Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01144
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I Tile home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven .,

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e Expansion Round The Earth 16 Times Big Guns Fire School In August-I I i For New Camp Bus Service BlandingA -City RefundEffected j;

Aim Bradford County new d.illy bus route, Including J'

oca-Cola! Becomes Reality
I On Sand Hill Lake ; Starke In its service
E. M. Davis is one of Uncle For him there must be no excuse '' { I

Sam's good mall carriers has ana : for not getting the mall where schedule, began operating through .

Ijling 'Works of the longest rural routes In the I it's going. He may be helJ-up It | Attendance 919 here Wednetilay. The new route,, | At Low Interest j1f't

U. S. He has been onthejobsince i robbed, even killed. His automobile ) Artillery Range run by Florida Motor Lines,

July 1, 1916, must daily may give trouble. but he from morning, '
Will Be 1 j comes Perry every Gulf Life Insurance Co., \
Enlarged Plant for 19 years more, travel 78 miles Is well-practiced in the art oft, General Football Practice To 'serves Mayo Branford. High i
Lowry Given
To Take Care and, perform the duties of a(I getting out of that It Is only In Begin Next Week ; Expresses Confidence I ,.

'ecessary Business traveling Pos to f f Ice: selling the worst of mud-holes and sand- Honor Of Firing First First Game Sept., 27 Springs, eilUvllle, Lake Butler, In Future Of Starke i ':;

Of Blanding stamps; writing money orders; | beds that he gets hopelessly I Round From French 75 I Ralford and arrives at Starke at 1

JoMB. President of delivering and receiving all types t stranded, but he does get jam.I August 5, one month earlier 12:30: o'clock In the afternoon. I The City Council at its meeting! !, :,

'lit c. I: of letters and packages, etc.. : med to the Monday was a significant o'clockI 'I
Coca-Cola Bottling up running-board oc- dayIn than any other In Its history, and Leaving Starke at 1:33: In the municipal building TUesdayA\

tarke announced this week 1 handling e v e ry- the history of Camp Blanding the bun continues to Camp Dland- night refunded $24.000 of Starke'sbonded 4 ;.'
---- the largest! enrollment since
ny here will be ex- j I' thing from a:0- All ling' and to Green Cove Springs ),
plant day Sunday troops of the Indebtedness with a waving
its Bradford
the five times its half cent stamp f, existence; HighSchool where It turns around and returnsto
to nearly 116th Field Artillery Regiment of around $2,000 to the city's
by September 5.1! to lawn mowers. once more opened its Starke by the same route arriving -: }!

t capacity soft drink concern is ,I I plows, rolls of '.c had been pouring Into the area, I doors. here again at 440: P. M.Th taxpayers. The saving was effected !' l Ii "

'iarke first major Industry to I In I roofing, wire, j. 1I 4 giving Starke once more the martial At Its beginning on Labor Day | bus departs for Perry again by calling In 21 six percent l

ty's\to the fact that Camp I,I and baby chicks. & .,. p Ting atmosphere that citizens here I II last year; total enrollment of at 5:33: P. M. | bonds and refunding, with 7, ,
near here will. In the I He has been do- 1 will become more and more accustomed students!' was 849; thin year 70 A route slmllUr to this* schedule 24 four and three-quarters percent "t', 4!',

Lar future. create 80 much Just that 24 .. I! If'' to In "the months to more pupils make It 919. Theseare wan previously operated by\ bonds
that most 'local years, and, in .:.""+' d the figureR for three years. Florida Motor Lines but did not ( ,f
1 businesS unable has I come. GreenCove The Council paused the necessary f
will be wholly all, gone Including the 1938-39 term: Include Camp Blanding or ,
na vastly Increased de- over 400,000 Early Monday morning khaki- Spring lAcy Conway, bus resolutions to refund Indebtedness .1

ci the Indicated that miles, which If colored trucks each one trailed Thin 1939198H- depot agent, said. It would cost25cents at the meeting of July 29. '1i.; ": I
Mr. Jones Grade l ear 1940 IDS: !) '
;,. would not be among traveled in one .. by a formidable-looking French : to go to Klngsley Lakeor and the work was, completed .
First 81 88 8:\ ,
pmpeny direction would 73, began passing through town < Camp Ulandlng. as this amount I! Tuesday night. City Attorney T. ::1
'spared.cocaCola Second 90 3> 79 r
inpi here has a win him the title on their way from the northernend Is the minimum charge for riding ] Frank Lamlrum handled the legal ,
Third 63 64 :
plant .
matters connected with the 1
re. ;
of 24.000 battles, of c ham plan of the camp on Kingsley I Fourth 80 85 94 a bus to any destination. I
capacity Issue The refunding was in the
Lake to the newly completed \ ,
world 4 traveler )
To increase Fifth 82 81 84 '
stated. '
artillery on Sand Hill and form of 24 bonds with a par value !
Jut by 88,400 bottles of I for It would Magnolia range Lakes Sixth 93 63 58 I C. Of C. Drive of $1,000 each and the entire .

"ft''. npl' day to a total ca"U mean he had I Seventh 71 64 52 I amount was purchased by the ..:i
;of; 112.000 bottles every encircled the globe IS times. I I custonally, and may walk milesIn By noon the trucks: had bumped Eighth 56 54 59 Gulf Life Insurance Company of' f"

has leased irritation and wet clothes be- : over roads hastily hewn through Ninth 81 60 51 I' ,
the company I When route two was established, Jacksonville, through Its chair. fi j'
urn occupied for hadn't one foot, fore he can get help. All these sand and scrub oak, and the Tenth 91 93 93 Meets Success ; .
tntire building Bradford County 'I man of the board of directors, '
, years by J. W. Andrews, of paved road; every street In |I 1 common experiences are old stuff guns were in place on the once 1 I Eleventh 83 73 791'welfth Brigadier General Sumter 1.. \\'
dealer ad.I to Mr. Davis. He has killed many peaceful shores) ,of tiny Magnolia 52 60 61
Ford automobile Starke was dirt. Bridges were I 20 New Members Join Lowery, Jr.General 1!
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CocaColabuilding |. snakes, walked many miles to "
present Route Two was Lake.A
the north, Mr. inadequate. get help for car trouble, hit many few minutes after 12 o'- Total 919 849 859: Reorganized Body Lowery cooperated
on the A which covered 75 '
f I ;
known as with officials In the
I' hard Bradford County bumps, I clock the "ready" signal was During The Week heartily city 'fl' (<
t added. miles. But only 25 miles ')f this I on the route at times when given and tall, slim Brlgldalr- Principal E. L. Williams thisweek matter, because of his Intense. Interest 1 \

> lease of the Ford building mileage was traveled dAily, the he gone was three-fourths sick. But | General Sumter L. Lowry, who stated: "We are operating Twenty new members have been In National Guard Camp

Tiles an option to buy, Mr. other two quarters alternating with Increased enrollment and handIng near here and Its future \'
oilier the most serious of the thingsth ( commands the 56th Field Artillery added to the steadily growing \
and the building Is each being covered every I relations with Starke.rVe have '
i slated, t can happen to carriers have Brigade of.which the 116th four less teachers than two years membership list of Starke' newlyeorganIzeut j 1
by Mrs. George Later, however, because of the greatest faith In a ,
A at present day. never happened to him.i No ,in a part stepped forward. HI* and Is I Chamber of Commerce prosperous V' ''i'
It Is 5. few mileswere ago, our present set-up 'T
Jvingston of Tampa. increasing population wrecks, hold-ups. or trouble with was to be the honor of firing the In the past week, bringing future for Starke. We expect .

t 190 feet by 50 feet and will added Route A became Uncle Sam have ever been part I first gun a distinction that cameo I exactly as prescribed by the the total enrollment to 78 Starke to assist and cooperate '

Id* 4.500 additional squareof 'Route Two, and all of It was I of his common worries { him not only because of his State Department of Education. Starke business and professional j with Cump Blending' to mutual ,

floor space. The new I covered every day. It now takesIn When business is hot, Mr. Davis I j commanding rank, but also because We are giving Home Economics I men. Dr. M. B. Herlong, president ,I benefit, anti we are glad to take t t{.
equipment Is pur- 78 miles runs on every 'i this bond issue/ at a low rate of
and exactly he Is credited with of the organization and ,
Ltaery I works as long as eleven hours largely for the first time, and have a I I \
cd and some has arrived at piece of road in the county except : Work at the Postofflce Is the vision and foresight responsible ,chairman of Its board of dlrpct4ora Interest a,) that Starke can take ,; I.:, ,
better In than
dally. school
here, ready to be In- toward Theressa, covered by many ways I Its mind from Its Indebtedness :
for the sand- stated
plant he must keep on until turning vast yesterday
prolonged; II | '
I .9 soon as the Ford B. S.. Edwards on Route One. I I the pile of mall is under control hill region east of Starke Into ,previously I The Starke Chamber of Commerce and concentrate" on Improvements JI"t ; ;

1 moves out (which must A normal day: Mr. Davis is at i until he can see his way clear to I one of the most Ideal National Twenty- t'ven teachers, plus reorganized from the old and, growth, Lowery said. ', :

1 r September 1st.) I the' P. O. every morning at aeven I I the other aide. With mall-car Guard camp in the country.At : Principal Williams, make up a Bradford County Chamber of I At the present time Starke's f

rthur Darby Jones son of For about two hours he sorts I riers, elght-hour-a-day. plan the proper signal General!' i 1940 faculty of 28, and plus four 1 I Commerce at a meeting In the total indebtedness Is only $70000 ;- ,

cal plant owner and a senior 1 atLfc. right order sticks it works cot-so-well. I i Lowry pulled tke lanyard sending post graduates, figure are I Woman's Club House here. July -less than that of any other t'I I

1It'MJnlv r lty ef ,Florida 1m plgeon-holes'slmply to keep It DavlVhas been In his job the first projectile whistling to brought to.a grand total of 951. 20, U already actively engigedin city In the State of'Florida of "'" 'j
School next term..fa'g Mi: I I which means there are 74 more the same size. The 'bond Issue
wring separated, takes it back out when Administrations Its target across Sand Hill Lake | the business of making Starke
-. the engineering, djrftw-I he finishes, packs It In the mailbag for five Presidential several miles away From thenon. persons In Bradford High thin. i a "larger spot on the map." Two refunded thin week will mature I
for the. : Wilson's second; Harding's; last. For nine grade I I at, the rate of five bonds $5.- '
than (
and specifications in correct order-arranged so Roosevelt's. 'I|i throughout Wednesday the year paid secretaries have been hired

[expansion program., mall will be on top when it cornea Coolidge's; Hoover's; after]I LWg guns resounded; through the In school there are two sections; I and are energetically pressing the 000> per year from 194$ to 1949. ,

r. Jones also stated that the to its box. Route Two In orderof I When he began it two years ', area that up till then had been all others are In three divisions. membership drive; letters have ''Four ".000 bonds will become
World War 1, auto- t tI
t: has purchased 57,600 new Its sections, runs thus begin the close of Into I| disturbed only by the hooting of Football practice will begin I been written to the effect that .i due between now and 1945 and

[lei and 2,400 new crates to at nine a. m.: First, Mr. mobiles were just coming owls and the occasional stutter, next week, and the first game I I Starke has an active and coop I I could not bit refunded because

i the expected demands, and ning Davis about halfway to Law. general use, and the P. O. Department decided |lof an outboard motor. I II will be with Green Cove Springs erative Chamber of Commerce to they were not callable I. e.. the I

I purchase In the near future goes back through Hellbronn as a daring experiment, -j Around 800 men were quartered here, September 27," said Mr. the United States Chamber of ( owners are holding them until
then I
i trucks, making tey. to motorize certain routesIn for the three of they are due in order to collect
new delivery far as the Vanderbilt at Blanding ; day; Williams. I Commerce, the State Chamber

|!0en total seven. "And I don't section Springs, then as through the Rising the Country which with horse-drawn theretofore I period and they left yesterdayfor Students will be given all this. Commerce, the Department of the six percent Interest they

this will be enough," Mr. I had been made Louisiana where they will 'Agriculture, State and National bear
and Pine Level sections through made with1 week to settle schedules, change
a Bald For storage purposes,' Lake I I vehicles. Now, a route [ join the regular National Guard i military headquarters. and to r 111 .IIH6 the bulk of the city's
City, and Crosby i !!
company has. leased the large Sampson it Is around a horse Is a supreme curiosity.Graduallybutsteadily maneuvers now under way there. and rechange their minds bout other I local Chambers of Commerce Indebtedness will fall due, and

U warehouse near the depot section. By then m. he the patronage I i They were the first Guards to various subjects. Next week, In this trade area; files consists of 42 uncallable (i-n'H
At two p. increased,
twelve o'clock. I has
ctly across the highway from headed of the route occupy Blanding. although the minds must be made up says! Mr and books on housing and general maturity) $1,000 bonds held by

's Grocery. The greatly In- is on the Route again Lake section, I' because population has increased Bradford new camp had previously played Williams, and things will be : facilities and conditions have been I'' various. persons and concerns,

Fed production Is expected to for the Kingsley with the growth of host to a group of Quartermaster net up; offices) opened In the fWlth Interest at tho rate of six ,

available between September i I which takes him on the. old. .Mid-. I County. and says Mr. Davis, "due .Reserve Officers during a two- ready to hum on a definite basis.By : Green Building on Call Street; percent, ,...,.__ .._.>. 0 -F, '-* '

d 19.i dleburg road then back to A naruroad J-, | to better realization on the peo- 'week training period earlier In then all books will have been : and the ,Chamber and Us secretaries The citizens. of Starke owe

i discussing the new enlarge- I'Thomas'48 until he Then reaches he s\vlag3 I r pie's part of the advantages" that I, the summer .' Issued, and all schedules fixed. ,. now stand" ready to do their unusually small bonded Indebtedness I

It 1, Mr. Jones gave his reasons home. brings I come from RFD service. I with, for, and do about with and their low bond

| the expansion of the plant : south to the dirt road that j Kllery Davis was born in "what we've got, what we need, and general tax: levies to the fine

and advised other business I I him back that to Starke time he through has delivered Starke where Judge and Mrs. A. IBoard Sticks To Plan; Bond Trustee and how we're going to get It." City Light and Water Plant anito

In town to Increase their I Bethel. By making I IZ. Adkins now live. And In all At the weekly board meeting a succession of economic and
lilies mall to 1500 people, he has never lived outside Friday night of lost week the administrations.
[ at once for supplying a I I has his life buslneHS-mlnilod city

led or quadrupled trade by up about 350 families, mail this county If ever a man can Will Be Voted On In NovemberI directors reviewed the membership I Starke can look forward

ember 15. once more seen and brought his mailbag I I say Bradford Is his home, he can; Issue drive of the week and mapped to being a tax free city in the
he and
to folk. to whom anybody. course of activities
e contemplate 22,000 menI as loud and long as a projected not-to-illstant future.Wainwright .
; stationed at Camp Bland Ing are a common sight, and Later he lived on a farm at Hell- I a protest from Monday during the meeting a for the coming week and .

[September 15," he said. "Un- through whom bad, good, and Indifferent i I bronn Springs. where: his father, the Board of County Bond Trustees resolution! was received from the month. JOM. E. Wilson, C. of C. SeeksMayor's t '
efficiently the
news has safely and owned Bond Trustees requesting In the absence -
Davis, presided
pal Information Indicates that the late, Mr W.'E. the County Commissioners vlce-preldent I
come for over twenty Commission to postpone of the president, Dr. Her Office
e will be 44.000 troop at Springs.In | .
I the at their meeting In the courthouse relative to abolishing theTrustees
will meet again -
| Camp years.A will long. The board I Ii
soon afterwards. It Iser months, he, as
I rural mall carrier has one a few j Monday pushed forward an- until after the first of tonight at 8 o'clock In the officeof i N. D. Wainwright, Jr., prominent '
rumored that two .treaoxdiTislons : 1 all\ StIlrk&'s Postal employees. | for abollnh- January, 1941 when several new C. Wall Insurance : local Insurance man and a I
I the plans the II.
1 other step
of the regular of Uncle Sam's fussiest jobs. I work in more pleasant\
take office on I
begin 1 the Bond Trustees and Incorporating members; will and standing committeeswill lifelong resident of Starkean
V may be stationed In the : new $70,000Post Ing
are the
: Commissioners
I Head Honesty and dependability surroundings has road and bridge Commission. The be appointed These committees I nounced Wednesday that he will

ding. Branch Park area of taken for granted. Ability to I i Office. The 19 years will be he ten maintenance in Itself. discussed the matter and then are membership. finance, I be candidate for Mayor of Starke

consists i Each of streamlined and dl- meet unsolved problems and face 1 to go before retiring for him The Bond Trustees created by made their decision to continue I military affairs transportationand 1 In the City election of September
9.000 convenient
men times more efforts to eliminate the Trustees and 10 succeed the Incumbent, Dr.
are themallcarrIer's State Legislature In 1921 by roads, publicity, business to
possibilities the
er3! unwelcome |
or a total of 18.000 reg- foremost worries. l than were the first 24. : a special act to spend a Bradford by a vote of four to one. The industry, rural relations, public I W K.'; Mlddleton who ls> now
army troops. This 18,000 dissenting vote came from and I f Public Instructlon "
d i County road bond issue ofl50,00O relations, entertainment recreation Superintendent o
to !
the contemplated 44,000 Appointed !i iI ,land a $430,000 Issue In P. D. Reddish, Lawtey Commls-i, beautlflcatlon and hous ,I of thin. county Dr.
anal $
Guardsmen will give ua Local Bank Granting I Roberts I responsible for many stoner and only one reelected last ing. Special committees will be !.Mlddleton announced last month
al 1 of 1926)), are I t I "
the 62,000 officers and men 1 Packard Agent iI j of the county's roads and bridges I appointed from time to time as he' would not seek reelection a*
vicinity of Here Hal I' '
Even Starke. Many Loans Since spending the $1.000,000 In letter was received from needed. !I Mayor. :

though this number of J, P Roberts well-known real-1 have Y. Mulneii Senator-elect for Bradford of| official to be selected
Is the Trustees
L I' Bank af Starke 1921 and 1926 I The twenty new members i i Other city
"y Florida I
not be stationed on the The who has been and Union Counties, In '
ation the 1 the times and dent of Brooker j been operating on a budget of 'I II : the Chamber> joining within the In the coming elections are :
the -
abreast 'which stated that If
year around we Motor he queH'tlon
enlarging I keeping of I Ii I i connected with the Packard around $10000 a year which Hoard of put week are Richard and Ham- !three councilmen. At present L. ", i
our Coca-Cola facl- president !II the
trends W B. Sewell. seven restricted their activities of abolishing K. O.i and '
a to take for the past severely iter, Halle's Tourist Camp A. Canova Don L. Hoover, 4II
care of 70,000. beur ; I Company I Trustees was put before the
I i the bank here, said Wednesday announced this week that II Receiving requests from many November i Duncan Hoover Broil Studio, L. (. A. tllshop hold these places. "
regular population. In I voters of the! county In -I
loans[ yearn Bond' Trustees O. K.
F% of "We are making general Packard quarters that 'A. Davis. The Spotlight i Over 700 electors are
annual training maneuvC'J Invite he has been appointed without and are and voted favorably upon Starke Ice ComDunv. ,
$ basis, and we | (who serve pay Barber Shop, vote next month.
Ip as are. now going on at I on a security and companies to con- dealer for this locality, effective I five in number-one from each that he would endeavor to secure ,' Hall's Grocery and Lunch. !'I

Beauregard In Louisiana. I Individuals need to borrow county commlsnloner'8 district ( passage of the necessary legislation -III. K. Johns, Jacob's Store, E. A. Sunday
dad when they Immediately. ,I Revival Closes
by our local National suit us be through the State Senate.George
TI he stated. possIble Mr. Roberts i elected every four years) Winkler, The Star Light. S. R.
aa State
Company. reelected
money soon
1* six months of As arrangements for a !I abolished and the road and bridge Inman Bradford I I Johns and Sons. Starke Dry The revival service being: con

my opinion the business During the first 1 to July 1. will make In Starke and at I I maintenance become again a duty Representative from Commissioners Cleaners' and Laundry, Conway's ducted at Godara. BaptIst Church '.
Starke should get on their this year. January show room on Commission! the County, was before the and Garage near Lake Geneva
and made a total of time his cars are I|101 the County said that I I Service Station (In Clay County
r to arrange to be ready the bank here to $94.608.6. the present Brooker, where he I I Commissioners at their June 3 In person and Night Owl Cafe Earl Cook Grocery ) this week by the pastor.

V.triple OT quadruple their 180 loans amounting loans display at and la In business -I meeting took steps to have the If the question of abolishingthe and Kelly's I'lace. Rev. II. M. Tlllmnn of' Jackaonvlll 1
hclUtlM-. Mr. Jones con- of these 149 were new makes: bin arrangement -' eliminated. Trustees was approved In November members will will be brought to a close ,-
ed. and 31 a temporary i Trustees will of The drive for
1 8309846. Under would follow the {1 ,
am thoroughly con- amounting to deliveredto meeting the Com- he with the service
July announced, but Sunday morning
will be the
@Ci amounting to At of continue, It was
cars .
that the loans I voters and secure passage j
additional floor were renewed ; Informed by Secretary the at 11 o'clock.: Rev.
Jacksonville were future be subordinate beginning
e for do not from missloners throughthe will In the
the Coca-Cola These figures purchasers not the necessary legislation I At the t,
plant $11,510.00. of State R. A Cray activities of the. Tlllman said Tuesday. '
eTd being the other
In our lease will not be include payments made or Mr. Roberts says. I the question of abolish HOUMB. I[ to The spotlight Sunday morning service the Corinth .* r
of Commerce.
Pie '
to place Instructed Chamber
to then
long loans prior to General The Commissioners T N. :. f,
accommodate our made on Ends the Trustees on the of attention will now focus Church choir led by
d@d future business, and we 1 of this year.Cemetery City Registration I ing Election ballot but on a special the Clerk to place of the the ( Starke and what can be Norman will have a prominent L'' '
therefore have to voted the same time question before the voter upon and dinner t :.
:'rely build an and tomorrow Friday : ballot to be November 5, General done for It. Business men and place on the program
w l local and< larger Plant at Working Today the last days and placed In separate boxes. County on with the assistance others wishing to join the Chamber will be served on the grounds.
soon" he said. and Saturday are results of this election would Election: Day. of Commerce have only to There will be services ,tonight II
r. Jonea WM be a cemetery work- I to be qualified I The vote" of the County attorney.A I' at 8 o'clock. ( ,;
at will register "straw upon beginning
dlng one time COM- There next In which to Electionto serve as a matters and payment drop by the office or notify one (Friday) ",
:tI officer of the local Na- Ing at McKinney Cemetery to vote In the City which the county's legislative few minor the of the secretaries, who will be but there will be no services tomorrow -

4Ptetn Guard Company and was Thursday, August 15. ft was announced In-- be held here September 10. representation could base its of current bills occupied duringthe I glad to assist In any way pos-[ (Saturday) night Rev. t. -;:
attention I
said I '
I In Everyone II clerk commissioner
the FlOrida National this week. I Johns city of action at 'Tlllman said a
!4, Carl course meeting sible. H
aact Is qualified to terested in McKinney Cemetery So far, new registration remainder of the
speak spring.
""' terday. J. next
r1tati51 worklniand be adJ >
attend light.
to I
(1Contlnued Is urged hat been very
01\ page eight| ) bring tools and dinner.

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( t ."....f. mil ".. 10:% NOTICE NE% of SE\ci\ as 5 11 40 W. C. Clemons 1.14 All Blk 11. Town of Law.

'yA ..t N01'JC.'Ilt HEHEBY) OIVEN. Beg 150 ft toI ot NW Cot .. AlleElk W of Ry S3 B SS .

1a, That L. <>. Powell holder of Tux of RWy! or NE4 & runS 12, Town of Law. I41Wt. 81at, ....:
Certificate No. 1(4. Issued. the 4th : 25',8 ft. E 1434 ft to tey W of Ry S3 S SS -
Any of July A. D. 19JH. hail filed Notice I. hereby given that the following dearrlhed. lands. or .0 much right of way thence. Lot S of Elk SS Town of R .A Blaneln

name In my office and linn made thereof a. will be n..c..ry. to pay the amount due for taxes of 1939 Northerly ) ft. W Lawtey W of Ry 23 S 82

J 1 application" for a tax deed to be herein net oppoMlte to the .same together with coat of such sale and 1251 rt to beg In Sy 2,77 Lot 4 of Blk 82. Town of 0 J
certificate bfa1lde Wainwright I'bllJlp
W + Issued thereon. "Said' 36 I 11 S ,
; Monday. the 2nd day Of of NEW
..I the following described advert..lrlil'. will be .old at pUblIc auction on Lawtey W of Ry SS 5 23
embraces "Pt..mb..r.A. U. 1640>> at the hour of 11 o'clock noon, at the Courthouse Com at NW Cor of Blk 4 0 .r
property In the County of Brad door, the County: of Bradford. In the City of tarke: State Of Florid. of H.llbronn SllrlnM' Lots 3, 4. B, 6 of Blk 84 Phillip
lord State of Florida to-wit: run N 130 ft, 112 HII ft. & Lots 3, 4 of Blk I 25!
t NBVi!: Seo. 25 Twp. 4 S. H. 12 E.. Taint S 110 ft. W 440 ft to Town of Lawtey Wjof

i d.''r'A a containing 160 Acre non. or leas.li Druerlpil.s s.c. T R A Oware. t. l'.ts beg/! at right angler to .. Ry 83 5 SS
of the said
The asMessment prop. tiro
erty under the said certificate In. SI,{, of 81V44 U 6 U 00 Empire umber Co. t.n and lie road parallel with 1 Lot pub.In Com 76ft N from SB Cor F ounjOP

v d'M-' )' surd wan In the name of Chaa. J. All toI'o' of d92Va: 8 .x ,. of Hotel Lot A run W
t River ofS1 6 19 Lumber Co .... NW Cot or came f" 75 ft. N 75 ft, E2 76ft
g Johnson 20 Empire N .1: 1:5: by 1&0 Ct I!] .. 8116 ft to pt of her.Town
t ,
sold certificate shall
Unless >eredeemed NW44 38 6 U Lumber Co. 11.06 W 18 5 11 Maude Walnwrhrht I.U ofCorn
Y,1 t4 ; according. to law the 180 of Lawtey W
1. r4''; ''' will be S44 ot SEyt' 1 'l 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. t.n K'of! Lot. 7. 8 Lots 9. of II'Ik S3 5 22

void to t'ilh.tthb'I'J:; ; 1' at the '(, 719 Hermit 11.19 3 & E\J\ of 11. 34 ft 8 from SB Cor Maude
courthouse door on the tint Monday N %fof ENtVV4 Frac1 80 Geneva 11 of Elk 4 LoU 1. of Hotel Lot A run W A'alnwrltll

I.' In the month of September. NWy or NW% 1 19SI''A B. Edwards 1.10 I. 11. 12 of Blk 'l 40 ft. S 21! ft. E 40 ft.
+ t 1940 which I" the 2nd., day ofSeptember 60 T. aU Blk 6 elt Lots 3. 10 N 21 ft to pt of beg
f ,, ot SEV. 'l I 9 1.88 88 5 21 Maude Wainwright 2.16
r. ... t" ( 1940.Vat..d ofl0 40 Lloyd Sorry In Uellbronn Springs Town of Lawtey W
: is: ..t nf NW. NE1,4 One half und lot In Lots oft
thin 16th.. day of July ; S
HW\I.\ of 14E 10 1 UW. Co 1 22
& !
s Lumber .11 1. II of Lotsit. Corn '
Empire 1''nn111'
P 1940OFFICIAL. 160 55 ft 8 from SE Cor
of NEya 1 U PRill
NWY4NWv HarreU 11 of Blk 4 In 1Iellb.onn -
I"1' ))1 ht' ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas 44y4oo "' 1Il 'l U 20 n..neY& '..68NW as 5 31NWyt Maude Wainwright 1.81 of Hotel Lot & run W
of Circuit Court of Bradford .0 Lloyd Barry Aprings
Clerk 100 ft. S 104 ft. B 100
of NE & E4y to Mr. Maggie Clemens 8."
B 1 1 11
\ Of NW\it\
'ounty.. Florida. 'l.11 4t '-1 0111 ft N 104 ft to pt of
c y1 WI.I.. 'l 19 lIrr. Bola lfarreU 10.41 All NEVI N of road 86 21 161 Mre. Annie R. Alvarel 3.88 ,
180 Town of Lawtey .
I 8W'A .. W 10 A of of NW\4\ bee
4 of NEVI of "''WI/, 11 'l 198W'A Edwards 1.10 I S 11 80 W. R. Strickland 14.17Wy. W of Ry 83 5 82
NOTICE' OF. APPLICATIONFOI1 : of BEyi L 4y 50 A. A. NEya of SWYt 1 Lot 37 ft N & S by 100 Mrs. W, E,
Y, of .. Ely OfNW'4 Toro4
S TAX DEED ot12 NEya ,
ft H&W&On W side
18NWV. 11."
SEy! 1 Lumber Co 4 8 11 180 M. C. Rosier 28.10
(Meant* Rill N.. IBJ1> 120 Emplra of State St Bounded N
.. II: 8.4
8E'4 11 20 Reaele Carter 2.83
6 1
tS4 of NWIy
Noy o NWy
by Torode Lot & 8 by ,
of y of SWYt. 20 Dollie Powers 2.13NE.
5 8 U
of NWy, of NWy
That N. I>. Wafnwrlght. Jr., and
ten F. Younsr Town of
it SEy";: of SW4, E Z3 A .
W% orNEYi.
Charley E. John holder. of Tax: of toIW% of 8W% 11 'l 19 HarreU 11.01 N NEIL' Lawtey W of Ry S3 6 83
J. .. ..w
Certificate No. Issued the 4th. ofWy4 133 Ouy. NW\4\ 44 1 Lot 66 ft N & S by 100 Mrs. Hultle
702b } BE' of "8Ft4' & Eye. of 8 8 U 380 :So W. Townsend 80.48 Nolat
day of August 19X0 ha. filed
$ or tiE% 1 8 20 .Jr. 1.80 ft B & W on W side of
N. Johns,
e name In my office and ha. made.ppU..atlon Com .t NW' Cor of NWy 80 Mr. S. W\oi N\ 5 of A&1924 of y3BYof State St. Bounded N by
for a tax deed to beiHHued .
of NW'4 run E 14123 \ Noland Lot & 8 by
thereon. Said certificate. NWy e. N 6 A 10 8 21 ao Wm Thomas 1.73 I
embraces. the following described yds.. S 680 yds. W R' % or 8"\4\ 10 8 21 80 Mrc.. loos Kelley 2.24 Thede. Lot Town of

,n.1 property In the County of Bradford 148 1-3 yda. N. 850 Eli, of NE'4 of $Ey4 11 8 Z1 20 Alex L. Barnes ..S'lfoIW Lawtey W of Ry 83 B 83 ,,. F
1 8 20 3.83NI Com 246 ft 8 of NW Cor
"' Moody 8 111 U EmpIre Lumber Co. 8.11 Young
"State, of Florida to-wit: I B F'4dst' NIyB, & Com at 20 Ida t4 of NW'A 11 of Lot 3 & run E 120
Beg at a t363 ft E of NW Cor SE'Ia of NW14 &NEya
of NI '.. of NEV4 A run W 105 ft, I ,; Cor of NEy of tI.4 SWy4 12 4 Z1 10 JOII.phl..e Edwards 11.09 ft for a pt of beg
H to toIec eoI'' thence E 60 ft S!
& run 40 Alex L. Barnes 1.211IIIJ run ,
ft of 12 8 U
H K 105 N ft to bra.Hee NWy SW44
.263J'T : 7 8. K. 2Ul-t thence W on Hen line of NW" of NE'4' & 100 ft. W 60 ft, N 100

The assessment of the said. property 996!! ft. I thence North. NE% of HW44 of NI'A: 14 8 Z1 80 Unknown 8.92 ft to pt of beg Town

under the said certificate In- ftto I4 H..o line 510 NWy' of NW" 14 8 U 40 Floyd Crosby 1.29! of Lawtey E of Ry.,

seed wan III the name of A A. LrR. thence E NW y, of flNh U 1 21 40 B. M. M"Hatt 1.29 Seen 23-24-25 28 5 22 D (' &
urden.. to pt nf beg 2 6 20 88 Ida J. M.rrltt 423I NW4ofNW4&WV, of Com 210 ft E of 8W Cor Main i 8,

Unless. said certificate shall be ,, N4a of HE'4 or NWIIj '& NE'4 of 112 8 Z1 IIO.J. R. Hall 1.80EY. of Lot 1O&runN210
redeemed according to law the I I N4; ot NI''; of tlW'J, 11 8 20 40 E. A. & Mab.l Sapp 40u4 2 of 4,4&4814'/ ft. K 105 ft. S 210 ft. -

property described therein w"lll beMiilil SE\4\ or H1Y Hwy, NW% 29 8 U 120 J. E. Brown 1.85 W 105 ft to beg, or Lot
: & all
; : of NIof
Town of Lawtey
to the highest bidder e Beg at RE Cor or NW'A IOC.
court house door on the flmt Monday I'CW'or' SEWS S of of NW% 0' foIW'4 Se" 4 r llv In Seen S3.
11 20 2.81
In the month of September Branch 8 80 E. A. Sapp A run N 66 degrees W Lot 418 28 5 za V"It"'n
1H40, which In the 2nd, day of NWIofSE'&allE' ,;. 735 ft to Sec line thenceN Sub Plv elt Lot "
September' 1940 of 8E'4 W ot pUbll" S70 ft to NW Cor ofNWy 1. Town of Lawt.y Eof :
this 29th., day of July road & all 8W44" of Ry In Sees 23-24-26 118 G U
.. of SWV4 thence E
1910)ated tolE'. N of Mill Branch 11 8 20 240 L. H Hazzard
'l0 6frs. J. P. Dowling 660 ft. 8 600 ft begexlAon Nfa\ 0' Lot 15. Town of
( Thomas All E'or' NEy! .lJ of N l lio A ex I.a.wtey EJ of Ry In S.c '
fl Bradford I Brao'h 12 8 20 DIn. 8. N. Johns. Jr. 1.54 8 Mary 23-24-115 lIS 5 za
3-4 A In NE Cor 4 7 21 Plllard 5.37 L. H.
All NWI1 oNWy N of ''
County, Florida 8-2 6t 8-30 Blk 40 In Sampson City Lot 2C1 ex 't Lot 100 ftN&Sby400ft Bastard
graded road 11.48 A 12 8 20NI'A 1.8{
12 Unknown A 1 A E of Blk 40 E&
or HWy. 12 6 20 40 Carrie T. powllne .t al 481 W In NW Cot Town .
NF", ,;1of 12 8 20 "..81HW In EVi of NWVi of
NOTU-1'1' TO DEPENDANT of SW'4 NE" elt 2 A InN to J. O. Turner et al 1 SWVi\ 4 7 21 2 Mary C. Plllard 3.87 of La..t.y E of Ry In

IV TIIH ('IH'I'IT COUHT OK TMRKHJHTtl NIf Cur & of Lot 3 of Blk 12 Sampson Secs 23-I"-U 28 5 II Mra.
"1'1)1(-IAI. ClnrrlT 9 NWy Lot 28 .1: W 55 ft Town Annie Lou Ood
City 4 7 21 Unknown 2.89 .
I In 14 6 10SWII.
NI-J\4\ u A BE Cor 2.38
W In
4 A of SIof\ SWVi Ity
or U 6 20 a.72
IN CII N'ERT. N.% of HWy'NEy4 & 40 Empire Lumber Co. of NEVi 5 7 31 4 Mallnda Pridgeon 3.89 In S..c". 13.84-25 28 5 II Mrs E. R.

Kenneth Halle. of NJo1'4 SWy21 8 20 'l.29 7 A on S side of BE% Lot 271 Town Of Lawt..y Harnot

Plaintiff.Mabel SE'4 of NE'A', BEya 11 8 20 80 Fmplre: Lumber Co. aO.41 of NBVi\ 10 7 31 7 T. N. Kendrlck 364 E Ity In 8ec. 13.

-v.- H.'A of SWy4 lit 6 20 200 Mr... D. W.. Kelley I.U NEVi of NWVi of NBVi 16 7 21 10 Unknown 1.64 -25Lots off8 IS 23 L. H. LllllLawtey

Van Haaften. Halle 11:4: or SEy" II 8 20 40 Grady I\U..11 14.61Lot. NEVi of NWVi & NWVi\ of 10. 31. 32 Town
Defendant. NW U 8 20 80 H. 1:1.: Johns 211.50 NWVi of NEV 16 7 21 60 Unknown 8.20 E of Ity In

IN THE NAME OF THE STATE .4. G of Blk U New 160 Mrs. .D. W. Kelley NH of SEV4 of NEVi\ 16 7 21 20 Unknown 283 S.c. 23-24-26 26 G 21 Af F. Brown

OF FLORIDA OREETINCJS: River 23-24 8 2a 1.U NH of NW y of SWVi\ 17 7 21 20 Unknown 2.08 N14 or Lot 83. Town of
TO: Malile Van Haaften Halle Lot I of Elk 25 New E. A. & Mab.l Sapp WH of WVi. of NEVi Apf f.awtey FJ of Ity In

whose taut known' address. Is O..kalooHit River 23-24 8 20 1.U 10 A of NWVi\ 20 7 21 60 Unknown 8.9! Rees 13-24-25 21 G 13 EmmA P
Iowa. I E:. A. Ma.b,1 SOAP SEVi'\ of NEVi 40 Lots 50. 61)A Town of Hull
N W NW\4\ 28 8 20 8.9NW' 20 7 21 Empire Lumber Co. 3.71 :
You are hereby required to appear NW'1.of, NWy & SH of 40 R. 1:1.: John EH of SWVi of NWVi & I.-wtey E of Ry In

to the bill of complaint 21 8 20 Kelley. 17.03 NEVi of filed herein against you on or before 120 1011'11. D. W. SEVi' of SEV4: 40 Lot 64
11'4 of NF.'I, U 8 20 IUSS 22 7 21 Unknown 3.71 t'l 6fotl3ln ,
Monday September 2nd, A. D. NW\I.\ of NW4 U 8 20 110 Mrll. D.Mlsell'W. Kelley 1.19 NEVi of SWV ex road 24 7 21 38 T. B. Cornelison 3.76 less N J5.c :
1940.It. 40 Grady
NH of NH of NW'i of Lot 64. 210ftN&S
28 A or Let 11 81 8 20 .Jr.' 2.17 /
I. further ordered that thin 2fH.. H. Green E 15 ft A A lake 34 by 101 ft E
141y ot r.o' II 31 8 20 4.31 ex A 25 7 21 U. D. Dyal 406 01 W. Town
order be published In the Bradford RWV4 of SW"" II I 20 40 Mrll.. L. A. 4.31 All NEVi! of NWVi\ B of of Lawtey E .of Ry In

County Telegraph. a n.wspaprpublished r SF.y4.. or SE% II 6 20 40 Mr. L. A. Green 8.32 road 28 7 21 21 Mrs. O. A. Kuhuv 620 Nee.. 23-24-25 28 5 23 O. H. Pearce
In alit County of Br..d.fOI'd. 111'1n.r NE'A & NC4i of 40 T. M. Stephens NEVi of NWVi. 36 7 21 4* Emma Muehlenhardt 11.85 N4( of Lot 67. Town of'C".tel32"i2tf

once each week. for fourt'pnuertitlve "'IH. U 8 20 15.43 Lots 3. 4 or 10 A In NEVi Ity
week. T. M. Stephens :
120 In28
WITNESS SIW! of I'1W' % 82: 8 211 4.31 of NEVi 1 5 22 10 L. H. Hill 212 5 U EmmA P Hill
hand preen
my and officialHeal 1 SW44 of SE'8 20 411 Earl ".31 EH of lot 9 A all Lots ,, Lot 58. 80. 83 Town of
194/1. thin Slut day. of July. A D.IfWFIC'IAL All W'y' of HW of ewy 40 L. !t. Green 10, 11 A WV4 ot Lot 12 IAwt.y A of Ry In

REAL) A. J. .Thomas 101 or rood 33 8 20SF.4 15 T. M.' 'Itephen"' 2.98 In Woodlawn 10 B 22 30 Mrs. Teressa Becker 7.18 Sees 23-24-25 21 G U 8!rs.. E R Harmot
Clerk Circuit Court. of NJo4 83 8 20 Eliza WIl..on Est 9.26 EH\ of Lot 12 In WoodT. Lot 82 Town of Lawt.y

4t August 2 0 16 27. W.y of NI'I, & N'.(, of 40 ..'lawn .. 10 5 2S 6 Mary. Silvia 880 F: of Ity In Sec. 1324.25 .

NWI' <. .. NWIJ." of tll. '". 33 6 20 ft oIiUU" _.. .U... .Ch,.r._."......_... Ca ft .w.1 .- Woodiawn'.. 111. ??, _u v. ?_?v. n 'In'' 28 II 22 noOn-"" .. .9. U'hll... ...,..
\<. HWy, & d19: 10 5 III 50 Unknown 1.118 NH\ of Lot 1 & all Lot

NOTIt'H TO hF.FF.NU'IIIT IN\ Ww ut83 8 20 180 T. A[. Stephens' 1403 Lots 35. 36 In Woodlawn 10 6 U 20 Unknown 2.50 6 ex: 8 205 ft of Lot 6.
Lots, 44, 47, 48 In Wood Otts Sub-DIv
at 8 20 B Lawtey
lTIIH ( IHCl IT fOITHT' IV r 160 Lawrence Wiggins 13 82 L H HillUnknown
FOB MKAIIFOIIH N" % 34 8 20 180 WalterWilla 16.73 lawn 10 5 22 80 Unknown 4.111 Lots 19 11. Otts Sab-Dlv
CO HIV TV Lots 1, 2. ...
NWh I 7 80NF4
FI.ORIOA. IV 160 Lawrence Wiggins 18.08 Com at
fllA\CKnl. elt Fl 24 A 6 1 20 E. J. A Katie Haxen 10,11NE Lots B, 8 & all 9, 10. NF Cor of NWVi ,
Bernard l. Fletcher, NW14 of HEy 6 ''l 20 138 40 Co. 4 8S 11. 12. 11, .14, 18. 16. of NWVi Sec 84 & runS

Plaintiff ,, of NWv4 6 1 10 40 F.mplr..Lumbel'H. H. ",'..en. Jr.' 3..15 17, 18. 20. 21. 21. 24, to land of L. H. Hill .
-VSBethelda- Lots 8. 9. 10 8 'l 20 240 K. B.' Raulereon 37.14 25, 2127 In Woodlawn I thence W on line at t ,, v\: ,
J Fletcher I"ot. 11. II 6 1 20 180'''R. B. Haulemon. 14.94 & WH of NEli' of 11 5 22 240 L. H. Hill J 28.47 said land 760 ft. .3' 630

Defendant. Lot I. I 'l 'l 20 180 C. L. Atkinson 14.94 Lots 25, 31 In Wood; ft W 600 ft, N 1000 ft, .
Cot of I.ot 11 11 5 22 Unknown 3.48 E 489 ft. thence Northerly .'
OF KLOKIKA. UllEETlNliS! : 1.3 In 8W Cor of Lot 41 In Woodlawn 11 10
1lethella 5 22 Unknown 1000 ft, B 186 ft to
TO I' lot 12A 1.82
: J. [Fletcher whose Lot 42 In
last known 1 'l 20 2 O W. Barry 1.29 11 5 22 10 let Weeks. 1.82 beg- 23-24 S 83 20 Mm. E R. Harmon
William. address In 209 Eaxt: BE'4' of 8m\4\ ex'road 8 'l 20 40 Mrs Llllte Cone 4.311'Lot 51 In Woodlawn 11 6 22 10 Paul Fllgle: 2.9 Com at a pt on Ry where
You fit'rest.. Culpener.. Virginia. I Noy of NI11'4' & SW4 of lot 22 In Woodlawn 11 5 21 10 Unknown 1.82 E A W line of Sec 23 .'
to are hereby required to appear NE!% Also that portion Lots 58, 59, 60 I In Wood- crosses. A run N on Ry

filed herein the bill of complaint of toIE'4' of NW44. E! of lawn 11 Ii 22 30 Unknown 4.83 960 ft, to road running

fore against you on or r.-.blu. 3 A 8 'l 20 123 C. C. Melvin 11.01 Lots 4S, 57'In Woodlawn U 5 112 10 J. T. Mun" 3.18 East from Ry thence E
Monday the 2nd day of NW'4. ex a A In HE Cor NEVi\ of NEVi 12 5 22 .0 L. H. Hill at right angles to Ry
tember A. 1>. 1940. b".1 nf KV\ of Sw." NE' 4.58
NF.'A I A 4 A
Jt l 1M further \ .It 1440 ft to a pt of ben,
ordered .
order. he published In the In 892! ('or I 'l 20 198 Mrs. Alma Shaw E2.4$ SEV WVi, ant Nlt4 N&F.WX" thence N parallel to Ry
1 In
SE Car of
NE4i 840 ft
County Telegraph.. A thence F. at
published a newspaper. SWII. 8 'l 20 1 Mrs. 0. W. Sapp 6.62Mrs. of SWV of SEV, 12 II 22 90 Unknown right angles 1050 ft.
In said 11.67
County of .
Brad WVi\ of
ford. euch Lot A1511C 1 Ward City 8 'l 10 L. A. Oren 2.66 SEV4 of NKVi\ 12 5 22 10 H. W. Ha.vllan" thence S parallel with
once 3.18
week for four HEy of '
t-onHeciitlve week. I Lo'ty' 4 of I1lk 3 Ward SEVi of NK<4 12 5 23 10 Unknown 1.82 Ry 840 ft, thence W at
8 'l 20 8V of SWVi of SWVi\ 13 5 22 10 Unknown right
WITNESS tY2l. H. B. Crosby 6.69Ward angles 1050 ft to
my an! official Lola NK'4 of 1.82
U. U of Blk I SWVi A of
NW'/4\ beg
seal this Hill
3Ut day or'July.' A. P. 24 S 82 20 Emma P.
1940.y City I 'l 20 Mrs. Minnie E. Hasen 11.71 01 12 5 22 80 Unknown 8.93 NEH of NWV4 of NEVi
riliirTAL or ilk 11 Ward NH\ NWVi of SWVi 12 5 22 20 Lawrence
t lOryW ) LotCity O. Weekly NWVi of
? > A..J. Thomas NWVi 4.53 NHyw&
TTOrk! Circuit Court. 8 'l 20 Louamanda Plnholster I.... SWVi\ of SWVi\ 12 6 22 10 Unknown 1.82 8Iyfof NEVi of
Lot of Blk U Ward KH of SWVi of SEV\ 12 6 22 20of.\ B.
Sherman A
4t August 2, 9, 16, 13. NH of 3.15 NWVi of NEVi
elty 'of 111k 13 Ward 8 'l LO M.... Laura E. Baxter 1.48 Lots 7.NEVi 8, 9 of A BE all%Lot 10 12 II za 20 1. O. Weekly Trustee 3.86 SWV of; NEV of 24 6 33 60 L. H. Hill(
LotCity NEV ex WH of
W of
Starke Fla.. Jun. 30th.. 1940 Lot 11 of 331k 111 Ward 8 'l 20 M. P. Matheny 1.48Mrs. 47 48, road 60, 63 A In Lots Wood-17. SWV\ of SWVi of NEVi 84 II 22 85 Rqy C Campbell. I

Report of the Clerk of the Circuit City lawn SWV4 of SEVi of SWVi 25 6 22 10 W. C J D.o.t Bro,
Court I 'l 20 L. A. Green 2.23 12 5 22 80 T.. H. Hili SV of NH of
and for Bradford N"ot 963 SWVi of
12 or Elk 15 \< SWVi of SWW 12 10
6 U
County, Florida on account of LotaWard City I 'l 10 Lot 63 A NH of Lots 57 Unknown 1.82 i A.'A .25 6 28 10 Unknown
taxes Mrs. L. A. preen. 3.69J. SEV of
assessed for the year 1939 1.ots I. 10 01 RIk 19 fiR all Lot 60 In SEVi of NEW A _

Bradford C. A. Knight Tax Collector To W.rd City 8 'l 20 P. Roberts .61 Woodlawn 12 5 22 30 W. C. D..yo & SWV4 Wof of SBVi of NWVi
County. 1940. All IIlk 23 ex Lot. 1. 6 Lots 64, 69 In Woodlawn 12 6 22 20 Unknown Bro Inc 11.27 road A NBVi. of

Client? Proper Ward City 8 'l 10 Unknown Lo'.. 38. 53.. 5... .In. Won.l.. 'l.28 8WV of SWVi n& SWyt
To Balance. due 4.41 --- /. A# : .
I 61169 '
SW\4\ of SWt4 lea., road I 'l III as Mr.. Lillie 13 5 22 30 1. U. -
Cone Hill
By amount ".07 8ot.N4a of
collected f 2084 11I1or NEy & NE4" of Lot 58 In Woodlawn 13 4.IS NEH of
To Balance due 222.74. EV4 of 6 U Airs Th..a Mathis 2.60 SEVi & SEVi\ of NBVi\ of
d9y "I: fly I 7 10 SEM of NBH!
Flue A. F...,...... NW'4 ot IiI"J\4\, e. ny 9 'l 20 U Waray Corp 22.'l8 NWVi of SEVi of NKVi\ J4 J4 6 5 22 20 10 Morris Mayer 726 I SEVi. A EH of SEVi of
at 22
To Waray Corp lit.
Balance due f 191.84 of 6.58 EH of SEVi 25 B 22 HI11(
tl40 NEYa SE\4\ of SWVi of SISV. 14 20 Itoa. mewa n. ?
II 22 85.27 \
Hy Wlllla
amount of :
collected I SWVi of lit
f 108.31 NW 10 'l 20 120 SH of Lots 3. 4 A all SWVi 25 S E2B 10 'E'uI *
To Ual..... due 8J,. \ L. Z. Williams 8.00 Lots \ of J. Plnklm
S3 NE"L of NW\4\ WH of 5, 6 In Woodlawn 14 5 22 30 Unknown SWVi 2B 22 10
(fount Plead and Bridge 10 7 Nof\ Lot 3 A all Lots 483 EWNF4VfofNNWv4' 8Vn of
To Halanoe. dun t 639.48 HENy4 811 RY 10 'l 220 140 Lawrence 18.89 0. 16 In 'Woodlawn A 18 6 23 S Joe Reed

By amount collected f 361.08 toIW\4\ of NW4 NW/! Wiggins 4.U SEVi of SEVi E of By 14 5 U 3J L. H. ;:. All NH, of SEVi of SWVi
To Balance. duo 278.43 of 8W'4 & .,11 ot BW\4\ Lot 84 In Hill S.13 E of Ry 26 6 23 13 Mrs. O. O. AnnitN
c.'...." Mrhnol General I ex. I A In IHV Cur otNEI Woodlawn 14 5 22 U O. 1[. Pearce 1.82 ,Wy4NW % of SFof

To Balance due 8 639.49 / of SW" 13.7 20 U4 H. L. Lot 41 In Woodlawn 14 5 U U Unknown $ of Ry A NV4
Hy amount collected f 694.IS of : 3136 Lot 1.82 of NEVi\ of
To Balance due EL4: NWV" REI'.. It 7 20 20 Empire Lumber Co. 1.18 42 In Woodlawn J4 5 22 U Unknown 8WV4 of
45.34 NJ..11 n' NE", all 54E%. Lots 4. 13 In Woodlawn 1.82 SWV &NWy of SWVi
loinl cab School llesralnr Nb4 N or road 15 7 20 15 5 22 20 Unknown of SWVi ex 1 A to Ben
45 250
To Balance due 3 I INW'4 I Wiggins 8.82 Lot 34 In Woodlawn nett A
687.84 of SW'4' 15 7 20 40 15 5 U U Unknown N 240 ft of
To By Balance amount collected f 694 IS H 10 A of 101.\\ of SW%. 15 7 20 1 10 Brooker Coleman Turpentine Co. 1.33 L ,Woodlawn tn 34, 40, 41, 4.5 In ., 1.82 SWVi\ of SWVi of RW% 26 5 88 20 Unknown

due 43.69 NE\4\ of RFJ\ci\ less H 8 A 18 7 20 at David Coleman 1.92 U 5 22 40 Unknown NWV4 of SEVi of SWVi\ W
Total -"uk-xrhuol! Bonded A In NW \01' ot NWV, 'l.79 Lot 44 A WH! of Lot 46 ... e 4.83 of Ry 26 5... 8 Sarah. Hogan
To Balance due 8J.830.t7 0' NW\04\ lying 140 pdsN&8 In Woodlawn 15 If 22 15 Unknown 1 Lot 100 ft s
My amount collected 11.989.15 I by 35yduM Lots Lots 4. 13 In Woodlawn 16 6 22 20 C. C. Mo.ley 'S.80 side. of SW% of SWVi E

To Balance due 890.72 W 18 1 20 t Mr. .1l11e Cone Woodlawn 19, 20. 29, 80 In 7.26 of A adjoining road 28 S 83 A. E. Burner

Agricultural 30 A 0' W4., of NF.\4\ 17 1 20 30 Mr. LIIIie Cons 1.59 Lots 18 5 22 40 O. C. Barnes I NH of NEV of NEVi of
Balance due 3 81.98 IH( of 1.n 37, 38 In. Woodlawn 16 II 22 20 ".58 SEV A \ of
I I NF 11 1 20 80olr.\ .. LUll. Cone Lot. Unknown SEVi NBVi\ of
My .
To amount Balance collected $ 18.06 NWL, of SJo.4 & Ey, of '.41 lawn U. 44. 60 In Wood. :+. 260 SEVi, \ :& 3Ain NW Cor

due' 18." NE44. of NWy\, 17 'l 10 60 Empire Lumber Co. 18 6 U 30 L. H. Hill .. 4 of NEVi of SEVi of SBVi
To Balance Wide, Pension Cum 949 ft W nr NE ('orof 1.35 Lots 47, 48 In Woodlawn 16 6 22 ao Unknown 4.15 A WH of SEV4: of SEVi
due 3 :81.It7 11. & of SEV A
I Heo' rUn W Lot 51 In Woodlawn 250 SWVi of SEVi
My amount collected f H.05 23121 ft. fI- 'UO ft. F. 18 6 U 10 Unknown 1.82 of SEVi A ".' SKVi
To Balance due 13.93 231140, N 1120 ft to 42 In Woodlawn 17 6 U 10 L. H. Hill of SWVi of $1 1Of\ A SH
Head *. Mrldiie ........ A. Sinking lIt ot b.. 18 'l 20 Lot 41 In Woodlawn 17 6 23 10 Unknown 1.82 of NEVi of
13 O. W. SWVi 0l
F... Barry 'l.20 Lot 53, 62 In Woodlawn 1.83
,,8\\ of Lot 1 less Ry & Lot 17 6 22 20 Unknown r SEll. 26 6 22 43 L. H. Hill
To Balance due 31,1X7.35 I..... t lot 50 rt by 100 ftan 65 In Woodlawn 17 6 22 10 Matilda Nelson 250 Com at SW Cor of SWVi .

To By amount Balance collected due f 380.61 N side or fly to Lot Wondlawn 68 A SH of 89 In 3.18 I g' SEVi A run E on

746.74 church: 18 'l 20 31 J. F. Shaw 11.35 Lot 60 In Woodlawn 17 6 211 15 Unknown 2 1 ?c line 418 ft to a pt
S\'. NW'/ & NE\4 of Lot 17 6 22 10 Unknown 80 of beg thence N 660 ft
'SWL; S"'A N of riverex I, 2. 3. 16. 34, 43, 1.82 KI9S '*. s 880 ft. v

Starke. Fla., July Slat., 1940 1..W'4 of 14SI... Z1 'l 10 180 Emplra Lumber Co. Lots 68 In Woodlawn 18 5 U 70 1. H. Hili :;. 8S tt & NWy
Report of the Clerk 11." 13. 20 A NH of 825: ..Joof.fE
of the Circuit SW\oi. Of NF.%. SEI4! of rat 2a Unknown
Lot B S3 13
Court In and for Bradford NW", & NE'4 or IiIWl 4 Lot 19 In Woodlawn is Wm. Reddish. ( E.. of SEVi\ of N4WVi Of
45 10
County. Florida" on account of & r W"(4 of tiE It. & In Woodlawn 18 6 22 1\t. L. 3 54 SEy Hill
taxee. assessed. for the "year. 191t. NE\' of NW'4 & I-J 12 lots l 1 1. 2. 3. 4, 6. 6, 8. Thomp..on 2.34 NEV4! of NEVi\ of NE Z8 E S3 B Tn t. P
C. A. Knight Tax. II, 16. 34. 36, 45, 46 61 % 27 S 82 10 Emma
Collector to A of NWy. nt NW4 U 1 20 111 Drook.r Turpentine. Co. 25.13 52 In N'WoffNAWI4 of NEy el:
Bradford County 1940. Corn 10 chn. W of NE Cor Woodlawn 19 5 U no Pura WyrlrlcS
('...t" Proper of Sec 25 & run H 60chn. Lots 35, 36, NH of Lot Water Co. 21.48 I E' or NFy of 5 88 18.J. P.

To Balance due 33,119.41 ., W 10 .hn.., N 60chns 38 A all Lots' 43. 44. 47. NW'Ia NEya ol
By amount collected 48, 49, SO, 64 In ,:t r- otANWy 2 A
I 18644 E 20 (chns to belea. lawn Wood NWI,. ot NA% 2T 88 7 D. '\*". $tarlln0HIll
To Balance due 2.932.3 I-J 11 A ot N 20chns 20 5 n 95 Unknown S of SW\1r.
i Fin* Jt. F...,...... alum com 80 ebne Lots 83. 34 In Woodlawn 20 5 II 20 Unknown 14 30 II'"4 0' Of SW'Ia &
NWy of
To Balance due 31,169.78 W "f :NF 'nr of S.o 16 Lots 37, S3, 56, 60 In .. 2.50 or SWVo SW'4 L A: Ev.ly I

My amount collected. $ 6991: run S 3411 ft for pt Wondlawn 20 f 22 .40 Unknown Ely. of S..1\4\ Of IT S 88 2S Robt
To Balance du. 0' 1,... th..nce S jUt) EH of Lot 67 In Wood. 4.83Wtt N 8Ey elt
1.099.1151 lawn .. .. ... 420 ft-1946 A 14 J. L. Harrell2W
Cwnntr Read ..... lie I ITO W 1284 Com B 88
ft. ft. N 980 ft. of .v .. .. w. J! TOl'ode at MB- Cn. nl a._
Balance due ,.1.8119.17--- I': 1284 tt tn b.-U. A IS 1 10 141 K. H Ford S3.82 I lawn., Lot 57 In Wood. 1.12 A run W--1630' ft:' S
By amount collected 3 23310: NWI4 0' AW'4 2d 40 20 6 U 5 1020
'l 20 Empire Lumber Co. Lot Unknown ft, E 1620 ft
To Balance 4 86 63 In Woodlawn NAI10
3,866.17 W1y of \! N1.4 Of 20 5 U 10 Unknown 2.12 0 ft to Shuford
Count Henonl General /lfW'4 & NEt .a, 27 200 SWVi of NEVi SI 6 U.O 1.82 Nygy I. SS 4t.J. R.
To Balance SEy 7 SO Empire Lumber Co. S3.76 EH. of Unknown Ix>t 8 A of Lot
due 83.666.13 of NW\4 01 8W'. SW'\ of SEVi: 453 9
Soy .. 1 6 II 20 W. H. Morgan S.34 : A all Lots SS. 66. 57
By amount collected None One half undivided SEV SBV4, 21 6 .
In- U 80 66
J. R. fahufor" 69. 60 A
I EH of NH of Lots
To balance
the following NEVi ex: 10 A In 5.U
r Total ".............. Reg.13,686,18 des'rlbed, lands. : S"v nf NE Cor 22 6 U 'l0 0.0. 83. 64 In Woodlawn 29 ( S3 85 UnknownS
F. 10
To Balance due .I.U4.U $W.xIsgAInNWCot. BH. of NEVi of NWVi\ less Young 14.38 Lot 4 Woodlawn!

By amount collected Non. Also .x that I A for cemetery 22 6 U 11 Lots 47 In It SS 35 Unknown
portion C. I. 27
To Balance due NEh4: of Pln.feld.1' 25. 86 87
NWVi of .
\ SWVi\ 22 7.58
33,66463 N of graded countyroad 6 22 10 84
Total .....10......l Ronileii running W frolllSt..te 810:'" of SKU of SWVi\ 21 6 U 10 0.0. 1':. Knlllht 286 43., 39 A SH of Lots 41.
W. 43 A
To Balance due 34.631.13 Farm road NF.1ta of SWVi,. 22 6 U 40 Mab..1 Starling 234 49, In Woodluwnt'23
Hy amount collected $ 434 09 of F:H of SWVi : i 22 Wainwright 423 S3. 64 B 88 130 W, II. Graham
SW'4 tlE\4\ U I 21 IIS Unknown 1647 off 8EL 6 U 20 D. B. SUlllyan Lot 24! A of
To Balance BH! of SVi. Lot
2 due 40
4.197.03 "":'4 nf N.4 u: I AIn 851", of 'l.18 ft WH of Lots
Aarrlrmltnrnl sic <'or 25 I 11 2S Unknown I III 5 U tIt.J. 48. u,
To Balance due. 8 194.96 I Noy of SF4: of NWy 15 6 31 29 Mrs. .aurlce C. Clemons 7.29 1 All NE1% of NEV4\ W of P. WTI'Ick 2.84 Wondlawn Lots 60 61 In .

By amount collected f 11.68 of SW\ci\ 17 5.. 29 Mrs. .97 Ry less f A owned by Lnt 81 2' I.. 45 UnknownI
To Balance due 183.31 ; 814 of RN 4 IT I II 80 O. L. SappC. Edwards 4 36 Jane Byrd' less 2 A NV, In Woodlawn 29 S S3 10 I

Widows P....... 8 Iy of NW4" .1: I A InNE 1.92 to R F. Blanchard 23 5 U 10 A. 1\r. In of Lots: 41. 42. 43 ,'I.moc

To Balance due 3 1>>4.96 Cor 01 all Ny4 of NH? yofof NW1of&NEV, 21 G U 20 M. .'. Brown Blanchard 4,75 Lot 5&Woodlawn J9 S 88 IS L. C. P.OY
By Nl4 WH
> amount collected $ 1'.18 IiIW\4\ N or branch n I SI 11T fry Reddish NVs of 'l28 A, all Lots of Lot 14
To Balance due 316 "SWV' of 18. 19 20
+ ,, Rend A. ..,..... ...ereel A. Sinking 183.30 StIi flE'4 of of SW'4 RE\4\ aWl of It I U 40 Maud Wainwright 9.17 N 4 A of SWVi of NEVi 23 II II eo Oeo. F. Young 18.01 "lawn' H of Lot 33 In Wood.

Fond i4 1'4 It I 11 8ft Mrs. of NWU S3 I U 4 Lots SO f 33 BO Unknown
C. E.
r To Norman 17.09 Lot 0.0. F. 44. 45
Balance B3
P due I1.5I7.U H'fV of SW" 01' Lot 4 II I 21 (3 J. W. Townsend of ]ilk S Town of Young 2.80 41 In S3, 60. Atarlln6
1 By amount collected None HW 5 Jet Lawtey W of Ry Woodlawn 30 B S3 10 H. DB .
{ of NE'4 II 6 21 44 Wm. Holllngsworth 1S9I, 33 I II R. A. WIf( of Lot
; Lot
p Balance due 8 of 61 In
Elk Wood-
f2.S&7.18 7. Town of
Ely uf NWot\ NWIoi 14 G 21 SO Mrs. K. C. Upwards 1.71' 2.51 j l lawn "
Lawtejr W of Ry S3 5 II Mamie ,(' Lot. SO 33 l Unknown
Lou Edwards. 7.11 31. 84 SS. /4. 47. 43 Clank
In Woodlawa 30j 33 60 L. C. 1 1PAGE RoT

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.. T R A 0.....er A tout Deserl.tU. see. T R A 0....... *Taies(..et. Description "... T It A. 0..... *Taxes......t.B..11I' VANDERBILT i

Miss. Vslrna Norman .
ife f1 Cn"J at SE Cor of ItW! -, at SW Cor of NWU lly

&, a." 6 3at a II 110 J. F. Morrison 13.03 ?ft. 1WMI N 315 lit ft run. NE w 7C5 ON( of ft for*iEi pt A of beg run, thence.N 430 Mr. and Mu''. H. L. Norman ;

ft, Easterly 206 ft. E E 210 ft, N 400 ft to and of this section went t ;
,::::.n61. 68 Inat aU' 40 Maude Wslnwrlght 11.45B20 174 ft. S 902 ft to beg! road thence W 210 ft to family >; ; 4r
Also certain lands to Green Cove Springs Sunday ,
N .f
line thence S to "
11. H ,,
jo. .' Mrs.. H.
; 9 Spark man A W
son pt of beg, also beg atSE afternoon "
>', I f
I3ll 17 2R,. ", of Ity In BEVi of 8WV 28 ( 22 10 H. E. Johns 2454 Cor of NEV iTo ofW14 Miss: Betty Green of Jacksonville f', +

W ft,
b6. 87. 1AInNWCurofSW'4of "' $ A run '
!/, ; 86.42, 4.1.Id. SEVi 28 ( 22 1 I>r. O. 1. Haynes BB3 N 810 ft. to road K 150 WAS the guest of Mian Mar- i.

41. 49. Lots a of Plk ft to H Sec line, th.nc.S Reddish of Vanderbilt Sun- (,
: 4H. .I' L OrleIn.l to beg 29 S 22 8. E. Rltch 11.33 gle r
84 U, Town of Starke 28 ( 22 Elvlna. Morgan 704 !
507 All SWH of PEV4! of day.
6/;/;, Bo/ ai, Inu II II J. F. Morrison 69.BO Lots 2, 4 of Elk 1. Original NEVi E of r..d' U' 22 2 Hoover-Futch Co. 2." < t, ,

II II 20 W. M. ft E. S. Crawford .98 Town of Starke 28 I 22 John Foreyth 7.04 WH of NWVk, of BEVi Mr. J. W. Knight and daughter I. .

7In Wo0dlawn U II II 10 Mrs. R. L. Batton Jr. 3.85 Lot 7 of Elk 9 Orig ex about 10 A sold] divers 22 7.14 Sandra went to their home In I .t,
as 12 10 Unknown
inal Town cf
NE4 Starke 28 4 22 persona
IIW''" of : as \\I II 10 R. 1. Batton Jr. 2.34B Bradford Co CoOperative 1(77Chas. Erg at a post 2'4 chns Jacksonville after upending. sometime

of 54' E 24 ft 3 In of toted. Corp N of SE Cor of SE-4 J here with Mrs. Knight's parents ; ; i I
Yu NWIoo ofU U \ R. L. Batton Jr. 1.60 A N 3.(7chns
SWv i
of \I\ of run '
of Elk Original M. Nor-
16 F.
Mr. and Mrs.
W 14 oboe., 8 '.1rbns '( :i\1'
E4: of sE'.4 ofU I II 1 L. H. Hill i.43 Town of Starke 28. 22 a. Woodbrldge 70.20 K .rhns N 2Hchns man. ,

Lots 8 8 of Elk K ex ., K 8 cbns to beg !
.f RYU lit aUfltot17. E 48 3-4 ft. Original ex portion W of road 32 1 22 4'a.'o. Mitchell 4.98 Mr. and Mrs Wesley Loylens ;

l 12. 2835 a II 17 Emma P. Hill 7.86 Town of Starke 28 ( 22 Chas. Q. Woodbrldge 13(22 Com at SW Cor of 8WV4 and Miss Esther Manning all of I 't!

"V ills E 88.15 ft of Lots 5. 7 of NEWS" A run N 24 fl, Jacksonville were visiting Mr. ( I I''
E of Elk 11 K 330 ft. M 2(4 ft. W "
Nw OriginalTown '
aoex ofterYN" 311 \I\ U IB J. L. Harrell 5.13IS of Starke 28 6 22 Char O. Woodbrldgs 114.22 330 ft to beg U' SS 2 Leah Gregg 4.49 land Mrs. J. H. Manning of this I"'i" /
'In SW Cur of EVi '
1 A !>
.r1lS111 of NW'.488 \I\ II C. I. A M. Dlng-felder 8.20 W of 34 2-8 ft of Lote5,1 of NWV of 59114 U' SI 1 Joe Johneon 101 section Sunday. ''J Blk 17 \
Original; Working ;
Lots (. 7 of Elk B
Yo U 40 A. C. Sumner 3.29 Town of Starke 28. 22 SI Ml I
3 Chas. O. Woodbrldgs 70.20 City 32 Wm. McLeod A large number of p 1 v;"
IIW'4' 3 1 II 40 Unknown 5.90 Elk 21, Original Town of Lots 8, 7 of Elk Lincoln -

NE" a .. U 40 A. C. Sumner 3.29 Starke {8 4 22 Chas. -Woodbrldge 136.55 City 12 S2 Phillip A Joe Johnson Ml I I this and surrounding 1'J i"" ',
Lots 1. 8 ex W 60 ft A Lot ( of Elk ( Lincoln ties met at the Dyal :
of f"sw'.4 W of II 18 J. H. Walnwrlght 10.81 Fred Lots A, B of Elk City 12NH 22 Wm. McLeod '.01 ,.
a 24, Original Town of of NWVi, of NW'4 I last Friday for the : t

k of SE' E of II 14 Unknown 3.27 Starke, 88 t si Unknown 13.93 ex 8 A on W end A cemetery working. Due : ,
a Blk 29 as extended onJon""ys >... A Vault lot aa. 21 U H. E. Johns 13.13
of SE'4 a 8 II IB Unknown 5,43 map ex S 100 Com at a pt 105 ft R moisture the work was -F a

.f NE" '.4 L ft A ex E 80 ft. Orig i of NW Cor of NWVi o* pleted and there will be r
.f SEW ptSEV a 1 U !II Unknown 5.78 inal Town of Starke 28 4 22 Mrs. Thelma Laran- NWV.. A run 8 555 ft. this I' ,
ltd at
.f of 711 E 525 ft. N 555 ft. working '
NE'fo' & NA 4 U 120 A. Z. Adklns 13.01 WH of Elk 80 as extended tau: 525 ft to beg 113' 22 5 Mrs. Annie E. TetUt 3 54 August 16. Any help : '. ::"fix ;
as. 22 40 W. J. Bennett K.17
3.. on Eneeys SW vi of SEV, '
NEv Nt"E, 4 4 II 70 M. F. Brown 13.01 ex S 106 ft, Original map of SEVi W of greatly appreciated 'I
\ ,
:roadE14 31 4 21 20 Unknown 10.18 Norman ;J i :;: {
W1tYof NI\4: \ of Town of Starke 28. 22 L. A. Reynolds 10.91 Mrs Russell .
4 i U 140 M. F Brown 17.13 The NH of the following ( A \
NEt being471St section lo Dronker J i ,
II U 20 D. A. Judd 4 53 described City I Hll>ek. i A of went \ 1:

FE'4 of SEW 1 U 10 G. L. Kersey 1.41 Bounded N by Call St, '"; E 8A11AinOIt ft NIt to begin teaching there ; t G role ,
of FEVi"A II W by Broadway St, 8bv : Cor 'n
school term.
SE'4 ; ,1''i- 1940-41 It
U 40 Unknown 4.21 of NWVi of SEVi' being' McCarty'I '
T Madison St & E by I
..\: r. \ X ,
4. 5. 6, I Bay St. 28 4 22 Unknown. .. :'i:r. 20." 831 3-4 frt..N Nile.I 8. 1147 Rodman Reddish ; : ;, ( }
I ,; 1 3-4 A ; :.
I.: HayU Sub-Dlv 1 A of land In Stark ; ;'/r. 1 vares and William Sapp '
yrakiy (13 ft on 8 side to public '' .'
4 w of By & EI0 8 U 82 Unknown 1078 Ave.Bounded S by E Pratt by Temple Si W Mfr; road 33 6 22 17 Chas. a. Woodbrlg 2108 Vanderbilt made a '\' :J j:' ?p. II

nosy by SanderKvn lane ex ,: 1 Lot 2 of Stilt I, J. M. to Tallahassee last !: '
"ItNE4\ of10 (0 Willie Agin 13.33NE4 Johns Sub-DIV of NEVi' '
1 lot In
100 ft
E8Ey eq of NEtt 33 1 22 1 Mrs Fannie Stewart; 2.31 : $ ; \ ;
14 63
& NE'4 of SE Cor 28 ( 22 Unknown i i I I1
of Lots 1, 2. 3 of BIk 1, 1. 2 of Elk B, J. ; I ,
E LotsM Speaker
A McCarty .
10 John. of e
tx 20 8 U 70 W. C. Clemons 12.37 Livingston Truby ACo's \ Sub-Dlv \ .iII'
nll! tide "Sub-Dlv of NEV NEU of NEV* 33. 22 4 U. P. A Emma Davis 1.10 1 (
& Ely of11 40 Unknown 8299W4 E'b of SEVi: of NWVi of Dan McCarty :
NW\v y 8 2J of NEVi' 28 6 22 Annie Williams 272 FlE 34 'II 5 Carl! Anders 212 Tampa,- \ I "

of NEVi 11 6 U 20 Unknown 422 All BIk 2. Livingston NWV.% of SW'i of SEVi 84 6 2. 10 Mrs F. A. Swee.y 859 Fort Myers citrus j,, :

11 6 22 20 Louise C. Gardiner 4.22 TrilbY A Co's Sub-Dlv 7.34 W 1110 ft of N 1050 ft unanimously elected ':.1':.
SW'4 of NEVi of NEH of NEVi 28 6 22 Annie Williams f.f NWV SBSWVi 8 23 25 Elam Lewis 253 /
of NW14 ,
W"-40fof8' '?'16&11 6 22 40 O. L. Haynes 6.78 Lot 1 of BIk 7. Livings of NWV, U' 22 40 Ilcrtha Mc-Watn Z.., the House cf \ ; '\\1,
t SV ton. Truby A Co's Sub- 85Lots S 2. 40 Steve Kowatch 2.50Chas. :
2.60 SUVt of NJo < the 1941 legislature .
11. 22 40 L. W. Conway Div of NEVi' of NEVi 28 6 22 Unknown 2.31 LakeKln"el..y t
Itlk 3
NEViENVvifonwvii4 6. 7 of
Lots 3, 4 of Illk 14. Livingston Heights InwNy.EI mond Sheldon Tampa ,t'r

f 22 20 Ernest Gessner 5.78E Truby A Co's .} of NEVi U. 22 II. McMillan 231 was chosen. Speaker tF .
Sub-Dlv of NEV, of \ '. '
,-f W"tlf. NWH ,
E'.4 of SEVi\ of14 U 10 Wm. Maehler 3.89I I NEVi; 28 ( 22 Llvingston'Truet Fund2.81 of NWV Sf A I 22 10 Unknown 101 a caucus held here r '

6 Lots 1, 2 A E 38 ft of NWVi of SWVi" S* 6 22 40 C Unknown 4.22EVi lowing h I s*"election, I } d .
of NW'4 of Lots 3, 4 of BIk 15, 3( 1 22' 80 Unknown I 00
I NEK .. of KEVi. '
the next
In !:
urged unity }
40 ft L-lvlnRxton, Truby & It
"trip W of
a a All NW'4 vf NW14
W of name 14 4 22 B A. R. Johnson 2.14INEL Go's Sub-Dlv of NEVi road 211 I 1 III I n. F. OI..m 101 and auld there was no need ij I.ture

SW% of of NEH 28 ( 22 Annie Coleman 479 WY" of NI'4: of SW44 I 1 II 20 C. W. 'vl"on 1.SO for any additional taxation and ;It i ; ':,
Lots 1 2 & E 38 ft of of $114' of NE'4, 6 yl
e& A In SEU 22 7T Unknown 7.97 Lots 3r 4 of BIk 1/. Eli"'W'4' of "E'4' of NEV4 4 1 n 80 nnknnwn 5.15NE'.4 proposed fullest cooperation of I\:\,, f

Livingston. Truby & 4 7 94 40 ()pore. William" oo .
of SF: defense
% state with the national \ :
ex lOA In Sub-Dlv of NEVfc U 10 T. O. Morgan 1(7 the ;
NE'4 Go's W. f P1 4 1 .'*
A of Mack Coleman 4 as 511woof .46t 'LM{ .1
or&E7 2S ( 22 :
10.48 SKbSEy program.'OTICIO
of SE'4 of NW'.4 15 22 TT Unknown WOf82NE'16 of Lots. 8, 4 of '. : o of Nw', nf t'I&\4' \ 4 7 n ao Dr E, M. WebBier 1011 JI'' ''''' .I"

SEVi of SEVi 15 ( 22 20 Mrs. Josephine Thaney .74 BIk 15 A W (2 ft of. ': 4 A ('om at NW Cor of TO t>r.rnnA4TIN I, \''J 'i(' :

of PEK of SWViEV s Lot 3, 4 of BIk Kft NW14 of NE4 run H TUB c.tRrl'.T COIIKT i* Atn :I I' ''' : ,,; (t
,1' of SWVi lit All EH of Lots 1 2 of 430 ft. E .30 ft. N 1110ft FOR HK.IVOHI> 41 Ol' W T Y. 'I;. ,; < .f"1
of SE* W of Elk 17 & R-4 nit Lots W 420 N 210 ft. ri.onmt. i* IIANC10nr.: "I ''Cq; a (.
A ,, .21 73 A. F. A. C. Co., Inc (4.22 1, 2 of Elk 18, Livingston ., w 210 ft f'o beg II '7 III 4 Unknown 291 Virginia N, Hartman. '{ If''t.'

22 B. Rusnell 8.18 Truhv A Co's Sub- (.U II A 'n fiE Cor of 81t'4nf Plaintiff l 'r' .
U. 40 John Coleman rte
f 1 BWK Annie ] a ,
22 .
Dlv of NEVi of NEW 18 ( NW 14 xIA In NCor '.
... 8WK 1I'U: 40. Joannah E. Rogers 13.03 Lots. 1. 2 of BIk 22. Livingston alllo 4 A no ft III Ralph. R Hartman I' r .;,'. ,i: ,
of SW* W $75ftN&M Defendant. ;
.f NWVi\ Truby A Co' by ,
IE* i( 8 22 4 J. D. Russell 1.71 1 Snh-DIV Cf NEVI Of J 1(1 N of & adjoining 0 Ad..scrlb..4 331 IN TUB NAME OF THE: STATE t'. ...

8EV. of NEVi IIlof 6 22 20 W. T. Weeks 3.72 NEH t( ( 22 Unknown shove I 7 U 8 Marshall Jackson OF FLORIDA. ORRBTINUHt: 'f- f. ) '; .

Lot 2 of BIk 29. Mvinirstnn 2 A 'n NW C..r 01 Ett TO: ttalph It Hartman whoa ,Ii'
NEVi A SEV4 Co's of NE'.4 of 8E'.4 W 01 last known address Is. leneral Delivery it. 'i,
WI4 II b 22 10 Minnie- Tyson 2.01 Truby road 7 U I H. 8. Whatley S.10 Carthage North Carolina ''
Pnh-niv of NEVi of ,
2(1 ,'
,, :
of NE'4 of NE'.4 HE:<4 28 ( 22 Unknown 2 A In BE Cnr nt E% of You are hereby required to ap I ,'. : '
road ex 8 100 ft 20 22 IB Sarah R. Robinson 5.78 4 of Elk 30. Livingston SW'4 f NE44 E flf to the bill of complaint ,
Lots 3.l.
o( NEK of NEVi Truby Co' road .: 54 '7 7 II 1 Lacy RIt..1I' tiled herein agalnet you on or before ,l fit'I', r, (If

f road & I Ruh-DIv of NEVi cfNEH 124 8 414A of that portion. Monday, the 2nd day of 8..1'I'I > J I,'

of NEK A SWI42E4 ; 28 ( 22 Willie Roberts .f 'E'i! of 5W14 01 NEI4 II Mrs.. Winona Hoover tember, A. D 1940. this 'j4} ; \,I
20 < 22 (13 7 7 III Is further ordered that
(2 U D. Green Lots 1. :2 or EV4 of FIle W of road Mo..r. II 32 It Bradford : '\ : '
the ;
order be published
I % A NEVi of '
( 22 Onle Freeman 19.61 S2. Livingston E% of AE4\ of SW\4\ 1 1 211 10 Fonln E. Ilnn.rd 8.48 County Telegraph, a newspaperpublished If' ""
80 Mrs. & Co'i. Rub-DIv of NEVi B12 'Inn.rd 67.11N .J
8EI4' of SWii 0-x20 28 ( 22 Llllle Martin 59114 7 1 U 100 Fonln E.: In said County of urad- e) ,
nf NRV4 10 A. J. flrlrflM 10.18 \ ,
10 7 U week for fouruonnerutlve '\I
|! In NE' Cor W cff N 25 ft of Lot \! of NE'4 of $Et' ( ford unre each ,.
TAt S a. I1rlftl. )5S I ,
11 1 21 10 Z. weeks.WITNESH ::1'
1991C of NW1 Ifc '
22 IIIW'4
21 1 $\\16 flf
20 Unknown 4 of Hlk 89. 1lvlnlf"'n, I' '7 23: to Inn Ivey. J'ullare '15 hand" and oftl..II.1'H\ ,''
of W of of NW'4 !: my ,
014 SWVi '
Truhv ft ( 0' 5ub" -DIv a.72Lou ;
1.38 Emma HughesAlfred & NE\4\ of seal this list day of July A. D. F \ ,
3tf dE by21 < 22 1 Mrs. Onl Freeman of NEV of NEV: 28. 22 to W' nf 8W'4 14 '7 U 120 Unknown 1388II ? i

I ft N & S&In W NW ..I'tHv 2.Livingston 1 or N',, o Trnhv' Elk : .. NW'SE'4' of NEII NE'" nf 1940OFFICIAL( URAL) A. J. Thomas 't' 'If1tf
NW 21 32 -v MVs. TUma. Hougb 2.81 Siib-DIv of NEVi' Earner ., NJYo! of I-IW 4 15 Clerk Circuit Court. I. '
Po> 4.71l..nt ,
NW 120 Unknown
Ibtr .0'4tt N Nor SBlof of NEV 28 ( 22 N. %\ of tI: % 16 1 U 4t August 1, 9, 18, 23.L .. ,-> [
._.. M |
172E' ,
20 i'fr". n..rU. Terrell i
\ of NE'.4 11 7 U
SW\4 HW'16n II of Plk 41, Llvlne-s-" Ny" of NE4 of
N 315 ft, W 210 ton Trubv A Po's <*' Damon Dell 2.42 4 flf 01 NE4 J7 7 U 20 J. C. T.rr.1I A.t 472II I onitf.n np ...."..u. \riox/ ,
115 ft, K 210 ft Dlv of NR' of NE..4h28 ( 22 N' of NW'1: 17 7 1111 NO T. J. Aldprmnt' US The Stale of Florida, to:: i'
t'f rx I Lot 60 ft ;! to Ares Ivey I'ollard (..19MM and i ,
Wit! of Elk 47 Llvlna-s- HW'I4 nf M1.t/ 17 7 aa J. If Hpauldlng. If living,
J 8 by' 115 ft E & ion, T ru Emma HUB'S 231L. of HISV4 ex 'In If dead, all Mtrllea claiming, In* ,,'
m SB Cor 211m S S* 20 Octavla Ellerson 8.39> Dlv of NE'E '4 28 8 22 fK Cor & ex 81 3:0 ft terest under .1. 11. Xpauldlng, or ,'I''

NE' (for of a Lot n all Lot 1 ex W of fly 19 7 22 (7 Unknown ,18 otherwise.. In the property h.rf'ln,1, :

Jt tract nf land for- N 9'<, ft of Elk 1, I.lv- W'4 of aIAlot In 8W after described! and all persons t .

ly owned by p C. .. In..- lon, Trnhv Co'n J. Green S.45 CV.r of PHVi! <>f REVi! : of claiming Internets under ftosro. N.Hpaulillng "; i
wine In NIt of Addition *n SfHrkc 29 ( 22 "1'4 19 7 22 O. K. Prince (.04 ,, deceased. or otherwise t I ':,;,;.,

_maYMA | I lot 21. 22 1 Wm. Hall B72 Trtihy A ('"0'>. J. W. Edwards 4.46Mrs. A run W 860 ft, N 446 ft of 8KU of Ban 35, Twp. 7 t\"t\{. ,
>l SW Cor of 12 A Addition 'lo Stsrke 28 ( 22 for H pt of beg thence H, It. 82 K (......I't a piece' of (;..

i of land formerly N"i of Lot 4 A all Lots run K 105 ft. N 10R ft, land about K ft. by 60 ft. where j '

5, S, 7 of nil 2. LlvIne'Ktonp W 105 ft. S 105 rt to the llaptlMt church IN), sltuat! '''I'{ '
.* run mldaland Triihv A Co'nAddition J. B. Wilson ( 38 hog 19 1 U P. W. Hwlndell 4 14 In' Bradford County Klorlila, ; I ,
R "..dn I"f to Stnrke 28 ( 22 All Lnt" 11. 18, 19. 20 Take l:. M Knights 1 I f
nr.11"h..thr l
? : J
I"E land.. of Sarah Lots 4. B. S, 7, 8, 9. 10, ex lint 40 ft E lit W : .; i H suit ,
Jt II K variation 11, 12. n. 14 of Elk bv 34'tftN&SInSW In (t'lrcult hurt "I Bradford County ;
|about l 105 yilH to a ,, 10, Livingston Truhv C"or nf loot 20 19 7 U Unknown 32,71N'1 'lorlda. In Chancery against you:\ I r '.t.,

"i th.nie NW to beg A r-o'd Addition to J. II. Addison 2051 of NI'4 lie RW of and each of you as defendants, .ao": .
AE'i lit KWl-i; 28 eu: fir 941 to foreclose a innrt-
Tem- "Stark* )II 1'4 ex road lit MY.. csne No. .
J8uh-llv 21. 22 Unknown 7.22 lx.ts 1. 2 3 of Plk 11. .z :I gage over above described property j 1
|on E': line of WH .: 1Jvingston( Triihv inE'fI E('rrwl4 520 7 U 135 Inn Ivey Pollard 23.73N1 and you are thn.orderedto ,f "

re9Inefof 2 W Co's Addition to RtarKe T. A Williams 1231 of 81'4: .x 2 A In 66.01Lot appear In said rause ron
f NWVi in0 28 ( 22 NW ('nr 20 7 U 71 Unknown Heptemher 9. 1940. otherwise the ,
Reo 21 crosses Lots 12, 11, 14 of Elk 11.Livingston. 4 ....b.Dlv of flW' allegations: : of the bill' of complaintwill '
N parallel with Trubv Oliver Acpenwall 1048 "f flW'4 P1l 1 Lot In be taken as. .confessed by you. ''p' "'j''

""'4.ft for a pt4'g Cob Addition, to "'Starke 28 ( 22 NW ('or 87ftI1& Why 4 Tloosevelt Smith 616 It I. further ordered that his. II". '

thence W at _. I N" of Lots 2, 13 & all I In ft N oil tI 211 7 22 40 Jeanette Taylor 7.58 order he published ones each week :,. .
f angles to said 12 & Siv\ "' 4. It 511" of 21' 22 for four consecutive weeks priorto "
3 40 tries Ivey Pollard 9 73 '
22 II ml fordCounty
7 In
160 ft Nu114 21 said return day r
N. Livingston 01 '
118y" ft of Plk 13, NW .
y4 20 Peoples Htate Bunk 401' J
.11 ft S Addition 14.23 01 RWI.4 21 7 22 a duly noallfteil ,
118Y" ft Trubv C o's W. T. Weeks Wok flf NW'4 20 It. 'r. Corhln lea 1 T..I".r.phi I
22 7 iii I.he" I saidcounty. ,
pt of beg 21. 22 W T. Murrhee 482 to Rtarhe 28 ( Eu nt NW'4 of SW'21 40 Clifford Ilahme 7.11I'' n t
7 1 of Blk 2 Pln.- Lots 1, 2 of Elk H TlvInvsfon N124 of I-IW'4 21" U 20 Unknown 401 : I
't Development 21 6 22 Maude Walnwrlght 7.04 Truhy A Co's J. C. Terrell Agt. 13(3 H'.... of '/ of BW'16 21 7 22 40 Jeanetts Taylor B 90 Witness my hand and official
It nl NE'4' ot BIk Addition to Starke 28 ( 22 HW'4 of NW14 Z2" U 40 Peoples State Bank 7.58 seal at Starke, Bradford County
oIRaE.N 6 A f>Ui' of Lots (. I NW14 of NW'.4 28 7 U Florida this August 9. 1949 '
ft nf 111'4 of Blk Lots 9 of Elk 17. Livingston. NE1' of NE" .x 14 A 24 Peoples Slate Bank B 02 (OFFICIAL. REAL) A J. Thomas, 01
ot R 7 (4 road t9 1 22 A* Clerk said Circuit Court
2 E ex 1 Lot Truhy A Co's Additionto J. P. Roberts K of public i
of oq U Clark 3.02 Starke 28 ( 22 All SWy NW4 R ofIty 10 Unknown B 02 9.9t 1-30
in N 2 Rebaner 11 22
of Rr 323 20! 7
Blk Late 11.12. 13, 14 of BIk ax 1 In NW ('or U Frank C. Gould 21,41tote ;
4 oil Fro" of Ely 25 Livingston, Truby Aro's Nit of lIIk 4 In Hramnton 30 7 NOTirn or "P.t.I.-ATION .
Blk I N of R 3 E. Addition I to Wm. C. Trather 4.49 7. I of Dlk II In 7 22 Hampton Development FOR TAX IttOKItHetiato '
f 22
( 30
Fracs sold to N. D. Starke Hampton Co. I.18 ( Illll N*. teas "
man being 549 ft Lots A. 9 of BIk 2. Davis NOTICE IS HKllKnv OIVKV: ,
6 8 being aU A Truby's Addition to M. F. Brown 7.34Geo. Lot l& W 20 ft fit lot. That Alva N. Colson holder of Tax :
Iraca W of Jo; line IS ( 22 2 of Blk 2Ulantone 22 W. O. Seals 4.<1 Certificate No. SI. Issued the 4th. r
NEf NW'4 Lo8's'rlJT. i'. i4 rPlk Add to Hampton 80' day of July A. ii. 193. has filed t
lot of 2, Dav'l ele A Truby's B. Flynn 1(77Home Lote T. '. I, 10 of Blk earns. In my office and bun made J
RaE lit 314of Add to "Starke 28' 22 311 In Rlantone Add to 30 7 U Rev W. E. Daugherty 11.4' application for a'.. deed to b"
1 .f Blk 2 N of S 8 ft of Lots 7. R all Hampton 'Issued thereon Said certificate
1 E Temples Sub- Lots 9. 10 "f P" BN. All that "rtaln plea of embraces the following described
908 Addition to Owner's Loan land lying between (1.M property In the County nf Bradford.Htate .
22 4 12 Ford J. Jones .
I land 10 Mrs. Grace IS 8 22 I U a /I. A. L.fly .
I Si F. ity :
I wit
y nlf on E Starke Corp. 80 1 22 a W. H. Maxwell 2.71 of Florida to- !
." .ot the old In NWVi of NE'4 Lots 7, n of )hlk 13 Ward CitySection
N. J. 1 9 V 4 R Af Vtllt
f! Lrra Mouth Range
pUblioIh. Lot 1 of Elk I Township : .
no nR CAwtey knownpnoertyloTl'arower Jones. A dill I 11 Ion to 22 Unknown 157 2 Wrlghte Add to 30 7 22 Mallle Williams 4.2( 20 Kast.
28 (
Starke Hampton T 22 to Unknown I'15I The assessment of the esld properly *
: Temples Add I t Inn to flW14 of NW',. ao 7 22 4fI Unknown 15 under the said certificate Is*

..for of NW'.4AIt of lark.--28 k 22' 5N64 of NWt. ftO 80 7 U 40 Vnknow. ,.15 sued was In the name of Unknown.
8.84 2. 8 R 81! ft fl. R. Johns 1577 HW'4 of 51114 Unless said certificate. shall be re.deemed *
NW (('nr of U 22 11 Mrs. Orac. Ford LoIS I,of Lot 4. Jtlk 9 28 ( 22 1931 All W1I4 fit Hii.4: of aWI4 IS '7 Unknown 2.11 according to law the prop- .J
In 7
8W'.4 7 OreenC.
" L. JI ,
Sty sold
( 22 W Of described therein will be
12 .rty
8 Bll
.wp\ 7CI &f
VrEpioof 74. Lots 13. 14 8 23 A. FutchI. 8W\4\ of NE'4 .x 4 A onE to the highest bidder at the courthouse t I

\ eC'- thenceI Lots 4. 5 of BIk 14Lot 28 O. Prevail 297 side Sr.4' of 'U TT lI'r.. L. R. Kaleh 11.74 door on the first Monday In ,'
Dlft ft 22 81 ,1
114 00 28' 1.71 NW14 4.71 of 1940 .
3 of Elk J8 FuwhUnknown 7 II 40 "nknown the month September .
boundedlOON bto.t of Rlk) 23 28 ( 22 C. A. 1.71 NW44 of AW\4\ 81 31 T II 40 Vnkn.wn ',72 which In the 2nd any of Ueptem .. ; .
"110 3.(3 Lot 7 ( 22 14W'4 of tlW'4 bee 1940. { .
: 4 22 Aaron Holley A wife Lot 8 of Elk 27 28 NW'" of Sl';" & W 4 of 22 10 Unknown 7.17 I Dated this (th., day of August
7 I
I? ?VW* Elk ToBIk 201 : 10'y; fit NEV;: U 1940. i' 1

NnE of 4.19 "p'eek1'AVd.Mon I 28 ( 22 P. F.. Knight 1 N'i! of N', of NI'4 & 7 1'2 .0 Unknown SitlNW (OFFICIAL. BEAD A. J. Thomas
21 22 11 Delia Rlgdon tarke 138 N of of NW'4' 31 40 Unknown ..12 Clerk of circuit Court of Drsdfor4County ,
y NEt4 of NE'16 of 127 Lot II of 3(. Pe.k.'28J'fefcSiV. ( 22 D. E. Knight '. of N1114 sa 1 1 21 3'2: James Veal ... Florida. '-9 4t 8-80 \ ;

or UI 22 \S Unknown Addition 10 Starke 1.31 NE'4 flf AR'. px N 400 ft"
NE4E of NE% 4E2 Lot J4 of Rlk 2 Peek. 22 D. E. Knight Corn St W Cor of NE4fof ,
28 ( reN or APPMC \TIOV/
321 moricn
t eo ft 4 22 13 8. B. Johns Addition 10 Harkn run N Sityda
Nw" RIll- Bit 1.511,7 TA 11 IIKKM:
C' Brlnson 555yde FOR
4 SEy, Dr. P. A. F. )ld". N
tlW't 0 8W lot. 6. 4 22 W 2514 In beg <*>..<. Hilt Mo. Hill: r
01 reds '
4 SW 4 22 20 S. R. Johns Clay P.. 4 23: -20 A A Hfcl, NB'4 NOTICE IS Beasloy HEREBY holder of '
\ of 1.08 In NK Cor kex That Oertrude
NE14 of Hoover less B A
213 C"s Pon L. 171, bend the
22 Certificate I
oNW of .1 22 B Fd Williams 1.82 Lot 8 of Blk 2 28' 112 S A In 8W Cor-3B 7 22 B2 W. W. Pack ham 4.44 4th day of of July A I>. 1936 has
10Evkof 22 10 Harry Stern 11. J2 of Elk W. N. Johnson 83 A I and has :
10. office
t In
Ny of SEy of23 Love 28 ( 22 1.01 A 100 ft wide by filed same my deedto i
704 Nlckle 1200 for a tax
Terrell E. ofNW'4 made application
J. In SWVi "
Bertie 28' 22 ft long
3 22 Mrs.
of 8 Maid certificate ,
1e Rlk Indeed be Issued therenn.
n laf' A Ulan Lot a Stump"Adilltlon 13.33 a. recorded following described ,''' ',
KW'S'1' of .!.E% 1.81 Bike A. n, C. D 21 ( 22 Unknown book 7, pages of 5 embraces property the In the County of

road 23 12 :S J 3. Pllcox 20 57,4n ( of 111kLot" A 22. public records f Florida, to-wltt '
4, Bradford, Htate o
3. Flor
: 5IS 1 22 Ch.". J. Johnson I. 2. to 1." Bradford County J. A. Mllltgan 2 31 Addition I.,
of Atq 1(0 4'21iMAE Oa"king Addition 2 Mrs. Onle Freeman 35NH 1 22 Lot I of Silk C, Jonee .
(22 ida & '
'fa 13 PalhemueI
A 26 1 22 40 Unknown It HEW' 34 1 22 20 Clinton F. to Starke Section Township ,
ex E' of Stark I of SW. ,
389 .t NE ('or w 3,0 of NKV': A E 4 A South. Range 22 East. ;
.t 22 IS Unknown Com run NEVi assessment of the said prop- '
Na'ti utoSEy4 Of25 sW' of NWVi of NEV. The
of of NH "
Issued "
.38 of beg said certificate -
. 1 a pt "f arty under the rI
for .
'f 6 12 S Unknown 51 ft. ft to AI,1, k4N1 of Unknown. If
: 10 if a90 NPy.t of was In the name .
of : t'o 21 13 40 Mrs. Etta Brlnson '.14 thence thence W W ny' 2 22 71 W. & 8lbley Unless said certificate shall be .
lit : NW"4 21 1 22 10 Mrs. 8. F. Morgan JIIghway. '4 Sec line nf HWVi of NE'4 WV4 ofN 1'' redeemed according to law, theproperty .
I lip, AK otSE'R u: 211 150 to N 392 ft to land BEVi of NWV"W 1 1 U 2(0 Unknown S."I I described therein will be 1 Ii ,\

'of 8\ ..C'or. 427 1 11 19 R F. Clark II." thence thence E to beg (22 9 Pat. Oatsett (26 >2,ot k SDI. I U 44)) Unknown sold to the highest bidder at the 'I"
'U Kit Williams line t! door on the first Monday
;. \ of NEVE of fn 10 h A MWt34. aE' NP..4: 4k11N314 court house 4 ;
of SE4tof NW% month of
189 BTflO ft of NEVi of A N'' 14.05'' In the M.Pt.mb.l'l
1 4 22 13 Della KellerI. portion ofIt df AI'% S I 22 ISO Unknown 1.4.. which Is the 1
8EItf NE "orn tolE' ex Tlkbetts ,.(. of /:I1'"E: % .

21 f8 N g 5106g run )' k ex ty A In NE19 ( 22 4 Mrs. F. M YQIa. .11 SS'.:4I44' elfNIN4. \M 4 8 22 21* Unknc-en 130 t9f Meptemher Hated this 1940(th day of August.194D f
10 Unknown14O \ r.
21t ttf\,8 u't f land b.lnlll 4 ( 22 .
105 It to 1.70 595 yde N & H b,' noyd. Wu4 of MW 4 of SWV4 4 8 13B Unknown 3004*.71 (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J.: Thomas ".
6t EIJ Rradfor'iCounty
51114: 40 Unknown ..'
It !9P. II 4 22 J. Keller W Rounded N I 22 Clerk of Circuit Court. of ''I -
E of JIIE'4 .
1Ir.'i Cop of fiEI) Mannlntr. Sby NE" six) Florida. ( 4t 8-30 "
A of ContUutd on pace
211 run 8 lOy ft"pt b y land Darb,.. E b. ( 5
S, :Serf;or a 01 Alderman A. W by. Tor- (21 1 Unknown 4.71 : }or
run W alO I" iE'4! of 8E% It
10,101 jp E 124 ru.lIa
;gll0 4
b Is 4 22 J 1. J. Keller


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> > Haste makes waste First frIends and relatives for ,several I Mrs. R. M. Crosby Sunday, -.aa t

Il'tll: SOCIETY and CLUBS Roswell spilled a mess of choco- days. Mrs. Newon Mott and little son, Recipes

late syrup all over Hugh's pants Tommie Reynolds of Reddick Marshall) of Brooker; were dinner

-- -------- -- ----- ,= ------ ----- and shoes, and then Hugh got Is visiting friends ,and relativesfor guests, of. Mr. and Mrs. ,H. li. -, -

:Methodist W. S. C. S. Circles Visitors Entertained Sunday School Picnic even by dousing Roswell with a a few days Lewjq} Thursday. nUIIY ha)' --

chocolate milk-shake .. One Mr. and Mrs.. D. A. Simon and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Mrstributes, R A. e '
Entertained Monday At Hamburger Supper Officers, teachers, and membersof thirsty Guardsman ordered four son, T. L., of Gainesville were children of Raiford were visiting a recipe for Ne"80IIIt'

the Baptist Sunday School'en- milk-shakes and drank 'em all, of Mrs. L. C. Smith Mr. and Mrs W C. Conner Sun Is delicious yet a
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, leader of Saturday night, at seven o' dinner guests Is IneXPeriIlYf
joyed a picnic from two until one by one, with great gusto called a
Circle No. 1 of the "Woman'sSociety clock Misses Helen Dowllng, and family Sunday. "bURY day ,
I. six o'clock last Thursday after- If the 800 Guardsmen now at day.Mrs. cause I it Is
i.;. of Christian Service, en- Gayle Sewell and Harold Bishop Rev. 1..1| G. Hemingway filled T. T, Tucker and son, The KO t
the Strickland landing on cause such a
at contributor
.: tertained her circle members gave a hamburger supper at H. noon Camp his regular appointment at the Oniel, spent Sunday with Mr. and! like chocolate'two says fat
Lake. and are a If
; pp Ph Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock A, Bishop's Kingsley Lake cottage Kingsley flurry, Roswell Hugh Baptist church Sunday morningand Mrs., McIntosh, of Starke.EVERGREEN. cake )
the afternoon swimmingand do when squares !
During wondering they'll of )
,ryl In the Methodist Sunday School In honor of Misses Helen evening. I elate unawh1etet
other water sports were en- 22,000 arrive (melted) to t
Building. and Dorothy Ellen Steele, Gainesville the
W. T. McEver returned to his there hltttr
Joyed, and at six o'clock a picnic Pathos personified: Little Richard you are. :
of their uncle and
1 Arrangements o f Radiance guests home Tuesday after upending eev- By Mrs. F. A. Rosier On-
t, ,; roses were used In decorating the aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, supper was enjoyed.SAMPSON Kidd 1, 2. 3, went to the i eval days with relatives In North flour and three-founhs

.;... auditorium where the meeting; and Miss Marian Palmer West station with Bunny to see his Georgia. Miss Jaqueta Armstrong of '1 CUp
+' ; was held.During. Palm Beach guests of Miss Gayle CITYBy daddy off for the National Guard Dover Is spending several days 1."cup sugar
.. Etta Fay Dyal maneuvers bi Louisiana As teaspoon< salt
Sewell. her'
iwl. the brief business meet- RISINGBy here with cousin Clarice 2 1-2
the train from borne teaspoons
''a Irg: which was presided over by Enjoying the event with the. pulled away Rosier. baking
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal mad 'plate Richard looked mournfully Mrs. II. II. Lewis One-third cup Pol.
the leader, a special collectionwas hosts and honorees were: Marian a business trip to Gainesville Fri : at his mother and said, "Bunny, Mrs. J. E. .Rosier Is visitingher shortening. butter Or Q
taken for local work the Palmer, Margaret Smith. Carolyn Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and father, E. Gnann and sister Two-thlrda
dt amount of which was $4.:50. Green, Betty Green Jean Davis, day.Mrs. I we ain't got no daddy and no cup SWeet
H. P. Jones and two children money" Mr. and Mrs! Edd Murrhee and Mrs. Ella Kersey in Manatee this 2 eggs rail
In response to the call of the Margaret Pearce. Martha Mat- and Mrs. Hiram Jones returned little son, Edwin, of Green Cove 1 teaspoon
r b' Rev. L. A. Shepherd, chaplain oft Mathews Marian 'Caught Aunt Vida Morgan Springs, were dinner guests of week.Mr.. Sift flour lemon fJavortng!
{' ''ry hews, Margie to their home In Atlanta and Mrs. Aubrey Thompson sugar
her ,
rr j the State Prison Farm for Christian asleep at post Wednesday Bait
Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Conner Sun- ing and
t literature for the prisoners, Dowllng, Phillip Manassa, Billy Ga., Wednesday. hot weather and rockin' and children of Klssimmee powder into mlxbt

Iti s 4 Circle No. 1 Is asking for memo Jackson, Buddy Gray. George I Mr. C. R. Graves of Jackson- chairs Invite the sandman day.Mr. enroute to Mt. Holly, Mississippi, Add shortening milk, 1Inbt
and Mrs. Luther Harrell, spent the week-end here with eggs and
ville the week-end here flavoring
'bers and all others Interested In Flynn, Emmett Perryman. Wilson : spent Nother good one about the all at
with his of LaCrosse spent Sunday with Mrs. Thompson's .brother-in-law and beat w..n.. .-
a ? the call to send Christian papers Rivers, Jack Dyre Jimmy family. soldier-boys: Tuesday nlte, on one Bake -- oV' wo IDIn
+ Mrs. Harrell's parents, Mr. and and sister. Mr. _and Mrs. R. S. In moderate
frhfJ and magazines to Mrs. W K. Mr. Herman Parrish of Jack- of Call's corners, a crowd of -- --- OVen bit
Sewell. A. Z. Adkins, Jr.. L. :M. Mrs. R. M. Crosby. Rosier. five or thirty
Middleton or Miss Olive Ray, who sonville visited his brother. Mr. army-nitwits said to every girl minutes. Ice
r will see that they are sent to Mr, Gaines and Billy Dowling. Lewis Parrish last week. who passed their way: "You look Irene Lewis was dinner guestof Miss Louise Rosier is spending any desired frosting RIB
I Elna Conner, of Gum Branch, two'weeks in may be baked
Birmingham, Ala In
,, : .j4&4 Shepherd Mr, and Mrs. Ray Goodge Just like Margie!" Jus' waitll layers| '""I
t C\RU OF THANKS Sunday. visiting her uncle and aunt steeple pan.
,, Following the business meeting visited friends here Saturday George Macanus finds out they've Mr.
d Miss Olive Ray presented an Interesting -I We wish to express our sincere night. been copyin' his comic I Mrs. Emma Kirkland of TampaIs and Mrs. J. H. Reynolds.
program, using as her appreciation and thanks to the Mrs. M Varnes of Palatka i Wonder what some of the gals visiting her father, Eld. N. T.. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hamiltonof New Soda Jerker

topic, "Christian Unity." The:I many kind and thoughful friends spent last week with her daughter said in retort; if anything King. Winter Beach are visiting Mrs. Last week
'dpy scripture lesson for the afternoon who were so sympathetic and Mrs. E. D. Jones. Hope one of 'em said "An' you're Mr. Bishop Thomas spent the Hamilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Hugh Ingram,
was 1st Corinthians, 12th chapter. I I I helpful to us find to our dear Mr. W. H. Smith and Artford the image of Elmer" week-end with his parents, Mr. E. Rosier. S.graduated, last spring trot, ,1
"Miscellaneous M e d 1 i t'a' lions" wife and mother during her recent Brown made a business trip to 'Charlie and Mrs. Bob Thomas of La Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders : was employed by Carpe
'Notice Burton halt Drug Store ,
and short prayers, taken from 1 Illness and death. We are Jacksonville Monday.Mr. crosse. and children Mrs. Maggie For- ro rake Mike
the World Outlook, were given by grateful, too, for the many beautiful and Mrs. Bob Warren and hopped into Candy Dennis' shoesin Will Lewis of Plant City and i sythe and Mrs. Joe Copeland of place at '.he- anda-fmmhiq'

:Mrs. E. L. Matthews I flowers sent and for' the Mr. M Varnes of Palatka madea the Dry Cleaning Buslness..1, Mrs. Grover Moore, of Ft. Myers (: Jacksonville\ spent Sunday afternoon Hike started t II, school MOnda,
"'Couldn't figure out what In the '
Miss Amy 'Coburn gave are-I message of comfort they repre- business trip here Saturday. returned home Saturday here with B. E. Rosier and
I ,world was 'til It dawnedon
going on
Hume of the article, "Faith Cabin sent. Roy Hill returned home last visiting their mother Mrs. alter// mother. TO CUICK
me for the 65th time that I k I
Libraries" and concluding the J. L. Silcox; week from Pensacola where he has Lewis, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs Paul Glover and RI
Candy gone with the guards
program was "A Woman Pastor," Henry, Lacy, George Silcox, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. j Mary Powell of Starke children returned to Ft. Pierce IN7pdke
given' by Miss Amelia Ray. Fannie and Ruby Silcox, Mildred Gallagher. 1! the week-end with Haven Crosby. Friday after spending the past
of the National
During the. social hour Mra. Mrs Alice Jenkins, Mrs. Mr. L. H. Hill was visiting in WHO Speakin'said Guard Mr. and Mrs: Robert Oliver, two weeks here with Mrs. Glov- tk
tl's to be
: going lone
Perryman served her guests a Doris Rosier. Lake City last week. I some around here when the boys Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Sterling White, of er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 66LIOUID
tempting ice course. were visiting Mr. and Rosier
leave? I think there're in
Mrs. A. Wood. and Mrs. Pearl ,. 0111
__ ___
town than
now more they were ---- u
Simpson were joint hostesses I Carolyn Callstreet before And all new faces, I '
Monday afternoon at the homeof
too New worlds to conquer,
the former when .
they enter.lamed I eh girls Up and addem! .

Summer members flowers of 'were Circle used No.2.In OH! oh, oh! All this week tha he, and the whole thing happened Gotta go now Cotta go YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD '

town has been jrwarmln with just a terr'bly few days before get beautiful Hear ano.h"rbunch !
decorating the living room, where f
the 'guests were entertained.Mrs. Khaki I I 'Been scared to look, time to come home Other of soldiers'll be in soon
though, to see how are our sufferers Mrs. So long See In the
I... D. Green, leader, many ivy : H. A. Law- you SPECIAL MADE FURNITURE
ened the meeting with the boys They deserve the town's son, Sonny Haynes .. Bewareof next -4f I don't elope with some
"My Faith Looks Up To Thee.song" friendliness don't let 'em leaves 'when they. come in handsome osslfer before then MADE TO ORDER, AND ALL FURNITURE
Mrs think Starke houses s buncha threes, says Carolyn ; Carolyn..
Simpson gave the Devo- MADE OF
tional service, reading from the snobs Guns, ,soldiers, observation School HAS started,*. and thingsare I SOLID WOOD-WILL NOT COME

55th Chapter of bulb; trucks 'n' everythingroJlln' very definitely humming .1 GRAHAMBy APART IN DAMP WEATHER

"Dare We Say What We In since Sunday If there're any fain tin' spells from Mrs. L., C. Smith

Think," an article from the World ''Heard the highest ambition of the heat, the Superintendent's our
Outlook, was' ably discussed by Patsy Keen and Bonnie Jean own Doctor Middleton, and Prin- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ayers of ALSO REPAIRS, AND REFINISHING TO

Mra. W. G. Halle. A summaryof Hawkins'was to rate Carolyn I I cipal Williams has It.In him to Gainesville are visiting the latter's FURNITURE

the article, "Methodist WomenIn ,. Well.- -trals.- -you've stuck to be a doc.. so there you are .- .- parents; Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
'Alaska," was given by Mrs your guns pretty well, so maybethe have. no fear Johnson.
Titus Olson. 1 whole town should know It! I Pat Lambe Is driving I Mrs. L. C. Smith returned to I

Mrs. I. p. Shepherd read a % ". Blonde Patsy and Black- body slowly bug-bouse every-, Explanation her home Thursday after a short All On Easy Payments !
visit with her pon-in-law I
beautiful haired Bonnie Jean are a cute and
poem, "What Have I : she has a dandy man's
Done Today?" pair .r n'no mistake .'.* curved-to-fit-the-wrist watch with daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O.

Following the song, "Blest Be Many 1- time>! a. partakernevera mysterious engraving on the Graves In Daytona' Beach. 0'1 j

'The Tie"That Binds," Mrs. Halledismissed" iIiIiII groom-. .,:.> tsk, tak SpeakIn' back, and'doggone ,it, she.won'tbe was accompanied home' by +I HARTMAN'S FURNITURE
daughter, Alta Smith wholas CO.
the meeting I ,with of BIJIy Graham jnd all,, the coaxed ,beaten, or paid to tells .
"" been visiting In other :
prayer. aDuring!< /weddings he's ,been a part of what It says _. She always points II+
the social hour Mrs. lately latest was the Wind- makes sure nobody' snatches the of Florida. I Phone 52 Eddie Hartman Prop. Starke Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
Wood and, Mrs. Haile. served the hamMcCoy.ceremony in Gaines- watch to find out, too Every- P. Summers I ,
eleven members present light refreshments -I Iville Thursday' rote .. Bill says body in SternberK's store is about and daughters Katie and Chispa II, I l

of punch 'and wafers he pinch-hit for Homebody (not to go nuts trying to find out left Sunday for Ocoee to visit [ __ _

I I the groom) In that one, and what it says Dolly has the --- -- --

For sale Adding Machine and claims that the only reason he low-down, but Is cooperatin' with

Typewriter Ribbons at Telegraph I gets messed up In so many Is: sis But she does admit thatit

office. he'. the only one in Starke, except : concerns a man, and Is-uh .

r Nat Sternberg, who owns a very Interest poor Johnny
tux, and Nat's is too little for Godwin will be In Chattahoocheesoon
'l -" HERE* TO ",.tto' him I if Pat doesn't break down "I can now offer

:? .-' Last and ... .L,
THEIR HEALTH 4J.Ie Wednesday's Rotary speaker I ease his curiosity ..
: Richard Forest, weld; In his Mr, Hugh Brownlee Is Join' all you'I"

-.1 super-bupreme talk, that Starke light when it comes to originality
A 'glass of milk contains a..*'I strikes him as quite okey-doke, He's punctured his

much calorie nourishment. an one 'except for one thing: i It's: snooty straw hat with 10 or 12 good, more car for !
extra: large chop; three *llrc ofj,' ta strangers :Mr. Forrest healthy hole, each 'bout the size your money

bread) one large baked potato 'said In words similar to these, of a quarter, and not like the .
two poached egg' 01'1 that it Isn't any skin off your sissy-fled ones they make with

Your children will love teeth to walk up to a fella and machines, to look like they were
pure, ride milk. Health demands' say how-do-ya-do That's stuck with an ice-pick "Effective at once I become

It- our modern, sanitary dairy) right, says I What's an introduction Thai what I call a hat-to-flt-the- Packard dealer in this locality."
supplies It. Nearly everyone IN anyhow ? ? ? .' ,weather.
ordering extra milk during. the nothln' If know
practically you The Editor tells me that Ros- '
warm weather-and ft'. extremelywise I how to be friendly anyway well Noegel and Hugh Ingram

of to rrriucn the consumption. I I sound like "Advice to the (soda Jerkers supreme at Carpen- J. P. ROBERTSOWNER
heavy fowl
and drink more Friendless," but we know 'tis so ter's drug store) were 'throwing
we could be friendlier drinks all over.each other Tues- Ewa
PETERSON'S Our Editor is back! Ar- day afternoon-when their' fountain
rived Saturday nits decorated was swamped by National .
,: x A
SUPREME MILK & CREAM with poison ivy and a blistered lip Guardsmen from Camp Blanding J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS

Phone 174 For Delivery 'Sa miserable feelln,' says .' Haste makes waste, boysANNOUNCING

e- p._ __aee -. .eapeefl' .. _"_ pp .., __ I' AM DELIGHTED to announce '" In
I my it
iI a
"; a, appointment as a Packard dealer. It '' '

1 is a Company. and a car, I have long i, < '

admired. t U? q
I 1
And I am happiest that my appointment ;

come at a time when the Packard I 1 'a

-! Mr. W. R. (Bill) Alvarez Company( er completing a 4-year ex I .. .

pansion plan, has been able to build lit ,ri'Y J

erally unheard-of values into f '
Packard "
cars. ,
Has Been Appointed Local Representative ; B
Every 940 tar in the P.clt..di"._ the I / !

110,, the 130,. the 160 and the 180 offers I 1111111111/11/ .
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-V--'EI For more looks, luxury,performance'and prestige, I ,,x IllIlliiIffi
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: than .
)o little money bat ever bought before.I .

R : :. ; (GULF; LIFE INSURANCE- CO. ,. '. c.urge you to come and see these superb eager L sM :

to help you in every way. And you'll also _

: OF ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA find that we are ably equipped to serve +.. i4. "''

.' you promptly at low cost-for our service ;""

-...,' t department, we believe, is second to none.

All Forms Of Legal Reserve Life Insurance

wrng. : I I ''

TM, IT'S TRUE! This bjg,

BESURE and- INSURE WITH > a newly.styled, fast-stepping
L 1940 Packard-i is priced ? O

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W. : ALVAREZ P. O. Box 303

.., FOR 1940 e
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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. B. Mills of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova{I and Mr. Street Dendy and Mr \ 'i
Lamp PaintedCity
Springs is the guest this week of and family have moved in from' and ,Mrs. A. O. Ludwig all of
-- ,_ ,_. her mother, Mrs. E. M.
---- Thomas, Kingsley Lake where Gainesville
they spent !, and a picnic dinner Light and Water Plat
Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and !and her brother-in-law and sister, the six weeks in Mrs. E. E.
i bithgnationht Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis past together was served' employees last week gave Call t
and '
Edna owto, daughter, Freddie; spent Monday daughter :Miss Jean Davis, spent i Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Wilkinson Canova's cottage. The cottageis Streets lamp posts a fresh coat .: ":,

In Jacksonville. Sunday In Archer with Mrs; G Pearce now occupied by Mr. and Mrs.F. Announce New Service of silver (aluminum) paint. Tk. J
has returned V. Anderson. Miss student A. Canova and family of lamp posts are much more at'1,,

t0 Ca"f0r- Miss Johnnie Russell is spending -- nurse!' in the Jackson Memorial Gainesville.New Eddie Hartman, youthful owner tractive and add greatly to Uw .'

rip two weeks in Chicago, 111., New shipment' of I Hospital in Miami la upending of Hartman'a 'Furniture and ') appearance of the town when they "

visiting relatives hoes, j just received strawberry Bradford: a three weeks' vacation here with shipment of *(J-HW berry j are brightly painted
Oakland Hardware) Co. her mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce hoes. J u a t receive, Bradford I Novelty Company this week an- I r,
T, Saxon of I Hardware Co. nouncea that In the future his
N. Miss Madge Whigham TAKE
Bertha1civwi was a II PRECAUTIONS '
guest < M- Miss Jencelle shop will make furniture and fixtures
be business visitor in Gainesville Mrs. Frank I Hutchings and
Tuesday afternoon. the Robshaw of Palatkawas Miss Doris Crews will\) leave Friends of Mrs. W. D. Faxon special to order, and make I When you have been out late .1 ;
guest Monday night of '''Tuesday for Stetson at night eating and takea ,
of Mrs E. M. Thomas University in will be glad to learn that she has, repairs and refinishing! to fur- : drinking
a new stock Pa1mer- I and Mr. and 'DeLand, where they will attend I recuperated sufficiently to returnto 1 spoonful of Blama-Rex in a '. .11/
Miss Marian Mrs. A. J. niture, all
Wilkinson.Mr. on
enamels, Went easy payments.
deck the glass of water before to
IUIII ;i Baptist Assembly for ten her home here from Mobile, going
pardwa&re Co. Palm Beach is the house guestof ,days, Ala., where she underwent an operation "Your credit la good," Mr. Hartman bed. Bisma-Rex acts four ways I \
Miss Gayle Sewell. and Mrs. E. L Molpus I! last says Ills well! equipped to combat acld-indigeIUon. Try \trl'
Miami I I II month while on a vacation ;
Wages ot is thePhillipa have returned from a three II I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jones of trip. She was accompanied shop can turn out anything In It and see how wonderful It Hi. ,.
)lr. and Mrs. A. O. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hartman have weeks' vacation in Sylva and Tampa spent last week-end and home by her children. Dorothyand the furniture and fixture line, 'Buy mama-Rex: only 50c, at thJ J( "(i' "
returned from a month's visit other points in North Carolina.Mr. I 'I and furniture U made of solid Rexall Drug Stor-c&rpenter'a '
the first part of the week herewith Buddy, and by her mother, ;
with relatives in Chicago, Ill { his brother-in-law and sister Mrs. Georgia Cooper and her sis wood, not veener. I Store In Starke. I.j,. .,.r, l'Drug :

and Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. J. J. Canova and Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shep ter, both of Mobile. f\\
Miami visiting Mrs. Ella Mae McAnly of Win
st week In family of Gainesville will spend herd. '
ter Haven was the guest Monday Sunday here with his mother : Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and FUNERAL DIRECTOR : t

night of Miss Madge Middleton. Mrs. E. E. Canova. I I' Special heavy made strawberry j jI daughter, Mias! Betty Hayes, enjoyed My Many. Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Bender ;; ,

fct Jackson andernoonunpent (I trowel 20c each, Bradford Hard an automobile trip Sunday EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE i "
Duncan is
Kaspar spending this Mrs. S. M. Simmons and son, ware Co. that took them to Salt Springs, MODERATE PRICES ':
week in Jacksonville
with his Tom, of Petersburg Va., arrived I j i-I I Silver Springs, Juniper Springs DeWITT C. JONES
grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Duncan. Silver Glen, and Ocala. At Salt
today to spend a few days With !, spent Starke Florid
E-Word Mrs. Bertha Pearce. the past week here with her Springs they were Joined by Mr. ,
Miss Ernestine Morris of Ever 9
I ,brother and sister-in-law the Rev. I
glades is the guest this week of I I'i I
Mr. and and Mrs C. H. Allen, left Tues
== Misses Marlon and Helen Dow- Mrs' R. M. Griffin and
\LE-farm of 60 acres on. ling. children of St. Petersburg were day for her home'In West Palm 7 7 "

nPaiford! Road nine miles guests last week-end of Mr. and ,,Beach igt, isr
Will sell Mrs. A. H. Johns. I II I I .
of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. of ._
we.t I I 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ilunlen will\)
| without stock and farm Flemington, Ga., was the guest I
or leave Sunday for their home In I
See or write G. last week-end of Mrs. M. Whig- 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr.,
I-- 81 Masters Drivelugustlne ham. and family are spending this Tampa after spending two weeksat PONI44HOME I.r I.r'ii'I.ri
I Kingsley Lake with Mr and
3t to 8-9 I month nt the J. H. RItch 0.f 0-
cottage,i,Mrs.:: O. L. Beasley and, Mrs. J.
on Klngsley Lake
Select Missionary Miss Kitty Hogsed of Jacksonville W. ktncald.i '
E Straw- spent the week-end herewith I. ,i I __ __ ,. '
Missionary I I i
kansas her mother, Mrs. W. B. I K. G. Duncan os
Route two Box attended the Mrs Randolph Itoree and Mrs. Si v
plants. ', ,
funeral AND
Parks. services Tuesday afternoon -
Leon DiCandio. 4t2p30 I of his aunt, Mrs. T.V'I]daugh-ter I{: ; AUTO SUPPLIES 7. .'- j

|\LE-.Pineapple Pears at Misses Dorothy Ellen and Helen Talbot, In Lake City. 'were guests Friday and Saturday

30-cents per bushel. Mrs. Steele of Gainesville are house || of Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr.. and RADIO BARGAINIWAS I :
Smith, Graham, Florida. guests of Mr and Mrs.. W. B. Mrs. H. A. Bishop Mr. anI''.Mis.. G. H. Bennett.Mr. ,tl
ItP Mundy. Mrs W. C. Powell, Harold and t / Iff

Nina Bishop spent Sunday at I .and Mrs. J. H. Gill and S' 0--
JEST.- Upstairs furnishednent Miss Ruth Rowe is spendingsome Jacksonville Beach. I
son Jackie Joe, of Atlanta, Ga., 4.1 ,
(nent with bath. S. time in Olustee as the will arrive Sunday to !spend! two NOW
Pone, It guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, F Mr. and Mrs. Sam' Anderson !weeks at Klngsley Lake. While ': A real buy-.mart \ ,

ALE.Porto! Rico potato Howell ...... and family}'aml Mr. and Mrs. G. here they will occupy one of the $ 9_95 with plastic built-in cabinet
P. Wadsworth of
Hampton spent A. E. Wall cottages.
thousand. antenna.
o vines. $1 per Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, ,last week at Earlton Beach. I '
'. Prevatt, three milesof
Starke on Brooker Ga., was the guest Tuesday and I ,.' Enos and Betty Hayes have BICYCLE BUY OF THE YEAR :/: d?
ltp Wednesday of Mrs. Bertha I Friends DC'little Mary Sue Ep- !1 returned after spending three
Pearce.. !person wm. e' glad to learn that'''weeks In Ocala and Gainesville

,I>seven head of stock she la recuperating after being 1111 i respectively" Enos was accom- s.. S.4ItI
Marked: swallow fork Special heavy made strawberry .at her home for several days. '1 I I panted home by L. A.': Weekly e..f,

and under bit In each troweln 20o each, Bradford Hard i 1 who Is spending this week with
Branded 69 and NHe ware Co.Miss E. L. Matthews returned Sun him piP Buy .11

together). Notify C. C. I day from a month's training In I SA
fj. Green Cove Springs, or Lorraine Hartman has returned the business and professional Mrs. Stanley :Bennett spent A streamlined smart-lookln bike.g' ONLY

I Thomas Starke. 4t to 8-30 ,after spending the past men's camp' at Ft. McPherson, last week In Jacksonville with Surdellbuile.
six months in Chicago, 111., with Ga. ,her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Balloon tires. $17 9 9 mmJUSmOOK 0151.I
PALE-Piano In good con- I' QUANTITY -
relatives. -- E. C. Hogan., She was accompanied tlMniD I
i, J40. Will trade for cow Mrs. Rita Dickens returned home Sunday by Mr and

I calf. Mrs .H. B. Wiggins W. H. Graham ,was an usherin Sunday to her home In Marianna I I Mrs. Hogan, who spent the day RCA AUTO RADIODo I.
Ipton, Fla. .Itp the Windham-McCoy wedding after enjoying a visit here as the ,here. 1 I
guest of Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Yin- confusethis ..
performed in Gainesville Thurs- not
radio with
day night Ing. Mrs Viola Strickland had as .
aerial poles set up. See .
inferior set 1
this week her three children -
Jv. Anderson, Jr., at Teleh hasKCA label I '
| office. tf Kenneth St, 'John of New Canaan Dr. S. Sternberg and Mrs. ,{,.I Miss France Strickland, and guar- $ Q
j &;:on!,., is; the gu'st of his 'Joseph Meltzer of Daytona Beach I l Dewey Strickland, and Mrs. Lot- >nieeupcrheterodyne; "95 '
I '
AIXS-in good!: used furnl- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. V. were week-'end guests( of Mr. and tie Poree also granddaughter!: Value Only i1 1 1It
Beds, springs, mattresses S.. St. 'John. Mrs. N. Steinberg at Kingsley ,, Louise Boree, all of West Palm I II circuit and. V 1
dininglults Lake. many features.
probe, oil stoves and Beach.
I II I /ysa.d .,."111,
slightly used. Call Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North,
ISM us. The Loft, 22 E. Miss Madge Middleton, and Mrs. I Mrs. W B. Sewell and her ; Mrs. T. >?. Kendrick has returned -

| St. Jacksonville, Fla E. L. Matthews spent Friday in guests, Mrs. J. D. Cottrell) and l I from a two weeks' trip. 50% OFFfircsfonc SOilE AS iaw A sAND
6-28 8-16 Jacksonville. I Bobble ('ot trell. left Wednesdayto to Chimney Rock and Anhvllle. T
spend ten days at Daytona N. C. Fhe was accompanied to

Bench North Carolina by her daughter.Mrs. -
NAT SEZ: Tolbert Black and, urand-: SPARK PLUGS

Mr. and, Mrs. W. H. Hoffmanand son, Jimmy Black, of Macclenny High '...... ..d '.."d....
a Have you noticed any army granddaughter, Josephine ,I ----- W_ Now njLt rack
trucks in town lately? Or am I Phillips, of Fine Castle are guests :Mr.: and Mrs C A. Futch and h Oal,, lot,,.
this week of) Mr. and Mrs. W. son. Mack, recently returned!
4 seeing thing. Air ba..eN and I'
L. Wall. from a ten-day vacation trip to SAVE/ NOW FIRESTONE
military camp. arc going up allover '1 New Orleans and other points In I I ILouUlan.i. I

w v the country while the Senators Just. m'rlxril a new stock of ; While away they also! HAS A BATTERY

are having their little! iirgii- Da{k' floor. and l deck rniuneN., spent some time with Mr and FOR WAS YOUR OLD TIRE
ments. Some of those fellers up Bradford llnnlwnre) ('0. Mrs. Merrill Futch of Tallahassee AS $395
t- Washington are awfully brave LOW UNSOLD

or Just don't give 'a lurn. Rant Mrs. Glen] Searing and, childrenand Mrs. H. L. Evans of Orange- AS
to keep puttln things off. My Mrs. Price of Jacksonvillewere j burg, S. C. arrived Friday for a I AND YOUR BATTERY

opinion is that they roe the guests Wednesday of Mr. visit!! with Mr and Mrs. H. A. I I C AO/ BIGGER TRADE-uf

danger and are Just un scared nx and Mrs. N. Sternberg at Kings-!: j Lawson and Mrs Julia Eastman. Jl//0
'the rent of us; just got to do ley Lake. This week Mrs. Evans and Mrs. ALLOWANCEON
something to get their names in -_ I,i Eastman are visiting< their broI -J FIRESTONE JI

Mie paper, even If it's wrong. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and ,i ther-In-law and sister' :Mr. and j I'Mrs. PASSENGER CAR BATTERIES Tlr*$ton* CONVOY,, '
''' C. H. Register in Lake But
son, Buddy Davis, left Wednesday'
pentually, so why not I 4.7I/MS-1* U/MO-IT arras ,
now. Join Our morning/ spend) a two week va- ler. I = >< / *
our Try s.6 621
cation in Oxford, Raleigh, and I --- OMYLOOK .S
HOLEPROOF Ashville, N. C. Mrs. E: S Matthews returnedto
-- i her home here last week from AND YOUR OLD TIRE f .
OSIERY CLUB Lay Away Plan Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch Are ] Orlando where she spent the past 99'AND

Pair FREE after you spending this month at their cot. three weeks with her son-in-law LEADING the paradeof

,f purchased Iho 121h ON NEW FALL tage on Kingsley Lake. They recently -! and daughter. Dr and Mrs. H. B. YOU* (.HO TIKI 40th Anniversaryvalues
Pair. purchased the place known McLendon. She was accompanied I Sin 6.00 i 16 is the Firestone aucu
. Tour first Pope's place. II i home by Mr\ Matthews and Mrs. Convoy built with I
[ pair today as 1[ FOR A LIFETIME
fl t acquainted with this LADIES COATS :1 E. L. Matthews, who spent several Firestone patented

fine hose fA I Mrs. D. P Carpenter and Mrs. days there. construction features GUARANTEE
T. T. Long and young son. Tom which. extra
provide! EVERY Firestoneprotectionsgainsttbe
spent the first of the week in
.. itJ Baconton, Ga.. with their mother, STANDARDTIRE Tire carries a
Mrs. W. T. Jackson. dangers of blowouts ., written Lifetime

_____ I and deliver longer px fi Y'' guirsoice not

Mrs. R. J. Davis and daughters aon-akld mileage. k'mludrol2l/or I

Ida Lulu and Marjorie, have And more it is backed 24 month, but for I

returned! from a weeks' stay at by a written. Lifetime the full life of the
Beach with Mr. Davis,
Guarantee. with
Daytona Mk Equip lire without time
who is employed there. % full of Firestone
I Osat r"iJ A set or mileage limit.
Convoy Tires today.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nuss-

r'L'L', baum and guests Mr. and Mrs. t

Williams, all of Jacksonville spent BIGGER TRADE-IN
Sunday at Klngsley Lake with

Mr. and Mrs. B.- Jacobs B I,' t 5.0 % ALLOWANCEonVPefOfQ

Mrs. Merrill Futch of Tallahassee -

was the guest of relatives '

here Wednesday while Mr. Futch "77i. Fu. Fi.nd wipt .
attending a slate rear fhirt." I

of was dairymen In Gainesville.Mrs. meeting''j $079 Lalli' 0/1. "1170- I CHAMPION AND ,
to Y wouldlift I t

J S. Johnson and children. With hamardt fin i ;r HIGH SPEED TIRES y'

New FALL COATS In all Johns Sidney and Dorothy, of C bring yoGI wajr_H Smith'sGarage

the. new styles. Double Plant City spent last week-end &II l (3, .se:. you"/.co..," /, DURING THIS SALE ::1u.
of Mrs. Johnson's parent, !RIGHT toJayfj

s breasted and Princess lines Mr.guests and Mrs W. If Struth. GfT OUR LOW PRICES ON THE r.

A small deposit Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and 'I I FIKfSTOffE S7ANDARD TRUCK TIRES fA

c .. $$1 will hold one for 10,95STERNBERG'S returned from a
$1.15 children have with relatives! .... *. tft. Y.I.. .f Mrtit... wH U.B.rrf Cr..... Marker.* $*>.. .
you. __ three weeks' visit P INSURAI ..tf ffc. ...... $yni k..y Ork..tr.. ..<.r the 4lr.fW .. .f Alfred
in Inverness. They were Landrum accompanied GENERAL! YOU HAVt. | .fl.Mf.l.. JM..4..y .....1..,*. ....r H.>l...U.. N.I.C. IHI ......'" ,
home a few days there with PLEASE PHONB A I.. fir...... e.I.. Tk s .... in ... ,......... ......, I

I who his Landrum.parents.spent Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I STARKE, FLORIDA err ....."... '.114""" at 1M New Trt W.rW"" P.lr.I. J.tt .



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r? x f Monday. the guests

rAGEFARMERS' HAMPTON 1 HIGHLANDBy Ingrs. Kelly-Sapp The Junior sewing club met at refreshments were or serve iItIIc

I4 SECTION I By Miss Ada Nimmo Miss Beth Wfcnberly Of wide interest here is the the home of Eva Fae Gainey with The meeting has punch been 11I4

announcement of the marriage of Eva Fae and Hazel Crosby as Saturday afternoon cbantlll
4?*?: Miss Miriam Guy of Galnel-I Among the visitors here Mon- Miss Muriel Lee Sapp daughterof hoe lessen. After sewing a while Thursday because In'lead
the week-end day were C. C. Cannon, A. Dun- ot
HINTS FOR TILEHOUSEHOLD ville spent to J. W. ktal
Nora Sapp
;' RURAL parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Guy. can, Wm. Reid and W. C. Mobley. Mrs. late Rev. Joe (Continued from page three!
SENSE . Maxvllle was Kelley Bon of the
+ COMMON Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown and Albert Osteen of ceremony was per-

11+ k 1 > AGRICULTURE AND DEFENSE SUMMER CAKES AND son. Lamar, of Gainesville returned -I a visitors here Saturday. Kelley. The J. R. Townsend, county D.erl.t/.a 1'1.' .. T R A O..r8E'4
COOKIESBy to their home last Sunday I] A. C. Sumner of Saxon is I formed by Saturday NEK\ ft. W% of t
:. With the recent awakening of with Mrs. Brown's employed as night watchman herewith Jude, in Lake Butler yoef g : 21S2 UnknuwnSE'
after o visit 5Eof 120|:
to her national defense Anna Mae Sikes Co. I afternoon at 4:13: in the presenceof E> SEW of SWW 5 tills country mother, Mrs. Eva Blrt. Manley Construction Miss of SEW & WM Of I
e! and the Importance Extension Nutrition Specialist friends at a cousin of the bride, S tt
.,,,t, ti+ needs Wee t of Eliza C. M. Grlffls visited NF.y.kof 120 0, F Wacker
Miss Kathryn 1 0 22
; questions For Summer munching consider Annette Sapp. NEIL 40 Unknown man
of preparedness Baldwin Sunday. Of I
+ the guest of &. EH of SEW
: is E'
I asked about the role the possibility of ice-box beth, New Jersey I( For the wedding, the bride B 1 22 s.
been ww .
have G
; has chargeof P
t- agriculture in the cookies. When made in large her mother, Mrs. Thos. F. Brown, C. R. Scott of Ocala becoming: dress of teal E'of! NEW of NWW .ft w''a kerman
: : I. of American in the I this week. She will visit herbrnth@I' road construction work on chose a 1;514: of SWWW > 1 22 eo Unknown I
quantities and kept refrigerator I white accessories. of
with of NEW
'.f defense program. and family stretch of High- bluo & Eli!
Gordon Weest, Maxville-Lawtey
cookie SW Cor
ty these appetizing NWM ex 5 A In
for ------- for
". Dr. Wilmon Newell, provoat as of Miami before her return way 13.Mrs. Mr. Kelley left Sunday & NW% of NWW ex 6
avth agriculture at the University of can be quickly H. C. Wimberly. Sr., Miss Louisiana with the National A In SE Cor ft W% of
with little effort.leftBox : of
..S?y Florida, recently gave a very needed and Randal Boyd, Ethel Ricks, Mrs. Nelson T. Guards. On his return the swt4ofNWI4A8 SEW of NWV. & NEV
Carl Brown
: clear cut, concise answer to these Cookies at Green, B. H. Ricks and Harry C. couple will make their home In I of SEM of NWW ea: ..
:.. t k ;' questions. "Agriculture," he said, Requirements: 1 1-2 cups meltedfat who are in the spent CCC the Camp weekend Wimberly attended the funeral Starke where Mr. Kelley Is. em- EV A, of In SEW SW o! NEW of 11. 22 158 W. S, I Sibley
I must play an Import 1 white sugar, 1 cup Fargo, Georgia 1* 22
will and cup Mr. and services for John Capo at St. Au- ployed at Camp Blanding. NWW W S Sibley
primal part 1 chopped nutmeats with their parent All SWW of 8WW W of
fact, a brown sugar, cup of
ant part-In
.; 1 Mrs. L. D. Brown and Mr. and gustine Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen Ry ex 10 A In sW Cor 12 1 22 18 Unknown
-Jin a defense program for our 3 eggs, 5 cups flour, Mrs. Leslie Griffis of Maxvllle visitors here Sunday.. All 8WW of SWW E Of
Starke were
i country. Many years ago, Napoleon tap cinnamon, 1-2 tsp. ground i Mrs. J. J. Boyd. ( relatives here Friday and Ry 12 1 12 II Unknown
brought out that an army cloves, 1.2 tsp nutmeg, 1 tsp. Wilbert Hall and family who home by Miss Mrs. Ira Plnholater baa returned W% of NEW of NE%' &;; 1 22 20 Chag. PomythW
was accompanied after E'
cannot travel or fight''c-n empty salt, and 2 tap. soda. have been for six! months in Sanford I Louise Marr for a few days visit I to her home here s: of NWyAfot N ;K 8 II 40 W 8. Slbl.y
but an adequate food have returned to their home i spending a few weeks with her NW of NW>% ftNWW SW of i
stomachs, mix and
Thoroughly sugar Miss! Janie Marr was a visitor Jacksonville and with Mrs. ex 2 A In NW ? ..',
supply in war means far more melted fat add chopped nutmeats here to Lawtey Thursday.Mrs. son in Cor .& ex 2 A In SW -; r. ..
rations for sol Lakeland is Malna Wiggins In New River. Cor ft SEW? of NWW ex .
providing Brannen of ..
than then well beaten egetben Dennis S. C. Harley entertainedthe 11 2-5 AIn BE Cor r
diers; it means adequate food dry ingredients sifted together. spending the week with his parents following visitors Saturday, The weekly bridge club met at all 8 1000 ft of NE%
for the non-combatant group, also. Either roll and wrap in waxed Mr. and Mrs J. J. Bran- Mrs. Cary Jones of Heilbronn the home of Mrs. J. P. Roberts! of SWW ea: E 820 ft ft
W 947 ft of SEW of .
Pervis .
wt. ." in well Thursday afternoon. Mrs. of SWa2AinNWyAofSW"," '
paper, or place pan Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon SWW ft SWW -.A.
America now has large supplies greased with fat and leave in nen.L, A. Johns, Jr., who la in Rowe of Jacksonville Hazen led the groups of players % .
5 of 13 1 U 243 H J. ;
w of essential foods and fiber on Bake In at the CCC Camp of with the highest score of the lake Etn'arl
yy refrigerator' overnight. training Keefe Harrell of Lawtey wasa NH of "," of SE', ex 1 1u'r
hand, particularly large supplies oven 350) degrees F. (moderateoven Otter Creek was the guest of his visitor here Saturday. evenings play and Mrs. Emory 1A\ ot18 .1 22 If D. 0 lewart

u as a result of reduced buying by ). Before baking, slice as parents Mr., and Mrs.. L. A. Junior Harley of Richmond Hazen made low. Delicious refreshments All Ry NEW- 18 of A 8Ey ex" 8.E 4NA

European nations, and la. indeed thinly as possible. Johns last Sunday. Va., Is spending awhile here with were served the for cemetery 13. 22 40 WalterLWille
t In this respect. That hostess. SWWLakeside 1:3:
fortunate Butterscotch Cookies Rev. Gomes of Starke, preachedat his uncle, S. C. Harley. guests by the Sub-Div 22 8 :
American agriculture is capable] 3 1-2 flour, the First Baptist church last Mrs. Jim Godwin of Maxvllle The sewing club met at the Elks 1 2 of Govt Lot 1 22 8 U Unknown
efficient Requirements: cups Blk 3 of Govt Lot.l 23 8 22 J. !';mlth
of maintaining highly 1-" tip. salt, 1 tsp. soda, 1 tsp Sunday. The theme used was was a visitor here Sunday. home of Mrs. G. E. McGauley Blk 4 of Oovt Lot 1 23 8 U C. A. William

production seems assured. For cream of tartar, 1 cup shortening, "Justification by Faith." The ser Harry Wimberly and B. H. last Tuesday. Because of sick- E'>Lot!t of 2 Blk 1 of Govt 23 1 U M. E. Dpi<
in or ha
the future, whither" peace 2 cups brown sugar, 1 egg, 2 vices were enjoyed by an ea&"erand Ricks were in Lawtey Sunday. ness, only a few members were Blk A of Govt Lot J 23 1 U Fred L :Stannous: ,
in national emergency, the logical milk, and 1 tup. attentive congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Groves of present. Blk 7 of Uovt Lot :9 A
tablespoons top 3 23 1 23 O. .
for American farmersis who is the guestof Blk 1 of Hovt Lot 1. Hnynu
procedure vanilla. Dickie May Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. The day was spent fishing and NE"4 of NWW ftNWW Wi4 of
to produce according to need, his uncle and aunt Mr. and Blackburn and Mrs. Nellie Wilk- table \ 23 8 U 120 UnknownNE
to husband natural resources, and Sift and measure flour; add Wm. C. Kammer of Philadelphia swimming. At noon a large % of NW1,4 14. U 40 UnknownE
with maximum effici- salt, soda and cream of tartar; Mrs inson and children of Lawtey at- was spread and the hostess was 3-4 of NVi ex 8.SI AIn
to produce is spending this week on NE Cor W of lake
add tended church here Sunday.Mr. assisted In caring for her guests
sift Cream shortening! ,
whether or small again. Aexlake AB8AofN1.8ofNk4orSW'
large New :
ency, the beach at Ocean City,
and Mrs. H. C. Wimberlyand Jeanette.
and continue by her daughter
needed, the provost sugar gradually
i onehundredand
crops are He landed a
Jersey. ft
daughter Patty Wimberly returned ft N 1-6 of SEW"
averred. beating until light. Combine well sixty-five pound Marlln. Hurrah -' to their home at Nichols Those enjoying the day with Lot. 5 25BV 8 22 229 Mrs Floe :M: Fred.
The farmer's! individual role in beaten egg with creamed mix- Mr. and Mrs. McGauley were: rlkeon
for Master 'I. after months' of NE% of NEU .
Fla. a exI
a national defense program, Dr.'I ture; blend well. Add dry ingredients Miss Madge Gay had as her his mother.BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long and A 'In NW Cor. Also 1
visit here with
Newell explained, is Identical thinning mixture with guests this week Miaa!! Bettle daughter Betty, Mrs. G. B. Col- A In SE Cor of NWU 22 20 Evallna
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with what he should always top milk. Add vanilla, mix well. Thompson of Gainesville, and son, Mrs. Florence Varnadoe, Mr of NEV4 Barton

strive to do: To make his farm Shape dough Into a roll, wrapin Miss Murrbee Snipes of St. Augustine and Mrs. T. W. Markey; Phylis C.of A.Bradford KNIGHT.County.Tax Collwto FlorK

produce an adequate living Inso- waxed paper and place in refrigerator By Mrs. L. L. Parker Hazen, Martha Evelyn Markey,
far as possible for his family and II for 24 hours. Slice Clarence Newsome of Heilbronn Mrs. L. O. Hazen and daughter,
to adjust his production of crops with a sharp knife, place on un- Springs spent the week-end with Junior High School Opened Minnie Lou. 1
he sells to the needs! of the com- greased baking sheet and, if desired his sister, Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh Monday was! the opening day Mrs. Idell Williams and children -
munity and the nation. press chopped nuts on telephone operator here. for the 1940-41 term with 157 of Palmetto were week-end I -

Contrary to the situation which each cooky. Place in a hot oven Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. M. W. pupils, many patrons and several gueats of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis I
prevailed when the last great (400 degrees F.) for 6 to 10 min- Morrow and Mrs. K. B. Watterson school officials present e Clemons. I
emergency occurred, the last war, utes, depending on thickness of were transacting business I n The Rev. Colonel Crosby led Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne
the United States has plentiful the cookie Makes about 80. Gainesville this week. I the devotional exercises and delivered and children of Wildwood were

stocks of food and fiber, a well Cookies are ideal to accom- Prof and Mrs. M. W. Morrow I an inspiring address to visiting Mrs. Strayhorne's par-

organized and correlated] system pony fruit or frozen desserts. visited Mr. Morrow's mother, at, both pupils and adults. Those ents, Mr. and Mrs Mann Hazen, Do Your
for expanding or contracting production Cookies keep longer, go farther Fort Pierce last Sunday.BETHEL who heard this message felt bene- Tradingwhere
according to need., and carry easier, and are usually less. fitted by it. FOR BABY'S COMFORT
the most efficient production expensive than cMce. They are E. J. Lewis, Chairman of the McOee's Baby Elixir Is intendedfor 6 pieces: Rogers Silverware If
methods In the world. The fed- Ideal for picnic lunches or simple Board of Public Instruction, introduced Minor upsets of the stomach given away: with every $40 in trade]
eral and state agricultural set-up desserts. By :Mrs. D. D. Woedard Mrs. Daisy Fisher, prin- and bowels that result from overeating or certificates. .

in this country has reached the Honey Orange Drop Cookies Mrs. Evle Johnson from Gaines- cipal for this year, and advised improper food., or temporary Are Redeemed
point of development which makesit are a general favorite.HoneyOrange ville spent the week-end with her' the audience that Brooker school over-acidity' of the stomach.A i. Cash it SMITH'S GARAGE

entirely unnecessary for, Drop Cookie father, Mr. D. D. Woodard.' She would be given an allotment sufficient bottle only of 33c.CARPENTER'S McGee'a. Baby Elixircosts Yon Choose

changes in a national defense Requirements: 4 1-2 cups flour, attended the funeral of her cousin, to adequately furnish the DRUG STORE STARKE, FLORIDA

program, Provost. .Newell pointedout. 3 tablespoons crated'orange rind, Mrs.! J. L. Silcox, while here. much needed library books.
: -- 3 tsp. baking powdea* 3-<4 tsp. Mr. D. D. Woodard."of GaInes-I Hugh Butler Crosby- Trustee I

national defense," Dr. Newell asserted sugar, 2 eggs, '1 tsp. vanilla, and his cousin, Mrs. J. L\ Silcox. {Kelly, School Board Member-elect
"is to produce the two 1-4 cup milk. Mr. S. B. Woodard of Plant I both gave beneficial talks to the

moat vital things for human life Sift and measure flour; add City and son P. C. Woodard at school ,
-food and clothing. That It can I baking powder and salt; sift tended the funeral of his niece Mrs. Fisher asked for 100 per
and will produce adequate food again. Cream shortening; add Mrs J. L. Silcox. They returnedto cent cooperation from parentsand

and clothing Is certain, come sugar gradually and continue Plant City Sunday evening.Mr. stated that full cooperationhad
what may." I[beating until light. Beat eggs D. D. Woodard was calledto been pledged by the faculty

Gainesville to attend the fun- and school officials. The facultywas
INSURE WITII eral of Mrs Maggie Hall last introduced and their work
for the ensuing year explained.The .
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR. 1 Monday.Mr J. M. Allen and wife have entire gathering was very

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS moved to town to be close to his disappointed that our County Superintendent
W. E. Middleton was
work at the Magnolia Cafe. ,
Phone 74 STARKE, FLORIDA unable to be present at the open- c f :s. v

All legal blank, promissory ing because of Bradford High

note, retain title notes, carried school; however Dr. Middletonand
'i in stock by the Bradford CountyTelegraph. Mrs. Middleton did find time 9if
to call after the exercises were

well and add to creamed mixture; Joella Barry is spending a few / i

E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard blend thoroughly; add orange days with friends and relatives
rind and vanilla. Add dry Ingredients In Hialeah. .
Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay alternately with milk; Bryan-Hardy M'/ \ S r

Opposite Union Bus Station mix well. Chill dough; drop by Miss Reba Lee Hardy, daughterof /
teaspoonfuls about 2 Inches aparton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, ,
a well-greased baking sheet. became the bride of William
Bake 19 minutes in moderateoven Hague (Bill) Bryan of Santa Fe

Block From Shopping District And Amusements ((375 degrees) Makes about in a quiet ceremony in the homeof .' ,
60 cookies. her parents Sunday afternoon. t .a
SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER Plain cup cakes with a filling The Rev. G. K. McGauley was the I' 'eYNt :

of.,sliced fresh peaches or other officiating minister.
Single Room with lUth-f 1.50; Double Room with Bath--$2.00 fruit make good summer 'desserts.A The home was decorated with !

plain cup cake recipe may be tall baskets of white astors and i
lIIAMrSMOST POPULAR HOTEL varied by adding blueberries to dahlias against a background of .e 1,

the batter before baking.
bride wore a lovely white
sharkskin dress with hat to match
and accessories of white.

Mrs. Bryan I ts a graduate of
Alachua High school and for two rS
years baa been employed by the

FOR telephone company In Gainesville.Mr. .
Bryan is connected with
Newborn truck line in Santa Fe.

The ceremony was ,attended by
PREMIUMPERFORMANCE only a few friends and relatives

Including parents of the bride

and bridegroom, a brother Walter
Bryan and wife, Mr. and Mrs. De-
Witt Hague of Alachua, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Cellon of LaCrosse Mr.

Sinclair Ethyl gasoline and Mrs. Ralph Cellon of Hague. aPT:
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McCall and :

stops knocks in even son Randal of Santa Fe, Mrs.
Jean Long and son Jean Mrs. J.
the highest compres- W. Thomas, Truby and Lubedla

Plnholster, Mr, and Mrs. T. W.
stoned of the new Markey and Martha Evelyn Mar- Drink

key, Mr. and Mrs. Pervls Hazen,
cars. Premium companion Bonnie Mott Juanita McGauley, Coca-Cola. Just a drink, /

to the famousDoubleRange Mrs. C. A. Crosby. Mrs. Sam -but what a drink! Millions
Harwell and mother of Gainesville of timesa eca

H-C. Mrs. Hugh Hardy of Gaines-
erntnnnrfaMWAra1M ville, Mrs. Ethel Gibba of Gainesville day people the world over experi.
Darrell Hammond and Ed-

..-/-UVY--- ward Kelsey of Winter Haven. ence the thrill of its taste, the feeling Delicious >nRefreshing
After spending some time with

their guests the couple left for a of its refreshment. Thirst asks
Agent Sinclair Ktflnlng Company (Inc.) brief wedding trip and on their
return will make their home in nothing more. 5
Gainesville.The .

H. E. TUCKERPhone the Brooker revival Baptist meeting Church began Sun-at THE PAUSE THAT REFR '

day night with 'the Rev. BO'n1.mINDIa
158 Starke Florida foot of Starke assisting. You
are invited to attend these meet- STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

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BRANCH a little after a months' Illness I TIIERESSA! LAWTEY visiting Mrs. W. F. Godwin this SUNNY BROOK FARM a Jacksonville hospital Sunday.She .
GVAfI Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and d
r1I1.11betb; Ilarnoa&8 Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughter. By Mrs. A. L. 81dliuD By II. T. God InSchool week Ill Mra. Floyd K. Crosby is doing nicely.Mr.
die F. R. Carradlne was in Jacksonville and Mrs Bute Griner of
., A. j, Williams ofonfille Dorothea Norman were visiting Miss Hazel Packham spent the Enrollment Increase on business Monday. Mr and Mrs Bob Halslop and Tampa were visiting relatives I, ,
and were'visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and week-end In Starke with her sis There has been in- f*
a steady Miss Glen Grimes of son, Fred, spent last ThursdayIn here over the week-end. M
and family Sunday afternoon. Mary
Mr. ter, Mrs. Edwin Prevail '
crease In the student enrollment
her parentlf Bradenton Is visiting Miss Marie Palatka. A. H Johns and L. M. Gained I
of S. cnni, recently. Mlua Kffie Crawford of BootBey's -I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mooreof during these first few weeks of Thede this week. Mr and Mrs. Mack Woods and of Starke were visiting Mrs.,
J Edwards and small Beach was visiting: Miss Belle Glade school. An early opening date
Harvey are visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten daughter Barbara Mote of Jack- Floyd Crosby last Thursday.Dr .
to .Leila Harnage. a while Sunday Moore's Mr seems to win popularity enabling
Mer returned themehome night. parents and Mrs. D. ; are visiting their son and daugh sonville spent last week with Mr J. P. Stevens of Sanford
W children to attend school
Moore. more
point ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. William and Mrs. H. B. Kelly. Mr. Woods spent last Friday night with Mr.
Ilpl\nled home by her brother I Rev. H. M. Tillman was a din- Mr. and Mrs. P C Mabry of and complete a full year's train- Wooten In Atlanta and Mr. Woo- was on his vacation at this time. and Mrs Bob Halslop. ,
.iJter-ln.law, Mr. and Mrs.whot ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Jacksonville visited Mr and Mrs.E. ing. A new bus has been put ten's relatives In Macon Mrs. Raiford Brown, and son, Miss Dorla Dyal returned last I
and children Norman Sunday.Mr. S. Sibley Sunday. Into operation to accommodatethe Junior Brown of Plant City are
Norman week' vacation
week from two
Jacksonville a
student attendance from the R. R. Thede went to : -
few daYS there. and Mrs Sidney Manuel I Mr. G. M. Bennett of spending a few days here with with relatives In Ocala. I
t a Eldon Sapp and Jasper rural districts._ la the school and St. Augustine on a spent
r. and MrS. were In .1ack- and children and Luther Hillardof visited over the week-end with his building the room formerly reserved fishing trip Monday. relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs Fate Brown spent
1'. N. Norman South Florida were visiting at daughter, Mrs. C. Sullivan.Mr for the library may be Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe, 'of W R. Halslop celebrated his Sunday afternoon with Mr. I
last Friday the home of the latter's sister 65th birthday anniversary July Brown's mother, Mrs. Arle Brown.
and, and Mrs Cecil Moore and converted into an additional class Jacksonville, were visiting relatives I-
and Mre S. L. Towney Fae, of and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. two sons, of Gainesville, visited room. here Saturday.Mr. 28, at the home of his daughter, Mrs, Calvin Ward and eon \
daughter Mary :J. N. Norman recently. relatives here Mrs. Ine Kelly. Robert, spent last Thursday In ,
I week-end Sunday. Road To Be ResurfacedThe and Mrs. Lester Evans and
spent the Mrs J. N. Norman. Mrs. T. N. Floyd Crosby-and II. B. Ke\,y Jacksonville. J r
andena Mrs. W. W. Packham and : IJ
and relaUveatly. sons Manly Construction Com- family, and Mr. William Sorrell
friends Norman and Miss Dorothea Nor- business visitors to Valdosta, Miss Betty Crosby and sister f -
with Merle and George, visited relatives pany, of Ocala and Valdosta, Ga., all of Birmingham, Ala., are were of New River
I In Beverly Jo Crosby,
man were visiting Waldo Ga., Monday.
and In Palatka Sunday. I. U repairing the stretch of Road visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ar- with Mr and 1
Thursday of last week. I Miss Arsula Crosby underwentan spent last Monday
r. and LinLeonwere dinner Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little 13 between. Lawtey and Maxvllle wood. for appendicitis In Mrs, Floyd Crosby.
ren brother-In-law and Mr. and Mrs. Zarle Crawfordand son. Donald of MIami, stopped which was damaged during the Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McCarlty operation
i IS of his T. S. Sapp, children of Boatdraln were here for a brief visit Thursday. severe winter freezes last year and Miss Ruth McGarlty. of I'
r. Mr and Mrs visiting her brother-in-law and(They were on their way to At- and the early, cold months of Wabasso. who have been at BOREE FUNERAL H 0 ME"

y' Crawford sister. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp.. ,lanta, Georgia, where they will 1940. Road 13 Is a main stem Kingsley Lake during Mr. Mc- Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 131We
[ and Mrs. R. N. Monday afternoon. visit relatives. for Mid-Florida truffle and an Garity's vacation, returned home
r. MM! Cecil Crawford Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and have added a late model AMniTLANCT.' to our equipmentwith
Mr and Mr. W. S. Stbley was a business essential connecting highway to this week.
tftsey's Beach were visiting children Kilo Mae. Margaret, and visitor to Starke Monday. US routes up country Several Bill Harrell has returned home special aprlng for easy riding.
and Mrs W F. Harnage Selma, were visiting at the bed Miss Ida Hagan was shoppingin families are residing here who are from Wallace, N. C., where- he "A IIOMR-UKK INSTITUTION" O. II. Bennett Manager
jeSunday night. Mrs. Ham"la .- side of Mrs. Ackers Chupman of Starke Monday.J. employed with the company. I has been _mr_no>loved._. ..

I 111. Jacksonville Thursday. I I D. Thompson was transact- Florida Highway/ Patrol here I,
it J. W Buddlngton andgMer Mr. and Mrs. Bin Faulkner of ing business in Theresa Tuesday Three members of the Florida
Mrs. Arthur McRae of i ike I Vanderbilt and Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. John Foraythe Highway Patrol were In town II
were visiting' Mr. and J George Jordan and sons! of Rising i were business visitors to Starke Saturday, night July 27th., for I
T N Norman Friday after- spent Sunday with Mr and .Monday. purpose: of checking lights and ,
Mrs. H. L. Edwards. .'I Mr. and Mrs. H. 6 May and driving certificates of passing
" S. and Eldon Sapp made aNess Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp spentThursday Miss Ida Hagan spent Sunday at motorists. This was part of a
trip to Jacksonville In Jacksonville with,i their fishing camp on Lake Santa state wide check by the Patrol

|,day of last week. I relatives. j I Fe. I which Is tightening up on the SUMMER VACATION -t(
are glad to report that Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper and habits and delinquencies of car I
'Ie W. F Harnage is Improving children of Raiford were visiting little son, Frank, are visiting relatives owners and drlveis, 1 I
relatives here one day last week. In Byronsvllle, Georgia. "
Miss Mattie Harley, of St. tlfttlfi
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were Mr. and Mrs. Gassett and two Augustine, Is spending several Rewt---- I

visiting at the bed side of her daughters!; of Starke, were visitingIn days here with her parents, Mr. lITyh
YOU WILL BE brother, Jerry Norman, of Wood- Theressa Sunday afternoon. and Mra. A. H. Harley j
lawn Saturday morning. He Is Miss Elizabeth Phillips of
Dinkina, of Starke,
Mrs. L. F.
WELCOMEAt very 111 at his home. Starke spent the week-end here l1
afternoon of last
OST Mrs. H. B. Kelly and son. Miss' with her father, D. J. Phillips. spent Tuesday her mother-in-law, p+
Arsula Crosby of Rising and Miss Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of week here with
the Second Annual Doris Crosby of New River, were Hampton spent the week-end here Mrs. Charles Dinkins. 0;/-.
of PROGRESS' visiting Mrs. Eldon Sapp Sunday at the home of her son, C. Sul Bill Harrell, who is employedwith
MARCH afternoon.Mr. a truck company In North WITH YOUR EXTRA TRAVEL SAVINGS ,(

All-Day EntertainmentWED. and Mrs. Venice Keene livan.Mr.. and Mrs. R. C, Dampier Carolina, spent two days with i --------t_
spent Sunday with her parents. of High Springs; visited Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. '
14 I
., AUGUST Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hillard at Dampier's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Harrell last week. 1- V GOING BY BUS ,, )
Where Florida Tobacco Sells Woodlawn.Mrs. J. Zeigler over the week-end. Mrs. Rembert Curradlne went

lor the High Dollar H. M. McRae and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. R. C Dampier to Jacksonville recently on a ._ .. }
ters, Vesta and Odessa and Mrs. Miss Ruth Zelgler. and J. D. Grlf- business trip. More vacation more fun for LESS i Is yours wh.n you travel
LIVE OAK Nlte White of Pine Level, were fls were visiting In Jacksonville L. H. Futch was a business 'I / by Florid Motor Lines. Modem n.w buses. many completely 1 1''id.z'S [:

visiting friends and relatives here Sunday afternoon. visitor to Ralford recently. aIr-conditlon.d.l..v. from the heart of town to *U ;* t1' t\ ;}.
Is Preparing Another'Big Sunday afternoon. T. T. Blackburn Is remodelinghis ? your favorite' vacation resort Fares are leas than a fourth ; ;
Entertainment Mrs. J. S. Sapp were acknowl- /sp !
Mr. Engraved sympathy
of town. The automobile.
north \
home the cost of driving your own
TOBACCO LIVESTOCK visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Red- edgements. Inexpen i\e.-Bradford building was oifglnully h service "_,S. '

dish at Hellbronn recently. Tounty Tt"1e1tT1l1111. station with living quarters, but CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION

CELEBRATIONSBaseball Miss Dorothea Norman Miss Odessa spent the proud parents of a baby boy, Mr. Blackburn plans to convertthe I', ,
Sunday night with more LACY CONWAY, Agent
structure, providing
Carnival August 3. Mrs.
Game- McRae at Pine Level. born Saturday
FREE BARBECUE Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Sapp prlqr to her marriage was space The and Ladles comfort.Aid Society held It. Wfitw'

Fireworks Dancing son. Bobby, of Sampson City Miss Helen Norman. that Mrs. meeting last week at the homeof :
to report
$200 CASH PRIZES spent the week-end here with rel We are glad Charles Dlnklns.
W. F Harnage Is able to be outa Mrs.
I The guwanniw County Junior atives. little after being 111 for the Mrs. Henry Register and daughter .
Irhimbfr of ('omn *ro. Sa". "We New Arrival Catherine, of Miami w ere
Iwiot Ion In Live Oak on the 14th." and are! past six weeks - - /
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lenses, and may provide for the ,
Of nl.KCTIOV: the
matter is one of the most extraordinary in' Mrs. .J.'L. Silcox I.: !NOTUK W.'Florld.K MKlclleton. l by ,virtue, mayor.,,1 theauthol'lty ofsiaike qnallflua'lon'Ing the CurnmtRslon ana method*m.nib' oC.r Inflect* andtor I eurreiii,JUdg,,hr ,.th" s tlr'
I dot their term of office the length I blesstl'III.' JU.IJi i qn:::
The Bradford County Telegraph Decisive majorities in both the Leader Dies by ''lWh.. .. 1 v'flllhe
years. W. O. W. h..rellY I> (' llra,+delection to h of which shall b wholly within lslunuu', ,, Ir"| ntlon
of hall In the aforesaidtown the discretion of th4t egldlaLEtro"e \ .. "' ", yistltut '
favor "
: House and the Senate are in con 3:51 at the city "f. .*
: voters on ? >'
Darner Alice Silcox. t !?? ,, '
"' ranllHhed Weekly on Fridays and Entered .. hecmd scription President Roosevelt has endorsedit ) Mrs of Starke and I T. .... vVepteml! >er 10th.the\ 1940.follow-tor ing an JOINT Amendment RESOL to Article ION. Propos IX of be lining' ? ) "' ,' ;''.,'''nrn'h JJ1
resident puriJoBB) of electing
ClassLatUr at'th.., font", Office at Starke, Flu. years a the the Constitution of ,the State of tell5r: ', r\omr'pn
and various polls have reported over- the charter member and first'Guardian !i Inn: officern Mayor: Florida, Relating to Taxation and hUlnlclllAI' ''III. a r..."1
--- throughout the .country., Circle Aldermen Finance, by Adding Thereto an Ad. h. ad'' ull.anli',' l"tulol'
whelming approval of Woodmen | Three ''oT or
the : of said '''f10"1: J..V" dltlonnl Section Authorising the menl 11f III I
Wrought "r
Have "
In"p"\lr" ,
ti;; y,1"{ y The Past Thirty Days StarkeA Army and Navy heads have repeatedly declared l when It was organized here many ,I Peek A. H. JohnB, and T HVII- Legislature Allocate of end the Dlotilbute State of Floridato to the thereof ,',", ''It." \,, "iWh.5'uVn"T'Vjr';'.r" by I,>M
Of ordered
A Vast Change In Atmosphere it urgently necessary to building up yearn ago passed away at her I tins In"'testlntDny. whereof, I "' untoHUlmoilbe "Several Counties of the State, Certain 1 I"; ,'I,,II.". etsu" ,'
the Excise Tuxe Now Levied and I
lot of things can happen in thirty my name and cause '
defenses. morning August 2, : to be here- Collected and to Be Hereafter |' ,, '
the Nation's home Friday veal of the paid town 'derail. I" ; "'I
d 'UIr.I\
least arounda I 8th., day otAUKU..t Levied and Collected by the Stateof I a." ll''h
at Chief
days, but very seldom do- at :5 o'clock. She was the wife unto affixed, this the Florida. JII"I,,it,. "'lu 4111
the MerryGoRoundwriters i A. n.
quiet town the size of Starke. Ordinarily, say of J. L.. Silcox, manager of the I (SuAt.) W L"4Mlddleton.: Mayor BH IT RRSOLVKP BY THE LEGISLATURE 1.the Ie l'hl..r) The "hl..r<, JulOr ,
a r such a combination of forces would i Com AUe..t. OF THE STATE OF the ('Olll' Iii rllilv.t.
f Bottling
have Coca-Cola ,
However, the past thirty days I Starke Cur Johns, City Clerk.NoTICFI FLORIDA: That the followingamendment dispatch alld t'POllllbl',
insure immediate approval. But these. are pany. I I to Article IX of the Inll' "r. bu I
been an exception. Constitution of the State .of FlorIda conMI.t..1I1 .t.' a'd
not times they point out. A I Mr*. Silcox 46 years of age, OF ELECTION relating to taxation and finance not of "' ,?' 'OII lit!
+I'I'' here early in July, the writer ordinary WHKKKAS The Lea-i-lature| of coid U "i1" ,. ,b't: mm,1 '
for several adding thereto an additional -
health by
is in the had been In poor 1939, under the ConHtltutlon. of 1995 conclusion ,,f> ; ..
campaign be known Section fuel fund
momentous presidential section to a*
t'R' ( has j just returned from a special military years, but she was seriously I of the State of Florida, did pan* I Ixlx 15 of said Article IX author- vision accomimnvini $
k and the small Senate isolationist She Is Joint Resolution proposing of the State sleemenl, ) ,
offing while. (Icing the Legislature
short of
r } training course for business and professional 111 only a j amendment to the Constitution upon the law It
f I husband, and by of Florida and the canI of Florida to allocate and distribute cussed and I"1"' *
is this fact to paralyze congres- survived by her the State I
clique using I the several counties of
Fort McPherson and finds a a vote of tlireeflfthii fact, bu AeniP"itlw"l
'.' ( men at Alice were agreed to by tin I"I "
Rii'Bfl' sional action. The Senate clique is supported her mother. Mrs. Winnie of all the member. elected. the State, certain excise taxes nowlevied ,I vision bel ,0.,' al !OJ,
and to be hereafter
and collected
miracle taking place. that the vote on properly coni.li'.nn'J1"*
Gainesville. each house III
major ,TUlii, of to ; I collected the '
I levied and by
of by a lobby composed: of Roosevelt- the daughter said Joint UeBolutlons were entered, State of Florida 1 Ie hereby agreed shall' examine ,? a u
The entire tone and tempo our com Mrs. Silcox was upon their respective Journal I I0'9' therein, a.1 runctoh '"
submitted to
I haters both and Democrat augmented Winnie THUSi with the yea. and nay thereon to and shall be the i event th "
Republican C. and
munity has changed. 'of George I and they did determine and direct elector of the State of Floridafor unable t., au forhl" Jail,
_ by Bundists, Coughlinites, Communists -; and was born at Island Grove I II 'that the Bald Joint Kenolutlons be ratification! or rejection at the Justice. lonirettt fin "'' u
Where thirty days ago Starke was dozing 1893. She moved submitted to the elector of the next general election of Representatives vice and able. ,to t"nUhUO'
i 20.
leftish labor elements, and fifth col. I September of State at the (General Election In to be held In 1940, a* fol.lows i stead with like. ...tf .t.'htll .
J through its usual summer inactivity, to Starke when only 11 years I I Nov..mber. 1940. : __ (
umnists. I and In 1909 was Joined by NOW 'THEKKFORK, i, n. A. Section 15. The Legislature shall A JOINT
today the atmosphere is charged with electricity age To GRAY, Secretary of State of the have the power to allocate and distribute Ing to nESOLtTI Section ) .r
Senator who compulsory marriage to James L. Silcox. State of Florida, do hereby give to the several counties of of the ('on.IIIUlioo! *r,
R'Fh'; generated by events about to happen. Any opposes this union were born seven children notice that aGMYEIt.tl. the "State, In equal amounts, and at of Florida Relating < 110ml.,8Ioll'U
; t.
military training legislation should be looked : KLKCTIOV such time", a* the Legislature! shall faux)
Real estate is active, rents have taken an : three sons, Henry. Lacy will be held. In each county In determine, any portion of all I I n 1.IT
business enterprises upon as a crack-pot or a traitor to his coun and George Silcox, all of Starke: Florida on TII"Md..y. next succeedIntr excise taxes now levied I ngr collected I I.EUISI.ATI..rtF-NOtrEl\HI '
upward climb, numerous Mrs. Alice the firet Monday In November, or hereafter levied or collected -II (II" FLORIDA' of TU!
try. It is sheer folly and utter nonsense to and four daughters' I''A. D. 1940 the said Tuesday. being? by the State; of Florida Article 8 "I t tI T'iut, NoU'
are planning expansion programs, Jenkins Mrs. Doris Rosier and I from the operation of purl-mutuel State of Floridaetlluua 1 ,

'< and newcomers are looking around for fav- attempt to minimize the threat to our ,' Misses Fannie 'and Ruby Silcox I, theFIFTH for the ratification II'V OF or NOIKMIIKII rejection: of pools. :I I County same I"Cammishlnr: ;,,aamend. .,

< 4'c orable locations. The. old question of hous- democracy in the new totalitarian world all of Starke. 1 I I the paid Joint Resolutions propoB- "A JOINT .RESOLUTION ProposIng .... I.h" "Iwhl. amended'
Ing amendment to the Constitution I I an Amendment to Section 2 (
shortage has from a minor annoyance that is shaping itself before our very eyes. Also surviving their sister are of the Slate of Florida. via: and to Section 4 of Article V of submittedelectors'. 'Ifrldll',
ing grown
four brothers Brence. Roy and :i A JOINT RESOLUTION Propose the Constitution of Florida Relating el"cllon a I the
to a major problem. Our long The man who would defeat such legislation Gainesville, and Ing the Amendment of Section 2 to the Judiciary Deparment. :I held In It4fRtpfeselllroril\!)
Harry Tlllls of )I Litf Article. IX of the BK IT RESOLVED B Y THE "
dormant Chamber of Commerce has been because of personal reasons represents the Collla Tlllls of Tampa: and two I I i Abounding Ad CO""lltlltlon'l LEGISLATURE OF THE: STATE 8, *' namended| | .. Nholl t read'
for Slate Purpose OK FLORiDAThat: the following
reorganized, assured of the hearty cooperation lowest form of genus politico. sisters. Mrs. Ida Mae Morgan of I,I BfJ IT RKS(>IVKD: amendment of Section t' and Sec I low;
Gainesville, and Mrs. R. Y. Reynolds ISL.ATITRE OF THR STATE OF tion 4, respectively of Article V "S"cllon ,
of leading business and professional Every able-bodied man In the United of Orlando. Five grandchildren FLORIDA: That the following of the Constitution of the State of .loner'In eal'h,. Ikeiar0uny t
amendment to Section 2 of Article Florida be, and he same la hereby district a. .hall t
men. States should be more than willing to givea survive. IX of the Constitution of the State aareed to and shall be submittedto law from time. to IImt I II
taxationand I Stat of county a i-nnimlnslonw" .
of Florida relating to the elector of the
Anyone who reads the newspapers will year of his life for the purpose of insuring Funeral services were held Sun RliollKhlnB ad valorem taxes Florida at .the next general elec- I be elected by ,he qualltll'II'b'
morning at 11 o'clock from for State purposes. be, and the Ion to be held on the first Tuesday |tors of said county at 'th,7
not, puzzle long over the "raison d'etre" forth his country against the fate that innumerable day Hume I Is hereby agreed to, and I I after the' first Monday In November ,I place of I'hail Olhol
the Klngsley Lake Missionary shall be submitted to the elector 1940 for ratification or re officers, and hold lab
amazing change of atmosphere. It stems nations have already met. Whatif Baptist Church, of which Mrs. of the State at the General Electionof jectlon. I I i for four year, proiW i, b ki

of course, from the mammoth development he does lose a year from his work? Bet- Silcox: was a member. Rev. H. I Kepie or.entatlveH rejection;In that 1940 I I.,. for to .ay.approval shall Section consist 2. (a of) The seven Supreme(7) Justice Court elected that the In the County. general Comm S,

at doorstep and ter lose it than to forfeit everythingjob M. Tillman, of Jacksonville, that the Bald Section ,2 of ArticleIX and the term of office of each trims 1940' from the even numlw
Blanding now .
of Camp our very tor of the church, officiated.pas.j I be amended *o a. to read a* Justice-.shall be six years; no term' and those shall serve for t tea

,from the expectation that thousands of home, even life itself in the years to terment followed the funeral follow\ : 2. The Legislature vSection shell of this' tnoumbent amendment.b shall. be affectedby districts shall from nerve the for odd(tour a.I .

soldiers (variously estimated from 20,000 vices Immediately In the Kings- provide to for defray raising the expenge revenue of aufflclent the-\ ( ) Each Justice of the SupremeCouit I I and four thereafter years. The the term powers,i

come.To ley Lake Baptist church Cemetery : State, Including State appropriation shall be elected by the qualified and com....n.l\lIon nf such
will be there state that preparedness is a step '
to 40,000 or more) quartered for the benefit of the uniform electors of the State at thetime Commissioner!. shall be ptA
The pallbearers were: A. of free schools and place of voting for mem by law"
ByBtem public
this winter.If toward war is illogical in the Nth degree.It O. Andreu, W. L. Andrews. J. H. provided In accordance with Article bars of the legislature, at the gen
and is reasonable to that the I XII of the Constitution' and of the eral election next preceding the JOINT RnsOMTKW
such a thing should happen ( just as say man Fields, A. J. Thomas C. A. I State Institutions of higher learnHecember expiration of each term of such office. log to Amend Section. I of 1

unless our befogged Senatorial "grandmas" who buys a pistol to protect his home wantsto Knight. and R. C, Buford. ling, for each fiscal year, and aleo I IIx( of the ronntimtloirolth
a .ulr"'l..nt" aunt to pay the prine.1 (c) In the event of the ratification of Florid ItHutuiK tn lilt
are successful in blocking the defense pro commit murder as to.say that the young Mrs. Stlcox a member of theWoman's I, Ipal and Interest of the existing Incdebtedneee ot this amendment It shall tlon of Ceitnlr 1'ropn
r Missionary Union of i I of the State I but after thereupon be the duty of the then Taxation:
_ gram it WILL happen), it is impossible to man who trains himself to help protecthis the Starke Baptist,.Church, was a 31.t, A. D. 1940 no levy Governor to appoint one additional UK IT nf'01.'EIRT:
of ad valorem taxes upon real or Justice of the Supreme Court and LROISLATrili: OK THE
forecast just what the effect on Starke will country becomes bloodthirsty and wantsto devoted wife and mother, a sincere I,, personal property except Intangible he shall hold office from the date OF "'1.011111Th.I,. !fellArticle ,>
property, shall be made for any of hlB appointment until Tuesday", IX of the Con,1111the <,
and devout Christian character
be. There are two classes of people in every fight. It is far more likely that familiarity state purpose whatsoever; and Section after the first Monday In January, State of Florida rtla',
and her death Is a great 6 of Article XII he, and the 1443, and his uccessor shall be the exemption of rvrtun r
community-those who see the bright side, with the hardships and rigors of army loss to her wide circle of friends I same 1 I..* hereby repealed elected at the general election in from taxation h. and I thi
1 1942 to hold office for a term of Is hereby amended and ai "i
and those who see the dark side. The for life will make him more of a pacifist than who held her dear. A JOINT sOLUTION Proposing six years beginning Tuesday after, Is agreed. .. to and dull t 1., I Ited
an Amendment to Article XVI of the first Monday In January 1943. to the elcrtori nf (hi <
mer predict that Starke will mushroom into his brother who stays at home. the Constitution of Florida Adding (d) The successor of the Justice Florida at the nest gear
'' HUGE EXPANSIONFOR Thereto an Additional Section Permitting of the Supreme Court shall be tlon to be held cm, the fir
fair-sized city almost overnight. The lat The value of a year in the army to the the Creation of a Commission elected at the general election next day after the firm Mon .,
COCA-COLA PLANT Empowered: to Grant Parole preceding the expiration of their vemher, 1940, for ratltlcai,
ter bemoan the fact that in spite' of our average young man can hardly be estimatedin or Conditional Release or Proba respective terms of office, but In rejection.Said .
mil- It will him (Continued from, page one) tion of Prisoner or Person with event of a vacancy In office of any, Section 9 of Aside
proximity to Blanding, the bulk of the dollars and cents. toughen ('rlmlnal.Ofren..ell. Under Supervl- Justice and there be an unexpired amended .shall read ai i
lion-dollar-a-month payroll will find its and put him in condition to stand "Having formerly I been' member *lon. term the successor shall be electedfor to-wlt:
way. up BF. IT RKSOIWED BY THE the balance of the unexplred "Section 9. There hall
of the National'Guard, Mr. .
to Jacksonville while peaceful nights in our inside work or confinement to an dffice I.F.IHSLATUHE op THE. STATE term. + -' | empt from taxation pop
I( Jones went on,. '"1 Jam acquaintedIn OF FIARIDAt _' Section 4. (a) The Supreme Court the value of Five. Hundredto

quiet little city will be made hideous by the chair without impairment of health. It will a small way with what Is expected amendment Section 1.to That Article the XVI following of the I case may hear and, exercise consider all and It determine* power Ron every who Is widow a bona and fide to rts't"'

raucous roar of jook joints. teach him habits of punctuality, obedienceand of a community in the Constitution of the State of Florida and Jurisdiction a* a single body the State and has lout >
relating to Mlscellaneou .
Provision I
line of amusements and other In which case a majority of the been disabled; In war or
The truth of the matter, as usual, probably ordiliness that will never be forgotten. by adding thereto an additional members of the Court shall con fortune"
facilities to take care of the officers Section to be known a* Section 32 stitute a quorum for the dispatchof The votes cart In co
lies somewhere between these two ex It will give him training in practices that and enlisted" ,men of the I of said Article XVI specifically ap business; or It may exercise Its with said proponed.. amir
to the creation of a Commission I powers and jurisdiction In divisions. and the ..an va.., dcrlanllf
tremes. We expect no miracle from the occupancy should naturally appeal to every redblooded National Guard and the regular. authorised to grant paroles returns thereof, shall bf Ito
At I Ior conditional releases or probation I (b) The Circuit Judge shall atall the same regulation
Army. night (practically the
of Blanding. It will doubtless be American-shooting, mechanics, and camp- of prisoner under supervision, la time be subject to call to the atrlctlons as are provide
only recreation period when these hereby agreed to and shall be sub I Supreme Court by that Court or for general election In11 t
many a year before anyone waits for a ing out. From a purely selfish standpointa men are off duty) I believe placesof ofmittedFlorida to the electors of the State the Chief Justice thereof and during of FIN .
for ratification or re the call shall be members. TESTIMONY: Wilt
Il streetcar Cherry street or watches a year in the army should be just as much business In our town should jection at the next GeneraElection thereof as associate justices to act have hereunto fet nand >
remain to be held In 1940 as follows: I I"Section in place of affixed the Grew'
late in abtlnt
the ,
open eveningsand any disqualified
.parade from a skyscraper window at Call cherished by American youth as a year in 32. The Legislature may or disabled justice or for assignment the State of Fieri
that certain types of business create a Parole Commission ., the W"'
and Walnut. It is inconceivable, however, the most expensive college or university in should remain open all night. powered to grant parole. or con-I shall Include to a division more, than but no one division circuit the Tallahassee let day of Aui s

that a payroll of this magnitude could be the country.So 1 Mr. Jones emphasized his next I I ditional. supervision releases or probation to prisoner und..rortlclal or judge.three members A division of shall said consist court ex-of SEAL1' R. A. GHAT

words:: "If the officers and men "er..ons'horKed with criminal of-l i,cluslve of the Chief Justice and 8-9 13t 11-2 Secretary
released within seven miles of us and not let us have compulsory military ,
do not have access to our facili-
have a stimulating effect on business in training, and let us have it without further ties during this recreation period

this area. We won't get it all, of course- useless delay. The Senator who votes we will at the very start receivea

but if the program goes through, there will against conscription because of fear of los 'black their eye', and they will spendall
money and recreation
be enough to divide with Jacksonville, Green ing a few votes back home should pause time elsewhere. In my opinion !

Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, and any and consider what will, happen to his precious Starke's business houses and I WlIlItleIfll

other town in this vicinity. If property job if Hitler takes the United States housing facilities should be expanded -
at once; this Is no 'shouldbe
values increase, if a few new homes are like he has taken everything else that has 'proposition is a 'must'

built, if our merchants enjoy even a mild fallen upon his greedy vision. necessity!"

increase in trade, we will still count' Camp o A view of Starke's up-town l
street corners after 9 mAII/ _
Blanding a blessing.As Must Be Shared By Everyone the past few nights more o'clock than ( .

,for the other side of the picture- Every person in the United States justifies Mr. Jones' statements.

it is true that soldiers, since the first battle must feel the burden of the new defense Dozens of men in uniform are I

ever fought, have sought diversion in their program if it is successfully carried through, standing around to Idly for lack of .er4rRM l
anything do--the drug stores,
hours off duty.. Away from home, bored Roger W. Babson warned in a recent news merchantlle establishments, and ;

by the monotony of camp life, it is only paper column. National spirit is as important everything except a few cafes are We won't be

natural that they should seek companionship as the acquisition of the material closed. The young men can't
even purchase post cards and
and amusement where the lights are weapons for defense, and only by sharing in stamps to write to distant relatives nv outtradedWe

brightest and the crowd is thickest. Greg- the cost can the responsibility that every and friends-post cards that

__ ariousness is one of the prime insticts1, and one must accept be brought home to Indi- would carry the "postage Imprint
"Starke Florida.
if anyone elects to change human nature vidual citizens. I And this with only 800 men

we can only wish him more success than has Air. Babson was alarmed at the proposed I stationed at the camp. aw<;

met the efforts of those who have tried the new excess profit tax, believing it an 4.:
Typewriter ribbon
ot all kinds
job during the past 2,000 years. It is up to attempt to make business carry the defense for sale at the Telegraph office.

us to provide amusement that, insofar as burden alone. This would so penalize expansion -

possible, is clean and wholesome, in the belief And discourage employers that the r

that it is the bored soldier who is apt program would not bring about the expected YOU WILL BE

to get in trouble. upswing in employment he opined.

We have Camp Blanding with us. Let's Commenting on the cry of labor for MOST WELCOMEAt

be thankful for its blessings, and try to shorter hours and higher wages, he said

minimize its disagreeable features-if any. this attitude "seems to be the same as that the Second! Annual

In the future we can look forward to a which destroyed France and which threatens 'MARCH of PROGRESS' I

_ grayer, more colorful, more prosperous England I have found few people All-Day Entertainment
Starke. who have any understanding of what we WED. AUGUST
14 won't paY
turn the
downWe'll. make
I !
O face in the months ahead to provide ade- Where Florida Tobacco Sells ,'

Senators Who Seek To Block Draft quate defense." for the High Dollar I a reasonable deal pu "

Are Putting On An Ugly Show America must get back on the founda- .. ments suit your

There is only one time when we get to tion established in its infancy-where hard LIVE OAK I

thinking that perhaps there Is a little virtuein work, self-denial and independence were the I* Preparing Another I 'YOU

the dictatorship idea, after all, and that cardinal virtues. Individuals must realize: Big Entertainment lET! we'll 1 make it mighty easy and

; r is when a few low-calibre Congressmen for that national defense is a personal respon- TOBACCO, LIVESTOCK I mighty 'lXpmSlIl' to own a new Fori .

despicable political reasons attempt to block sibility, and be not only willing but eager CELEBRATIONS 1; You'll of make get.more because for we're your old car, regardless F 0 R 0 V

legislation as vital and as generally ap- to share in the burden of making this Baseball Game-Carnival I Dew-ear busaness. doing a record

proved as the compulsory military training country safe from aggression. Character FREE. BARBECUE I

measures. -among politicians, business men and Fireworks Dancing IT PAYS TO rn/o f,
Authors of the Washington Merry-Go- workers-will "dictate the security the S200 CASH PRIZES TJ.r; "' lllJ E CARS ARE SELLINGPAGF

Round column point out that the situation progress, and the future of the New World Th. lIu.ann. County Junior
t Chamber or C'ommerre I J.
n in Congress concerning this life-and-death -and the Old !r" Want Y.q in UT.oak *a yap the 14th-We- w. Andrews, Jr. Starke,