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 30, 1940
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01147
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o't t Forgety's Singing Starfye's PraisesPounding Guards Return Camp Blanding Continues : I\ : ;

out lettersIn

Election the interest of Starke After OrdealOf

|y and Bradford County r To Make The News Ji t

are: Mrs. Evelyn Stephens I ; :

10 (seated) and Mrs.
ember Mud And Dust _
Olive Rumpel (standing '
), secretaries of the Black Widow BitesMan r Work At CampIsStillFar ,

Campaign Has Been recently reo r g a n Ized "Clad To Be Hack" New Roads .

So Quiet, V9ters Are Starke Chamber of F Is Unanimous At Camp ,: '

Apt To Overlook It Commerce.Tuesday the secre- Opinion Of Trainees Are NecessaryTo During the past week, regular I "
Its taries drove to St. Au- routine of construction work at
forgotten The twenty men and two of-
case city you've election Tuesday, gustine, had an InterestIng fleers of Starke's Headquarters Camp Blending haa been broken From CompletePepper :
a 4-hour by two mlshnpa.
Officers to be chosen; discussion of Detachment, See o n d Battalion, Handle Traffic ';"
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and three aldermen. the Camp Blandlng development 124th Infantry of the Florida National On Tuesday of last week, about ,
mayor 4 o'clock In the afternoon Bruce Requests15utracks : .t
campaigning has with General ( Guard returned footsore ,, ,
election Vivian Collins Lowry Wants Direct Snell. a government inspectoretatlofled tt
that there is some adjutant and weary from Third Army I Instead '.

BO that quiet voters .might over general of the State of maneuvers Friday afternoon at Route To Jacksonville on the reservation, was Of Tents For Men I! :;: ri:
bitten black widow P
Florida. by a spider
er the polls. Vital 4:20: o'clock. T'h e maneuverswere And Road To Lnwtey r' "''II.."
going to lacking and if Among the facts held this year at Camp that, running true to form was "All we know Is what we read : '' .;$.
9 bave been 'brought back were: i ,l, t s 1'-1 lurking In some old lumber : ,
has been going s$ 6 r' Reauregnrd in Louisiana and A direct road from Camp In the papers. .' 'pyl"
lectloneeiing to from ,
brought ex-
strictly on the q. t. The new deadline for f I t / 1s' e a lasted from August 4 throughlast Itlandlng into Jacksonville, the Blundlng Thus' did engineers" directly : t" \'\_:
been g Foster.
ts I troops to occupy Bland- IA Sa.turday-th"e weeks and speeding up of Road 68 from Camp connected with construction work ,I

P, Smith and N. D.for the Ing Is November 15. l4 A r er 1 ear approximately 74.00O Guardsmenand Keystone Heights to Jacksonville, A short while after being bit now going on at Camp Blandlng.. ;. '.

Jr, are competing bea They might be there e'er 1 regular Army troops participated and a hanlaurfactMl road from ten. Snell became" violently 111. reply to the Telegraph this week ,,\, .,

Rt mayor, which might office, earlier, but should not 'eta r i es in the training Klngsley Lake to t.awtt'Y are having several convulsions, and when asked If they had any "In ,,\:.

very Important be any later than that, :. a'k' *ti I I First Lieutenant T. T. Long, I three projects now being urged was curried to a Jacksonville side Information" on exactly ; ".) J

.ged with the law responsibility and order intoe ; Starke has been 4th tt '' commanding officer of the local by Brigadier-General Sumter L I hospital for treatment. Althoughthe when troops will begin to arrive j "l4' ,- ,.
bite of the black widow, mont '
talntaining designated the official Lowry.He for military "
company, stated that the "man- at the new development .
after Camp Blandlng near T' poisonous of all U. S. spiders Is r"'
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shipping point and mall.
I euvers were a success In what I! emphasized the need of a training.
) is occupied by,40,000 men. Ing address for the frequently fatal. Snell survivedthe t "I'' ':
they attempted to attain. It was more direct route between Jacksonville [ "Almost every day the papers
will be chosen ordeal and was able to re-
ree aldermen I Camp. Troops will en- hard on the men but they quickly ] and the Blandlng area by carry some statement from Wash : y

among the four candidates train aid detrain here. I became accustomed to missing a I the time the Government puts turn to work Monday. ington concerning Blandlng, but ',',, ,, ., "
have announced; H. A. The men will be In charge of 2,010 officers, of whom 1.500 are meal occasionally and sleeping on|40.000 men In the new reserva- Incident No. 2 occurred Mon we bave not been officially notified t. ', I'

.op, L. A. Canova, Don L. married and will want to bring their families to this vicinity Vacant the ground with sometimes only tion. day afternoon when a freak of any definite date for the J" "Y

[ver, and S. E. Sparks. The houses within a radios of 40 miles will be In demand. a rain coat. | Road 68. General Lowry explained whirlwind tore away the top ofa men to arrive or how many to :': it
named are members I large shelter tent being used
three Another road from Starke to Blandlng will be an absolute neces- The Starke men boarded the I will run from Gold Head expect." the spokesman continued. 1,}> .
time. near. the site of the sewage disposal ,
e present sity to take care of traffic. The route straight out Call Street special train to the encampment Branch Park to Mlddleburg con l under construc I In the meanwhile, construction I 1'work ,' ,:''\-
weekhe plant, now "
.. p Smith stated this friends around the south and east sides of Kingsley Lake is being pushed.If I I shortly after noon on Aug. 4,I necting with the old Orange Park tion. The wind also lifted some I at Blanding Is continuing '
was "drafted" by arrived Monday night, Aug, 5, In road. It will shorten the distance at a rapid pace, but Is still far'from 'r
and and when the conscription bill passes, the Blandlng area will\ water right out of a wheelbarrowthat '
for 'J
a candidate mayor 'time to get in on the tall end of from nlandtng to Jackson- complete ?f ,:.
be leased to the government for a period of 5 was standing. near by. There ,"
doing nothing to pro- years. Pepper Protests Tent r ,
he was I the disastrous Louisiana storm ville to :32 miles. I

his election. "I told them Iidnt that took several lives and caused I He went further, however, and was very little breeze up until In Here are a few things Included "t
I the time the whirlwind put '
he said, "but they In the "what we read in the 'A' ,Ali
run damage into the" millions of dol. J
t: ahead and put me up any- FHA Will Insure Corner Lot Sold lars. The little company from from urged Blanding an entirely straight new Into highway Jacksonville Its appearance, the men said. papers" concerning D1anllng! during ,' ;. ;,L

It was a great surprise to Starke detrained at a community which he wild would the post week: \ l I I
when I saw my name on the named From Senator Claude Pepper's ,'1r
Bringhurst, walked two shorten the. distance to 27 mlle Want "
office came: the following dispatch ,: ,
miles to the concentration
Here For area. advocates
10 Homes $2,000New I The General also t

her they went this far, I On the train trip to Louisiana I construction i of a hard road, from : Florida will have the ','

.'t want to turnthem down "everybody and his brother" ,had Although "
to I let my name stand. Agency Willing To Owner Will a camera taking' pictures of any-I Lawtey I to Blandlng. Action On Draft second largest camp In the na- R'; ;
citizens of \
In the meanwhile, of National ;!
lion for the training ,
making Erect Restaurant and everything, the boys said I /
.ever I am not any Cooperate In Housing I I I to
Starke beginning busy
are Guard and Regular Army troops J ,
paign or doing anything" else Shortage, Parrish, Says It Is PlannedMost on their return-and produced a''I themselves with thoughts of anew Pas Resolution under the present expansion proo o ,;'
election. stack of films to back the state .i!
my I hard road from Starke to Endorsing Compulsory cram Senator Pepper announced ,f J''

Chamber of Commerce mem Important real estate ment. i Blandlng. The desired highway Military Training that early this week a protest \' ,', '

ung Men Urged bers, meeting in the Woman's transfer since the Camp Blandlng I The first two or three days of I I would run straight east as a will be registered by Southern ,.

Club last Friday night, heard "boom" started here recently was encampment were spent getting I continuation of Call Street and Members of the Starke' Rotary Senators against the use of 'I 4

Register For Campeutenant Horace I*:: Smith, secetary of the the sale last week by L. A. Davisof settled, acquainted, and assignedto would circle ,the ttouth and east Club unanimously adopted a resolution tents to house the 39,400 troops U,

Ocalu Chamber; 'and M. M. Par-; a 50-foot square lot at the duties amidst the mud and I tided of Klngaley Lake.It Wednesday declaring themselves scheduled to bo stationed Camp ".,.. '" '

Telfalr T.: Long, nab, state administrator of the northwest corner of Walnut St., rain. It was-no trouble to keep' Is generally acknowledged In faVor o f compulsory Blandlng, near Stal.ke,1UJd, other i ,

andlng Officer of the Na- Federal Housing Administration,, I and Madison Ave., to Jim," Forest clean however, for there were: that Road 48 would be totally military training, a n d 1J urging Southern camps. I tU:,

al Guard Headquarters De- discuss matters of interest to a of Daytona Beach. Amount of 500 shower baths. I I Inadequate to take care of traffic Congress "to quit talking and do "Only Camp Shelby, Mississippi I

neat here, this week urged growing community, such a s the consideration was reported at I The second through the fifth I between Blandlng and Starke something about it," with 41,850 troops will be larger," "

young; men of Starke and Starke expects to be following In $2,000.It days of training were maneuvers If 40,000 men are placed In the The resolution was passed after Senator Pepper' said, "and this

dtord County interested In ob- the wake of the occupany of is stated that Mr. Forest ; by the Individual companies, followed camp area. K. L. Matthews stated he had too will be a tent camp, as will '

mg the year of training which Camp Blandlng. plans to use the property for the j by several days of bntta-' been requested by the Military smaller Southern Camps to' be t'I '

National Guard la expectedbegin Mr. Parrish reviewed conditions construction of a large restau- | lion maneuvers. During these Training Camps Association to located at Fort Clark, Texas;

soon, to see him per- under which FHA loans are rant | times the men hiked or walked Still Wrangle form a local committee for the Fort McClellan, Alabama; Camp '

ally at the Armory In Starke. granted and stated that around The deal was handled through I' around In the woods and were purpose) of helping to expeditethe Jackson South Crollna: Fort Sill,

Unofficially. I expect that this 18 mortgages have already been Frank C. Hollingsworth, realtor. captured by two enemies, poison national defense program Oklahoma, and Camp Robinson

anlzatlon (the National Guard) Insured In Starke by the agency. Home Change Hand ,I oak and poison ivy. Jimmie Over Race Fund through pressure of public opine Arkansas. It was stated that
be mobilized and sent to this communityhas Sewell and Al Kay Carlisle were ion. Rotarians were Invited to round 20,000 men will be stationed -
He stated that
p Blending by October first fared well as In the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren I particularly hand' hit, by the become members of the commit at each of the camps except -

Itteenth Lt. Long said.: "Any as any this week sold their home on poisonous leaves, and everyone Bond Trustees Lose tee. Blending In Florida and

pg man," he continued, "who state on a per capita basis. Church St.. to Dr. J, W. Brownlee -,was generously supplied with red Out In Fight For Elmo Struth, technical sergeant Shelby In Mississippi both twice

[rtthln the age limits 18 to 31,, "The FHA Is not an emergency I who plans to use It for rental I(( bugs. L. H. Harper was stung with the local National Guard as large, "In view of the fact

Is physically fit and other- housing agency," Mr. Parrish i purposes Mr. and Mrs. Warren |on the left eye by a beethiswas Slice Of State; Money Company, was present and gavean that all of the other camps will

i qualified and would like toe said, "but we will be glad to co ,( Will move to the State Farm, a real casualty as Hrper I Interesting account of the recent be what are known as Cantonments ,' .

| this year of training ted operate with you to the extentwe where Mr. Warren Is employed. was "out of the gallW'." for several The County Commissioners during three-week's maneuvers in which call for the construction '
advisable in a community a !special meeting Tuesday I )s
l to come by the Armory and deem I Buys Lot-Will Build days as a result. Louisiana. of barracks and other
: with me. I will appreciate"Although J of this size." He stated Millard Judd recently pur- Following the battalion maneuvers Aug. 13, "washed their hands"I buildings," said the Senator, "I
II of a long standing controversy:
I that at the present time the discussed with several Southf f '
chased a lot on Lafayette Street even larger groups regiments between the Board of County Hank Not Open Monday have '
( agency felt justified In Insuringten trained unit. ern Senators the need for similar :
[ our company Is from Mrs. W. J. Epperson, just were as one Bond Trustees and the School !
mortgages for rental housesIn I The Florida Hank at Starke construction In the South. We
home. Mr. consists of three bat
d us at present (20 men and west of the Epperson A regiment Board "three way"division '
officers) we will probably ) the $2.500 to $3.000 price Judd plans to build, but might talions. By this time the storm regarding of Bradford's a share of will not be open for business next agree that vigorous protest should :'
l be
e some vacancies when the range If individuals could not begin construction for several period had passed although the the Race Track Fund Monday, which Is Labor Day, a'' blf registered.
found to put up the necessary 10 months area remained muddy to such an money legal holiday In the State of "The designation of these
moblllzattctn occurs, as Last when the three
ed men and men with de- percent of combined cost of house I extent that the boys claimed the boards were year making annual budI Florida, according to S. L. Peek, ; southern areas for tent camps Is

be permitted .to re- i Sheriff Warns gets, the Commissioners and the i
o"" Lt. "We would prefer that these about "Louisiana Mud," not
Long continued. School Board the Trustees
It was pointed out that the houses be built In a group," Mr. :I Drunken Drivers "Mississippi Mud" $2,000 each to gave enable the latterto She's Ready Paving, Sewage

lr rot training is a splendid op- Parrish said, "for we have Beginning August 16 the highlight carry on county road and May Be Speeded '

punity for'young men to buildtwelves learned,: ,that Army people, such "Those" who drink better not of the encampment got bridge maintenance.

up physically to learn as you expect from Camp Bland- drive. under way the actual war At budget time this year a Recently a committee from
the blunt warning Issued :
modern methods of warfare clannish and like to live This was games. The troops were divided committee from the Trustees appeared -: the Starke Chamber of Commerce.
are A. O.
Ing Sheriff
thus be ready to defend their yesterday by Into two army of about 34,000 before the School Hoard called on State WPA Administrator ,

and and at the close together. Andreu as the result of orders I men each, with one army (the and the Commissioners to ask If Roy Schroder In Jacksonville
country !
f* time to earn money, as a Mr. Smith gave an Inspiring from Governor Cone for strict "Blues") defending a certain I the action of last year would be r Object: To see If It I I. possible

1 onal Gurdsman's pay runs "pep talk'" on the value of a enforcement of highway safety ridge, and the other army (the continued. The Commissioners to push Starke's sewage and paving .

1\1 $1 per day (If a bill before Chamber of Commerce to the Jaws "Reds") attempting to take this readily consented, again appropriating project under the starting
"Those who Insist upon The "war" took place 20)) Trustees The,
tress ridge. $2.000 for the
passes) for a private community. He stated that anyone drunk will be arrested' emergency
280 for while miles from the concentrationarea School Board however, claimed a,
| technical sargeants. not willing to take part In time we can catch them, Yt
II every where the men normally restricted budget and turned the Defense program.
promotions entirely possible for men to building up his home town should and will b., charged with driving stayed and all except the motor- Trustees down cold. f Administrator Schroder was
In rank In the s1.
'tonal Guard. get on the train and "check out," under the Influence of Intoxicating said.- ized division walked an average/ The Trustees requested the encouraging; said such a move ,

presided over liquor Sheriff Andreu of 50 miles under light pack during Commission: to Intercede with the was entirely possible; suggested

The meeting was Governor Cone threatened "dr8lltic" the war maneuver, which School Board In the Trustees behalf that the Chamber of Commerce I
ores To Closer Dr M. B. Herlong, presidentof action" against public officialswho \ ,
by lasted four days to August 20. and a joint meeting was write Senators, Representatives

Labor the local organization. "fall to cooperate" In enforcement I The Guards from Starke held' to this effect last month. and other big shots Interested In
Day of the highway safety of Camp Blandt t .
In the defending/ "Blue" The School Board reaffirmed Its the development

For the first time In many Clay CooperativeGets laws.He and the regular Army force'j stand and was requested by the. r ,G Arw Ing, urging that this project be
sheriffs, county ,
wrote to list as an
h. Labor made part of the Commission not to Include $2,000In put on the preferred
will be a up
Day More MoneyRural Judges, Justices of the peace settlement emergency measure. The WPA "
hole" Its
holiday for Starke busif \- and forces Neither army fully accomplished budget pending
'*en and Judges of criminal courts its objective as the'''of the matter. will "open up" again for new
employes. Electrification Admini- county prosecuting attorneys urging of the However, at their meeting last projects around September 10,
a portion
circulated Red over-ran
I""a this week by Slattery has advised Congressman vigorous action and "whole faced the I Mr. Schroder said.
8ha.1 strator but could 1 not take the week the Commissioner
A. L. ridge I
Alvarez was Green of Starke that he hearted cooperation" In safety 19 following resolution from the Chamber of Commerce members .
n.d by larger part of It. On August ''
| practically every additional $25- "save human andsewage
merchant bad approved an laws enforcement the men were served turkey-all School Hoard: argued that new paving
For in town. 000.00 allocation for REA Cooperative life." could eat {|: "Whereas after due application for Starke will indeed be"emergency"
[ past two or three 14 locatedat I urged action they I If the
Starke Florida Clay He especially 20th of all funds It now appeara ( measures de'I'
i I'I! firms have been ob- Keystone Heights. against "the drunken driver, because On the afternoon of the :[doubtful whether the full eight "":." velopment at Camp Blanding ,
the :
back to concentration :
31'lng only a half-holiday on the This allotment will build 32 that Is the cause of moats the men moved and were paid off!! months school term can be had, -", 'a causes the overnight growth that

Monday in September. miles of line* In Clay. Alachua, .of.the,accidents on our highways. for the maneuver area period, which '''and' whereas If $2.000. or any, "', ... Is generally expected here. t

and Columbia a I other of the race track
tildlng Permits Up I Union.Counties Putnam and serve 108 members. Included up until midnight last I I monies part accruing to this Board', As soon as she heard that theSenate Recruiting For Navy ,.
Saturday.On the conscriptionbill
Since' Representative Green who Is Bryant At Mayo Clinic Thursday of last week the Is paid to the Board of Bond passed "Sister" Brown, A temporary U. S. Navy recruiting
beginning Wednesday
of 1940 Starke
REA expressed {Trustees of this county, the school
advocate of at Bring will be In
entrained again and station open
of Mr.
made $17.273 worth of a strong w. E. Bryant, owner ofBryant's troops restricted, 4-year-old daughter
II dlnlt expansion Those himself as being pleased Cafe, last Saturday left, burst at 6:30 o'clock A. M. and term will be further Mrs. M. F Brown, borrowed a the Gainesville post of flee building
figures his I be It resolved by
In now, therefore,
families day, 4 through September
taken from the office of City that additional of with Mrs. Bryant for Mayo Clinicat were home the' following I' Board of Public Instructionof rifle and a pair of pilot gogglesand from September
t will have the benefit over the rails of the Of 6 for the purpose of I interviewing -
Collector Carl Johns, who district that Rochester, Minnesota, where he after the of Bradford State went right to drilling. ..
" electrification. He different railroad companies. County that she applicants for enlist i'
the rural health check-up. five It's hardly likely
; record to the end under-going a resolution course
up has Is that the
Florida, ,
Clay 14 Cooperative left The men were so busy during the first draft, ment. Men must be between
Several he says Florida Mllllgan.\ who was I' and will be called on #
persons Josephine 26 1939 appearing
received all together $576.- In- the encampment that they didn'teven adopted May be prepared, and 31, unmarried, and physically
said he best to
, CJ0 apply soon for Au- now of 666 in charge of the cafe, on 277 of the mln- but then It's
page '
t ; building hold
the to
for least find time fit.
permits-that many 000.00 throughout that area tends to remain there at eight) 1 (Continued on page eight>)> "Sister" says. .- "
line Continued on page
would mites of longer. (
have had them ally two weeks, and probably .
Ire Putting it off. of Florida. j


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1 Wl"Inn-r )I general election of Representatives
PAGE Taxation next the Chit,
Abolishing Ad Valorem I to be held In 1040, a. follow the ,-"Ot. lll, Inl'lraUr'
I be believed the rest CITY POLITICS tor ante Purposee TUrn LFGISLATOItn ". dl"'at, 'fl. .
"Mein Kampf" is to HI' IT HKSOLVED!,!' BY STATE O1' Section 15. The Legislature shall lug ,INU,I IOU,. IAr
The Bradford County Telegraph receive similar treatment WARMS SLIGHTLY IW THI be.lollowlnll' have' the power to allocate and distribute not be !4 It
of the democracies will FI.IItIl'\ That t .. of Article I to the several tountles of cord of. ?
Continued from page one) Cunetltutlon Ih.'Ital./ the State, In equal amounts, and at I"ouclu ha
,. .-- -- ,. -- Nowadays, the only democracies ,, ( lxroftthe of such times an the Legislature shall vision ,, as' + ""I'
Established. IS?? save England, are the American Republics.And town every night!; were disturb- andbnioltslInglaaldgvalorema. taxes determine, any portion levied of and or allexcise acuoinn into,"11 Ih.Fund 'r
neighborhood b... the taxes now 1 upon th, shi 1"'6
In his for Slate purpose. or hereafter levied or collected '
the ing persons and russell.. 11I
of the American Republics, only .. a"'r..t to. i 5tN'I
Second be lit brrehv the State of Florida ,, .
PUbIlNht'd Weekly m Friday* and Entered an and asked that something same .ubrnltl..d to the electors by tact but, ? bill;' ',"I
10. of [ I 13:
hal1 parl-mutuel
Starke, Fla. United States possesses sufficient wealth,, was made regarding the general Election from the operation vision i,,, ,"+ n
Class Mutter at the PONt Office at done. Nol motlon ;of the State at pools a tq"
$ In 1940. for approval ______ properly l )
resources and potential armed strength to the matter. "f rejection; that is. to say' Shall : xtI. i "g s au
1of Article 1 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Jlclpnt 1 '," ti ,
Ald- Section 'cord
be a serious obstacle to the aims of Na- Clerk; Carl Johns told the that t the amended said so an to read as an Amendment to Section 2 In the .v' '"I
MEMBER that the City Board ol IX I* and to Section 4 of Article V of I Ithe unahir. i It, 'll'" hl.5)"
tional Socialism. ermen '"section 7 shan Constitution of Florida Relating Justier, | MilState Nn:,
1"g1 RIIA> PRESS ASSOCIATION \ Bond Trustees would like advise for 2. raisins The Legislature"revenue suHI-' to the Judiciary UeparmAnt.BE I vl<1.. and/11'1"01.1,, I Uullbl' .'"

vrN :Men who were once close to Hitler have from the Council regarding a i pnoxide'lent to defray the expenses of the' IT SOLVED OF THE R Y STATE THE stead with, ,Ili| ( ter, 'I 152" "aing ,
approprla- LEGISLATURE
1 ., i3otaxztd '3lotuitfst been describing what he plans if and when $250.76 light and water bill which for !"dons?lute, for Including.the benefit State of the uniform OF FLORIDA: That the following" I I JOI
.t School of Section 2 and Section
schools \
Bradford High of free Public amendments T :

t II:. L. Malillewa( ?______..____ Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION England falls and the glittering Empireon there IB no likelihood of collect- I provided system In Constitution accordance ,with and ArticleXII of the of the 4,Constitution respectively,of of the Article State. of V or the to AIt(' .I..tltUtl l fib+,OLrT109 1" )"!AA'

which "the sun never sets" crumbles Ing In the near future. Though .. of the ). learn- Florida, be, and he same la herebyagreed mix.miter,, Il.lnting' J I'e otula t
eforaeaehlrfiscalfyear shall be submittedto
made or and also to. and
: RATH that Hitler has inten- no motion or vote was lug of the of nn IT
away. They say no to l the electors stale I RESUI: .
in ,\chancedlertlNlng taken the Council member i s afnd Interest theyexisting- Florida at the next general elec- I LEH SLATt'1tE fir
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Month, Payable Ipul of : o)s' fp
.yq tion of launching an immediate military at- I agreed that sprvlce should not oVbtednes.( of the Slate' : but afterDeiember Ion to be held on the first Tuesdayafter I I Arll'le 1o'I.f'HI11A. that4rtlh Fa t81!
C .\ Rates' on ApplicationThe lint. A, I). 1940. no levy the first Monday In November I ." .,
tack the United States and the New discontinued AS arrangements .Htulol!
on be valorem, taxes upon real or 1940 for ratification or rejection 'Idu

World. If he did that, he would be courting are being made to eventually pay of personal ad property shall be except made. /Intangible for any auction. 2. (a) The Supreme Court(1 I County same I.(bnni.Iss'h" ,"hI '' unetidb'elalll"" 5
Knock Knock Boys Are Singing the account. It was also recom- property and Election shall consist of seven (7) Justicesand amended I. ugrNd ,
whatsoever: :
disaster-the tactical obstacles in the way that the : State purpose! of office of each Submitted. :I" l sods
mended by discussion of Article XII he, and the the term l
Tune 6 State
Old Familiar 01 Fiuidle.
Their Justice shall be six years; no term st'rtm'
; his mili- and Jor hereby repealed.A .
the are gigantic, no matter how great Parent-Teacher Association : mme la of any Incumbent shall be affected election nf ) :
According to unofficial reports, heM In ten'eeenhttvp
; And Hitler and his the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling by this amendment.b 1940 '"
and naval j"ctlon. "pr.vaI ,
tary power. RESOLUTION Proposing Each Justice of the Supreme Saul I .
( ) 11010.
Club is already busy on our wouldbe I "
Knock notified they 8.
be XVI of as or
advisers to feel that the Company an Amendment to Article Court shall be elected by the qualified amended. 'hall j
i Chamber of Commerce. "It can't high-ranking seem held responsible for electricityused the Constitution of Florida Adding" electors of the State at the I lows. : ret4

budding United States can be conquered simply and at school by a coM drink Thereto R n Additional. of Section Commission Perniittlns ', time and places of voting for mem- in "Section each of That ,there 'h J
a -
be done. It can't be done. It can't be I the Creation tiers of the legislature at the general the unt' ,
easily. First planned step, according to the vending machine and that a Empowered to Grant Paroles I Itldnt election next preceding: the IIloner's IIIW dilltrir", ,l' 'hll"C'
in mournful dirge- Conditional Releases, or rrnba- enlratlon of each term of such office from 1111''
done. they repeat a meter be attached to same. or .. or Persons Witht'rlminal "'" ,,,, ,,,,,, tine 'I'
reports, is to court U. S. good will, by of- of m& 1 be teiectel. ) ,,., ,'
sup..rvl- h ''
perhaps not in those exact words, but in Under (c) In the event of the ratification It ) 'h IIIallll,.
I ore said
favorable economic agreements. of this amendment it shall un4!
y one of the innumerable variations on a well fering us BRADFORD LEVY "ftIT_.nl KHOTVnniiBTBTTHg thereupon be the duty of the then pln..e )1' !'alas :0 r other ihth t
This is designed to lessen our suspicions CUT FIVE MILLS L lOF( !-!." ; I Governor to appoint one additional tor officers foul. tad ,, theme. 1"t.OlUDA' : Justice of the Supreme Court and v an ,
worn 'Id'd,,
and to create public opposition to spendingmore Ser' .tion 1. Thnt the following" he shall hold office from the date that 1 th, (-) ;:!) r.mml"be
deal (Continued from page one) amendment to I of. the ,: of his appointment until Tuesday elected iii. th/ uStl .
ti it is
this great
time like a \\.tY.ll
At a billions for national defense. At the I Constitution: of the ; Florida I after the first Monday In January, 1940. trot. t the .vrenb.r
; of comfort to turn back the pages of time Vanderbilt will be 46 7-8 mills Miscellaneous 194J, and his successor shall be ltrlcts and !ohllll "'r\', fur t.,
same time, the Nazis, as quietly as possible, In Starke school district the byeadding; thereto. an elected at the general election In districts those ftm. Iht add nu
and recall past activities of the Knock Section to be known an prOVI..lon"l 1942 to hold office for a term of 101111 I will carry on their economic penetration into homestead levy will be 8 mills of said Article. XVI *"e<- six years beginning Tue..elIlYah.r and h..r..uf" ,It, 'era. "e
Knock Club since Bradford County was a the levy 54 7-8 mills plicable to the creation the first Monday In January 1943.I tour year'h. \ o. .
Latin America. Next technique will be non-exempt paroles and (ronipenmitlDi
mission authorized to grant I (d) The successors of the Justices if JuTJ, ,Ibymlaw"luner
babe. The Telegraph has faint recollections \ In Hampton the homestad levyIs ] or conditional I I release or probationof of the Supreme Court shall be '" .hal' be >pning >
undercover work to create dissension within .supervision Is
16. the non-exempt 62 7-8; In prisoner under elected at the general election next
of some very active opposition on the hereby agreed to and shall be submitted pr..cedlni'the expiration of,. their --
this country-to set group against group Brooker and Lawtey the home to the electors of the State respective terms of office, but In I JOINT -
part of K. K. C. members who insisted that class against class and stead Is assessed 18 the non-ex- of Florida for ratification or re- event of a vacancy In office of any tn Amend rmlOUTIOl I.rtjon! : .!
against race cieneral Electionto
race Jectlon at the next Justice and there be an unexplred IX I'If the or
would be "ruined" by Road 13-the first 64 7-8 mills. In Vanderbilt In 1940 as follow: l'OIl"lltuUoli .11h,
we empt b held term the successor shall be elected I of Florida, ,
thus to make genuine unity impos
Bradford \ district the tax Is homesteads: "Section 32. The Legislature may for the balance of the unexplred tion of Certain I. iit
hardsurfaced highway connecting sible. Nazi propaganda chief Goebbels and NOTHING, non-exempt 39 7-8! create a to Parole grunt Commission paroles or conditional empowered term. Taxation: Pr.pOlt
!Section'! 4 (a) The1 Supreme Court B1o( IT RESOLVED:
County with the outside world. However, Nazi philosopher Rosenberg judging by mill, the lowest levy in the release or probation underofficial may hear consider and determinecases LEGISLATURE OF BT
to prisoners or .
supervision and exercise aU- It.
powers OF
they lived to see the day when citizens of their speeches and writings, seem to believe county. persons charged with criminal offenses and Jurisdiction a. 'a single bodyIn Article FIAItIDA IX or: the That. C.dltl Seals'
would fight tooth and toenail The adopted permanent budgetfor and may provide.. for the which case a majority of the t h.Itat./: .. of Florida. !"1'
county .1&1'
qualification and members of the Court shall
that this can be done with little trouble. members constitute the exemption of
the county's fiscal year beginning ing the Commission ana a quorum for the dispatchof certain i
between taxation
of Road 13 be
for the completion They have said time and again that the U. October 1 showed an Increase for their term of office the within business; or It may exercise Its Is hereby amended and and ii tt t,t

Baldwin and Yulee, and for every other in all items except the< the of which discretion shall of be the wholly Legislature." powers. and jurisdiction In dlvl-- Is agreed to and .han.h.. ,
S. is ripe for revolution, and only a com- sions.b : ted to the electors of the !
hard road that could possibly be obtained'f amount needed for Bond Interest alltimesebe Circuit ogcallhtIlthe Florida at the next seam
hand is needed to bring it RESOLUTION Proposing subject ,
petent directing and The A JOINT tlon to be held on the P1,1!
here. Sinking requirements. an Amendment to Article IX of Supreme Court by that Court or 'day after the flr.t Monda,
f about when the time comes. Increase In the General Fund Is the Constitution of the State of the Chief Justice thereof, and dur- vember, 1949 for ratlfliail',,
i More recently the ''Knock Knock Club from $18.583.12 to 19378.22 and Florida, Relating to Taxation and ing the call shall be members rejection. 1 1Hald
Finally, if it becomes necessary, Hit Finance, by Adding Thereto an Additional {hereof as associate justices to act : : Section 9 if Artkfc
j had real field day when a group of for- Is caused chiefly by a $3.731 Section Authorising" the n place of any absent disqualified amended shall read u I
a ler's great armed forces will attack us- "donation to W. P. A. and other Legislature of the State of Floridato or disabled justice or for, assignment to-wlti
ward-looking citizens after of almost Allocate and Distribute to the to a division, but no division Section 9, There hull i
depending largely upon internal unrest and public works projects." Several Counties of the State Certain shall Include more than one (circuit empt from taxation. prop
continuous effort finally succeeded in obtaining Excise Taxes Now Levied and judge. A division. shall consist of the value of Five Hundred
disunity to make the job of his soldiers and The Fine and Forfeiture Fund Collected and to Be Hereafter three members ot. said court exclusive to- every widow and to ioon
a State Farmers' Market for Brad- Increased from 8916.92 to $8,- Levied and Collected by the State of the Chief Justice, and I' who In a buna fide rot!
sailors and airmen comparatively easy. of Florida. the judgment of a division' concurred the State and has lout a I
s ford County. Even after the market was 960.51, a'l.-dlfterence of only HH IT RESOLVED BY THE LEO- in by the Chief Justice shallbe been disabled In ear or I ll
This may sound fantastic, but it is undoubtedly $43.59., ISLATURE; OF THE STATE OF the judgment of the Court unless fortune" 1
constructed the Knock Knock boys ,said it FLORIDA: That the followingamendment such case Involves (1) eapital I I The votes cant In Ctrl
the Nazi plan, and Hitler realizes The Agricultural Fund Increased to Article IX of the punishment, or (2) the I with said proposed| ema
i would never be a success--it was on the from 1232.81 to $1- Constitution of the State of Florida tion of a State or d..t"rmlna-I and the canvass, deelor.lI,
that if he is to achieve a ,world revolution relating to taxation and finance stitutional question .. I returns thereof, shall. ben
wrong side of the railroad track ; it was 52508. by adding" thereto an additional be brought Into to the same regulation. il
unprecedented in history, he must have section to be known as Section constitutionality or.a Federal or strlctlons an are provide I
too near Jacksonville ; it was too far from The Mothers' Aid Fund was InCreased 15 of said Article IX. author- State statute, rule, regulation or' for general elect inns In IbJ
allies. It must be admitted that he has so the of the Stateof municipal
from 1802.81 to 1810. lung Legislature ordinance or (3) there of Florida
_ Jacksonville ; the roof leaked ; so forth, so Florida to allocate, and distribute be a dissent to the proposed judgment IN TKSTIMO.NT WHIP
far been extremely successful in getting 08. the several counties of of division .
to a by. a m..mb..rth..r..of have hereunto set rand ]
forth, AND so forth. In spite of their sub that National The County Road and Bridge the State, certain excise taxes nowlevied or the Chief Justice, or (4)ordered affixed the Gmt. Ithe
them. It was said for years and collected and to be hereafter by the Chief Justice to State of Florid!
rosa oratory, the market today is a howling Socialism would when it Maintenance Fund was raised levied and collected by the be considered by two divisions; Tallahassee, the raplil!
farmers already come a cropper ran from 9456.41 to 960271. state of Florida la hereby agreedto whereupon It shall require the consideration the 1st day of Aur
success, and progressive are and shall be submitted to the of two. dlvl..lonin4 the 1940.
it the instrument of into its old arch foe communism. But today The amount estimated payable< electors of the State of Florida Chi", J".ttlo.. ?--_ *L' \ SBAL', R..A.ORAT. I
regarding as German-Russion relations are apparently of: to the School Board as tha, for ratification or rejection at the I (c) The Chief Justice shall be '-II 13t tl-2 Secretary..!

their salvation. Board's half of the coming racetrack
the best, and Soviet spokesmen have been
With their inborn allergy to anythingnew money" was raised from Y
denouncing the U. S. and England and $11,760 ,to $17,200. _i ')
it was to be expected that' the Knock
praising the Reich. Italy was a world war The Road and Bridge Bond Interest -

Knock members would try to doom the ally-today she is Hitler's partner, and and Sinking Fund was re

Chamber of Commerce before it had halfa Fascist authorities have been extremely out- duced from 78549.88 this yea

chance to prove its wortH. Fortunately, spoken concerning Axis plans for dismem- to $72,433.50 next year.

however, the K. K. C. boys are always in bering England and giving the U. S. a dose Next year's taxes are payable

the minority in Starke. When a worthwhilejob November 1 and If paid durln g
of harsh economic medicine. Last Japan- i iR id it it it
needs to be done, we have never yet November carry a four percen
also a world war ally-seems to have gone
failed to muster a sufficient number of discount. The discount decreaseone .
Axis-ward whole hog. The new governmentis
anti-Knock Knocks to go ahead and do it. percent per month and ar fI
pro-Fascist, and 100 per cent antiDemocratic net next March.

-O- English rights in the Far East are "
Wings On Shoulders
being ruthlessly abrogated, and Britain had WHKHRAS. The Legislature nl
But His Feet Are Made Of Clay 1939 under the Coimtltullon of 18R5 i
to swallow a humiliating pill recently when of the Slat of Florida, did pan.
Colonel insulted the moral mix Joint Resolution
Lindbergh she agreed to Japanese demands to close the amendment to the Constitution proponln 01
standards of the people of the United the State of Florida, and the .Ham
Burma Road, principal source of suppliesfor were agreed to by a vote of three.
States when he recently suggested that we fifth of all the members ..1..ctetJ
China. And S.
beleaguered Japanese-U.
to each house; that the votes or
learn to cooperate with Adolf Hitler in the relations have been in state. ..aid Joint Umolutlomi were enter :
rarely a worse upon their' respective Journalswith "Iiked"
event that Germany wins the battle of authorities the yean and nays thereonand
According to Nipponese they did determine and direr.
Britain. that the Raid Joint Resolutions beubmltted .
will her "Asia for Asiatics"policya
IW pursue to the electors of th,
His plan of ''appeasement" is just as policy which is about as cruel and November State at ,the 1940 leneral Election I Ir

'despicable morally as the suggestion that'. imperialistic as any in history-whether we GRAY NOW Secretary THEREFORE of State, of R thc A

,' the mayor of a town cooperate with a known like it or not. U. S. protests will not be State notice of that Florida a do hereby glv 4 jr,+

thief and robber who has somehow.. man- seriously considered. And say the Japanese fiKMKHAI, EI." CTIO'V'
will b. held In each county I Ii

aged to escape conviction and needs the sword-wavers, the Land of the Rising Sun Ingrthe firetTAMonday' InxNovember,

mayor's help in continuing his 'outrages. will go to war with us if necessary. So the A. D. 1940 the said Tuesday beln)

against society. far as Europe is concerned, Japan is solidlyin for FIFTH the ratification ny' 'OF or NOVRVRRH rejection: tir
o -
Too bad that Colonel Lindbergh should favor of German-Italian plans and the said Joint Resolutions propos.
In<< amendments to the Constltutloi
choose to identify himself with Communists, actions. of the State of Florida, via B

Bundists, and other Fifth Column influ American naval authorities have lately ing th.. Am..RR8CHUTION lld'S'llt of Section Propos.!2
of Article IX of the
ences in America by using the identical said that our navy could destroy the Jap- ConstitutionLAFFITOFFT ,

arguments for "peace" that these modern anese fleet in a few weeks in open warfare. r ae k
Benedict Arnolds have been mouthing for But, if we went to war in the Pacific, the I

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 adequatelyfight I '"

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

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

bravcness.: Ten short years ago Colonel why most authorities believe we will do v'F,H

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 1 .
O- the Dutch Indies. Moral pressure is aboutall ,7 '

Don't Ever Doubt Hitler we can afford to use right now-and \5c

Has Us In Ills Little Book moral pressure gets few results in the worldof ,

In the meanwhile, the pattern of Hit- today.If .
Uer's projected world revolution steadily becomes Britain is able to survive Hitler's I I Ice-cold Coca-Cola is a quali]
1 in I
; $ more clear. It is apparent to every- attacks, the picture will be drastically iuit put c/aZm,m t r Aeci/

kne (except those who stubbornly refuse to changed. The U. S, as a. democracy will not Saga La/fit Off. "And ,ii I i drink,-the familiar drink that rep

see) that this is not a war in the traditional fall if England falls-but the future of 10_'. fl,. CHECKJ" I / expenenc
THIS I. Important'h four of
'sense, in which Germany, if she wins, will democracy will be immeasurably brighter if .r.'. oar aim generations .

be satisfied with reparations and colonies England lives. And still there are Ameri- PROMPT.."/....?* o/ I Delicious in refreshing millions. Its clean r"
EVERY anRefreshing
And economic power. What the Nazis obviously cans who would deny her the use of a few aftsense"

,I' intend--despite their pious protes- idle destroyers 1 gling taste brings a delightful

tations to the contrary-is the completeand o- : a I ,
of real refreshment.
final destruction of the British Empire, "The day England is defeated the I y

which for hundreds of years has held the United States will become a second-rate ( GENERAL] P INTUR I

balance of power in Europe and a large partof power, its foreign trade completely under VOUHAVR. PAUSE THAT

the rest of the world. And followingthat Nazi control."-Otto D. Tolischus in "They PLEASE PHONr / BOTnm UNDER
AtrrHOR.1TY or TH it COOWOLA co. BY
if the Feuhrer's astoundingly frank Wanted War." STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

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The home of Tile Sweetest Strawberries This Side of heaven


1't Forget's Singing Starfa's PraisesPounding Guards Return Camp Blanding ContinuesTo

out lettersIn

Election the interest of Starke After OrdealOf

and Bradford Countyare Make The News :',

: Mrs
Evelyn Stephens

10 (seated) and Mrs. Mud And Dust ___ I'j,I
Jtember Olive Rumpel (stand- -

ing), secretaries: of the Black Widow Bites r Work At CampIs
"Glad To Be Back"Is New Roads
|Campaign Has Been recently reo r g a n Ized y Man At Camp
Are Starke 'Chamber of Unanimous
lSj Voters
Still Far
To Overlook It Opinion Of TraineesThe Are During the past week regular
Apt Tuesday the secretaries NecessaryTo routine of construction work at
it- drove to St. Augustine men and two officers '
you've forgotten Camp Blandlng has been>> broken
cane Tuesday. had an Interest- of Starke's Headquarters From Complete
city election by two mIshaps.
r a a Officers to be chosen: Ing 4-hour discussion of Detachment Second Battalion) Handle TrafficLowry On Tuesday of last week about

10. three aldermen. the Camp handing development 124th Infantry of the Florida Na- Pepper Requests
ayor and 4 o'clock In the afternoon. Bruce
with General tional Guard returned foot-sore
campaigning hassO Wants Direct Snell, a government Inspector Barracks InsteadOf
.election Vivian Collins '
adjutant and weary from Third Army ,
there Is some stationed the reservation, was I
that on
Route To JacksonvilleAnd
quiet general of the State of maneuvers Friday afternoon at Tents For Men
bitten by a black widow spider
voters .
r that ehtVital Florida. 4:20: o'clock."r'h e maneuverswere Road To Lawtey!
pot that running true to form was
to the "All we know la what we read
going and if Among facts e s held this year at Camp in old lumber
lacking lurking some
have been I i t a e- A road from In the papers"
brought back were: p e 1 Bcauregard in Louisiana and direct Camp '
UtloneeUng has been goings The new deadline for a' e 4 *? "i, ens ?)# lasted from August 4 throughlast Blanding into Jacksonville the brought to Blandlng from ex- Thus did engineers, directly
the t. Foster
been strictly on q. troops to occupy Bland- ) t4 a at //4 Saturday-three weeks, and speeding up of Road 68 from Camp connected with "construction work

P. smith and N. D. Wain- Ing Is November 15. ,j R 'sr s1 approximately 74,000 Guardsmen Keystone Heights to Jacksonville A short while after being bitten now going on at Camp Blandlng, 111

it t, Jr, are tight the They might be there !+ gr Ma Asti e I and regular Army troops part! 'and a hardaurfaced road from Snell became violently III. reply to the Telegraph this week '

mayor, which be- earlier but should not 1 !e'a" 1 I cipated in the training. I Klngsley: Lake to Lawtey are having several convulsions, and when asked If they had any "in k
Important office .a I three projects now being urgedby was carried to a Jacksonville side Information" on exactly
a very be any later than tlfat.{ i f et'y teb'r w I First Lieutenant T. T. Long I
ed with the responsibility Starke has been 1 +* R I commanding officer of the local I Brigadier-General Sumter L.Lowry. hospital for treatment Although ,' when troops will begin to arriveat
order In the bite of. the black widow, most
law and for military
the new development
aintalnlng designated the official I company stated that the "man
near poisonous of all U. S. spiders Is
e after Camp shipping point and mailIng t 'euvers were a 'success in what I He emphasIzed the need of amore training.
fig occupied by 40,000 men. I address for the e they attempted to attain. It was I direct route between. Jacksonville I frequently fatal, Snell survivedthe "Almost every flay the papers
ordeal and was able to return -
Lee aldermen will be chosen Camp. Troops will entrain hard on the men but they quickly I and the Blandlng area by I II work carry some statement from Washington
to Monday.
T among the four candidateshave i and detrain here. I became accustomed to missing a I I the time the Government puts concerning Blending, but

announced: H. A. The men will be in charge of 2,010 officers, of whom 1,500 are meal occasionally and sleeping on I 40,000 men in the new reserva Incident No. 2 occurred Monday we have not been officially notified

p, L. A. Canova Don L. I' married and will want to bring their families to this vicinity. Vacant the ground with sometimes only tion. afternoon when a freak of any definite date for the

Kt, and S. E. Sparks. The houses within a radius of 40 miles will be in demand. a rain coat. I Road 68, General Lowry explained whirlwind tore away the top used ofa men to arrive or how many' to

[ three named are memberse The Starke boarded the will run from Gold Head large shelter tent being expect." the spokesman continued.In .
Another road from Starke to Blanding will be an absolute necessity near the site of the sewage disposal -
present time. to take care of traffic. The route straight out Call Street \special main to' the encampment Branch Park to Mlddleburg con plant, now under construc the meanwhile constructionwork
Smith stated this week after 4. necting with the old Orange Park at Blanding la continuing'at
j shortly noon on Aug.
p around the south and east sides of Kingsley Lake Is being pushed. I tion. The wind also lifted some but la still far ,
I be was "drafted" by friends I arrived Monday night Aug. 5, In road. It will shorten the distance a rapid pace "?
If and when the conscription bill passes the Blanding area will water right out of a wheelbarrowthat oiI1 I I1"'pl"'r
andhe from complete.
I candidate for mayor time to get In on the tall end of from Blanding to Jacksonville
was doing nothing to pro- be leased to the government for a period of 5 years. the disastrous Louisiana storm I to 32 miles. WRit standing near by. There until Protests. Tent S4:&1 PoI

T his election. "I told them IU't that took several lives and caused He went further however and was very little whirlwind breeze up in Here are a few' things included ',
the time the put '
run" he said, "but they damage Into the millions of dol urged an entirely new highway said. In the "what we read In the 1

1 ahead and put me up any. FHA Will Insure Corner Lot Sold lars.'! The little company from from Blanding straight Into Jacksonville \ ita appearance the men papers" concerning Blandlng during

It was a great surprise to Starke detraIned'' at a community which he said would the past week:

khen I saw my name on the named Brlnghurst, walked two shorten the distance to 27 miles. Rotarians Want From Senator Claude Pepper'soffice I

10 Homes Here For $2,000New miles to the concentration area.. The General also advocates came the following dispatch :

Ifter they went this far. IIt On the train trip to Louisiana construction of a hard road, from : Florida will have the )

want to turn them down "everybody and his brother" had Lawtey to Blandlng., Action On DraftPass Although In the nation ,
To Owner.Will second largest camp
Agency Willing taking'pictures of
stand. a camera any- .
I let name .
I to my I In the meanwhile, citizens of for the training of National
[ver, I am not making any Cooperate In Housing Erect Restaurant, and everything the boys 'said Starke are beginning to busy Guard and Regular Army troop 'I"I'

lalgn or doing anything else Shortage, Parrish- Says It Is Planned on their return-and themselves with thoughts of a Resolution under the present expansion program 1"
stack of films to back the
mote my election. Itate-1 new hard road from Starke to Endorsing Compulsory Senator Pepper announced j i

Chamber of Commerce memo Most important real estate ment. BlandIng. The desired highway Military Training .that early this week a proy i

lung Men Urged bers meeting In the Woman's transfer since the Camp Blandlng I i The first two or three would run straight east as a teat will be registered by Southern

Club last Friday night heard "boom" started here recently was i encampment were spent getting continuation of Call Street and Members of the Starke' Rotary Senators against the use, of

Register For Camp Horace LC: Smith secetary of theOcala' the sale last week by L. A. Davis settled, acquainted, and assigned .would circle the 'aouth and easttides Club unanimously adopted a resolution tent to house the 39,400 troops

Chamber; and' M.M.. Par' of.a SO-foot square lot at the I I to duties amidst"'the mud and of Klngsley Lake. "' Wednesday declaring' them* scheduled to stationed at' Camp't,

jjeuteiuuit Telfair 'T.:, 'Long, rlsh atate administrator of the ,northwest corner of Walnut St.. rain. It was-no trouble to keep I It la generally acknowledgedthat selves In fa'vor o f 'compulsory Standing, near Staike and, other I

andlnj? Officer of the Na. Federal Housing Administration :and Madison Ave., to .JLm"Forest" clean however for there were Road 48 would be totally military training, and'* urging Southern camps

I Guard Headquarters De. discuss matters of Interest to a of Daytona Beach. Amount of 500 shower baths. : Inadequate to take care of traffic Congress "to quit talking and do } "Only Camp Shelby. Mississippi,

tnt here, this week urged growing community, such a s the consideration was reported at I I The second through the fifth : between Blandlng and Starke something about It," with 41.850 troops will be larger"

|young men of Starke and Starke expects to be following In $2,000. days of training were maneuvers) If 40,000 men are placed In the The resolution was passed after Senator Pepper said "and :this

ord County Interested In ob- the wake of the occupany of I It Is stated that Mr. Forest. by the individual companies, followed camp area. l.. L. Matthews stated he had too will be a tent camp as will

g;the year of training which Camp Blandlng. plans to use the property for the by several days of battalion been requested by the Military smaller Southern Camps to' be

National Guard Is expectedgin Mr. Parrish reviewed conditions construction of a large restau- maneuvers. During these Training Camps Association to located at Fort Clark, Texas;

loon, to see him perlly under which FHA loans are times the men hiked or walked Still Wrangle form a local committee for the Fort McClellan. Alabama; Camp {

at the Armory In Starke. granted and stated that around rant.The deal was handled through around in the woods and were purpose of helping to expeditethe Jackson, South Crotlna; Fort Sill.

'nofficlally. I expect that this 18 mortgages have already been Frank C. Holllngsworth realtor. captured by two enemies, poison national defense program Oklahoma, and Camp Robinson.

nliatlon the( National Guard) Insured in Starke by the agency. Home Changes Hands oak and poison Ivy. JimmIe; Over Race FundBond through pressure of public opin- Arkansas." It was stated that
be mobilized and sent toP stated that this community Sewell and Al Kay Carlisle were Ion Rotarians were Invited to round 20,000 men will be stationed

Blanding by October first He well as in the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren j particularly hami hit, by the become members of the committee I at each of the camps except -
fared any
has as
Ifieenth," Lt. Long said.: "'Any basis. this week sold their home on poisonous leaves and i everyone Trustees Lose Blandlng. in Florida and

X man," he continued. "Who state on a per capita Church St., to Dr. J. W. Brown- I was generously supplied with red Out In Fight For Elmo Struth, technical sergeant Shelby in Mississippi, both twice

thin the age limits 18 to 31. "The FHA is not an emergency,' lee, who plans to use it for rental I bugs.. L. H. Harper was stung with the local National Guard as large. "In view of the fact

1 to physically fit and other. housing agency" Mr. Parrish purposes Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ion the left eye by''a beethiswas Slice Of State MoneyThe Company, was present and gavean that all of the other camps will

i qualified and would like to 'said "but we will be glad to cooperate -I will move to the State Farm, a real casualty aa Hrperwas Interesting account of the recent -I be what are known aa Cantonments

this year of training laI : with you to the extent where Mr. Warren Is employed. "out of the games" for several County Commissioners during three-week's maneuvers in which call for the con- '

d I to come by the Armory and I:we deem advisable in a community Buys Lot-Will Build days as a result. a special meeting Tuesday Louisiana struction of barracks and other I
stated Aug. 13, "washed their hands"of
I with me. I will appreciate I I of this size. Millard Judd recently purchased Following the battalion maneuvers buildings" Bald the Senator, "I
a long standing controversy
I that at the present time the I II Street regiments -' discussed with several Southd
in Insuring a lot on Lafayette even larger groups between the Board of County Bank Not Open Monday have
I I agency felt' justified J. just trained as one unit. Senators the need for similar
xithough our company Is housesIn from Mrs. W. Epperson were Bond Trustees and the School em
ten mortgages for rental I of three bat The Florida Bank at Starke In the South. We
us at present (20 men and west of the Epperson home. Mr. A regiment consists Board regarding a "three way"dIvIsIon construction ;
officers) we will probably the $2.500 to $3,000 price be Judd plans to build but might talions. By this time the storm' of Bradford's share of will not be open, for business next agree that vigorous protest should i

some vacancies when the range if individuals could 10 not begin construction for several I period had passed! although the the Race Track Fund Monday, which Is Labor Day a be registered."The .

mobilization\ occurs, as found to put up the necessary months. area remained muddy to such an _Last when the money.three legal holiday In the State of designation of these
percent of combined cost of house claimed the year Florida according to S. L. Peek for tent Is
d men and men with de- extent that the boy boards were making annual budgets ) southern areas camps
nla and approximately $500. should have had lyrics Jr., cashier. Continued on eight)
will be permitted to re-, Sheriff Warns old song the Commissioners and the ( page
Lt. Long continued. "We would prefer that these about "LouIsiana Mud" not School
Board Trustees
houses be built In a group," Mr. Drunken Drivers Mud." gave She's Ready
t "Mississippi
was pointed out that the have $2,000 each to enable the latterto Paving, Sewage
of training is a splendid op- Parrish said "for we Beginning August 16 the highlight carry on county road and '
lty for young men to build learned that, Army people, such "Those! who drink better not of the encampment got bridge 'maIntenance. May Be Speeded

ives up physically to learn I u you expect from Camp Bland : drive." under way the actual war At budget time this year a Recently a committee from
I the blunt warning -
modern methods of warfare are clannish and like to live I This was games. The troops were divided committee from the Trustees ap the Starke Chamber Commerce ",
lng Sheriff A. O. '
hue be ready to defend their I yesterday by Into two army of about 34,000 peared before the School Board called on State WPA Administrator ..
of orders
and country, and at the close together. Andreu as the result I II' : men each with one army (the and the Commissioners to ask if Roy Schroder in Jacksonville.
for strict
time to earn money, as a I Mr. Smith gave an !Inspiring 'I'from Governor Cone I "Blues") defending a certain : the action of last year would be Object: To see If it I I. possible

onal Gurdaman's pay runs "pep talk"* on the value of a I enforcement of highway safety I'ridge and the other army (the I continued. The Commissioners to push Starke's sewage and paving .

\per! day (If a bill before Chamber of Commerce to the Jaws. "Reds") attempting to take this readily consented, again appropriating project under the starting;
pees! passes) for a private community. He stated that anyone "Those drunk who Insist will upon be arrested I I ridge. The "war" took place 20 '$2.000 for the Trustees. The line by tying It In as an emerg-

12.80 for technical sargeanta. In while miles from the concentration School Board, however claimed a J ency project under the National
willing to take part can catch them
not time we
every where the men normally
entirely possible for men to area restricted budget and turned theTrustees Defense program.
Promotions In rank In the building up his home town should and will be charged with driving stayed and all except the motor down cold.. Administrator Schroder waa

,Goal Guard. get on the train and "check out." under the "Influence of intoxicating said. ized division walked an averageof The Trustees requested the encouraging; said such a move 1
The meeting was presided over liquor Cone Sheriff threatened "dras. 50 miles under light pack during 'Commission to intercede with the was entirely possible; suggested
Governor the war maneuver which School Board in the Trustees behalf that the Chamber of Commerce t
ores To Closer B. Herlong presidentof officials I
by Dr. action"against public
lasted four days to August 20 I I and a joint meeting was s write Senators, Representatives
Labor Day the local organization. who "fall to cooperate" In enforcement The Guards from Starke were held to thin effect last month. and other big shots Interested In

of the highway safety In the defending "Blue" force I The School Board reaffirmed Its ( the development of Camp

or the first time In many Clay CooperativeGets laws.He to sheriffs county i and the regular Army troops I I stand and waa requested by the zjiaO tog, urging that this Bland'l'l

Labor Day will be a MoneyRural wrote of the I made up part of the attacking Commission not to Include 2.000 put on the preferred Hat
More peace.
Ie" holiday for Starke bus judges justices and forces. Neither army fully accomplished in Its budget pending settlement emergency 'measure. The WPA 4

'l1en: and their employes. A AdmIni- judges of criminal courts Its objective aa the of the matter will "open up" again for new i I

Electrification attorneys urging
''on circulated this week by has advised Congressman county prosecuting and "whole Reds over-ran a portion of the However, at their meeting last projects around September 10,

**al! A. L. Alvarez was strator Slattery Green of Starke that he vigorous cooperation"action In safety I ridge but could not take the I week the Commissioners faced the Mr. Schroder said.

by practically every lead- an additional $25- hearted to "save human larger part of It. On August 19 following resolution from the -- 'free Chamber of Commerce members ..
merchant In town. had approved for REA Cooperative I laws"enforcement the men were served turkey-all School Board: argued that new paving and
ff the OOOOO allocation life. could eat. "Whereas after due application '".1" for Starke will Indeed be
past two or three Florida Clay 14, locatedat He especially urged action they .. sewage
? Starke firms have been ob- Heights. drunken driver because On the afternoon of the 20th of all funds It now appears ,; "P. 'emergency"' measures if the development ,d. '
">g Keystone against "the doubtful the full _.... Blanding a
only a half-holiday on the 32 of most the men moved back to the concentration whether eight -.... -, ..' at Camp
build Is the cause
will that
Monday In September. This allotment* highways. area and were paid off months school term can be had. \ Y' ,' ,,;,'. causes the overnight growth that

miles of line In Clay Columbia Alachua. of. .the."accidents on our for the maneuver period which and whereas. If $2,000, or any I .- ---...- Is generally expected here.
tiding Union. Putnam and until midnight last other part of the race track
Permits Up I Counties and serve 108 members. Included .up monies accruing to this Board As soon as the heard that th Recruiting For NavyA

'act beginning of 1940 Starke Representative Green who I.a la Bryant At Mayo Clinic Saturday.On Thursday of last week the Is paId' to the Board of Bond Senate passed the conscrlptloi
made advocate of REA expressed I Trustees of this. county the school bill Wednesday, "Sister" Brown temporary U. S. Navy recruiting 1
mt273 strong at Bring-
entrained again
dine worth of |' himself as being pleased w E. Bryant, owner of troops term will be further restricted 4-year-old daughter of Mr. an<( station will be open In
Panslon. 6:30 o'clock A. M. '
taken figures families in his Bryant's Cafe last Saturday'left.with hunt at be It resolved by Mrs. M. F. Brown borrowed i. the Gainesville po office building t'
from additional now, therefore
the that the following day
t Collector office| of City will have the benefit of Mrs. Bryant for Mayo Clinicat were home the rails of "the Board of Public Instructionof rifle and a pair of pilot's goggle from September 4 through September
Carl district over k
Johns who he after travelling
where .
e Rochester Minnesota 0 6 for the of Interviewing -
the He said that of Bradford, State and went right' to drilling.
record rural electrification. different railroad companies.The the County f,+
to the end five
Jul r Several UP 14 Cooperative has !Is under-going; 8. health check-up. Of Florida that the resolution course It's hardly likely that sh e applicant for enlistN k
Florida Clay during
lie persons he says $576- Josephine MillIgan, who was left men were so busy will be called on the first draft: ment. Men must be. between 18
to all together 26 1939. and "
appearing -
received dldn.teven adopted May
t building apply) loon for Au' now the building of 666 In charge of the cafe said he Intends the encampment they on 277 of the mIn- but then It's best to be prepared"Sister" I, and 31, unmarried, and physically '
permIts-that many 00000 for remain there at least find time to hold Kangaroo page "

1111t0Uld have hadgithem al- mites of line throughout that area two weeks to and probably longer. (Continued on page.eight) (Continued on page eight) says. fit. -- f

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Bob Jones NOTICE 21 40 W. C. demons I.U All Blk 11. Town of Law-
NEW of SEU' 35 S ..:. tey W of Ry S3 I U
H of NW Cor Laws, .
Beg-1-50 ft
of of NEW A run All Blk 12. Town of Law- Rill, ..
HWW tey W of Ry 23 II U "Illi
8 269.8 ft.E1434fttoright n.
Comments On Here Notice la hereby given that the following described lands, or HO much of way, thenr Lot 3 of Blk 22 Town of A, D1ahh..'....
thereof an will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes of 1934 Northerly 3187 ft, W L..wtW of Ry 23 5 22 0

s-: :! ; And Hereafter herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and 1252 ft to beg In SH 21 8 Maud Wainwright 2.77Com Lot 4 of Blk 23. Town of J. Phllllpt
d: .I a advertising. will be Hold at public auction on Monday the 2nd day ofI''p..mn..r of NE'/',, 36 5 Lawtey W of Ry 23 5 22
(, A. D. 1940 at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the Courthouse at NW Springs 4 O. J.
Lot X 4. 5,6ofBIk2/ Phllllpt
r "It would be an unspeakable A ,
door the County of Bradford In the City of Starke: State of Florida. of Hellbronn A Lot. 3. 4 of Blk 25.
., r Britain to be run N 130 ft. E 440 ft. Wof
tragedy for Great Tames (J 110 ft. W 440 ft to Town of Lawtey

t, i defeated In the present war." ......rlptJ.... See.8V4 T nt A Owaer Costs beg at right angle toand Ry S3 S 22
na \ of SWVi IS 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. 9.27 parallel with pub- Com 75ft N from 8E Cor YOUhlf,
That la the Idea of a missionary All of BE'S f111ver lic road ex I Lot In of Hotel Lot & run W
SH: NW Cor of same 65 ft 75 ft N 75 ft, E 75
26 8 19 20 Empire Lumber Co. 3.96
a j; i from Africa whom it was the N A 8 by 150 ft E AEH 3.94 ft. 8176 ft to pt of bear.
Y ; NWViSH II 8 19 160 Empire Lumber Co. 1806 w 18 5 21 Maude WalnwrlghtMaude Town of Lawtey W

k,;.' privilege of the writer to meet at! of SE'1 7 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. 9 27 of Lots 7. 8. 9. of Ry fEE S 22

a Bible Conference recently. According 8', of SB" 2 7 19 80 Geneva Harrell 11." Blk 3 A E14 of Lot. 11. Com 34 ft 8 from SE Cor \Maude. Walnarlek| |
4 & Lots 1. Lot & W
NEW;) of NV/M..A' Fracl 11 of Blk of Hotel run
g l to this missionary, there NWVi "of" NNV'Vi 2SBVi 7.. 60 T. B. Edward. 6.10 2. II, 12 of Blk 7 A 40 ft. 8 21 ft. E 40 ft.
all Blk 8 ex Lots 3, 10 N 21 ft to pt of bear.
.. ,; t o-' are 27,600 Protestant Missionaries I of SEW &NEy of'IfEH / 7 19 40 Lloyd Barry 2.38 in Hellbronn Spttngs 36 S 21B Walnwrlcht 2.28 Town. of Lawtey. W ofCom
of NWV
Int In Lot
half und 23
';r r h in the world and 12,400 of' HWy: A HWVi .,f 8EVi 10 7 19 16t Empire Lumber Co 18.36 1. 2 ft WH of Lot 65 ft S from SB Cor B 22 Emma P, Rill,

WV4 of NW'4.of NEY. 11 I II 20 Geneva Harrell 4.11 II. 12 of Blk 4 in Hell- of Hotel Lot & W
+ them work under the British flag. HWU, of HWVi 11 40 Lloyd Barry 3.66 bronn rings 36NWW 31 Maude Wainwright 1.81 100 8 104 ft E 100
I' S of NE ft E't of at8p 21 40 Mrs. Maggie demon 8.1I1f ft. ,
r J 1 6
t t7i s rP,11 ; I There are 1,500 working under' NW1,4, 11 7 19 160 Mr. Bula Harrell 10.41NWV4of8W'4&W10A All NEW NW N of, road 2 6 21 167 Mr. Annie R. Alvarei a..8 I INE ft beg, N Town 104 ft of to Lawtey pt of

,4 ; the French flag and only 15: 12.7 19 8H, of 8EV' "f NWW &: 14.37.. bef Ry 23 5 22
of NEW of SWV: 60 A. A. Edward 6.10 3 6 21 60 W. R. Strickland Mra
: % of SWW 1 Lot 27 ft N & 100 W. E.
under the Italian flag. I have not I SKVi A EH\ of W% NEEY.a ot Sby 7ora,
BEyeof I ft E A W & aide
i 12NWVi 7 1* 120 Empire Lumber Co. 13.96 NW 14. 4 6 21 160 ]',f. C. Rosier' 2690
ft Bounded N
of Ktate
19J. checked the figures, but I am of 8E'E 3-4 NV4. of NWW of NWVi 5SH 6 21 20 Bessie Carter 26 ,
by Torode Lot 8 by
of NEW of HWy\ ASEW 2 Pollle Power* 2.63
of NWVi 5 6 21 ,
of NW'
dined to think that,, the of SWV A E 23 A { Oeo. F. Young!! Town of
of BWVi: of HWy 13 7 19 133 Guy J. Harrell 11.01 NEW of NEVi A Lot 65 W of Ry 23 6 23S M"
ligent missionary who gave SEW' of HEW A EH OfHWW NEW A NWY. A WHof < 6 21 360 J. W. Townsend 30.46 1 t N & 8 by 100 Hattie Kohl,,

to knows what he is of HEW 1 6 10 60 Mr.. S. N.. John, Jr. 1.80 SWW ft E & W on W Ride of
me, w of SWW of NEW ex
Com at NW Cor of NWVI ; State St. Bounded N by
about. of A run E 144 6 A A e't of SEWof Noland Lot A 8 by
: NWW NWVi 6 A 10 6 21 80 Wm. Thoma. 1.73
"; England like all other nations 2.3 yds. B 660 yd., W SH, of SEW 10 6 21 10 Mr. Inca Kelley 22 Theda Lot. Town of
146 2-3 yd*. N. 660 6 21 20 Alex L. Bar lie* .9' Lawtey W of fly83 22 0("
of of SEW 11SWW l> F,
has biota on her record and has yd* to beg" 1 a 20 20 Ida Moody 3.83 EH of NEW NW 41 11SEVi g 21 40 Empire Lumber Co. 371 Com 246 ft S of NW Cor Young

4 : as other nations, been guilty of SIC'of NEV.!. A Com at \ of NWW' A NEW of of tot3&runB 120
NE Cor of SEV.A ft for a pt of bear,
NEoot 12 8 21 80 Josephine Edward. 1709
w ,p' many sins in Gods sight but run 8 Cor HWW, 12 8 21 40 Alex 1... Barnes 1.29 thence run B 60 ft, S
y ,. England has stood for many thence W on Sec line NWW of NWof SWV! NEW ANEW 100 ft. W 60 ft, N 100
E% of
995 ft thence Northerly I ft to pt of bear, Townof
6 21 80 Unknown 892
1 friend of of KW of Ni': 14
a missionary
years to Mi Sec line 610 14 6 21 *0 Floyd Crosby. 1.29 Lawtey E of Ry..
work and has stressed the value: ft W of beg, thence E NWW of NWV 22 g 21 49 B. M. McKae 1.29 Seen 23-24-25 CorBA S 22S D C
to pt of beg" 2 6 20 88 Ida J., Merritt 4.23 NWW SEVi Com 210 ft K of SW Matti. Rrt
of Coda Word. When the writer I NH of SB'4' of NWW ftNH NWW\ of NW, A WW of of Lot 10ArunN210
22. 21 60 J. R. Hall 1.80
was touring thE British Isles, he of NEV. of 8WV. 11 6 20 40 E. A. A Mabel Sapp 4.02 I EH'NEW of\ of NWW A SWW ofNWV. ft. K 105 ftt 8 210 ft,

found of God's Word writ- SEVi' of SWV. ft SH .. NWVi 29! 6 21 120 J. E. Brown 4.86 W 10B ft to beg or Lot
1 parts of NEW of HWVi A all IOC. Town of Lawtey.
ten in public buildings and many HWVi of SBVi 8 of I Bear NW at SE Cor of NWW 4 B, of Ry In Sec 23Lt4n -
of % of HWVi\ Sec
It 8 20
Branch 80 E. A. Sapp 261 28 22
other "The Lord knoweth A N 88 degree W Unknown
q places. NWVi' of A all E% : run Sub Dlv ex Lot

them that are His," was enisled of SBVi SEW of public 735 370 ft to ft Sec to NW line Cor thenceN ofNW' 1, Town of Lawtey E
i road A all SWVi of of Ry In Sees 28-24-25 28NV S 23
tomb of the unknown E L.
on the HEyt.. N of Mill Branch 11 6 20 70 Mr. J. P. Dowllng-. 249 of SWW thence > of Lot 15. Town of H. Haizaril
660 ft S 660 ft -to beg
t ,
soldier. After reading the ad All EH of NE'4 E of
.. ... ex I A on N aide A ..x ____ t Lawtey E of Ry In Sec ..
Flfunfh tl.! SO Lord -- -- -- n n. .u .w ''' ..
dress delivered recently by All \v'of NW4! N of I 3.. A In NE Cor C 7 21 It w.r"a4" 5.37 Lot D U I... H Razzard
20 ex l' Lot 100 ft
Halifax. I found myself praying "graded road 11.48 A II 8 18 11 Unknown 1.84 Elk 40 In Sampson City NASby 400 ft Ek
NI'4:' of SWy4 1:1: 8 20 40 Carrie T. Dowling et al 4.at & I A E of 81k 40
with tears In eyes for Eng- I In W In NW Cor. Townof
my of of
fI'I of 11 8 20 40 J. O. Turn.r. 101 4.81NE"f
% 8Wy4 et -
I. Lawtey E of Ry in
4 'I II Mary C. PlUard
far the SWye a.87
_ land. There has, as as of NE eX 2 A In11W Seen 23-24-2A 28 5 U
tAe Lot 3 of Elk 12 Sampson lllre. Annie
I of Lou
writer knows, never been a more Cor NWy4 Unknown Lot 26 ex W 65 ft. Townof Cal
City 4 7 II I.u
1 NEy4 ex: : I A In SE Cor" 8 20 'IS E. A. flapI' 1.38 Lawtey E of Ry in
Christian address given by a 8Wy4 of 8W1,4, 15 8 10 40 Empire Lumber Co. 3,12NEyE Wof 4Eyf 8'4 of SWI' 4 Malinda In Sec 232425Lot 18 5 U
5 7 II Prldceon 3.89 Mrs. E. R.
of NE a awl' Namn
statesman In any country at any 87 Town .of Lawtey.
7 A S
en side of BE44of .
of N1:44! 21 6 20 80 Empire Lumber Co. 'I.U of
time in the history of the world. SEy4 ot NF. a 804! 21 6 10 100 loin. D. W. Kelley. 210.41 NWy4! HI 'I II 'I T. N. Kendrick 2.84NE14 E 24-25 Ry In Sec 13-
IS 5
10 U
HE ot Il 8 20 40 ltu..u of of NE ; 18 7 II Unknown 1.54 L. l-l. Rill
In lands % MWy. Grady 1.29E'rla
I have traveled many Lots
30. 21. 32 Town of
\ of of
NE\o' NWV, A NWy4 .
of BEye n 8 10 8t R. S. Johns ".n .
i and in America I have many personal Ny4 II 4 20 160 ltrr. D. W. Kelley 18.80 NW y4 of NE'4' 18 7 It SO Unknown 8.20 Lawtey E of Ry In
from and Lets 4. 5 of Blk It New N.... ot' flE% of NE4! 18 'I It 20 Unknown 1.13 Sec 23-24-25 28 5 U M. F. Brown
3 friends Germany River 23-1& 6 20 E. A. &: Mabel B..pp 1.84 NI1a of NWy of SW4! 17 'I 21 20 Unknown 1.08 NH of Lot. 33. Town of
from other countries, but I can Lot 1 of Blk lIS New W14 of W"4 of NEV. & Lawtey B of Ry In

1 help feeling that It would be River 13.14 I 20 E. A.' & Mab.l Sapp 1.84 Ef 10 A or NWY. 20 'I It 50 Unknown a.92 Sec 23-24-25 28 5 23 Emma P. Hill
not NWy4 of NWI4 IS 8 20 40 R. 8. Johna 8.911 flE1,4, If NE4! 20 7 21 40 Empire Lumber Co 8.71 Lot. 60, lOA Town of
to the best Interest of even Ger- NW"'". of NWy & 844 Eye\ of RW'A of NWI' & Lawtey E of Ry In

many for England to win this NW 127 8 10 120 Mr.. D. W. Kelley 17.03 NE of SWy4 21 7 It 80 F. T. Abernathy I.ao Sec 23-24-25 28 II U C. H Kettlra
E'y. of NE% IS 6 20 80 Mn. D. W. Kelley 11.35 SE% of Sfo1'4 22 7 2l 40 Unknown 8.71 Lot RI'lltotll3ln: .J5.C 58
war. I have a feeling that this NWyI of NE% III 6 21) 40 Orady'' MlnU 1.211 NEy4 of SW'4' ex road 24 7 21 88 T. B. Cornelison 3.78

baptism of blood may drive Eng- iii 2S A of Lot 11 11 6 20 26 H. H. Green Jr. 2 &7NV4 N'rla ot N" of NWy4 ex of Lot 54, 210 ft NAS
of Lot IS 31 6 2t 40 Mrs. L. A. Green 4.31SWye JoJ 15 ft 8. ex 6 A lake 25 'I 21 14 U. D. Dyal 4.08 by 105 ft E A W, Townof
land to her knees and that out or SWy sa 6 20 40 Mn. L. A. lr..n 4.31 All NEy4 of NW E Of211 Lawtey E of Ry In

of all the horror and tragedy of L RE'A, of SEy4 U 6 20 40 T. M. Steph.ne 8.u road 7t1: 21 Mrs O. A. Dllbuy 8.20 Sees 23-24-25 28 5 2Z O. H. Pearte
E"I" of NE\4\ & NEyeofBEye I NE'4' of NWI.\ 38 7 2l 40 Emma Mu..hlenhardt 11.85 NH of Lot. 57, Town of
suffering there may come world- :\ n 6 20 120 T. M. St.ph.na n.43 Lots 3, 4 or 10 A In NEy4 Lawtey E of Ry In

wide revival. God knows best. SF.'/. or 32 6 20 40 Earl Green 4.318W4 1 of NEy4 1 II 22 10 L. H. Hili 2.121 Seen. 23-24-25 28 II U. Emma P. Hill
f E'rla of Lot II & all Lot" Lot 58, 60, 63 Town of
__of 8Wtiv U 6 20 40 L. R. Green 4.31All
He has made of one blood all I .
W% % ofSWy4 f'J.o& W44ofLot18 Lawtey B of Ry In
nations of men who dwell on they It of road 38 6 21) 15 T. M. St..phen. 1.88 I 10 II 2t 80 frs. Ter..sa Decker '1.18 Sees 21-24-25 21 5 23 !\IrA. E. R. Harmon

earth but He has fixed the RE'4 ot Nl.y4 aa 6 20 40 Eliza Wilson Est >9.28> Ey4 of Lot J2 In Wood- Lot 62 Town of Lawtey
W NE'k N'y' of lawn 10 II 22 II Mary Silvia 2.80 E of Ry in Sec 23-

bounds of their habitation. 1 ilw'I. & NW'of 8Ey4 33 6 10 200 T. 51. St.ph.n. 18.43 Lot. 19, 20, 28, 29. 30 In 24-25 26 5 II OeD. J. White
the out. N44 of SWye & Soy of Woodlawn 10 II 22 110 Unknown 'I.U NH of Lot 1 ft all Lot
However war turns we
NW14 as 6 10 180 T. M. St.ph.n. 14.03 Lots a5. 38 In Woodlawn 10 6 22 20 Unknown 2.50 8 ex 8 205 ft of Lot 6,
Christians have nothing to fear. I' RJoJ4! 14 '6 2t 180 Lawrence Wiggins 13.52 Lot., 44, 47, 48 In Wood- Ott. Sub-DIv E Lawtey. 1. l-J. Rill

"Our citizenship .Is In heaven." NE'4' 14 8 21) 180 Walter 'VIII. 18.73 lawn to II U 30 Unknown 4.111 Lot. 10, 11. Otts Sub-Dly
NWy4 2 7 20 180 Lawrence Wiggins 18.08 Loa I. 2, 3, 4 Wby of E Lawtey Unknown
We shall be safe If all nations I N1:4: eX 1'.1' U A II 'I 20 138 I;. J. & Katie Hasen 10.11 Lots 6. 8 & all 9, 10. Com at NE Cor of NWW .'

are destroyed. "The foundationsof NWy. of 8r.4: II 7 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. 4.85 11. 12. 13. 14, 15. 16, of NWW Sec 24 A runS
i NE% of NWyi II 'I 20 40 H. H. Oreen .Ir, a.35 17. III, 20, 21. U. 24, to land of L. H. Hill e
God standeth sure for the Loot. 6. 9. 10 8 'I 20 840 R. B. .Daulereon 17.14 25. 28, 27 In Woodlawn thence W on line O[

r, Lord knoweth them that are His." i Lots II. U 8 'I 20 180 R. B..R"ul.reon 14.114 A W'rla of NEy4 of frEV It II U 140 L. H. Hili' J8.n said land 760 ft, ft! ov', ,
: Lots 1. I 7 7 10 110 C. L. Atkinson 14.114 I Lot. 2'. 11 In Woodlawn ft W 11110 ft. N 1000 ft.
It may be that we are really as IAin SECurofLotii : 11 II U 20 Unknown 3.48 E 489 ft, thence North- .

many Bible scholars believe in & 1.3AinSWCoeof Lot U In Woodlawn Il II 22 10 unknown I.U erly 1000 ft, E 186 ft to
I.ot U 7 'I 20 2 0 W. Barry 1.29 Lot 42 In Woodlanw 11 II 23 10 UOIO. Weeks 1.83 beg 23-24 5 22 20 Mrs. E. a H.rmo
the clone of the age. England 8E'4 of 8f4 .x road a 'I 20 40 Mre. LUlie Conee 4.31 Lot III In Woodlawn Il II 22 10 Paul Engle 2.50 Com at a pt on Ry" where

may go down. Germany and NN of NM &. SW'4 of Lot 33 In Wondl..wn 11 II 22 10 Unknown 1.82 B A W line of (See' 23 \
E AI.o that portion Lola 118, 119, 80 In Wood- crosses A run N on Ry
Italy may come out victorious. .f toIE'4 of NW1,4 E of lawn It II 23 30 Unknown 4,83 960 ft, to road running;

Jesus may soon come back to rn..dbout I A I 7 20 113 C. C. Melvin 11.01 Lota 48, 117 In Woodlawn II II 23 10 J. T. Munde 316 East from Ry. thence E
NWy .x I A In SE Car NEy4 of Nli1'4' 12 II 22 40 L. H. Hill 4.63 at right angle to Ry
receive His own. No one can & NEy4 of aWl' .x 1 A Ly, for BWyoof NE : 1440 ft to a pt of bear

a know positively what will be ,the In HE Cor 8 7 10 US Mu. Alma Shaw 113.40 % 4 thence N parallel to Ry

4 outcome of the struggle. 1 A In 8M Cor or NE'4 SI'4 of NWyd & WyW 840 ft, thence E at
present of 8Wy4 a 7 10 1 Mrs. a. W. Sapp 4.82 of 'W\4 of SEV4 II 15 22 90 Unknown 11.117 right angle 1050 ft.
I We Christians walk by faith I..ot a of Blk I Ward City. I 7 20 Mr.. L. A. Green 2.88 WyW of I'IE'4' of Nav; II 5 22 10 H. W. Havlltan< 818 thence 8 parallel with

and not by night. We do not Lots a. 4 of Blk a Ward 8F.\4\ of IF.ye of NEV4 12 Ii 22 10 Unknown 1.83 Ry 840 ft, thence W at
4 City a 7 10 n. B. Crosby 11.118 S'4 of SW'4' of SWy4 12 Ii 22 10 Unknown l.sa right angles 1060 ft to
ask to see. The world says seeIng Lola U, 23, U of Elk a NEof 8WI' & NWy4 of beg 24 5 23 20 Emma P. Hill

Is believing. To Christianabelieving Ward CIty I 7 10 Mr.. Minnie E. Hann 11.711 S\o\4 II II 22 80 Unknown 891 NEW of NWW of NEW,
I Lot 10 of Elk 11 Ward NI,i or of SW'4 J2 Ii aa: 20 Lawrence O. Weekly : I A WH of NWV. of
la seeing. This does not City I 1 20 Louamanda Plnholl.l.r 1.48 NW\4\ of 8Wy of SW'4 12 II 22 10 Unknown 1,82 I NEW. A SS'jof NEW! of .

mean that God permits us In Lot 4 of Elk 12 Ward E'rl, of SWye of SEyI 12 5 22 20 M. B. Sherman 3.86 NWyW of NE*
: City I 7 10 Mu. Laura E. Batter 1.48 N'h of NE of $E4 II II 12 21) L. O. Weekly, Trustee 3:85: SW8l& U 6 22 60 L. H. Hill
this world to see every detail of Lot 2 of Elk 13 Ward Lot.. 7, a, II k all Lot 10 SWW of NE"i x WV4 of

His plan for the future. It does City I 7 10 51. P. Matheny 1.48 W of road .. Lota 17. SWW of HWy4 of NEW 24 5 22 35 Roy. C. Campbfll
Lot U ot ink n WardCity 47. 48, 110, 83 In Wood- Br
8WV. of a
SEW of SWV 25 5 22 10 W. C. Day
mean that there are always holes I I 10 Mr. L. A. Green 1.22 lawn 12 II U ao L. H. lUll SH of NH' of of
9>> 53 aWl'
In every cloud which hangs over Lol. 11. 11 ot Blk 18 NEy' of 8Wy4 of BW% 12 II 22 10 Unknown 183 EE1,4, 25 6 23 19 UnknownSF.
Ward City a 7 10 Mr. L. A. Green a.89 Lot 51 A N,4,. of Lots 117, %..of SEVi! of *
our head through which we may Lot.. 9. 10 of Blk 19 118 .. all Lot 80 In SWVi of of NEVi
see Ills blessed face. Ward City a 'I 10 J. P. Roberta a.82 Woodlawn 12 II U ao w. C. D..o. & Bro Inc 11.21 Wof road A NEW NWVi of
AU Blk U ex Lot 'I Lots 54, 59 In Woodlawn 12 II 22 30 Unknown SWVi'
There are no guns that man Lot.. 72d of SW SWy.
Ward City I 'I 10 Unknown 4,41 38. 113. 114 In Wood- of SWV.\ of 8W14
can make which will sound so flW\4 of SW'4 leu road' 9 7 20 IS Mr.. 1.11I1. Cone 4.01 lawn 13 II II 80 I. U. Hm 3-4 of Ny4' of A BA
"HEty of NE'4 .. of Lot 611 In Woodlawn J3 1IJ 4,15 NE1,4, of
NEy4 II II Mre.
Thereaca lilfo: .
loud that we shall not be able Mathla 2'50 % 8E'4 of NE4! of
SEy4 ex fly 9 'I 20 74 Waray Corp 11.78 I'v.: of SE\4 of NEV4 14 II 28 20 Morris IIlayer SE'4
to hear Him say, "I am with you NW'4 of SJo4\ ex By 9 'I 10 34 War..y Corp 11.118 NWy of SEy4 of NliJ'4 14 II 22 10 LIIIie M. Andrews 72d RE4! E', of BEye: of H. Hill

even until the end of the age" K"", of NE'4 .. 8Ey4!: of'NW'4 'I to 120 L. Z. William ; of S Lot. :.f 4BE): aU14 a' 23 20 Rosa lIlIam. &6,27S44 :all 5104" of sw% of SWVi 25 25 6 11,12 22 85 10 (I.'. I. A M DinglelNWy ,

and. "Behold. I come quickly; NE'L of NW'4 .. W\a\ alto '.00 Lots 6. 4 In Woodlawn 14 II II ao Unknown of of NWVi\ of SWVT 25 6 23 10 Eliza. J. DinkineE'Q

NW\4\ ex Ity 10 7 20 101 Waray Corp U.a9 Ny4' of Lot a k all tote 483 Ny's of SW\\< of
and reward la with Me to NEil
my SE'4' of 8EI, 10 7 10 40 Lawrence Wiggles. 4.85 9. 18 In Woodl..wn .. 18 5 23 6 Joe ReedAll

give every man according as his 8W\4 of NW4! .. NWy.et $l0% 6f SE14 E of Ry. 14 15 22 13 L. U. Hm E Nt'of of SEy4 of 8W% 0. AnnliSWVi
11.13 Ry 21 ( 22 13 Mrs. O.
work shall be.. 81Wl k:. 't.o !BWyf J JNE'4 Lot 34 In Woodlawn 14 II 22 10 O. U. Pear" DO N'rl, of NWVi of oa'1.e
-- n -
--- -- Lot 41 In Woodlawn 14 II II 10 '.0' W of Ry A( NVi
ofSW14' 13EH 7 80 384 H. L. Hough 34.36 Unknown 1,52,
of NWM of SBVi' 14 7 20 20 Empire Lumber Co. 3.66 Lot 42 In Woodlawn 14 5 U 10 Unknown NEW of SWW ol

Hen Gets The'Spirit"I NE(4( of NB'i' A all SBVi Lots 4. 13 In Woodlawn 15 II 22 ZO 1.82 of SWINW4\ ofeW....
of NB<. N of road 16 7 20 43 Lawrence Wiggins 663 U.knowlJ 2.51 S % ex 1 A to Bennett -
NW 4 of SWVi, 16 7 20 ? 40 David Coleman Lot 34 In Woodlawn 15 II U 10 Unknown .A N 240 ft of
didn't know there were any S 10 A of 14B of SWVi! 15 7 20 10 Brooker Turpentine Co. 6.33 1.9t LotIO 39. 40, 41, 43 In 1.82 AWy4. of SWV of SWW 28 S 22 20 Unknown
ostriches In Bradford County." NEVi of SBVi teas S 6 A 16 7 30 34 David Coleman 7.79 Woodlawn is II J3 40 UnklJown NWy4 of SEW: of SWVi Wof
This was the verbal reaction of IAin NW Cor of NW 4. Lot 44 A WV4 of Lot 45 4.83 Ry 28 5 22 8 Sarah Hogan
of NWV4 lying 140 ydaN&Sby35ydaB&. In Woodlawn IS 6 22 III Unknown 1 Lot 100 ft aq on N
our reporter when first shown a I Lots. 4, 13 In Woodlawn 16 6 22 20 C. C. MOlll.y 2.80 side of SW'4.of SWW E

mammoth egg brought to the W II 7 20 1 Mr*. Llllle Cone 1.69 Lots U, 20. 29. 80 In 7.28 of A adjoining road 28 5 22 A. E Burner
B 30 A of Woodlawn 16 6 II 40 O. NH of NEW of NE
WV4 of NEVi, 11 7 80 30 Mrs. Llllle Cone C. Barnes % of
Telegraph office last week by EH of NEVi 17 7 29 30 Mr. Llllle Cone 7.79 8.43 Lots 37, 38 In Woodlawn 18 6 23, 20 Unknown 7.SS SEW A SEW of NEW, of
A. L. Sullivan, Theresaa farmer NWVj\ of SE:<4 ft EVt\ of Lots 43, 44. 80 In Wood- 1.50 8E A 3 A In NW Cor
NBVi of SWV. 17 7 20 69 Empire Lumber Co. 7.35 lawn 18 6 II 210 L. U. lUll :; of NE of 8EV. of REV
The owner Insisted however that Com 949 ft W of NE Cor Lots 47, 43 In Woodlawn 16 6 22 20 Unknown 4.II Wv of HEW of SEW

the egg (tipping the scales at bounces of Sec 18 .A run W Lot 51 In Woodlawn 16 6 U 10 2.60 : of SEW A SW.... of SEW,
Unknown of '
S 1320 SEW A Of
3373H ft.
ft. B 1.82 EH SEW
) was laid by 'a small 33724 ftN 1320 ft to I 1 loOt[ 43 In Woodlawn 17 6 U 10 I. U. Hill of SWVI of SEW A 8y

White Leghorn hen. "With all '1S 7 10 73 O. W. Barry '720' Lots 43 In Woodlawn 17 8 22 10 Unknown 1.82 of NEW\< of SWot\<
Sypylot 63
iogl less. Ry .A 62 In Woodlawn 17 6 23 20 Unknown 1.82 HS.H 18.22 43 L. H. Hill
this talk of expansion because of Is. 1 lot 50 ft by" 100 ft Lot 66 In Woodlawn 17 6 22 10 Matilda Nelson 2.60 Com at SW Cor of SWW

Camp Blandlng. I figure my hen on N side of Ry. to Lot Woodlawn" 8V4 of 31! In 3.18 of SEW\ A run E on

I church t 18 7 20 U.J. F. Shaw 17 6 22 tIS Unknown Sec line 418 ft to a pt
Ip just trying to do her part. S' of NWi: .A NRVi of 12.33 Lot 80 In Woodlawn 17 6 22 10 Unknown 2.80 of beg thence N 660 ft
%\ Lots I, 2, 3, 15. 34, 48, 1.82 1 1
Mr. Sullivan said. RI+.41\ N of riverex 198 S !

NW'. of HE% 21 7 29 189 Empire Lumber Co. 18.88 Lots 58 In Woodlawn 18 6 22 7J( L. H. 1I1U : ?81i1 ft j" i'WV4?
13. 30 A NH of a.25 Ei'8 efE
NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE SWV. Of NBH A SEVJ ofNWy"1 In of 96 5 23 13 Unknown
A N": ",. of 8W14 Loto4511n Woodlawn 18 13 IS Wm. ?r of .
Northbound A ANEW Woodlawn 18 6 22 10 lor. L. Thompson S 119 "***-4 2 A 6X82 "I.. H HIIt.ilI 1
\ V&NWf'4;: fe 12 Lot 1. 2, 3. 4, 6, 6. 8, 2,34 NBVi' of NEW of Emma '

Tio. 2-Due Starke 6:13 a.. m. A of NWVi\ of NWV4 22 7 10 212 Brooker Turpentine Co. 15.13 I 62 II, In 16, U. 33, 45, 46, 51, N Woodlawn
lio. 108-Due Starke 8:21: p. m. I Com 60 chnsWofNECor Lots 19 II J3 1110 Pura Water Co. 2 A 27 C 22 19 J. P. W1rlrk
35. 36. A NH. of Lot 21.48
of .Her 25 A run S 60chn. ( 10ui: of NFy4 of NE'4 of
Southbound 1 .. W 10 chns, N 60 38Aall Lots 41.: 44. 47. NW'4 & W 2

:Ho. 1.-Due Starke 10:33 p. m. "'hn., E 10 ",hn.. to beg 46 lawn. 49. 60. 64 In Wood- "/ NWVi of-NWV\ of NEVif27sn'V 5 22 7 D. W Pt rll",
!... B 8 A of N 20 20 5 23 I 95 Unknown. SII" 51\ or 8W
I.Jo. 107-Due. Starke 9:20: a. m. rhns. also com 80 chns 1 Lots 32. 34 In Woodlawn 20 6 2:1: 20 Unknown 14 31) NW v. of *
Lots. 37. 83. 68. 60 SW14 Ev Starke-liel Branch W of NK. 'or of Sec 25 In 2.50 of SW'4 n 5 23 23 RoM L *
A run 8 340 ft for pt Woodlawn 20 6 23 41) F.'rla of
Unknown % ot
No. 101-Leaves Starke 7 a. m. EH of Lot 67 In Wood SE'4 ax
of beg, thence 8" 910ft 483 S 420 fI-l3l.A 27 5 23 14.J. L. HarrellS
daily except Sunday. W 124 ft. N 9<0 ft, lawn. 20 6 U 6 W. E. Torode Com at NE Cor of See
to: 13M4 ft to be*-29 A 25 7 20 141 H. H. Ford 1211I WH of Lot 57 In Wood- I.U 28 k run w 1)20 ". A
No. 102 -- Arrives Starke 1:50OP : SWH 26 7 20 49 Empire lawn 20 6 22 8 11)20
Lumber ft
dot Co. 4.88 Lot Unknown .' E 1620 ft. N
p. m.' WH: NLV A N14 of In Woodlawn 20( 6 It 10 'nknown 1.t2 1020 ft to beg 28 11'0 J. n. Shuford
NWVi A of N I.. 27 7 20 209( Empire Lumber Co. 22.It 8WW EV4 of of NBW' 21 5 It 40 Unknown I'U AU i-0',8 Nof\ tot
SH. of NWV, of SWV4 1 5 21 20 W. It. Morgan SWW of SEVi A 463 9 Lota 83 64
2.34 67 '
No..r.J F9FaTlO: One half undivided Interest SEW of !HEV' 21 6 22 80.J. .
I f. W. E .1IIId<1l.ton. mayor of In the following EH of NEW *x 10 A In n. Shurord II.85 S1? 5./ 'In NV4 of Lot.ii Unknown

Htarke, Florida by virtue of the described lands: SH of NE Cor 22 6 :31 70 Oeo. 7' Woodl.wn 89 5 22S SJ:
authority vented i In m* by law dohereby I Bwex1.( AIn NW EH of NEW of NWW less F. Young It.38 Lot \710in 4''tv' k dra'1..nOfl9 Unknown
vail an election to he held Cor. Also ex that NEA for cemetery 22 II Lots 22 35
portion C.
I. .. 27. 28.
at the city hall In the aforesaid N of graded county of NWW of 8WV 22 U 10 ie.. E. Knigltt gtelder 3.60 U, 39 311.1 38. a'I.
town by the qualified voter on road running W from SBV, of SEW.of SWVi 22 5 23 10 1>. U U O[ Lou U.
Tuesday. September 10th., 140. for Stste Farm road ASWVi NE of 8WW 23 6 U 40 Mab..1 W. Starling 234 U., 113. 61 In all Lot. 44. H Graham
the of electing the following EH", of 8WW of SEW 22 Wainwright Wnodlawn 19 ( 32 130 W.
purpose \ of SRi-i 25 8 21 115 Unknown, ".47 6 It 20 D. D. 423 Lot 29 & S'rla of
officers! REyE of NB<4 ex SIn A BV4 of WH of SWV of Sullivan. 721 & WI Lot 40-
ya of lx
One Mayor. SB Cor 25 II 21 35 Unknown E" ** II U 18.J. P. & all Lot. >ta 48, 49,
Three Aldermen. NH of NIi: of NWUEH 2S I Il 10 Mr. Laurl" C'. Clemons 7,29! All NEW of NEW W of Wyrick 2,44 WOOdlawn 110. 6l In
Inspector of said election: J L. of SWU of aWln I Il 10 C. Edwards ,97 Ry I.... 9 A owned by Lot 13 811 f U Jo Cnknown. HIli
Jr'r 4 26 In H
Peek. A. II. 'John., and T. 8. Wil SH of SKVi 81 I 21 30 8app Jane Byrd A les* 2 A Nay ot Wood lawn 29 L.
I.U to It. K. Blanchard I.ols 41. 42. 43 Ciemt"
llama 8H of NWV\ ex 3 A InNl0 13 5 23 10 A. In & ROY
In testimony whereof, I hereunto Cor A all NH of NU of NWW of NEVI' 13 II aa 20 M. M. Blanchard 416 Lot 3 WoodlAwn 2t I 23 IS L. C

ubucrlbe my name and cause the HWVi N of branch 27 I 21 117 Ury Reddish NWM, of NW\i a Ny4 of F. Brown 721 .. 11& W4 fa of Lot 14
2 tot
peel of the Maid town to be hereunto SEH of SEVi\ 2$ 5 21 49 Maud Wainwright 15 H'% \4 of NWy4 U I II 80 U, 19 20 A
affixed, this the 8th., day of SEV, of SWV A SWVi Of '.11 Nt NWy NWM of 942 5.13 0.0. F. Young 15.01 844 lawn of Lot 33 In Wood.
Ausjust A. T>. 1940 REVi 5 10 II 22 60 Unknown
29 Ioru. C. )J. U 4 Lots
HEAL< ) W. 1:. ftdddleton. Mayor SWV, of SWVI or Lot 4 S3 f$21 i! 83 J. W. Townsend Norman 1709 Lot 2 of folk 2 Town of Oeo. F. Young I.ao 61 'In"' 45" ". ". ao, .. Rlarliai
au D.
Attest. SWof NEVJ 33 'Il 4* Wm. Holllna-sworth I. wtey W of fly3 5 II wL Woodlawn 30 I 22 6.. }1.
Lawtey W of Ry 23 I II *wIn 5. 22 I
Wamle Lou Edward 7.37'',Lou 33, 34. 25 44' 4T. Bef Chs
Woodaaw a8 l..zlI. 6. L. C



;; 4 .' .,,meaty : 'J'r1lt"! .......

I 1s s 1 18g



T R. A 0..VIB ... .a Trees ttmtsU' .. T.._ Road Work Aida
"...,. Description !s!Ie.... T R A. Ow... ..aT t'.etu Description Bee. T R A Oweer A Lasts

Ie. S5. 31. .1'' Com at SB'; Cor of SW'i Beg at SW Cor of NW14 This Section

t 6', 40. 1531 5 22 11* J. F. Morrison ijoa of 8WV4 & run W 795 of SBVi & run N 430
N 815 ft, NB 6A8 ft for pt vt beg theme

'::: 7. 68 Inn S 23 40 Maude Wainwright 11.65B f.174. Easterly 206 ft, B B 210 ft N 400( ft to They're not trying to camou"t
ft 8
902 ft to bpI!r. road thence W 210 rt to
n 10 11. Also certain land. S (.f i,., Va Sec line, thence S to flage themselves from enemy {r
T' : 19.. Mrs. 11. Simrkman A W pt of beg also beg at .' ,
ifj6 2.: of Hy In SBVi of 8W<4 28 t U 10 H. E. John': It )r"u U.8 SF, Cor of NEV.SWVi ,. of bombers-those tractor operatorson

5. 36. 87. 1 A In NW Cor of SWVi ., 'u run W l&O ft. the Road IS work now goingon
14. I' 42. 41.Vs. of SEV. 28 6 U 1 Dr O. 1. Haynes S.U N 810 ft, to road B 150
411. .7' 49. Lots 1, 3 of Rlk ft to '4 Sec line, thence between Highland and Max
1. Orig
46 56.p 33 10.83All
61, S to beg 29 1 6 8. E. Bitch
103, 68 inal Town of Starke 28 6 22 Elvina Morgan 1.04 HWof SEVi of vllle who mount small and
p 61. InU 23 B20 J. F. Morrison ,
;, 60. 59.50 Lots 2, 4 of Blk 1. Orig NEVi E of road U' 23I 2 Hoover-Futch Co. I."

'n I wn 3 33 220 Mrs.Rkl. So Crawford .98 inal Town of Starke 28 I U John For ,.th 7.041 WV4 of IIIWof\ !SBViex scrub oak trees beside their driv '

7 In woodlll '.4 833 Batton. Jr. 3.85'w'4 Lot 7 of Blk 9 Original : about 10 A cold diver er' neata-they're simply protect- i
114 as 8 IS 10 n. L. Batton Jr 2.34Et4eotNw34 Town of Starke 28 22 Bradford Ce CoOperative persona 33 33 10 Unknown 734
f Corp 1I.'lT Beg at a post 21& ('hn.III ing themselves from the scorching I
0 of SB Cor of
U I U I n. iw Ration, Jr. 1.50 1026ft3 In of Lots 6. 8E'iof
8 of Blk 16. Original) SW'run N 3.111 summer sun "If you can't go to
Sn.4: chns, W 14 chn, S '.1 I
1 104; "f R' 0tH 5 U 1 L. H. 11111 1.43 Town of Starke 24 0 Z2 Cha. O. Woodbrldce 70.20 chns, B 6 chns, N I Mi the shade, then bring the shade

& all Lots 8 8 of Blk K ex chns, B 8 rhns to beg I
nfibo lit 12. 2335 U n Emma P. lUll K 45 1 3-. ft. Original ex portion W of road. 83 6 22 4 Vasco Mitchell '.98 to you; la their practical philo- :
I 7.88 Town of Starke 28. 23 Cha. O. Woodbrldee 13'.12 Com at 8W Cor of SW 4 ;
,SW'vlilR of IIIW,* E 38.15 ft of Lots 5. 7 of NRVi: A run N 264 ft, sophy. I

"& es E vas 12 11 J. L Harren of Blk 17, Original B 330 ft, H 264 ft, W The much-travelled 13 high ,
tent \ 5 &.13 Town of Starke 28 8 U 330 ft ti> beg U'I 2 Leah Gregg 449 .
Woodbrldge 114.12
Cha. O. Is rebuilt
being practically J
of way :
trNtyu0t 1 A In SW Cor EVk
NW14I6 11 C. J. & M. W 86 2-3 ft of Lot 5 ,
12 7
8 DIJllI'feldpr 620I of 12. S3 SOI
of Blk 17 of NWVi\ 8EH 1 Joe Johnson from Maxvllle to Lawtey; la beIng "
3 1 U.O A. C. Sumner 3.29I Original Lots 6, 7 uf Blk B Lincoln
4 IS ce Unknown Town of Starke 28. 23 Cha. O. Woodbrlde 10.20 City 33 1 23 Wm. McLeod SIS torn down to its foundationand

1016 5.'" Blk 21, Original Town of Lot. 5, 7 of Blk 6 Lincoln Is being made four feet! wider.
a 6 22.0 A., C. Sumner 3.29 Starke' 28 0 U 33 < 22 Joe Johnson 811
Chas. O. Woodbridge 138.11 City Phillip A
N4 8w; W of Lots 1. 3 ex: W 50 ft A ? Lot 6 of Blk 1 Lincoln I(I Freeze damage will also be repaired
3 { It 111 3. H. Walnwrleht 10.81 Kracl Lots A, R of Blk City 33 1 22 Wm. McLeod 1.01 .between Starke and Hamp-

E of 24, Original Town of NH of NWVi of NWH
of 810'10' 1 22 1t Unknown I I ton. Other road work recently
3 3.21 Starke 28 8 23 Unknown 13.13 ex: 8 A on W end AVi
of SE' 3 6 2J 2G Unknown 5.tS Blk 29 all extended on A Vault lot 83. 22 12 H. E. John 1363 undertaken and benefiting: this I ',

SE'4 ".'.4 Bnseys map ex S 100 Com at a pt 105 ft S Is the
f SI'4: Offs'l: 3 / U 215 Unknown 5,76N5S1 ft & ex: E 80 ft. Orig ,; of NW Cow of NW>4 of Important highway junction I
r HE1 0 N14 trIal Town of Starke 28 8 23 MTII. Thelma Laran. NWV-i & run S 555 ft -slagging of Road 48 between

& o. { U 120 A. Z. Adklnll 13.01 faux: '.11 B 625 ft N 555 ft, W Starke and Camp Blandlng.
n 3-4 Way{ of Blk SO aa extended ,,' 625 ft to beg S3SWVi 6 22 K Mrs. Annie R Pettit S.54
"E'4N& ..,} 4 / IS '70 M. F. Brown 13.01 on Bnseys map of SEVi\ 83 itI 40 W. J. Bennett 117 Another road project of Importance
r. ex: 8 105 ft. Original i 'I' All SBVi of SEVi! W of here is the completion 1''
Wit or NE'.4 o. { 22 140 M. F. Brown 11.13 Town of !Starke 28. U L. A n eyno Id' 1O.n road 33 22 20 Unknown 1018 "
U 20 D. A. Judd Th. Nlfc of the following ," .,,i\!\ 6 A In NW Cor of NEH of the final unfinished gap of :
'Y of SIC'4' Ii 6 4.1.3. described City I Block .f of 8EV being 417<4 ft Road 13 between Baldwin and the :a r
f SE'.4 5 6 22 10 O. L. Kersey 1.41 Wounded Nltroadby Call St, \ .; 10&1 by 40H ft N
10'4; 9 1 U"O Unknown 4.21's by tt. WI'v oJ' I A 14&11AInNE Cor Nassau County line. It la believed -

4. &. 8. Madison St & 13 by ,.'''.,,,oi11'W of NWH of SEV. being that this project will be
3. f..
HayIt.. 28 8 23 Unknown .0.81 831 3-4 ft N & S by t4I
liayes HUb.DIE 1 A of land In Stsrke \1 461 3-4 ft on N side A finished by October 15. If It Is.

W of 1010 8 22 33 Unknown 10.13 Mounded B by Temple. .; cAve I" 613 ft on 8 side to pub. it will mean greatly increased

gw %, of S by Pratt 81, W I"""' ""n Ho road 33 6 32 17 Cha. O. Woodbrlg 21.08
'tE tt 8 22 80 Wll11e Aeln 13.33NE by Sanderson'; lane ex: Lot 3 of Hlk 2. J. M. tourist travel through Starke thin yr,
f N of I lot 100 ft sq In W. Johns Sub-Dlv of NBVi winter.
'% F.4 E SK' ') Cor 28 6 22 Unknown : 14.63 of NBVi 33 6 23 1 Mr. rnnnle Stewart 231 I1

r,4idA I oft/ 0 22 70 W. C. Clemons 12,37Nwv Lots 1. 2, 3 of Blk 1. '"' Lots 1, it of Blk 5, -
Livingston TrubY & M Johns !Sub-Dlv tIIIE All legal blanks, promissory
& EVa ofl1 I 22 80 Unknown 829 Co's I'1ub.vlv of r>EVi \. of NBVi 33 I 23 4 U P. A Emma Davis 8.10 notes
of BW'Agy4 22 20 Unknown Al'if NBVi 28 8 22 Annie Will I a rn'; 2.12 nVj) o? SKVi\ of NWVi ofNWVi' retain. title note, carrle
01 NEt4 11 8 422W ilk 1 2, Livingston, '* 34 8 S3 5 Carl Anders 1.IS In stock by the Bradford County
of NE'% 11 8 22 28 Louise C. Gardiner 4.22 Truhv A CO's SubDlvof \ of 8WH of SRH 84 6 23II 10Irs.. F. A. Sweesy 1.59 li i
; NJo '4 of NEVt 28 8 U Aanie Williams 134 W 1110 ft of N 1050 ft Telegraph :
v.olot-vh.&l1 8 U fO O. L. Haynes 11.78 Lot 1 of Hlk 7, Llvlnston ;*- of NWU of NWV 15 23 25 Flam Lewis' 3.52

13 6 23 fO ,L. W. Conway 2.60 Truhv A Co's hub- .-or I--7r 8W '4 of NWVi 35 8 22 40 }t..r.h.I"Waln 361 NOTICH 0V APPLICATION
'EIO Div of NEH of NEVi 28 8 22 Unknown 2S1 tE'4 of 7410' 3B 6 t* 40 Steve. Kuwatih 3.50 rot TAX ntcKi,
E4 of NW'4 "'tf Lots 3. 4 of Blk 14, Liv.Infcston Lots 6, 7 of IUk 3, Lake (*rnn..> 11111 No. KH > t
NE'4' of SW14 6 22 20 Ernest Geunn &..78.It Truby & Co's KlngHley llelghta In NOTICE IS HKTtKny' LIVEN qG'

of SE%, oftf Sub-Dlv r of NE'of' NBVi of NBVi\ 3* 6 23 (ha.. H. :McMillan 3.31 That N. T). Walnwrlirht. Jr. and
8 23 10 Wm. :'Iaehler 3.U NEV4: 28Lots 6 23 Livingston Trust Fund 281 WV4 of WV4 vt NWHof Tharlry. 10. John. holder. of Tall: t ,
ofa 1, 2 & E 38 ft of NWVi\ 86NWVi I 23 10 Unknown 1.01 Ctirtiriiat" No. limned the 4th., It)
Ell of pw 0 It Lots 3. 4 of Blk 15, f;.... of SWVi 86 8 33 40 Unknown 4.13 day. of August 102b. 110. has filed
"tr tf 6 23 I A. n. Johnson 2.14 Livingston, Truby & Bit of SBVi 36 8 23 80 Unknown '.00 sane In my office and ha* mad.
W of same ('n'" Sub-Dlv of NEVi All NWVi of NW% W of application\ for a tax: deed to balHued I 1 .
vE4 SW)4, of LoOf NETS 28 1 22 Annie Coleman 4.71 road 28 3 1 23 1 G. F. Odom S,01 thereon Bald certificateembraeeu :
.1 3 A In 81014 1 2 A B 38 ft of ",. W4 of IIIE' of 13W'4 3 1 23 20 C. W. Colson! ...1i0E the following described ,I'V'
8 U 77 Unknown 7.1 Lots 3, 4 of Blk 16, t' : of 81041. of NEW A property In the County of Bradford '.1 r< '
A In Livingston Truby & HW\4\ of 81011 of NP% 4 7 22 10 Unknown B.1B State of Florida, to-wltl n '
rr&eEt7 A of Co's. Sub-Dlv of NBVi\ 741014 of "''E'4 4 1 12 40 fteorge William 1.00 B ft B of NW Corof '
SEYo of NWV4 11'' 8 U 77 Unknown 10.48 WOf82I11fE% 28 U Mack Coleman,. 4,38 14W% of SW\16\ of 8BH f 7 22 16 T. O. Morgan ..81 NEwt of NKW & run W 105 ft. I 11 \
8 U Mre of Lot S, 4 of W'1a of "''E of A R 221 10H !! N S2H ft to beg. l'I': .
15 ZO fl'rlO
Elf of 9814 Josephine Thane 6.74of Blk 15 & W 62 ft of .. 811\0; of 8Eor\ B\ 4 7 22 SO Dr. E. M. Webster 10.11 Sec. SO 7 8. I(. S3 H. 1 it

SElli.of SW%, Lots 3, 4 of Blk 16 4 Ac"om at NW Cor of The a..e.nment of the Raid property t.
of Sw'4 '" All A EH of Lot. 1. 1 of NWH\ of 71014&run14 under the laid certificate In* ''it. .
01 SE% W of Blk 17 A EV4{ of Lots ... 420 ft, K 810 ft, N 310 sued waR In the name of A. A. ".1
A 11 8 U '71 A. F. A. C. Co.. !ne. 411.22 I. 2 of Blk 18. Livingston .r. J. ft W 420 ft. N 310 ft. Durden.. I' h ;
8WV.' 11 8 2J 40 John B. Russell 3.18 Truhv A Co's Sub-' : VI 210 ft to beg 6 7 22 4 Unknown 3.91 Unless said certificate hall be ,
8 2J Dlv of NBH of NEVi 28 8 12 Annie Coleman 8.32 5 A In SB Cor of SBH redeemed. according; to law, the uG ?:
40 Soannah E. Rogers 13.03
W14 SW416 of NWV4exIAin7)0 property described therein will beHold I :'J.
of Lots 1. 2 of Blk 22, Llv- I .
Cor also 4 A 470 ft B to the highest bidder at the ;
11 8 U Inicston, Truby A Co's I
4 :1.: D. nUII""n 1.71u .... .* .
door first Monday
& Wby175ftN&S court house on the .
!Siih-DIv' of NBVi of : : it
of NEh 11 4 U 20 W. T. Week 3,72NEvo NEH 28 210Y'I Unknown" 2.11 N of A adjoining B A ; In the month of Heptemberl !f :

& SE%, Lot 1 of nik 29. IlvInrston r, .I,* described above B 7 22T 8 Marshall Jackson_. 1.13 140, which In the jtSeptember

Yo 1. 4 II 80 Minnie Tson 2.01 Truby A Co'sSubDlv ..'I ,, '''tTtl: I 2 A In NW Cor of EV4 1940. .
Dated thle 19th. day of July
of NE ef I of NEVi of SEVi W of ,
01 lE'4, of NEM 14 '
5 H. 8. 1940OFFICIAT. .
ad ox S 100 ft 20 8 U 111 Sarah n. Robinson! 5.18 tote" 28 Z2 Unknown 1.81 road 6S 22T Whatley 1.10 MEAL) A.S. Thomas I 1
A In SB Cor of EH of (
of % 3, 4 of Blk 30, I Iv.Insrston ,
E'i oLE A Co's SWH of NBVi E of Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 4 I '
1 tEV4 & SW% Ru)<-Dlv of NEVI ofNE'4 road ex SV4 7 22 1 Lacy Hitch 1.81 County, Florida 8-8 Bt '-30 '
Willie Robert.L 8 4Vb A of that, portion
8 U U L. DOreen 613EY 28 Z2 3.U ... .
X244 ot20 a 14 of now,. '
NE14 Lo" 1. 2 or EVi of tllk. ; of road Ii Mr.. Winona oiinicn op pvnt,8CATiov
W U Hoover
It 6 2J 80 Mrs. Onle Freeman n.th 32, Livingston, Trnhv ,. ; 7 7 Moore The State of Florida to ,
& Co's Sub-Dlv of NEV I.sa :J 11. Bpauldlng! If living and :
BW'4 ell: 1
In NE Cor W of NEVi 28 8 U Lillie Martin ".- I.U 1014.: of HE'4' of 8W144 7 7 22 22 Uo 20 F.rvtn Ervin 10 11:. Bernard Bernard 1.48 If dead all parties ...Ialm'naIn.. i :
1 1
'tU 8 22 19.91road Lot 3 & N 25 ft of Lot 17 f rr % 17.47N4 tereat under J. 11. Hpauldlnar' or ;
20 Unknown of IIIE" of HR" 10 1 Z2 20 A. J. Hrlffia '..11I'1W
ot 8w14" W of .s 4 of Blk 33. Llvlns-strtn e otherwlne. In the property hereinafter
to Z. Z. '
of Orlfr.
4 MW'4 of NW14 11 1 n 1.82
21 8 J2 Trubv A Co's Sub-Dlv 11 denfTlbedf and .all persons I''
1 Mrs Onle Freeman 1.38 REW of \ 18 'I 23 40 Inca Iv..y. Pollard 1.15Wu
Emma FW\4
Hughes 2.12
It E: W by nf NE' of NE'1 U .S claiming interests under Rnaona .N. I ; ,1'
N 4 S In NW Lots 2. 3 or NV4 of Hlkft. wR, of SW" & NE%, of 120 Unknown Ppauldlnir deceased. or otherwiseIn ;

Nwl" of % 2J Alma Hough 2.31 Livingston. Truhy If ... FE% 18 7 U n.8 said property! ; to wit <
Mrs. NW of
4.l ft r E21 & Co's Sub-Dlv of NEVj r. v4 "741014y& NE"vOfIIIW'4 I NW\( of SRH of A...,. U, Twp. 7 .

SW14 of 8Wy of NBV 28 8 22 Alfred JlArn. 4,71 & ofF$1014t ; V44II U 120 ..Unknown R., Ft, 23 {Q. (except a piece of 'I"
1 1,15N1
T 315 ft. WIlt Lot 3 of nik 41, Llvlns-. IIIW'4 \ land about 16 ft by 60 ft. where ,
5It. E 210 ft ton Truhv & Co's Subr {,, hf 741014 of NE% 11 'U 20 Mrs. B..rtl. Terr"l 4,73 the Baptist Church l la. ), situate ,

u I Lot 60 ft >lv of NEVj of NE>4 28 8 Z2 Damon Dell .\ +. r 2.42 E'.(, of of NE\4\ 11 7 22 20.t. C. Terrpll Agt 4.13 In Bradford County Florida; '
Cor ft E & W'.(, of Blk 47 Livings A 1t N'4' of Nwt4. 11 1 7 U 60 T. J. Aldefma 11 811 Take Notice that P. I K Knight .,

5 E ECo 8 22 20 Octavia Ellenon .39 ton, Truhv A Co's \t28 SW'4 or 1'1"\4:\ 11 'I 23 40 loss Iv..y Pollard 8.111 a* plaintiff ha. Instituted a suit
('or nf an fly of NB'4 of 8 ZZ .. Emma Huge II '. 3.st N'l4 of SJo* ex: 1 A In In Circuit Court of Bradford County '
act or land for.n.d Lot n & all Lot I ex: "I hP ('or &: ex: 8 3(10 ft Florida In chancery, against you I
..... by I>. C. N B'4 ft of Blk 1. Ilvlnir $ W "t Ity 19 7 22 n Unknown 1,18W4ofaIAlotinSW .and each of you a. defendiintu, 1
to In N'y of r --. -1 -- ..ton, Truhv & CO' .:-.:.:., case No. 961, to foreclone a mort '
r NaekN' lying N Addition to Starke 28 8 Z2 L. :So Green Ii.U "or of 8101 of S1011 of trace over above described properly :
lot Z1.:2 hall &..12V Lots 4. B of Blk 1 LIV- S r jj"I I toIl:'4 It 'I Z2 O. K'. Prince 8.04 and you are hereby ordered ,'i
>\ l'or of 13 A 1 Wm Ingston Truby A Co's I Cum lit !810' ('nr of $.o. 1'1 to npppnr In .sold l court and cause. I""
r land formerly d( j Stnrke'; 28N" I 22 3. W. Edwards .. 4.4. & run W 6RO ft. N..8 tt -- on September 0. 1910 otherwise the I
ftlTot r
by P C. Oood- 40.0 all Txifs for a pI of beg. Ihrnr" allegations, of the bill of complilnt 1'[

run E along 5, 6. 7 of nik 2 T,IvInrstone. +' run 17 105 't, N 11ft.( ... will be taken aa confessed by von..
,d. of Truhv A Co's It IM further ordered that thin ,
Mid land Wilson' 105ft. N 10& ft to ;iT "
ellr 01 Sarah :... Addition to Stirke 28 6 Z2 Mrs. S", E. 1,38 be g It '7 U D. W. t'lwlndell' 4,16, order be published once each week "

''and S variation Lots 4. 5, 8, 7. 8, !t. 10, All 1,0t" 17, 18, 111. 20 for four oonaectitlve week p>*lor
,u t 105 yds. to a II, 12. 13. 14 of nik e px I 'lot 40 't P IV to ald return day In llradford j
ore NW tn beg 10. Llvlng-st" Truhv by 8414 tI III & S In SW County Telegraph, a duly qualllle. .
01 SW'r4' Tem"s.DIIIY A Co's Addition to J. rllr or tot 20 10 '7 2:1: Unknown 82.71III newspaper pub IlOhed I In said }r.
21 8 23' '7.22 Starke 28 8 Z2 20.51 !(, of NEV & HW'4 ofNF. county.
no of W ty48of 3' Unknown Lots 1. 2 1 of Blk I 11, .... .x. road & 8' of WltneK my hand and official '. .
R I W. _. Livingston, Truhv A A ? n ex \ t .seal I at Htarke Bradford County '
S line or NW 14 :,' Co' Addition to Starke; in 141.oi'orW. A20 T 22 13G In.. hey Pollard 1173111I'2 Florldii, this August a, 1040 Li; ,

Soc 21 crOM"ps 28 U T. B Williams 11.2'1 of 8E\4\ ex: 3 A In (OFFICIAL SMAI) A. J. Thomas,
11 parallel with Lots 12, 11, 14 of Blk 11. I Cor 20 7 23 78 Unknown 15.ell As Clerk. said Circuit Court.
: b & '- 4t, ,-30 ....- ,
tub It for a pt Livingston, 1'ru y Lot 4 Rub.Dlv 0' ftW'4 C ( .
thence W at Co's Addition to Starke 28 8 ZZ Oliver A"p..nwall 10.48' of 14W1 ex: 1 Lot InNW J J11 .. ..

angles tn said -- NH of Lots 2, 13 & nil I 'or 87 E & W "3by NOTICE OPKlllt "rrr.rO"TIO ', ,''
8 ft N. 1161,4 ft ,', 3. 12 & Rut of 4.11 t'3' r'J' 1:$ ft N :' 8 211 1 23 4 Roosevelt Smith 8 4flE'4 $ T." \ IIKKItNenato ,,

It S. 11414 ft 4' of Blk 13. Llvlns-Btnn, 4 I I of NI11 21 1 22 40 Jxanett. Taylor '.tli ( '' lllll No. 1 11.1 'I.1 "a
"f Truhv A Co's Addition : NWI4 0' NW14 21 7 22 4' lose Iv.y Pollard 879W4
21 8 22 .32 NOTICE IS
l.lllflk W T. Murrhee 28 8 22 W. T. Weeke 14.23 20 f'.ople State IIBUKRV fllVKV! I
2 Plne- to Starke of NW11 nr RW14 21 7 23 hank .01 That Alva N Coliion- holder.
bevelonmet!: U 8 23 7.04 Lots 1. 2 of Blk 1* Llv- :. F.of NW"4 of I'IWw' 21 1 23 20 11. T. Corbin 1 IINF.P,4 Certificate No. Ii I. Issued the of Tax
of NF.y4 of Blk Maude Walnwrlll'bt ln.r..ton. Truhv A Co'. of SW'4' 21 1 22 40 Clifford Jlahl. 7.tl8 day of filed 4th.
I July D.
RIE&N Addition to Starke 28 8 23 ::1. C. Terrell Agt 13.83 S'I of SW\4\ of SW% 21 7 32 20 Unknown ...01MW" same In my office 1918.and nan has I ; i
01 5 & S> of Lots 1, IIIW' U Jeanette Taylor 11.90 made
BE" of Rlk Lots 4 of 2".1 1 22 application for tax .
R 2 E O of Blk 17, Livingston' NW'4' of \ 28 1 22 40 J'"opl.. State Bank 1.1i' Issued thereon a Hald: to be t1
Truhv A Co''s Addition t. ; t' ) 74101 of NR14 ex 34 certificateembraces ( .
feVMV'f, 6 22 2 Rebaner Clark 303: to !Starke. 28 ,23 ::1. P. Roberts' '7." R of 'puhlic. road AU 7 23 U P.ople. Stat. Dank 1i.03 property In the the following County of described ,

.' Frau of E'4 Lots 11, 12. 13, 14 of Blk ., All RWV4 NW41 R tate of Florida, to-wlt Bradford t
} t29
N of E. 2S, Livingston Truby A ... fly ex 1 I in NW 'or 1 21 30 ITnknown 1.01 7, : '
w cold to N. D.! ('n'. Add I tl on toStarks NY of Silk f In .f..mo.on 30 1 23 Frank C. Gould I.... Serlhn 1 Township IS Ward City '. ,1'l.i
7 South
Wm. C. l'rathr ..4' Range
li" being.{ 549 ft 28 23 Lots 7. 8 of Elk 11 In 20 Ea.t.
of Blk 2. Davis J/.mpton/ Develop- \,
I" all Lots 9 Hampton 30 7 22 The assessment of the mid
"a W of K line1sof A Trilby's Addition to''f orient. Co. '.18 prop yy),
Z8 22 H. F. Brown 7.34 Lot 1& W erty under the said certificate Ismied 'I,
NW'4' A *; 241 It of Lot was In the of
IE of Blk 1 14 Jsrir. 12, 13. 14 of 2 nt Blk 211 Blanton. Un leas said certificate name Unknown. 1" "
'B A S1 of I11k 2. Davis. A Truby Add to HamPton ao 7 U W. O. Seal. .11 shall he redeemed .:

'Blk 2Temples f? ot Add to Starke Z8. 22 ... 0.0. B. Flynn n.n Lots 1. 8. 9. 10 nf Bill arty described according therein to law will the be prop-sold .1 '
SIftofLot. 7.8&all 30 In IJlanton. Add to I
Sub- to the
highest bidder
Lots 9, 10 of Blk B, N. Hampton 30 7 2Z Rev. W. E. Daugherty 1.41 house door at the court j
JJ. on the first I.
,23 10 Mr. Grace Ford 908 Monday 'In
lying on E J. Jones Addition to All that certain piece of the month of
Home Owner' Loan 910. '
01 the Stark 28 1 21 land lying between n. 8'f.t.mber.:
old which I" the and. ..
l' > Corp. 5.81 101 & F. ny A R. A. L.lty ber 1 40. -
23yknown I Lot 1 of Blk C. N. J. In NW14 nf NB'4 ao 7 U 1 W. 11. Maxwell 1.18 '..tOld thie 8th. t
day of '
A. Thrower .. Jones Add I It Ion to Lt,.. 1. I. a. .. 5 of Dlk 1140. August, ,I,1':
Perl'IO 12 ... Starke" 28 22 Unknown 1.11 2 WrlehU Add to
r 01 NWy4 of 1 Temples Add I t Ion to Hampton 10 1 22 William. 4 II Clerk of circuit A.:1. Thomas, ,,'
Court of
I F'ark28! 6 22: AWof IIIW% at 1 U 40 Unknown .U Bradford ," .4 4
'wCorof 8W1422 8' .11 Mr. Grace Ford 884 Lots 1, 2. 3 A 8 39 ft Q of NWI4 Ie 7 22 40 Unknown 8,15RW County, Florida. .-. 4t 1-89 '

r.n S 70 ydllb.l. 7 In of Lot 4. Blk. 28 6 U S. R. Sohne 15.17Lota \ of REV. It 7 23 .0 Unknown '.11 t,

t : thence 13, 14 of Blk 12 28 6 31 L. 3. Green 19.31 All "" 0' HIi:% of BW14 " l" ft 3.68 W ot By 10 7 U 'I Unknown 2,118WV FOR TAX I>KHn ." ,
l too Lots 4, S of Blk 14 II' U C. A. Futch .11... .. t
0' IIIEI .. 4 A onE < Bill N 1 W> .
J&.VW; Lot 3 of Blk 11 28. U J. O. Prevatt 1.91 side BEI4 of 7 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN "

Lot 7 of Blk 23 II' U C. A. Futch 1 1.11 NW\4\ 31 1 11 Mn. L. n. Kalc" 11." That Gertrude Beasley holder nl .';1' 'l
Nil", f NE Z3 4 22 Aaron Holley wife 3.68 II' II Unknown J.71 NW% of PlW% Sl' 47 46 Unknown. ...71IitW" Tall Certificate No. 171, issued the .. > '
n oc % & Lot 8 of Blk 27 WI of 8W 81 7 12 .0 Unknown 4,72N44 4th day of of July A. D. "3$. ha* :;\" .4
I f VEsw 14 oft Lot 13, 14 of Blk 86. fiE 4 W% .* *am. In my office and has i'fll. .-:,

of 0113 22 11 Delia Rlgdon 4 19 Peek's Add 11 Ion to IS U D. E. Knight 't 2.01 E S4 of fiE% 0182 7 U 10 Unknown 7.11 made application for a tax deed 'I "'
NE'4 Lo1tankof ., NV 741014 & 'r! to be /Issued thereon Said t'er'l-If'cate :', t
tTi of N-11 .x22 4 22 \S Unknown 127 Blk Starke' 36, Peek 28 U D. E. Knight 1.38 Voof NkVo: t NW14 n 'u .0 unknown '..31NWI4 embraces the following lie.sprlbed .. .
I!: Addition to R of NW14 83 '7 21 40 Unknown ...71IIIE properly In the County of "i<
4h"w'O or tt .13 6 22 13 S. R.. John 4 12 Lot 14 of Blk Starke! 29 Peek.U' II D. E. Knight 1.31 % of 1111:'" ex N 400 tt 34 7 U 21 Jan. Veal .9t Bradford State of Florida, to-wlt jjf.
81014k Addition to .
of SW'4 ot Lots 4, 7. 8 of Blk C, nil- Cora tF.NW Cor of AN % tofl tarke(Section TownshipoI 11'tt" 98suih
of & run 3.6yds
21 U Dr. P. A. Brlneon S.lI .
of 23 4 22 20 S. R. .Tohu' 608 Ins Addition to Stark W. A .;: F. N a81i :Wyd" / Itana-e IS Bast. "I I ;t.t.,(
NEy4 of City Park Sub-Dlv. W UA"d. to beg The assessment of the said prop. 1'1' 4.
21 8 211
'IW'4 22 22 5 'Ed Williams 2.11 C'* Addition to Stark A '" NE'\!: erty under the said certificate Is.ued < r 'f''
t NI.j, : Of23 22 10 Harry .Stern 1.81 Lot I of Blk 2 28. U Don 1... Hoover 2.01 seen Ii A In NE Cnr & "Tcor1" waR In the name of Unknown. CI \. i

eE t. 9, 10, 11, 12 of BlkLot .x 3 A In HW Cor- Unless said certificate shall b* < ;V
.1 a t A 23' 22 1 Mr. Bertie Terrell 7.04 $ 21 0 U W. N. Johnson 1.12 n A U 7 U II W. W. Packhalll ..... redeemed according to law the )\ .oi '

'II .., S OJ trlanllt'le 3 of Blk 3 28. U ::1. E. Nickle 1.03 A strip 100 ft wide, by property described therein will be ,.r't il ,
1\ of road% Blk .A, B, C, D Stump. 12/10/ ft long In 8W% of '-. I .old to the highest bidder at the !
2 J 4 23 3:1.S. Sllco 1.87 Addition 28 U Unknown 13.33 NW'4 all recorded In court house door on the first Mon .\ .1 1

PWI4; 25. 22 lAO (Cha. J. Johnson 2087 Lots ., 2, E. 4. 5. 6 of Blk deed. book ?. p.... Ii 41 day In the month of September"
4w4w'4 U'L. 25 4 22 40 Unknown 4.22 13. laaklns Addition to I & 22. public record. of ,e "40. which Is the :2nd, day of : r .< !/' I
.. of Starke 29 4 U 2 JoIn. Onle Freeman 7.a4 Bradford County FlorIda September, 19401J4 "f' tit
of of SW of28 4 22 IS\ Unknown 3.89 Com at NE Cor of NKVi 18 '7 U J. A. 11I1111<ated. thl. 1th day of August, 1:
BE% of SWVi run W 110 Ny of 8W% 01 SE'4 II 7 23 20 CJJntoD F. Palt1.mll. 1.90 } '
81'4:' 25 4 23 S Unknown 1.38 ft, for a pt of beg I IIIg'4' of NPt4a F. 4 A Itof OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ( I
q'N'4 4 22 40 Mr.. Etta Brlnaon 10.11 thence S 390 ft to N'1 nf NW14 of IIIKI4 Clerk of t otn 81014 W.'; 121 4 22 10 Mr. a F. Morgan 674 Highway, thenceline & alf 814 of IIIW% ot County Florida. g-' 4t '-3Q fi: ..

960 to *4 <>t NK
IWCor 2T. 22 11 R. F. Clark t 12 thence. N 192 ft to lan4line. _:--: off8W14 ..t 710a II' U 71 W. S. Sibley. 1.10 Checks! -\1'\ 1 Ill
Of" NFu E of 21 4 33 10 Kit William Ii." thence E to beg ., "' SE" of NWS4 & W"" of .; } .
I -8 h A 29 1 21 I Pat. Oassett 4 24 NWIIW I I U. 210 Vnkaewra 33.13 MALARIA ;

9874N10 1 J7. 22 13 Delia Keller 389' E 400 ft of NE" of 8EU, ?- flW1,4 0' 1'11'' ;% I 1 U 40 Unknown I.U 666 In 7 day. relieve 411,I J
Cor 8 efRy 104 of \ A
of SBVi ex: '
81014 ofy4 7410p
I A ex Vi A In NE t! COLDSynptofiM \. ::t
K&VS c.r 22 4 Mr. F. M. Tlbbett 7.64 of 1310 & 101\ .f RP 14 I 1 21 1344 Unkno ...n flint day i

About 2 A ef land being N44 ell: dW4t of IIIW -,-
SZ Cor II 4 22 I J. Keller 170 *. yd. N' 8 by I2t. a .::11 8te 14. of HJI\t4! \ 4 t U 28. UnkDow" 33.13 Try ". \ -Tlfm"Wonderful -
v of SE of RW14 4 U 10 lloknowa .19 ft*,
I yd* E A W Bounded N W4 Liniment ;
far: IOIi f f by land of Manning, 8 $1014: a of BW% 4 I U 140 Unknown I' 08IIIE 11'

o.a.: f'rUn a wt 120 by A. U Darby B by of 1074 1014 5 II U .0 Unknown 1.13 Liquid Tablet Salve NOM : (: *\

R : 310 Alderman A W by'Tor- (ConUnued on page IIx) Prop*
t" ,IHII' ft. '.2. ruella.. In SIC% of fiEVi 21 1 22 2 Unknown ..17
tS 1 22 1 1. J. Keller %.
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;;P: -- 'SOCIETY Baptist Circles To Meet% Gentry Advises Former Resident New Beauty --

1"fl :1 and CLUBS Monday And Tuesday Planting Fall Crops Drowned In RiverMrs. Is Announced Parlor

-- -- --_ _ _ _ _ _ _,
i. .. Monday, Circle One of the Baptist Prospects for a favorable market : Alva 'Hodges Norwood, 26, A new
; !Moyer-IIemingway\ Marriage (Hardee-Weaver Marriage Mrs. E. M. Thomas Honored former resident of Starke beaUty, I
W. M. S.. will meet at the for fall vegetables Is exceptionally a Starkewas within arlor

: Is Event Of Last Sunday }!Is Announced This Week- On Sixtieth BirthdayMr. home of Mrs. Alderman, Mrs. L. : bright, according to a was accidentally drowned Mon- the, next 30 dt f

; : statement this week by J. L. day night in the Wlthlacoochee Hartman. SA"**

.: ; ''i The marriage of Wins Frances Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Roberts of and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson G. Powell being leader for the Gentry, manager of the Bradford River near the Polk-Lake County, his daughter It M !I o era bJ

.J : .A Hemingway, daughter of the Rev. the State Farm announce the were hosts Sunday, August 25 afternoon. The program will begin County State: Farmers' Market.He line. At the time of her death, man who Lorraine; Iii

marriage of their daughter. Enza when they entertained at a fam- at 3:30. cab- Mrs. Norwood was a resident of recently
: to plant course of COIllPletecl
: :* and Mr*. L. G. Hemingway, to Mrs. Wllk- instruction
Weaver to Mr. Randolph Hardee ily honoring and Auburndale. at
Circle Two will meet Tuesdayat bage, turnips, beets, carrots, Beauty School. the !!, I
John Moyer of Jacksonville lIOn inson's mother, Mrs. E. M. i In
Ion of :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hardee Rockford
\ The accident 'occurred while I
3:30: at the home of :Mrs. G. radishes. It was n
; of Mrs. of New I Thomas, who celebrated her sixtieth stated!
: George Moyer of Jacksonville. The marriagetook that
B. Flynn. Mrs. H. L BrownJee "With the occupancy of Camp Mr. and Mrs. Norwood were ona parlor will the
York and the late Mr. place on August 9 in Jack birthday anniversary at that
City Moyer, acting as program leader. Blanding by a minimum of 40- fishing trip at the river. The : building recently established Ia

.. rt .. was solemnized Sunday morning i sonville.The bride was graduated from time.The guests were seated at the Circle Three will have its pro- 000 men it seems logical to expect couple were fishing from a rail- erick's Furniture vacated HOH bJ p

10:30: o'clock in the Baptist a brisk demand for Brad- road right-of-way and the steep Street. IIJiIOll'
; at Mrs. L. U. Morgan'shome Equipment.
Bradford County High School in dining table, which was laid witha gram valued
:' pan tori um. The impressive ring the class of '39, where she wasa white linen cloth and centered Monday, at 3:30.: Mrs. H. ford County vegetables Mr. embankment a p par e ntly gave proximately $4.000 will lit

.L! the Gentry said. "The marketing out away, throwing the woman into led, it was he !tis:
; j ceremony: was performed by popular member of the youngerset. with a large birthday cake, iced L. Hough will lead. said.
2 look is brighter this year than it the water. Her husband had returned -
4j: Rev. A. E. IJghtfoot, pastor of She also attended the Massey in white and decorated in pink. Circle Four will be held Tuesday ,I "
,. .. .2". the Baptist Church, in the I has ever, been before. to their automobile parked Co-Ed
presence Business College In Jackson- 'Sixty lighted birthday candles night at 8 o'clock, in, the "; Night
4 I of the immediate and all to I some distance away at the time Chang
: growers
family topped the cake. Low arrange- Church Annex. Members are to "I am advising

4 a few intimate friends. ville.The' bridegroom was graduated ments of pink rose buds and fern bring light refreshments of sand- "plant large acreages of cabbagethe of the accident, and discoveredthe The Co-Ed Sunday School

tragedy sometime later. :'An of
: The bride's sister, :Mrs. One from Robert E. Lee High SchoolIn balanced the center piece. wiches and cookies. more the merrier, Mr. Gen- the Methodist Church
"It.s\ almost Impos- inquest was held, and an "ac- hold It, class II,
.v Wiggins attended as matron of Mrs. Thomas the try said. night
was recipientof
( the class of and later at- Circles Thee and Four may drowned''I" at the
verdict t tt
I honor Mr. Moyer wan attended tended the University of Floridaat many lovely gifts. bring wearing apparel suitablefor sible to get too much cabbage, cidentally courts on) he !!

by Ernest Clance of Jacksonville Those the with and it Is stated that this one cached. next week.
enjoying day
.- Gainesville. At present he Is school children who are in PreViously,,, FI1
The to
body was brought Starke i
as best man. connected with the State Road the honoree and Mr. and Mrs. need.' It will be distributed crop alone practically supportsthe '.night was class night
and' under the(
The bride choRe for her wed- Department.Mr. Wilkinson were: Mr. and Mrs. J. through a committtee at this Palatka market. Wednesday placed change was made( ,becaulItI .
care the DeWitt C. Jones Fun-
ding a becoming frock of navy and Mrs. Hardee are now E. Thomas and daughter Joan meeting. The manager stated that recent age children use the H
eral Funeral J ca
blue' crepe with navy acces- at home to their friends at 1923 of Crescent City; Mr. and Mrs. weather conditions have been Home. services for on Friday nights, ? there

.. sories. Her flowers were a Hubbard Street in Jacksonville. I Harold Mills and son, Harold, Jr., Mrs. II. B. McLendon I ideal for the setting of straw- Mrs. Norwood were held at the school (ana! no leMon) the Ie
in Rattlesnake lit
: boulder bouquet of pink rose Mr.- -- and Mrs. J. B. Mills and : berry plants, and he predicts a graveside Ceme- day. The public i U
Misses Edna and Honored At Coca-Cola Tarty tery near New River yesterday I vlted to attend COl'dlaUy I
buds and tube rose*. Sunday's BYPU ProgramThe daughters greatly increased acreage for the i these clll88
(Thursday) afternoon at 1:30: o'- DlgI)!
Dorothy Mills all of Green Cove 1941 season.Booster .
: Mrs. Moyer was graduated :Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Or- !clock with the Rev. M. Henderson -
B. Y. P. U. Invites Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Victor New F. S.
:" 1. ; from the Bradford County High young A. Assign
_ lando house of
Thomas of Jacksonville Mrs. guest her parents, Pastor of the A 1 a c h u a
people of the to attend ;
community -
School In the class of 35/ and Club
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. )Matthews
Church of Christ
officiating. In- James
Hortense Gonzale of Pensacola I T.
the Sunday night meeting, ; Oxford of
also from the Jacksonville I GalDlV1I
Beauty ,,,
i I J. F. Klckliter Mrs. Smith Den- wa, the honored guest Saturday terment In the Cemetery followed became a
.. College. FOt the past several at which time the subject "Under Set For SeasonWhen member of ths, FIr
when Miss Mid-
morning Madge Immediately. Pall bearers
were Security
mark and
t, months she has been employed In standing th? Value of a LivingSoul" granddaughter Marian Administration off!,
.. dleton and Mrs. E. L. Matthews
Miss Berta Lee flash W. B. Mundy, W. E. Thornton, here August
i... the Nestle's in will be discussed. Ward George B. H. S. Tornadoes 16 i In the
Beauty Shope
entertained at a Coca-Cola party N. D. Wainwright, Jr. A. J. of cape
and Edgar Wilkinson all of on the field September 27 for Assistant Supervisor.
Jacksonville. The first discussion The
., on the Starke. I at the home of the latter. their first game of the 1940 foot- Thomas. E. W. Hayes, and W.' M. S. A. office here Is
title will be headqwrt,
subject Miss
Mr. by
Moyer attended school In
Roses and zinnias used Edwards.Mrs. of the
were ball season, they'll know they Bradford Union
; Reading, Pa., and at present Is Jenelle Hutchings. Miss Gladys Methodist WSCS'' To Meet throughout the lower floor of the have the support of a sports- Norwood was the daughter County unit and Joe H., Cia
:' Johnson will discuss "The Valueof Wilt,
connected with the Suncrest Bottling home In for this af of the late W M. and Is
decorating to of Minday Supervisor.
loving public, plans Oxford
Co., In Jacksonville. Man. Other discussions will The two circles of the W. S. C. wild! *
fair. ., Hodges and was born in this Gainesville.
the Club or-
?4 Booster year-old
be: "The Value 0 f Redeemed S. of the Methodist Church will
,. _; Following the ceremony Mr. Mrs. McLendon stood with the ganization conceived for and devoted county February 14, 1914, and received -.
.. by George SIlcox: :; "Jesus meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:30:
and Mrs. Moyer left for Jacksonville two hostesses to the to the sole purpose of her education in the IN TifF: ('Int'L I'r I'nl( H'r, Hhtl
the Way of Life" Fannie greet
by Sil- o'clock Instead of on the regular jrmntL
where they will! be at home schools here. She marriedIn or rui
Refreshments of Coca-Colas, "backing the boys. '-- was-- ------- 1) l .,.. .
I cox: "The Eternal Value of a day, Monday. [ t'N !'IIR IIHW
_ _ to their friends .at 1432 Liberty 1931 to W. J. Norwood, who
Soul" I' I potato chips!, olives, open faced On in BradfordIIlgh' COL'1i'rY.I'd
Living by Hazen Aug. 19th '
Street. ; Circle No. 1, Mrs. E. K. Perry- : survives her They had no chil- ("'' '\nHY
"Practical Applications of Under sandwiches, and cookies were outgrown auditorium, Blanche F. Knmlle
man leader will be entertainedby
_ Among the out-of-town guests standing the Value of a Living served buffet style from the dining Booster Clubbers held their first dren. Plaintiff,
Mrs. -vs-
O. L. at her
_______;, attending; the wedding were: Mr. Soul" by Doria Crews. home. Haynes table, which .was covered meeting since the close of the 'other survivors Include four Walter tt. Clare Knodle.Ch. N,

and Mrs Lester Simonton and with a lace cloth and centered sisters, Mrs. G. P. Parrish, Au- Defendant
1939 was
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest dance The Senior B.' T. U. will hold Circle No.2, Mrs. L, D. Green OKDEIt OF 1'1'BUCATIOH'
I of with an arrangement! of rosebudsand burndale; Mrs. Dalton Carter
Jacksonville. its monthly business meeting leader, will meet with Mrs. I. P. small, enthusiasm high., NOTICE AND
asters. Misses Evelyn and Lawtey; and Mrs. Melvin McKinney TO DEFENDANT
I Monday, September 2, at the Shepherd at her. home on Cherry I were: a militant ,membership IN TifF:: NAME OK1 THE
Marjorie Stump assisted in the of Starke and Mrs. C. L. OP lirA
____ church. I Street. drive another Tornado banquetat 'FLORIDA:

: Miss Julia Winkler Weds dining room. I season's end; subsidized trans Atkinson of Brooker. Mrs. Nor- TO: KNODLE WALTER who, a':'. CUR

Arthur Musters August 23 About thirty-five guests called portation for husky football ma- wood is the third member of her -donee I Ii. care of" Del place Mar of Url m
_______ : : '
_____ I
family to die ill the few > Apartments, Chtllwd
: during the morning to be with terial from Brooker; police patrolto past Avenu.

_ Miu Julia Wtlnkier and Arthur I is Carolyn Callstreet ..... the honoree. -- I minimize gate-crashing, increase months as her mother, Mrs. phiL Pennsylvania.nermantown, Phlla4

Minday Hodges''died last February You are hereby require to
Masters of St. Petersburg were gate receipts; greater lung pear, either i

_ married*.in Jacksonville last Fri Methodist Intermediates support for the boys on the field.B. and a sister, Mrs. Classa! torney, to the percnnally Bill of or Comp b? .\;

day at 'the First Baptist Church. 'EII'O' heverybody we used, not know the place with that Have H. S. Principal E. L. WilliamS Moody. aof .Auburndale died last above herein entitled filed against yoU' ID t

I _ Miss Selma Thornton and Wilbur to say In. .dear, ole Lundon Camp coming here, and all" Swimining'PartyThe h announced plans for new year. She was a member 'of the the 7th day of raune October, on, A.or D.1I M;/)

McCall were witnesses.The Starke Is pickin' up all right Dismal Doings: Elizabeth and Intermediate Division' of purple and gold uniforms, replacIng Church of'Chriaf:, : an"Bradford required by County Law Telpfriph. ,'

______ bride wore a beautiful ,No mistake about it E. L. MoJpus up. ettlll' their the Methodist Epworth League i the old black and red dyke; hereby .'deHlirnated ai tl. nowpaper

white chiffon blouse a becoming Makes ''me klnda dizzy All friends with the prediction that enjoyed a swimming party at promised "one of the snappiest- Trial Postponed be published)In which once this a week Order fork It

'p Davy blue shark-skin skirt, and so sudden-an' so seldom, as they may be transferred from KIngsley Lake last Friday afternoon -, looking outfits In the country.'.' (4) ronnecutlve. week..

white accessories. Charlie McCarthy would say Starke, and soon That's the Coach Bill Stephens promised a Until, OctoberArtford WITNESS my hand and th.
according to Lyle Anderson of
offlee ,
at Starke Brild!
Mr. and Mrs. Masters will The ole town Is madly snappin' only trouble about these forestry publicity director for'the League. toughened team capable of staging County; Florida, this 29th dir
people You attached to Br wn,' 22,' Sampson AuaruMt A. I>., H40
make their home in St. Petersburg to attention If it keeps .up, get i a football blitzkrieg.
'em, and then and The young people were entertained City, will not on trial In the (cIRcUIT COURT SEAL) .
have go
:, where he operates a board New York'll 'soon,, look like up First conceived by booster- A J. Thiwi

ing house. Clayno: by 'comparison '. v to move away :. at '''the lake cottage' of minded W., jenkins (ex-coach, Duval County Criminal Court of Clerk the Circuit Court o( Ural
J ; Judge and 'Mrs. E. K: Perryman Record until the next term of ford County Florida. 8-30 St I|
Tennis tournament started: It was "kiss the boys hello"Instead Sunday School superintendent, and ,
and after'
an of
_ water
court, which begins October 22.
Monday ."Twas a honey of a of goodbye when the railway agent at Raiford) the
sports were served a, tasty sup according to an article in WednesdaY's Furniture
Guardsmen rolled in las' Friday Repairing]
Booster Club
"first night" .. More variety per that 'was welcomed was organized late
most TimesUnion.The .
than Noah'a Ark Starke got afternoon Al Kay Carlisle gladly by the hungry in the 1939 season, elected Bill 1 And KefInlshlod
youngsters. Jacksonville
more than a football coach in besmirched with poison ivy, was Plummer (Lawtey) vice-president, newspaper fit

Bill Stevens ., What grace! playin' the part of boogey-man, Those present and enjoying the and E. L. Matthews secretary- stated: Low Prices AH'jGuaruntml '

chasln everybody 'round I an' event were Bonnie Jean Hawkins "At liberty under $5,000/ bond, _
What precision! etc, etc AND etc treasurer. This year, by starting I
'round Steve Weldon, Jr., Merry Beth Brown Is charged with second degree o 1 WorkJ
'Sa wonder his opponent Al Bunny Kldd was danc- early, the Club 'hopes to be

: Mannssa didn't get mad and tear in' with tears in her eyes Knight, James Edward Cottrell, of greater moral and financial ; murder in connection with j itir Just l'hnaL

up, his racket like he did In a She was THAT glad to Bee 'em Frances Colley, Shirley Colley, value to the team. the July 7 death of Joseph A.I I ->2i -
Virginia Sewell, Freddie Wimber- Peterson, Jr. who died from I
game long, long ago Good back Bob Long says he Next meeting will be Monday ]
ley, Patsy Keen Barbara knife wounds \
A crowd out Among the speculatln' hasn't got alia tha mud outta his Keen, night, September 9. All would- allegedly L .ddie Hartman
Comer Ida dance
Ferryman Lula Davis, a hall near the Inter-
spectators .
: : Judge and Mrs. ears yet be Boosters are urged to attend.
Joe Andrews, Jr.jlMarjorie.: Davis, section of the extension of West
Perryman (the Judge strutted his Mrs. Stump back from her Va.-
Arline Dew Garnjta Beaver Street and
_ stuff later in the week when vacation and boastln' 'bout the Hutto Ruth Edgewood
Simpson, Lyle Anderson Resolution Expresses Avenue.
r. things got down to championshiplevel freezin' wedder she experiencedwhile Miss

) the H. A. Bishops gone Grrrrr! Why, Carol White. :Mrs.! L. F. Smith, Board's Thanks "During bond plea proceedings

The Archibald Johruses do plpple tell me things like that, Mr. and Mrs. Perryman, and In the Criminal Court, P. Guy

__ Prof and Mrs. Williams (the for- when they know I've been pourin' two guests, Roberta Whitfield and A resolution commending the Crews, appearing for Brown,
Sue Jean Thomas.J. asked
mer declaring that tennis is an myself outta my shoes every: State Department of Educationfor Judge Bryan Simpson fora

old man's game) Maybe he night I for the past two weeks cooperation and assistance continuance into the next term,

means you feel like an old man L. Cameron of Savannah, shown in the school affairs of I I explaining that Brown's wife was
I' Georgia, was the guest of Mr. In ill health. Solicitor
the next day Catch-of-the-Week: Unnerstand Bradford County was passed by County

Wedlock is In the air i Powell Carpenter trapped one of and Mrs. H. E. Tucker, and his the Board of Public Instructionat Wayne E. Ripley did rot object

11 Four interestln .mergers this I his famed rats in a most unusual I granddaughter. Miss Bobbie a special meeting here Mon and Judge" Simpson granted the
Cameron, of last petition.
Thursday week
week an' a fourth one comln up' manner tother night Hewon't

Sunday Julia Winkler- tell how he did through Monday. Sunday Mr. day.It
us girls It.i read as follows:
Arthur Masters Buck (S. L.) but you lucky men folks' can and Mrs. Tucker, Miss Cameron, WHEREAS, the Hon. CoHn Come 'To Gun ClubW.
Mr. Cameron
and J. H. Wain-
Alvarez-Wanda Fay Whitfield learn the harrowing details if English, State Superintendent of P. Smith
wright were visiting in Ocala and president of the
E n ea Weaver Randolph Hardee, ask him .
you Silver Springs.A Instruction, has offeredat Starke Gun Club, stated this week

Frances Hemingway-John Moyer Wonder If you agree with these all times every assistance to that the Club is holding skeet

Funny Incident in the Mast- figures as to wuo's who in town this Board In meeting its difficulties shoots ,
picnic at every Thursday afternoonat
supper Hampton
ers-Winkler event Seems the
busiest man: Superintendent Middle andWHEREAS i
minister! (tJax: 1st:Baptist Church) ton; busiest' woman: ANY Lake Saturday afternoon,was en- Drl: E. the old airport about one mile AeNothing homest: .
Mr. L. Morphet, south of' town Road 2"12., goes <
was' joyed by and Mrs. P. S. on 13. "We I .
"In a hurry to get home, and housewife with six children: Director of lt
and welcome
Crews and son, Spencer, of the everybody to come on
I dashed off without pronouncin''em.mqn most laugh-provoking: W. P. Finance of Off
the La/fU
State Farm. Mr. and Mrs.1' Waldo State Board of out and shoot or Just watch the But
tc wife ". ,When they Smith, Sr.; best sport: Joe Wil- Education, has been most liberalin t it not i>*illf
shooting, he I
Pringle and daughter, Mary E., said. "We have
outside the church he suddenly
got son; biggest< bluff: V. S. St. of Lake his time and assistance to this assurances that 'Er. longOut 11:1110
Mrs. J. W. Wil- when Camp
remembered it so they all John; most curious: Carl Knight; Board a NE&chlll&au.;
lard and daughter Patricia, Miss Blanding Is 'occupied we will
went back Inside for the final INSHAROLD (J1LNC
most genial business WIND
: man
any BE IT RESOLVED, that this have ,
Ruby Jewell Thornton Mr. and some really big shoots in !"1
sentence All of which got the gucrdslth"
dull best lookln' Roswell
on a day; : The Board of
Public Instructionof which
Mrs. G. W. Rivers, Miss Selma some of the officers and
i GAS RANGESEE bridegroom so flustered he forgotto Noegel (and gettin' better Rivers. Mrs. Zelda Rivera and Bradford County, Florida,' men will take part" he added.
the preacher! .. Till :
> pay looking every day); jolliest: Orie WALL
him Mr. and Mrs. D, L. Shaw and hereby expresses its full appreciation C.
a gentle
somebody gave Wiggins; most original< ; Nat family of Lacrosse. and gratitude to the Hon. Misses Luella Cashatt and Aud-
hint .
Sternberg; friendliest I : "Flat" CoHn English, State Superintendent rey Cashatt of .
before horses Ky.,
Speak* carts Versailles; biggest liar: anybodywho Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. and Dr. E. L. Morphet. Director were guests of '
an such High school senior and Mr. and Mrs. J.
| says he caught a fish THIS of
daughter, Mary Sue, Administration and Finance T. Quigley Monday
spent Friday while
play for this' year will be next en route
long of the true
: possessor belly- for the
valuable assistancethat to
In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.R. Florida to
Seems they decided t I me spend their
< 4 laugh Telfair
: Long: laugh takingNo.
L. Epperson and Mrs. W. they have rendered and are vacation.
J. They
are former
week instead of next semester! residents -
2 prize: E. L. Williams' still
; continuing to render .
after Epperson, who is confined to St.Vlncent'a to this of Starke.
would be so abort
|1 best sensayuma: Powell Carpenter Friends Board of Public Instruction, and
Hospital. of
because of starting school in ; shortest man: Don Hoover that r
; Mrs. Epperson will be interested : the people 0 f Bradford
August they'd better get It over tallest man: Judge Perryman; County Florida should FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
and do
to learn that she is 1
with.,..now Screwey! name: biggest fool: any man who'll try recovering sea4'"
appreciate the help and to
"What Wright Left' or 'WPhatI..ei't from aa eye operation performed assistance Mae Tears Experience Make It Possible for Me
to outwit Sheriff A. O. Andreu
; received from the office :
Wright" *r sumpln last Thursday morning. of the EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
and so on.. ,. any more State Superintendent in
Evelyn Stump \U coaching ._ suggestions; T ?' ? our local meeting MODERATE: PRICESDeWITI'
school .
Should be dlnger to have the thing. named for me problems and In
a .
Vacationing John Powell Is havIng c'; JONES
attempting to
i TIllS RANGE AND' -until It put our schools on .
Sat tidy Scene: Blanchard Law' a suwell time but he doesn'twish became& nudist .. a sound financial basis. SUrke. ,Florida _

U (ex-Starkelte now of Winter Garden we were there Postcards Operator M-l reports that thenew ,- "

) takln* candid camera shots assistant at the'.F. S. A. office -
INVESTIGATE received here this week state :
\ along Can Street and explalnin' "Having 'a wonderful time" but (ex-football captain Jimmy Blacksmith Shop Open

to a' friend-"Next year I might i failed to add the conventional Oxford) "is\ the handsomest manI J. F..
Colley. Starke blacksmith ;
IIDRO GAS ever saw" But-calm those HOTEL LEAMINGTON
"Wish here" .
you were for. the past 30
I Blondle (Eleanore) St. John heart throbs, girls.. He's married week/ that years, stated this

The Metered Butane ALL AMERICAIs too beginning Monday
System and her chommln' sls-ln-law morning hla blacksmith shop at N.E., 1st Street at B/scayne/ Boulevard
I Doris ped- -eycled 8 miles Wednesday If you didn't rate a bid to the the -
corner of Bay
j Broadway and
Represented Among Cen-
They report blister Darby-Fugate nuptials Sunday, ter Streets will be each Overlooking .Bayfront Park andBiscayne

'In the STRANGEST don't feel hurt I didn't: ,either open day
Liberty National Policy places 'j except Sunday. Mr. ,Opposite Union )Bus Station
Gainesville GaS CoJThe Fact Ia. .It.. to ''be oneof >Colley. ) %
: And tired? ,. Oh, no k blacksmith for the Goldhead

1 Holers:- I [:"We feel as if we can stand up those quiet' fambly, 'affairs ..- ,-, Branch Veterans' Camp' for I f MIAMI FLORIDA

__ Depend bf ; Fuels 1 dl. all night they say '/ Say they haven't 'even made up four years and during this"period over .. tills

See Miss Carolyn Callstreel 'their minds where they're, going was unable to keetf his shop here ;One Block From Shopping District And Amusent

liberty National Life II (Robert Jackson's ja- oppyJ) on the' wedding trip Which I open regularly. Since the Veter-

972 So. Virginia Ave. Insurance Co. bee gone in foY strlp-teasin' means of course. THEY know- ans Camp moved to Sarasota recently SUMMER RATES, UNTIL DECEMBER
She's down 'to her chassis. no but YOU won't ." %
; J. T. Kirkland Jr., A enf vy: ? Mr. Cone, will be able to IIIDCle'Rorona! Ba.I -$ -
Phone 1444-1445 << ". : Makes me, wonder what els\ Well so long .' See you. at 'give full time with Batb-91. 0; Double Room with
P. .O Box 243 Stark..,,"" attention' to his f
they can take off and still make the tennis tournament _I business in '
as he'did
GAINESVILLE, FLA. her run I'was quite honored j -vCarolyn.. [care to move with the camp;not I MIAMI'S MOST _



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E0. 1940 :' '1

rBITS'' of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Whidby I Miss Pauline Strode of New Lamb Ja*. Powell Maria Thornton Mary .

w" of Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. ['I York City and Miss Josephine I Lamb, Mr, .A.EllmabethLlRhtfoot E. Peek., Mrs.H, L.Myra\Jr.Peek. D. Thomas Thomas,, Robert Mr. R.L.A. #i ,.I

-_-- --- Lee Whldby of Albany; Ga., were Strode of Ithaca N. Y., arrived LlH-htfoot, Mr*. "\. E. PlKford H. U. Thompkln, Ine
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. this week to ten-day M 1'0..1Tomml.\ .. ThoriiqueMt Jennfa 'r\, '
guests spend a .
pent Wed- Miss Lillian Sternberg is visiting 1- Matthew, E. H.Mnnlnc T'arrlh ,O. P. Tlon Theo
VI, a Mundy her brother Dr. S. Stern- Mrs p. M. Barefoot ,and daugh. O. L. Beasley at Kingsley Lake. vacation at their place in the > J. C, Pa-rrlvh. Mr, Alphle Tl..on, Mr. Laura. tT.J '1" ["'''"
Jacksonville. ter. Sara Barefoot. Mlddleton. W. 'R Powell Wm. C. Tlnn Julia }
spent Sunday northwest edge' of town. ,
In berg, in Daytona Beach. '. ,
In Qrooker Morgan, Ida V, U Thomas, H. I*
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1\I..II..t"n.. Nolla Qulnley., J. T. Thornton Kill '
Mrs. A. G. Hinson, Mrs. A. C.
a business R. T. OSleen.I Mitchell Mr.. Luclle julglev, Mr. Minnie W Thornton, Mrs. Bill. fyr !
r Tuesday. F".. a'. II. A. Loans Stuart and daughter, Miss Evelyn For F. II. A. Loan ace u". Matthew, airs.. Ida H Thomas D. u. \ '
K-onvin. are u.t. Mtdilletnn l1"dlf. Rltch, J. H. Thel. R. F.Thoma i iJV
Stuart, of Ft. Lauderdale are Wilson Really d>., Phone 146. \
In I I
Wilson Ideally Co., Phone 146. 1\1"rr alias ullta Roblnnon, J. W. *, Mr*. Olady '
Mrs. L. j. Green and children j guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mont,..Ih. P. A.Montleth Hitch Herbert C. Thomas, A. W. ,'

spent the Archie and Flume and Miss Clara Flume. Knthelen Rltch, UabelleRay Thomas, Cecil I I :
L. Durshlmer Miss Gloria, Judy and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had Mundy, Jr., W. B.Matthew Olive K.: Thomas, Mr.. Doro. 1C. I'' I'', I
with relatives. Johns of Jackson. I Simeon Phillips *, Conway : ',
FerrY spent Wednesday Ray Carrie A. Town, Geneva I" I
d In -- ville spent the week-end here with In Jacksonville. I. as guests last week-end their Matthew, Ella H..lfl.t.r. Freeman Thomaa, Oeo. W. '
spent her aunt Mrs. Carrie Mrs. J. F. Rogers, Mr. and daughter, Miss Edna Hutto of Mundy L..itleMatthew Hitch. Evelyn Thomas, Mrs. Oeo. "W. ('r
pavis of Cross City Rltch. I Mrs. G. R. Rogers, Edward Butler Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. H. *, K. L. ReirlKler, AliceHitch. ThlR-pln. W. U )
Mitchell Ludl .
his famlly Ir..rrl. Thomas, Mr* Violet ,
-end wit Mr. and Mrs Lorenzo Green and E. A. Butler all of F. Smith of Miami. and Mrs. H. Matthews, HamelMlddleton Richard Harriett Thomas, Ellaabeth! t;1''

Robert Spearman of Opelika and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green attended Jacksonville were guests Sundayof F. Smith, Sr., of Belleview Manning, l>Oerald ella RedKrave HeOtrrave, A.Minnie W. Thomas Thomas, ,, R.Ploy M. .

Flume Ala., spent Thursday here with the Tobacco Festival In Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.Mr. ManannB. Celln I. Redarrave. John Thomas, Mallory '""I,

and Mrs. F. F. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton. Lake City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLention.Mr. Manaa. alias Redirrave, Lulu Thomas, Mr.*. Hem. I I'' c'
afternoon In Moore, Nalhe.Moaleley. Reynolds. 1.. A. Torode, W. E. :Jr. 'I i
Monday and Mrs. H. C. Wall of and Mrs. L. B. Harrell and Mr. L. RMoraran Reynolds, Mri. L. A. Thomas Resale' 1' '

lle. Miss Lois Long of Jackson- Mrs. E.Matthew left today Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Mr,, and Mrs. Bertram Perry of \ ., Clarence M. M.Melton. Rowe,. Clyde Tncker Thomas. Clyde Nelle. '". I
Howe. J. U. II. E.
and Mrs. D. ville spent the week-end here with i for Orlando to spend a week with i Max Snyder and two small sons Jacksonville were wee k end Morgan Mr. Mat tie L. Row., Ruth Tucker. 101,.. II. R.T'rlow \m)';! I: J"'

r, r Long her mother, Mrs. F. H. Long.T. her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. of Jacksonville were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mann Arlln Rltch Carl U 'if'Ij;,
in Mack P. '
Tuesday II J. Hitch Mr. Ruby ) John
penter spent and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W L. : Nasworthy at Kingsley Lake. ]Morgan Mr, S. F. Ray I. C. I'wlow. Louisa .,!! i";. .

ivllle. F. Landrum, E. C. Priest Wall. Mayea, Lois Ray Mr. I.Vila. A. V 1!'
Manning Volley F. Robinson, Uliinchtt W, Versailles, A Ionia.Walnwrlirht '. ,..tf
and Dick and J. P. Warren were business Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutchings Shirley Thels returned to her !Maye Tame; ROB.*. R. O. w +

Edwin St John visitors in Gainesville Tuesday. spent Tuesday In Gainesville with Friends of Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwill home In Jacksonville today after !Molt Alre. Maud Raybln M. M. N. D. "'j. '/
business visitors to Moore, Jerry Richard H. M.Rafue Wall W. iZ :"
were their son and daughter-in-law; be glad to know that she is spending a week here with her Moore, Mr. Liberty" LeilaRaymond William. Willie
(yule Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W M. Stricklandof Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings. recuperating at St. Vincent's cousin Kaspar Duncan. She was Mi-Coy( Starling Paul White, O. W.Walnwrlitht 'J&I ;

has re- Florahome were guests last -. Hospital In Jacksonville and will accompanied home by Mrs. K. O. McRae Mcltae,, Built Russell!Mae Raymond II! Ethel White Oeo.,C.W M. > ."l, ;

Rev. E. R. Bowers Wednesday of Mrs. G. C. Conner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell return to Starke the first of the Duncan and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. McMillan" MerrillMoKlnney Stump' F. F. Walnwrla-ht, Mary O. :
Starke after completing airs. Iva. Hternberg- t White. Ethel M. j' L
|to spent last week-end in Columbus week. McKlnney! MvlvlnMcKlnney HlHtrunk G. M. White, Noble Ray R" '
vlistlc tour. Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Tillman Ga. Mr. Mitchell is an employeeon I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Blunt of ,- A. 10.! Hcott. F. A. William, T. H. '
McKinney, Mr. A. E. Hap, W. 1\(. Wall II. C. ,
Hutto pent Wednesday of last the new postofflce I Nancy LJghtfoot, daughter of Plant City returned to their home
W. E. Thornton building.Mr. McKelvey, J. A. Smith, I land Mrs. I week in Jacksonville on business. the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Friday of last week after spending I. McIntyre T. J. Laura Jr., N. tX (,.
L Erie, were In MVIntyre, Mr. T J. '
Elbert SternberaOunila Wall Murla
I and Mrs. S. R. Johns and foot, returned home Tuesday a week in Starke as guests McKelvey. Frank Stump, Eva Wlnkler. Austin "j.1'.
week. \
jrtlie this Mr. and,, Mrs. Will Noegel of family have returned from a several after having her tonsils removedat of Mrs. Blunt's son-in-law and McKelvey. lit,*. J. A. Sllcox: J. L. Wainwright{ a:. O.Wllklnaon \I' ,

Live Oak, are I weeks' the St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack 'daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. II. McClane. Jr., T. K. Souls, Mr. Pearl A. J- i
Richard Kldd, Jr., visiting their sons, stay at J. H. McKaHhlnn tennerMiltne Shoos! D, USimmon William' Nat 411 l ;
and Mrs. Ernest and Joe Noegel of Starke. Ritch cottage on Kingsley Lake sonville. 'Box. U. 10.McUae *, J, L. William, IxiiiU .; "I
n Richard in, spent Satfin __ __ I Mrs. I Ethel, Sapp, J. B. WlKKln, OrleWnlnwrlirht. I'tMcKluney 1'1'I
Mr, FlorrteMlstrunk, Joe II.siKtrunk. Ulancme S ;!I
Jacksonville ilr. and Mrs. J. N. Walker of Misses Mary and Betty Powell Mrs. J. L? Deaver and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith ]McCord.\ T. M. C. II. William. A. It. I i .'

Plnholster and Mrs. Norfolk Va., were guests last Virginia Anderson George Powell, Miss Dorothy Denver, and are expected to return to their Mc IIIt'FR"hlnn."nll..r('ord, W. C.! Sllcox: celenaSllcox. W.ttHrV..lnwrllfht.AVllllum. Oertruda, (lr..". i''I', r: If:'

Rosa week of Mr. and Mrs. G. c. Conner -' and A. W. Anderson Jr., spent Mrs. Carol Quarter-man of Brunswick home today after enjoying a McDonald]\ (leorKeMcClutie. Sllcox, Delia. Wilson Jo.. l->. ''rf'4'J)
Rimes of Brooker were World's Fair In Mrs, '1'. K. Jr. Smith Junlu M.Swindle Wilson Pea Wilson .
Saturday afternoon in Gainesville. Ga., are guests of Mr. and vacation at the ,
I M'Jo'"hloll. Lulu D.Newioine '
Saturday. Hannah1'1111", airs. Flnrrl ;
here Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy at Kings- New York City and other points N Siipp, l\lra. l.ioiia Warren Mrs,. Annie 4! ;'.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin St. John Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jack.. ley Lake. of interest In the New England NewNome., ft.KdnaNanworlhy A. Stern Stern, TerenSllcox W. .A. Warren Warren, M.Albert T. M. \\1 I:.I'*, '<''iST1 1

spent Sunday visiting in Callahan Bonvllle and Mrs. R. I{. Fox of States ( II. : Darner Warren. RuchlaVlley ',\

ntaWordALE Jacksonville Beach and St. Macon, Ga.. were guests Thursdayof Mrs; E. L. Biggs and children. Norris Naworthv, Win Kltxttbeth Sllcox Smith, W.Henry I'. Jr. \Wlmk.erly., Jack W. M.Wlmberly. I it 1...

Augustine.The Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. Bobble and Dottie Sue spent the Among those attending the Norr''i' Ellen Smith, J. M.Smith Katie Balk ,?: "..),
-- -- week-end in St. Augustine./; They summer school graduation exercises I>orol")' lulu Wiley LottieWlKwIn ,'/hNosgel ,/? ,
.lee Ijiura lee )" ,
Smith W. 1' *
ALE MissionaryrkansaS Rev. and Mrs. Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Green were accompanied by Mrs. O. J. at the University of Floridain Noe..el. WllllMniNocnel. hap El"maSternberir William. Viola.. 1, I

Missionary Straw- Law of Winter Garden were spent the week-end in Lake But Griffin who spent last week here Gainesville Saturday morningwere Mr. FannieNoeicel RuthStrode Wall. Martha D.William i"I"'rl''
Maxine .. "
K- plants Route two, Box guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. ler with Mrs. Green's parents with Mrs. Biggs. Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs.E. Nicholson Chas. W. Strode., Pauline, R, Ward aira.* Mr Carrie lilady.O. r 1.' :'j y i

[ Leon DICandlo. 4t-2p 8-30 A. E. WaH. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brannen Jr. L. Williams Mrs. W. II. Hart North' Wm. Sllcox.: Lacy WUkoikl I. n. R. j ',
North Mr. Wm.Noetcel Stump, Evelyn Ward C. F. '11,1\, '.,)I.
Tom, Ritch who has been connected Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., andR. .
head of stocke. Mr Joe Saee, Mrs. M.Searlnir Warren Jame 1''I.' '\ ?
ED-seven Miss Edna Hutto of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns, with the Carrier Petro- F. Demorest. Friends of Mrs.> Nuevel. HoMewell H.Olnon Mr. Eunice William. Dewey D. ;" .llt1'!( '
| Marked: ''swallow forkr <> Spark. H. H, Warren I..iula. \I; :.ti
leum Corporation In Savannah. Demorest, who was a member of '
and Glen
under bit in each spent the weekend here Margaret, Georgia Flertle Sllcox Mary Francis. Weldon H. A. 1/1
and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. pin spent' the f week-end in Inverness Ga., will arrive Sunday to spend the graduating class, will be interested Olson Tithe Hllcox J. B. Weldon Mr. Mary 0. '\
Branded 69 and NHe with' relatives. two weeks with his mother Mrs to learn that she was p Spark. Mr. R. E. William, Mary j't'; I
S. Hutto
Pender .
W. I)
together). Notify C. C. l Simmon*, Jt). 1. William!. Palmer t ,\
Carrie Rltch, before entering graduated with honors and was Peek J. L. Hllcox' Mr*. (Olady Ward W. J. ;J4'..
fc, Green Cove Springs, or Peek Clara L Simmon. Arthur Ward, Mr... Pollle ,.
irt Atlanta this elected to Delta Pi hon-
Q. P. Hutto of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Shaffer of Emory University* Kppa Perkins, Llnnl Walden, W H.-
I. Thomas, Starke. 4t to 8-30 Health, J. C. t ifk,
spent several days last week here I Winter Park were week-end fall. a .' ,t ;jnlmi e orary fraternity. Ferryman' E. K." Simmons, A. c: Wise C. L.'I' .
Perry man, Lol Simmon, Ava Lou William. Fred "r'
[SALE- Upright '''piano in with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.L. guests of their son-in-law and Powell Cha*. J. Stump, Marjorie William. 'Mr. MaryRi ".' I ,

1 condition and good tune. S. Hutto. daughter Mr. and, 'Mra. S. A. LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL ELEC- Park. W.. H. Starllnir Mrs. V. L. William. Elizabeth ? '11' }
Pr.th.r, W. C.
i Htarllnv. V. I Whltrham Made ;. \\. :
[cash. Inquire Bradford Weldon.Mr. TION OF THE CITY STARKE.' FLORIDA TO BE Park., Ethel K. tromRn, Henry H. Whlcham Mr*. Kut- "

ty 1 Telegraph. ,Itp' Miss Marjorie .:Stump and Miss DAY Parker Ella Rtroman. 'Mr.. W. 8. Walnwrlght. Ja*. R. I J., ,
and Mrs. A. C. Gilleon HELD ON THE 10TH OF SEPTEMBER A. D. 1940AlvartB. Phillip, F. 8trln.fe.low, W. n.StrlnKfellow ?' Winkler, Mr.. 19. A. '"
Martha Metcalf spent the week Phillip, 1\In. Rosa Mr: M. Warreni Mr.. B. N. j t4!:' .'
For Sale. See Jeff end in Orlando and Ocklrwana and daughters Betty Jane and A. pavl. Lee Ferryman. Hu.he., Emma "..at'c.. Mr.. Bertha Starllnr, Roy WI.... Mr. C. KWalnwrlght. I ,. r"
Starke, Fla. 8-30 2t Lillian, of Gainesville were guests J. M. Darby Ida I. Henry. A.. H. Priest, H. E. Hlmmonn, Ida Mr.. Lao. "
reset cttvely. Adktna, A. Z. .,t'' Pemorect H. F*. Haynes, Sarah Hope Prevail, Nathan N. $t.. John Vincent 8. Williams,. Anoe ,1"1 (
SALE-14-foot boat and a Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Andrew, Jr.. J. .Wr. Darby, Annie Harrlnctnn, Mr., M. O, Perry, C. A. St. John- Edwin H.Sate William, Joe ;1 '''', I ,
Nettles. Alvarez, A. u. Iravta. R. J. Hunter E. D Pullum, Dean Mr. Dorothy' William. Halite. ,f!
t boat. Also boat build- .Miss Virginia Fugate of Jacksonville Anderson A. W. 1s.. thavls, Lucll Harrleon O. L. Prlet. Clyde O. Hale, buy H. White Horothy Ray (, \

|done to order. Call at Missilarr's is the guest this week of Alvarez, Lucia j Elf{ ", Dnvln, Inca Harrl.on, Mrs O. I.. Priest, !ltr.. lards n.' Hltrunk. Mr. Alma 10. Wade C. T. \ > ,'\t\;\
Mr. and Mrs A. Llghtfoot of Alderman. Dora; Darby Chas. Hemingway. Francis Prevail, Mr. Edna '.. Wade, Mr. C. T. r 1' p
her uncle and aunt .Mr. and Mrs.J. .
I I'aula, T.
for further Infor- AdklnH, Lot 't /remor.st Verna J. Haican, John I* Trilby J. 'J. T .f I "li
jion. C. H. Jenkins Box F. Colley Miami, enroute to North Carolina -J I Anderson Myrtle Dell Damon Harrell. V, B, Powell (11. Tlon, HallleThompkln YoungMr*. II. H, "r.
and Annie qCl' Denmark T. P. Powell Mr*. Mildred K. i 1
were guests of the Rev. | Alvares. Hutrhlnar. T. M *, LlmmlaThomarf. Younar Theodora'L .J
1 Starker! ,ltp t. ... Aid.rmans.T J... JI'' Denmark, P. H. HutchlnaMr*, A. L,. Pender. Mr. Emily Edna H. Younn, Mr.< Cora .t. 0
Mrs. 'H. A. Lawson'and two Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot 'over the ]i Anderson J. 4: 3 Denmark, Emily Jltorlo". M. B. Prather Helen.. 'Thornton. W, E. Young, Herman..H.Yo ;

RENT- Furnished cottage children, Agnes and Bud, Mrs. week-end. I I Andrea Alvarez. A.Vincent O. >"> Duncan Duncan,, K.Mr O.. K, U. Herlonic Houston, Mr Mr.. Hilda Plan. 0I Powell/Ned Thomas, N. N. nr. Fannie J',0 '.r I i"

I Kingsley Lake; fireplace, Julia Eastman and guest Mrs. H. Andrew... Mm. Edith Darby, John M. Hoover' C. T. V

matte water system. Special L. Evans of Orangeburg, S. C., Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Alvarez Haiti Darby, Mrs. Jean Hard)**, Mr. T. B.
Andrew.., NelleAlvnrec (lInk In", I U K.Dltrklnn Hammelt. MonoHnltmendnrf
!f rate. See C. A. Futch. spent Tuesday morning In Gaines- Bitch will be Interested to learn Erroll ThelmnDenmark "hel l VF'i il.

ke. It ville. that they moved Thursday to A Bin. W. W. (Claude Hnlt..ndnrr'I n ]
DennlM I J. II.Denuo. Hankln I
I Gainesville where they will make Alvarez, PnrhuraAlvnrem. NonhHunter
It. H. ObeyDtfHiie. KtiKen Tip Top Grocery
their home. 1 Alexander, J I'- Jame Hunter Hlmmlo nHodce .
Alexander W. H. Irryden, A. I* *. Mr.V.. j\(. I ,
NAT SEZ An.lcrnon. Alice Diirden, Mr. nul" Harlev, Ahll. It.
: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and Anderson. O..o. A, DowlliiK-, 10:. J. Holllnirworth, Ja, F.Ingram l.
of Live Oak spent Andemon, Mr. L:va bowling, Mr. Clcone M.Dryden rAlvares.
baby. Cynthia I :'
fel- ,
Say ftero'w a message" to you ThflnmAlvarez. K'Dowllnif. : .
krtt who want to look good this the first of the week here with U H. Mr. S. R'. J, Mr* Carrie A C

:Mr. and Mrs.D. I Andrewx, Uudolt-h ouIim., CecilKppernon. John. .. )
Mrs. Cox' parents, M. !
fall. A man who call hlninelf Andrew.. airs.. MH.I..llne.) John.., A' H. I WE CLOSE ALL DAY MONDAY
Herbert M. Odom and br K<4 on L. Sllcox. Andrew. Wesley I.. T.sona. Jones, Ji C'
-- -
"" Andrew. Mr. MaudaAlien Edwards, W. M.ICclwardH Jenkins, A ().
how ho fit 'em will be at .
can IraAlexander Ruble Mae John
store on September 4th which Miss Dorothy Eck of Dade Cityis Mr. Ada Kflwurd.. Mr. D >ll John,, H Klla H. F.
my the guest this week of :Mr.' and Alexander Wilma I.per..on.V.. J. Jr.Kppomon Jonas, A'fla V LABOR DAYNO. r rI
this -----
Wednesday ywur. Arplnwall. Mr*. M. D. r6lhyKdwnrdM John, ('..rl ----
lie Is with the Globe Tailoring Mrs. W. H. Hart at Kingsley Alvarez, Mr. (Porrl J. M. John. MI-H. H, R.
N. D. ]Mr. .Mairicle Edwards, 1,111IIrOnallh. .. J.eob
will hatefull Luke and Mr. and Mrs. Anders, *, 11' I
Co., of Cincinnati Albert Julia it. H I. Jacob, HarrahAnderson ; I
to select Wainwright Jr. A. W. Jr. Knitllnh. L..ona O.
length sample John Berry
--- Austin J. If. KdwardH Merrill 'Iohna' Calvin 1 IRISH 10 Lba. ,,'
from. Should you be In the flrtrownlee. Edwards. !Mr*. Merrill
Jones, J J.
market for a nice suit drop In on Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchingsand H. t* Elliott Ml.* Olady. John, Cha: F:. POTATOES .;t
daughter Montle and Miss Tlrnnke, Albert Edwards W. A. John,*. Th..lm.. rtrlnHon - 16c'TOMATOES
that day, may glad you ..
you Bebe Morrison of Gainesville were Hennett, called.Children's. Bishop. H. A. Edwards, L. R. Jr.Putch. John. J. J.
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Brown lee. Etta F Jones Emma ,
Bishop Nina K.tteal C. A. John.'on'
T. M. Hutchings. ..y, O. t*. Fernanda.. Mr. Eva John..on'bioi"H. W
Heailey Gertrude Fntch, Mr*. Verdle aFernanda John..on'Hllih W' No. 2 Can
Dresses Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Burns, Edward *. Inabelle Jenkln*. ('has. H. 5/2c
Burn. BenleBronke. Flaaee, \Irll.! Annie A. Jenkins. Mr.. Klva F, ,
and children spent Sunday afternoon P"rtha. fJeo. B Jenkln. Cha A. I
\ In Lake Butler with Mrs. Barefoot P. M. Flynn Mr. Flnrenc. John, H. E'
Bockleman AuuutBarefoot Futch. Merrill C.Orlffln Mr..
John. ,
NEW SHIPMENT Lawson'a parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. Ueacy G John, H. it.Ruby Jr.
H. Register, Bennett Annie MaBurney. .. T. J. Johns, Allen M. P&GSOAP,3Bars IQc /
STYLES IN Oeo. W. Oreen R. A. Jackson Morris - -
BEAUTIFUL Battle, R iternTURK drirfin, Mamie B. John, Mr.. Mella. V ,
Mr. and Mrs. Berry John and *. Ethel M. Green, ]Mm Mary E. Jones, Mr. Ruby \
PLAID EFFECTS Bryant W. E. Oreen A. H. Johnnon. Hvle'.. Woodard
XilM daughter. Josephine, spent Sun- Bryant loin E. nreon Mr.. Fannie Judd. Mlllard. "-

day in High< Springs as the guests Be*..ent, Jr. W. A. Griffin Mr*. Lila Jackson H. Carl "
i Ronham, Mr.. w. A. Oreen. Lloyd J. J.'k.on' Mr.. SUGAR 5Lbs.
to 14 of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nisi and ( Mar B. - 17c'i
Ages 7 I Bennett, .1. E. Orlffl' AneedaOlll. Jenkln. Mr* Wln'I.; A. ;
daughter. Vivian Bennett, Elma D. Mr] Fay John.. Mrs. Laura i
Brown M. F. Olll, Florence Jenkln Sarah F. With I'urchase: Of One Can IHack
Brown! Mr.. Florence B. Oreen Floyd John. Mr*. Fronle Pepper At lOc ; c''
Miss Elise Jones' of Gainesville Box F. H. Goodman J. !D. John. Lol ,

59c & $1.00FOR ] was the guest Tuesday of her Bryant Bryant. Wesley Mr. Lizzle W. Orlffl Green,, Mr J l. .D.R Ines John John,, W.Dorothy J. It.

grandmother Mrs.. A. M. Darby, Budding-ton, John W. Graham, !Moss

and Mrs. Phillip V. Maguire of Bryant Rryant, Mal W.' B. (Orlffl Oreen, Mr Wilbur.. Ines A. Klckllter K ,J. F.

D. C. Newn. n. Goodman J. L. Knight, O. A.Kendrlck. :
New Arrivals II Washington Burney.
He..ent'. Mr.. Mary nay, A. T. N.
"WAYNE MAID" Burney. Mr.. Gladys Oay Mr. Hazel. r.ul.Knllfht., Mr. N.L BRING YOUR LIVESTOCK
Mrs. Irene Johns and daughter Mr. O. W. Grant, EllaOoodman Kendrlck. Marthan.nnett
Tom Johns, and Mill BtanleyBarrell Mr. Annie Klckllter Mr*. M. L. ,
SawyerBoys Miss Dorothy Tom Orant. Jo*. Knight Clara Mae \
Fall Wash Doris Williams of Mayo were I Battle, Mabel Olaicow Harold Knlicht, D. E. TO PALATKA
.. last week-end of Mr. and BuddlnKton, Ern .tlne oholaon. bfrs.! Laura KKnl.ht. II. V. MARKET ,
guests I Baker. Walter Green, Mary. Mr.. H. V, t '
Pants Mrs. Lorenzo Green. o Brlnon T. A. nr.", John B. K..ene.. Nelma ",
Frocks Bryan Mr. Julia Goodman Wm. Earl Kite. LouleKlckllter :n! '.-
Bark.dale, C. O. Graham W. H. Jr. Miriam Now Under New
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin have Barkdale, Mr... Vlrgl.Griffis l J. W. Kldd.' R. n. Management ;:'.:'f
after spending several M. A. Tiffin, "". J. W Kelly, 1>. O.
returned Bryan 1 bt
Graham Kelly. Mr. Mary f\\ '
$$1.98 $1.98"DORELLA" Jacksonville with their Brown Z. Kenchen L. H.. \
days In flCrutehfleld. rj.lny, IrmaOrlfflii. AUCTION OF CATTLE '
son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Cha E. U Kldri t.
Mrs. Ann Ire E
J. F. Griffin, Mm. E.th rGriffin.
Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. Carpenter D. P. MarthaHoover. Kemp Mr*. Evelyn W. EVERY TUESDAY AT
Kemp, R. L. .
kllnlce C. M
Canova, .
New York Colley, Lydia J. C. Kite. Kenneth 2 P. M .,
' Merton Clark Kite, Mr. Leller
'SALE' ranova Mr.. Flor. E. Rayne.. n. L. e"t/
City arrived this week to spend Canova, Paul E. Jr Hemingway, F. a. Klckllter, Dorothy C. I', i I .
Kite. Mra J. S. I
Hayes E. W. '
some time at the' home of his Carpenter Carlton Fred Myrtle' Hoover Etta Klncald. Mr.. Jeannett Rain or Shine J': ,J. ,:.
; Kenchen E. L.Koene I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. ranova-, (]).d.a. Hoover Della I "
of Starke. r anova, Lot,,) A. Haynn. HopHoover Mrw. Leon I { '

ONE RACKRESSES'..: Clarkeast, ranova.,.. Mr Front*. Mona A. Mayan, Ruby Don L.A., kits Kennedy.PolomonClemons Luc(1.Coleman Plenty of Buyers-No Fee for A f .ii trl'1\\(

and Mrs. W. F.. Barefootand J. L. Hart W H. Klllln -.worth, Mr. K,
Mr.. No-Sale Tickets 3 :"
Carlisle. J. B. Howe, J. R. L j; t
daughter. Mrs. Eunice Wlnd- ('..rl to,n. r, M. Hut to. I.. 8.Hutto. Long, Cornelia Peek ?
t Ii erweedle of San d e r. 0 J'1 were Cooper Richard Mr. L.. B. Long, T. T.
Crawford Mr.. Annie' Hutto. Edna Lord Eva B.LonaT George "Jack" Inman Auctioneer \ //1 .,
alues afternoon of Mr. .
Saturday .
Hart Merwln
Up To thread fan quests Crews R. L. man. Albert ...
$2.98 A three and Mrs.: P. M- Barefoot., 'rb.mb.O.' S. Hart man. Else Long, Lola a.:.
V. H. Hart, Edna Lee, Matilda j jI
faction hose made by Cardan. l
Now .. Card..... Mr.. Lacy Ilall/'A. H. Lewis, Jame
Hole-proof Mrs W P. Smith and her (Cnop.r R_ M. HalJ. Hhellle Libby L. L. East Palatka
Clark .TIm'' H..mln..ay.. B.Hemlncway. Lennon, E.; :
daughter Mrs. F. .W Varnedoe :Chamkers.'MrsJ A. _. L. U. .....nllon. Elvla .
$1.29 of Palatka, are spending two Cooper. Mr. K. H.Cupo Hick. Q. W/ andrnm, T. Frank '
69cSTERNBERG'S relatives' In Mra. Emma HoITaendorf. Je..l. B, Land rum, Mr.. T. F,' '
weeks with Orange- Cummings Walter Hemingway, Annie Lone. Richard H. State Farmers' Market :;: : 1
burg and GreetivYood, S. .C.Mr. Coleman Joe Hairan. Delia' Lawson, II. A.LeTCtt. .
Chambar. J. R. Hoiiaten, Harry IT. Ira, .
Cbalkor. Mr.. 41. W. Jolland( Re| D. Lawson Mr*. Ai L. WHITE 1. ,
and Mrs'CherleF Touch- ('ox.. Ralph. If. Ma.en Clifford Jr. I..iwl., Mr. Thelma L. M. MGR.
Jr. of Dad City wave guestsSunday Co*. Mr. Melba 8. ?. Hall, John Lilly, MU Ruby !
ton. *' Coleman W. W. Hall. Mr.. Elsie' Larantaux: Mr.. Thelma stock :
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Coleman. ,* Mr. Mary E. HarreH. Mrs. /V. B. Laranraux.: J. M. I ,.Please bring your early Ear'the sale t:
Matthews en rout 'to Washington D Hardln.' T. B. Lamb,, Mra/ Thelma 1.
Davie, Jr. U A. Hull.. Mr.. MarU K. Lloyd Ethel, It
D. C.. and New York City. I>..,,|.. E. M. Maynea, Georgia K. Lloyd, D L. >; *I

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1,1 : FARMERS' SECTION I Beloved ResidentOf Courthouse Lunch BROOKER to her few home weeks here with after friends spendinga in children of -Mal'an! .u, I". I

I ; I I By Mrs. III.. ParkerMr Hlaleah. Ing Mr and Mrs T.a D.weq >tIg

'! : Theressa Plans ExpansionWith Week Dyd) I.....
..,,. .. :Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
r *. Kelley Honored Conerlyof Mrs. C.
RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD I Died July 13 an eye to the future and Mrs. O. J. Mott entertained Wauchula are visiting Mrs. dren of Alapaha/Ca C. t *

"' an Intention to take advantageof miscellaneous Lloyd Barry this week. .. brcbQ I I
with -
home a and
at her Mrs.
SENSE. Friday A.
. The many :friends of Mrs. Mary busl- Moore on ml
steadily Increasing good Mrs.J. Rae
beloved resident of shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of guests City'were
t' TOO MANY MISHAPS ACTION AGAINST INSECTS Youngblood !.flees. and good chance that it will recent bride. Mountain Oak were 0 f Mr. and'
;rt st;f7 Theres a. will regret to learn of W. Kelley a visiting Mr. Emory Hazen last ldq
I double itself soon, Joe Noegel, decorated with and Mrs Noon Mott week
The rooms were Sunday.
her death at her home on July The
Accidents on farms of the When the homemaker finds her- of the Courthouse Lunch, Rev. Morris
+ ,' 13.. She waa 73 years of age ,manager colorful arrangements of garden Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch of preached ot La
/ ; United States are reported to self playing unwilling hostess to yesterday said that next week at the Baptt Cihnerd
table was
'Death at 7:13 aftera flowers and the dining Lawtey were visitors here Sun- last
came a. m.
.t1 <
;h.I about hungry Insects, the quicker Sunday '
$8.300,000 Improvement
;, I cost every year.I many work will begin on general morning
d "' but she does about it the brief Illness decorated with a large Ing. but the and
.i. ', ; They are not only painful, something I of the restaurant. day.Mr. Rev Q e9ca
I+ ,,, 19, expensive. Yet most of them I(better. :Many large families are Mrs. Youngblood was a nativeof After repairs are completed, within cake of pink on which stood a and Mrs. J. W. Kelley were ley of Melrose will fill E.hkc0lw

3'' o .h are due. to carelessness and can the rule with insects.In Emmanuel County Ga.. and 30 days. Mr. Noegel and his miniature bridal couple. dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. H. lar appointment here .

:;, :4 be avoided. waging war on the Insects moved to Florida years ago with brother. E. P. Noegel. of Lake Games and contests were en- H. Mott Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Ellt'ry next Sunday
I I her husband the late CorneliuBYoungbJood. I Joyed and prizes were won by Mrs Bert Britt and childrenof Jacksonville >LeW1a of
o,, + In 1937 Commissioner of Agriculture that come Into the kitchen there City will form a partnership. In Were
1,,, I settled I II I Mrs. Fred Hazen Mrs. Emory Ocala were visiting Mr and and Mrs. Vlsillng kr
t jj C Mayo. Inaugurated a are two anti-insect preparationsthat They at anticipation of prosperity, due to 1. R Gainey .
y I ; "safety on the farm" campaign will be helpful over and over 'Theresa a in Bradford County Camp Blanding's "mass production -I Haren Mrs. C. C. Dees and Miss Mrs. T. D. Dyal last week. Sw d87.

t + and survey which Indicate that I again. One is poisonous sodium where she has lived ever since. ,I ," the Noegel brothers are Madeline Crosby.The I Resale Colson made a business FINDS SON JR\D

to reduce the fluoride powder. Another Is Mrs. Youngblood horns. bride received many beau- trip to Jacksonville last week. Ocala
t it is quite possible one was a mem- taking the bull by the I -A mother
; I
a number of accidents on Florida of the kerosene-pyrethrum sprays' ber of the Christian Church hav- The remodeling says Joe tiful and useful gifts.In Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hazen of city Jail to gel her who went hi

farms. The survey revealed that ,common on the market. ing accepted Christ as her SavIor Noegel, will Include; new equipment the late afternoon refreshments Center Hill were visiting Mr. and son. released on 13yeueid

h in 1930 there were 211 fatalities in her early days and fol- for seating Mrs. G. W. Hazen last week. charges bicycle' tbtft
For ants one of the most per provision greater were served by the hostess found his

j due to farm accidents, while in I sistent of kitchen pests sprinkle lowed His teachings ever since. capacity, change In arrangement I assisted by Miss Bonnie Mott and B. Couey was honored with dangling from a belt IItele8R bo4J

3, 1939 only 77 persons were killedin sodium fluoride around window She will be missed by young and of the front section Im- Mrs. Edith Dobson. dinner last Friday celebratinghis his neck and attached looped about

farm accidents. The reduction .sills dralnboards, foundations old alike as a devoted mother to I provements In the kitchen, new Bridge Club Meet 63rd birthday, anniversary window. Desk Sergeant to a tIl

1 la fine, and should be continued and other place where the ants her family and an asset to the linoleum for the floor In front. Hazen entertainedthe Those enjoying the day with Williams said the hV
until there are no fatalities. I I crawl, but not where It will Interfere :community. She was always When the partnership goes into weekly'Emory bridge club Thursdayof Mr. Coney were Mrs. Lula White Holmes, had asked the yo

Conditions which might cause with housekeeping oper- ready to lend a helping hand' in effect next month, the restau- Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yarbrough. bring him some janitor 10
last week. funny
Injury to members cf a farm alio.!. If this drives the ants caring for the sick and needy. rant' will remain open all day Mrs. Ale Henderson Mr. and Mrs. read shortly before pecan s

family usually are easy to recog away it is a cheap and easy Nine children were born to Mr. and night with Joe taking the Mrs. Pervls Hazen led Claude White all of Alachua; the mother discovered Policemen uj

'' r,; nize. Falls account for thousands way to control them. But It la and Mrs. Youngblood. and the following day shift and his brother the group with high score and the''Mrs. Earl Sapp and children the body

""I ? of accidents. Ttls.ugges. s poisonous to man and should be six sill survive: Mrs. H. .night shift. Norman made low. Mrs. S. Sapp of Gainesville: Bert COTTON CROP IP

', ?'" that ladders mould< oe Kept in used carefully kept away from E. Moo'rer. Mrs A. D. McGilvery Mr. Noegel adds that he must I Later In the afternoon refreshments Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal Gainesville

a dry place no they won't rot. food and from children and pets. Mrs. B. C. Powell. Mrs. E. K. consult with Congressman! Lex of pineapple salad and tea and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd crop for 1940, -- Florida'. cotta| !
Powell Mrs. E. S. and were served by the hostess. Dyal of Brooker and Frank Aber-j is expected to
g and the should be Sibley, h
?, rungs inspected The Ideal way to kill ants, of Green (owner of the building) on well above that
a,, l before ''a ladder is u ed. Many course is to find the colony Lonnie Youngblood One brother matters of repairs, before the Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mack nathy of Graham slightly below the of 1939 but
John also Collins will be interested to learnof P.-T. A. Meets
Hall survives. averse to
falls occur In homes on stairs wheels
where the queen and the young begin actually to turn. the 10-year
Funeral services were held in the birth of a daughter to The Brooker P.-T. A. met Wed- period arcordinr to
that have no rails. ants and Mr. Noegel intends also to
are destroy it. But the United States
Hope Cemetery. Sunday July 14, ; them Saturday of last week. The nesday, August 14. The follow Department rf
Loose coat sleeves and shirtsleeves when the colony cannot be found, hire several new waitresses. Agriculture
at 11 a. m. The Rev. C. C. Butler baby has been named Emogene ing: officers were elected. estimates. pia
are dangerous when one try sodium fluoride powder first. tion is .forecast
officiated and pall bearers and both the mother and the child President-Mrs. Fred Hazen. at 19,000 bam
Is working around machinery. If that doesn't work., it'll be necessary Many Licenses as compared with
were: D. J. Phillips C. Sullivan, are doing well. Vice-P resident Mrs. Lee 11,000 ban fa
Is to
Most modern machinery pro- poison baits made up to 1939.
W. S. Sibley. Freddie Miss Jaunlta McKenzie i la Crosby,
Dodd Clyde
suit Revoked For
vided with gear enclosures and the taste preferences of the
Hersey and O. J. Phillips. spending a few days with friends Secretary-Mrs. O. W. Barry.
these should be kept closed. : ants.
Arrangements were in chargeof Drunken Driving here this week. She has been Treasurer-Mrs. Gene Long. STATE COLLEGE: TO OrES

Uprights should be driven alongside -' Meanwhile until these remedies the Key McCabe Funeral visiting in the Carolinas Alabama After a short business session SEPTEMBER 9Tallahas8FJorlda

o whirling belts to keep them take effect keep ants off tables, Home of Jacksonville W. F. Reid, Director of the I and Mississippi. She will returnto the attendance banner wan I State Col.
in tools scattered
place. Cutting I' refrigerators, and other movable Department of Public Safety, re- her home in Fort Pierce the awarded to Mrs. Harrell's second lege for Women will begin
around the place are a frequent ,furniture by wrapping poison ant ported last week that 112 driv last of this week. grade. m

cause of accidents. particularly tapes around furniture legs or Something You ers' licenses were revoked during Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch The ninth grade next tember Winter session Monday, Sep.
enjoyed 9
a with
among children. by setting the furniture legs in Didn't Know July and 39 drivers' licenses were and son, Gene, of Raiford were peanut boiling at the home of annual freshman -
week. :More!
And it's a good Idea to keep than 1900
shallow dishes containing a little suspended. The total number of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Rimes Aug. 16. Each dent itu-
a first aid kit on hand for'treat- including freshmen and
kerosene. Keroaene-pyret h rum Bees, like the rest of us, have licenses revoked and suspendedsince L. A. Brown Sunday. member of the class was up
ing minor Injuries.In spray will kill the ants it actually the law ef- Mrs. per- per-classmen are expected to be
their jive moments only with drivers' became Jeannette Mott and Mrs. mitted to invite friend.
his survey, conducted by a At on hand when classes start
hits. them it's not so much in the fective last October amounts to Thelma Crosby were shopping In 7:30: about 34 and lie
tbe Florida Safety Council. Mr. boys girls following Monday, September
1 Sodium it Is In the 1,012 Director Reid stated.In Starke of last week. 16.
fluoride powder Is also groove as hive. But Thursday gathered to have an evening'sfun. The enrollment
Mayo asks the following will be
questions fee
upped !
as a check to help prevent the best all-round remedy for when bees get in a hot jive, "don't the July list of revocations ,' Thelma Mott and Estelle Mott Later peanuts and punch second semester when approximately

accidents on the farm: cockroaches. Because roaches be frightened and move on to a Polk County was high with a are visiting relatives In Jackson- were served. 60 to 75 new students il-

Have you made a Check around hide during the day and come safer spot. That is merely their total of 14; Plnellaa County was ville.Mike Mr. nd Mrs. J. F. Ellerhee and ways matriculate.
out at night spread the powder way of telling their fellow com- second with 12; Dade County was Tillman and Arnold Had

.your house garage< and barns to around with a duster or small rades there's) nectar over yonder. third with 10; and Duval and dock were in Jacksonville Saturday '

see If there are any loose boards bellows in the evening. Put It Strange thing about bees, that Hillaborough Counties were tied night. BOREE FUNERAL HOME
'If electric is In good I
shape your or If wiring UM broken ladders back of shelving, dralnboards could be applied to other thingsas for fourth place with 9 each. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal are Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 1S4
you and Into hiding places. Leave it well they refuse to work I building a new home. It has
? Do you mark plainly poisonous I The number of revocations in We have added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipment
there for two or three days. Re- without a female around to boss just been started.Mr. .
medicines T Are careful other counties for July were:
you with special spring for
peat the application after a them. Without a woman around and Mrs. Floyd Wigginsof easy riding.
In cranking tractor Broward and Madison 6 each; St.
1 your week or two. Two or three thor- the males sit back relax and Johns New River were visiting Mrs.J. "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" O. H. Bennett Manager
Are you careful about covering 4; Lake and Lee 3 each;
ough dustings usually will be permit "outlaw" bees to take the W Pinholster Sunday.
open wells? Are you careful to Alachua Hemando, Indian River,
enough. Kerosene-pyre thrum hive by storm letting them carry Mr, and Mrs. Roscoe Chesser .
keep children from causing Jackson Leon. Orange Palm
your will kill all the cockroaches away all the honey. The and son of Winter Garden
spray queen are INSURE
"t fires or playing' with sharp Instruments I Beach Putnam! Seminole and Vo- WITH
that It hits. But since roaches, bee sole egg producer in the bee visiting relatives here this week.
7 Have bad an tusta 2 each; Brevard, Escambia
you are fast on their feet. It must be I colony lays 3300 eggs in 24 Mrs. Erwin Williams of St. N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR.
accident on your farm during Manatee, Marion, Martin and St. ,
sprayed into their .hiding placesto hours- or to interpret It differ- Augustine was the week-end I
Lucle, 1 each. Ten out-of-state '
FOR BABY'S COMFORT do much good. ently, she lays her weight in eggs licenses were revoked guest of Mr. and Mrs. .Fred' FIRE LIFE AUTO LI.AUILITY. BONDS
In a day' time. Hazen. ''
Possibly thatdoesn't 'I
Phone 74
J McGce's Baby: Elixir Is intended In drivers' licenses STARKE, FLORIDA
the past year and if so,, what seem like a great amount suspended Miss Joella Barry has returned
for Minor of the
;; upsets stomach during July. Palm Beach and
was its nature? but if you owned a White Leghorn -
and bowels that result from
overeating -
Anyone Interested in obtain who could lay her Polk Counties were high with 7
improper foods, or tempo weight In
rary over-acidity of the stomach. 'I ing a copy of the survey questions eggs In a day's time, she would each; Pinellas was second with

A bottle of Mea..'. Baby Elixir ] can do so by writing to the prove valuable to her owner 6; Hlllsbrorugh was third with 5;

costs only 35c.CARPENTER'S. I' Florida Safety Council Bus These interesting' items about Lake and St. Johns .had 3 each; t1t

DRUG STORE Terminal Building Tampa Fla. bee life were offered by John D. Brevard 2; Escambla, Highlandsand !;

Hayhle who Is now In Live Oak Seminole, 1 each. One license -

(Continued from page three) Inspecting Suwannee county's 3- was suspended out of state .,

000 bee colonies for bacterial diseases Drunken driving: was the of-
D..crlalea. See! T R A Owner. A GoaBF. so that beekeepers can keep fense for which 105 licenses were (

of NE'.4 a W14 of revoked in July and accounts for
strong colonies which
Nt; II II 23 120 Unknnwn 1556 usually Insure
Ely: % SEV4': of flW'. Ii 8 U U .Unknown a.09 a l good: honey crop. about 90 percent of the total re-
SEV4f IIE'4: a Wli! of In Florida there voked during the year. Reckless.
HJt 0- II II U are 150,000
% 120 O. F, Waekerm..n. 111118
NE% of NE'" 6 8 U 40 Unknown a.83 bee colonies operated by 50,000 driving was the offense cited In
E'Ao' a nly> of SEt, of In 6 July revocations; and incom-
persons. -a single year, end-
NW'4 8 5 23 340 O. F. Wack.rman n.99
E% of NE% of NWh a. Ing In 1937. the bee industry in petence in one case.
E'.4 of' HW% 8 5 U 60 Unknown 8.20 Florida showed receipts of 71.9 Records of the Department of
NF.% a E'i of NEy of
percent the Investment Public Safety show that the seriousness -
NW% .x 5Aln 8W CorA on which ,
NW'of\ NWliea5A amounted to $210,540 In 42,299 of drunken driving can
In SE ('er a W'%>to of !not be
(oIW of NWIS a $14 of bee stands. Honey wax, queen over-emphasized. Director
IuHr, of NW'7 a NEt4 and package bee returns net ,Reid said. More than 675 drivers 3v
N\VJ over I
of 8EV. of ex 11I!
A InRW Cor 11. U 258 W. S. Slbl.y 23.19 ,$500,000, per year In this state. have lost the privilege of operating :
EVE\ of IIE: of NE1. of It has been estimated that bees their motor vehicles on .

All NW\4 SW" 'of 8VV of 13 6 U Ii W. S.. Sibley. 1.29 travel a distance equal to a trip our public highways. since last

Ry 8WV of SWyeWEoof13: 5 U 18 Unknown ,' 8.20 I around the world in gathering a October because they endangeredthe
'All lives of their fellow motoristsby
I. Ry 1:1: tI U 9 3.41 pound of honey therefore the
W yll nf ?.I14 of NE'4 11 5 U 20 Chae oForsyth 1.1i0 I average bee visits several hunt- trying to drive their cars

1 E1j Ells of of NE NW'4 t of or NE'NEw' a IS 9 22 40 W. 8. Sibley''. 11." dred flowers in a mile of flight when they were under the influence -

1i N% of NW'4 a SWyw ofNWli which is about 2,500,000 flowers of liquor and couldn't t's
ex a A In NW '. even walk straight..
.for...__ .&. aU',," 1_.A un In,.,SW__ .for...--..each pound of honey pro.uucru. The department receives _
2.6-A 1n SE Cora -
all H 1000 ft of NI4! The versatility of the bee is applications, supported by pleasof

of 8WK ex H 120 ft & remarkable. Besides being a prominent politicians, lawyersand
W 147 ft of I BK4 of
BWU SWVi of SWVi honey producer, he is also a fer- business men. for the reinstatement _

a3AinNW'of8Wl." tilizer. Several well-known auth- of drivers/ licenses 'j 7:

NH 5 of of NWVi lake of 8KV4 e. x 13 I 22 242 H. J. Stewart 41.18 orities on bee culture maintain which have been revoked, Reid

f A 13 5 93 14 D. O. Stewart e.2o that bees are ten times more stated. Some of the cases presented = ,,

AIRINIS! AEix 8 E of 4 beneficial from a pollination J show that the offending _

A for cemetery- 13 I 23 14 J. E. Larson 6.50 standpoint than from the honey, drivers will lost good jobs and

NKU Lakeside of SWVi Bub-Dtv 22 S 14 22: 1 22 40 Walter win 6.80 view. Pollen is a protein form I their families will suffer If the

Plka 1 a of Clovt Lot 1 22 I 22 Unknown 890 of food that Is just as essential : revocations are allowed to stand. _

B1K S of Oovt Lot 1 22 I 32 J. E. Smith 3.17 I to fertilizing young flowers and But he pointed out. the law
Blk" 4 of Oovt Lot 1 23 5 22 C. A. William. '.17 '
I EH of Blk. 1 elf> Qovt plant as It is to raise young makes license revocation manda-

I Lot 2 22 6 23 1E.. DSha! 2.11 bees. The bee carries this tory In the case of drunken driv- ?
\ 'Blk 8 of Oovt Lot 2 22 1 23 Fred L. Morrow 2.17 pollenin
I Blk 7 of Unvt Lot 2 A a socket on its back leg calleda ing and does not make any pro-
Blk 1 of Oovt Lot 3 22 6 22 O. L. Haynei 6.20 pollen basket, vision for reinstatement. ,
thereby enabling ..
NEU of NW Vi A WH of c I
NWM 22 9 22 120 UnknownS 11.65 : it to cross pollinate. Y N' 1C ..

.NEVI.Iet of of NW NH>Q ex S.B1 A 24 23 40 Unknown 6.90 Experiments conducted by authorities -: Do It NowJos

In NE Cor W of lake on bees have proved that ) (
6 ex lake A E II A of bee venom Is a great help In eli- E. Wilson. Starke real
N 1-3 of NE% ef awi* estate and Insurance man pointedout
A N 1.8 of 8EV4) minating arthritis. The. Injectionof
Lot III' 22 229 Mr.. Floe M. Pr d- bee venom Into the sufferer today that unless Starke -
rlkaon homeowners E
71.06 make contemplated
B% of NKU of NEVi ex relaxes the capillaries and paralyses -
I A In NW Cor. 'loon 1 tiny vasomotor repairs and additions to their
A In SB Cor Of NWVi\ homes at once chances are that
of NEV, 2/ I 22 20 Bvallna Barton 1.31 thereby relieving the patient. they will
never be done.
C. A. KNIGHT Tai Collector Vitamin K, recently discovered

of Bradford County. Florida .vitamin.-Is also prevalent- In workers skilled will carpenters slowly but and surely other be You can tell the delicious qualityof

noney. me importance or ins
vitamin Is that it prevents hem- drawn to the government ship- of Coca-Cola tin
from it's clean
yards and other ,
orrhages and helps the blood clot government war
works to take advantage of the
more easily.
N'vsRlFrMDo Bees like other great artists short hours and long pay," Mr. / tng taste. And after you drink it,

are decidedly temperamental. One Wilson said, "and If we want I I

remarked individual that connected In one with day.bees 113, now.we'd anything" better In the get building It done line right done / you experience the refreshed feelingthat

bees stung him. This of course
makes the that refreshes
Is not habitual; It is very un- on Washington's. birthday so that pause

Your Tradingwhere usual procedure In the bee world the swarms won't leave during
caused usually sudden with ice-cold Coca-Cola America'sfavorite
by a atop the ensuing summer. When asked
6 pieces Rogers Silverware In the honey flow which is
rr are the what the bees did prior to Washington -

given away with every $40 In tradeor chief cause of their acting up. the beekeepers are at a 144 moment.

certificates.Are: Beekeepers also have their own loss to answer but are deadaet on ,

Redeemed superstition about bees* Not only this pet belle
I. f.oIL u SMITH'S GARAGE do some rap on the colonies upon Brands of honey produced In PAUSE THAT REFRESHESAUTHoarry

y Y.. aao-e I the death of the owner and tell Florida are .
orange tupelo tl-tl.
STARKE FLORIDA the bees therein but IIOTIUD UNDU
some keep palmetto,
partridge pea. and gall- or Trig COCA COLA co. BY
L2t their children home from school berry. i STARKE COCA-COLA

4.a _

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30. 1910



radford Mrs. II. 1%!. McIUe By Miss Velma Norman .:
High School Journal ,'

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ja'kllOnand Miss Hazel Manning of Jack "

little non, Ronald, of Palatka, sonvlll Is visiting friends and relatives '! '

and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boan here. '"
LliE ELY FRIDAY. AUGUST SO. 1940 NUMBER TIIRKEEditorial ul' il1 >
and Miss Idel Jackson of Sampson Miss Margie Reddish spent '

City were dinner guests of Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs :t, I g;

Football Practice Band Takes Behind The Prison What Do You Admire Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sun- Lloyd Edwards of Starke. LY.

Now Under WayWell day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitehead \ ,
OUR SCHOOL Up MarchingThe WallsBy Most In Boys? J. J. Rigdon and Mrs. O. ,lof Pleasant Valley were visiting t't'I

seniors can not rember football practice has Crawford of Heilbronn Springswere Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe Sun ':
We who are started. R H. S. Band under the Grace Green//--"I haven't> found visiting the bedside of Mrs. I t.
when our school Clad only In the day. "
the time light- direction of Miss Marjorie Stump, Marge Chryste out yet. "
jr. M. McRae Wednesday after- '
growing thing. Most"know"it est of clothing, the boys dance has been Miss Evelyn Bloodworth of i'::
small making rapid progress. Behind the white walls of the Sara Barefoot-"Hit smile. ,
only as It Is now back and forth throwing a ball At the Monday practice the band prisonan Bobble Cameron-"I haven't noon.Mrs. Raiford spent Sunday with. Miss'Velma .
us It has ever at the same time. T. N. Norman and child-
,largest that They are a rehearsed a few familiar marches amazing is confined decided Norman.- ;.
puzzle ; quite yet. \
the sight to be ren of Gum Branch and Mr. and
much for grant- seen-alt legs '
We take so heads, after which Mr. Coughlln. who Is It la not given to us to know the Jacqueline Andrews: "Friendli Cecil and Gladys Manning11
and lit- and bodies, and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and childrenof
? note dirt the latter '
bat we scarcely connected with the Episcopal thoughtsand and pent the week-end with relatives in'
ness good sportsmanship
number of In much abundance. Sunny Brook were visiting ,.
realize the great Church, showed the members a fears of each human mind; Julia Winkler-"Nothing." in Jacksonville. : ;

which are so necessary But getting; off the lighter few formations on the blackboard We can only wonder: do they Opal Peele-"Boys that don't relatives here Sunday afternoon. Singing Convention I'. fli; r'i
and the. slde.-Those and Mrs. Allen Hall and
lathe maintenance proof boys are training in the music room. The have their break promises." There will be a Bradford "

.S our school Too. late, for one thing, to win. Weeks of band then went out in front of sorrows, pains, and heartaches? Carolyn Green "Manner In children, Harley and Minnie, of County Singing Convention at ,,::ril

.;ally" when we are on the verge practice will taper down to one the school building and practiced What did they so wrong in the which they act and neatness! Jacksonville spent the week-end Water Oak Church Sunday Sep ""i th,

leaving the security that hasa brilliant display' of skill. One these drills. worldof Dot Green-"Boys that are full here with relatives. tember 8, and everyone la invited : '.

our for so many months point of victory for weeks of i Wednesday, it rained, so Mr. jrives and takes? of fun and are good sports." Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under- to attend. Dinner will be a.> .

.? for the first time how work. You would think that was 'I Coughlin/ explained more drills on Is It just that they are separatedfrom Iris Crews-"Politeness and hill of Rising were visiting Mr. served on the grounds ;( ,
haven and Mrs. J. L. Underhill Sun-
Lies, those months might an unfair bargain. But it's not! the board. neatness-looks don't count .of Mrs. Marion Johns of Jackson'i, } .'
had we but realized how For among that sweat grit, and the rest of the world? day afternoon.
I The much. vllle her ,
regular band practice has was visiting parents, \jj;!'
how Mr. and Mrs. Everett Parrish
nttly they would pass would be to grime, they learn to be good been changed'to Tuesday andThursday Or Is It a bomb of wrong whichat Ruby Silcox-"It surely Iso.'twhat'lJ r of Jacksonville\ spent Saturdaywith Mr. and Mrs Ellery Sapp, part 't i':/
we sports They learn "
powerless help the them
behind the glasses. .
terly at 3:15.: of last week. ,)f'
and Mrs. V A, Brown-
Mr. ,
leal them. other fellow. They learn things Mack Futch, reporter. has been hurled ? Alice St. John-"The ability to Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Loyless ,tf(i"
of this school that stay with them the rest of If we knew well the hearts of be
I are proud want to get ahead and some- 't''Sand
We their lives. Remember the services at Pine of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. ;\ ;
More than Surely it's I .
t now have. bad not as Laugh A LittleAn every man body. Level this week-end. Mrs. J. H. Manning and 4|''I\;:
,yching, else, we are deeplyoud as It seems. as the poet knows! his verse, Ida Lee Cone-''Boys that are family Sunday. .J ,,/',,
of those men who make We might be able to mete out not 'flirts' ".
fine things possible for New Teacher Englishman, talking against justice-or Marie Dyal-"Neatness." GUM BRANCHBy Lucian Alvarez made a business {j'1', ,

many We have the utmost con- many things In America said to would we make things worse ? Nelletha Lavenda-"Neatness Miss. Elizabeth Harnuge trip to Gainesville last Saturday '

In whose a friend In New York: "Why, God has fit Levy Norman and dughter l| &
Lnce In our leaders MU. Dorothy Agnes Dvlavan seen to hold afar and courtesy !
even Mr. and Mrs P. D. Reddish of !i i' | -
ofr your newsboys can't take a off from Velma, and Miss : Manning "
Ends the full responsibility In La Plata, Argentine, "Here it is boys-read and try
Joke! Heilbronn and Mr, and Mrs. Drew of Jacksonville attended church | : '.
school rests. They are men where around 1918, (she won't us such enormous powers to profit by what Is said and un s :
I courage and strength and forest tell' her age) a beautiful daughter The American friend replied: And sometimes because of this, said." Reddish of Vanderbilt were visiting at Raiford Sunday. pyt j,'

We are humbly gratfulr was born to Mr. and Mrs. "Just try the next one that comes the dreadful ; here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddish: f Iji'f"{ ,.

fine characters that are Paul T. Delavan. Her very earliest along with, some nonsense and monster of Evil devours; New Piano PurchasedFor I Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and and family were visiting Mr. and it 1! ;1( J;

r and our prlncI childhood was there see If he can't answer you." Yet we should not question the small son, Rudolph. Mrs. T. N. Mrs. Ralford Reddish of Raiford ,: <'II f
superintendent and
r spent Norman and Miss Dorthea Nor- '
I I. I then she was brought to the I I The Englishman agreed and authorityof Music RoomWe Sunday. ; .
man were visiting In Pine Level
j know too that the mem- United States to live. Their first stepped up to a newsle saying: the one on High I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe ,
We will be Sunday afternoon.
know that
trs of our faculty have beensen stop was the North, namely: New "Hello, youngster, look at your We can only 'sit and wonder as glad to learn that everyone the Music Department Mr and Mrs F. S. Sapp werevisiting'In and son, Samuel, attended the i j-; ',',

with the utmost care and York and New Jersey. At the nose and tell me what time It we pass the has Gainesville of birthday dinner of Mr S. J, Nori"i .-.
of B. H. S. just Monday .
deration for the welfare of age of six: she cams to Florida Is. prison by. for the last week. man of Pleasant Valley last Wednesday ", ,
purchased a new piano
r school. They are cooperage where she has lived ever since. The boy quickly replied: "Aw, music room. Mr. and Mrs. H. L Edwardsand .: I :>.j 1'

teachers, willing to help us (By the way, her father Is an look at your own, mine ain't run Meet The Seniors We now have two classes of family were visiting Mr. and. Mr. and. Mrs. William Sapp ,I'

j every way possible to become astronomer and the principal of ning." music II and one class of musicI. Mrs. Ben Faulkner and familyat and family made a business trip. ::1'Ito j" ,

(e best that we can and rtn- the Fernandina High School and MARTHA MATHEWS Vanderbilt Saturday nIght Gainesville Monday. I ,

rely interested in our well be- her mother is a teacher. Their Maple: "How do you know Folks, we're Introducing our All the music students are Miss Hazel Sapp of Starke Jesse Altaian. Is visiting relatives 'I'i, ,,;

They are considerate, iniligent -, present location Is Fernandlna.) that's a dogwood tree ?" "Dairy Maid." Martha Mathew showing a great Interest In their spent Saturday night with her In Miami. d: 't

well trained, and pati-. She attended the Pasco County Pine: "I can tell by the bark." She Is a brownette with brown work, and at the present we are parents Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Sapp. Mr and Mrs. Frank Norman i'' 'I

kit. I School at Dade City and went eyes, and Is five feet four. learning four Indian songs. Theyare Mrs Tate Alvarez and childrenof Jr., and family were visiting Mr. ;; 4'\\
Have from there to a business collegeat Old Man: "There's a boy named "Pale From the Landof Rising visiting Mr. and fiJ" "
[ But what about ourselves I : Moon were and Mrs. Tate Crosby of Rising j j
She Is
taken time to realize keenly I Tampa. Her main college John Jones working here. I'm his In a very pleasant person, the Sky Blue Water" "Indian! Mrs H. 1. Edwards Sunday. Sunday afternoon. '!.jjlt'
fact time
w i many riches lie at our finger- education was acquired at South- grandfathet. May I see him? nearly every you Love Call." and "By the Watersof II. H.. Keene and son, Vanlca {'
see her she Is smiling.
p8, if we will only reach form ern where she graduated with Doorkeeper: "You Just missed Mlnnetonka. and R. C., were visiting In Shamrock RISING d..f
him: he's to funeral." You've all heard the saying:
honors. Delta Zeta and PIGammaNu gone your Friday,
months here
? Our few are ,
: Dy Mrs. II. II. Lewis 1 '
had the pleasure and honorof She's from Missouri-You'll have A good crowd attended the 1
t alone a preparation our Notes ,
ires Life Is not all a future having this charming young ChatterboxJust to show her! Well, this applies to Society chicken supper at the Heilbronn Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes returned 3'"??3'.0' }j 1';

\\i\ng\ It is now. It Is today- lady. She also spent one yearin our Dairy Maid. Martha hasn'tyet Martha Mathews was visiting School House Friday, which was home Wednesday after aa .,,1//"* : .M I

i Is this very moment. No power, Wilmington Delaware study- can hardly wait for the acquired the slow lazy man- in Jacksonville Sunday given In the cafe there to raise extended> visit with friends and 4;" ':,i i i

|o wealth can bring back a single ing art, music, French, and writ- bell to ring tor assembly. We ner that we "Florldee" crackers Ruby Silcox: was In Deland money for the school. relatives In Dothan, Ala. i' .tr\] :,

oment. The challenge that lies ing. I seniors are anxious to get acquainted -i have. She was born December Tuesday. Vernon Reddish of Heilbronn Kirkland I ,.
Mrs. Emma returned i
with our new seats In 18, 1921 In Jackson, Missouri. Ferrol Jones was In Cedar spent Monday night with his \''i"l: (f
fore us Is a thrilling one. It is During her years at Collegeshe to her home In Tampa Friday", j J
e challenge to make the most was Secretary of the Senior chapel. She' started to school here In Keys Wednesday night. grandparents, Mr and Mrs. J. S. after visiting her father the Rev. ? !I' ;.'

1 each day that Is given to us Class and President of the International Due to the heat Mr. Williamshas good ole Bradford when she was Alice June Harding was Visit- Sapp. N. T. King. ]rP i
In the 8th grade and baa been In Ocala Sunday. Jack Underhill of Rising was ,( '
ri to prove ourselves worthy of Relations Club. Besides, decided In favor of postponing ing Miss Irene Lewis. last 5 ;!
spent .r*
e tireless efforts of those to she worked as assistant registrarand assemblies until September.By coming here ever since. Margaret Gelpln spent Sunday visiting In this section Monday week with Mr. and Mrs "Wood-' ,

horn our progress and happiness also assisted one year in the then we will have acquiredsome Although she hasn't had much In Jacksonville afternoon. row Thomas of LaCrosse. "ys

us so much. It Is ultimately Legal Office. She worked as pep.Speaking. I time for sports ,she likes volley Virginia Firestone and Opal Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were ;t.Mrs. t.

responsibility to do our best substitute teacher but this Is her of pep makes me ball, basket ball, and football. Peele were visiting Gold Head visiting Mr. and Mrs. p, D. Reddish -. W.. E. Lewis.and children. ',11 '' '
Orlee and Clarence,i of Plant City',\ !(
help our school ,to becomer first real teaching job. think of football and-do I loveit Some of her dislikes are: teachers Branch Friday Monday afternoon. { .' ,,,
the week- were visiting Mrs. E. J. Lewis (
and finer. This is OUR When asked how sne liked The football boys are already who have pets, and serious Ralph Nettles spent i
and other last week.
boo! Let then show practicing for our first game end at the State Farm with SAMPSON CITY relatives
us our teaching and B, H. S. she replied people. \
ncere gratitude and remembert "I love teaching and also September 27 On that victor.ous When she was In grade school Frank Crews. By Etta Fay Dyal Miss Rosa May Norman of l'.

> t no school can be any Bradford High because It remindsme I day (we hope) our boys will she gave a comical reading and Winter Haven Is visiting her )
Mr and Mrs. Walter Belt and mother Mrs. J. S. Norman.
field In brand For '
run out on the Funds Allocated ;
Itranger finer its
or any than of the place I went to school.In won first place We find Martha .
tudents.esterday's. other words, It's ewell." new purple and gold uniforms.I Is very good at telling readings. children of Cleveland, Ohio visited Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thomas and ;j. '

She has many likes and among I These colors will also be our' We know from experience. Continuing Campaign relatives here recently. They daughter of LaCrosse and Mrs. ( '

school colors again. I II were accompanied home by Miss E. Townsend of Ft. Lauderdale | .
them swimming, Newell commissioner -
SeniorsDorothy are: dancing, Dr Wllmon plant
bicycling, reading, painting, and I Jean Parker seen out at Lake : RUTH SIMPSONWe has been advised by Mary Graves. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bishop V'.
doesn't dislike Wednesday night, -she sure did have to admit that there chairmanof Hiram Jones and Clayton Han Thomas Sunday afternoon. i Ii<,
Crosby married toran driving. She even W. M. Palmer, acting
beat the socks off S. G. with a are all kinds of In the cock of Thomasvllle, Ga., visited ''i;
Conner, Is working for T conceited people if their conceit people the State Plant Board. that Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and fl;
relatives here last week.
UcClane.-not bad. Is only to a certain extent. Per- bowling score of 138. world and in our class we have the United States, Department of sons, Reed and Mead, spent Frl- k i'
I Saw the funnest sight the other Ruth Simpson To the people Thomas Graves of Nashville I1"
sonally, I don't believe she has Agriculture has allocated $300.- day with Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow
Myrtise Crosby Is working at Tenn., was a recent guest of his
night. I passed by Grace andDot' who know her that's' simply Thomas of LaCrosse.
dislikes. the
obs.-smart girl. any house and there they were enough of her biography. She Is 000 for continuing coopera- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Everyone Is very proud to have tive federal-state campaign to Mr. and Mrs Cecil Lewis and
Before long, in some hospital Miss Delavan at Bradford High Grace, Dot and Sadie singing at quite a character. If you wanta control and suppress the white Graves.A little daughter of Plant City f t
Jacksonville, will find Missarlon of their voices and stand- In her large number of friends en-
you School and Starke. the top good laugh Just stay fringed beetle In Florida Ala- visited relatives here last week. :/
> Dowling training to be a Ing on the top of the fence. company for about five minutes., joyed the birthday dinner at the
will tell Louisiana.The ,
week and .r
Next: we you bama, Mississippi, "
urse.good luck. Francine without home of Mr and Mrs A, V. ;
Bill Never! see a Ruth was born here In Starke, '
about the new coach, Mr. Is from funds which BETIIEL' x'I oj ojOJ' ,
money Varnes on Sunday, August 18.
In Dr. Jimmy Brownlee's of- smile. August 9, 1923. When she was '
Stephens. In the Mrs. D. D. WoodardMrs.
Ice you will see Miss Hazel Freddie, Lorene, and that young sixteen months old she moved Congress appropriated Those present were Mrs Annie

fowling.-lucky gal. The Dream HouseBy crowd are setting a style aroundthe with her family to Broneon. It second deficiency act of 1940 out for Riggs and children of Palatka Albert Gllsson and chll- : :. .'
the control of emergency Mr and Mrs. Goodge of "
Jenelle I campus by wearing high heel seema as though she has moved dren of Palatka were visiting :
Hutchings is working
breaks of Insect peats. Cooper Maxvllle Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
shoes without stockings.Can't around quite a bit In her short '
I Stumps.-hurry back Jack. her parents, Mr and Mrs. D. D. ,
Townsend make up my mind about life. She started to school In tion In the work was requested Harper and Dock Warren of Woodard. of this section over the:! '

Margaret Pearce Is planning to Mary in mansions Joe Allen and Garland. Dot, Webster, where she attended but of the Secretary of Agriculture Starke, and Mr. and Mr.. J, C. week-end.
"itcr college at Tallahassee.good .- Some people I live by Governor Cone, at the suggestion Watkins of Ocala.
what's the verdict? one year. She started her second Miss Thelma St. John baa re- '.:'

going. large that, is not for me Sadie, didn't I see you at the year in Jasper, to stay three of Mr. Palmer Governorsof I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Parrish turned home to OUutee, after ;;
Loral Bennett is in Georgia.good .- But show twice and the lake once Then she attended school the other three states also were visiting relatives In Jacksonville -
small years. 'I spending a while with her sister :
For I prefer a cottage ,1. .
old Georgia. Beside the clear blue sea. this week? Say I I I Is, It the two years In Cltra, and one yearIn requested participation.The recently. Mrs. J. W. Allen of Starke. ,

Ralph Rhodes Is In some Military same one this year as it was P. K. Young School, after white-fringed beetle a Mr. and Mrs. M. Varnes and Mrs. Robert Sutton. and baby -i' ,

< School at Atlanta before entering A cottage small with I flowers last year? More power to you I which she moved back to Starke. destructive pent of peanut., cotton Mrs. Bob Warren of Palatka have gone to Green Cove for a' 'f.,'

West Point.-oh. boy. 'round It seems that Grace Green Is We have had the pleasure of her corn, velvet bean. Irish po- were recent visitors here.HAMPTON. visit with her parents, Mr. John:' >i,; \

. Doris Crews Is also working In And trees "so straight and tall really serious about this Georgia company ever since. tatoes, and sweet potatoes, as Murrhee. ';:

F. K.'s office.-these secretaries. Away from worldly greed and I I business. I think this Is where Her favorite sport Is swimming.Of well as many other crops-has Mrs. Sadie Murrhee. of Starke.( |I,

I Working hate. she spent her summer vacation all the ball games she likes been found only In limited areas By Miss Ad Nimmo has gone to Green Cove oaavi ';'

a at Jacksonville, also And close to nature's call. I Betty Stringfellow Is sporting football the best. In the four Southern States where visit. She left Saturday. .'
married .
man now you will Lake tan.-oood Ole that Ruth la the with the coop- Henry Guy and Miss Miriam
run Into A cottage white with pickett a Kingsley Two things very Department Mr. J. M. Allen will accompany -\ I
guy. Thomas Lewis.-lucky I fence Florida Sunshine. fond of are chewing gum and annoying eration of the States, Is trying Guy of Gainesville are spendingtheir his sister, Mrs. Albert GI..-, : t

A Circling round the grounds, I Selma Thornton certainly Is people at the Ritz theatre. to eradicate It and keep It from vacation with their parents, son, back to Palatka Saturday. *

clan prominent Insurance agent is And there I'd live In peace and the proud owner of a lovely (Everyone knows what she does becoming a well-established and Rev. and Mrs. James T. Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Hoat Hagge were'; .

lit tie Alvarez.-how about a quiet locket given to her by her "one without taking up space by tell- nation-wide crop hazard. The O. C. Frederick and family are visiting Mr and Mrs. Carl trick-]' '
Insurance, Lucian. and of her secrets.) control campaign was begun In leaving this week for Palatka
Ruth from city sounds.A only. ing anymore land Wednesday.Mrs. .
Alvarez is a school Away Saw Sadie Prince and Freddie Ruth was ,In our Junior play the summer of 1937, when this where they expect to spend the Cynthia Lee was Waiting: .!
of luck. at Vanderbilt.-the best place where birds call cheerfully Wimberly riding Tuesday after- last year which was "He was a beetle was first found in the coming year. They will be Mr. E. E. Lee Saturday morning.' ,

J. noon In "Mtas Carolyn Callstreet, Gay Senorita" United States. It Is probablethat greatly missed here. Mr Harry Lee and family, oft i ,.
W. Kelley, also married Is And soft seabreezes blow; II." It accidentally reached this Mrs J. P. Sullivan had as her Tampa were visiting relatives "

Working; at Camp Blandlng. Where I can sit at close of day, Notice Sara Barefoot'8 beau- What Do You Admire country from South America. guest last Sunday her son, Albert last week. .",',, ,

watch out for the soldiers. And watch the sunset glow.A tiful hands! ? How envious I am Control has progressed satisfactorily Sullivan, of Ther ,,a.Mrs. -1' ,1

living Reese Bradley, married too. Is lovely place in my mind's eye, of them. Most In Girls? according to S. A. Rohwer, W W, Hicks, who has For sale Adding Machine and, ,. .

at Jacksonville and driva A paradise on earth, Betty Green and I were telling Assistant Chief of the Bureau of been 111 for several days, has Typewriter Ribbons at Telegraph ;

a bus.-a uniform but he Is And only one who lived there Francine Fisher how much we Perry Galney-"Personality Entomology and Plant Quaran- many friends here who are delighted office. i iHERE'S
Could appreciate its worth. liked the locket she had on>. looks count a good bit too." tine, which directs the operations.. to know that her condi- fI I

It'Randolph Quarles married Is Francine thanked us very graci- Ralph Nettles-"Appearance, Crop losses caused by thebeetle' tion Is Improving.

| .-keep trucking. ously and then smiled broadlyand quietness, and 'unglamourness'." activities are much less Mrs Ira Brown and son. La- TO d6atiz ,

b These fellows are working fore llth Grade NewsWell said "It belongs t o my Jack Halle-"A beautifulsmile. I this year than at any other time mar, of Gainesville, are visiting .? I .

Railroad: Granton Cooper, ." Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Eva THEIR HEALTH !
James like thingsare mother. I gave It to her. since the campaign started Mr, z ." ;
looks M.MtAlTMV
die Kitchen, Robert Rosier folks under Mary Townsend, who la that Key Sargent/: -"Don't know." Rohwer says. Although the Blrt. this week. I. I ,J r
railroad In lucky. really getting way Jordan-"I think char- Mrs. C. L.. May and children. II
with Louis Its
we've seen so beetle Is now reaching
begetting boy you When !
Arlie seems t 0 mashing potatoes, bring; .
Sponholtz Is In Tampa again. Everyone much? I. acter Is most Important. 1940 peak a marked decrease in Dicky and Sylvia, who have been .
to work seriouslytoo. the milk to" the boiling point before .
Working down "
for the Duval Jewelry Loadholtz /'Personality. spending a few weeks In Philadelphia I
tell "
You should get Sadie to Troy its numbers seems certain despite adding. Cold milk begins to > 1/j

Compenythose Ire Sponholtz boys if E. L. has discovereda you of her trip through the Dempsey Sapp.-"PersonaJlty, I difficulties In applying con- and Ocean City N. J.. sour a. It becomes warmed by'the
Smart fellows Wonder have returned to their home here
I smoky mountains. She took some believe. trol measures because of frequent -
Dot Bishop, now Mrs. Billy chewing gum factory some Interesting pictures while there Enos Hayes-"Girls that stick rains. These called for and report a very pleasant trip. potatoes. *'
Fer- In the kitchen OUR
Miss supreme
Powell, Is the Clar place? From the gum words" John Guy Is leaving this week
working at their
noticed Ferrol
Have by of Insecticides
Say you many .
out he milk Its true .
him throw proves
Jean Sh Clara nandez makes It looksas for Brooksvllle where he has accepted :
PP good for Jone's complexion. I am sure "All right you girls and repeated cultivation to keep Use it and see how much richer
must have. all the girls envy her. though the boys agree thatpersonality' the ground free from vegetationon the position as principal.
Miss mighty bad and tasting your food will be. It adds j:
Irene Markham who we 11W Is getting Juniors. Is the keynote to of the High School.C. ;
' Well Seniors, which the beetle might live.
old had to a rich, wholesome flavor to -,
> you about last week. Is llv- noisy these days. They Sophomores, and Freshmen I what is moat admirable in girls." L. May has repainted his With everything ;'. r'I'
the other day you make. our milk. : .1',
room ,
building the -
stay gralnery screenIng
this for >>;
could go on ages assured of finer !; I '
had passed you are ? "
else cooking
JacksonLo 'till everyone but I expect I better save some "Since I bought a car I'don'thave Augustine, "La Fiesta on his residence.Mrs. .
let it and
baking. '
out. Too bad klds-don't of this chatter for next week. So to walk to the bank to make Grande, celebrating the 375th J. T. Guy entertainedwith -$ fiPETERSON'S j

at to happen again.Emmalyne Anniversary of the founding of a dinner Monday In honor -t
, Camp Bland tag.-go and i.eatonMorgan I'll leave you to your books whileI my deposits. I .
* Casey. Shirley, In Ocala get a nice tall glass of Iced "Oh, you ride there?" ventureda the City of St. Augustine, will be of George Hayes who celebratedhis <

(' Billy Plummer Is working In a spent Sunday tea and turn on the fan. friend. held In the Ancient City September 88th birthday anniversary at SUPREME MILK A CREAM ttj

t.l'Ocery: Store at Lawteypoor'naY with their Velma sister.Norman, reporter. -See you next week. "No, I don't make any." 7, 8. 9. that time. Phone 174 For Delivery : \! i"* 1 i



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from utruotlon of Bradford Count FlorIda ffI
vision composed of troops behalf of Said Special. ratlrl allh
a realistic view, awaken to its danger, and NATIONAL GUARDS I Maine New Hampshire and Vermont School on' District No 12 shalL Issue Tax next tativs grn"..,,. "' )r r :t"I'n) .

The Bradford Telegraph BACK HOME AGAIN units aSsigned bond in the Hum 'of U,T50.00 In low,.. t. bt Id III ft.
; County send immediate material aid to England if I will be accordance with the foregoing resolutions I'I"Ct1h' b 111/1/ ""

.... I to the camp for training: and a. described therein. ha\'e If :'rll,.
,- it to survive he said. Page One) the Pow", 1.trlJuto "t'k.:
hopes from moved the ,,
-= -- --- -- (Continued Nation's rapidly-ex- S. K. sparks adoption ,., ,,
ENtabUshed 1871 under the of said resoLution whkh wan seconded t Co till- .aU ,,,!.
The attitude of the Ambassador is of Court. Recruits a r It warned: panding national. Defense pro- by J. H. Moore, and said Much Stat!I"" ,", ."j III.ral, '""tbtu'"
hbUHhed'eekly on Fridays and Entered Second particular importance since it reflects the however, that they won't Ret,; off 'gram. General Lowry disclosed. resolution unanimously WAD adopted put to with a: vote all members and d..t..r'"II1.excise. ,"' ...J.",d 1';'.}.rt.U. l,"0,,",',t'u,.,

,t Clan'* Matter'at the Popt". Office at Stnrke. Fla.iRIDA -they will- be "initiated" the Two squadrons of observation of sold Unurif present and lurti.1 IM 'll MI\' I t..t ivI''n I W ,

.___ 0 views of the State Department and probably I first week of mobilization, which. the 106th from Alabama voting "Aye" and a:. none J. LEWIS"Nay.. lected; I I" }" I"' "!." IfV*
planes from u* o*
of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Com la expected to take place October attached to the 31st Division and Chairman of The Board of PublicInwlructlon pools ih. ",',. ,. ,( t
It 13 Ivt B B R. 'Zvl J
ing the heels of Republican nominee 1 or 15. I 118th from Connecticut attached of Bradford County, I >r
on the .
t'\ PRESS ASSOCIATION !\ in A round of some of the boys to the 43rd Division will I Florida.Attest: A an J(j 1-:;, ;ti1iC;; ;'
Wendell Willkie's acceptance speech ITS !!
I for Jacksonville W. E. MIDDLETON.Supeilntendent ", >
r.-- ) revealed a mutual dislike be assigned to the of PubliC Inr truc- '
othDa.td 2/&t1d \: which he stressed that the existence of the the State of Louisiana, Its mud Municipal Airport as supporting tlon of Bradford County Florida "wi""!!.." ,.,f Ft"' 1.

K. L. Matthews ____________ Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION British fleet is vital to American security, and dual. Edwin Malone, who units for the troops at Camp and Uoa.."ex-offlcli. > Secretary of said l.EOISLATTI'lu' JU.II"lar:snl)| ".)En ti.r141" ,,,,,.I.

it is apparent that the heads of both politi. I fractured a little toe coming Into Bland Ing. (CoRPORATE SEAL) 8306t.9S7NOTICK n. .'I.OmhA TK"; THsV
RATE r In 'the dark one night from Tennessee a/1).ndln..ut ., tj f, the iJT'
a tent 191st Artillery
The .
cal parties realize that England is. the OF APPLICATIONKOK 4, .... I
Yearly, 'J. O; Six: Months, '75c.-Payablo In Advance said: "The United States paid and the 179th from Geor- TAX I)KKIfteiuate ) %the (''''''*'' $%&,

Advertising Kate on Application United States' first line of defense. $15,000.000 for Louisiana and It gia will be ordered to Gold Head (! Bill No. 1 \3NOT1CB ) agreed,,, ,i b.,.. ., _
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Isolationist opposition, however, has so It'a not worth 15 cents." Branch State Park for firing That L. O. Powell, holder of Tax to the "I..t..r.anti ''liaiI''>f t"I b' 'Ob I

i cz: An Open Letter To Adolf Hitler Elmo Struth who la always practice, according to tentattve Certificates Numbered respectively, Ion Florida at t hinol 1 ; It It
far held up any real aid to England and has to make a statement on 343 Issued the 2nd., day of July 10 h" hell m th. f.n.taI
ready plans. lf 34 No. 214 Issued the 6th, day after tlw, first ,
II Of Berlin, Germany : "" ;
hampered the armament program. any subject, said/ of the encamp- I No Burrucks PlannedThe of August 1928; and No. 510 Issued be. 1940, for rallrll'anon 1
Adolf If it's all the same to lots of fun and I the 8th,, day of September
Dear : you, The record of the isolationist leaders in ment: We got/; War Department has ad- 1932, ban filer/ same In my office Section 2. (la) The

; you can remove the name of the Bradford their predictions relative to the war is not : of hard a lot.work" and we learned a hell I vised Representative R. A. (Lex) and deed ha.to b made.. Issued application thereon.for tax and hall. the consist term of CJr NPt'.n nffl'*"(?:' ''.

Telegraph from propaganda Green of Florida it would advertise Said certificated respectively em- Justice .shah b. ..Ix 0/
County your
The late Senator William of Year,
good. Impressedme
particularly Candy Dennis"What: '' within two weeks 'brace the following: described properties any incumbent'' -hall "

I mailing list. The sooner, the better. Borah, acknowledged leader of the bloc in' most Is the way the men for $3,760,000 for bids of construction at State of in Florida the County to-wit of: Bradford by(b this) Each alll..nd"'enl JU.II'e CJt i If

For several months now we have been the Senafe publicly proclaimed there wouldbe stood the hardships Those we I Blanding as a starter on j I HEH: of SWVi .except EMi: of Court fled hall be .Iecte b(,he S.
I Camp I .t..tor" tbt
least expected to be able to 'take NW of SEV of 8WV4 Section 25 ot tn. *
time '
receiving your magazine "Facts In Review" no war in Europe only a few days beforeit It came through with the best .i' the construction facilities program.would and be Twp.more 6 or t'I' less Range. Is 22 embraced Kant, 35 acres under, I I I bars of and the plan le lsi or t vOll01..)I.'',,.,

issued by the German Library of Information was formally declared. Other isolationists of US." I that"utilized existing to their maximum capa, Certificate. of NWVi No. 34.1.KUj of. SEVt of SWViSep. I .ral 401tIlralioli; election.Ir u"h next term pr"04&I
Al Carlisle "The maneuvers 0''
Place New York N. Y. Kay : :26 6 S. Range 23 Kant. flce.c
IT Battery dubbed the conflict a "phoney" waronlyto but what I city." Twp. I ) In the
were all right 1A..re", more or less) In embraced event fir
Confidentially, Adolf, we think it stinks. see France, Holland and Belgium overrunin think of Louisiana Ism't fit for I It was sold all building would, 1 under Certificate' No. 214., and, thereupon ion of I thl I I"I,. "ndln'nl' Ihll1'It
'I I I J"of" SRV4 Pec. 36 Twp. 6 8. thl' duty
Not that there Is anything wrong with one of the graeatest exhibitions of un publication." I I be of wood frame temporary Include flange. 22 (o a.t. 80 acres more or Governor Justice of u,th allp",. ,,,,! on,of.dd th
and would less In embraced under CertificateI TM"nren,
Robert C. Long: "Hello mother.It mobilization type he Bhall COli,
'the grammatical style in which the articles leashed! power and fury in history. was a tough time but we made wash houses kitchen' mess I I The. S10 assessment of the said property of hla apPllllltmpnt hold .till" fro"Untll.r",

are written. To the contrary. They are the Even following the fall of France, the It!" I halls, hospitals, warehouses, and under said certificate. No. 343' arter 1943. the anti first hitu 9l'lIll7, in II;

most adroitly worded, most ingratiatingly idea' continued that England would pursuean Jlmmle Sewell (one of the re- I administration buildings. No bar.racks wan Herndon In ;the the name assessment of Mr. of A. the M.'I elected 1942 to at t h" CeIersI Iu'ee"or", el",:

emits) ; "They'll never get me will be built immediately.There Maid property under said certificate"I six hold otri". for a It

,expressed, most cleverly misleading pack of appeasement policy, and the United out of the. United States again."I was no Indication when I No.the C.214 Herndon wan In: the the name assessment of Mar-of I the years first IIInlldny"ell'llIlIllIlf In Tu'IId'r J.oo.

lies we've ever read. But we still think it States should not risk offending Hitler, Joseph Walker: "The camp was the Blanding units would be I the Bald property under said certificate of(d the) The:Supre1p sUVI'esur or lilt j

:links, Adolf. Since then Britain has"remained firm under okeh but if I never see Lousl- called. of H. O.No.Miller.Unless BIO. was in the name el..ct..1 at the If..n..r''I.lottk court ,
lana It'll be too I sid Certificates shall he preceding the PXI.lraUon
again, goon. tI
For instance this phoney little gem the pounding of air attacks that dwarf all Theodore Goodge: "We had, CARl OF THANKS redeemed according to law theproperties event respective of a terms vacancy of In ollie,
described therein will
beHold 0111..
'from ,a recent address by' Joachim von Rib- preconceived ideas of air warfare. plenty of mud and rain the first I to the highest bidder at the Justice term the and there l h.> :? to,
few and of dust the, We wish to express our appreciation Courthouse door on the first Monday for the MUN..nr ho,
days plenty
Ambassador Bullitt at first hand L balance>
saw of
bentrop, German Foreign Minister : I for the words of In the Month of October 1940.which term the u.
rest of the time.
the Is the 7th, day of October
"On September 3, the rulers of Britain the war in France--witnessed destruction John Crews: "I'd rather be In sympathy and the beautiful flowers 1940. may Section hear,f.consider Ca) The Supro""",

of that He warned not sent friends following the i Dated this 27th., day of August cases and and dOl
*and France declared war on the German democracy. ; Germany than Louisiana. by A. D. 1940. and eXercise all III

only of the need for preparedness but L. H. Harper: "They can give tragic' accident of Mrs. Avery (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.' 3. Thomas In which jurisdiction a. a 'Inri,
; case
Reich. There were no rational grounds of Dennison. Clerk of Circuit Court, of flradfor4County members a RlaJorlll {
Louisiana back to Indiana"R. of the
the Court
any kind for their action. The German enthusiastically endorsed Gen John J. L. Dobbs: "I found the news- -Mrs. Neta Johnson andfamily.I Florida" 8-30 4t 9-20 of stltute business a quorum, for mTJJ,

people and' their Fuehrer have since January Pershsing's plea that the United States I papers (out there) are liars. They, .WHEREAS NOTICE ,OF The ELECTION Legislature of r slons.powers. and or jUrisdltg It nay OIIt II,

1933 constantly reaffirmed their Intention send fifty destroyers to England. Experts I said we couldn't take It but not 1939, under the Constitution of 1885,, (b) The Circuit
one of us 'fell out'." of the State of Florida did pass all times be subject to
and desire to live in peace and ,agree that this would not materially weaken I HK"OLITTIOV AND NOTICE or six Joint Resolutions propocinSamendments Supreme Court Ly that e.1t Co
Brunner Baker: "Louisiana Is I KI.K.CTIOVAt .
BOMU to the Constitution of the Chief
friendship with the British and French people the United States, yet their addition to the a good state)) to be FROM." a Special meeting InstructIon of TheBoard of, the State of Florida, and the same Inathe Justice call shall Ih".f bt,(, ,|,.|
of Public were agreed to by vote of three-
a thereof as assnclatt
The German people, however, have British navy, for convoy and blockade patrol I Sam Alvarez; took a'serious I' Bradford County Florida. dulycalled fifths of all the members elected In place of any abnent juillni, diioi f
view of the camp stated: "I and held on ,AuRUKt 26th., to each house; that the votes on L or disabled Justice or forJ
accepted with solemn determination the war duty, might mean the difference between I think It Is of the best 1A40 and at which meeting there said Joint Renolutlons were entered I ment to a division' but noil
one camps ..Henl E. J. I.ewl chairman,
I wan
pr upon their respective Journals, shall Include f
that has been thrust, upon them. The victory ,and defeat life and death to we ever h :jJiaOa; \ from a train- I J. H. Moore and S. K. Spark*. with the yeas and nay thereon,, I Judge. A division more than nhall ,IIt!.,
I inemheia, and W. E. Mlddleton and they did determine and direct three members uf. aid
theme of the Anglo-French rulers to breakup England. Ing viewpoint.1'Although'. .i 'ounty Superintendent of Public that the said Joint Resolutions: be ,'''u ''ve of the ('tile! Junir l'OIiI *
: the local men were InHtruotlon anil ex-offlcln Snere- submitted to the electors of the the Judgment of a diiiwrl
the German Reich, to take away the o back in Starke Friday, they were I tary or paid Hoard, the following, state at the General .:Blectlon: in I I furred In by the Chief' JuitlJ
I other proceeding, werehad
among November, 1940.
rights of the German people and ruin them A Few QuestionsAnd still on duty until Saturday mid .I to-wit: NOW. THEREFORE. I, R. A. less such Judgment case. iiiVoi of\'the,. (fI Cnl II) {
A Few Answers night. Up until that time I J. H. Moore presenter. the following GRAY, Secretary of State of the; punishment or ((2)) the debi
economically will be parried by the united equipi i I renolutlon, to-wlti: State of Florida, do hereby give ( tlon of a State or Fedrnllotltutlonal
ment was cleaned, checked and I, \VHERKAS' at meeting of notice that aJJWYnlMI iiuemlon whertml
forces of' the German nation and thus Who is Congress supposed to represent? :
put back into "stock clothes worn I The Hoard of Public InHtructlon ELECTION be brought Into ronlrovwil.
frustrated." A majority of the people of the United I on the u lof Bradford County Florida duly will be held In each county In constitutionality of a Fedtf
trip were prepared for I held on August 26. 1940 there was Florida on Tuesday next succeeding State statute rule rriultlil
Well Adolf propaganda the laundry, and all the other'I prexented a petition nisrned b3more r : the first Monday In November, municipal ordinance, or (III
I. anyway, your States.But "loose ends" "tucked I I than 25 percent of the qualified A. D., 1940 the said Tuesday being:' bit a dissent to the proposE
bas taught us one thing. We know now haven't recent public opinion polls I were up. I elector who are freeholder ment of a dlvMon by t rf
I Those attending the camp were! I renldingr within the territory knownI FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER I thereof or the Chief Jmllct 1
why your leaders 'have such grim, steely- shown that sixty-four percent of the American Lieutenant and Commanding Officer I and deHlfrnated as Special' Tax 'for the ratification or rejection of ordered by the Chief Junj
I '
I I School District No. 12 of Bradford the said Joint R..solutlon.proposI be considered by two duf
eyed expressions-it's from trying to keep people are in favor of compulsory military T. 'T, ,pong. Lt. Richard County Florida petitioning ing amendment to the Constitution I whereupon it shall require' t a islderation
Kldd, Sergeants E. R. this Board to call an election to of the State of Florida. via: I of two division' al
;, a straight face while telling such baldfaced training? Struth I determine whether Bald School I A JOINT nnPOLUTION Prooos-! I. Chief. Justice 1
and James t>ennla, corporals Sam L I IHHtrlct Khali l IM..ue bond* In the Ing the Amendment of Section 2 (0) The Chief Ju,tc! thi
licit They do deserve a certain amount of Yes. Ever since Hitler began his drive Alvarez. R. f.. Dobbs, Al Kay :I tirn of 2750.00 for the purpose of Article IX of the Constitution the chief administrative. oflii,
I of Abolishing Ad the I id
building and furnishing a Valorem Taxation; Court and rmpunnble
credit for their ability as actors. Adolf. .to "rule or ruin" more than half the peopleof Carlisle, and TR.. C. Long, and: I schooL house within Maid district for State Purposes. dispatch of bunlnr i and pIng |
privates Bruner Baker John for the exclusive use of the public BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEG consistent decUlona( ; hi
JaUam Barrymore couldn't do it any better the United States have cried out for such I free schools 111 said district, and ISLATURE OF THE STATE OF not be required to eiamini i!
Crews, L. H. Harper, Ed Malone, this Board having duly determinedthat FLORIDA: That the following: cord of a cause but may seer|
J mselt. action. '. Joseph Kelly. Sam Simpson Steve mild petition in signed by amendment to Section 2 of. Article conclusions of fact found b)
more than 25 percent of the quail- IX of the Constitution of the Stateof vision and state In (he opln
But surely you underestimate the intelligence Then why does Congress hesitate? Walker, Jack Shepherd, Theo fled electors who are freeholder Florida, relating to taxation accompanying statement w
dore residing In said Tax and abolishing ad valorem upon the law so ntalpd am
Goodge Bob Myrick, Walter Special School ; taxes
of the American people, Adolf, if Because a stubborn little group of obstructionists District No. 12, and having duly for State purposes, be, and the cussed and Its application t to
Morris Jackson James I :I considered said petition and the same is hereby agreed to and fact but In event of an tqu
you think they're going to swallow the are either playing politics or Sewell, and Zack T. Myrick. The matters appearing therein and shall be submitted to the electorsof vision between thou In
finding that said petition la sufficient the State at the General Electionof properly considering I cam
ungar-coated swill contained in your "Facts are sincere in their views but deluded in 1 two latter men were last minute and In all respects in full Representatives In 1940 for approval shall examine the record anticipate

their beliefs. recruits to fill vacancies left In L i compliance with law. and further or rejection; that Is to .say therein a* other !JII
in Review" and think it is the truth. But the finding that the assessed value of that the said Section 2 of Article In the event the Chief Jolt!
company by William Graham the taxable property of such district IX be amended so as to read as unable to act for any ran
.-' the mere fact that you are allowed to send You<<; mean they think the United States and George Sllcox, who were, I according to the last assessment follows: Justice longest In conllnuou

it out, with the aid of Uncle Sam's post- will not be affected if Hitler and Mussolin I unable to' attend "camp. for Is $$32,301.00 tate. and County and further purposes provide Section for 2. raining The Legislature: revenue sufficient shall- stead vice and with able like to effect art thall >

office department makes us think that thisgreat control all Europe and Japan continues her finding that the existing Indebtedness to defray the expenses of the
of State
STILL WRANGLINGOVER said district U $00.00 (that including state appropria RESOLUTION: PIng
land of our's is after all, perhaps, march of conquest in the Pacific? In to say, there IK no such existing form tions for the benefit of the uni A to JOINT Amend b,:;,,tlon I Ariof
and that system of
RACE FUNDS ) the amountof free public schools of t tb,
just a little TOO free. Evidently they are hoping against hope I. within bon<1 lM BO the proposed limitations to be provided Issued XII provided of the In Constitution accordance ,with and Article of the of Florida the Constitution Relating to Wuntrmlssloners

There should be some way to stop you that England will hold the fort. If Eng (Continued from page one) bv the constitution and law. of State Institutions of higher learning BE IT. RESOLVED BTLKOISLATtJItB
Florida, and that the issuance of for each fiscal year, and also THE.'
from* mailing out your "Facts in Review," land falls, they have the word of Hitler, utes of this Board, providing for, bonds an prayed In said petition in a sufficient sum to pay the princ- OF: FLORIDA! :: That OF becliti

Adolf, for there is always the possibilitythat himself, that he has no designs, economic or' Board the payment of $2.000 to said i necessary BR IT RESOLVED by this The ipal and Interest of the of State the ; but. after- Indebtedness :' Article State 8 of of Florida the Con.tltullon relHlr'

'I of Bond Trustees, be and u Board of Public Instruction for December 31st. A. D. 1940 no levy w S
a 'copy might fall into the hands of otherwise, on the United States. Is hereby rescinded. the County of Bradford. State, of of ad valorem taxes upon real or[same County Is Commissioner hereby amended aamended

moans poor dumb cluck who cannot recognize But do they think that Hitler's word I I "And be It further resolved: for Florida the,bent that Interest It U of expedient said Special and personal property property shall be except made intangible for any 'I submitted Is to agreed the elector to and 0

that this Board requires the Tax School District No. 12 of Brad. State purpose whatsoever; and Sec Florida at tit.' '
a lie if it's dressed up in top hat and tails. means anything? County Commissioners ford County Florida that this tion g of Article XII be, and the election State of of Itepreeflt1hb0held .!
of Brad same Is
Why doesn't the FBI the Dies Committee If they do they deserve a chromium- ford Hoard t on behalf of said district hereby repealed. in 1940 for approval
or County.. Florida to pay this do Issue and sell bonda In the lection. Said Section J '

call at No. 17 Battery Place and ask a few plated duncecap for being the most gullible Board of Public Instruction the I as amount stated of f2.750.00 In said for petition the purpose abovereferred I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing 8, as amended, shall readlows

questions ? group of men on the face of God's green full fifty percent of the RaceTrack to, and an the Amendment Constitution to of Article Florida XVI Adding of Section: 5. That ther Cloner's i,

fund money, now or here. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Thereto an Additional Section Per- In each of the County I
It must be terribly expensive to publish earth. after coming into its hands. This that said bonds shall be In the mining the Creation of a Commission -I districts. a$ time utah J
denomination of $250.00. and shall Empowered to Orant Paroles law from time to .
,your little magazine, Adolf. It's How do these Senators and Represen August 6, 1940. bear date of October 1st 1940 with or Conditional Releases or Proba- county a Commission"quallflfld a.h.
Interest thereon (and provided by tion of Prisoner be elected by the ?,
(Signed) E. J. Lewis or Persons With II r
printed on nice slick paper and all dressed tatives account for the fact that the United I I Chairman said bonds without attaching Interest Criminal Offenses Under Supervi ors of said county. at otM'Iht
County Board. I coupons thereto) at the rate sion. place of voting for
up with' photographs showing Nazis pray- States is already playing host to a Fifth I Attest: W. E. Middleton, Sec. of 6 per cent per annum payableon BR IT RESOLVED BY THE officers, and shall provided hold' bl'"

imgat the gravesides of German children Column movement that is said to be the i retary. County Board. 1st the day 1st of day October of April of each and year the, OF LEGISLATURE FLORIDA: F THE STATB fop that four the years County Comnli.101', .

iI A discussion by the and such bonds to become due and Section. 1. That the following elected In the general'
who have been victims of British air raids. most elaborate that Hitler has organizedto I Commissioners payable a. .follows: amendment to Article XVI of the 1940. from the even numtrlcts twO'
following the reading of r $25000 principal (that Is to say Constitution of the State of Florida shall serve for
: Who are they praying to, Adolf? Seems tons date? the resolution and It was unanimously one of said bonds) In each o/ relating to Miscellaneous Provisions and those from the odd four no

that we distinctly remember your for- They probably think the Bundists area I agreed to abide by the provisions cluslvf.the years on 1943 October to 1953 1st both In each In- Section by adding to be thereto known an a* Section additional 32 and districts thereafter shall serve the term"for t''

other in lot of harmless of the resolution. of saM years; both principal and of said Article XVI specifically applicable four years. The ,tchCommissiOners ,
bidding. any gods Germany but you. crackpots who march and I By this action the Commission I at Interest payable at Florida Bank to the creation of a Com- and compensation.shall of b. pro
So if finding drill and heil Hitler for the I SUrke. Starke Fla mission authorised to grant paroles
you're your magazine publishing just exercise. withdrew from the -controversy. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED or conditional releases or probation by Jaw"
too much of When these which that, an election be and the same of Drlnonera ,Ini--. -"n.v'yl. n !_ -- -
venture a drain on your will Congressmen wake up may be continued by the i. hereby called to be held at M hereby altre..d to and shall' b;;'submitted ; : 1t :-IOrrTIOl: ) r

purse, Adolf; you can discontinue oun complimentary : to the real danger that threatens the futureof Trustees. on U Johns the 30th store.day New of River September.: I' loridu A..' of Florida to the for electors ratification of the State A to JOINTing Am.ndCHrt'on: ,or of ib'

copy immediately. Being in thepublishing the United States ? I). 1940, to determine whether said jection at the next General Election or re- IX of the C..n"tltutlon H..I"tlnll t(' the I ItIon
BLANDING CONTINUESTO bonds shall be Issued as herein II to he held In 1940 as follows: nf Florida prop.rl

business in a small way our- It is devoutly hoped that the scales MAKE TilE NEWS tlon described the .question!and that to at he such submitted elec- create Section a Parole 83. The Commission Legislature may ; Taxation of :Certain BY
eatpowered REOTVLEOISLATL'ltiC .
sUVcs we can imagine what it must costt will fall from their eyes before Hitler bombs shall l3unds be.' and'For, Bnd.." and "AllnstE ditional to grant paroles or con HB: IT of TilE N..tlor

> send out free copies of "Facts in Review"to the Panama Canal or lands troops in the (Continued from page one) that there IT FURTHER be RESOLVED official supervision releases or probation to prisoners under or 0(0'Article(OI.OHID.Th"t IX I of: the 'onotllUI lat
of and are hereby persons r<
course a great compliment appointed charged with criminal of. Florida
editor in the to nothing St. Lawrence River to and designated the follow. tenses and the State of c.rraln P'
every country, say the weather of our Southland, :Ing as Inspectors of such election qualification! and may Provide for the the eaempllon: : or. .nd thO

: of the large number sent to other "inflaenti \ But if they wait that long won't it be but it must not be forgotten that inn w H.t, i U:. Vv1".'le"'' MizeIi'' the Commission method members of selecting and- from hereby taxation amended tie, and .I tois
and for be
0V. And- their term .hall|| :
l" citizens. too late to build airplanes and battleshipsand there are, after all, periods of cold LWV. Clerk 1 of such election all I of which shall of be office wholly the within length agreed to electors l and Dr the ,'
weather, if are hereby determined the ted to the Ion."
which to discretion "
So- if' it's all the same to you Adolf, train men to use the intricate tools of happened last winter prolonged as be duly qualified therefor I I of the Legislature. Florida at held the n..t"n lho flrrt
these tent I WK IT FURTHER RESOLVED tlon to be streEt'

you may' cancel our subscription\ and use .modern warfare ? shelters may work serious hardships that be anti the'I. Secretary hereby directed of said to Board A all JOINT Amendment RESOLUTION to Article Proposing IX of- day vember.after 1940 the, first for r.tlflral'

the money to buy a bit of jam for some lit Yes, it will be too late. And I am on the troops stationed in the foregoing resolutions and cause the the Florida Constitution, of the State .f I reJection. 9 or Attd',
Notic.' < Relating to s.ctlon
these tent Special Election herein Taxation and Said .'
tle German girl who probably hasn't had wondering how the Senators who now say Seta Ditto camps.In OctoberIn after the Bradford set out,County to be Published In Finance'' '. by Section Adding Authorlnlne Thereto an Additional the- I, amended" shall read. .hall ;

aajr on her morning toast since you began that conscription is unAmerican and viol- another newspaper article duly qualified newspaper Telegraph published a hf"LBture' of the State of Florida : "Action t. The".mot proP'.,
*t.rh | and D''. .
In Bradford rlbut to the from Hundred
:your program of "guns instead of butter." ates the principles of democracy will read I Brigadier-General Sum t e r L. fda! there being| no newspaper County. Flor.pubnTiVr'i taln Several' Countiei! of the State, CerExcise the value of Five' and to ..of
Lowrystated that approximately 'In said SpeCial' Tax Taxes Now Levied and to very widow *.**
-O- to saluting the swastika and scatteringroses 43000 National Guard No 12. and that such School publication Collected Levied j1"1 to Be' Hereafter son who Is a bona< Vt 'Ii'
troops will and and naB <"
be for Collected
by the State the Stats or
BtaOitt ,Joins Officials in the path of a triumphant Hitler.It be In training at Blandlnr by con.ecullve l weeks a period beginning of" four on of Florida been disabled. In ear
the 30th< day of ?? IT liESOT'VED BY THE LEO- eofl1P
October 15.General August 1940. fortune m
and '
Favoring Aid To BritainAmerica's seems to me that would be more un- being"C* of Special: | Election l'* omrS13 THE STATK OF The votes e..t 5Ofldand
Lowry declared H.IDA: That the said P rtelsr.!
that following with :
belief in the Atlantic Oceanas American than serving a year in the United the new Florida Notice I. hereby given that a amendment to Article IX of thWan" the canvas Ihall ?, .u
camp .
an insurmountable barrier to Nazi invasion States Army doesn't it? explanded from 32.000 to recently 119 and Special will Election be held Is at hereby 1\1. L. called Johns hatlnl.to!lVPn" of the taxation State and of Flor fin- returns to the same. r.Jul.Uon'! provtd rstrictions

like the French belief in 000 acres, would become one of Store. New River, Florida. within fii < thereto an addlJonal. a. are I III tIC
is much Yes. But the minds of our Senators are said Sp..lal Tax School section to be known as Hec- for general eieetiofh
IJIe invulnerability of the Maginot Line, supposed to represent the best brains in the; the major country.Army training A construction centersof on No. the 12 of 30th Bradford day of County September. Florida A., 15 the of Legislature said' 'Article of IX.the authoriztng State- of Flor.d.IN' .T ;STI\fOSY: WilE...' m.II;-<

William C. Bullitt Ambassador to France the their line D. 1940 and during th. hour. pre- ?ribFt. ]da.J allocate and .- have hCrP0l"the re'tthe .
country. Perhaps of
reason- program. costing from $5.000.000 scribed hy law for holding general J..to several counties of ,and a"I".d 0' fiorteTaiiaha5.

declared in a speech in Philadelphia, Pa., ing is drawn so fine that common folks j to there$7,000.000 la to be started elections Qualified. .I..ctor.at which who election are free the the levied *Ui certaIn II.t'tH excise and to taxes:be: hereafter now- Stat....' Ihr"..c.. or II

August 18th.. The United States must take like you and me can't quite see'it. 'I The shortly.43rd National Guard Di .hall holtl.r. by residing their In vote said determine distrIct to.inn'levied.Pl.rtd.a'and 'I.collected hereby by agreed the the 1940.18t del R. A. GRf..of
The Board of Public In'r" be submitted to the SEA L s..er..lar,
elector of the State of FlorIda 8-t ut 11-1


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