Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 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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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenHTAUKE.

LyjN: FLORIDA .'IUUAIUIST- -_ __ n_'_.__. 2S.. 1840 -
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Bradford Levyut :I I From Donkey Cart To Limousine $3,760,000 Asked i

Five Mills ,
t' t For Blanding''
L r
'ifia/ion Of County Road And Bridge Sinking I ;
fund Accounts For Saving Some Homesteads rTnr Department !Wants Huge Fund For New fI 1 1,

Free Of All Ad Valoremeal I Con.4lructlon--Eventual Expenditure May '.

Reach Seven Or Eight Millions

and personal property owners in Bradford County

fe be pleasantly surprised to learn that their 1940-41 taxi $3.700,000 is a lot of money. *.

will be considerably less than last year following a cutIthe If the War Department gets what it wants this tidy little

general county millage from! 37 mills thin year to sum will be spent within seven miles of Starke-You guessed '

| 32 mills for the next. This cut in assessment was it : At Camp Blanding.

Le v by the County Commissioners in a special meeting g-_ Congressman II. A, Green stated Tuesday in Washington I

day of last week: at which time a permanent budgetthe that bids calling for an expenditure of $3.760,000 for con-

year beginning October 1 was adopted, totaling r .,, struction at Camp HIanding will be asked by the War Department

009010. The reduction in millage will save ALL within the next two weeks. This i is only the be-

owners, homestead and non-exempt alike, $5 on prop-each : ginning-The Total expenditure planned will run between ''
and 8 million dollars.
assessed valuation. I 17
boo of ..
she five mill cut was effected in the County Road and II ".f The new figures make $750.000 ; .
(the amount originally planned to
dge Interest and Sinking Fund, and a remarkable reduc- I ;
be spent at Blandlng in pre-Na. :
r ? tnf. this' item. nf .
We levy *w ,
llonal Defense days) seem a mere '
made In the
has been ,
use drop in the bucket.

omission.I ten years The by levy the for County this,: City Politics I In 1913 she rode in a donkey cart. Today she could ride In a Rolls Royce, If she chose. ThatIn Saving ChildrenHampton When the news broke, the pulse -

E ITEM In 1930 was 27 mills. ( terms of transportation) is the story of Judy Canova who was born in Starke and rose to of Starkeltes took another Jump ',I' t:

year it was reduced to five fame on her ability to yodel and tickle the public fancy with her version of what a hlll-bllly looks and individual temperatures rosea '",
Warms Woman couple of degrees. F. C. Hol- ,
is, and this year NO levy wase Slightly and acts like.
llngsworth. local real estate man,
all for this Item, al Judy's motion Fatally Injured
at starring picture "Scatterbraln was recently released and will be shown In called at the Telegraph office for '

eh around half a million dol- W. p Smith Enters Starke within the next three or four weeks. Those who have already seen it say It Is swell. fly Rolling Auto Option Contracts, a legal form t

in County Road bonds la Race For Miss Olive Ray who taught Judy in the first grade, says that even at that early date she likedto that has not been, used here since ." .
; Late Monday afternoon Mrs
outstanding. "act out" stories and wasn't a bit bashful a'>out reciting and other public appearances.In the boom days of 1925-26.
5 Run For Avery Dennison and her two
Clerk A. J. Thomas explained the above picture, of ancient Judy's. sister ,"
vintage, Anna Is holding her, while her brother small children Carl and Shirley, "With news like that coming
In 1933
"Back ,
situation. de- City politics warmed up Tuesday Pete sits in the cart and brother Leo stands in front. The house In background Is the old Spark- were going to Crystal (Sand from Washington you'd better 1'1 ,
"when our county
I t'
said man house at the' of ,. I print up a batch of options" Mr '
llted for the first time on our night when petitions for can- corner Church and Call Streets. Pond) Lake to escape the ter- advised "
could foresee that the didates were opened and read by 'rific heat and eat supper. Also Holllngsworth i
|d9, we
other revenue be- the City Council at the regular 'along In another car, were several The advertising of the new bids

i tax the ad and valorem levy,' would meeting. It was learned for the Facts Rumors Keep Interest HighIt 1 relatives. Somehow, along will be made through the construction '

ease, and that Interest ratesId first'' time that W. P. Smith the wuy, ''Mrs. Dennison took the quartermaster In Atlanta .
owner of the Starke road, ended a different GH. The contracts will ba
Stave Mill wrong up on -
be decreased by a careful j is entirely possible that a In the meanwhile here are a 1 Extensive enlargement plannedby let for the construction of temporary ,
would be a candidate for Hide of the lake than did
nding program. We have Mayorof complete stranger could come to I few facts and rumors that are local A &: P store buildings to accommodatethe
Starke the others. Leaving her at
istantly worked forward withIn running against N D. Starke today ride up and down occupying the minds of local citizens Officials of the Hell\ TelephoneCo. car two National Guard divisionsto
Wainwright, Jr. who the top of a steep hill, she stepped -:
i view until now our county I announcedfor the length of Call Street, observe during the Week ending August ., were seen In conference Wednesday be encamped at the Clay '
this office several ( out to try to. spot them.
|free of taxes for Road Bond weeks ago. I the usual August Inactivity and 24, 1940. They come so with H. A. Bishop owner County reservation with a
Then[ the cur, unrestrained personnel
Interest purposes.! There is I The Incumbent Mayor Dr. W. E. !think: "Well, here Is Just another thick and fast that the Telegraph of the Starke Telephone Co. Na- by totaling between 38,000 to iti i," .
Middleton brake. began to roll down the
reason in sight now why it is not seeking reelection sleepy country town, dozing has not had a chance to verify ture of their business was not 40,000 men. II i
luld not continue so." in the September 10th muni- through dog days." we're simply repeating them as disclosed.The\ sharp Green said that the $3,760,000Is f
cipal balloting. What the would not hear them Chamber f Commerce Punlc. trlcken for fear that her
[For the first time 'since en- stranger we : o the first Installment of the
ed by the Legislature in 1935 Two more surprises were catch, through hla casual observation Local hotels report full houses dally receives requests for advice children might be hurt, Mm. Uennlson total program estimated to cost :

steads _will be absolutelyof stored In the petitions. The would be the undercurrentof All restaurants are doing a good; from new businesses. Interested Jumped in front of the car between seven and eight million .' ,

ad valorem taxes in Brad. names of W. H. Hart, veteran excitement the rapt I d-f ire business, and at least one Is op- In locating here.. Most re and attempted to atop It. Im- dollar He Indicated that the

County except In four sub. Starke furniture store mingling of fact and rumor the eratingat full capacity. cenL.was from a man ,wanting to mediately she \wan knocked down, sum Is being allocated from President ",

fcool districts which have a and S. E. Sparks, operator'l whispered have-you-heards that Congressman Lex Green is con- open a tailor shop. Requests for and the wheel went ovfr her Roosevelt's special emergency .,

tided Indebtedness, and are: and School Board have completely lifted the sum sidering another store building on homes, apartments, and rooms body again and again; as the defense funds In order that construction
advanced in the of 1940 of the dull Call Street between also far exceed automobile continued down-hill,
proper. manner mer out pat- .Bryant's the supply, .might be speeded up at
nice.2 Mills Levy''''la: as cjindldates!: fo.t!:,..Cj y Council- tern of previous years. Cafe and .Knight Knight's,.of. If its business develops as expected she was dragged with ,it. The Camp Blandtng. War Department j'

S. (Hampton) 'men. Petition for entering upon The magic phrase that ha.sbrought face -r a Gainesville 9gas.1 company car stopped with' Its- front& wheelsIn *,. '.. ', engineers are now at Camp Bland .
Starke the >
( ) ..A8 the ballot.the names of the Alder this remarkable changein Overtures are already being wll|..operate k. plant here, water Ing assembling preliminary data
8 (Lawtey) .18 men whose terms expire October undercover atmosphere Is no made for the locatton'of a Greek open a branch office For 45 minutes Mrs. Dennisonlay necessary for the calling of the

.8 (Brooker) 18 1 were read and are: L. A. Can- witch doctor's gibberish I nomaglclan's restaurant here.* The, would-be Ritz Theatre Is said to have broken, but conscious, while blda. /

|In all four instances, except ova, Don L. Hoover, and H. A. hocus pocus, but a proprietors foiled to make' deal plane for new and! larger quarters her children frantically screamed Green expressed pleasure over

lI.tey, the levies are the same Bishop. The peltlon to run N. simple two-word name -Camp for a location here last If patronage demands I and blew the horn In hopes of the announcement that his disc

[ last year for the above sub- I D. Wainwright, Jr., for Mayor Blanding. week, however because the priceof There Is probability of another I'' attracting their relatives' atten- trlct 1. 'destined to have the second -

001 bond levy. Lawtey was .was read also.Although There are those who expect the lot desired suddenly ad- Green building, facing Court tion. When It finally dawned largest National Guard camp

d five mills from 13 to 18 only 25 names are Starke to become a city overnight vanced from $1,500 to $2,000.At Street behind the Courthouse upon the other folks, elsewhere on within the United State It U

fls.Tbe I required on the petitions, the There are those who expect least six more new homes Lunch, to house a bowling alley. the lake, that the noise they estimated that approximately

state assessment remains sheet asking that W. H. Hart's I it to become a modem are "ready to go" as soon as Plans are going forward for heard was not chlld's-pluy. they 117,000 acres of land will\ be utilised.

i fame as last year, which is I name be placed on the ballot Sodom. There are those who be- someone can be found to build the greatly enlarged Coca-Cola came quickly to make a tragic Nearly 90,000 acres of

i maximum allowed by law. A contained 31 signatures, How- lleve that 40,000 men will be at them. bottling plant here. discovery: Mrs. Dennison was that was leased recently by the

htltutlonal amendment will be ever, across the bottom of the 1 Blandlng by October. And there Gainesville furniture man said Quigley &: Davis lumber and I fatally Injured a condition de- State Armory Hoard from the
led on in ,the November Gen- 'fare skeptics who refuse to believe to be looking for store location building material company la In sorlbiid by Dr. Jennings us "mul Penney estate.Murphy.
was a request signed
\I Election to end ad valorem Mr.petition Hart that his name not be anything until they see It. here. Its remodelled home on Call tiple fractures of the pelvis, numerous .

utlon for state purposes. The placed on the ballot. Even Time--the bent old man with the Sistrunk's pool room will be enlarged Street. Storage building In the "rib fractures Internal In-

ie levy is divided as follows: though a name Is not printed ,long gray beard-will eventuallyprove making room for two rear have been enlarged and juries. Sales

1 For: Mills Levy: upon the official ballot if a sufficient who's right more tables. modernized. One hour later, Mrs. Dennison
ite: School Fund 1 died In a Galnoivllle ambulance
number of voters write-In ---- ,I
'lock! Sanitary Board 1-2 and vote for the name electionto False Fire AlarmChief before It reached a hospital. To Be ResumedClerk

Ie Board Health' 1-2 the office Is entirely possible. I Expert AdviceAt Manassas Plan Funeral service: were held

urn fund 3-8 After reviewing the petitions, A. L. Alvarez this week Wednesday, 3 P, M., In the Christian

Text Books 3-4, O. L. Beasley moved and L. A. said he can give no explanationfor Church at Hampton and Of The Court

ulon Fund 1 3-4 Canova seconded that the names Club TonightChamber the false fire alarm Tuesday New TheatreDe burial was at Prevatt Cemetery. Will Give Details

be placed on the official ballot afternoon around 12:30: o'clock. Survivors Include: her mother To Those InterestedSale
tai 47-8, for the City Election of September Mr. Alvarez added that there Is and father, Mr. and Mrs. Frank

The levy for the the general 10. The motion carried of Commerce practically no way to trace the Luxe Structure Johnson; her slater; Mrs. George of lands taken over by

ctlonlng of the various county unanimously. firings 3 Speakers irritating occurance, and that the To Have CapacityOf Rahme; her husband, Avery Den- the Stale of Florida under the
"rtments remains the same as offenders simply have to "get nldon, and two children. Act will
Murphy begin again
I year, 32 mills. Although F. F.secretaries Stump and of the the two Starke ex- I For Open Meeting caught.. and when they do I 1,000 Seats after August 23 A. J. ThomasClerk

Ie money will be spent due to ecutive Everytlme a false alarm Is turned Manassa Deadline Near of the Circuit Court and
Chamber of Commerce were be- I In the Woman's Club Mlna : Grady proprietor
"Dry sponsorship of various W. Tonight In, It costs Starke. needless sum Agent of the Internal Improvement -
A- fore the Council requesting the at 8 o'clock, ready-and- of the Rita Theatre here, an- For Tennis EntriesToday
less. It Is not
projects needed by our towards building of $30 more or Fund Hoard here, said yes
l1.ens, the millage remains the city to give $25 a month willing! citizens, eager to aid and ,known where Tuesday' alarm nounced yesterday afternoon that terday.

due to an increase in ,the maintenance of the Chamber. L. I abet the sane growth of Starke 'originated. I a suitable site for the construe Is the lust day for tennis I Sale were conducted on theM

d valuation of property in A.Chamber Canova of moved Commerce to give$15 the for "will be told a few things. tlon of a new deluxe theatre cap- fan to qualify to enter the',lands up until April I, at which

county from 11.036.982 this They will be told by Horace L. Add To homeWork Co-Ed: Inter-city tournament to time the Internal ImprovementBoard
and de- !able of seating 1,000 has
r, to the month of September person I II b.. held here next week. The
$1,092.257 onltstoeaOcala
for the next Smith secretary of the which han charge of Ute
cide later what to do thereafter. t been obtained. Work will begin [ tournament will
begin Monday
rThe larger the valuation in Chamber of Commerce. began recently on additions I I sales! called a halt to make several -
county the more money each I The motion died for lack of a .credited with doing one of the to the home, on Cherry In the very near future, hej i night and the final winners will changes found necessary In

I II( levied will collect. Tax As- I, second. W. M. Edwards could openly not ;, mot masterful Jobs, along this Street, of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. added. receive trophies of achievement, the procedure.

!or E. W Hayes stated that favored the motion but of the i line. in the state of Florida, Ilrownlee. Extentlona to the living I The exact location wan not revealed of which there are nine. Mr Thomas stand ready to

"""dual assessments will remain second as he Is chairman who is j Mr. Smith will tell the how and dining rooms will be due to the fact, Mrs. The winners of the singles and give full detail regarding the

lame except in a few cases. Council. H. A.of the Bishop Chamber of I when, and why of C. of C. work, made, which will provide ten feet Grady said, that the decision to the two person forming the wlnClinIC I sale of Murphy Act lands to any
The levy for the not a member more room from end-to-end team In the doubles In three one Interested.Tax .
members house here
county's or- with give valuable hints to build a new movie
,1ry Commerce, fought the move I north and south), Charley Powell divisions (Juniors!, men and +
( lands passed to
expenses Is divided up as backing''of the recently reorganized Starke wall just made Thursday morning, I delinquent
1111 In the following table O. L. Beasley fifth member Chamber of Commerce. The carpenter for the Job said and no definite arrangements women) all receive trophies. state title on June 9, 1930 when

I For Mill\ Levied: him. Don L. Hoover, not meeting will not be confined to the work would be completed in have boon made. Juniors are asked to contact I delinquent certificates were not

-pral l Fund 8 of the council was pres- ( members of the three weeks.School Mrs Grady will continue to Olin White, Jr., to register; menare I redeemed tender provisions (1 f

,,* and Forfeiture 3 ent for the meeting.L. j'[everyone Interested in the future..I I i'operate the Ritz Theatre, as well' Charles Iwrby' ; women qualify the Murphy Act of the 1937
'low's Pension G. Hemingway was before is I II. with Ruth Sternherg. The CoEd Legislature.Land '
1-2 of Starke and Bradford County as the new, larger show when It' I
Culture j2 the Council asking that the 19321, Invited to attend. |I Clouds Clear I V Is completed. The lUtz, which | Claw"" of the Methodist ChurchIs sales already made by the ,:
and cleared on the estate the tournament and trustees have produced $388,000and
Bridge Main. 10 taxes be j j sponsoring
city M. M .Parrlsh. state director has been under Its present management -
11 School Fund 10 of his late mother, Mrs. Laura, Federal Housing '( C1nud4 ore clearing on the I for almost nine years, any profits will go towards paying officials here estimated the
Hemingway in accordance with a of the Admlnl-I' Nrhnnl hnrlmn, M-rording to a for the night lights at the fund will reach $1.000.000 or
also be at ,has capacity of only
will a seating
''al 32 decision of the Council at that I stration Htatemrnt thin week from On I far tennis courts! and for Installing more by the time the 1941 Legislature .
and will dlxcuss requirements 390 and would fall
The. levies for the twelve sub- I time. Minutes of the Council Ing tonight for government build- W. K. Mldilleton. superintendent I short persons of seating patrons following additional play-ground equipment. convenes., The money .U

001< districts for each dies showed Mr. Hemingway to bej! loans. of puhllo In..t ruct Ion. Dr. ,. the occupation of Camp Tonight, Friday Is Co-Kd night, held In trust In the State treas-

operating fund Is the same correct and he was assured the Ing Middleton Mild: and eyeryone Is cordially Invitedto ury, because the Lglnlatur bILl
hat year 10 mills except in I matter would be taken care of I Another short talk will be given "Nincr' Let week thing have Blanding. come down to the courts and made no provision for disbursing

'tract 10. Vanderbilt Here the Mrs. A. A. Durden was present I by F. W. Doying. Keystone developed In the school .y'"- enjoy the tennis game Refreshments It.
who will Close Tomorrow
Wall requested Heights hotel proprietor, I Hooks will be sale members -
cut seven mllls' to only for the meeting and )II tem that brighten the future on by
* nun.. I the Aldermen to reduce the as- ,: tell\ how citizens of that attrac- think you nt* I the City property-owners
from $2.-1 t tive town cooperate to keep
you .1.
/ know on her home of our NThooln cloning.
your valuation asH ,sessment community looking Its best. days (today and tomorrow) to Mrs Olive Rumpel and Mrs.
by the Assessor BOO The members present con- though Me are still crippled.Tho Urged To List Rooms
, you may high and and pay their taxes and keep from Evelyn Stephens, secretaries of
i f figure: your state and sidered this\ amount Hut Superintendent
,!' ad valorem tax bill. The :reduced the valuation to $2,000. Holiday Till Sept. 15 his entire staff are behind u. being Included In the delinquenttax Property owners who have :. the Chamber o f Commerce, together -
yon homesteads In the and added that next year she 100 percent and we will come list which will be published homes, apartment, or single, with Mrs. Stephen's
11\,, sChool county would be entitled to a Thursday half-holidays\ will\ end out with flying c..I...... Th la the Telegraph beginning with room for rent are again urgedto ter Miss Marjorie Stephens, and

apton l Starke districts, Lawtey.except and exemption of $500 which WldOW'S'' after September 15, Chief of Po-: P.-T. A. In' each district, and the first week in September. City \list them with the Starke i lion, Tommie Stephens Thursday ,,!!
A. L. Alvarez said Wednesday week moved into the Edward "
of last
leer only lice are lending all Chamber of Commerce where Inquiries
will be NOTHING. The make the valuation the school patrons Clerk Carl Johns urges city
011 Bishop stated the In making the rounds with effort to mid us. for to settle up before the are being received dallyconcernlnl' Bums home o n Madison
Councilman every
non-exempt In
school' districts property Hamp- Church of God meetings being]the necessary and usual petition.Mr. which I am Indent thunkfuL" book close in bU.. office Satur housing accommodations. I Street. Previously they lived la a
8t except section of Alvarez found wide approval Melrose. p
*y. Brooker and held In the .day.
that date.
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t 4'' HAMPTON \I Mrs. Ralph Gainey was visitingin just parked the car in front of and Mr. and Mrs Russell Nor- rew HUliard at the Connor Cemetery lion Faulkner, and
EVERGREEN short man, all of this section attendedthe Saturday afternoon. old Rutll
Orange Heights Jut Thursday. the gate and had gone a Alvarez. 11I4 8
: ', By Mrs. F. A. Rosier By Miss Ada Nlmroo Mrs. Ida Chase returned home distance when he heard a terrible singing convention at Gainesville Among those from this section I Betty Jane RosIer

Mr. and Mis. Marlon Hamilton Miss Kathryn Weest, who has '(last Wednesday after spending noise. When he looked aroundhe ] Sunday. who attended the annual Sunday to her home 111 Arrehdonda her \
Vanderbilt school social at Raiford
c of
folks Friday
; six weeks In, Jacksonville saw the car in a blaze. Quite a few spending ] ,
the of her mother the past djotJ
who have been been guest :
Rosier I '
and J. E.
t attended the funeral] of And- night were: Paul, Robert and Nel- GlOria Normanweek h 1 re
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tho F. Brown, for several i with her sister Mrs. Lem Rigdon. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mott and

Mrs J. E. Rosier returned to weeks, has visited her brother.I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre of Mrs. Rettia Brown were visiting

their home in Winter Beach Gorden Weeit, of :Miami, and ; Florahome was visiting her parents relatives In High Springs over
>ftgooo Concern
Fart That You
', Thursday. her aunt Mrs. James Dubose of I Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt, the week-end. ( tt oYf N"210/ '

"1 Miss Dallaa Kersey of Mana- Vero Beach. She returned to her j Sunday. Mrs. Jim Mott, Mrs. J. W. Kelley a

tee 1 a visiting her uncle and aunt, home August 19. Mrs. C. C. Dus, and Mrs. O.

*!',3 VHHf Mr and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. John A. Guy left last Saturdayfor BROOKERBy W. Barry, were shopping in

k t' Mrs. C. A Pringle and children Brooksvllle where he will as- Mrs. L. L. Parker Starke Monday afternoon.

t.. pent Sunday with Mrs. J. sume his duties as principal of Don't forget church and Sun-
S. Rosier. the school. Sewing Club :Meet
!"4 4/4i; A number of people from """Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Adkina The Sewing Club met at the day at school 10 o'clock.every Sunday Rev. G.morning E.- HOPS

Evergreen attended the tobacco and daughter Miss Kathallne] are I home of Mrs. Fred Hazen last I i McGauley will be away, so WHAT

,t i 7 sale at Lake City Thursday. visiting Mr. Adkin's parents, Mr.I i Tuesday, with seventeen members Rev. Norris, of LaCrosse will be

Miss Louise Rosier returned and Mrs. J. E. Adklns. and Mrs.]I present. Although it was a Sew- the visiting preacher.

r" home Saturday after .pendlng< Adkin's mother, M r s. Clifford ing Club meeting, several problems
two week ta Bir too were discussed during
the past Rhames, this week.

'" cl, mlngham, Ala. L. A. Johns, Jr., and Randal the afternoon.The By VANDERBILT Miss Velma Norman DO FOR BEER
lA Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thompson Boyd who are In CCC:: Camps, next meeting will be Au-

and children of Kisslmmee and spent the week-end with friends gust 27, at the home of Mrs. G. Mrs. Myrtle Adkins and daughter -

Mrs. Walter Arm strong o f and relatives here. B. Colson. Tasty refreshmentsof
I Pansy, of Jacksonville, spent
.Dover were visiting their sister, M. C. Sweeney and family' cake and jello were served, by
Mrs R. S. Rosier, Saturday. moved to their new residence in the hostesses, Mrs. Fred Hazen, the week-end here with Mr. and AND ALE ) i

Miss Jannlta Armstrong of Starke this week. Mrs. J. K. Douglas and .Mrs. V. Mrs. F. M. Norman.

Dover, who has spent the past Bertha and Pearl Dees are V. Hazen. Miss Lucille Howard, of Fairbanks I II
two weeks here with her cousin transacting business In Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mintz, of 1 spent the week-end with

r Clarice Rosier, returned home ville this week. Jacksonville, were the week-end I Miss Gladys Manning of this sec-

Saturday. Mrs. C. M. Dennison who has guests of Mrs. :Mintz' parents,
tion.Mrs. aI isr
been quite 111 for several weeks I II. I Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. Horace Rosier and sons,

DOUBLE RUNBy Is in Gainesville at the home of Mrs. F. Durance and son Tom- Junior and Bobby, of Arredonda,

Mrs. W. A. Tyler her son, LeRoy Dennison, where I I mie, are visiting with relatives In were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L.

she will receive care and Lake City this week. I Norman, and family, Sunday aft- .

Miss Evelyn Carter of Jacksonville ment from the physicians. treat-I Artford Brown, of Sampson ernoon.. 7

; r was visiting her sister-I The Rev. W. S. I City was visiting his parents, Mr. Miss Margie Reddish, of Van- ;,. rfi ,
In-law Mrs. Milton Carter, last Palatka preached at the and Mrs. L. A. Brown here Mon- derbilt spent Wednesday night of :

Saturday night. church last Sunday morning and last week with Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Strickland of Miami who' evening. His daughters Misses day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Mott, of Lloyd Edwards of Starke.

is visiting his sister, Mrs. Luvenia: MarvUIa and Betty Jean, attended '- High Springs, were visitors here Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns, of

Lawtey Barker, last was week.visiting friends In I: Paul Green the preaching and family services.of South Sunday. I this section, were visiting Mr.\ Hops are for flavor. They give to and ale-by keeping the places where

'i(Florida are visiting Mrs. Green's Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kelley madea and Mrs. E. C. Johns and family, good beer and ale their lively,appebeer and ale are sold wholesome
We are glad] to report that business trip to Gainesville of Jacksonville, part of last week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. .
i I parents, flavor their pleasant aromatic too.
:Mrs. Milton Carter ia now able' Meads Monday. Eugene and Harold Bloodsworthof tizing ,

to be out again after an illness I The Rev. G. H. Guy of Cole- I Mrs. J. W. Kelley has returnedto Raiford spent Saturday night tang. We want undesirable, anti-social

of about three weeks. man and Mrs. B. G. Ivey ofGaln..vtle her ,home here, after a fewdays' here with their grandparents, Mr.\ Brewers select and blend their, establishments "cleaned-up or

Mr. and of Mrs.this John and Andrew ] were guests of Rev. visit with relatives In Jack I and Mrs. F. M. Norman.Mr. hops with extreme care. In fact, closed-up." A plan of action has already .
Magerl section attended and Mrs. J. T. Guy last Sunday.The sonville. and Mrs. J. A. Howard and
Church at Starke one night last every step in making beer and ale is been put into effect in a number
Rev. Mr. medley] of Green Miss Jeanette McGauley, and family of Fairbanks were visiting
week.Mr. Cove Springs filled his regular Mary McGauley, were the dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Manning and conducted with masterly skill-to of states.This plan Is being extended

and Mm. Arch Ellengton appointment at the First Chris- guests of Agnes Rhimea and family of Vanderbilt Sunday.The give you better-tasting,more wholesome We'd like you to know about it.Send

of Starke were visiting Mrs. tian church here last Sunday.BOATDRAIN Martha Evelyn Markey Sunday. Rev. H. M. Tlllman of beverages. for interesting free booklet.
Luvenia Barker
Saturday after- Bridge Party ThursdayMrs. Jacksonville, filled his regular ap- Now the brewing industry wants Write United Brewers Industrial .
noon.Mr. Ralph Green entertainedwith pointment at Water Oak Church
and Mrs. Albert Brown and this week-end. to do one thing more. It wants to Foundation, 19 East 40th St.,
By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffis a bridge party at her home
mall daughter Linda, and Mr. last -ThUnsday. Mrs. Harmon Mr and. Mrs. J. M. Rqsier and protect your right to drink good beer New York, N. Y.
and Mrs. J. I Brantley ud
Miss Hattie Moore of Ovedio
Morgan led the players with the grandson, JImmie Lee, of Wood-
children, Shirley Ann and Roger, was her brother and sis
of the Delicious lawn
high score evening. attended church services t0BEER.
were visiting Mr. and Mr. W. A. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John 9RpA'
refreshments were served here
Tyler and Mrs. :Milton Carter Saturday night. moderation /
Prevatt, Sunday. by the hostess Mr. and Mrs. Morris ...a beverage of
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffis, Mr. Johns of
and Mrs. W. E. Green and family HajreU's Car Burns Jacksonville spent part of last os
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harrell'scar week here c
with Mrs. John's parents -
BETHEL and Opal] Morrell sP.enI..t week- '
was destroyed by fire Mon Mr. and Mrs.
Ellery Sapp.
By Mrs. D. D. Woodard end In Orlando and Plant City jRi r,0
with relatives, day at noon. :Mr.: Harrel had : Mr. 'and Mrs F. M. Norman

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen of M. J. Green and son, James, of

Starke were in Olustee] Sunday :Miami'' pent last week with rel- .

visiting relatives. atives here and were accom-
Y Mrs. D. D. Woodard and \(Ira panied home last Saturday by

} Allen were week-end guests'' ,of Mrs. Green and son, J. B., and 1

Mr.> and Mrs Albert Glisson. daughter, Inez, who have spent -
Murphy Dice of Brooker was the past six weeks with C. A.Grt1fls. '
,the guest of Mrs. D. D. Woodard ?
and 'family Sunday. *'* I Vtyr. an "Mrs. P. B"Prevatt: of XV .'

Miss Thelma' St. John of Theressa were visiting their son
Olustee la visiting her brother- and daughter-In-law Mr. and

in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mrs: John Prevatt, Sunday.

C J. M. Allen of Starke. Dorothy Grlffls of Clay County

Miss Emma Allen attended !spent! last Saturday night with

services at Oak Grove Sunday. 'her cousin, Margaret Griffls.

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C. A. KNIOHT. Tax Collector, Draws in fresh
of Bradford County:!, Florida outside air.

t Sets up gentle cooling

34pR1FTM circulation in every room.

a 1 1r r L I fW) PfKTI!I A Home Comfor Ventilate -

Service Sam !fan is low in cost -

Do Your Tradingwhere Says : t cheap to operate. At low "stepdown" electric

6 pieces Rogers Silverware are rates you'll, scarcely notice the operating cost

given away with every $40. in tradeor SEE YOURELECTRIC of this extra electric convenience.
Are ROdeemad x
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J. G. SPENCER, Manager *



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are going, to press onward each' LAWTEY spent the week-end as the Godwin\ has been called to fill\ then',and Mrs W. B. Lazenby Satur

] S. Sch ool day. At last we have the great By BUI Plumnwr I Mlle I of Mrs. J S. Norman.Mr. pulpit of Hope Church here for ,day afternoon.Mrs. .

H. Journali senior privilege, our class rings. '' and Mrs. Marvin Wood of the next year. W B. Lazenby, who Is attending -

The class ring committee has Your correspondent. H. T Godwin Jacksonville spent the week-end Mrs. Thou.. F. Brown and sons, the second semester sum- *

FRIDAY, AUGU ST 16, 1940 NUMBER: ONE been appointed and are as fol- Is vacationing in Miami this here as guests! of her parents Mr. Emory and Frank of Hamptonand mer school In Gainesville spent
.,IE SIX I lows:: Francine Fisher Grace week. Accompanying Mr Godwinare I I and Mrs. Lee Johns. Miss Kathryn Weest of Elizabeth the week-end at her home here. ,

t Green, and Sadie Prince. hla mother, Mrs. W F. Godwin I i I I Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson, N. J.. visited relatives here Mike Sheppard, who Is with the

Machine P.-T. A. News Since there might be some con- and brother, John Godwin. I of Miami, are! spending a few Friday afternoon. IT. S. Navy at Bridgeport, Conn.,

ding School fllctions to arise during football The Manly Construction Co., 1 1 days here with her parents Mr. Mrs Lynn Hall and Mrs. J. T. Is enjoying his vacation here with
stalled At Thursday afternoon Miss season the senior class play will have moved equipment here to and Mrs. P. B. Johns. Guy of Hampton were visitors his parents Mr. and Mrs. I. S.

especiallyng Woods gave at the first P.-T. A. be given before the season starts. carryon construction work on I I Mrs. George Barber, of Bald here Monday afternoon. Sheppard

Friday WM an? S., be- meeting, an Interesting talk on Those on the play committee are: this, the south end, of the highway : win, spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall were Mrs. D. W.' Kelley left Thursday -

daY! at B. anxious to Home Economics. The membersare Mary Townsend Iris Crews, and that is being re-surfaced! and : her daughter, Mrs. P. B. Johns business visitors to Grandin Tues for Chattanooga Tenn., for
everyone was neW Coca- going to give to the Home Betty Green. widened between here and Max- I Mrs Avey Sapp and non, "-ay- day. in extended visit with her daughter .
in the Economics Class $200 for '
II nlckle machine located in equipment. I' -Alta Smith, Reporter vllle. land of Miami are visiting Miss Elizabeth Phillips spent Mrs. Sarah Hollman.

vending and receiver his The Rev. C. P. Haggard has returned friends and relatives here. the week-end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Souther-

south wing A new Coca-Cola machine has 9th Grade NewsJames to his home here after a Mra. Willis Starling and daughter Miss Ida Hagan was a visitorto land are the proud parents of a

cold driok A soclaII been set up In the south hall weeks' vacation at Daytona Virginia, spent Monday In Starke Saturday baby girl born August 12th. j
Its funds will go to the Home Mrs. H. D will leave Wednesday
Fsrent .May
e for the new Edward Cottrell spent Beach. Lawtey as guests of Mr Hubbard R. J. Turner Is l doing extensive
responsible Economics Class. for New Orleans, La.,
those attending the
of twenty Sunday In Daytona. Among Harley. repairing on his home here.
and the profit Mrs. Hart's and Mrs. Rltch'srooms where she will visit her son and
Jacksonville List
,Ine, will go to Edna Mae Moseley spent Sat- fights in Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thompson Edwin Sheppard has returned > 'I
cents per tied for first prize la. at in Jacksonville. day night were: Mr. and Tues-I I daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. '
student 18 urday made a business trip to Gainesville Roscoe dome after spending the summer i u' |
Each daythia tendance. May.
Francis Griff visitor In R. Carrldtne. Sidney
each was a last Thursday. months with relatives in Ft.
cwa-Cola will greatly The vice-president Mrs. Williams Gold Head Branch Sunday. B. Johns, W. J. Harrell. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and daughter White.
'I,8 this money presided in Mrs. Sewell's Mrs. H. Mathews Miss Carrie NEW' RIVERBy
supplies for Last Wednesday w e elected Mrs. Gladys Carter, spent Mrs. Calvin McCord of Starke
In purchasing departmentother absence. class officers as follows: Howe, David Shuford. Bill Plum- last Tuesday In Palatka.Mr. Mr*. O. E. Crosby spent the latter part of last week
The meeting date has been mer, and Ivan Sponholtz.
Home President-Bernard Jordan. .
and Mrs. Freeman Starling
aids. with her Mr. and Mrs. +
school Mr. and Mrs. Doc Edwards and parents
changed to the third Thursday V.-Presldent-Mack Futch. Johnny Gasque spent last weekend
pent Sunday in Lawtey as the '2. C. Butler
in each school month. All parents Secretary-Arline Dew with his parents in Lake But- of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Red family of Starke were dinner
ool Patrol are urged to attend Treasurer-Lora Crews. ler. dish.guests guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. ),{r. Jim Yarbrough of Water
Arwood of Crosby Sunday. Oak and Mr. J. L. Johns weN
Reporters--Oarnita Hutto and Angus Birmingham Mr. and Mrs. L M. Sponholtz,
ganized Ala., this week here with. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler and justness tlsltors In Valdosta Ga,
11th Grade NewsThe Dorothy Williams. spent of Starke, spent Sunday as theguests
Mrs. E. in Lake- ant
his Mr. and Mrs. H. B.I I A. Sapp were Wednesday
Patrol was parents of Mr.\ and Mrs. J. S. Nor
B H. S. Safety I Arwood. City on business Tuesday Chester Moody, W. M. John
The eleventh had class
nixed last Friday grade a 10th Grade NewsThe Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummerare man. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and and, Guy Parrtsh were buslnes!
fo1- and
tars for 1940-41 are as meeting Monday morning I spending this week with family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. visitors to Lake City Tuesday.
Ed- elected its officers for the 1940- '
Earl Thornton, 1940-41 class of the 10th TllEKESSAI
Leon Renfroe of Vanderbilt Sunday -
Elbert relatives in Miami.!
friends and J. is
: Mrs. K. fowling spending
Walter Dew, ..AJreWSH1 41 term. They are: I grade had its elections of class 1'1n. A. U Sulllvao *
Wilkinson. President-Joe Allen Lander. I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shuford this week with relatives Itslalnesvtile.
Marion officers The '
Tuesday morning. MISS Doris Sun-
Crosby spent
In Jacksonville
Weldon Vice-President-Garland spent last Sunday J. S. Hall visiting relativesIn ;
C. was
SteveChester following officers were chosen by day night with Miss Mildred Edwards
Joe Shuford.
with their ,
Ing Jacksonville of last week. .
McKinney, Lyle win the students: part of Starke. ,
on, John Anderson! Don- Secretary-Margie GOII-I' President-Billy Patray. Ga.Miss, Is.) Bernice Claxton this week of Macon herewith ; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall were J. L. Johns was In Lake Butleron All legal blanks, promissory
raon spending
and Marcus Reddish. Treasurer-Othma Haynes. Vice-president- shopping In Gainesville Monday. business' Monday. note" retain title note, carried ;
gwell her uncle and aunt, Mr. andMrs.
patrol IS divided Into thrcHsonthehlgh. Reporters Velma Norman and' Secretary-Nina Bishop. A. J. Phillips.R. Jasper Bennett of Cleurwater Mrs G. E. Crews and family of In stock by the Bradford Count;?
e No. Selma Thornton. Treal'urer-Allce June Harding. Is visiting his sister, Mra. Floy the State Farm were visiting Mr. telegraph. ", t
: post I I R. Thede was attending; to
of the school build- With these officers and the co- Reporter-Nina Bishop. Sullivan.
Jacksonville this
south business In
No. 2 Is on the grounds,,operation of all the Junior class The class Is very pleased with!; Mr. and Mrs C. C. Mabry of

out of the BChol building; and I I we hope to make this the best its officers and hopes that these week.Mrs.. Carter of Tallahassee Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs BOREE FUNERAL HOME

.3 Is onl the groundsof and most successful Junior class officers will carry on their workin Russell McRae of Starke were Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 134 ,;
No formerly Hilda Wyrlck Is spend '
? the school building. I I B. H. S. has ever had. We expect I a friendly business-like man ing awhile here with her parents. guests of Mr.. and Mrs. E. S. We have' added a lute model AMMULANCK to our equipmentwith \
is to to put things over In a big Sibley Sunday.The '
? purpose of this patrol ner. Who| Is the poet who writes all Rev. Everett Godwin of special spring for easy riding.

,, In traffic duty and patrol. I I way We this heard year. that Emma Lyne I -Nina Bishop. Reporter.BOOTSEY'S I the wise verses along the high- Maxvllle was a visitor to Ther- "A HOMK-UKE INSTITUTION" O. II. Bennett, Manager
school grounds. and signs his name Burma
way afternoon. Rev. ,
Sand Hill Sunday :
Wllj was over at
Principal Morgan BEACH lellsl\ .
M last year I Shave 1Tickets -- ',
will be in charge, so therebe I i Lake sometime this past week Ity burs Ffflo: Crawford will soon be on sale
who he Is. Couldn'tbe
no officers. end-wonder for the annual "Booster's Club" i
that boy from Jacksonville? Mrs. G. B. Johns and son. Jack, '' Banquet. Everyone will be askedto 1 ANNIVERSARY

EchoesFIRST Or the State Farm? and Donald Crews all of this i cooperate with the local com- BIG

mentary Dorothy Johnson just came section, were visitors to Live Oak mittee so that Lawtey will not

GRADEe back from her vacation In Ala Monday. bd slighted in the sales column.

have 40 happy boys andin bama. Some Idea Dot-taking' Miss Ruth Johns, of Jacksonville Donald Grlffls B-yeur-old son

room. There' are 18 your vacation after school starts! spent the week-end here of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Griffls,

and our 22 girls.e Doris Dyal spent the week-end with Miss| Effie Crawford.Mr. ) has returned home from a Jacksonville BUY NOWf\ e
with Doris Mott at Brooker and Crawford where he underwent -' on l+
name of our first book is and Mrs. Robert hospital
says that she had a fine time and and Miss operation on his thront. BIG 1
tore We Read. It teaches us and laughter Rather an HOME mid
met a cute little C. C. C. boy. brace Fountain all spent Sunday Miss Elizabeth riiimmer has GAINS/
things. BAR f
want our parents to comeee Still more travelling. Buddy in Starke visiting friends and rel returned home after a visit with I
Davis is back from North Caro- relatives In Jacksonville
at work. atives.
| us lina. We wonder If it's catching. Since this is all the news and RADIO BARGAIN!
Miss Ruby Ulley, teacher R. D. Holmes of Otter Creek,
-Velma & Selma Reporters. spent the weekend here with his I do not care to discuss the latest (ENDS LABOR DAY)
and gossip. I shall once again enter WAS
SECOND GRADEe brother, and Blster-ln-law Mr.
have twenty-seven lovelyand Senior Class NewsThe Mrs. Joe Holmes. retirement until my "over study" JJJtW JUST THINK OF IT!
H. T. Godwin, feels the need of
In our room. j
girls Mr. E. C. Johns, of Jackson
seniors of 1940 have at last rest NOW
Ve are trying hard to keep ville, spent Saturday night here A rest buy-imar*
health rules these warm day reached the expected time to en- with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns. $9 9 5 plastic cabinet
least our mothers seem tot Joy the thrills of being a senior. WOODLAWN with bulU-ln
Miss Ruth Murrhee, of Jacksonville ,
no trouble getting us to Is.a senior's life made up of By Mrs. Oscar Carter antenna
J K'pleasures'! ? No It Is not,, spent the weekend herewith s *
1 nald 1 bath Hodges dally.has a very bad Now Is the time when work is I her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and BICYCLE BUY OF THE YEAR

on his foot and is unableIn most difficult. The battle of life M. Murrhee.Mr. daughter Louise, spent SundayIn TIRES I.
has Just begun. In order to reach and Mrs. J. S. Austin and Brooker as the guest of Mr. '
> school but we are hopingbe SpeerfCklef
back Monday. [ the goal of life, we, the seniors I Miss Dorothy Brown of Starke, and Mrs.\ Canue Atkinson.. See
were visiting at the home of Mr. Mrs. J. S. Norman and daughter AS LOW AS

and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Thurs Mrs. Oscar Carter were i i
INSURE WITH day. visiting Mrs. J. P. Summers, of I I'f

JR. :Miss Inez Rosier is spending Graham lost week.
N. D. WAINWRIGHT, 1 several days In Deland. Mr. L. C. Smith, of Jackson A streamlined imart-lwoltlng bike., ONLYSturdywellbuilt.

FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS Mr. R. N. Crawford and Luther ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. I $ 99
Chism attended church at Union Oscar Carter Sunday. Balloon tirci.IIMIIIO 7 \
hone 74 STARKE, FLORIDA Sunday. -<'" Miss Debbie Phillips, of Max- QUANTITY LIFETIME .


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I sec'y. to Dink Hart illness, were here two days last the past two

I.ti"-I SOCIETY and CLUBSBusiness -I, 'for Into the the day lake. .Tuesday. Seems afternoonfor he went I I J.week W.visiting White their and Misses sisters Olive Mrs and Mrs. Brownleere Weeks 1lh Ii:

!school: ablution (washin and Amelia Ray. Mr. and Mrs. \M'R
his daily op
Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas sang, I. \V F.1'CT1o:
Lakeland E
I went to ,
t And Program Miss Fernandez JoinsF. kitchen of the Educational Build-I'I'a solo "Give of Your Belt." after Mrs. !ledge to you anda), l laid gust his of wind on came a I,>I,Ray where they Will make their Thursday home authority Starke. Florida ve.t.d 111due:".r,,, ''.Irtm" { '

,"r, Meeting of W. S. C. S. S. W. C. FacultyThis Ing.At 3:30: o'clock the regular I which S. E. Sparks:Mrs. C.led J. la Powell prayer.told of along an' blew 'em off They i I with their son and daughter! at hereby the call city Itl'hall' "lecII", 111., \\1'r ht bo"u,.
the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie fkTneaday
hjY dl+ i I Joe saysbe'd law, G. t.n by t h.. 'h. '
broke of course '
f meeting was opened by Mrs. j I the beginning of "Margaret friends here S."h,.,11I.III11.d,.,, 'o1', :
business Miss Isabel Ferl1"" Ray. Many regret
The regular monthly year if a new I \
that from be in foul shape the: purp..t. .., ''Oth r rlne
Darby, who also led the Devotional -tFltad. and also stated l1" ;.
!rr'r'' and program meeting of the dez. who for four years has I period using the slat ; this fund four hundred scholarships 'pair of goodlooklng (you know ,their I move to Lakeland and their, otficere I" 'h, folio.
Woman's Society of Christian, taught In Habanna, Cuba, will be I should walk down Call work In church circles will be'greatly' One M.>"J
\' Psalm "Under His Wing." Mrs. i were given to missionary what) Three Aid..,
I II '
of the Methodist Church of the faculty at Florida missed IOn
service part In"p..ton..1.
Darby brought out the fact that I children. Mrs Van H. Carden ,Street right now II ,'d "
t Peek A. '
If "
ijil was held Monday afternoon at Slate College for Women. She /" I''
I.unknowingly people are sheltered concluded the program with I Junius Smith has sworn off I lIam8.In i"a
the Church with 'is the of :Mile. Postal till
+ 2:30: o'clock at taking place
t from dangers by God's love. I "Building for the Future." mokln' Every time he feels Col. J. E. Futch of DeLand subscribe t..tlmon where. ., I
}In. W. E Mid who this went to ,
the president re. year ms
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee who had Following the program the the urge, he grabs a candy bar will spend the week-end here with Peal of the ."Id IIun" end "w"1A"
fleton- in the chair i France to visit relatives and has I charge of the program. chose as! regular business meeting was i. It's worked fine, up till now ':Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. He August unto affl",..<1, 'hi., p,. to" b. b",

Mae Olive Ray had charge of i been compelled to remain there. r her subject, "Firm Foundations :l held, with the president in the, he says j'will be accompanied home Sunday HI.AL) A. W II jJ\yea, d'7 r

h fYti, the program, using u her aubr Mina Fernandez. Instructor In for the Future" She,wu assisted i chair. After the minutes of the | Scoop! Flash S t V what have- by Mrs. Futch who has spent,I I Attest Sllddlerrr" 11q
I Carl
ject: for the afternoon, "The Jew Spanish, is a graduate of Tallahassee Johns, "" 1\ ",
? ; t : \ by Mrs. A. J. Thomas, who discussed -;'I previous: meeting were read and ya Charley; Johns lost his'shoes ark
t In America." The leader an and has taught since then, '
r gave "
"Foundation Stones. She the treasurer's report given, the in a crap game at Crystal
; ,, Interesting discussion on Felix at: Bradford High School, Tate enumerated courage- faith gen reports from the four circles were Lake a few days ago 'saw FUNERAL
ai Adler and his great work. She Agricultural School. In Gonzaleznear missions heard. Call DIRECTOR
erous giving co-operation, |him myself on good ol
also told of other great work Pensacola. and at the Col. I My Many Tear Experience Makes It
; \
and consecration stones announced for
as Mrs. R. A. Thomas wearing his bedside moccasins :Me to
!h done by Jews not only in eglo Aleman school: in Habanna. for a good foundation. Mrs. R. that the Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot berry becoming Charley j I' EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVirV&a4er
America but also in
Europe. A. Thomas discussed: "Enlare.ment -i would teach the book, "Heart of got cleaned: of all his dough, so MODERATE PRICES
4 4"' :Mrs. Will Blair who assisted Baptist W. M. S. ," showing by way of illustration I the Levant" on September 10 I ibadda give up his shoes for aj I DeWITT C. JONES
:Miss of
Ray gave a summary :Met Monday AfternoonThe how the Southern Baptist at an.II. day meeting a.t the week part-a the bargain Starke Florida
the article "Curbing Prejudice. Seminary in Louisville Ky., has Church. Each child In to buy I was that be couldn't get a new I

The meditation period was led Executive: Committee of grown in student body, buildingand one book for this meeting I pair or wear anybody else's or I i ,
s + by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd who the 'Woman's Missionary Societyof service. In concluding her Mrs. Thomas as chairman of j anything 'til Sunday (Aug. 25)) === .

talked on "The Way of H 1lneu'" the Baptist Church met at the thoughts Mrs. Thomas quoted"It the nominating committee, asked''. Some goin', for somebody

t, ( Mrs. Titus Olson closed the program Church Monday afternoon at 2:45 is said that the sun never the co-operation of all circle i L "Wonder who was responsible Hospital Insurance?

k } with an Inspirational prayer. o'clock with the president Mrs. sets on these graduates of House members and prayers for capable for all this sounds' a

4' { Following the program the A. M. Darby presiding.It Beautiful." Mrs. T. B. Harding leaders for the W. M. S. I(. lot like some of B. Jacob's doln's We Write It-A Liberal Policy By An I
a which
meetlnewaa held Old
was voted that Circle No. 4 ,'. .
_ i was. presided over by the presi will meet in the afternoon with I Young Steve Weldon caught Lme Company

dent. In the absence of the Soclety's I 1 the other three circles for the I Carolyn Callstreet 1 1I I Bill Mundy doing carpenter work
secretary, Mrs. E. L. Williams
business and program meetings +; on his barber shop and wantedto i The Pennsylvania Casualty Company
the minutes of the last
.ti Instead of meeting- at night as know what I'd like to know

:meeting Matthews.were Miss read Olive by Mrs.Ray E.gave L. heretofore.Mrs. Call In' all Call treeters but's spending a while In Jaxj: J I and what Carpenter Fields would I Please Phone 146 For Details -

the treasurer's report In the absenCe R. A. Thomas was ap- Call In' all Calls)reeters with his parents right now I like to know (you should hear

of Miss Amelia Ray. pointed as chairman of the nom Gather 'round for your weekly Says that Elmer (Philadelphia) Jack titter at the thought of HAROLD C. WALL I IGreen's
portion of gossip, gab an' be Bill beln' a carpenter) : Can Bill Agency
r Mrs. H. A. Spencer expressed: inating committee. Other gas down this way before i iBuverry I

her appreciation for the work bers of the committee are:mem-1 I long Grace Adklns,1!(cut Answer boards next better'n week .he. .can hair?
clone in parsonage. Bad news from the Louisianafront (ex-Hamptonite married now an'livin' :
T K. McClane Jr., Mrs. York
My New operator reports -
Mn. I. P. Shepherd chairman : All the National Guard I In Pittsburgh) also around
of Mission Study Book j Lawson. Mrs. W. B. Alexander ,boys (with the lone exception of la,,' week .. Is it my imagin- that Paul Knight (ex-

announced that "Dangerous course Op and Mrs. A. E. LIghtfoot. I+Candy Dennis) have poison ivy! atlon or Is she gradually acquiring Starkelte now with N. B. C.) I Store Flour 50c
rated an invitation to Hyde Park
portunities" would be the next: It was voted to send $1.00 to They'll be home this weekend a Pittsburgh accent? j I

i book for study. Margaret Fund. It was announced so look out girls .. It's Thanx a trillion! .. Olive I swim-min l I WHOL&SALE & RETAIL
Mrs. Middle ton doped the I' that Mrs. W. B. Alexan-j I contagious 4 Rumple Chamber of Commerce 1 I PVRE 45 I Ib. CM
Met Mrs. F. D. R. And all
meeting with prayer. 'der donated the shades for the, I Wasn't there myself, but one my secretary request came for thru nobly after that sort of thing j Starke, Florida Lard
of my trusted operators reports a contribution las' 3.05
,,some Interestin' visitors at Kings- week Here 'tis I love ItA Isabel Fernandez in town now

ley Beach Sattidy night Margaret t She natcbully takes the cake I In celebration of our anniversary-We are giving
tor. en. a u m a's. friendliness, you
BRING YOUR LIVESTOCK Hair (you'll remember her fool there was, cheerfulness intelligence a a few extra specials-We appreciate the fine business

I as a tiny tot in grammar school Though she knew it not, lovely person, she : you have given us, and we hope to have the pleasureof

when she used to live here years Who placed her faith 'See our Congressman still reacts serving you for another year. SignedMr.

TOP A LA T K A\ I ago) was bowling' a few with In a smelting pot. to a fire alarm after being and Mrs. L. J. Green and Employees)
MARKET Billy Long .Margaret's still
She seasoned ,It up so much in tha big city of WashIngton -
little but he's not short on ,
With bit'of i Lex was standing out
cuteness By the she a spIce

': a- NQW Under New Management /' Informed my Elizabeth Informer way that For A dash extra of flavoring vice. in i in the front rain of .his. .home trytn'on to the spot curb the Potatoes NO.10 1 IRISH 13cBEST
Jimmy and (Holllngs-
false blaze Tuesday but
worth) Hair are movin' into their She tasted the stew-
let it be said that he doesn'thave
AUCTION OF CATTLE AND LIVESTOCK new "home' In Lake City There was something amissSo never
sense enough to get in outta
_ Maybe we should go over and she added her heart the rain! By-tha way Pound Pound I
'em .
_ warm it for To this hashed-up dish. I
speakln' of false fire alarms.why're ,
White Bacon 9c Smoked Bacon lie
2 P. M. What's this I hear about Eva
''r 1"1 r 'Twas a stew so rare there so many of 'em?
.. .
-a a- Shepherd whuppln' Dink Hart in You couldn't beat it. gets on our solves .

I Rain or Shine ''r"... the final go-round of the married Then the fool,.sat down A comeback to Curious: Investigated 5 PoundsugarWith

R couples' bowling tournament? Alone, to eat i It. I your tale (this column 1 .
These gala who bowl TOO last week) of the tall, dark and S 18c
Purchase of
Plenty of Buyers-No Fee for J All right Edltb Rowe .It's
good better look out .' No handsome feller drivin' around In
at lOc
your turn now'.lli i I Extract .
man likes to pay 40c to be beaten &-
Dennis' 11 l .w
h i r
No-SalerTickct I Candy CheWy eCandy's
J ; /., ,, by a member of the sleeker sex Hear Jimmy Sewell ranked 69th
I away to war In La. Lo, I
I .. U you're smart, girls, you'll among the 501 members of the find NOT a tall, dark and handsome I SALT 2 for _._ Sel LARD Bulk Ib. 9c
George "Jack" Inman, Auctioneer i lose freshman class at. the Citadel las' j man but a dark handsome ,

year Not bad.
not bad
Charlie Ward one of the friendliest j juet-rite height girl, Myrtice Killingsworth ;
Jimmy, ole boy Who knows?
i pleasantest. most amiable Maybe it'll be General II I I PERFECT BISCUIT 65d
East Palatka men I know (Whew! When I Jimmy some day I School-boy's wail: (with apologies I Flour 24 Pounds
compliment 'em, they stay complimented to Mr. Kilmer) "I think that
Of all the ails!
(As grandma
!) is back, with Mrs. 1 shall never see an F so lovelyas

State Fanners' Market W., from a family reunion In ; used ments to. .say. in her milder mo-1 I aD;; a B whose rounded<<1 formIs
) I've heard of
Marietta Gawgta Says there for curb service, but never blowing heardof i pressed upon the records of Coffee, Bulk lb. lOc Pea. Butter, qt. 20c
were 78 at the little gntherln'Now I the blest F's are made by
1.. M. WHITE ring-in') for It-at least untillaw' ,
I thaw what I call a fools like me, but who on earth
_ I REAL fambly I Friday night The Bicycle can make a B? ." Don't worry,
Please bring your stock early for the sale. ,I Return of the Natives: .Glen Brigade was parked inj! 'S' not original COOKING OIL GALLON.MAXWELL 69c
I front of the Shell Place ilnklln'away
McMillan in town las' week I Well politics is gettln' exciting
for dear life .
|I Been workin' in West Lake Wales, By the !again with the WlIlklecrats.or I
3 way Myrtice Carpenter al1mos' I whatever they are, and maybea Pound I 3 I'krFor

II II I I of Call took& a Thompson spill at the .corner. Too few Demopublicans, !It shouldbe House Coffee __ 23c jStaley Starch lOc

I II bad.I didn't getting increasingly hot
; my candid ]
I camera |i'Here's a fitting little verse I
swiped from Time Magazine that OEJI
If you feel In the mood for lOc
might cover the whole thing:H OLEO
i ii something a little out of the or- ,' Found

Introducing HYDRO GAS To Uncle dlnary Bert p'raps to give you you can a private induce '. sixty"Sixty dirty needles republicans& sixty pins: Sixty and ,, -

rats and
audition of "Grandmother's sixty: cats, and sixty I

1 i The People Of Bradford Co. i l that has Dress you," thei thlnkln'' Varsity all record sorts: say dirty: Sixty sixty democrats.needles Demopublicans Or.and you sixty: might Sixty pinsand CORN String OR Beans __ 2 15clDressing I Quart 20c

rats and sixty cats and sixty: I

a .1 dirty Willklecrats" or somethin'So PINK ALASKA 12 1
It's not
on the regular Jook SALMON
\ = I Can z
"THE METERED BUTANE SYSTEM'i organ so you needn't look .
long See you in the
Sprivate stock .1
Trouser tragedy: Bill Graham, next: -Package T"U C''

? Hydro Gas Systems give dependable gas service to homes beyond the :matching pennies other day with Carolyn.. Corn Flakes 5c ,[Mackerel 2STomatoes2 c
Noon _
Wainwright They kept i
city gas mains within 30 miles of Gainesville. i '
on,till Bill won 29c He was New Presbyterian

__ ,Hydro gas systems afford a metered gas service. Meters are the only rejoicing over his good luck when: 1

accurate gas measuring devices known. You pay only for gas consumed. he dropped a penny leaned over Mr. and Mrs. Chas H. Allen CAs'5

Hydro gas, systems are the safest system available approved by Fire ,! to pick It up and ripped open' announce the birth last week of 2cs
the seat of his favorite '
Underwriters' Laboratories. pair o an eight pound girl. Joy Suborn ,
pants Now.ihe,' mourns that! August 16. at St. Vincent'Hospital .

Hydro gas systems are fully covered by exclusive patents. These it'll probably cost him 30c: to get! in Jacksonville. Mr..I BULK Pound MICHIGAN CLOSER

features are not obtainable in other types of systems. form sewed up again Well, !,Allen is Starke' Presbyterian Black \ PoundFLO'UR 31!
r 15c Butter
could Pepper
you get married Bill, and Minister -_ ( ,

Hydro gas systems are installed and serviced by experienced GAS MEN\ I have 'em sewed for nothin' .1 I I

using modern and safest equipment obtainable. Charlie Allen, our genial young Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daugh BALLARD OBELISK ORPILLSBURV 75

Presbyterian minister and( cur ter. Miss Gayle Sewell. and Mrs..l I -20 H- <
Hydro gas systems are not sold but are furnished and maintained, with- rently proud papa), wears blot I K. O. Duncan are spending today
out rental cost by the company. I ters between his wrist watch and In Jacksonville.
They will 1

Hydro gas systems are distributed by a company with 20 years of gas !(his much arm brine. these. Seems sultry he exudes days that so !'".be Duncan's accompanied sister-in-law home, by Mrs.Mrs.R. Rib Stew, lb. 12'/ e [Chuck Steak!

experience with large investment in plant and distributing facilities. he couldn't keep the wind In' stem I' E. Theta and daughter, Shirley,

Why be satisfied with anything but the best? See the Hydro System I from rustin' up Anymore. who will spend the weekend here. WISCONSIN PRI- 20c

_ before you buy. It costs no more to operate. We have on display the good Charlie Ideas? .for, beatin' the beat CHEESE Pound <

finest Butane equipment at lowest prices. Ranges, Refrigerators, Water Nat Mr. and Mrs. Morrell Smith
Heaters and Space Heaters. Sternberg leader of the and daughter. Mary-Jo of Jacksonville i roue

Rotary. Chanters (or Rotary Can'ten. and Miss Jackie Smith, I Pound I FLORIDA j t
1 1T
as they are sometimes
laughingly called is of Gainesville, were luncheon Ground Meat 15e Pork Chops
) fuming be
t Call Or Write Us And Our Representative Will cause someone has removed the Quigley guests of Tuesday.Mr. and Mr.Mrs.Smith J. j

Be Glad To Explain Hydro Gas System To You. which words the baV lg'typed front he to went"God of- out the to Bless and the Rotary trouble pasted America"song of in part Lake Jacksonville an employee of and his will vacation and of later.U Hajoca go at spending to, ) Co Lake Steak i Powsd SIRLOIN OR *""* 20

books He suspects this mightbe Wales. .
GAINESVILLE GAS CO. the beginning of a local Fifth WHIP
movemnt MIRACLE
) / Mrs. S. S. Dowling and her "
Lucky gal-Lola Adkins .
TilE DEPENDABLE FUELS When her h I. (heart interest) Nettle brother Dowling H. H. Stroman., and their and house Miss Cream Cheese __ 5c Pint ___

I 972 So. Virginia Avenue. PHONE B.he had A. Pope a suitcase arrived In.Wednesday one hand and guests Miss Annie Lou Dowllng MIRACLE WHIP KRAFT
r re airier Miss Nettle Dowiln 2
and a famous North Carolinaham of Birmingham Ala., spent Sun Quart _______ 28c Mayonnaise, pt.
Gainesville Fla. 1444-1445 In
the other And I can't day in St. Augustine and Marine
1 t even get a man without a ham land. SSIALL TENI>EKIZEDCUIUd
.. .' Hams > Pound: 19

Joe Wilson was groping (not Mr and Mrs L. C.
Ray, who .
around town
Wednesday pent two months In We QuantltU
and had to Jacksonville Rewrve The Right To Limit
relinquish his duties because of Mrs. Ray's earl ous

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23, 1840

.- BITS of LOCAL NEWS Miss Annie Lou Dowling I and Mrs Cora Marshburn and' .Mlaa -- r '.'
I Jean Davis, MIsaeM Marjorie Mrs. S. L. Peek and daughter,
Micas Nettie Dowling of daughters, Betty and Mona Clatr.of and Martha Mathews, an,1the JMlM Frances
'' I Peek and sons, Sin
Birmingham, Ala.
----- were
-- weekend Tallahassee have returned to Rev Charles H Allen
visited clair
-- L. Peek, Jr., and Leonard t
and Mrs :bf B. Herlong John Powell la spending a ten|1 Raymond Gomes: is guests of their sister-in-law, Mrs their home after enjoying: a visIt Mrs. Allen and young daughter Peek, have returned home aftera +
spending S. S.
Tuesday In Jacksonville, day vacation in Chattanooga, his vacation this week in Dowling. here with 1 Mrs. Marnhburn's Joy Sue, at St. Vincent's Hoe two week's vacation spent In ", ,
r Tenn., and Asheville N. C. i tona Beach and Palatka Day with mother, Mrs. 3. W. Alderman. pital In Jacksonville Sunday. the mountains of North Carolina i
rand V. E. KnJghtJacksonvUle. I relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and
blln Mrs. F. F. Stump la spendingsome I and Mrs. J.V.. Klncald at Friends of Mrs. R. F. Demo- The Rev Fred Yerkea will return '
: I of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mr and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. '
._. time in Amherst, Beasleyan rest will
Va. at' Mr. be interested to learn
-"" the guest of Miss Inez I and Mrs W. N. Nth and d Mrs. J. W. Klncaid at I Sunday from H.month's stay I Jr, had as dinner guests! Sunday
F, ?. A. Loans see UK Wood. (son, Buddy Davis have returned Kingsley Lake that she will receive her A. B In Suwannee. Tenn. David Cough- Mr and Mrs R. I* Epperson and
Realty ('o., Phone 146.v I;from their two week's vacation I degree in Education from the lin. who has acted a a supply children of Jacksonville, Mrs. An
Miss Louise Crowder of Rome., trip to Oxford, N. C. I University of Florida at the Sum,minister during Mr. Yerkea' absence .I nle Schell of Lake Butler, Mrs. t
Mr. and Mrs. E. Y ,
Ga.. was the guest last Roberts !mer School .
B Sewell has returned of Mr week-en t I 'and grandson, Don Roberta, of graduation exercises will return Sunday to his I W J. Epperson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles tomorrow I
at Day Burton morning. home !in
an enjoyable) stay Cot H. V. Knight was a pro Brunswick, Ga., are guests of Palatka. p. A. Anderson of Starke. I
each. fessional visitor to Tallahassee ,Mr. and Mrs C. H Nasworthyat I ,
Miss Johnnie Russell has re !Monday and attended court in Klngsley Lake.
;;wmTMa* and Selma turned from a two weeks' vacation Jacksonville Wednesday
visiting In Gaines- trip with friends in Chicago, USED CAR PRICES
ton were 111. I Mrs. L. J. Lane and small
sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolda daughter Mary Beth, of Tuska- I
Davis and house guest, Mrs. T. B. Hen loosa, Ala., are here for a two-
.-and Mrs. Jim Sasser of R. at present is drix of Lakeland, spent Sunday i weeks' visit with Mrs. Lane's j
ck visited L. U, Morgan located in St. Augustine, spent at Jacksonville Beach. I IMI" mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. BLASTED
afternoon the week-end here with his fam DOWN'Jr
pay fly and Mrs. Lester
_.----- and A. Hall I Drxr.lb reduetlonw on sport
Mlddleton and Miss family of Cltra spent the shirt and all Rummer merchandise -

W MiiWleton in E Jacksonville.spent Saturday little Mr. daughter and Mrs., M.Clara F. Turley Jo were and week-end U. Morgan with and Mr.family.and Mrs. L, I'' at Alvarez'. Look At: The BargainsWas Listed :

.g visitors in St. Augustine Sunday Mrs. Annie Schell of Lake But-
,/it She**! Shoes! AH um- The Rev. and rrs.V.. ler returned Sunday afternoon Now
Kport hho.ii" reduced to less -- Fischer of Jacksonville spent A'I after spending a few days herewith
and whites orlgln- Mrs. A. D. Williamson of Brad- week-end here as guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson
r\t 3.95\ Tan reduced to ;2.88. Oth- enton is the guest of Mr. and and Mrs. L. D. Vining.Mrs. and Mrs. W J. Epperson. 1934 Chevrolet Coach $200 $185.00
At Alvarez':' Mrs. H. A. Bishop at Kingsley
j Lake; W. J. Eperson Is spendIng Miss Kitty Hogged. :bits Kitty
Velma Norman and LucIan several days in Jacksonvillewith I Lane, and Mr. and bits Fred 1934 Ford Sedan 190 150.00
spent Sunday afternoon Mrs. R. J. Tatum of Jacksonville her son and daughter-1n-iawI'Holcomb, all of Jacksonville spent
Mss r Shirley Morgan. I is the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson. j I the weekend with Dr. and Mrs.
her sister-In-law, Mrs. R. J. W. B. Parka_ at Klngsley Lake. I I 1935 Ford Sedan 195 174.00 1
Davis. Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. Baker of
1entaWord[ Ft. Luudenlale were guests Tuesday Dr. C. D. {Whttaker of Marinnna -
Richard Long of Gainesville Is and Wednesday of the Rev. la the guest of Mr and 1936 Ford Tudor 325 295.00
.. ..
and Mrs.\ H. A.
I- II I III I II II !! spending a two week's vacation Spencer. Mra. J G. Godwin nt the State
SALE Select Missionary here with his mother, Mrs. F. b'arm. Dr. Whltaker cans formerly -
Arkansas :Missionary Straw-I H. Long. Dr. S. Sternberg of Dnytonn physician at the Inst itutlgo.' 1936 Plymouth Sedan 240 200.00
ry plants. Route two Box Beach spent the weekend with I
Leon DiCandlo. 4t-2p 8-30 :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. llrownlee his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Mr. and Mra. F A. Ciinova and ':
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville] Sternberg, at KIngsley Lake. family have returned to their''' 1937 Ford Coupe 375 348.00
[ SALE Missionary straw-- with ]their daughter, Miss Martha home In Gainesville after spending ;' .
plants. On- new ground. ,Brownlee. Mrs. Francis H. Walpole of two weeks at Mrs. K. E. .
n, white roots. See Leon Sarasota was the guest several Canova'a cottage on Klngsley 1938 Coach 450 400.00
ner. Itp I Charles Nicholson of Cedar days last week of her parents Lake. Plymouth
the Rev. and Mrs. H. A. ,
IYED-seven head of stock,town, Ga., will spend the week- Spencer.
| Marked: swallow fork IIe. end here with Mr. and. Mrs. L. Mra. S. P. Vandivlere and son, 1935 Ford Coach 175 150fOO I
r and under bit In each D. Vining. Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan Pitner, of Maxwell Field, Ala.,
and O. L. Morgan o f Starke, returned Friday after spending
Branded 69 and NH
I visited Mra. Morgan's grandfather several here with Mru. Van-
S3 Sharkskin Slacks left. days
(de together) Notify C C. pair
of Manatee, Florida last weekend dlviere's mother, Mrs. G. W. Ald '
Will sell, %.93 alterations r
s. Green Cove Springs, or at $ free. i -- TRUCKS1937 -
Ij. Thomas, Starke. 41.to 8-30 At Alvarez'. I erman. '.

|-Keys in Starke or on and Mrs. J, H. Fields and daughter, I Mr. and Mra. Victor Thomasof
Mr. Mrs. T. E. Duncan and
Inesvllle highway. If foundto children of Gainesville were Hazel, returned Sunday from a Jacksonville and Mra. J. B. Chevrolet Pickup 410 383.00.
Bradford County three weeks' vIsit at New Smyrna Mills of Green Cov! Springs were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
(graph and receive reward. K. G.' Duncan. Beach with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. guests Sunday of Mrs. E. M.
|SALE-New Standard Royal Miner. W Thomas 1lklnson.and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 1939 Dodge Ton Stake 525 495.00 ', M

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe of
writer, in A-1 condition. H. Dr. W. E. Middleton and grand
Jacksonville week-end -
were guestsOf
I box 132, Starke. .
Johns lip daughter, Marjorie Sue Middle- A few good aununer "trlat
Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe
too of Jacksonville, lees ,
the than hall
original price
[SALE!: Fancy pineappleat and J. B. Rowe. week-end at his camp near spent Brunswick At Alvarez, TRADE YOUR PRESENT CAR FOR A BETTER ONE
/0-cents bushel,
per Ga.
two bushel for 75-centa.: Miss Hazel Moore spent last EASY GMAC TERMS
Mrs. Lucius Howland and son,
kin lot of 300 bushels for week-end at Sarasota, deep-sea
Mrs Harold Ford of CocoaIs Phillip, and daughter, Miss! Vir
IflO at field. T. N. with .a of friends
Norman fishing party
the guest of her mother, Mrs. ginia Howland, of Orlando were
2, box:' 111, Starke, Fla. from Jacksonville.
Torode Co. Starke
I Laura I Powell and her brother- guests Sunday of Ii Mr. and Mrs. Chevrolet Fla.
in-law and slater, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. }}. B. ,
J. H. Fields. McLendon. -".

.. "'(,'re Ju>t 88 proud of our town bite-T. F. Grady and Mrs. J.I Mrs. V. B. Harrell and children, ,
aa your mother IM when pu P. Burns and daughters, Jonn i Bryan Roy, and Janet, uccom'panled -
.: brags on her cooking. In our and l Jean, of Atlanta, Ga., are(I'' by Mr. and Mra J. E '
more you will find such Muff as guests of their mother :Mrs.! P'I:Murphry and son James Edward, Sons-
:: Manhattan f Shirt and rnjtima+, H. Manassa. ''I of Palatka, spent the weekendat S. R. Johns &
i ... I' Tom Suwjer Shirt for Boyn, St. Augtifltlne Beach.
t\i.: Peter's Shoes for the Family, For F. II. A. IxMin .ee lix. .
Wayne Maid Frorkx. ISurbUon Wilson Kejilly ('0., Phone )16. I Mr. and Mrs Curl Aldermanand
Slip and Holeproof Ho''''. family and l their guests' all
All of these lines spell quality.Yet Christine Johnson, who for ,of' Baltimore, bid\ returned to : CASH AND CARRY PRICES FOR AUGUST 2 AND 3
believe it or not, there area many years has worked In 'I their respective homes Saturday
few who think they Just have Hoover Broil Studio, last Saturday j'I after an enjoyable visit with MrAlderman's HONK 45 NKAH: H. A. I.. DEPOT
to go to Jiu-ksomtlle for the very resigned to ]live permanently mother Mrs. G. W
same thing that they can buy at at Gainesville. Aldeiman. I
home for the very !mane'+ price. 24 Pounds SOL FLOUR Guaranteed - 70c
Kemlnda me of that old Maying ,
"The Rra+s i It always greener In
the other fellow's yard" SUMMER BARGAINS (.

Lard Can $3.40 Tomatoes Can 5c
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one of our Begins

Kerosene 5 Gals. 48c Limes Dozen
best selling A August 23 -

FRYERS Live Weight Pound 25c
I - - -

M Ends JLj E Kitchen Matches, 2 for 5c Toilet Tissue, 3 for lOc

August 31

Staley's Starch 3 for lOc Potatoes 10 Ibs. 16c

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,1 ..Z'kr,," ,. ',' ', Bryn patentedfourgore Rite $1.50 TRADE- -IN-ALLOWANCE- ON Peanut Butter, 2 Lbs. 20c Chase & Sanbom, lb. 21c


Relish Quarts 20c Bananas Five Pounds 15c
'Z i bias cut POWER BATTERIES ,

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225 Wizard Spark Plugs (in sets) .. 29c Sliced Breakfast BACON Pound 19c
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Western Flyer Bicycles, Only $20.95And

Old Bicycle Hens Pound 20c Hamburger Pound IScSwift's
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No wonder this slip i is a smash-hitl! It has the comfort, l ,

the luxury feel, the fine tailoring of slips that cost a supply of Rinso with
years lb. Prm. Hams 25c
FREEOne Wis. State Cheese 23c
great deal more. The fabric is lovely silk and rayon Wizard Washing Machine ,

Satin Seraphim, from the Barbizon mills. Long wearis _'__ O>Ja... _
5 Pounds BLUE ROSE RICE 22c
wanted - - -
i literally woven into it. Two lengths, VISIT[ OUR STORE FOR MANY :

sizes' blush, white, black, navy. OTHER BARGAINS SACK Just Received-New '
Shipment .
-"' .... CRICKET POISON $4.50
of Seeds For Fall Planting
Other 1.65 to 3.5OSTERNBERG'S
Barbfxt: ** $ *$ rt''

Western V.Auto S. ST. JOHN Associate, Owner Store Edan Mash _- $2.30 Tuxedo Egg Mash 2.70ft 1



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GUM HRANC1IRy I 1.24 All Blk 11, Town of Law- .
NOTICENotlNI S 21 40 W. C. Clemons tey W of fly S3 5 S3 k.
Elizabeth. Ilurnjgo gSrV/ff NWC.r"of St"".
Sties 8 of All Blk 12, Town of Law- Bunk !
1 SWVi of NEVi & run tey W of Ry 23 5 22 It. !I".s
S. Sapp were 8 2ro11,8 ft. B 1434 ft to A. Blan"lttrd
Mr and Mrs. thenceNortherly Lot 8 of Blk 22 Town of
visiting her brother-in-law and I I. hereby given that the following described lands for taxes, or 110 of much U3'th..ln right of way 318.,7 ft, W Lawtey W of Ry S3 5 S3E O. J. Pit .I 1t!

{' ,'k sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson thereof a.. will b. necessary 10 pay the amount with cu..t due. of such sale and 1251 ft to beg In s.aCo'm "* Maude WalnwrlgUtS 2.77 Lot 4 of Blk S2, Town ofLawtey 1111"1 -
.set Olp".lte to the same ofp"pt..m..r. NI 6 W of Ry S3 22S 0.: :
Thursday a t Keystone sold .t public aurollDI1 on Monday the Ind day J. PLllllp.
will I" of Blk 4
adv.rl.ln at
of Elk :1
Cta at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the Courthouse Lot 3. 4.S, 6
1) &
Heights A of Bradford In the City of ,tjlarke, Stale: of FlorIda. of Hellbronn Spring's ft: &: Lots 3. 4 of alkV I
dour, the County run N 130 ft, K 440 Town of
4 H. M. McRa and son Owen TaxrrDeaeriplea S 130 ft, W 440 ft to of Ry 23 S3 I

McRae of Pine Level, and Arthur !!o.... T R A Oweee Caley beg at right with angles public to Com 75ft N from !SB' Cor Cleo F. Young ,
l. McRae, of Starke, were visiting a'' of SW14 U 8 19 80 Empire Lumber Co 8.21 road ex 1 Lot In of Hotel Lot &: run W I(I IJ
jig Norman Saturday. All, H'" of SE' !, S NW Cur of same 65 ft 76 ft. N 75 ft, E 75
N. f26
f T. 3.98
l River 8 19 20 Empire Lumber Co. N &: S by 160 ft E ft 3.94 ft, S 75 ft to pt of beg
? ,' f < Mr. and Mrs. WlUlon Coner of 28 8 19 180 Empire Lumber Co. 11.08 36 21 Maude Watnwrlght Town of Lawtey W of ,

In this section NWYo 'I 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. 8.2'1 E"yWy of Lote 7, 8, 9, of Ry Cor23 5 22 3fnude 1
visiting 1
Rising, were say{ ot HE14 Blk S &: KH of Lots II, Com 34 ft S from SE "alnwrlaht
Friday. SI of IP, a 'I 19 80_ O.neva Harrell 11.19 12 of Blk 4 & Lots I. of Hotel Lot &: run W I'

Nhlla of NWII. & FraelNW 3. 11. 12 of Blk 7 &: 40 ft. 1421 ft. E40ft.N J
Mr and Mrs. Marcus Conner % of NWh 3 'I 19 60 T. B. Edwards 1.10 all Blk 8 ex Lots 3, 10 2.26 21 ft to pt of beg./

t.. of Rising:, were visiting Mr. and I SEye of FIE" 10 'I 19 40 Lloyd Barry I.U In Hellbronn. Springs 36 5 SI bloods Wainwright Town of Lawtey W of 23 II d'1
of One half und Int In Ry Emma
& NE"4
of NW". P.
.ri4a Mrs. Eldon Sapp recently Eli If 16: 8V4 of NEy IB 'I 19 160 EmpIre Lumber Co 1836Wo I. S &: WVi of Lots Com BS ft S from !SE' Cor Hll,
of Jacksonville, t WIlt of NEV. It 'I U 20 U.neVa H..rrell 4,81 1'1. IS of Blk 4 In Hell 1.61 of Hotel Lot &: run W I
J. D. Carter ,{, Of NW'/t Maude Walnwrlght
Barry 86 U ft 8 104 ft. E 100
of $Wy4 It 'I U to Lloyd bronn Spring 8 6,tttl 100 "
HWy/ Clemons
r1'I' night with J. A. I n 40 Mr. Maggie 104 ft to pt of
pent. Saturday NE14 & Eye, ofNW NWVi of 3.86 ft, N
HI'J.of NW/ Mr. Annie R. Alvares
% It 'I U 180 Mn. Bula Harnll 10.nNW14 All NBVi rondSH 2 8 21 167 beg Town of LawteyW
? Harnage.Mr. of of NWViNEV of Ry 23 6 '
& Mrs.
.f RWh
14.37 W
and Mrs. T. N. Norman NEy of SW41 12 'I 19 60 A. A. Edwards 1.10 of SWV' 3 8 11 .0 W. R. StrIckland ILot27ftN&Sh3 100 E. rorod, I'.

Jacksonville\ re- s litE". & 10.% WH{ at NEV & EHNH of 26.90 ft E&w&on: W' side
were visiting in of18 Co. 13.98 4 8 21 160 M. C. Roster
I wyy'of 7 19 120 EmpireLumber I W44 2.63 of Ktate St Bounded N
cently. : 3-4 of NWVi of NWye. 11 20 Hesele Carter 2.63 by Torode Lot &: 8 by
Nofu NE'4SLn. HWy .. .. 21 20 DoIII. Pow..rs.
Town of
&: SH of NWV. ofNBVi NW" ()eod F. Young,
Rev. and Mra. Rohdon and NE'A of SWIIa0: Z3 A of NE"4 &: W3of Lawtey W of Ry 23 B 23 Mrs Hattie i

I daughter cf McClenny attended of SWt44' of 8W4i 12 7 19 133 Guy J. Harr.1I 11.01 I NBVi &: NWV & Wok{ 380 J. W. Townsend 30.48 1 Lot 55 ft N &: S by 100 Nolan, I
Slay, of "'Ellt &: E'i' otHWII of SWVi 8 6 U ft E &: W on W aide of
tt church at Union Sunday and were : of 8c'':'. l' 20 80 !loin.. S.. N. Johns Jr. 1.80 WH of SWVi of NF.4..x} State St. Bounded N by

dinner pests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Com at NW Cor ot NWyeof I N S A A E1I.of t EII. 30 Wm Thomas 1.73 Noland Lot A S by 'j
NW14 &: run E 1412t \ NWV. ex: N 6 A :g : 221 : Thede Lot Town of
t3 of this section Vyof NO Mrll Inca Kelley 2.24
s: Sapp : yds. iii 860 ydH, W I 8 I of SKV .97 Ry Cor23 1 22 Oeo. F I
20 Alex L. Barnes 246yftYSo
W. H. Atkinson, of Mason City, 148 10 28 heg yds, N. 880yds 1 6 10 20 Ida bloody 3.83 EH of of NEVi NWV.of SEViSWVi H : ,1 to Empire: Lumber Co 8.71 Com of Lot 3 &: of run NW B 120 Young Ii

was visiting friends in this section Sfo of NEy &: Com at SBV, of NWVi & N!'y/ ot 17.09 ft for a pt of beg, 'J
: Friday afternoon. Nt: Cor of c H't\\. of HE'I, SWye II 8 !21 RO Josephine Edwards 1.29 thence run E 60 ft, 8100ft.W .
to Alex L. aartle.
&: run 14 10 Nec Cur, NWy4 of RWYo 12 8 2t 60ft.N100ft
g A Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Conner thence W on Sec tine EV4 of NWM of NE'/\ & Unknown 8.92 to pt of beg Town .

.5 5 of Boatdraln were visiting Mr 991i ft. thence Northerly NEil of 8WV of NLy14 : 2t- 30 1.29 of Lawtey E of Ry.,
4 I to yA Bec line. III r NWW' of NWV4NWV. 14 2t to Floyd Crosby .. :23-24-25 26 5 23 D. C. & '
and Mrs. T. N. Norman Monday ft W of beg. thence E 4.23 .. of SRVt 22 8 40 n M. MeRa. 1.29 Com 210 ft B of SW Cor M*ttle". d
10 pt tlf beg 2. 20 88 Ida :J. errltt NWH of NWVi & WI! of of Lot 10&runN210
afternoon. I 50 J. R. }[all 1.80
( N'<' of 8,1. of NW.1 & of NWI4" 8 21 ft. E 105 ftr S 810 ft,
: J. C. Snpp of Sampson City Nye{ of NI'V, of HW',. It 8 20 40 E. A. & Mllbel Sapp 4.02 BV4.wt NWii &: SWVi of 120 J. E. Brown 4.85 W 106 ft to beg, or Lot '
& 8 21
1It1 "" of tlW S'4of : 29 IOC Town of Lawtey
was visiting In this section Fri- NE\4\ of HW" &: all Beg at SE Cor of NWVi E of Ry In Sec 23-

1 day morning. MW'! of.H/: :Y S of 2.81 of NWVi' of 24WySee4 24-25 26 S SSB Unknown
6 20 80 E. A. Sapp
Hranch & run N 66 degrees W Lot 13 Sub Dlv ex Lot
W R. Alvarez: of Starke was NW" of SEy4: all l E11, 735 ft to Sec line thenceN 1, Town' of Lnwtey E
? of 81:44 W tlf public, 870 ft to NW 'or or 23-24-25 26NH 22
In this section on business Mon ./ of Ry In Sec! L. H. Haztard
of .
road &: all 8WIf, NWM of 8WVi thence H of Lot 16. Town of
day morning.A 1U1; N of Mill I breach 11 8 20 70 Mn. J.. P. Dowtlntr 1.40 860 ft. S 660 ft to beg Lawtey E of Ry In Sec
All E'A. of NK4' E of I A N Hide & ex
ox on :
26 5 S3C
number of people of this sec Brant'h 1 12. 20 65 Mra. S. N. John, Jr. 1.84 3-4 A In NE Cor t 7 21 6 1\1 ary. Plllard I.37 Lot 23-24-25 20 ex. 1 Lot 100 ft L. H. Hiizzard

tion attended church at Union All NWYo ot NVIi H N ot 1.84NEy4 Blk 40 In Sampson CityI&I N&Sby400ft: E&:
graded road 11.46 A U 8 10 12 Unknown A K of rtlk 40
: W In NW Cor. Townof
Sunday, I of SW'I' 12 tI 20 to Carrie T. Dowling et al t.8t E4y of NW'4 ofSWye
20 to J. O. Turner et al ...61N"l 2 Lawtey F of Ry In
8E4. of Sw4y 12 tI 4 1 21 Mary C. Pillard 3.87
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shaw Sees. 23-24-25 26 S3 Mrs. Annie
4 t.of N"4' ex 2 A In Lot 8' of Blk 12 Lou I Oodwil
Lot 26 W 55 ft Townof
ex ,
children of Raiford were visiting t1W Cor & NW44 of eon City 21 Unknown 3.U
Wednes- NEYo .x 2 A In IE: Cor 14 6 20 76 E. A. Sapp 2.36 W t A ot Sy, ot SW" Lawtey E of Ry In
and Mrs. F .3.
Mr Sapp In Sees 23-24-25 26 6 S3S Mrs
8.11NIoH' E.
Lumber Co. R.
awYo of HW" 16 8 20 to Empire of NE\Io 6 1 21 4 Melinda Prldg..on 3.89 Harmon |
La wt
Lot 27 Town f y
day evening. of NEy4 & 8W\4\ 'I on aide of \ >
of NI4\ 2t 6 to 80 Empire Lumber Co. '1.29ElF.4 01 tja SE\410 7 21 7 T. N. KendrIck 2.64 E Ry In Sec 23-

of NE'4 &: SE'4 2t 6 20 200 Mra. D. W. Kelley 80.U NEy4 of zJwYo of NF.4 16 7 11 10 Unknown 1.64 24-25 26 23S r* H. HIII ,
PINE.EVEL M\oH. of HW" U 6 20 to (Irady Mlnll 1.29 NJoIt of NW\Io &: NWy4 ot Lot 80 31, 33 Town ofLawtey e
: SEV/ u 6 20 80 It. 1:1. Johne 14.61NWye NWYo of NE'4' 16 1 21 60 Unknown 6.20 F: of Ry In
By Mrs. II. M. McIUe U 6 20 160 loin. D. W. Kelley 16.60 NyA of SE' Yo of NEvi ]8" 11 20 Unknown II.63 Sees. 23-24-25 26 S3S M. F. Brown i
ot Dlk 24 NewItlver 20 Unknown 2.08 NH of Lot 33, Town ofLawtey
t Lou t. II Nye of NW'4 of IIWH 11 1 21
23-14 8 20 E. A. & Mabel Sapp 1.84... E of Ry In
Eld. W E. Hall of Green Cove W of W'y of NE'// & 23
44 Sec 23-24-25 26
Lot 1 of Blk 211 New 1. 10 A of 2B 7 2t 60 Unknown R.92HEi. Emma P. Hill <
Springs filled his regular appointment River 23-14 8 20 1';. A. & ltJabel 8app 1.84 .. of NEYo' 20 7 21 to Empire Lumber Co. 3.71 Lots 50 60A Town of
NWIof NWLI 26 8 20 40 It. S. Johns 6.99 Lawtey B of Ry In
at Pine Level Church EI'J of 8Wllt (.fNWyNEV' &
I NWofNWy4&8yofNW !! of HW4! 21 7 21 60 F. T. Abernathy 1.80 Sees. 23-24-25 26 6, 22 C. H. Kettles |
with a large attendance. Four I % 2'1 8 20 120 111..... n. W. Kelley 17,031p' I'IEIof' sr./o' 23 'I 21 to Unknown 311 Lot 51, 52, 63 54, 65. 68 .

members were added to the of NF.I' u' 20 80 l\Ir" D. W. Kelley 71,35NV4 NEy, of )4Wy4 .x road, at 'I 21 38 T. B. Cornelleon 3.76 less 1 Lot (In NW Cor
ofl, N\o:1Ia 38 tI 20 41) Grady 1\.11..11\. 1.29H of Lot 54. 210 ft N&S: I
Nut of N' of NW1', exF
church and two for baptism. The I 26 A of Lot 11 31 6 20 26 H. H. Green :Jr. 2.87 : 15 ft Sc ex: 8 A lake 25 'I 21 34 U. D. D'al 4,06 by 106 ft E &: W, Town
Boree Brothers furnished music HVA of Lot 12 31 tI 20 411 I'oIr. L. A. green t.II: All NEy4 of NWV/ E of Lawtey B of Ry In
I:1W'4: of SWII 32 6 21) tll MI'''. 1.. A. Green t.31 road Ofn 1 21 2t \.s. a. A. DubllY 8.21) Sees 23-24-25 26 S 22 O. H. ream
with their Instruments and also HE'.4 of OF:14 U 8 20 40 T. M. Stephens 8.32 NEVof NW4' 36 'I 2J to Emma. 1\Juehlenhardt 11.81i NH of Lot 67, Town of

sang some beautiful songs. I E4 ot NF:4NEvi I. of Lots 3. t 10 A In N101' Lawtey B of Ry. In
I t Ica 32 6 20 120 T. 1\1. fltep1>...n. 15.43 of NEil.or 1 II 2E 10 L. II. Hill 2,12E4A Sees 23242 26 5 32 Emma P. Hill ;
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton;: Brown J and AF4:' of $Wy4 82 6 20 to art Green t.31 of Lot 9 &: all Lots Lot 58, 60, 63 Town of

I Buddy Oliver of Sampson City, j FlWH of SE'4: 3:1: 8 20 to 1. !t. Unell t.31 11 & W 44 of Lot Irfiwtey f: of Ry In
All W'y of HW14 ot SWy 1 f:' Wondlawn I 1210 6 22 30re.. Teresra Becker 7.18 Sees 23-24-25 28 6 23 w.. Mrs. E. R. Harmon
were dinner guests of Mr. and 101 of road 3t: 6 20 16.. 1\t. Stephens 2.96 E',0 of Lot 11 In Wood' Lot 63 Town of Lawtey, .
Mrs. J. L. Underhill Sunday. 1"4' ot N"4:' 33 8 20 to 1'llau Wilson Let, 9.28 lawn 10 II 22 II Mary SilvIa 2.80 E of Ry In Sec 23-:
I Will of Nls'I/. Ns nf Lots 19, 20. 28. 29, 30 24-25 '26 S 22 Oeo. J. White l lL
Friends of J. Underhill are NW'N: W% of t l'33 8 20 200 T. lit. Stephens 26.43 Woodlawn 11110 6 22 60 Unknown 7.68 NH of Lot 1 & all Lot :

sorry to see him In such poor N'of HW'4 & Sy! of Lot 35. 38 In WoodlA 10 Ii 22 20 Unknown 2.60 6 ex. S 205 ft of Lot 6,
NW 14 3t: 6 to 180 T. M. Stephens H 03 Otts Sub-DIv :B Lawtey H. Hill
Lots 44
4 n, f8 In Wood'
health again and hope he will 14FPr.' 3t 8 20 160 Lawrence Wiggins 13.2 lawn 10 II 22 30 Unknown 4.15 Lots 10. 11, Otts Sub-DIV

sooa be able to attend church, N\o:"4 3t 6 20 161) Walter Will 18.73 Late I, 2, 3. 4 & W'J' ot B Lawtey UnknownCorn
NWy/ 2 7 20 160 Lawrence Wigglna 18.06 Lots 6. 8 & all 9. 10. at NB Cor NW's..
for he enjoys It sO much. N\oH\ .x FJ 24 A 6 7 21) 138 F:. J. &: Katie Hagen 10.11 11. U, 13, :14, 15, 18. of Sec 24 &f.. H '"
Miss Mary Powell of Starke NW'4' of 1'1\0/1' 6 'I 20 to :Empire Lumber Co. 4.81 17. 18. 20. 21. 23. 24. to land of L. H. Hill. ,
NI'of NWI' 6 'I 20 to R. H. Green Jr. 3,31i 26. 212'1 In WondlAwn thence W on line or. a
spent the week-end with Miss Lole 8, 9. 10 8 7 20 ItO R. H. Haul..rMon 37.H &: WIl, ot NEYo of 14Ey4 11 II 22 240 L. H. JlIII 28.47 said land 750 ft, S 630 j .:-'!. ,
Haven Crosby. Lots. 11, 12 8 7 20 180 R. U. Haulenon H.94Lote Lots 29, 81 III Wood- ." ..' ft W 600 ft. N 1000 ft. '
Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mrs. J. D. 1. 2 'I 1 20 160 C. L. Atkln..un 14.9t lawn 11 6 22 20 Unknown 1. .8.t8 E 489 ft, thence Northerly .' i "k',., I
2 A In SE Cor nf Lot It Lot 41 In Wondlawn 11 6 22 10 Unknown 1.82 1000 ft, E 186 ft to d.I .
Odom of Sampson, came over I & t-3 A In SW Cor of Lot 43 In Wondlilnw 1l I 22 10 neo. Weeks 1.113 I beg 23-24' S 22 .i20, Mrs. E. R Harmon '
horseback riding and visiting I.ot 12 'I 'I 20 2 0 W. Barry 1.29 Lot 6t In Woodlawn 11 6 22 10 Palll lonjfle 2.1i0 Com at a pt on Ry where .
IJoYo: ot I'IEYo' ex road 8 7 20 40( 1\r. LIllie Cone t.31 Lot 23 In Woodlawn t1 I b; 22 10 Unknown 1.83 K &: W line of Sec 23
friends here Monday. NSA' o N\o4 Me SW'4 of Lots 68, 59, 60 In Wood. I crosses A run N on Ry _
O. W. Jackson of Palatka was NIoH Aleo that portion lawn It II 22 SO Unknown f.Ra 960 ft, to road running
of H94ofNWyeEofroadabout' Lots 49 51 In 10 J. East from Ry. thence Eat
Woodlawn T.
tI I 6; 22 Munds 8.18
visiting at II. M. McRae's Sun 3 A a 7 20 123 C. C. Melvin 11.01 Nfo\4\ of NEye' U 6 22 to L. H. lUll 4.63 right angles to Ry

day afternoon. Mrs. Jackson and NWy4. .x 3 A In llre Cor E'buof SWI'} of NEy4 &: 1440 ft to a pt of beir. i
&: N\o4 of SW'4 ex I AIn of thence N to
Ar4. KWIIa ot NEL, & parallel Ry
little son stayed over for a visit 101" ('0.. a 'I 20 198 Mrll. Alma Shaw 112.tO & WI: 840 ft, thence B at I

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 A In R\oJ Cor ot NIo4 rIl1.lw rV'1re:} I12 Ii 23 90 Unknown lU7 right angles 1050 ft.
of LOW% 8 'I 21) 1 Mre. n. W. flapp 8,82 of st thence S. with
WV' :4of NF:1Ia U 6 22 10 U. W. Haviland 3.18 parallel
O. W Boan. t.ot 8 of Hlk t Ward City 8 7 20 Mrs. L. A. Green. 2.66 Ry 840
Hre'4 of SFW. of NEVI U 6 22 10 Unknown 1.83 ft, thence W at .
Kid. and Mrs. W E. Hall and iota 3. 4.of Hlk 8 Ward H. : lolli, of SW'4 of SW'4 U 6 22 10 Unknown 1.82 right angles 1050 ft to .
Mr. and Mrs Eddie Murrhee and City 8 7 20 po Crosby 11.I18 NI:4t of tlW4! Me NW'4 of8Ly beg 24 S 23 20 Emma P. Hill .
Lots. 22, 23. a4 ot l-llk 8 IS Ii 22 80 Unknown NKVi of NWVi of NEVi
+ .; little son, were dinner guests of Ward (.lty 8 7 10 Mrs. Minnie E. Huen 11.76 Ny J. ot SW'J 12 Ii 22 20 Lawrence O. Weekly. 8.93 t.1i3 &: WH, of NWV of
Lot 10 of JHk 11 Ward NW\Io of HW1V/ of 12 10 Unknown NBVi of
8W'4 6 2:1
Mr and Mrs. Ralford Alvarez 8 20 Louamanda Pinholeter 1.48 : 1.82
City 1't4{ of HW" of 8E.. 12 Ii 22 20 M. 8. Sherman 8.U ofWNh&y'NWy4: Ot NEye
S nday They also visited Mr, Lot 4 of Blk 12 Ward Laura E. Baxter 1.48Lot NI' of NI'4' of 12 6 23 20 l.. U. Weekly, Trustee 3.U 24 5 22 60 L. H. Hill
8 7 20
atd' Mrs. George Cone. City Lots 7. 8. 9&: all 4Lot10 SWVJ of NEVJ ex VfV, of
yl, i 2 ot Ink 13 Ward W of road &: Lots 17. SWVi of MWVi of NBVi 24 1Z2\ 35 Roy C. Campbell
!\(. P.
H. M. McRae was visiting his I City' a 1 20 Matheny 1.48Lot 47, 48. 50. 83 In Wood- SWV. of SEVi of SWVi 25 S I; 22 10 W. C. Dcyo & Bro. I Ilt

a son-in-law and daughter Mr, and 12 of Alk 16 Ward 8 7 20 Mr. L. A. Green 2:2:: lawn I2 I 23 80 L. H. Hili 9.63 SH of NVi of SWVi! of
City NEV' tlf SW"4 of SW11 12 6 2:1: 10 Unknown 1.83 ." 25 B 23 1* UnknownS
C Mrs. Allen Hall, in Jacksonville. Lots 11 t, 13 of Blk 16 Lot 63 &: Noy of Lots 1i7. of SEVi of :
I\Ir.. L. A. Green
8 'I 20 8.691.nte
Ward City 68 NWy
Thursday & all Lot 60 In SWV. of SKV. of
lit of Dlk 19
9. J. P. Roberts '.62 Wotldl..wn J2 I 22 SO W. c. n..yo & Bro Inc 11.271 W of road A NEil of
Mm. M. J. Fouta Die Ward City 8 'I 20
Lots If, 1i9 In WoodlAwn 20 of
13 I 2:1: Unknown 1.26 SWVi SWVi &: SWV.
e The many friends of Mrs. M. All Ward I-Ilk City 2:1: ex Lot 7, R 'I 21) Tnknown 441 Lots 311, 63. 14 In Wood- I of, $Wy of SWV, A K:

38 Mr. LIllie Cone lawn 13 6 22 Sf T.. H. Hill 4.16 3-4 of N"io of NKVi! of
J. Fouts were grieved to learn I'IW" of HW'I leee road 9 'I 20 t.07
Lot 68 In '
Woodlawn 13 6 22 10 Mrs Th..r..a. Mathle 2,1i0 SKV: &: 81.fV* of NKVi of
of her death which occurred Fri I H"4 1oIf.Y' ;t of.x N1&NEy4\:fly : of 9 'I 20 14 Wara Corp 23.18 l''A4' of HELof NEy14" 5 23 20 Morris Mayer 7.26 SKVi' &: E'Xi! Of SEVi of 1
NW44 of SISVof: NEy4. 14 I U 10 Little MI. s K Vi 25 S 22 85 L. H. Hill
day at Lakeland, where she was NWI of MN'4 .x Hy 9 'I 20 3. Waray Corp &.68tI" 6.27 !
& ot FAA of RW'4 o 810:11. 14 I 6; 22 20 RDea Williams 3.29 ElF.IIof SWVi of SWVi 25 6 22 10 C. T. &: M
visiting relatives. trwyl NE" : 811114 10 'I 20 120 L. Z. Williams 800 $y Lots l.nta. 3. t &: all of NW'4 of SWy25 5 23 10 Elicit J. Olnklnn

Planting Alnto't finished N"4 .f NW'J, W1fr ofNWy4 61 f.nt 6 In Woodlawn 14 II 22 30 Unknown 4.83 E\Io of NV'' of SW14 ot
NV' of a & all Lots :' Reed
108 'Va..ay Corp : 28 5 22 6 Joe
'I 20 18.891'I1
The berry growers In our sec 'x fly II, 16 In Wondlawn &: All NV4 of SEVi of SWVi '
to Lawrence Wigglsa
10 211 t.81
of to\folI 'I
tion have about completed their SWI, of NW\Io\ & NW44 In4! of RI VI of fly 14 II 22 33 L. Jr. Hili 1.13 E of Ity 28 5 22 13 !Mr. O. O. AnnliS

work of setting plants after all of SW % &: Eo.;. of 8Wh Lot at In Woodlawn U II 22 10 O. H. Pearce 1.83 Nil of NWVi of SEVi of
eX a A In HW Cur oNIP loOt U In Woodlawn U II 23 10 Unknown SWVi W of Ry &: NU4of
the good rains. of SWy J 13 7 20 2U H. L. HOIiKh 31.36N" 1.82 NEVi of SWVi of
Of NWVI of FlI'4. 14 'I 20 JIO Empire Lumber Co 2'68N"4 Lot 43 tn 'Voodlawn U 6 22 10 Unknown 1.12 swv &: Nwy4 of 6wv
? of NEtall NE\1 Lots 4. 13 In Woodlawn 16 II 32 20 Unknown -, 2.50 of SWVi ex 1 A to Bennett

VISIT NKOKO: DEMONSTRATIONS of Nrel N of road 16 'I 21) U Lawrence WIg.Ina 6.62NWV4 Lot 34 In Wondlawn 16 II 22 19 Unknown r j & N ItO Hw4f26
of IItW" 11) 'I 20 to David (.'oh'man 5.35N1 Lots 39. 40. 41, t2 In 1.83 SWVi.. of SWM of S3 20 UnknownS
flW'4 II 'I 20 10 Hrooke. Turp"ntln. Co 1:92: Woodlawn 15 II 22 to Unknown .. flf Bt'Yo: 8WW W
4 of S144Vleae R 8 A 16 '1:10: 84 David Coleman 1'19 Lot 44 &: WV' of Lot 45 4.83 of Ry 28 S S3 8 Sarah Hogan
Jackson County Negro farmers I' 1 A In NW ,'0.. of NW'/ In WootUawn 15 6 22 15 Unknown 1 Lot 100 ft ..q on N

recently made a tour of a number of NW'4 lying 140 yds Lots t. 13 In WoodlAwn 16 II 23 20 C. C. Moeley 2.80 Side of SWVi of SWV4 E '
N&92: y35ydsE&W Lots. 19, 20. 29, 30 In 1.26 of &: adjoining road 26 K S3 A. E. BurneyN44
of farms'! In the county and I 18 7 20 t 1\11'1I. LIllie Cone 1.69E WoolIawn 16 II 22 to O. C. Barn. of NKV of NE:">4 of

witnessed! and discussed!' demonstrations 30 A of Wlfr ot NEI 17 7 21) ao Mrs. 1..1111. Cone 7'79 Lots. 31, 38 In WoodlAwn 16 I 22 20 Unknown 1\56 SRVi. & SEVi,; of NKVi of
of NEtt 17 'I 20 811 Mire J.l1I1. Cone 8.41NG4 Lots t.l. 44. 60 In Wood- 1,10 SFy&3AinNW'or
with principal cash I of 8\0.11\ &: E'y' of lawn 16 I 22 31) T... H. 11111 of NEVi. of SEVi of SBVi
crops. Benefits'! from good seed, N1094 of OW'4 11 1 20 80 Empire Lumber Co. 7.StI Lots n. 48 In WbodlAwn 16 \ 4.16 WK. of 8KV4 of SEVi
Coin" 9U It W of NE Cnr II 22 20 Unknown 1.60 of SBH &: SWVi of SEVi
proper fertilization and cultivation of H..c 18 Me run \VU72'AA loOt iii In Woodh.wn 16 6 22 10 Unknown 1.82 of SKI/' & EL4 Of SRVJ

.and soil conservation were ft. R 1320 ft. E23721y Lot 43 In Woodlawn 17 5. 22 10 [.. H. Hill or RWJq of SEyA: SV4
The tour I tt. N 1320 ft to8'yPtof Lot 4:1,: In Wnodlawn 17 6 23 10 Unknown I. 1.112 FEVNEy of SWVi\ Of
emphasized. was conducted i Lotir &I8 'I 10 13 Q. W. Barry 7.20 Lots. 63. 62 In Woodlawn 17 6 22 21) Unknown 182 28 6 23 43 L. H. Hill
by O. W Nealy. Negro ; less toy Lot 6,'. In WoodlAwn 11 II 22 10 Matilda N..IIJon. 3:18 260: Com at SW Cor of SWV4\
farm agent with the State Agricultural less I lot 30 ft by 100 ftos I..nt 68 &: S'A: of 39 In of SRVi: & run B on
N .Ids of Ity to Wo..dlawn 11 II 22 U Unknown Sue line 418 ft to a pt
Extension Service. church IS 7 20 U J. F. !'haw., 11.StI Lot 80 In 'oodlawn 11 6 2:1: 10 Unknown 290 of heft thence N 660 ft
I 8141' of NW'1) & Niita of n4W4 Lots. I, 2. 3. 15. 34. 48. 1.83 K 19D ft, H 660 ft, Vol
NOTIC'H TO h..1.\n\"T I } & 'ShtN of river 68 In Woodlawn 18 II 22 70 L. H. Hili 19S ft to b" : NWVi
IN TIIH tlllfllT nit MT lM. "X NW14 of 1'11'' ;'", It 'I 20 160 EmpIre Lumber Co. 18.68SW'4 Lots 13. 20 ill NI of ..25 of SWV' of SB"' 28 5 23 13 Unknown
FOIl llliAIIKOIIIt I' 01' '\ '1' V.f' of N1ti. & s.q of Lot 19 In \Voodlawn lR 6 22 211 Wm. Reddish. E4." of SEV4! of NWVi of
KUOII1UV.. 1\ tllMr.llnpmanl \ I NWL & Nlol', of $WtI Lot U In 'o"lawn 18 I 6; 2:1: 10 !\{. L. Thompson 369 "K Vj 26 5 22 K L. H. lull l
T. Fletcher" NWli nf SEV & Lots I, 3. 3, 4, 6. 6. 8. 2.St NK14\ of NRVl of NEVi 27 6 22 10 Emma P. HillI
Plaintiff 'I. of NWLi K 18 11.d.. :34. 311. 45. 48. 6t. Nui'Vn2 NAVYof NKV ex
.w.Lethelda.. ,, Aol NWVi of N%V'4 22Coin 7 20 212 Brooker Turpentine Co. iii.13I Ii3 In Woodl..wn t9 I 22 160 PU"II Water Co. 22 18 J. P. Wyrlck:
J. Fletcher, 60 chns W of NB Cor Lots 16. 36, ill Nu of Lot 21.48 E., of NEVi "f NEVi of"
UerendanL I[I uf 'K"c 23 A run S 60 8M & all Lnts. t3. H. 47. Ir NW'4V: 2 A ot
.V THE NAME: OP TUB' STATE dins., W 20 chns. N 60 48. n. 60. U In 'Vood- NW44 of NW\\, of NEy27 5 23 7 D. W. starling
Ort FLORIDA. UKEKTIMIS: : fhns, K 20 rhns, to beless << lawn 20 II 22 95 unknown S'4 of HWy of SW":. &:
TO: Hethel.Lt J. Fleulior, whose H H A of N 20 r.ol 32. 34 In Woodlawn 20 5 23 20 Unknown 14.80 2'0 ot4 g of NW4! of SW" gems
K last known address I.. 209 Kant: rhns, also com 80 chns. Lou 31. 13, 66, 80 In SW'4' Y'27 t 23 25 Robt L. &: Evelyn
William Street. 'ulDvlii-r. Virginia. W of NK 'or of Sec 25 \\'olllllawn 20 I 22 .0 Unknown K13' or NF.4 of SK'/i: ex"
You nre hereby .. A run H 340 ft for pt E'4" of Lot 117 In Wood- 483 420 ft13H( A 37 6 22 14 J. L. Harrell
pear to the bill of compin lit of b.-.gthence S 910 lawn 20 6 22 II W. E. Torod. Con at NE Cor of Sep
fllml herein nrnlnnt you. on or heI ft, W 12H4 ft, N 910 ft, W'4 of Lot 117 In Wood I'112 2J &: run W 1620 ft. H /
F: 1284 ft to b"If-2:1: A 25 7 20 11 H. H. Ford 353 lawn 20 1020 ft, K 1630
for,,' Monday I the 2nd ".IY of September. 5 a2 II Unknown ft, N
; A. I iV 194.1). I NWV, of 8WV 26 7 10 40 Empire Lumber Co t.86 Lot. 63 \Voodlawn 20 6 2:1: 10 Unknown 9.1E 1'83 lO i .ft. to beg 28 6 22 40 J. R. ShufordAll
Ill -.In further: ordered thut thin W H of NKV A NH of )1W14 of NFLi 21 I 22 40 Unknown il3 i".8.&: Nh r Lot
order'b I published In the Bradford NW'Ni'.4 of HK' I" 27 7 SO 210 Empire Lumber Co S3 7(1 E or SE" &: !. Lots ., 66, 57._
County Telegraph. a newspaperpublished 844{, of NWV, of OWL, 1 I.n 211V.. H. Morgan 3.34 F." of NF 4iot 21 I U 60 J. R. Shuford 6 1i9, 60 A NH of Lots
In said. County of Brad*1 One half undivided Interest E'1o of NEyex 10 A In Lo63. 64 |In Woodlawn 29 6 22 85 Unknown
,4 ford once each week for four' In the followingtlwHtrlbeit N\o Cor 22 II 12 70 Oeo F, Young 7. 10, 46 &: SH of
coo -cttttve wveks.WITNESS lands: SH" "* Ev. of NEyof NWV' less U.38 I.ot 47 In Woodlawn' 29 E 22 35 Unknown

my bund And official 'SWelagA' In NW f A for cemetery 2S I U 19 r. t. & I\{. Dlngfelder rot. A7'-2*' 35J 36 ".
set this 31st day of July. A. I>. I ( 0". Also ex that portion NE',. of NWV. of SWy4 U I 22 10 n. F.. Knight 711ft 3'85 311, & SV of Lots
1940. N of graded county 8F.4 of SEv of IIWV23 6 n 10 I). W. Starling 42. 43 all s.-i:
(FFirtAL FlreA t.) A. J. Thom.., road running W from NE",, nt HW.Ice. 23 I 22 40 Malt..1 Walnwrltrht 1.34 423 LoV 33- 64 In S 23 13t W. If. Graham
I CI..rk'I..eult Court Stste Farm road A EV4 of IIWI4 of SE422 5 U 20 D. n. I 29& I'I' H rLoTSo"
1 4t Auiiust 2. 9, IS. S3. 44Wyof\ SKV' 25 5 21 116 Unknown 14.4T E'.. of W4! of SW" of 726 : W"ot Lot 4*. 49,
IItl':';" of NKV.* ex: S A : U I I& alt loOt.
22 18 60
1 J. .1
P. In
SB 25NH 5U: 35 Unknown F4I Wyrick 2. '
in Oor 119 All of NEy4 W of U Woo FOR BABY'S COMFORTMcGee's of SEV' of NWVi 2* 5 It 31) Mre. Laurie C Clemons 91 Hy less 9 A owned by Lot 83 In Woodlawn 21 E 23 45 H. Hill
Baby Elixir is Intendedfor KH of SWVi' of HWVi TSH I 1\ 10 Mr... H C. lo Edwards ilt! Jane Byrd &: less 2 A NH of Lots 4142 29 E 33 10 L.
of 1'1"' :' 278H Ii It 10 U. L.\tlapp 1'12 43 Clemons
". tB .
Minor upsets of the stomach It. F. Blanchard n I II tB 'A. M. Blanchard Lot 9 S9 S 33 15 L. C. "nDY
of NW i ex :3 I A InNI NV' of NW 476 &dWVnof
% .f N":44 U II II 2O ){. 1'. Drown : Lot ,,
t and bowel that remit from 1 Cor A all NH" of NW' 7,26
over of NW(. A NVV' of &: all Lots. 18. lit 20
eating improper foods or tempo SWVi N of branch 27 I Z1 In 40 t'ry Maud R""dl..h 3.16 HW.4i of NWL/ 13 I U 60 0eo. F. Young SH of Lot 33 In Wood-&:
AFy SE4/ S Ii It Wainwright .11 15.01
N t A of IIWIot ot NE'4 lawn
rary over-acidity of the stomach.A o'f A of -. 30 S S3 50 UnknownS
tsKV4 SWV 8W'i L .
a bottle of McQ.'. Baby Elixir SKVi 29 I !!It 110 Mr.. C. F' Norman 17.69 r..f 3 NWy of jtlk a Town OflS 11:11: t 0..0. F. Young 2.101r1t''I:11I tit' In 44' Wood 45' "lawn'" 80' P. Starlln
$% AW44 of SW% or Lot 4 32 6 It U.I. \V. Towna..nd 5'1)' 30 S3 6* H.
costs only 3Sc.'CARPKNTKK'S. Ity II b ot
U Lot
t I'IW" of N a. 32 6 U 48 Wm Holllnjt..wortlt l'i, : 7tT' otU R. A. Griffis 3.119 WI" 51 In Wood-
; ; lilt TO STORE 1\1\ Sfre. IL n Lots S0 E 33 S UnknownIn
Ely of NWV of NWy34 Ii It C. Edwards a:11: Lawtey W I
of Ry U 1 II Mamie Lou Edwards 1.311 33. :34. 35. ", n, n CIPAGE "+,e's
j Woodl..wn at I. S3 10 L. C. RoY



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T R A. Owner & l'oas Taxe* |I Tases .Ii NOTK'K TO nF.FF.1VDANT '
'rrl lilies De.erletl.. !Pee. T n A Owner A Cost; n..I....". ".... T R A 0...... ABeg l..l. IN TMK ( Illfl'IT fOt'KT OK THHFH.HTM J .,

SII. 41i Com at SB Cor of !SWW! i at SW Cor of NWW Jl ltM'141. riHC-IIIT t 1A.J !(

Sf 69, 60, 22 110 J. F. Morrillon of 8WW run W 798 of SEW & run N 430 FOR nKiltfnnit C'OUNTlr.Kl.OKI "
5A. 64.. at 15 19.035fd15' ft. N 315 ft NE 608! I ft for ut of beg thence It". IN C"" ('EIIY.

057' 68 In 15 U 40 Maude W.IQwrlaht ft, Easterly 204 ft, R K 210 ft. N 400 ft to Kenneth Halts, "
31 11,65, 174 ft, S 902 ft to beg. road. th..nc. W 210 ft toM Plaintiff.Mabel ,,
,dlsayn 8 9 10, 11, Also certain lands 8'! of See line, (thence 8 to -vs,
1 6' 17 III Mrs. H. SparkmanV pt of beg, also beg at Van Haaften Halle
fE16jZ I h l1 29, 18t of Ky In SEW J of SWW 28 8 23 10 H. E. John 24.66: SR Cor of NE'4 of defendant

35: 37.Iqjll iA1nSWCorofSW14 SWW A run W 1RO ft, IN TUB NAMK OF THH. STATE! 4

41, 4a. /9' of SEW J; 28 t 33 1 Dr. O. L. Haynes 1.53 N M10 ft, to road, K ISO OF FLftKltiA (1HF;" TINUS; / r
4' ft to S Sec. line, thenceS TO: Mable Van Haaften Halltt
4 j'SSA6341:4: 46tK H 0 58, Lots inal 1,Town 3 of of Elk Starke 1. Orlg-28 6 33 to beg 29 8 23 6 ..... E. JUtvh 1633 whose last known address I* Oitkaloosa -
62 Elvlna Morgan 7.04 Iowa.
All SWW of SEW of
k 69. e0, InU 15 22 120 J. F. Morrh.on 59.50 Lots 2, 4 of Ink 1. Orlg-' NEW. K of road sa. 23 2 Hoover-Futon Co. 2.. You are hereby required to appear -

dlM..n Woodlawn U 15 22 20 W. M. &: 1!;. S. Crawford ..994eigI" Inal} Town of Starke 28 6. 23 John Forvyth 1.04 W"a of NWW of SEW to the bill of complaintfiled

as 5 U 20 Mn. R. 1. Patton, Jr. 3.85 Lot 7 of Blk 9 Orig ex about 10 A fold diver herein against you on or before t.

<, Nw4 of SF NE:%% 15 23 10 R. L. Batton, Jr 2.34"t inal Town of Starke 28 6 23 Bradford C. Co-Opera- I persons 32Beg 8 !3 10 Unknown 7.34 I 1940. Monday September a"d. A, J.). ;1'/
:' of ot83 tlve Corp 14.77 at a pont I'j I
It Is further ordered that this
f SW'4 of NW U 5 U 15 R. 1.. .Datton, Jr 1.50 E 8 26 of ft Blk 3 In 18 of Original Lots 6 cf N of SW'.,I.e A tnO N SB'S 67, order be published In the Hradford t'
:In:, fE'" ftBE%, OfU 15 22 1 1. H. JIIII 1.43 Town of Stark 211..3 (has. Q. Woodbrldge 70.20 chnH chna,, \V.R 6 14 chns chns, N SKI' 2Wchna I County published Telegraph In said. ,County a newspaper of bradford ": I:

W 01 I.ot 11 &: all Lots 8, 8 of Blk 16 ex .K 8 chna to beg once each week for four f I,

tl of 11, 22, 23 K 48 3.4 ft. Original ex portion W of rond 33 8 23 4 Vasco Mitchell 4.98 consecutive weeks. i I
H. 1B' y.85 15 23 27 Emma P. Hill: 1.86 Town of Starke' U. 22 Chas. Q. Woodbrldge 134.22 Com at SW Cor of SWW' WITNESS my hand and official : ,

reel.VIW,4 of NW E 38.16 ft of Lot 6 7 of NRW A. run N 264 ft.R Seal I this Slat day of July A. V. I ")i
E of of OriainAITown 330 ft S 264 W l'
Blk 17, ft, 1B4OFFICIAL 'l
v'xrYNyfx' 85 15 U 111 J. 1. Harrell 5.13 830 ft beg 33 6 23 8RAL A J. Thomas, .
re of Stark 28 8 22 Cha. 3. Woodbrldg 1142 to 2 Leah Gregg 4.49 t..rk'Irl..lt Cc'\art. ," } .f "

4 of 4' of NW/i36 ,5 23 111 C. J. &: M. J'llngfeld.r 6.20NWt4 W of 36 1-3 Elk ft n of Lot Orl..lnalTown 5,7 1 A N In W \SW'. of,SEW"r of E',4of 33 6 23 1 Joe Johnson 101 4t August 2, 9, 18. 23. ,r' .r

U 40 A. C. Sumner Lots II'Lincoln ,
I ,8 3.211 of Starke 6, 7 of Blk "
28. 33Blk
ot N\\4 21 6 21 40 Unknown Chas G. Woodbrldge 70.20 City 33 8 23 Win, McLeoiI 2.13 \OTICH OP APPLICATION
N5 1 ti 5.90 I 21, Original Town of Lots 1\\. 7 of Btk 8 Lincoln FOR TtX ItKK.Il
0fof vF,4: 3 8 U 40 A. C. Sumn.r 3.29 Starke 28 6 22 Cha Q. Woodbrldge 136.55 City 32 8 23 Phillip A Jo. Johnson 3.13 c.....,e Hill 'Mo. 1< 3NOTICK .
5W14 W oft4 Lots I.3cxW50ft& Lot 6 of Blk 6 Lincoln IS IIKRKBY LIVEN / '
: of : 8 6 23 11 J. H. Walnwrlaht 10.81 Fracl Lots A, It of Blk City 33NW 6 23 Wm. McLeodSWW I.01 That N. \VnlnwrlKht.. Jr, an.f

gp of S moL E of 24, Original Town of of NWW. of NW'. Charley K. John holder of Tax ,
8 / U It Unknown 3.21 Starke 28 6 23 Unknown 1393Mrs. ex 8 A on W end AW I Certificate No. 702: Issued the 4th t

of 4. 3 6 23 25 Unknown 5.48 Blk 29 a* extended on A Vault lot 83 6 11 13 II. E. John 13.13 day of August A. h. 1930, has flls.fsame !
A of NE14 SE1} Rnsey.. map ex H'! 100 Coin at a pt 105 ft S In nty office and has made

A off 'Nln,Viof 8Ey. 3 1 23 25 Unknown 1.78 ft A ex E 80 ft, OrigInal of NW Cor of NWI4 of application for a tax deed to bo t, I
"y SL" NMo Town of Starke 28 6 22 Thelma Laran- NWW A run S 665 ft I Issued thereon Said certificate "
lit NE' A o. / 23 no A. Z. Adkl"" 13.01 taux 7.11 13 625 ft. N 665 ft, \P embraces the following described i
a,4w'4 VfU of Tilk 30 as extended 625 ft to beg 33. 13 5 Mrs Annie ",. Pettit 3.54 property In th. County of Bradford ,
of! NOf: "' N&VI 4 4 23 '70 M. F. Brows 13.01 on Ensey map .,. 4 of SRI, 33 6 23 40 W. J. Bennett 16.171 tttnte. of Florida, to-wlt; '"
of ex S 105 ft. OriginalTown All SEW' ofjE': W of Beg. at a pt .153 ft K of NW Cor '.
01 WI' of NE:%, 4 8 23 140 M. F Drown 17.13 of Stark 28 6 22 L. A, Reynolds 1091 Aaln 31 6 11 30 Unknown 10.18 of NKW of NRW run W 105 ft, ;$,
The NH! of the following "ti 6 NW 'or of NEW 8 226 fl. K 105/ ft, N 326 ft to beg.8ec '.l 4
f SP.:14: of SE'.4 5 8 23 20 D. A. Judd 163of described City Block. "',*' of SEW being 417'" ft 30 Tp. 7 8. R. nIl). "'
S'E'-' of SE'Q II 6 23 IO O. 1. Kersey 1.41 Bounded N by Call St.: E A W by 8 4 0 t p ft NASA I The assessment. of the said prop ,'

9 6 23.0 Unknown 421e W hy Broadway St, Sbv 11 A In NR Cor erty" under the said certificate Is- tlsued
of NE'4 6.Vi Madison St A E by < '' \ of NWW of SEW. being t wan In the name of A, A.
I 2. a. .. 5. Bay St. 28 6 23 Unknown" ; 2081 831 8.4 ft N A. H by Iturilen.. '
Hayes HubDlvJ'W'4 1 A of land In Starke if '" 461 3-4 ft on N side A. Unless said certificate shall ". '.)

W of Hy & E10 8 23 32 Unknown Bounded R by Temple : 613 ft on 8 side to public redeemed according to law the '..'It
1078 .
hlRhwltY Ave, a by Pratt 81V ",, ', (. road 33 I U 17 Chits. O. Wondbrig. 21011 property described. therein' will he .
lit g of 1 Hy:E% of 11 8 22 60 Willie Agln 13.33 by Sanderson lane ex .'r,,. Lot 1 of Elk 2. J. M. sold to the highest, bidder at the > "t
court house door the first Moitdav < .
1 lot 100 ft Hi| In ', : Johns Sub'ltV of NEW nil "
',f SEIJ.1 A NE'4 of SR Cor 28 6 22 Unknown s. 14 C3 of NEW 33 8 21 1 Mrs 'I\nnle Stewart; 3.31 In the month of Heplember, ,
0 A E of 8 22 '70 W. C. Cle.mona Lots 1. 2, 3 of Blk 1. Lots ; of Elk 6. J. 1940 which In the :2nd., day of8eptember '
\n''s 1. 12.31 10hn.
side 1940 '
LIvlngHton, Truby & M Sub-Dtv I ofE'IJO ,
ofttvSIVy4 1014 Of11 8 23 60 Unknown 8.29 Co's Sub-DIv of XE'. NE'' of NFy 33 8 22 4 tT. I' 0\1 EllllnA Dn.vl. 3.10 Hated this 19th., day of July, + F.r .J"4 '
,: ? 194(1( .
NRW 28 6 22 Annie Williams 2.72 SRW of NWW of ,
f SWVe ot NE'44 11 8 23 20 Unknown 422 All Blk 2, Livingston" Xlot4 34 e U II CnN Anders 1 12 (OFFICIAL 8KAL) A..1. Thomas !;.

11 8 22 20 Louise C. Oardlnpr 4.22 Truhv A Cc,'.. rtub-DIv Vw:1lrfr': N'fl.I'J'AftU "U 10 Mrs. .... A. Sweeay 3.61) Clerk of circuit Court of llr .dfuril I \ \
tf( "V.. of sWU4 &: of NRW' of N" 8 22 Annie Williams '.34 \ of County, Florida 8-2 5t 8.10 i ,;
f of 1-14. of 8114 11 8 22 '0 O. L. naynp" 11.18 Lot 1 of Blk 7: tl"Inlf"- of NW' NW'. 35 e U III 1lam Lewis 161 1 ,

$ 4 23 40 L. W. Conway 2.60 ton, Truby" ('0'" Sub- s SWW of NWt4 U II U 40 Iterthii 1II"'ain 263 \TlrM TO 'Iv.F"1'11n'' J
NEt4 12 niv of of 28 6 22 : : of : 3G" 2:1: 40 '
"t NEW NRW Unknown 2.31 SRW NRW Sieve Kowal'h 260 IN THH nun IT rimer IN' AM
f "E4:' of NW14 &: Lots 3, 4 of Blk 14, Livingston Lots 6. 7 of Ilk 3, Luke Fells nil tltPOIIH COI' N 'r Y. ''I i '
,, of NE'4ofsw1414 8 23 20 Ernest Ousnt'r 6.78 Truby & Co'. I Klngsley Heights In .....OIU.. '. IN ,'Ii 't :\it...:"Y. 'y '
of SEY44 of .DIV "vf NRW of I NEW of NEW 38 8 U Cha. H. "dlillan 2.31 Virginia S. llartmun. ,,11 '
5.14 NEW 28 6 22 Trust Fund 311 : Wtv of W'4 of NWWof
,;'I It 8 22 10 wm Mat'bler 3.89 Livingston Plaintiff 'It .
Lots 1, 2 & E 8S ft of I N W W 38 II U in Unknown 301 ..VIRalph $; I .
,d NE'4 of NW'4, of Lots 3. 4 of Blk 19.LIvlngHton. 9 S;'" NW'4 of SVRW V4\ 811 II 2:1: 40 Unknown 4 23 K. Hartman ,.i''\ tt:
,q & a strip 40 fte Truby A ) I of SEW' 36 I U 80 Unknown 8 00 I liefeiidant. v '
W of same U 8 22 15 A. R. Johnson 2.14of ( b-IV of NEW Alt NWW of NWW W of TMK NAMR OF TIIK 8.TATB! 1 i;,f'IN

N'I'.4 % of 't"IIN. 28 6 22 Annie Coleman ..1& road 28 3 7 22 I n. F. O.lom II 01 OF FLORIDA, UIlRKTINd.S: ,.F I. .
'. u 3 AeIn Lots 1 2 & E 38 ft of W ly of NE'. of SWW a 1 2:1: 20 C. W. 1.01..1\ 160 TO: Ralph K. Hartman, whose : ,.
SEU 8 22 7'7 Unknown 7.91 Lots 3. 4 of Elk 16, EW of SEW of NRW ASWW last known address Is leneral 1Jct'f'
In Livingston Truby A of SRW of Nal4 4 7 22 30 Unknown 6.15 livery, Carthage. North Carolina. I t '
fCAE( & ex E 17 A of Co's Sub-DIv of NHW NEl4 of SEW 4 1 28 40 (I"o'll'e WillIAm. 900Nw You are hereby required to appear ;

ot SE\4\ of NW%, 111 1 22 7'7 Unknown 10.n wofu NEW 28 6 22 Mack Coleman 4.18 '4Off :Joforf\ 81014 4 7 U 10 T. O. ]Morgan 197 to the bill of complaint 'r ,\ .1 f
4 ft of Lots S, 4 of WV, 8RW" &: filed herein against you on or before .
f 8E'4' of CE14 111 8 22 20 Mrs sepblne Tban.y 6.14 Elk 16 &; W 62 ft of SEW of HEW of SEW!: 4 1 22 ::10 fir. E. 5L Webster 1081 Monday h.. 3nd day of Hep : Po

A of BE" of BW% Lots 3, 4 of Blk 16 ? 4 A Com at NW Cor' of temher A. li). 1940. ,t t. "t.,
E'4' .f 8W'4 & All EY.t of Lots J 2 ot -.. NWW of NRW A run S It Is further ordered that this < /
It of SEy4 W of Blk n E'" of; Lots 420 ft,143 6l0ftNl1O: : \ order: be published In the Bradford .
d-& A 111 8 22 '73 A. F. A. C. Co? Inc. 6122of 1. 3 of Elk 18. Livingston i ft, W 420 ft, N 210 ft, County Telegraph\ a newspaper ; !

sw'4 11 6 22' 40 John E. Russell 3.18 Truby & Co'. Rub- W 210 ft to beg 8 7 23 4 Unknown 191 published In said County of llrad ", I ,j"
Div ot NFJ'4 of NI'4 28 6 U Annie Coleman ..U 1A In SH Cor of SR'4' ford one each week for four
11 8 23 40 Joannah E. Rogers 13.03 of ,
NV'.cx9AinN consecutive week I
not 4 Lots. 1. 2 ot Elk 22. Livingstnn. ,,\
% of SW1,4E'4 Cor also 4 A 470 ft KA WITNESS my hand and official 'f
11 8 22 4 J. D. RU""t'1l 1.71 Sub-Div, Truby of NEI,4"& Co'of r"":, .? W by 375ftNAX seal ibis list. day of July, A. It. I .

f SE'4 of 14E14 18 8 22 20 W. T. Weeks 3.12 NE'4 28 8 U Unknown 2.II N of & adjoining 5 A 1940OFFICIAL. '"
1 described above II '7 U I Marshall. Jackson 3.33 ( HRAL1 A. J. Thomas,
of SE'4 &: BE%. Lot 2 of Elk 211. I.lv- J'..: t r :3 I A In NW Cor of Etyof ., Clerk Circuit Court "
18 8 22 80 Minnie Tyson 2.01 'Ingstnn" Trllhy & Co'sPithDiv ...lroa.1 ,L.
"6NEV. NRW of SEW W 4t August 2, 9, 16, 23.or : '
"4 of NE'4 of NE%, of NE'4 .f 28 I U Unknown 211 8 1 U I n. S. Whatley. 1.10 ,n '
S 100 20 8 23 6.18 SR Cor of of \
f road ex tt 111 Sarah R. Robinson 2 A In RW
Lots 3. 4 ot Elk 3ft. I.lvIn".ton. I 0161)1311 trni.it'ATiovThe : .I I .
DC NEI4 of NE%, SWW of NEW E of .
or road &: S'h o0NE' Truby A CO'f'- road ex SW 1 7 U 1 lacy RIt..1a Ill ', Slate of Florida, tot
"' ''''-Dlv of NE" J. H. Bpauldlna- living, and "
nt &: aw%, 'Willie Rob... .. 324I.ot. S 4W A of that portionof
8 U .. If dead. all parties claiming
22 NE\4 ,,: in-i
SE'4 20 8 6.13 731k21 J 'v ofSW34ofN1014\
62 T. D. Ore.n
of 1\E'4 NE%, of .. t. 2 I or R.t '. W of road 7 7 22 II Mr.... Winona hoover terest under ,1. H. Hpauldlnar. I f' "1
In the hereinafter ,
12. 1.lvln..lon. TruhyA Moore otherwise. property
: 8 22 19.61 63354H
i SEW IIf SW'4 ax81 80 Mr. Onle Freeman C'o's ub-Dlv of N L'4 Lulls Martin 6,12 F.'* of SR'4 of SWW l' 22 20 r"ln 111. T1ernarc1 described; and all persona.liming .,
28 8 U Interests under KOMCOO N.Spaulding .
.d t In NE Cor W ofd of NF'14 t. SEW 1 1 n lftO l2rvln 10. Bernard 01,47N14
21 8 22 9.91 Lot 3 "& N 25 ft of Lot J' of NEW of RI''I 10 7 U 20 A. .1. tlrlffla 516 I deceased, or otherwlsw
20 Unknown 4 ot Elk 33. Tjvtng.tnn" 1FTruhv .. 2Z 10 Z. Z. Oritfls In said property to wit; .
'w14. flf SW'/4 W of I KWi; of HW":, of NWW 11 1 1 Ha:
("n' ""h-Dlv' HRW of 8no 35, Twp 7 11II.
& 241 40 I"... Ivey Pollard VI'
of 15
22 SRW SWW '
de road 21 8 1.38 Emma Hughes r
130 ft E & W by 1 Mr. One Freeman.. I or NF.'Io nt NF.4 211 6 22 v 212 W ..* of SWW AN1014of ., II. 12 K. (except a piece of .1..
It N & S : Lots 3. 3 nr NI% or Elk 'A4\ 16 7 23 120 Unknown 1358 land.l nhoiit 18 ft. by 60 ft. wherethe

ot NWI4 of INW% 21 8 22 Mrs. Alma Tough 2.31b.g 85. Livingston, of Tr"hv ,' NW' of NR'/ & NE'4nC rirmlford nantlsr: Church(Counlv:: Florida 11, :situateIn : ,

4JO ft N of t-E ill Cys.Sub-Div NE'439 8 22 Alfred Rarnt... 476 NWW & NR": of /SWW Take Notice Hint P. HI.: Knight I
of IHV'4 of HW'4In rof & NWW of SEW 16 1 22 120 Unknown II.15\ .
Lot :3 ot Hlk U. Livingston as plaintiff hop limlltuted a suit
N 115 ft W 210 Trllhv & Cds !Sub- N'/i'\ of NRW of NEWR'i 11 1 U 20 Mrs. lI..rll. Terrell 4.71 In Circuit Court of Itrudfonl' County

S 115 ft. .1; 210 ft Div IIf NE'4 of SI>:'4 2g 6 2 3Wtfj Damon Dell 2.-" of NWW' of NEW\ IT 1 U 2A .1. C' T..rr1I Alt't' 471II Florida" In Chancery OKiilnst' you
h''''R "X I Lot 60 ft 0 ror 1I1k 47 Livingston N'i of HEW 17SWW 1 U Ntl 'r..1. Aldernvtn 5 end earn of you a" defendant,
A //I) 115 ft E &: I II Truhv & Con's Sub- of SK'J 17 7 U 411 111" I\'ey J'lIlIur" 6.15 case No. 001, to foroclitse' n. uinrtKi'ffa ,
I In NF; Cur 21 8 22 20 O..tavla EJlerson 5.39 I Div of NI:'/I of NEV4 211 8 22 Jomm" huge. 2.31 NW of SRH ex A In over ahove described prot-|
.r NF: eor ot a I.M 0 & all l.nt 1 .x SK: Cor A ex 148 31)0 ft and you ar. hereby ordered
'raft of land for- "'( of Elk IJv.Ing.tln. W of fly 10 7 22 G7 l'nkltown ..11 rJ.I"I'I ''". 'In siitil court and mut '
I )wnpd by P. e. .- .- ; : .t Truhv l: Co's 'W'\1 i of n1 1 Akd In SWiVr ': "J1' :; on riepirmlier, 9. I HID.!' nl'lierwlsx. tile
'Iwln' In N4 ofI Adlltlon 10 Starke 28 6 22 L. 3. Or..n .. 5C5 of "SRW' "'f SKW of, iilleiriitlnnn of HIM Mil of complaintwill
I !nv'. ';. I lying N Lute 4. 5 ot Hlk 1 T.'vIn"'on. e .. 811'4 U 7 22 O. K. l'rln. I.04It. I he taken as rrmfeNMeil l hy you.It .
'dala. Jot 21 8 23 1 Wm Iial1t 5.72 Trllhy & ("0'.. Coin'lit SR Cor of Sec 10A I Is further nnlnreil Hint thin
'I IIW Cur ot 12 A I Ad.lllllln 10 Starke 28 6 32 J. W.; EdwArds, 4.C6 run W end( ft. N 440 ft order lie published once each week

.C (and formerly S'<' ot Lot 4 ill all J.nt" for ,li pt of beg, 1111'"''** I for four: consecutive: week prior ,
.rd ',y I' e. (]ood- 5. 8. 7 ot Tllk 2. Llv- run R lAB ft, N lull ft, -, to full) return day In Ilrailforil
v rUn Truhy & CO' W 105 ft, 8 lOG ft tit I County Telegraph n duly riualirieiln ,
9 Itl. ..f x10 d land Addition In.-Ion. 10 Inrke 28 8 22 Mr. J. E. Wilson 6.39!! lie 19 7 22 W. Swindell ._ 4.16I ......|. .. published lit said

'SE "nr ot Sarah Lots C. 5. 6. 1. R, 9, In, All Lots 17. 14, 20 y. ., county.
,I. land S varIation 11. 12. 11. 14 of, Elk ex I lot 40 lp'I11 iiiV Witness mv lined and official'
bout 105 yde to a 10. Llvln"'nn. Truhv bv 34'4 fiN&XInSW I seal at Htarke, Hrailfnrd County

thence ;IIV tn beg & ('0'.. Addition tnI Cor of Lot 20 19 7 22 Unknown 31.71 Klorldn' this August 3, 1IMO.
Et1. "f SW'Tern! fo'1n.rke 2S 8 23 J. II. Addison 20.51 N'/" of NF4V'4: "f (OFKH'IAI. I. HI-AI)] ,> A. .1. Thumps, .

6ub.Uiv 21 8 23 3 Unknown t .. '7.22 rte 1. 2 3 ot Tllk II.I.I'I"II''on. NI'"t et road III loll;. ofNFty A* Clerk said Circuit Court. '
"n E line of W'-z .. T..uhv & lOf NW'4 fiX 2 A r 8-9 41 8-30 ..0 ,p<
Rlk G S of R 2 VI ,f' -- I ('ro'.. Addition to Htark.. I I In $10! ('nr 20 7 22 1311 loss iv.y I'Ilard 23.73 -

.re S line of NWy4 28 8 22 T. R. Wlllllln,, .. n.21 'f flN'4 .x I A Inv lyric OK %l>l'I.ICtTIOV ..
.tto: Sec 21 croeses Lots 12. 13. 14 ot I1lk 11. I I IN"y C.r 20 T 22 18 Unknown 16.01 Fflhe 1'4 x U1:1':I/
run S parallel with 1.lvln"'on. T r II h v & Lot 4 Xllh DIv of SW'y 'if"t lOeimle Hill I Ye. Ig1): I
I tl6ui! ft for a pt ("0'.. Addltlon to Sterke 28 6 :22Nt3 Oliver penwall JO.CI! XW'.e.x 1 tot In NOTIf'tIii| IIRUKnV: : UI V Jo1N.

b.w. thence W at ot Lots 2. 13 & an .,' l'r. NW ('or 87ft 1'i: k N2D 4 That Alva N. On Iran hoMer of Tux.
'I Roosevelt
anll'le.. to lIald : 12 t byS1:14 tall ft N & : 1 22 Smith K 48 Cerllfli-sle No. II. Issued. ,, the 4th "
J 660 ft N, 11411" ft of ETruhv lk&13.vT.lvineetnn ito of N5'4 It I 1 22 4/1 J.anette Tllyl..r 7.58!I day of July A. I>. 1038. has flleJsame
4" Inca "
516 ft S, 1193 It A Co'a Addition NW14 nf Nw\4\ 21 7 22 av..y 1'.II..rd It 73 I In my office and has madesppUeation
at oC beg 21 8 22 W T MurrbO'e ..82 Storks 28 1 23 W. T. Weeks 14.23 WI" of NW\4 tot "'W14 21 1 22 20 1'.01.1. IoIlale Yank 401 for a tax deed In b*
.t 8 of !ilk 2. Plne(1 Lots 1. 2 or Elk 1ft T.Iv- t:.... of NW'4 of MW" 21 1 2:1: 20 It. r. Corbin TAN Issued thereon. Mold certlflcalsembraces
(1 Development 21 8 22 Maude Walnwrlaht '7.04 inr.tnn Truhy & CO' N'l4 lOf IoIWI.4 21 7 23 4/1 ('lIffnr.1 Itahm. 766 the following' described
I lIf \ to 28 8 22 J. C. Terrtll Agt 13.83Lottsd5II& lolli, uf of 8W,4, 21 I 1 U 2n Unknown 401 In the County if llradford
I4W"W' ,
e 241 f&B1N riots 40 J..n.tt. Taylor 6 90 Property
ot It / R'-Z! 0' 6, "w'4 '4 .2 7 2:1: Florida, to-wlt :
't nf 8F.14 of Blk NW'4 ot NW'4 28 1 U 411 I'aopl.s Stats: flank 7.58
P ot EIk 17. Laving.'t0n Irfits 7. 8 of Illk U Ward City'
rt, It 2 R. 1 1 r- I N13'4 NEV4 ex 14 A ,
ex LotOtftB"I"k Truhv A Co'* Addition Section Township 7 Mouth Range
In NB Cor 23 6 22 :J Rebaner Clark 3.02 to Starke 28 6 22 I J. P. TK-berU 7 64 otfPI pub}l cNroad 29 7 22 ZPeo ples 81al. lank 8.01 10 Rast.

1 N of Lots 11. 12. 13, 14 of Elk All The assessment of; the sell property .
4' all Fracs of EE34 25 Livingston. Truby ACo's .. .- it, cx 1 A In N ('or 29! 1 22 ao Frank trnknnwn 601 under the said certificate lasued .,
C. Ooul
111k 1 sold 3 Add 1 tI on to Li4pof7B19 ofn131km31 "" 30 7 29Hampton 2194 was In the name of Unknown.
r to Pother c.n
Wm. C.
Fracs 28 6 22 Unless .
N. D. "tarke Inao 'ItamPton said certificate shall .> redeemed
Hnum being 119'ft Lots 8. 9 of Blk 2, DavisA -. T U D.velop. according to law, the property
.. menu 'o
( 1.18
II .. to J
being Truby's Addition described therein will be soil
VW ot ..; line Starke 28 8 22 M. F. Ifrown. 7.34 f.nt 1 &: W 2n fl of Lot to the highest bidder' at the courthouse 1

I NWW & Lots 11, 12, 19. 14 of 2 of Elk 29 Itiantone W. O. Seale dtmr on the first Monday In '
tOr N fV& of Elk 2, Davis A Truby's Add to Hampton' :30 7 22 4.61 the month of Heptemher, 1940,
"> R : &: IRIkof! Add to Stark 28 6 22 Ceo R. Flynn 14.77 Lots 1. 8. 9. lOot lilk which I. the 2nd duy of September -
f of Rlk 2 N of S 8 ft of Lots 7. 8 A all 80 In Itlantons Add totiampton 1lev. w. E. 8.46 1940.
E Temples Sub- I Lot 9, lOot Elk B, N. 30 1 22 Dau.hertJ' fated this It h., day of August

!I.nd 1 ring I I on E &33 8 22 10 Mrs. Grace Ford 9.08 J Starke Jones Addition to 28 8:13: Owner'. Loan All land that lying certain between piece. (3"f. 1940.KK I 1C1 I, UK .
5,61 A. ourt'nf l'fr".r".t
"Idea of X ItT 1lifly Clerk I of circuit :
lie l.awtey pUbllo : Lot 1 of Elk C. N. J. N W \\4"or-NAf:"' 30 '7 U 8 W. It. 101..11. 3.78 'ounty, Florida. 1ft 8-1
d in Lots 1 2 8 4, 5 of Elk
Sec a2 known Jonew Add I It Ion to -
the O. A. 28 6 22 Unknown an 2 Wrlghts Add to
Thrower M.III. Williams 4.18 NOTU'fII or APPLICATION
Te'mples" Hampton 81) 1 22
rnpertYI0.82 I Addition I tot..rk2I
Car A in W'4 "f NW% 3" 1 22 40 Unknown 6 15 ron TAX; IIKKII:
of NW% of [ 4 13' 1413of NWt4 30 1 22 40 Unknown 6 16 (It....,. U'I.' ... Id)
at XW 22 8 22 ]j Mrs. Orace Ford 8.84 Lots 1, 2. 3 & Elk S 39 9 ft 28 6 22 B. R. Johns 15.77 II IIW f of X10'4 80 7 III 40 Unknown 6 16 NOTICK Iii IIKIlKlir fJIVI'::>f. ,
'Wi, Cor of SW%. 7 In of Lot 4, That fieri rude Heasley. holder of ,
19 31 All WI-.I or tlfo..4 of SW'. r
L. J. Green
run S 70 yd* Lots 13, 14 of Blk 12 28 6 21 W of lIy 30 '7 22 7 Unknown 1.11 Tax Certificate No. leaned the

VPA2f S. beg' thence .. Lot 4, S of Blk 14 28 6 22 C. A. Futch 3.69T. i IIWI4 of NFt'4 ct 4 A onE 4th day of of July 171i I). IS}*, has I
ft. 8 28. 23 O. Prevatt 2.11 aide liE" vf filed same In my office and has
IObundedlONftbty Lot 3 of Bile 18 Putin 111 NW'4 31 1 22 17 Mrs. I. n. Kslch 1174 mail application for a tax deed
t Lot 7 of Elk 23 211. 22 C. A. NWV nf IIW'4 81 1 U 40 I.nkn..n 471 to be Issued. thereon. Said certificate .
3.63 .
of NE/4: U 8 22 Aaron Holley & wife Lot 8 of Elk 28. 23 Unknown y- 1-71 "''W'.. ot $W14 31 '7 23 40 Unknown 4.71 embraces the following' described .,
Of NE%, at 36, property In the ( ...nt)' of
ft Lots 13. 14 01 m* t NW'4 lOf X51"' }, W'4, of13I4
of SWW of 4.19 Peek's Add I t Ion to of X10y4 U '7 2II0 Unknown 7.17 Bradford, Stats of Florida to-wlt,
I' :?f NoL U. 22 11 Della Rigdon ( 28 6 23 D. E. Knight 2 01Starke NI(!' of N',. of N914 & .4. :1 Lot 1 of Elk C, Jones Addition .
NEV. NEW ofM I 3.27 Lot II 0' Blk 36, Peek N'y ot NIs1 I' of NW. a1 7 22 1/1/ ITnknown t 31 to Htark Section 2* Township '
I 8 22 5 Unknown Addition to Starke 28 6 33 D. E. Knight- .. 136 NW'4 rof NW\4 33 '7 U 40 Unknown 471 Houl h. Kange 21 Rasl. '

\ot1'4: of NE\4\ ,x29 4 151 Lot 14 of Blk 29. Peek. 1.38 NE'4 of "1'.4 .x N 40n ft U '7 21 21 Jame. Veal .n The assessment. of the said pron-
:f" 10 80 tt 8 22 13 S. R. John. Addition to Stark 28Lots 6 23 D. E. Knight Corn .t NW- Cor of N10t. erty under the said certificate Issued I

5q Liv ofdSwt SE y.22 6, 7. 8 of Elk C. Eking 516 of NRW A run H was In the name of Unknown.
or' 6 092V'4 Addition to Stark 28 6 :23 Dr. P. A. f. yd., F.UI Vi yds. N 865 Unless said certificate shall ..*
22 8 22 20 8. R. Johns City Pork Sub-DIv. W. ACT : yd a. W 261W redeemed according" to law, thproperty '"
L. of NE% of ."..12 Addition to Stark. 28 6 221: -20 A A X1l e. described therein will bo
of'I 22 8 22 6 Kd: Williams 1.83 Elk 2 21' 22 Don L. Hoover 1 08 less 1 A In NR Cor -t" old to the highest bidder at the '
SW" of Stern Lot 6 ot court house. door on the first Monday
1'IF:14 23 6 22 10 Harry of Bile ex 3 A In BW Cor-
L rf N'. of 8Ed: of 7.04 Lots f, 10. 11, 12 U 6 23 W. N. Johnson 213 32 A 15' 7 22 n. w, W. Packbam 444 In the month of September, .
r33 8 22 8 Mrs. Bertie Terrell J E. Nlckl 10* A strip 100 ft wide by 1940 which In the Tn4.. day of I
A U. 23 J. '
If triangle 3 ,
Elk 1'I. .
a 9 of
'. A Lot 3 isno ft long in sww ">fNWW .rlhll.94th
8tS'ti ah of SI-z" of 81014 1 87 Elks Ainn' C, D Stump." 6 22 Unknown 1133 as recorded Indeed Hated { day of AugasC.
N ot road 23 8 23 3:1. J. Pllcox book 1, pages 5 1940OKrrCfAL
Johnson 2067 T fl. 4 5. 6 of Bile HEAL) A. J. Thomas.
26 41 22 160/ Chas. J. 4.U Lola Ac 12.: public records of (
of Vlaskln Addition to Clerk of Circuit Court of liradfi r.l .
25 8 22 40 Unknown 13. Onl Freerran 7.34 Hradford County, Flor
o 6 22 3 Mr
I.' 4t I-3O
L ; ex F4: of fit Ark ii ** ida; 85N'4 7 21 J A. Milllgtn 134 County, Florida.
:.t'stvME'4 of En\r 8 22 35 Unknown Com at 10&Cr of w NEW*T* of SWW of SRW 36 '7 J3 20 Clinton; F. falhemu f.90 .- .,.

... SE% of25 1 38 of SWW n of beg NEW of NJo"L& R 4 A Engraved sympathy ackoowl4Nlf -
"nkn"wn ft. for a pt of NEW
25 41:12 5 1061 of N'4 of NWW
AF.ty 7 26 41 U 40 MfR. Etta: mi22 -.-- 6.74 thence H a.o te w toHighway. A all X'4 of NWW of ( fnent. Inoxpenalre. Drad.

,.t't NN.of NW'4, 26 41 10 Mrs. S. F. Morgan thence NEW W of Ry A NM fond County Trlrgraph.
PF. 810 W Sec 71 W. R BlbleyNWW 3.70S3
I ft t4 % .x 1 211 950 to land of 8WW "f NKW 3 I 22
IIW cor 21 41 22 19 R. F Clark I.U thence N 392 ft to Sl'4ot NW'4 A WMo of
Z. w4i Kit Williams E to b"CU 6.2& WK :I" 22 210 Unknown 63
1 8 22 10 IIeh thence 8 23 'Pate Clasaett 171
5t..NEWf27 40 Unknown TO CHECK ,
of 389 Swift of SRWKU 8 8 22
; ofZ'7 C 22 13 Della Keller E 400 ft of rtloof SEW S ", of SRW "f NRW ASIA w
tl S of of BE'4 e. NRW of NWW A NWN
NE Cor
MI': lty & ex % A In NEIIf '7." & of P10U 3 I 23 110 Unknown 1491. R.V
.ao NHw108 run : 33 4 Mr. F. M. Tlbbett of X5'4 Hfo.\4 L )
Cor .x HWW of NWWA
"N-Wlt ft, S.70 About 2 A ot land being ex HK'W" of NEWWW !: 4 I 23 tAG Unknown 11 43
to J. J. Keller 96 yd N A 1'1' by 1111.yd. of SWW 4 2i SO Unknown 4 91 666
al >-'E Cor of 8E,! 21 B+A W Bounded N SHW A K"f SWW A. 240 Unknown 2006 l1'Y' j: k
vP.t II
: of Manning.by 40 Unknown Lit
310 /? run> 8 105 ftIh by land M. Darby. K by NBW; Of NEW I n tape
A. ,
n"", ..for a pt Alderman & W br' Tor. 4.77 ,(C.nUaueci on page clx) LIQUID O TAIUU
W 2 Unknown
210 31
In SKW of SEW 1*
1 )
1'$1 210 ft 334
tft Keller
tt beg U' 23 II. J.

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=-:: 2
Taxation'rjKfciTKSOLVKD next general election of Repreaien-
AbolishingAd Valorem the
$1''' "Mein Kampf" is to be believed, the rest CITY POLITICS !;; i tatlves. to be held In 1940 as folio the ?f.'ou"' edt' '""' trap f
THIS' LEO- w ;
'l The Bradford County Telegraph of the democracies will receive similar treat- WARMS SLIGHTLY ISLATl'HB| (rF THIS BV STATE OP11.i I Suction, IS. The Legislature shall dl"pat"h.Irll c" ?. '.*',,I''I'' *
hay the to allocate and distribute
I FLORIDA: That the followingamendment power not be mi., I tilt
.. ment. the one) Section t of Article I to the several counties of i. I Oh. t
democracies from cord .
'- --- ---- -- --- Nowadays, only left, (Continued page to 1 0'' ,. .
In ,,
IX of the Constitution of the Stal"l the State equal amounts and at con"lu", ,., I ,;ann
1877 .
( Ertabuahed nit,
y England the Ail ican disturbing elating to I such times as the Legislature shall v'' i ,
nlf; save are \a Republics. town every night: were of Florida ''determine portion of any or all r' I
and nliollMhln ad acuoinp.' ,, ''n! ,
I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered an Second And of the American Republics, only the persons In hIs neighborhood fur :State purponeii, vbe reendtaxes *I xt'Ise taxes now, levied levied and col-1 I upon. iii. I.\I ;',."1011,op
and asked that something be name Is lierebv: agreed to and lected or hereafter or col. r.."" I
dais latt4-r at the coat Office at Starke, Fla.I ,. United States possesses sufficient wealth, shall be .submitted to> the electors lacttd, by the State of Florida'from '. & :' t
made re Vuuv.vJ'Proprl t
done. was the operation of pari-mutuel ,
Nojjaotlon at the Stale at the General Election '
resources and potential armed strength to garding the matter. <>f ltepreseatallves In 194V for approval pools.A > r '''..V'1, ', 'h..,,.
that In to say, I, '''
arr or rejection ; ,. 'Iltll.
ti'rih' X'' MEMBER be a serious obstacle to the aims of National Clerk Carl Johns told the Aldermen lhehamendede ooas3totread114r JOINT RESOLUTION Propos I nfc'v;;,;"Ii.,,',", ,II i>-,,'..cor/i
In ,
Amendment to Section
Board of IX: Ing an 2 the d ""Ihor'
that the City .
Socialism. -n 1 .,.
1LoRrAPRESS ASSOCIATION follows and to Section 4 of Article V of unable to 1// ",
\ \ Bond Trustees would like advise Section 2. The Legislature shall the Constitution of Florida RelatIng -+ Juatlce t I", lint lu
I Men who were once close to Hitler have from the Council regarding a provide. for raining revenue sufficient to the Judiciary.. DejmrmAnt. I'vice I IBK I and Jr''t'1,''Ible' I" '' G
... to defray the expenses of theft : IT HBHOliVED: BY THE stead i I" a't i'Hlhtll
i ; j. J: 1 OtstfczC ?buds been describing what he plans if and when $250.76 light and water bill for me, fore idlnRenrflteofatheopunl LKOISLATtTKB OF THE STATE with Ilk. .rr,."I
11 OF FLORIDA: That the following -
Bradford School which 1 tions -
", : : __ ________ Editor Owner England falls and the High schools A JOIlT
,; : J:. L. Matthews and glittering Empireon form system of amendments of Section :2 and Section : 1( :
there U no likelihood of collectIng provided, In a cu Atnre11wfth Article 4, respectively of Article V log to AliI'", oj "SOI.I'TIO'
which "the sun never sets" crumbles In the near future. Thoughno XII of the lbndltutlonand of the of the Constitution of the State of of the COII>IIIUI",,,,II",. ; A
Wn, 1 6 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE :State Institutions. f of higher Florida be and he same In hereby of b I to H"lntl"lI 01 II
,. I 5 r 1 away. They say that Hitler has no inten- motion or vote was made or ing, for each fiscal year. and also agreed to, and shall be submittedto miesionerx 10 !roan
t Yearly $1.50; Six Month. 75c-Payable In Advance.Advertising taken the'' Council members a sufficient sum tn pay the principal the electors of the State of I I RIS 1'1' Hi>: ('
A'' ,ytl n"'k 1 Rates on ApplicationThe tion of launching an immediate military at- should not ( and interest. of the existing. Indebtedness Florida at the next general elec- J.FAI-LATI'1t:; S'I.\1i:11 fo, : RI'
tack agreed that service of the State; but after Ion to be held on the firm Tuesday I 'I.OHIJ' MHEIe
the United 'rhal
on States and the New be discontinued as arrangement Dei-ember list, A. [>. 1940\ no levy/ after the first Monday In November I,I Article a or the t '

'; Knock Knock Hoys Are Singing World. If he did that, he would be courting are being made to eventually pay of personal ad valorem property taxeM except upon Intangible real or jection.1940, for ratification or re|I County.State of'...l1Inll..I"' "i'onegfunm' .r'-I'

1 disaster-the tactical] obstacles the account. It was also recommended property shall be made for any section 2. (a) The Supreme Court same I" hrl.bj' ner bo '
9 : I Their Old Familiar Tune in the way discussion that the Stale purpose whatsoever; and Sec- .shall consist. of seven (7) Justicesand amended I. agreed amended.
4 by tlon 6 of Article XII be, .and the the term of office of each submitted 10 10 slid .
gigantic matter how the
According to unofficial reports, the are no great his military Parent-Teacher Association andor[ nine !I. hereby repealed.A Justice, shall he six years; no termof State of 'I".ldll. "'..the
and naval And Hitler and his the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling any incumbent shall be af'ected election of' H..pr..nlatt.at '
4 Knock Knock Club is already busy on our power. by this amendment.. held In 1940 fr ",
advisers Company be notified they would JOINT RESOLUTION! Proposingan (l>) Each Justice of the Supreme Jectlon. Sxul' *#, "?*_
'y' high-ranking seem to feel that the XVI of : l N. ,tI", !
budding Chamber of Commerce. "It can'tbe Amendment to { ,
be held responsible for electricity of Florida Adding Court shall be elected by the qualified lower amended ..ifJ
the Constitution
\ United electors of the State
States at the
done. It can't be done. It can't bIl e can be conquered simply and used at school by a cold drink Thereto an Additional Section Permitting time and places. of voting: for 01"01",1bl'r. "s..ctlon 5 Thai

in mournful dirge[ easily. First planned step, according to the vending machine and that a the Creation of, a Co Paroles mm In- i .. of the legislature, at the g.en- In ellrh of the r"Unly Ih.ro".
done. they repeat a CundfilenalrrReleas} : tarsi| election next preceding the "loner' distrl I < I.. 1
perhaps not in those exact words, but in i l reports, is to court U. S. good will, by offering meter' be attached to same. of Prisoners or Persons or Probation With- fire expiration of each term of such of i county law franc I. (I'tin,,, nl,.! t"a. .rlme'hll.

5 + us favorable economic agreements. Criminal Offenses, Under Supervision (c) In the event or the ratification be elected by 'th-cl"nxr' tl'
of the innumerable variations on a well 1 I i i1IR '' ,,
;, t one B ADFORD LEVY of this amendment It shaltthereupon ors of said 'UIII\", .;qusitlr
R This is designed to lessen our suspicions, IT HKSOLVED BY THR be the duty of the then place of v.i i far,.1'' 'hp t
r worn theme. CUT FIVE MILLS LtiuiMLATrma OK: TUB STATE Governor to appoint one additional officers. :and A1 other'
and to create public opposition to OF FLOUIPA: IS..llolI i Justice. of the ; for four h"ld hb'
t spendingmore :Supreme Court und ,,
r, time like this it is great deal 1. That the fnllnwlnffamendment that tim'H' I Iro'j
At a a (Continued from page one) h.. shall hold' of fire from the date b
billions for national defense. At the to Article XVI oC the of Ms until elected the f'emmn.
t' of to turn back the of time ConHtltutlon of the State of Florida" Tuesday ; gvueral.1.,
comfort pages 11140.
Vanderbilt will be 46 7-8 mills. after the first Monday In January, .. t the even
same time the Nazis relating to Miscellaneous Provisionsby tarts humht,
as quietly as possible, 1948, and his successor shall bet shall svve" ,
and recall past activities of the KnockKnock In Starke school district the adding thereto an additional elected at the general election In and those tt"m'. ''he for the
will on their economic penetration into Section to be' known as Section, S3 d l"trh'l.hllll. odd ft t
1842 to hold office for term ,
Bradford homestead levy will be 8 mills, a of 'erv" ror
Club since County was a L of said Article XVI specifically applicable six beginning afterthe and th..r8Ilft" tom
Tuesday r
Latin America. Next technique will be the non-exempt levy 54 7-8 mills to the creation of a Commission first Monday In January; 1943. four years The th t.rh", n
has faint I
babe. The Telegraph PoO.1'I,
In authorized to grant pa..ole"l (Id) The HiiccevHorH of theJustices. and e"mp..n.ullr,,
[ undercover work to create dissension within Hampton the homestad levy or conditional, release or I of the ('omml".lol1" 'of 'Uh ,
s of some active opposition on the' Is 18 62 of Is Supreme Court shall be shall b.
very the non-exempt 7-8; In prisoners under supervision elected at the general election next by law. Ph
this country-to set group against group Brooker and the home hereby agreed to and shall be submitted preceding the expiration of, their
part of K. K. C. members who insisted that Lnwtey to the electors of the Stateof \ I
race against race, class against class, and stead is! assessed 18, the non-ex Florida for ratification or rejection event respective of terms of In office office but of In I AfJOI-VT HI Sr.nrON:
we would be "ruined" by Road 13-the first a vacancy any i r
empt 64 7-8 mills. In Vander- at the next tasnfollowsecllona Justice and there be an Amend Seetlon t ol
| thus to make genuine national] unexplredterm IX of the
unity impos to be held In 1940 : I'onHtltutlun ,
hardsurfaced highway connecting Bradford but district the tax Is the successor shall be elected I 10f I Florida ot I th
ectlon 32. The Legislature maycreate for KeliillnK' to
the the
balance !
sible. Nazi of the unexpired {
f County with the outside world. However, propaganda chief Goebbels and NOTHING non-exempt 39 7-6 a to Parole grant Commission paroles or conditional empowered term, | tlon Taxation'of :Certain Proutrtr. I
[ Nazi philosopher Rosenberg judging by mllla the lowest In the Section 4. (a) The1 supreme court: HE IT
levy l releases or probation und..rorflclal RESOLVED
they lived to see the day when citizens of may hear consider and determinecasei LEGISLATURE B Y
supervision to prisoners orpersons
their county. and exercise all- Its OK THB ,
1 this county would fight tooth and toenaitfor speeches and writings, seem to believe charged with criminal offenses and Jurisdiction as' a. single powers body OF FLORIDA: That 8"'-i,,.,
that this be The adopted permanent budgetfor and provide for the In which Article IX of the Cortitln,,
with case a of
can done little trouble. qualification mar, method of select majority the the State! of
the completion of Road 13 between the county's fiscal year beginning members of the Court shall constitute the FlorlcU rolal''
the Commission members and
Ing exemption
They have said time and a for the of certain )PI,
Baldwin and Yulee, and for every other again that the U. October 1 showed an Increase for their term of office the length business quorum; or It may exercise dispatchof It,. Is from taxation he and Ibl

hard road that could possibly be obtained I S. is ripe for revolution, and only a competent in all items except the of the which discretion shall of be the wholly Legislature.within" stone powers and jurisdiction In divi Is hereby agreed amended to and ,Khali and. 111 be 1m o

directing hand is needed to bring i it amount needed for Bond Interest RESOLUTION (bi)) The Circuit Judge' shall at ted Florida to the electors of the th
here. and Sinking requirements. The A JOINT :: Propos all times be subject to call to the at the next I.n.ral
about when the time Ing, an Amendment to Article IX of lion to be held'" on the fin,
Supreme Court
comes. by that Court
More recently, the Knock Knock Club I increase in the General Fund is the Constitution. of the State, of the Chief Justice thereof and dur or day after the first Sundry '
| Finally, if it becomes Hitler's from $18.583.12 to $10,378.22 and Florida, Relating to Taxation and ing the call shall be members rejection.Said vember, 1940, for ratlflci
} had a real field day when a group of for necessary, Is caused chiefly by $3,730 Finance by Adding Thereto an Ad. thereof as associate justices to act Section D
ditional Section Authorizing the In place of of Artlcli I
great armed
forces will attack any absent disqualified
ward-looking] citizens, after years of almost us":' "donation to W P. A. and other Legislature of the State of Florida: or disabled justice or for assignment amended to-wit shall read u I.
depending largely internal unrest and to Allocate and Distribute to the to a division. but no division :
public works
continuous effort, finally succeeded in obtaining upon projects. Several Counties of the State, Cer shall Include more than one circuit( Section: 9. Them shill h I
disunity to make the job of his soldiers and The Fine and Forfeiture Fund lain Excise Taxes Now Levied and judge. A division shall consist of empt the value from of taxation Five Hundred proem
a State Farmers' Market for Bradford Collected and to tie Hereafter three members of. said court l
sailors and airmen Increased from 8916.92 to E8,- Levied and Collected the elusive. ex- toevery widow and tn ear,
by State of the
comparatively Chief
Justice and
I County. Even after the market was easy. 96051 difference of only of Florida the judgment of a division concurred I' son who Is a bona fide .raid,
This may sound fantastic, but it is RK IT RESOLVED: BY THRLKG- In by the Chief Justice State and has lout > II'
4359. been
constructed the Knock Knock boys said i it ISLATURE OF THE STATE OF be the judgment of the Court un disabled" In war or b1.
[ the Nazi plan, and Hitler realizes FLORIDA: That the following less such case Involves fortune
Agricultural Fund increased capital The ,
would never be a success-It was on the amendment to Article IX of the punishment, votes cant In .mrl:
or (2) the
that if he is to achieve world revolution from 1232.81 to Constitution of the State of Flor tion determina with said proponed small
side of the railroad track it a I $1- of a State or Federal constitutional I and the canvas,
wrong ; was 525.08. ida, relating to taxation and finance question dechnooy>
too near Jacksonville ; it was too far from unprecedented in history, he must have by ,adding thereto an additional be brought Into controversy wherein shall the to returns the same thereof regulation nhall be lUll
section '
The to be known as Sec
allies. It must be admitted that he has Mothers' Aid Fund was Increased lion IS of said Article IX. constitutionality or.a. Federal or strlctlons as ore provided t j
so) authorizing State
Jacksonville the roof leaked forth rule regulation or 1 for '
; ; so so from $1,802.81 to 1810. the Legislature of the Stateof municipal ordinance general election* In the
or (3) there .
far been of Florida
forth, AND so forth. In spite of their sub extremely successful] in getting 08. tribute Florida to the to several allocate and dis ba a dissent to the proposed judge IN TEHTIMONT WHE! .

'ltj'' them. It was said for years that National( The County Road and Bridge the State certain excise counties taxes now of thereof bent of a the division by a member have hereunto wt mIl
rosa oratory, the market today is a howling levied and collected or Chief Justice, or (4)) and affixed the Great ,
Socialism would Maintenance Fund was raised and to be here- ordered by the Chief Justice to the State of FlorTallahaisee
and farmers already come a cropper when it ran after levied and collected by the be considered by
success progressive two divisions ,
are from ; the Cipi
9456.41: to State of
960271. Florida. Is I
into its old arch foe communism. hereby agreed whereupon It shall require the con the let day of Autos
But to and
today shall be
submitted to the
regarding it as the instrument of The amount of two_dlviilonand the 1940.
estimated payable electors of the :State '
of Chi
Florida J itlo ...
German-Russion ,
their, salvation. relations are apparently of to the School '''Board as that for ratification or rejection at the 1 I (c) The Chlet."Sue'i e shall be i-' 131 r 1-2 R IA Secretary GRAY ofV f

the best, and Soviet spokesmen have been Board's half Of the coming, race .

With their inborn allergy to anythingnew denouncing the U. S. and England and track 'money1 was raised from

it was to be expected that the Knock $11,760 to 17200. ... '

Knock members would try to doom the praising the Reich. Italy was a world war The ,Road and Bridge Bond Interest -

Chamber of Commerce before it had half] ally-today she is Hitler's partner, and I and Sinking! Fund was reduced -

a chance to prove its wortH. Fortunately, Fascist authorities have been extremely out- from 78549.88 this year

spoken concerning Axis plans for dismembering to 72433.50 next
however, the K. K. C. boys are always] i in year.
England and giving the U. S. doseof Next year's'taxes are payable
the minority in Starke. When a worthwhilejob
harsh economic medicine. Last November 1 and if paid during yIaaCa
Japan- (
needs to be done have
we never yet' November
also a world carry a four percent
war ally-seems to have
Sl failed to gone
muster a sufficient number of discount. The discount decreases
Axis-ward whole The
anti-Knock Knocks to go ahead and do it. hog. new governmentis one percent per month and are
pro-Fascist, and 100 per cent anti-Demo--
-O-- net next March.
cratic. English rights in the Far East
Wings Are On Ills Shoulders
But Ills Feet Are Made Of Clay being. ruthlessly.. abrogated u. ,,_and_ Britain had WHEREAS NOTlrH OF The KMSCTIOV Legislature. of ufti*"" '
Colonel Lindbergh insulted the moral] to swallow a Humiliating pill recently when of the under:State the of Constitution Florida, did of 1886 pan ,
she agreed to Japanese demands .Ix Joint Resolutions.
to close the proposing
standards of the people of the UnitedStates amendment to the Constitution of
Burma Road principal of the State of Florida and the
source same
when he recently suggested that we suppliesfor wore agreed to by a vote of threeflftlm *
_ beleaguered China. And Japanese-U. S,_ of all the members elected
learn to cooperate with Adolf Hitler in the aid to each house; that the votes on *
relations have rarely been in a worse state. Joint Resolutions were entered
event that Germany wins the battle of upon their respective Journals, *
with the
Britain. According to Nipponese authorities, And they did yen determine and nays and thereon

Japan will pursue her "Asia' for Asiatics" that the said Joint Resolutions direct be
+ His plan of "appeasement" is just submitted to the electors of the
; ass policy-a policy which is about as cruel] and State at the neneral Election In
'despicable morally as the suggestion November, 1140.
imperialistic in NOW. .
as any history-whether wi :
the of town GRAY, Secretary ofRate' of th tf'7
mayor a cooperate with a known
like it not. U. State of
( or S. protests will not be< "Florida do hereby five
thief and robber who has somehow.. managed notice that a
seriously considered. And say the Japanese will beF;heldAln KLKCTIOV' U
to escape conviction and needs themayor's each county In
sword-wavers, the Land of the Rising Sun Florida on Tuesday next succeed
help in continuing his outrages ing the first Monday In
against will go to war with us if necessary. So A. D. 1940, the aid Tuesday. being;

society. far as Europe is concerned, Japan is solidly thePIKTII. ny OF NOVRWBRIt:

Too bad that Colonel Lindbergh should in favor of German-Italian plans and for the the bald ratification Joint Resolutions or rejection of,

choose to identify himself with Communists, actions. of ing the amendment:State of to Florida the Constitution propos

Bundlsts, and other Fifth Column influences American naval authorities have lately ing A the JOINT Amendment HRSOLUTION: of via Propon: Ar

in America by using the identical said that our navy could destroy the Jap of Article IX of the Constitution Section t

arguments for "peace" that these modern
anese fleet in a few weeks in open warfare.

Benedict Arnolds )have been mouthing for' But, if we went to war in the Pacific, the LAFFIT-OFFI I Id

the past few months. The world today Atlantic would be wide open to the Axis, I

has far too few heroes capable of inspiringour and we would be in no position to adequately iIMU

youth and setting an example of clean fight Nazi-Fascist! economic aggression

living and thinking as well as physical south of the Rio Grande. That explains

brcveness.: Ten short years ago Colonel] why most authorities believe we will do

Lindbergh was one of these. It is depressing little even if Japan does seize Indo-China,

indeed to so soon discover' his feet of clay. property of totalitarian-ruled France, and

-0-. the Dutch Indies Moral pressure is about

Don't Ever Doubt That Hitler
all we can afford to use right now-and r
Has Us In His Little Hook
moral few <
pressure gets results in the world

In the meanwhile, the pattern of Hit- of today.If I

'Jer's projected world revolution steadily becomes Britain is able to survive Hitler's =. /

more clear. It i is apparent to every- attacks, the picture will be drastically "I Jud pat in JOT i Ice-cold Coca-Cola is a qua1 t}

,ne (except those who stubbornly refuse to claim br hckl"
changed. U. S. '
as a democracy will not Sari La/fil drink
Off "And fri the drink that repee
) that this Is not a war in the traditional fall if England falls-but the future of J>.,.'. 11. CHECXJ" I ,

'sense, in which Germany, if she wins, will democracy will be immeasurably brighter if THIS U b.r.important'. our _alma_ / I sents four generations of experienin <

be satisfied with reparations and colonies England
lives. And still there are Americans PROMPT nff/e...,.' of rii'
and economic What the Nazis obviously in millions. Its clean,
power. who would deny her the use of a few EVEJIY cJounl refreshing

a, intend-despite their pious protes- idle destroyers I II after'

tations to the contrary-is the completeand O HAROLD I C. WALL! I gling taste brings a delightful

final destruction of the'' British Empire, "The day England !is defeated, the )b sense of real refreshment.

which for hundreds of years has held the United States will become a second-rate r
balance of power in Europe and a large part power, its foreign trade completely under GENERAL YOUNAVE.l I ( PAUSE

of the rest of the world. And following Nazi control."-Otto D. Tolischus in "They PLEASS PHONE J O THAT REFRESHES

i that, if the Feuhrer's astounding! frank Wanted War." i I I STARKE UNDER Atn'HOIUTY O. THB COCA.COl.A co. BY


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