Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01145
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:01145
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Koonomy uindry (File, .



The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


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acco Crop ro'r History Being MadeGlaring Congress Votes : i

$35,000 red and yellow signs like the one shown at left, and

gs thickly posted guards kept any unsuspecting civilian out of the For Starke .

Camp Blanding artillery range near Sand Hill Lake(' When the 116th Prosperity ; \ t j

Bradford Field Artillery practice fired there last week. ,

tcT; 11 Two New MembersIn .Passage Of Nail

Lowers Are Pleasantly r.wm f; Rotary Club What Everybody [

Good ,
urprised At Wants To Know

rices; 90 Percent Sold Two new members Charles., Guard Bill Means

Darby and George Mnnaosa, were I The following telegram wan
ford County tobacco grow- welcomed into the Rotary Club rt>c,>lv.-d toriwVmlneday by

marketing this week and183,000 at its regular luncheon meeting I I Dtt\\ltt C. Junes from a source 2 Divisions HereArmy

x I mat e I y here Wednesday Mr. Darby I that, could not IMA quoted:
p pro came In under the classification! . says that the 43rd
flue-cured tobaccoat Divisions Include
Of of fertilizer dealer. and Mr. Man- IMvUlon In !scheduled to R O to -

present prices should w. A assa under theatre management I <" n m |I' Itluitallns M..pt40ml.| Everything From

rowers nearly $35,000 ac- Major Garland Powell ex-Dls- I IBth and the 3 lot I1lvlslonIctober Generals To Horses J\ ..

L County Agent T. K. trlct Governor of Rotary was 1st. Thi. K I not of- .
f.e '
to This Is In sharp con- :. .. .'. .. present and Rave a valuable talk Mrlnl." When members of the House of

e. on principles of the organization.The : The telegram vjune from n Representatives t n Washingtonvoted "

*10 the bumper crop of more Club was also honored to what In ronnlilerexl' an authorItallte for the National O u a rd. _,,

500,000 pounds last ;year Veterans Camp i huve with it at this time J. C. source, and one that Mobilization Bill this week they ,

brought farmers" only $60- t Buchanan present District Governor rfhould ho "In the know." It cast a vote for the future prosperity ,

McClana added that might help to answer a quon- ( It Is hoped) of Starke.. tl tl'I'

Mr. of tobacco May Close 20thOnce then that In now uppermost In Congressman R. A. Green who k, '
)ear 750 acres the mind of local cltlieni 1, ''
) City Tax Books had spentthe week-end at his
growers $60,000 while less r1.P! ? '1 "Uhen will the soldiers<< be home here left late Tuesday aft ;'

a third of that acreage, '211 More Rumored I Close Next Week here '" ernoon for Washington In order "

will net growers $35,000 That Men To Leave A final plea' to taxpayers to I to be on the floor of the House ;, I
f "'
when the
Gold Head Branch Above is a typical scene Just settle their accounts with the city Important |I''I came to a vote.Important legislation :
peets for this season were 1 before a French 75 la fired. The before the books close the last
30 days ago there were Barring another "lease on life" ,four men grouped clone to the of next week was made yesterdayby Before leaving. Congressman ,.I
poor '
V letter
The following was received Green stated that of the
flue-cured bulk of the men at the Gold Clerk Carl Johns. passage
stocks : City
heavy gun are (from left to right) The ;
Thursday morning at the National
bill meant that two 'i
Head Branch Veterans' Camp are "I will be forced to close
In the United No. 2 who loads the my I '
co man ; gunner ,
office of the Starke Chamber of divisions total ( (
the' Guard with a l ,
last year's bumper crophe scheduled to check out on (holding sighting instrument), books on Saturday August 24 Commerce .
: undergo i
war situation In Europe; ,. 20th for a camp located in Sara- ,who nets the firing data; No. 1 Mr. Johns said "I will Immediately strength of 38,000 men will
sota I then begin preparing the Dear Mrs Stephens: training at Camp Blandingthis
ery satisfactory prices grow- County. :man who fires the gun (note his fall. '
e receiving are largely the Of the 217 men now at Gold 'position ready to pull the lan- ;t4 list of delinquent taxes which I am delighted to have your f 'I'
of growers voting for a Head, It was stated that a crew :yard; and the Chief of Section will have Its first publication in letter of the 3rd and to learn Mr. Green Issued the following > I"

year tobacco control pro- of around 50 will remain In order I:who gives the signal (when he dI the Telegraph on September 6." that you succeeded In organizinga statement: '" ,
"War officials have
on July 20th. When there to complete construction now in 'drops his hand the gun will be "Property owners may save Chamber of Commerce in I II Department

favored a three year con- progress at the state park. fired.) The muzzle of the gun the coat of advertising by paying I Starke. I can give you no official advised me that tentative plans !
1 have been made for the
their taxes before the 24th theclerk encamp ,
Information at this time
In .
the government stepped The information obtained by points out over tiny MagnoliaLake s ment of two National Guard dl- (ti'' '
funds which enabled the peaceful abode of concluded. however I have learned that Certain ,
some the Telegraph this week was "un- once 'I visions with a total strength of t'
exporters to buy tobacco official" and plans might be altered fish and turtles.Pecan War Department plans contemplate '. '!
and to
38,000 officers men un-
Lack Of WPA Labor the occupation of Camp' j.I
under loan
a government
i I entirely before the 20th by dergo training at Camp Handing ,
It In the United States Blanding during the Fall pro:
another stay which the govern Holds Up PavingMitch near Starke this fall.
It could be transported to ment has been granting to the vlded Congress acts favorably on
Crop bills now before It, "I have been advised that the
Mr. McClane. '
pa said camp every thirty days since Edwards. President of 31st division made up of Florida, ,
were are very happy over early last spring.It Starke's City Council this week Organizations tentatively scheduled Alabama Louisiana and Mlsalaa-! ( r'

prices as most of. them are was stated however by one To Be Auctioned said the City Paving Project will I for concentration there are; Ippl troop. will be one of the h
31st Division Ala. Fla. Miss.
ging from 15:: to 20 cents of the men, that employes of the probably not begin until all other divisions selected. The second

pound for their tobacco and camp have received notice that local military roads have been and La., division will be composed of National '

a month ago they were pre- I their services will not be required Farmers' Market Here M completed and until Camp Bland 4Sf' 3 Division-N e w Englandand Guard troops from northern '

d to take ten cents or less after the 20th 0 f this Expects! To Handle ing has been fenced as most of two regiments of Corps Artillery states not yet selected by

lfcClane added that acreage month. Brlgadler-O er>A* r at' S u m tel' the WPA labor at present beIng ., totalling around 30000. I |h..War Department. '_ p t.,
ents for'1941 would remained "- It has been rumored that If Huge Volume Of Nuts awry, who war given the honor used toward those ends. (believe that It Is contemplated} <'War Department officials advise '

unless'' the" picture :the conscription bill la passed a I 3f firing the first shot Is shown Mr. Edwards said both Congressman that these organizations ,be expanded that Camp Blanding has already I
sound of the auctioneer'schant ,
sufficiently for allot- division of men in training might holding a prized souvenir whichhe Lex Green and Senator upon the operation of been Inspected and approved ,
I echo at the
I to be Increased for that be stationed at Gold Head in addition will again Intends to save: the empty Claude Pepper have notified I I Selective Service to around 60- for the training of the
Only allotments for farm- to those already scheduled Bradford County State 'ease of the first shell fired at Starke that the project has been 000 men. two National Guard divisions

evading the payment of pen- for other parts of Camp Blanding. late this fall when the Blanding. Note that a rag protects approved and signed by the I find here and at other Camps Practically all the troops will be

s will be reduced for 1041. annual pecan auction-only one his hand from the case, President, and that the money that many officers and higher quartered In tents and temporary

'p to ;it la held In the state of Florida which, although It had been fired has been appropriated., but It has ranking non-coms like to bring buildings for mesa halls and other
today (Friday) gets under way to take care of1940's their families, and I can Imagine
City Election several minutes previously, was not yet been released by the camp facilities erected.
ted that 90 percent, of bumper crop of nuts. that there might be pressing calla
Btlll too hot to handle. Jacksonville office. "I feel that my efforts In bringing -
ford County's tobacco has This Is the "big" year for the for accomodatlons. near Camp to the attention of the War
i marketed I tree seems to have a Blanding. Should the full con- officials the natural
bringing growers pecan Department
e88 of 30000. May Be strange habit of "giving" one School Board Faces ProblemOf centration develop there will no and strategic advantages offeredat
year and "holding back" the doubt be calls for, from two to the Camp Illandlng site have

is Must next. Last season's crop was four thousand rooms., been successful' and I am extremely .

Tournamentgins !slim therefore nuts are due to I think that existing plans pleased but not surprised
Monday ,Announce For Jobs fall as thick as raindrops be- Paying Off $60,000 Debt SoonWhen would place the two Corps regiments at the Army's wise selection of

By Next Tuesday ginning in mid-October at Gold Head Branch Park thin. location which offers such

>e Co-Ed tennis ''In which case Keystone Height for the
Inter-city: The quantity of nuts expectedto unlimited possibilities
Pr W E. Middleton be- ing it will be: a strict plan of
aunt will begin Monday I With the annual city election be knocked down to the highest School' should also be Interested.Let training of our National Guard "
Bradford County's
L August 26, and continuegh less than a month away the ques- I bidder at the market here came Superintendent this year, worst Bradford schools that have ( me suggest that you watch during this emergency"

Thursday night, August tion of bow much longer candi- this fall has been estimated by problem facing him overdrawn their district fund the papers and should this pro If your conception of a "divi
and biggest
>If f necessary it was announcedweek dates have to qualify naturally market officials at from 500,000pounds was: the !great school debt and, things must be even more tight- gram be verified" try to Interest" sion" of soldiers Is somewhat

by Mrs. D. P. Carpen- arises. I to unlimited heights (pOSsibly how long it would take to laced, and Starke Is one of these. your people In the construction ol hazy here Is what the term

teacher of this popular Meth- Here's the answer: 1,000,000 pounds) dependingupon straighten things out. So are Hampton Brooker, Hell- cottage, cabins, and apartments. means as described recently by

t Sunday School class. The So far as anyone knows, there the size of the radius from In the past dozen year. the bronn. As part of the economy Wishing you success I am, nrlgldler-General Bum t e r 1...

a day will allow for Incle- Is no provision in the city or- which pecans are attracted to the debt has accumulated; $00,000 of plan students In those schools Sincerely yours, Lowry: -m-- ,e, .a.;
t weather. dinances for a deadline on can- I In previous seasons Personnel of a division consists -
auction here. Vivian Collins
will do work
it must be paid pronto. Said Dr. the janitors' -per (Signed)
e tournament which will of- didate announcements. growers from as far away Middleton: "The Financial Secretary -: forming all the duties except fir- Adjustant General, State ofFlorida of around 21,000 enlisted

trophies in three divisions However, City Clerk Carl Johns I as 30 or 40 miles have used the to the State Superintendenttold 'Ing the furnaces: sweeping cleanIng men, includingnoncommLssloneci: : '

n. Women and boys-girls) said this week that it has beena Starke auction for their sales. thia Board( that It would haveto clearing the grounds of papers officers and about 925 commU-
be held "generally accepted custom"that Market Manager J. L. Gentry stoned officers ranging from one
on the municipal I arrange to take care of a $60.- hustling about on miscellaneous
"s and a majority of the candidates must make known lilt highly enthusiastic over prospects 000 Indebtedness that is pressing. errands. Former Starke Pastor major general! to 307 second lieu

el will be night games.the ,. their Intentions by the mid-month I for a record-breaking auc- That doesn't mean that I.* all the Starke, like other "overdrawn"schools Died In JacksonvilleThe tenants.
of meeting of the City Council in "We will have the buyers" The list Includes three brigadiergenerals
three divisions willeparate. I tion. money the Board owes; It owes can depend upon the
trophies for singles the month preceding the election. I he said. "And I am confident much more but that In the board for no paper towels, chalk Rev William T McGuIre,, 11 colonels. 40 majors

doubles championships. This precedent would place the I that we will\ have a large enough amount which must be paid snap, toilet paper books erasers; and 277 captains besides 1.568
deadline date at Tuesday night, to keep them interested pastor of the Starke Christian and 1.600 corporals.The .
of nuts sergeants
Friday night la the dead- I volume within the next few weeks. "only the things the school absolutely
for August 20. At this time the ." schedule as do without" Church for two years until he retired division will have 000 draft
regiatering\ to enter the "By operating on a cannot maybe
ent and all the tennisert Council will draw up the form I Details of the auction were discussed laid down by the State Superintendent -'I had. Starke has no more district from the ministry last yeardied ,, horses, as well aa four pack

In town are urged to Join for the ticket to be used on at a meeting of the mar- which Includes: cuttingout fund must produce some at the home of his son,. horses with 406 riding horses.

the games and share in the September 10.Candidates. I kefs Advisory Committee last all unnecessary expenses-allexpenses student janitors who at beginning Arthur R. :McGuIre. In Jacksonville Trucks ranging from artillery

The entrance fee Is 50-centa in a city election week. Because of the large not absolutely necessary.iand ]I I of next month will start early Tuesday night after a repair to ordinary cargo loading
i' no qualifying fee. All thatit of all of which school their school in will number 1,317
Player and Charles Darby is pay variety pecans non-asHlBtance to any I helping hard-up lengthy illness. He was 69 years
charge of enrollment for men is necessary for them to do is ,command different prices and district that Is now In debt" the the tight struggle and points of age. Other equipment Includes( ambulances -
t ; to make known their Intention to must ba sold separately an auc- schools might hold their own. out Dr. Middleton. it will be a automobiles, gasoline
Sternberg! for women, and Funeral services were held yes
barite Jr. for the City Clerk, and then circulatea 'tion of this type presents far It may be necessary for themto great help.Monday operated hovels, air compressors,
boys and afternoon (Thursday al
the names of than that for any road graders tractors,
petition obtaining more problems close. If they do. it will be students at Starke had the graveside In Crosby Lake
Tonight a score of local citizens. I other crop. However the committee for the rest of the term. But If not yet learned of their new reponslbillties. era
(Friday) ill Co-Ed Interest in the election thus believes that it has hit do not. only thing prevent- Cemetery at four o'clock The A standard army division la

all night at the tennis courts far is at an all-time low. Only a plan which will provide they Rev. James Burbee, pastor of the equipped with 7,676 rifles of all
tennis players and the announcement has come upon the huge volume Riverside (Jacksonville) Christian types and calibers. 8.801 automatics

"rat' pUblic are cordially In- from public N. D. Wainwright Jr., who i. satisfactorily for handling to all. Further details Going On Vacation No Ugly Faces Church officiated and Mr. Mc- (.45), 411 machine guns.

out to share and see the week that be will be be announced later. McGuIre was laid to rest beside 108 howitzers, 2t anti-tank guns
es Cold drinks Will be on stated candidate last for the office of will Bradford auction will be John Godwin veteran clerk In Even If your number comes up I jhln late wife, who p receded him and 48 77m. guns

!awards by the Class and Proceeds a It Is also believed that I advertised The to growers In this en- Canova's Pharmacy and his I In the lottery contemplated In the In death by four years. Key- "Minimum pay for privates will

paying: forBrown additional mayor.Incumbent councilmen L. A. Can- tire section through personal letters brother Henry. the Telegraph's pending compulsory training bill, McCabe Funeral Home of Jacksonville be tl a day and up to $4 a day
hound had charge of arrange- You
pqutpment. ova. Don L. Hoover, and H. A. newspaper ads. roadside Lawtey correspondent leave Sun- you still may not have to don a ments. for figure technical the monthly sergeants.payroll of a

ord Bishop will be candidates for re- alitns. and radio will announcements be left unturned day to spend a six day vacationIn uniform. i Mr. McGuIre a native of De- division consisting of 22.00O officers
Bond election. I "No stone Miami as guests of their bro The Army does not want youif this basis.
to make this catur, Ga, was pastor of the and men on
three -
t In Half One mayor and councilmen the I In our efforts auction ever ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and you are leas) than 5 feet 4 Christian Church here In 1918- Subsistence Is about 50 cents per
are to be elected Chief of the most "successful Gentry said. :Mrs. E. H. Register. inches tall weigh under 120 or 1919 In addition to the two yean I day "per man" General Lowry
Judge Bryan Simpson of the September 10 balloting. I held here. have a chest expansion of less up until his retirement last year, said.
and City
milli Court of Record In Police A. L. Alvarez to Carolyn Callstreet, II than two Inches.A He was pastor of the Lake Butler o.-lW'nt" Are Listed]
kao have
nvllle last week reduced Clerk Carl Johns do Ford Place Moves recruit must have at least Christian Church for 12 years In round figures, this Is what

$10,000 to W'000 the bond run because a recent legislativeact on Andrews' Ford Latest addition to the town's"eights" 12 teeth properly placed for bitIng He was a frequent visitor to, General Lowry meant:
of week,
Anford Brown 22-year-old put their terms Next to make room Is Robert and chewing and both Starke and at the home of s Perishable supplies will be

ant of Sampson City, who a two-year basis. Company. In Jones'order Coca-Cola ex- "Miss Carolyn Callstreet. II, thumbs. He U turned away If he niece here Mrs. B. E. McRae. bought on contract basis. This 4

rr@tlefond degree murder I Wltt moving to the said Miss CalUtreet II being atlapldatnd has pronounced flat feet extreme Besides his son two sisters survive means the dally ration money fora
RemainSince pension will begin Ford ;+t ta
1925:: topless
to the death of Eleven Workers down In the < knock knees or decided bow legs. the deceased: :Mrs. Jimmie National Guardsman 83 cents f..

A. Peterson, Jr., on July last year when Starke's north end building of town directly behind Jitney. painted collegiate"Her" trail style In.U If you can meet all these requirements Merrill of Mobile, Alabama and day. will be spent In this area,
had In them 120 Urge home. The rainbow colors there .U still one more Mrs. Jimmie Morgan of Penan- or a total of some 11.000 a day. "
rooms Ray's Starke
TbeIt. sewing :Mss Olive followed about R. A, The monthly payroll at ,the '\
w bond has grad- leased easily will be turned cola; and three brothers:
number been that
was workers the has and chance you '
signed by ; location stream of oil *
oils of This week nresent the neWFord streets by the An additional cause for art Jack McGuIre of Pensacola,, camp has been put at more than I
decreasing. '
present down.
Sampson and W. ually'been Jo es. At mark Mopping
Doug( to: Mr puddles of ,, 1000.000,
water- McGuire Seminary
remaining. and Jeff
h QVV0f Tallahassee and out of the 23 women were trans-, place will remain unpainted or places. Jackson said "she cost I rejection. III"extreme uglinessof 'I Miss (Continued on page eight) J'
a two Improvement
[\tie! SUte ailrroadaCommis ten were laid off. cafeteria work, and no further nearly $10." face" Ire
school- made.
ferred to repairs will be
said Miss Ruth Johnson Monday.


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K Li\:M By l\IlIIIt Ih-th Wimberly NOTICE NEya of 1'11'1' U 5 J1 4B W. C. Cl..mon. 1.84 All Blk 11. Town of Law- Owner

Icpr Beg 150 ft H nf NW Cor tey W of Ry 23 5 II

The Manley Construction Co.. of tlW't6 or NEy. &: run ... All Blk 12, Town of LawSill. ,,
'' ts making a good showing oa S 211II.8 fl. F: 1434 rt to tey W of Ryja23 5' U "In.
Nntlce I. hereby given that the following d.'rlh..d lands or III mar h rlllht or way, thenre. Lot 3 of Blk 22 Town of II. A
J road work on Highway No. 13. thereof a" will b. neressary to pay the amount due for taxes of 193q Northerly ft, W Lnwtey W of Ry 23 I1lanCba"
s'' t l? unloading from sixteen to twenty herein Set oDPonlfe to the .am... together with Cost or such sale and 1261 It to beg In Syrt I 5 U 0
advertising. will b. sold at pUblic auction on Monday, the 2nd day o of N10' 38 5 II 8 Iaude Walnwrllrht !.7? Lot 4 of Blk 22, Town of J Plultlpr
; cars of rock and placing it on !!''I..premner. A. I>. 1940 at theBradford hour of Cnurthnu"e Com at NW Cor Dr Rik 4 Lawtey W of Hy 23 5 U

., the road every day. d"or, the County or In the Citycofcstark., Htatthe Florida, of H..Ubronn I'rlnlf" A: Lot 8, 4. 5, C of Rlk 24 O. J. I Phdllpr' '

A'I' Mrs. T. B. Curruthers pent run N 130 ft. E 41ft./ A Lot 3. 4 of Blk 2-5 t
Taxes S 180 ft W 410 ft to Town of
Lawtey W
I Mrs. Iaer4pllYn II.! T It A 0...... lest:
with her sister to
Sunday here beg at rlllht angles of Ry 23 6 22

Ruth Marr.. AII, of SW% U 8 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. '.21 and parallel with pub Com 76ft N from SE Cor tleo F. 'tin
All HSy of SEy4 8 of tic road ex I Lot In of Hotel Lot A run W ,

5 Mrs. Oscar McCormick of Jacksonville River 26 8 19 2B Empire Lumber Co. 8.98 NW Cor of .name 55 ft 75 ft N 75 ft, E 75

VGt', visited her father, F. M. NW% 88 8 19 160 Empire Lumber Co 18.08 W oft tI by 160 tt E &S6 5 Z1 Maude Walnwrlllht a.94 ft, 8 75 ft to pt of beg.

a, trl rj a Crews Thursday and was accompanied I IRys of SE% 1 7 19 8B Empire Lumber Co. 9.117 EHlk 8, 9, of Town of Lawtey W of
of 510' 2 7 19 I E1Tof Lots ll I.II 23 6 23
/ 4u & :
IASk lIarren 11.19IN"4 1
; home by her niece, Mltht IB Geneva Com 34 ft 8 from SE Cor Maude
of NWy & Fracl ofBlk4ALots I. Wain..

S + h I; leen Hardee for a few days visit. % of HWy4 1 7.. 8B T. D. Edwards 11.10 a. 11. II of 1IIk 7 of 40 ft Hotel, S, 21 Lot ft A E/run ft W, r I Cbl

+ t 7 Friends of J. F. Grlffls will b* of or NW'tt S" '% & Nl.y4 of 10 7 19 4B Lloyd Barry 1.81 aU In H.Ubronn Blk I .x IIprlnjfll Lots. 3. ,10 38 5 J1 Alaudo Walnwrl.ht !.E 6 N 21 ft to pt of beg.
to learn of his Illnesa. He One hair und lot In Lots Town of Lawtey W of
sorry A HWy, of SFya to 7 19
: Wig"' ?J Is at a Fort Screven, Ga., hospital I W,!. or NWI4 of NEy4 11 7 19 I8B Geneva Empire Lumber Harren Co. IR.seI 4.11 il 3 o W\\ or Lots Com Uy 65 ft 8 from SB! Cor 23 5 23B Emma
I 20 II HellDronn P.
8W% ...f'IW't.'. 11 7 19 f Blk 4 In Hll,
8.U8'1.t of Hotel Lot A W
I Barry run
fir NE+h & Ely! \ ofNW 40 Lloyd IIprlnjf"; 18 5 Z1 Maude Walnwrlll'ht 1.81NW
11 19 % of NW'',. I 8 21 U IIIrs. Maggie demons 8.IJIJAU 100 ft,' S 104 ft, E 100
"" Mrs. Nelson T. Green and NWya %of SWy4 &: W 10 A'T 16B Mr.. Bula 1 Martell 10.41 NFVt N or road II 8 Z1 161 Mre. Annie R. Alvarez 3,88Iy g ft, N 104 ft to pt of

; : T- i+' daughter Pheobe, visited relatives I of NI'':% of NWUt U 7 18 1.10 of SE'4 nf NWya &: beg Town of .Lawtey
f 80 A. A Edwards U 8B W. R. Strickland 14.37WI W of Ry 23
here SW% 8E% &: Ir \\oIa of N E'4 of Rwu 8 8 22S
Thursday.J. 1< -;'4o U 7 18 B ,(, of. NE'4 &: Ea\ of 1 Lot 27 ft N A: S by 100 W ]E. Tore/
t ( 1 7 W.: Solomon of Jacksonville NWya nf SI',4 &: 1'1 '.4 12B Empire Lumber C o. 18.9 4 8 21 18B 111. C. Rosier 26.90 ft E & W A on W side ,

: was a business visitor here Wed nt NFl4 0 HWy &: N\oIa\ ota NW\4\ of NW\4\ 6 8 It ao Bessie' Carter 2.83R' of State, St Bounded N
ot'1", I NEy' .f SWM &: E ZI A f4 or NWyi of NW'.4 6 8 It t0 DulUe Powers a.63 by Torode Lot &: S by
{' v nesda Y. of t-IW1,4 8W U 7 It 11.01 Nl.y4 of NE'L' lit WY.of Oeo. F. Young, Town of
.f : Miss/ Vlrgie Grlffls made a tJo 4 or : IIoj, of 133 Ou, J. I1arreU 1\110% A Ny4 &.WIV Lawtey W of Ry 23 23
,I ," 8W% .f H3Syi 1 8 80 1.90I of f!iWySWya 8 8 21 860 J. W. Townsend 30.48W 1 Lot 65 ft N & S by 100 Dlrs' Hattie NolM
ej4 business trip to Keystone Heights Com a NW Cur of NWya 8B Mr. S. N. John.. Jr. % of of NE'4 sx 1: ft E & W on W side of

: t+ Monday. I of NWya &: run IoJ 1411I N5A&EN\I_ of E'4" State tit Bounded N by
4; I a.8 ydN, 8 880 yd", W of NW'4 ex N 6 A 10 8 It 30 Wm. Thomas 1.73 Noland Lot & S by
Ml8 Mattle Harley of St. Augustine 148 ,8.3 ydx. N. 880'd5 R\oIa\ 10 6 110 61r,. Inu Kelley, 2.24 Thede Lot. Town of
of Yl .
? yc visited her brother, S C. I 10 beg; 1 8 IB 8.83 NEywn[ 8E'4 11 6 20 Alex L. Barnes .97 Com a of Ry 23 5 23
i r.. or NF'y. &: Corn at 2B Ida. Moody 8V or NW'? 11 6 11 40 Empire Lumber Co. a.71SI : 246 of NW Cor Ceo F. Toun,
N SIo1
; Harley and family here recently.Mr. ,; Cnr nl NEy' tl10y4 !;%of NW/o! & NEy of of Lot 8 & run 13 120
..,, + tl and Mrs. Lonnie Harley of & run H to .:: Cur, RW% 12 8 21 80 Josephine, Edwards n.09 ft for apt of beg

Richmond thence W on tlec line NWy/ of SWy4 I2 8 21 46 Alex L. Barnes 1.29 thence run B 80 ft. !H
fir f Va., spent Saturdayhere 11115 ft, thence North Ely of NWyi of NFH' & 100 ft, W 60 ft. N 100

l with Mr. and Mrs S. C. .rlY to y. line 610It t N104 of 'NWyi or NFai 14 8 21 80 Unknown 8.92 ft to pt of beg, Town

1,: Harley. W of teR, thence Ito NWyof NWyi i 14 6 11 40 Floyd Crosby 1.29 of Lawtey E of Ry.
pt .f beg; a 8 IB 423 NW\4\ of M10". za 8 21 40 U. M. IIfcHae 12IJ .25 5 23
Lonnie Harley, Jr., returned to ) N'h. of t-II'\\I of &: 86 I.J. M err Itt NW .ofNW'&WVaof n of SW 'orEB D C. &: Battle R\...,

j ,1 t his home In Richmond Va. Sunday N\oIa!\ of N iy or tI"4 11 8 20 Mabel Sapp 4.02 NEI4 of NWI/ 2Z 8 21 6B.J. n. Hall 180 of Lot 10 & run N 210
40 E A
8E of 8W'I, & Ht Ely\ or NWy A IIW't6 of ft, E 105 ft S 210 ft.
IS ;, after a visit here with relatives er xE. ti of Hwy &: ali NWya 29 8 21 126 J. E. Brown 485 w 105 ft to beg, or Lot

/'IW'4 of SE'/4' 8 of II Beg at SE Cur of NWy, IOC, Town of Lawtey

Branch 11 8 2B 2.81 of NW% of i'lW'1' Sl"C 4 K of Ry In Sec 23-
1 Dr. W. D. Brinson of Baldwin NW'. of dliy & all Ely 8B E, A. S app A run N 86 degrees W 24-25 28 5 22

was a visitor here Monday. ,, of 81.4 W of 'public 735 ft t. h.c line thence Lot 11 Sub Dlv ex: : Lot Unknown
roady & all HW4! of N 370 It to NW Cor of 1, Town of Lawtey E
C. R. Scott spent the week-end t-II '" N ..f Mill Brlln'h 11 8 20 Dowling ,, 2.40 NW'4 of Hw'yi thence E of Ry In Sees 21-24-25 26 B 22
Mrll J. P
with his family at Ocala. I I All Jo:1oj, of NEyE of 40 880 ft, S 660 ft 10 beg Nk\, of Lot 15. Town of I* H Howard

Branch II 8 2B Jr, 1.84 ex r A on N side &: ex 1 Lawtey! E of Ry In Sees
Mr. 55 Mr.. S, N onn.,
and Mrs.
Sidney Harris of All NWy/ of NW\4\ N of 3-4 A In NE Cur 4 7 21 8 Mary C. PllIlird 537 1 2J-24-25 26 5 23

Maxvllle were here Saturday. I ,graded road 11.48 A 12 8 2B 12 Unknown 1.84 Blk 40 In Hamp..on City Lot 20 ex 1 Lot 100 ft L. H. Halyard
NEy4; or SWya II 8 20 et al 1.3 A E of Elk 40 N'&Sby 400ft1A
Mr. and Mrs. earrle T. Dowling
Bob Smith of HI':'.4 of 14W'4 U' 8 20 40 I&.I
40 J. 0 Turner et al 4.S1 Ely\ of NWya of W In NW Cor. Townof
Lawtey were visitors here Mon- 1 NII4! or NE'.4 ex 1 A In LoW 4 7 21 2 Mary C. PllIlird 8.81 Lawtey, B of Ry In :
day. 8WCor & .NWya--of I: .-.f- I'Ilk-' ..- 12,- !--nor';..,nn_ s...... 2a242 .01 1\ .. __
NJoex 2 A In 8M ( or U 'I) __ ...AA.. eon City 4 7 21 Unknown Lot- 26 W -65 ft U OM !\'">. nnie, LOU .
--- -- --- 7" 1'1. A. "''app a.S9 ex Town Cod
Miss Jean Brlnaon of Baldwin AW'.4of8W14 16 i iit IU Empire Lumber Co 1.7 W 4 A of S%i or SW'4. of Lawtey E of Ry In

spending a few days with relatives N of of NE't6 & SWY41 of NCy4 6 7 21 B Malinda Prldceon 8.89 In Seen 23-24-26 28 5 22
NI':% 8 10 80 Empire Lumber Co. 7.!!g I 7 01 N S side of SEy Lot :27. Town of La>wtey' Mrs E. R H.rmc
at Hugh near here. REof NI'4! & SE14 II 8 10 200 Mr.... D. W. Kelley 10.41 IO 7 21 7 T. N. K.ndrlck 2.84 oLots Ry In Sec 23-
Miss Beth Wlmberly, Mrs. H. HE't6 or MWI' at 8 10 40 Orady MI.ell 1.2 g NIoJ\4\ of I3wy, Dr NJi1110 16 7 11 1B Unknown 1.64 24-25 26' 23
nf 8Eya 22 8 20 NEy L H
of NW A NWy. of Hill
NW 80 H. 19. Johns 14.81 30 31. 82 Town of
C. Wlmberly Miss Ethel Ricks Lots aa 8 ao Kelley 26.8 0 N l V V4 16 7 It 50 Unknown Lawtey E of
180 Mr". D. W. Afl,1 o'i'l1-lE 8.20 Ry In
4. I of Dlk U New N .
of '
and Carson Griffin were visitors I Nil I8 7 21 20 Unknown 2.63 Seen 23.24.26 26 23

to Amelia Beach Sunday. Lot River I of Blk U New 23-24 8 ao p7 A. & Mabel Sapp 1.8 4 WI'j of of NW54 WI\ of of "NWyi NEy4 A:11 7 21 20( Unknown 2.0S NI Lawtey i of Lot E 33,of Town Ry In of M F. Brown

Mrs D C. Reid and Miss Sally NWy River of 23-24 8 10 F.. A. A: Mab..1 Sapp 1.8 t. 1B A or t V4 20 7 It 50 Unknown S.92 SeeR 23-24.26 26 5 83
NW'4 26 8 20 SFcyof Emma
Reid of Maxvllle visited friends of Wya A S\oIa\ of 40 IL S. Johns 1.99I E1, .r SW\4 NEh\ of NWK &:20 7 11 40 Empire Lumber Co. 8.71 Lots Lawtey BO, 50A E of Town of P Hill
NVty In
here Monday. F.A: of NISy4 27 8 20 jE0 1'01",. D. W. K"lIey, 17.03N"4 NEy or Wli 21 7 It 60 F. T. Abernathy, I.SO Secx' 23-24-25 Ry 26 22
2M 8 20N 8Ey of C It
Mr. and Mil &lr.. D. W. Kelley 11.35 HEY, za 7 21 40 Unknown Lot 61. 62. 66 Kettles
Mra E. Prescott Frederick of \ 3.71 54. 66
I NJo\4 28 8 20 NEy of nt53ln
SWh road
40 Grady Mlult 1.29 ex 24 7 21 3S T. B. Cornelison less 1 ; NW
H 28 A of Lot 3.18
at 6 26 N1i of N
Prescott % or
Mr. and Mra. R. 26 H. 11. ureen Jr. 2.S1 NWy ex Lot 64, 210ftNAS
I H1.t of Lot II 81 8 20 Ureen 4.31 N 16 ft &, ex 6 A lake 25 7 21 14 U.
L. Prescott Vaughn Prescott and J IiIW't6 of 8WV. 32 8 241 40 IItr. r. A. All NEya of NWVa E D. Dyal 4.08 by 105ftE&: W Town .
r 441 Mr. L. A. Green 4.31 of
of OfZS Lawtey E of Ry In
R. Prescott 1I"'t6 NEy4 32 8 ao road
were visitors to 7 It It
40 T. M. Stephens 8.32 IIfrll. O. A. Sees 23.24.25
Dubuy 29
E 6.20 5 22
NI1\4\ A NEya of OH.
Jacksonville ACOL o132 NEya NWy 38 7 21 40 Emma Nof\ Pearce
Saturday. I| of s 20 Lots 3, 4or10AinNEya l\fu"hlenhardt I1.S5 67, Town of
Mr and Mrs. S. C .Harley 'were 1iI"'I4 HW't6 U 8 241 126 T. Y. IiIlflphen. 11I.43I of NEya 1 5 Lawtey K of Ry In
In NWy, of HEy! U 8 16 441 Earl Croon 4.31 E""O of loOt II A: all Lots 23. Hill 2.12 Seen 23-24-26 29 B 23 Emma P Hill
Lawtey Monday.S. I I I AU W'!a or 8W Y of SW% /0 L. n. Green 4.31 10,11 & W+ of Lot Lot 68. 60 63 Town of
C. H ofrond 33 8 UIO Lawtey R of Ry In
Harley visited the AirBase 211 In Woodlawn 1
15 T. M. 1.96I 5 22 30
Stephens lolre. ,
!AEy of N"J'A. 83 I Tereeea Becker 7.18 Sees 21-24-25 26 B 22
at Yukon 6 20 Ely of Lot I2 In Wood. Mrs. E R. Harms
Monday. N L y of 40) Ella Wilson Eat 9.26 lawn Lot 62 Town of Lawtey

I WN\VYY S. NW y Aof 11I11:183( \ 8 86 206 Lots 19, 20, 211, 29. 8B In 10 5 II 6 Mary Silvia 2.90 E of Ry In Sec 23-
T. M. Slephen. 28.43NW
TIIOUSANDS N4i tlW'4 &Ny4 Woodlawn 24-26 26 6 23 Ceo J. White
BEING 10 5 50
SPENTON of8a 22 Unknown
% J 8 20 Lots 85. 16 In Woodlawn 7.58 N1 of Lot 1 A all Lot
DEF}=NSE PROJECTS AEy 14 8 26 180 180 T.Lawrence M. Stephens Wlllllin. 14.03 13.52 Lots, 44, 41. 48 In Wood-10 5 22 ao Unknown 2.50 6 ex: : S 205 ft of Lot 6,

Construction of airports aTnt Installation NFy' 94 8 2B 180 Walter Wills 18.71 lawn 10 5 U IB Unknown Lots Ott. Sub-DIv E Lawtey L H. HillUnknown
I NWya 2 7 3B Lots I, 2, II, 4 &: \ of 4.15 10. 11. Otts Etub-DlV
160 Lawrence Wlgglns 111.416NW
of airport facilities In' NF:4'] ex JoJ U A 6 7 341 Lots 5. 8 8t all E Lawtey
1311 B, J. & Katie Hasen 10.11NEV. 9. 141.
1 Florida under WPA participation I I % of II"J't6 6 7 10 40 Empire Lumber Co. 4.115 11. 12. 13, 14. 15. 16, Com at NB Cor of NWVi
or NW 6 7 10) n of NW% Sec 24 & runS
U. 20. 21, 23. :
In the national defense l.nu 9. 9 46 H. H. Green Jr 3.35 34. to
to land
program 8 7 IB 846 26. 26. 27 In Woodh.wn8t of L. H. Hill
total l.ot. 11, II 8 7 It It. H. Raul.raon ELl thence W on line. orssaid
S8.304.B13 of
In active' Wlil NEVt
projects 180 It. U. Haul.r.on 11.6 of 8Ey 11 5 22 34B
Lots H. -
II Hill
I. I land
7 7 IB Lou I S
U 28.47 630
81 In ,
State Administrator Roy I It A In SJoJ Cor .f Let II 180 C. L. Atkinson 11:94: lawn Wood- ft W 600 ft,6Nftio o ft, 1.i

Schroder said recently. These A 1.11 A In IIW: Cor of r.ot U In Woodlawn II II I 6 22 22 aB JO Unknown 8.48 E 489 ft. thence Northerly

I 8Ey/t 12AEy lit Lot 42 In Woodlanw Unknown 1.82 1000 ft, E 186 ft to
A lOW.
projects are 7 Barry 1.2111ILC. 5 22 141
sponsored by the of e& road 241 Lot 0..0. Weeks beg
10NEy Mn. Little Cone 4.31 51 In Woodlawn II I 22 10 1.82 23-24 S 23 20 Mrs. E. R. Harmon
war and navy departments the .f NI-\4\ &: SW\4\ of Lot 22 In Woodlawn 11 Paul Engle a.50 Com at a pt on Ry where
I 22 10
coast Also that portion Lots 59. 69. 80 In Wood Unknown 1.82 E A W line of Sec 23
guard Florida
01 tlmI4 of NWy E of lawn crosses. A run N on Ry

and in addition. 3712,334 r..adbout 3 A 8 7 IB 113 C. C. Melvin Lots 48. 57 In Woodlawn II II I 22 30 Unknown 4.83 980 ft, to road running
11.01 I 23 10
Wy4 ex I A In tiE Cur J. T. Monde Kant:
NEy of from
In NEy 3.18 thence E
authorized airports has not yet &: Nl I''. of LIW'/4' e& 1 A E1 12 I 22 40 L. H. 11111 at right angles to
V1 NEy 4.63 Ry
been put Into operation. I In 1 I.8E Cur Cor of 8 7 IB 198 Mr. Alma Shaw n.4. I 4 for HWV, : NEy, && 1440 ft to a pt of beg, .

'm.E NE'4 SE'4 of NW'rir & W\1a\ thence N parallel to Ry
? NOTICE., OK ". DW r 7 10 1 of HWof\ II"J'4 810 ft, thence E at
1 PPIIrTIUN'ON Lot 8 of Ulk 1 Ward Mra U. W. liIapp 8.82 12 5 Z3 9B Unknown
TAX 1 I>.KKI 8. 4 of City 9 7 10 Mr. L. A. Green I.U W'4 of NEya of 1\IE'4 I2 6 22 10 H. 11.51 right angles 1050 ft,
I Blk a Ward W.
I 8I0'4 of $t0' of Haviland thence S.
3> City % N10'4\ 12 I 22 10 3.18 parallel with .
NOTICN'.ar1ARFIEREBY' GIVEN. Lot n. 13. 14 of Blk S 8 7 IB n. DLis Crosby 5.58 i4'4 of SW% or 8W% 12 G 23 10 Unknown 1.82 Ry 840 ft, thence W at
i 44''harIPy... Jr. and Ward City 9 NB t of MW\4\ &: NW% of I.Sa right angles, 1050 ft to
ohnswhollder 7 80
of Tax I Lot to of Hlk 11 Ward Mrs Minnie E. H..en 11.75 of 5 23 90 Unknown beg 24 5 23 20 Emma P. Hill
N'. 12
Certificate No. 702 Issued. the 4th, of SWU 6 U 20 S.93 NEVi of NWy\ of NEVi
day of August A. D.. 1930. has filed I Lori/ of Dlk 13 Ward 8 7 20 Louamanda Plnholater. 1.4 4 NWya of HWy4 of tlW'4 II 6 22 10 Lawrence Unknown O. Weekly 4.5:1: lit WVi\ of NW% of
.r same In my office and has madeapplication : Clly F1. of 14W'4 of 14E4 II 6 U 20 1'01. 1.82 NEV4 A SV, of NEVi of
for a tax deed to be 8 7 10 Mn. Laura E. Na\ of NEV.' or SEy4 B. Sherman 11.15 NWVANWyaofNEy4
Baxter II
Lot 9 of Rlk 13 Ward lA a G 23 20) L. O.
'y Issued. thereon Said certificateembraces Lots 7, 8., II A all l..t 10 Weekly, Trustee 3.85 of NE'4.'u 6 22 60 L H Hill
the following described Lotlt1* of Blk 15 Ward 8 7 20 M. P. Matheny 1.41 W of road A: Lots 17. SWVI of NEVS ex W14 of .
properly In the County of Bradford City 8 47. 48, 61t. 83 In Wood- SW;,, of NW% of NEVi 24 5 23 35 Roy C Campbell

Florida to-wlt! Lots 1t. II of IJtk 18 7 20 Mr.. L. A. Ore..n 1.21 lawn II I 23 SO T. H. Hill gw% of ??* ?'sy.H 2s 6 23 10 W C. Deyo 4 Br*
HOBat a pt 153 ft E of NW Cnr Ward City NI-\io\ of SWy4 or SW'4 II 6 U 10 9.Sa Sl4 or N14 of SW't6 of
I of Nivt of NRVi run W 105 ft. Lots 9. 16 of 131k 19 6 7' 10 Mr. L. A. Green 8.U Lol 63 8t N\\ of Lots. 51, Unknown 1.82 SlI''rir, 25 S 23 10 Unknown
S e.25.JtT: K 105 (t. H 222r3.ft to beg. Ward City 11M 8t all Lot 80 In BF.o.f\\ SBV' of NEVi *
7 H. 6 7 20 Woodl"wn
J. P. SWy4
Roberta of SHy of '
All II
81k 13 8.81 15 23 30 NWVi
? The assessment of the said prop Ward ex 7. Lots 54, 69 In Woodl..wn II W. C. D..yo &: Bro Inc 11.21 W of road NEVi of
l. City Ii U
arty under the said. 8 7 10 Lots 311, 63 Unknown Ay
certificate Indued Unknown 54 In Wood. 8W'ILor
SW't6 of 4.41 728
MW\4\ less \
was In the road 9 7 20 U lawn S\Vy ofBWA13
name of A. A. Mr.. Lillie Cone of
Durden.. 8Ev: of NIOV4 & NE't6 of 4.07 Tot 58 In 13 II 23 30 I. H. HIU 3-4
Unless. said. certificate NEya e& Hy 9 7 10 74 Fu of N": Woodlawn 13 6 U 10 Mr" Th..r..a 415 of NV4 of NEVi of
shall be Wara!' Corp of N10'4 Mathie a'60 SRVi A
NWy4 of U.76 I4 HEVi of
Ii of
A10y, U NEV
redeemed ex Ry 9 7 141 NVry 20Iorrl..
property described according therein to law will 91 .f NE't6 & SE't6 of 14 Waray Corp 6.58 JoIV: ,of of RW'4 NEya of NIoJ y/ I4 5 za 10 Lillie M.Mayer 7'28 si 8 EV4\ of SEi4 of

cold to the HWy4 lB 7 10 tllof of NEV 14 Ii U ao Hosa. Andrews 5'21 211 B 23 88 L. H Hill
bidder UB Lob Williams '
at th.1 of L. Z. William. '.00 8. 4 A alt I I'VI. of SWVi of DingIIINWof ) | |
court house. door on the first & NIo\lL NWya 8t W\a\ of lots 5, 8 In Woodlawn 8.39 I!\ SWH 25 6 22 10( ( I. & 11.
NW% ex Hy 14 I 22 80 NWV4 Of HWVi 25 fi 22 Ella J. 'Plnklni
to 10
day In the month of .. 7 10 t08 Waray Corp NIoo of Lot 3 & all Lots. Unknown fJ'Io] of
flEI4 or 168 9 483 NHi of
SWy of
-IS 40 to
which Is the 2nd, day oft 7 10 441 Lawrence ,
Heptember. 1940. 8W of NW'4' A NW't6 Wiggle 4.85 e6Eya8otn8E SRy: NF.Yo 28 B 23S 6 Joe Reed
Hated this 29th, day of of SWl4AE\ of HWy, 14 5 22 33 r.. H. Hill All N\I\ of SE'4 of 8W34
July Lot
34 E
1940OKKICIAL. ex I A In 8W Cur or In Woodlawn 14 I 22 10 n. 5.13 or Ity. 28 23 13 Mrs O O Annli

( SEAL) A. J. Thomas NEy .f SWII, 13 7 10 U4 U. r. Hough Lot 41 In Woodlawn 14 5 H. Pearce 1.8a I NV4 of NWVi\ of SEVi of

Clerk of Circuit Court of Hrnitroitt E4I or NWyi or SI'1'4' 11 7 16 20 mplre Lumber 11436 Lot 42 In W..odlawn 22 10 r'lE W of Hlur&LNY

County, Florida a-S 6t .- NLUa of NE% A all tlE% Co. 1.86 _,- --- 14 5 22 10 w_ .. .. -

101 I .....of.", NF._._% n.N ..of road _15_ _7 16 415 I.awr..n", _,_._.,__ .A....ft .nno i. IA in wooaiawn 15 5 23 20 Unknown u J.S2 of SWV, A'NWV of 'SWV4
.T yi w ]>
NOTICE TO. FF.NnANT I I. 10 A of HKVi of HWVi\ 16 7 10) to ald Coltmani 633 Lars 89, 40, 41, *3 1$ II II 10 Unknown &: N 240 ft of
IN THM .nitn ('DINT Of THF']I AwInfNW% less. 8 7 34 ltroU'r- Turpentine Co. 1 93 I Wondl"wn In 1.82 Hwy of HWy of SWVi 26 S 22 20 Unknown
101UHTM: NWVIg avl '
JIIIKItl. 22 40 NW
( IHt iriT IV 1 Cor of 779 Ll 44 Wly of Lot5 Unknown of SE of sw>4 W
Ami FOR ISUAItI4tU1)'Ot'NTY' of NWVi lying 140 yds In Woodlawn 4.83 of Ry .. H"8"
28.... 8 Sarah
ri.OlllltA. IV' HtNfKRY.. NASby35yd.1i&: : L ots 4, 13 In Wood In 15 5 U 15 Unknown 1 Lot 100 ft sq on N

Kenneth Tlnllo.Plaintiff.. W II 7 JO 1 Mrs Llllie Lots 1*, 20, 29. 30 wn In 16 5 22 ao C. C. DlozleY. 2.80 .side' of SWV of SWVi E
B 30 A of Cone 7.26 of
WV4 of NCVi 17 7 SO 1 59 Wood 1 wn adjoining road Btirnr
so 26 E
5 23 A
Llllie 16
-VBMahel -' Kfe i of NKVi\ 17 7 SO 80 Cone 7.71 Loin 37, dS In Woodlawn S 22 40 O. C. Barnes N''' of Nnvt of NIJV4 of
Van Ifuaften, Hello., NWVi ot 8104: A Ely\ of Mrs. LIllie Cone 842 Lots1, 44> gl. ,In Wood 16 6 22 20 Unknown 756 8RJ4 A SEV of NEVi' of
Defendant NIJ ', of SWV\ 17 7 SO 60 lawn 850 A" 3 A In' NW Cor
IN TIIM NAME OF THE' STATE 1)49) ft W of NB Cur Empire Lumber Co. 7.31Com 47, 43 In i6.ots S'U 30 1. I(. Hill of NEVi of 8EV4 of REV'
OF FLOIIIPA, GREETINGS: : of lice 18 A run W Woodlawn 16 5 22 20 Unknown 4.152SO A: Ww, of 14E'ofSEy' 4y
TO: Mahlx Van hearten, Halle, S372-i( ft, H 1120 ft. B I..t 51 In Woodlawn IB 5 22 IB of SE' ?, &HWy4\ of SBV

whose last known address I. OskaInosa 13X(1 ft. N 1320 ft to / i.ntt In Woodlawn 17 Unknown 1.82 of SRI/' & E'l oSHY.
Iowa. pt of Litt1 6 Z3 IB r..
I beg 18 7 SO 73 In Woodlawn H. Ifill of SWVi of 8E V
You are hereby, required, to Sty of Lot I less Hy A O. W. Barry 7.20 Lots 63, 62 In Woodlawn 17 6 2:1: 141 Unknown 1 82 fMB* of A81 of
pear to the bill of less 1 lot 60 ft by 100 ft Lot 65 In Woodlnwn 17 5 aa: 20 "nknown 1 82 SHY AWyi 11I11
filed herein aKUlnst on N side Lot 17 6 22 10 250 28 5 22 43 L. HS .
of 5H Com
you on or ap-I fly to A HVa of 39 In Nelson at SW Cor of SWVi\
fore Monday (September 2nd church 3.18
A. 18 7 SO 19.J. Woodlawn of 8KV4' &:
F. Shaw 17 run E
1940. 814 of Lot 6 21 IS on
A : 1235 80 In Unknown Sec line
Woodlawn 418
It Is further ordered. that this ,, SWV.14W'of: NF.t" ;i; N of Averox Lots. I. 2. j. 15, 34, 43,17 6 U 10 Unknown 2 80 of {beg tn.nce ft N to 660 a ft.pt
order be published In the tlradfonl HKV, 5* In 1.82
I St 7 SO Woodlawn El 98 ft
: 160 8 880 W1
County Tvlvirrnph, a new i SWV. ot Ni:>4 A HK" of Empire Lumber Co. 1866 Lots 13. 20 & NV4 of IS II U 1B L. H. Hilt 19S ft to beg. A ft,
published In said' County of I NWV., & NKIfi of 8WV4 Lot 14 In 825 of SWV SEV NWVi
Woodlawn of
ford once each week for ura",1! A NW 4 or SK 4 A Lot 45 In Woodlawn 18 II U ZG "'m. E"f\ 28 22 13 Unknown

Consecutive weeks. ,I 1 I NEt 01 of NW14 A B IS Lots I. a, 3. 4. 5. 6, 8.18 6 U 10 1\1. L. Thom p Yon 3 59 fiE\\4 SKV of .NW% of"I B L. H.
WITNESS" my hand and official A NWIoi of NW1SI 7 20 112 Ilrooker It, III 1 34. 33. 45. 46 234 S'I'' y4 .f NEy of : FIlIH111
seal this 31st ''Com' 80 Turpentine Co. NHV 21 5 22 10 Emma.
day of July. A. l>. : chne W of NI'' Cor 25.13 63 In Womllawn Nt4' of
lilt" ,I',I of Mec 25 A run H 6t i Lots. 35. 86. & of 19 5 U 150 Pura Water, W NW't6 of NEy' ex WvrirkS !
(OlFICIAT SEAL) A. J. chns, W 70 chns, N 811 c 311 A all Lots. NI.v 43. Lot Co 21.48 Eui of NEy! 27 5 23 18.J. P
Clvrk Circuit Court. thns, I20 (chns to 48. 44. 41. 4 of NEI"( of
betr 450 NW
4t August 2, 9, 18, 23. Thomas/ less B 8 A of N SOchns lawn Wood. e / NW% fif: W of NEVf27
20 NW" !
/ also 5 U 95 22 7 D. W
com 80 chns Lots 32. 34 In Woodlawn Unknown 9V I ; or of '
,o'rU'.1 TO. .... ..:' ) W of NK Cur of Heo 36 [...t... 37. 63, 640.. In 20 5 2J: 20 Unknown 14 30 8',1 ..f SWV NW't6 of W'.4 &

IV 1'IIM 4'III! I ,'r tot IIT IN' .*M> A run S 340 ft for pt Woodlawn ZO ,, 2.50 o' HW,, H1/a I. & r P"S :: IY" "
FOil IIUAIIKOHII I''OI'NT'-, of hvir. thence H 9MO LM of Lot 67 In Wood- 15 U 40 L"hknown I ES of NEyof' 27 8 2, 25 ROM l
PLOIUIIl. IV' ft. W 1284 ft. N 910 ft, lawn 4.83 S SEVi e& ,
I HlVtKHl.: K 1384: ft to ZO 5 23 420 ft-1HO\ A 27 14 J. L H I,, '
Bernard U Fletcher b.-3IJ A tS 7 SO 141 II. H. Ford Wry of Lot 67 In Wood. S W. 'Fl, Torode C Com at NE Cor 22
NWyi of SWV\ 26 si S2 lawn 2.12 of Sec
7 SOS 40 2M
!Plaintiff W'l of NEI* A NJ4 of Kmplre. Lumber Co. 4.84SI 1.1'1 63 In Woodlawn ao 15 U 5 Unknown A run W l8ao ft. H
-Ys. N'WV\, A NKV: of HF17\ 7 lit lOB SR'ti of 20 5 2a 10 l'nknown 212 lil20. ft. E 1821) ft, N ,
llethelda J. Fletcher, R of of Empire Lumber Co. N10'4 2t 5 ft to beg R *!'* 'In '*
NWV\ N1Yy/ 1 SI SO W. lL 74 EVt! or 14W'4 of 23 40 Unknown 1'82 Lot IS 6 23 40 J
Defendant. One halt undivided In.terest Morgan 5,34S tent, nf 8E14 &: 4.53 A11 8 *: Nof Lot
IN TUB NAII0': TfIR: STATE In the following\ MF.V4 21 5 U 80 J A all Lots 55 68, 67.
OK FLOKID.A, ORKMTIN'as Ely otNEy/ ex 10 A In J. n. Ehurord; 68, 69, 60 & NV/of
: dencrlbed :
lands Lot.
: H1y! of NE rnr ... .. __ 685 61
TOBethelda J. .. 64 In .
Fletcher, whose HWVi\ ex1egAinNW F 0 n Woodlawn SO *\ .S Unknom. '
lust. known address < of NKV of NWVi! less 70 v.o F. .0'. .. .A u K
Is 20 t East 'or. Also that ji young --- ,
William. Street ('ulp..p..r.'lrlClllla.. tion por .A for cemetery S3 K 14.38 Lot; uuin .W'dra a29 .
N of 99
graded 19
county NF:44 of B 23 35
You are NWV of SWV.! I *: 1\1. :Lora
hereby *
required 22 31.
to road Dln.f"lder' 211.
ape 6:1t:
running W from IK14 of 8K' < 10 ti. F:. 7.58 15.1 88, 87.
pear to 4 of S
the bill of SWVi: Si Knight 35. 39 A
complaint Htnte : K : 8yy
Farm Lots
ot .
filed herein road A NEy 1 6 of HWU 10 f W. .81) : 41, '
against you on or be. SWVi of 32 K 1 Starling 42. 43 &: all
HI'4 40 9 Lot.4
for. Monday. the 2nd day of Sep.! 8E44:< of NKVt ex 5 A SS 21 115 Unknown 14.47 JJn of SWV of SBVi 22 6 s! ]lfab..1 Wainwright .HAan 45. 53. lit In Woodlawn W. H ?: 'sham
of 130
Wt B
tember, A. D 1940. In HK Cor SI S ;1F.... .* of 8W of 1> fi. Sullivan 4.U II Lot 84 & A. of Lot 40 22
11 36 726
It Is Unknown
order be published ordered In that this NS' of SB-H' \ of NWVi 15 S 31SI Mra. 7.19 HI NKU of NEVi W of" 23Ry 18.J. P. I A A Wyy of Lob 49'
County -Teles-raph. a the Bradford KS: of SwC of SWVi, 2T 6 in Mr. lfur.lc. .C- CI..mon. .9T lens' 9 A owned by Wyrick 264 Woodlawn alt Lots 60, Vi In
newspaper of SS
published S SKVi IT S 31 LV. f.1d Jane Byrd A I, 29 B S3B U t'nknow
In said County of Brad SVl U. p : less 2 A Art 83 In
: of II
NWV\ ex 3 A I In 1.18 to R. Wondlawn 29 1.H.. H''
ford once each K Blanchard :18 I U 10
week for 23 of
four NB' Cnr 6 zots
consecutive weeks. A all N. of 111 of NW of It 10 A. 1\1. ? 41, 42. rle.eLot

l WITNESS" my hand and official SKVi WVi of N of' branch1 37 S 31 117 IVy Reddl.h SIS 1:W'."' of NW Vl A NEyS Ntm of 6 32 20 sr. F. Brown Blanchard 475 3 n.. W 4ynof 4329 S3 15 L. C. Rn)

seal this Slit day of July. A. D. NEv SKVi 388WVi 6 31 40 Maud Walnwrlght Yti A \ 726 A all Lot 14
1940. \ oft 8WH of '17 4 AWyeof\ NEyi23 22B 10 Ceo F. I.ot.18. 19 SO ft

I OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas, W": 19 S 11 10 Mr" C. E. Norman of NW" 13 Young 18.01 lawn f Lot II I" Wood
Clerk Circuit ourt. S W"'. VrTOrtot 4 II 6 St 5:1.1.: W. Townsend 17.09 t ot 3 of Itlk S Town of 22S 4 Oeo. F. youn Lor. H. IB S 22 50 Unknown
;r 4t August 2, 9. 16, S3. \ 6 SISt 40 Wm. B \\tit Lawtey W of s 280 6:1.:
BV\ of Holllngsworth\ Ry 13 lit In
NW. of NWU S4 I 34. Mr. H. C. Edwards 1.71 1.29 I L ot Lawtey 8 of Blk W 7. Town of 23 R- A. Crlffl. 'Ji[61 In "wooV>0 5 ". P. 8tarllnfof

of Ry S3 1..59 lawn
n B 12S
Mamie Lou Edward 7,31''It.ot.In AA. S4. ,5. /(, 47' /,10 5 I. S Unknown CI

Woodlatvn Ii S 23 80 L. CPAG 'Roy

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of Hec. T"
61' 69, 80, e381 of \.t t
15 u 110 3. F.
Morrllon W
13 0 9: ft. 8Jv'11f'unN FIt'_' ..tV' Cor of NWU
'd166n6L 6g Inn ROA tofolE.>.4 A run N 430
15 22 40 Maude ft. Easterly 206
W.lnwrlsbt ft B ft for of heir
pt thence
lUi S
pwn p 10, 11. Also 174 ft. S 802: ft to heiT B 210 ft, N 400( ft to

jg", 1:', 1y 18, 19., :\II'.. H.certain lands 8 of road th"n..eV 210 ft to
29. Sparkman & W <
Sec line
28 TI thence 8 topt
:2, 35' 8A' S7. of Ry In MiVt of SW%. 28 of
1. ; 6 22 10 H. E. John beg, also beg at
A4 41' 4s. U. 1oAf '8ENW Cur of SW* 2466 SB Cor of NEV. of
.0. 41.. 4H U. 11Wt4&run lf,0 ft
28 ? ,
: .653. //n Lot I, 3 of Blk 1, Orig 1 Dr O. L. Haynes 663 I N $10 ft, to road H 160
ici A6 d.{ inal Town ft to 14 Sec J line, thence
InU Starke
122\ 120 28 6
3. F. MorrlllOn 22: Elvlna S" to beg
MorganJohn 29 6 22
&9.S1 0 f 704
ja"" Woodlawn U 1U 20 W. I r. & H. S. Crawford lnal'Town' Blk Nisrkeg I All NWte of SEU' of I '
T .91 of 28 8 22 NEW E of road
% gya of NE4 88 1U 20 Mrs R. L. l1atton. Jr 3.81 SJ3 Lot 7 of Elk 9 OHg- Forsyth 7.04 Wt_ ..f NWV4 of SEiex ". 32 6 22 :?

(If pi:4 83 1U\ 10 R. 1. Batton Jr 2.3. Inal Town of Starke 28 6 22 r I about 10 A cold dlv- ;
? NW14 Bradfnrd Co Co-Opera eta persons 82 6 "2 1
\ of of94 1U\ IS n. L.. Hatton, Jr 1.5 Iof I E 2ft J 'In of Lob 6 tin Corp 1677 Beg .t a post 2>4 rhns '
244 8 of Blk N of SB 'or of 8EH
RE'cf'" OfU IS U 1 1.. H. Hili 1.43 Town of Starke 16. Original( of 8Wl. A run N 3.(7chns

VI fA'tyti: &: PIlIt Lola 6 28 6 22 Cha.. O. WoodbrldgeChas. W 14 chns, 8! 6.1
1T22. 8 of Blk 16 ex chns. K 6 oh,,., N 2' :
16, 2335 122 27 Emma P. HI1I R 48 3.. ft, Original ..hn.., K S chn. to beg"
.I' Itvw ; NW 1 Ie Town of Starke 28. 22 ex portion W of road 32 6 22
c:1: m ; E 38.15 ft of Lots S, 7 Q. Wood bridge 136.22 Com at 8W 'or of SWk' 4
erY 35 1U 1It. L. of Blk of NFL & N
m99 Harr.ll 17, Original run 214 ft,
g,1of g ,
of $ Town of burke 28' f: 330 ft, M 264 ft, W
NI w436 15 U 11 C. I. & M. Dingfelder W362.3ftofLots6,7 22 ('h a Ill. Q. Woodbrltlg 11422 330 ft tn beg 82. 22 1
8204 "
\ J 6 II 4O.A. C. Sumner of Blk 17. Original _. 1 A In 8\V Cor of E'4 I '
NW'i 3.29 of NW'4 of 8EV U' '
f J 8 U 40 Unknown Town of Starke 28 6 22 Lots 22 1 t
6. 7 of Illk & Lincoln
SE'4' S.PO Chas. O. Woodbrldge
21, 70.20Cha
u Original Town of City
a. 4O.A. C. Sumner 32 6 22
r 8.29 Starke 28 t Lots 6 1 of Blk
eel gWSi W of 2 6 Lincoln
3' U 1It. H. WalnwrlS'bt Lots 1. 3 ex W 60 ft A *. G. Woodbrlr'.*. 136.6S City 32 6 22 I ;
E of 10.81 Fracl Lots A, B of Blk Lot 6 of Illk 6 Lincoln
l: of BE4! a U 14 Unknown 24. Original Town of ylt 32 6 22 I ,
s.2of 7 Starke. 28 6 22 N''< of NW4 of NWiex !
: of S6)4' a 6 U IS Unknown S.48 Blk 29 a* extended on Unknown ,. 1393Mrs. 8 A anV end A '
ylE'a ,, I
f Enseys map ex s >4 A Vault 1
100 lot 33. 22
of tlE"0 BE a U Unknown g,7NE'r 1 ft & ex E 80 ft. Orig Com at a pt 105 ft H 11 I
& Nlil of inal Town of Starke of NW Cor of NW'
6 22 of
4 22 120 A. Z. Adklnll Thelma Larnn- I
NWV4 A 8
13 01 run 656 ft.
NEt4: EWE 3.4 WV4 of Blk 30 as extended taux 7.11 E 525[ ft, N 666 ft, W I
4 6 U 10 M. F. I
.'of N Brown 19,0W I on Enseys map 525 ft to beg, sa. 22 !
% of NE'4' of ex S" 105 ft, Original I SWV' of NF.44 as. 22 B : t.
6 22 148 ; 40
4 M. +
F. Brown Town of Rtarke AllolE'
11.138E'4 28 6 22 of SEU: W of
IIf 1\\ 22 20 D. A. Judd The NV4 of the following L. A. Reynold 10.91 road 33 6 22 )
Se" 4 S3 20
1\ 0 28 10 a. L. described City I Block. I 6 A In NW 'or of NE,
eEWFEIA KUlt'y 1.41 Bounded N by Call fir, u1' ...roIE being 417H ft ::
,, 9 I 23 40 Unknown W hy Broadway R A W by 640"
r NE 12 1 St, H 4 N /
'I, : 3. .. S. 6'a hv Madison M & E by &N& 11 A In FJ'o (
W. 149Ye a Sub-Dly Bay St 28 6 22 of NW'4 of SE>- being 1
W of Ry & E10 1 A of l band In Starke Unknown 2081Unknown 831 3.' ft N &: H bv
8 21 sa Unknown 10.18 Bounded K by Temple 4)17) 3.. ft on N side )

I 1hgEV, tt'llE\\.. o11A Ave, S hy Pratt lOt.V x I HIS ft on 8 side to public
E of 8 23 60 WJJJle Agln 13.33 by Sanderson lane ex roa.l. 33. 22 17 .
,fFE4' & NE' ofn 1 lot 100 ft sq In Lot 2 of Blk 2, J. M
A L: SB Cor 28 Johns. Sub-DIv of NE' ,
.. v: 1101 8 ot30 8 23 70 W. C. Ct'mona 1.37 Lots 1, 2, 3 of Blk 1, 6 22 1453 of NEV, *33 6 22 1 1

C E'h ofll LIvlntrBton. Truby A Lt.ts[ : of Blk 8, J.
"? Wy V& 8 U 60 Unknown 11.29 CD'H SuD.fIv of NE'4 .'. M John. Sub-DIv cf I

EWY IIr"NE" 11 6 23 20 Unknown of NEV. 28 6 23 N E't of N1C I I. 83 6 22 4 '
4 2NW'4 All ]ilk 2, Livingston. Annie William 272 Eu.: of SE 44. of NWi of
of NR'4 11 8 22. 20 Louise C. Gardiner 422 Trubv & Co's Sub-DIv IX"I'"' i SK',. 34 6 23 K\ j

9154. ltot'.11 of NE% of NE>-1 28 6 22 NWV4 of R1Vt4 of RE'v. 34 6 HiS3 10 '
8 23 40 O.
L. Haynes 6.711 i Lot 1 of Blk 7, ..IYIOga0 Annie Williams 734 W .1110( ft of N 1060 ft :
"SE" 12. 22 40 1. W. Conway 2.6 ton Tiubv & Cn's Sub- of NWI. nf NWIas' 6 2K :

8E4 ohNW'/4 & I lilY of NE'4' of NB""4 28 8 22 .1' IW'. of NWI4 35 8 22 40 I
of NEy, of SW's u 6 23 20 Ernest Ot'8tRer Lots 3, 4 or Illk 14, LlvInaston Unknown 231 SKI.. of NK'4: 85 6 2J 40 I!
6.78 Truby & Co's Lots d. 7 of Blk S. Lake i
E'4 .f SE4a 0 Snh \ Klngsley:
-DIv of NEV., of Height. In
14 3 22
10 Wm. Mat'hler 3.89 NEV4 2g 4 22 NEW\ of NEVi 36 8 22 ,l
NE'4' of NW1.4 of Lots 1 I. 8& E 38 ft of Livingston Trust Fund 2.61 Wi, ..f WVi of NW\ '

ot a trlp 40 ft Lots 3, 4 of Blk 15, of NW>!4 .16 8 22 10 h :
W of name U 6 21 I.A. R. Johnson 2.14 Llvlna-ston, Truby & NW'i! of HW'4! >< 6 22 40., : ,Iv :

Nt4' & 3W 4. ofet Co's Suu-niv of NEV4 K1 I- nf SBV' 9' 8 22 KO I.
f Alf NW< of NW< ;
An SE of NEA4 28 6 4 !4 W of
3 22
14. 22 11 Unknown Lots 1 I & E 38 ft of Annie Coleman 4.79of road 2N 3 7 22 1
7.97 Lot. 3, 4 of Blk Iff, w 'oft of NE<4 of 8W'4 3' 7 23 20 .

::01'NE'4' Ii ex E 10 7 A A of In Llvlna-Hton._ .... ...Truby_. .. .& E L 6 of: HEW. ...of H'1.:: .& u i I
: <_'n' u. "" n u.. '" .r.." 01 4 7 X3 an
0'' SE'4 of NW34 11 6 21 77 Unknown ]0.48SE" u w NB'4 n U"&I" "' L'1'28 6 NE44 of SF'' .oy 7 U 40 :I)I, I

IIf FEU. 11 6 21 20 Mr. JOlt'phlne Thant'y '..74of W 62 ft of Lots A, 4 of 22 Mack Coleman. 438 N1Vy.W(4 otf NE'4 NW44: of s'.N'4; 4 7 U 10 .r
Rlk 15 & W 62 of &
tlE'4 of SWI/ ft of ,
'4 of SW 4 & AI, Lots. 3, 4 of Rlk 16 4 /olE'A 4j or NN' :l4 of to 1t14, 7 II 30
A E14 of Lots tom at N\V Cor jf ,
SE'4 W. of 1 2 of
oil 11 8 II Blk 17 A KU of Lots :2vt: % of NEB & run 14
& 73 A. F. A. C. Co., Inc. $422 ft. F610ftN210;
1, 2 of Blk 18 '
SW'oI 18. 21 40 John B. Ru..t'JI 3.18 Truhy A ('Llvlnrston 0'8 Sub-' ft l W 120 ft, N 210 ft. ,

u/8 14' of 9W4a26' 22 .0 Joann.h E. Rogers 23.03 DIv of NE'4 of NE'4 28 8 22 Annie Coleman ..32 6 %A In 210 NE ft t'nr to of beg NE IS 7 II 4 1 I

Lots. 1, 2 of Blk' 22, LlvInaston of NWWcx ,
'' 18 6 21 IAinNF I
E'4 .4 3. D. Russell ].7] Truky A Co's. Cor aillo 4 A 470 ft 10
SE'i' of NE% 18 8 U 20 W. T. Wt'ekll! 3.72 Snb-Dlv of NEV4 of 0'11' : W by 376ftN&14

&: NBH 28 8 22 Unknown 261 N of &: adjoining 6 A
'uNE4 SE'411 8 II 80 Minnie Tyson Lot 2 of Blk 24. LlvIngstnn dp".rlbpd above S 1 U 1 '
NE'4 of NE44 2.01of Trilby A Co's. 2 ofA In NW ("'or of E'"
road n S 100 ft 20 8 22 Pnh-niv of NE'4 of N1C.4 of lotE"W CJl
of NE'oI, of NE44 11. Sarah R. Robln80n S.78 NBV 28 22 Unknown 3./1 road 0 7, II J
Lots 3. 4 of Folk 30. LlvImrstnn In P.:1.: {, of
< or 1WA
ofoNE4. & Truby A Co's. AofCNEti E of : : ; I

E'4' WV420 8 2ENE4 Ruh-niv of NF.of road .x M'it 7 T U 1
&NE4. of U 1. D. Green 11.13 NRV4 :8 8 22 Willie Roberta 924 8'y A of that portion i'
( 20 6 II Lots 1. 2 or EV4! of Rlk of E'4 of MW4kof1E4,
SE'i' of SW'4' ex 10 Mrs. Onle Freeman 19.111 32. Llvltiimton, Tnihv v W nr road 7 7 '22 8 o
In SE Car W oT A Co's Sub-DIv of NE14 .
of NRV. 28 8 22 Lillie Martin 5.1 12 1 Fu of BE'" of SW'. 7.7 22 20 : : j"
u IIf aw'4 w or l0 Unknown ]9.91 Lot :a&I NM! ft t of Lot HE'i 7 7. 22 160 : ( : : r"
road 4 nf folk 31. I.lvlnirpt'.n, N'" ot NE'4 of 10 7 U 211
110ttE&' Why 1 Mn. Onle Freeman ].38 Triihv A ( n'n Rub-DIv 10\\1.. of Nt\' '4 of NO44 11 7 22 JO

I IN& S In NW of NHV4 of VE'4 28 6 22 Emma Huahu 272 IIE'4 ofo1W%, 16 7 U 40 .
I SW'oI IIf Lots 2. t or N'$ of Blk f W'. of SW'4 & NE'4 or $11)t,
NW\4 21 6 22
.r .20 ft N of IoE"f Mrs. Alma Hough 2.31 85.! Llvlna-atnn Trnhv ..M .. ,. ., RE4. 18 7 22 120 ,
A Cn's. NW'. of &
t SW'4 of Kuli-PIv of NC'of < 0"" N114 N" 'Lf ,
11 315 ft. W W'4 218 NRV. 28 8 22 Alfred ]1,.. nu 476 NW'. & s'1.'f' IIf SW''.. '
Lot 3 of nik & NW\.4\ of
IJ6 ft, E 210 rtK 41 I.'vl.-' NEV. 18 1 22 120
ex I tat 60 tty ton Triihv & (" 0'" 5nb- N'4,, of NE'4 of NE'4' 17 7 U 10 :
Dlv of VR: of NR<4 28 8 22 Damon Dell 242
A 115 rt E & W'4 nf Hlk 47 Llvlrnrston I a4: of NW's:i of NF4. g T 27 g
8E .
6 22 N'rt of 7 22 :
EC' aU Triihv fx (Cn's Sub- '
20 Octavia EI1t'rBon 5.39
1 % HI. Hhi
Cnr of I. of <<
Emma 17 7 2:1: 40
huge. :
HIV of NF /, nf NRI4' 28 8 22 231 .
trait of land for- Lot. D A all Lot 1 N' of Hf:'. .1 II A In <<
nr ned by p '. NF: ('or &
( N POl' ft of Blk 1. I.lv- ex H 3011 ft '
sine In N''J of ', _, lnir.tnn. Truhv A Co's W of fly 10 7 22 67 I
.f '
PW'4 V'1ofaI 1 Alot In
lying N flW
Addition to Starke 28 6 22 L. J Orten 543
a Slacks 6 22 '. Cnr .f NE'4 uf !H'4 I.f .
Lots 4. 5 nf
B1K LlvImrwfnn.
ft12 AU 1 -
8w ('or 1 wm.: Hall 5.12 1 SF'" 10 7 22 .
Trnhv '
0' land ('rim at IOE Cor of M.r
formerly J. W. Edward| IIIII.
4, Addition to Starke 58 6 22 4 46
by P 1' run \V 880 ft. N HI! .
Oood- P
.Nli.. .., f.n' & All J '. I :
run D'nn_ '. for a pt of hi.Ih.nr..; : '
6''li; : :
J tide of! M' ld-i land ,, 6. k 2. LlvInAetnne run F: Inft ft, N los fl.I '
; Trllhv II (0'
IS Cur' of W 105 fl, H lOG ft tobrg'
< land Sarah Addition 1(1 Stark, 28 6 22 MN J. m. Wpaon,3@I '
| 8 19
1 22
Lots 4. 5. 8, 7. A. 'I 10
All Lola 17.
font 105 yds to a 11. 12. 13, 14 01'TIIk U, 10 20cx
thence NW to beir s I lot 411 It F: & WIv34'4ftN&NInSW
111. TJvingetnn. TruhYI ,
IF", of .
8W4! Tern- t I /
JMIO 21 n to J. lL Addison c'or of tat' 20 19 1 22
EUly 8 23 ( 20.51I.lvIIIII'
Starke 2$ 6 23
I" of Wit ;;13' Unknown 7.22 : N\ooJ "f NF4. 0'11' : flWI4 or
fk 4 8 of R 2 W :, .. T.nte I. 2 3 or Rlk 11. NF':"4 e" road & NV IIr
a "ton. Truhv &
: r2
,,,8 line of IIW'4: Cp's' Alrlltlon to Rlark. rtl: ht NWT4 ex A
see 'ne I3S
21 20 7 22
crossesin. T, So WillIam. 122oll 7
2$ 6 22 ,
n N parallel) with N'4; of flE% ex 2 A In .
L 12. 13. 1of TIIk 11.iJvingeton '
I .
'4 ft for a pt : HW ( .r 20 7 22 78 /
,, T rub ,
I y Lat 4 HlIh.nlv
thence W4of *"
ft. w at RtRrkp 01Jyfl' ArpenwaIJ 1048
angler f, CO' AAdlllnn 10 28 6 NW'ex 1 lot In
ii to said N' of laP 2, 13 k all
160 ft N c'or 87 ft F & W
J 18'-2 ft t'\ 3. 12 lit R'" (If 4. 11 i 1rf
4 tt 8, JJ8 ft hy 13H ft N & 1:1: 211 7 za 4
J of Deg 2J' Ilik 13. Llvlnll'Mton, "F'4 of NF'/ 21 7 U fO

11 of Fllk 2. Pine. 22 tip' T. Murrhe 4 82 Trllhv lit Co'e Addition W. T. Weeks 14.23 NW''4 .f NW14 21 7 22 fO '
29 8 22 W' t of NW44 .f RWI.:11! 7 22 all /
Dpvtlnpment Lott': f.lak
21 8 22 0)r JIIk iJy-. It '
1 '
1 of NE'4' of Blk Maude Walnwrlgfct 704 f1 of NWI. of IIW'4I! 21 1 U 20 l
? In..ton. Truhv Co'. 40
J. C. Terrell Agt 13.6 3 N'rh.y4of ofAW NW14of 7 22 ( ( "
fXWVB,2 lk !' :8. 22 : 2211 20
'} Lnf.id t4; oStarke ; SW4. T 22 I
i 5 lit. 8. N% % of N.4 22 7 22 fll
t V.E *I 1 Lot II or Yolk 17.. 1.lvlnll'"tlln, NW'of' NW'4' 211 7 22 40 '
t81k IN N Efor 322 8 22 TruhvI, ( 0)'a Addition e NF4 of NF1x 14 "
2 Rebaner Clark 3.02 /
all Ik Frau to Starke Rlk28 8 22 J. P. RODerU 7iota / N o f public: road AU 7 22 24 <<

I N or of E'i 11. 12. 13. H of All 14W%'111 NW, S '
freer sold It 3 E 23. 1.lvlnll'"lon. Trilby & By cx In NW (:or f29 7 22 30
man to N I>! Cob Add I 111 on 102 N"J' of folk 4 In Hampton 30 7 U
belnl549'' 449
,8 9e ft IiIlarkp 8 8 22 "m. C. Prather L"t. 1. 9 uf Dlk 11 In

'ne W being all I.t.. II.II. of RIk 2. DavlB Hampton 80 7 22
or Fl line : II Truhy'" Addition to : :
3L1 t :of' N\VV. & Iolarkp 28 e 22 M. F. Drown L8111k A Lot 1& W 2n tt o f !.fit :

QrRS2E4 IIf Elk 1 ,." .. I... If. 14 If 2 hOIk 29 Ftlantone : :
8' o f ..r 'x DnvicIA TrubybAdd AII to Hampton :
2. .8 7 22
Ilk! ? 18.n
E 2 J of 10 I'Itllrkp 28 8 22 Ceo, D. Flynn tote 7. 9. 9. 10 of Elk l '

Temples Sub- ,I: !-,.; Vx.'. SN tint Lnts7,9Ap11 No In HJnnton. Add loa !

d '22 6 23 lists 9. 10 "f Rlk 11, N. lIam"on 3G 1 22
". >* the? E & ," ..' ? 10 1 ; Mr*. Grace Ford 908 :r :Jones Addition 10 Loan All that certain piece .f
e "I 010 1 J: ..:. '" "'Iarke 28 8:3 110m. Ian" lying between fl..or'N1'Jl.aj i.
561 I
In Ho IawteS, Duhlte ... I; ;;,1. r Corp. N& :". &
r.n known .' tat 1 of IUk (" N. J. Icy NWt4 7 22 3
Jo '
Thrower Iv Jr.nee Add I t Ion to U.t.. 1. 2. I. 4. II of Jllk
p.rIY""f or' f I D h2 A In '.. .'. RfArke 28 e:2 Unknown 3nTpmplPB .. U".. ._.'._...h.. "',..U... 0'0_
NW 4. of f'" A d d II i t Ion to Hampton 311 7 22

.NW r, 6 22 \ Rlarkp--211 A 22' SW', "f NWI4 30 7 22 411
4 & )' of a1yt423 11 Mr. Grace Ford 884 L ott, I. 2. 3 4.: R 3'1 ft SK'i of NWit a" 7 22 40
of of run 8 10 yde. t 7 In "f Lot ., Hlk 9 28 8 :2. R. no Johns 115.11 RWt' of "I;', Sit 7 22 40

.; I Deg. thence 14 of I1lk 12 28 6 U I.. 3. Green J9.31 All W'i IySli' of AW4433'
Lola 13.
'. fJ'\ 1'1 1110 22 C. A, Futrll 8 59 W of 1 22 7
10 t S of J1Jk 14 2S 8 of
,"und'.d ft '; Iota 4. 297 HW'4 NE'4 .x /Ann
N by Lot 3 of Elk 18 28 8 22 I. O. J'revatt K side A SE'4 <>f '
' C. A. 'uteh NW>4NW AI, T 22 77
28 6 22
8 I1Ik 23 LT1ot .
NEl4 of :NE'4 Ie 22 Aaron Holley & wife 3.6S Lot 7 eof 22 Unknown ., nf SW'4 81 7 2:1: 40 '
S"o F1t'l4 of L 8 nf ltIk 27 :8. HW!, of HW%' 3J 7 22 40
Of Lnr U, If rf, Rlk 25.J'p.k' NWV of HK'4: & W'4 Of

NEV of' NE'. of 23 8 22 11 Della Rlgdon 4.19 A oJ 01 I t Ion to 28 6 22 D. F.. KnlaM 2.01 KS of HE>4 U 7 22 .0
Starke NS of NS of NF-'. A
NEt4 of NEt 22 ,8 22 S Unknown 3.27 Lot II of ltIk sa, I't't'kAoI.lltlon 22 P. E. 'Knf.1 1.38 N'; of Nf.'' of NWi 31 1 22 AO
U to Rark", 28 II NW''- '.f NWU aa 1 22 fll : :;: : ; ':

3 of AWy0nft SEI' u 8 22 13 8. R. John 4 S3 LC1.1. "f Hlk 2'. Ppt'k.dlIIl"n 22 P. E. K..I.rht. 1'21 NE'4' of HK'4 ex N 400 ft 34 1 2:4: 28 .
w of 8'o', } ,\ to'I.ark./ ". .28' Com at NW Cor JnOf NK'4:
Lots A. 1. II "f HI k ( niB.Inll' DI' P. A. Drln.on 5.11 of f:' H 315
BW'4' of NEI,. of22 20 SR' John 608 Ad roily !'ark ," W to beg
r !I\\4 of RSV 22 < 22 ."r.-<1 William I 212 C'. Addition to Starke 28 22: ]..08Lo' -20 A of NE t.

of /;"4 of SEof, 23 8 22 10 Harry Stern 1.82 Lot 6 of IUk U 2 of 28' 22 Don I. Hoover ex I.".3 6 A A In In NB HW Cor Cor-Me : : ;: I :

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; doesn't get Sousa mixed up with r Baptist W. M. S. Circles Woodmen Circle Has :Mrs. ul:81': 1'0811slsted
Ii I SOCIETY and CLUBS Susle-Q Entertained Last .Week Business Meeting Tuesday lug and serving the In !II :

:. Scene: The Printing Office Those invited &ue.t" t\
Woman'!I Starke Grove No. 278 held to
the ,
2:30: o'clock Tuesday afternoon Circle No. 1 of a IIghtful affair enjoy th1a

\ii-ss Etholine' White Rev.j and Airs. A. E. Lightfoot Lawson Children Honored The phone rings frantically':Missionary Society, of the Baptist -, short business session: 'Tuesday Joan Smith, With onn. .

.. Sunday Became Bride Hosts At Supper PartyThe At Birthday Party The editor answers At Church met Monday after night and with'with.Mrs all. officers Eunice present: Clair, Turley. J RIchard 111I and IJdil a
the other end of the wire One noon at 3:30: o'clock at the sum- Wilson I I don, Margaret

,. i Of Walter Savage Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Charles, Julia Ellene, Agnes, Wiggins gasps, "Hey, Gene? 1 mer home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A., presiding. Its and Nancy Rose DuntaD, h'!

..!Th.: ::1' foot were hosts Monday night and Bud Lawson were honored What's pinafore?" After Knight on Kingsley Lake. Two applications' for membership Smith, George Knight, 'l'O.3
: Minn EthoHne White. daughter I and
: of Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White, when they entertained, honoring I guests Tuesday afternoon from L being told that it was "some sort |I Mrs. L. G. Powell leader pre' were accepted.The Vllda and Joy Moore Levy ,

: : : and Charles Walter Savage. son Mrs. G. W. Alderman and her four until six o'clock when their of apron or something" that us sided over the business meeting. National President, Mrs, Epperson, Madeline ri
: house at a delightful informal mother, Mrs. H. A. Lawson, entertained dresses, One Dora A. Williams, and .
.. Of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Savage guests gals wear over our I During the social hour delicious Talley, expressed her Marian ,
.b :: ; of Lake Butler were quietly supper party out on the in celebration of their said, "Thanks. Just wanted to II I i refreshments of home made ice appreciation for the splendid Harrington, Billie and and'

married Sunday morning at nine lawn. birthday anniversaries settle a little argument we're I cream and cake were served by work of the Starke Grove and I Manning, Carol LYIJn _
4. L o'clock. August 11, In the First The guests met at seven-thirty Upon arrival the young folk having around here" Ye, the hostess. the :number of members who are Ann andLamarr Linda Jahns. I ,

t# :' i Methodist Church. In the presence o'clock and cooked hamburgers: were served punch from the large Gods Mult' be the August I Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brown-, planning to attend the National L Johns, JUdy Sanilll
.:. ; of relatives of the contracting around an open fire. punch bowl which was placed on i !heat lee leader met Monday morningat Institute of the 60th Anniversaryof ence Brown, RObert Gre

j :: 4 i parties. The ring ceremony was Those present with Mr. and a table on the lawn. Trailing Co-Ed Class Nite was a sort 9:30: o'clock with Mrs. A. E. the society la Omaha Nebr., Jr, Joe Wilkins, T. AleXil 1 g, C?
performed by the pastor, the Rev. Mrs. Lightfoot were: Mrs. S.. P. vines were artistically placed I of sheep and wolf (or however Lightfoot at the parsonage for an next June. III. Edwin Perkins, Mca
Vandlvlere and son, Pitner, of around the bowl. Priest Eh.
H. A. Spencer. that story goes) affair. That- i aU day meeting. At. the close of the meeting..the Bobbie Wiggins
Maxwell Field Ala. Mrs. Cora I ,
The chancel of the church was During the afternoon many I tis: rain interfered for three j I The members spent the morning hostesses, Mrs. Lola Mayes, Mrs. Jeanette In1J8l1] ,
Marshburn and
daughters Betty leu
r 4j Y.; j simply decorated with pink and novel games were enjoyed by the weeks straight, then when It fin- sewing for the local people In Emily Denmark and ?Mrs.: Vergle Harrell S y I v I a Alvarer
of Tallahassee
and Mona Clair. Charles. ,
bonorees and their guests. ally did happen las' Friday night, and
:. white asters, gladioli and potted Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman need. Barksdale invited the membersto Agnes LaWSon.
.. ..,. plants. The bride who was un- and children, and Mr. and Mm. Those assisting Mrs. Lawson I 'Twas a slender response the pub-I i I At twelve o'cioc* a covered play Chinese checkers. High''
attended, was! lovely in her wed- Lewis Strickland of Baltimore In entertaining were: Mrs. Nelson He made Total receipts for I j, dish luncheon was enjoyed. The I prize winners were Miss Dorothy Chief Back On Job

.. .' din i g dress of torquolseblue I Md., Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Green Mrs. Julia Eastman Coca-Colas: one t'in dime {I guests were seated informally at, I{ Manning, Mrs. Maude Andrews,,S

1S.I; trimmed with handsome Merry Beth Knight. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Otaata The up-comln' tennis tournament ,I the long dining table, which was and Mrs. Vonda Inman. Each Chief A. L. Alvarez, Who
: r matching lace, her accessories Green, and Elizabeth Lawson. should be a wowy occasion I j i I centered with an attractive arrangement -S received a lovely handkerchief. ginning July 24, enjoYed ,,
: and her flowers it'll\ take place the 26th, 27th, : day vacation I
were of white Tuesday night Mr. Aldermanand The birthday cake Iced In pink: of summer flowers Following the games the host- from bls .
were a corsage of exquisite white her guests were entertainedby and decorated in green and white 28th, 29th, of August If you I'! Following luncheon Mrs. BrownS S ess served brick Ice cream S job grInd of, returned AuguSt a to

j1( .'; :W '.1 Killarney rose, Mr. and Mrs L. A. Canova, held twenty-two candles, the combined wanta show your Don Budge posS lee presided over the regular S angel food cake. Mints were andS he "feels Chlef-ofPollce. He

.t ., : The bride was graduated from who also were hosts at a supper ages of the honorees, which slbillties therein, 'better get reg- business and program meeting. the tables. result like a new 1l18n" "

'i .: the Bradford County high school party on the lawn of their home I are: Charles, eight years; Julia' istered before the 23rd i[ The leader also led the devotional Mrs. Inman, district off of his short.but-lWet b
.. 1 and for the past several years on 8th Street. Following supper Ellen, six; Agnes, five; and Bud, 'Nother knot: Etholin White and S service, calling on each memberto manager, last week. However,

I.-.,. :,*... has been secretary in the office the guests were entertained informally three. The cake was placed on Walter Savage this week read a familiar scripture verse. manager and Miss of Amy central Moore Florida, district didn't go up to see bls sister
:: (It the County Demonstration the lawn table, which was covered unnerstand she doesn't approveof Mrs. Brownlee closed the devotion was Mississippi, as he hM bope

Agent. Mr. Savage was graduated with a white linen cloth, and too much to-do about it, so with a beautiful poem, "How present do. E. M. Gnann pnch.hl| ,

;ML: from the Lake Butler high Lawtey Baptist W. M. U. decorated with greenery. don't teller I toldya To Be Happy Each Day." All members of the order are Mr. Alvarez.

: school, and is employed as a Those invited to, enjoy this Football practice began Theeell Mrs. A. M. Darby, president of urged to attend the next meeting

M builder and painter.Immediately Met At Church Aucust-- 8 love lv affaIr were- T/loll- and .! nt mts the bovs are the organization led the members which will be an initiation. Offleers I TJIREE.IINUTERELI: ):

... after the cere- The Baptist Woman's Mission.. Martha Landrum, Wayne Douglas, jolly-nuts about the subject i' In an Inspiring prayer service. practice will be held Monday }

mony the young couple left for ary Union of Lawtey met at the, Joan Silcox, Edna Coleman, and about Coach Stevens too, I During the business meeting night at 8 o'clock. Three minutes after you

_ ,: a short wedding trip and when church there Thursday 0 f last Madge Brownlee. Joan Dinklns from all appearances (He'ssingle plans were made to' finish paying Blsma-Rex to relieve. acid.IMI:
they return here will be at home week for the monthly business;I Tommy Edwards, Mary Louise girls) I for the plumbing in the new Educational Birthday Party Honors ion, you will feel beltel, BI''

to their friends. and program meeting. Mrs. A. Libby, Charles Lacy Jenkins, Elaine Edwards says she's going S Building. Conner Children Saturday Rex goes to work prompUH
A. Annla president of the Law.: I Carolyn and Katherine Colson, to buy a rifle that'll hold I Mrs. T. K. McClane, Sr., who l keeps right on working for p

Edward C. Wainwright tey Baptist W. M. U.. presidedover I Edwin Perkins, Edward Priest, j fifteen buck-sho t. .. what's was welcomed into the circle asa Mrs. G. C Conner entertained four longed relief. BIHmaR J

!Marriage Solemnized the meeting while Mrs. H. Kaspar Duncan, Pitner Vandl-', more, the gal ain't jokin she new member, closed the meeting Saturday afternoon in her home, t ion. ways to relieve acld-lnJla,
B. Arwood had charge of the pro: vlere Bruce Alderman, Dan and ]has the "get ready" craze I| with prayer. the occasion being the sixteenth Buy a bottle of 50 dow
In' Shreveport, Louisiana Van Priest James Mathews i I About nine members and one lOc at the Rexall
gram. The subject for the after. don't blame you, with a guy like i' I birthday anniversary of her son : Drug Slow
The friends of Edward noon was "How Firm The Foun, Oleta, Harry and Phoebe Green, Adolf just across the ocean I'vIsitor, were present to enjoy this Howard, and the thirteenth birthday Carpenter's Drug Store |In sutflHK \ \
many Lewis all
and Wallace Wise Vilda day meeting. of her
C. Wainwright of Lawtey will be dation. Moore, Mary Sue Epperson, Riddle: How was the one-hoss i I I Mrs. R. L. Kemp entertained daughter, Velma. '\'
shay like Robert Jackson's modelT Outdoor were The City I "lIlIrll
interested to learn of his marriage games enjoyed met ADC
Norma Canova and Peggy Ann members of Circle No. 3 at her 13th, 1440 at Stark,, ,
_ _ to Miss Mary Frances Miss Gladys Johnson and Bobby Wiggins. Ford ? Answer: The latter Is'' home Monday afternoon at 3:30: until 6 o'clock when the guests rev I". the reglntratlon,, bmki.
to meet It's end like tha I were invited into the the City nt Starke,
__ Cashman June 20, in Shreveport Returns From Camp going o'clock. dining room_ the following PlurUi, i
La. former Twon't faster I I I where they found two name H were nrkN
go any large from the book fur
W. S. C. S. Will Meet I Mrs. H. L. Hough leader, con- the nu
than ten he but he I' birthday cakes trimmed In Mated. The Council,
Mrs. Wainwright was formerlyof Miss Gladys Johnson returned L mph, says ducted the green will U
S S meeting and trans- Bouillon on the
201?h ,
Oakdale La. She is a graduate recently after spending eleven The Woman's Society of Christian all-same escapes anything that acted all business routine. and lighted with blue candles. iruat 1940, at 8 o'clock day P.oM V

nurse a graduate of Trl-State ,I days in Tallahassee. She spent Service will meet at the wants to chase him into wilder-I'I| During the social hour Mrs. Refreshment. of lemonade and any bear-name complaint that If have any and roe'
the first eight councillor ness he knows 'Is ruts, cake were served. beta err>
days as

______ Hoipltal Shreveport at which Methodist Church Monday after- Kemp served her guests a delicious ously Htrlcken.
_ -institution she has served as) In a boys and girls camp at noon at 3:30: o'clock. The pro- brushes pursuers off on pine trees' refreshment course. Mrs. Conner was assisted in Capo Dover, ,John Mr,. M-Dead.

Supervisor for several years. Orchard Pond, conducted by the gram will be directed by Miss The Young Matrons' Circle met looking after the young guestsby Durden, A. A lIlaryD.ad.-Dead.

Mr. Wainwright Is the son of Children's Bible Mission of St. Olive Ray. and the subject will be Lola Ritch is another one who Monday night at the Knabb cot- :Mrs. W. O. Collins. Dampler moved., Mm. Rhoda Z..

T. L. Walnkright and was a Petersburg.Miss "Prominent Jews who have done claims ta-be allergic to print but tage on KIngsley Lake with Mrs. Those enjoying the afternoonwith Dampier, K. C-Rrmovtl
graduate of the Lawtey Junior Johnson was a councillorin Outstanding Work In America." if thas the case she shouldn't Orie Wiggins and Mrs. Hubert the honoree were: Mrs. Nelson Flake, !Mr\ ,. J.-Removed.
Orlffli. A.
High School and of the Bradford a slmlllar camp last year held The business session will be presided have such a cute youngun as her Priest as co-hostess. Green Mrs. C. Strickland, Goodman, Mm. Rosa..-Oil
___ .' County High School In the class at Ocean Pond near Lake City, over by the president. Mrs. and Ham's year-old John He The members met at six o'clock Mrs. Acy Nettles, Miss Ruby Jacknon Johnson, W N.-Dead.

I ______ 'of .1935. In the fall of 1935 Edwar,1 and has been selected from a W. E. Middleton. Those attend- leads 'em a dog's life, out at and enjoyed a swim in the lake I Ricks Oleta Green, Gladloe Gil- Klnlaw,, D.NeRHby.-Dead.C.-Dead.

enrolled In the Civilian large number of Christian leadersto t ing this meeting are requested to their KIngsley Lake place, but after which they were entertainedat Hard, Ruby Green, Boncile ,Barefoot Keene, N. J.-Removed.
return next year, probably to bring they luv-lt he's too cute for Bcotsie Jordan, Ormond, J. E.-Removed.
Conservation Corps and attended Upper Rooms,. World Out- a delightful Informal supper Imogene Orraond, Mrs. J. E.-Rune
: Radio School, Camp Beauregard. fill a higher position. looks, and other Christian literature his own good .healthy brat, 'party. Nettles, Edward Ricks One Collins Pace, C K.-Dead
The last three days she visited too. Homer and Willie Fender, C. ('Removed.
which will be | O'Nell.
La. where he was awarded a sent to the Following supper, Mrs. L. A. HlKdon, C F.-Dead.
I certificate July 10, 1937. Janu- with friends In' Tallahassee who Rev. Leslie A. Shepherd. chaplainat Starke's day switch-board op-1 I Canova, leader, presided over the Phoebe Green, Alice Jackson Smith, Mr... a.atrlre-Dea.

ary 4, 1938, he enlisted as a private were also connected with the the State Farm, to be used by erator, Lois Johns, has a. delightful business meeting. Harry Green, Joe Ricks, Herman Wehle,W.E.M.\ J.-EDWARDS Removed' I .,

_________ in the Army Air Corps and camp. I the prisoners. sensayuma her per-I 1 I. Conner. Chairman, City Council
astnn_ ___ _If ttf'a_ oTvrmaltn'i, amu alA. .. Starke, Florl
served as Chief Radio Operator n # -rr------ -T Methodist Intermediates TTEST:
.at Barksdale Field, La. for several of day, though .i She has a Norma CanovaHonored CARL JOHNS,
months before enrolling in Carolyn Callstreet smart dome -on' hflf" .too-" 'Bet Enjoy Social Friday With Birthday Party S City. Clerk

the Air Corps Technical School, she hears more good ones than I
Chanute Field III. where he Winchell .. But.she won't talk Members of the Intermediate Norma Canova l
received Department attractive little Furniture
(dog-gone it) '. of the Methodist Repair'miMr
a diploma as a Radio Re- Hl-ya, everybody mall I came across this literary League enjoyed a delightful four year oM daughter of Mr. 'I
pairer and Operator.A 'Mus be eomethln' In the air masterpiece from Post-Office is practically built on the party and Mrs. P. E. Canova, Jr., was : And III'flnlbin
one of his ex- at the rate It's the home of Mrs.
short time ago Mr. Wainwright around here Mrs. Long and cohorts. in the National Guard Unca Sam, don't going now L. F. Smith last Friday night. the honored guest last Friday ill: Low Trim An

passed a competitive examination sis pedcllin' a cycle, to say no- (postmark was Alexandria, La.) and don't forget stop that now I' Games and folk dances were ,: ,afternoon from four until six o'-
for admission to the thin' of Evelyn and Marjorie "Dearest Lover Willie: Just /swing room" new enjoyed, following which Mrs. :| clock when her mother entertained Guariintnil'
Army Air Corps as a commissioned -I Stump, and Mrs. V. S. St. John a card to let you know that you promised to Smith served delicious ( in celebration of her birthday -
your include in refresh
the new P. O.! I Just i'hona
; officer and on August 1 regular bicycle brigades big mouth Is being missed in this I "Lillian RuHsell" ments. anniversary.
he began training as a Second'' lately 'guess! they figure Louisiana MUD, and I do mean bill-boards for Is gracing the i Those attending the party were: The young honoree greeted her -52-
'while Sunday and Monday -
Lieutenant. lie will be' located they're sweatln' anyway, MUD. Mississippi Is a sand hill I 'Think I read Lyle Anderson, Freddie Wimberly, guests wearing a pink taffeta Hartman
at Dallas Texas for three months' they might-as-well dolt In a big compared to this hole. Mud is i that Alice somewhere Barbara Keen, Wanda Pearce party dress, which was trimmed Eddie:

,r elementary flight training be- (way whole hog or none, says neck deep in most places and tion was to Fay's Imitate greatest the ambi- Merry Beth Knight, Garnlta Hut., i in blue. Completing her outfit I

fore going to San Antonio, ,I. .. now-a-days we take the other depths in other places so be the ,work great LII to, Marjorie Davis Ida Lula was a hair ribbon, matching the
may of P.
Texas to complete his aviation .i'bull by the horns clear down to don't you cry too much about A., though a i Davis, Frances Colley', Shirley| ,trimming of her dress.

''r course. Mrs. Wainwright will \him scalp missing this camp. Notice In one Camp Standing is being fenced'in Colley, Comer Ferryman, Olin I The young folk were entertained IiIuitJtmfM

accompany him to Dallas and Speak of bulls and belles of these western papers that a that's a good Idea White, Jr., Patsy Keen, Virginia \ on the lawn During a
San Antonio. Ruth Sternberg was scared by a bank In Wiggins was robbed. but Sewell, Bonnie Jean Hawkins [' I guessing game Joan Smith was
hope they allow for ,
cow who wall scared of her, Well, your and Flash's names I of gates so> the soldiers can plenty ,i James Edward Cottrell, Leonard ,awarded a miniature umbrella L k

Baptist W. M.\ S. To Meet I. e., Ruth was waiting just outside were the first mentioned, beingsthe out. get Smith Jr., Steve Weldon, Jr., I and Tommy Smith was presentedwith

her cattle gap at their lake men were In a '40 Dodge and Snooze-of-the-week: Edward I Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. S. A. Weldon a pop gun.

The Baptist W. M. S. will meet cottage the other day for a tennis answered to your descriptions. Burns decided to take a little I I Jack! Virginia, and Dale At five thirty o'clock refresh- II your finl name U ODe of tie

Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock partner and ride In town Bob Long said to tell you to take on the front porch of his Kings-nap Little and Billy and Tommy ]ments of punch Individual cakes hundred moat popular holnl"
at the church for the business when all-uva-sudden a cow one/ for him. Crews said good ley Lake cottage about 9 o'clock Smith. I I iced in pink and blue, and ice lint name on our Ult?,Ton***

meeting. Circle No. 2 will have [emerged from yonder bushes _. bye. Struth said hello. Dennis totter night When he woke I By Publicity Chairman, 4 cream were served. The birth tanat. That? maClld you caD lin
charge of the' program. I every time she stepped out from said XXXXXX (censored). SamA. up It was 6 o'clock the next -Lyle Anderson. ,day cake which repeated the

the cattle gap the cow stepped a said to go to (censored). morning and he was still I 4 color scheme of pink, blue and GENUINE ENGRAVED
little more in her direction and Walker said his pants are fully Raiford white, was topped with ilattonttr
Money Every Week sorry dressed Just think how nice, W. M. S. Circle four pcnoaal namt
If lomethlnff hould happen every time Ruth ran behind the (they don't keep him dry), Kelly wakin' up In the mornin' and Met Wednesday 1 burning birthday candles, and at the low.il? coil la Uf
to gap again for safety, the cow aid let's turn a few, ole fellow. Afternoon was placed at one end of tt
you your family would not flAVlnc to *rr nhl.. rrt nut IM\I.. the lot*, 3S ib**<* mi
i till And need$10 money every every week,week.for I forgot about the whole thing Shepherd said tell his girl hello 'j clothes I on- .--. -.----'- -- r-- "--' I Ralford W M. U. Circle No.. ]long table. Balancing this arrangement matching envelope.onlfJl

twenty more, thirty wouhi' help fifty to weeksor give .some. neat foot-work I unnerstand as and a don't token worry.of his he'll love.get Dobbs Hitler tent Revivalists at the holy-roller 2 met with Mrs. J. M. Bradley I bowl I placed was at the a opposite large punch end. ._______________
your wife and meetln' out by Bishop's took Wednesday afternoon o'clock ".
family the at 2 .
things they would' need, Powell Carpenter has rats In said I beg your pardon. Malone a crack at the city's moral code at the State Farm. : ]Dainty maiden-hair fern, sur Stop la and examine aa M*

while they made plan to his drawers Drug store said nothing-you know him. Tell) Tuesday night tell I I The rounded the ,punch bowl. Completing line ol ngnrred itaH "They meeting
earn a living In the us was
year. drawers ; opened by,
I mean-In Ruth I
which he the
Sternberg hello and that '' table
ahead. Auk about our weekly we must shut down our loudspeaker 'reading the 11th arrangements '1.00 boms.
I Chapter
Income plan today keeps his pills and so forth we would like to have a dance at 9 o'clock and Bible Luke p I, was a crystal bowl holding pink
Liberty National One of the monsters gnawed when we home \ they al-I questions were studied.| I rose buds. r
Life get which will leged, "but they let the devll'i'' New officers will Favors for the afternoon -
Insurance Co. through a half-Inch thickness of probably be Thursday, 22." be elected i ,
Aug. shindigs go on far into the night" for the year at the I were balloons and stick BRADFORD COUSTYfELEGIUPIi
J. T. Kirkland, J r.. Agent wood in a night Upon view- 'Swunderful to think that a little Couldn't mean our !I Eight members next meeting candy.
I.. O. Box; 243 Starke Fla Ing the damage A. W. Anderson jook and two visitors Mrs.
paint does as much for a joints, could they . |I were present, including | R. o. Kldd, Mrs. Orie "'""",
smot-cracked: "You" ain't got rats, house as It does for us gals Frank Landrum and Tuck !I Shaw, Mrs. B. C. Prince: Mrs.Mrs. F. Wiggins, Nina Bishop Betty Ann Phone 29

you Powell got beavers! Witness the Perryman domicile Tucker have got It. .. The golf'''Her hfleld. Mrs. W Malone, Mrs B., ]Flynn, and Paul Canova Jr., as- I Ir1

pulls another rat tale: Never realized how beautifulIt bug, I mean Unnerstand P. S. Crews, Mra. J. M. t
HERE* TO : Seems that Jerry Moore leaves was until it blossomed out recently (they're already shootin1 In the Mrs. G. Mills. Mrs. Whiddon Bradley,

THEIR HEALTH three Tlmes-Unloos under the with a new coat of white j,low ISO's More power to you, Knight, and Miss Mrs. ?1
door every morning for the drug and Ruby Jewel Hospital Insurance.
I. M.MI41TMV green It's colonial, high- boys Anything to help .Thornton.
store to sell Tother
ayem off-the-ground architecture Is streamline The
a those figures next
A pint of milk daily supplies I two Powell papers came.down. He and though found only he'd perfect reminder of the Old South Hear Telfair Long hasn't had I, the home of Mrs.meeting A. W.will Bates.be at We Write It-A Liberal Policy ByLine An Ok

almost the entire calcium requirements Somehow you expect to seea a bath (except the mud variety) I
; I of an adult. It takes I been the soda robbed fountain until lookln he back of goateed Southern Colonel sip- since be left for the Louisiana :Mrs. E. E. Canova CompanyThe
nearly 20 servings of vegetable I saw themissin' ping a mint julep on the front National Guard maneuvers .
I to equal It. T. U.vIth a corner porch But you never do Well, maybe I am exaggerating Entertains For Sons Pennsylvania Casualty Company

l\IILK-the key to health. It chawed rats off Evidently the Oh. Heavens no! [just a little But he did write Mra. E. E.
wanna keep with the Canova
supplies vitamin and proteins l I up Understand that Olive Rumpel. home to that effect a week after lat entertained Please Details -
news, concerning their close relative Sunday at a Phone 146 For
from nature' richest. source smaller half of our his departure > Between hard at her family dinner
-Hitler .- doubleteamS summer home
also necessary minerals and f.t"I C. of C. secretariat, poetry work and stormy weather, seems I Lake, on KIngsley
If I honoring
? OUR to build strength and vitality. could go wore for Abbie pants Harley methinks with I So does Edith Rowe he See just didn't have a chance L. A, Canova of two Starke of her and sons J., _HAROLD C. WALL Ageggj
pure wholenome'milk 1 Is my only fan mall this
a her Maybe those two should get together week J. Canova
perfect d-eerve new long bob Notice that Is Gainesville, who
It daily. Marjorie Colley has also joined some time Always felt prompted 'curiosity, dug- celebrated their
it ,. birthday ann 1-
gone Quote tha
i Raven
the bobbed '* that what Starke needed was a : versaries at
: PETERSON'SSUPREME brigade The hotweather1 this time.
!! get all the long-haired little high class poetry How's "Carolyn: > Dinner was served from i SLIGHTLY USED.. RADIOS
MILK & CREAM about "I wonder: Who that tall dark the I .
holdouts eventually I a contribution gals? long dining table which
and !
Phone 174 For Pellvery<< Snoopln' through Bill Graham'sFUNERAL Come on and help keep yourAunt Candy handsome Dennis' car feller(while driving Candy'sat I I with simply but attractively decorated was j ON SPECIAL SALE!
Carolyn from to
having arrangement
war in La.) U?" of summer Model
tt. overwork her brain during this r flowers. Several Battery And Electric

DIRECTOR August ,heat wave ,. -no Big. Those enjoying this I
My Many Tears Experience Make Sorry -hafta admit I lovely occasion Available
It Possible for Ms to Reader with Mrs.
Howya Sousa Stump (formerly dunno Canova
i that's : )
Marjorie) 1 .' : She's directIng curiosity to a A. Canova and
mean point ,. .
MODERATE PRICES'DeWITT the B. H. S. band family; Mr. and Mrs.,
you.know. letcha know next J. J. Can-
:week .
,C. JONES, until .school open up at Altha So long See you in the F.ova and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stern's GarageSpecial -

Ft p SUrke Florida Doing a very good job of it sweet byn'by .. .. A. Canova and : -I too, I hear Here's hoping she Gainesville; and Mr._ and Mrs. G. !
Carolyn. 1. Aerials
Fatten of Tallahassee. Sale On Doublet Radio



4 4pGL'5T

16, 1940
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-- of LOCAL NEWS Mr. S. C. Carnell and
. NYA Now Includes
Gene and Corbin. of Ormond are School Finances Advertising The Builder .
-------- guests of Mrs. Carnell's
---- = 17-Year-OId
parents, Group
Of recent- years It has been tile
SUlley la visiting Mr, an Mrs. among
Letie Jacksonville A. Z. Hall and were accompanied by Mr. Carnell Authority ha* been receive.
were ,
guests last
Jacksonville Fri daughter of Orlando Present Problem to question the value of advertis
were guests who spent from Washington headquarters t<
of Sunday and
day Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Sunday of his brother and sister- here. Monday extend the work program of th ing. The question is easily an- I

Jr ;pent Satfternoon in-law, Mr. and Mrs. swered.
? H. Hall. National Youth Administration f Ir
Anderson '
:Miss Edna Hutto of Stale Stops Practice -
Jacksonville Jackson-
hr Bradford County to Include yout?' Nothing In the world sells until
ville was the guest Sunday of her Mrs. Mattie Foster and :Marguerite's Shoppe, has' reduced workers between the ares of 1"7 Of Transferring Funds) It Is known. No successful com-
see us.qty parents, :Mr. and Mrs. L. S, of St. party prices TA., Loans Hutto. Petersburg en route to the and summer drone and 18 years, Kenneth W. Baber Among Districts way
Corporation, Phone mountains of N. C., were guests NYA supervisor of this district e store and waits until somebodyby

recently of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. with headquarters In the GreerBuilding "Will Bradford County schoolsbe some strange chance blunders) !
Miss Carolyn Roth of Jackson- Scott. Mrs. F. C Durshimer' and here, stated this week. forced to close because of lack Into buying it. If merchants and .' ,

Wills l Is spending ville was the wHk-endgue of daughters Misses Margaret and "The program has (up untl:1 of funds?" factory managers had not hired ':
Florrie Miss Lois Adkins a t Eleanor, returned to their homeIn been limited those This salesmen and had not placed advertising
Lakeland with Mrs. Kingsley Capt. S. A. Bryant leaves now) to wlu disconcerting question! was
In today Brookavllle last
kS Lake Friday afternoon our America would still ,
for Bartow and had reached their 18th birthday., the heading on a communication I
after, -_ he will spend' several Tampa where after spending a week here and it has been necessary to denj received by the Telegraph yesterday be what U was In 1740, a handful I

of Bunnelle AU spring and summer\ dresses ing his children and weeks visit- with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dur- a large number of applicants whc, from Dr. W. K. Middleton of poor villages and pennUeasi
Brown grandchil-
June guest of Mlsa reduced to half price ut Mar- dren. Bbimer. were 17," Mr. Baber's statement.t newly elected- superintendent of farmers, dotted on the edges of ,
e ;- guerite's Shoppe.Mr. continued.. public instruction. enormous forests '

Hayn!!- Mrs. R. M. Faver and children, "It The prepared statement. National 'f,,
Mr. and Mrs. seems a natural step as the con :
and Mrs. C. F. L. G. Powell Blanche and Haynes of Miami, tlnued simplest terms means r
of St. Augus returned went CCC age limit Is 17, and many
Griffin Monday to
0,, J' Savannah, Ga., arrived Tuesday to upend a week's favorite
yesterday from can get
guest of her daugh- a two- to attend the funeral workers have been unable to "The question whether or not your 'I
the weeks vacation with relatives In of MrPowell' vacation here as the guests of erages, clothes, shoes,
Bigg brother-in-law understand why they could not t our schools will be forced to close
., E. L. R E Mrs. Faver's mother
Marietta Ga. soaps, cosmetics
Gahagan. work on NYA at home when they has been asked me several times i irf'cC'ntly
Haynes, and sister! Mrs. zines and all other
Bertha \
'of could leave home and work
Marshburn on the and I find It hard to
Louise ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton Pearce. CCC program. answer However, I will try to articles, wherever in t.
nville a'u smother Mrs O. had as guests last week-end Miss Miss Hope Haynes, accom- "The NYA for the do so. you are. Bringing this
| her Roma White and Hugh Griffith panied by Miss Lucille Ketterer Mr .and Mrs John Uglow had "It will take some high financing a country 3,000 miles
of new year, which began July 1,
lerman.gitaWord of Rome, Ga. Jacksonville spent the weekend as guests last week their nephewand will to keep them once apparently .
place special and additional open.
in Gainesville with Miss Lucille I niece, Mr. and Mrs. Will "When by the Rocky mountains
I took the office
emphasis on the shop activities over
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Ayers. Feldman of Newark, N. J., and "It Is on June llth I found our current no child's play. It
returned Monday from visit I their son-in-law and daughter. expected that a large bills
a were $11,20000 In arrears have taken place
with friends in Macon, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sweenyand Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell of number of the workers now on I found a Judgement from the (
the NYA advertising
will find
E Select Missionary! Birmingham, Ala. family of Hampton moved I Jacksonville. program em- United States Court for around 'r"
ALE Straw- this week into their new home on ployment as a result of the experience Advertising Is the :
Lansas Missionary I on the NYA projects andas 800000. Four of the school tion of .
Box The Rev. Washington Avenue near the Miss Juanita Bessent and Miss news about '
Route two, : J. E. Shepherd of districts were overdrawn 10000.
plants result of the demandfor
school a present costly goods than 1';
Leon DiCandio. 4t-2p 8-30 Tavares Is the guest of his bro- building. I I I Minnie Bessent, who have spent additional workers, resulting 00 or more Payment on times make for themselves at I
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and I I the past six weeks here with their from were $2,000 00 or more In arrears. ', .
the Increased In \
BALU. chest and machin- Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Miss Betty Hall returned to parents, Mr. and Mrs. W A, Bes activity II don't think there were a dozen Nation's Business. r I

ItoolB. $30. Also undressed.I her home In Arcadia Sunday following !.I sent, Sr., will leave the latter many. fields of industry '[ envelopes or sheets of paper In ,

wood Mrs. C. L. Moltt. Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn and a ten-day visit here as I pait of the week for their homein "Applications will now be accepted I the office and not one stamp. I It
Madison, Starke. ltp: guest of Misses Gamita Hutto Ft. Lauderdale. at the offices from those t ,:,
and Mr. .
test family and Mrs. K. J. I "The Starke district alone la ,
I and who 17 old and await.
Sharon Hall. are years
Flynn and guests spent Mondayat behind more thnn $7,000.00 (acI -
straw- I
Missionary file wl1be\ from
ALE ing kept
Be to see the beautiful '
St. Beach.
I Augustine cording to figures- now being
t plants. On new ground Mrs. V. S. St. John, Miss, and summer dresses that which project workers will be
I spring |compiled), and I am told by Mr.
L, white roots. See Leon Eleanore St. John, Dick and Ken are reduced to half price at drawn as openings develop on Forfet from the State HTrfl 7O'f I
Shoes! Shoos! Shoes! All mim- Superin.tendent's
worthwhile 1
er. I pier sport shoes reduced lo lest neth St. John, and Mrs Mike Marguerite's" Shoppe.Mr projects office that thin OVf'tdrllft -
Dew spent Monday in Jackson "These projects"which
are con
ALE-Red Bliss Irish seed than cost. Tan and unites. originally Is a violation of law and
ville and Callahan. and Mrs! Oscar Norton and sidereal most worthwhile provide
Gra-I must be Ho also
Eoes. H. M. Wasdln, *3.85 reduce to $2.98. Oth- stopped. says
son, Oscar, Jr., and daughter, experience in fields of work whichare .
ltp that the funds from one district
Fla. ers In proportion. At AHarez'. t..
Mars Ruby Jewell Thornton of Norton of Important In the Defense '
Miss Patsy Tampa must not be lined for another, t.f
[SALE-Female puppy, 8 Mrs. Sallie Tison had as Auburndale Is spending this weekas !were guests Monday of Mr. and Program. Additional shops are "The city clerk says our light i1t ; : .

old. half bull, half colley. the first of the week her brother-guests the guest of her uncle and Mrs. F. A. Scott, en route for a being established, and by the first and water bill must be paid or ,

lable. Will make wonder- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews, vacation trip through the New of September It Is expected that we will be cut off without ser II I

?; on some farm. Address N. N. Norton of at the Stare Farm. England states and Canada at least 40 'NY A shop units will\ vice. Without electricity the II
F. Glover, general de- be in operation In the state. The Starke school cannot continue .,.,..- I
k Starke. Mrs. Julia (Eastman and guest, Mrs. C. H. McHugh and Miss shop units Include auto mechanics, Unless I can buy supplies for the %
Mrs. Sam Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Evans of Orangeburg, Mary Ballanze of Hastings were woodworking, sheet metal, aviation "school, districts of the county "if

PALE-14-foot boat and ajot Mrs. W. B. Alexander and Miss S. C., returned Saturday from a guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. mechanics machine, and that are overdrawn I cannot buy ."TO OTICdt/.Zfow'

boat. Also boat build Wilma Alexander spent Friday visit in Lake ,Butler with Mr. and W G. Ha tie. They were accompanied radio. In addition. to these shops for others, for the same chock famltr Tut. ,. .I r
[ one to order. Call at Miss afternoon in Jacksonville\ Mrs. C. H. Register.Mr. home by Jack Halle, who there will\ be at least 11 short cover' both. T. *V*BOUND Ie ,: .

j Marr's for further Infor- spent the week-end In Hastingswith wave radio stations through the "Mr. Morfet told the board ..*.Horn tin
H. Jenkins, Box: W. Q. Dowling, Jr., of Jack- vLfs_ .. ...
jon. C. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Gerald Allen. tate extending from Pensacola Tuesday that It needed. 00.00000 ttared
I Starke. ltp sonville was the guest Wednes- spent Sunday in Orlando with to Key West. to clear up the indebtedness and iaat

day of his uncle and aunt, Dr. their I daughter, Miss Lillian bit and Mr.-K, C McCollister "An opportunity will be given that If any more overdrafts were if'Ars Ie A._
furnishedjtment lAM :
RENT- Upstairs Middleton. I "' -*
and Mrs. E.
W. who is in at the 'Sue of Miami, returned -
with bath. Mrs. S. Stump, training and daughter, the girls to participate In some allowed each board member wouldbe
tohns. ItDseven Orange County Hospital. to their home there Sat. phases of tha shop program, suchas personally responsible.
Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire and -- urday after spending two weeksIn the assembling of radio equip- "Now from this explanation, HAROLD C. ;

head of stock daughter' Sue, of Washington, D. Mrs N. E. Andreu and granddaughters Lawtey as guests of Mr. Me- ment, and the operation of some can you my dear reader, answer l"

e. Marked: swallow fork'. C., are guests of Mrs. Maguire's Misses Mary Carmen Colllster'a mother, Mrs. A. A. light machinery and power sewing the question-Will the schools
1 1I'
|r and under bit in each mother, Mrs. A M. Darby. and Mildred Andreu of Lacoochee Annis, and Mr. Annie machines close?" GENESiAI

Branded 69 and NH. were guests! last Thursday and "The NYA employment reacheda -Dr, W. E. Middlelon. .
|de together). Notify C. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Friday of Mrs. C. L. Moitt. Mr. and Mrs. J. R Ogden and high point In Florida In June, PLIASB PHONE

Green Cove Springs, or, spent Monday in Gainesville with son, Lee, and Mrs. Mary Clyatt, when H total of 6,800 were under Typewriter ribbon or all kinds

Thomas, Starke. 4t to 8-30, their son and daunnter-in-law: For F. II. A. Loans see UH. all of I'ompano. were guents the assignment on the program for for sale at the Telegraph office. -- -

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee. Wilson Realty Corporation) Phone first of the week of Mr. and Mrs. oilt-of-school workers. This large ,., I i
AINS-in good used furnl- -
146. [E. J. Dowling. They were on number cannot be continued but
Beds. springs, mattresses, Mrs. D. D.''Oliver/Mrs.. Frank their way home' from a vacation an effort will be "made 'to avoid I

|robe, oil stoves and-dining Bryan and daughter, Miss Doro- The regular business and program spent in North Carolina sudden and drastic reduction.

lulls, slightly used. Call thy Bryan, of Ft. Lauderdaleare meeting of the Woman's: "Naturally, preference must he Tip Top Grocery
see us The Loft 22 E. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Society of Christian Service will I Mrs. II. B. McLendon and given to the work projects that ,

1st. Jacksonville, Fla Bessent, Sr. be held Monday afternoon at 3:30: daughter Jeannette, of Orlando I most fully meet the requirements

o'clock at the Methodist Church I are guests of Mrs. McLendon'sparents of the Defense Program, and opportunity
Mr. and Mrs F. S. Mat-i
will be woikerson
NAT SEZ: Mrs. Jack Bell and Mrs. W I thews. They were accompanied any projects discontinue! to And MarketAUGUST

Edwards spent Sunday In to Starke Saturday by Dr. Mc-
M. I transfer to acceptable projects on
If you had a tooth ache and It accompanied I Lendon, who spent the weekendhere. "
Gainesville. They which they can work, Mr. Bar
quit hurling as noon a/ you got home by Robert Bell, who ber's release. concluded 16 & 17-1940
to the DentNt'a office, you'dprobably
up has been visiting his grandparents. -- -----
turn around and gotww Mrs. C. L. Moltt, formerly of
.) home. MONt of us are that way. Lacoochee, moved recently lo SAMPSON CITYHy LETTUCE Heads 15c

t The tooth would not get any better Mrs. W .B. Alexander and Miss Starke and in making her homeat : Etta Fay Ial - -

though and finally it would Wilma Alexander spent last Tues 505; Went Madison, Mrs. Moltt. Violas Reynolds of Tampa'

get so bad It would be too Lite day in Alachua with Mrs. Alex- a former resident of Starke, will visited his brother-in-law, Willis CARROTS Bunches ISc'.f

to fix It.That's. ander's mother Mrs. M. L. May- be remembered as the sister of Dyal, Sunday. -
the fix: our own Uncle W. H Green and Mrs. Bon- ,
nard and her sister, Mrs. D. O. Mrs. Minn Doris Dynl of the Rising
Sam Is In right now. lie's try- Johns.
Ing to get his teeth 'fixed before Dupuitt ham section and visited Sunday.Mrs. relatives. here Saturday NO. 1 FANCY IRISH 10 Ibs.

It Is too late and torn of thorns Mrs. G. C. Conner had as din- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownleeof
trying to talk him Gainesville wore! guests Sun- Ray Goodge of Maxvllle
Senator are her brotherinlaw -
ner guests Sunday Doc visited their Potatoes
and Warren 6cARMOUR'S
out of It.MEN'S, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. day of Mr. Brownlee'" parents,
Edenfield and thre daughters. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brownlee. parent, Mr and Mrs. A. V

J. Letha, and Edna Fay They were accompanied home'by {Varnes Tuesday.
HIGH TOP Ida Lee. their daughter. Catherine, who I_ C. R. Graves nan returned home
{} of Midway. 3 Tall Cans 18c
\ 'rt + spent several days here with her. from Jacksonville. MILK

SOLID LEATHER Friends of little Robert Alexis grandparents. I E. D. Jones and mother, Mrs.

Green, II will be glad to learn Sarah Jones, made a business"
r that he "has recovered from a Drastic redurtlon on sport trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. TOMATOES Large Cans 18c

PETERSSHOES tonsilectomy performed recentlyat I"hlrt. and I all Hummer. merclutndlite i Lem Brown and Riley Sweat ,

the Alachua County HospitalIn at "h..rl'z' :were vlMltlng In Starke Friday
Gainesville.Col. Best Armour's
Miss Madge Middleton spent night.Willis

and Mrs. J. E. Futch of the week-end In Jacksonville with Dyal of of Sampnnn visited and
the week-end here her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Violas Reynolds Tampa White Bacon Pore Lard
DeLand spent D. G, Kelly Sunday
Middleton. She ]l
R: L.
with Mr. and Mrs.remained H. L. Brown-for a[I I was and Mrs.accompanied home Sunday I returned Pound 2 Pounds
Black Kid Blucher lee. Mrs. Futch who 'I Mrs. W. H. Green
Sue Middleton,
two weeks' visit with Mr. and i by Marjorie Monday after being! 111 the past
her grandparents. Dr. 9c 15c
Style Mrs. Brownlee. Is visiting five months In Lake Butler at the
and Mrs. W. home of her daughter Mrs. R S.

and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman --- !Johns, and Is now with her son
Toe I Judge Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned .
Plain and
Also and
and sons Emmett and daughter-in-law, Congressmanand
Comer, left Tuesday for a tendays' Friday after pending the Mrs. R. A. Green. Friend SUGAR ti 4S
weeks In Jacksonville,
II vacation trip to Macon, Atlanta past three of Mr*. Green will be glad, to .

$3.95 Pr.OMEN'S Chattanooga and Rockmart, Tenn. Ga., and where to St. Vincent's Mr. Griffin Hospital was confined because learn that she Is Improving. FANCY WESTERN : '

Friends of Mr. Griffin '
of illness.
left. will be glad to learn that be I Mr. and Mrs Phil Turnure left SMOKED BACON, lb. __ 124c'! :
Sharkskin for Dunedin,
S5 pair continues to improve.Mr. Wednesday morning
AND Will sell at $2.95 alteration free after spending the summer with

OWING GIRLS' At Alvarez. two. and sons.Mrs of Baltimore Carl Aldermanand Md., Turnure Mr and U Mrs.Mr.Roy Matbews Mathew mater Mrs. PINEAPPLE No. 2/ Size Can 19c
Mr. and Mrs. A A. Annie and son Mr*. T. B. Hendrix of Lakeland ,
Drawdey of Lawtey, Mrs. Is the of Mr and
XFORD'Se Miss Virgie Pitney, of Maxwell Field, Ala.,
Mrs. Annta'! guests, Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Reynolds. After a
and and daugh-
Mrs. K. C. Mc Co'de'' of Miami Mrs. E.Betty R. Marshburn and Mona Claire of ten-day visit here she will travelon RED TOP COFFEE E - 15c.'
week shopping ters. -
[ for school wear/: .or spent Friday Tallahassee, are guests of Mrs.G. to the Blue Ridge Mountainsof

Veryday knocking in Jacksonville. W. Alderman and Mr. and North Carolina.A .
; : 3ld
S01! I leather ,BOle| J Mrs. J. F. Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs L. A. Canova.Mrs. few good cummer .straws at FANCY TUB BUTTER -

leather insoles J. W. AdaIr and sons, Billy and .-Annie Turner and Mrs. E. IC M than UaJf original price .

'0.' shoes Our Special are worth- Low route Curtis, from of Went Hopkinsville Palm Beach, ,Ky.en, D.Hague Hague, and and Mr daughter*. Frank, Ocmerls Palmer At Alvarez. MILK FED FRYERS, lb. 25c

Price Now Is were guests Wednesday of Mr. of Alachua were guest last Fri- Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere and son A

and Mrs. W. G. Halle. of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Pltner of Maxwell Field. Ala.,
only._.. powell day Brownlee. The hosts and their Mrs. Cora Marshburn and daughter GEM MARGARINE 12cSILVER 1'
Mrs. L. G. and Mona Clalr of ..
Mr. and enjoyed a picnic dinner at Betty "
Mrs. Glen Wood. Mrs. George the Weeks' cottage on Klngsley Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs. G. KING SRISINGFLOUR Ibs. '
$ attendedthe
JfcSTERNBERG'S Flynn, and John Powell Lake. Other guest present were C. Alderman ,and children and f 1
funeral services Wednesday In 'I Mr and Mr. J. E. Wilson, who Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Strickland, S20 :

of the late R. E. Cahagan. I are occupying: t1te cottage, and of Baltimore, Md., en route froma SA 'j

Savannah Ca. The services! were at I'!Mrs S. T. Dell of Gainesville, vacation trip to Miami, are J ,

held Wednesday o'clock, In the morningeleven Episcopal who Is spending the summer at boos .guests of Mrs. d. W. Alderman r "V'r '

I[.the lake.


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Itt" f.1: Tobacco Prices In Welfare Job Seekers Many people from here are at- Check-Up. Now get their names laafld
sale at Live of
; SECTION I I tending the tobacco those Who onbe\

"'.'' Wide Range.At Sales Must Apply Now Oak, Lake City, and Valdosta, Underway By State gram the Federal will tpt

Ga. So far the tobacco growersare Employment ServiceA defeoje

RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I Prices for the bright leaf to- Wednesday August 14, is the getting fair prices.Mr. A. representative

bacco crop ranged< from alx to 25 I deadline for filing applications to and Mrs. O. J.. Mott were National check-up is being Gainesville office fro I,
COMMON SENSE . take examinations to qualify for will t I'
cents a pound first reports from i, visitors at Kingsley Lake Sunday.Mr. made through the State Employ Starke each >
ra ?l the Georgia-Florida auctions i social work positions on the State ment Services of the number of Thursday 11'1)11I1
NEW SERVANT THE REFRIGERATOR and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan, 11:00.: *
I showed during the first days of Welfare Board, Ira Thomas, available workers In certain key ,
I of Plant City, are the guests of I fled orhrir0b'V'whom !
y. :yw, One of the things promised byelectricity Getting the best results from aI sales.I I chairman of Welfare Board District Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson this occupations vital to the gigantic men
j fr for the farm is that it household refrigerator requires I I I At Valdosta the first row of Five with headquarter. In defense program now being set they can spare 11&1&

J n.. a will lighten the load of work careful management. The loca- baskets sold from a low of six (Green Cove Springs, said this week.Malcolm up in the United States.In to can their attention, are IQI

carried bV; houaewivu and othermembers tlon of the refrigerator in the I I I cents to a high of 23 cents, with week. Lewis, of Gainesville, line with this order from tice. Relatives ,to thla

of the family. That, of kitchen and the arrangement of the I I sales moving rapidly and a I Applications for examinations, spent Saturday here with his par- Washington, the Florida State treads

i course, is one of the strong points food inside the refrigerator are 'large crowd following the buyersand which are given by the Merit ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Employment Service, 133 South acquaintances are Urged to

In favor of bringing "juICe" to both Important. auctioneers j System Committee set up by the Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch Pleasant St., Gainesville, urgesall the attention of persons

11s4 the rural areas, and Florida Have your refrigerator In a Warehouseman H. P. Foxall I Welfare Board, must b e upon and son Gene, of Raiford, were available qualified workers to leave to be qualified, II1fJ k

t; farm families are finding that convenient place, with a work said the first low price rang in blanks obtained from the Com- visiting Mrs.. Rltch's parents, Mr. call at that office immediately nouncement. to ilk
+ their work and mittee's Room Dyal-Upchurch and Mrs. L. A. Brown Monday
Vj h It does reduce table nearby. Then plan just one the Statesboro, Ga., market was 20
make home life more pleasant trip to put everything In and 10 1-2 to 25 cents At Hahirathe Building Jacksonville office. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coleman, (Continued from page three) _

i ; and more efficient. I take everything out. Remember sales supervisor, W. R. Sal- Positions to be filled from of Gainesville, were guests of Mr.
v The Rural Electrification Administration that every time you open the ter, said prices ranged from 8 3-4 registers set up by the examinations and Mrs. V. V Hazen Sunday.Mr. D..lpClon i !lee.! T R A Owaee aEt4Eot Tn.

recently conducted a door, it takes ice or energy to to 26 on the first row. are: district welfare visitor, and Mrs. L. A. Mott, of SEW of NEW *: Wry of 5 8 too

a'' II survey on the use of electric ap- chill the warm air rushing in. Cash began to move out of the I district welfare supervisor, district High Springs, were visiting relatives 8E'4.of IiIW% .6 8 YS 220 20 Unknown Unknown II'
on newly electrified To help the refrigerator run as welfare director, state wel- here Sunday. SE of SEW & WH of I I'Nti'l. '
ml crowded warehouses into trade 8
farms and found that nearly nine economically as possible, see thatit channels within a few minutes I fare supervisor, director of public Birthday Dinners y of NEW 6 : u' 13; 0.Unknown F' ackerman II

out of ten farms on REA-financ- is on the level. Also be sure after the first scribbled tags were assistance! child welfare Miss Mary Mott was surprisedwith E',;. & EH of SE% Of 8 22 tl

ed electric line have radios, that It Is In a cool place-away affixed to the baskets piled high I worker, senior child i I welfare a birthday dinner, given in E'A of4 NEW of NWW AEW 340 G. p WackermM r..

more than eight in ten half have have elec- from the stove 'or sunny windows, with the golden leaf. I worker, state child welfare super- honor of her 61st birthday Sun- NEW: A of EI SWW* of NEW of 8 22 CO Unknown

tric irons, more than A good refrigerator that Is About one-sixth of the nation's I visor, and director of child wel- day. She received many useful NWW ex5AIn: SW Cor t
electric washing machines, fare. To qualify for upper social for which she & NWW of NWW ex 5AInSECor&
p, electric re- properly managed will keep per- crop, grown In North Florida i and beautiful gifts, WH of
V l + nearly a third have ishable foods for a reasonable South Georgia and East Alabama, work brackets"' special study and expressed her thanks. Those en- swye of NWV & 8V 4 of
,I' frigerators.The length of time, but It cannot training are necessary. : joying the day with Miss Mott 8E 4 of NWlJ & NEVi
started its to the
that was on way of SEW of NWV4 ex 24
survey showed refrigerators work efficiently if the shelvesare manufacturers in the swift-mov "In filling vacancies in social were: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kel- A In SW Cor 11 8 22 258 W. 8. Slblry
are especially popular staff it Is of the District I' EI%! of SEVi of NEVi of. II
so crowded that the air can- dramatic sales. But whether the policy ,ley and children, Mr and Mrs.B.
ing NWyt 12 a 22
in the South, where balmy not circulate. It Is bound to use this leaf would bring a sharp Welfare Board to give pre- W. Mott, of Alachua; Mr. and All SWV4 of SW'I.\vW of 5 W. 8. Blbley I

temperatures.. make artificial refrigeration more ice, electricity, gas, or kerosene "shot in the air" for business ference to local: residents," Chair- Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of Mlcanopy; Ry fOX 10 A 12 a.22 18 .Unknown
v- All SWVi of SWVi E of I:
t'' desirable for one-third prese If it must chill extra con- through the belt or turn 194O- into man Thomas said. "This being and Mrs. Ruby Waldron of Wild- Ry 12 a 22 II Unknown

y ing fresh foods. Nearly tainers, hot dishes, and foods that just another year remained to be the case, it would be unfortunateif wood.Mr.. ,5yof NEH NEH of of NEW NKM &18 a 22 20 Chan Fnrnyth I IE' I'
of the farms surveyed reported do need refrigeration. eventually there should be more O. W honored
not seen when the averages were Barry was BV4 of NWV4! of NEW 13 a 112 40 W. S. jILI.y
refrigerators, I Dairy products and uncooked struck at the close of business Jobs than eligibles, and It be necessary with a birthday dinner Sunday Nr/ of NWW & SWW of n
NWrex 2 A In NW
Other appliances in use as a' meats spoil most readily, so be opening day.Warehouses. to go outside the districtto I at Hampton lake, celebrating his Cor & ex 2 A In SW
direct or indirect result of electricity sure to put them in the coldest from obtain qualified personnel." ;51st birthday. Dinner was served Cor & SEW of NWW ex
I were reported 11 2-5 A In SB
Cor ft
included toasters, vacuum I part of the refrigerator, which Is two-thirds to three-fourths full 'I picnic style, and swimming en- all 8 1000 ft of NE'4
hot plates, water pumps the of SW& ..x E 820 ft &
cleaners: bath-I usually located directly below or by the tobacco division of the Counties To Get Bulk Joyed throughout day. /
W 947 ft of SEW of
motors, poultry lighting, beside the Ice or freezing unit. agricultural marketing service. Those ,enjoying the day with SWW & 8Wof SWW
tubs or showers, .coffee maker, Also that the refrigerator Of Murphy Law Fund Mr. Barry were: Mr. and Mrs. J. A 2 A In NWW of BWW:
water closets, see This condition was in marked R. o* lake 13 8 22 242 H. J. Stewart
cream separators Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Francis N'S5 S5
anl-all the containers of 11
are kept contrast to last when all NWW of SEW ex
brooders, year Capitol observers Tallahassee
eptlc tanks, chick clean to make sure that foods at McCloud, and children Harry 8 A 13 8 2214 D. O Stewart'
ranges, electric fences, electric markets were filled to capacity predict counties will get 90 per Sapp, Miss Ida Rudd, of Jack- All NEVt of SEW S of i
are safe from spoilage. When to By 18 A ex B 4
prior opening day. cent of
machines, anticipated
roasters,' milking food is spilled, wipe it up at once. sonville; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A for cemetery 13 8 22 14 J. E. I.arson
heaters, and other household and And don't forget the importanceof Live Oak, reported 2.100,00< dollar fund building up from Barry and children Mr. and Mrs NE k"RdfeSS: 14 8 22 40, Walter 'WillsUnknown I I
-DlV 22 8 22
of leaf on the floors of: state sales of Murphy law lands. :
farm appliances. a thorough weekly cleaning. pounds C. C. Dun and children, Mrs. G. Blks 1 2 of dovt Lot 1 22 8 U
.Most of the appliances are purchased This cleaning Is most convenient seven warehouses there, while an The money, flowing in as sales W. Sapp, Mrs. J. W. Kelley and Blk 8 of Oovt Lot 1 22 8 22 J. E. !Smith; I I
Talk 4 of CJovt Lot 1 22 8 22
within a year after elec- when the ice supply is low in an estimated 1,500,000 to 2,000,000 are completed on lands which Mrs. Charles Prescott E% of Blk 1 of Qovt C. A. Williams I

tricity is made available to the ice refrigerator, and after de- pounds crowded Lake City warehouses passed to the state under the Mrs. D. W. Barry spent Mon- RILk 6 2 of 22 8 22 Fred.LDAtorrow II
Oovt Lot 2 32 j
Tobacco men said the 8 22 !\
farm frosting a mechanical refrigerator. Murphy law Is held In trust in day in Gainesville. Blk 7 of Qovt Lot 2 & I

Florida's REA lines, scattered Use warm suds with a little Lake City offering representedabout the State Treasury for action by Hazens Buy Lota Blk of 1 of Oovt Lot 8 22 8 22 O. L. Haynes I
half of a 3,000,000-pound the NWW & WV4 Of
now pretty well over the state, soda! added, rinse with clear Legislature next year. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen have NWW 22 8 22 120 Unknown
are making the juice availableto water and wipe dry.VANDERBILT. crop to be sold there. Capitol officials think the Legislature bought four lots, by the homeof E NE 8-4% of of NWW u. 22 40 Unknown II I
NH ex S 61 A
a larger and larger numberof Farmers generally hoped federal will provide for 90 percent T. B. Pinholater. from Cliff In NE Cor W of lake
farm families, and members of officials would be able to of It to be returned to Hazen. They plan to start build- &exlake &E8Aof

those families are very enthusiastic -'I By Miss Velma Norman make good their efforts to sustain counties, with 10 per cent to the Ing a new home right away.Bridge N A 1-S N of 1-6 NEW of of 8EW SWVi.&

about electricity, as was prices at a 15-cent level. state, after payment of necessary Club Meets Lot S 25 8 22 2U Mrs. Floe M. Fred-
Growers In the Carolina and Virginia costs and The weekly Bridge Club met rlkson 71 t!
to be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman, expenses incurred by I SH of NEV4 of NEW exAinNWCorAlco1
and family, spent the week-end watcher the auctions with the internal Improvement board at the home of Mrs. Estell Harrison I .

Gets Wage Increase with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rosier, Interest, since their auctions begin and other agencies In handling Thursday afternoon, Mrs. A of In NEVi SE: Cor of NWW 26 8 22 20 Evallna Barton 1(

and family, of Arrendonda. later and prices are expectedto the title revision and sale. Ann McKlmeon led the group of C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector,

Tallahassee, State Treasurer Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns m, of follow closely the averages of These officials say that coun- players with the highest score of of Bradford County. Florida

W. V. Knott today won a supreme Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. Greogla-Florida markets. ties and their various agencies, the evening. Mrs. Fred Hazen

_, V court order for a $1,000 annual and Mrs. Clyde Johns, of this such as school boards levied was low. Tasty refreshments of BOREE FUNERAL HOME

increase in his salary, effectiveas section, Saturday night. Weevils And about 90 per cent of the taxes Tuna fish salad, with saltines and
of July 1, 1939. The court Betty Jane Roster, of Gaines- which, when they became de- punch, were served the many Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 134

divided, 3 to 2 with Justice Rivers ville, is spending this week herewith Worms Increase linquent, resulted in title to the guests. We have added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipment |

Buford disqualified, in ordering Gloria Norman. land reverting to the state when with special springs for easy riding."A .
serious boll weevil infestation
Comptroller J. M.. Lee to pay the I ,Margie Reddish, of Vanderbilt, | Although in Sea Island cotton- the two-year "low dellar" redemption Typewriter; ribbons or all kinds HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION" G. H. Bennett, Manager I Iti
increased amount on the basis of was visiting Shirley' and Emma- I provision of' the Mur- for sale at the Telegraph office. I
I fields In Central Florida Is later
lyne Morgan, of Starke, Sunday[ phy law
the 1939 legislature's appropria- >:than usual this year the pests are expired. ;
tions bill. Lee Is away from his afternoon. [:now becoming numerous enough The ultimate division of the
Mr Collie Manning, of this sec money cannot be considered
office and could not be reachedfor I to demand control measures, it is by
tion, spent the week-end with rel- the Supreme Court unless and until -
comment. He had declined to atives In Jacksonville. i reported by the Florida Experiment the Legislature
Station. A serious, and passes some
pay the increase and Knott filed Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and extra early Infestation of leaf law about it, but in other Mur- I"L
Grandson, 'Jlmmle Lee, of Wood- phy law the
the supreme court suit worms or army worms in Gil- cases court has In-
lawn, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ferred that counties and districts c-------
Christ and Marlon Counties has
PRISONERS'. : ON DRCLINK H. L. Norman and family, of this been observed also. should get their pro rata share.

Florida's prisons received 159 section The Inside Friday of afternoon the Water Oak Scouting; forces of the U. S. \ '
_ _
new Inhabitants during Life Sentence Given ,
July-but school has just been given a coat Bureau of Entbmology during the' """" '' ,
releases, escapes and deaths lefta of white paint and It helped the past week found two fields Infested I Tampa Slayer By } "" ::,;1 '. : ,
net decrease of 115 prisoners '
looks considerably. The paintingwas out of three examined in
for the month. The prison bureau done by Mr. L. L. Renfroe, Union County, eight out of 13 in Judge Adkins j'VV
reported that 3,739 were Incarcer- of Vanderbilt Alachua 10 out of 12 In Gil-

ated in the various institutionsand Little Jo Ann Sapp of this sec- Christ, 13 out of 13 in Marion Tampa,-A life sentence was

camps on July 31, as com tion, recently spent a week In and eight out of 17 in Lake. In Imposed on Herman Scarpa, 43,
) pared with 3,834 on July 1. Gainesville with her uncle and the Jonesvllle area of Alachua after he pleaded guilty to a first

Mrs. Harry Edwards and family. County infestation ranged from degree murder charge growingout *
FOR BABY'S COMFORTMcGee's Miss Ruth Alvarez of Vanderbilt 10 to 74 percent, average Infesta- of the slaying of Leonard

Baby Elixir is intended was visiting Mr. and Mrs. tion for all counties being 5.3 per Grantham :33!:S. In an argumentover

for Minor upsets of the stomach Emory Johns, of Long Bridge, profits of a small produce
and bowels that result from cent.The
over- entomologists point out business operate by the two
Monday afternoon.Mr. .
eating, foods
improper or tempo "
and Mrs. Willie Raulersonand ;that poisoning with calcium arsenate _
rary over-acidity of the stomach. men.Scarpa's
A bottle of McGee's Baby Elixir family of Starke. were visit I is desirable when infesta- guilty plea left it up

costs only 35c.CARPENTER'S. ing Mr. J. S. Snowden, and tion reaches 10 per cent. They say to Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins to ,4
DRUG STORE ily Sunday. fam-j that a new brood of weevils seemsto decide whether the penalty wouldbe

be emerging and infestation is the electric chair or life. .- Im.prWonment. .--.
due to rise rapidly now. bit Nw&rwI
INSURE WITH I Army worms or catepillars In his testimony Scarpa de- e,

N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. have appeared much earlier than clared his partner pulled a knife w s;
__ 1 usual, and are beginning; to do during an argument and that he 'A yw

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS serious damage to, cotton leavesIn reached in his car for his pistol
Gllchrlst and M rion. An Immediate and shot Grantham. '2fr
dusting with calcium ar- Judge Adkins of Starke, wsa a
senate is recommended for fields assigned here in the absence of > o
Infested with this pest. Judge L. L. Parks.

HOTEL LEAMINGTONN. Ginners Add Modern BROOKERBy i x J+ ddto O 1 'ei Mtib

!Mrs. L. l. Parker
Cleaning EquipmentGinners i

E. 1st Street at Biscayne: Boulevard The revival services being conducted

Overlooking Kay'front Park and Biscayne: Bay in the Southeastern at the Baptist Church here i ..a
States have been quick to
recog- last week by the Rev. Mr. Light-
Opposite Union Bus StationMIAMI nize the need for more elaborate foot, of Starke, were brought to ;
cleaning equipment to handle the a close
Sunday night with four
FLORIDAOne longer staple varieties of cottonto candidates for Baptism and two .

which improvement groups and by letter. .*-
Block From Shopping District And Amusements other growers in this area have Mrs. H. A. Smith and daugh-

turned during the past several terti, Ernestine
SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER years reports J. Lee Smith of have returned to their home In ,

Single Room with IlaUt-91.50; Double Room with Bath-$ .oo the Florida Extension" Service. Miami after several days' visit ,' ,
"Ten years ago, said Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Barry. "

lIJAMI'SlOST: :! POPULAR HOTEL Smith, "less than 3 percent of Bernard Smith has returned to
the gins in this part of the Cot- his home In Hialeah after visiting -
ton Belt were equipped with ex- relatives here.

__ tractor-feeders for cleaning seed I Mrs. Mack Collins, of Jacksonville -

_ cotton before it goes to the gin is visiting her parents Mr. Drink
stands. Today, more than 25 out
and Mrs.
H. P. Gainey. Ice-cold clean
of veery 100 glnners are using Mrs. Abe Crosby and children, Coca-Cola has a ,

extractor-feeders to improve the and daughter, of Jacksonville
grade of lint turned out from were visitors here last week. cca tingling taste that speaks of purity

the varieties farmers now grow Estelle Mott has returned to Ie /
and to improve the efficiency of and delightfully
her home
IfD their gins." here after spending several quality. It leaves you with a
weeks in Tampa, St. Petersburg -
The marked tendency toward and Okeechobee. Delicious andRefreshini refreshed is always
Your feeling that
4 f n, o Trading longer staple varieties of cotton Mrs. Martha Parker, and Mrs.
especially In one-variety Improve- O. *
H. Parker
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are ment communities has brought Callahan Friday.were visitors |In V f so welcome. so satisfying. It's a happy

given away with every $40 in trade about the need for more cleaningand Iva Mae Lewis, of Jacksonville y

or certificates. drying I machinery. This iras visiting her parents Mr. and ,K ending to thirst.
'Are equipment makes it much easierto
Eedeawd Mrs. E. J. Lewis, over the week-
In Mb U SMITH'S GARAGE turn out good preparation on PAUSE

( Yon c.o- ,' the glnner lint-the kind of preparation end.Harry Sapp end his fiancee, Ida THAT REFRESHES
STARKE FLORIDA that makes farmers' bales I ludd. of BO'M'UD
Jacksonville, were visit- ... VNDa AtmlOlUTY
, dr l attractive to buyers. j I ing Mrs. Nora Sapp here Sunday.. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING o. no COCA.XU COMPANY co. BY


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[; H.; S. School Journal I Social Dot and Items Grace Green went tc I I Bob Jones r I And Mission Tabernacle"Jesus -Hall -- I I By LAWTEY II. T. GodwinOld make authority.a previous any" change The meeting Board In appointing Its did actionat not

Daytona Beach Friday night. Wharf Torn DownA W. J. Wllkerson janitor ana
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...... FRIDAY AUGUST 16, 1940 NUMBEK: ONE I Ida Lee Cone spent the week and The Gentiles" wai Seaboard carpenter gang arrived patrolman for the Lawtey school. I
.cuE '""'... end In Brooker. Comments On Here the subject of the Bible Study: here Tuesday to begin thprocess The town of Lawtey will not give ;

And Hereafter at the :Mission Hall last Tue day: of tearing down the long,, Wllkerson authority to make arrests
Jack Halle .
Staffr B. H. S. BandReorganized Sunday In Hastings.spent Saturday and I night. Visitors from Ormond narrow part of the old platform for violation of traffic

urnal Last night I spoke to a large I and Jacksonville were present. I parallel to the railroad. The regulations at the school.

1940-41 Julia Winkler spent Sunday I tr crowd In Detroit on the subject I Dan Boree and his family gave original wharf will remain .stand Arthur H. Hall was before the

Jacksonville.Odell I "Fixing Men Instead of condl-, some special music. Two of hl> ing. Most probably the extension Board and atated he would restore
Bradford The B. H. I
S. Band for
the 1910-41
The staff for be- Hinson was In Brooke tlons". The thought of the message boys played some numbers on II built just a few years ago, a woodshed he removed by

'h School Journal to .till Is M Is to be somewhat different from Sunday. la this: Men make condi- their guitars and sang.TABERNACLE. was condemned. The elementshad error from the site of New River

selected, but at present last year's because lots of our Jeanette Parker attended the tions. If conditions are not right' caused It to deteriorate School if the Board desired him

:: outstanding musicians have grad baseball game in Gainesville Sun It Is because men are not right Further studies on 'The Man rapidly. The entire structure has to do so. He asked that he be

ir-ln-chlef-Jack Halle Soy uated. Miss Marjorie Stump hat day. It Is preposterous to say thai With the Inkhorn" were presented been of no use since the completion given several weeks In which to

f Editor-. -Betty Girl'srtsOpal kindly consented to be temporary Selma Thornton was visiting In all the world needs Is an environ: lat Friday night. "What does! of the new wharf last season replace the woodshed as he wa

Peele, Boy" Sports instructor to take the place ol Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. ment. Putting a hog In a parlor, Thou" was the question asked and the use of refrigerator trucks very busy at this time. The

Davis View Points- Carl Roberts. does not change a hog. The hog by the prophet. He was marking, almost exclusively' In shipping. Board agreed to allow Hall 30
Prince, Snoop 'N Peep- Wainwright spent the changes the parlor. The reason those who were sincerely sorrowful Miscellaneous. Shower days In which to replace the shed ,
This band week-end
year's members will Crystal Lake.
Ie at
Green, Band Reporter- is that a hog Is a hog. A hog because of the sinfulness of A miscellaneous shower was and stated It must meet the ap- f ,"
ce Futch, Class News ReerMelba be as follows: Trumpets' Mack Miss Emma Jean' Price oi has a hog' nature. Israel and Judah. Also recordIng given Thursday, August 15th, at I proval of the New River school :

k Moody. Glee Club I Futch. Bernard Jordan, Billy I Alabama Is spending some time' Man Is a sinner by nature all their Iniquity. The gloryof the home of Mrs. O. J. Anders trustee 1

man Barnes Biographic- trombones.-F Bobby ran c I Biggs n e Fisher Leonard ; with her cousin, Dot Faxon. So the Bible teaches and so history God left the temple the city,, honoring Mrs. Cecil Whitehead. A resolution was adopted authorizing ,

crews Alumni Ffrol IeS Smith Nina Bishop spent Sunday at proves. That Is the explanation and finally the nation. Sunday The hostesses were the W. M. U, Superintendent W. E.
Buddy Davis; clarl-
and Marie Dyal. Chapel- nets Jack Halle, Clarice Thomas; Jacksonville Beach. of human conduct In out night the service was well at ladl.... Middleton to prepare and submit .'

netts Parker Jokes Edltor- saxophone Roberta Whitfield Merry Beth Knight spent Sunday modern world. tended. Addition To Gulf StationA to the Board a plan or plans for

.se Jordan, Safety Patrol drum- Freeman Register Vlr-; In White Springs. Men are not thieves because Next Friday and Sunday nights shelter to house, tools and the orderly retirement of Indebtedness *

,lt Wilkinson. Sewell steal. They steal because services will be held at the Tab- grease rack has been added to amounting to over
glna Mary Overstreet; hey
''s Want to have a newspaper I melophone Comer Perryman; Class OfficersMr. they are thieves. Lying does not ernacle at 8:00: o'clock. All are the Gulf Station operated by H. $10.000. The board also acceptedthe
that everyone will enreading. invited to attend. C. Brown here. The modern up- services of Miss Marjorlo
year and bass horn-Buck McMillan. make a man a liar. He lies because -
H everyone does We hope to have a band for Sponholtz' section of the he is a llnr. ConunlUng Sunday afternoon at 3:00: o' to-date structure already, has adequate Stump as band Instructor at

part, It ** bound to be Inter I B. H. S. this term that every f 10th grade had their class election murder simply proves that a marS clock Bible School will be held at facilities and Installed, but are general Bradford high school until a regular -

ng and well-liked. student will be proud of. Friday, August 91 h. The offleers a murderer. It Is possible toput the Tabernacle. All age groupsare repairs painting Instructor can be appointed. .
mvone interested In newspaper elected were: a man In prison and keep Invited to come and study theWord under way to make establish-I The Board agreed to assist In
and ace If you are at all Interested In ment more attractive ,
please see the President Vice- him stealing. But prison of God. building a fence around Graham "
.k I -Carolyn Green from
for music and would like to play an efficient for tourists and local !
found you.esterday's school house and also to supply
be from
can President-William Baker, Secretary bars do not keep a mun
Instrument, why not join us? patrons. I'
and Treasurer-C I a r Ice being a thief. THEKESSAIly room for opening a school cafeteria
I I The Instruction Is absolutely Mrs. Rosa Campbell of Homo- at Vanderbilt.
Seniors Thomas, Reporter-Bobble Cam- I Man needs a new nature. He Mrs. A. L. Sullivan .
free-all you have to do Is furnish sasan, Fla., Is visiting Mrs. On of the most unusual requests
sron. heart. Reform Inhuman
needs a new
Juanlta Barefoot now Mrs. I I your instrument. Band practice : society does not do anymore Mr. and Mrs. J. F.. Ousley, Grlffls this week. granted by the Board was \

neon Phillips Is living at Law- Is every Monday at 3:1: P. Assembly ProgramThe toward curing human nature Mr. and Mrs. Forest! Jones and Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harley, Jr.. permission for the ParentTeacht t \

on a farm.-nice going J. B. M. than does a hypodermic ol little daughter, returned Fridayto of Richmond. Va., spent Saturdayand era Association of the high school

Carl Edwards a married guy I! following program was morphine cure cancer. The opiate their home at Perrine after a Sunday of last week herewith here to operate a cold drink ,I

*I. is working at Camp Blandthe I Meet The Seniors presented by the Senior Class Inisxembly temporarily quiets the patientand two weeks visit at the May fishing Mr. Hurley's parent Mr. I vending machine at B. H. S. 5'

lucky blonde wlfle. Tuesday afternoon: makes him feel better. camp on Lake Santa Fe, and and Mrs. A. H. Harley. They Starke trustees recommended approval 1

who GLORIA MARIE DYAL with relatives here. carried: home with them their son of the vending machine I'
are Government Is doing
smart senior boys Bible Beading:-Martha :Mathews All the
The[ Marie born the 16th of Plant Junior, who has spent the summer It would keep the pupils '
on an education at Em- was on Piano Solo-Miss Marjorie In the way of relief is not a Mrs. Jane Padgett stating

inning University are: Luclan Con- day of December 1923. She Is Stump, Song "God Bless Amer- ure for human ills. It Is a hypodermic City la visiting her daughter, here with his grandparents. on the grounds at recess and r

Emmett Ferryman, L. M. now sixteen years of age. ca." Pledge to the Flag Short shot Into the arm of a, Mrs. W. H .Hall. Mrs. Enoch Grlffls Is recovering be of convenience to students and '"

,,nes Frank Robinson and I This pretty lady Is five feet talk: by Jack Halle. President of restleas patient. The trouble about Mrs. E. S. Sibley visited her satisfactorily from a recent teachers. ,: f'

ch Thomas.-smart fellow andre four Inches tall and a brunette the Senior Class Piano Solo "dope" Is that a patient has I brother, L. L. Youngblood. at the Illness.Mian. A request from the R. J. E. ;;,

power to you. I I with blue eyes and fair com Miss Stump, Announcements. to have a bigger dose next time.If Veterans Hospital la Lake City Betty Castellow, of Macon. colored school at Starke for another f

driver of thew plexion. the wealth of America was I Sunday. On.: and Miss Ruth Jones, of teacher and some repairs),
Dempsey Bus, is taking a post She has lived In Brooker all GUM BRANCH squally distributed so every man L Miss Kathryn Weest of Elizabeth Tallahassee, visited Miss Jones' and a request from A. O. Jenkins. -,
River .
course In good old Brad- I her life but hopes to some day By Miss.) Elizabeth lIarn.lce Had his share, In less than six: New Jersey Miss Jessie parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 13.rUnes Wateroak colored school principal. I

duate., we're proud of him for live in LaCrosse. (We think). months It would have to be distributed Mae Brannen, of Barlow, Fla,. last week. that the board complete work on.

,1. to ahead. Sh-h-h! She Is planning to become Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae again unless human nature Miss Lllllnn Brannen. of Lakeland the school house were both de-
ling Florida Na- a homemaker. and daughter, Miss Vesta McRae could be changed.The Fla., and Rawlelgh BI'an- School Board Died upon the" grounds of heavy

Johnny Crews a considers herself pretty and Mrs. B. M. McRae and children only hope of a permanenture : nen, of Hampton Fla., were' I "Indebtedness. : '

nat Guard Is In camp for Texas.-three I Marie because she has only cut all of Pine Level were visitIng for human Ills!: Is to cure! _SUtraiB.__t_ .tt1i..* -...*-. ItKf. .. -TUti\e\rm----- niiiaMr Meets TuesdayThe
eks at Louisiana lucky I He must have a new CAKI OK THANKSWe
friends and relatives here man. Sullivan Thursday
A. L. ,
of her head with barbed School Board, at a
uniform.In the top I County grateful for the
last him. are
a heart. God can give It to very ., '"
and almost cut her big toe Sunday. the courthouse here
married to a to fix conditionsIs meeting many expressions of sympathy "
Jacksonville, easiest
Mr. and Mrs. Ackers Chapman The way Zelgler of
and Mrs. R. C. olullonr"Mcln.llng
off! Aug 6. approved a re beautiful flower sent I
will find the and for the
Crews you Jacksonville to fix men.Regeneration.
and small son of Mr.Zeiglers .
Gainesville, were guests action of May 20
Irene Markham.ppy .- Like most everyone else who will cure the divorce Its by friends during the Illness and
Miss relatives
wek-end here with -
mer the .
spent Mr. and Mrs.J. to give I. .
parents It agreed
landings, Irene.In Isn't conceited she dislikes conj evil. It Is the only possible 1930 whereby death of John Capo.-Mrs. Emma
Also she hates any J. Zelgler Monday and Tues the County Board of Bond Trustees Leslie Capo, Fred Capo i'
celled people. Capo,
the fair city of Starke youI Mr. and Mrs. F S. Sapp were remedy for youthful delinquency school's'ahare
kind of school. But she likes togo : cures day. $2,000 out of the Mr. J. H. Manucy, Mrs. Oliver I'"
St. God's regenerating grace
"Blondle" Saturday. '
I see Elinor to the movies and swimming. visiting In and sustain them, so Mr*' H. I D.: May, and Miss Ida of slate race track funds. Mormon Mra. 1''. H. Ortagus. I":
work attended the sing men dally
who helps her father T. N. Norman
tm to use
In had
shopping The Trustees
Hagan, were ,
And Oh Yes! I almost forgot,
do not
Auto Store.n't .- Heights Sunday. they relapse. P
the Western from it Keystone Tuesday. these funds for county road and BUS SChEDULE '
certain brunette .1
there Is a
work too hard "Blondle. Mrs. Wade Gasklns was visiting Mr. and Mr*. Jim Coon of bridge maintenance. This action Northbound ''I' ,

Clara Mae Harley is also tak- LaCrosse. Marie Mrs. Eldon Sapp one day last. Newly Appointed Waldo, were visiting relatives Is expected to severely curtail the Leave Starke at 2:20: a. nv I

g a post graduate course.cky .- During her short life week. To here Sunday.Mr. work of the Trustees In properly 12:30 p. m., 1:45 p. m., '::1X p. {

Lawtey.The has been in two Important school Miss Dorthea Norman spent Missionary G. M. Bennett, of Jasper, keeping up the county system of' m., and 10:10: p. m. : '\. .
plays.. One of them "He Was Friday night with Miss Odessa HereAs with his Southbound I
boys. -Mllo and Preach spent the week-end roads and bridges
Sponholtz "
I A Gay Senorita we consider McRae and was accompanied Mrs. C. Sullivan.Mr. awarded gasolineand Leaven Starke at 2:40 a. m.,
the Ujnlver17 daughter, The Board I
land are i
of Florida. Follow the I very Important because It was jome by Miss McRae] who spent a special guest speaker for and Mrs. Thornton Johns, oil contracts for the current 10:20: a. m.t 2:20 p. m. and* tt:2O:

tber and good luck. our Junior play. The other was he week-end with her. the morning/ worship service on and children of Hampton, visited terms of school Tuesday. Free- I p.m.
boys "Miss Jimmie," which was a 9th Mrs. Loran Conner Wentbound
Mr. and and Mrs. Mau-
Sunday the Rev. the con-
here Sunday.Rev. I given
Jean Davis will soon be In the relative man Register was
ate College for Women.-How I grade play In some other school. and Miss Elna Conner attended rice Brantley, newly appointed Mr. Tlllman, of Jacksonville tract to supply Starke and Hampton Leaves Starke at 5:33: p. mw ,

.1.. R..... ....A T..t.... the birthday supper at the home missionary couple under the Foreign preached at the Baptist buses, Jake Roberts the and 11:30: a. m.EoMtbound.
I uic ucwa ttuuiiuWilla QVIILIV ALTA LORANE SMITHOn of Mrs. Conner's parents Mr. of the Southern .
I Mission Board church here Sunday afternoon.Mr. Hampton contract, and the Board
Vida Killlngsworth
Isl land Mrs. Rufus Crosby Wednesday Baptist Convention will be and Mrs. Howard Moore the Lawtey con Leaves Starke at 8:20: p. m.
king in the town Library.ladford the memorable date of July did not award at
and bus depot
night at Rising.Mr. church. In Ticket office
at the for their home
with present left Thursday tract.A .
High does do something, 15th 1923. a little girl
H. B. Kelly and due Service Station, corner
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Brantley were after a two weeks'visit was received Conway
I and blue eyeswas Belle Glade communication
orth while. golden red II Henry of Rising were visit- Africa In August, but In Highway 13 and 43.MAlARIA.
Hugh Ingham Is soda jerker born to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. son to sail for with relative here and from the town of Lawtey statingIt
| after-
ing In this section Sunday because of uncertain sailing conditions month to a
Gainesville.W. would $5
Carpenter's Drug Store. Smith. She Is called Alta Lor- pay per check
I date of her birth noon. their departure has been S. Sibley was transacting road patrolman at Lawtey Junior
tch out for the Army Hugh. On the
ane. of Starke was
Hazel and Mrs.
Miss Sapp Both Mr. .
[Clara Flume, graduate of :193t she was living at a small fishing Mr. and Mrs. delayed. Mr business In Starke Tuesday.Mr. High School if this patrolman 6'.66 In 7 days relieves
t coast of Florida visiting her parents Brantley are Floridians, and Mrs. C. Sullivan were was C. R. Whitehead. "Our reason -
the new secretary and we are resort off the : COLDSsymptoms
J. S. Sapp. Friday night. Brantley coming from Altoona, shopping In Starke Saturday aft for this actIon," the letterset
ally glad to have her with us.-I Allenhurst. After a periodof Mr. and Mr*. Carl Hllllard of' and Mrs. Brantley from Talla ernoon. forth "Is that the school first day
*P the good work. six she moved to Gra- their I Wonderful
up years visiting "Kub-My-Tlsm"-a
Woodlawn were hassee. Mr. Brantley completedwork Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mllllken should have undivided attentionof Try '
I Tracy Baker Is helping to run: ham where she now resides with Mr. and and Unhment
son-in-law and daughter at Stetson University and children of Ocala, visited Mr. the janitor at the school house
I SerVice station at Keystone.- mother'and brother. Salvo No**
her Thursday Tablet
Vanlce Keene theological degree and (the Liquid -
Mrs. received his and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Sunday. and In the boiler room;
n't stay up too late at night Some of the things Alta lilies night and were accompanied from the Southern Baptist Semi- patrolman should have Police Prep '

ce. are '38 Pontlacs traveling salesmen home by their daughter Margie nary In Louisville. Mrs. Brantley GRAHAM

and Daytona Beach. We who spent a few days here with Is the daughter of the registrarat I

H. S. This Year ,cannot blame you there Alta! Her. FSCW and completed her By Mrs. L. C. Smith

dislikes are few: History Mathematics them.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and work there and also the full Birthday Dinner

J I See It and conceited people. son Bobby of Sampson City were course at the WMU Training Sunday, August 11, marked the

This little lady has at last visiting their parents Mr. and School in Louisville. Their pres- date of a happy reunion for Mr
Well haled
another school year reached the height of 5 feet 1 Mrs. J. S. Sapp Friday night. ence will offer a rare opportunityfor and Mr.. 1''. A. Graves. who celebrated 1

around all too soon foins Inch and weighs about 108 lbs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill those who will lately be Interested their birthday on that
and soon enough for others White of Rising In Af FOR PREMIUM
A smile from a person means and Mrs. In their date. A delicious basket dinner
ere have been many change tries to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon .Brantley will preach beautiful
much to Alta because she were visiting rica. Mr was served under lh
the school since last term; for- I win friends by her flashing smile. Sapp Sunday afternoon. at the morning hour on Sunday. 'large camphor trees around their

lately these changes are foi I I One of her most embarrassing Mr. and Mra. P. D. Reddish This couple will accompany the home. About 00 friends and relatives PERFORMANCESinclair

e better, A notable and very I moments was when she forgot to and children of HeUbronn were pastor back from DeLand where I assembled for this occasion.

f ul addition to the curriculum say "Yes Sir" and "No, Sir" to visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Sapp they are teaching mission study : Among the out-of-town guests attending Ethyl a*"*""* stops
Home Economics, a subject) the Baptist Assembly.Miss O. O.
afternoon. In and Mrs.
Sunday courses were: Mr. .
eh! all girls will be requiredtake I the principal. John L. Gasklns and Dr. Talory Doris Crews, Jennelle Grave and daughter Shirley, Mr. knocks In oven th. highest com

In order to graduate.. of Jacksonville were visiting Mr.J. .. Hutchlns Mr. and Mrs. A. E.Llghtfoot. and Mrs. J. W Abernathy, Mr. pr..tlon_d of Iho now car*.

The condition of the building 9P News S. Sapp Saturday.Mr. are attending the Assembly and Mrs. Dana Fuquay, all of Premium companion to tho

also Improved over last year off with and Mrs. Tate Crosby of representing the Starke Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs.. Doublo-Rango H-C.
e floors have We feel that we are this sec acting famous :
been recently school Rising were visiting In church, Mr. Llghtfoot I la Odell Abernathy and son Jack
rubbed and look clean thai .a bang Into our new yearIn I of department
so a
I and tion Sunday afternoon. In the capacity Mr. and Mr. Bobble Surrency
pm students (Including myself) spite of an early opening People are thankful for the head and Mrs. Lightfoot is sec and daughter Mabel and son Gerald -
"ought they There anne the warm weather.. There are i this week. records for the Wil-
[ were new. I section rains they are having retary of all of Tampa Mr. and Mrs.
new additions to the high thirty-one pupils In our our I WMU department of the Assembly lard Smith and sons, J. W. and : I I'
'hool faculty and many new many of whom are HAMPTON which Issues nearly a Paul of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. :' ,
pUs who are rapidly beginning school for the first time. To and Miss Ada JVImmo thousand WMU awards each year. Lloyd Green and children of *
feel at home In the friendly we extend a hearty By The Assembly opened on Tuesday Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim

'wosphere' of B. H. S. Of course,, ', If we may assist them In any to way do Mr. and Mrs. Audra Turner of night and will have Its last session Graves and :Mrs. Charlie Graves
'St< year's 'at time we are ready of Mr. evening of next
senior missed bj
are any Cogsdale. Ga., are guests on Thursday of Tlfton, Ga.
lcu'ty' and students alike but so. Turner's mother, Mrs. A v I e week with a great dedication All reported having had a wonderful -

WV' could not remain with us al- Our class elected the following I I Turner. service. The Assembly Is In the day and wished Mr and

( 'IYa, and there Is always a new officers to serve during the 1940- I I Miss Kathryn Weest Is spend- college buildings of Stetson University I-I I Mr... Graves many more. happy dliNfl

rP to rise up and take their 41 term. ing this! week with her brother IieLand.! The pastor birthday

,aCes Taking everything Into President-Bishop Myrlck. Vice Gorden \Yee t, of MiamI. return for Sunday Services here,, Mrs. Fred Johnson and daughter -

''"sl'leratlon.' this term howe President-Olin White Secretary I I Prof. M. W. Morrow who has and will preach at the evening Anna Jean, and Mrs. Eva

mise of becoming one of theOSt -Billy Parker. Treasurer-Betty enlarged and repaired his home, I III hour on Sunday. Counts of Waldo were visitingMr.

successful In Bradford High Jean Wade, Reporter Charles In the eastern part of town. has I to see them. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and
tory II and attractive always glad after-
I beautiful
Smith Tuesday
Jones. on his lawn a and family have Mrs. L. C.
-Mary Townsend Charles Jones, Reporter. fish-pond which Is overshadowed J. H. Saxon I
I this week Jesse
with multi-colored I 'aa guests noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds GACCINI
of Pompano.
enior Class News 10M News wafer lilies. and I and Mrs.family W. T Saxon of Oakland and children of Reddlck were '

I Mrs. Jessie Mae Sparkman I recently been visiting visiting Mrs. Reynold's parents,

Thursday morning during the officersfor Junior, of Gainesville are Park has at Starke. Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland over
10M reports that I son. Mrs.sparkman's friends here and
with I
me Room Period. the aenlon have been spending this week of Starke was the week-end. I
''eeted the school year Mr. and Mrs.C. Earney :Mian Carolyn Flnnel of Day 4 .; ,'-,; t.- '
their class officers for the elected. They are as follows: parents I transacting business here this ;
rn of 194041. Officers were Buford. Vlce- ]M. Dennison. tona Beach and Miss Margie
15vte4 President-Gloria Anderson of Jack- Starke were visiting : '
l E. week.Mrs. Mathew of
as follows: Phillips. Sec The Rev. E.: C Morris and daugb- m .
J4tk Hall President Louise Presldent-Verlena Treaa- sonville preached at the of Everglades Miss Alta Smith Sunday.
Jackson. Eame- Une, "
ordan Vlce-Pre.ld retary-Richard Church last Sunday evening.He ter. of Mrs. :Mor- Mrs. Roy Robert. of the State Company (Inc.)
I e n t, irli Edwards ReporterIda dIet Interesting City are the guests Mr. and Mr*. Agen' Sinclair Refining
"' urer-Jean delivered a very I Farm was visiting
Secrary. Louise StemI't"urer. Y. Saxon.
Alta Lulu Davis.It to an audience of eager rU father. B.and Mrs. James Guy C. B. Roberts Friday.Mr. .
Smith-Reporter. that the class sermon The Rev. and :Mrs. Leo Ayers returned E. TUCKERPhone f
the election of these of- was agreed '. I John Guy. visited In : H. :
cents per of and son. In Gainesville -
ten K. Prince home
eers be "T O. to their
and the cooperation of the t dues would have I and Mr.: Gainesville this week.
that we here this a week with l l10
"lor believe visiting after spending
ClaJIIJ, we thboL I montb. We Tampa were Ida Maxwell and grand- FloridatiJ' 1
are sure In the time Mrs. Mr. and :Mr*. Starke
nicest rooms were at one I few the latter's parents, 158
the They a ,
year will go down m nis- one accom- week. havea lIOn Bruce, are spending .
'r hope to I town and :}I. Johnson.
we 1
as one of the best Bradford, building and residents of our who are days here.
this year. here
ever known. plish great tblngs Reporter. host of friends

Alta Smith, Reporter, Ida. Lulu DavI. \ 1.


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__ _ElGiIT_ BlU.DFORD CO "TT 7E1LGR.\rIL STARKE. fl.ORJD.\ -_ ____ nUn.\" .\t"r.t..._ !
-n ____ --''3rop L"Uratm. ) I
CONGRESS VOTES FOR Peaches Pay Way ., ,, -===>- \'

: The Bradford County Telegraph! language he understands-the language ofj i RusseilKay STARKE PROSPERITY For Canadian Trip .- meat ta.Jv.r g ,'I, .,.,_ 'II r'J eciit,f! '''l 1

guns, and tanks, and airplanes, and men to lows" : In u,Itiir4. }
It ,
run them. (Continues! from par one) Billy Jackson and Billy Dowl- have UHOI1 th.. .'' )'. LiiIi,1 I!
; ; \ i
:ITBuLtlMd Weekly on Friday aDd-Eatered 8 *- f tribute ,.. "110""_, tt ",1
: So won't ).ou. reconsider your !tattt- TOO LATE Other supplies! for which the Ing enterprising Starke youths, the Stat,. \'ral "'
; I. sja4 ClaM tUrr at abe Po.* Office at BtarUe. FU. returned home Thursday, August8th. ''''''-h tin ,I ..Ai" ; II"determln.
let out contracts ;. "u
... ... ., .- -. ment John before we lose our temper and I I TO CLASSIFY camp will probably ., after completing a 3,500 .. I.'rlOla
include hay and fodder for excise' tux .f'Ion
:; ; : .' MEM.BERRInPRF.SS say what we actually think of a man-any I This to pretty gocxl tIme for II the division animals and some mile tour that took them as. far lected, '"t I ,"\ I, 'd "lI1/j,'
lected. In' ; '
: man-who objects to helping protect his i I ASMrtcaiw to give a little thought part of the gasoline required forth north as Windsor, a Sown in the from lb.pools. '1' I ...,' 1 .'''Ipj': rl..
of Ontario Canada. "
OO province The ""r
country because it might interrupt the l;to the parable about the man who motorized units. two drove their arl'lDo IJ
boys pick-up
.. "normal course" of his life? A man who Is buUt his house on the sand ana Camp Blandlng is a permanentcamp. truck loaded with peaches from A JOIx'r -
t4a4 ? the chap who built hU upon the It will be the trainingsite lug an A, .'I.'TION
so selfish that he is Fort Valley, Georgia, to Quincy "< ..!rot '
unwilling to forego for house units and to Se i to
:. ; Editor aad Owner rock. You will recall the for National Guard the ? .,' '''''''''
II:. 5Utrtews -- Illinois where they sold them Consti.' ,,,.. .Artl"1
.. .-,---- .. twelve months his week-end golf or his bunt on the sand while a very from several Southern States, and to I lug to Iho h"J'.lary"' ,l'rlda) a.V
.. -- -- ---- --- -- at a profit help defray expenses nr
SUBSCRIPTION: KA THyeart evening bridge and movies when the fate of beautiful and costly dwelling was should President Roosevelt'smobilization of the trip and spent several LEGISLATI'ftu: iv (! :: \\'L\'ED II,. ':"'" '"! ,

,. *l.50; W' Month. 75c-Payable la Advance his country hangs in the balance. A man foundation.waahed away a* it was without program the population be approvedby of days with relatives and. amendments OF F'OJUD ,,f 's"?:',loh'l'Tlig' rOil.8T.

.' k: AdurlJs..C. Hate AppUctioA who is so mentally nearsighted that he is buildIng the Congress will be Immediately friends of Jackson. Quincy beingJackson' i I of" the 4. ''"PoaiC fly "!<<< 8
_Today we are feverUhly camp I Cuntjtiii,, \'OIO Anti.
4 ... old home town. I :
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--- be
willing to gamble on the future of his home a SOrt of armored "house"for trebled.If Speaking of their trip to Can-.1 agreed to. and and A..1;" ,II Bli,'

.. Open Letter to Mr. John SI. Johnson Jr. America Congress has appropriated I divisions are placed at I tt> the .
... ..- his family, even life itself, for the sake of two ada (only of a few hours duration I Florida at elector th/n.'I ,.h") 'ab.8l !
.. billions for above figures "
Voting/ Man of Wayne, Pennsylvania another twelve months of luxury. Blanding. multiply the ) young Jackson said: 'Youwouldn't I Ion to be held ?? "n'ral <
have a two- will have art.r I hr.t
Were to
defense. two and the Ihy To
by you first
Dear John : Time magazine in its issue know .that Canada is at I II I ber. IlfO. I .I' 1ft
If and I ocean a million more men ) idea of what this community f'H' NOI
you your friends keep spouting navy. I a good war except that on the streets I e.tlon., rauritatlot "
of August 12, 1940 reports that you, a for the army. tanks, guns and may expect In the way at Section 2. ,al
don't see men
your screwy philosophy John we'll really you any young Supshall
an make great and I fall. conal..t ""I _. rand
that a
______ young banker, object to compulsory military begin to appreciate the words of David ffoea to machine. of increased population all. You can still buy all you I te tern 0' VIi o rIC7)) 1011

training because you do not want the normal powerful military want, and eat all you want, and I Justice ohall h .11 '"

Cohn of Mississippi who, in a recent letterto Franc was a great military; Chamber CommerceTo go back and forth from our, bot any this Incumbent shall "b.: nn IIf\

course of your life interrupted. her was long (b) Each amendment
the NeYork Herald power; army to Canada without Jimtke
Tribune put the country a I Court r t he
Speaker shall br- ",..,.t.'d Sup.
the world. Bring
For unadulterated shortsightedness and case for 'conscription in five simple words. termed the beet in : passport-all we had was ourdrivers fled eleoto, rf the by ihq
i M. She. too. apent bllliona for de licenses." time and pie, .., ,r Stat, It
'. amug, foolish complacency, John, you. take lie tersely squelched the Isolationists, and fense. The famed Maglnot Llnejwa .I Horace L. .Smith secretary of her. of the "..Ialu VOl r.Ink. at for"
eral tbl
the Ocala Chamber of Commerce Billy and Billy were gone 11 L electl .1,, ne '
the cake. congenital do-nothings in Washington supposed to have been impregnable Lp "''f "a I 't.f'.e"hnl
by and regarded as one of the top-i days and their worst car trouble p expiration '
the house on I
but like
'. Did it ever occur to you that some asking, in what Time describes as the "line- the sand-it was swept away.Military ranking men in this profession In L was a flat tire. The trip cost: fice.a tlon( ) of In Mil the,, -v..nt< ",f M*, ram

.. Cher young banker-perhaps in Czechoslovakia of-the-week": "Where are the Americans I is the state, will be principal I them $75: Jackson said. "and we 1 thereupon"" 'M i.imendm.duty ,} It ?
: essential ,
preparedness of the did have time I be Oovernor t. .LI'1
speaker at a meeting sure a good ,, u.p. ,iit,,, ,
-just us highly' civilized, just aa appreciative hiding? and It Is imperative that we:I Starke Chamber to be held In the: lieve travel Is very educating." Justice he shall of h.d 1 u,j J' ..fr1""nmCof ? iS.

of the good things of life as provide this nation with such se- his | t I
you O Woman's Club Friday night Au- Both boys finished Bradford high i Bppi ,1"hI, .S

-might also have objected to having the Who Would The Willkieerata Be, our curity.army But or no how matter powerful how large ournavy gust 23. at 8 o'clock.It school last spring.Can't after 1943. t and h.. fl'hi,,.'. Moniliiy,u '"()r In J hi:.,'1119f2
__ "normal course" of his life interrupted! And Where Would They Meet In Starke? unless bur military machine' is expected that Mr. Smith to a.hold Ih. .rn.If.i.er.. tnt I .I"I

But it was not a mere "interruption" that; We note from the daily press with no is built on a firm and solid I will value have for the a message newly reorganized of great Do Without six the year fIrst ih'ndiu h.g111111t:In Tuesday s I.

be underwent. Perhaps he was killed by a degree of pride or satisfaction, the forma foundation destruction.it cannot save us from Chamber here, and the general I Sargeant Elmo Strutb. In training of(d the) The Suprenu*u< .".,,)r(.'ourt'of'thi'Tui Vhii

Nazi bomb he off public is Invited to attend. Members at Camp Beauregard La., felt I I elected at th. g.neral.1
____ or perhaps "got light, tion of Willkie-for-President headquartersin I The totalitarian powers are preceding the c I if
he couldn't leave Starke and notknow expiration f
Chamber of Com
of the
losing only his job his home and his fam- confident to I., respect* termn '.f offln,,
our neighboring city of Jacksonville. of their ability con merce are especially urged to be what Is going on. Before' event of a varancy In om"| h,

ily. And all because his country was as I No organization of quer America-not with bombs or'! present. he left for the three week encampment -|I I term Justice and there be an 0 ,,1,
Republicans this the :
-- or They realize successor shall b ,,
unprepared ours.will be if I listen to plane ships. I Sunday_ he left the i for he balance of
_______________ as we but a grouping together of "Democrats" that military action against us Telegraph Instructions (and the i, term. the TOIL
human ostriches like and Senator Substitute Pastor I)I Section 4. (a) The
you would be difficult with little hope Supr.mio
seeking .to follow in the disgruntled footsteps money) for sending him the may hear, consider' and

Wheeler who stick your heads in the sand L of Al Smith who "walks out' the of BUcce... But still they ex-I The Rev. Dr. Wpn., Shaw will 1 hometown paper while he Ii' cases and exercise all deitri
on___ |(I and jurisdiction 'nrlr
and blandly try to forget the rest of the n peet to conquer us without firing occupy the pulpit of the LawtevMeui otmrav. The TolwrAnh heartily. an* in which case a as a .'
party every four years if its selection of a a shot. dlst Church during the last I dories such actions! I, member of the Court majority shall ol

world until someone comes along and blasts Presidential nominee does not. suit his personal Hitler and his cohorts what-. two weeks of August, in the absence n.'I' I I of stltute business a quorum, '*>r It for the diin

__ ____ your tail feathers off. whims.It ever else may be said of them, of the regular pastor. Dr. IVOTICK, OF The ELECTIOWHEREAS Legislature of I atoms power and Jurisdiction may
__ Did you ever stop to think, John, that was further are not "dumb." They know that Shaw was pastor of the church 1939, under the Constitution of 1885.;,1 (b) The Circuit" Judea ihjl i
stated that a "WiJlkiecrat" there is more than one way to for some time a few years ago, of the State of Florida. did pas* all times he "ubje t to call I tr
an old basking in the door- six Joint Resolutions proposingamendments
sun on
man a Supreme Court
organization would be set up in every win a war and their confidenceof and his former friends will be to the Constitution of the Chief by that Court

atep-say in Poland-might have objected county in the state. This ability to eventually overcome delighted to greet him again. He the State of Florida, and the .sam log the Justkthereof callhall b., ind nwl
were agreed to by a vote of three ,
- to having the "normal course" of his life 'caused America Is based on their belief is now living at Penney Farms. fifth of all the member- ..Ieetedto I 1'I') thereof In place a of* associate an) absent justlcn I ti
us sleepless
nights diiqui!
wondering that we are weak Internally and earn house: that the votes on or disabled justice
Interrupted? If he did, you may be sure just who would become charter membersif that through ,the encouragementof said Joint their Revolution were entered 1 to a division( but or no dm I'nt..nt
Local Guardsmen upon respective Journals i, .hall Include
more than oiwii
that it wouldn't get into print John, be- an attempt is made to form such club class hatred' and the constant with the yeas and nays thereon, Judge. A division shall coOl
a promotion of strife between Internal Now At and they did determine and direct I three memlieif- xuid,
cause people in Europe aren't permitted to in Bradford County. CampThe that the sail Joint Resolution be elusive of the. Chief Jumw cam,

object out loud. That is the unique priv- Would the membership come largely Jews blacks groups against-Gentiles whites against, labor: twenty-two m
ilege of fellows like you who, all too often, from among our farmers-the men who are against capital coupled with officers of Starke's Headquarters November NOW, ,THErtEFORF.140.! I.' R.. A. be less the such judgment mast (Involves if the ((11 Court I) i n

do not appreciate this blessing'any similar "fifth column" activities Detachment, Second Battalion tRAY, Secretary of State of thiI punishment. ,,i 2)) the deter
more this year getting good prices for their to- such as the Influence of 124th Infantry. Florida National State of Florida, do hereby tlon of a StateM' m Fedora!
our notice that
: than you do thousands of others that are bacco because of Roosevelt's control pro- youth through schools colleges p Guard, left here shortly afternoon aUIt'EKRAL ELECTION stltutlonal be brought cjuextlui Inti, t-ontrovwir, wheriln

taken for granted. The fact that and radical August 4, aboard a special will be held In each county In con.tltJtionalit) "if a Fedtn..
you are gram ; who have just begun to benefit from: organizations, a state Florida on Tuesday next succeed State rule, regulotlo
ungrateful clearly demonstrated of revolution can be brought train to begin a three weeks' ing the first Monday In November, atatut"l ,',, or by your new marketing platforms at Starke and about that will make it ; training period at Camp Beaure- A. D. UfO, the Bald Tuesday being be a dissent to the proposnl

unwillingness to give a year ,of your life Lawtey, largely built with Federal funds I' matter for Nazi agents and a simple leaders gard, Louisiana.. This Is the the FIFTH DAY OP NOVEMBER thereof merit of or a the division. i"hlvf") Justin by )a ,wi

to save it all. made possible the in this .country to In fartherest the local company has for the ratification or rejection of ordered by the Chief JuMlq
by Roosevelt step the
administration } .aid'Joint Resolution proposal I be considered by two dlvli
Can't and take control. ever gone from home to train I ingr amendments to the '
draw Constitutionof
you on imagination whereupon It shall require,
your a who jt
; are even now being paid by the and this will be the longest train- i the State of Florida vis: I, slderatlon( of two dlvlnioni II
Ijttle and While the./ Dies'Committee has I A JOINT RESOLUTION .'
picture a blighted child in ProposIngr Chief Justice.
government for improving their land ing period.A .
under been successful In covering un- the Amendment of Section 2> (c) The Chief Jostle| ibm i
France, who-lost, hungry, and separated the soil conservation ? We American activities and special train, leaving Miami of Article IX of the ConstitutionAbolishing / the chief adminlstratlva offlii(
program hardly I agencies, Ad Valorem' Taxation the Court and responsible fcI .
from its. parents-might tearfully have objected think there will be farmers i it baa not halted such activities I Sunday morning at 5 o'clock arrived for State Purpo.es. I I 'dispatch of business and rting
many among 'and here at 12:54: o'clock P. M., BE IT RKSOr.VED BY THE t.Ett-1 consistent decision; lie
to having the "normal course" of Its the Willkiecrats. new subversive movementsare I with six coaches and 202 ISI..ATITRB OK THE STATE OF I not be required to examlni I in
springing up faster than we men. FLORIDA: That the following: ,cord of a cause but may accfl''
life interrupted ? If you have children of Perhaps, then, the membership will be can investigate them. The special coach (previously amendment to Section 2 of Article ,conclusion of fact found by
IX of
the Constitution of the .
I vision and state In the opinii
your own, John, or even if you have only drawn largely from our business men Store- Every true American should be placed on a side track here' ) containing of and Florida relating to taxation''! ,accompanying statement ond
the Starke abolishing ,
group'and Its ad valorem taxes the law so mated Ind
,_____ felt your heart warm toward the towheaded keepers, who by their own admission have on guard today against the sinister equipment was picked up, and the for State purposes, be, and the ,cussed upon. and Its application\ to
effort being made to attack same I. hereby, agreed to, and I fact, but In event of an equi
offspring of a friend of yours, it largely kept going since 1932 train got underway again In ten shall be submitted to the electors vl.ion between tho e improperly
on receipts from
us within. We need cool I of the State
at the General Election I consIderIng a coO
minutes at I
ahould not be very hard for you to imagine from government relief payroll checks who heads and thoughtful minds and I : of Representatives In UfO, for ap I ,hall examine the record and d
the ; From here the special train f : rejection; that Is to say, tlctpate therein an other )ju i iHi
heartbreak must iabr |
that could arise from sucha eagerly urged and thankfully received not permit ourselves to be- traveled to Baldwin where It said Section a of Article* 1 1 the event the Chief:: Juitu
situation. Would have every come tools of those who aim at L IX be amended so as to read as 'unable to act for any Cam'Justice
_ you this dismal conceivable' WPA project from ditrh 'j' changed tracks for Lake City follows: continuum
___ Aicr.__ Democracy's longest in
u n .. downfall. Those Live Oak., Tallahassee, Se..tlon 2, ThA T......a,........ loft"1 vice and able t ti' act "hall'
tragedy reproduced in our own blessed ging, up and down, until Bradford County who openly praise Hitler Stalinor points out of -, 'and---- th..n---.. provide.tor' r ii inw'r.;;; ;'- afi; stead) with like effect.
I state until arriving dent to defray the of
country with you and your family and ha? gained the reputation of being the most Mussolini or who goose-step at Its Louisiana destinationat State, Including State expenses appropria the A JOINT RESOLUTION; : PfIng
friends in as members of some bund tions for the benefit of the unl- Amend Section I Am
the are to
leading roles?- and all be- WPA-blessed 6:50:: o'clock Monday form ,
county in the United States. not the ones to cause us undue morning. ,system of free public schools o f the Constitution$ of tlof
cause you object to having the unormalCJOIUI'8e" We Before leaving the state the train provided In accordance with Artlcl C Florida Relating to County|
hardly think there will be many business !- alarm. Our real danger rests had 14 cars and 447 XII of the Constitution and of the mis.loners.BR .

of your life interrupted for twelve men among the Willki rats. with hatred those who preach class Two changes, In the men.personel ing State, for Institutions each fiscal of'year' higher, and learn also : IT RKSOr.VEnLEOISLATPRE; OF THE BY 81

brief months? who would set one group of the a sufficient sum to pay the princIpal Section(
Perhaps then the relief workers themselves against another, who company here were made and Interest of the existing indebtednes. )1" FLORIDAThat: ('onstltutlon
Artlcl 8 of the
It is very hard to be 'patient with fellows -those to whom a government checkmeans the totalitarian doctrines sugar-coat and W.the day before leaving. Sergeant December.Slst of ,the A. D.State; but after Hate of Florida, reUtl..
H. Graham had to withdraw lIfO no levy ounty Commissioner) *. b w
like you, John. It is and slyly advocate them of ad valorem taxes. upon real or amended M
you your pork and pants, will flock to the t! through organizations because of dependents, and private personal property except Intangible same. Is hereby to and Ih

misguided friends, perhaps, who have been Willkie standard. But anyone who has which pretend to promote George Silcox withdrew due State property: .hall be made for any; amended submitted Is to agreed the elec tonic 0
everattended Americanism or hide be- purpose whatsoever; and Section the *'
to illness. State of Florida' at .
inserting advertisements in the daily papers a meeting of the Board of County, neath the cloak of religion. All listed to fill Two the privates were en- same 8 U of hereby Article repealed.XII be, and the 1hi,1 lecUon ot RepreaefltBtIVCIeld approval
vacancies, and In 19fO for
shouting such gibberish as "Stop the Drift Commissioners teach Intolerance stir I
and has seen guantfacedwomen up strife, were James O. Sewell and .ctlon. Said( Sed Ion I o

_ to War-Vote Against Conscription." pleading for and aim at the destruction of T. Myrick. Zack A JOINT ItESOLUTIOV Proposing ., a. amended, shall rem4 0
sewing an
room employment our national unity. Amendment to Article XVI of lows:
On second thought-perhaps you have will hardly Those attending training camp the Constitution of Florida Adding "Section 6. That there *'
expect to see many relief Today It Is great to be an are: Lt. T. T. Thereto an Additional Section Per. In, each of the County Cooner's .
something there John. There 'was Long. Lt. R. G. mlttlng the Creation of a Commis. district" as _hall '
no workers si
___ war at the first AMERICAN. Rich
________ WillkieforPresidentmeeting. or poor, youngor Kldd. Sergeants E. R. Struth, sion Empowered to Orant Paroles law, from time to time II

in Denmark; no war in Belgium ; very little old, an AMERICAN I Is a king ahd James Dennis, corporals Sam' or tion Conditional of Prisoners Release or Proba. county a Conmiliwionw 09tttidre ,"tt ,

war in France Holland Poland. Yes compared to the people of any Alvarez R. L. Dobbs Criminal Offeii.es or Per.ons With b,e ele..t..d by the at the tln I
or Another angle that has Al Kay Under Supervi 0 of said countY :
us puzzled is lion
other nation on earth. While Carlisle I I tor 01 0ftleen.
and R. C. ip lace ot voting
vnpreparedness certainly keeps out of where such Long, and privates HE: IT RESOLVED BY THE Mhall, hold hi'
you a meeting could, with propriety. our government may be far from I Brunner Barker LEOI'lI\TUHE' ol.fi and ho
John OF THE: STATS!; r four years.. provided. .
war; John. You simply see the enemy com- be held. Surely those who comdemn the perfect while our way of life Crews L. H. Harper, Ed Malone I OF Section FLORI[\I." !hat the Counlv Com15ected elotll'
That following'e
injf and surrender because know it New may not be all that we would Joseph Kelly, Sam amendment to the i I In the general numb'
you you Deal and hate the very ground that have Simpson Steve Article XVI of. thelli. '40, from the even
it be. nevertheless the standards Walker, Jack Shepherd Constitution of the State of Florida trlct, shall ..'< t
_ would be useless to fight. Everything Roosevelt treads would not feel comfortable of living and the field of Goodge Bob Theodore by relating to Miscellaneous Provisions and *those from ve1..fojd(|{tour nui,
Myrlck adding
_ lovely and' peaceful. But who, in the name holding a Willkie meeting in a building that, I opportunity for each individual I Johnson Morris Jackson, Walter James ot Section said to be thereto known an as Section additional 32 I I I and districts thereaftei.hall serve I in* 'for.r"'rl,,,*t tifour

______________ of.: God; wants peace on such terms, John? except for the WPA, might never have been found in this country Is far above that I O. Sewell, and Zack T. Myrick. Pllcabl! Article to the XVI creation specifically of a Coma co-I .nd compensatl years.'rho' J'S .uhommisutoflero fi
anywhere else. mission
_ unless it be you and Senator Wheeler and constructed. } or conditional authorized to grant parole.i C. ,hall be
Gentlemen of such fine sensi- Here your home Is still Geo. Inman AuctioneerGeorge of releases or probation i b'ylaw."

________________ the friends of Hitler who would like to see bilities might feel a slight tinge of consci- castle, your children are your your Inman hereby prisoners agreed under to and supervision shall be sub-is A JOINTIng RF. OI, lo ,r-

I him get what he wants with the least possible ence denouncing Roosevelt in own. You can speak as youplease Representative Bradford County of mittel Florida to the for'lectors of the Stat I to Amend bCCtl0fl Of' (th'
to ratification
our the Con..tltutlon
new city State Legis- or reI X of the E
_ ,trouble and expense. hall which, thanks to the New Deal, several please, come listen' to and any go programyou as you lature, Is auctioneer at the East to be held at the In next UfO General as follow.r Election I tl of on Florida ot Certalr It"lntlflsi propertY Ir h'' I
Palatka Section:
_ Even a Boy Scout knows enough to years ago replaced a crumbling fire-trap. like on your radio. You may re-opened Livestock and held Market, which 'create a. Parole 92. The Commission Legislature may..m'power..d T axat}ii F:Ion IT: R F r.t0tXPT: ) ittEOlsLATtlItt !

_ "Be Prepared," John. 'And surely, holding Where else could such a meeting be held 7- bargain collectively. worship as under new management its first sale ditional releases to grant or paroles probation or con. L ;: OF THE'.Ctn;
Wednes under FI.OnID.'ha
0 F ""
choose. ;
you You know official o.IIIU"
___________ down, a responsible position in a bank, as In our new court room-made possible by FREEDOM LIBERTYand day. .It was a very successful persons supervision charged with to prisoners or Article IX of Fl'*,or< Ida Y relall l '"
do criminal
as no other sale ofIn",1 the State of ??
you do must require at least as much com-, the WPA, to relieve overcrowded conditions people in the world. Inman stated, "and top qualltlcatlon! and and may Provide for the I th* exemption 'f' '."'aln, tile
prices method of $
were realized from taxation ldnt ,X
moo sense as that possessed by a 12 to 18yearold in an outgrown courthouse In our American You and 130.000,000 other offerings." Sales are on the expedited many for Ing their the Commission term of office members the .teet-I I Is hereby amended.to and ,an hStt" ah, .<,,]

_ __ boy. Really-deep down in your Legion Home-a civic center which Americana nra, the, -- foin.itlnnupon -u__ and payment Is prompt and there the ot Which discretion shall be wholly I ted Is' agreed to! the el"l c"'>" tf the nra 31'',
which this nation rests. la .. of the .... Florida at the flCXt1 I -
_____________ heart-you know that year's training for might never have come to grace our community It falls it will be because we If ,I.should" iiui interest ano saie" fee, which A JOINT RESOLUTION to be he ld ttr'l' iaftH- fftlon | '

every 'able-bodied man in America would except for a Rooseveltconceivedprogram have failed to understand and this area. Inman livestock added. men of the In& an Con.tltution Amendment to Article Propo.ch IX of r I VI LY after. 19tO.the (or IIII"UImbel'
not put 'us one step closer to war,'don't you, ? In -'our, new Armory-the pride appreciate the blessings that are ning next week sales will Begin be Finance'Iorlda,, Relating to Taxation the State and of I 1 r.''j..cUon.Bald Ih':1Ir)I Artlcl.a. I I
ours. Let us not be held by Thereto '.d
misled Ad.
_ John? Of course, you do. of the town-long needed, but never possible -: false doctrines or permit ourselves by- every Tuesday. dttlonal Legislature Section of the Authorizing! the to am,-wit ended: .hall
State 'rh.'rpt
.As a matter of fact, John, it isn't so until the time of WPA? to become affiliated with NOTICR-OP r.LECTIOVa Several to Allocate'' and Dlribut of Florida to thE em"s.ctl"n from I.taxallHnnSrod"I

hard to figure out-is it? that if group or organizations that ,*Iv W'BMlddleton, mayor of lain Coutile"! of the State, C.I'I the. value ot 10 ,y""
we go The list could go on indefinitely, but Kkt.Florid" r: virtu of thereby I Collected Taxes Now Levied and I to every widow nd ffI"
_ teach intolerance or class hatred. authority vested me by and to ae Hereafter' bona fide f| u
ahead and make ourselves law do Levied son who 1. a ,
apparently invincible. the point, we hope has been made : call an election to 1..1 and Collected by has lo.t
clear. Ina See to It that you are a ROCK at th8 city hall be I of Florida. the State I th e State and war or M
Hitler will leave us alone. If he town 'In th" ator..ald fiE: IT been, disabled In
that that the RESOLVED
community has fared as well as foundation and not a Ttie4&y. qualified voters on I'ILATURE' : BY THK! LKn2F fo rtu n.." co..r.!

wins (God forbid !) the Battle of Britain wewill ours during eight years of Roosevelt the grain 0 f shifting sand and the purpoeq SepteMber of lettng 10th.the, 1.fO. for FLORIDA; THE t h.STATE OF The rotes proposed,ut l 1"m">',
Inc follow following.mint with said cla'all"Id <>'B
not then be forced to grovel humbly in organization club Americas. .hou.." will weatherany otrlc..r.On* : n. to Article IX of the I an the can va... hdII b' ..
,, a to encourage Democrats storm. Three Mayor. Ida, of the State of Florre turns thereO f. ration. ..
the dust at his feet, whether through to bolt the Iflepectors Aldermen. ance, "n5..to taxation and tin to the same r II'Uwid'" D
I party it seems to Peek ?' eelS election: J I.. adding thereto an additional ictiofli as arep In tII.I' .
(economic from inva- LARGER CROP THAN A. H. John., and T. S. section to be known aa .t0hl0fh I
pressure or ,physical us. come under the same classification USUAL Witllama. tlon II of said Article Seefo general

aion. We will be able to ''talk terms with Italy's betrayal of France which as Suwannee County Negro farmer .ub.crlb.In t..tlmony whereof, I hereunto ot Florida the Legl.latlll' of IX.the authorIlIlng Stat- of Florida.IN .l'fOSY worst.,t I,,.
was called are my name and to allocate and h..r..unlo
raising a cauae distribute
larger than seal the have Gr..I'
him and they will not be altogether IllS by Roosevelt 01 the sail town to be h.r.- the to the several counties of and attlud the F'o''
himself usual
"a stab in the back ofa crop of turkeys for the Fall unto arfiaps, this the 8th., !:It ate. Certain' excise taxes State o'Taliahas'C. '"
Au of now the C.P'
'. terms, for we will be speaking the only1 friend." market, according to N. H. Ben- (SEAL u.t) A. W D. E.l4G. after levied levied and' Collected and and to be br. of t 'AUf"","
-b- nett. Negro farm AUe.t. MlddI.tfl Mayor. State of eolUcted by the I the lat daY
agent. Florida"' la
hereby .. Tr'
Carl Johns to and agreed CB-' -
J City CUrk. elector. of h U.vb* "Omitted to the SE'ALUf. A rot.t1 ..
Stat of Florida 11-' s
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