Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01143
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01143
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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hway Patrol Tennis August Tournament 27, 28, 29 I I Another "First Time" In County History I Home Economics f Pointed Housing Out Shortage C. Of- C. Revived 4 ,

fa{ Licensese tournament- A three will day be Inter-city staged by tennis the I At School Here Starke's acute housing short- By Business Men l k,

Methodist Co-Ed Class on the ILK has created an overwhelming :

municipal tennis courts here demand for rooms apartment, .

SaturdayT Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- 'For First Time and houses Joe K. Wilson veteran Friday Night u. '1 ,

day nights, August 27, 28, and Stark real estate agent and i -

DriversHad 29. Trophies will be awarded to vice-president of the Chamber of, '

[ winners in three classes: men P ,t ll lY 1910-41&( Term Will Commerce, said this week. : Secretaries Hired; ,!l lI 'I''I'Two

No Permits; women, and children. The information Y
[ Begin/ Monday; Faculty Mr. Wilson urges all home- 58 Persons And Firms "
Court Cases !Made was contained in an announcement Has owners or agents In town to list I Joined
[ Several ChangesFor By Wednesday I
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Wednesday by Mrs.D. I
II I with the Chamber of Commerce .
( of automobile drlvadford P. Carpenter teacher of the available, living I The old '
number the first time in the history any quarters Bradford County Chamber .f : J
were em- \
Countlans State Co-Ed Class. of Bradford County schools whether a house' apartment or'II of Commerce was reorganized ;,
used Saturday when It was also announced that {''a only a .single room. "Last Saturday I Into n live-wire Starke Chamber ;'

L a v Patrolmen stopped them from tonight on Charles Darby course in Home Economics for alone," he stated "I had i of Commerce with two paid executive I .,'

Road 13-Road 48 Inter ec- would have charge of the keys girls of the eleventh and twelfth five (persona' come to me wanting secretaries at a mass i.

her and asked to see their operating the flood lights for grades will be taught here this rooms and I could not find locations I I meeting of city business and professional .-:

('S'license. The ratio of night tennis. I year, it was announced yesterday for these prmorm.. If we men Friday night of :1 Ii,

Lrrassed' motorists ran I The committee for arranging; by E' L. Williams, who Is had a. lint. of ALL the available I last week held In the auditorium i ;, ,.

one driver without a II- I| the tournament was appointed at a g a i n principal of Bradford rental property In town we could of the Woman's Club, \

twenty with the County high school.n. house these' people and do the ,
to every a class business meeting; Tuesday -- _4 The meeting was called by Dr. 'I
red permit. I night and Includes Miss Ruth H. S. opens for Its 1940-41 owners a FREE service." I M. I;. Herlong. president of the J .j;

Irlng the day 24 persons were Sternberg who will take applications The scene above marks another "first time" In BradfordCounty's eight months term Monday. However Persons with vacant houses, original Bradford County Chamber ,

d who had not bought from all\ women wishing to passing parade of noteworthy. events. Starke. filling- on Monday there will be no apartments or rooms, or persona i of Commerce when this or- I
permits and they were enter the tournament; Charles stution-and-garageman Lucy Conway has Just purchased from formal opening exercises due to I who have a spare room they i ganlxatlon became defunct about "

tiy sent down to the courtto Darby, who will take applications Tax Collector C. A Knight the one-thousandth plain automobile Inadequate orating facilities, Mr. would like to rent can quicklyturn two years ago following the 1 .
same. Of this numb I license This Williams announced. School will the Idle space into a steady I establishment here of the Rotary 4f <
get 'from the men; and Olin White tag. many "plain" (for Ford Chevrolet, and other f' .
obtain private I lust about one hour on the openIng Income if will telephone Club. l'l'I
per- they just
had to I Jr., 'who will "take applicationsfrom light cars) tags have never been sold In the county before and '
| and 6 needed chaffeurs 11-.I the boys and girls. A. w.1 Mr. Knight cites this as an example to the greater pronperltyour day and regular classes will write or see personally Over 40 of Starke's leading I
begin Tuesday morning. I Mr Wilson, Mrs. Evelyn Stephens business and 'I
Jr. professional
was appointed is men
gen county now enjoying. The above scene took place out- I
e.e members of the Highway eral chairman of the committee.The side the west door of the courthouse IS1': and the two The II. H. S. faculty this year I or Mrs. Olive Rumpel (Starke were present for the meeting last I
I working out of Gainesville July has thirty members as comparedwith Chamber of Commerce secretaries Friday night, which was, called ',
checking here. They were I entrance fee in the tournament gentlemen are posing before Conway's car which now bears the thirty-one last year (including ). The Information neededIs to order at 8 o'clock by Dr. Her-- i I II
will be J JI
Anderson of Gainesville. each and only 50-cents for I tag. Since that date four more "plain" plates have been sold. the two county music as follows: location rental I long. The genial Doctor was' 11 i,

W. Hagans of Palatka and I have player complete the rules committeewill In all this year 1,735 tags of all classifications. have been sold. teachers). Holdover members of wanted per week or month, number speedily elected temporary chairman : ;, t

Clifton of Lake City. The and +I the faculty are: Misses Ruby of persons that can be accommodated I and A. W. Anderson, Jr., ? t.
regulations worked out ,
jrul procedure was for oner I; for the Lllley, Madge Mlddleton. Willie any special conditions I was selected as temporary secretary > ;t

to take traffic goingand matches, will keep scores and Artillery Unit Two RobberiesMonday Mae Hlnson Lucile Kennedy, t (such as no children, no ''!, ft.i"
award trophies. I dogs, married only, etc..), .
the other two take the Coming To BlandingAround Alice Fernandez and Evelyn I A lengthy round-table discussion "
lier northbound traffic. Ther Friday August 23 was set as Stump; Mesdames! Evelyn Rltch. if garage Is available bath facilities 1 by those present debating t ( '

> would wave each passing the final day to qualify for. entering ': 800 officers and men Leola Roberts Edna Frevatt. (IIn rooms and apartments), the question of whether or not !r '

le to the curb and, If the the tournament. I began arriving at Camp Blading Night Ethel Biggs. Edna Hart Luclle and whether upstairs. or downstairs the Chamber should be revived. J'1'1'I 4

r was a woman tip his hat Tonight (Friday) on the tennis ( Edward) Brown, Kate Shepard (rooms and apartments). followed and It was agreed by all l I II

ask to "please let me see"IIrenNe. courts the Co-Ed Class is havingthe I yesterday for three days of artillery I Thieves Cot Valuables Eunice Searing, Lorraine ,'This information may aim be left I I those attending that an active :. : '

The officers were weekly "Class Night" and ,, practice beginning Monday.The (Smith) Priest, Delle Dowling, at the office of the Telegraph 'Chamber of Commerce was necessary .

!ly courteous to the men. everyone Is invited to attend and regiment Is the 110h Field Worth $65; Were R. M. Perkins Eva Anderson, I I This/ Is a splendid opportunity : If Starke was to get Its fair (

t the license was produced play tennis or merely watch. Artillery of the Florida National Seen At Third Place Grace. Wainwright and Verna I for families having/ an unused share of the Camp Blanding business I l.: 4

patrolman examined It care- Guard. Demorcst; and K. L. Williams upstairs to turn It into an apartment and take full advantage of t

paused It back to the owner Local Guards and Lester Sponholtz. The two I and also to rent extra' other opportunities that appear to 'I
Monday night beginning, -
Several 75 millimeter fieldpieces apparently I remain the '
motioned him to proceed. If county music teachers rooms In the house be In the offing. In a vote It '

license was forthcoming, the Go To Camp I and possibly some larger around- 12 o'clock, two I same Mrs. A. .K. Wall and Mrs. I In view of the housing shortage was unanimously carried to re- ;' ;
II guns, will be used during the robberies took place in Starkeat H. C. Brown. I
in was altogether different. I situation here, some rental Vive the Bradford County Chamber I
H who had left the permit Twenty men and the two officers practice which will take place : James Maye's, Radio Shop, I The six new member of the I I property owners are already raising of Commerce under the name 'I ; '
hid to go get It and. show of Starke's Headquarters I In the Sand Hill Lake area of I and Mr. and Mrs Cyrus Slstrunk's faculty are: Misses Dorothy the rents' It was learned this : of the Starke Chamber of Com .il",f .

9 the officer within a certain Detachment of the Florida National Camp Blanding. Doubtless the i thief Swanbom. Dorothy Delavan Mar- I week merce. It was pointed out how .

:!tb of time. Those having noittStf Guard will leave from the i rumble of the guns will be heard home. The same tha Metcalf and Joyce ever, that the organization would ".

all were hardest hit.I[ depot aboat': special train Sun t In Starke, and. localltes will be was seen prowling around Mr. and Melvin! Futch and WOOds'1"' 88,000 More Acres work towards the benefit of the ,

Highway! Patrol made a case day'"."ttemutJ.:: 1:30: o'clock I given a tas ..of what a: near-by and Mrs., Horiii" KdwarJ's 'home, phens Miss Woods Is entire county\ I it,

the County Court against thiser I tor the' annual training camp. I I battle In war time must be like. but there' the thief got no fur- of the neW' 'Home Economics I'For Camp'Blanding'I' Election of officers followed 1. .

category and the culpritto The training; this year will be Adjutant General Vivian Col- ther than a look In the bedroom course and Bill Stephens Is the I and Dr, Herlong was again 'r '
appear before Judge'E.Ferryman. Boureguard, located tins of St. Augustine, warns all football coach for the colng season For a per elected president unanimously
at Camp
I not to enter the artillery windows. Stephens will also teach year, the State Armory Board "
persons ,
Judge Perryman partly In Texas and partly In Jos. E. former secretaryto
the three days Sometime after James Mayes several classes Tuesday acquired a three-year I
day afternoon was practice area made
onlying Louisiana. This Is the furtherest ;; the organization, was
motorists without licenses the local guards have ever been the regiment Is In training. Warning went to bed around 11 p. m., the The seven members of the B. lease on 88.000 additional acres vice-president without a dissenting
I ', signs will be placed on all thief gained entrance to the shop, H. S. faculty last not teach- for Camp Blanding making the who
ase same at the'usual price from home for annual training year vote, while K. L. Matthews,
trails leading Into the firing via sticking an Ice-pick through ing here this are Miss Kitty entire area of the camp now total I I accordedthe
50-cenU for private and $1 and they will have the longest I year was not present, was
chaffeur's licenses.. Judgean In recent I area and as a further precaution the back screen door and lifting I Hogsed. Mesdames Madeline Andrews 119,200 acres. The land was"rented" office of secretarytreasurerby
period years
I the hook. A $45: watch, two to the Armory Hoard
said he had "not de- three weeks. an advertisement was inserted '; S, F. Vandlvlere Rosalind 1 I a 100 percent ballot.
Mi" just what he would do toN Those going to camp IncludeLt. In two Issues of I dollars In money and Mayes' Williams, and Daisy Fisher" and i I, by Foremost Properties, Inc., of I''I The executive board, which Is
Penney Farms.
the Telegraph warning against pants and shirt were taken. Next J. M. Whittemore and J. H. At-
,caught beyond making them T, T. Long and Lt. R. G.I I the governing body of the Chamber -
a license. of the local com entering the range. I morning May_ found.his clotheson kinson. I The acquisition of the additional and make and directs Its
Wolman Kldd (officers I I be south Fearce's buck porch,' but the Williams acreage at lilandlng fol and Is made Up
Anderson said Brad- pany), and sergeants E. R. The guns will placed Principal In In Ma (I actions policies

I County was about on a level Struth, W. H. Graham, and James i, and east of Magnolia Lake and money was gone. office at the school house today of ten directors, elected, as are

i the rest of the state. -'We I Dennis, corporals Sam Alvarez ,I, will fire north across Sand Hill I At another house the thief did and tomorrow (Friday and Satur- ex-tending I I I I the other officers, by the entire

that only about one of every R. L.. Dobbs Al Kay Carlisle, not succeed: In a bedroom on day) to receive registrations from i I membership. The president, vice-
tnty Lake. The Impact area is from the north side of his house Morris ,, and
students not school secretarytreasurerare
drivers Is without a 11- and R. C. Long, and privates new attending president
| ." he stated, "and this Is Brunner Baker, John Crews L. the northern and eastern shores Edwards and his two children, here last year, and to receive applications 1 I President's request to call them I', ex-officio members of the
"a ( ; Caroline and Morris Jr., were out for a year's training is' The board members
condition we find Just about H. Harper Ed Malone, Joseph :! of the latter lake for distance for entrance examina- board. ,'J
sleeping But Mrs. Edwards was I I granted by Congress.The I elected N. K.
rywhere. Kelly, Sam Simpson, Steve :: of several miles. tions that will be given Monday were Sternberg
Those having to buy licenseslate Walker, Jack Shepherd, Theodore -I I finding sleeping' hard business on afternoon. "We have every pros Florida Motor Lines obtained O. Duncan. Guy H. Sale C. II.
II a hot night. Suddenly she sawa of school a Railroad Commission per + W. B. Sewell, Dr
> In the year will only Bob Myrick, Geo. 'I I pect for a fine term Na.worthy
to use them two Goodge. Morris John Capo shadow outside the window Mr. Williams stated. mit to serve Camp lilandlng with I W E. Middleton, p, M. Barefoot.
months. Johnson, and
vers1 permits for 1940-41 Silcox, Walter Died WednesdayWednesday closest her head to her left. I passenger service on a Starke- I IV. S. St. John W M. Edwards,

sale l In the office of the County go Jackson. Cautiously she looked a little Mundy's Barber Shop Green Cove Springs bus route. and Charles Darby.

Je around night, at 9 o'clock closer, saw a man. Horrified It was announced yesterday, anda Following the election of officers
September 1 and
ome effective October 1. when Recruiting StationAt John Capo 60, died at his home she lay still. He walked silently Begins Remodeling Jacksonville taxi cub concernIs and board members, the
past the other two bedroom win attempting get permission meeting dispersed an all further
this present licenses expire. So Gainesville i here, as the result of an opera- dows to her right; when he Lost Thursday Bill Mundy, to put 65 cabs 'on the Blandingto business and actions are at the,

3,275 year, Judge Perryman has lion performed Tuesday morning. reached the lust one on that side owner of Three Friends BarberShop Jacksonville route. discretion of the executive board.
: drivers' licenses States Navy ,
have United
T old in The stationIn Mr. Capo was apparently recovering he shined a flashlight! through began something he says. Hoard Hire HffcrrlJtrtai
Bradford recruiting
County, 3.- established a satisfactorily until Wed the screen Mrs. Edwards was he's been trying to get at for Use The< executive board met Immediately
Private and 153: announcedthis Blanding May
chaffeur UUlys Gainesville, was
''N. Brownlow, I nesday night, when. Just before growing morn terrified every months: remodeling and repairIng following the organization -
T. N. I
week by Recruiting 1 his very sudden death, he com I Ii minute; the strain on her nerves his shop. Local Market meeting and elected Dr.

of the U. S. Navy i plained of great pain In the vicinity was terrific: "Morris, Wtke up! To begin with. the back wall Herlong chairman. This was

Agency Service. that of his heart. Get your gun! There's somebody (paralleling the door) Is being Adjutant General Vivian Collins done Inasmuch as the duties of

Opened "We| find from experience Starke I I services were held yesterday outside this! window!" she yelled.At moved back, to give about six of St. Augustine, has Indicated the president and chairman of
Here from Funeral
: many young men I' ) morning In st.Augustlne'R this the would-be thief made more feet of room. Public that National Guard officers the board would overlap to some
find It more (Thursday I
and Bradford County Cathedral at e. sudden departure. Mr. Edwardsdid shower baths will remain Intact. will cooperate with the extent, and one man could more
LU Richard of Keystone convenient to apply for enlistment ,, Catholic of the local Farmers'
wake and quickly notified management easily and satisfactorily handle
at up Mr. Mundy, the whole place
was says
and M. Interment
IIIsville T. L. Hamiter ot I In the U. S. Navy at i 19 o'clock A. In St Au Sheriff A O. Andreu at 2 o'clock. will be repainted Inside and out, Market and purchase supplies for the entire duties.
this week opened a than to come all the ,, San Lorenza Cemetery here
Gainesville use at Camp lilandlng near
The first task the board under-
c" Sometime during the same and new flooring put In. lie says
agency for .
II In Willys Automo- way to Jacksonville, Brownlow gustine.He I he have the wall, under the when the Camp Is occupied Con took was the listing of the possible -
connection with the Gar- I I Is survived by his widow; ; night the same robber was successful may Lex Green said Tues
gressman membership. This was done,
but Isn'tyet
f and mirrors, lined with tile
"derson Service- Station of A. W. said.The Gainesville station is located three sisters: Miss J. II. Ortagus a second time at the certain about that. Predomi- I I day Mr. Green hall urged that and the board decided on a

The on South Walnut Street. In the postofflce building I'I Alas Oliva Munnon, Mrs. J. H. home of Mr and 1.1'1'1. Cyrus Sin- nating "color" will be white, but I I I this be done through General "graduated" membership I u b -
agency will handle a com- during the period and one brother: Fred trunk. First thing he did was Collins. l
in Gainesville I I Manucy; minds are not yet made up scrlptlon rate, I. e., larger businesses
2."nt. of Willys cars and from August 5 to August 9 only Caps All are from St. AugueI i tear a screen loose from one of I to what color trimmings will be.So a.1 I The attention of General Collins will pay $3 per month for
1 the Public is cordially between the hoursof 1 the windows on the north side availability the Chamber
led and Is open I tine. Is was also called to the their subscription to -
to come to the .how- 8:30: o'clock A. M., and 4:30: Mr Capo was born and reared of the house Easily he reached far, only work completed wall back. at the Farmers'" ,Market I' while lesser ones will pay
and that of moving the I I
" look over the latest P M The new station will Iin St Augustine. Twentyfiveyears I Inside the window grasped one And far most of the work has here for considerable cold storage $2; small businesses can pay as

Mr. Hamiter will be serve Alachua, Putnam, Clay. :' ago, he and Mrs. Capo were I of the dining room chairs and so his I space which could be used little as $1 per month and hold ,\
TelI&rge of Sales at all times. Columbia, Gilchrist and Levy married here in Starke. After took It out through the window, colored been done shoe-shiner by: Mr., Walter Mundy Mc-:i I for the accommodation of the I la[ membership In the Chamber.

? nearer his business l Mr. Counties besides Bradford. i that for many years they made stood on It and climbed Into the I Fashion and Jack National Guard (any possibly Those able to afford It will be

laids l i g' 18 at present living In their home In Jacksonville, but room. Finding nothing In the I carpenter Army) training units at Camp', urged to subscribe more than

ilibu as he could not find a & Davis I ITo had lived here since three years dining room he went Into the bed Blandlng. one membership.The .
vacant home In Starke. Quigley room from which he took a executive board estimatedthat
of the
A meeting
Move Office ago.In above pocketbook, with about $12 in It, I. H. BlasingamesMove a really efficient Chamber'of
r Wist his place of business manager J. L. Gentry, and the
I Near by on a small table, was a Commerce can be maintainedon
Secretary Here store Mr. Capo pro- To Jacksonville Commanding Officer of Camp
the Work Is rapidly progressing on Starke's "home" cigars .38 revolver which was left" untouched Blanding. looking towards the funds! ranging from ,{200 to

,eoieg, "JT1!* speaker for the Quigley and Davia' new offices, duced were made there and sold Nobody was awakened.The Quiet friendly I. H. Blasln- ,, sale by the Market of surplus products I 1290: per month and the belief

"nut sertdcee Sunday night i which, when completed, will have ,i)under They the name of "Slora Sina. thief went through the game who, for over two years ,' to the Camp I I. being arranged was expressed that this figure
V at the Baptist church with a present dresser took nothing except three could be reached although It ''S
'1 be changed places I has been assisting Pharmacistfor by General Collins Mr.
te the Dr. wW.: Wllllan, store-house facing Call Street Immediately -, Road 13 packages of cigarettes. He went I D: P. Carpenter's Drug Store, 'I Green added.Goldens might require some effort. : ,
Sunday railroad {Working On hall to the other bedroom I
ill School secretary of east of the down the left Wednesday with Mrs. Blasln- After careful Investigation, and
e. Baptlat Convention. I crossing. I Work began this week on repairing where Mrs. Sistrunk'smuther game to live permanently at his I Leave following a thorough examination i's
uiian, now windows have step restlessly went I of references given the board
irs rounding out 25: Large, spacious and resurfacing Road 13 former home at 1637 lona StreetIn '
I ..:Lr,7lC6, In this office i. been cut In front and on both Lawtey and Maxvlll. through the dresser took nothing. Jacksonville. 0. P. Golden, who, for a little ; unanimously hired Mrs. Evelyn 4:
between I I
\ fine speaker forlIr ends. By the end 0 f the The Manly Construction Company Police have not yet caught the Of Starke "Doc" Blaslngame over three months, has been copartner Stephens, formerly of Lawton ,.

' b People's groups. and alt building will be a drive-way, of Ocala and Valdosta Georgia, guilty person.Cemetery said: "We've made lots of friends with Junlus Smith In the Oklahoma, as executive secretary lIP T
' nlrs a message which passenger cars the work. her, Thursday and hired Mrs. Olive Rumpel. ,
challeng- through for Cleaner
and ha. the contract here; I hate to leave Starke'sa Dry
'\'tuna t. interesting. Starke'" and smaller trucks may cross Road 13. the main thoroughfarefor WorkingThere nice place, with some nice people I left with Mrs. Golden to formerly of Gainesville; as assistant
l the I having Dr. WWian through the lumber-yard to the Jacksonville to central and In It... In Jacksonville, he again. live and work In Jackson : executive secretary The k
''rb! BaPU.t church on Sunday first unpaved road on the other traffic was severely will be an Evergreen ville, from where be came to' two women are companions 'and
Florida for presentwill
work '
II I fIVe'LUte .Is greatly In demand side of the block. west damaged by the freeze lest win- Cemetery working the Come second I says, be his that of relieving other I I Starke. Amiable Mr. Golden refused -!I agreed to discharge the duties toContinued ,
carpenters In August. pre
' State Friday ( on pg eight
"** of Florida. The "Several different and In addition Is In a to go Into details.
ter, I' all druggist
will day
work. to stay
' begin at doing the says I pared
tk!!,. eight o' have been major tate of dl repalr.
J. T. Quigley. A;,

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lr.crlpfl...n Nee. T It A o..r. fee"ate lIllf:1t: : \
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6 Clemon. 124 All Blk 11. Town Z3 5 22 Lawtey State Bank 21.18 .1 1 a
I. r NOTICENotl. NE'4 of ME% 23 21 40 W. C. tey W of Ry Thai |i. I' ,HR I
Beg ISO ft If of NW Cor I' 12. Town of Law Cert itappi .1 p ".II.lbIE
All Blk 5 23 R. A. Blanchard 10.97 14"lIan"
of HWI* of NEV A run W of Hy 13 day '! 14 I.
t H 259.8 ft, E 1434 ft to I tey of I' \ \D IpM
': much right of way, thwnc-e Lot 8 of Blk 22 Town S 23 O. J. Phillip. 8ia ,, ,. 'rrl ant
lands or *"' a '
.." I* hereby given that the following described of 1939i Northerly :31 .7 ft, W Lawtey W of Ry iBHUMlenibi,, 'Ii .'at I
thereof as necessary to pay the amount due for taxes' 1252 ft 'to beg In Sty! 2.11 I Lot. of Blk 22, Town of ,,i, a.pr. .
opposite with cost of such sale : Watnwrtsht 5 22 O. J. Phillip. ..&3
together 'IiM
,1 to the same of of 88 5 21 8 Maud Lawtey W of Ry ..,'' ,, '
advertising old at pul.llo auction on Monday the 2nd day etlNW;!; I Ii 1I
will be Com : Cor of Blk 4 of Blk 24 fore I. ,,' '
5Ui.ieiiii.er A l> 1940 at the hour of 12 o'clo..k. noon at the Courthousebounty \ Springs & Lob 3, 4, 5. 6 NT: y vumd4ls1,
fi State of Florida of Hellbronn 3, 4 of Blk JJ! ,
I of Bradford In the City of Starke, A Lot. .
the : ,
dour N130ftE44)ft ., .
run of Lawtey n r. ua ,
p TaceeIeeaCPIPloo H 180 ft, W 440 ft to Town 23 5 22 Geo. F. Young 5.43 co.rh.. "I IINtn""8

".... Tn..8 Owner .. (:u.... beg at right angle to of Ry SE Cor ert> u,. ," I Ixuad I h, ,bo.n
and parallel with, public .. Corn 76ft N from n 'aid
8'<, of SW% III 6 10 80 Empire Lumber Co '.21 road ex I Lot In .; of Hotel Lot run W s John> ", h.. lit:noa"
All' 8'A, of III'I. S of :Jltlv..r NW Cor of 65 ft .,', 75 ft N 75 ft. E t'nl I .
16 111 20 Empire Lumber Co S.9' N A 8 by 15Umft E AW ;'I.'ude 8.94 ft a 75 ft to pt of beg r"d"pn. ", o 1 f\nltltal\
Wainwright of e
NW% ae 6 111 180 Empire Lumber Co 18.0' i 38 5 21 own; of Lawtey W 23* S 22 Maude Walnwrlght 25.80 sold art, \ d'' ;dllli :W
111 Lumber Co e.n E"'J of Lots 7. 8. II. of tOo 'Ih' db'd ihehu
M 8'N of SN% 1 1 80 Empire of Lot. 11. Com 34 ft S from SE Cor hlllh.1 :
lllk 3 A EVi! W \ courth,ux, ,. do I .Aidl,.
I 1 U 80 Oeneva Harrell n.18 1. Hotel Lot run
101'of HIo'I\ 12 of Blk 4 A Lot of day hi I ,
''M N.i of NW4 & Freclit 2. 11. 12 of Blk 7 & 40 ft. 1421ftE 401 ft. 194Q Whtl'.h nwnth"' ttj: r f''
NWy of NW% I 1 18 .0 T. D. Edwarde 1.10 all Blk 8 ex ]ote 8. 10 2.26 N 21 ft to pt of beg, September, le the !III
'f, r SEy. of HE% 11 1 U 40 Lloyd Barry 11.38 In Hellbronn Spring 36 5 21 Maude Wainwright Town of Lawtey W of 8 22 .* Emma P. Hell ..00 lIpd thls I i94't
[ 16th
und Int In Lob Uy 194
of NWye & NE'4. ntH One half Cor23 Eq
H Nil;;tW'4 & HW\4\ of $E4. 10 1 19 180 Empire I.umb Co. 18.38 1. 2 & Wy of Lots Com 55 ft S from SE ( '
of NWI4. of NE% 11 1 U 20 Geneva Harrell 4.11 11, 12 of Blk 4 In Hell- 1." of Hotel Lot & run W Clerk .offAt.;1 SEAL, A'
11 1 11 40 Lloyd Barry 1.88 hronn Spring. 21 Maude Walnwrlgbt 100 ft. B 104 ft. E 100 ? Coulety fl-uu" "ourl"
of HW 3f. .
i 8W y y4 11.99 Florida
I .11 Me4cIe CI..mona of .
1'k' 8rif NE% E'.v of NWVi of 11 8.88 tt. N 104 ft to pt V.
} W % 11 7 19 180 blre Bula Uarr.U 10.41 Ul NEV N Wo'1 road 2 6 21 167 Mr.. Annie R. Alvarea beg Town of Lawtey" 22 1
6 Torod
of SW'4 & W 10 A :JVi of SEVi; of NWVi & W of Rv ., Mr. W. B. 16.68ILot27ftNASby
Sj '! of'NEy of HW" II' 19 60 A. A. Edwarda 1.10SWII NEV of aW% SWW 8 21 .0 W. R. Strickland 100 wIt Artlllerv tS'1R\I\: II

: A or 8"% & I.14 of of NE% A EVi of. T) & W & on Wile on land Fn'Inp "'III be
o 8 It UO 1\.r.\ C. Ro.ler Bounded N _' '. recently
HI4' II 1 11 120 Empire Lumber Co 13.'S of State 8t State I<'qUlr.
I i NWy of REV s E 2.4W of4 NWVi of NW 5 6 11 20 Bessie Carter 2.63 by Torode Lot & 8 by ." Seven A"mnry i hoard I.
?:ol H' i of N4\ or 8 V & Sof NWVi of NWy 5 6 2L 20 Dollie Power 2.63 Oeo F. You, Town ofLawtey I and Eight.
:{ W of Ry 23 5 22 "Mre. Hattie Nolan 18.98 ?.tar.4ouB" "n Au111
HI1% of BW% & 11! 23 A NI!:% of NI-Vtv' WY\vof A
j t.f tJw'4' of t3Wy4 II 19 133 Ouy J. Harr.n 11.01 NKVi 1 Lot 65 ft N & a by 100
8N'4 of lFay & ESy of of $w'N 8 e 11 1080 J. W. Townsend 80.48 ft E & W on W side of enteringrsone are Warn

I'IW% of Si'I: {. 1. 20 .0 Mrs. S. N. Johne, Jr 1.80 WVi of SW% of NEW ex State St Bounded N by Dat"lI. area 01 I IVIVIAN
Com at NW Corot NW 1? EVi of Noland Lot A S bv _
y t of NWVe & run E 14& of NWy&ex N 5 6 It 10 Win. Thomaa Thede Lot. Town of "
1-3 8 8110 1"de, W .' tI 14 TO of SKVi 10 8 21 80 Mrs.. Inez Kelley 2.24Eu4 .91 Lawtey W of Ry 23 5 23 oeo. F. Young .".8.01. 1-2" ,t t E'Uutent Oentni
860ydlt of 11 6 It 20 Alex L. Barnes of Cor
146 2-3 yde. of NKV4 SKVi Com 246 ft R
to beg 1 1 20 20 Ida Moody 3,83 SWVi of NWV 11 8 21 to Empire Lumber Co 8,71s1 of Lot 8 & 120 4 .._
'r Com at :" of NWVi & NEVi! of of beg, o r. -
S : or NI-a '. ft for a pt ..
NJo $Ew 12 e It 80 JoeDhine Edwarde 11.09 I60 ft. 8 : .
NI.: Cur of % \ thence run .
i j & run H to b4eo Cnr NWltf SWVi 12KM. 6 It .0 Alex L. Barnes 1.211 100 ft, W 60 ft, N 100 ) i-t.I .' .
Yh i 1 thence W on H..c. line of NW'4 of NEVi ANKVi ft to pt of hag Town 5ss
I7 99& fte thence North..rly of SWVi of NKVi 14 6 21 30 Unknown 8.92 of Lawtey E of Hy, I : I
to y(, Hoe line 1110 NWVi of NWVi 14 8 21 40 Floyd (roMhy 1.29 Seen 23-24-25 26 5 22 D. C. & Matti. Reed 4.60 ,
I It.. ft W of bxg. thence E NWV of SK'4' 22. 11 U B. M. McHae, 1.211 : Cor :
,.!/ pt of b"c I 8 20 86 Ida J. M.rrltt 4.23N4y NWV\ of NW'/&W44of CorLot10FArun N210 I day slut,, ) A, ii' 'Itll.w
4 ,l N4. of SI4 of & NIof NWVi\ 22 6 11 60 J. R. Hall 1.80 ft B 106 ft S 210 ft. name In ,In) ,ffi" ''
of N : of SVVy4 11 6 20 to E. A. & Mabel Sapp 4,02w EVi of NW'A\ SWVi of VI 105 ft to beg. or I.ot application fur a lox andissued d.I
1 SI IIof 8vlty.\ & tH4a NWVi 29 6 21 120 J. E. Brown UII IOC Town of Lawtey thereon| SOld

/ of NIJ'4! o8Wy allRW'44 Beg at SE Cor of NWVi E of Ry In Seen 2.1- embrater the fOllnWln
of 8E'4 S of of NWV, of SWVi Hec. 24-25 28 5 22 Unknown 566 property II I the County
Branch 11 8 20 80 E. A. Sapp 2.81 A run N 66 degrees. W Lot 13 Sub Dlv ex Lot tord. State .r Flirlde t

Nf 14 ofRFW:\ ofel i E 715 ft to Sec line thenceN 1, Town of Lawtey E Lot 36 t i A "In SE CSec"
\ publIcrond 370 ft to NW Cor of of Ry In Sera 21-24-25 28 5 22 L. H. Hazard 445 35. Town of Law tey B
& all HW\4\ of NWVi' of SWVi thence E Nof Lot IB. Town of .. 21, 24
$E4' N .f Mill Branch 11 1 SO 70 Mra. J. P. Dowllna' 2.0 860 ft8 860 ft to beg Lawtey E of Ry In Sees South Rans; 2i'E16.. To

All .Ih of NI-H E of ex I A on N aide A ex 23-24-25 26 5 22 L. H. Ha.card 378 The assessment of the .j
11. 20 &IS Mr. S. N. Johna Jr, 1.84 6 Mary C. Pi Hard 6.37 erty under
Branch 3A In NB!: Cor 4 7 21 Lot 20 ex 1 Lot 100 ft the Bald coni
All NW of NWNof Blk 40 In SampHon City NASby400ft U&: .ued was In the name oft
grads, r..1 11,45 A J' 1 20 11 Unknown 1.114 A I A E of Blk 40 W In NW Cor Townof Unless said Mrtlfict
NI% of HW% I1 6 10 40 Carrie T. Dowling et al 4.1U I In" IV of NW44 of E of Ry In redeemed according I
II 6 20 .to J. O. Turner et al 4.1U 2 C. Pillard 1.81 Lawtey :
tIf, of Hwy SW'4 4 1 21 Mary Seen 23-24-25 28 5 23 Mr.. Annie Lou Godwin S.27 property described :
NFyof!, NErex 2 A In Lot 3 of Blk 11 Samp Lot 26 ex W 55 ft, Townof old to the hlghMt ffil
NW Cor & NW% of .on City 4 7 21 Unknown 3.n E of Ry In court house dour: on thill
N":% lOX I A In BE Cor 14 1 10 1. E. A. Sapp 1.16 W 4 A of S% of 8Wy4, Lawtey 23-24-25 28 5 22 day month o! A
In Seen Mr.. E. R. Harmon 2.42 nIth" '
111. 20 .0 Empire Lumber Co. 8.12 Malinda 8.89 which
RW % of SWy4 of NE\4\ 5 7 21 Prldtr..on. Lot 27. Town of LawteyE the 6th day 01
NI: ... of NE'4 & 8W\4\ 7 A on H aide of SEI4 of 23- 1940.
Z1 20 110 F.mplre Lumber Co. 1.29 '7 T. N. Kendrick 2.64 Ry In Sec. olll
of NE\4\ of NE\4\ 10 7 21 28 5 22 Dated thin loth day
SUVe of NE% & SE\4\ U 8 20 200 Mre. D. W. Kelley 80." NFJI4 of NW% or NE% U 7 11 10 Unknown I.U Lots 24-23 30, 31. 32 Town of L. H. Hill 1.7S (OFFICIAL SEAL) AI I i
of U 20 40 Urady Mlnll 1.29U'4 Clerk of
8Ey4 SW\4\ N"J"of NW\4\ & NWy4 of In Circuit Court
of 8Ey4 II 6 20 80 R. 8 Johna 14,81NWy4 NW'4 of NFy U '7 11 60 Unknown '..20NY Lawtey Iof Ry County, Florida ,
U 6 10 180 Mr.. D. W" Kelley 28..0 of 8F.4' 'of NFJ14 16 7 21 20 Unknown 1.63 Seen. 23-24-25! 26 5 22 M. F. Brown 5.13 j

Lit 4. I of Blk It New N15 of NW% of Hwy'4 n 7 21 20 Unknown 2.08 N'4 of Lot 31, Town ofLawtey ?_. -
23-14 6 20 E. A. & Mab..1 Sapp 1,84 E of Ry In
IUver WlI, of W of NEy4 &
Lot I of Dlk IS New 1. 10 A o0 NWI. 20 7 21 60 Unknown 8.92 Sec 23-24-25 26 5 22 Emma P. Hill 2.43 NOTICE FOR: OP unlr
Mlver 23-14 6 20 E. A. & Mabel E1app 1.84 to Lots 50, 60A Town of r't mE:
flfI\4: of NEy4 20 'I 21 Empire Lumber Co 3.11 <"..nllt.
Bill ..
Lawtey B of Ity In \ |
NW'It of NWy IS' 20 .0 H. 8. Johns 8,99 Eu4 of SW'4 of NWy4 & '
NW'of' NW% & 85 of N"4\ of SWy4 2t '7 21 .0 F. T. Abernathy 1.80 Seen 23-24-25! 26 5 23 C. H. Kettles. 2.94 That NOTICU Mrs :Monte IS: HERkBTl ParkJ
NWy IT S 10 110 Mr. n. W. Kelley 17.03 SEy4 of 8Ey4 22 'I 21 40 Unknown 311 Lot 51, 62. 53. 54. 55, 66 of Tax
11iI or NEy4: III II/: ) 80 Mr. D. W. Kelley 13.26NWy4 NN''. of 8Wy4 ex road It 7 21 38 T. H. 'ol'nell..on 8.1' leas 1 Lot In NW Cor the 4th Certificate lu.: ,f bo. Ideed i
of NI':% U 6 20 40 Urady Mlsell 1.29 NII'.J.of N'oft of NW'A ex of Lot 54, 210ftN&S baa filed. July A
S 28 A of I.ot 11 31 6 20 21It.. H. Green Jr. 2 nH 1'. 15! rt 8t ex 8 A hike, 25 1 21 Sf U. D. Dyal tO' by 105 ft E W, Townof has made Home aiipllcallun In my ll nl
of Lit II at 6 20 40 Mr. f. A. Green 4UHWI4 AI of NW% E of Lawtey E: of Ry In 1 1I
1. of 8WV. U 6 20 46 Mrs. L. A. Green 4.11 nl4 28 :7 21 21 Mra. O. A. Dubuy 6.20 t'I"ca' 23-24-2'S 26 5 22 O. H. Pearce 7 62 certificateniliruco to he l HUfd thfw

HIr.4 of FtI4:\ II 6 20.0 T. M. Stephens 6.22111y NEy4 of NW'4 ae 1 21 to Emma Muphl..nhardt 11.8& NW\ of Lot 67 Town ofawtey I deBi-rllifd. In the i
properly iki
E: of In
of NEy4 & NEI4 of Ity '
Lute 8. 4 or 10 A In NEy'4 of
1'I4' \ U 6 20 120 T. 1If. Stephens 15..3 of NFJII, 1 5 23 10 L. H. 11I11 212Ey4 Seen 21-24-25 26 5 22 Emma P. Hill 378S wet Bradford State .1[ tl
11104 of RWV4 U 8 10 40 Earl Green t.31 of Lot 9 all Lot.10,11&W'4ofLot Lot 58, 60 63 Town of ;
Blk 21x I I. T
tlWI/. of SEy1 U 8 20 to 1. H. Green 4.81 Lawtey E: of Ity In ) Ward
All W\\ of HW% of 8Wy4 In Woodlawn 1 1210 5 U 30 l\Ira. Teresa Becker 7,18Fy4 Seca 21-24-25 26 6 22 Un./ E. R. Harmon .78 8 Twp.The 7 S n 20 E of,
8! 0'rUDd 83 6 21) 111 T. 111. Rtephena 1,98fll4 of Lot 12 In Lot 62 Town of LawteyE asHPBumitnt
:' of NLy4:' aa 6 20.0 1:11.! WII.on} Let 11.26Wlil lawn WOOd'10 6 2.2 6 Mary Silvia 2.80 : of fly In Svia 23- Property under' the mid i

of NFy NL\ ofNWIJ LO 19 20 28. 19, 80 inWoodlawn 24-25 26 5 22 Ceo. J. White 14.68 wain the name
& N1r4; of f-IE% 33 8 20 200 T. 1\(. Stephen. 26.43Nu4 ; 10 I II 110 Unknown 1.8 Nty. of Lot 1 & all Lot x knownUnleRB.

of SWy4 & S\ot\! of Lot. 35! 36 In Woodlawn 10 II 22 20 Unknown 2.110 S ex S 205 ft of Lot 6, "' said ,-crtlfli.l.
NW% 13 1 20 1110 T. M. 81eph..n. 14.03 Lot., 44, 47, 48 In Wood- Otta Sub-Olv E Lawtey L H.:., HillUnknown 2.41 redeemed according to
AFV4:' It 6 20 180 Lawrence Wiggins 13.52 lawn 10 5 23 30 Unknown t.n Lot 10. 11. Otis. Sub-DIv property described th N9:4 14 8 t0 180 Walter Willa 18.78 Lot. 1. I. 3. 4'& W'ti of E Lawtey 4.83 old to the hluhext bdd4
NW % 2 7 20 160 Lawrence Wiggins 111.08 lots II, 8 & all 9. 10. Com at NE Cor of NWV court house door on met l|
N"W, eX F. It A II 'I 20 138 JoJ..J. & Katie Haa"n 10.11 11. 11. 13. 14 111. 18. of NWV Sec 24 A run 8 ,t" y, > t day In the month of Auiiwhich
SWy4 of SEy4&; 5 1 10 .0 EmpIre Lumber Co 4.n 17. 18, 20. II I, 23. 24. to land wf L. H Hill, s I la the Sib day oil
NF14 of NWSy 6 'I 20 40 R. H. Green Jr Las 1&, 28. 27 In Woodlawn thence on line ofHaiti 1940Dated
bole 8. e. 10 1 20 240 R. H. Balileraon 21." & W'A of NE'4 of 8101! 11 6 12 240 L. H. Hill 28.41 land 760 Nftio S 630 .. this 10th day
I.ot. 11. 11 4 'I 110 160 B. B. H.ulu.on 14." Lot. 29 II In Woo- ft W 600; ft, o ft, lH e7 1940
Iota 1. 2 1 1 20 160 C. L. Atkln.on 14." lawn II 6 23 20 Unknown 3.411! E 489 ft, thence Northerly (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I
I A In SN Cnr of I.ot II Lot 41 In Woodlawn II II 23 10 Unknown 1.82 1000 ft, E 186 ft to Clerk of Circuit Court ol. I

& 1.3AIn8WCurof Lot2 In Wootllanw l 10 (leo. beg 23-24 Ii 22 20 Mrs E. R. Harmon '.U County Florida. 1NOTKR
RPW4 IISE A 1 220 40 0 "'. Blrr Cone 1.31N14 Lott I 61 I In Woodlawn H : n APO Paul :-re' U Com at a pt on Ry whereE -
of % ex road Mr.. Lillie Lot 23 In Woodlawn 11 II 23 10 Unknown 1.82 & W line of Sec 23
of NEy4 & $Wy4 of Lot. 118. 69. .0 In Wood crosses & run N on Ry OP Kll
NE Also that portion lawn II I 22 80 Unknown ".83 960 ft, to road running Notice In hereby giren l t if
uf 81014 of NW'4 m of Lot. 49 67 In Woodlawn I1 II 23 10 J. T. Munde 3.18 Kant from Icy, thence Eat .. and In accordance with 1tain
road-about 3 A 3 1 20 123 C. C. !Melvin 11.4)1) NE\4\ of N10y4 12 II U to L. H. Hell 4,63 right angles to Ry final decree o( (t,I
NW'4."x 8 A In tiE Cor l0\ of 8WJ4 of NE'4 & 1440 ft to a pt of beg and sale rendered by HiSebrlng
& NF: of tlW% eX 1 A SF of & thence N parallel to Ry an Judge of ttl
In sI1'; Cur 1 7 20 19.In.. Alma Shaw 61.48 y oo fNW &EW 840 ft, thence E at Court of Bradford Counlil)

1AInRECurofN2 % of MW'IL' of 810% w12 I 2Z 90 Unknown 11.61 right angle. 1050 ft. In Chancery In that cent
of 8Wy, A '7 20 1 Mrs O. W. $app 8.81 W'4 of Ri'; of Np4 12 6 II 10 H. W. H.vlland 318 thence S. parallel with pending In Raid Court f
Lot 6 of Dlk 1 Ward City: 8 1 10 1011'8. L. A. Green 2.88Lota NEy4 of sJo4\ of NU14 12 6 23 10 Unknown 1.82 Ry 840 ft. thence W at Federal Farm Mortgage I

3. t of alk a Ward S"\ of 8Wy4 of RWI%,. 12 5 23 10 Unknown 1.82 right angles 1050 ft to lion Is plaintiff and J.ul
City 8 1 ao H. B. Crosby 5.18 Nfo8 \lOf IiW'4: & NW%. of beg: 24 5 23 20 Emma P. HIU 11.16 et. alas, are defendant
.. Lots 12, 23, It of Blk 8 II 5 23 80 Unknown 1.93 NKV of NW% of NEW 910 the undersigned Spec'il
Ward City 8 1 20 Mr.. Minnie E. Hann 11.15 N1'I 01 N"of SW14 12 5 22 20 l.awnnc. O. Weekly 463 & WVi of. NWVi of by Bald decree appointed Lot 10 of Hilt II Ward NS"4 of FtW y4 of SWye 12 6 U 10 Unknown' 1.82 8. NE'4 of the highest bidder to]
City 8 7 20 Louamenda. Plnholetel' 1.411 muf RWy4 of RF.y4 12 6 U 20 H. B. Sherman 315! tWNENtvy4\ of NEVi the south front door 01't tl

Lcil4 of Blk 11 Ward NY of NFJ'4 of NEo II II 22 20 L. O. Weekly Trustee 3.8& 24 5 22 60 L. H. Hill '.83 ford County Coiirthouw I I
ltl 8 1 20 .rr. Laura E.' Baxter 1.411 Lot. 7. 8. II & .. 10 SWVi of NEH ex WV4 of Florida. during the l legal l
Lot of Blk 13 Ward W of road HWVi of of Au.oll I
& Lnl. 17. SWV. NEVi 24 5 22 35 .. 6 42 sale on Monday
City S 7 20 Jtf. P. Math.n I.U 47. U. 60, 63 In Wood 8WV4 of SEH of SWVi 25!) 5 22 10 W.YCCDeyo following described preml
A Bro. Inc. 3 85
Lot IS of Blk U Ward lawn 110 I. N Countrl
11 II 22 H. Hell 9.63 SVSEv' of 8WH of ate In Bradford
City 8 1 20 Mrs L. A. Green 1.23 NEy4 of SW\4\ of 8W'4 11 II U 10 Unknown 1.82 25 5 23 10 Unknown to-wit' :
Lola 11, 11 of Blk U Lot 113 & Ny of Lot. 1i7, SE<{ of SEll, of NI:'4 A ..11 W\\ of SEH of 8E<"1. I
Ward City 1 1 10 Mra. L. A. Ore..n 1.1t 11II & .U Lot 60 In FtW% of SEVi' of NWV. 420 feet of Sfc'<4 of SE1t'

Lots e. 10 of Blk It Woodlawn n 5 22 30 W. C. De'o & Bro Inc 11.27 W of road & NEVi of and SH of SW. of SKH'
Ward City 6 7 20 J. P. Roberts .U Lot 14. 119 In Woodlawn 12 II 23 20 Unknown 1.28 SWV4' of 8WVi &SWyof of 8B4?\ of bWV.. all In f
All Ilik 23 ex Lot 7 Lota 31. 113, U In Wood SWVi of SWSE. V4 & F., Township 5 South Btogether ,.
Ward City 9 1 20 Unknown .U lawn 13 6 U 30 L. H. Hili 4.U 3.4 of N'4 of NE'4 of with all and air
RW14 of 8Wy4, leas road 9 1 20 811 Jolr. Lillie Cone .07 Lot 1111 In Woodlawn 13 6 2:1: 10 loIre. Th..re""a Malhi. 2.0 I'IFVo' & flFJ'4 of NE\4\ of tenement., her"dllamtnll I Ipurtenance
"'I! % l.aLlty & NE'4 of K14. of HP.4 of NEy4 14 6 22 20 Morrill Mayer 1.26 SIr.II, E* of SE"\ of .,.
HH\4\ 9 7 10 14 Waray Corp It.18NW NWI4 of MF.4 of NF.\I\ 14 II 23 16 Llllle 1\1. Andr.w. ./; 25 PERRI9IA5
6.27 8 22 115 F.. K.:
% of t'lN\4' \ ex Ry 9 1 20 It Waray Corp &.&8 H. H1" 18."
1014 of FtW% of $;1.1,1. It II 12 20 Rosa Wliliame 8.29 SKV, Of SWV. of SWVi 25 II 22 10 ? 4t 82IWOTICK
81014 C. I. M lnsflder I.II!!> 7-12
$45WYNEy4 ft0 Nlio of Lota a. t & all NW% of NWVi of SWVi 25 6 23
'7 20 no L. Z. WlUlama 8.00NIi. Lot.. 6 8 In Wood lawn 14 6 12 30 Unknown 4,83 EVi of NVi of SWVi of 10 Eliza J. Olnkln. 8.86
: of NW% & W\oIt\ of NY of Lot 3 A all Lola NEV PP61C1
NW% ell: Ity 10 1 20 1011 Wara Corp 18.89 9. 16 In Woodlawn All NIof SEVi of SWVi 28 5 22 5 Joe. Reed 2.64 OP % DEED

fll:14; of SF4 10 7 20 .0 Lawrence WI..ln. 4,858Wy4 SE% of SE% E of Hy U 6 22 33 L. H. Hill j 1.13 B of Ry 5 22 13 < FOR Tilente Bill !*.. "
: of NWy4 & NWY of28 Mrs. O. O. Annli 1.70 (
NVi of of
of 8WV & ESof $ Vex Lot 84 In Woodlawn It 6 23 10 U. H. Pearce 1.82 SWV NWVi W of A4NVi NOTICB H HEBbBT

I A In 8%1t Cur ofNI0'4 loOt 41 In Woodlawn It 6 22 10 Unknown 1.82 of NBVi of Ry That Verna J. nemorMlTax I I''

of 8W'4 U '7 20 2911.. L. Hough 3439F4 Lot 42 In Woodlawn 14 6 II 10 Unknown 1.82 SWV. A NWVi SWVi of TtWy of\ daytloUf IJulyoA.I SI 0., '
of NWy or SF.4' It 7 ao 20 Implre! Lumber Co. 2,66NI.V4 4th
of NE'4 & all HEI4 1..1. 4. 13 In Woodlawn III 6 2S 20 Unknown 2.0 oSW A%\ ex 1 A to Bennett flied same In my office.

of NEy4 N of road IS 1 20 t5 Lawrence Wiggins 8.81 Lot 34 In WoooUawn III II 22 10 Unknown 1.82 SWVi of N 240 ft of made application for a Yflcate

NW'4 of SW% 15 1 10 to David Coleman 8.31 LoU 39. 40. 41. .2 In NWV of SWVi of of SWVi 28 22 20 Unknown ..06 to be UBUed therasn |, ,
'S" 10 A of 8W SW% U 7 10 10 Rl'ook.r Turpentine Co. 1.113 Woodlawn iii 5 sa 40 Unknown .83 of SEV. SWVi\ W embraces the folio(
NEy of S9y \ties. S 8 A" 7 10 14 David Coleman 1.1& Lot 44 .II< W44 of Lot u 1 Lot Ry 100 ft 26 8 22 8 Sarah Hogan 416 I scribed property In theCBradford
IAInNWCorofNW% In Woodlawn iii II 22 111 Unknown 280 side of sq on N : State or Florid I
of NW44 lying 140 y'dsN&8 I.ot. 4. 13 In Woodlawn 16 5 22 20 C. C. 1\10.ley 1'28 of A adjoining 8WVi E I--. ".' i Lots A, U. c or Blk '
by 38ydsI. 11 Lot U. 20. III, 80 In of road 26 6 22 A. E Burney S.lf Addition to Starke &.;
NV4 .
NEV of
W .IS T 10 1 Mrs 1.lll1e Cone 1.89 Woodlawn 16 5 23 40 O. C. Barnes 156 81- A N10 of T Lathe
FI 30 A of W4 of NE\4\ 17 'I 10 80 loin. 1.llIle Cone 7.111 Lots 37. 38 In Womtlawn 16 II 21 20 Unknown S'&O 8Jo:.... & HE% of \Vor Theeason.sment, e
9ay of NEyt 17' ao 80 Mn. 1.lll1e Cone 8.41 Lot.. 43. H. .0 In Wood- .. of 3 A In NW erty under the .ald' C.rIH B
NW'4 of 810.4 & 9114 of lawn U I U 10 L. H. Hill 4111 A WH NKV of of RF SBy of SEV. sued was. In the name 01

NFV4 of SW\4\ IT 1 10 60 Empire Lumber Co. '.35} .....te 47. 48 In WoodlAwn 16 II 12 20 Unknown of SKlA \. of SBVi loway.
2.0 SWV of SKVi
Com 949 ft W .f Nfl Corof ,artltirataredeemed
Ieo; 1A run W Lot 111 In Woodlawn 18 II 22 10 Unknown 1.82 of SKV A F.of Unless. said toproperty I
of according
:J31:1y: fl. S taU ft. !oJUUIiI Lot U In Woodlawn 1'1 6 22 10( I. H. Hill 1.144 SWVI of SEV. A svj2rNE dene'rlhfil """JJSJ
ft. N 1320 rt to lot 43 In Woodlawn 17 II 23 10 Unknown 1'82 % of 8wVi. Of : hlJrhp.t ,
13 O. W. parry Lot 63. 82 In Woodlawn 11 II 23 20 > 28 5 23 .01 to the I''
pt uf beg IS 7 SO 1.to I'nknown 2110 Com 43 L. H. HIU door ">n at
B Lot I I.... By Lot 55 In Woodh.wn n II 22 10 lIIatilda Neillon 318 of SW Cor of SWVi 9.28 ceurt house month .
0x..1 Lot 118 & SEV A run E on the dayaul,
lot 110 ft by 100 ft Hlil uf at In Sec line which "h19iard
on N aide of Ity to Woodlawn 17 6 22 15 unknown 18 of 418 ft to a.Pt r Is thf
church IS 7 SO U J. F. Shaw n.n f.ot 60 In Woo"IDwn 17 II 22 10 Unknown beg thence N 660 ft ? daY .1 S..
Lol.. 182 K: 19* ft, 8 880 ff, W thin' S.
S\1o of NW'1 NF.%. of8W I. I. 3. 15. 14. U. 11I8 SKALi I A
&;I1I:1f.: N of river 118 III Wood".wn 111 5 12 70 I. H. Hill 3.26! ft to beg A NWVi (OFFICIAL (oun f
.x NW/ % of NEy4 It 7 Ii) 180 EmpIre Lumber Co. 18. Lot.. 13. 20 & N' of ,. 101 of awv, of SEV' 26 5 22 13 Unknown Clerk of Circuit .
NII': SE\\dOf Lot III In Woodlawn 111 6 S2 tII "'m. n..ddl.h 3.59! of' 8101. Of NW% of .906 County. FloridaNOTII'F
or 4WAt4NW44Nof Lot 4& In Woudlawn 111 6 21 10 1\1. L. Thompson 1'84 ?110L SE'4 26 5 22 -
\ ttE'':% a Iota I. I. 3. t. 6. e. 8. of NFJ% of NEV 27 II 22 10IE" Hill 1.12 '
NEof NW'410: 1. 11 11. 16. 214. 3&. 4&. 48, 61. Of2 iwi.. of NEV\ ex P, Hill 1.82 OF IPPFfpFOR

A or NW\4\ of NW'4 IS T 29 all Ilrooker Turpentine Co. 25.13 51 In Woodlawn 19 5 U 1$0 Pura Water Co U.U 10N14 or N\4 Of27 8 U 18 J. P. T" I
Com 80 chn. W of NE Cor Lota 35. 36. &. Nu of tot Of NE'4' Wyrlck S... NOTICF.0f1SBHERESY

of See 25 & run 101 60 311 &, aU I.ot. 4.1. 44. 47. r 'f- NWVNW4. NWy of A 127 1
chna. W 10 chn.., N .0 48. 411. 110, .4 In Wood. 8. of NE\4\ 5 22 7 D. That N"D. W'ainwhulder r
lawn of SWL SW\4\ W. Starling S... E. J
chna, E 20 chna. to beg 10 6 U U Unknown 14.30 & Charley flJ5 i'iiufCertificate
I..". DJ 8 A of N 10chna f.ota 32. B4 In Woo.llawn 10 6 12 20 Unknown :2,50 of 4'y nf NW% of SWEVi '< No ) ''M'
also corn 80 chna loOt. 87. 113. 118. 10 In SW1, 2T 5 23 25 day of Auguslffltt k
W of NH Cur of Sec 25 Woodlawn 20 6 22.0 Unknown 4,53 of SKVi. of SKVi ex Robt L A Evelyn Kemp 7 86 same aodd f
& run s 340 ft for pt EY of Lot lIT In Wood. Coindot ft-l3Vi A 27 5 II 14 J. application fut a Sold" t
of tr.g. thence H 940.rt. lawn SO 6 IS 5 W. E. Torode 3,13 NE Tor of Sec L. Harrell 1.4g Issued thereof. d
W lUt ft. N 180 ft, I W44 of Lot n In Wood 28Arun W1620ftS embrace. the foll..ln'"t KIn
I11114 ft to b"Ir-l1l A U 1 ao 141 n. n. Ford n.nNW04 lawn 20 6 U II Unknown SI 1020 ". B 1620 ft. N property th 'h.unI1
\ of AW\4 II 1 ao .0 Empire! Lumber Co. 4,84WS' hot 63 In Woodlawn SO 6 22 10 Unknown l'U All 1020 ft to bag S3 5 23 40 J. State of FlorldiBe "r..st..r
of NEy. .to N40 of SWIot of NE'4 U 6 22 to Unknown 4113 Lot 8 & Ny4 of Lot R. Shuford 427 r. at a pt 3>3 1\
NW14 & N9. of Say" IT 1 ao 200 Empire Lumber Co. 12.1' 10t6 of 8W'4 of 8Ey 9 A all Lots 55. 54 57 of of NE''j *;/n,1t%
j Bur of NW'4 o0 HW\4\ 1 I U 20 W. H. Mor.an 2.14 t1EIIt of 8E14 U 6 IS eo J. R. ihuford 6.86! ", 69! 110 & N% of Lot"; S 328Eft. E 105 '.

One halt undlvld..d In. Et4ofNE14ax10Ain! Lot.U. In Woodlawn f"i 6 22 85 Sec 30 aseesemenlR /tIeEe
t.r..t In 'he following Id"M..rlbed NE 'or 2S 6 U 10 Oeo. F. Young 14,36 1. l0' t8 "* Unknown 1633 The ?
land..: tt\040\ of Ey4 of NEof NW\4 lea. Lot n In Woodlawn 29 5 22 25 erty under ,the!I"amp oDurd
HW% ex 1 .q A In 'NWCor. r A fur .m.t.ry U 6 U U... I. It ),I. Dln..feldtl' 168 i 27, 21, 35 36, 87. Unknown 553 .ued wa* In
*3.0 ex that porIlon NF.4 of NW-, of Rw9, U 6 U U n. E. Knight 3.65 U. 81! 8V4 of Lot. 41, en. .rtlfleo"
N of graded county SE", 01 SE" of 8Wy4 U 6 U 10 n. W. tarling. S'34 42, 43 .A all Lots 44.Lot Unless said l't I
road running W from NE'4' of ftW\4 II 6 U 40 l\Iab..1 Wainwright 4 23 /5. 53* 54 In Woodlawn' 29 8 23 130 redeemed according :
State Farm road F. of "W'4 of AEI-f. U 5 U 10 D. B. Sullivan 128 1'1 A SV4 of Lot 40 w. H. Graham 14.9S property described. :piede, (
SYo'\04\ of flE\4 U I 11 111 Unknown U.U 91Fiot Wy of SW% of W.H of Lo ts 48, 49. sold to the hlhO.t tM rlr

8E% of NE'4 ex 5 A EJ14 OfU 5 II 10 J. P. Wyrick 2." fWoo'ci'uiH" '<>, U In court house door on o f j!,
In fiE CDI' n 5 It 811 1'nknt.. 1.UNIi All of NEI4 W ?! 5 U day In the month =nd":.
of 8E of NW% U i It 10 l\'l'a. I..urlce ('. Clemons. ,97FS4 Ry I... 9 A owned by N ViloV LS.W4r'4"2Wn4319' 5 ai :fj: Unknown 8.16 1940. which I Is the
of 8W of W\4 11 5 2t J6 Mr. H. C. Edwards t.1e Jane Byrd A less I A L. H. Hill 1.82 September 1940.9 day
; 81': 80 O. L. Etapp I.U to R. Jot Blanchard II In Woodlawn t h.
8\10 of IT 5 U I U 10 A. 51. Blanchard 4,78 Lot It 8 U Dated
11\040\ of NW% ex S A In N'S of NW14 of NEU\ 5 It 20 1101. F. Drown 1'18 a wy of 'Lot 14 15 L. C. A Roy Clemon. 2.80 1940. A S
NF Cor & all N\1o of NttI ", Nli or A all Ix te 18. 19 20 A (OFFICIAL EAL' 'or
1' HW\4 N of branch IT 5 It 117 t'ry n..ddl"h 1.11 %\ 14 NeWy. IS 15 It 10 0..0. F. Young 18.01 auwnf\! Lot ll In Wood. Clerk of Circuit "ollrl 1.1

Io1FJ% of AFJ% IS 6 U 40 Maud Wainwright 9,17HEt N 4 A of SW\16\ of NE'4 Lot. jo 5 69 Count,.. Florida
of SW% SW\4 ofSE of NW'4 U 5 U 4 Oeo. F. Young S.80 H. U. "' "' Unknown (u
% It 110 Mr.. r. E. Norman 11.0' Lot I of Blk S Town of -- U .V'L Wondlawn 'so 5 IS All legal bIJUIk oDOtee"

fnv of AW'4 01' Lot 4 a2 f II III.J. W. Town..end. 5.0a4Wfo wwt.y' : fTo'n: 33 5 It R. -I&. Orlffl. U. W\1o t lit In Wood 60 H. D. Starling a.os
of NU'4 U i II .0 Wm. Hollln.aworth 1.191 1 Lot 8 of n ofLawtey f' lawn 8 retain title ea
4' %, E\ot\! uf NW\4 of NW\4\ It Ii 11 IAIr.\ .. lL C. Edwards:: 1.71 ,. W of Ity U I U Mamie Lou Edward" 1.11r. tots in Woodlawn U. 24' ". ", ". 48 5 Unknown s.,*. to tock by thTelegraph

I it 8 II 10
U C. A .
Roy Clemen.

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pee. T a A Ovratt A (...t. ...._.. Taxes .. )
dn Com R A Owner A Tests n..... I1... II.... H A Owner AT Casts BROOKER .
41.eo at
6B 8., of 8WV4 Bear at 8W Cor of NWVI Ity Mrs. L. L. Parker: ?. .J i
y 331 15 U 110 I, F. Morrl.on 13.03 ft. N SI of "SEW' A run N 430 The revival meeting at Durden '
itan ft, .. ft for pt of bear, thence
bi, 8T 68 Inn 15 U' 40 Jaude Walnwrl.bt 11.85 174 ft. B K 210 ft. N 4UO ft to church began Monday night and ':9, a

IOn 9 10. 11. Also (' road thence W 210ft to will close Sunday night with the v.(.. j ,"",I
:' 19. Mrs. H. I '11 Sec line, thence a to ,.
15 7'1, l/6 11 2H.18 29. of Ry In : : < 11 I pt of beg, also bee at Rev. P. Q. Call on, Evangelist .
} 10 H. E. Jeans" 2H.6 ,SE Cot of ofsW14 .
:2, as' SR 37. 1 A In \ The revival meeting will begin : ,
I & run W HO ft,
.14.. 11', 43'M: 43.49, of BE\4\ I- 1 Dr.. O. L. Haynes 5.53 N 810 ft, to road, E 160 tit Brooker church Sunday night "

/B, 6' 65, 56.ssbt0 Lots 1, 3 ft to Hi Sec line, thence with the Rev. Llghtfoot, of f '.
Inal 22 H to beg 29 6 SS 4 8. E. Rltch 11.33
ei. 62 Inu 15 U 1120 I. F. Morrl.on 69 60Vondl'4 Lots 5, 4 Elvina Morgan 7.04 All 8WV, of SEW of Starke, assisting:. Everyone) la j I .

'. U II U 20 .. E. So Crawford .98 Inal 22 John NE'4 E of road 32. 22 2 lloover-Futch Co. S64 invited to attend these meetings. : rh
; \ I MrtMR. Lot Forsyth 7.04 W'* of NWW of 8KW ( 4
27 In 83 II U 10 L. Batten Jr. 3,85W'4 Inal 7 of ex about 10 A sold divers Mrs Irene Wynn, of Sampson t i ,

IIf8E'4 as 15 IS 10 n. L. Batton. Jr 2.34sE'4 ss Bradford Co Co-Opera. persons 82 6 tl Unknown '.34 City, Is spending a few days with .I t ; 'i""
oil of flue Corp 14.77 Bear at a punt 3>4 elms ,
E\I'Io NW .. U 15 U 15 R. L. Batton, Jr. 1.GO E 28 ft 3 N of SB Cur SKW Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davis. t +
I 9! of of SWW.A noN 3.87chns I '
: of sE' ofU 15 23 1 L. 11. Hili 1.43 Town of 22 Cha.. O. W" 14 rhns, 9 '.1 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Galney of .; '!
3Ef itY Lots Woodbrldge 70.20 t thns K 6 elms, N SSchnn .
all 4 8 Plant City were visiting relatives !I" .
; ,
K 48 K 8 rhns to begex
f 16ot17132 Z3I I
1 i11'eekly ,
35 15 U 27 Emma p, Hili 1.86 Town of portion W of road 33 6 22 4 Vacco Mitchell 498 here Thursday. t
22 Chas. 0. Woodbrldne 194. Com at 'SW of f
22 Cor 8WW> 'd
ItilWk of NW'4 If E 38.15 ft of NEW" A run N 364 ft Bridge dub Alert f \ ,

ex E 0 35 15 22 11 I. L. Harren 1.13 of Blk E 830 ft, S 364 ft, W Mrs. Ha Mae Harrell entertained ij
eierYN ( Town of 22 Cha. 0. Woodbrldge 330 ft to beg 33 4 23 2 Leah Gregg 449 "'
N\' 11421 the weekly bridge club at ..t. I.t :
efrNR of. 426 II '32:! 11 C. 1. & M. Dingfelder 6.20 W 88 2-3 1 A In SW O.r of K% :
of Blk of NWW of HEW 33 a SS her home afternoon. t.t5
'\\4 22 40 A. C. Sumner 1 Joe Johnson SOI Thursday .1
I 6 3.29 Town of Lots a, 7 of hut\ & LincolnCity
NWT ss Chas. G, Woodbrldge Mrs. :Purvis Hazen was high ;
70 ;
I' U 40 Unknown lI.eo Blk 21, SS 6 SS Wm. McLeod S.1S ; \
NET g .8, 22 40 A. C. Sumner 3.29 Starke ss Lots I, 7 of Blk 8 Lin- scorer and Mrs V, V. Hazen 's "l!
Lot. 1. 3 Q. Woodbrldge 134.66 coin City 33 6 S3 Phillip A Joe Johnson S.1S law. '. I : .

of sw14 W o. ./, U 13.. H. Walnwrl.ht 10.81 Fracl Lot 8 of Blk 6 Lincoln I' ;"u,
24, City SSmi 6 SS 1 Vm. McLeodT 2.01 Refreshments of punch pimento
Y ot BE'4 E 3 22 14 Unknown 3.n: tstarke. si of NW':' r.f NWWex cheme and aandwlchea
Blk 29 Unknown 13.93 8 A on W end & pineapple
SF:'4 of SE" 3 6, U as Unknown 6.48 Enneys as : W A Vault lot 33 6 22 12 H. E. John. 11.U were served. Those enjoying the (; :
of 'NF4: 0(Iffs .. 3 22 as Unknown 5,70NEk ft Inal& ex Corn of NW at a Cor pt of 105 NWW\ft ofNW < afternoon with Mrs. Harrell were: I a; yb; a ,

of PE'" N'AI 0 f 22 ]Mrs. Thelma Laran- 'i A run 8' 55k ft M.... Fred Hazen Mrs Amn, Mrs. :
\ 4 g U 120 A. Z. Adkins 13 01 I faux ?.11 E 525 ft, N 655 ft. VJ
3-4 I WH! of 525 ft to beg 33 6 2S 5 Mrs. Annie E. Pettit 3 54 Klmlon, Afro V. V Hazen. Mra.Li. II
I' NE" S"'E"I.E 4 22 10 M. F. Brown 13.01 ex tended S ( ANSI of "SK'4' sa. 22 40 W. J. Bennett 1(1.17 O. Hazcn Mrs. Emory Hazen 1
'4 NET All of W of
ty o1
1' of 4 1 22 140 M. F. Brown' 17.13BET The Town" of 22 L. A. Reynolds 10.91 road S3 6 tl 20 Unknown 10.18 Mrs. Ralph flaxen Mrs. Leola ;,

5" 22 20 D. A. Judd 4 538ET leKirlbed N4, of I 8 A In NW ('(II' of NEW Roberts, and Mrs. O. J. Mott.
of BE'4 of SEW being 417< ft
; 8ET 5' 22 10 O. L. Ker..y 1.41 Hounded K A W by *ION ft N Mrs. Ruby Kelley Waldon. of 11.. )
W :
..0 9 6 21 40 Unknown 4 21I hy &S&llA1nNECotof Wildwood her ,
hy .. : NWW of SEW being was visiting par- t ;
5. 6.vi .
I Haye.2 3. 4.Sub.Dlv Bay ISt 22 Unknown 2081 831 3-4 ft N & S by ante Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley,
1 A of 467 3.4 ft on N side &
& last week
T W of By : E10 8 22 U Unknown 10 18 Hounded 618 ft on '8" side to pub.

hway NEV4; ofE Ave, 8 Ho road 83 6 2:1: 17 ('ha.. O. Woodbrl.e 11.08I Ralph Hnzen lost his second '
SE 1t 10 8 23 60 Willie A..ln 13.33 by Lot 2 of Hlk 2. J. M.
of I lot I Johns ub. Olv of NEW. barn of tobacco Saturday night

NET' &; NE'4 E ofn ot SE Cor 22 Unknown 14 53 I of NEW 83 6 22 1 htrs, Fannie Stewart 2.31 by fire. This makes the fifth r''r' t
;9 xdeA I 10 6 23 70 W. C. Clemone 12,37NWT Lots 1, 2, Lots 1. 2. of Blk 5, JM .
y n I Johns Sub-DIv of barn to burn here this tobacco
off :Ib:
ill E'ii
11 63W4 22 60 Unknown 8.29 CO'H NE'' f NEW 83. 22 4 \1. P. &: Emma f"vls 8.10 season.Mm..
IW' of NE'i 22 Annie 'Williams 2.72 Ely of 1,11of, NWW of r,}
\ of NE'4 11 S 22 20 Unknown '..22"Wlt All Ink SEW. 84 6 22 5 Csrl Anders 912 G. D. Colson and Mr. J. '

nt 11 S 23 20 Lou"'e' C. Gardiner 4 22 Trul.y <& NW''Ifr,, Nofl:6% 34 8 12 10 Mrs. F. A. awe..y 3.110 K. Douglas were in Jacksonville
NF/444 '
&: of NEVi 22 Annie William. 7.34 W of ft
f'f EE4of of SW% 11 1 23 40 O. 1. Haynes 5.78 Lot 1 of of NWW of NWW 35SWW <6< 22 15 ]Slum Lew] 151 Sunday visiting Mra. Douglas,

fNgT 12 S 22 40 L. W. Conway 2.60 ton : of NWW 85. 22 to 14erthx McWAin 263 who Is in the hospital
% Ilv of 22 Unknown 2.31 SK>4 of NEW 8B 6 23 40 Steve Kowalch 2.511 ,
8E'4 of & Lots 3, 4 Lots 6, 7 of Itlk 3. Lake Many people from here and I '{4t'yk4
SW'A" 20 Ernest Ge.enerof .
4E1'4 of 6 22 6.78 InR ton, : Klngtley Heights In
of SE of Snh-DIv \ NIof NEL$6 e 22 Chas. 11. Mcllllian: 131 elsewhere attended church at :1 '''I I alt
E" 14 6 22 10 Wm. Maebler 8.89 NEW 22 Livingston Trust Fund 2.61 WU. of Wof. NW% Rock Sunday. : "j, .
Lots 1, 2 of NWV 88 8 U 10 unknown 201
NET of NW'4 If Lots 3. NW % of SWW U' 22 40 lnknown 411 Mr. and Mra. O. W. Barry

9 a strip 40 ft 6 U II A. R. Johnson ( 8% of SEW 86 I 22 80 Unknown 800 made business to Palatka -
W of name 14
NEVI SWV4 If of NE'4 22 Annie Coleman 4.79 road 88 SWKj 7 U 2 n. F, Odotn I01 Thursday.Mrs. :t+ < ''4'
ex 8 A In 8814 Lots 1 2 of NEW of SWW 3 7 22 10 C. W. ColNon 2.50 ,
6 22 77 Unknown 7.97 Lots 3. Eli of SEW of NEW &, Mama Wiggins of New ; \ ':

SET eo 10 A In SWW. of "p.:'. of NEW\ 4 7 22 30 Unknown 5.15 River was visiting friends here I t ..i: (
&E7A of Co's NEW of SEW 4 7 U 40 n.o'Me William. I A! tlO .
of or SET of NWI4 15 6 Z2 77 Unknown 10.48 of NEM 22 Mack Coleman 4.88 SWW. of SWW of "SEW 4 7 22 10 T. O. Morgan 1.87 Friday. : 'fi:, r""

BElt of SE1 15 I 2J 20 Mre' J"sephlne Thanf'Y 6.14 W Blk 62 (16 t WW SE,,:,of SEW SEW off SKW SKV4 A 4 7 U 80 Dr. E. 111. Webster 10.1t Mrs. V. V. flaxen and children 'I' !:! [ ,I ,

of SET of AWV4 Lots 3, 4 A C tom at NW Cor of Jtmmle and Marcia Kay, are r-r. '1 i .

to of "W'4 &: Allot &: E<4 NWV of NEW A run H visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen ; t' \
BE" W of Blk f7 ; 420 ft, E 630 ft, N S10ft.
A 15 6 Z2 73 A. F. A.. C. Co., Inc 84228WIO 1, 2 nl W 420 ft, N SIO ft, In Orlando this week. .:"fJl
11 6 U 40 John B. Rusflell 3.18f ton W 210 ft to beg I.7 23 4 Unknown S9I last ,
Bonnie Mott f f,
Annie I ColemanUnknown 6.33 5 A of SEW Miss spent : I
Div of
22 /.twf'fot
8W'4 11 6 U 40 Joannab E. Rogue 13.03of of A In t.
with Mtssea '
Lots 1, 2 week In Melrose ; ;
HW'4 of 8Wy4.T Cor also. 4 A 470 ft 10&wby375ftN&8 Lp IH
11 6 U 6 I. D. Rueeel 1.'1JSEI "S.ih-DIv InrstAn. I' Juanita and Jeanette McCauley j'' '1

of NE'A 18 6 U 10 W. T.. Weeke 8.12 NE'4' 22 5.61 N of adlolning 6 A Jaunita returned home with Ronnie i! '; i
described above 5 7:11: 1 Mar.hall Jackson
f HE'4 & 8EV4W14 \ 18 4 U Lot 2 of 2 A In NW enr of F o0 2.U to spend a few days here .1( i :: ,; '; r
80 Minnie Tyson 201of ingasnn
of NE'4 of 8E'4 W
NE'4 of NE'4 "Piih-PIv \ Unknown sai road I 7 U 2 H. H. Wh..t1ey 3,10 visiting. \ I "\. t i I,' I
road ea S 100 ft 20 6 U 15 Sarah n. Robln.on/ 1.78 NB'<4 22 I A In Cur of E% of Mrs. Thelma Crosby and children A .i' I.'
of NEW of Lots 3, 4 HW'4 Sof E of '
NE44 I' +
,oad S.uNE14s Infrstnn road ex 84, 7 7 22 I Lacy nltch III are visiting Mrs. Crosby'smother ''I !\" .J:

NET & SW'A P'i
20 6 ,33NE'l U L. D. Green 6,139ET NE'4 22 rot E'% of "'W',6 If NE\4\ i 1 ,
Fla.Among '
NE'A of Lots 1, 2 W nf road 7 1 22 S Mr. Winona Hoover borough "JJJ':

ex20 6 U 8Q Mr. Onle Freeman 19.61la 82 f Moore 5 32Eu ; those on our sick list r :t'I.'rJ;
of SW'4 A Cr>> "' BC"T Lillie Martin 5.12 !{ of 8EI. of HW%. 7 22 20 I-rvln: 1':. Tlnna 8,411NE I.
NE Cor W 0" of NEVI 22Lot ..4 1 7 22 JRO Frvln R. Harmed 57.41 this week are: Howard Mott :
21 U Unknown 1991 3& : N'II of N8" of "RR'4 10 7 U 10 A. J. Clrlt'l" 616NW Mrs. Edna Crews Mm. Annie N 't"V,1t i I
'Tf HW'4 W of 27 4 of Hlk t4 rt NW1"4 of Nw\4\ It 7 22 10 Z. Z, (lriffis 1.81 ,I'i I ,. .
Trnhv & HI '. nf 7 23 40 Inca Ivey Pollard '.16 Plnholslcr and Mrs Ellis de ""
1.38t Emma 4
OrnfdE by21 1 Mra. Onle Freeman Hughes 2.72 N04W of16 > \
of NE< 22 :
: W 4 W'" nf & NI% mons. We wish them all a f ;:
N S In NW Lots 2. R $81;: .. 18 7 22 120 Unknown ,. 13.58 : 'i
r INWT ot NW\4\ 21 6 2a Mr.. Alma Hough 2.91 I 35, r : NW'4 nf N4!: A NE'' of I.IpeAdy recovery I i I
42; NEN315ft I g rn' Alfred Barnes 476 NW14 & NL' or 1:1NW4 : W% Mr. and Mrs. Floyd! Dyal hud
f ,11 1 oJ
; .; I of NB": 22 &: of t4 % 16' 23 120 Unknown 18.111 f '
210 their guestn Sunday, Mr. and ,
W Lot 3 of N'4 of Nli nt NE44: 17 7 22 20 IIIr". Tlprtl. T..rr..11 4.12F.I as r
115 ft, F1 210 ft f>n, Damon DellKm 2.42 I Mrs. Wilbur Gunter and Mr. and (
nt of J15'4 17 7 22 211:1. C. T..rr..11 Alrl 471
00. I lot 50 ttS "lv ('f : : 22 NWt4 ( :
by 115 ft E & "'11, nf N'1 If NI't' 17 7 U 811 T. J. A"'prn.a" 11 All I Mrs. Bddle Wasdln and children
BE C"r :21. U ton, I'IW'% of HN'4; 17 7 U 40 Ina hey Pollard .U of Waldo. ri '.
2G Octavia Ellenon 6.39 ma MugpsI 231 '
ntiE/ Div nf : 22 N'y of 5034! PX 8 A In
( "r of r
cart of land for-a Lot O & t'or <& U H. 30el flw'eoI i Mr. and Mr. R. C. Jackson,
19 7 ;22! 01 Unknown '..18Wli'
owned hy P e. N 9' ft ty of Tampa, were visiting Mr. and''
ot a 1 A lot In foIWC I
Ine In N to. nf Inir.tnn .. J, Oreen 545 hut week '
of .Addition 23 or of 8m\4\ If tlN'i' ofNE'4 Mrs. C. S. Kelley i"i'Mr.
8WI" lying N ,,- : 19 7 22 0 K. Prince
a 3hi.kr tat 21. 22 Lots 4' n 1 .04 and Mrs L. W. Sowell of ."
SW ,", 1 .'Wm .Jall 15.72 Cum at FF ("nl' It ,Non I" '
r7 : ; Inrntfin. J. W. Edwards"" 4.46 here with :.r ;
of land turmerly ',. : ,. Addition 22 & run W RRII fl. N444 tt Mlcanopy spent nundny i
by P .. ': a NU nf Lot V for pt .t'tJ: :Ih.nra MIeN Mary Mott. '', 1"
ap .
& no..l "''' '>' ',. B 7 Ton: ; lob,, ; illS; ftV J' ,; "
rub E alongof ':, t' ""y'} Ine-fonc.6. \ It, H lOG rt tokeg Mrs. J. K Douglas was token I ;..,
> .JO
'Ido raid land'o:\ : | Mr. J. E. Wilson 838 DY '
19' 1 U Swlnd.1I 416
f.: 'nr l Addition 22Lote to the Riverside Hospital last! t :
nr Ij
::: ;" ;
All Lots 17, 18. U, 20ax "
!. 1, > '
.' 4 ,
wut'' IDS yth.l too, \ :' j.1 II, 12. I IoM 411 ft R lit W week Latent reports nro that ; i'

+!henre NW In bag ,':1I"'li"F.; :;;; : II";i"!,:;;'"" 1(1( I. J:0: 341I of ft Tot N&SInSW 20 19 1 22 Unknown 33.11 she is better and will return to ; r. % '.'\i,

":n nf vE W% Tem- .. .. ', I, ft r' ni Starke.
llvl np"f Wu 21 6 27;i Unknown. ; 7,22k Irf.t I. 2 .x road. <& HI} of she will recuperate. : -ltI' :'11-
.i : \ A
4 H of It 2v : : J ; LIvInF-" r..1' t ('or 20 7 23 135 In.. hf'Y Pollard 22.73 Mrs Irvin Williams and Mrs : :tJiff.

.,.8 line 2J of NWy\ ,hry4>>, Mr:t Co's 22 T, 8. Williams 12.27 N'y of SRI4' ex 2 A InNW Unknown. Allen Oliver are spending a few ;i''': ", "\
.Pe( crl" ; 18
If'f.'U.,: ('or 20 7 15.01Lot
n N IIRr..lIpl with '. '1; .f '. Lots 12, .11..:.. 4 FI"b.Dlv ot NWt,Irf days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred :; 1 U .J "
'tl'thenceorW Ilvlnd > Oliver Arpenwal 1048 HWI4 PX 1 lot In tfazen. 1 i
+ \
at : !lEi ('0'11 22 \ il hr ,I:1:

.anll'le. tn aa.,1. .'. ., r N'Xi of I. r 1 ,::' YWI: CIt8'J., f':' I S: k W211 7 22 4 1I".pv..Jt I'1mllh' R 4 N411 Lloyd Dyul I made business I'' .;!,
.Ito It N. 11644 ft 3, 12 &: 4of ,. "' ot NE'l. 21 7 U 40 Jeanette Taylor 7.n trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.DOUBLE ';;
.6 ft 8. 1185 ft 'qa'of Hlk NW'', Clt NWy 21 1 22 40 Inca. heY' Pollard 972V'4 1 : ,! :

I lB'k' 21 4 22 W. T. Murrhu 4.82 Trubv ft 22 w' Tw"k* 14.23 \ nt NW'4 of RW% 21 7 22 20 Peoples Stale flank 801
2 Plneb000lnpment to St Ell of NW4\ clf SWV4 II 7 22 20 It. C Corbin 7 5HNE'4 RUN : "V :'
21 1 22 T.04ofR2E&N Lots I 1. 2 nt foIW% 21 7 U 40 Clifford.. Rahme 1.58 ;
Maude Wainwright 'nor.i..n. I
t of t Blk I 22 J- C. Terrell Agt. 1363 Su: If "' SW'21 7 22 20 Unknown 401 Ky' Mrs. W. A. Tyler '. ;
Addition NWu4 nt NWI4 22 7 22 40 Jeanette. Taylor 660 "
t of fiE" of Blk .. Lots 5 ft' I NW% of NW'4 U 7 23 40 1'.01.1. Stats flank '..118I tf \1\
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Tyler of \
fR2E.x: 1 Lot : : talk Iln.y 6 22 Clark 3.03'' Truhv A 22 Jp- Roberts 784 I N ofof public, road 29 7 22 U Peoples Slate think 11.03 section were visiting" Mr and
otCRr822 2 Rebaner '(I "' All 8W' '<< NW'ii A ofIty ,) .;
, all FracA of EI" ( '. I.n' 11. 12. ax 41 1 I In NW ('or 29 7 22 30 unknown 02'N' Mrs J. M. Grlffls of Saxton Sun 1 '
k I 1'1' of R 3 E .. 21, ot lIIk 4 In H"mn'.n 30 7 23 Frank C Gould 36.11Lot. day afternoon. .

F'a.".+ Hold g to 549 N D'ft )'.I Ir Co's Starke A I 22 Wm. C. Prather 4.49 liampton: 7, 3 of elk 11 Inao 7 22 Jlampton Develop. Mrs. Tom Porter of this IlAC- j .;4 4flon .

8 W being all Lots S. 9 nent Co 8,16 was attending to business i
r ;
.1'1"' 0' e1: line A 'r li 22 M. F. Brown '.34 Lot 1 A W 20 tt of lot In Gainesville Saturday. ,'
w of NW 44 & StarkeLot. 2 Plk 29 1
NEI 4 of 1I1k 1 11, dd't Hampton ntcln"O 1 22 W, O. fI..l. 4.11 Mrs. W. A. Tyler and two children ,"

Rf 2 E : '.,.., ,, Plk 2. T> 22 deo. 11, Flynn 1477 Lots 1. 8. e. lOot IJIk Evelyn and David spent :
Rlk 2 SN: of ttWI"it.n.i:: !" 30 in antona Add toIfampton 'i
E Tempe SublYot :, '" ", 1'1' Adit ..? 20 7 U Rev. W. E. Dau.herty 1.41 Friday with her parents. Mr. and I : .

6 22' ::10 Ford '.08 Lots Jones 9 1 All that certain piece nf Mrs. O. L. Brown, all of this sec-
on E &:22 Mre Grace j 22 Home Owner's Loan land lying t.pt"e.n (1.N "
the Starke Corp. 641 Ion.
10" I..t..y pUblloh. old tY"I'N' I'or'N1 '41"ao 1 22 3 W, 11 Maxwell 1.7' Mrs. Milton Carter of Saxton '
22 Lot 1 ot .. Lots I 3 8,4,6ofPlk .
OSee known +!. '
A. Thrower -1 4. Jones 1 23 Unknown I.57 2 'Vrghke Add tBlampton III spending a while with her ".

; ''rtoyf l02 A In ;, StarkeTenpiee ao 7 22 Mallia Williams 4.88 family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler ;
- NWS4\ 'W\4" \ ot NWL4 80 7 aa Unknown 116AEV4
of : 40 Unknown of this section I
ot NW\4\ 80 7 22 ISHWtL
W Cor RWlyJU 6 U. .11 Mr.. Grace Ford 1.84 t.o':.arr 2' U fI R. John" 1677 of "'E'4 8G 1 U 40 Unknown .16 Milton Carter of Saxton Is I .
run ot1e 7 In 01 L. J. Green 1931 All nf HEY. of 8W'4 ,"
Dt Yd Wt41 7 22; 7 Unknown 2.11 visiting In Jacksonville. .
Deg 14 W Fly 1
thence Lots 13, : ::2 3.69 .
l 100 CLot A. Futch 8W'4 ot NE'4 ex 4 A onE Mr. and Mrs. O L. Kersey and ;. .1.1Mr.
aOft J'I 00 iiIbOUnded Lot. 4, t I'revalt S17 of
f J. O. .Ide k 8E" '
N ftbt; 3 of :: 22 C. A. Futch 171 NW'4 81 'U 71 M.". I.. n. Kalcb 11.74 .. O. L. Drown made a business [I. .\ : ";,

I Lot 7. of 22 171 NW% nt RW% 81 7 U 4' Unknown 171NW trip to Grandln Sunday. : J {t. ..
I I1 EIO of U 1 U Aaron Holley wife 3.12 22 Unknown % Clt 8W'4 11 1 22 40 Unknown 4.73
h of NEIL & Lot I of } I NWV4 of flPJ% & WI4 of Mr. L. P. Jarvls of Jacksonville ti '

nf N SWV4\ of Peek's"\ 13 2 OJ E% of 8E% U 7 22 60 Unknown '.11 is spending a while with her 1 t '

IE'4 of NEy' OfU 4 22 11 Della Rlgclon 4.19 Starke 22 D. E. Knight Nun .of of NP.4 of of NW',6 NR'4 ANIJ. U 7 22 60 Unknown 'UNW'4 sister, Mrs. J. L% Brantley and !

liP:" of 22 4 U II Unknown '.n Lot 11 of 22 D E. Knight 118 of NW'4 II' U 40 Unknown 4.71 family of this section. '
N8y es. Addition N4 nt JIIPJ'4 .x. N 400 tt 34 7 U 21 James Veal ...
1.38 Mrs. Dick i '
Mr. and Ellington ( i
YW ,80 ft 4.2 Lot J4 of D. E. Knight i I
'f 22
SEy22 22 13 8. R Johns Corn at Cnr'not .N % .:
w 4 of4SW AddltlonR BIB. of pt"W k ISyds of Starke were vlaltlng her I '
V4 of8W4 r.t; r'A 22 Dr. pA' Brlnson 11 1St % yds, N 1R5 mother Mrs. Luvena Barker of ) I .
6 22 .08 W to beg '
of OfU 20 8. R.. .John" Park Yd26 1uS54 and Sun :
NE" City 22 ; A A of NE'44I. this section Saturday ,
I !YW4 ZI., U 11 Ed William" 2.12 C'. 22 Don L. Hoover 1 OR I.... S A In NR ('nr kex day. ;
Of :: SF 4 1.82 Got I 2 A In HW Cor82 4 .
1 22
Ny, 10 Harry Stern J
gE Of23 Lots 9. 010" 22 W N. Johnson 212 A 35 7 22 52 W. W. Packham 4." Rev. C. H. Rhoden of Jackson,1 h

of a 9 A I 23. Z2 8 JoIre. Bertie Terrell 7.04 2 I22 i J. E. Nlckle 108 A drip 100 It wide bY' ville filled his regular appointment I, "
all 0' lrlangle Lot 3 of I UOO It long In AWV4 of (t'"
W'4' 1'1' Ay of of H ;14 Bike A, B, 22 Unknown 13.33 NW'4 a. recorded indeed at the Pleasant Hope
road Z3 1 II S 1. I. f1l1c/lx 1 117'if book 7. pages 5 church Saturday night and Sun '

211. U 1110 ("hu. J. Johnson 24,22 Lute 'MSnt : & 23. public records of day. There will be services again '.., "
I ; FlorIda )
@ 'w4ex Freeman 724a ltradford County, -
1 II k Onle
80 Unkno..n. 13. S Mrs.
. n, 'r.''1 I. 0 f211 23 35 7 II J. A. MIlII.an :t 34N147 August 11th. Everyone la invitedto

384 cl f :of25 U 311 Unknown 3 89f StarkeNF. : NE"of of flW'1j NE'" of A liPat F. 4 A 1 U 2ft Clinton .'. 1'.lhamu. 1i.0 attend. l1 '

, AE4 U. U 15 Unknown 1.38'pNW4 of I of N'io of NWI of NE Mr. Errand Sumner was visiting t,1 ':.

lit N Ie 1 U 40 Mr.. Etta ln.onn 1051 thence & all W H%of ot fly NW'4 A NVinr ofNF.l Mr. W. A. Tyler of this section t\t:t.
.. % t
A i! 07 Ago e0 126 1 II 10 loIre. 8. F. J/llfhway.t 0 "W'4 nt NF.\4\ 2' U 71 W. H. 81bley a.70BE'4 Sunday. ;

Of BWor Ofl, 1S E 2'1 21. U 19 R F Clark .212... no hno.N; Oau.ettA :sa NWV4' of A NW\4 HW\4\. W% of a ,. 22 n' Unknown 23 IIIIW'4 We are glad to learn that It f ,

.4 NE4 ut 4 U .10 Kit WllllamsNE _line 8.12 '* 22 'Pata of ME" 1 1 U 4Unknown '..73E. Evelyn Sumner has returned to F a f.

.Iy tt II lit Cot.n 1 u 13 Della Keller a." 400 It At "E". of SE'% % of(, IIE'4 of NW of% NF\4 k\ N.ANF.l her home In this section, after 1'

114 IIf ft'NY.4 6: 'lln ot SE"1 .u. port! A o1nSNB 2. Mrs. P. M Tlkbetts' 7aa of 8E'4 A' flE% of Ala% a I aa 116 Unknown l1l1N being confined to a Jacksonville -e
RY ( 2 .
:.8 2t ex IIW% of NW%
ft, 'N I06 to Cor .. ex IlFolio of NII4 6 S II UO Unknown II.UW. hospital. I p
ft '
NoklBdbye120d. 1 22 .0 Unknown UtlPJ4 \
1 3.70 A9tyds of HW'4 l"
ag Coo $ U 1. I. Kelter % 4' U 240 Unknown 3008 .
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of rJbIJoIw".to
II 105 a \ F. W NE% of NE'A. 11 1 U 40 Unknown 1.73 Typewriter all kind .1.1I
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10 fllrl W W by Tor- 4.77 .
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I It it, F. 2lG aft rustle Aldermen In 88'4 of BEII, 2t 6 SS I .
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1 after the from the temple as the result of Sunday night T S:
Sally Williams (Reno), who remarked I'all those who ,sighed Israel's defection. The glory of was Rev E,
in Cu
I of the world. The charge J
t abominations ot
.4I SOCIETY and CLUBS : on alighting the from running a- I children of Israel were supposedto God departs this day from those Next Friday. Rtrq;
streamlined Job minus is, and
i the temples where man, exalted the Sunday
___ dedicated to
___ board- she landed on alii have been service will be
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separated -
and to
service of God Gomes Cba'tt'
C. S. To fours) "Who ever beard of a I i the worshipers
Marriage Methodist W. S. the Idolatry to dominate
W. M. U. Rally Held At Gary Overstreet front porch?" themselves from The SunddY
house without a God is
of only present
New River July 25 Solemnized At Ocala Meet! Monday At 3:30 and wickedness of the heath them The where glory there is a full surrender School fa proving afternoon IlBelf It,
en. But there were among helpful to bAll
Teacher Tattle are go- the
of The two circles of the Methodist the things to Him; where His leadership !la many who
friends after
'' u n Following In the July 25 program The many Starke Ing to miss the Whittemore's, those who sighed All are urged to
''e of the W. }{. U. Rally, Gary Overstreet, a former resident Woman's Society of Christian 'Rosalind Williams, Kitty Hogsed, they had renounced even as there recognized. attelld,
?. ,+ theme of which was "The Pathway of Starke will be Interestedto Service will meet Monday afternoon 'Mrs. Vandlvlere and Mr. Atkinson are some of God's people today TABERNACLEThe legal blanks
; ; ;y r t of Service." It was held at learn of his marriage last at 3:30: o'clock. Circle number who taught here last year I who sigh and cry after the things I Friday night service was notes retain title
Pine Grove Church, New River: week to an Alabama girl, Miss one, Mrs. E. K. Perryman the,I They have other jobs, other places,, ,of this world. : well attended and there was an In stock by the DOke,

,,1d", Hymn Betty Ruth announcement Davis, at Ocala.is from The :leader leader, will in the be entertained Methodist 'Church by 'i. They are to be replaced and The glory of God departed I inspirational! message delivered. Telegraph! racJford

/ Song-Mrs. Ernes- following I'm sure we will like the ,pew i .
Message Circle number -:
: Educational Building. --
i the Lake City Reporter
There's Melvin
rl, ,' tine Neal. two, Mrs. L. D. Green leader,I. teachers
"Of wide 'Interest here and Futch (Lawtey). Miss Delavan ,
"Farther On, Mrs. Annie Wood
Devotional with
will meet .
u r'6 Lawtey Y. W. AMiss, Annis. throughout the State is the an-of at her home east of Starke. (Fernandlna), Miss Joyce Woods I
nouncement of the marriage (Lakeland) and Bill Stevens our
9 Business Sesaiong Miss Betty Ruth Davis, daughterof new coach S.R.Johns&SonsCASH
"The Training School"-Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of B. S. U. ProgramThe Something should be done about
y W. C. Carr. Dothan Alabama, to Gary Till- Baptist Senior Union I those gasoline thlefs around the s

., "Along the Way in Mission man Overstreet, son of Mrs. Leno wishes to invite all young peopleto i lake .' Maybe they think the
; Study"-Mrs. R. A. Thomas Mrs. Overstreet of Lake City. attend the B. T. U. Sunday world owes them a living Including -
4 A. M. Darby, Mrs. C. R., Neal. "The Impressive ring ceremony night to discuss "What is DI-I gasoline for their gad- AND CARRY PRIC ES FOR AUGUST 2 AND 3
_ Missionary Address-Mlsa.Sokolof was performed by the Rev H. G. vine Righteousness?" abouts The least they could
Baptist Training ,School In Wheeler, Pastor of the First Bap The program will be carriedout do is to leave a note saying "We PHONE 45 NEAR S. A. L. DEPOT
Louisville. Kentucky. tist Church, in Ocala, in the pres- in this order: I have emptied your tank" juu'
Lunch. ence of relatives and intimate Opening with tne President in bas' a gentle reminder so the victim -
4 Hymn '"Beautiful Words of friends of the bride and bride charge. Opening hymn: "GuideMe will look before leaving the 24 Pounds SOL FLOUR Guaranteed ?
Life. groom. 0 Thou Great Jehovah"; lake and not give out half way ,
"Seeking Christ's Way Through "For her wedding, the bride Scripture, prayer, business, tak- to town Perhaps I shouldn't
,. Prayer" Pastor, Rev, C. F. chose a becoming ensemble of ing of records, announcements, have mentioned it, paper and
Hooker. navy, with white accessories. Her welcome to new members and I pencils won't be safe anymore
i Devotional Miss Louise I flowers were a shoulder corsageof visitors Bible drill (by Quiz Lard Can - $3.50 Tomatoes Can - 6cI
Thomas. sweetheart roses. leader) on David and Saul. It won't be long before the ,
Converence period led by Association "Mrs. Overstreet is a graduateof Discussion period with group grape vines will be loaded with
President, Mrs. L. E. Ashford High School, Ashford captain, Jenelle Hutchlngs in ripe grapes Aunt Ida Hagan I Bulk Gal. 15c Limes Dozen
Vinegar l
t' Wilson Ala., and also of Campbell's Business charge. Jenelle will give the introduction (Theressa) has invited me out -
"Young People Share the Load"Pine College In Dothan. At the' ; Fannie Silcox will to eat my fill Jus' can't
Grove's y W. A. I wait Like to stand under
time of her marriage, she was discuss "Definition of Righteousness. -
Report of Chairmen. employed by the Peninsular Life I ." Discussion No. Two: "DI- the arbor and eat 'em right off

Dismissal-Mrs. Wyrick. Starke Insurance Company In Ocala. vine Righteousness Revealed"will the vine I FRYERS Live Weight Pound - - 2 25c
Those attending
"Mr. Overstreet Is a prominent be given by Margaret Len- Ralph Rhodes has already madea c
were: Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs non. "Righteousness in Terms ofLaw" hit at Ft. McPherson 'Cept
business' of Lake ,
man City
R. A. Thomas Mrs. S. E. Sparks,
be describes It as embarrnsaln':

Mrs.W. M.A, S.M. To Darby.Meet nois and,is Company with now headquarters with of the Freeport Burgess In Lake Battery illi-- Crews.Requires discussion will Eloise Compensation be Four discussed Bullock: "Righteousness,"will by and Doris give discussion -,i\(-'Seems he was' late to mess, (you ; Kitchen Matches, 2 for 5c Toilet Tissue, 3 for l lI lOcStaley's

Monday at 3:30.: Baptist W. City."Mr.. and Mrs. Overstreet left onstrated five In: Redemption"Rlghteou ness" will Dem-be his unsympathetic anatomy In soul Ralph's had placed chair, Starch 3 for lOc Potatoes 10 Pounds 2 2I 20c

M. 8. Circle No. One will meet immediately after the wedding given by Elbert Edwards.In Ralph took the first empty one I ,
at Mrs. C. A. Knight's KIngsley ceremony for a brief wedding conclusion parts will be be saw oh, fate, 'twas at the
Lake home Mrs L. C. Powell trip and on their return will live given out for the following Sun- officers' table tsk, tsk .I
for the afternoon.
being in Lake City." day and the report of records, Ralph says they got him out of

Circle Two will meet Tuesday Starke people will remember, closing hymn, and prayer heard. It so quick he couldn't remember lOPounds SUGAR 4 4I 4St
morning at Mrs. A, E. LIghtfoot'ahome also, the recent marriage an- sit Un' down or gettin' up I I I
for an all-day gathering, nouncement In the Telegraph of Engraved sympathy acknowledgement Better mind your step, my boy-
which will begin at 9:30. The Mr. Overstreet's slater Miss *. Inexpensive.-Bradford can't get to be an officer in a

ladies clothes are to to bring alter their or fix sewingand for Frances Over treet. I County Telegraph. week The! boys are busy getting off I Peanut Butter 2 Lbs. 20c Chase & Sanborn lb. 21c

those in need. At noon a covered to camp this week They ,
,dllh luncheon will be served I .
'. leave Sunday morning, and we
Circle Three,' with Mrs. H. L. Carolyn Callstreet shall certainly miss them .1
Relish 20c Bananas Five Pounds 15c l
Hough as leader will meet at "Parting Is suchgweet sorrow" -
the home of Mrs. R. L Kemp (Shakespeare's opinion), but It ,
Monday afternoon at 3:30.: Assisting GREETINGS EVERYBODY friends Bee looks right at does have Its advantages: One I
.- It's ANNIVERSARY. home here, she used to live here
hostess will be Mrs my I ; must have an excuse- to kiss the
George Anderson One year ago today I ventured yat know John Inman returnIng boys goodbye ?.. ..,
Monday Circle Four will have: forth as a columnist, and Carolyn to the office (Tallahassee) -Carolyn. Sliced Breakfast BACON Pound - 19c
Callstreet was born to The Bradford after a. few days fl,hln' down on ,
Its at Knabb's KIngsley
meeting How the river Slsson
Telegraph Mignon
County :
Lake place, where Mr. and Mrs. Mission Hall
time does fly; It seems but yes- (Carolina) down for a week-end
Orle Mrs. Wiggins Wiggins will are be now hostess staying, and; .terday (don't you believe It) . Harry Tyson (Tampa) home And TabernacleSeveral Hens Pound 17c Rib Brisket Stew 1ScWis.
Mrs. Hubert Priest co-hostess. It has been fun 'though and I for the week-end; his first visit 1 - or ,
want to thank my readers for ,since election (wish we could visitors were presentat
Members will meet at six o'clock I
their continued interest and criticIsm have 'election more often) the Bible ; Mission
a and covered go for dish a swim,' supper after will which be ; The' Interest makes me I Fashion Forecast. See by. the Hall last Tuesday night.; Some of. State Cheese Ib. '23c Shift's Prm. Hams 25c
served. Mrs. L" A. Canova 'i,*''to happy; the"rlflct'lrri' i makes me fashion sheet that the long loose the regular attendants were absent ,
be leader work harder. ,.' : Postcard Pat locks of the Glamour Girl type because'of illness. Others are i
ter from Montgomery, Alabama; are definitely out ; (Quote) cause of illness;,' Others'are I
NEUTRALIZE QUICKLY Dear Carolyn; "Hair belongs in its place which away on summer visits. A good Pounds BLUE ROSE RICE 20c
EXCESS STOMACH: ACID We use to enjoy your column Is under a hat" .* Oh! if I interest l is manifested In these I j - - -

Acid stomach causes heartburn but reading about the only had a hat. .. Seriously Bible studies and with world conditions
same people week after week though, it seems the correct colt as they are, Christian
gas and indigestion You can neutralize
has become monotonous. How fure for milady Is leanin'! more people should! not neglect the Scratch Feed2.10 Shorts 1 1.80
this acid -
quickly by taking I study of God's word. - -
and more to the upswept arrange-
a spoonful of lU ma-Rex in about a little variety ? ? ?
Aunt ment Madge Whlgam Is so The study was based on the
a glass of water after meal, Sophie
h t. It is delicious tasting. Buy a Thanks Aunt Sophie You cute her head with. her's. piled on top of chapter.Scripture This in Ezekiel is the, the vision ninth of I Edan Mash 2.25 Tuxedo Egg Mash 2JOWHY
bottle of 50 doses for COc todayat know how it la "Names make the man with the 'inkhorn. He - -
the Rexall Drug Store-Car the News," and if the same people Mrs. Young has received a new '
penter's Drug Store In Starke. make the news week after collection of the very newest was commanded by God to mark I I _.

week we write 'em up How- books To mention a couple .. -- r-:_
z ever, as we questionable quoters "The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter,"
s HERE* TO 'G meaningly misquote, "You can (Carson McCullers), "Quietly My
THEIR HEALTH '...' -- please some of the people some Captain Walts," (Evelyn Eaton) _
I of the'time, and some of the people That's all I can remember _
I some of the time, but you 4
_ Milk used In cooking-.or poured can't please some of the people Speaking of Automobiles .
t "over fruit*, cereal. or piuldlngHIM I some of the time" But we do I'm In a Quandry Running
remarkably easy to digest/ try. ". boards are becoming a major /
Use OUR nets milk in making I Vacationists coming and goln' problem in' my life There
cakes, pudding. custards, cream i. Mary Brownlee back to work was a time when a body could
pled, etc. Your family will notice .after unending a week at Kings- get In or out of an auto with
the added ante of perfection' .1. ley with her parents and the little or no thought, but not any-
In everything you serve Try It. Chan Stlths (Washington) more If I don't look before
,The bent c mts no more Let us I The Stlths and their three hand alighting I'll either bump my
deliver dally.-, ,.some lads returned to Washington chin on my knee or keep falling '
PETERSON'S this week after a glorious vacation til the good earth stops me depending DON'T YOU STEP-UP
swimming, fishing, etc. largely on whether or not
SUPREME ,MILK, &: CREAM .."Bee Bullen (Daytona) visit said vehicle) is plus or minus .
rhoneI74 For IfelUery ing Pat Lambe. and ae ln' ole I'm rather, inclined to agree with

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of, LOCAL NEWS r Mrs.-II. E. Tucker and daughter .
BETHEL acting business in Fountain. N.I\
Miss Barbara Local Son Makes Good
spent Monday ;
C., this week. .
''through Wednesday In By IU,.. D. D. Woodard .
-=-- and 1.1-; Georgia Mrs, Lynn Hall and children Lester M. Sponholtr, a member
Sparks W. this
S.. E. E. Bryant week with friends
\Rfg was !Ie. Jackson- business to and Mrs. Roswell Noegel; .I and relatives. While Mrs. John HIggInbotham and Masters J. L and Eugene, and this year of the Bradford High
made a trip GaInes- there
:Jon daY. have returned from Cedar Keys, attended they .little daughter of St. Augustine Margaret and Lucile, spent the School faculty was commendedthis '.
bUSinesS ville Tuesday morning the funeral of Miss I
I where they spent a week with hIs Barbara's uncle John 1('wt"r. visiting her mother, Mrs. week-end in Lake City. week: by Frank Wright, director ':I'
went to Jack- parents, Mr. I A. Cam- JimmIe Woodard last week I ( \; }
Denmark and Mrs. W H. eron. I Randall Boyd, who entered the of the University of Florida ; ,f
Friday afternoon Mrs. W M. Edwards and( Mrs. Noegel. ; Mrs. Kelley and daughter of CCC Camp at Fargo, Georgia, I publicity department. Stated .;
Jack Bell and eon, Robert, went O'steen 'Mr. : "Lester earned lOG
were visiting friends here Wright '
Mrs. just a few days
W. L. Edwards and ago spent the
and Mrs E. L. Williams to Lake City Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova, i i I Frank G. Bauknight of Jackson-Mrs. last Monday evening week-end with his parents. Randal percent of his college expensesand v

Itors to Jacksonville Sat- and daughters, Mary Ann and ;[I vllle. Mrs. W. W. Page Jr., of Miss Leafy Starling of StarkeIs has a host of friends here was graduated from the University :)
Mr. and Mrs.. D. A. Montieth Caroline, of Gainesville, were ) Lake City, and Elmo Struth visiting her aunt and uncle at who are always-glad to see him. of Florida h, .,;
and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. guests Thursday of ltd- I ,,
VInIng Mrs. E. E.I[spent Wednesday, Thursday and: Penney Farms. Mrs Ira Brown of Gainesville, cheek '
Doris Harrison this wherereside week spent last Sunday In Daytona, Canova. I'Friday of last week with their'I Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee are spending and son, Lamar are the guests A L A It I A f. '

a Sebring, Florida, Beach. Mr. and Mrs. ;'rioter Mrs. J. 'S. Johnson of a few weeks with her parents of Mrs Brown's mother, Mrs, W 666M 7 day and W. L. Edwards I I I Plant City. They attended the at Maxville.HAMPTON. I P. Uirt. COLDSsymptoms I',
Miss Betty Hall of Arcadia Is daughter, Fredrika of Jack-I|:funeral of Mr. J. S. Johnson, who;I There will be an entertainmenthere .
DennIs and Billy Gra.re visiting her cousin, Miss Sharon sonville are spending two weeks'Idled Wednesday morning, I first day '\ I
Beach at the Struth Cottage by the "Prairie Boys" to- Try "Rub->ly-TIm"-a Wonderful :: {
Jacksonville Hall, and Miss Garni la Hutto on Kings- *
at By Slim. Ada, Nlinmo
ley Lake. II night (August 2nd) at the school LJnknent ''' '
afternoon. this week. Mrs William Dobrow and auditorium. Price 25 and 13 Liquid Tablet Salve N.* i\\'' ',.
children, Joan and Jack, have retume,1 Mrs. E. C. Morris and daughter ( J
for sale, 2 yard load $1 Mr. and Mrs. A. F Sauls were [.. this Mr.week and) Mrs. R Johns. Jr., ] to their home In Pahokee, Miss Ernestine, of Bartow. cents. rro. 'f.I ,Jti ff\! \ ,4 t,
H. .> in Lake City Sunday visitingMr. moved to J. H. RItCh's; Fla., after a three weeks' visit are the guests of Mrs. Morris'
Sauls' sister, Mrs. Myrtice place at Kingsley Lake, where with Mrs. Dobiow's mother and I father, B. Y. Saxon. FUNERAL DIRECTOR ,' '

Mre GUY Sale went to Horuphorne. of they August.will remain for the month father Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs I I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan spent the My Many Year Experience Make It Possible for Me to Bender. .l
0"nd tweek, of bls peo- at the Jacobs'
last Kingsley Lake cot. week-end with her son, Cleveland EFFICIENT, PROMPT and OOUUTEOUS SERVICE : "
Qultroan, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek and i tage. She was accompanied home 'I Sullivan, of Theressa I ,I,
family this week moved into one Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moch and I by her husband, who arrived here ]) John Guy who has been the PRICES .
Grace Green s InwAth- of the A. Z. AdkIns houses in family, of Savannah, Georgia | the middle of this week guest of his father Rev James T. DeWITT C. JONES .' .;
r., last north Starke. spent a few days with their uncle Ij Guy, for several weeks, is trans Starke, Florida (, .')1
While" there, she aw I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Miss Jean. Davis spent last a ::1, A!
and R alp h Johns Clark, of Lawtey.Mr. week-end .
Matthews I Miss Jo returned In Archer with her .\\i Af
who are at Ft. McPher- from a week's vacation aunt, Mrs Pauline Stone, and j f}
spent with Miss Jo Ann Blocker and Mrs. V. H. Carden returned three cousins Billy, Betty and :
la Gainesville.Mrs. I Sunday after a week's Peggy. Sunday they had a reunion I HURRY1 Thousands Sold Only 250 More ; .
vacation In Central Georgia and i at Crystal Lake, with Mrs For This Special Introductory Advertising Offer ;' ;i 4
ntaWordufarm E. L.. Matthews spent last 'West Florida visiting various i Stone's biother-ln-law and sister, I 1
week-end and the first of this friends and relatives. I I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, and BRAND NEW WILLYS i"'
week in Orlando visiting Mrs. with their nephew and neice, A. .
: of 60 acres on H. B. McLendon. Captain S. A, Bryan spent Sat W. and Virginia Anderson. i AT USED CAR TERMS i "
ie-Raiforcl Bond nine miles urday, Sunday and Monday In "
test of Starke. Will sellor Miss Patsy Ruth Wainwright Oglethorpe, Georgia. While there j l/IGl/LASiJ I
without stock and farm left here Monday for a visit in I he attended the funeral of his 't ;
By :Miss Beth \\knltt'rlyMr. i
Q.mseii nelce Mrs.
write Tom I'
See or Morgan. f
ments. Miami with her aunt and uncle, 'I II
81 Masters Drive, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark. 1 and Mrs. W. M, Wimberly' .,,
lUgustine. 3t to 8-9 Miss Evelyn Stump recently I visited relatives here Tuesday I ji .'
ALE.Missionary Straw- Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clark of returned to her home here after i The Manley ConstructIon Co., '' Lowest Trade In Allowance For Any Car .. ,:;":' ;
Lawtey spent, Sunday afternoon spending several days In Maxwell road crew arrived Thursday and I ,
A. Johnson "
Plant Field, Ala., as the guest of Dr 'are busy preparing to start work I ,": '
2t to 8-2 with Mr. Clark'a sinter, Mrs. Regardless' Age or Type S) !:
jie, FW. and Mrs.
Andeda Griffis, of Starke. S. P. Vandiviere.Miss on building and widening on the : "' '"

ALE-14-foot boat. Also stretch from Maxville to Lawtey' The Best of Any Car I is Us Newness No Repair Hills No Doubts, No :; .
building done to order.at Bobby and Mary Ann Maddrtx, Bonnie Jean Hawkins on Highway 13. They have established -. Worry-A New Car Gives Heal Pleasure .; 1:, '
Mrs. Ollie Marr'a forr of Miami have returned home : spent the day in Jacksonville a camp here and will J \
Information. C. H. after a two-weeks' stay with Wednesday. She was accom- make their headquarters. They HURRY A NEW CAR WITHIN REACH OF ALL HURRY ,4Hd: ;
DI. box 133, Starke, Fla. their grandfather, A. F. Sau! panied to Jacksonville by her expect to be on this work for the :
ltp uncle, I. D.t.,jHawkins, of Waldo. next three months. USED CARS RICHARD & HAMITER USED CARS 'W I
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Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova, and Miss Ethel Ricks, Mrs N. T $1 to $3 Week $25 UPSTARKE ; ,
IALB-Piano in good con- sons John and Edward, of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Garden' Green of Starke, B. H. Ricks andH. 210 S. Walnut St ,
$40. Will trade for sowf. were guests Sunday of his spent SundayTln Cross City as C. Wimberly\ were business FLORIDT '' ''i
Mrs .H. B. Wiggins, mother. ,' :Mrs.' E.! ''El: Canova. guests of< Wid! Carden's parents, I visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday : ,\1 ".
bton, Fla. Itp Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bellott. A, 'J
family reunion was Miss! Janie Marr thewet'kend .
enjoyed at spent ,
with few Dirt for sale, 2 yard load $1. i \
black cow
one ,
that time. with Miss Ollie Marr in /'ii
,pots, marked crop under- See J., H..Redf
(and underslope upper-bit. Mrs. W. A. Stern and Mrs. Edward' THarr of Jacksonville l..
d I L. G., should have calf.Green's Miss Sadie Prince has returnedto
Chrfcftlne Johnson visited Mr. visited his brother. Joe Marr Sat
store. Itp her home. in Raiford after Stern, and their daughter, Louiseat urday. .j/
spending several weeks with St. Augustine Beach Sunday. Owen Marr' of Mims visited
D-Lady wishing room friends in Knoxville, Tennessee.
board In exchange for comi Louise and Mr. Stern are there relatives here the last of the I Sell Your Tobacco With
for short vacation.Mr. .
i for elderly lady at night.P. Sale Homervllle, a week.Mr.. T
and Mrs.
Harry Wlmbeilywere
O. Box 583, 8tark, Georgia, is spending part of this
and Mrs. Morris Edwards visitors to Starke Thursday
tf week with his brother and sister- and her mother, Mrs. S. R. Jesse Newsom of Starke was '
in-law, Mr; and Mrs. Guy Sale.The' Frank Lake CityTwo
; Yancey
here ,
|PAY CASH-for good high Johns, Sr., returned early this Thursday :
aerial poles set up.. See week from a two-weeks' stay with Mrs Lena Mosley and Mrs. Ed. I''
JV. Anderson, Jr., at Tele- many- friends of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards' sister, Mrs. Mosley anI'] children of Maxville
I office. r .. 'r5ptfAIMS -}Mrs; J s,Raskins! : and family rey ChristyIn Anderson< S. AUd-I' were hereMunday. I j '
.will "'bd.ltl7 to earn that I Mrs. D. "C, Reid and Miss Sal- mammoth' well warehouses 103-
lighted .
; -in good used furni- they are .moving to Jacksonville. Miss Cleo Norman has returned lie Reid of AlaxvlKe\ : were visitors I'
Beds, springs, mattresses to her home In Highland after here Saturday.
robe, oil stoves and dininglulls. Mr. and Mrs. C.F Ward left Mr. and Mra J. R. Smith of I
spending a week with friends in
500 feet of sales floor located
.slightly': used. Call Tuesday for Marietta Georgia .' Mimms. This week she is visiting Lawtey were business visitors square space ,
see us. -The where there !
Loft 22 E. Mr. Ward's home her grandparents, Mr. and here Saturday. I
St., Jacksonville Fla was a big family reunion this': Mrs.' R. C. Griffis, In Lawtey. Marvin Green of Mlddleburg
6-28 8-181 week. ---- was here Monday. I II I right in the center of the tobacco district. Both

II Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth Visitors here Monday included )I
and children Shirley Elizabeth J. M. Mobley, Win. Reid, and C

: NAT SEZ: Ann their and home William in Jacksonville, returned Sun-to B.Duncan Cannon of Gainesville.of Jacksonville, A, I I warehouses Yanceys and Stricklands front on

) Mrs. Ella Prescott, Frederick
,:'J 1 I'll bet the fellow who hear make now up day Kingsley after Lake spending at the a Struth week Cot-at Prescott, Mr and Mrs. Lon I'r"8I:I railroad siding which eliminates long hauls.

c.;' ,4i most of the joke you tage. cott and son Vnughn, were visit ,
\ time.
adays must have a good
ors to Staike Saturday. I
'... I enjoy telling them twauxe I -- ------ Mrs S. C. Harley made a business -
/7 but I Mrs S. L. Peek and her daughter I : hours without
'... like have to make hear people them first.laugh Miss Frances Peek and older trip to Jacksonville Monday. Eighteen selling time a stop ,r
to Visitors to Melrose from here I
If I just had the gift of being son, Jimmy Peek, and Sunday included Mr. and Mrs H. I

r the maker upper I'd be time satisfied I hear, ,Black Sonny Ml., ,will N. C leave., where Sundayfor they C. Wimberly, Mra. H. C. Wlm-I makes it possible for me to sell your tobacco '
but an it Is now, every weeks' berly Sr.. Misses Patty Wimberly,
will remain for a two va- I
a new one and go out to make Ethel Ricks and Beth Wimberly,

round I find that Joe Wilson or cation. .-- and while there they visited Mrs. I without a long wait. With Frank Yancey bid-
Powell Carpenter have already Mrs. W. G. Halle returned to H. A. Ilarnelt aDd family and
told It.SNAPPY. Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod

joying her home five here days Tuesday In Atlanta after, Ga.en-, ding the top dollar on tobacco and Mr.
as the guest of her sister, Mrs. OLD FfKMTVKE MADE ,
Mrs. Halle attended LIKE NEW
E. Mitcham.
w M SHOES her family reunion in Atlanta Wilder the auctioneer
C Sunday. Lowest Price I selling gives you a guar-

for rncri who want to save* and Mrs. B. O. Jensen and On All I
daughter Mr. Mrs. JImmie Delcher. WorkAT I antee that your interest will be taken care of in

of Jacksonville, were guests Fri

CLEAN SWEEP ON ALL Tucker.day their of guests Mr Mr.and spent and Mrs.Mrs.the Tucker day H. and E.at HOSPITALLAFFITOFF KItlCKSFURNITURE FlCE!).! both Yanceys and Stricklands warehouses.Both .

SUMMER SHOES Kingsley R J Davis Lake. who has been employed i houses will be open to receive tobacco on

st. Augustine spent): I

last week-end In here with hism- I Monday August 5th. Sales will start Thurs-

gsROQ$ & $5.00 Grades $2.98 lly Mrs.Misses Davis Marjorie and their and daughters Ida- I I ,on 1

Lulu Davis accompanied week's visit.him t I I day August 8th. I welcome to Lake City
back Monday for a )1 you
jjs$3.5Q$ & $4.00 Grades $2.49 1
Dirt for sale, 2 yard load $1.
See J. II. Re

ens $2.50 & $3.00.Grades $1.98 the Mitchell Miss house Nora and guest DuVal Miss of,Lucile who Mrs.has Mitchell J.been M.I'I|I ': i either of my two houses and I will take good

omens $2.00 Grades --$149 for the for past a visit few weeks with ,her left aunt Sunday -, ,, i of tobacco.My

Mrs. (J. W Lamar in Quincy 9& I your .
i I While away she will also! visit .

((relatives Georgia In Moultrie, and Will and:return Valdosta -,] H. 1.tinsuranc.Japa.,poof cAop. I grateful appreciation to you all for your goodnessto
omens $3.OO Grades $1.98 .
to Starke before returning I Now Fat hot dealt me in the past
. in Columbia, S. C. a nasty tlaplSay.
I r her
Lam Oil "What
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs you'.nd.r.dWa. Sincerely your friend,
Childrens Summer Shoes celebrated 33rd wed' ....dl.M .. had \ I r
their ,
anniversary a large you ttay. family ding reunion at their Kingsley' I i Frank Yancey i
Guest were: Mr.
and Lake Mrs.cottage.William Dobrow, and HAROLD I I C. WALL '\

JOffSTERNBERG'S children, Joan and and Mrs.Jack Jack Paho-Wil I Want To Buy 250,000 Pounds Of Good Clean Scrapr a

' kee; Mr Gehsesville Mr. and Mr*. ENEr4Al6 P +,INSURA
Hams Nusobauu, Jacksonville; 1i
Clarence i
Mr. and Mrs\ L Lawrence. Perry; PLEASE PHONB

Mr. and Ides M. Lawrence Grlf-J I
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VANDERBILT ness with malaria, fever In the RISINGBy BOOTSEY'S. BEACH Live Oak Markets (Continued from page three!

By Mane Velma Norman hospital In the CCC Camp at Mrs. H. II. Lewis Ily Mix Effie Crawford
Frog Island N. C. Ready For TobaccoLive DeaeeIpt/ea<< !I... T R A Own

r Mies Hazel Manning of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Morgan Mrs. Noah Crews and baby of SEt4yof NEi4 & W\i of .r.. *

t; was the guest of Miss and family have moved back to spent the week-end with Mrs. Macclenny are upending a while Oak,-Warehousemen put'their ErNyEof SE' of SW% 5 5 22 120 Unknown .c.
Velma Norman Sunday afternoon.. this section. We welcome them Morgan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. here with her bromer-m-law and giant warehouses In order 6E1tVOf /SEf4! & Why of 20 nknown.

Mrs. J. W. Knight and little{ here again. Jim Mann of St. Marys. sister :Mr. and Mrs O. B. Johns. this week to receive the millions NF4 of NEt 1 15 B 8 U 22 I40 U'kF.. Wackerrn '
daughter, Sandra, of Lake Butler Miss Elna Conner of Gum Mrs. R. N. Crawford was a E & Ely of SEA of anNW'4
Mr. Johnnie flue-cured
and Mra. Starlingand of of
are visiting Mr. and Mrs F. :M. Branch was the week-end guestof visitor to Palatka Tuesday. pounds U 84o O.
baby, of Jesup, Ga., EY.. NWS4 & F
d. be moved out of this marketIng oloi4 waokermn
Norman of this section the week-end here with his Irene Lewis. Mrs. Joe Holmes, of this section '4 8 B 22 80 ..
M parents Mrs. Jeff Lewis and growing center, beginning NE'a & Ely of NE14 of Unknown
+ Mrs. Allen Howard of Maxvllle Mr. and were was a visitor to Raiford
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Star- warehousemenwill NW'4u"x 6 A In SW CorNWyexB
_Ac... ,. &l'&A spent Sunday here with her parents -: visiting Mr. and Mrs N. C. Mott Monday. August at six kNW'yot '
r, -Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Man- ling.Mr. of Brooker Sunday. Miss Effie Crawford spent the receive leaf beginning A In SE Cor k W% of
and Mrs. A. F. Hall and o'clock Monday morning, Au- 8W'4 of NW'4 & HI,!. of
n .1.. ning. children returned to their homeIn Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and week-end in Jacksonville visiting SF.r4 of NW\4\ & NE'4If
; ;,b; a ; +t i Cecil Manning has returned family and Elna Conner of Gum I friends and relatives. gust S. ( HE'4 of NW'4 811: II K!
I Jacksonville after A In BW
} # home after spending part of last spending few Sunday here with'' Branch, spent Sunday with Mr. I Mrs. Robert Crawford and It was indicated here this week Eor BE% of NE14 ofll 8 U 158 w. B. 81bley
; a day.
,4 i week with relatives in Jackson relatives. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of daughter 'Esther and Miss Grade that the two sets of Include buyers ex- AIN 8VV IG of SW'4 W oil 8 U 5 W S. I'lbl.y': t
vine. LaCrosse Fountain of this section were pected here would repre- Ry ex 10 A In sW Cor 11 8 U 18
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman Ralph Nettles of Starke was a Mr. H. C. Hobbs and children visiting friends and relatives In sentatives of all the tobacco com- All SW'4 of BW'4. E of Unknown
business visitor to this Ry 11 I 22
I section and the export companies. 9 I
Alvin and and Luclle Starke Monday night. panies Unknown
and: daughter Velma of this section Evelyn of NE'4 % I 28 20
aai EM otNEi .
418' Cha
Monday. Warehousemen at Live Oak are of NEJ,4, For
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. Crosby attended church at Ral- Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Thompson : ytbE
a M. Rosier of Woodlawn Thurs I Mr. and Mrs. George Cone and ford Sunday. and family of Woodlawn were predicting the 1940 market pricesto Nty of NW' r..o8W34! 'nf II B U fO W B. Sibley

Miss Maggie Starling spent Sun- Marshall Mott of Brooker spenta I visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. be generally good. The condition NW\4 ez I A In NW 1 1Cor L
; day.Mr. day at Cedar Creek near Sanderson Thompson and family Sunday of the market was bettered & e. 21 An SW.Cor .
and Mrs. L. It. Renfroeof few days this week with his 8t SE'4 of NWS4 ex1t
with Mr.- Cone'. sister with the announcement that the
afternoon. I-Ii Afn BE Cor &
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mra.
Vanderbilt were visiting' in Mr. federal would all 1'1 1000 ft of NE'4nt
Maggie Boyd. Mr. and Mra. R. N. Crawfordof government purchase
H. H. Lewis.
Jacksonville Monday.R. BW'4 ex E 80 ft 8t
Arthur Murrbee of Starke was this section were visiting the I one fourth of the 1940 W 947 ft of ElE'4 erSWye
C. King of Gum Branchwas Mrs. Neta White of Jacksonville .. '
I.'IW'4 of
visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. A. bed side of Mrs. W. F. Harnage SW'4
visiting Mr. Levy Norman was visiting her sister, crop.The k I Al In NW'4 of BW'4
Browning Sunday. Sunday night.., seven warehousemen op- S of lake 13 S II IU .
i of this aectlon last Monday.Mr. Mrs. Walter Underhill Saturday. H J.
B. E. Mr. Rudolph Chlsm of Starke erating at Live Oak again this NKofNWl4ofSE>Ze:: Stewart
and Arthur McRae of .
and: Mrs. Clyde Manning Mr and Mrs. Clyde Suellle of A II 8 II 14
and family of Starke were dinner Starke were visiting Mr. and Jacksonville spent Saturday with spent a few days here this week year are H. W. Gauchet and SODS, All NE'4 of BE'4 8 of D. O. Stewart
t visiting his uncle and aunt Mr. Jeff Lee Ry 111 A ex E f I
i, Mr. H. M. McRae Sunday Hal and Louis; Cozart
of their
guests Mr. and Mr. J. H. grandfather Mr. N. T. A for cemetery II' II 14
J. ,
morning and Mr. R. N. Crawford.THERESSA Knott, John Smothers and Jack E Larsen
Manning Sunday, King. .r'k'te: :: le, 8 U fO Walter
Calhoun. all of whom have had DlV. U I_ ., Wllle 1Rlka I
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards We, are sorry to hear of the Mr. H. H. Lewis and Mr. Bishop I 1 2 of Govt U. Lot-- 1 22-- 8 22 Unknown I
of Brouker were guests of Mr. illness of Grandma Lewis, who is Thomas attended church at Rock many years of experience In flue- Blk Blk 4 3 of of Oovt Lot 1 22 8 22 JE., Smith I
Mid Mrs F. M. Norman one day 111 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday.Mr. By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan cured marketing. E14 of Blk Oovt 1 Lot of Govt 1 22 8 22 c> A. William) I

last week. I Neven Mott at Brooker. We hope Meanwhile, Suwannee County's Lot 2 22 8 22 5r. I
Will Lewis of Plant City Mr. and Mra. P. C. of Blk 8 of Govt Lot S E. DeSha
Mabry 22 8 12
Mra. Eugene Ellis and baby of I she will noon be well again. Junior Chamber of Commerce is Blk) 7 of Oovt Fred L. Morrow 2
Lot 2 A
was called to the bed
Worthington Springs were visiting Our side of his Jacksonville spent the week-end proceeding with its plans to entertain -I nik 1 of Oovt Lot au. 22 I
pastor, Eld. W. E.
Mrs. Ellis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. will be with Hall I:mother, Mrs. E. J. Lewis who with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. upwards of 10,000 visitorsin N" '4 of NWW & W,4 Of Haynes I
us during this
week- NWW\
:has been ill. 22 8 22
{ very Mrs. D. W. 120
Moore returned Unknown
T, M. Norman Saturday evening.PINE ,end services. All member are Live Oak in an all-day second NEW of NWW\ 24 8 22 40 Unknown II
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Conner Friday night from Belle Glade annual March of Progress celebration E 1-4 of NW! ex 3.61 A I
urged to attend the business
was visiting I Mr. where she was called to the bed NE Cor W of lake
LEVEL y meeting on Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday. August 14. kexlake A BSAof
Raleigh of Saxton Tuesday.Mr. side of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. N 1-3 of NEW of SWW
By Mra. II. M. McRae and Mrs. Everett Oliver and Mrs. Howard Moore who has been ill) BUS SCHEDULE & N 1.8 of SEW A
of Crosby Lot S 25 8 22 229 .
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. at her home there. We 51re. Floe 1r.
Mrs. Neta White of Jack- and children of Sunny Brook are gladto Northbound rlkeon Fred.I
la pending' a while here with day.and Mrs. J. L. Underhill Sun- Farm were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Wjltlter report Mrs. Moore Is Improv- Leaves Starke at 2:20: a. m. S' AinNWCor.Alen1 of NEW of NEW. ex ill

rela tlves. Underhill Sunday. ing. 12:30: p. m., 1:45: p. m, 8:10: ) p. A in SE Cor of NWW\
Mrs. T. N. Norman Mr. and Mrs Alice Oliver la visiting J. J. Brannen and son, Raw- m., and 10:10: p. m. of NEW 26 'S 22 20 Evallna Barton
Mrs. Eldon Sapp and Miss Dor- her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. BOATDRAINBy lelgh were business visitors to SouthboundLeaves C. A. KNIOHT. Tax 11

thea Norman, all of Gum Branch and Mrs. Eaton!: Brown at Sampson Mrs. Z. Tbereasa Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Starke at 2:40: a. m., of Bradford County,Collector Florfdlir '
Z. GrUfI
were visiting relative here Sun City. and Mrs. F. B. Jones and 10:20: a. m., 2:20: p. m. and 5:20: -

day afternoon.Mr. Buddy Oliver of Sampson City Miss Margaret Morrell o f little daughter, Dorothy Mae,, Mra. p. m. .
and Mrs. L. A. Crosby was a dinner guest of Owen Mc- Jacksonville spent the week-end J. E., Ousley and John B. Moore, Westbound ,

and children of Sunny Brook Rae Sunday.Mr. with her sister Mrs. W. E. all of Perrine, Fla., are spending Leaves Starke at 5:35: p. m.

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. :M. and Mrs. Eaton Brown of Greene. two weeks with relatives here and: 11:30: a. m. rHRI1I11I

McRae Sunday afternoon. Sampson City were dinner guest Mrs. E. E. Lee and children of and at Maya' Camp on Lake Eastbound

Friends of Herbert Alvarez of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Under- Bethel spent Sunday with her Santa Fe. Leaves Starke at 5:20: p. m.
will be sorry to hear of his Ill bill Sunday. sister and brother Mr*. Janie Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore and Ticket office and bus depot at ,
Greene and Albert Grtffl sons Byron and Charles of Valdosta Conway's Service Station, corner ,
I BOREE A large crowd from this sec- Ga., C. L. Wilson and lit- Highways 13 and 48. I
FUNERAL HOME tion enjoyed a swim at Lee Lake tle Blllle May of H :n=,ton, Mr. Do Your Tradingwhere

J..>%, Ambulance Service! Day or; Nigh nODe 154 Sunday evening.. and Mrs. H. D. May and Miss FOR BABY'S COMFORT

We have added a late model AMBULANCE to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and !.Ida Hagan, of Theressa, had dinner McGee's Baby Elixir intended 6 pieces Rogers Silverware. an
our equipment children of Jacksonville were at Lake Santa Fe Sunday.Mr. for Minor upset of the stomach given away with every $40.in trade
with special spring for easy riding. visiting friends and relatives and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore and bowels that result from overeating or certificates.Are .

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" G. B. Bennett, Manager Sunday. and little sons, Charles Larrie, improper foods, or temporary )

I Mrs. Callie Galney has returned of Gainesville, were guests of A bottle over-acidity of McO.of.'.the Baby stomach.Elixir In RedeemedSMITH'S GARAGE

.. home after spending two Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore Sun- costs only 3Sc.OARPENTER'S. j .

INSURE WITH weeks with her mother ,Mra. G. day.Mr. DRUG STORE STARKE, LORIDANew
W. Harrell of Lake City. arid Mrs. C. Sullivan were
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. Albert Griffin was in Gainesville business visitors to Grandin Sat

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Monday on business urday. i, s r
Joe Griffls, Jr., of Jacksonville Misses Patsy and Cleone Ed-
Phone 74 STARKE, FLORIDA ,spent Thursday night with his mondson were shopping In Jacksonville VV aTJ

: uncle; C. A. Griffla. Tuesday.Rev. 'i xV
> Freddie Dodd and Mm i iiS.

i C. Dodd, of Keystone Heights,
I i Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Mrs. Lydia

'Hall, of Theressa, attended Re- '
vival services at Graham Christian -

church Saturday night. //20
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan
li were business visitors to Brooker ___ RflC\

and Gainesville Sunday.H. .

lij C Gainesville were. D.transacting May Monday.Mr. and. business W. H. Hall in :;

and Mrs Thos. F. Brown :

and sons, Emery and Frank, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W
Moore Saturday

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q. D a

1 .dj&e4 WIF a r, TOBACCOMARKET H-C gives me

,wt, Is Known Far and Wide, Double-Range Anti-Knock

Because, on Official Records -
yi' ItGETS .

"I get Double-Range Anti-Knock." That's what motorists are

YOU saying about the new H-C Gasoline. The two speedometersabove

r., HIGH $$ indicate the two important speed ranges where knock-

OPENS TO RECEIVE Jess power is needed. Some gasolines give high anti-knock in

FIRST TOBACCO SALE AUG., ACG.S S one driving range but not in the other. However, the new

r Double.Rt.nge H-C gives you high anti-knock in both. Try a

& 2 SETS BUYERSWith tankful of the new
f r Double-Range H-C today. It sells at
** :ke D All) Major Companies, In- regular price.

eluding the Export Trade,

Represented at All Sales

,., rJM

,: 5 .: :' < 7 WAREHOUSESWith

the Same .4 Groups of Experienced -

The tingling taste of CocaColanever Competing Operators
Drink a* In 1939 Again Ready to Move

Tobacco !eater Than at Any I
loses the freshness of appeal Point Within 90 Miles.

: eca fr;, that first charmed you. It leaves a Now, for First Time I

cool clean after-sense of refreshment rdral Market Grading Report and Prtlc Dally ..ears tannin+-.e.ern.,n.u ', ae ..L
Delicious undRefreshing 4s: P.,.O.

that satisfies your thirst Sell YourLeaf

# completely.

F PAUSE THAT REFRESHES Agent Sinclair; Refining; Company (Inc.)

4 B. E.
Phone 158
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!, 1940


Bargains Offered Buy Your Child'sI I

During ]Period School Needs II

Aug. 2 To Aug. XZ '
In Starke r ;

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f lURE DRUGS ARE VITAL Radio Is Aid Special Houston's Service Station"When At Food Must Be THEY'LL GO FOR PEPSI-COLA Ii. J.I'I'. '

TO HEALTH PROTECTIONTime To School ChildS. Starke Monday school, many opens studentsand here In Well ProtectedAt \WHEN TIRED AND THIRSTY ':' } :

teachers will be driving their
again! I prescriptions from the largest to I CIt
for school I G. Denmark manager of cars to and from school each all times, but especially at "If you want to see how young Is the largest In size and children
Mil your child get the maxim :i careful the smallest attention are given the very the Denmark Furniture Company, day." H. H. Houston, manager of the beginning/ of a new school folks enjoy Pepsi-Cola, just wait appreciate the extra amount ,;

amount of good from thet serve. that they de In discussing: the opening of B. Houston's Service Station at the year it is important for mothersto until school opens and then slip they get for their money when. '

months spent In the H. S. here on Monday August 5, Intersection of highways 13 and see that their children's food out there some day at recess, or they buy Pepsi-Cola.

eight the athletic Of course It might be that stresses the Important part that 28 observed yesterday. "In view In kept pure and wholesome. They, noon and see how many of them ."Mothers need not bother
,? room and on your child Is In perfect health. radio is playing: In the new trendof of this fact," Mr. Houston con- need good health and vigorous' refresh themselves with our drinkIn about poor appetites if they will

Id1 All we can do in that case Is to education today tinued "it behooves each and bodies< to hold up under the strainof i preference to all others," Dave allow their children only five

The answer depends entirely on 'Invite him to drop In after school "The progress of the radio, Industry every car driver to have the car the long eight-months term of i Sllcox, local distributor of this cents a day for a bottle of this

for you are Int :' In building small but efficient !greased the oil changed, and the school Of course, the first essential ever-popular drink said this 1 refreshing drink to go along with
?, parents responsibility of; for a refreshing drink or for a seta solves a problem for I finish polished up BO as to have of !good health Is good I week those !good homemade sandwiches.

sled, with the i healthful dish of ice cream that parents of school children< ," Mr. the car working and looking Its wholesome food. i "It mint be because of the universal No other drink can be as stimulating "

health. No child can getat will help to furnish the energy he Denmark stated. "Economical as bunt during this time when it is Every effort should be made to'' appeal of Pep (l-Cola," he to their appetites and It

he should from his school needs for those long hours of they are, they now put within needed most." see that food held over from one continued. "Men. women, and Is good for them too." 'i
ork unless he Is In good physical reach of every family the possibility "It Is bothersome and annoy- meal to another is kept fresh and children everywhere tell us that Mr. Silcox la more and more
nditloa.If play. But In any event, we want of providing the school ing to have the car break down appetizing, and this cannot be nothing can take Its place whenit enthusiastic all the time over the .

[ you are at all In doubt as to be of any service that we pos- child with his own radio set, just when you are ready to go to done with artificial refrigerationas comes to quenching the thirst reception that has been given to '

whether or not your young sibly can, whether In time of while the large family set may school, and it Is a personal reflection well as it can with good, clean! und pepping them up when they Pepsi-Cola by the public, young .'

,el are physically fit to begin sickness or in time of health. be used by mother and dad to on one to drive a shabbycar chemically-pure REAL ICE as feel they do not have enough and old, since he started distributing : ,' ,

new school term of eight long The matter of physical exami- listen to the programs they en- with streaked finish and manufactured by the Starke Ice energy left to last out the day It here over three year : '

onthfl. especially In the hot nation Is so very important, however Joy." dirty windows," Mr. Houston Company. "When school opens, PepsiColabecomes ago. "Our sales are mounting '<: I! ,

onths of August and September, that we mention it again. The popularity of present day added. It Is Just as important to keepa even more Important In every day, making It necessary v ,
e strongly advise you to take Very often there are little things radio is given credit for having "This week and next we will plentiful supply of Ice In the the lives of our boys and girls" for us to put on additional "r.

em at once to the family doc the matter with a child that can- enhanced childish interest In good have a special. low price for a winter as it is In the summer Mr. Sllcox said, "for it Is re- trucks and other equipment to I (

r for a thorough physical ex- not be discovered except undera music. Then too, some programs, pre-school check-up. This aer- Milk la a wonderful food but you markable how much better those cover the territory" he said. t I

ilnatlon.If doctor's eye. Do not lose like historic broadcasts and vice will Include a first class should not run the risk of giving school lunches taste when they "I know we must have a won

!hs doctor finds that your lose patience with your child be- schools of the air', are actually greasing, oil changed, transmission your child milk that has not been are accompanied by a big bottle derful product because It enjoys

illdren need a tonic to build cause he is making low gradesIn assigned aa class room work by and rear end lubricated, care- kept properly on Ice. of Ice cold Pepsi-Cola. Resides such a wonderful popularity,'! 1

i their constitutions or other school. He cannot do his many teachers. Thus, today we ful washing and polishing, windows Ice Is NOT a luxury-It IS a being the moat delicious In flavor, Mr. Sllcox concluded. : r 3

ediclne, or helpful drug then best work unless he is in the find radio serving a double sig cleaned an interior clean- necessity' !

line to Carpenter'a, where all best of physical condition.IRJEAN nificance-not only entertain ing, battery checked, air checked 1
ment but education as well And and service to lights It needed" It t Is. often possible to save more HOT LUNCHES NECESSARY
I .
I right now the news broadcasts Mr- Houston announced..ow' than the coat of the Ice by pre .. .

SHOPPE KEEPS heard every few hours", by radio I Harry Houston's Service Station serving the food that would other- '
become the pages In history books handles Standard Oil gasoline, "
'I wise spoil and have to be thrown FOR GROWING CHILDREN r. 1Doctors
tomorrow. oils and products, and their service -
Every school-age child should policy Is right In line with away. It Is evident, therefore,
YOUNG FOLKS THE SWIM"Welt 'I that doing without Ice Is false teachers and the latter If .
Is thechild
"IN have the advantage of having his that of stations In the large everyone I so necessary
cities. .When a customer calls economy. I who has had any experience with : Is to maintain his ,vigor

who'd have thought It? frocks as well as the "mix-and. own room equipped with a little I' two or more attendants give the Keep a good supply of Ice all children will tell you that no I during the lengthy school term. ..... :'
set of his very own, and Mr. car an all-around servicing (free this winter and see how much child! can do his bent work In the In the long run, the busy mother .
Is time for B. H. S. ton dresses. 'I
It mingle" The
Here latter I Denmark reminds parents that air, battery water, filling radiator you save on your food bill. In addition class room unless his body Is' will find that she saves very lit- ,
again, to say nothing of be- which are so dear to every school excellent small radios can be checking oil, cleaning windshield satisfaction properly nourished with /good tie money by preparing school
to having the
5 almost time for the .various girl's heart are two-piece, each I bought for as little s\" 1095. Imagine sweeping interior) along wholesome food Therefore any lunches and the time she loses

lieges to swing into action.Of with skirt and shirt, so that they I the delight of your child If with your order for gasoline ands| of knowing that you are protecting mother who lets her children go more than offsets the gain.
you presented him with one of or oil-or even without the lat- the health of your children.Ice through the day with only a Your doctor will tell you thatit
course, this year, once, can be worn to match or to con
those wonderful little Instruments' Is one of your best friends.It sandwich lit noon Is guilty of a Is very foolish to take great l lI
ore, the sweet young things, trast. Two dresses. will make several at the beginning of the new school ter.Mr.. Houston urges drivers of is one of your most faithful grave Injustice and neglect of pains to see that your child Is 4i. d
costumes.Of I
ether of grammar school, or year! Also Imagine the cultural cars to and from school to make duty.There dressed properly and otherwise
ijh school, or college: will make course sweater twins will advantages that will come to him sure they get there and back servants. Surely you cannot afford Is no excuse for undernourishment outfitted for school and then to i

Dar-Jean their again be the mainstay of both as the result of the fine pro- safely expediently, economicallyby to be without It when It when a good hot send him away from home with i
e Shoppe shop- high school and college girls for grams that come In over the air patronizing his service and costs so little compared to the lunch can be had so reasonably only a sandwich and an apple r

DC headquarters, and..thla/pop: ,everyday,, wear.. Bright new shades during every hour of the day! Service Station.for amount-of good It does. at the Orange Blossom Cafe the for lunch. Warm food Is just as I .

i shrine of those who,.-like towelldressed such .tats brass, any shade of popular restaurant operated by Important a* warm clothing to '

has spared no ctrt brown new river blue etc., are 1-- KOZY KORNER TO SERVE SPECIAL SCHOOL LUNCH I Mrs. Titus Olson. For Instance the welfare of a growing boy or I'
In order to be ready to meet soaring to popularity and are to for as little as 25: cent your girl.Let

it demand. be found at the Clar-Jean Shoppe. "With school opening next | High School on Road 13, said at the Kozy Korner Restaurantwe boy or girl can have a good substantial \ your children make the
Smart colleglates wear the long also serve ice cream, sand hot lunch consisting of Orange Blossom' Cafe their head-
Featured right now are such Monday we have made special this week. to a choice of several meats, with hour.
sleeves pushed above their elbows wiches and candles provide quarters during the. noon
atlonally known lines as Cinder- and effect single-strand plans to serve hot, balanced-diet, "The lunch will be well-cooked, those, In-between-meal snacks at two vegetables, rolls (or bread), It Is a convenient place for themto

U, Shirley Temple and Deanna pearls over the top button of the school lunches to children duringthe cleanly and attractively served, recess-time and In the after with drink. spend their rest period and

urbln!law frocks for children and cardigan.It noon hour at a low price," and pains will be taken by us to noon.." The Kozy Korner la Sandwiches prepared at home you will have the satisfaction of
Larkwood hosiery, Vanity Is task, this matterof well- Starke's most popular rendezvous are lots of trouble, and they do knowing that they are going to
no offers
tit easy of make sure the lunch a
lingerie, Maiden Form bras- Mrs. Lorenzo Green manager
for the young folks In the not provide the child with the their studies fortified with the
Its, Anetta Frocks and other keeping right uptotheminuteon the Kozy Korner Restaurant just rounded diet. nourlxhrnent warm food does, and proper nourishment.
rigtnal Models from New York's what's what in the realm of one block south of Bradford Mrs. Green concluded: "Here

ne>t and smartest ready-to-wear do feel that our
fashion but we

a uses Our, and school real clothes quality for accesso-little effort customers on our appreciate part and this this extra appreciation I I Give Your Child A New Bicycle For School I Bradford Hardware Important 1

Irla are carefully chosen for has been reflected In

wrabillty. simplicity cut and the wonderful support given our "No school age boy or girl no telling how long. Well, dependent and a In bicycle handy makesa for In Life Of Rural Children ,.'
brie> and Include the ever popu. shop during the three years we should be denied the pleasure and !it a pleasure to get to school on bicycle comes mother!

r checked and plaid gingham have been located In Starke.terson's privilege" of owning a bicycle if time in the mornings. Then too running errands for all mothersand Farm boys and girls have just pected to keep up In his work
have changed, but the spiritof Mr. St. John urges to make unless he la '
It Is humanly possible for their times to the West- as good a chance progress given good lighting
to buy them one," V. S. youth has not, and today the fathers to come In school as their town facilities
parents Store and Inspect
of the local possession of a new bicycle la ern Auto Associate cousins, with the aid of modem In 4-H
Dairy Noted ForWholesomeness St. John, proprietor the hundreds of Items that Boys who are Interested
Western Auto Associate Store reIterated still the greatest thrill of all. : there to Interest Aladdin Lamps, according to J, work will find In the Bradford
has already With the opening of school are displayed B. Carlisle, owner of the Bradford -
a belief that but the ( Hardware Company's line the fine
generally recognized for however, the bicycle becomes not only the auto owner de- Hardware Company-popular tools and farm implements that
L of Its MilkWhat been and : home owner aUo. He Is
many years. more than a mere luxury with the patronage that establishment that caters to the are so necessary to success In
becomes an lighted
Think back over your childhood. source of pleasure-It afforded him since mov- needs of our rural as well as this very Important work. Our
a wealth of health and out milk to save a few pennies, What was the greatest thrill of absolute necessity Boys and has.been and promises to urban population.The farmers and their children should
to Starke.
r ty Is packed Into one little and have to pay out hundreds of the many thrills you received girls who own bicycles never have take ing reward his customers with the wonderful new lamps give get the habit of buying their

>ur-letter word; dollars later on when your child I during those happy days? It was to worry their parents to and service and satisfaction that la just as good light as electric Implements In Starke where they
gets In a run down condition and the time you received a brand them to school and come of all Western Auto bulbs and make studying at nighta can be bought just as cheaply as
MILKAnd has to have the doctor. I new bicycle wasn't it?-some- get them at noon and after school in- Stores.Conways the policy. pleasure, rather than a painful If ordered from some big house

especially in milk that "A very significant report was thing you had hoped and prayedConway's In the automobile. They are duty Mr. t'arllnle emphasized. In the north. Mr. Carlisle states

MS< from Peterson's Dairy. recently released by the A. &: M. They come In beautiful designs'',; that he Is prepared to meet all

And what great Importance College," Mr. Peterson stated. that add to the attractiveness of mall order prices on all quality

ILK assumes at thla season of "It showed that boys and girls I Station Adds Garage Department any room and can be had for as merchandise.la .

'e year when we stand on the who have milk regularly Includedla little as $4.95. Aladdin also closing his discussion of the

resnold of another school term. their diet finish school two makes electric lamps for the convenience opening of school Mr. Carlisle
"Mothers ahead of those who do not I i Service Station has Nothing but the best will do la at the drlver'a door to take I of the many farm families made a plea for co-operation during
who do order years. attendants
not of milk. servicea where our children are concerned his order, and other who now are enjoying the the 1940-41 term. "Progresa!
Wlar benefit
supply of milk have the added to Its fine of the air,
are take
elr j recently and an and there Is no use risking their Immediately care benefits of Rural Electrificationor Is the result of working and pull-
nk children a great Injustice." "I take great pride in my Garage Department Conway lives on faulty brake. tires, battery water oil checking, radiator Florida Light and Power Ing together whether It's club

al o. Peterson, well-known dairy and the milk that Is pro- auto parts department. Lacy said- steering apparatus or other auto filling window cleaning, etc., Company service. Hy-G r ad. work, church work or business,"

dairyman, said this week, duced there," Mr. Peterson said. owner and manager, mobile part that may be dangerously Without being told and without electric light bulbs are sold la he stated. "It's asking too muchof

!'tn ey are expecting their chll- "All I ask you to do Is to give yesterday."At worn or out of adjustment heel ltatlon. Starke only by the Bradford our teachers to turn childrenover
rt to do their best work but our milk a few week's trial and this time. Mr. Conway call when It costs next to nothing to Conway's Service Station and Hardware Company a t price to them lock stock, and

failing to furnish them with. then see If your children do not ald. "I want to especially to put the entire car In first class Garage Is also the local bus de- right on a I level with the ,Inferior barrel and expect them to make f

Perfect food that Is so nee- prefer It to all others. Let me these two nw departments shape at our garage." pot and have recently Installed a grade bulbs real men and women out of them

ulth.ry to their' growth and good start this week leaving you a the attention of the let many their chil-par- Conway's have gained considerable unique service found nowhere Every school boy or girl who without the heartiest cooperation "'

quart or more every day and see ents who drive, or school fame In the past three lives on the farm, should bring .of the child's parents.
"Milk I. sot a lut ry-!it la a If your children do not come dren drive, the car to as the only "complete ser else. They furnish free transportation his or parents to the Bradford "With a. liberal application of
week-end or years
(8<.ity." Mr Peterson c 0 n- through the winter In better every day. This In vice" Service Station In Starke. for bus patrons to and Hardware Company and show cooperation we can make the

fIed: "The Price Is cheap when health than ever before. Milk Is early next week bring your and The moment an automobile stops from the bus depot to the local them these marvelous Aladdin 1940-41 term the most successful
It over
stop. to consider all the won- cheap Insurance when It comas car and let ua check for In their driveway an attendant destination. Lamps, for It Is generally recognized we have ever had," he concluded.
!-rtul l nauit! that milk brings to protecting them from sickness ?set It in A-I condition you. that no student can be ex- "Let's do It!"

@ Ith i I la In cheap your at children.any price! Good It Is and A disease.telephone" call to 174 will 1'--- : School Monday
For Opening
lily Darbv's Ready Is t .
POOr economy to do with start deliveries at once. I School Time Haircut Time I

I.I A&P P Noted For Good FoodMothers "".'e are Bradford ready to County serve with the ; canned"We foods.handle Most Monarch of our people Brand of meats.fillings cold from Sandwiches cuts day and to ready with day varying cooked Intlcea The expects Three to Friends be a very BarberShop busy and, receive all that extra Is necessary special attention to do

-. people of and today are depending on canned child's Interest In his lunch ao place between now and the open- Is to send them to the Three
who have come to depend on finest fresh, canned : Ing day of school next Monday, Friends Barber Shop, where experienced "
are most par- "They the for fruits and vegetablesthat that he will eat It all and be ableto
r *. best In every obtainable Mor- goods S. The folk barbers know how to f
to young .
the P for the August II.
health & groceries
the A
and phyaell'being : staple and It Is through the day '
M. are out of season carry their looks when hair In order to emphasize '"
of their children line-canned goods, fresh vegetables Darby, manager of A. the hot evening meal without loss ml/ht"/ tor/et/ I cut t
lYe fanned the habit of buying fruits breads and staples gan stated Tuesday vital that reliable brands be pur they are spending the summer their personality to the q,
r of the arby's Store We have handled the energy. but when school
chased. months at bent advantage.
grocery proud very
supplies from us," and .we are very opening Monday"dfredty ) Darby'a Store la one of the \
N. rrevatt. "Wltb schools Monarch line for year becausemost bells start to ring they begin It you are not In the habit of
Important In
manager of the fact "It Is established food stores
A P school be continued all the precious vitamins oldest thinking about bow they will appear ending your child to the Three
Store to see their children and still does Its
said this glad
week.organization Bradford County
always give
"I am mothers are retained In the friend do this a
The sight that meals and callorles I to the other young Friends Barber Shop so t
behind great A &: P open. It l Is an Inspiring"And I am wholesome. well04rounded A. canning process without loss of extensive business on the built with whom they may be associ week. You will be delighted with d
day. have
r everything sold !ta Mr. Prevatt stated. two or three times a i. flavor." Mr Darby continued. lent reputation they ated. result-W, B. (Bill) Mundy.
store place
he of the prominent and well-being here through the many long .'l''l'tbl
glad health up
t this continued "and also In keepingour his nutrition "Those parents who give and faithful Mothers In this vicinity long the genial proprietor of the Three ,
reason & P Store plays dependent upon take to of satisfactory
mothers have the A children cold lunches to year when want Friends Barber Shop guaranteesthat.
do that they
that In good can "You can't wrong !If ago learned
youngster go
they youngsters I no occasionally service.
fine and
lIeolute! can depend on ao that school If he I. school will be wise to their cb'ldren to look their best, .
5Le55e Purity and whole- health and fine spirits In his best work In look over our extensive stock you ro to Darby'a.
best work fed.
food PUrchased over they can do their improperly or
ounter,. the classroom." e.

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; ,j No One Can Doubt Where InterestsOf C. OF C. REVIVED Heilbronn Teacher Brooker Revival ""'fMi -- f'

ur 1 itiS a, The Bradford Telegraph Lean
County United States Lies FRIDAY. NIGHT Dies In JacksonvilleMrs. Starts Sunday The

,. J..tabIlHhec1'; 1877 England, alone, resolute and determined (Continued( from Page One) to'4t '
Luvertla Shepherd, 62. of For th&'second successive-" year, XSSfSU#
with its forces scattered all the for a
over the best of their ability'
k Frl lan and Entered iw'se. *- the Brook Baptist church will 1'1'
published Weekly on month Etarke: and for several years a will Frances
globe, faces the triumphant arms of the compensation of $150 per bef led in revival services be Interested IItt
by the
Office at Flu. .
It. .I: sod (.Cluo MatU-r at the Post Starke. I teacher at the. Hellbronn Springs the ((0 kl.
....._ u. __ .- German Reich, Italy and the conscripted resources together. Rev A. E. Llghtfoot. pastor of family mOVed ((0 .
chaIrman Joa. E.; In Jacksonville Tuesday trot
The appointed school died a the Starke church. The meetingwill Where AIr
:; MEMBER *- / of Europe. Wilson, C. H, Naaworthy. and M. I be manager ot lfill/1/ '
hospital at 11:30: P. Sunday start on Sunday: night, Au I..i\'e Oak'
Mw RIDAPRESSASSOCIAAfQNy With the fall of France, and the smaller Charles Darby to a committee to following an Illness of several gust 4th with the pastor, the merchantile, tore, "The,I"
find suitable housing for the Depiutment
European nations either crushed or offices. weeks. She was a native of Rev O> E. McGauley preaching came here 3tore" The Iiw
J. Chamber of Commerce (Wo
) r ..t :>..,_ 3 otwa.4 ;)lallila under the heel of Hitler, the situation of The two secretaries were Instructed Kentucky and a member of the gin and'on the MondaY.llght.visiting: preacher will be- ago from Mayo and one'blll/\/

L L. Matthews' __.____ Editor and Owner the British Empire grows more precariousevery to begin a membershipdrive Baptist Church. Funeral services Among other! announcements has been manager and Of Mr. Ib:'
ander the
e Monday and make reportsto and burial In Bard. and
was l Company
hour. for the services are those for ISlnce that ,to"
a board meeting tonight. time
Sturdy Spirit Of Patriots well Kentucky. i Wednesday night, which will be"Sta.rke been Ar lfaltltl,
The despite its
one great unpre-
power Are" Donated
., Recalled By Secretary Hull Quarter Survivors are: one son, John Night" and all membersof merchandising with dry
paredness, which could save England and Quarters to house the new nearly
a W. Shepherd of Jacksonville and the Starke church are invited all bi
Harvard University students and fac- the integrity of the European democracies, Chamber of Commerce were furnished two brothers, A. C. Jones of Cunningham to be present for worship and fel Services

I.; jty members wtre reminded by Secretary including the other small countries of that R. A. Green.Monday Mr,by Green Congressman gave the Ky, and L, B. Jones lowship. On Friday night; the At Kingslt
Cordell Hull recently that of Bardwell Ky. drama of "Ahab and There will be
: of State a group
billions of dollars Chamber office Jezebel"I IlerviCet
and itself space
'i' save generous will be presented ,In a Kingsley Luke II i
;; of Americans staked their lives, their fortunes and thousands upon thousands of its man- In his own private office on Call Mrs. Shepherd has been connected titled "The Pay-Off." .On Sat Church Sunday MIsSionary
and their sacred honor to found this Street near Court Street, complete with the public schools of momlne
I nlng at 11
urday night a sermon will be
is the United States. Yet largely due O'clock,
power with much of the necessary Florida for the past 16 years. Clerk J. L. S''
nation, and that citizens today must be pre- preached on the subject,, "Five announced
to the lack of vision, or to fear, or for the desks typewriters and other .Minutes After You members yeatel'd11
Are Dead. are
pared to follow their example if they expect I equipment. These quarters are, I I expected to lit
Big Corn StalkR. eat
sake of personal gain or expediency on the A large crowd attended services and everyone
to continue as a strong free nation. at present temporary. on Saturday night of the to the services, Ia Welc
,,1 part of many of her leaders, the United i A. Nettles, farmer living 2 meeting
y have the forces Thing" The Chamber TVill Do last year, and a larger gatheringwill
before in
Never history
States, for the moment at least, sits poisedon Among the duties the miles east of Starke on the Editor
many want to hear this vital. Interesting Made J
-: 1 of tyranny "flung so powerful a challenge the fatal point of indecision.No Chamber of Commerce will assume Kingsley Lake road brought in a and altogether Bibical Cor

,'' to freedom and civilized progress as they (which will be carried on 10 foot high corn stalk with seven message of Interest to all. E, L,, Matthews, Editor
wonder the dictators berate demo 0
I he said. "Never before actively by the two secretaries) ears of corn to the Telegraph [Telegraph, was among ,
are flinging today, II Other subjects to be discussedin the '
cracies for their alleged slothfulness and indecision are: conducting an employment Tuesday! This is an unusually men selected as Corpora
4? has there been need the revival as now. planned final to
a more desperate that Starke gets, fine stalk but Is only represen week of
where even their own best interests agency; seeing will I training at Ih
% for men and nations who love freedom and extensive publicity In newspapers; tative of his corn crop this year, Greatest Ex- McPherson C M. T C'hi
i at stake. I t perience a Soul Can Have" U
are "Be
Mr. Nettles He the seed ,
says got attending
available livIng ;
cherish the tenets of modern civilization maintain a file on The Camp
What have we at stake in the present quarters; answer all Inquiries,I from the University of Florida Sure" Your Sins Will Find You for bualness and profeSSional

to gather into an unconquerable defensive crisis? In those spiritual or incorporeal concerning Starke and Bradford.. Experiment Station and adds:. "'! Out. |I from eight aouthernLOOK statet

force every element of their spiritual and County; collection of Chamber I I get quite a bit of valuable Information -
values, we have the most precious heritage dues conduct a general from the Experiment fM.mms9iT..t. ;;"_._: ." ,ii j
material resources, every ounce of their monthly; t
conceivable, the traditions of more than a Information bureau; continuallymake ) Station free I will be glad to ( HOW HE'S
moral and physical strength. pass on the information, Farmers ALL PUFFED UP OVER
thousand years of English history. The efforts to attract new ]

Recalling those patriots of an earlier very substance and foundation of western capital and Industry to Starke; ought this valuable to take service.more advantage" of :TDADDY: ) |" ; WHAT HE SAVED AT THE ANNUAL
strive to make membership of the
day, Secretary Hull told the Harvard audi-
civilization these traditions embrace bodyof I-
a II
Chamber constantly grow; welcome I
ence that "they risked their all for the cre- rules, opinions discipline, customs, prac- newcomers and Important NOTHK TO' IJKIV FI '1U"NT ; HOLIDAY I ,
ation of a nation in which each citizen would tices, doctrines, achievements, and advance- visitors to Starke;; to boost FOR HHADKOHM fOI'NTYi' MIDSUMMERSALE
Starke and Bradford County; and FI.OHIIIA. IX IHANCKHY.
have-as his inalienable right I s-liberty
ments of our mother country. From thesewe as secretary Evelyn Stephens so Virginia 8 Hartman

,under the law, equality of opportunity, free derived the Magna Carta, parliamentary aptly phrased It, "be a clearinghouse -vs-Plaintiff 2.- ,o OF GOODYEAR

dom of thought and of conscience." In the procedure, constitutional government, and for anything and every Ralph R.Def..ndant.Hartman. TIRES !

century and a half of turbulant times that thing." IN THE NAME OF THE STATE''
those OF
principles of liberty and freedom pro- 68 Joined flydneMday I FLORIDA OREETUNUS:
has elapsed since this country was founded, TO: Ralph R. Ha"Wnan, whose
vided in the Bill of Rights. Speak as one Up until yesterday 58 Starke hint known addrenn, lc'Gen..ral De- 4

the United States has'grown in size; and may of tradition, the very meaning of our business and professional men livery.You. Carthage are hereby, North.required.Carolina to ap-, b # rw ,u. 4

power beyond the greatest dreams of those had taken membership in the pear to the bill of complaint t
words and acts from the cradle to the filed herein
against you on or before -
Chamber of Commerce, the two '
early patriots he said."l:" Monday the 2nd day of .vwy
Sep ; ,
grave, find their interpretation in tradition.: secretaries reported, Mrs. Ste-I tember, A.- D. 1940.

While calling for the creation of mater- Forget, then, the inanity, cupidity, and phens stated that the response order It In be further published ordered In the that Bradford thin te' lY
ial needs for defense he stated that this and Interest! is excellent and that
gross negligence of the Chamberlains. Can (County Telegraph a newspaper
practically no direct turn-downs published In Bald County of Bradford 34'
was not enough to guarantee the perpetuation the United States afford to let the founda- have been experienced. "We ex- confidently, once weeks.eiuh. week fur four

of the American form of government. tion of its civilization, its mother country, pect to finish up the, membershipdrive 'HUH WITNESS I thin my hand nnd official GOODYEAR I I I I
day of July A. D. TIRE
More important was a faith in our way of be destroyed by Hitler, Stalin, and Mus- today and tomorrow she 1940
said. It Is hoped to have over (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas,
life-in the ideals of freedom for which (
solini? 100 .('Ierk Circuit Court
memberships at the conclu-
.4t August 2, 9, 16, 23.
earlier generations fought and died. "Un- Let us consider the material values to sion of the drive.. A greet guaranteed value 4

precedented effort and heavy sacrifices will Those joining the Chamber of 't
be conserved by the success at arms of the gas en Ml again at
be required of us as the price of preserving British Commerce through Wednejflay Include NO'rl'R TO l>RFKMf\NT 1
Empire. ((1)) According to estimatesof
: Fred F Stump, Mrs. Eva IN THIS CIHtllT Ollir OF THE thM startling tow priced_
for ourselves and for our posterity, the kind the Department of Commerce, American Fernandez T K. McClane Jr.. AINU KK.IITII FOIl JI'IMtlAI.811"1J"011l'' IIU''I'r( I'V! // \

of America that has been fostered and preserved investments in that part of Europe which L. B. Alvarez, Canova's Pharmacy Kenneth Fl.Oltlll hails.. I!*, 111.t.KI Y."OII'1'Y. M aa
Furniture .Salvage Exchange, i
for us by the vigilance, courage and is,now or will be dominated by Hitler total Plaintiff '
W A. Bessent. Jr,,,Three.Friends GOODYEAR NjiMf: '
sacrifice of those who preceded us." more, than $1,250,000,000. These invest-' Barber Shop, Dr;.. MjjtB. Herlong l\fallr.Va'Defendant; Haaften Halle, ALL-AMERICAN '

The Secretary of State answered isolationist The Star Storey Stern's i.v THE f
ments cover a wide range of activities in Garage NAME: OF THE STATE
critics of the present administra- Belgium Holland N Sternberg Barksdale's Store TO FLORIDA: Mable Van CREETINO8 Haaften : TIRE,
Italy, Norway, Rumania, Bryant's Cafe, Tuck' Cafe Wil- whose hint Known Halle,
addrexti 111
tion's foreign policy when he said: "Our Bulgaria Spain, Sweden Switzerland, Po- son Realty Corp., A./:M, Darby's Iowa. NOW, ONLY y '

American history has not been achieved in land, Denmark, Germany Austria, Czecho- J. M. Alvarez' Store, Carl Johns I You to are the hereby bill required of complaint to appear f

isolation from the rest of mankind there Dr. W. E Middleton Orange filed herein afralpxt you on or before -
I Ia
; slovakia and other
countries of Europe. Blossom Cafe, Dr J.: W. Brown- ,, Monday, September 2nd, A, O .
is"no more dangerous folly than to think Under the socialistic regime of the totalita- lee, N N, Prevatt, Van H. Priest 1840.It In further ordered that. this r; wk 2. :

,; that its achievements can be preserved in rian powers what will become of these investments Co, Western Auto Store Brad County order be Telegraph published In a the Bradford $5,1! 9

s. isolation." lIe pointed out that American ? I ford County Telegraph, Tip Top published In Maid County newspaper of Brad
Grocery. Ritz Theatre, Mayes'iRadio ford, once each week for four
progress has been a part of a world-wide (,IconHpcutlve weeka. .
((2)) The annual sales of American pro- Service Benny's Grocery 'I WITNESS official

movement which has allowed the human' ductswithin the area likely'to be dominatedby N D. Wainwright Jr, Dad Pen- 'Beal 104O thlit Jim day of July A. 1>, s

mind and spirit to unfold i in new vistas of the rising Germanica, total der, Dr. L. H. Jennings, Edward (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas, $685 $615
some $3- Burns Courthouse Lunch Room, Clerk Circuit Court
:freedom 000000000. The largest single purchaser|! Gem Lunch Room. Sistrunk'a I I 41 August 2, 9, 16, 2T: tOO-18 S.25-17or
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in concluding, tie asked each individual of these products is England. If it becomesa Feed and Seed Store. Kozy Kor- ... SIZE 5.50.17SIZE

to search his mind and heart for any sign subject nation, Hitler will very largely I ner Restaurant Gardenia Tourist GenA prim with your M fin
Home, H. C. Wall Insurance
of unreasoning fear, narrow self-interest, control its economic life. Under *
Hitler's Agency, W. M. Edwards Lella's LIVE EASY-PAY TERMS
cynicism of complacency-signs he believes plan for a restricted or cartel system of Beauty Salon .M ude'8 Lunch I OAK

point to fatal weakness, because they im- trade relations, a large part of our business Room. Carpenter's Drug Store USE YOUR CREDIT

pair the determination ,and strength of within the controlled of Houston's Service Station, County I FLORIDA'S BIGGEST,
areas Europe, witha Judge E. K. Ferryman C. E,
spirit necessary if democracy is to prevail. population of 400,000,000, will be lost. Johns. Alexander &: Company BEST GOOD'EAR'S FAMOUSMARATHON

Confident that the American public can and ((3)) Because of favored tariff relations DeWitt C. Jones, ,Kenneth W. TIRE
will meet the of this Baber. Marguerite's Shoppe, Flor-
black hour
emergency with Great TOBACCOMARKET
American interests have ida Bank at Starke, Sheriff A. 0
in history, he told, his listeners he was cer- millions of dollars invested in Canada in the Andreu, Clar-Jean Shoppe Starke

tain that "however great the hardships and form of branch establishments. The trade Coca-Cola Bottling Company J.

the trials which loom ahead, our Americawill based these L. Peek Hart Furniture Company Hunt to outperform tint
on investments
will be
affectedby and P. M. Barefoot.
endure and the Is Known Far and Rid by chain mores
cause. of human freedom a crushed England to the same extentas New members of the Chamberof Wide, other tires. In Its price d_
will triumph." those in the United States. Commerce will be listed In Because, on Official Rec-
O next week's Telegraph.Mrs. ords ItGETS BUY 2 BUY 4
outlet for
Canadian agricultural .
Trojan Horses In Towns pro- Stephens, for several AT THESE 1940
ducts which in years of
are now competition with secretary the Lawton
Public Should Be On Guard ours, will be largely effected. This would (Oklahoma) Chamber 0 t. Commerce YOU I. "LASTCHANCE"PRICES

Federal, State and local officials have have repercussion in the United urges anyone desiring
States. membership In the Chamber that a' NOW ONLY
found disloyal groups organizations and ((4)) Our larger trade relations with: Is accidentally overlooked In the HIGH $$ u

agents of foreign Governments in localities South America will be destroyed or drive to call by or notify the
that believed greatly j Chamber of Commerce office OPENS TO RECEIVE
were to be as free from sus- curtailed by a German victory. This is ob-
picion as Caesar's wife, on her own front vious. The Reich system of trade agree- McGauley New Teacher FIRST BALE--AUG.- -8 S&99

porch. When Congressman Dies first began ments forces nations to buy their goods, G. E, :McCauley, former princi- '

to tell the country about spies and ene- thus cutting off all trade agreements with pal of Brooker junior,high school .

mies, cries of remonstance arose against other countries. at receive Hellbronn appointment as teacher I 2 SETS BUYERS SI.

him, but he has convinced everyone that ((5)) If the British Empire falls and its which will open school Monday this for week the With All Major Companies, Including 5.25-17 6.00-18 or S.SO-17 J 8.90 8.35

there are Nazis Fascists and 1940-41 term Mr. the Export Trade
fleet is McGauley 1UO
destroyed or comes under German. replaces Represented 8.25-18 or 6.50-1
moving around where they might least be control, the effect of the Monroe Doctrinewill who died Mrs.Sunday Luvertia In Shepherd at All Sales 5.25-18 or 5.50-18 8.15

expected to be found. So it a Jackson- Cash with eld lilt
behooves every be greatly weakened The British ville hospital. :Mr. McGauley and your

locality to conduct' its own careful survey navy, by being the first line of defense of was family will reside In Starke It 7 WAREHOUSES PRICED OTHER IN PROPORTION SIZES

to discover the differences between honest that doctrine has saved the United States learned. With the Same 4 Groups of .Experienced White ikUwalli tlighll/higher

persons, with sound opinions about war conditions hundreds of millions of dollars in defense I* TRWI(7R(TO"IIT IJ"<'Ollll'r F""D''T l>' AM as in 1939, Again Competing Operators
and the objects of other persons measures alone. FOB HH tl>f.011.> COI'NTV. Tobacco Ready to Move
FI.OKIII* I* ( Faster Than
who may be disloyal to the Government of Bernard I.. Fletcher Point Any TIff
((6)) The defeat of England will mean Plaintiff Within 90 Miles. Every Coody'
the United States. 'vs.Bethelda m writtrti
the expenditure of billions of dollars in de- J. Fletcher,

o fense of that doctrine, and very likely war IN THE Defendant.NAME OF THE STATE Now, for First Time I I I'r LIFETIMEGUARANTEE
Oa Barking And Biting OF FLORIDA .. .
with Germanica for the () : ( fetter Grading .
possessions of the TO" Bcthcld* J. and Dally
The Florida; press has been lane known Fletcher. whose | Market Report Service TIRES '
doing a lot defeated European nations in the Western William. Street. Culpeper.i> la i Tft.y make goad

of barking about this preparedness business Hemisphere if not for the markets of South pear You to are the hereby bill required of' .I'I lowcoste.t .,NI9MruuE. W. dot

but very little biting. However, at least two American countries. fore herein afraln you on complaint Sell
Monday, the 2nd rSep. Your
editors have swung into action. Editor John With the destruction tember, A. D, 1940. day of
of the
one Euro- It {U further
Kilgore, brilliant commentator of the Tallahassee nation order be published ordered In the that thin
pean embracing the ideals Bradford
of west- Telegraph Leaf Register Motor
publleded at
papers, and young, graying Eugene ern civilization with America isolated in ford, once In ald County. nr Brad
Matthews of the Starke Telegraph left their the economic conxerutlve. week each week_ for four
war with a Europe dominated
'( shops to go to the Civilian deal WITNESS my hand and official Live OakA Madison and Walnut Street
I 1: Military TrainI I by the German system, can there be any 1MO thle Un day of July. A. It. I

,I, lag Camp in Atlanta.-Ocala Banner. I question where ouf first line of defense lies? I Clerk OFFICIAL Circuit SEAL Court.) A. J. Thomas, CUIMBtB( SfWAVNEE; COUNTY JfMOK Phone 103 Starke florid

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