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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 The Home Off The Sweetest Strawberries Tills Side of lIeal'efl d; I Ig : (:

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Rally 'Round The Flag, Boys 'Pace Buildings A Very, Very PenaltiesFor

Moving Talei Heavy 'Merchants Enjoy.'' .


i I moving-tM-t little -
On Call Street very FailureTo
story uf the trluN and l ltrllmlittionn
i o f bliss. KuthIwn Big Saturday

Hall, proprietor of t'mSeiii
Bring $15,000Choice ( Lunch Koom. Hut it RegisterAll

( Rivet ii rough/ Idea of the nay Many Merchants Give New Deal Large

Business Prop- around thiiiKt are Starke rapidly theneil.ij changing*. Men 21-36 Must Amount Of Credit For Impro'emellt -

i t'rty Changes Hands; Three week ago !MNn Hull I Appear At SchoolHouses Since 1932 ;: tv

Owner Unannounced arched notice that Mho iiiuntvacate WednesdayOf
her location to make Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock Walter Mc-

Biggest/ real estate deal to nay for the City llurberS'nop. I course you could go to jail I i Fashion, colored bootblack employed by the Three
I emerge thus far from Starke's which was making I way for five years or pay n maximum
Boom-40 broke this week when for Cunovu's Pharmacy, which fine of $10,000, but If you're a I Friends Barber Shop, gave chase down Call Street

half a block' 'of choice business vvu* fXlt..ndJnK.11L: Hull ( man between the ages of 21 and to a departing laundry truck. "Hey Stop !" hei ,;

property, comprising six Cull moved into a vacancy next i36, chances are you'll prefer to i panted br.eathlessly.uBusincsR has busted loose !
Street store building belongingto door lo IK-nmurk'n furniture !! register next Wednesday for selective -
r Chas {o'. Pace estate old for ('0. military training rather:jVVe'se outta everything! Gotta have a' coupla hundred ,

t' 15000. After staying there aI than run the risk of severe penalties !* towels Sho is a good thing I caught youj"fore

4 fri 'L a } Name of the buyer remaineda I couple o f dttj'it. Sties> > Hall Imposed by law on those 'you got outta town !"
i mystery. Realtor F, C. HollInKsI -i again i-ecelvt*! notice lo move, who attempt to escape the draft M
I Iwoith. who handled the deal statIng I j UH the building hud been M, F. Brown chairman of registration -I Walter's predicament was symbolic. What was {

i he waft not at liberty to diet j l..u..1 to another concern.I I In this county has asked taking place in the Three Friends Barber Shop

,mow ( close identity of the new owner. I This time she took refuge In prospective draftees to familiarize I in less in ''
I was taking place more or degree practically -
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It was I ('onlca't. Green's buildIng themselves with the Information
bought as an Investmentfor
I an expected quick turnover, 1! at the sonthenKt corner which will be required Wt'dneMi i very business house in town. Here, at the

c rw" he stated of Call and Court. Hut not day In order that the process I end of the first week in October, when retail trade '
I for Ionic! may be speeded' as much
up an I i'
| The property Involved comprises is customarily anything BUT rushing, Starke
This week< she received no possible. Those who register will
the buildings. now housingCarpenter's merchants were enjoying their best Saturday since strawberry t'cr
tic. that the building was be asked the following questions:
Drug Store, the Clar- I I Extra clerks drafted and i Gl' (
I Jean (wing lorn down to allow First middle and last name; season. were hastily some
Shoppe, Leila's 1
to Beauty
1 Salon, Benny's Grocery, the Three ,, con"i met Ion of a new MoreIn address town, county, and state; places] remained open until 11 o'clock before they could

J Friends Barber Shop, and Ed- It* pluoe. Parking up for telephone number, or where may close their doors. 4t.
wards Meat Market the third time In three weeks be reached by telephone; age Inyears It was the first opportunity that many of the thous-

p : I Miss Hull moved) In the place and date of birth; placeof ands of laborers now employed] on the Camp handing pro-

formerly occupied b y the birth, (town or county) ; country ject hail had to spend their Friday, payroll checks. With J) ''
Chamber of Commerce, Which
School To Charge I moved Into )r. HerlonK'a! of who citizenship will .always; name know of regis person '' local and imported labor eagerly seizing the opportunity to ; !

smart to be patriotic, the fashion advertisements nay. building/ on Temple Avenue.'! trant's address, address. of that make some REAL money (bricklayers drawing $1'.50 an ply

should make Betty Strlngrfellow (beautiful, blonde, B. H., UotMMi't, It Mlmost- move you person and his relationship- to hour, $2.00 overtime, $3 an hour for Sundays) money was

very smelt girl. Her sweater Is knitted in a pattern of I Tuition FeeOut I to tears? .registrant; employer's name and flying fast and loose.Bnthusiustic ,,
Miss Hall hopes her moving place of business. or employment. in spite of themselves, Starke merchants ,
and stripes, and the colors are red white, and blue. It
Of State Students days are' over hut "h t'wouldn't I A state-wldo!! school holiday has talked] freely about Boom40. Mrs. Gertrude Williams,
It I be a pleasure for any young man to take a year of mill.
bet It.
any'money on been declared_ and. registration joint proprietor with her husband ,of the Magnolia lIotel,
to make the safe for like Must no
training country girls Betty. Pay-Great
Will ..
take at various schoolhouses
place
tae ma Into ln4 to r *A n the that s
there are millions like her (well maybe not QUITE as Influx: Expected I throughout Bradford -she wouldn't-: believe; the boom un ;' "M '

jl, alt over the country, boys. (Sweater by courtesy Mar- I 2 New,Buildings County from 7am. until 9 p. Permits tile she saw It. Early this "
2 Week's
(tea Shoppe), The School Board, faced with m. Teachers will assist In the she cast aside her skepticism week:;

I the expense of a large Influx of work.Men aald, "I believe It now!" The Magnolia Ii\; \;

out-of-state children Into the Under WayHome living In Precinct No 1 la adding extra rooms ,
"You Hungry People"he I county schools, aa a result ofi I will register at the Lawtey schoolhouse Total $14,775 W. H Hart, manager of the ,"t .

i i Camp Blanding./ approved a motion 'ten ; Those in Nos. :2 and 3, at Hart Furniture Co., received a !i''s ,

at the meeting here- Monday- Of Cent the Starke school house; No. .4, 1 Knight Will Add shipment of beds one of whichhe i, :!j
'i charging a tuition-fee. The feeL Store Started-Old Graham school house; No 0, Intended to place In his own ", ,
ironical part of it came when one of the I'L IK to take effect us of the first Office Demolished Hampton school house; No.Thereasa e, Rooms To Hotel home. By the next day he had r't

ers glanced at the crowd of Saturday after- of this month, Is payable In ad-' school house; No.1. And Tourist Home !sold! out and was forced reluc- tfli.'.

sAoppcrs-and addressed; them>.n-"yni hungry I vance, and Is $5 per month for Work began last, week on demolition -i New River school house; No. (9, tantly/ to part with the one he '1,t1 i
: one child. Additional children of he.i nCll' office building Brooker school house I The local building boom gained had ordered for himself !

lie. I : of. the same'purehU' pay $2.SO belonging to R. A. Green on I i'', Sub-chairmen j!ali the places In added Impetus to ....41 tune of"$U- Joe 1 BIJltrunk..,partner and manIII'' ,I, ";'

The inference was' that they not only were each.Dr. ,I I the order named above, are: IB. '775 In the pant two weeks, a ager; of Slatrunks Feed and Seed t i
of Call
the and
W.oJ. Mlddleton southeast corner E. L. Store, that business Iff much
superintendent Cody. Williams C. B says i
fry but that the particular cause of their in- I pointed out Tuesdaythat Court Streets.. In rte place will Roberta M W Morrow W. S, survey of building permit! Issued better than when they, opened up

I discomfort was the man in the White House the tuition fee la on out-of- be erected a 38 foot by 60 foot I Sibley, O. W Andrews, G II. Col- by the city showed Wednesday. here several years ago. The Camp I'ttj'

kn as Franklin D. Roosevelt. state children only and children store building of cement block, lion Largest permit of the two- sales have helped a lot. Recently 1'1' "

coming here from other countiesof construction and metal roof. Mr. All men white and colored, between week period went to D K. Knight' they have had a heavy run on
Veil blow me down !-as Popeye would say. Florida will not have to I their No. 2 glass kerosene '
pay. Green stated that he expects to the ages of 21 and :36 local hotel owner, in the amount lamp ;');
[The amusing anachronism was uttered at aIs I He stated that the parents of out- lease the building which will con- (those. who have not actually' of $6,000 to''add three rooms to shades. In fact they Bold out I'i'.,>;
of-fltute children In Bradford reached their 36th last week, and Monday had about 'I/-/
afternoon tain two stores facing Call birthday on .
meeting" held here Saturday by on
the Starke Hotel and five .
!
County Schools will be sent bills tho day of rooms a dozen calls they were unable to
[Third Term forces in the state of Florida. through the children and that the Street shop.The as. a drug store and barber reghtt r. It la registration estimated )that must 19 to hU home on Madison Street fill.At ''

Bradford Countians who heard the remark, if principals of the schools will very I .. I percent of the state's entire pop The additions to be of "frame the Florida Bank at Starke';'
structure, according to the '
It 'n
likely keep these matters straight. was reported that
stopped to consider its probably I 'building permit obtained from, the ulatlon is subject to registration, construction, composition roof"Col. depositsTuesday : :
[ import, were It was stated that the tuition reached a peak of $420.- <:.
fed to hear themselves referred to as "YOU fee is very fair aa the parents of city by the contractors R. II. Late Knight explained he was not 23 .48-an Increase of $$72,243.19 '"t'""
Mathe" Son of Ocala will cost I Crop Postpones sure when work would be com- ;over the In
'GRY these out-of-atate children usually same day 1930. Business i
PEOPLE. 4000. Previously announced menced the additions but
pay no taxes for support of the i Pecan AuctionBecause on hue been steadily Increasing t 4
act is that of them hadeIr plans Included construction of a stated he was having some timber In the few
[ perhaps fifty percent schools yet it costs just as muchto past week, S. L. fy a
theatre building on this site also, cut. This Isuued
permit was Sep
belts out another notch an hour or so be- teach an out-of-state student of the unusual tardl- Peek, cashier stated. A gain of a' '
and Mr. Green stated that there I tember 30.
as It does a Florida student. ,ness of the 1940 crop, openingdate 21000.00 been made In the s
| to allow for another round of pork Is atlll' a possibility that a theatre
room Miami and other sections of Flor- of the annual pecan auction Two $4,000 permit were Issued past month.
s! ida have been charging such tui- auditorium will be constructed In at the Brodford County State one October 7 to R. A, Green for Paradoxically and thIs Is very

radford the tion fees for many years and the rear of the building with a Farmera" Market here has been construction of a 38 by 60 foot cheering news business for the h''
Countians are eating "higher on passageway between the two building at the corner of DeWitt C.
Jonea
many of the fees are higher than postponed from Tuesday October Court Funeral Home la .
J today than have in the ten stores, similar In style to the and Call Streets and one on "about the "
past 15
they years. those Imposed here. At present. until Tuesday,October 22. The same aa ever ac- ,
Ion: Good crops ; good prices ; Camp Blanding. It was stated by School Board attaches Arcade real estate Theatre can In be Jacksonville obtained and, If I decision was made at a meetingof tember: 26 to Robert G. Green j cording to James Holllngsworth. C
for
Installation of for
there are approximately the market's Advisory Committee machinery manager. However the Jones
Roosevelt did not send the rain and the other details worked out He
19 out-of-state students In Brad Monday night. H dry cleaning' plant In a building -, ambulance service la belntr used ;
nth and the sunshine, but even the most biasedc ford County Schools, but this added that It was not absolutely Market Manager J, L. Gentry owned by R. A. Green. at Camp Blanding to transport '
certain that the new building! a
!must give him credit for having a finger i in figure Is expected to Increase would house a drug store and stated yesterday that- -- everything The Southern Bell Telephoneand I Injured workers and this Item of <1@? '

pies of national defense and agricultural rapidly within the next few I barber shop and several parties II. In r ;'citDer the auction, Telegraph Company obtaineda business has grown ao heavy aa r.
weeks. which permit October 1 for remodelIng to necessitate the addition of a r
la the only one of its kindto '
had contacted him [
stment. During Its meeting the School I lease, on the stores when regarding com- be held In the state of Florida. and altering the Titus Olson I second ambulance car ,UI 'c

n the street here Saturday earnest speakers Board decided to buy the chassis pleted. The response from buyers haa home on Madison Avenue Into a B. R. Wltkovskl. of Alexander
d of the school bus being driven by been very enthusiastic he says, telephone exchange. A bathroomwill If Company'a store here stated d1
listeners to vote for Wendell Willkie for no Lester Slade. on a Lawtey rout I Ten Cent Store Begun and orders for large quantities of also be added. The permitwas that their business has grown so i

al) reason except that they opposed a third The Board already owns the bus The same contractors. R. H. nuts are already coming In. Indications for 60000. I much since I Its establishment hereIn
Mathe Son began work clearIng -
for President Roosevelt. But the words body and as this bUtt Is much are now that a record A permit was Issued to Olin 1935 that they have bad to R;
d longer than one now In operationon the grounds between Bryant'sCafe |number of buyers will be here White September 30 in the (enlarge their quarters and employ f;
like
backs of Brad- and the I a w office of
water from the duck-like seven sales
the crowded L R. Green route for the bidding amount of $175 for constructionof persons on Saturdays :

Countians-well fed, well clothed, and appar- at Brooker, the Slade bUll will be Knight morning.and Congressman Knight Wednesday Green I! Manager Gentry emphasized' a 12 x 36 foot storage warehouse aa against only 2 when they first
well used at Brooker to relieve the the fact I made of corregated tin. opened up Roosevelt and his
pleased with eight of Roosevelt. I that all fees will be paid
this and work has
years owns property New Deal I Is
largely
/congestion.The by the buyer and the growers will The building will be on hla home credited by
As a matter of record the Telegraph feels duty Board certified the results Begun on the construction of a I not be charged for selling their place In the northwest section Alexander'a for the better busi

'9 to report that when the first speaker re- of the New River bond election : large and store ten for cent the store Van II.here I'rlf'stfive located -I(pecans from the platform here. of town./ Work haa not yet be- Jobs ness' and'The that New gives Deal them gave men

nshed the microphone only one man-J. T. and accepted the renlgna-. at present six buildingswest I This season Is the "big year" gun.Canova'. spend" Mr, Wltkovskl moneyto said
tion of Mrs. Joyce Futch of Law- Call Street from the for nuts in Florida, the 1939
acher) the second on new crop "Last week was the best week
Barnes-applauded.
will be effective October
try which Green having been somewhat light It PharmacyWill
ker location. Mr. stated that we've had alnce
and +
finished, there was nothing but grand, or- 18. Mrs Futch teaches the he expected the building to be Is expected that around 1,000,000 aa the payroll berry at season ',
grows U> Camp sl'
ral silence-as the late H. E. Lagergren would fifth School.grade The at Lawtey first semester Junior High endson completed around December 1, i(pounds will and be harvested In this Be Enlarged we expect business to rt f bette t', .
county adjoining area of "
said.
than
and with the L. A, Canova. proprietor of ever he added.'f
the 18th. other counties/ '
The of the second .. begin-I- !New F. S. A. SupervisorIn Canova'a Pharmacy announced The proprietor of the Courthouse r
other either ning
two scheduled speakers were I George Inman will serve In the I Cafe. Joe Noegel. was en- ,
tober 21 Mrs. Helen Jones will yesterday an expansion programfor
'resent or did not choose to face such unmoved teach the fifth grade. a shift of Farm Security I capacity of auctioneer. his business which will takeIn thusiastic. "I am doing four times ,
Administrative advisors last week
dity. as much business now aa I was (
the now being vacatedby '
The Board decided that teacher Joe H. Wilkins who had been' apace t
Roosevelt doing three weeks We can'lwait
DayMayor' ago.
:
the Barber and
Shop
City
Governor first to speak.) need not attend the Districtteachers' stationed here for the past two
Cary Hardee was will give Mr, Cunova a drugstore on all the customers and
: meeting In Gainesville years wan transferred to Palatka, N, D. Wainwright, Jr., I
some walk out
day muchaa
n
awlet every
of Ft. second. They were In approximate dimensions
'd Myers was October 18 and 19 (Friday and and Homer C. Henderson, former baa proclaimed Saturday October "
we to
J Uced l by Dr M. B. Herlong of Starke. I Saturday), and that school would supervisor of the Palatka area,12. to be Roosevelt Day. and theWomen's r of 30xftO feet. Remodeling will additions Mr. Noegel regret gives see the thin present happen.administration t
and
:be held as usual on Friday the 18. was placed In charge here. Thladistrict Democratic Improvements f,
; Organization
share of
a large
I cost In the of $3.000
:"Teacher on their Individual initiative comprises Bradford, Union i Bradford will sell but neighborhood
County
New Store To Open }lot lit was aald. credit for better condition "The
WANTED : / may attend the Saturday and Clay Counties Mr. and Mrs. tons for the purpose of raising. New. Deal haa turned the r
It? girl' '* Or young women Mrs. Beulah O Ivey and S. 0.1 jseMion'' If they wish. Henderson are occupying the' money for the party campaign New flourescent lighting will loose Instead of hording It.money" he ,
'II bottle/ Coca-Cola at Weaver of Gainesville have leased Permission was granted the B. home on Lafayette Avenue for fund. The public Is asked to ,give the Interior of the new storea said "The new Camp going t"
upon
P' B'' ndlng next Wednes- the A. H. Johns stoie building on H. S Tornadoes football team to I merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. 'give as' generously aa possible modern appearance and fix- Kingsley Lake furnishes a
during draft Parby's Store use a county-owned bus to attend Wilkins. when a button urea will be carried out In pastel
wrtatrutolu"iwrienoe | Call Street opposite i purchasing or tag. large share of our business."
I I In making and this week the building Is receiving out-of-town game In which I I I shades A luncheonette will be Adolph Gay proprietor of Cay'sService
Ss repairs. alterations they participate. I AwayCounty Installed and present table andhairs
neresaary. Apply la extensive County Agent Registration Rooks _station claimed the NewDeal'
e or will be replaced with modern -
Weaver
In writing to the and remodeling. Mr. I I national defense program I ift
t'a'a'Colu nottUnlit Co? stated they were planning to open Bank To He ClosedThe Agent T: K. McClane Supervisor of Registration N. booths; Mr. Canova aald. la largely responsible for his business i
a..r than noon Monday. an office supply store In the Jr., will be absent from his office D. Wainwright announces Chat The front of the building will Increasing 40 percent In the (

Wn. brlp "do your part" building within the next 30 days Florida Bank at Starke next week attending the annual Bradford County registration be) Improved and a new asphalt past few weeks. "I have bad to
!ing Coea-Colas to the and magazines, stationery papers will not be open for business this conference of county agents books will close tomorrow (Satur tile floor will be laid. hire an extra man. he said "and

-"hI o' 111 register on that cameras and a full line of sun Saturday, Columbus Day a n dFarmers' In Gainesville.. Hla office In the day), Last chance' to register It Is expected that work will Just between you and me, this fiiIn".
11.\0: for the day. dries and novelties will be Day. a Legal Holiday court house will remain open. In will be In his. office In the court begin next week Mr. Canova business la about to work me to
In the State of Florida. charge of Mrs Charles Savage. house. '
tated. Continued
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rAGJI] TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORItlA F1un\\"

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1 ., PM. 'T'O each of said districts
.: OF I severally
dent's Dayton address would be *e of twenty-one yearn, and that NOTI. T\\ 1 KKISenate I and at the folowlnl 'd..lrnal.i, I tor
there Is nerMon In the :ttiate i>f In I n"Xt
Military Draft Explained "non political", and would be ca.r.rlE'd .Florida iiervli no < at a nubpnena"" upon : ( 13 HIM HEREBY No. l llNOTlCfc tllVBN which places election th* following; offlclals \.11'I." ,. L' 71I -

free by three national radio whom would bind the nald Defendants. Perry and Luclle ferry ;I are appointed low> h"ld Ie

I That Lem No. 827,I Iin Special Tax School{ District I ., t,, I'. ht
networks. It will start at 9 p.m.. holders of Tax Cerllfh'at. num- TI,
.
In And Answers IT IS. TH 1 1F.'OnF. OUDKIlRn: the Sixth day of August, i ber 1. aforesaid, at the school house : tho 11"'r
Questions Issued tribute LC'1hnv t'
EST. In I In Theressa. ,,
my with '
that the nald HelenK."yn.kl. A. D. 113*, has filed same Mooro, Clerk .'Iorld. D.V I the sj,,,,.., 1.. >... "

The address. Early said, will be and husband.chrlMlan -name-- -Is office and hal made be "Ipll'atun th..r. i H. Hersey, and tfcott Clyde Hall. "<"'> l tin,...II "'IUol '.1

For the benefit of readers of A--To the greatest extent possible a review--a "straight narrative tu K"yn.kl.Plaintiff who.e unknown be and they for .Haiti tat. deed" ", to embraces I.Hu.d thafollowing : specters. ; Swildl., M'I, .1.a' tho L'1d..t..rI"
,
I redulred to appear" to on 'lt""t. In In Special Tax School District' fxclK ,.1;.. 1' '
The Telegraph below is published the skills which men acquire story on the defense program of Hre hereby property n"I. 1".1.' | \
In the ot ber 2, at the Old "I' 1"1
the bill of complaint. of Bradford, ate !i Masonic In her""t.
a list of questions! and answers In private life will be put to use the United States." Hald caune, wherein fl.. .11.lnlr the Florida County, to-wlt: Il I Hampton .Florida with U. V.Hal frni lecf-n.,, ,"% I he I. .

pertaining: to the compulsory tin the army Each man will neekH to foreclose a I Blk 2 In Wright* (j..hrk. and Lacy Wynn Luther. pools ,1\. -- .
Unlike fireside of 1'.lll',
presidential or before Mondny, I the 4th d v of Lots 0, 7, 8 and Lucien Johns 01 :
military training act and the universal I likely be /given test to determine chats he continued It will be addressed Novemh.r. A. D, HMO otherwlHe, Add, to Hampton 1.101 Hast.The 30 Townshit 'j, W.t.r.on.! In-

draft act. The questions his special quail fica tlonA.I allegation* nf the mild lilll will I ) 7 South. nall" A -
( not only to the people of confessed by the KaldDefendants. assessment the said property ,Iln Special Tal.fchon! DI.lrlet num- Jr'IT 1
and answers contain specific Information I What will be chances taken a" said certificate I.. i ber 4, at Alder- In" a" \' ::
Q-- my this country but to all the 21 I I under the ofV.. K.i I and with Cluy ''" ,IItIOX
I.
name Alderman ., I
many reader desire to for promotion? American republics. IT IS rrilTHBR ORDERED I, sued was In i (n.ln.Clerk and Mr*. Ouy (: :. ,, I r
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that this be publlHhed once,i M.tarr. be'redeemed 1 Ald..rO.n. UI""I''" ," Ar.th. '
know. I A--Good. You will have every It will be one half hour lung a week for Order four conHecutlve w..kl I. ... said accordingto certificate Ilw.IIhal the Mrs.W. O..oroe W. Hill*; Ueorge R 10 IT .IIlqay PI",

Q-Who mimt register for military chance for advancement that a and will be carried by short wave In th. Rradford County T..I.lr"Ph'l( property described therein wil ba' In Special HIl. Tax School District num t.F'Hlr.\TI'RF. : ('\ Dl'n

training? ,I regular army man has. The I to the other 20 American nations a published, newHpaper I In of tceneral llrndford County, sold to the highest the bidder first Monday thacourt ber 7 ,at the home of W A.. Jone., : am.nd"1."t.' That Tht. I

between the the the need In the Western Hemisphere. Florida.DO.NK. house door on 1 and with W. A. Jones as and .. I
A.--AH men ages larger army greater In the month of November Mrs. S. H. Robert Dodd and ton .' o'Uoe I

of 21 and 35: yearn, Inclusive.Q i for officers. Since the speech will be made and ORDERED at of Starke.Oc I 1910 which the4th.. day of November Freddie nold. In.pectora. I Florida;:t ;i''",..P.lll..ly..tltuUon; 01 ot
Int 'j
'' I thin the ,
Florid. day 1940.Ixited I and
-How will trainees be selected Q.-will I have my choice of only four days before the date A. D., 1940 this 14th.. day of September. The'oard of Public Instruc agreedOovern _h. th

? I the branch of the army I enter for registration for military service CC .iH'IAI. tiUAL.) A. .J. Thomas I 190.Inf'FICI.H.! A. J. Thomas. ida.K.tion. of Bradford County Flor t.Ih.J'lorida.. .I..tlr.ald hil' lI,j
SEAL)
A--Each registered man will A-Yes. Every man will be October 16, Mr. Roonevc'* Jiy J. K. Kelly. Deputy Clerk. ( .. Court of Bradford J. I.ewl., A* It* Chairman. h.It h"ld tho"n nut .'1

bo given a number and to choose asked to specify what he desires. will discuss the draft and the 10-4 it 10-2 County Florida. 1-2 4 1-1 Attest(OFFICIAL: SEAL) nfl.r b.r. tho,). Clr.t Cor 11'dor'Ih. "h
I
1
men for training numbers will be Actual assignment will depend reasons for It. Early Bald. W. K. Mlddleton, Kx Offlclo Jecton.t.I'Uon. rallt''I"I
In substance. \OTU-H OF APPl.irATlOV ORI1RK PI"IIMCATIOVIV Secretary of said Board.
Early continued
drawn from a container as In the upon a man's qualifications and FOR T4X HKKIfXenate I 0. .Ol HT. .:HHITI.I'UU"'L 9-27 Bt 2 .I

world war. I I the vacancies to be filled. Not the speech will follow what .the ( Hill %o. "!:I> C'IRC'II''II'I'r. Hn'UFOln 10.2 and ln.I.1 "C Th Sap,

president said to the NOTICE IH HEREBY IIVEN. '. "" : the t"r" OC
recently .OIIU.o.
of ( 01 .
chances I I II.
Q-What are my all can be In the air corps obviously That Oeo. R. Turner holder IVMl>(' % OROKH OF PTHI.ICATIOVIV of Mhal h. .Ix Oflr

being drafted ? I IA I I for example. army chiefs of staff of several I Certificate No. D00( IxHiied the 7th Virginia A. Lee.Complulntant. CIIUT IT (C-OrilT KKillTII by any thl. '"". r..

other American nations when they day of July A. D. 19:10, him fled Jl'lUfltl. ( 'C'lf.T. DHI>..olnl) .
since the
About one In 30 Will recruits their (b unl.ndm.nt
-- Q- serve name In my office and haw C-Ol'.M'Y. M"'T.: OK 'LO.ln. .' ) .

draft law requires registration of year at posts close to home? called on him at the White. House. I' application for a la" deed to beiHHued John-vs-O. Lee IV CIIAMCKItYMadison (." 1-h"l ". ol.ot.d", ., lh

His statement at that time certificateembraces S. P.arlon. I!
was Defendant .
th.r.o" ,
16.500,000( men but permits only A-So far as can be arranged Complalntantvs .' Ih. ,
devoted to a Pan-American theme the following d..rl..d appearlnir by affidavit apep.nd..e tl". an< 1'1"' S
100,000( to be lot training camps a man will be sent to a camp as property In the County I to the bill filed In tha of I hI'
time. i of "One for all and all for one:" ford Stale of "'Iorld. to-wlt: cause that John C. Lee, Kathryn A. O. Pearson .ral .I. ","10".lalur."
t.t anyone I close to his home as po lble. The And that will be true of the rol. s, 6 of Hlk. C. N. J. Jones the defemlunt. therein named a :, Defendant ""I.lratl,, ,,, I
examinations Flmt ,, recruit however will not be allowed Addition to :Starke In SE'4 ofNW' non-resident of the State of Florida I appearing by affidavit ap o./ ''11

Q. If my number la called do to choose the camp where Dayton speech, Early said because /, W of Walnut St.. I.. 28 and a resident of Wnrdensvllle. p..nel.d to the bil filed In the t lun(c) II the O"'n, 0'
6 S. It 22 E. the age above-stated that Kathryn ,
I Mr. Roosevelt "wants the Twp. West Virginia over
I IA
1 automatically enter the army? he will serve.: Camps In Hawaii The axHeHHim-nt of the Hald property ; It IH therefore A. C. ".lrHon. the defendant therein Ih.reup."I"". Ih..In'ondm.a.' .

.-No, you must first puss Panama and other outposts will people of all the nations of this under certificate IM- .t Iw.nly.nn.ordered tlvit years said' nouresletentdefendent a non-resident of the ,'I'I""nl dO'r' 0
hemisphere to know what we are Kited wns l In helh'al.L of A. K.. be and is h.'ely..qlllr..d. State of 1 Florida and a resident nf JUStllL- '.' 'I, on.
In
nr-ny entrance examinations. be filled by men from' those reg Curantsas I 201-09 Fiftieth Avenue .. UI"'m. r
to the 2 Bay.ld. S. .rll, .
t" n'm
the world war about one In every ions. doing and why. I \nl. Maid certificate _"hal. lie riled. appear in Hiua. cause._ wi. ". m.. .,".u New York over the age of .. "":. _: rm. l
Dayton will be the western terminal according to the Monday the Fouith day of NovemberY one years; 'Itl I* therefore ordered an.r tho ; ;; I :; n1943 \
four drafted men was rejected i Q-What hnppena to me at the property: described; i therein will be A. D. 1940, otherwise the that said non-resident defendant anl 1 hl- t

for various rellJlona.Q. |I I end of the year of training? of a trip the president has sold to the hlxheHt bidder at the allegations of suM hil wil be be and Is hereby required to appear el"'I.,1, .1 '1. -u.rI.
planned for late in the week endIng court hoiiHe door on the ftrnt Monday dee"lta"s' to the bill of complaint filed 94 t 'g.n''I.
-WtuLt are the physical requirement taken cnnC..d 1.ld
.
A-You will be relieved from In the month of November, in said cnuse on or before Monday "". 1 .

for training '' active duty and transported home October 12. 1 40. which I the 4th day of November further ordered that thll the Fourth day; of November A. the .11"11" In T.

A--At least :5 feet 4 inches In i Q-Are my responsibilities to 1940. order be published once week D. 1940, otherwise the allegations of t d) Th.I.. "0" J..
Dated this 2nd., day of October, for fr>ur consecutive weeks In the of said bill will be taken as con- t h. ullr.m. I li
US: ,
height; wetxht more than the army ended? Harold WallHonored 1940. Bradford County Telegraph.. a fesHed by said defendant.It elected .n the 'ar

pounds no lung trouble; general A-.No; you will be a member (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Tlioma* newspaper" published In suld County"September Is further ordered that this preceding-. ,. lon.'ol."'"
,
With Office Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ol'd.r be publ.h.d once a we..kfnr r""IH'cl" r \ ,r .
health nnij no incapacitating I I-
good of the enlisted reserve subject County Florida. 10-4 6t 11-J : 19th., 1940. Four weeks In the "".nt of \I"'I'' .rr.

or disfiguring deformities. to call In an emergency declared (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Bradford County TelelrlLph. a JU.II". th.r.)l.In.1,
there other teats to Harold C. Wall formerly of CI..K of Clr.ult' newspaper published /Id I..rm Ih, Ol".or
Q--Are by congress. NOTIfK: OF K1.KCTIOV J. rtieiteyj n cO. and State.ThlH for the balanoe of '1

pass? Continued Training Starke and now chairman of the To the Sheriff of Bradford A. SI.phen. Realty Building, September 19th., 1940. term.S.cton. li.
Florida Industrial Commission County of the State of Florida: Florida Solicitor OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. la
)
A-Yes. The army for Instance Jacksonville, Thomas 4 Tht S,
Q-Could I continue my military Be It Known That I .I. A. S 1011NOTIC'R Clerk Circuit Court. .
for Com
demands a standard degree of In training on the side? was named vice-president of ORAY", Secretary of State the plailtant.:0-- 4 By J. R. Keley. D. C. oa..a and con.ld.r.o

telligence.Q Region VII at the fourth annual State of Florida do hereby drive O. A. Stephens, and JUI'I.dh'on u. ,
A-Yes; by enlisting In the national notice that a OF F.I.F.OTIOV Jacksonville. Florida.y Solicitor In which cui-e 1
-Will a man be exempted if guard. meeting of the Interstate Conference OIKlt \l. KLUCTION An election Is hereby called In for Complalntant. 9-20 1011NOTICK m..h.r ,,f th.a m.o) ,

he works In a vital industry? of Employment Security Wil be helil In Bradford County the following .teM..rl..d Special Tax 4 a quorum fw "
Q-What are chances of '
my next .. County
of Florida on Tu..ad.y School Of bUMlllBBK tl
BI'adfu'd 't t ,
held In last ?
A--Not exempted; deferred. He Agencies Washington In Oie KIECTIO'VWHEREAS 'I ?
getting my Job back when my succeeding Ih. flrnt Monday Florida, to-wlt: ptWtr .*'"' )"''r'MlillStiprenn '
might be passed over in the first week. The seventh region Is November. D 1940, the naltlTuesday In Tax School District Th Legislature of .
year of army duty Is completed ? of beliiar the ____ _.__ _.__ number fipeclnl and bounded 1a9. under the Constitution of 1886 .Iona.bl "h. I .,.
1,
draft but called to the colors A--The law provides that a comprised Florida Georgia; ..1..1.. IHV OK >O\ KMIIK.KFor : as. follows: (1..c'.I.ed State .of "Florida did pass h, < Sd"
Alabama South Carolina. Mississippi the six Joint ". ubj.
:Senator from
later. shall be restored Ilnl. .olutona prol.o.ln"[ I r .rl> W
man to hid
at
previous State of for a of "IInnlnl NOI.th.a.t eorn..rof amendments to the Chlei, lil
and Tennessee. With his 'Iorll. t..rl lu.i' "
Kxcmptlon Croiiml4Q position and pay unless, in .Ix years Jln. 3, I Twp. 7 S. I. : the State of Florida, and the same Ing thi ,'ul'' tb.

Q.- what grounds can a man the cane of a private employer election as vice-president. Mr.Wall For Seven ((7) Presidential Elec and of run Sec.West 22 to of Norlhw..t said Tvtp corner and were aIre..d to the by a vote of three- i I thereof ,11. ittMi lol))1.I

ask that his service be deferred ? becomes a member of tile tors. tfh. m.mbera elected In pluci tir) ""
thence South toSoutheast .
circumstances Range, run
of the house
have so changed as Por one Hepresentntlve .lch ; the votes on I or dlMuhltd
A- .Essential: occupation dependents to muke It executive committee that will Second ,rmitfreHHlona! District corner nf S.c. 33 of said Joint Resolutions were entered ,' tu iln J jument "-I." r.
Impossible or unreasonable of the Stnte of .Florida In theSeventyHi'venth said Twp. and n.ng., th.n..erln upon their respective I '"
physical condition; or a guide; the affairs of the Inter JOl'nal".1 shall In.hid.JlldtCH .
to do West to corner o
HO.Q COIgre.. of tolthw..t with the yean and nay th..reol. \ .|i lbl"
provlnlem of the law which covers -What about my debts while state Conference for the coming the United Stuten.For Sec. 31 of ..hi and and they did lelel'mln. three inuli,;, ",( flj 'J
He hag been associated llovernor of the State of thence run South to that the said be 0
H"nl. elusive
uch groups ai minUters aliens I year. ""I 'ih, chiK
am in the net-vice? line between Aluchua JU't
I Florida. submitted to the nf the .
h"
jnilKIII '
.I.ctnrt itf i icmred
and some government officials. A- -The draft law provides"' that with the Social Security program For Secretary of State of the State and Bradford, C'.unll.l. Florida, State at the .. In Ii" li> 'h. a" .

Agriculture for example In an since its Inception In this State I of Florida. thence run Southeasterly along November 1940. be the JudKlllel 'hltll, (]
a man In service cannot be sued For A (leneral! of the State said boundary line to South line NOW. I, n. A. less I

essential IIccupa I Ion. Local draft ; for non-payment of debt nor can in 1837. Serving as Director of of I.rn..y of l..c. 6 Twp., 8 8. H. 2 l., ORAY, .TH"HEFOnF. of the ImllKhm.such IH'01.':1) ,IKl'l II

boards will decide the l issue In i families be ejected for falling behind the State Unemployment Compensation For Comptroller of the State ofFlorida. th.ne. run easterly along ..c. State of Florida do hereby give A "tai' vstltutlnniil F
:
to Southeast
corner !
notice that
ton lne. a ,
Division from
each case. In rent up to $50 a month July 1937 For Treanurer of the State of S.c. Twp. 8 S. It. 22 E., : .Co>FIU.L E'fCTIO' be 'luotigr,lit "

QWill conscientious objectors nor can Installment collections be until June of last year at which Florida. th.ne. run North to point of will each county In con.llul"'Jalt-bl'oulh' it I oMm\4 I V.\

be dm fled? time he was appointed Chairman 1'01 Superintendent of Public Instruction beginning. Flol'ld. on- Tuesday next succeed rule nr-4
enforced. More specific legislation of the Klate of Flor In Special Tux School District number ing th. first Monday In November municipal ardinamt

A- -They must register and the on this point quite likely will of the Florida Industrial Commission. I ida. 2, described and bounded a* A. D. 1940 the Bald Tuesday being be a dl"K@nt ti" Hie propcJ M I

local draft board will decide the be For CommlsHloner of Alrlculureor follows: theFIFTH ment of a elltlmim liy tl
proposed to congress In a the State of 1)4 Y OF
at BiOVKMBKH
Beginning Northeast corner thereof or the ''liW,
merits of the Individual case. I short time.. His long experience with the I For Two Jumlces of the Supreme of Sec. 9 Twp. 7 S. H. 22 E. andrun I for the ratification or rejection of ordered b> Ihe Jot f

Q-Will married men be exempted What will State and Federal programs ; C.HI.t.. of the State of Florida. westerly along l section lines i the said Joint H.soluton. propos be considered liy Cbl (
Q- For Railroad
? I happen to the qualifies him to his Commissioner of to half section line on north :, ing amendments whereupiin. i islderatliin '.q.l
ably
serve .h.1
draft dodgers? the ttat. .of Florida. line of Sec. 7 Twp. 7 :S. R. 22E. of the state of Florida, vim: I > |
t.o.4.1.
A-At lenst for the time being A-The penalty Is five State and his region in helping For for Fifteenth ., thence run Southerly along,I 1 A JOINT RESOLUTION PropoIng *- Chief JiiHtlcecl I

all married men will be exempted years In formulate the policies of the Senatorial District of the State half section lines through Sec. j,[ the Amendment of Section 2 ( The Chief Junta I
of Florida. \ ..., ...,
tit Ar ls.l. tY h -*
prison or a $10,000 fine. 7 and 18 to South line of '' A from, military training.Q Social Security agencies. For One J..mb..r of the House of 18 Twp. 7 S. It. 22 E. ..l.e. '; Abolishing Adv ;. "Taxation Court admlll.tal.ethe
R.pr..ntaUv.t of the State of run westerly aecdon I for State Purposes.BE I r..p."N
of
Q any unmarried men be alon" dispatch
In..
Millions Of Plants For 'Iorldl. tu half ..'. lne In II I JT RESOLVED BY THE LEO- I Ing coiiHlHtin1" iliTkiim a..
exempted ? For sole Adding Machine and For olnlV Judge. boundary of l.c. 1 Twp. 7 S. ISLATURE OP THE STATE OF not be required" '. tumin

'A-Yes: thone who have family( Growing To Conserve I Typewriter Ribbons at Telegrnpboffice. For Clerk Sheriff.of the Circuit Court. E., .. South along : FLORIDA: Thftt t h t 'following cord of a .-Him auttniruconclusion
halt section lines to boundary amendment to Section 2 of Article )- if fac'' fi'.
dependents, for example i For For County A"M..or of Taxes line b.lw..pn Bradford and Alachua IX of the Constitution of the Mtale. vision and
Q--Can I get Into the army Southeastern Soils Fur County Tax oU.ctor. Count.s. .Florida thencerun I, of Florida relating to taxation 'la'.ln'
IV Tin: C'IIUTI'I' <'01 ItT or TIIKKICHTII Superintendent of Pub- land ad valorem IIIIHcussed
h.a.l.rly along said I aholl.hlnl taxes Ja. "
without waiting to be drafted ? lie I '
.11 MI\I.. C'IHC"I IT .KI n,1 ructon. I for .. ,
Over 80 million For Five county boundary line to west be, and the anil III- 'lpll"l.| <
A- -Yen If you are between the plants are now 'I IK: Ni'tTM OH- n.niimt.AMI I" For Three Members omml".loh.r. line of Sec. 8 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 same l Is hereby agreed to. and fact but in, .'. a

ages of 21 and 35. you can enlist growing on more than 500 acres FOH Mil tllFOIill C'OI VPVIX Board, of Instruction.' E., thence run North to Southwest shall be submitted to the electors vision bet".?ei, Ib.
of land In rillM'KHV For Justice f'ubll. corner of Sec. 31 Twp. 7 of the State at the General Election properly cunmilrriiiishall a '
nursery the of the Peace
for a one-year period of train- Southeast Harry McCarthy, tli In and for S. It. 22 E., thence run easterly of n.prel.ntatlvea In 1940 for ap examln'hi Teco
Justice
Ing. for erosion control purpoues. according MalntlffVII via: following Districts alon" section line.* to Southeast proval or rejection; that l Is say tel pate therel. I' ob',
of Sec. 33 that the said Section 2 of Article 'the J
to I*, n. Scott of the No.1. Twp. 7 S. R. the event
Time. To Ort llciulyQ Bessle M Mcl'"arlhy.I'.flt""t 22 E. thence IX be amended n"
In run norlh.I'IIlon" so a* to read a* unable to u1' *
If Soil Conservation Service In Testimony Whereof I have section lines follows: < s
my number Is called in set hand and to the point Justice longen .t.
charge of this Till.I .Foil niVOHCKointKK h.r..lnln my af Section 2. The shall vice and aul< Jit'
work. b.glnnilg.
L.gl.latur
the druft how much time flx.d Ih. Oreat Seal of the .
will I ,
OK PI iu.i<:vrioSTATK \ provlda for Btifflclent
In with
revenue stead
While of .Florida at Tallahanxee Special Tax School District raising Ilkjfttj.A
it Is difficult to tt.l. num
have conceive 01" KI.OUIKA
to
get my uffalra arranged : Capital, thlH the 15th ber 4. described and bounded to defray the expenses of the
day as
for my year of mlUtary of that many plants the number TO BKSSIIS:: M. McCAKTHYt of August A. O. 1940. follows: State, Including State appropria JOINT ItESOM'Tlfl
training It appearing from the bill of I
for tha benefit of Amend
the uni Ing to
Is small when considered In the (L S.) R. A. GRAY. Beginning at Northeast luna M.UI
AProbubly about ten day l or complaint and affidavit attached corner system of free public schoolsprovided of the COI"IIUI..I'
two weeks. I light of the purpose for which thereto filed In the ithove entitledcautt To A. O.Secretary ANDREtl: of Sheriff State. of N.. 25 Twp. 8 8. R 23 E. and in accordance with Article of Florida latll'
that Bessie McCarthy, then..f..nd..llt 10N. run W..t on .e.th.n lines to tha XII of the and of the I .
Q-.-How much pay will I Ket? they are being grown. Scott says. herein named IH a resident County. 9-6 9t 11-1 easterly shore tan la Fe Lake, State Conslltuton. learn mIHllon..r"UK RFI.'EPI.EUllr.TI.IE

A--Thirty dollars a month. It would take about* :50 years to of a Btnte other than theState thence run southeasterly alonl ing, for .each fiscal year and also I' (. !
plant the Idle of .Florida to.wit: The ntutnof TO U'IO" IT 1 I\V CONCRItVl said shore of Fe a sufficient sum to pay the princ That' j'
Q--How cnn I live on that? farm land In the Maryland ; that her specificplace the south boundary of Bradford .
: !: Nol.. hereby given that on ipal and Intercut of the existing In Article 8 of th 'I"1"UIU
A--Your! board and lodging Southeast If only 80 million of residence, a* .particularlyaM th. day of October. 1940. I County, Florida, thence run debtedness of the State; but after State of Flunila., Ib
In known ti> Plaintiff, In OakCrest. will apply to K. K. easteily along said South December
plants were used for Perryman, bOlnd. 31st. A. D. 1940. no levy County l.onllll..I.i .
this
uniform and equipment are fur purpose J.llu..l.h..yh.nd. I ; that mild. County Judge of Bradford County, ary of Bradford County, "Florida of ad valorem taxes upon real or same Is her.bx .
nished. Army experts estimate each year. Defendant In over the axe nftwentyone "Florida for Final Discharge as to the boundary line between personal property except Intangible amended ar.t.lo

that other actual The greatest number of these yeartt, and that there IN Administrator of the Estate of J. i'lu-v and Bradford Counties, property shall be made ,for any submitted .to th fl<
living expenses no per HO ii In the State nf .Florida W. Andrews, Sr. That my Final Florida thence run Northerly State purpose whatsoever; and Sec State of .'Inrlda" ,I
not Including upending money plants are kudzu. Second largest service nf a mihpoena upon whom Keport has been duly filed with along last aforesaid boundary tion 8 of Article XII be, and the election of R.Pr..tl'

will in number are tree would bind the said Defendant.IT County Jue"e. line to the point of beginning. sama. is repealed.A held In 1941 tat
average not more than $:) seedlings. In In Special Tax hel'eby .I"'
a IS. TIIKHKKOHK.: OUDKUKIV: W. ., Jr., Administrator.OF :School District num. i""Id
month. all a-total of 3D different erosion that the nalil Defendant Bessie M.Mct'arthy ber 7, described and bounded as JOINT R.ESOLUTI&rroposlng J..cton., !.hl
am.ld.d.
to appear to the bill of -
at the Constitution of > That
Florida Section fly-
Adding
duction. Ttx u.n: n..glnnlnl North..a.t corner
tbe 1AThere complaint fll.d'In the said ''
year cau.e.wh..r..ln : Thereto t th< ,
l enateHill Mo. Hkt) Twp. 8 S. II. 22 E., an Additional Section Per In each "it ,
la no law against Besides that more than 600 I the I'lalntlff Keek* to "h. I NOT1CK: IS IIBHKBY thence rUnVeMI along section : mltn" the Creation of a Commis sloner's varieties of plants with lain a divorce, on or before Monday That J. H. holder llVFN. linen to Santa Fe River, thence .. tO Grant Parole law from time < '''
marrlnge.Q erosion- the. 4th dav of November. A.D. FI.hII T.x run I IJ' or Conditional ,"
-.Will there be control possibilities are being .. 1940, olh..rwl.. the alleiralloniinf [ Certificate 49H.! Issued the fh., River Southeasterly to the along Santa tion of Releases or Proba county a. "b' th',q.a
any leaves? the mild' bill will he taken anconfessed day of l.pt..mber A. n. 19:12: hal northerly shore Prl"on. or Person* With be .1..1..1 "
A. Yea tried out Of these about filed office Santa Fe Lake thence Criminal OffenAes. Under Supervision. or* of "lld ounl)
for holidays and Invent 300 by the .. DefendantIT .al. my and ha. run rn r 01
have been .le made application for a tax deed te Southeasterly along the shore place of ""tnr }
IS Kl'itTflttll
. of emergencies at home. collected here In the i thlit Order be OHO.H.I.that b* Issued thereon. Said certificate of :Santa Fe Lak. to the Inter BE. IT nEIOI.VED BY THE officers, "X

Q-.-What will be my routine Southeast An equal number was week for four consecutive. week. a embraces the following described section line with the South 1.FUI lb\TUUI STATE for four yea ., pI.' .

during the year. sent from other section of the In the (Iradford of County Telegraph, ford property, State In of the Florida County I t -fwlrad. E.. thence nf Sec. run 22 Twp.easterly 8 S. along R. 22 0'Section 1. : That the following th.t. tedthl" thi" ,.n.rl'. ,
a newspaper weneral I circulationpubllsheel .
AYou will be assigned to a country to be tried! out under In Bradford Lot 2 of Blk 2. J M. Johns Huh section lines to the Southeast amendment to Article XVI of the 1940. fron the .w.r. tor
Southeastern l'oulty. 1'1,1. niv of NK' of corner of Sec. 24 Twp. 8 8. II the State of Florida trlcts I" ,
NK1Section R.
unit and will lake conditions. ida. 3 E. 22 i t l Ihal 1"'
In :
part all the Twp. 8 S. K. 21 .:., thence run North along relating gnlyc Provision* and fi r "
and OUDRHKP: containing
at
training and maneuvers of that Observational nurseries are located l'ONJ this the 2nd day Ilnrke.1, A.re. more vr lesM. to lon linen to point of beginning..c. : by an additional districts thill'' I.'f, "10

unit. at Chapel Hill. N. C., and Inh.r.l'lo"hla.A. I., 1H40.OFFICIAL. j I assessment of the said property 1. Whether determine the matters: I of Section said to be known as Section 82 and ther.atl' r:>|"' 'I''
"" under the suld said 1 districts shall Article XVI specifically ap four yean ,
Thorsby Ala. ( SKAL: ) A. J. Thomna e.rUfh..I. Is b. ,
Skill npf'olC'nl.lf'd Clerk.Bv sued wns In the. name *. Fan come a single. dl.lrl.t. which single plicable to the creation of a Commission and compel.,.""!' .

-Suppose I have some special When a promising' plant Is discovered J Ft: Kellv. Deputy Clerk.STATK nie :Stewart. : district follows Is ." and bounded authorised to grant parole. Commlss"! 'I' hl"
Unless said : or conditional release* or probation I by law
skill ? seed are sent to these 01' FLOK1DA ) ..rtr.at. .hal be of
) redeemed the l.llnnlnl at prl.on..r. under supervision 1*'
purserles. There a small planting COUNTY OF tIRADFonntI property described therein will he Norlh..a.t S. R. corner 33 E. hereby agreed to and shall be *.ub.mll..d A JOIN"1Ing "

Is made for observation. If the hereby certify that the above soli to the hlKhest bidder at the thence run Tw\. to" Northwest, to th. elector of the Slate Ai i c Iof
,I -. house door th corner of Florid. for ratification or re IX of th< ,11 ,
and fore icolnir IH a true, copy of .I.t on e first Man- Sec. 22 of said. Twp.
need come up and the plant thv Older of Publication day In the month of | and Range thence at the next U.n..ral Election Flol'ld., flt"-
Nov.mb..r1I
orllln..1 |I I l which Is !: to Northeast run North to be held In 1140 follow of ('."al pro"rTa'
kaIj thrives seed are collected and made said file In | U-I. the 4th ""YOI corner of Sec. 9 of a *: t Ion
sent to other my office, this the u"n.n; day of''I November 1940. I said Twp. and Range thence run ."t..ton 32. Th* Legislature may WoT n.'EP
nurseries In other October A. D. Dated this 24th., day of i .westerly along section lines Parole Commission empowered 1F '

y sections of the United States for (OFFICIAL. !': 111.. A. J. tember 1MO.ifiFKICIAL! 1..1. h..1 section line on North line to to grant parole* or conultlonal 1.Fllir.\TtU rhol'
1 HU.1: observation Clerk.By. Th.la. I SEAL) A. .T. Thomas, Sec. 7 of said. releases or probation under Cr
"Fin' Twp.
under different con I J. n. K..ly. Deputy Clerk. "I.rl of,Circuit Court nf Bradford Range, Ihenc. run and nrriclal supervlilon to prisoner or IArtCI. IX >'' i"ld' "

ditions. Eventually: if the plant 10-1 County Florida. 9-27 6t along section line*southerly persons charged with criminal of .>. FJ'SaiIhe "
4 10-3 through fenses i "
IU.J See. 7 and t I i and may nrovld. for the exempt! ...
shows promise as a soll-conscrv- I to South nMec. -- -" hf

D your Brat name .U on* el th* InK plant workers all over the INrun C'IIU'ITr C'UI'IIT OF TIIK: \OTICK FOR OK 'PP'.U"TIO'li thence. 1* run of said Twp. and -lg': qualification the Commission and method member of ,select-and I II from hereby In"ntlo'Am.nd., I..

fcondred KU.iini Jiimi\i. titiciir TX UtF> tion westerly secIll. their term of office tha agreed < "??rVH
moat popular lemlnln. Southeast will be ( lines to length Is
Hill .
supplied with TilltTTM OF FI.OHIIIl !eHSte "> hal section line In which Jle
I' South b. wholly within ted to the
Ant namt en our UL you an lortunata. .- seed for actual field trials r V U tf O n IIHl. >KOItl That SOT 11' : IS HEREBY 13IVEV, 21 K., In. of. 14 Twp. 7 S. R. the .hal tha Florida at th' \\.sl'
I corvrv iv en ,>< .:lit K. O. Duncan holder of Tax half run southerly along dl.cretol to be ,11' I'
Thai .
means you eon have Thirteen new plants valuable K. S. Tlson. Cnmarrled. Certificate No. :3X6 Issued the 2nd. line section line* to boundary A JOINT RESOLUTION ton aftei, >1" SlA"
Propos J
between
for erosion control have been discovered Plaintiff. day flk-d of September A. D. 19'l.t, has Counties Bradford and Alachua I ing an Amendment to Article IX of vember.i'"'' ( ru
.
In Florida
v same my office ,
GENUINE and has Ihe same the .
ENGRAVED Constitution
In this way Mr. Scott Hellen I Kaa-ynekl. and hil.b mt, mal. application for a tax deed to being the Santa Fa Klver. th..n.. "'lor Ida. Relating of the ttat.and of rejection.Said

penaaal....* atattooerr says. These Include four clovers .. Kasynskt. whoi e chrls- embraces Issued thereon.the Said certificate Fe run River Southeasterly to the along Santa I' Flnanc*. by Adding.Thereto an Ad ... h ,l

at Uw IOWMI coat la his or l spedezas. five shrubs two tan name Defendant In t plaintf unknown following County of described of Santa Fe northerly., thence shore ditional Section Authorizing the to-wlt: Th"'
f ratohFt: Brad Lk. run I Legislature) of the State of Florida "Sect lei I "
tory. IS akeet. oad IS grasses one wild bean and a wild l'ORF I.Olll(. OF MORTt'n11 1 Ir..r to-wlt: Southeasterly the north to Allocate and Distribute to the jmpt frol "cl
PI 1 14ft., N 8 by 6rt ft erly easterly ,I Flv I..
notchla. ..valopa*.only pea. STATK >HL'ro E W, E of A adjoining Blk 1 Santa Fe J.k.. Ihor.a the of I( Several Counll. of tha State. Carl'1" the valueto I
Temples Addition Boundary South .. Tax** Now Levied and every we.'. 'id'Ih.

-------------______- HCSBANI TO: IIKLLBN*. _KAZVNSKf, AND lion 24 Township ,to South.Starke Sec Florida, th.nc.Bradford run .Connly.1 I i ollected and to B* Hereafter son who Uidbeen 'h.'
Rang Levied
KA7.YNSKI. *
President To 22 East. along and b the Stata State .a'
Deliver .
WHOSK South Col.cted r
Slop la_el..omIa.our ."400 CHRISTIAN NAl IS TO, The Bradford Boundary of I of Florida. disabled
now PLAINTIFF assessment of the said County, Florida -

1Jae" *( ....TOT.. *<| stan_ry .U Defense AddressThe I appearing from the bill of erty sued under was In the the sold certificate.prop Is Bradford t.eiundary line Count between (Clay to and th* i ioPBJl fcViAT.V.RIS? RESOLVED op THB BY STATE THKLEO-OF fortune The vol.' ..t I.wlh I."
ncf name of lea
complaint affidavit Mr pr.p.
I
attached Florida .ald
lUG box H. Smith. J. thence : t h. d.I.
run
** thereto filed In the above northerly Tha folo.ln.
entitled along last amendment the .an.. ,
I'nless aforesaid .h.I
White House announced cauMe that Hellen K..yn.kl. and said certificate shall be boundary line to point Constitution Artcl. Ih."O', '
of of .
of Flor r..turna .,ota'j'
husband. ... according
to
the latter Kaaynnkl. whone r.d..mt law the he.lnnln. ida, '
part of last relating to the
week that I. described therein 2. taxation and fin to .r. pr'
.hrl.U.n name I to Plaintiff will be shall be I'of
trustee ance, ;
un
by
old of addlnr thereto anaddl 1
to -
President the said
highest
Roosevelt would the bidder .trletona
proposed
deliver defendants herein at the consolidated '1.II.a.
courthouse district. !lonal| { ectlon to be known
ItRADFORD door a* .
COUNTY on the a.n.
a national defense speech: from a nanur. are than reiildente of a State day- In the month of first Mon 3. Tha number of of ton IS of *ald Article IX. l.c. hTIn1f 1'ha'
the mil. ;
.. tax district-
October. 1940
special train at Dayton Ohio. of .Florida which I I. the. 7th da of to be levied .. *; tho Legislature of th* Stata h..L .
FELEGRAPH to-wi: The State nf October, nually for an-i .Horlds .
; 1910. the two ? to allocate and dl.- .
Saturday. October 12. Illnnl.ld: that( as .p..flc place Dated this 30th.. day of .ar. within th* aucce.dln.I Irlbut.! to tho "varal counties of and .tt, I" C,,
,
non 29 Stark. *., Fla. Stephen T. Early White House known to Plaintiff. Is as rtlh 1 40. August *olldated district for the exclusive !j the State, certain excle taxes now ..
1 SS ;
( usa of public I.vl..d and : IffF.H.
OFFICIAL free collected !
Kimball Avenue schools. and *o b* heraafter -
press Thomas. I
I said Chicago.
secretary the Illinois And
LJourt'of'
pre J- ; Clerk that levied
that naM Defendants of circuit Bradford l be said election shall, anil eol.ct.d by th* .
are over the held Slat "40.
County, Florida. t-, lf-4 during I legal hour for of Florida. I agreed Pr GI'
i lection on October to and b .
28th 1940. In ahal .ubmlt..d to th* .S
lector* th* Florida .



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How To Vote Presidential Choice ;

High School Journal It's Easy If You Know-How .c'l


You can't /go wrong If you Just ; '
Thursday. night of last week with remember that the first seven

5IXJOtRN.1L KKIIY., J)( ()Inlt: 11, 1SMO( NI'.MItKK NINE:\ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Edwards of electoral listed on the November
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Starke.
nn 5th General Election ballot are

STAFF Tornadoes I I: Yesterday's Seniors pie, music basketball, swimming attended Several the residents funeral of Vanderbilt of Mrs. Democrats, and the last sewn are
Jack Halle Triumph Over i and picnics Republicans. If you want to vote
hief Adam Tixon nt the Sapp Cemetery
Green I I for Roosevelt you mark the first
Betty Her dislikes. are conceited people
Joella Barry Is now employed near Ralford Saturday after
its Itor Opal Davis Peele Deaf And Dumb 7 To 0 I|i at Bryant's Cafe here at Stnrke.i history! washing dishes andgowlpers I noon. seven.Wlllkle If you you check cast your the lot second with

Its Buddy |i 10:..tell e Mott la working at I Mr. and Mrs Allen Howard and ?
I Isn't it
even. Simple,
,
Sadie Prince The Tornadoes "brought the Maude's Place, also In Starke When she! finishes school' she of Fairbanks visit
t is the first two family were
Peep Grace Green bacon home" again Friday night those boys" Just game keep i Eugene M. Long la employed I I plans to go.to some college. Shehasn't I ing Mr and Mrs. J. H. Manningand / The voter will not find the
Futch of either Franklin Rooseveltor
name
Mack made her mind! yet no
rout when they beat the Florida School spirit and good work, we with the Starke Taxi service. I up family of Vanderbilt Satur
Moody I know will Wendell Willkle actually on the
Melba we don't what college
for the Deaf Dumb and
S Blind have no trouble in I J. W Kelly is now married to day I
ballot President electedIndirectly
Barnes be her.Jnnle's as are
Lillian team 7 to (0 the local lucky enough to have t
on and
gridiron. good of the rest Mr and Mrs. Cecil Sapp
many one of our attractive brunettes.
the Electoral
Crews ambition become through
Iris The only touchdown was made Is to a children of Ocala, and Mrs Bessie
s games.The
He works at '
Camp Blending t t
Marie D. and :by Odell Jones after he made bookkeeper or a stenographer. Sapp of Ralford were visitingMr. College.
al I people In the A, Z. Adklns Jr. Is II'liiI
attendingthe The of the electors will
I Jones names:
1 Ferrol twenty yard run but the remainder not ever stop to :' and Mrs. Ury Reddish and, ,\
Louis Jordan of the boys displayed how hard a Citadel. NANCY MAXINK! DYKES family of this section Sunday afternoon appear on the ballot as follows:
Wilkinson I game Also attending the Citadel are This young lady Informs us Paul Appleyard
Edgar wonderful skill. They are stal'tIng They think It Is nothing at I.
Bill and Johnny Chalker and that she was born on a oold win Frank B. Dowling
wvlal ReportersUond off very good this season step out there and run i A target number of folks from
Jeanette ParkerSEF.IO since they have won their first string of boys, but they' Jimmy Sewell. ter morning In Hazelhurst On. Vanderbilt attended the football Wallace N. Keith "
two games. By the way this Is I taken. When you hit a J. B. Strickland has recently The date happened to be on January game between Bradford and St. John Knight '

the longest winning streak every player It's Just like returned from the CCC Camp In I, 25: 1923. Augustine lust Friday night. Malcolm McClellan

Editorial obtained by B. H. S. I brick wall. So if you California. He Is at home In Maxine Is now five feet four Many folks of this section have Lewis W. Petteway

There was considerable changein play you don't think Is Graham. Inches tall and weighs! one hundred been attending the revival meet- Ray Selden
I TO MKLrs :
: : the playing of Friday and twenty-six pounds. Ings at Pine l.evel.IlOOTSE1'S. Bernard W CoreyH
were veryc night you could have done It. Jewett Fogg Is attending the, .
this well year as patriotic In and that of two weeks ago. The,'I a poor sport to make fun University of Florida. She came to Lake Geneva, S. Courtney

| as class colors, flower, coordination was 100 percent bet-I'player that made It. George Silcox Is working at Florida when she was a year old 1 BEACH Calvin H. Draper '""
heir V
ter. In the game with With plenty of hard the Coca-Cola plant In Staike. and has been living there ever lly Mlvt ifflo: Crawford Roger FloryHoward

Cove Springs, the boys barely!I the Ironing out of the Hazel Thomas is Mrs Resale since. Gibbons
jnrs they choose, red and I Iree came out by the skin of their spots, our boys are going Thomas They are living In this Her first eleven years of school Mr. and, Mrs Lee Johns and A, W, Hill

at least two of those teeth, but last Friday, It was dif a fine account of fair city of Starke where Mr. were In Keystone Heights.; Max. family of Live Oak are visiting Ella R. Miller
It's a pity that I ferent. They not they| !Mr. and Mrs G. R. 'Johns. The first seven are Democratic
only kept remainder of the season Thomas In employed by R, A, ine says she really likes Bradford '
anal) colors don't mean i other team from even scoring, but | He sure and don't *Green High. Well I haven't found Mr and hers E' A, Jenkins elector; the last seven Republican. ,; '

|io some people as they they kept them from even getting! big game tonight. It is | Doris Strickland Is now knownas any one so far that really and Mr. and! Mrs Iturton Rosier'' and ;j'

fere. I anywhere near their own goal town, but don't let a little Mrs. Edwin St. John. truly didn't like It Miss Ruby Silcox:< all of Starke $I\

,otto 'United we stand; posts most of the time. i I like that stop you from Ernest Edwards Is attendingthe Her favorite sports are basket were visiting at the home'of Mr. I HAMPTON

fall has a great The schedule for the remalnder1 I I The time In 8:00: o'clock University of Florida, ball and swimming. and Mrs. J. S. Rosier Sunday lly Alin Ada Mlmuio

g in it, especially deal I of the season will be a great to be in Wlldwood.< Let's Knza Weaver Is now Mrs Ran_ One of the extraordinary things afternoon. I

as noW. The I It deal harder than It has been for I II .sent Starke in a big way! I dolph Hardee. They are livingin about Maxine Is she iloenn't like I Mrs.! J. L. Gnnkins of Jacksonville 'I Mr. King and family and Mr.
hi t right now, more than I Jacksonville I Coca-Colas, Neither does ...heclgat'ettf's spent! the week-vnd herewith Watkins and family, are comfortably -

[need, the fullest coop- I Doshta Smith Is also married to like but that Is under friends! and relatives 1 located In the Silver
| each individual. Many New Students growth of the school and one of Brooker's prominent young standable., Roy Howard of Zepherhllla Is Lane Apartment on Main Street.,
very glad to have them
any,' of us ever thinkin Enter B. H. S.MeetA new friends men, Mr. Artford Brown. Theyare Talk about a "green" stunt! upending" sometime here with his I I J. J. Boyd and family) who

just a short while making their home at Sampson just listen to this When Max- uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs R. have, been operating the Triangle s
[it all cooperate to the Few Of ThemThe F Is for Friendships City ine was a small girl she evidently N, Crawford of this section. Filling Station have purchased

lent, we will be another should cultivate, : Alma Murrhee la now working'I found the green paint and proceeded :ills Inea: Rosier of thin section the J, V Jones residence and are

lose "has been" d !mo- friendships and acquaint- : H is for Remaining fi ( : at the Florida Farm Colony at' to paint herself !green Her Is spending a while In Orlando moving this week

early lives have either a direct ; and late, Gainesville. mother --.---.--., Oh, well with friends! and relatives Mrs Laura Mosley, Is upending

-Jack Halle. ences which we make during our I Is for. Insisting. that I why waste space? Luther Chlsm and Thomas a few day with her daughter ,l '

or an indirect influence on our them some, What Her ambition Is to become a Murrhee were!\ visitors to Camp Mrs. Ormond, of Lake Butler

box later lives. This is a "formative E Is for Every friendly Democracy nurse. If things continue to be Blending Sunday afternoon. Marvin Blrt, who Is working In
period" In our lives. and the more Miss Vertle Crews of Wood-
have Means To MeBy like they are now she certainlywill
we done New York, is spending; a few days ,
friends we make the more we vlll\ : lawn here with r
joy! Oh, Boy! Do I feel N Is for Nominating to be choosing a profession that spent Sunday with his mother Mrs W. P. Blrt.
have to live for. friends.
[as I begin to write my friendly deed will really be useful Mis. Ira Brown and son, who
Many new students have come Buddy Davis Another thing about her la \
That old fall feeling Is D Is for have been upending a few days
Tweed suits and skirts to Bradford High this year. For In Daring to help a We have the best governmentIn that she doesn't like to get up BOA I)RAIN with her mother, Mrs. Eva Dirt,

jfrs all the go. Footbally us this Is an opportunity to make need the world! But that doesn't in front of a class and! rend. anything Hy Mrs. Z. Z. OrlffU returned to her home in Gaines'f' ''f '

the way folks! We new friends, and also, we hope, S Is for Sailing on the mean that it's perfect as a de ville last Sunday. '
for them to make new friends ship which Is rightly mocracy. I believe that our government Mr, and Mrs Eugene!\ Orlffls 'I
other glorious victory
( I The Rev, and Mrs. Hutto who
,
ed Devils Friday night. among us whom they will long the Friend-Ship. is full of rotten stinking VANDERBILT I and children and Mr. and Mrs have been giving lectures on prophecies

|will all be on our wayd remember. :politicians with a lust for money Hy' Miss Velma Norman i John Prevatt and children were left thin week for Starke I
Friday nIght Some of the new students Pep Squad Shows and power. They slab each otherIn :visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Pre. where they will lecture In the

ely are proud of our where they come from and why the back. They start rumorsof I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Loyleim, :,vatt of ThneslNSunday, Tabernacle. "
h. Good cooperation tliey are coming to school are: I Great the others' rottenness forgetting Ovid Manning Edna: Bowden, and Mrs. Edna Jones attended services -
their while Eata Manning all of Jacksonville, at Pine Level Friday night.
In Grace. Wagner; She comes from own they pose All blanks i
legal
part anything we promissory
g Last night at the
Friday
I as saints Politicians stand before were visiting Mr and Mrs J. H. Friends of this section wel-
\ to do Keystone Heights so that she can the showed notes, retain title note, carriedIn
squad
pep you, telling of their good- : Manning and family Sunday. come Mr. and Mrs Ray Griffin
|rl la! Did you Bee that I mica.take chemistry Grace is and In 11 home D. econo- improvement in giving t ness, and the other fellow's delinquency -I Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Normanand of Tampa back to Boatdraln stook by the Bradford County

er smiling and seemed I Edwina Wiggins Edwina comes cheers. They kiss your baby children were visiting J. M. again. They expect to make their T.I..raph.Florahome. i
;
tit she meant it all for,'I The manner In which and wonder If that gets your vote. Roller! and family of Woodlawn home here.
from Heights too. She '
Ereen. He surely did I.has Keystone for conducted themselves ] Millions of promises are made, I Sunday I Joe Grlffla, Jr., and friend were visiting Mr. and ;,
no specific reason coming -
fty Friday night after'He's to school here. She is !in wonderful. They now come but when the man Is elected he F, M Norman and son, Levy, of Jacksonville were visiting C. Mrs. John Prevatt Sunday.
Just as proudel 11W tention without any delay |fades away Even: In public they I were In Jacksonville on business A, Grlffla and Mr. and Mrs. ,'' Ardelia Starling of Pine Level .

| "T" as some of your Virginia Firestone; She comes Every single one of them :'call each other liars Did you Tuesday, I oats Grlffia Sunday. zen.j'('I.spent the weekend with Mrs.

Forty Models.reen from Pltttiburg;, Pennsylvania to put all he possibly 'ever nee such greed? Is this domocracy -I]I Mrs. Allen Thomas of Maxvllle Albert Griffin. and Luvenla!\ Or Iff la recently
originally
and Lillian Stern-' but now she la living In each yell. JI'I i iI' i '? No! Hut It In a dose was visiting relative of this section Jacksonville visited Gold Head Miss", Margaret blurred of Jacksonville -

jly were sporty Friday I I Keystone Heights In order to It was noticed el< which goes with democracy. It ,, Sunday. I Brunch Sunday, spent the week-end with ,

Ilaxi came flying up toad take a business course. she Is I' they could be heard is something which must b<> endured MIIIII Margie __Reddish____ __spent Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tyre of, her sister, Mrs. Marthln Green

who should get out I I coming; to school here. She is, on I the far tilde of the I' to have a government short n

and Lillian. Made it in I in 11W. I The pep squad, has of a dictatorship. WE HAVE IT COME DRIVE IT I
| time for the kick-off. Wallen Supp; lie comes from, good bit of praise Democracy Is "government of .

IkU world. I Lawtey where his mother. is goIng r their fine work, but they the people, by the I people, and for \
po miss someone around to move soon. Previous to' a lot more. Let's show the people." Democracy Is a light ?

Always laughing and now. Wailen has lived most of we apreclate what they are that must be kept burning at any ONLY CAR

pi everyone else does. I his life In Miami. He Is in lID I for our school I all costs. Democracy meansto \
Jcuess' Yes It's Sadie Maxine Dykes; Seeking better me, a nation with complete-

opportunities she Is coming to Seniors Receive In the people. People who
ace was enjoyed by school here from Keystone I been tried and we know t k

I Seems like old times! Heights Maxine Is In 12F. Monday morning the they are true. And so "gov t.
fh we could
have them Margarete Laudon Margaret of the people by the '
n, I am sure we a111 was born in Williston She Is ,'were overjoyed to know that people, and for the people shall
a dance now Its now. class rings had at last perish from the earth."
living In Keystone Heights
ag since we have had;' ,They had waited with
Her room Is 11W.
Jerome and Ida Sternberg.: tion for a good while. Meet The Seniors
"lor I
rings are here. They are in 11W also. They are The rings are very NO CLUTCH
|* excited. Don't know living in Sturke with the H. K. deed and other students JANIK MARK
lied
this long to tell Tuckers they tame from Savannah readily see why the Seniors A little baby girl was born
[they are here. Walt un- Ga. so anxious to get them. 17, 1922 on a farm about

f it.them you'll want one We feel that these students the plain ones, there are mile west of Highland. This

Wouldn't be sur- and all other new students are a that have rubles, pearls, Is now one of our seniors

tome (of you_.girls willtanyhow. definite asset to the cosmopolitan onyx stones, or saphlres in we know as lanle.
' These boys She began school when "she was

j years old. Her first three c- i
as If iJ
Enos
Hayes will of schooling were In a
lueibug after all. Surely THE country school. When 5r ,
IS a
lot of fun. Say was nine, she started toehool

I I baa you see Sunny SternI of KNOWLEDGE TQPPsai at Lawtey, where she con
really been holding to go until he had com
'|11.Ve have hls" numOon't the ninth grade. After

I we? .. there she came to Brad
')lks,
so long until I High. She declares she has
'the I
next I
her school days more .
-Chatterbox. than any other place. IT
Janle'H likes are friendly peo-

he Juniors _
lot NTV JI'In.B'e: 1'1/I'It'rl
It Ii4lMet/111 4 01 .%.TV. n.Oil litNulUo Illustrated: Dynamic 6 Cruiser 4-Door J102Q (Same
log > I. h.r..Y l Klvcn to nil
I { TIIOPIrA' ",, It may concern.. hat I. !>.*- model 8,$1055). Prices include chrome fender ornaments.HERE'S .
cry interesting y Olrtavriinn n rimrtflan' of
; to ask T rat f-/M
of r ..",Ne 4 PWr r0 Jjairmr, h llrturr. Klnl. H.IIA driving at it. aimor climbing press through on 0
People. So many ielg.r anil H K. 'l"I lit r. inlnnm,
P/NEAfflES.
of Novinh !-and be.tl With the accelerator and
answers are .. on the 7lh day a special ydl
given In so MID .
It. late' reply i< the (mmty Hydra-Matic start s '
event w you go plck-uppear.weepayouahead <
manners _somelnSIy I ,,".* In and for Hradford County
sometimes 'tori" .., for authority to urn at and stop-without a clutch to instantly. Available on all
unwll-
JET .'. Main the entire Interval and.Ntata press-or gearshift to manipu- Old. models for 1911-Custom

"'ere many similar following of until. rioMrrlhed mlmm In lands and to In late. You cruise in super- Cruiser, Dynamic Cruiser and ; ncaeti

a to the an- "'" County, Florida to-wlt: smooth fourth. And if you low-priced Olds Special- eta t
question "What A strip or lund fifty rest wl .- "
. pei program do the! MW .orn.r of south
you ..
t < uar'.r or Houthvaxt Quarter
s.r at, Twp. 7 H It 22 .K.Whii OLDS PRICES
and!>I music 'h milil. appllmtlon will bo S.d.nprlaa.fart.
were most ... BItC.N Ar ., _
there upon the petition now on 898.. Odeli"
were three who .... In said Court. 91111 y O ..r.d., Lmatinf ,
'""ateur Different hour. One per. ,hOMPLSC S 0 DEFENsE p, w -1''I.n'4t '1021Relief v "ivkoiKon, a. (luardlan.' $8 5 2 Mich. Tr.f .por'>

as to say: I."on b..d 0"
( t rOil SPECIALSfX
en's cheer leading." rail rata, .,.t.
et'a\ mixture.. OVIOOP 8JEPI1IN cowl W tut ttOftt: CV MAUNA NSA U M.I.. At LastForYourCough V8.NC88 cvvr" and local I.x.(i.nyoptional ,
It Two AR, fJffDfD IM TN1NtIVA AVWR A./aa'atetER-They tiin vmM ) ..quipm.ntandauc..aori..gtr.
made 01
no difference. 7"1/ .y Mlf
''II said ..ogswJLs corwt7 .. Prteum aub}.,,' to changewUhoatnotio..AOENasALMoros4VALU
. "anything but $ t

'and< another said "anyV *Hr4n-M'. Drive optional .t onio ....
opinion. I like
a Picture." THE CAR !
1(1( no Creomulslon relieves promptly be-
''I speciality/ One & it f oes right to the seat of the OLDSMOBILETORODE
in succession soon to help loosen and expel
um laden phlegm and aid nature rn
ore a few who ti soothe and heal raw tender-
"
refused / ea 7uwuw
but bronchial mucous mem-
' one cannot expect ..Tell your druggist to sell you VlT.II HYDRA-kfATIO DRIVE
.eel'sll at all times. bottle of Creomulalon with the un-
'Marjorie you must like the way It .
Thompson. IN tae LAST 10 YEARS. )( allays tae cough/ or you are
THITL INDUSTBV'AVERAQEO .F '.AAye sgi uCOOtO 01 er/f 1Aa6L. have your money back. CHEVROLET CO.S l
'lbIpaUl7 ack owl- oNty2CW ,. FLPCTRICAtxnoyrt'meow CO..Swl3NOweorACw
1"P adze.--Brad- ITS NIVI S7MEMS r twrnmtmtTuciMtteTi I \.

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a SOCIETY and Monday AfternoonThe lave MeetingsCircle We dot, I p;,

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.1 r three circles of the Woman's No. 1 of the Baptist -- -- salute Jill ,iii.,. !U(>untn.. t...
Woman's Missionary Society met RESPECT: FOR THE FLAG whIch It, nglbdr
C'' Slilley-Padsrelt Marriage Uaker-Rowe Bishop Juhan HonoredAt Society of Christian Serviceof home of ( hrhni' "
the the \
s at 1m \
the Methodist Church met Monday afternoon I I Americans are not a very 1111(11))'? !

?sl Of Interest to friends i here will Miss Ruth Rowe attractive Informal SupperThe Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs L G. Powell and Mills and Miss Etta : demonstrative people and shy I the flag/ '" ,. \'I11boJf or

) toe the marriage of Donald. Paul daughter of J. B. Rowe and the ladles of St. Mark's Auxiliary : Circle No. 1. Mrs. E K Perry- i JTIson with Mrs, Powell away from a public display of Those 11t't' the, .1.

", Stilley of Jacksonville, ton of late Mrs. Rowe of Starke, and of the Episcopal Church entertained man leader met at Mrs. Perry. Tiaoa hostesses. conducted',I emotion. Thus we are prone to I hheart 0'' Plfrl taint *

VuIs Mrs. Letle Stilley of Staike. to Mr. A. B. Baker i> f Daytona at a delightful Informal man's home on Madison Avenue Mrs. Powell, leader, of the neglect giving proper respect to Fran,,., S..I kri I' i.dp1v
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: ?1'l' Miss Irla Vlvlun Padgett also of Beach were united In marriage I supper party Friday night at the with ten members present. the devotional using Luke.part Mrs. R. I oua national anthem and flag at them when h. 'lied' u.,
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L Jacksonville daughter of Mrs W. Sunday evening, September 29. i rectory, honoring Bishop Frank Mra W. E. Middleton led the 4th chapter of St. devotional !I times of peace and calm. But that Paler ',,'r
M. Andrews of Thereawi. The at the Methodist parsonage In Juhan of Jacksonville bishop of devotional service using! as her ;'i A Thomas closed the I I when this nation Is aroused by a untllphl with, : "O'er.-:
tl'' with the Rev. J. E. i and service with an Inspirational ,I crisis love of 01 the .. .
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ceremony took place on September Macclenny this diocese. topic "The Heritage of Joy" I' country brings us free "and ,",. h
14 27 in Macclenny. Mr. and Hartsfleld performing the cere Supper was served buffet style I closing with prayer prayer. | closer together and we seek waysIn b. : ,,1I1t1 Ining olt1e

i''s Ci ( Mra. Stilley are at home to their mony. from the large; table in the din The program was under the direction I,I An Interesting/ story on the which to express' the patriotismthat "ht"I hen he ci$.....hrtla

friends in Jacksonville, where Mr. The marriage was witnessed by ing room. Centering the table of Miss Olive Ray. who I 1 "Youth of South America" was Is In the hearts of every one ular Wong With: "G,ha 1

j/4" Stilley is employed with I the Mr. and Mrs. J F. Howell of was an artistic arrangement of gave an Interesting article from given by Mrs. Thomas as the of us. An-erk-a. My Hnun*,

<''1' Wheatley Mayonnaise Co. Olustee both close friends of the tlthonias and dahlias. the World Outlook "A Challengeto I i mlsson study lesson for the aft In recent weeks motion pic- HOfl. e s..

:tI i bride and groom. During the evening Impromptutalks Methodist Women." ernoon. turn houses throughout the nation Many "f" n" II.I

} The Kev. L. A. Shepherd I Mis. Baker graduated from were made by Bishop Juhan, During the business meeting I This being the first meetingof have been playing fob' national a sense 'If 'Im"Ut Prone It

jFNyrttfU (Jives Book Review Bradford County High School the Rev. Fred Yerkea, and L. F. which was presided over by MrB.1 the new year. Mrs. Powell appointed anthem and asking audiences ing thestand nutulnal\ shenwl 1
: i; she popular member of the Ferryman, plans for the new the following chairmen! to in erect, enthelavni
n1 t where was a Chapman superintendent I Join singing. Confusion when those :
1 Woman's Club Meet:
y At of the younger/ net.. State Prison Farm. up were discussed Mrs. Middle- Co-leader and mission study resulted an to the proper disregard. liS pitying ar ,

ltr( t The Starke Woman's Club met Mr. and Mrs. Baker are making About thirty-six guests were ton and Mrs. Perryman gave short I. chairman Mrs. R. A. Thomas; respect to be paid when strains. feel conspicuous When Stlp/

l In regular Hesslon Wednesday aft their home In Daytona Beach present to enjoy the evening with reports of the' tate meeting of I, Personal Service, Mrs. Ray New- of the Star Spangled Banner at attention and, salUte they
i the W. S. C. S. held In Jacksonville T B. Hard- ttIih!
;, ernoon at 3:30: o'clock In the club where Mr. Baker is In business. Bishop Juhan. som; Orphanage, Mrs. were heard on the movie soundtrack flag is passing as ''Jthe"
ila auditorium with the president last week.Tempting Ing; White Crocs Mrs. W. H. stare at them *

't Mrs. K. G. Duncan in (the chair. Kersey-Maines: Wedding "Always Ready Class" refreshments of ice Perkins; Program Mrs. Ralph I Several have asked us for correct What (this .???, '
tea and wafers were served during be filled ?
K Mrs. N. D. Walnwright Jr., Has MeetingThe Alvarez; secretary, to rules of flag "etiquette" and more .xtroxem IIIPd,
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the social hour. T K. :Mc-
Mrs.
I i transacted her duties as secre The many friends and relatives L. D. Green later; treasurer. we give here what we believe to It'hp to lh. f118| and
Circle No. 11 Mrs.
l in Bradford County of Oswood Clane, Sr.During tint hem 11II
intermediate girls of the be the ..
proper. re
i
MHt
of Mrs.A. It
home
the .
leader met at k
treesurer and Mrs. Mary Mania, the social hour the two .
Kersey Starke Baptist Church held their -i-rnise of the
F. Sauls on Cherry St., with >'I.en the flag goes ny, rise thing" fa',
club both of Starke, will be Interestedto first business meeting hostesses served tempting re- It stands If
Monday
The members of the gave
Mra A. H. Green as co-hostess. If sitting, halt if walking. Ifyon P\PI'booly(,
Home learn of their marriage Tues October 7 at the Church freshmen thin
kitchen shower for the night Following the regular business are a man, take off your timidity Will|| p'.uoo'\11\
::1' Economics departmnt of the day evening October 8, at 7:30: with six members present.At routine i delicious refreshments Circle No. II, Mrs. H. L. hat and hold It opposite the LlV. Oak Eta'lmtuans '
o'clock at the home of Mr. and the officers leader met with Mrs. "
Bradford County High School and this time following' Brownlee
,
were served by the two hostesses. left shoulder with the right
the useful gifts were displayed Mrs. Noon M Bradley also of were elected : Brownlee In her home on Cherry \\II ,
V many I Circle No. III. Mrs. L. D. Vln- hand; If a woman simply stand al\11111 11I'8hI.
Starke. The Rev. R. J. Gomes I I u'Tlo:' ,
on a large; table in the President Georgia Gllpln. Ing leader met. at the home of Street. at attention until the flag haspassed. ,\t.. ,,
front of the audltotlum. Miss of this city performed the cere Vice-President, Evelyn!: Hall. Mrs. T, T, Long Following the business /session' of ,'.h.. ., 1 I.. t i", 'I", IbO>.,

Joyce Woods. home economics mony. Secretary Shirley Morgan. II Effective arrangements of radiance light refreshments were served. When the national emblem the nr toed .111111"'"11\ '\ i .., I

4i teacher thanked the club for the The bride wore IIblue satin Treasurer and social chairman, roses! were used In decorat- Circle No III Mrs. H. A. Law- Stars and in tiinwltg' ,,, ," ",U mil,
shower and for the splendid co dress with blue accessories' and Alice June Harding. for son leader, met at 3:00: o'clockat Stripes passes a for the i ,,1 I I :.",
ing this
meeting 'hI.'
it nn
Is to ,
parade salute. "n I
proper ?
operation.Mrs. was given In marriage by her Personal Service chairman El- the Baptist pastorlum with tits "bot
Upon arrival the were .
Mrs. Orlffls. nora Bennett. I guests Persons In uniform give the military .V,,,,,.., ...
Duncan announced that daughter Joseph nerved a delicious salad course Mrs. A. E. Lighfoot as hostess, \ ,I-L.Lr
salute of the JI S
the P.-T A. Is sponsoring a Hallowe'en Mr. Kersey's brother, W. R. Kersey Chorister Sara Barefoot. with Iced tea. Mrs. Long was for the first meeting of the new forefinger of Hlun.'h.ml, ,I III'I I""'',. Ron",
acted his best man. The "Always Ready" was chosen as the straight right hand touchedto ir Tb.ni' art .
as .
carnival October 31, on ''P| > i iJ"p
assisted in Mrs. D. P. ? "rL
serving/ by year.Mrs. the brim of the hat above the I.'". .I-.I v.. ,..
Miss Doro- the and motto for the class. ::1-
bride's name .
granddaughter. devotional tt
the school grounds and urged Lawson led the
,
Carpenter, and Mrs L.. D. Vinlng. .I F K I 11.I 1 :
right Men in civilian clothes
everyone to attend thy GrlffiK. and l niece Miss Mary At the conclusion of the meet- Following the social hour Mrs. .service. using as her theme "The eye. ('0"1''''. Ii l v \1, ,, 'lak ar4I',
take off the hat and hold ,
bridesmaids. I n tempting refreshments of It over !Scott 1 Intpurh|"
Mra. B. M. Davis) had chargeof Bradley, were g VInIng conducted a brief business Stewardship of Prayer. Mrs. the heart. Men without hat 1'r1 nr \., :|-I>,,IL,
Supper was nerved ,by Mrs. cookies and Coca-Colas were enjoyed Christ's a U K p.I)., 'I.
the program for the afternoonand meeting at which time the Lawson compared prayer In ? 'f' ,. t
and women, whether hatless or .J.Innm.JOIIVH, I h: \ ,, Jlt
the HI
following .
Bradley ceremony. of "a.1
presented eight little girls following officers were elected: life with that of the people not hold the hand over the heart its,were, III't.1'.'.iorha'reeinrt J
from Mrs. Hart's fourth grade Co-leader Mrs. T T Long: secre- today. Mrs. A. M, Darby closed until '\n. l-unk.,
who sang "Do You See Merry Mrs. Priest HonoredOn Mrs Jennings Miss Mann tary, Mrs. Charles A Darby; the devotion with prayer. the flag has passed. t'ency II. M.n"I"'K'\VaoIlr.It"""rot' j. K

Phyllis ?." "Grandfather's Clock." Birthday Are Joint Hostesses treasurer Mrs.. Junius M. Smith. During the business meetingMrs. Respect| for the national anthem In""r| < ten ta/

and "Hawaiian Boat." They were The leader appointed the following Darby read an Interesting are the name aa applicable t'rerlnrln, :\-H......
T i' ,
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Mrs.. Clyde Priest was the honored Mrs. L. H. Jennings and Miss i committees: finance Mrs. article "Little Boats to the flag except that the .Mnlrli.-tl, rh.iMaln.U: )I' Wad.'tl'iwli": i
last time the of rule do not hold when the anthem and CV riiihm, Jr, .
Davis. guest Thursday night Arline Mann were Joint hostessesat I). P. Carpenter chairman Mrs. At this following ?,
when the of the local the home of the former E. L. Williams elected: Co-leader Is heard over the radio In I'reeln.'tn. 'I-n_
Mrs. Davis then presented the employes on Mrs Sam Anderson ficers were II l P. :M"v "i-lcrk D.I'\ k
Rev, L.. A. Shepherd chaplain of store of the Van H. Prest Co? North Walnut Street Tuesday i and Mrs. E. L. Matthews; Mrs. G. W Alderman; secretary ones home. Henry Hardy, ,and n..tluil
van, Inspector
the State Farm who gave an interesting entertained at a surprise birth night when they entertained at 'social committee, Mrs. W B. Mrs. Doris Rozler; treasurer, Mrs. These, rules are simple and .. '

review of Vincent Shee- day, supper. a surprise birthday party honor- Sewell. chairman Mrs. J. W. Kin- W. L. Wall. should be observed at all times. M. "K.\VlR'i'ln7rVl"r'ii

han's book "Not Peace But The I The employees went In a group Ing Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. O. L cald Mrs. M, F, Brown, and Mrs. Mrs. Lawson appointed the following Children should be taught them Crews John.,. InMII"ctor.Jo:. I I. KHlv, n. .

Sword." The Rev. Shepherd a to the Priest's home and surprised Beasley and Dr. L. H. Jennings. N. D. Walnwright Jr. chairmen: Mrs. J. A. En- eaily. Any Boy Scout can tell Pmliiitn.. "N-sash.

very able speaker gave the highlights I. the honoree with:,, a birthday sup- Quantities of October daisies Mrs. Carpenter led the devotional nis mission study;; Mrs. Clyde you the story, of our flag and the I Mott.R. J.H.8.ThnmHn Fowler, Ht-rt and u.: ,$;

of this book, bringing out per. artistically arranged In bowls and using as her topic "The Priest Enlistment; Mrs. Marvin correct pledge, of allegiance the InnpertornI

? the war tuatlon: In several different ,Supper was served buffet style vases formed the decorative motif Gospel of Life" as found in the Hazen Orphanage; Mrs Levy proper respect due, it. We will of *County L, ('on l'olllllll..lon"''II'rh.l., ': ..... 1

$ countries. from the dining table which was for this lovely' affair. sixth chapter of St. Luke. Canova Stewardship; Mrs. S. E. do well to ask these lads whenIn ttj"tTh"ntllM.:

During the social hour the centerd with a beautifully dec- During the evening several The meeting was closed with Sparks Personal Service; Mrs. R. doubt as to- the. correct action. A.(hFF1'r1t,, ai41J, Clerk.

d hostesses: Mrs W. U.!: Middleton orated birthday cake. novelty games and contests were the group 'repeating the Lord's L. Kemp Program Mrs. Dave Tana those persons who rose

Mrs. M. F. Hasten, Mra. Fred Those :to enjoy this affair enjoyed. Those receiving prizes I prayer. SIIcox White Cross; Mrs. P. M. at the theatre at the first note 1{

; Haxen. Mrs. D. E. Knight ..Mrs. with present Mrs. Priest were: Mr. were Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs. I Barefoot. $100,000 club. of the Star Spangled Banner FREE' yop.ntupainsdit;

t' W. H. Smith Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. Harold Glasgow. Mr. R. A. Green Mrs. E. L. Mat W. O. W. MembersTo Mrs. Lightfoot served refresh were correct All should stand Ulc.r., bid.
and Mrs. Vonda Inman served a thews. Congressman R. A. Green ments of tea and cookies duringthe
nt uttentlon, but do
Have not
and Mrs. Merrill l<:Edwards Mr Oyster'! Supper applaud BloatingCaiHurtbumBcldNausea
delicious salad course with hot I and J. R. Scott. ,;, social hour. at lie conclusion
\ (
and Mrs. Ernest Phillips Miss get a free ump\i
tea. The gifts for the honorees were
The Young Matron's Circle met
Maxine ,,Miss All member of the Woodmenof We should int nitiD t oVtCABPENTKRS
I Noegel Marjorie presented 'In a novel manner Mrs. also bear in mind and arc | >
at 7:30: o'clock In the church annex
Howard Miss Carolyn Keene the World are asked to be that while we love the songs,'
Jennings came In tolling a baby : DRIG SK
with Mrs. One and
present at the W O. W. Hall tonight Wiggins
Miss Dorothy Claire Klckllter America and God Bless America
T R 9 M OUR OWN. carriage and told the honorees to Mrs. T K. McClane Jr., as hostesses
Mr. Priest Mr. and Mrs. Ralph take care of the baby. Upon (Friday) as a special oyster they are not!! national anthems,
.
and Roche. supper will be serve'd. Lacy Conway and
Spray Billy are not due the same respect
under the blanket
looking they Mrs. Wiggins had charge of
W. O. W.
Secretary
here
as the Star
Spangled Banner.It .
1 1 found many lovely gifts. I the The Mat-
announced the and meeting Young I r
supper urged
I Mrs, Hrownlee Entertains The guests were Invited Into every member to attend the funs ron's Circle under the leadershipof It well for us to rememberthat e

Ladies AuxiliaryMrs. the dining room for refreshments.The tion tonight, beginning at 7:30: Mrs. L>. A. Canova, had a very the flag' U only a symbol
table laid with a handsome o'clock. successful year. The yearly report It Is less Important therefore, I

$1.98 S. E. Brownlee was hOHt- lace cloth was centered with a from: this circle reported than the thing for which It

w Complete eMS Tuesday afternoon when she large two-tiered birthday cake presided at the coffee urn and thirty-two members Mrs. James stands The American flag In,

entertained members of the holding sixteen green candles and Miss, Mann served the salad Lewis, treasurer reported $30.96 Itself Is only a pretty piece of

M Ladles' Auxiliary of the Presbyterian the Inscription "Happy Birthdayto course. general fund paid during the cloth.s a symbol of liberty

Church at her suburban You." Yellow daisies and fern Those present to enjoy this I year; $24.000 paid on $100,000 '

home.Fall were artistically arranged around delightful affair with the two I pledge; $41.25 special collection NOIUInv Notice SAM that the op Hoard n0Vll'tTake of ,d(1IM (

G ( flowers, marigolds pre the cake. Flanking the central hostesses were: Congressman and for building fund; $9.45 miscel Public Instruction of Bradford

::1 dominating were used In decoratIng piece were four green candles In VIra. R. A. Green the Rev. and I laneous. The circle studied four Toiinty tint Florida County will Superintendent at the officeof of rd. ..

the Brownlee home for this silver holders. Completing'the Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. Mrs. O. L. mission books during the year. Public liiKtriiftton for said county ,, ,"- .."..

i iI meeting.Mrs. table apolntments were the coffee Beasley, Mrs. J W Klncaid. Mrs. The following officers were 'Florida" the county receive courthouse bids np to In Starke I ,I .. .

I K. G. Duncan had charge urn at one end of the table, a W. I K.: Middleton, Mrs. W. B. elected for the new year: Mrs. lurk noon on the 12th day of I ;., I.. ,

of the devotion and Mrs. 'T. N. silver t tray of salad .at the other Mundy Miss Madge Middleton. H. L. Hough leader; Mrs J, A. November i.hase flf A.2750.00 16 1940 of for bonds the pur-of I -;
end. and small -:=:
Kendrick presented the programon trays holding Mra. K. L. Matthews R. J. Scottof Lewis secretary; Mrs. T. K. Me- ,Special Tax School District Number '
dainty open-faced sandwiches, and I Keystone Heights 11 of Haiti 1 county being II of Maid I ...
India and Alaska. and Dr. Jen- Cane Jr., treasurer; Mis. Hough .'.'"d" each In The Damon Fire pno .
the
assorted Mrs. Principal sum of I
4 Following the program. Mrs E. candy Jennings; nings. appointed the following chairmen: 12511.00" bearing Interest at II percent I Qum"I I

M. Davis president presided overa Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas. Per niially per annum payable seml-an- I You eon', g.t 11I0'pAI
on April let
and October .,tbI
short business session. At this sonal Service; Miss Pat Lamb lilt of each year with the principal tac: .

) time it was decided to have an Carolyn Callstreet Enlistment; Mrs. W. B. Mundy of.becomingpayable one of laid bonds -maturing and I But tartar Off nth.

all day meeting and mission study Orphanage: :: Mrs. L.__. _F.. ninkina. or each Vf the years on 194 October? to I9B3 1st ill! chHr

class on November 12 at the Mission\ Study;; (lira Jack 0'f both Inclusive, principal and interest X.'. cover.d br llE/l!/

Presbyterian manne. Well, folks Wasn't It grand a Tother night at one of the I Leery, White Cross; Miss Wilma I-I'k. I.ayahle$Work' at Florida Florida Bank at I irllatafC.GENERAL '

During the social hour Mrs. and glorious to have a real dance bridge club sessions. a census Alexander Training School; Mrs.V. Each bidder la required to de-
.f Brownlee served her guests tempt I revealed H. Cardin, Flowers r."rtmwilth. hl"* bid a a..hler'. or
once again! Orchestra that every couple presenthad ; Mrs. R. in."u .. to the amount of
ing refreshments of sandwiches i 'neverythlng .. The good ole rented one or more rooms to I G. Kldd. Social; Mrs. E. L. yiuuiiu. "oniply to u.. forfeited If he should
individual cakes, and Ice tea. Biggs, Kitchen and Mrs with his bid. The
; Jerry '11" 1
Blandlngltes with the '"
l'eeeI'Ven
I Hall and the
Legion was packed exceptionof ;! right to rejectHLil'i'i
Moore ,' ,
the Program. nay all hid", _
M. F
Browns .
jammed-an' more strange faces! A home J, i.ewle' ''y
Typewriter ribbon ore all kind. During the social hull-man of said
period light ,
j' For the first time In without a roomer nowadays Is AttJst of "bile Instruction.tend.n ..
for sale at the Telegraph of flee, yars practically refreshments were served :
$ and yars there were stags enough unique Bridge', 1V P:' 1I11III..ton' !' '
; I !'o.__,_ ___.___ to keep us gala clrculatln! fast an' club members can hardly play a I ur I'u""o' Voun Instruction y Superln-and
i three no-trump for discussing the New Barber Here e"-orrlc\o. \ Secretary "/'it'1..BnrA'
.
furiously The more stand, 1.1\1. "' ''JAI.I -- -
I 10-ta
NOTICECONTRARY problems of I
plumbing brought
on
the less stagnation I always say Ira Cochran. for
by added several
bathrooms yearsa
if this
.
Only disappointment of the
sort of barber at Alachua Joined the
thing keeps the
tip
evening was when Junius Smith new
TO RUMORS staff of the
slogan will be: Cleanliness Is Three Friends Barber TRADE AT JACOB
backed down on doln his famed
SETZER'S STORES ARE next to unavoidable Shop yesterday, according toV.. AND
: "banana tlance"-whatevt'r that SAVE
POSITIVELY NOT OPENING B. Mundy. owner. This will makea MONEY
Unnerstand our dignified
Is! Sound like he's been Con- total of
A FEED STORE IN try In' to go Sally Rand one bet gressman Lex Green made a duty four barbers on regular

STARKE. ter Ferrol and Stanley were fetch In' picture as he struggled: to barber throughout the week at this

p- In fine form Sudden thought: get laced up In an old-fashioned the State shop Farm and Ira Young of Men's Women's Childrens
operates the fifth ,
,
Setzer Warehouse a I lit anyone asks you who Ferroljoe' corset tother evening No chair on Saturdays.walk .
& is, tell 'em she's the girl The heat hasn't got him It SWEATERS 98c UP
SHIRT
TRI-TONE Florida friend of a whirling dervish took place at a party In one of she glides Smoothest
Jacksonville
MATCHING SKIRT Game las' Friday was swell If I II I'those contests where the idea is thins on heels I ever saw

-- ... ,- .- -.- .,. a little less excitln than the open. to see who can dress the fastest Bill Plummer in town
.. Mew ipml.." totwnt. tilcwd9 sporlln'a
*" I
.. .a y-,' ..* ..p.cR..I..ITHI l ..........-......................... ing session with Green Cove the the man in women's clothes or Blanding sunburn Sure Is COATSALL
SHIRT Springs But any game'sgood woman In men's clothes lonely around here daytimes with LADIES FALL

CxivwMk/.radar RUMFORD RIDDLES when the Tornadoes come Eva Shepherd did the feminine everybody out In the wide open ASD

If..!!..!*., ....... out ahead! 4 Whispers KOln" honors Hear she looked like spaces helpin' to build the Camp TWEED
.*_!>/.> r tkrtIvUlvp the rounds that we REALLY havea I a brunette version of :Marlene .Dot E a latest to COLORS $5.95 $10.50

ss.wldH( H Why <*<>., Kitty; Kent coach this year And the DeitrIch In her ,trousers hit the personirafl joe N011

THE SKIRT II'. an umbrella with her cake evidence is certainly there .1' Dolly Lambe and Maxine Noegel Edwards heard about it way: up YOU SAVE BY BUYING=

By the way. have' you noticed I are recelvln' roses via the Clar- there 'in Noo Yawk City an' Use Our Lay-Away Plan
KM *'.1\'Iraol .11...* came
slid' f.......r stake Brosky Manassa's nimble foot Jean Shoppe a Seems a couple down to see If he couldn't offer

flf fr./rt *.'! work In his position as referee? 'of Blandlngltes are on the send In' his assistance, too .

mmM At end Even: Well so long PILLO
Saul candy sales areplckin' See you at BLUE RIBBON SHEETS AND
Add reactionaries: Betty Ann the game in
up as the result of the Wildwood

THE. metal PAIRieSpwt. In I,...Itl". IrWefte My An4 II n Flynn When she saw in the influx of unattached males I can' 'put any rlle-aPP tonight In this if CASES 90c to $$1.

..mblnati.m .!l ki.w,,, e.vy,1.s... Telegraph that her grandmother Little Patsy Dew was thrilledto hltCh-blkln' thumb of .
w win, will; KMHMnc Had <.!- aid she "liked Starke the way It a million on 'her birthday I..' mineCarolyn.

.Wrt II.! II_M_2G.. was" (I. e. pre-boom). Betty Ann I week Received a telegram
said. "Hrommm. Well. I kinds from a friend 'art'' the way from .To

like. the wide open spaces myself." Golf 1 to. Costa Rico Thass rPlle""COLDS LADIES COMFORT SHOES

Alexander t Get Judge Adkins to tell you i only the beginnln'' With those Li

IICAUSI (...tor* s..M.i f._ k.'lM ..&. about the pretty chorus girls he eyes a few years from now. I bet mould All Sizes f-- $1.98
? & .. .... saw in Was Tablets: _
CompanyStarke the natural '>..i.t. (...... Wtlfe ... .....MM ...1.! --. the New York musical comedy Ira Salve

Addicut tv....' Florida I ...... ........ have been now- isn't It Cough! Drop
might a lady, but some pleasure to officeFLORIDA
see Marjorie Stephen, Try Post
..
e.f "nub-My-TI JACOB'S-Next To
.4..4..4. of those \VonderfuI Door
girls--well err goln' down. the street 1 She doesn't
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oen'BE" 11. 1940 BlUbFORn Cot'NTY TELEGRA", STAR", n.oRm.\
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MERCHANTS ENJOY these next ten days there will bat I Phone Calls Grow Cent-a-Word

r BITS of ,LOCAL NEWS times lines! of persons extendIng -

IIIG: SATURDAY to the sidewalk outside wall By Leaps and Bounds"Our

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=-. .--- -- !i (Continued from Page One) Ing their turn at the g-enl'ral FOR SALK- Two house car.
of business In the
was a recent Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Justice Mrs. J. L. Wikes of Jacksonville delivery, stamp and money order volume sleeping accommodations for
B i oavi I i i i and MI'!'. H. D. :May were vl! 30 days. has'! Increased iOO three in each. Ready for -

In .1III'k. -onvlJle. ors in Palatka and St Augusline -!i with her brother-in-law and ulster, about being "worked' "' to death' new postofflce will be too lOmall percent" H. A. Bishop, owner- mediate use. Pat's Service SWLion

Zack Brown spent i: Saturday. Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adklna. however. to handle the volume of buainee manager of the Starke Telephone 1330 N. Marion St., Lake

an' Mrs Jacksonville.\ While here Mrs. Wilkes and her Olin W. White, owner of Whiter we expect after November 15.! I Company said yesterday! "You City. 10-11 2tpSTKAWIJERRY

9r1a:v ,In Mr. and Mrs John Hilton mid '' hosts! will attend the 50th annlversa I Store, based his percentage/ Increase We have rented all except six or must understand," he added, "that '
I
Jr., spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. L,. Brinwm of :: ry of the Luwtey Method in business on the yeai seven of the 407 postofflce boxe} this condition la very unusual and PLANTS Hllnnin -

"st oowllng his father.Maurie Melrose were guests Sunday of'' 1st Church. 1939 as compared with business and these will be gone too In la caused. by the recent activitiesat grown Missionary improved -
Ocala with 1932. "Our business! IE few Camp Blandlng For the first
Mrs. Winona H. Moore. done In days Klondyke, Lady Cor-
I IMl' time In the history of our com-
Crews of Jacksonpending Ii i Miss Madge Middleton and Mis 1939 wus 10 percent better than "We have already asked the nellle and Blakemore, $2.50 per

this week here. and Mra. F.V.. Varnedoe I Evelyn] Stump spent thV weekendIn It was In 1932" he "aid. "Since. postofflce! department to increan pany it is necessary switchboards to keep twooperators thousand. $22.50 per 30.00O

of Palatka were guests Sundayof i, Orlando as guests of Or. and the present activity started, business our allotment of boxes In the on the Plants f. o. b. ANNA STRAWBERRY -

R G Kuld and Mrs. J, C.r Mrs. Varnedoa's parents Mr. Mrs. H. 'B. McLendon and Dr.. Is better still." new postofflce. At present thl throughout Mr. Bishop the day stated that thephenomenal : NURSERY, Anna. IB-

Tuesday In Jackson- and Mrs. W. P. Smith. I, and Mrs. S. p Vandlvlere. re Frank Peterson genial Starke allotment Is only 470, 63 mor Increase In telephone' InolH. 10-11 Upl

peps spectively. They were accompanied Dairyman hardly had time to than we have now Our post of.

of : home by Mrs E, S. Mat- talk. "My business" he said, "Is flee here was third class. In 1032, culls In the last month In notnormal *' >rt SALK OR RENT house
Miss Kitty Hogsed Jacksonville and Included both
Nasworthy and Mrs. the thews, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, 3 or 4 times betterit's bound to advanced to second! class In 193 growth with six rooms and bath, hot \ '
H will spend week-end I local and long distance calls. lie '
spent Monday in who spent last" week with Dr. and I be withn these new people and we belleVe) It will be a fir and cold water, etc.. at corner( \1
Brown here with her mother. Mrs.V.. Indicated the load would be ,
Mrs. McLendon.Mrs here." He sells all the milk his class poittofflce In 1941" A tl'lpl] of Temple and Jefferson Street.
,nvillct3 'I B. Parks, and Dr Parks. herd produces."I I to the postofflce la sufficient to lightened somewhat when Southern See Chamber of Com m e re Ir.Starkp. .

Waller of TallaIs ,. A. Z, Adkins will spend am very favorably Impressedby convince anyone that it Is Stnrke'. : Hell Telephone Company completes Florida. 2t to 10-IS
Helen Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee I II installation and begins op-
this week with / tomorrow In Jacksonville where the high type' of customers 'fastest growing business ?
spending and daughter, Madge, spent the, I erating; Its switchboards here
she will attend a luncheon at theGeorge the activity I and etove.
Simpson. brought to our town by C. H. Nasworthy, owner
Iher I week-end In DeLand an guests of which will handle all long" distance
Cot and Mrs. J. K Futch. Washington Hotel given at Camp Blanding," D. P. 'operator of the Tip Top Grocer; chile Mr. Bishop's company will IimlerlKht, Starke. lip

and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns by Mrs. J. L Wilkes Mrs. J. L. Carpenter owner of Carpenter'sDrug I and Market told the Telegrapl continue to handle the local calls ----

.ge In Tuesday from theirer j Briggs, },frill, L. L. Roane and Store, told the Telegraph ,I that his business 'was at least 40 Full<< IiAL"J-.New Perfection oil
Smith has exclusively.
Lake. Mrs Eldridge returned Mrs. W. L Edwards honoring 1-3 I stove In condition. Cheap
on Kingsley I "Business last year was 33 percent better than It was In good
home "Since strawberry sea
from, a few weeks' visit our good
Miss Margaret Adkins of Gainesville percent better than It was in 19- 1032. He opened his store hen for cosh. See Walter Martin
with her :Mr. and Mrs. son this year and up to the time
H. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. K. Toney.parents.In Shubuta, Miss J'I, whose marriage to H. H. 32" he said, and added that it I i in 1031 "Much of our business,' Camp Blnndlng became active our Route 1, Lawtey. ItpKbRJ"ll

jones of Tampa are guests i Parish, also of Gainesville, will i was growing steadily! as a resultof he stated, "has resulted from thi volume of telephone business. Increased farm houses' 5
--
and son Arthur Hall.ami be an event of November 2 in the work now going on at ,,I programs of the present Rooaevel
Hall\ Thin Is '
100 nor-
-Mrs. N. S. Blount has returnedto percent miles from Starke o n Btalw
Gainesville I I Camp Blandlng. When asked if: administration<< but It Mill remain I
her home at Tlce after vlsitln mal, substantial, and desirable Farm Road inquire lit Ilrtt-
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I I he gave any credit for the bet i to be seen! If all of these programs "
e her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I growth, he said. bronn Springs storeL R.
;Jimc today in GainesvilleMr Aaron M. Heck : ter business to President Roosevelt -, are beneficial." Since active at
and Mrs. L. H. Hill, ut Liiwtey. The loral exchange presentIn Starling Starke. Up
and Mrs. J. C. Adkins. / I and the New Deal he answered 1 i work at Camp Bin nil Ing has; handling an average of 60(1(
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Aaron Morton Deck, 77, six "yes," and explained: he him noticed a nubstun .
begun
RENT Furnished I room
Mr. and Mrs. R W. Mills and 'I Incoming and out-going; long distance I'-OK ---
D. Clark of Montiwas months a resident of Bmdfor.1County "The New Deal' in giving the' tlal Increase in business Hall #u,
,tor S Miss Elizabeth Mills, ', calls daily and( cancelled with twin bed. Two men p. --
dinner guest Sun- daughter 1 died at the home of his working people Dome, money to his customer Saturday wen '
the Stark
of Jacksonville were guests. Sun- I rails amount to only about 2 percent ft'rn"4l..MllIard" Judd,
and Mrs. C. E. daughter Mrs. Willis Gillard, spend for the necessities they newcomers, he salt<), II
,f Senator In excellent aver- ,
day. of Mr. and Mrs, P K. Flume. I three miles southwest of Starke need." I I II which an
George Mnnaxsa, manager' of In most cases cancellationsare --- -
I TueHday! night at 11:40: o'clock.He The Telegraph hardly needed. I I age. KOR RRNT Six-room unfurnished
Brownle I the Ritz Theatre says the slatof not the telephone company"I !
M.
J.
Mrs.
Mr. and
had been ill for four weeks. .
mile el
Starke house north
the
to link question at one
Adkins of Jackson- any the movie-going crowd Is about of the
Lois in Gainesville with l fault but the fault one or '
S4 spent! Monday :
with Mr. Beck came here (six months Coca-Cola Bottling Company. The I town. R. A, Newsom Starke. ;
.
week-end here hai
pent the their son and daughter-in-law/: the same, although there I I'other of the parlies making the

rents, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee. ago from Indiana, his home state, I new machinery, the enlarged! i iI been a great Increase In the number I call. Aa an example, Wednesday .. lip
the -
workers -
and the body wits shipped to quarters, the extra of "The local
newcomers 241 outgoing calla were placed 1"Olt IUCNTTo desirable tenant
Clnclnnnttt, Ohio I Wednesday' new trucks all spoke for them people seem to be too excited 01 I I here, only
the exchange
Friends of Mrs. V. 13. Harrell I through 6-room bungalow, lInfurnl "e4.. 10.
from where it will be taken to! selves. "Business Is three times
of Jackson- lx working too hard to come to the 7 cancelled and only one .
A, S. Morrow will be glad to learn that she and ; were Also -room apartment--new- -
was a guest Tuesday In the recuperating after being confinedto Portland Indiana for the funeral what It was In 1932 much easily better show." Mr. Manassa Mid "There' of these was the fault of the gnu equipped v.-Airs. W. II..NoB-

of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. her home 'last week because of ,, service. IL n d interment Sunday I we expect It to get and I fore our crowds are not much company. The exchange handles man, Starke. It

kilee. illness. I afternoon. as Camp Blandlng progresses greater than they were pro-boom." ,over 1,000 local calls dally.

I The deceased a retired farmer, Is occupied" they nld. The new "Scottie" Smith plumber stated Mr Itlahop exhibited a contract WANTKD--good milk cow. mint \>

Mrs. C. H. Register Miss Alma Murrhee, an em- ,' is survived( by his wife, Mrs Camp, which la within their sale that It IK safe to any there hat between his company, the city, ba milking now and gentle. OL s'

and Butler were guests Sun- ploye at the Florida Farm Colony i Mary Beck and by his daughter, territory III responsible mainlyfor been more plumbing Installed In and Bell Telephone whereby no :J. rhllllpn. Lawtey lip ra
ie 'Mrs. Gllltml He was a memberof the great Increase in production -
her. the put two months In Starke toll''charges would be made on
Gainesville was visiting
temoon of Mr. and Mrs. In said. WANTED ti rent. .-3 4-roona aey
sales or
the Christian# Church. and they >
been In
had the
Murrhee and othel'relatives than there previous calla from the Starke exchange
F.
father A,
Lawson. John II. Den- furnl h.,1. Thane
the
of apartment
,
Km ploy em .
here Saturday. two years, "nuarinena In outline to Camp HUndlng (unless. of
J. L. Simmons : To Index Library mark Furniture Company here de- has Increased. 300 percent," course, the call la made through 28 and give Information. lip ,,
and Mrs clared that business Is "at least
returned from Miami where Mrs. H. L. Brownlee left Mon- )I better'than' last he atd. a pay station where a nlckle U FOUNn-.stI'1lY mule red win +
C. head 50 year.
Mrs. Jeanette Young percent
have spent the past few day afternoon' for DeLand where of the Starke Public Library When asked "they' credited any Acordlng to Edwin Torode, dropped Into the phone). stripe down back. Owner apply I

a. They are occupying she was called because of the stated Wednesday that the 3,1>00 of the Increase' to the present manager of the Toro< 1
cottage on Santa Fe Lake I serious Illness of her brother-in- I volumes the library here contains Federal administration the reply Company, their business'! has Increased exchange are Mrai' Lola Johns, City. lip +3-J Jr ,
been with the Starke
Friends I I who has i
Col. J. E. Futch. ,
law.
St. Simmons ts employed on 'will be Indexed sometime this fall was affirmative: "T h e present by 35 or 40 Chevrolet male 1io&
j for LOST-ntg Hampshire
will be to learn Telephone Company many
of Col. Futch glad
dumbing projects at Camp andmoney
by the W. P. A. Clarifications, administration hits given Jobs around 150 ITS: lbc I
(that he Is gradually Improving.: I per year since 1932. "Since things years, and Mra. Billy Powell. The weighs or
Dr of the Index will Include listings to many HO they might
<<
I began humming at Camp Bland- night operator la Mrs Little Please notify Mrs J. C. Hata
I under authors, titles'!, and natureof live," bookkeeper Duck Crawfordsaid. : Parker. Mrs H. A, Bishop larelief at J. O. Floyd! place, east. of
material. Cross Indexing, as "Since the activity began at Ing. Mr. Torode told the Telegraph Star e. lip
operator
NAT SEZ: contemplated simplifies the se- Camp Blamllng1' We have sold com- "our gasoline And repair I -

lection of book by the membersor pletely out of second hand goods," business has jumped 25 or 30 ,' WALK HELP WANTED -, Re- t '

Iii The old Rrey mare she alnt what borrowers. he added. percent, We feel sure that the Now In City Hall llable; local married man, !-

she used to .be! and neither N I The peak of'progress was "dl.-. administration's national defennn N. I). WaInwright, Jr.. Insurance represent one of stntfl'a leading

our old home town. P.-T. A. CarnivalThe covered when 11i't| F. Stump, postmaster program Is largely responsible for agent; and nwlylected newnpapera In Starke and Camp
: 1 \ of Starke efficient post- busi Reasonable inconuiaaaurnd.
this latter Increase In our Illancllng.
of Starke. haa moved Into
I
I used to haves enough trouble I' ParenUTeachers. Assocla- office," waif 'intfr" wt'I).' We quote. flees," mayor '' Wire' or phone Gainesville

r. croMHlrg lire tttrcet before Camp Lion of It. H. S. It sponsoring! "Volume of business for our post- !I I "We took In more money last 1, hid new 'office In the City Hall.t '123-),( or see Ralpb At- ,

lUundlng, on account of my bifoeals the annual I Hallowe'en carnival to office Is twice hs much today an. Friday uml Saturday than we the hlh."t hlditor for (gash at wares for Information.
be held October 31st on the school It was only a year ago and Sal I did entire months I III. Kinith front ilnor of the ounly
: during some Bradford
courthousen Hlnrkff. 1
double vision ftporkH to ARLINGTON HOTEL--Cora Arlington -
( .
grounds. Plan! are being per Increasing dally We expert It I .luring/ the depression," U tho way "' HIMy .. ,...1"... during the legal
you), but now, Law l help us, fecteil to make this one of the to double again' within the next I II I of 'the I Ii nul'5 of site on Monday, Novvm- and Garden Street.
,
mil Graham, nn employe .... .. .
I II her 4, l 11140. the following ,
up
Hnnwhody'n sure got to take me best ever to be held In Starke. I ten days. We believe within J. !Alvarez Clothing Store I triMfitnvw IIlIu..t.n ItruilfnrA
I I ruolnd. Weekly rates. StranHeat.
Florida, to-wltt
by the hantl to keep me from scribed the present business. de-I I "North"IIIY hAlf at Hnulhf. ....t gamier Hot and cold I water 1m

gettiii run over.Mrs. ditions to the Telegraph's! I of HiTlli.n na, Tw|>. 7 H.. 1C 2t: t:.
Better Results .X..PI a |>ler* (>( land about 1Cfl. every room. With or wtthoult
Getting Owner J. M. Alvarez,
porter. liy lie fat wlM.ro the .llHitl..t bat ha. Inner Spring maltre_
when queried us to whether he Church 'IM), roiilulntnH NO Mrr.....
J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. morn or lees. With or without m 'ala. Tbssblocks
of the Roosevelt
believed
Cleaner the policies
W. C. Powell attended Levy's From Your Vacuum administration had helped his !). K. OrrymnnAM ppiiHul' Mauler, ) from business<< district
(
rr iI fashion show at the Rainbow in.II 41 M-t and! paatofflce. T. J. Cone. Prop.
Katharine Fisher "WDVleler business any aald: "If we still
Room of the George Washington By ,
hud Hoover I don't believe bimlnes i
Hotel in Jacksonville Tuesday Good HoMHkttpnifKATHAIINI tsiirs.r. would have been quite aa I t Talc a Up--tak.your trip Joo

good nsj It Is." ( And he aald that aTlmUa ...ta. Lln.at WMM

Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Oliver Hutto ) A to the Alvaresstore wart yon tavl by Florida.
very dryly. trip
1 Garnita Hutto and Sharon Hall( If you are not satisfied with the job your vacuum cleaner dor on is I ZepJ.p Bun, you will anfo
nowadays c o n v n c Ing
On the other
spent Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville rugs and carpet, perhaps you may need a new cleaner. must r..*.ah.... rested, ready 'oe.aythl.yand
that it do It proof that their business!
hand, may not be using your cleaner correctly so can *
: O. Cren- you with '
with Mrs. L. work well. Tire first rule in using; your vacuum cleaner IS to make cure be better for work has just been mosey

we shaw and Miss Edna Hutto that the floor nozzle i* adjusted to the thickness of each rug or carpet completed on enlarging the More I+(t.v.d ,

on which it i la used. This Is a roust. If you want your cleaner to do It* best by a new extension to the back t .
.
Sa pl. O* Way FawvaT
Some have
cleaners
thicknesses.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto have work on rug and carpets of different of the building. The rest of the
had as recent guests Mr. and nozzles that do not need adjusting Find out whether nozzle of your mp. ,-___.._??, $2.J: .

G. O. Wadklna and childrenof cleaner daps need adjusting and how it should be done. store" has received a "touching .._ ......vlne ____ _. ..s.H& .
Mrs.
If cleaner has motor-driven brush, the up. .
your a .. r>t..,rtd..arg ___ S3."
Nick Carter
and
Wildwood. second rule i III to keep the brush in food' working: order l J. n. Carlisle, proprietor of the
__ j. _
_
alusav 11I .45
a and James Pleasant of Columbia, Brushes will wear out with ue. When! worn they <<
"y Bradford Hardware Store here I Tall" _
S. should be adjusted or replaced. __ 12.25y
/ would only say "bualnefm la some I __ .
.
( Your 1 Miami $"6.
C.Mr. EMI'TY DUST BAGS FnF: UI NTI.Y. "
laid while
better. But he that
I It
trod Mrs." Charles Burton 4 cleaner will also be better able to do its work if you Allan __ ____- '3._
and Mrs Sam Anderson left Monday k will empty the dust bag each time you use the cleaner. t I he store was full of customers New York __ __ IInoM

for Rome, Ga., where This la a disagreeable task. but If the bat;, It emptied mil not long ago Mr. Carlisle ChMannattl _.. 110,70
night called because of the 4 1; on damp newspaper It really Isn't no bad. Wear your had plenty of time to talk to the

I they were ., household glove and shake the dirt down toward the Telegraph's reporter on CONWAYM: HKKVICKHTATION :
death of their father J. F. Bur-1 1, opening. Then hold the bat close' to the damp news C. G. Priest; TueMdaVM\\
; ihek the dust out '-ntlv. And here's. a
ton. paper and tr Inn H Priest Store here, said
caution note: Don't dump loose dust directly into your Lacy Conway, Agent
a'V FISHI he I 5 it lOc buslnesN. in. "much.
Carrie Ritch furnace or Incinerator, Loose dust mixed with air
Friends of Mrs. ,.
"" 'o much better." lie finds It neces-
I sometimes forma explosive. mixture which may
to learn that she Is Good -,--' cp will be glad explode on contact with flame Pixposable paper bill' .inry to employ three extra salesgirls
confined at
improving after being lininva are available In cleaner of ome makes. When ; on Saturdays. Camp Bland

K r the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C cleaner bags' grow old dust may escape from them. When thus happens ng I" giving the store increased l

I Mendoza in Jacksonville because it is better not to attempt repairing; the fabric Buy a new bag I.ales, and Saturday they temporarily -

.of illneos. I IMr. I j)U I.Y USE IS GOOD. How long should a cleaner bj run over a cur? sold out of mirrors People'

more youthful I I I That depends upon the regularity with which rug' are cleaned' the nuat be looking themselves over
In and Mrs. J. Jo;. Thomas and I amount of truffle they fret, the kind of soil In the rugs, and the kind of rug. these days.

daughter, Jonn, of Crescent The important thing about cleaning rug and carpets is. to get the dirt
IOLEpROQ'F City were guests Sunday of Mr.Thomas' .I before it has a chance to settle far down into the pile, where it Is most OTIff, (I'" M4MTKIC4' ..*!.H I

mother Mrs. E. M. difficult to rer.o"e and may eventually do damage. A goal rule' Is to use ,rider Motif.n<1 !I.In mM-untunc hereby.. Ktvnn with that that NOTICEHECAUHE :

XURIA Thomas, and Mr and Mrs. A. J.i your cleaner\ daily in rooms where traffic Is heavy. ..itrtfiln final decree rendered liyh
CREPES79c I Hon. H. I. H. .lirln. HI JII" ..
Wilkinson.Mr Even twenty minutes spent In cleaning a 9 by 12 rug will probably .
I I U f I lh. Circuit ( ....1 of Hrmlfoifl
Jean some dirt in the rug. So don't b* disturbed if a varuum-cleancr "'ounty KlorMn, In Chancery In
& 1.00 A. C. Durden demonstrator gets dirt out of your rug immediately after It baa "been thAI' ..rtln cause pendtn.n/ nalilcourt OP HOMECOMING ACTIVITIESAT
and Mrs. cleaned with your cleaner! If your cleaner Is a !good one and i la working wherein l>>>. to:. KnlKht/
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and this dirt If emptied the bag' and jlBlnllff' and J. II. HpsiiUlliiB" .' THE .. THE
were
'y' son Jimmy 0 f Tampa started all over' again. Ml, the under lanedaspei*|..1 mast
lovely in exquisite 3ad last week-end of Mr. and will toy' Bald l d..IT... Hl'l>"lnt*1 Will ... DEMOCRATIC RALLY AT JACKSONVILLEHAS
guests NO HARM! TO RUGS. Forget the bugaboo that a rood cleaner
:\ I
Luxuria Crepes by Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mr. J. wear out or Injure ru.... or :carpet It I/ well established that one of the
!epfoof!.Flawlessly clear, W. Kincaid. chief reasons rug wear out before their time Is the dirt that I* allowedto KEEN POSTPONED FROM OCTO liE It

y enhance gracefulves accumulate in them. Gritty dirt ground under the heels, ran shorten ELECTRIC
Edwards Jr., arrived Fri, the life of the best rug. Reduce the dirt.accumulation: by regular u". of IS TO OCTOBER 22
accent trim ankles! Joe ,
will be helping' prolong the life of .
visit with your cleaner, and you to your rug
for a
re !!na -resistant. loger- day of last week WATER PUMPS
Mr* Mae Edwards.Mr. ABOVE-TIIE FLOOR CLEANING. Most vacuom-eleaner manufae.
'aring because of;: high his mother. has been employedin turer* supply attachment for their cleaner for dusting and cleaning GOOD SPEAKERS!

{* twist.! In newest Edwards York for the past several furniture, woodwork, draperies radiator, clothing and the like Ash to BATH ROOMSF.
hion-righ' New have the attachment demonstrated for you. and b4! pore you try them 't'
ALL LOYAL DEMOCRATS; OF BRADFORD
.
months yourself. Some may seem more useful, to you than other You may not

Short need them all.Convenient. II. A. Plan No i
medium iI
long Zack Brown have COUNTY URGED TO A TrEND"TlIibt s
Mr. and Mrs. for bove-the-IIo01' cleaning are the email hand-type I

lengths returned from a wedding trip to cleaner we've tested and approved. Thee are light enough to be earned Down Payment.

'le roof North Carolina and Tennessee. about and used. with one hand. Hand-type cleaner are particularly useful
is
the only hos- AdvrrtlMcawaft r.M *W
for ByBRADFORD
recent marriage. upholstered furniture. Attachment other abovethefloor
their for cleaning
y ad that has both the I Mrs.Prior Brown to was Mrs. Edith cleaning jobs come with some cleaner of this.trpe. I -Three ''Years To Pay- i

Housekeeping guar- Moseley of ,Starke.Congressman Alo"effective for above-th-floor cleaning .hi the small-six tanktypeor J

'ee. and the' seal of the cylinder cleaner we' have approved for this kind of work. However w* ,For Information Mail COUNTY

ter Fabrics i Testing and Mrs. R; A. do not have on our approved list any of the tank-type or cylinder cleaner Post Card To
reau attend the coq l1ja- that are alao sold for rug and carpet cleaning. W. have not a* yet found DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
Green will any tank-type cleaner that meet xir requirements for'removing dirt f1'f1i1' \
.ionlng of the U. S. Naval'AirStation from rugs and earpete..W. feel that rag and carpet cleaning t* a vacuum I E. E. THEIS COMMITTEE

; in Jacksonville next Tuesday cleaner's mod Important function. There is no other way w* know of for

TERNBERG'S They were invited by Capt.C. a woman'fcer elf to keep her rug and carpets clean and lessen. the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. W. ii. Alexander Chairman 1,

P. Mason. new commandantof accumulation of destructive gritty dirt, except by .using a cleaner that ,I FLORIDA II IIt1
jtatlon. hat efficiency for this kind of work..
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In.: ; Tw III FARMERS': SECTION 'Election Clerks Named; Will Life Insurance Reinstate Men Co. I LIVE STATE ;

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S b HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL I Board Aids Cricket Fight Taken By Army DISPLAY CAR STOLEN E ; I; ;tF. '; i

COMMON SENSE. That business and professional! Perry,-One of the boldest TalJahSS9 ( I I) I
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1 I The Board of County Commissioners -circumstances be used to defray) burglaries ever pulled off In this I (' '
(
is, tt organizations are taking proposed $400;
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THK! AVOCADO TO AVOID RURAL FIRE I of Bradford County met the operating expenses of the by the "I/il"/ 0'1 1

1 One of the most Interesting/ and I Uncontrolled fire no matter October 7, In regular session with I market or for the purchase of I() conscription legislation very seri- of town last took week:place about Saturday midnight night whena I slon freed thp I"lor'dk" h,1 1 eo....,......,
'
: it'' J valuable tree fruits la the avocado where it breaks out, Is destructive the following members present; L.. products to be handled through or'' ously is evidenced by the fact new 1941 Ford sedan was stolen the WOI'ld( -, Fur hlblt I':

.5-4. ; or alligator pear. aa It uset to but a fire on the farm. Is perhaps L. Conner, Chairman, P. D. Reddish by the market. I' that many public spirited cor- from the display room of the I attachment ,, T"Inghouse a Itt i

Ilt be called The markets have offered most destructive of all. Mallory Thomas, R. S. Was- The purchase of a desk, and porations are not awaiting government Parker Motor Company, Fordi If'VII, .,d, h' "< \\\18";
sf fine quality fruit this eanon. For many years, insurance din and T. D. Dyal. office chair for the Clerk's Office I Blen", (
enlistments dealers in Taylor The Commission 'tmpanv
to speed county. car
appeals ,
taken this viewpoint w liotl,,
companies have -
to order M
The Board called
was was approved. 1'
I has not been recovered ing '
; and no on Ylor ;
avocados an easily digested In fixing their rates to Chairman and the minutesof but are patriotically preparing in"'IIII'1,, ,,
Good are the
by
: I Tom Edwards was allowed $5.00 I trace of it has yet been found. ; nor Cone. leiiv."i fr"m On
.. and high energy food, and cover property against fire losses I the Heeling of September30th. for emergency relief. to make it easy for their rant for < ,, State *

are rich and nutty tHaling1. Perhaps knowing that lack of modern firefighting 1 ., were read and adopted. A representative of the Florida I employee when conscription be- WI'A INCREASES: Manager Earl'the amOunt( '" E Wt
and firefighting W Ib:
favorite to serve equipment a ,
l he
way I County Agent, T. K. McClane, Times Union offered to sell the comes law. Jacksonville,-Authority to Increase I was found tha/ B"own "*<
In rural areas "J
a/ocado is the "halt shell. system 'h.
the
on
t the seed removed, Bpilnkled wlin leSKens the chances of extinguishing Jr., advised the Board that it I Board certain advertising space The first ,great Florida company WPA employment In Flor- 1 I not lift the ,,'Iph, betauk""","""ft<
would cost something like threeto In a special edition of said paperto to anticipate such govern- ida to 31,000 of funds of | :
salt and paprika and served on a fire before it does serious persons during October <(,
a lettuce leaf with rjuirters of damage or even consumes. the four hundred dollats to make be published soon devoted mental appeals is the Gulf Life obtained by State Administrator -
) mole cricket poison available to Blandlng and with head- TWO
mostly to Camp
lime A rather building. Insurance company Roy Schroder during THANKSGIUXG:; ;
.q lemon or spoon I' I ,
the farmers In the if the
than a fork is provided for eat. There's no doubt about a farmer County surrounding sections of the State. quarters in Jacksonville. I several days of conference with Ignoring the PreSident
United States furnished
I ing the fruit I being In a bad fix if flames break the materials.Department Mr. Mc-- The proposition was tabled. T. T. Phillips, president of national work officials at Washington ting ThanksgiVIng day In I!:

The avocado Is so good and so ,out in his home or barn several Clane stated that it would require The following applicants were Gulf Life, has Issued a state- will aid In speeding up ahead Governor one P \\\11.
t In the original state that miles from help and equipment.Bare approved for Widows Pension: M. ment to employes obligating the projects, it was announced at officially set ,h"W C*.
pretty about of the
; .Sl 4 it seems rather a shame to make I chimneys midst smoulderingruins mixture per forty acre-:: pounds and that the H. Moody Mrs. Geneva Prlngle company to reinstate in their the office of national defense 'vember 28th In the Slate for at' *.

4T4 it Into elaborate dlsheH. A few of what was once an attractive lands would be treated three Mrs. Anne Mae Gills, Mrs. Lula former position all of their men state headquarters here this week. ta. Having two P1ot

fairly simple suggestions follow. I farm home have often Edwards, Mrs. Maggie Norman who are called to the colors days In the stat 'Thunksg11'11Jg
times in succession in order to
Mtii told a story that should be a lesson :I Pearlie Williams, Mrs. Nona Dyal, under the draft act. The announcement CANny FACTORY OPENS sparable!' contU.'nn-,.-.' .. .cause_ fI(
\'cN'.ado l Cocktail Salad eradicate the pest. He was advised -
and a warning to every rural Mrs. Nanle Bell Lyles Mrs. Minnie bulletin says: Groveland,-The year as it did act vears"J" *
largest
j Use a medium size avocado to proceed with the assurance candy ployees ,
; family. Hodge Mrs. Lois Grlffls of t th, Q
cut in half lengthwise, remove that the Board would bear "The Gulf Life Insurance com factory In Florida began opera. IItah' and Pr"
With the idea of helping rural Mrs. Ida George, Mrs. Lollie enterprise "
to tion here last week under the direction celebratlnjl v
seed. and fill cavity with cat all necessary expenses. pany realizes Its responsibility -
t& families to their homes Ward W. Mrs. 28th while o\'elllbrr
protect Mrs. C. Rahme
tit i employees ,
cocktail sauce. Arrange on support all national defense preparations 0 s owner-manager, I"" the
fjup Mrs. George Mosley requested rid-
eral
shredded( lettuce and nerve with I and property we offer these suggestions assistance of the Board In defraying Minnie Wilson, and Mrs. Nellie and considers It a privilege .- Charles C. Walker, who has made one week Government will dYe tIiatl.
.
: Griffis. .
V ib: salted wnfters. to announce to all em- candy In all parts of the world. ea.l.erSeminole on O\'p
of medical
expenses a ( 21st.
'. % Don't take a chance with fire Mrs. Zettie Padgett was approved ployes of the company; that any Candy made from Florida fruits
; If the fruit Is large cut in animation and glasses for Ox-I
for one chance Is nil it needs to
'
I for Widows Pension for will be the
who called into the principal of
men are product
S. .. half-inch cubes arrange In cocktail home and daughter. upon motion and
destroy endanger
your 'only two children, the third child the which will
armed service of the United factory go under Indians
glanses and pour miuce over 'your life and the lives. of other the matter was referred to the
..' them. Diced celery onion, pepper members of the County nurse. J: named in the application being a States: whether it be.the national the name ( of "Tropical: Confec- To
tamlly.Don.t Register
:" grapefruit hearts and tomato leave papers and other The County Assessor of Taxes grand child with both parents guard, reserve corps or under tions." The factory will sell only
living and therefore not eligible enacted, ut wholesale.
the draft laws now being
combine well with avocado. ,
waste material in or around the presented his Tax Rolls for 1940, for Die Braves" of th*, Seminole
pension.The will be given leave of absence hit
A\ nulo l) '
<> -NHlnf
) which tribe,
house or burn so that they constitute were examined approved still technlcnly
k with full by the com OPEN ENLISTMENT: : OFFICE at I lI'ar
When an avocado is too ripe followlng appllcatlons were assurance the 11'1 ,
.. a fire menace. and accepted by the Board. United States
jYi to cut neatly rub a bowl with a If there's a flue, a stove, or a Mrs. (disapproved; D./ J. Phillips, Mrs. pany that their positions with Ocala-For those young men register for III'" gOing to
Carey Starling having
I cut: clove of garlic, mash It In the pipe In the home that Is faulty moved from the her Hattie Jones Lillie Kite, Jean- the company will be here when who are interested in enlisting: There are conscription 65 .
County name
bowl with a fork and add 1 egg and dangerous, don't use it until was stricken from the Pauper nette Stokes and W J. Goodge, they- return. in the U. S. Marine Corps, a ternoi'ary tribe In the Florida members of ,th..

.p yolk 1-4 teaspoon dry muntary you're sure it's all right. I There being no further business "The Gulf Life Insurance corns recruiting office has been subject to the draft EVerglldt<

1-2 teaspoon salt, and 2 table- Electricity has been Installed In Roll.The Clerk was Instructed to the Board adjourned to meet October pany is proud that we live in a | et up In Room 210, Post Office register at Dania IIho w.

spoons lemon Juice, and beat well. thousands of farm homes duringthe arrange for suitable advertise- IS, at 10:00: o'clock A. M. free country and, is ready and Building( ,. it was announced October 16. along re-ervatli with
.i 1 10 1
This dressing will keep well for past few years and while It ment to the voters of the County willing to do Its part to keep it here Saturday In a communication ployees of the Indian bureau.It

Iwo days. In therefrigerator.. is a boon to rural folks It must concerning the Constitutional Must Combat WeevilsTo that way; therefore, we say to from Sergeant Stanley Gordon Although the Seminole

Serve generously with fruits or be watched l and Inspected to be Amendment to be voted on in you men who may go In the near in charge of the office. The] been ended a century, the lI'ar hu

vegetables or on salad greens or safe. Be sure at all times that November relating to the terms Avoid LossesMost future to serve as members of (office r will remain open until October never has formally made t trill!
on head lettuce cut in pIIlt
quarters. every wire and every piece of of office for County Commissioner the armed forces of the United I 31. with the United States.
It may also be used as a sand ,I equipment that transmits electricity ). of Florida's bumper crop States, that we are behind you-

wich filling. I Is properly Insulated. An It was decided to meet October of corn has been harvested buta your jobs will be awaiting you BOREE FUNERAL
Another DroningWhat fourth of it will be HOME
exposed wire can cause a lot of destroyed when and wish
16th., at 10 o'clock A. M. for the you return we you
you need: 2 ripe avocados trouble. of the by weevils by next March unless the best of luck." Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 1S4
purpose revising Registration -
2 to 3 tablespoons chopped Store Inflammable materials Books. measures are taken to control We have added a late model AMBULANCE to our

sweet onion 3 tablespoons' lemon such as kerosene In a safe place. these pests. I BUS SCHEDULE with equlpmnl
juice, 1.2 clove The following Clerks and Inspectors special springs for easy riding."A .
garlic chopped Keeping a screened barrel of were appointed for the This warning t6 farmers to North Round HOME-LIKE
very fine 2 oz. red or green INSTITUTION": G. II. Bennett
peppers water or an extinguisher handyIs various Precincts In the Countyfor combat the weevils came from J. Leaves Starke 2:30: A. M., 12:30P. : Maiup

or canned pimento peppers, good insurance against fire the General Election to be R. Watson State Experiment Sta- M., 1:45: P. M., 6:10: P. :M.,
1
few chopped grains of teaspoon pepper. salt and a loss. If It wasn't the big industrial held November 5th., A. D. 1940; tion entomologist. 10:10: P. M.South

Peel and '' concerns and warehouses Precinct No. 1-Lavvtey I Fumigating for weevils," Mr. Bound '
mash avocados to
a
:, pulp. Add chopped onion, lemon I j wouldn't have them. J. S. Austin Clerk; Robert A. Watson said, "is one of the most Leaves Starke 2:20: A. :M., 10:20A. : STARKE PLUMBING CO.

Juice, salt, and :MIx I' To be on the safe side, inspect Blanchard, Luther Milliard andS. profitable operations on the farm, M., 2:20: P. :M. 5:20: P. M.

thoroughly. pepper. your home and other buildings H. Thompson. Inspectors. I yet large quantities of corn are (latter via Hawthorne).
Spread on bread cut
: : In varied shapes and freshly regularly in order to discover any Precinct No. 2-North StarkeJ. I destroyed every year as a resultof East Hound! Plumbing and Heating

: toaited. This Is excellent as an1 1 fire hazard and remove It. F. Klckliter, Clerk; C. R. farmers not taking steps to' Leaves Starke 1:35: P. M. for

appetizer, but is also delicious Finally, get together with your Cooper. R. A. Newsom and F. control weevils." I Camp Blandlng, Green Cove -SALES AND .INSTALLATION-
neighbors and organize a system Scott, Inspectors. I Springs, and 5:20: P. M. for
.
.. spread on cold cooked cuts of A'I If a farmer doesn't want to
-- for fighting fires. It's good bu i- Precinct No. 3-South StarkeR. Palatka, etc. REPAIR WORK
veal, pork, or chicken. ness for such a to In fumigate his entire crop, he can I A SPECIALTY!
group chip F. Demorest,"" Clerk;\ E. D. set aside that which he intends to : Went Bound
and l buy .some equipment too. Jones E. A. Drown and J. D. Leaves Starke 5:35: P. M. to
"* feed the I
during next month
.. S Illness No Excus It's good Insurance against fire. Bowers Inspectors. j two or up to Christmas leaving or Tallahassee, etc., and 11:00: A. M. A. J. PeDicer ProprietorPHONE

r For Not Registering I Prerlnrt No. 4-Graham !the shucks on It and storing it in I to Lake City etc ,

SAMPSD1V- CITY- H. M. Wasdln Clerk; J. H. a cool _Disci. All corn_ to h. <* kent NOTE: Notify bus depot 30 minutes -
up n -- --- -
S Illness will not excuse anyone\ By M";' Will I* Dyal l Surrency George Rivers and Christmas however should rafter ,' before 'bus arrival for free 147

eligible for selective Carl Jones Inspectors.Prerlnrt be fumigated.For pick-up service.CONWAV'S .
service
from Located
: In
Mrs. W. H. Smith made a business No. Hampton I SERVICE STATION Building Behind Conway's Service Station
: registering October 16. according storing and fumigating
to State Director H. P. trip to Jacksonville Friday T. C. Chastain. Clerk; M. M. I Agents and Bus Depot
Daya. I Horace Varnes has returned corn to protect it from weevils, .
Any man prevented by illness Mutchett. G. P. WadHWorth Jr., the Experiment Station entomolo-
from appearing before home from California where he and G. W. Rahme, Jr.. Inspectors. I'I
a registration gist offers the
following:
has been suggestions
for 18
employed months. I>rlnot No. 6 ..
: board .rt'NKa
must have
a competent -i I :
r: person apply to the chief Mr. and Mrs. K: D. Jones H. D. May Clerk; D. W. Moore,
visited relatives In Palatka Sunday Build a good, tight crib of
and Cleveland
Henry Hardy Sullivan -

an registrar registrar for In permission.his case,to Daya'act I, Mr.. and Mrs. Graves moved to Prerlnrt. Inspectors.No. 7 New RiverM. cool staunch spot, matched such as the lumber north in side a

explained.Those in quarantine or too sick.1 I Starke this week.E. F. Wiggins-, Clerk; M. L. of a large tree or in the shade II YOu'RE lOOKING FOB! UMIkSHere's I Ir

to be registered are required D. Jones, Horace Varnes Johns E. L. Kelly and S. L. of a large barn. The crib should!

;. present themselves to their local to and .1. S. Thomas made a business Crews, Inspectors. have double walls, with tar paper I
I trip to Jacksonville Mon between walls, and its windows
Precinct No. Brooker
boards or notify the boards "
soon as they can be registered.as day. R. B. Thomas Clerk; Newn C. and doors should fit snugly so Your IOOKIMDM
A physician's certificate or other :( Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn of Mott. I. S. Fowler, and Lloyd I that it will be as nearly air tight a

_ competent evidence Is necessary I'Hampton were visitors In Sampson Dyal Inspectors. aa possible. '.'"' 1 ,,,-,,,- .,....;i...., _
5' to prove valid cause for failureto 'I Saturday afternoon. The Board was advised that Don't make the crib too large-.

register on the October 16 Mrs. Shi Smith and Mrs. DoeWarren the building now used by W. P. no larger than necessary for an T-L ,, .....'-.v"

date set by law.; of Starke were visiting A. and State Welfare Offices average crop-as the amount of .
!
I
Baya also announced that about relatives here Sunday afternoon. : would have to be vacated( by No- |'I: fumigant, carbon bisulphide, necessary -5- .

; 100 Florida physicians to be appointed mendatlon of Governor Cone, will I vember 1st., and several Inquiries'' will depend on 'the size I

: medical examiners by be asked to give their time to having been made from time to of the crib. It requires as much -w4 ;_

: President Roosevelt on rocora-1 examine registrants. time as to possible locations for I I carbon bisulphide to fumigate acl'lb ., J__. 5, s.---j-r'-z.e.. eee''e .X ,.:
:
!
these agencies the Board went on I with a bushel of corn as It 21t I- :

record as requesting the American [ does, for a crib that is full. _,,
--
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Legion to allow the use of the Don't build the crib Irv the barn,

My "Many Yearn. Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render Community Building on West Call as the fumigant constitutes a fire > "

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Street during the .day time for haz-ird: It also is difficult to '. 5 r

S MODERATE PRICES thin purpose until other suitable keep rats away from It under y V' : _

DeWITT C. JONES quarters can be located. these circumstances. Place the _,, ., _
The local Postal Telegraph crib on pillars and place over

Starke, Florida Agency requested room In the each pillard an Inverted l dish pan THRILLING NEW ,..
8 .J I County Court House for its office I!lor similar vessel to protect it _

for the time being the request -J j from rats. BIGNESSIn _ _ I
All
I Mojor Dlmenilani "S'
H was denied. I Shuck the corn place it in< the

Several Inquiries coming to the 'crib place carbon bisulphide In NEW LONGER .u -"

near I from time to time from open shallow dish or sprinkle It on WHEELBASE jg1 j

ipRBFTM various sources such as the State burlap sacks hung over the corn, I/1

1H Welfare Board Office the W. P. I and then shult crib tight for 24 LONGER LARGER _. / ylIgI

A. Office. School Cafeteria Office I hours. Carbon blsulphld Is highly WIDER FISHER BODIES

etc., for office space In the Inflammable and all fire or coal With N. CraftVentilation :
County Court House the Board t[' should be kept from It. One I t's t the I longest, largest, most luxurious car the leader has ever b bOIl

I went on record as denying said pound of carbon bisulphide is sufficient with *
Do Your Trading It LUXE KNEE-ACTION 3" more wheelbase and roominess" oil se
"three-couple
space to any agency other than for 100 cubic feet of crib.
those operating under the County ON AIL MODELS models with dashing new and a new beautfleading
_ where 6 WHh "Aristostyledesign
pieces Rogers Silverware are governing bodies save only and 1120 KALJKH Balanced Springing
OF : I end
COTTON :
_______ given away with every $40 in trade excepting the Draft Boards and:or, Jacksonville.-Sea Island cotton Front and Stiackpraal Rear, and Stoning.Improved Body by Fisher. found only on Chevrolet and h.19 h er-p need

I or certificates. agencies In connection with the ginned In Florida Parade : ttel'
last week totaled along the
_ _ Are ILc.iee.n.d !selective avenue in.thl. sparklIng beauty and you II ttwar"
conscription for the 1120 bales the state mar- 90H.P.VALVEINHEAO"VICTORY" eye for the new l941 Chevrolet l la the that e\
smartest car
_ I IS Cask If SMITH'S Armed forces of the United keting bureau radiator
GARAGE announced. Of the ENGINE ornament ha Style Car of the United States!
_____________ ou thoo.e States Government; which said total. Leesburg Performance thuS
reported 49 bales economic"
_________ STARKE FLORIDA Draft Board and or Agencies. are ginned and Ocala the remainder. ORIGINAL VACIJUMChevrolet's; record-breaking- en more road powerful and even more Rwin4 *mrtm(' !.
action' ot 'last I .
extended the use of the Prices POWER AT NO IX'IA "the year
County for No. SHin smoothest
-" 1 line went as steadiest ride of all." with De
Court House at any and all high as 34 cents a pound at both Built, Only Chevrolet LUlie Knee-Action and balanced springing front rill''

times as 'are required for Its towns, with seed cotton ranging Build. .II and rear on all models I ,. Of

HOTEL LEAMINGTON workings.G. N. Norman j from seven to nine cents a pound. SAFE-T-SPtCIAl But, come, you be the judge ot the new 19..1 flt1 i4J1;to !,5
was placed on At Live Oak. No. 1 to grade sold Chevrolet! Eye It-Try
It-Buy It! v.vf
See
the Pauper Roll at $2.50 per for as high 34 HYDRAULIC BRAKES and faithfully how finely C Ji:
as It
cents
a pound
: N E. 1st Streetat iscayne Boulevard month. J' designed to be fi"t again In J
'j| and No. 1 grade for 32 cents. Hut, HHH>Y mar ufitanrftit popular favor popular demand! 1 e

Overlooking Uayfront Park and Biscayne Day An Inquiry was received from camfoff, Mfaty mnd t
the State Marketing Director for PEIML. 1.400 convnc/ ,. feature. Two-on. ",aiM' <.*.
MILES 0. all$,.""" 0. I.u_ mod.op''o, Sfl',," '"'a
Opposite Union Bus StationS certain information concerning an r Lake Wales.-Carrying their

appropriation of $50000 placed In own camping equipment two boys. EYE ( .
j' .' IIAII FLORIDA the current budget of expenditures I-I[Curtis and Robert McDonald. 18 1 ;i'iT' Ir! ij.j tii

: i ; One Block From Shopping District And Amusements Farmers for Market.an addition The Clerk to the was completed and 16 years a 1.412-mile old respectively journey by, BIff iii i i vi _

: : SUMMER directed to advise the Director bicycle on arrival here last week.
RATES UNTIL DECEMBER that this
money was appropriatedonly The two lads came to Florida to

'? t Sinele Room with J1I1Ut-St.iO: ; Double Room "Ub l1alh--' .OO for an addition to the market visit an uncle and carried their

V \c4 _ In the way of additional facilities own. camping equipment on a Torode Co

4,,. ; MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL I such as additional platform trailer weighing 135 pounds. They Chevrolet

;; 1 space and auctioneer block, and averaged from :50 to 80 miles a
: I that same could not under any day.
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Lawtey Methodists Will Observe BROOKERBy HIGHLAND Lake Saturday, October 5. The Dobbs were visiting Mrs Roy McKinney :

Bob Jones By Miss firth ttbnherly boys made the trip on a truck. Friday. .
50th
Anniversary And Mrs. L. L. Parker
HomecomingThe When they arrived at the Lake, Hubert Kelly left Friday for
Rev. Ivan Bohannan returned, to after selecting a site for their
Play Was .\ Success Plant City after staying; awhile .
Here Grace
Methodist i
nments On will Church at "Sunday morning, October 20, The faculty of the Brooker his home at Russell. Saturday camp, some of the boys went with Mrs. Inca Kelly and family.
Hereafter Lawtey celebrate Its 50th will be the Golden Jubilee Service after conducting: a revival meetIng swimming while others exploredthe
d with Junior High School wishes to Mr. and Mrs. C. C
Crosby,
Anniversary a day of Home-
when we hope to add SO percentto at the Highland Baptist surrounding woods. Later.
the writer thank all those who helped In Mrs Evelyn Mrs. '
activities Crosby, Nona
coming
feW days ago on Sunday October our membership and will honorall Church the past week. they enjoyed a delicious supper I
of sadness 13. to make the play "Two Dyal and MIss.Arsula
The
feeling Rev H. CHar- anyway Crosby were
i who have reached their Golden cooked over the fire. The
d Mrs. J. R Smith, Cecil Smith camp
certain fortyeights To Marry" which was in Grandin
aw man, din district superintendent Days presented Wednesday.
will Jubilee Year, Mr. Hazzard said. Roy Smith, J. L. and Junior boys who made the trip were as
died of a snake bite deliver the Anniversary Friday nIght a success. Mr and Mrs. Alton Dobbs
old sermon Trustees with follows: Lamar Whidden. Bernard and
of the church are R. Smith spent Sunday here
in a religiousIce Rev. H. Hazzard they I An unusually large crowd at-
received of little daughter. Eloise
pastor / and Mrs.
he
'h R. Thede. J. H. Moore, Hal Edwards friends. Jordan, Charles Thornton, Robert
been quite a tended the performance and allugl'eed
There has Lawtey Church, announces that a Jimmie Leslie Inez Kelly were visiting relativesand
Markham, Bradley,
this strange, wild basket lunch will be and G. W. Roberts. that they had been givenan Mrs. R. C. Griffis and daughter
deal of served Sun- Gene Jim l 011. friends at the State Farm
Cope.
I fanaticism In certain day on the church lawn. The aft- Stewards are Mr. Thede andA. evening full of fun and enter- Myrtice of Lawtey visited relatives -i Bradley Sunday.

..leap of the country for the ernoon session at 2 o'clock will H, Harley, Mrs. E. M. Bennett tainment. Besides the play an here Sunday.Mr. I Frank Jordan, Delbert Crews. i
Cecil Prince Jim- Mr and Mrs.
tone Bradley Geiger, Floyd Crosby attended
The Idea that a 1 Include remarks by former Mrs G. W Roberts Miss action song furnished by ten and Mrs. Roy Griffis and I -
few years.istian pas- mie Brown Godwin, Joe Town- the birthday dinner the
can pick up a poisonous fbrs., and a highlight at this time Enza Blanchard. Mrs. L. H. Hill small boys and g ris. furnished Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Dinkins of I home of Mr. at
send. They were accompaniedby and Mrs. John Mc-
and be bitten without reBring will be the reading of the church Mrs W. F. Moore, Mrs. C. Dink- amusement with their Interpretation Lawtey attended church services
fl Injury is supposed to history by L. H. Hill, Ins, Mrs. J. H. Moore, and Mrs. of, "The Rheumatlz." the ,here Sunday morning.L. Scout Master Bryan Whitfield Cormick of RaLford Sunday.Mr .

based any on the Scripture: "They Beginning Monday night, the R R. Thede. several rhythm and tap dances J. Norman returned to Mlms and the Rev L. A. Shepherd. and Mrs. Jessie Vinning .

III take up serpenand\ It Rev. R, S. Skelley of Lady Lake I..B, Cody Is superintendent of; given by John E. Irving were of Sunday after spending Saturdayhere Sunday School Party of Lake Butler were visiting: Mr. ''f
I It much Interest also. The with his family Mrs. L. A. Shepherd entertained and Mrs. J. N. Kelly recently :
drink any deadly thing will assist Mr. Hazzard In a series the Sunday School, and Wright ; money "J, I
hurt them; they shall of Anniversary services to be held received from the play wllk be Billy Marr of Mlms visited relatives her Sunday School class Miss Arsula Crosby was visiting
not is
McGarity
I hands on the sick, and they every night except Saturday. worth president of the Ep-] used to paint the inside of the here Saturday ,composed of the young people of Miss Betty Crosby of New River

i recover," and also upon the League. school building which was to Leonard Strickland of Ft Ben- the State Farm with a weiner Friday night.

II he mak- $118. ning, Gu.. Is visiting at the home roust given at Garland Godwin's
that Paul, when was cost I Mrs J R. Kelly and children
a fire, was bitten by a reptile Mormon Youths out to give information about the I Hallowe'en ('Rrnh al of his. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L, home Wednesday evening, October Kathryn and Robert Lloyd, attended

ch he shook off into the fire Now In Starke Mormon church. On Saturday, October 26, the Strickland.Mrs. 2. the miscellaneous shower
Hie those who stood by exited Dalebout stated he began his Brooker P.-T. A will sponsor a Nelson T. Green and chil-I The guests' were served baked given for Miss Ida Mae Andrewsof

him to die from the poison Considerable curiosity has been mission In Holland In 1938. labor- Hallowe'en Carnival There will dren 'of Starke were visitors here bean\ coffee and lemonade along Lake Butler Friday

fthe reptile. Paul did not die aroused locally In the past few' Ing In Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and be for sale, the customary hot Saturday. I with their hot dogs. I Friends of J. R. Kelly will\ regret -

naturally the people wond-I weeks by the two young missionaries ,several small cities during a nlne- dogs, hamburgers, coffee, cake, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fanning were Members of the class who enjoyed to learn that he Is confined

Why They recognized thatI of the Mormon Church who months stay. He can give you and the usual booth., the fishpond In Lawtey Saturday. r this delightful occasion! to his home because of illness.
did I the full facts C. M. Grlffls was u business, Garland Godwin, Joe Allen
I had something they ''have established headquarters: I II about the presentwar I to.tune'telllnlC, African were
i have ( here and are holding services. in Europe having been forcedto I Dodger. There will be a senior visitor to Starke Friday. | Lander, Frank Crews Ralph Dudley RISING

Christians should keep In mind every Sunday morning and nightat return to America among approximately king and queen, who will be selected N. B. Blocker of Lakeland was Marion Crews, Herbert Crews -
visitor here Sunday. By IJr. II. II. Lewis
700 Mormon elders a I and the Misses Lorene Moncrlef,
I we walk by faith and not by the residence of Callis Man from the Brooker Junior
the Bible was when, the war started. School or from the students \Vm. Austin and K. L. Gilner Melverna Thornton. Mar garet
High
t When ning on Madison Avenue. The Rev and Mrs. E. L. Gal-
shell the days of "signs"lie I attending senior high school elsewhere left Tuesday for Brunswick Ga., Strlngreilow and Mary Townsend, t etlne of Jacksonville spent Wed.i i
I They are Harold A Dalebout, to be several days
gone ( Others present were Miss Dorothy
to an end. God's Word is 21, of Ogden Utah anti Robert Western Union also any young lady or L Tanner of Lawtey was a Green of Starke, Mr. and Mrs.J nesday with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. d
who wishes enter
need Jesus to
[the guide we now. ; young man Lewis
Sylvester of Richfield, Utah, both Installs visitor here Tuesday. .
ll wicked and adulterous UpToDateEquipment the contest do so whethershe ,, O Godwin, the Rev. L. A
may
A of them elders
of the church who Mrs. Luther Harrell spent the ;.
and Mrs. J. M.
Mr.
! seek(>th after a sign." or ho be In school or not Shepherd
eratlon gave up two years from their HereThe week-end with Mr, and Mrs. R.
n-seekinj? indicates the fact I chosen upon paying the entrance fee of FIolA. STATE FARM Hitch and Jimmie Brown Godwin.
professions to accept M. Crosby.
a
lour generation is wicked and local Western Union officeIs one cent each,' as. all contestantsmust By Miss Mary TownsendNew
missionary assignment. .
SUNNY BROOK FARM Miss Mary Powell of Starke
Paul was not looking do.
bllerous At the present time approximately now In the "big time" class Officer Installed spent the week-end with Miss H.
[serpents. He was not making 3.000 missionaries, mostly having recently changed over to The Junior king and queen The State Farm Women's Club lly MliM. Arsnlii Crosby Crosby
jemonstratlon of his Immunity: will be selected from the sixth
young boys and girls of the held its first of the
new
meeting
|il I was looking for sticks toe church are in the field teleprinter operation to replace grade down to any small child.If Mi'', and Mrs. W. R. Halalop Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner
serving club the club house Tuesday
at -
e fire. He was following I Morse operation In order to take any parents wish to enter their year and lion, Fred Halslop, and Donald were visiting Mr and Mrs. Mack i!'
generally two missions of
year over October 8. Highlights
details of his care of increased business from 1 Kelly spent Sunday In Lake McArthur of Hellbronn Springs)
duty as
i routine all parts of the world. They I Starke and Camp Blanding. This children, please send the required the meeting were the Installationof
Christian Paul was fee of Hutler. Sunday afternoon.
member
radical cent to some
one ,
either pay their own way, or are method of operation Is much the club officers and a lunch-
ed by God to do a special School Liz/.le and Mrs Miss Ruth Lewis of Jacksonville
up sponsored by their patents givingup faster and more accurate than the facultyof, Brooker as eon served! In the club dinningroom. Mrs. McKinney
k. God would not let any-i their respective positions. the old method, to H. the entire contest for king and Bowls of beautiful radiance Eunice Wilson of Slarke spent was visiting her mother, Mrs. "

g stop Paul until his work I When their service Is completed S. Richardson, commercial according queen is being managed by the roses, coral vine and maidenhair the week-end with 1 Mrs Arie Bert Shaw, Sunday

done. Paul said that Satan' they do not go back to a chapelor resentative of the who rep- teachers. Miss Flora Alice Edwards fern decorated the luncheon r Blown and Mrs. Nona 1>yal.I Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Thomas

1 hinder him but Satan did not church but to do their Jobs. was here last week.company and Mrs. Melva Harrellare table. The mantle over the huge Mr, and Mrs. Marcus. Conner of LaCrosse spent part of last

him and remain active In the church. In charge of the Senior And rustle fireplace In the club room I spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs week with Mrs. Thomas' parents
his spectacular' manifestation They are not the frock-coated The teleprinter system will\ also Junior king and queen respectively was artistically decorated with O E, Crosby of New River. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis

many of these wild, exceed- psalm-singing type you may havein within be Installed the next at ten Camp islanding coral. vine and fern. Many other I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly: Mrs, L. L. Conner and daughter -

Iy fanatical meetings Is a di- mind, and they don't kneel and days with a New Officers KIcrKHl beautiful flowers were arranged and daughters, Vonclle and Shirley Etna, of Gum Branch spent a
direct line to Jacksonville. A
violation of the Word of God shout for. your "soul. They are new line will also be built from The Sunday School elected the about the club room. of Pine Level, were visitingMr. Friday with Mr and Mrs. H, H
shalt not tempt the Lord
|iou officers and teachersfor Lewis.
following The social committee composedof Kelly's brother-In-law and
Goil. For a Christian to and Is bitten by a and the Starke office to Camp Bland-
serpent the next association. year: Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, chairman sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
Ing in order to facilitate the
up a rattlesnake and let the It Is God's will to restore him Lonnie L. Parker and little Wynne Hanford,
son
J
Superintendent ; ; Mrs. J, A. Uovier, Mrs Ft'Iday.
bite him to show that he God do It. It is handling of telegraphic communications -
ke can certainlynot T B. Plnhol t(>r. Assistant sup- O Godwin, and Mm, J. E. Towns-, Mr and Mrs. J. N. Kelly spent Sunday with Mr. Thomas'
not be Injured is, according to God's will for men, as longas Miss Joellu were Mr. and Mrs. Bob
erintendent; Barry send, served a delicious luncheon parents r
relatives In Ralford Sunday
writer's mind, a direct viola- they are In the flesh to attempt Several thousand dollars are secretary; and Miss Martha Lee Mrs Robert Kite, the retiring visiting Thomas of LaCrosse.
of God's command "Thou to demonstrate their im being In this connection, ,
spent
1I"
1 Elam Lewis and daughter
Rhlmes, assistant secretary; Truby president> and Mrs. L. F. Chapman .
not the Lord to make and the Western Union has 101,". W C. Ward and children,
It i tempt thy munity against poison or Plnholster, adult teacher: Mr*. the new president, were Agnes, were visiting Mr. and
.' God has power to heal. If any other religious egotistical dis brought in 14 employes to set up I Edna Crews, young people's; Mr. presented with lovely corsages of Mary Ella and Joyce, spent Sat Mrs. E. C Lewis Sunday after
[Christian is God's will of the operation. urday with Mm. Henry Howard
[ doing play spiritual power. Charles Hardy, Sr., Intermediates; rose buds and fern.

.. .... Mrs. Minnie Rhlmes, juniors; Miss About thirty-five members and of Hellbronn Springs noon.Mrs. E. C Lewis returned last
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.S Lubedla Plnholster, primary; Mrs.L. guobla were piesent. Randolph Crosby of Jacksonville week after spending some time s

: L. Parker, beginners; Mrs. H. Roy ttrout Hike spent the weekend with his par- with her son-in-law and daughter.

H. Howard "a n d Miss Agnes The State Farm cloy Scout ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mott of

: "ONE OF THE SOUTH'S GREAT STORES"867 *.. Rhlmes. assistant teachers. So Troop enjoyed a trip to Crystal Mrs Nona Dyal and Mia Alton Brooke.

don't forget each Sunday mornIng -
_..
-- at 10 o'clock all are Invitedto
: ..-'>"W '" '
"
/ 191/1 f) : : :_. # attend.
: : : :. Mrs, Will Andrews of New
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. .... .. River Mr. and Mrs.
"> ; '-.. was visiting
\.i 0(0
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.
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. .,, o'> ""''' "" ). .. Leslie Green Monday.
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. ... '\...<:' ''e.. Mrs V. V. Hazen. Mrs L. A. "hi .
.
QW "' ':..
. i Brown and Mrs. Fred Hazen attended -
. .
. .... ."" !\.. ".,. I the picture show In Starke ++a .
.
afternoon.Mr. .
t S. > : Monday
I r '.
::4 Y r "'j, .. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley

: i ",j_ 11.I '\ e : ;of Mellow were the dinner guest
:. ,, .. \ .. of, Mrs. Florence Varnadoe Sun- 1,

. akYy ? : !day. _
i i <
.
. ., .
l' "$ ... Mrs. T. B Edwards hall returned -
: t' \\, '
. l' ** to her home here aftera wfr4ed

: j ," ",1 4 t r ij Nt'1L ,:;4,. .*.. several weeks visit with her \

. f f.J4 Ii' .. I daughter In Palmetto. Mrs. Ham- ,
. : ft. *
. .f' ilton came with her.

: I $i.l t Mrs. Guy Harrell Is visiting relatives

. il In Palmetto this week.

i V : Mrs. Sanford Rltch and son,


: Everybody Everywhere I t tj with Gene, her of Rulford parents, ,spent Mr, last and week Mrs.L. l"1 .

! ::11 A, Brown. J4F;

Mr. and Mr*. G H. Parker and
: family of Gainesville spent last t


j 1 (is invited to shop and save in week Guy with Hart'ell relatives and T.here.B. Edwards:

were visiting in Palmetto Wednesday -

: \ t .
:. Mr. and Mrs Irvin Williams

: I \\L-rn : of St Augustine were week-end

: U guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred


O gt Hazen.Mm. Rail Green has been visit-
tl!

I \ ing Miss relatives Jeanette In Jasper.McGauley of

Melrose spent Saturday and Sun-

: day with her sister, Mrs. Roy

: % Green.

Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of


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. ;Mrs. O. 1'. CronbyMr

: ; *: I and Mrs. Marcus Conner

: .J"-6- of Sunny brook farm were dinner
. ., : \J' t
. ik ; ..po,,> v.. guests of Mr. and Mm. O. K.:
. I l" : Crosby Sunday.

: \ 1Beginning; '!. \ I Mr. and Mrs. O E. Crosby and ,
. '0 '+" family of this section attendedthe M.
. ", '-"' : I wedding of Miss Ida Mae Everywhere Coca-Cola has a '

: : 14t-'lth' Andrews Saturday night at her

Mon4ay, Oct. home in Lake Butler. reputation for quality. Four
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and gen-
,
", ,. ;1 Mr Johns' mother and Sherman
< ...i : erations have known and enjoyed
__ Crosby of this section were visitIng
: ..
.. in Gainesville Sunday.

. See Cohen's Special 16-Page Anniversary | Sunnybrook Mr. and Mrs.farm J_were R. Kelly visiting of f. this drink. Millions of times a day,


Mr. and Mrs. O )0;. Crosby Thursday I people the world over experiencethe

Sale Edition in Sunday's Times-Union : night,

J. L. Johns and O. E. Crosby thrill of its
.. taste and the happy e
business I
.. were transacting n .

; Starke Miss Monday.Melba Moody was visiting refreshed feeling that follows. 5 h


i For Your Convenience Entire Store i| Lake Robert Butler Brooks Monday.of Sandervllle, ,

. Ga., was visiting Mr. and Mrs. THE PAUSE THAT R E F R
O'Clock |
Open Monday Night Until 9:00 O. N. Moody and family Monday. t ttb
i
Quite a number from this sec- BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of Till COCA-COLA CO. BY

. tion attended Mrs. Johns birth- STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

. <. day dinner Sunday I ,"' .
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1, This! scene of activity Is glimpsed from, the rear end of the Seaboard Air Line's

more if we were actually at war. But Japanese -J depot here Crossing the track la a truck loaded with part of the 74,000,000 feet
The Bradford County Telegraph build Blanding, Between 20 and 35 car-
newspapers, which are government of lumber that will be required to Camp
loads of lumber are hauled away from the Seaboard's siding here every day.
controlled and inspired, have said that she
H..tlAbll..hNl l 1877MEMBER
.. does not regard such American aid to: 2. Here are a few of the hundreds of shiny carbide, lamps being used by night shiftson

Britain as the destroyer trade, as a belligerent the Camp Blandlng construction work In order to complete the $10COOOOOproject
? FLoRInPRESS ASSOCIATION 1 It will be necessary to utilize every minute of the 24-hour
if\,,. \ act. In other words, Japan, despite by January
W day Recognize the man? lie's E. W. McDonald who worked< here several years
"t .. the obvious anger of her military men, certainly
( \ twa4d 7 t rttda' ago with the Starke Dry Cleaners t
hasn't shown an eagerness to fight.
4 I.. MaIl1.e\\ _..___ __.____ raptor and OwnerIiUUSCUU..ION lines
JB. ? 3. No. These" men aren't digging a ship canal.It'B. to be one of the huge sewer
(i", l And if she did go to war with us, it would !
to accommodate a military city of 40000 soldiers. Workers shown here
; RATE obviously be impossible for her to get sig- necessary
a are only a small portion of those now employed at the camp. By the middle of
++ 'Tearry, *1.\0(); M\ Month. 75c: -Payable Advance! nificant aid from her allies long as England
so
: November It is estimated that an army of 6.0CO laborers will be on the payroll.
;\dr tltlng Kale' Application i is and, the
fighting on- military experts \\r
4. Starke's housing shortage doesn't worry this pair. aa long aa warm weather con-
here
are coming to the conclusion thatEngland's
tlnuf-s. They are typical of the many workers who are eating and sleeping In the
'
Who In To Tell
Us
+ Japan is
position getting stronger every sand hill area around the Camp reservation. Food, bedding, and personal belongings .
Where To Gel Off?
L, day. are stored In the rear end of the truck behind the men. Y

One of the' queerest quirks in this very Unanswered question so far is what effects
5. The fact that contractors and engineers are struggling with a thousand and one .
queer present-day world of ours is the fact this new pact will have on Russian
problem Involved in Camp Blanding construction doesn't seem to bother these
that the pugnacious little country which recently policy, and that may turn out to be the
bOYB- bit. They are regular Army troops, part of a service command sent to
<<: joined hands with Germany and Italyin most important question involved. Unof-
Blanding from Fort Bragg N. C. They are charged with the responsibility of

threats against the United States is almost ficial Soviet spokesmen were shocked. For guard duty, policing, and handling supplies. Right at this moment their biggest

: entirely dependent upon us for its economic the differences between Russia and Japanare worry seems to be piloting their Improvised sail boat over the waters of Kings-

survhal. completely irreconcilable so far as any ley Lake.

A domestic embargo against Japanese one can see now, and Russia favored Chinain

silk would be ruinous that No the Far Eastern Some
to country. war. experts are

economic authority in the government believes hazarding the guess' that this pact may City ParkLooks,: Better These Days; I Building Continues To Be

that Japan could survive economically negate the German-Soviet pact of last year. It's History Briefly Reviewed
-
for a year if American purchases of silk If that should happen, Germany would have Localltes passing the "city" )I Meanwhile the Starke Village Headline News In Starke

were abandoned. Yet we go on, blithely supporting lost far more than she has gained. She park on Church Street are much Improvement Association became

an enemy that has bared its fangs would be confronted with the possibility of surprised these days to witness I successively the Mothers' House building,. repairing, ,remodeling for rental purpose bekjJ:
its neat appearance Most striking Club, the School and Civic Club and additions continued Walnut Street I'IIIdtTh&
present
and clearly manifested its ill-boding intentions another enemy-and an enemy which is feature, though In the six,I and In 1906 was merged Into the In high gear this week a surveyof new house will, front onr

I t toward this country. potentially extremely strong, even though its green and white cement benches r Starke Woman's Club I The the town yesterday showed. Street 1-1.. II. Stroll! Q li

: What happened to that brave start badly disorganized., placed about the grounds, Woman's Club has a park committee The people of Starke, to make charge of th. construction.
The "city" 15'lIet apart by quo. of which all seven park for
room
newcomers, are doing The T A Brinson how
made by a few women's organizations some If the axis friends thought the new tatlon marks beeauae this beautiful trustees are members. .everything from screening prochea Starke landmark, on the D''

x' lime ago to renounce silk stockings in favorof agreement would throw a scare into this 3 1-4 acres! of green grass and Actually the park Itself paid ; to building garage apartments east corner of Walnut and 1

cotton? It seems to us that now, as never country, resulting in our reverting to a more!tall stately long to-"the i loaf pines does for the new' benches SouthernBell and still persons are turned away son Streets In being palatal"
not belong city at all. Telephone"and Telegraph I daily for lack of housing facili minor repairs made Wall
before is the time to revive the laudable neutral attitude, they were greatly mis When the' Telegraph's reporternoticed whose '
wires pass by one side of ties. Two trucking' concerns !gan Wednesday Mr Br
movement. Otherwise, American women taken. Washington's response was that, if I the park Improvementsand the park, received permission! hauling timber ; and II me rock ,stated that In some ca.'IeI1

are reversing the old adage about biting the anything, the agreement would result in net out to find the facts, Mrs. from the trustees to cut several from the local depot to Camp''necessary to burn the old |
N. D. Walnwi' Sr,
ight, really sot' park trees that this
were causing Blanding week established off,
hand that feeds you-They are feeding the giving even more aid to Britain. So one him straight, trouble
I with overhanging limbs. their private gasoline and ser- Remodeling. of ihe old An
band that threatens to bite them result of the pact may be to benefit England It seems the block was given,I' This timber was sold for enoughto vicing stations here. Floreu home (sometimes a

Time magazine says that it is the in her war with two of the pact's some Bradford 50 years County's ago, first to Staike woman's and install the benches. I J. W Conner and Sons, Tampa the W E. !Uuugherty how

three signatories.Next The park, according to the :company operating dozens o f Cherry Street IR expected It
organization. "The Starke Village
private opinion of the State Department in
: trucks hauling within another
original terms llmerock from Seaboard
of the deed, can completed
l'' thing to watch for now is what Improvement Association i
Washington that the GermanItalianJapancse and never be sold, I sidings here to the camp weeks. The high old now
r' was owned by several persons rented leased or
r
Fact the Spain does. The axis is using every pres- I Monday completed work on buildIngs completely remodeled Inside
was diplomatic blunder of prior to this time. Actually theland used for anything but a park, or
sure to enlist her as their ally, but Franco, was \ I and equipment that makes out, and a bathroom ImtalW
the deededto.seven trusteesof
that it
age. They reason dropped the it reverts to the original owners up their and downstairs., 1
headquarters, parking stairs
1 with a war-weary nation on his hands, is the Association, and only one I Time was, Mrs. I
? mask of totalitarian indifference toward the of the original Wainwright said, yard gasoline and servicing station Beeco of North Carolina
: seven trustees remains -
United States. It ended United States iso- still dodging. alive today she Is Mrs. J. when entertainment the park was the center of at the foot of North Water leased It and will open!
in Starke, with Street on Road 48. C. B Conner rooming and boarding hoUifMrs.
,. lationism. It vindicated the United States L. Fiazee. Fourth of
July celebrations
i barbecues has
hut
personal!
charge of the L SaW
op- M.
The trustees of the
policy of all''aid to Britain short of war. You Needn't Learn The Names appoint a successor when park one would of''I etc. parties, band concerts, erations. The other trucking completed construction of a''

And, most important of all, it made necessary Of Presidential Electors their number died and today the (when Up It finally until several rotted years ago! company, Brice Brothers,' have and porch addition\ to her t
down
r a long six months of State Department There is no need to tax your memory seven members are Mis N D. had to be removed) there wasa and erected constructed a a store house and across the street from Ala the Si I
'
gasoline the
pump on plant
Wainwright, Sr. chairman Mrs Ice Company
"education" of United States public with trying to remember the names of the J, L. Fruzee Mrs. W. E. Middle- area.band"And stand In the center of the southeast corner of the Intersection ment walk from the frontto f >

opinion concerning the immensity of the Presidential Electors that will appear on the ton. Mrs, G. M. Inman Mrs. have another we, better hope someday to of Cherry Street and Road the sidewalk was laid
d' L. Haynes, Mrs A Z Adklns 0'1 band stand 48. Brice Brothers have chargeof Construction of a Ka n! (
menace facing this country. General Election ballot, November 5th. A Mrs Frank Hoover. or recreation shelter," :Mrs Wainwright hauling'much of the materialsto ment was completed. '.10

The recent Roosevelt!' embargo on scrap list of fourteen names will ,be printed on added Bland inc.- Although bo'th I for Mr and Mrs W B, *

iron shipments to Japan was without a the ballot. If you want to vote for Presi- places have visible and convenient; : Jr. The attractive four-roo
Cows BuffaloedBy Agent For Air gasoline tanks, they are privateand I apartment tt *
Line bath
dent Roosevelt X markin garage
doubt a hard blow to Nipponese militarists. simply place your Traffic I do not serve the general! pub- behind the Cherry Street W

M' All Japanese steel] mills are geared for scrap front of, the first seven names on the Lacy Conway, proprietor lic. Mr. and Mrs J, B. Sapp l pi'

.iron and they cannot switch the equipmentfor list If you happen to be for Willkie, you Cows may he ntiibltorn been Conway's Service Station has The city this week Is gradingand of Mrs. Mundy They exp!

reserve X's for the last but they know w h f' nth'y'rt" appointed local agent for leveling Starke's dirt streets move In Monday
other forms without long and tedious your seven nameson Kaatern Air
Lines and and T
lIt'k..1IRo..1 can furnish I those completed present avery One of Starknw
labor. We have provided her in the past the lisLTIU1I11 48 between Starke Information concerning I attractive appearance. For constructed' house 'onet '

with some ninety percent of her metal and anal Camp ninndlng li taking vations schedules and fares. Plane reser r this work the city has rented the did get started,I Is that *
lIa
there is no. other place in the world where Soon Know That We Know an awful beating. through Mr.can Conway be made directly I grading machine belonging to the completed for Mr and i **.
who Is MadISOn
Cars. and lienvyladen also I County Board of Bond Trustees.! M. Smith on J
she can get scrap iron for her war machine It's Still Worth Fighting For truck now pass at the agent for the American Air Lines. I The two story home of Mrs. J. Water Street Work' II."S

except in the United States. The words of one writer, used in describing rate .>f one every two or I L. Frazee, recently removed from to' be finished within it-
thrw seconder roail New Starke Bakery the site of the new postoffice to i rand most of the Job
R
It is the American that at the American
hope totally a parade recent ,''a The
lot finishing
that was" a taw montlii north of the Baptist Church Is interior
Licking Japan will be in essential Legion convention in Boston stick in Carl Jackson a batll'
as now our ago, one of the lightest and veteran baker Is today receiving the finishing contain. five room and
crap iron, her military activity will gradually memory. In narrating the route of the IrtiteltNl In the ctale. I a years resident is of Starke for several i touches by R. C. Buford on an II vans quarters. !porch< thl COl'.
busily engaged this attractive Hall has
bog down. And there are other steps Legionnaires, he stated that they passed Clerk of the Circuit week getting equipment and his I I( paint Job. "stone The porch gray"floors e"terlorI are I for age the Ben house, R c Buff,

( hat we can take if this one does not prove "-in sight of Faneuil! Hall, where the Bos- Court A. J. Thonina who' leased! building In readiness to I I I painted a lead color while the doing the painting eiee'

naificiently effective. We could, for in- ton Tea Party began-past the landmarks >or Hi Ion In politic\ and next open week a bakery here within the ;j(porch ceilings were painted gieen. Phillips installed ''he

as.ance* refuse to admit Japanese silk into of a simpler' time, when men knew beyond whf)'" n\oratlon ia. cattle bakery will or be In ten the days.Lax Green The I!'> A kitchenette, bathroom, and living wiring rlfentlyI r
'raising lie hall a lot room were added to the house Billy Jackson
f.ii country' and by that single act deprive argument that democracy was worth fighting of trouble says when the Blond- Building on Call Street formerly !(Ion the southwest side and the]I I I, little store room landthe

Nippon of her biggest and most profitable for." occupied by the W. p. A sewing i entire Interior has been redecorated -I I of the Shell OH CompanY Vi Y I,
lag ruffle first started. room Mr. Jackson stated I Mrs. J
he
foreign market. We believe that men still know that Ten of hU cows wore would call the new business "The I Mrs II station from cleared the bUll,
Pearl
Simpson this week I and has
The new German-Italian-J pan e s e democracy is worth fighting for. knocked' off the road In the Starke Bakery" and would pre Is screening a portion of the porchon added a loadIng platforID'an.+ "'
first few pare white
agreement does not mention the United In spite of loose talk about I wouldn'tdo tay* breads rye, wholewheat etcl I[ the south side of her Clark i,I using It aR helldqtlarle'fmageauy.
"Rut It's biul pastries and other Central:
gotten MO baked Street ,
States by name. But it is obviously aimed this, and I wouldn't do that, we believe now hut the cows are sweets. able her residence.to rent additional This will en-, room for his '

*t OH,-as fascist spokesmen have exultantly that Americans still know democracy is seared to get on the rowel:" she said rooms An alltlltlonal I'oom tho',ura

ohnervEii!! The meaning of the agreement is worth fighting for, just as surely as did Mr. Thomas said yentcrriuy. {Will Receive Bids Green's Store yesterday com- is being added roof they!

crystal: ''clear. If we should join England in our forefathers who attended the historical] IM much. MSo trouble I'm not a*hating I did The Advisory Committee of pleted) a major interior and exterior the Bradford Bertha PPllrce and o
remodeling Mrs. fs
The
war against Germany and Italy, Japan is Boston Tea Party. at flmt." will the State Farmers Market here terior will be painted Job., and the ex-interior by by Chas VVoodbrW>

pledged to attack us immediately, thus making Next Wednesday all American men be- Nothing more In nettlnl o'clock receive sealed bids until 10 has been painted white with Mann has charge of thxdot!
to Monday morning October black of it necessary for us to keep our fleet in tween the ages of 21 and 36 will registerin gibe our renders allil 14 from persons wishing trim. The entrance on the Construction bath rooll
picture of the Starke- to operate north aide has been closed, and bedrooms and a ,

the Pacific and'away'from European waters. their home communities for selective Hlandlnf truffle conges .k..t.. "'m'the.__restaurant_ u_._ on the mar. the front (Walnut Street) en- the home of_._p_. ).L.. Bare coBj
h Aid on the other side, if we should go to military training. The spirit i n which tion. If It's bud enough r-.w uurmg the year beginning trance has been moved from the West Call tln-,." ".d- adiii()

warbound with Japan, the other axis partners are most of these men will go about this regis- to the scare highway a Florida-lt'.. gotta cow off lw less than January$200 will I, be 1941.considered No bid checking north end counter to the center. The this the week.east side The of new the wu'!,

to help the Land of the Rising- Sun tration will clearly demonstrate to the world bad: J and the committee reserves the' the door. The partition was placed In near the on

l with i "all political, economic and military we believe, that they still know democracyis rIght to reject any and all bids. southern side of the store was Haircuts Cost -'Iort'

i powers" at their command. worth fighting for and that they are I New Assistant 'Buys Lake taken out and the meat department I turbKMonday
PlaceJ
was two uptown .
rearranged The The !
These strong words but there is ready and willing to fight for it if is store Inere."
w are neces Dempsey Sapp son of Mr. and B. Alexander now much roomier more at I slightly 35

1 considerable bluff behind them. At the Mr. E. A. Sapp of New River, the L Wyman recently purchased tractive is convenient and presents prices of haircuts f-m '

r present time we are helping England with sary.Ciano, Ribbentrop and Kurusu please' has recently been added as an assistant Kingsley Lake. The house cottage is now at a very modernistic appearance cent, and shaves shines from
In the office of Clerk of Shoe t
everything have. We could do note. being occupied by Mrs. Fay Gill cents. "peel
we hardly
the Circuit Court A J. Thomas. ,and family Mrs S. S. Dowling had work sam but the boys
begin last week on a new house tips.

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