ; staying out i Upstairs Over Canova Pharmacy
European J r
A bottle of McOee't will.. be wars entanglements
Baby Elixir composed of 'I
AGENTS coats and political commitments Every; Wednesday >"
only 35c.CARPENTER'S RVO STORE senators and representatives commissioners having Europe and Asia stay; and out II i II 9 a. into 5 p. {

and other officials. .; ..
(of the Western '!! '
Hemisphere. !!1IIiiii!! '"!!.'....!. "' '!.!!. "'" "'"" _.iH i HmmiiiHqniiifiiinniinffiin' .,,''i. ...,.J
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E 21, 19-10 r

f J. Griffin Heads List I Dan McCarthy I Proposal To Set Up Machinery For

Unopposed For THE
Manpower Gains Impetus ;

Depot Agents Speakers Post
)Seaboard I A proposal that congress setup gency and the president now has KNOWLEDGE
s' f L f far
Withdrawal of opposition left machinery immediately for I no authority to recreate the sys
drafting manpower In a national
t Representative Dan \
CcCurthy of
i' emergency, but that It retain the tem.The law projected by the stand- .I
: Fort I
Pierce '
r : ) as the probable right to say when this machinery Ing army and navy committeeon matlOSMrMnM' :

; ; speaker of the 1941 house of rep should be placed in operation. Is selective service would closely O A*ti WODK,"MT was TO FARM / i'

. 'lr'JIJ"; ,!' 5'',!","'',:.;tj, i-J, resentatives.As ( being advanced. in various military follow the final form of the TOOAy I IM 1914.IT' TAKgtI -! 't' r I
-- : other candidates announced and congressional circles. World! War statutes. It authorizes OMLV I ft
: r.
((1( } ; they were getting out of the race, Advocates said that the plan the president to register, select /rl.M Mini/ret*. ':::

,, designation of the.youthful cltru would cut a month from the time and induct into the land and MUCH al1UR "7S ,.. ::1
"i" fqrr operator from Fort Pierce at a required to mobilize large numbers naval forces men from such age f f1fJ'

;;: caucus of house nominees to be of men in any situation groups between 18 and 43 as he '

:,.,.j') :....-.,, ,"A)":.'/'. held at Tampa July 19 and 20. which congress deemed to warrant may prescribe.A !L ;,. I
.. '
,' j' .\ ." was considered as a mere form such action. draft under this statute "
;\'\:; : ,';." .; ality. I If a selective service law were would be conducted along these H f

{ ,: '' :!enacted now, the proponents con- general lines: (
Ji; ,< m- Bamberg Harrell of Jasper J
'\ ',\"If'" "f! .. .. ,.. /to" ,. recently stated that McCarthy tended, approximately 6,500 local. On a day set by the president, I QEffARCN ADJDIffll5t) ;.t f

: -,,: .., :;. "Jiaa shown evidence he has boards necessary' to help administer all men between the prescribedages I "

enough support to win the noml- it could be appointed at once. (probably 21 to :31)) would MA4NECuA., VITAl TO ARPLANri i MOW '1{ ,
nation. Therefore, I am conced Regulations and registration register In their voting places. r- jf f 01141ft IN I9U

ing it to him and I have pledgedhim forms could be printed and Issuedto Each local board would then ,
them. shuffle the ; .
registration cards hap-
my support for a harmonious
'" ", session next year" The system then would be hazard and give them serial nl1mbers auH -. l
ready to swing Into action at according to the accidental +
Earlier, Rep. Raymond Sheldon any time, on orders from -.ar- y
His Well-Cluttered Desk Capitol sequence resulting
At of Tampa withdrew and said he I lUll, and experts believe It would At national headquarters, as 199 TACee Os 1Ne Oa INDUStey --m
would back wear MOae TMAr rats raraa4reo ,
By Jean Davis Mr. Griffin never worked inStarke's ,( McCarthy. Rep. W. I have the first men reaching army many numbers as there were persons VALUE or nag ciuor on.eaooucto +
P. Chavous of Dixie County, an- M rue o. s -
old Depot but camps days thereafter registered In the largest precinct -
a young helped other THAT ysAQf
Thrty-nlne: years ago speakership aspirant: will There has been no IndicationIn would be placed In a huge
of 2 epot Agent any quarter that the army gold fish bowl-If the former zoo vrAat i ,
and was one building. The old lo- .. ?
Florida, was I < '
Olusiee. wants to Institute selective ser- method were followed exactlyand '_ MtN ICC roer"e r
the town he'd cated where Andrews' Ford' .ts
taln: bound for New Navy Bill vice In the near future. General these would bo drawn out MliMft J.4CSOH '
But whereat place now la: its platform THll ClOWtf
transferred ran George C. Marshall, chief of staff, blindly. TMM '
was he didn't know. froQl Call to Madison Streets.Mr. I Calls For 84 y wJ....eNIiC1bNo, ,;'
town has expressed the opinion that The order in which the numbers -'-- ---- ? .

Jacksonville, however, authorlie Griffin has always been a..'New WarshipsNew ordinary methods of recruiting came out of the bowl would! i '" oyt._..-,.' ..j 1 '
ie It all straightened out: Seaboard Railway and ,. <<1<./),"a "
employee volunteers .m.
tad would be sufficient to determine the order of the regis ...... ,..11
I :
t3rke'a his destination.Ttere heads their seniority list over the I I 11,000.000,000 expansionof bring the regular army to the trants' liability for selection. ,

they'd been having entire system for the job of depot the navy to provide for 84 375,000 strength for which con Within a few days each regis- ; "i

uUtle] with men holding the Jobter agent. His duties Include additional warships was proposedIn gress Is now voting fund I..*. trant would receive a questionnaire -_ :.. )r ; : '

a few months; one had man- any and everything pertaining to I an administration-approved bill Whether sentiment in congress which would ijlve the local 1 IaaNKS( FACT O!THAT T TICS TXI NIWAII UBiT r'L5 tlMTH KfMlM > d" j'''1

ged to keep It a year and a half. the agency; he's boss of the of- introduced by Chairman Vinson for enactment of a selective service board a basis for putting him In ".WtBI' MIPPCP TC CO*. "i r \r
rNON lNalANO MAVYCD a; 'rt1M' ,i
nd a hotel manager, upon learn- I fice. In one place where he (D. Ga.) of the house naval com law will reach substantial one of these classes( : IB: Co..7AL Toll TOUf 'IMNTITV. I*, ,
g a newman was coming had worked, Watertown Mr. Griffin I I mittee. proportions Is a mutter of con- 1. Available for service Immediately New WAV A\ACWIW' .. j t t

eked up a petition to keep Mr had three birda-ln-tlie-hand: "I I I Vinson said that he and Chair- jecture. week In Knoxville Tenn -This Is No Frill I II :
whom he'd never met), had of the Most members of 2. Deferred" because I a .
Tiffin! ( charge postofflce, man Walsh (D. Mass.) of senate the house of the Importance Mm. Bill llowden, and Minis '1
om, stepping into their present press office and depot," he eX-I naval committee would introduce military committee are opposedto to the nation of the services Caster Manning of this section, 1. The Home Economics classes

rat's place It Didn't work. He has seen railroad progress j identical bills providing for this enactment at this time oft I being performed In civilian lire visiting friends and relativesIn i.1
of of the local school under f
panned out In favor such a selective service bill asa life. high
hags step-by-step has witnessed with big boost in the navy amounting Jacksonville. '
Grlffm. Joint and committee 3. Deferred because! of Uepend-" ; the direction of their teacher, : ; F
army navy
the .
no surprise, developments of to a 22 per cent increase in the MI''' Warren DUxidaworth, and .
When he arrived at Starke, the train from wood-burning to I fleet's present authorized strength long has had ready for pas- dents. children, of Raiford were vlslt- Miss June Dixon, are again worth .

,,at thing he saw was a new, diesel engines. As they improved, of 7,700,000 tons. sage In an emergency. This 4. Deferred by law or becauseof tog Mr anal Mrs F. M. Norman, mentioning. In the "fashion* show" t

e,hly>| painted Depot, no build- ho noted marked developments as !I "World conditions make it absolutely measure would give full authority Insanity physical unfitness or
g of any sort nearby, and aIn something he had long seen coming I that the directly and immediately to the alienage. Mr. L ,L. Renfroe, of this section sixty young ladles. appeared wear .
a bicycle. The man was imperative navy president.The When required to draft a certain the dresses and frocks they '
on made business' lag
So it was that when the : a trip to
ba -
built .
E Davis, who talked with late'st. the Silver Meteor first up as rapidly us possible selective service laws under number of men national Jacksonville last Saturday. have actually made with their j' :"i

Ie new agent. asked If he'dide stood on the rails here; Vinson stated.Vlnson which 24,000.000 men were headquarters would Issued a "gen Mr. mid Mrs. Eugene Kills: of own hands during the term. I i; ,

housing arrangements. Mr. depot agent looked at It,stal'ke's'l I spoke Just after the registered and many called to the real call' on each state for a Worthington Springs were" visitIng This IK a practical education 1 1a ;

;rlffln! naturally had not. He thrill of wonder, but a pride in1 I President had signed into law I coloro during the World l lVar quota proportionate to Its class relatives of Vanderbilt Sun- course In which they are r" i Ii \'

id Mrs Griffin would have to the railroad's' thus-far achieve- two previous bills which authorIzed lapsed at the end of that emer- 1 strength. a1ay. taught to do things which will be :

:art l lucking right away. Button ment. To him It was i a naval air force of 10,000 The Rev H. M. Tillman, of useful all of their lives. Thereare "t I

minutes, Mr. Griffin's nothing to 'become alarmed over' I planes and 16,000 pilots! and Increases GUM ttRANCHlly VANDRRttILT .acksonvilln, filled his regular appointment without doubt a lot of "frills" I
rst Starke friend had rented form the fleet by 21 new warships at Water Oak Church In our school system but this I :
because we'd worked to it. j !Miss Vrlnm Noi-nuin
up I Miss Elizabeth llarnuge fly
a nice house, put Its key in and 22 auxiliary naval ves- last Weekend.Mrs. I Isn't one of them. It la training ,4, >

D band, told him the rent was The Seaboard Railway System]I sels. Mr .and Mrs. F. S. Sapp of Mrs. F. M. Norman, of tills F. M. Norman, and daugh- which every girl should have and '/

t dollars per month. It was has not always called Itself that. Specified sums are provided In this section, were In Jacksonvilleon section, and slaughter Mm. W. tern of this section' were visiting Milts Dixon 'm doing a swell job ;1 0,
it has had '
a the site where Mrs. E. E. From Its different beginning, made the signed aviation expansion bill business Thursday. B. Bloodsworth of 'Ralford, are .Ir.. and Mrs. K, D. Conner, of In her capacity as Instructor 1 1'i: i

nova's home stands. Since many names : for 21 new air bases. It also .Mrs., H. J, Haltwanger, and Ralford Wednesday afternoon. Lake Wales News '
all-round As a Mr. and Mrs. G. C Norman I
hat day, Starke has had but one many changes. permits spending of $20.000.000 children of Jacksonville\ were visiting Mrs. Enoch Kelly, and child- '

>pot Agent: Mr T. J. Griffin, long-time employee Mr. Griffin for building and Improving re- visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norm and family, of Mulone this ran, of Vanderbilt were visiting BEN JOHNSON! HAYS ;

ne of the best.citizens that everIt has worked under three of these: serve and auxiliary bases. a n Wednesday. Her sons, Mr. and! Mrs. H. L. Norman, Of all wild beasts), preserve me

the town In Its baby-hood to F. R. -& N.; F. C. & P.; and S. Hughle and Vernon, remained for week.Mr.. and Mm. Russell Norman, and family ,also of Vanderbilt, from a tyrant I "

Itch It grow to its youth. He A. L. S. A. L. was the last Two Additional a longer visit of Vanderbilt spent part of last Sunday afternoon. I And of all tame, a flatterer If
name before Seaboard took its .
ould he had landed In a
see In
Mr. J. A. Harnage --------
spot In the road" that was gong present company name. Immigration Men Jacksonville on Business Friday. I
I r
to grow even If its sawmills All-in-all, Mr. Griffin has Asked For Tampa Misses Vesta and Odessa Mc- II

ive out. Farming and the rail- worked SO years for Seaboard; Rae, and Owen McRae, of Pine I I
end would see that prosperitypt that Is something unusual. For I
To strengthen the guard against Level, were visiting their sister
on the up-grade, would see the fact that he has held his i entrance of undesirable aliens and brother-tn-luw Mr. and Mrs I,
larke later become County Seat Starke Job 39 years T. J. Griffin i
and fifth column elements Into T. N. Norman, Wednesday nightof
I Bradford. Agriculture would has but one explanation: I I
the United States, the Immigration last week I
robably, In the end, outlast Usher I don't know why I've been hereso Department has Inaugurated Those attending the picnic at J
assets. He could visualize long-just because I'm so 'no-
and Miss
new inspection procedure Lake given by
a Hampton
'Ie' town as it now la proud count', I reckon ," but his will Increase the personnel of the Dorthea Norman Friday night 4- I

.-WFsor of a humming business friends and the Seaboard Rail- Inspection Division and the Border were: Mr and Mrs. Kldon Sapp. .

wtlon. and busy, happy citizens, way Co., have much different I Patrol, William A. Reilly Mrs. T .N. Norman Misses Leila

sung; and old. When he came, reasons to offer: He knows what I Inspector in charge at Tampa, Harnage. Margaret and Marie r

Twrry Street was a dirt road, he Is doing, has always worked su Id. Sapp. Vesta and Odessa McRae, ; Jz

a were all others, with eight hard and steady, and Starke, Hereafter Inspector will meet Hughie and Vernon Haltwnnger,

ou.u and the Presbyterian hasn't, a mOre friendly and hon- each boat and refuse admittanceto Feard Haislnp, Donald! Kelly,

hUrch scattered from the Green orable man within its limits. His who cannot show William Crosby, Buck Woods, '
we Springs Highway to Call record is as clean as a whistle, every person McRae and Tom Weedge. ev
which Owen
satisfactory passport r
!Main) Street The depot was has on It many merits but no a must bear the fingerprints of the Mr an dMrs. Vanlce Keene of jt4l I,

out in the country," and no black marks.In owner. Americans must be able Woodlawn and Mrs. J. K.: And- x f'a't

OUMS or stores at all were all his long time here, noth- to their citizenship. Passports erson of Houston Texas; were .

nit of the little town. Hl ing unusual has happened to: prove of those admitted will be visiting Mr and Mrs. F. S. Sapp

Wit home which he built a littler him In the office. Says Mr. Griffin taken and held until the owner Saturday night.

(where the M. B. Herlongsow : "Outside of being sick nothing's another The new
for port.
"> live) was the first con- ever happened to me; I've I leaves Is already In operation; NEW{ RIVER
fueled at that end of Starke.TIIERESSA had a peaceful life." three ships were checked Sun- ny :Mr. O. E. Crosby

day. We are sorry to report the Illness
HIGHLAND Mr. Reilly has requested two of little Sherman Crosby at lr '

By Mr*. "t. 1. Sullivan By :bliss i Beth Wlmberly additional inspectors for the his home here, but are glad he
office. He said he did

Mrs, D. W. Moore Is home Mrs. Celie Prescott who has i I Tampa not know how many patrolmenwill is Mrs.Improving E. A. Sapp and childrenand r r "

Mi after a pleasant visit with been quite 111 at her home near be added. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby b I ,

wives each, at Belle Glade -and Vero here Is much Improved. Bart Thomas, Inspector In and children were business visitors 1- II 0V I

C M. Grlffls was a business ,I charge of the Miami Immigration In Starke Saturday after

Mrs S. W. Griffith and little visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Office Is expected In Tampa soon

'n. Donald, left Friday for their Mrs H. C. Wimberly, Mrs. i to Interview applicants for Inspector noon.Mr.. H B Kelly of Sunny

one In Miami after a visit with H. A. Barnett and )[. Fanning', positions. Additional applications Brook Faim way visiting In our

datives here. were visitors to Starke Thursday for the Border Patrol community Monday. ,

Mr, and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Mrs. H. A. Barnett Miss Ethel i I service are not needed at this Mrs. W B. Lazenby and child- } i-\: ,
tile daughter. Ruth and stated. dren and mother, Mrs. J, T -
spent Mon- Ricks. Miss Beth Wimberly I time he p--- -
ay mil! I the week-end at
Tuesday with Mr. SIb- C. M. ,/Griffis attended church' Dowling, spent -
parents Mr. I ,I home here Mrs. Lazenby In at-
and Mrs. L. services at Maxvllte Friday. LAWTEYHy
Sibley, of I summer school In Gaines-
Putman Hall. night. II. T. Godwin tending li tt

MI88 Edna Mills Green Cove I Johnnie North and L. Walden' ville.Mr. y
Prings visited friends business -'! The Ladles' Aid Society held Its and Mrs. Arthur McRae of l
here Sun- Maxvllle were here on
eVening of regular meeting at the home of Starke were recent guests of Mr

MlM\ Pauline Saturday. :I Mrs. I. B. Cody this week. and Mrs. M. L. Johns.
Crabb left Wed- Mrs. Clarence Davis of Starke who has news Items,
R, Carradlne Anyone
"ay for and Mrs. F.
her home In Miami and Mrs. S. C. Mr
Iter was visiting Mr. hand them to the correspondent -
a Linda are spending please!
visit of I and daughter
several weeks than Monday
Saturday. later
Ith( Harley vacation Kings not
her weeks'
r, cousin, Miss Ruth Zelg- Miss Maggie Burton has returned -: two 1 evening. r
: Lake.
at Keystone I ley ; of Alachua wasa
to her home W C Bragg
Mr Is attending
Futch I
and Mrs. JA., Milliken to be with her mother Mrs Rosa business visitor here Monday.
Heights at Southern College
U Irj. children Milllken'l,, of Parents.Ocala Mr.visited and who Is 111.Kirkman. I, summer In Lakeland. I I Ice-cold Coca-Cola is all pure

TI. AL.. Sullivan Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Dick Plummer

Mr. M. Z. Sullivan Ousted 'and family, of Jacksonville, were ,\ HERE* TO
left Frl-
'* for her home in Miami after As Patrol Head visiting Mr. Plummer'a! parents THEIR HEALTH refreshment. Its taste satisfies
few I Mrs. M. B. Plummer,
and |
visit with relatives Mr.
''lei friends here. H N Kirkman received notice : Sunday. Home A..l_Uc tribe believe

W.'h W. Packham Bill 'june 17 that he had been I R, W, Mosley, who has been i(\ sweet milk unfit for use and wait completely and a refreshed feelat' / '

ere I itorsand' l nest dismissed as captain of the 111 recently Is improving. ,I II until It noun before drinking It. -

MonSy8 ida Highway patrol Flor-I Mrs E. D. Boyer, of Ocala, While most prefer sweet milk -l'

a 1115 1- rJda Saturday.Hagan was a visitor Saturday.In a special delivery. I who weeks has visiting been her here daughter the past, Mrs.F. few. /|I file lo drink nutritive-nur value milk of contain wet milk.all' ing follows that leaves you lc aa

Percy his home, visiting now In l.. splendid for
and Othma Sullivan were livered to Krlkman at W, Moore, Is Floured cream
ltors to Reid said: | and for ""Mimnwr salmi. r *
F. baking
Green Director W. Jacksonville
Cove Springs the finest wanting nothing more. .
IIIIday advise are
eVening. "I regret very much to I Mrs. Beatrice Motes Is attend-( Our dairy products
er' Menshew services as a mem- i school at FSCW, In obtainable. U-t UII serve yon -ortft
filled that your
regular you ,I Ing summer
llItD1el1t Florida. Highway It lit your grocer
PPOucl at the ber of the ,
Christian Tallahassee
j fr b, Sunday Patrol will be needed no longer," Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Roberta, Phone 17& For Delivery THE PAUSE THAT REFRE. vj l
Thomas F effective June 15. returned Sun day <
U Brown and lit- I
: loneh Emory and Frank; Were short vacation trip.
? here promissory from a s1PRFMrMILK:: CREAM
Mnday. blaaks shipments are beginningto STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY r
11I1 Swindle of Salt SprIngs note"refala title notes, carriedIn Corn from our DeW loading .'hont'17& For Delivery .&
move |
.RdSpindle.Sund y. and )tra. Telegraph'stock by the Bradford I I platform. 4

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..,.., leader, pur-
Is Neat New
EIGHT D P. Carpenter equipment at Scho
"Johnny Apollo"At chased the lighting
Effect Of War On Farm around $125 with funds
The Bradford County Telegraph Hits Close To Home Ritz SundayThe a raised cost by the class. The City
four poles
Closer to home, perhaps, than any Kit Theatre presents an Light Plant Installed and wiring
ENtabu.bed situation right now, next week to sustain the lights
of the war
other aspect outstanding program flood lights
'-- powerful
.. Apollo. and eight ,
and Entered m* Second unsettled trade conditionswill Including "Johnny on the
rubU..bf'd Weekly on Fridays is the effect that of Divorce placed nearly 40 feet high Y ,
Office at SUrke FU, Bradford County "Irene." and "A Bill four for eachof
Cla.i Matter! at the Post have on farm prices in all highly praised, much poles will function them
., -- S. agricultural sections.In meat starring many the two courts, lighting r ( ri, y
s. -- SC SCRU..ON.ItlTE and other U. publicized pictures brilliantly The City Light PlantIs !

AdvanrVZ < the outlook by our of Hollywood's top names. furnishing the
Payable In discussion of ,
$1.50 SIIonth": 73e- a not; however
Yearly, ; Tyrone
r S5.5' S 1 S9! week's issueof Sunday and Monday for the lights free of
-- in last electricity
!.!' f* County Farm Agent Dorothy Lamour (no
and the power
Tower is charging
Hitler's Speed Makes It NecessaryTo the Telegraph, it was stated that ever sarong this time) appear togetherIn charge ate, and, two pay meters, one

4 Race Against Time With Defenses since war broke out in Europe last fall, the "Johnny Apollo," supported Nolan by ior each court, have been Instal

through has maintainedthat Edward Arnold, Lloyd toll for 45 minutes oran
living of Agriculture led. The
The days we are now Department and Lionel small:
Charley Grapewln Is very
in this hour of lighting
in history books a would hurt farmers prominent
will be red-letter pages the war Atwlll It Is stated by In the near future the Co-Ed
not since '
generation or so from now. country. critics and reviews that Power Class expects to construct a 40'

Whether we like it or not, we are prix "No matter what turn the war takes, "Jesse James" has Tyron dramaticrole toot long by 6-foot wide concrete
such a powerful Immediately
had ,
ileged (or unprivileged) to be sitting in or we face a reduction in exports of moat farm and Lamour turns in her shuffle aorth of board the court tennis courts between 4 k 9 n a p

h an awe-inspiring drama, as yet unnamed,, commodities during this year.It is probable usual electrifying performance the north tennis-ball backstop -

but which might some day be called "The that we shall lose perhaps half our "A BUI of Divorcement Adolph Men-with and the sidewalk. The class the Shown here 'is ( apt. ...

and Fall of Democracy in the to Europe. Instead of Maureen O'Hara, Herbert also plans to clear and level the small but sr ?
Decline 1939 farm exports jou, Fay Ba Inter, and Just east of the courts for
ground and
Century" or something equally improved prices, as per- Tuesday night adequate
Twentieth looking forward to Marshall is on a horse shoe court. tla r
new ,
than half our farm people do bargain night when all adult I The Co-Ed Class will sponsorIrene" compact i 4'
t \ di:>astrous. haps more cents. ThisIs school building j .
fifteen I" Thursday
are Ritz o
the '
that at I
country we have watched farmers must realize who dared recently completed -
Country by at present, our the story of a girl afternoon to help raise funds for t

diabolically ingenious Hitler carry out the higher prices of most major crops and live- not marry, though she loved a the various projects. a occupies t Gra

t plans he so brazenly announced to the worldin stock products are not in prospect. They man more than herself, ham.the site It of the.1' 4 i
his published book "Mein Kampf." Aus- will be selling on markets that are fre Wednesday with a'n d Anna Neagl NYA ApplicationsNow old building and.t! 5

) ti !ia, Czechoslovakia, Poland; Norway, IIol-: quently jittery. Surpluses in certain lines brings"Irene"and Ray Mllland, a gay tune. UnlimitedAlthough was built funds.with It '1 $ i

1 lend l and Belgium-one by one they have are apt to increase." Thus runs the discussion touched romance of a beautiful of Youth 1 WPA la a monument I II
fallen before the Nazi onslaught as helplessly which is none too encouraging in tone. model who became Featured the on the program all except,to the loyal efforts -
New York projects
who crosses farmers have Administration I of a gJ'oup'of
as a puny school boy As yet, Bradford County with "Irene" Is a Larry and shops have

paths with the village bully. not felt the adverse effects of unsettled Clinton and his Orchestra short, resident camps operations until about zens Graham who pushedthe cltIi i
Hitler has To the contrary, they and MOM News. i .,,
From success to success, world conditions. Today and tomorrow (Friday July 1, unlimited applications for project forward 1 r

swept his bloody way until at last, incredible have enjoyed the most successful season, and Saturdky), the Ritz has NYA part time employment for 0 v era La

a? it might seem, proud, strong, beautiful not only with strawberries, but also with scheduled a double feature SuttonIn : the nation's youth are now being series ear tenlng o f dish obstacles --

France is bowing before the swastika. Canit corn, beans, and other truck crops, that ,' George O'Brien Valley and Kay and Lloyd received. The local office in the Picturedat

from the here in many years. "Lawless at the corner of the steps of the school are three of Its' mo,i unt
be possible? Removed as we are has been experienced Nolan and Jean Rogers In "The Green building right
action the fantastically dreadful Prices, although not fabulous, have beengenerally Man Who Wouldn't Talk." Chap- Call and Court Streets is open boosters: F. T. Abernathy. the late L. C. Smith, anti C j Fr
scene of "The taken by the Telegraph just a few Jays;
realizea 12 of the serial. o'clock a. m. This photograph wus
seems more steady enabling growers to ter dally from, 8:20:
in ,
thing now happening Europe Shadow' Is to show. also.LIGHTED to receive Mr. Smith's sudden death as the result of a hear'' attack In
unbelievable to us than to those who will fair profit on their labor. until 4 o'clock p. m. were probably his last written words, he sent the following a,

in books. this season's good fortune COURTS i applications from young men and of which ii, .
read about it years from now However, TENNIS women of all races. Kenneth W. to accompany the picture of the school am 80
us act of providence which seeksto DEDICATEDBY ;" 'wish to use this method in thanking! in, many; In
Even: the more serious-minded among might be an WILL BE Saber, NYA Supervisor for this proud: We .

have no graphic conception "of what is tide our community over and throughmore CO-ED CLASS TODAYThe entire area stated Tuesday, and neighbors for their loyal support and help in "--n-ir on

can over there. Indeed, it is troublous times to come. Fortunately, This area, comprised of several hard-foughC. battle for nearly 23 long months over, I a ,>'ppo.
taking place systemat But through the i-ftort 01
new flood lighting is to'move our school.
is counties in this vicinity In on effort
Bradford County i
doubtful if even the victims themselves, most produce grown in the municipal tennis courts\ served from the headquarters friends and our able leaders of the W. P A w. came

stunned by the impact of f4omething'too for consumption in this: country and not forexport. located at the corner of Washington I here Mr. Baber makes regularly' many project to completion of a handsome new school bUilding Uia
large and terrible to be seen all at once, can Therefore, we might not feel theblunt and Temple Avenues(Friday, ) scheduled trips to the other counties feel more proud of and think a credit to any community."

I yet realize the full signifciance of what i i8 of the economic upheaval, but mighcontinue and be dedicated used for the tonight first time. An to, receive applications applications for Union liereceives I building cost around $7,000' will be used for the fliii 1 tliGraSam

going on. to benefit from increased city; Inter-city tournament !is scheduledand County In the Social Welfare I school opens July 1.
will be on
and purchasing power resulting a sound system located in the courthouse
could have seen employment : 1 I
If some prophet hand to furnish music and men and gram contemplated in t the!
Lake Butler every Wednesday 450.000 or more young
defense preparations am at
"Mein Kampf" was a pre-view of history; from national amplify brief dedication speechesby morning' from 10 o'clock until women with basic mechanical !dent's non-c o m \a a unit I

rather than a phantastic dream, the cleat from increased sales of armaments.At Mayor W. E. MldJleton and I training" a release from the program for 1,000,000 C1VI

taking place might any rate, come what may, Bradford one or two others who have taken I noon.The NYA will begin employ- local office staled The National Defense 1'1II
and destruction now In the project. has brought a tremendous
active part
have a comfortable little ment on a large scale again "A group of key executives
never have been. The countries, so easil growers now This project was begun and around July 1, Mr. Baber stated. mand from young people to
invasion "nest egg" with which to face the future.O the Co-Ed Class of from private Industry confer
overrun, would have been prepared for financed by "The Administration is preparingto to effect ementary training of the
Church Sunday and means
and Hitler could have been stoppe the Methodist with the I expand its work training pro- on ways of NYA we provide on our projects:
in cooperation
School in the fields of shop and a rapid expansion
have started.No What Will Hitler Do With Spoils and is the gram statement continued.
-or perhaps never ( City Light workers to provide work-training for the larger pro-
I production
one knows as yet-perhaps not even After lie Has Won; If He Does first step in the Class' program

the The question naturally arises: "Just I of more wholesome) and healthful
the United States is on
Hitler-whether and I Ii
the people
Nazi program for conquest. Public opinioi nand what does Hitler plan to do" with the world i i especially recreation the young people, of, 19151940. EVERY YEAR FOR 25 YEARS LEADERSHIP ANNlVJjtSlGretest .

leading thinkers are divided into two after he has conquered it? I Starke. I mar people ha** tldcUn on Goodyear Tins than t i

of which screams alarm, whil The answer is that. if Germany wins The public Is Invited, Is urged, j en any other kind.
groups, one out tonight to nee the
to come
the other reassures. The truth, quite likely, the war the Nazis will attempt a .customs new lights In operation to hear

falls midway between the two. Hitler i is union of Europe with complete fin- the speeches, to witness (and If I

He sees hig ancial and economic control centered in a tennis player, to take partIn
the supreme ) the tennis tournament, The h ;
of the smaller and independent -
it-without deliberation, Berlin. Not one o'clock 'l
chance and takes will begin at 8
without the count of costs, without giving, nations which have been smoth Those who would like to take I I l' rill

his victim the chance to profit by delay ered by Germany will have anything to I part asked In the to Intercity turn In their tournamentare names I I i '

When and if he finishes up the job i in say about the control of its own financialor I to Elmo Struth or James (Candy) I

Europe and finds the United States still no< economic system or of its customs. Dennis.

According to important European eco- Night tennis Is expected to become -
or machine power,
competitor man power I
doubt that he nomists Germany's plan will create at once popular with the lightingof LOOK AT THESE PRICES
there seems little reason to the courts as many persona'" j

would turn his back on such a valuable the largest free-trade area and the largest working during the day-time will NEW

in the world. In Western now be able to enjoy tennis! on '
finds planned economy
prize. On the other hand, if he us will the darkest night Another ad- ALL-AMERICAN TIRE Y
Russia there
invincible, he is smart enough to let wel Europe alone, excluding vantage of night tennis Is the ";

alone. be an economic unity of 400,000,000 per- added comfort to players due to II you need a guaranteed

enough such magnificanl sons, to which will be added the resources the cooler night air. Goodyear Tire in the rock- ,
Hitler works which Mrs. field. this is
The Co-Ed Class, bottom'price ;
and Belgium
the time element is af the British, French, Dutch
speed, however, the value buy for you.
in the
will be pooled name
which .
these necessary prepara empires,
in making

tions.aid the While Allies,we the debate Allies whether are forced or to not surrender tc- >f Europa Germans Germanica.The .count upon political They Say: NOW ONtr12SSS911$6 6 : ; GOODTTAR'5 tFETMjgGUARANTEE

one by one. Such is the efficiencyof power only after gaining economic power. Atlanta, Gil. 6.-:".
in territory do not concern them
before w Changes
Hitler's war machine, that Gentlemen:
manufacture planes to send to the aid because there will be no France or England, Since moving to Atlanta I have 4J5/5.00-1 TA r MaRc CoaJr

can as language groups. It js predictedthat missed' my Stark paper and am $595 $495 W* Dol
France France is completely overrun here. I just +
of lost. Please send it
King will be put back on Ca.&pricn withynmr Tin we
of Great the Belgian Evorr Goodyear
knows what the fate can't get along without It. Whenyou're
No '
one olJ fm to you
will in all probabilitybe his throne, and may be rewarded with the so far away from home It sea to gaarantcxi
but it
will be wit h d
Britain- UFE. _
throne of Holland. Mussolini and King Just seems that you cannot get for it* FULL
before we are able to send any with iimiut*
along without keepingup tim or mil nominal
great assistance in the way of fighting Victor Emmanuel may things through the Telegraph.
control of Italy, but the real power in tMLra A. Gill. At No Extra Charge

equipment.Our is to Europe, including full control of financial -
only hope, therefore, concen Starke. Fla.
defense and foi systems and customs, will be in the handsof Matthews: TIRE
trate on national prepare Dear ]Mr. OUR GREAT MARATHON
Nazis.It I have appreciated the articlesIn
possible speed
the worst with, the greatest South concerning the It ran*. and nm end RUNS
to Telegraph f
Hitler's plan conquer
left of them) il
Help the .-Allies (what war situation. I think the United
k *. before itv j'tpo-late America by business agents rather than by clever
can get help there ; States Is doing a very
we all means arm our own country tc guns. Inasmuch as the chief market of thing to keep out of this Euro-

but' by South America has been Europe, the Ger- pean mess as long as possible,
with airplanes,
the teeth, blacken our sky as we can protect our
so long
the breakdown of the West- 5.4 5"0'2'
with battleships, and man mans count on which I am very mire SIZE
dot our oceans FIRST only )
nfy now
As far as the new
to its maximum strength.It ern Hemisphere policy. I we art capable of doing. $ 88

our Army to think of the money that United States is concerned, the planners of I I am very much Interested for TIME 8 6.0O-16 $355I.W5B.25S.SOIT r
is galling have laughed off the Mr. Roosevelt's re-election under AT THIS _
armaments which could the World' Germanica conditions. I think It 6.00-16
on present
must be spent it tow Farce $35.3S S18JS _
CONstructively rather than DE- idea of any armed ,invasion. They say. would be one of our greatest stn '

be spent such drastic measuresare will be completely unnecessary to take mili- mistakes to get a new president.I IVh.a ". .ht in a4 gf 4 4.7S/s.oo-i '27.75 14.25

Btructively. But .If action against the United States, also also think our' President is just 6.25/6.50-15 44.05 22.60
to do but tary
there nothing under conditions as
as capable
necessary, in S.23/S.50-1S 32. 0 16.55
forced to part
wholeheartedly, with as few that America can Woodrow Wilson was In the first
go at the job little mourning the system because there will be no other World War. Ca.h pri .. with year; old tirtm
and as '
possible, J.V.. Jordan.
as r
qualms might have been." foreign markets for the raw materials andagricultural I / a OTHER SIZES PRICED IN PROPORTION

over "what had much rather spend his products of the United States, Starke Fla Wfciu 3U.w ll. Sliifctly HiBh r

Although he for feeding, clothing, since they can hardly be all sold in the Deer Editor: TIRES
hard-earned money I enjoy reading your editorialseven
Hemisphere.All mum ...NKMVUUlREGISTER
real Western
and educating his family, there isn't a though 1 d o not always s
alive today who would not this, of course, if Germany wins. agree with you. Especially on

American father his home from destruction But the war is not over yet, and Germany's the third term business. I think MOTOR COMPANYPhone
use his last dime to save of plans have, to be completely revised., Roosevelt! has been president long
true may
if necessary. What is I enough. I know he has tried to
family is true of a whole nation of O do good but the labor situation 103 Starke,
one ,
the benign The ancient philosopher, Antiphanes, on our farms la something terrible
families, and our government said: "Two things only a man cannot hide: because of the WPA. Good Corner Madison and Walnut StreetsPAGE
father of us all, who must spend his money, > labor on our farms la the country's -
4 the that he is drunk and that he is in 10ve.1What. I
: as well, as ours, in an effort to save greatest need.C.
about being broke? M. Phillips,
'nga we live FOR and BY.