Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 13, 1940
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

1'UIOAV, MCtTKMtlKH: 13, 1910 N1nsutwi FORTY-SIX ,''I
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I Camp Blanding 'Coming To A Boil' .1

Col. Solomon Says lllanding Must Be Ready t. ,

New Rail'Line I 5,000 Laborers For Another 20,000 Troops 20,000 December By December 15th.1st., I J

To Be Construct: Will Speed Project Within the next. 90 days a martial city, with facilities
adequate to care for a population 30 times greater

Branch Line Will Lack Of Housing Starke and equal to an entire county the size of Marion, "
will rise like magic from what was once a waste area ofsand
Facilities Has Starke
Likely Run From
east of Kingsley
South Starke To Lake "Up A Stump"An Painting a picture that staggers the i imagination of one 'rl. ,
the government in action on an emergency -
who Has seen
Officials of the Seaboard Airline army of 5,000' laborers, never
/ 4t Railway CQ., were here yesterday skilled and unskilled, will descent building' program, Major L. Larson, constructing quartermaster : -I ,
+ J1 and Col. G. R. Solomon, consulting engineer, this j
; conferring with I Camp] upon Starke and this Immediate '
Ulandlngr engineers concerning s a vicinity within the next three week described the phenomenal spectacle that will almost '

proposed spur track from Stark, weeks. They will seek housing immediately unfold at Camp Blanding.To .
Yrs .
; L 6 } $ to the training area. accomoda lions as near Clamp] skeptics who doubt that a $10,000,000 building pro'j'j\ ;;

It ; to branch off the main track their Job to build one of the larg can and WILL be done. We have i,
i e above the State Farmers' Market eat! training camps In the country; Instructions to work day and r )

1 e ,# north of town have b..enabandoned In the short space' of ninety work night,-three shifts, if necessary.The j
because this rout, Ing days. It will be Starke'; A Complete City Camp must be ready for,20-

'fr would necessitate crossing Roar, I task to offer them food and 000 men by December 1,. and for
48 the shelter. another 20.000 by December,.15."
near Camp entrance. The
route that is said to be most The local housing shortage felt Within Itself Contract, on a cost-plus basis, ;
favored now starts Just nout here even before Camp Dlandlnf for building the Camp Is now 'f

of town and follows the old Green was dreamed of hat now reached Hospital Laundry being negotiated, and the general
The New Janitors Cove Springs road i (past :Mrs proportions of a major emergency contractor should be announced In
\\eet Laura Powell's; Feeler's) Lee'i. The local Chamber of akery?,5 Fire a few days Col. Solomon said. l

I Thornton's, Forsyth's, etc) This Commerce, which maintains i. Stations Included: The general contractor will be '
potball players used to say, "I'd die for dear old Rutgers." This I route would curve around the file of houses, apartments, and allowed to let sub-contracts meet- '

I Bradford County students are saying "I'd sweep for dear old 1 south side of Kingsley Lake anll. rooms for rent, yesterday had By the first day of 1941, If Ing government approval.

.9" Into the main body of the Cam;; the following to offer as avail Uncle Sam completes his $10 Col. Solomon, of the firm of ;
I construction able: five houses In Starke; seven 000,000 Camp Blanding construe Solomon & Kels of Ft Lauder- +p

|hen a complicated financial problem threatened school here I It was also "stated that. this houses at Kingsley Lake; sever tlon program on schedule, here Is dale and Troy, N. Y., arrived ;y.,. '
premature closing this fall, school officials took the bull by the route is the one most generally; apartments, and two furnished here this week. He Is employed t". ,
i what will see in the Kings-
u determined to cut expenses to the bone, keep the schoolsIn +'" ,' favored for' the. proposed new rooms in Starke. you by the government In a private '. '

spite of the lack of cash. One of the first steps was to !': "": highway to the Camp area. Ac However Mrs. Evelyn Stephens,, ley' Lake area: capacity as consulting engineer. I : !
In the county' and let children help out with thee "( ,,,'' I cording to this plan, the railroad secretary of the Chamber of Com Two-hundred .an d-fifty m e a ,a His title as "Colonel" derives : tt ;
all Janitors ''I''''',,;;;;,f ; ,,: and the new highway would run merle, reported that 35 newcomers halls for employed personnel 2: from the fact that this was his \

parallel, the same rlght-of-wa; members of engineeringcrews by 87 feet; 22 offl E'rs' mess hallo, rank In'the first World War. .
: : serving; for both, at the Camp, must be 25 by 72 feet: eight small of Construction of' the first buildIngs JJ:
Starke and one at Lawtey were subsequently rebut ,
janitor ,.". 'I" I Camp Blanding engineers were given accommodations by Monday flcera' quarters, 25 by 43 feet: under the new $10.000,000
is still for students to sweep and empty trash
It necessary
morning. 33 administration buildings 25 ty
scheduled to start surveying this; should begin within) the
I program
lets, The School Board estimates that $1,709 will be saved this u. 90 fept 40 recreation buildings, ,
route yesterday. Mrs Stephens Issued an urgent : next three or four days, Col Solomon -
: by this one economy alone appeal to the public at large to 37 by 100 feet; 42 motor r'pllirshops said. First work will be to i

list all rooms, apartments, and 37 by 84 feet; 18 Infirm Clear, drain, and grade sites as ;
left above First Graders Sylvia Crawford and Carl Lamar i wainwrightElected houses that are available for ary buildings, 23: by 90 feet; 32 necessary, and to provide utilities //10.
i sweep like veterans, although' their brooms are much taller ,' rent' She also requested owners) warehouses, 60 by 135 feet Immediately necessary: r o a d a. ,

i they are. Those grins seem to indicate that they don't mind to notify the Chamber of Commerce Other construction will Include sewers, and electrical power. '

|work at all. t Mayor when listed property has five fire stations, radio buildings, Early' on the program will come j

t been rented.Starke. laundry, bakery, guard houses, the hospital ,and the warehousesso
l right above Robert Owen and Ruby Green put the finishing and a structure providing for that materials can be properly

|her on their class room with broom and dust pan. .. Canova, Bishop And 134,000 feet of storage space. stored! and protected.

Sparks Jim Serve ; : To Be Tb service the needs of the I Work has already started on
f right below pretty Geraldine Sllcox empties a heavy-laden trash On City. Council Army of men to be. stattyned. at''I the first butWlnga' '.which ,will b* '
t from the room' where typing: is taught. None of the students Camp BlandlJa iC:;.*....eUctrlca.;,: used to house Major, Larson and .

i to mind the work. All seemed eager.. to cooperate. Tuesday 396 of" Starke's 701 On 'DressTPafadeProperty power distribution system costing\ the forces of the supervising 1

registered voter journeyed tithe $223.000 will be Installed.For engineers. Major Lornon'a office

polls In the city hall to marl railroad track facilltlei staff in expected to arrive 'here \
four "X" marks beside the names I Owners within the camp $22 ,OOO will be next week. These buildings VIII
Recreation Center Planned; of the candidates of their choice Urged To CooperateIn expended. A newer system cost' be; built down the middle of 'the

Irge (or Mayor and three councilman. Clean-Up Drive log $ GOooo and water system regimental' area.
N. D. Wainwright, Jr.. was; costing $450,000, as well as a telephone Cq!. Solomon said: "I am
H. Priest Announces 'Super Store'ilding elected Mayor of Starke with 252rotes. 2 "Staike will be on dress" parade service costing $70.000, will favorably Impressed with the

His opponent, W P. Smith, within the next few weeks-even be provided. I beauty and general topographyof

Will ,Be Con- J. C. Manning Sells \ Modern Ten Cent Store received 138 votes within M. Edwards the next, chairman few days of" the W, .Another principal item In the constructed the camp around site. A the road lake will, 100 be(
In the aldermen's
race three will be
,'icted' By Freeman 2-Story Building Will Occupy New Incumbents H. A; Bishop, 1...,A City Council reminded residents instruction of the camp 'feet back from the water's edge.In .
Registerruction On Call St. Green Building Canova, and Don I... Hoover,'were yesterday as he discussed Starke'sbeautification the[ building of 28 miles waterproof the renrvation area, and the
seeking reelection, while a newman and clean-up drive macadam highway, 30 feet regimental units will>face on this
of a recreation Several other Important rea Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Priest) S. E, Sparks, was runningto I which la now under way. wide This construction will require road and be 'fanned out' (on
In Starke to cost between estate transactions were closer of Madison announced yesterdaythat I : unseat one of this trio. Can- "Never before In our history 70,889 tons of stone or more 'roads running at right angles
COO tl:o (30,000 will begin on during the past week which would they had Just closed a deal I ova was reelected with the large have we been subjected to such I from the main road), with fire
than 1000 carloads. I II
(ore October 10. The recre- be of far more interest were they] providing for the opening of a I I est, vote, 321. Bishop was reelected rigorous and critical Inspection of : spaces between them." I h
center will cater to soldiers not eclipsed by the recreation "super" ten cent store in Starke. I: and received 274 votes is we. must undergo from this An additional six miles Col. Solomon served In a similar -

aced at Camp Blanding and center. The store will occupy the new Hoover lost his seat on the city ime on," Mr. Edwards continued.'New waterproof macadam road will and beonetructed I ",,capacity on four of the largest
be in "L" shaped structure building that Congressman R, A. people are coming In al- : within the camp
The J. C. :Manning building 01 council to Sparks by a vote of Army camps in the country
around the now Green will soon erect on the nost hour of the day look- this will be 20 feet In width.
building Call Street occupied at presentby 127 to 243 received by Sparks. every I during the World War,
pled by the Register Motor the J, W. White and Sot vacant lot between Bryant's* Cafe All of the new officials will log for homes or suitable locations There will be 865: temporary I
puny at the corner of Walnut Store and the Manning and the office 0 f Knight & for business enterprises.' buildings; 8,474 enlisted men'sents
Grocery ake office October 1. The election
1I&III8On Streets. The center House, was sold by ita owner Knight on Call Street. The build- aroused much Interest, asvltnpssed >t's work together and show ; 11,110 officers tents; two Want Lake Level
have 60 feet fronting on Monday to a New York firm,, Ing will be 44 feet wide and 901 by more than half of I hem a town that Is a delight to'the theatre tents; ammunition maga-
IIn Street and 45 feet oftase and Stone. The feet long. eye." lnes; ; rifle ranges; a 1,600-bed
Freeman, Urger he qualified voters turning out.
on Walnut Street. Part exact purpose for which the The front of the structure will Main point of Interest was the I The City Council last week lospital with an $180,000 heating Raised A Foot

e Register Motor'Company building was bought by the new be modern in every respect, according -i Mayor's race, with two popular I ought> a gasoline engine-powered lant.
'ne will be Incorporated Into owners could not be learned this to Mr. and Mrs. Priest. Ilocal men running for this port treed and grass cutter for use In Another sewage disposal plant

recreation center building, ac- week, but It was stated that the Tan-colored face bricks, combinedwith ion now held by Dr. W. E. Mid- :keeping the city streets', park, trill be built with a capacity of Engineers Says Action
mg to present plans. front will be remodeled, large glass blocks, plate glass) and Ueton, who did not run for re- and other city-owned property attractive Ive million gallon a day. Desirable As Aid
building will be constructed plate glass windows put In, and aluminum will be used. I election. The two candidates con- I and wellgroomed.The .
Freeman Register and leased upstairs will Priest states that this store new mowing machine will To Sewage DisposalThe
that the hotel rooms Mr. i ducted a lively last-minute campaign I
.>Md a Dowling of New York I be remodeled also, and hotcoldrunnl1lg will be equipped with new fixtures -I I sent out letters, passed I'be available to private Individuals Mail Delivery water level In Kingsley
associates. The Inferon water, etc., Installed. It throughout. Counters and around cards. at a very reasonable cent, Mr, I
was released here this I I Edwards said yesterday, and cash Lake will be raised 12 Inches if
was hinted by a reliable source shelves will be by Store Kraft, The terms of the other two
by the Chamber of Com- that something "entirely new to which are among the best All I members of the city council W.H. I nay be paid for this srvlce or Camp: Blanding engineers Pre suceasful -
*and by F. C. Hollingsworth, Starke" will be operated in the over-counter racks and sign holderS : Edwards and O. L lieasley, the city will charge It on the Sought AgainGreen : : In obtaining permission

led real estate agent who structure. Olin W. White, prop- will be chrome-plated metal. ''do not expire until next year as r Ight bill rendered the following from property owners along the

the transaction. Dowling prietor of J. W, White and Son, Special wall displays will feature I I Idermen are elected to serve for month, Points.Out waterfront of the popular resort .
approached the Chamber of said this week that he had until sparkling mirrors. wo years. These terms expire Mr. Edwards stressed the fact
lr! Growth Of StarkeTo
Ierce This action Is considered desirable -
regarding a desirable January 1 before he would be The Van H. Priest Co., has alternately and Insure the prellence hat a drive will be begun; Im-
Ion for a recreational center He ned to have all weed overgrown 1-. O. Department so that a substantial flow
given 60 days notice to move. operated In Starke for nearly of experienced men on the ately
a the state highway from has no new location in mind for eight years. It will be remem- council at all times. The other ;; property in the city limits nay be maintained during the dry
P Blanding, but after conver- stated. This cut and made attractive. All The postman may ring twice In season In Black Creek. Into which )
the store as yet, he bered that Mr. Priest first opened wo city official Clerk Carl '
*.> with the C. of C.. at- transaction was handled by Hol here In the Hollingsworth build- 'Johns and Marshall A. L. Alvarez, property owners who do not cooperate Itarke, too, If Congressman R. A, stream the sewage disposal plant .'"
was\ Impressed Green In successful in his latent at Camp Blanding will vent.
with Starke their
will have property
: lingsworth also. ing on S. Walnut Street with avery were elected last year to serve "
*!Ie best location for such a The same real estate agent small store and stock. His '' two year terms In accordance cut by the city and the coot for attempt to obtain city mall delivery "We would not want to dam-
!a'on.' The Commerce John 'I I I service. will be charged to for this community.The the property pf. anyone on
I handled the sale of the old business soon outgrew this loca- I' with a local bill passed by the the age
r referred the New York Uglow farm now owned by tion and he moved Into his present 11939 legislature Previously they heir light bill, he said. same issue arose two or he lake," Major L.. Larson, con-
to local real estate agents Charley Ward to Joe Peeples of place on Call Street several had to be re-elected annually. However, Mr. Edwards stated, hree years ago but after an itructlon quartermaster, said In
nwingsworth was successful Jacksonville Monday of last week. ago. Inspector for Tuesday's city veryone Is expected to take a avestlgatton by the Post Office making the request "And the> r
"18*% a deal between his new The farm, 25 acres in extent, Is Mr. Priest Is very enthusiastic I lection were Kenny Sapp 13111raham keen;: Interest In keeping the city epartment It was held that the government will pay the ,J cost of .
and Freeman for Starketo its best In view of the demand for delivery In aliing structures that might \
t Register located one mile north of about this new store and states : and P. S. Denmark. Balloting looking city' any
1M will> be the biggest recrea- the right of Road 13. that he will give Starke a 5c to was steady all day with a boom" we are now enjoying. Itarke ,did not justify the expenIture. >e affected by the change in \, '

lad amusement center ever Mrs. Nelle H. Nollman. of Se- $1 store as good as the beat heavy run shortly after noon. A water level.
Starke. bmWwil-fu g etaoln ahrdlu etaoi Clyde Priest brother of the large crowd gathered at the city highway PatrolmanState In his most recent conferencerith : The matter was turned over tot
cpnter will have, according bring, announced the ale of three owner, will continue as manager. ball Tuesday night to watch the II Post Office officials, however committee from the Chamber a ,
present! plans, 8,000 square lots at the corner of Madison and count and learn first hand the Highway Patrolman Chris Congressman Green con of Commerce and petitions were '
,of flOOr space bowling al- Adams Streets to Orle Wiggins Rents Office exults. Anderson, who has been stationed ended that Starke has Increased Immediately prepared to obtain
POOl tables, a restaurant, a this week. Wiggins declined to Architect I In Gainesville since shortly after In population has) additional signatures of property owners .' ireadta8r., resting, and state what he would do with this O. C. R. Stageberg, architectand Repainting Building the Inauguration of the state pavement> and the business of the willing to cooperate with t h e '
faCilities, and other minor property. consultant In city planning, highway patrol, has been transferred loCal postoff has shown a sub Camp engineers
cesions. An Important item announced yesterday that he has The T. J. Griffin building at to Starke. The State re- .tantlal Increase since the last It was stated that Black Creek,
t'lncluded er In the amusement $2 .OOO and 830,00, and is build-ex- reserved space in the H. C. Wall I the corner of Call and Thompon -' rntly added eleven new men to aspect ion. which flows out of and away

totlets.WIll be the Installation of pected to be a one construction story Insurance agency office and will Streets housing the H. C.Wall tbe patrol system.ratf The Department agreed to give from Kingsley Lake, would not "

It Near a large army Ing of substantial be in Starke two days a week, on ( Insurance- Agency and the he matter consideration as soon oe polluted by the sewage which ,1 r k
9 usually falls the possibly of cement blocks Mr., entlst office of Dr. O. L. Haynes Holidays End filtered before
upon Inestimable Tuesdays and Thursdays. all the, audit of the Starke re- !a thoroughly 9 r
ltito' Construct toilet facilities Such a center Is of itself Stageberg's main office I s In I this week received two coats of elpts are available-the first .of implying; 4.; '<
lI1en, and In this value to Starke as It will by oral-colored cement paint. The Stores closed at noon yesterday -
'* way the facUlties Gainesville, and he family November. The water level would be'raised ;
recreation of
''i save the double the city's at the pecial paint seals out moisture for the last half-holiday
city a slze- of have spent the summer feels by damming Black Creek There *;
IUIn. numbers
From Congressman
large 1 Insuranceigency's the 1940 summer season. '
and bring 0 n Kingsley I The Interior of the
at the Kings- Mitchell cottage It will be optimistic about the matter and tre sufficient springs In the* lake t
&l! stationed redecorated now until next spring 4.
ot'the offices were
J1" Coat the men desire to
i building camp here to Lake He expressed a usual" Thursday believes the service will b e to: raise, the water to the desired
entire* Lake army Starke lines: IfO. Work was done by Dewey business as on
5 i equipment was ley which In turn belp In building upon ranted; level, it was said. ,
1"X their money 'WIl iaml. fternoon.
of Com- spend prosperity.' of permanent beauty I
Officials to b e between I will bring growth and vl





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rAGE TWO nrt.triF-oftn rnirvrv TELEGRAI'JI.ilT.RKF.! FLORIDA FRIDAY, "SE' ,,"."'.._
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I this the t5th day struetton of Bradford County Florida I I 'Il.bI
lot October, A. D I 1940 i,r the (pi Il. D. IHO.L. I I on behalf of Said Special Tax for'I, ,
I this of next
Who's The Truth It Is furthel. ordered be published that in 1 ( W-) AUlu8t. A R. AORA, School District No. 1 shall Issue I tat i vd&1 I I j : .'t'
Telling notice and ordet a Secretary of Stale ,' bond In the sum, |2,750.0* In I lows; o I h. hi ''n ,, ,
the Bradford County Teleyrnph ''n
SheriffBradford accordance with the foregoing
In said County To HON. A. O. ANDREU, reno- ,,, 19
nownpaper published Secl"l I: .
and described
week for County. 9-6 9t ll-l lulon. aa therein. : Tb.
$ of Bradford once each I .
Sparks moved the .I.I
1)\.1 t..
four consecutive: weeks.WITNKSH. adopton'ot I tribute i t"
Conflicting Reports From England and Germany Befuddle The Reader : my hand and official I 'ro WHOM IT-("OCEltl on(led said by resolution J. II. Moor.which and said i Such the St5t... II '" alo\'a c..
of September.OFFICIAL 1935 I 'Ual
seal tl4th djy NOTICE THAT a aooun, ,
TAKE resolution wan put to a vote and Io th.
A, O. 19411. Engine No. 1.1071.1 Iel.rlil.. ."
Ford with '
The average reader. following believed in some official circles )far better chance of surviving ( 8KAL) A. J. Thomas. hearing Coupe It40 Motor unanimously* of Bald adopted Hoard present all member nailvoting -I lax...any. no"II'rllol' ,
: :: the official war communiques that the British claim that Em. now than they gave her' two or Clerk Circuit ( ,,urt. No. 2-12367. with an upraised ,, "Aye" and "- "Nay." leete1. 'H', h..ot.r" '
i ,' John J. Henderson esij value of less than $1.000. w a & .1. ity t 1"1.,
plre plane production has at last three months back Some cat- Solicitor for l'lalnt Ifr 9-6 4t ')-2 I L3TWIK from the ft at.
i :: .' from the belligerent powers, goes nelzed In C.unIY. ,'lol'hll Chairman of Th. Board of Public P"ols. Oll"al 01
I caught up with German. is pretty j! aclysm of the near future may August 24. 1940. for b.I'1 u"Id Instruction Bradford County, or itt'
1 around In something of a daze. the violation of Chapter
!erICH Florida.
i close to the fact. And some believe I j prove them 100 per cent: wrong' Notice I III hereby given to all 19301 Laws of Florida 1939. and Attest:: A JOIXT -

T:: i :; They simply don't make sense. that British production Is but they feel that Hitler has little .' whom It may concern that on the that It Is the Intention of Thos.W W. SS. MIDDLETON ing an AI"n REIOI.I'TO!
8th day of October. 1940. I will Long. Ob..tor. State Beverage of Public Inotruo- anti to ," "'",1 to
will ahead of '
The Germans for Instance. now losses while German chance of making his timetable Judge of of Tallahassee Superintendent the Cfltit 'n 4 oC
apply to the County Department tion Bradford County Floridaand
..;. :: f :: : claim the destruction of 60 British production of first-line fighting click this time-that is. of Hradford County for dlX'-harKe as Florida to sell the property above trx-offlclo Secretary of Bald ::1/ 10 the Utiln oC Arl,

war planes with losses of but 13 aircraft Is less than losses. subduing England before October' Administrator ot the Estate of described at public sale In Florida front- J I nurd. R. IT JUch"o"I': ." i.),
ci; I'I Karl Cook Sr. cf the Court house, Starke (CORPORATE SEAL) 8-30 5t \
.: :i' .'k of their own ships, while the The English have one very comes with Its fogs and storms. This the 6th day of September at rOoo: A. M. on October 9, 9.2 LF.GliLATUIF Thnt(' TiE I

;, .'i' : British on the same day. will !!I definite advantage In this air war. All through fall and winter and 1940.Early 1940. I am.ndm.nt.. "'
; Cook Jr., Administrator. Departmentof NOTICR OPFOR Aprf.1eaTIo4 J
reverse the figures. And the dispatches -i,i Only a handful of British planes early spring the British Isles are $-6 4t 9-27 The Florida State reserves Beverage the right to reject -, TAX I>KRIenate > I of the (1'1'11..1) oC A

of the war correspondents -,'! are sent over the continent. while,blanketed In a dripping mist. It any and all bids. ( > Hill %.. 181'NOTICJoJ I "Floridtt i b". nll h. Of tho

are not a great deal more 'I j',I hundreds of German planes are I r Is significant that an Italian news All NOTICK TO having('nt claims"ITOn"or demands Interest All persons In "nlmh'I any property right or or That L. Q. Powell IS holder lIVEN of Tax I agreed to the I u.le'l"rs. 1'1' "IIIU oC su"b...,

helpful for the most part. These sent over England-the Nazis are paper which often speaks for persons against the estate of D. w. any part thereof are hereby required Certificated Numbered respectively, Ion Florida at the tho
able and : on the and Kelly notified to to appear and make such :343 Issued the 2nd. day of July, to b" h.I/1/ out nol grne
: correspondent are ] offensive Britain's.raldi I Mussolini recently said that the deceased are days, 1934 No. 214 Issued the 6th. after th" the .
; file their claims. In due form In claims within thirty (30) : day first
.!;l honest reporters but they are on Germany are largely of war may last two more years. the office of the County Judge of from the date of the first publication of August 11)28; and No. 610 Issued Jection ber. 1940.) fur MOORY In

.. .4 subjected to an Iron censorship, a retalltary character. That That Is a very different tune Bradford County Florida In the of this notice provided for the 6th. day of September Section, raltlcalon
I Courthouse .Starke Florida within j by 13, Chapter 19301, Laws 1932, has filed game In my office 2. (a, Th
.,. and must necessarily& couch their j I!! means that when a German pilot than the Axis leaders were sing 8 calendar months from (September of E..ton 1939, to the State ,and has made application for taxdeed and shall music1 of ., .SlP'

comment in vagu3 term And I balls out of a destroyed ship 'ing after the collapse of France. a. 1840 else the same willbecom Beverage Department of Florida at to be Issued thereon. Justice the" I".t, or ,('.,
Said certificates
Florida or all respectively embrace off
.u..h "
void.Margaret six
the warring governments make'.ure and lands safely he goes to a Destroyers Will Help 1... At Admlnl"- TalahaH".e.' Interest In and to the following described properties of any incumbent tutu ;
; I
that the correspondents see prison camp- while a British Britain, ot- course Is still In tratrlx of the of D. W. property shall cease and terminate. I in the County of Bradford by(b thl." am..nd".nt. b.
II THOS. W. LONIf State of Florida, to-wlt:
only what they want them to, see. | pilot who saves himself with his grave danger. If fog prevents I Kelly. 9-6 4 9271OTICI Director, _State, Beverage Department u SEVi of SW' .except. E% of I Court fled _hAi _h4' -'ru'Q_. oC tho

..' .. Thus the confused reader must parachute lives to flgh{ for the flying it also provides a screen ', or loriua, sanla.,a'.... r'..... NW of SF. HW'/i ejection a time .I".tor. of tht "by
OF APPMC\TIO FOR K>-4 I 6 S. 22 35 Pia, "it
Ida. 9-6 6t Twp. Range East ,
: ;' look largely to other sources of' Crown another day. German for an Invasion over water. Hitler TAX ItKKUenn more or less embraced under hers of the lVVl.altu vOII" '

.. Information If he seeks an approximation -!| planes crashing on the "tight is known to have constructed '

:' of the truth. And. little Island" are of salvage valueto armadas of shallow draft boats I.. 1>, Vlnlnl IS HEHHRV holder UIVFN.Thllt NOTU'B OF AprIlE'tTIOS Sec.! 25 Twp.NW 6<4 S.of Range SE14 of 22 8W East% flee expiration, of each. 1 JJW

. : .. such other sources exist In this the British as are their own equipped to carry tanks and field Certificate Issued the 2nd FOil TAX IlKRIt... 5 Acre, more or less In embraced (c) In the event 0' .
4 enate Bill \ 1413): t ton Ib.thereuponb" .
of August A. I). 1917.: has of
country. The War and Navy departments planes. pieces as well as troops. That is II .ay. name In mv office and has NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVRN,,: under EV4( of Certificate SEVi fee.No.36 21. and. 6, S. a'n.nd"nl, ,

have channels of Information Hitler Off Schedule one reason why Great Britain made application for a tax deed to That K. O Duncan holder of Tax Range 22 East. 80 acres more or Oovernor to y of I
be Certificate No. 386, Issued the 2nd. IPl'olnl on.
Issued thereon.! Justice of .
: which have proven extremely This doesn't mean that Ger. needed the SO; over-age destroyers Said certificate embraces the following I day of September A. D. 19:15.:: has I; I I No.lens io.embl'ac..d under Certificate he .hal hold ti ?? 'rfrL0'n al',

accurate. They maintain many has lost the balance of air recently traded to her for leaseson described property in the filed same In my ofl..t and has I The assessment of the said property of al'r'olnl".nl /I

:r: naval and military attaches I J I power so far as the statistics are naval and air bases In British County. to-wit of :Bradford, State of Florida made Issued application thereon.for Said certificate d..d tobe under In said certificate No. 843 ar..r: t, tr.1 MOnRY Ultl: ,I
was the name of Mrs. A.
In countries with which we have :, concerned. Best estimates place possessions In this hemisphere. SRV4 of SKVt Her6, Tp. 6 S. R. embraces the following described Herndon: the assessment of the M. elected lt the tUcroor .'

diplomatic relations whose Job the German first-line force at With the destroyers she has lost, 2 The":.. .ontalnlnl of 41) the acres.said property property, State In Ihe Florida County to-wit of Bradford : No.KIIId 214 property under said certfcat. six 1942 years tD hold ffice eneral for.1.a

It is to coldly discern the facts, I I 12,000 ships as against 6.000 for the number In drydock for repairs under the suld certificate Issued 1 Lot 11 ft.. N A S by 60 r C. Herndon was In; the the assessment of the first htglln'"J' Tiett,
wax In the name of Empire R & W, : of & adjoining Blk tha td) The Janl"
unaffected by sentiment. And England. And Germany probably and those which must be Lumber Co. Temples Addition to Starke Section th. said property under said cer of the Stiprelite suceort,, tho

according to late accounts these :has more trained pilots. But It kept elsewhere she probably had Unless said certificate .h.1 beredeemed I 28 Township 6 South Range tlfcat.. O.No.Miller.610 was In the name elected at I the Court .'

.. observers are convinced that the,L does mean that Britain is catching only 50; or 60 of these ships of property described according. therein to wil the be 22 The East.assessment, of the said property Unless said Certificates .hal hered.em.d preceding respective Ihe terms gOleral.ltt Ilral.n 0,

I British reports of give-and-take : up. And It is reported that her own for Island defense. And sold to the highest bidder the under the said certificate issued properties described according therein to the event of a ,' ofr.
courthouse door the first Monday was In the name of Mrs. K,, wil he In
In the great war now going on i some recently captured German destroyers are far more effective In the month on of October, 1940.- H. Smith. sold to the highest bidder the Justice term and there ii. an ..,

in the air are far more accurate :]pilots had only half the trainingthat In the narrow Channel than are which I... the 7th day of October, Unless said ..rtffcat. .hal beredeemed Courthouse In th. Month door on of the October first, Monday 1940- 'I for the%HUcce..or, ."<- of shall'the' bi,
than the German. Is given English pilot. before larger slower and less the which the term. a.
easily described 7th., day of October
this 6th day of property be
I September! th.r..ln Section 4. (
An English Advantage 'they are sent Into com bat. maneuvered ships. At any rate, Ur sold to the highest bidder wil the 1940.Dated this 27th. may hear, consider al i The S Slprm.
day August
SEAL) A. J. courthouse door the first Mon. dr''
Thomas on
That comes as good news to Whether that Is the result of the experts are becoming more A. D. 1940 ca.e. and exercl. ||
of Circuit Court of Bradford day In the month of October 1940 and al lu ,
most of the American people, who I shortage of pilots In Germany or hopeful over Britain's chances County, Florida. 9-6 4t 9-27 which is the 7th day of October, (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. 3. Thomas In iurl"aic""i, a 'Inll'
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford a
,. believe that the defeat of England I a policy of holding her best men 'dally. And they are also becom- 1940.Dated this 80th., day of August County, Florida 8-30 4 9-20 m.mber. of cafe the ('oort majority

would endanger us. Apparently I In reserve for a future attackof ing convinced that air attacks SiOTICK Of APPJAT.ON F-OU 1940 of business a quorum: or it for... ":'h,

It Is true that British ,[ unprecedented severity, Is a I cannot produce nearly the damage ( .!!.<* n.u o. iit: Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL Court) A.of J. Bradford Thomas NOTICE or E'.FCT'ON pDWel's and -ju'i.d";taM n.";,
pilots and planes are better than I matter of question. American I and the terror the proponentsof That NOTICE R. H. Geiger HI HEREBY holder OIVRN of Tax County, Florida. 9-6 6t 10-4 1039 under the Constitution The of 188S of, .Ion.(b) The Circuit
the German. Furthermore, It Is i military experts give Britain a 11 I ruthless air warfare predicted.VANDERBILT No. 41 Issued the 6th of the State of Florida, did pas all times he .snbjmt, Io ''n i,
IV *\ A tl .1Qt9, him RROOLI'TIOV ANn NOTICE' OPIIOI fix Joint Resolutions proposing Supreme! COlrl by that
filed office and h; I ) l-i.KCTIO amendments to the Constitution of th. Chl.f' Justice Ihcroif
Iam.'nIY ,
. : ::' !' f And To Direct Road I made a tax deed ; At a Special meeting of The the State of Florida, and the same log the call timli| || b, ii ii
Army Navy be issued thereon Board of Public Instruction of were agreed to by a vote of three. thereof aN assOciate Jumicn
Said certificate embraces the fol. Bradford County fifths of all the members "I..ted In plt'o of any about
By Miss Velma Norman duly ", ,",
t".1: Building: Program For Corning Year lowing described property In the called and held on Algu..t 26th, to ench house; that the votes on or dl.ab"'d JiiMth, or ,.",
''County of Bradfoid, State of Flor 1140, and at which meeting there mild Joint HeMol.Uon. were entered men t I ii dMnloii. hit no d
Miss Hazel Manning: has retained ida, : was present E. '.1. L.wl. chairman upon respectv. Journals, shall Include thor" than om
Word comes from Washington' tions will begin as soon as Mr,, to her home In Jacksonville !' Iom. SE Cor of SEVi of SE'4' J. If. Moore and S E Sparks, with the yea thereon, judge A dll'I.I"1,, shall w".
R.c & Run W 375 thence Nl,| memberl and W. E. and they did determine and direct thiee ,,,,. .,f said cm,.
D. C., that the army and navywill Roosevelt signs the new federal after spending the past two 242 ft to a Pt of r.., thence N County Ruperlnt"n.I"lt Mldleton. that the said Joint He"oluton. be ('lusive (, the Chief, Jm

I direct nearly all I of next aid act and approves the survey,, / weeks with friends and relatives 47X ft.V 860 ft, S !478 ft. l E 360 In.lru..ton ex-offlclo ,('re. submitted to the the the judgment, .r a ,'litiItt
i "In accordance with this (thepresldent's of this section. ft to pt of beg.-4 A In SK'4 I of I .aid Board the following, Stile at the Oeneral Election In curred I In by t the I riii-r IUMI
year's $27 .000.000 fed era I.ald sIc% Section 2'l! Township 6 South among other proceeding! were November, 1940 be the judirimnt .f the CO,
) request. Carmody / Miss Emmalyne Morgan f UlnKe' 2: East, containing 4 A..r.. had. to-wit: NOW THIMtEFORF.: 1, R. A. less elicit "u.,. I illM"l\i,'> III
_ t highway work. I said. "Particular attention will be' o more or less. J. If. Moore presented, the following OKAY/, of the punl"h".nt. 'I Stnrke spent the week-end here The iLHseHsment of the said property resolution, to-wit: State of 1'lorlda. do hereby give a 11"1. ,or .'
'; John M. Curmody, federal paid to the strength of bridges with Miss Ruth Alvarez. I under the mild ..rtfiat. IMnued W H EHEAI. at a meeting of notice ntltutlunnl I I HUMII I, ", .d.1.
The <;l<:"I' U.\.. be hroiiirht \ ,
.',: works administrator!! said last the width of strategic roads adequacy was In the Mr. Public Instructionof will .FCT'O' hit 0100trlitn.l i ',
Mr. Carl Rosier McArthurITnless Hradford be helil In In f
f Indian nn.h.1 County Florida Fed
o duly conHUtutontllr a
week that In the Interest of national -, of Ingress and egress at !Town said lertlflcate Mhal be held on August 26, 1940) there was Florida on Tuesday next succeed elnlut. rule r.gull,
j'' defense he would concentrate urban centers and the servicing: was visiting Mr. and Mrs. redeemed aN'O'dln/ the presented a petition signed by Ing the first Monday In Novemb.r. municipal' I ordlmuur, or I II!,
I Leroy Norman and family of property described therein wil be more than 26 percent of the quali A. D. 1940, the said being a Indent to the pr.po.etfloent .
:: the 1941-42 program on of existing i and proposed army Mold to the highest bidder 11 the tied fleclorl who are freeholders theFIFTH of a division, by a ci,
roads and bridges certified by navy and marine corps posts and Vanejerbllt Sunday morning.Mr. courthouse door on the first Monday re.ldlnl within the territory known n\Y OF NOVEMBER I thereof or the Chief Jii.llr,, '
and Mrs. In the month of O.tob.r. 1940, an for the ratification or rejection of ordered by the (Chief JU"I'
_ the bases. Lloyd Edwards
and air
army navy departmentsto which 1 U the 7th day of October, School District No. ffe" the said Joint Resolutions propos be conxldeied" by Iwo dl,1
be of strategic Importance. I( '''1f our highway system is to and daughter-. of Starke were 1940. ford County Florida 'lBri ing am.ndmenl. to the Constitution wh.r""lol I I .hal r.'lul.I 11

: be function ofI visiting Mrs.. Edwards' parents Dated this. 4th., day of Septem thin Board to call an .. of Ih. Florida, vlx: 1 dlvl.lo"sl
Emphasis he said would as smoothly as that ber, 1940. determine whether said School A JOINT KKriOLimoN ProposIng Chief JUHtlce,

-- placed on reinforcing routes for I I Germany more than 2,000 structurally Mr. and Mrs. Ury Edwards of I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, District shall I""u. bonds In the the Amendment of Section i (c) The Chief Jusllct .11

operation of heavy new mechanized weak bridges must ,be this section Sunday. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford .um of $2.750.00 for the purpose of Article IX of the Constitution I, the chief"l., 0111
_ Florida. of Abolishing Ad the ,.
County, 9-6 9-27 bulllnl and a Valorem Taxation I Court
and motorized militaryunits. strengthened old roads straightened Pound Party 4 "(' ulthln furnl"hlnl. ,. ,>. for _State PurDns s."K dispatch of r"pul.lll.. ald Ii

_ and widened grades reduced A large number of folks from iv. TIIII ('lUtIST, cot KT. free for the exlu.lv8j- of district the public, and I L-ATURE IT RESOLVED OF THE BY STATE THE LEO-OF not Inwr be coiiflHtent required. df to,,'iKlon. *, I.

Carmody said the army and grade crossings!' elmlnated this and other sections attendedthe IUI'" ,, ('IIC"I'I' 01 KI.OH. thin BourM having duly I determined: FLORIDA: That the following cord of H cause but .mln.1

navy road I program probably 1 and obsolete structures replaced." pound party given by Miss C.OI.Vl" .. ,I .Olt Ilt.'u'onl that saId petition .signed by amendment IX to Section 2 of Article conclusions of fun, I fmind b"
more than 25 percent of the of the Constitution of the State vision and state in HIP
would take almost all the $137- WPA workers he said would Velma Norman at the home of nianche F.IN Noodle Of *>( KIIY: I fled electors who are freeholders quali nf Florida, relating to taxation a.c"nwanylnl Htutement Opl'I'

noo.OOO federal-aid appropriated do a large part of this supple. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Plaintiff I residing In said Special Tax School and abolishing ad valorem taxes .. stated ar
I District No. 12, and state be rusHed and It applluitlon I
-vs- Ch I having duly purposes and the *
_ by congress plus nn equal amount mental work.Carmody Norman Friday night. After en- Walter St. Clare Knodle, considered said petition and the Sante I". her.hy. agreed to, and l fact but In event if an t

_ from the states-a total of $275- said l the program Joying many outdoor games the Defendant matters appearing therein and shall be to the electors vision b.IW..1 thorn" '
I I finding that said petition l Is suf of the State at the General Election properly considering-
_ __ 000.000. I probably would not call for major guests were served a supper of OF IMTBLICATIONAND ficient and In .I re.p.etl in full of Representatives In 1941. for ap shall examine the rio urd rO iIclpnte

The program, he continued. re- new construction. Officials cake and fruits. Then some of NOTICE TO DEFENDANT t compliance and further pro or rejection ; to say, th.roll, an .uilwr' ;J

__________________ suited from a survey of defense:'1 believed he suld that the present the guests returned home and the OF IN FLORIDA THK NAME: OF THE STATE I the finding taxable thlt properly the anxemi'd of such value dis of IX hut be the amended said Section so as Z-to of read Article as In unable the event to act the fur(Ihlor any? Jut<'au'

highway; needs conducted by the 80,000 miles 0 f hard.urfacedI others enjoyed several house games TO: WALTER I : ST. CLARE trict accoidlng to the last HHHBHM.ment follotVM: Justice longest in f'"llnuO,
before KNODLIO whose for $tlt. and County purposes Section 2. The Legislature shall vice and able to ::00, i I
place of renldence
public roads administration and highways would meet strategic leaving. Everyone -
i I reported provide ,
Is for
I 1 care of Del Mar Morrlt I $32.30100 and further I raising revenue .stead with like, effect I
I -
_ .' state highway directors at the requirements If properly rein having had a fine time. Apartments.. Cheltenham flndln. that Indebted- ......, to'-defray' the-,expenses. of the

request of President Roosevelt. forced. However, he said there Singing Contention, (lermnntown, Philadelphia I Is to. said district Is $00.00 (that .q. for'"i-iuuing' aiaie approprialons A JOINT IU: ling r
I Pennsylvania. nay, there IM no such existing the benefit of the unl- >OI.rTIX
lie said the survey report will be I appeared to be a need for some' The BI'adford'County Singing I You are hereby required to ap. Indebtedness), and that the amount form system of free public schools to Amend : 1'01' of A

presented to the White House : 6.000 miles of "access" or "ap Convention met at Water Oak pear either personally or by At. nf In bonds HO proponed to be Issued provld.d of In accordance with Article of of the Con.tlllon' lo r 00111'
torney -to within the limitations provided the Constitution, and l'lorlda H.latn
the Bill of of the
I' Church Complaint ,
perhaps this week. and 'opera proach roads. last Sunday Quite a herein filed against you In the by the constitution and laws of State Institutions of higher learn. ". BIkEoisLATPKE

I large crowd attended in spite of above entitled cause. on or b.fnr. Florida, and that the issuance of ing. for each fiscal' year, and also BE IT n.n:1:
the bad the 7th dav of O.tob.r. A. D. 1940 bonds HS prayed in said petition l la a sufficient' Sum to Pay the principat > 9i.tior
-.i-II1 close to you as possible without weather. We were hon. as required by necessary, and interest of the existing in- OF FLORIDA: That
These onatlltii0t
Are Lw.
Danger ored to have one of the Orange "Urad ford Is BK IT RESOLVED by this The lebtedneHs of the State; but after Article 8 of the ( r.taUu
knocking you down? hereby designated Telelraph. Board of Public Instruction for December lIst, A. D. State of Florida.
Months For ChildrenThe Grove String Band boys present In a. the County of Bradford. of ad valorem taxes 1940 no levy County Commisxlonern b. 'M
Hiilr For The Driver: paper which this Order shall State of upon real or anienW.
I and enjoyed several numbers by be published once a week for four "Florida that It Is expedient and personal property except same Is hereby
and 'I
_ 1. Begin today. if you have him I (4) consecutive weeks. for the bent Inter..t of said Special property, han be made Intanalbl.any amended is agreed to
fact that more children not already done so to observeall ; during the afternoon.Mr. WITNESS my hand and the seal Tax School District No. 12 of Brad I State purpose. whatsoever; and Sec- submitted to I the el.rto.tICelection
I Wesley Loyless and Esta of ofl... at Starke Bradford ford County Florida that this I .Lm.'i of Article XII be, and the State of Florida at ,i
between the ages of 3, and 14 SCHOOL, signs. During the Manning of Jacksonville (' Florida thin 29th day of Board on b..hal of said district Slm. Is hereby repealed.A of n..prea..llaUv
were killed during the months of summer you may have acquired spent AUKtint' A. n.. 1940. do Issue bonds In the held In 140 for approvlJecton. 5 .}
the week-end amount of Said Section
here with Mr. and (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) $2,75000 for the
_ _E_ September and October last year I the habit of Ignoring these signs; Mrs. :J. H. Manning.Mr. A. J. Thomas as stated In said petition purpose above an JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing i, amended shall read

_______________ than, any other months of the break it now. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad referred to, and, the Amendment to Article XVI of low : ,
and Mrs. BK IT Constitution of Florida 5. That Ih.r
I W. B. Bloods- ford County, Florida. 8-30 6t 927OTIC.I FURTHER RESOLVED Adding Section J r
school year Is of grim Importance 2. Children especially young worth and that said bonds shall be In the Thereto an Additional Section Per- In ea..t of the <"in'y1'
family and |
_ according to the National Conservation -{ I denomination of $26000 and shall n'ttllthe Creation of a CommisSion dlotrlrta, as .hal'I
children. are liable to do the unexpected Norman. of RaLford. were visit. OF ":L. ('T'O" bear date of October let 1940. with Empowered to Grant Paroles law from time to Jm.

p- Bureau. accident prevention -j ; they act first and think ing Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman To the Sheriff of Bradford Interest thereon (and provided by or Conditional Releases or Probation -I county a Oominii'Hloi" .h?'
of '
County the of of
Florida said Prisoners
bonds the
Stat. : or Persons qualflf
department of the Association without With b. elected bv
I afterwards. When you have to here Saturday night. R. I it ) That 1 .H. A. I coupons thereto attaching) at the rate interest I Criminal Offenses, Under SupervlIT or. of said county, .t t '
of Security and Casulty Executives. RAY, Secretary of *
i drive past a child playing near Mrs. Walter Lee of State State the of 6 per cent per annum, place of voting for ?/ ,
of Florida do hereby give on the 1st payabl. HR IT RESOLVED shall h1 hit
5-, 1| day of April BY THE officers. and
the street slow down. He notice that b
may visiting Mr. and Mrs. athlc.41ItAt. 1st provided
Levy day of October of each I.F.nISI.ATJHE OF THE STATE for four years.
These facts are Important to dart out In front of : .1'.10' and such y..ar1 Comm"
your car. Norman and family of Vauder- bonds to become due and that the County .
the of Starke and Brad I Wil he held In Bradford County payable as. follows: Section 1. That the following elected In the etier5i '
people 1 3. Be especially observant of bllt Friday night. of Florida, on Tuesday next $J50'00 P (that la to amendment, to Article XVI of the 1940. from the even numbetrl.t

ford County also. With schools parked cars. In addition to the I Mrs. J. W. Knight and daugh. November.succeeding A.the D first Monday In one of : rdcIPn ) In each say ol Constitution of the State of Florida shall serve fur odd IWO 0.
1940 the said the relating to Miscellaneous the
opening and many children attending ,fact that a parked car Is as much ter. Sandra and Mrs. Ellen Bar. Tue.rlnr helnir theFIFTH ____ ____ ____ clu"lv.years on 1941 to 195J.let both In- by adding thereto an Provisions additional districts and those shall from serve for four

_ for the first time and I an obstruction: to visibility as a ber and sons, Bobby and Jerry. For I'nlteil I) ,V OK NOYKMIIKII of said years October; both principal In each and Section to be known as Section 32 and thereafter the term' i

____ out from under the watchful eyes 1 blind corner children all of Jacksonville State of tale Senator from the I Interest payable at Florida Bank of said' Article XVI specifically ap four years. The pow''band '
I {I many customarily -; spent the Florida for a t.rln of a' )Starke Stark Fla. plcable to the creation of a Com compensation of

of parents and nurses, the elementof play In and about parked week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.F. For six f-ven years((7)from Presidential Jan. 3. 1941 I RE IT FURTHER RESOLVED or authorlaed to grant paroles Commissioner .hal b. pr-
danger to children has in Elec that an election be conditional releases or "
our ,cars. M. Norman. tors) Is and the same of prisoners probation by law. __
creased. For one Representative I hereby called to be held at under supervision. Is I I
I Mrs. Clyde Manning; and chil. of t hSecond 0. ?\frfj New River; -Florida I hereby agreed to and shall h. .11 h. A JOINT KI0'f'nT: of
Congren, lonal
Automobile drivers and children BOATDRAIN dren of Starke are visiting Mr.,1 I "f the State of .Florida.DI.irt.t the / on Ii. th. of September A. of.wuteu Florida to the.for electors' of the State I ni to Am.nd .lon of.t.
140. ratification or the
rejection of Con.ltuII"n
I -
allKa must be very careful. especially and Mrs. J. H. Seventy-Seventh Congress of wh.the. said at the Ibl
Manning and family next General Election
of Floridti
Ry Sir Z. Z. Orlffla the United States I ibdha lndbeth"u as herein to be held 'In property
during these two danger of this section. For ttt such Sire. 194 as follows: of Certain
of ,
I Governor the State of the ton
I question "lectlon 32 The
ton to Legislature
m-r.ths. A set of rules for drlvrn -I Mrs. Melba Kelsey of Oviedo Wadues Bloodsworth of Ralford For Florida.S/cItarv of State of b. .0' Bonds" and he submitted"Against. a Parol. Commission may empow.r.d Taxaton'| R 1 >(I.VF lTLF.OHH.A'UH

pjJd children have been and: Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre of spent Saturday night with his of Florida. the State i I Honda RH. IT and'URTHER umonal releases grant or paroles or con- : J"" THY.I.

_ _ worked up. and If they are ob- Florahom were visiting Mr. and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. For of Attorney Florida.General of the State hat there b. and are HFROLVFO'' official supervision probation to prisoners under or 0( I'LOFI''hnl; I ["n'UI.

,_._ _ sr.ved: strictly there will be few Mrs. John Prevatt Sunday.Mr. Norman of Vanderbilt. For Comptroller of the State of ,, pointed and designateul the follow- persons ffnM"M! and charged with criminal of- Artcle. tat. of 5itri'. 'ortaln) I V'

._______ If accidents In this county Mr. and Mrs. Flnrlda. : InK a. Inspectors of such election, may Provide for the the exemption of th-
A. qualification
. any and Mrs. Ralph Gainey A. Edwardsand For of 1. ( Priest. O. O. and method of select.1. from taxation hj .nl ,
1 ._ 'r.AMlr.r. the State of and H. .. MI.el lug the ?
dung: the school family of Brooker Johns and Commission members
year. and children were visiting Mrs. and Mr. a. I r"W8 n. W. for their and hereby lu."nd..d. h.111' b.

__ Rules For The Child: K. E. Lee of Bethel Sunday after. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis of Worth.I I For Superintendent of the State of Public InJunction !I of Whom a" Clerk are hereby of such determined election. all of Which '"L"1..0 hall *be office wholly the within length ed. agreed to the to elec'ii"' ,; ,?' >,
of be the
1. Always cross the street under Ington Springs were visiting relatives l Flor-j I I Bic duly therefor. t. discretion the Legislature." Florida at the n.XI t'on'ft|
.. noon.Mr. of For Commissioner;, of orlcultlr.1' IT 'URTBtn( RESOLVED Ion to be held "'r' social
this section A
_ t the supervision of an officer or and Mrs. Ellis Sullivan : Sunday. of the State of "' ,, that be the Secretary of said Board ln/ JOINT RESOLUTION Fropos- day after the flr.' raIltI-

teacher If one Is present; always I were visiting her father and I Everyone remember church services for Two Justices of the Supreme, ', the and foregoing I. hereby directed to cause the an Constitution Amendment to : of v..mb.r. 1940. for
observe the traffic lights: whetheror at Water Oak this week Court of the State of Florida i I I Notice ot r..oluU.n.' and the : Florida' Relating the t'af of rejection. of Arlielt,
_ mother, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Grlf- For One Railroad Commissioner herein. Finance to Mould Section
not there la a traffic signal fls. Sunday. end. State of Florida. of I after the Bradford set, out' to h" Published In ditionl! by Addlnt Thereto an Ad. I am.nded. shall rfrt II

always look both ways before For State S..nato. for Fifteenth dUly County Telegraph a Legislature tt.f.-'M.rtt to-wlt ".holI.mpt
qualified :
Mrs. S. F'. Grlffls and children sjn of the state I' at Stark. In newspaper published to Allocate' of the 'I "Meet Ion 9. T"n prof
crossing the street. The driverma Typewriter ribbons ol- all kinds Bradford and Distribute
; Florida. County Ftor. the from taxaton
: "
: .. / not be on his job; you should were visiting Mrs. W. E. Green for sale at the Telegraph office.TO For T1". Member of the House of Ida iishd. there I II being said no newspaper pub- lain Several Counties i Tare.' of the &t.o Cer-I I, the value of and i (""" ."
Sunday. gepreiientallv. of the State of1 I District Tax School n.M"e Now Levied and to every widow tide ,tt
: be on yours. No. 12. and that such pub. l2ruH! and to Be Hereafter who Is a bona ?
Carswell Harrell of lake Cityis aii.F' IsvEIv For II Ilcalon be for Collected .on M" IDOl>
Countv a perIod of four ofeVFlorldad by the Stats State and or I Ih..n
: : 2. Do not run Into the street spending some time with his IV TIIH C'IIU'IIT COt'KT 1.A"'n For Sheriff. 3udg. : "On.e..utv. wepk. beginning on disabled In war
t. .. in pursuit of a ball or playmate FOIl fllttllFORII for NT 'II. Tar Clerk of the August 1940 tT HE OI.VF.D RY THE LEO- .
Circuit I and fortune.
brother-in-law and .Ki.oitiii. Court. said '0
sister Mr. and KHitirii jrniriM, For Notice of Special I IRI.ATlRt!: OF THE ca.t i
Cn'inty STATt votes
.. without first making sure you Mrs. Ralph Gainey. rnifiir. ix ('11 ,:Ii(".11(". For Tax Collector.Assessor of Tan being: Election I : That t h. following! OF with The said pr .d.daral'thpr.of. seer'
lt will be able to return to the curb Delia Johnson, For County Notice II hereby amendment to canvas5.
given IX
of the "
Z. Z. Grlffls and Willie Green. Plaintiff I I lie Superintendent of Pub. Special Election I. that a ( Of Artcl. and the 5ttill bO
Instruction. hereby called on.tluton of Floraiic'e returns '
_ : safely. Pervls and Kling Grlffts were -vsEmmett- Johnson For Five County Commissioners and Store will held at M. I.., Johna ,r..latnl to taxation and fln- to the lame reIui11100CstrictiOfl

; 3. Do not annoy drivers by visiting R. L. Lee Sunday. Defendant.. 1'.1 Board Three JI.mb.r of the County said Special New River Tax Florida Within Lf addlnt thereto al ddl22 I 5F. > In lb
I : their IN TUB NA.MK OF THR Instruction. No. 12 of School District 15 known as Sec- for general .I"cton
running alongside cars or Pearl Dees of STATE For Bradford ton of said
Hampton was OF !FLORIDA. OREKTINU of the Peace In and for "n the County. Florida Artiel. Ix- authorlainI of ) I.
30th ,
,. darting in and out of the street In this section on business: Saturday TOr Kmmett Johnson, whose: reel via following Justice D. 1940 and during day of September A. Lglalatur.. of the State 'Itsi \

: : without warning. How would dence and address are unknown. No.: I. scribed by law for the hours pre. tribute to *' and dls- or.t
: holding
,. .: ion are hereby notified and requtr.t In DI.trlct..t .I.clln". at g.nera1 the State certain. count.a of fIO :
like which
you to have motorists make Albert Testimony excise
Griffis the
was visiting In ] to appear to the bill of Whereof election the levied and tl'.
; a game of trying to drive as Hampton Saturday. complaint filed herein against you h..r..lntD set my hand qualf..d r residing electors in are free. after i ..."ole"ted and to be Talaha..e. of AUg'
on or before fx..d th. Oreat Seal of th. shall said diatrtct .
Monday the 7th by
day their FlorIda agriSS
Florida vot. j
at hereby
Tallahassee. determln. I '
Uf. A.' The Board anJf : t R. I
ot In. Jjall.i.b* submitted I the SEAL r'
.; l.I_ PUblo State of Florlllo 5,9 tt 11-2 lor (

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1 Many Deaths Caused cup, jacket, or shirt may. save

High School Journal By Hunting Accidents!JI I your 2, Don't life drink while you are In l '.

During 1939 Season the woods. Liquor and firearms -

don't mix.

a 'NE FKIIV. SEPTEMBER: 13. 1940 NUMBER! FIVE "When the frost is on the 3. When climbing fences or \ I.

pumpkin, other obstructions either unload t f

STAFF Senior And the fodder's In the I your gun or be sure the safety {

!II. S. JOt'RN\L Jack Halle Rings The Senior PlayDon't Meet The Seniors I Pupil With An Eye shock" i I catch is on. Always unload a 1 ;'f.I

R In-Cblt'f Are Selected shotgun. f.:',,'?
L Betty Green Miss It For The Future To James Wlltcomb Riley the I 1 i ,
Edit01"Sports LORENA MINA POLK '
Opal Peele fall of the year was the grandest 4, Keep your gun pointed away

Buddy Davis Contract \\\'ar41..1 To 1941 Seniors are working on Lorena was born in Brookeron Lucian Conner, a graduate of season of all. The toll of the from your partner or companionat 1
Sports Prince The L. G. Balfour Co. April 9, 1923. At the tender all times. When walking with ,:'
r Sadie I what promises to be summer was over barns were filled :
of the
one 1940 has idea of
points : age of one she moved to New- a very good I 1
" a over
+' L LN peep Grace Mack Green Futch I men Tuesday, each, September 3, three I highlights! of entertainment durIng -I berry, then back to Brooker when planning for the future. In- man's to spiritual bursting satisfaction with produce at, your group shoulder carry muzzle your gun upwards. t f'I t

A! | Scout Moody representing a well- the current school season. The she was two years old. (Wonderif stead of waiting for college to I Instead of slung In the crook of )
Melba known work well done was at its keen- '
brow company, were here at B, Play selected, "What Wright she liked Brooker better 1)) start, he comes back to B. H. S. arm. !
Lillian Barnes H. S., to eat, The fall was the season of your if
, (Club Iris Crews Mr Ben display ring samples | Left" Is a fast-moving farce that She attended school in Brooker and studies harder than the sen- Thanksgiving, I I Protect your general physkcal : i

, aphles Marie D. and Fuller, representing I Ifs full of fun of the highest order. until she completed the ninth iors. He even bought a work health while outdoors. Don't a'I ):,
i the
tae Balfour Co., Mr. Marksof Be sure to mark are d ring grade and is now about to complete book in English class to study In recent years our anticipation ;'lover-exert yourself change wet lh; '

n Ferrol J0 Louis Jordan the Jacob's Jewelry Co., and around September 20 on your her last year in dear old until he leaves for Emory the of the harvest months has I{clothing promptly and get plenty ,, !I\\'
Mr. Jack
of been fraught with a dread that
the Herrf-
' WilkinsonpedaJ I' calendar so that you won't run B. H. S.Lorena. eighteenth of September. Besides ''of sleep at night h;
i Edgar Jones Co., were those present. risk of did not exist in Riley's time '
he is I
1 A any missing the fun. Wecan't English taking Chemistry. :
is a dark blond with '
Reporters The seniors Each fall thousands of men and 6. Don't snap-shoot on the spur
one let
grand I
out the best secrets' but Spanish and Algebra II
" Townsend, Jeanette Parker and glorious day with nothing!; to I we simply must give you a few blue eyes. She is five feet five is about women go into the woods to hunt of the moment. Every time you I. t '
do butlook inches tall and weighs the huge and fall leave fire know beyond doubt
i at pretty rings. After I hints. What DID each thousands the your gun pi
Wright leave? amount of one hundred pounds. thirty-five miles from Atlanta, what shooting at. It is ,.: ''J
much are
discussion, they woods severely wounded dyingor you
finally decided What indeed
? It is the most ludi- in the northern of '
Editorial Conceited and part Georgia 4 .
to trade with the Balfour people History dead. In October, Novemberand better to come back to camp
I crous Inheritance that any young All the luck In the world 'I .
bus to ,
I riding on the school areLorena's December of last there minus game than to come back: "
.r SEEMS TO ,MK Co.The chap ever fell heir to. Bert dislikes. For recrea- Lucian, and we know you will year \ '""
IT rings have been were In this country approxi- carrying a wounded man over '
AmerIcann ordered Keeler, a young crooner (don'tbe tion she likes come through with flying colors. r.
" to swim, hike and
average shoulder.
e8lie\ and should reach us about mately 1,100 accidental deaths your
the I afraid he
i doesn't actually who realized the need for
his country? I read. She also likes "the drink Anyone '
appreciate middle of October. Until due to firearms, 40 per cent of 1' '
then, In
.croon the play), and Wright well
does al- that refreshes, Coca-Cola. study so that he comes backto ? ;
, 'e that everyone try to be patient seniors! Harold close friends. the total for the entire year.. 27 Percent Gain In 1'tf; .
don't show It. are Througha Her hobby Is collecting photographs school is bound to do well in
of us
lots Scores of thousands were luckier
it imagine! for a few minutes series of amusing and unexpected A very good hobby and college maimed. State Population 'k.
t -they were merely ,
ChatterAll events, Bert and his newly .
rightDo She hasn'tdecided
over In Europe an interesting one. H
1t'llike realize that lots acquired wife, Dodie, are left In definitely what she plansto Assembly ResumedWe "This needless destruction of Florida. gained 27.9 per cent !In 'I (:.1

you afraid to even comet the Seniors in a "dither"about ,,I charge of Wright's house Berthas do in the future but maybe a human life during the hunting" population between 1930 a n (1 : :;,:

ogle are houses because theybe selecting the "class rings :I'I given Wright; his promise that cert a In' boy can make up her have been unable to have months can and must be stopped 1940 preliminary Census! Bureau L ..jI

their blown to kingdom come ? Took all day-but very much : he won't leave the place because mind for her.FLORENCE. Assembly In the High School for say experts' of the National Conservation returns showed todav. The increase f.jY i;

would yob like to witness worth the time spent. I Wright Is momentarily expectingthe the last month because of the Bureau, accident pre- I was from 1,468,211 to 1,- '!. ;,
w arrival vention division of the Association -
"black out?" At these Heard Joe Boyles ask a boy i of an inheritance from EUGENIA warm weather and the large num- 877,791.A :"
called of and Ex- III( '
cannot ride in cars at the other day "If Italians came his late uncle. And what happens MERSEREAUTalk ber of students attending.This Casualty Surety I gain of 12,4 per cent was reported ; '; ''':
you ecutives. "Our hunters must decide -
are no street lights, from Spain." Now Joe then? Plenty. You will I about variety but we week, however, the Senior from North Carolina and ::1: J-:
i whether or not human life
i laugh with Dodle who just HAD "
ifthere showing 'i certainly have it in our senior 10 cent for Virginia I \
catch you Senior Play la the 20th of this t I I Class was again responsible for is of more value than one of two per ,
to tell her Blister Loretta she
that I
class! It Is said that The bureau said the 1940 flA"'J
in Is !
are thrown jail.en month-"What Wright Left" con- "variety an enjoyable The main ;
tit, you program. extra deer or partridge. The
was eloping. The maid, 1".1,1
the Americando fusing name, but funny. I Lottle'j the spice of life you know.Here's feature of the wan a ures for North Carolina was 3-
salute very I in program hunter who blazes when- ;'
you dumb plus-and Is away f' !,
It becauses a girl from way up in talk by the Rev Charles H. Allen 563,174 compared with 3.170,278 ;,

you do Just Nina, didn't you beat Miss sure whether she Is "comln' orgoin' ever he hears wound or glimpses '
1 Canada Miss Florence in 1B3O. The Virginia population \ '
{ : Eugenia f't\
doing It, pastor of the Presbyterian Church,
around you are Stump playing tennis? and a movement In the underbrush is
always putting two '
Mersereau! She was born In New increased from 2,421,851 to 2- 3'. 'A'
"God Bless 1
It because you actually : a song, criminally careless In fact, care-
of tennis
c Speaking let me tell feet in her mouth. Harold Winslow -
? Brunswick, Canada December 20, America." The Lord's and 664847. f'it,
word you say Prayer less and over-enthusiasm He
I at
n every you a little about who were there I high-pressure publicity man, 1921. In 1922 she moved to Of Florida's 67 counties, SI Increased "
the Salute to the ,
disturbing Flag was given.
In these the of most of
now root our hunting
gilt has a positive genius for getting Ii" d
mean Funniest sight of the eveningwas Maine In 1924 to Highland, Flor- In population, amountsranging

jj, the American flag IndividualIt when Hugh and George; who everybody in trouble. Angela ida and from there to Starke, Following the announcements tragedies. as high as 117.7 per tj ''r ,
no r e to every McNair is the next-door neighborwho by Mr. Williams the program was Undoubtedly declare the Na- : '
were playing tennis together, fell where she has been living ever cent in Gulf County. ,)Y
ever has before. makes It her business to tendto completed and the Assembly ad- tional Conservation Bureau experts ,
pretty as you please since. We are very glad you The bureau said 83 of Vir- ; : I\

(Then you see or pass it, Just live Dorothy Green had a bad cage everybody's business but her came, Florence.She journed, the Seniors marching out if all those who go on ginia's 124 counties and IndepenH, f'' (

how proud you are to from of giggles. Thought we'd have own. Marta Gleason' is a most says she started to school first hunting trips this fall would observe dent cities made gains. The .'?:':

country that is free likable secretary for a law firm when she and that the following few simple largest gain 112.3 per cent, was ..'
was seven
to shoot her to get her to stop. "
and one that has no dictator Haile. Betty Strlngfellow looking very which has a name about four Miss Olive Ray was her first What Do You Think precautions, our 1940 hunting accident reported in Arlington County. \ t't; \ ,

-Jack pretty sitting with Phillip. yards long. You will see Trixie teacher. About Skipping? carnage would be greatly Of the 100 counties in ,North !:# E';

Leslie, the glamorous movie star and minimized: Carolina. 91 made gains the )
Reading sewing are two 'i

he Making Of The And coach Bill was Stevens there, our for idea a little fora I,I and Mrs. Audrey Worden Dodle's of the things she likes best to Mrs Anderson="Wasting time 1, Wear clothing whose color largest being 35.9 per cent in (; :}

mother, who rules with an Iron contrasts -t4); '
do. She dislikes conceited as much as possible Almance County.
people "
and forming bad habits !
SunsetBy while, causing quite a few heartsto
hand and doesn't smile once in with the Red been
"flutter"Frank : "love stories, and red heads Virginia Firestone-"When you foliage. has -SCHEDULENorthbound r I

five years. Lastly there Is Frank (some exceptions of course) haven't anything else to do it's proven the best color. A red NEW TRAIN '
Crews, who was the the automobile salesman.' 'I ? t l
Florence is
a very pretty 1'11'1wltb all right."
Marge Chryste pretty girl walking with you There Is real talent in the play, \' \
brown and hair. She 2 Due Starke 6:13 a. m. {
pedal angel was assigned a eyes Gertrude Davis-"I think maybe fun once In a while No. :
Monday morning? too. Some of the cast saw '
|task of great Importance you Is five feet four Inches tall. you'd better not try It." Miss Delavan-"If a student is No. 108-Due Starke 6:21: p m. xp( ,;'

hask which included not the Elise Green has the most catch- last year and some are doing She plans to be an Air Liner Ona Mae Starling-"Lots of doing good work and he has a Southbound "; A '1 \

I feet of man in dance; ing laugh.-A very sweet girl. their first fine work.stage! ; work.The All is one are ,Stewardess or a Home Economics fun but I never skip." good reason I think it's all rightto No 1-Due Starke 10:33: p. m. 4 k"': 1'r'

the task was to bring man Sara Just back from having her doing cast I teacher. Dorothy Alvarez-"I don't like skip-but certainly not a stu- No. 107-Due Starke 9:20: a. m. : I ,

I into revelry and Joy tonsils taken out. She's luckyI that we are Harold-Louis proud of: Jordan. Her bad habit is losing her to-No! Slrl"! dent with low grades. BUurke-IIeU Brunch :1' :.'r.

had mine taken out twice. Wright temper but Miss Woods, our No. 101 Leaves Starke 7 a. m.,
lie him, when an old man feel Davis. Key Sargent-"Fun if you don'tget Odell Jones- 1 don't know. ; "V

| like a barefoot boy. Patsy we surely do like the Bert Keeler-Buddy Home Economics teacher, has caught" Pat Lowdon-"It's a good ideaIf dally except: Sunday. I "

range of the heavens, the young man who drives you Dodle Keeler-Ruth Simpson. promised to help her control it. Hazel Smith'-"Wait a minute you can get away with it and No. 102 -Arrives Starke 1: O'i\ 1: ;

I Harold Wlnslow-Sonny Hay- We know that any one with as I don't know Guens it's not hurt in the end" I l I 'il'
I comers of the earth I around every day at noon. nes. I now get p.m. .
J secret places of the wind the i idaylight's Bobble Cameron will be fifteen I Lottie Andrews-Martha much determination as you have, 'rl j"
Florence will succeed. We also
I :
[ land of birth; I the 20th of this month. Look out ewe Math-I I wish you good luck In either of .\\jh f

North, the East the South, and I I II II" "
Lipstick Rouge Marta Gleason J e a n e e the profession, choose to follow -
I the West; the earth baked by Parker. you :
I I The prettiest pairs of brown '

I the sun, eyes in school belong to Loraine Angela McNair-Marie Dynl. ."'f'.
e i to the for the I .
angel Worden Florence II
Moncrief! and Hazel Smith. Mrs. Audrey -
| task to be done. Mersereau. Do You Know That ; yo

11 i the highest mountain peak, Jewel why were you so happy Rosalie Morrow-Betty Green. f 1j' ; t,
Friday afternoon? Could it have .
Thigh-covered with snow Frank lddt'r-Jack Halle. Grace Green Is getting worried '

I the torrid zone and Florida been about the "one"Jean Trixie Leslie-Geraldine Silcox 'cause she sez a girl In Health '

[ down below: Edwards sure does createa Class insists! on staring at her ?

|a the great North Pole so reI.rved breeze in Study Hall with her Virginia Firestone and Opal '"" ,

hidden and cool fan. I,. New Teacher Peele are "Jitterbugs" ? ;
I =:3y ,.
(the cold! South Pole and every Pretty newcomer is I Edwina Wiggins Is a good '. ,.
South Sea pool Wiggins 0 f Keystone dancer?
] ; EdWin"l and \. '
I 17, ((1900
angel was to look for the I And boys she sure can Joe Lander Is called "Brains"by .r,
) at Dunnellon, Florida, ,
I something Garland Godwin? ,
[colors divine Nina, who gave you

p': would fit in the patternof len eye? Why Grace f I II a beautiful girl baby was born Betty Green like Lake Butler? IM f..,

[ the sunset fine; I I Virginia Firestone, who were ,, to Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Metcalf. Patsy Roberts and Loraine y ;y i.'..
named her Martha. _
lavenders, the oranges the you writing notes to in Study They Moncrief have the best figures '01('
Dunnellon ,' ,
| blues the golds, I Hall Friday? Could it have beenB. I She went to the In school ? I 'f")
school through the eighth grade.
Coach Stevens tennis .
reds, the yellows the pink B.? I can play I
From the ninth to the twelfth, ,
[ which the rosebud unfolds; I Saw Betty Stringfellow yesterday baseball, and a whale of a gameof
she went to school at Ocala and I, .J.JrJ.
were to be used In clos'estharmony with a stack of drawings golf?
I then back to Dunnellon where Freddie offers ., ':
; and they were certainly good- | Wimberly com- I' '.
her "
she's talented lady. she was graduated. During petition to Dot Green as a dancer '
every time I look at the sun- a very young I to Stet- 'J d '
she went
I let I can see Following my feet which, freshman year and talker? a

t the I wandered'' son University; then to the Bowl- Ralph Nettles never gets in a .
wouldn't be still
ft angel Is still adding and Green University at Kentuckyfor 1t ,I,
I Subtracting down the hall Tuesday morning, i ing hurry? '" ,
She '
the making of the sunset Is and ran Into Dot and Sadie! who ) her Sophomore back to Stetson year and Juanita Priest Is a good listener : '
then came ,
"Red besides being pretty? \ '
I task exacting. were taking turns playing ,
(was graduated (A traveling I
River Valley" on a harmonica. Perry Galney sits In English .1r
woman, indeed!). Class with his mouth ? :
while a of girls kept time open
M gang I '
News swing 'SI.'fo'.
She likes golf, dancing
with their hands and feet. Francine Fisher Is just like a

t Eating Cinnamon buns at re- music shows, (anyway that'swhat worm that wiggles all the time? ,(
a class meeting last week I I heard), all sports and ,
to be a fad with three Carolyn Keen is an ideal High
decided the class colors for cess Senior seems girls. I just loves the tenth grade! (They School Student? U.iI'

will be pink 'and blue. love her, too.) She dislikes sum-
After Ferrol and Stanley were !seen!
snooping around the I mer and avocado pears. .{:
"" at Fannin Springs Thursday 8th Grade NewsEdna ; :
We have discovered some When asked to define a lady ''t ,,I ;,
a breeze
interesting things. 1 night-Dancing up she replied "A lady is a woman \ :
Hall and Odell Hinson'snew Mae visitorIn ,
that Muriel Mosley was a
would happen if- that makes it easy for a man to ,
Bonnie Jean nick name is "turn about. Jacksonville Sunday. Tell me "
were not always be a gentleman.
ting water? (due to their car wreck.) We are She loves Starke and Bradford Edna Mae was he cute? n L .. j II! ,\
are here so I wonder how much
glad they powder
''is Metcalf certainly :
got mad? High and we, the pupils think
tease them. Arltne uses melt day?
elms Lee and Lovy sang? we can 'didn'tI she is one of the nicest! and .
Stringfellow Montepn how combs do "
10l1a Margaret many "
wasn't so quiet? sweetest teachers ever to teach
Verlena see you with Hugh Ingram you buy each week?
didn't always have at B. H. S.
? Thursday night? Mack Futch was in Tallahassee
Again we say It Is a great
Jean And Dot weren't you with Sunday. Was she cute Mack? "
didn't sUp out of the pleasure to have Miss Metcalf I', '
III during Buddy Bishop-Better watch out John Anderson Is the "cutle"of "J
home room period? with us.Elementary. .1.' .
The the class now.I ,,

thing whole 1 class agreed on Joe.Oh! Yes! You should have seen wonder how many times a ,. :<,'p:; ,

Patsy Keen the beating Freddie Wimberly Echoes week Gamlta and Arline play
got to school on
e' took Thursday-It was her birth- tennis? ,

day.-She's the proud old age of THIRD GRADE Lucille Bowers and Dorothy

Ever since school began, we Williams, ,
fifteen. :
eP Squad the listeningto a4"
OrganizedThe Grace, didn't you go to Jack- have started day by "
night? Bible stories that have been ': f fi
The sonville Thursday Scout NewsOn
meeting of the pep Garland, didn't you go to a read. These stories are very Interesting i :'z..of .
'alj was held for they tell of the good ,
0 with !
n Thursday. the "Farm" v :
Ptemh dance out at Friday, September 8, the ,
r 5, !ln the school audi- Al- who lived long long ago. ,
Joe men
Green-Where does ,' }
Dot Scouts of 70 \ .
UI11 wit i b Mrs. Moat of these men had hard Boy Troop enjoyeda ;
Wainwright len come in? Weiner roast at Gold Head '
ducting 1
A very large crowd Doris Hlnson is back at school times as they tried to be good. Branch State Park. Twelve of :! 1\

na enthusiastic were students attended. -She cut her leg in the car During the last two weeks we us plied into Mr Harrell's car tyEdi1dl \
made to sUck few have been studying cotton. We
really been absent a
the wreck and and left for the park about 4:00: J
and do the best we of this-Glad to have set up a cotton field with
n because
to days P. M. After swimming' two
make the forthcoming sea- I I negroes in the fields. We have
have her back. hours ate and played '
'mar< supper i.r". ;
successful than ever be- surely does havea built negro houses, the big house .
e. Maxine Dykes We
Indian returned
the white boss, i4 fd;.
boy friendJudgIng that belonged to ; e+ ,
The nice looking about 10:00: o'clock. 'J ,
fOllOwing! officers were from picture I saw ot him. and banjos to use with the sing- ,
ted t: a Those enjoying the weiner
ing of the old negro songs. Ii,
roast were: Bryan Harrell John -
Bident-DorotbY Swambom, teacher.
BACK -Miss
lce'Prealdent-Grace FORMER STUDENT Anderson Lyle Anderson, SteveSt. :!

Jacqueline Andrews.Green. The Senior Class U happy to We life planning a cotton pro- John Bobfly Blgfa.<< Chester TORODE CHEVROLET CO. 4

p""ure Nna Bishop" have back with It, one of Its for- gram to be given very soon. McKinney Edgar! Wilkinson. Bay-

: rter-Ida Lulu DavLl.! mer students Stanley Noegel I Won't you come an denJoy it withIn m 0 n d Hall, Robert Barksdale
Walter Dew Warren Winkler and
,? '
tpre..ntauves/ Patsy K e en who moved away three years,I STARKE FLORIDA
'4ie Prince, I ago. -Mrs. Biggs teacher. Mack\ Futch. ( 4S4

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n,, ,t:, .*] I-.m- SOCIETY and CLUBS I\\Lake tor George tie City S. ,R.Manassa. D., and opines nails from that-I I Senior Early This Piay Year RecipesChocolate Thanks I Wish to Voters thank

Starke the
only three things In life are sure: I School senior for the VOIrl

,? Marriage Of Miss Zeigler W. S. C. S. Charter !Meeting Mrs. J. W. Kincaid !death, taxes, and a bald head The class Bradford will present High Its annual 1 I Mrs. H. B. Chip McLendon Cockles of, Or- day's their confidence relUSUtance me! III

To John D. GriffisIs Was Event Of Monday P. M Hostess At LuncheonMrs. t play next Friday night In the I i I lando, formerly of Starke, was give the election beSt inS tofthh"

Announced This Week NewsIsGettingScarceDepartment school auditorium beginning at 8 requested to contribute this recipe the In
The charter meeting of theVoman's J. W. Kincaid was hostess I, : Hazel hasn't seen will be, businesslike add
Guy o'clock. Admission prices for chocolate chip cookies. We tloD
)J' r; :Mr. and Mrs. James J. Zeigler \ Society of Christian last Thursday at the Kincaid f Camp Blanding yet because thpeople e 10 cents and 30 cents. The presentation know you will be delighted with the astthe future 8a I v4it,

1, of Theressa announce the marriage .Service was held Monday afternoon Beasley cottage on Kingsley Lake, she happen to be with this year has an unusual' |them because they'are delicious P'H &
in the auditorium of the when she entertained her after time there don't and .
Marcia -'every she
of their
daughter. ) passes title, "What Wright Left and "different. A _
3Ir' nl Ruth to John David Grlffls of Methodist! Church with the pastor noon bridge club at luncheon.The > want to get their tires dirty! features In the cast the following.1 l 2 cakes ((8 oz.) German's Sweet *

,s;, 'a Starke. The marriage took place. the Rev. H. A. Spencer calling cottage was attractlvel I I. Frank Peterson, the milk! students: Ruth Simpson, Martha cnocolare.I NOTICE:
't {t. ; August 25th at Woodbine Ga. the meeting to order. decorated with arrangements of ,: man hasn't killed or eaten a Mathews Betty Green Florence I 1-2 cup butter or other short- All persons hOlding

Sii; They were attended by the bride's I The program was opened by mid-summer flowers for this''quail" since he's been in Florida Mersereau Jack Halle, Louis Jordan ening. to against Robert F Clark ally ,

1 ; ; cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hr the congregation singing "Faithof lovely affair. I. Doesn't believe in it because Davis Othma Haynes 1-2 granulated present their cla11llJl Ire**
Buddy cup sugar.
Our Fathers," after which the The guests met at one o'clock:: next 15 days Within;
of Jacksonville. they befriend .
,;, r Thrower | the farmer Geraldine Sllcox, Marie Dyal ando 1.4 cup brown sugar, firmly Box 312
I' +; Mrs. Griffin received her education pastor stated the purpose of the and were served luncheon from''j Owen Griffin, ex-Starkeite wh Jeanette Parker. packed. Fla.-Mrs. R. F Clark S

at the Miami Edison meet Ins;. As the Methodist Episcopal a long dining table placed on the I II
l now hangs his hat in the State cited for presenting theannual f 1 egg well beaten.
The rustic PLANS
table laid
"t of Church In the North, the porch. was Tn.DEC
School a
was graduate Arsenal at St. Augustine !is 1-2 salt. !
before Christmas teaspoon OOL
,. .._. Bradford County High School I inS'lfjSl L Methodist Episcopal Church in I with a Mexican luncheon set and drama JACHSON\1LLJ.: At
: this week
i spending at 1-2
was centered with two Instead of near the end of the cup chopped nut meats.
''I the class of 1934. the South, and the Protestant long But needn't look for Jacksonville.
you the 1 sifted flour. The
was cup
Methodist, Church have united and charm strings and brightly colored school term as formerly Davy
Mr. Griffis also attended Brad /him around open a t,'
any night spots to the length of 1.2 teaspoon soda! trade
fruit the uncertainty as
ford County High School and at are now one body known as The He's going in strictly for relaxation this 1 teaspoon vanilla. uary 1 for *RS J
length of the table. Gay Fiesta the school term year.
time is I In Methodist Church it became necessary -
the employed
present Oh I've ers. The
yeah Cut each small of choc- Jacksonville
I ware and matching crystal com will be several highly Interesting square 1ourt
of There
the Hart Furniture Co. store here. to alter some the regulations quoted
heard that .
before '
one olate into 6 or 8 pieces. Representative
Mr. and Mr. Oriffla will make, of the Women's Societies. pleted the table appointments. numbers presented between as saying Lea Gr*
their, home In one of the Dodd Therefore, this charter meetingwas Following: luncheon three progressions If you've often thought that the acts of the feature Cream butter, add sugar gradually seven officer the navy will *"]

_ cottage near Keystone Heights. necessary and the name was of bridge were enjoyed. the P. 0. o'clock seems a little play and the public Is cordially and cream together until missioned and 200 'nonce

formally changed to Woman's At the conclusion of the game fast you're right-it is! Invited to attend and enjoy the light and fluffy. Add egg and to officers to Jatl.soDvtl''

Miss Juanita McGauley And Society of Christian Service Mrs. N. Sternberg was presentedwith Mail Carrier T. N. Kendrick Is evening. mix thoroughly. Sift flour once said serve he had on the school staff, G

Mrs. I, P. Shepherd acted as a piece of brlc a brae for so conscientious that he keeps It measure, add salt and soda and been told by the n&\
Charles Hardy, Jr., making high score. The visitors set up a few minutes so he will sift again. Add :flour in two that the
chairman of, and conducted fairly
program Work Of NurseIs
:Married In Gainesville the enrollment service according prize alno a piece of brlc a brae be sure to miss no trains I( parts and mix well. Add cut months Period at the school win h. lit

J to the ritual. was awarded to Mrs. Thomas Did you notice Lorraine Hart- Curtailed chocolate nuts ,and vanilla and and that 600 -*
'% Of Interest to their many Grady. man's hair-do at the show Sun- mix thoroughly. Drop from tea- mechanics Will,, complete, th

'::1 friend In Bradford County will composed The nominating of Mrs. A. Wood committee Mrs., Those enjoying the party with day night? : Had It laced up I I Beginning this week Mrs: I spoon on greased pan two Inches course each month,
+ be thet'announcement of the mar across her head with Bradford in 375 oven
Sam Anderson Mrs. L. A. Davis, Vfra. Kincaid were : Mrs. N. some way I Mabel Lewis, County apart. Bake degre
riage of Miss Joyce Juanita McGauley'to Mrs. L. D. Vining Mrs E. K. Sternberg Mrs. J. W. Andrews ribbons Looked awfully complicated -|, Health Nurse will serve In this |i ten to twelve minutes. Makes approximately

Charles Hardy Jr., at I Perryman, Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. W. B. Sewed Mrs. D. P. I'm dying to try it, '[ capacity only three days each fifty cookies.

five o'clock Thursday afternoonof and Mrs. T. T. Long announced Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. but am afraid I might hang myself -( week following the recent action / ri

last week. The marriage was, the following nominations and K. G. Duncan Mrs. O. L. Haynes, in the attempt Lorraine of the School Board discontinuing Thin being pear season, we /

performed by Alachua County they were unanimously elected: Mrs.. O. L. Beasley Mrs. E. L. I mus' be get tin' in practice for Its monthly contribution towards were glad to receive the follow
Judge Ft. D. Hlers In his office Matthews,, Mrs. Jim Godwin of her new beauty shop which opens her salary. Mrs. Lewis ing recipe for gingered

a in Gainesville. President, Mrs. E. K. Perry- the State Farm, Mrs. Ed Gowenof here in about 30 days stated she will be on the job I given us by Mrs. Jeanette pears Your
vice- Mrs. A. Young own
man ,
Mrs. Is the of ; president
Hardy daughter Miami Mrs. Thomas Grady B. H. S. students are plnin' fora Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fri. who Is chief cook at her home in 9I'ned
Rev. and Mrs. G. E. of Wood: recording secretary, Mrs. personal
and Mrs. J. P. Burns of laUon.ry
Atlanta dance Why doesn't someone days. the morning and chief of Starke'spublic ?
Will Blair corresponding secretary I I
Melrose.: She was graduated ; prices h, hliiory.
get big-hearted and give 'em The county nurse is hired I in the Ceolllat
from Bradford County High Miss Olive Ray; treasurer, library afternoons. sisal. di.
-- Ga.W. one alter the first football game? jointly by the School Board i We will vouch for gingered pears engraved 101tlal,..
School in the class of 1940. MISS Amelia nay; secretary or heard br
Mr. Hardy I Is the aon of Mr. I missionary education and service S. C. S. To Meet After all. it has been a which paid $36 towards her salary as being truly delicious. Here'sthe gold ImprinHn.

and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr., of Mrs. I. P. Shepherd; Secretary The last long, long time since the last each month and the County easily followed recipe: 85 .... with
of the Woman's nvant
And I'm told
they've promisedto Commission, which and
Brooker and is a bookkeeper in of social Christian relationsand pays ( Gingered Pear.. personal Initial
local church activities Mrs. Missionary Society of the be good little boys and girls will continue to pay) $54 each 8 of erne! K
the School Board offices here. He pears chipped. matching
Methodist Church will be held nTdopw..
if A
will .
you month. Out of this
L. A. Davis or counselor $90 per 8 pounds of
was graduated from the Tlfton, ; sugar. variety of
Monday at 3:00: o'clockat Hrlti,
Ga., high school In' 1935 and received of young women and girls the Church with the president If you wondered about CharlieCooper' month Mrs. Lewis had to pay 6 lemons, sliced. blaation and corn

a post graduate course in Mrs. D. P. Carpenter; secretaryof Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, presiding. sanity after reading that her car and other expenses while 1-4 pound, candled ginger i colo..lJUeo )

the Alachua County high school children's work, Mrs. Pearl Immediately following this meet. classified ad in last week's Telegraph visiting the many county schools. chipped fine. a fan !line of mvtnt,

'in Gainesville. Simpson. ing the newly organized Woman's you can set your mind at While the loss of the SchoolBoard's Cook all together until pearsor octal laUon nr ands. M

Mr. and Mrs. Hardy are making The newly elected president appointed Society for Christian Service will I ease It was all a hoax: share of the salary will clear juice is thick. May be low price.. n7

their home In Starke and at the following secretariesand meet for the first official meetIng : Seems that Charlie had been kid curtail her activities Mrs. Lewis j put in Jars and kept indefinitely

present are occupying an apart- chairmen of committees: Sec- with the newly elected president ding Frank Landrum and Tuck stated she would continue to con ,

ment at the home of :Mrs. W. A. retary of literature and 'publications Mrs. E. K. Perryman, in Tucker unmercifully about takingup centrate her efforts on the health
Bonham. Mrs Grace the chair. the swanky game of golf problems of the school children, MODERNIZE YOUR HOME
They stood It -as long as they especially In the direction of
Miss Marian Dowling secretary of supplies. Mrs. A. Z. : could, and then decided to get hookworm detection and treat WITH MODERN PLUMBING

Adklns; chairman of spiritual life Business-Program MeetingOf even Imagine Charlie's surprise ment.

Honored At Bunco Party committee, Mra. W. E. Middleton; Baptist CirclesThe to open ,up the paper and, Discontinuance of the county I WE WILL GLADLY FTKMSH

find that he was offering to trade nurse' salary is but
of the
Miss Marlan bowling, who chairman of fellowship committee Business and part YOU WITH A FREE ESTIMATE !.
Program I
missionary strawberry plants fora Board's drive made
leaving soon to ,enter 1.\\ Mrs. L. D. Vining; chairman 1 I meeting of the Missionary Society set of second-bands golf clubs! by economy the sad state of necessary theI ON ANY PLUMBING;

r Hospital nurse training of committee on status of, of the Baptist Church will beheld Frank put the &d in over county's school finances, which AND BEATING JOB
; honored T
was Wednesday women, Mrs. Titus Olson; chairman Monday afternoon at 3:30: Charlie's name ; Involves discharging most of the
; with a bunco party given, by Miss o'clock at the Church. Mr. H. (
I publicity and printing Mrs. Everybody lookln' forward to janitors in the county and
Clara Flume at her home here.
: L. Hough leader
of Circle No. 3,
Four tables were arranged for Eugene L. Matthews. will present the program. The the Co-Ed box' supper tonight others. 'mitlJ& 3i1iirnt1;
bunco, and the game! was enjoyed I A large number of women of business meeting will I I be in the girls go to a lot of
trouble, each tryln' to fix her Drivers LicensesOn Plumbing & HeatingWE'VE
throughout the evening. When the church enrolled their namesas charge of the president, Mrs. A.

", score were totalled It was found members of this new organization M. Darby. All members are package up th'e'' prettiest .
that Miss Helen Dowling was andare looking forward ,to urged to be present as the election Can't blame' Tern '. A gal AgainState

_ high for the ladles, and she was 1 accomplishing much good duringthe j''I of officers for the coming naturally wants'' her partner to of Florida Drivers'
be proud of the box he permits
presented with a pair of ornamental coming, year. I year will be, held. gets for the year beginning October
Well folks
Dlacaues. Buck Crawfordwas summer is drawln1
high for men and received to a close Ole man fall willI'oon I 1 went on sale In the office ,

a tie rack. f be here 'so guess I will of County Judge E. K. Perryman litSURPRISE
Callstreet I COOKED
Carolyn I last week. According to Judge
Late in the evening the hostess have to get busy and see what Perryman the permits will cost
served delicious refreshments of damage the moths have done .
frozen fruit salad, saltines, and So long See you In the the same this year as last 50

iced tea.Those. I Greetings. C-Streeters! In these parts for a while now next cents for private licenses an.l one FOIW1Thursday(
Talk about : Seems that His
present to enjoy the pep company Is doing survey Carolyn.. dollar for chaffeurs licenses.
all the young folks were really work for the
Navy various
party with the honoree wereii: on Persons having licenses this ,
I I Idoln' .
the town Sattldy night airports' within a 75 mile
Betty Green Jacqueline year will
Scout experience
Boy News no
Andrews Sadie Prince Helen j I Can't blamen Never young radius. of Jax Seems the in obtaining permits for difficulty the .
I but once, you know Ah, me Navy will the
Lillian one at Lake ,
Dowling Sternberg Ethel ] Troop 70 held Its regular meet- ing year, unless for some reason
Taylor, and John Torode Gene Butler, but has overlooked Starke ing Monday night of last weekIn l I the present license was revoked.

Long Resale Colaon, Bob Long, |I, Showers! An' I don't mean -perhaps because of our too- the Legion hall. The Wolf'Judge Perryman warned motoriststo ,
the wet kind Enza Weaver nearness to the Green Cove de- 1
Everett McKlnney Buck Crawford Patrol had be sure to ,
I charge of the opening keep the old II- ,
S. G. Denmark and Hardee received so many bee-utf- velopment I
Phillip exercises which were followed by'|'censes until October I, when they
Manas. ful gifts at parties given for her Starke in a whirlwind pep songs and yells by the Bat expire. 12th
Friday and Saturday by Clara Heard a high-ranking; Army officer Patrol. I

Silver Tea Soon Flume and Sadie Prince say' Wednesday that 5,000
Boxing bouts, were enjoyed, Much Tax Sale
Seems as if everybody's get. workmen should be hard at it
Honoring W. M. U. Circle after which the members went to
In' hitched Cept me .- .. on Camp Blanding buildings within the patrol huts and studied the i Property Sold
Circle number one three and Jimmy (Give a of young- man -a. the next ten days Whew! morse code.

_ four, Baptist W. M. U., will entertain -' chance) HoJllng.worth- Super- -I can't conceive of It Fifty percent of Bradford
at tea on FrIday. September -'',!supervisor of Registration elect- New people com!' in and goln' out During the meeting a party County properties offered this i

20th at three-thirty o'clock in'will cease to legitimate prey alia time Enough to run a was Head planned to be held at Gold year by Tax Collector C. A.

the afternoon in the Church Annex -I|for us gals Sunday afternoon at poor gal like me half nuts tryln' leave Branch. The troop will Knight in his annual delinquent

: In honor of Circle number :jeggzactly: two o'clock When to keep up with It all afternoon Starke about 4 o'clock Friday tax sale were bought in by individuals

two who made' the highest aver- Ihe promisee to love, honor, and Margaret' Pearce and Jean home around and will return I other than the original
age Royal Service Program attendance 'obey Mildred Connor of Jax Davis so excited Monday : owners. This fact represents!' 'a

'during the year, and also -I I Tbe merger will take place in Leaving for Tallahassee They The Wolf Patrol had charge of phenomlnal Increase of 200 per.

in honor of the members re- Lakeland at the home of Mr. and surely seem to be the type to the closing exercises, after whicha cent over the usual number of

ceived into the Church since September I Mrs J. J. Lovell, close friends get the most outta college life. patrol leaderV conference was parcels sold at the annual' sale r Mw

15th, 1939. A silver offerIng -jof the future Mrs. HThe Good luck, gals held to plan the ,meeting for and Is considered a significant indication

will be received at this time newlyweds will honeymoon for More people gettin more jobs next week. I of the increasing Interest

to help defray expense. of equip'ping -i three or four days In So. Fla. I more places Theodore Young Lyle Anderson and Steve St. in Bradford County real estate in

_ _ the Annex kitchen. and will have an apartment at in Lake City N. T. Ritch in John, reporters.:,,recent months.

the qeo. W. Thomas' home onCheriry Miami An Ree Thede has a I Tax: Collector Knight advertised

St:, when they return grand Job in Atlanta Good Forester Molpus 543 parcels to be sold for their

James and Elizabeth Hair of Lake work, Ree But look out for i unpaid 1939 taxes. Of this total, Is the of
City will attend the welding, and that traffic 5-polnts Those Is Transferred :122 parcels were taken up by the Opening

James will be beat man for bro.- Gawgla crackera'll(( knock you original owners and 270 were

In-law James! down and not even stop to thank Announcement was made last bought In by outsiders. Only 151

Charles and Virginia Darby you week by H. J. Malaberger. Act parcels reverted to the state, upon

returned home Sunday Seems T. Weeks back in town ing State Forester and Park Executive which state tax certificates will 5e

they went down the west coast Fllrtin with the gals, as usual of the transfer of Ex be issued. '

and came back up the east coast 'P ared to be a little crip- tension Ranger E. L. Molpus from Mr. Knight stated that the
Stopped by'Cocoa to see pled .' An' blamed it all on Starke to a new headquarters i in easeful' sale "Is a definite Indica.

Merrill McMillan and woulda bowlin' I'll agree with him Palatka. This change come asa I tion of better time. in Bradford

spent the night there but Burr. I. .- It'll certainly get you down result of a reorganization of ex County."

head advised 'em to 'move on because tension ranger areas. Molpus,

I of mosquito -. ? I What' that new! color on Joe who had previously assisted land .-.................-.............-.. 54th

II I Incidentally Burrhead Is back ,Wilson's office building ,owners of Bradford, Clay, and RUMFORD

Dusty pink? Now. Joe don't Putnam Count Its, i* to assume RIDDLES
go sissy on us But I do like I
It, honest I do responsibilities also for St. Johnsand Why has Mabel Anniversary
...... HERE< TO irl I Morri
Foot ball boys practtcln every the northern portion of Flag i thrown out her adding machine'ICAUI
: T>. hungry Do... THEIR"' HEALTH afternoon like a matter of life ler.
7:, and 'death Surely did look
Molpus from
ttoy'n ffvttiny ,then milk bolls over sprinkle Day Sale!
exciting Can
hardly wait for tona I
School In
taN Off'.._ --WI a thick layer of salt. on the burning 1931 and
season to .
r open Really faa received his .
..,fou dOlI" milk. Let stand a few minutes Forestry Degree
Aba W9.p and____ then brush treat in store for fans this from the University of Georgiain
Far Laffit ON'slaser year New coach New 1937. He the
To spent summer
develop sturdy, healthy uniform (purple and gold< ), anda -of 1936
d by VSJ as a technical enrolled I Ia In Celebrating 54 Yearsof
youngster, give them each
a grand band ". First '
t game to CCC camp In Otto, N. C., and \
quart of our pure milk daily. An be Grew
against Cove Springs the summer of 1937 doing' Service to America!
1 i'I 1 Abundance<< of It build* strong 27 survey
Sept. Get in the mood, Ing and type-mapping work In the
: teeth--and '
lays the: foundation folks'. .
Get in the mood Cache National Forest in Utah.
good tMMtltfi. and
strength Betty StringfellowWh! He has
been the'Florida
elf RAL P IN_SI1RAt1Ex ;vitality fa' laC- ,life was that' young man Monday Forest and Park Service for the I. ..., ..... _I.. .... a. ... IUM. .

'PETERSON'SSl'PREME i night T Couldn't have beenLaverne past three years in an extension! : polo 1aI,... r..d.r 100 !lie ..w.s .... 01...... .. SEARS, ROEBUCK AMI ?/9.
M..Iw aN _.....
.. .
Robert, could It? ranger Is M w..l.l .. "
s. t. '
MILK .A qualified w.d.I -
CREAM rv..M r
-.... ,.
; r3d ... They say he's a grand dancer for the ,expansion: of respon ..._.HI..... dn.. ....coal...... 54163PAr.
Phone 174 = '
For Delivery -. 5d.,. ..rantM Forsyth and 'Broad Sts. Phone .
I By the way girl, he works sibilities. loa 1. use.. .......... .
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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Guy' Sale spent SAMPSON CITY.By j demonstrators consider this I a RECEIVE THOUSANDS ,

the week-end in Tallahassee as Etta Fay DjaJ )stratagem to Irf'tIS into war. j'I r Tallahassee, Legalized prt- .

.- .. '- ------- .. --- guests of'Mr.. and Mrs. Alton Another stunt adopted by the!mutuel wagering in Florida baa \ ':
-- -- 'I
I, W Revell. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Durkee good women who are opposing turned $177,877 Into the treasury '

N. Kendrick Spent Monday' Mrs to ,her E,home Murphry after has returned -1 D. E. Glasgow of Senath, Mo., visited their mother Mrs S. E.. conscription Is the draft "death !!of each county In eight yearn

konville! spend Is the guest of his son-in-law and The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- Jones last week. watch,", a group 0 f mothers since the 1931 legislature overruled

I N.C ing the. summer In Brownssummit, I daughter, !fr. and Mrs. Calvin inson and son Frank Robinson Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones garbed in black crepe and heavily j' Governor Doyle E. Carl-

---.:..Ire::. L. A. Davis -' -, I Johns III. of Arcadia were guests Mon- visited in Palatka Sunday After veiled, who sit silently In the I ton's veto of the horse and doe

and Jacksonville Spencer day and Tuesday Of Mr. and Mrs ,noon. ception hall of the Senate, r'-I('racing law. The state auditing

Y In -. I Mrs. H. spent! the Mrs. A. W. Redgrave returnedthe L. F. Smith. While here the Rev. I Willis Dyal and daughter. Miss to get over the Idea that passage department listed the figures ta p t

Is enjoying- past two weeks visiting her son first of the week from Virginia Mr. Robinson attended a Church of the conscription measure will ''a report that the State Ractog'; >S
Hope Mae
;; Haynes Eula made a business tripto
at Miami in Hollywood and her daughterIn where she has been spend- meeting in Jacksonville. mean the death knell of de-1[I I Commission has scaled its operating pi
vacation Gainesville last Thursday.
'ek'. Sarasota.
ing a vacation with relatives. I mocracy. I| expenses) downward each year ij..
I Miss Mural Brown is visiting '
Mrs. W. P. Smith and daughter : We do not agree with the''although Its annual collection ta:

aris -Collins Bpent.the. '! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McNeer of For dependable plumbing and Mrs: F, W. Varnedoe of Palatka, 1 relatives in Tampa. ladies. In our opinion their black taxes on wagering has increased.

relatives In GH-' Tampa were guests a few days heating see Smith & Forayth. returned Friday from a two Louie Hill Is spending a few crepe is apt to be much more ap- I

d with last week of Mr. and Mrs. M weeks' vacation spent with rel- days In Jacksonville on business. propriate if this democracy falls silly. To others who are thinking ,

| County. I F. Brown. Mr. !and.i Mrs. -- atives In Greenwood and Orange- Mr. and Mrs L. F. Thomas to arm Itself tncl prepnre adequate i of joining the Republican {

Nollman Miss Lila Russell Wllloughby and burg S. C. Mrs. Varnedoe returned of Jacksonville visited relatives defense. The death of democracy for the campaign It Is good advice I'i
N. of Jacksonville I
and Mr s. W. Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville to her home Sunday. here Sunday afternoon In this country will not to wait awhile and M'e.L. .--

bring were business visitorslit 1 is the guest this week of her were guests at the home of Mr. : come as a result of a conscription C. H. In Delray Beach newsNO'rItl1

week. 1 aunts, Mrs Carrie Rltch and Miss and. Mrs. H. L. Hough last Sunday Mr. and Mrs.' Charles A Darby RISINGBy bill but it may occur If we _' '
Annie have not trained soldiersto ''TIO'Wft
Darby. returned Sunday from a week's enough
Mrs II. II. Lewis TAN 1 KKIranf >
Wall Jr., of Orlando wedding trip to Tampa Ft. Myers defend oUl'gelveSuwannee ... Bill *... I63> .
of Mr. Mrs. H. C. Wall of NOTI..111'1' HEREBY OIVEN.I .
guest Mrs T. N. Tallahasseeand Democrat.
be weekend ; Kendrick returned Miami and DeLand. While In De- ConeManningHenry I That Mamle KMIIniriworth and A- d
w. L. Wall.of I Sunday from a week's visit with Mrs. Max Snyder and two Land they were guests of Mr. Cone of this section and K. KlUlngHWorth holder of Tax

rl. '! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons at sons of Jacksonville were guests Darby's brother-in-law and sister Miss Baibry Manning: of Bald- WAIT AWHILE BE1 ORE YOU I day I'"rtlll"of",'August. No. 'i.A Untied, l>. 11137.the SmU baa '

-Husband the Panama Miami Beach Monday of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mr. and Mrs. G.. W. Marks. win were married August 27th. HOLT I''I filed same, In my office and h.. t -
C, of Mr. Wall.G. ] mail application for a tax: dorfl
zone is the guest They left on their honeymoon Those prominent Democrats 'to be iMHiied thereon. Haiti certificate
W L. WalL -I Mrs. E. J, Dowling and daughter Mrs. G. L. Patten of Talla- down the East Const after which 1 ..mbrll('.. the following dearrlbed -

ra Miss Marian Dowling, and H. Bennett spent a few daysIn hassee spent the week-end here they will make their home In and others not so prominent who Bradford property, State nf In Florida the County, to-e4tc nf
Into In
rushing print support
-;d Mrs. C. T. Curtis of Mrs. F. F. Flume spent Monday Jacksonville the first of the with her mother Mrs E. E. Can- Jacksonville. Their many friends 1 1 m4, of HWVi of MW"4 ex. 1% A
Monday of In Gainesville. week with his son-in-law and wish them much happiness and of the Republican national ticket In N\V 'or. Sea Twp. 8 8. K. 2.
She was joined by
a were /guests ova. Sunday may have a few embarrassing M 19 Acres more or lea.
daughter. Mr. and
MrS. W. G. Halle. Mrs. Randolph Mr. Patten secretary of the Railroad !- prosperity The axHPHHment nf the said prop "
nd Boree. momenta before the campaign Is erty under the Maid l certl'lcnto +
Miss Mrs. T. T. Tucker Is
Metcalf and S. L. Commission who had been visiting .
over. In the first place Wlllkle was In the name ot W. W. { aBa
B.7'W Chalker of Gaines- Peek Jr., spent Sunday in St. -- on a business trip to the north. relatives In DeLand this week. Is I..ct..n. V
untried Individual
Iwa week-end guest of Augustine attending the Day In Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and an In a pub Unless said certificate shall )I..
the lic office and what this Inex redeemed .. ya
Jr., the weekend artnrdlnir I t Jaw.I\ II. !
other, Mrs. A. M. Darby. Spain celebration as guestsof Mrs O. W. White and son. little daughter, Fay of Jacksonville perience cause him to do property deiirrltxMl. therein wltl lw i
Mr. Hardy's parents Mr. and Olin Jr., returned Mondny from, visited her parents Mr. and Hold. to the hlKhnnt bidder at Ih.
Mrs.- !Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr, in and say before the campaign Is rotirthoiiHR door on the first ."nr>-
M F Brown and daugh- F. Edge and children Jacksonville where they spent Mrs. Walter Underhill recently. over can not be predicted. The day In the month of Uclebvr. nil....
B. Sewell Jean and Brooker. Mr. and Mrs Ervin McRae of which IH (Ih. 7th of
and Mrs. W. Buddy, of Gainesville several days with the Rev. and day October,
ally I world situation i is changing so 1940, ;
Jacksonville. ( of Mrs. M. WhileIn Waldo and Mrs. Neta White of'
1 Friday in were guests Tuesday Mr. and B. Montgomery
last Friends of Theodore will rapidly I that many of these bolt Duled. this 7th day vf Septem i
Mrs. T. K. McClane. Jr. Young the city Olin, Jr., had his ton- Jacksonville visited their slater her 1 1940. '
ers, who in instances think
plumbing andg I be Interested to learn that he has ails removed at St. Vincent's Hospital and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. many mWICIAr! Ar.A.. J. Thomaa.
? drprmlable accepted a position with the they are climbing on the bandwagon t'l'>Tk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty f r
.we Smith & Fornyth. Misses Evelyn and Marjorie I Walter Underhill recently. may discover they took Florida. H-1J! 4t 10-4
Florida: Power and Light Co., In (
Stump, Miss Martha Metcalf and I Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall and the
wrong wagon.
and Mrs. W E. Mltchan of Miss) Dorothy Delevan spent Sun- Luke City. Mr: and Mrs. Cecil }!:itch and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Murrhee and Antagonism to HE'nryVIllacE', NEUTRALIZES( QUICKLY
Satur- in and Miss little son of Green Cove Springsand EXCESS STOMACH ACID
ta, Ga., were guests day Montlcello. family, Lilly Dillabcrry as nominee .for vlcl'prf'lIld'nt.'shouh.t ,
W. G. Mrs. J. W Kincaid left Sat- of and Mrs. L. L. Conner and daughter. -
fcight of Mr. and Mrs. -- St. Petersburg Mrs. S. G. ke Acid stomach causes heartburn
I not sufficient cause for
:Miss Abble Holden state man- urday for a business trip to New Schell of Lake Butler are leaving, Elna of Gum Branch were a change in party affiliation. In gas and Indigestion. You can neu- lI'1'tralize '

ager of the Woodman Circle was York City. She was accompanied today for their respective homes I'' supper guests of Mr. and Mrs -_ the the has this acid quickly by tak-
pant vice-presidency
and Mrs. L. A. Davis have' the guest Sunday afternoon of by her sister, Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof after enjoying a week at Mrs Jeff Lewis recently. I-been frequently: used as a pocket ing a spoonful of BLsma-Rex Ix t 4

-net after spending the sum- Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Tampa. W J. Epperson's cottage on Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCall 'where a man's popularity and a glass of water after every meaLIt

lat their cottage; on KingsleyJentaWord Kingsley Lake. and daughter Georgia of Jack prestige- would Is delicious tasting. Buy a r
: rust away In In-
Mrs K. G. Duncan Mrs. L.
D. sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. i
Miss Frances Peek spent the activity. It Is the nation's most bottle of 00 doses for OOc todayat
week-end as guest of her uncle Vlnlng Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. D. Friends of Miss Marjorie.Stump Bishop, Thomas recently I notable do-nothing office. The the Rexall Drug Store-Carpenter's pis
P. Carpenter and Miss Lois Ad- will be interested to know that Mrs. E. C. Lewis and daughter -
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. H. C. vice-president has neither Drug Store in Starke.
kins spent Tuesday morning In she has Irene and Mr. and Mrs. ,
Richard in Palatka. accepted a position as tive, executive nor judicial .
; Gainesville.Mrs. power.It
public school music teacher and Woodrow Thomas of LaCrosse C'hfICka1IAI4ARIA
seems would be an ideal
Mrs. E. J. Dowling and daughter band leader in the Monticello visited Mrs. Lewis' brother Dock
Miss Marian Dowling, and W. H. Biggs of Lawtey High School. Miss! Stump left DeLacy who Is very 111 In a hospital place for his enemies t consign 666 In 7 day & relievesCOLDS
AYED-one black cow with Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jacksonville Henry Wallace. '
Miss Clara Flume spent Tuesday Monday to assume the duties of In Tampa. They also visited :
lite spots. Marked: crop and Mrs O. J. Griffin of Wlllkle has now endorsed the
her other relatives In Auburndale.
afternoon in Jacksonville new position. I symptom. first day ,
|der bit one ear and under St. Augustine are guests of Mrs.E. Bishop Thomas spent the weekend farm policies of the present administration. 'ltub-My-TII.m" Wonderful /
Try :
under bit In other, L. Biggs.Mr. This makes those f1
pe Sue Mlddleton of: with his Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Canova of Marjorie parents Liniment
Democrats i '
looks like LC. Re- who bolted J
ded LG. the
Jacksonville were guests Sunday Jacksonville .who spent the past Mrs. Bob Thomas of LaCrosse party Liquid > Tablet Salve *T.M ;,
Store. Starke.3t because of Wallace look ?
Green's and .
ird Mrs Joe E. Thomas pretty
few week with and attended the annual
hews her meetingof
afternoon of Mrs i.: P. E. Canova grandparents Prop r
to 9-20 and Mr. and Mrs: R. G. Kidd. and daughter. Joan, of Crescent Dr. and Mrs. W. E.Mlddleton the Primitive Baptist Association t,1.'l ,,?

Mission- City are spending this week at returned to her home' which convened with Hope ... --- :"\:
SALE- Kingsley Lake in Mrs. E. M.Thomas' Sh. Church. Phone 439, ';nvrn.-- P. O. Box 2021 H
Saturday *was accompanied
Strawberry Plants. 200000. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Strickland y

d stock. G. L. Whitecomb, Mrs. Edwin St. John Miss Elea- cottage. by Miss' Madge Mlddleton and : O. C. R. STAGEIIERG ARCHITECT !;',

Iwthome 4t to St. John and Bill McMillan -- Miss Ruby.Lll1ey. 'l J\
Fla. ,,10-41 nore Mrs. A. C. Gllleon and daughters I Connultant City Planning ,y4
in Jacksonville.
SALE-Pineapple pears 3 spent Monday Betty Jane and Lillian of The Rev anct,Mrs. Frank Robinson Clipped Telephone 146 Htarke P. O. Box 851 : C'f,

| 'I with Mrs. Gilleon's parents, Mr. __ .. : __ \
ilUi, Graham. Arcadia were. .)iere the first of ,
Jr.. of Jacksonville spent Sunday : ,
)'I and Mrs. R. A. Nettles. : _. UNAlltoRIC.N.ACTn'lTlES: .,
the weeK visiung jvir. ana Mrs.
here as guests of her parents i I A' "
SALE-one large two-story .fr. and Mrs. C. B. Strickland. -- L. F. Smith and other friends.Mr. The group of. women In Washington I,I "i,!
use, conveniently located ups : : I Mrs. Charles Burton and" Misses
Mrs... lobinson and son whose silly antics have
all modern convenlE'nces.table I Ruth and Edith Rowe spent the
Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Sr., Mrs. i were enroute- North Carolina made the front pages of number ,i
for roomers. Price week-end in Jacksonville with
W. ,J. Epperson, Jr.. Mrs. R. L. for a vacation trip. of papers lately, have in our I
'enable If Interested. 'writex. ,, their brother and sister-in-law. !
Richard, and MrB. R. E Richard opinion, thoroughly demonstratedtheir
l\ Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe.
care County
Dr. and Mrs. Sr. ,
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. Henry Chase own lack of patriotism, and _
flegraph! Starke: 9-13 ttf
and Mrs. Alvin Chase of Jack
to call Claude Pepper a "Hene-

SAI.E->-New-'I station Friends of Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wain- sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Henry I dict Arnold," or traitor Is nn indication I
Friday -
and returned ,
wright family
d five will be glad to learn that Chase of Salt Lake City Utah of one or two things:
acres of land. Living Sr.. !; to their home In Tallahassee I L
rters Located three 'miles she has returned from Jacksonville after the summer at were guests Saturday of Mrs P. i, Either they are "fifth columnists," We Have Moved The Location '

Ink of Starke on ,Jacksonville where she underwent an eye spending E. Canova and guests Sunday of For sadly lacking In the necessary

fway.! T. J. McIntyre. I Irke. !operation and that she is greatly their cottage on Kingsley .Lake.. I, Mr. and Mrs Joe Hoover and I gray mutters It takes to reason. Of The Ford Dealership And It : t.

Mrs. Hilda Belle Hence at Kings- We have sons brothers and
it ,,improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and
ley Lake. other male relatives of our own I
Is Now Located 1 Block South
daughter Miss Dorothy Mills of! .
some of whom nerved In the last
SEZ Green Cove Springs were guests Friends of Miss Marian Dow- war and we still think military '. :
NAT : Sunday of Mrs. E. M. Thomas Of The S. A. L. Depot. '
ling will be Interested to learn training Is necessary to the future E
Why ii It that there are alwaysa and Mr. and Mrs A. J. Wilkinson that she will leave Sunday for protection of our country.It's i

few people who think that they\ Jacksonville where she will enter all right to be a pacifist If i

are right and the rest of J. J. Truby returned to Starke(Riverside Hospital to go in train-I we can do it In peacetime, but We Are Now Ready To Render ": '
last week after spending the past 1 1
,) the: world l I. wrong. -ling as a nurse. She will be ac- try to stop a bomb with a white : fiT; i
several months In Wayneavllle, "'
Makes<< no difference how worth companied by her parents Mr. I flag. No longer; can we hide be-
while the undertaking: IH and how N. C., with his brother-in-law and and Mrs1. E. J. Dowllng Miss hind our oceans. With commercial -' You The Same High i Quality ;;

much It111 benefit the com- sister, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. KI1llan. Helen Dowllng, and Miss Clara flights ''I
planes making dally
munity, they are not In favor of v Flume. with mall baggage and pasneng- Service As We Did At Our Old ,: :

.It. ers only a fool would argue that 1
Maybe I'm just a plain old fool Mr. and Mrs. Carr Colley and For dependable plumbing and bombers cannot make the mime Location. .JI ;
have returned to their:
without the courage of my convictions family heating MW Smith & Forsyth. I trips with a far more deadly I '
home In St. Louis, Mo., after enJoying -
but I anus sea to myself cargo. Maybe these same women )
sea I, "If the majority thinksf.. a vacation here with Mr.Colley's Stewart W. Bechett foremanof I will go out to meet Hitler with 0).0) ;.,:
Mr. and Mrs. W. "
an right. It must be all tlght"Yew.Line. parents the St. Petersburg Times returned -I doves and olive branches. From

A. Colley. Friday of last week to' the way Innocent women- n cI

that city after spending several children refugees were shot down J. ANDREWS JR. I IpnONE
who short
Paul spent a
days as the guest of Mr. and by machine guns on the roads in ,
( Of Good Value vacation here with his parents, Mrs. J. F. Burnett at Kingsley France and other countries Herr :1
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, returned 118 STARKE, FLA.
Bechett and
Lake. Mrs. son Hitler would be little impressedwith ','
Fall Dresses."Mark Twain"Shirts Saturday to New York Stewart Jr., will remain until their winning ways. If j
where he has a position with jI'
City today. Mrs. Bechett and Mrs. some of them are, a. they say, '
the National Broadcasting, Co. Burnett are sisters. Gold Star should ",
for Men mothers, they "
12 to 20 have more consideration for those .... Ol.,- \\1 "
and Mrs T. F. Land rum, \
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman sons' lives than to have them

$3.95 $1.65 Mr.and and Mr. Mrs.and T.Mrs.K. McClane E. L. ,Mat Jr., and and daughters Catherine, Misses arrived Betty Thursdayof Jane,wasted.They their country, and died to to save protect De- REMEMBER LAST WINTER ? :"' ; i,

thews attended a rally of Yomg last week' from a vacation in I mocracy. Shall we then sit Idly Well .''V ;;
Democratic Club members held at it's time now to'get ready for'' the
Highlands N. C., en ro I by and allow Nozism and Germany -

Fannin Springs Wednesday night. their home in Sebring. The to take over just because coming winter <

"High Grade"Club Stephens Misses Nollman left Saturday, we like peace T '
Mr. and Mrs. R. A.afternoon Nettles had Mr. Miss Betty Jane to attend South-I Fie on you ladles hie you back Buy Your Heaters From Us Now i

as guests Saturday ern College in Lakeland where she to your kitchens and watch your fl'

City Shoes Work Pants and derbllt Mrs.Mrs.J. II.Clyde Manning Manning of Van.and Is a sophomore and Miss Catherine oven iDeFunlak Springs Breeze. Aladdin. K. Oil Heaters _____1__ -$14.95 ,1:" '

school .
to attend In Sebring.Mr.
For Men Sanforized children of Starke, Miss Esta and Mrs. Nollman are spendIng PEPPER IS HONORED Sheet Iron Heaters __...__....._ _____ 1.50 ':.,

Manning Jacksonville.Miss and. Wesley Loyless of the week here.NEJV Senator Claude Pepper, of Cast Iron Heaters _______ _.___.__ 7.50 "w I ;

$5.00 $1.39Mens RIVERBy Florida was honored In Washington Stove Pipe 6" __________ _______. .20
Lois Adkins !Is spending the other day when a groupof

this week with Mr., and Mrs. D. Mm. O. E. Crosby I women' opposed to his strong Stove Pipe, 6", 2 for _..:...:___ ...___ __ .35 .j

P. Carpenter before returning to Miss! Melba Moody was visit- preparedness stand, hung an overall I
Butler Stove Pipe, 6",3 for L,_ ...... .50 ;
Jacksonville where she will re- Ing in Lake Saturday.Mr. clad dummy labelled "Claude ,, --- ,

Blue Hanes sume her duties aji a memberof and Mrs. Dock Edwardsand Benedict Arnold Pepper." Stove Pipe Ells, 6" ___-..._-___----- .25'. ;+ .:
the faculty of the Riverside family of Starke were visit- The Florida Senator boa: been

& Shorts Grammar School. ing Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby outstanding in his advocacy of Galvanized Garbage Cans ______. .95 '! t
Serge Suits
t. Shirts recently. prompt aid to the Allies and of '
Cutters .95
Miss of New -------*.-_..._:... x__ : V:
and Miss Mar- Crosby
Miss Jean Dart Betty speedy rearmament on the part

Nicely Tailored Each garet Pearce left Sunday for River _,attended the Orange Bell of the United State The female Aladdin K. Oil Lamps ___ ...... .....,--- 4.QK "
Tallahassee where they will enter jamboree at Ocala Saturday night. : .' .
25cSTERNBERG'f the Florida State College for Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Planet Jr., Hand Plows ______.:..__ '7.75 .

i_ $18.50 Women. They were accompaniedby family were dinner guests of Mr. FURNITURE ORDERA MADE TO Handled Axes ______ _!: $1.75 'to $2.50 ;

Miss Davis' parnu. Mr. and and Mrs. Adam Andrews Sunday. :r."

Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mr. Ray Andrews of Lake But- : ; A I so RfooflnJ blnl'. Ken-Rad Electric Lamps In All Sizes ,
ler was visiting In this section
::1 1 ': .
Owen W. Griffin of St. Augustine Sunday. I Guaranteed York -

Mrs. Maude Alexander, Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. QUALITY SERVICE ;;j .

Cloyed Alexander Jr.. Blm Sis-_ T. S. Dowllng were In Lake But Just Fhona 'k

tone and'.Fred .Maxwell all of; ler on business Tuesday afternoon. Z- BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.

Jacksonville are spending this Miss Pansy Thomas of Johns ;

week at theEugene Griffin cot- town was a week-end guest of Eddie Hartman J.. D. CARLISLE; Owner, I n.

tage on KViff'ley: ke, flu Novis Sapp. I \" i

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1I { :id FARMERS' SECTION foryears here is considered, the present one outbreak of the I Farm Prices Increase -Farm-Workers- I LIVE STATE N l

Be -
May Given
most serious to ever occur In the During August -'uIIJ)
-= _.
i state. Social SecuritySenator "
RURAL HINTS FOR Emphasizing the necessity for I IUanS; n --
Prices of farm products at the Jacksonville ,
SENSE. action by all Claude Pepper said N. ELEG.t1p3
COMMON . cooperative grow- Plant City markets on August 15 tlement of issues which precipl'. ork, "GoF''d
the entomologists have make a headed p
ers be would ,
last week that a dale
PLANNING SCHOOL CLOTHESNow GOOD FOR YOUTH recommended a bait consisting of :averaged one point higher than a tated a strike of 2,000 el i g a i residents gatilln, t '
Il "" | month earlier as increases in determined effort to secure an workers at the John H. Swlshei. observIng thO :
j"i \Is the time to plan and SO pounds of wheat bran 50 two "Florida fM
Much has been said during re- prices of dairy and poultry products amendment to the Social SecurityAct and Son Cigar factory appearedto I day,
supply the children's clothes for I pounds of cottonseed meal, 7 1-2 York's at
cent years, in fact during recent more than offset price de. extending benefits to agricultural be near, and both union and I World's Fair *|
school. Much of the strain of the pounds of calcium arsenate, 4 ,
months, about the physical condition |dines for grain, cotton and fruit, workers now denied these company officials said operation) !' speeches. VIsIt; M
,; ; last minute rush and disappointments I quarts of syrup, and enough I(I ous lo
SerI the remaining *
of Americana particularly the Agricultural Marketing benefits, as quickly as would be resumed.
',,, ; ; I from hasty purchases can I I water to make the whole mix I soon official calls Conses8!lop1
I American youth. Some writers vice reported last week: At 961 I defense bills now pending 0 n fair |t
1 be avoided by following a care ture damp or flaky. The bait Is .' highlighted-
have intimated that Americans of by the Congress.His the r
percent of the August 1909-July are disposed APPROVE AIRPORT WORK
,' '1s,4,
? fully made plan. These made by mixing the bran, meal,
I are becoming "soft" as a result of 1914 level, farm product prices I)I bill, S. 3902 would amend,
tions helpful mixingthe Ocala, Representative Hen- MUST
may prove and arsenate together,
''' r sugges-I, easier living and lees work, and averaged 8 points higher than on| effective January 1, 1941. the L\\\8\
f'atx' ing this! plan: 1 syrup with about three quartsof 1 dricks (D-Fla.) said last week
| they have emphasized the fact August 15 of last year but only j, definition of "agricultural labor"contained .
and then adding the the war department had approveda Attorney
hand water,
444 'w Separate on that a vigorous, virile people de- 76 percent of parity with prices in Section 209 (1)) of George Couper Cion r
: 'I sweetened the mix \ relief project for improvementof
be used liquid dry rul l
which can as they are 1
Y Act as that
from t
velop work and effort paid, interest and taxes. the Social Security hotel
from the ones which need ren ture. Additional( water shouldbe I the municipal air port here boarding hOOJ,
1426 (h) apartment
: ing demand amended and Section and
,, + pairing or altering. Next, put | Perhaps some young peopleof added if necessary to keep the I consumer Increas-j "of indicating "there Is still some tore restaurant
Internal !
smaller and 1607 (1)) the may be OJ!
America have become "soft"through sonally supplies
Sul t'0 from This that the will build pllnlahed
both outer and under garments mass becoming sticky. army an by a
they do i 1
amended, by
lack or necessity for erized the mid-August market Revenue Code, as not pOst
into good condition. Through remodeled amount of bait is sufficient for 1 alrbase there. fIlCh
'y hard work through not having to uation for eggs and butterfat. On deleting the words "or, In the case copies of laws m
and from five to 10
out-moded partly treating acres. gOVerning
the other hand of fruits and vegetables as an incident llty for guests' Iii
work, but young folks on the agricultural ex- loses
h ; worn garments can be made often USES LOTS OF ELECTRICITY and
As the insects come to the ties for Pet
farms are not by any means included ports of grain and cotton have to the preparation of such obtainIng
into satisfactory clothes for oth surface at night, the bait should Jacksonville, -Floridlans con tent to lOdging with
.. in this group. dwindled during recent weeks and fruits or vegetables for market"from defraud The
: ers, especially the smaller ones. broadcast over Infested fields sumed almost 94,000,000 klllowatt requested OPinion
of each by
Because of the new-crop supplies are now com paragraph (4)) Hotel
Now make an accurate list of that must be many and tasks the late in the evening, preferablyafter ing on the market. section. hours of electricity for their living W. M. Taylor. COIlUntIlI .

the outer and under garmerts, performed rain. Two or three light Industrial and power requirements -
necessity for all members of the Grain and cotton price indexes The Senator said, "The presentlaw
; foot wear, and head wear needed, applications made at intervals during the month of July, BOARD OF
family to do their in i declined 2 and 3 points respect- which was enacted last year' HEALTH
parts ON
for each individual school child. pro- of a few days to a week, will be the Florida State Chamber o P AIR
ducing a livllhood from the soil, 1 ively during the month ended and became effective January 1st
While making this plan, carefully more effective than one heavy ap Commerce reported recently. To
t' rural boys and girls begin work- 'August 15, while animal and of this year, to which you and I Tuesday, September
actual needs from the
divide the plication. {tal generation within the state as H\
a "wants." j ing early in life and as they: mal-product indexes were ani-I were then opposed and are now'(reported to the federal power 2.30: P. M., marked the tints

grow older, become more and' changed to higher. Meat opposed, you will recall, with- series of original
. dramaa
Choose well-designed garments commission, Washington, D. C.,
-- GrowersTo
Tung titled
''B ,( more proficient In their tasks mals in mid-August sold at 110 holds benefits of the Social Security I "Life Can Be
that provide freedom of movement was 90,461,000 KWH. with an ad- Your.1
until, on reaching adulthood, they Commercial percent of the 1910-14 level the Act as far as unemployment -, dramas ore on Cancer.
are sturdily constructed, Reap I ditional 7,521,000 KWH being imported Ho--
are capable of managing the farm same as a month earlier. Dairy I insurance Is concerned, from worm Tuberculosis
and made of durable material
are from other states. DIP her
and the home. Harvest This Year !and 4 and those in the Malaria
.. that .l.. easily laundered. Cottonsare poultry products rose engaged performanceof Pellagra .
The 4-H Club emphasizes work. 2 points respectively during the "agricultural labor," The Act .r major health problem//
the most satisfactory fabrics !
because they are smart, thrifty Its basic purpose Is to stimulate After 15 years of experimentation month as supplies decreased sea then defined "agricultural labor". state. The programs will J

durable, washable, and 'comfort and train rural young people to I and experience with tung sonally. Fruit prices were lower, in such a way as to make It Impossible West Palm Beach,-Plans to 13 weeks duration and A p PI

able. Choices for every use are'J use their hands and their minds trees on a field basis, Florida during the period.MidAugust for employees engaged in provide health aid to low income I.seated by the Florida Work p.

available on the market. I with greater efficiency so that growers are expecting to harvesta I prices of all groups handling planting, freezing, grading farm workers in Palm I Beach I|gress Administration ana I.II .

Provide protection for the their success' later on in life will (of products other than chickens packing, processing, storing County are being formulated by Florida State Hoard.! of Heart
of the oil-producing fruits I I
school child from rain and cold, ibe i greater than their forerunners. crop 'and eggs averaged higher than a 'or delivering to storage or to the

especially if he travels on a I The club movement Is planned BO worth nearly a half-million dollars (year ago. At 90 percent of their ,I market, or to a carrier for transportation Health newly-organized Migratory PAROLK: KFAOKH:
school bus. Raincoats may be ''as to train and guide the young during the winter of 194041.R. 'August 1909July 1914 average, to market, fruits or Belle Glade here H. L. I I Tallahassee. Because of gCi

tailored at home from available.(people of the farm in their every D. Dickey, horticulturist chicken and egg prices averaged I vegetables as an Incident to the Haney, The grower, la year sentence on a Dade Car

? cotton fabrics which are treatedto day work and in new lines of with i the Florida Experiment the same as a year ago. Cotton I preparation of such fruits or vegetables president. association Is a 1 grand<<1 larcency conviction, RU:

be ehower-proof. endeavor. Station, estimates that the Flor |and cotton seed prices were up I for market to get the benefit non-profit the Farm organization sponsored Rocco must finish out 22 ye

Consider the clothing customsof When these youngsters cultivate ida yield will be 10 million 16 points; fruit 9; meat animals, of the unemployment provi by It Security Administration I of a 25-year robbery semen.;

the local when their of 9; dairy products 9; .grains: 12 sions of the Social Security Act. was explained by William Rocco, originally Convicted
group choosing gardens,, work in the pounds or more, capable pro- ; I Dent of Montgomery, Ala., I
clothes for school wear. Group ap- fields, raise livestock, plant trees, ducing at least' 1,600.000 poundsof and truck crop prices, 13 points. "This Is unfair to the great ional FSA Information advisor.reg- I Duval County on four charges

proval and dressing like the groupare and do the work necessary for oil. Prices for the oil have Cotton prices declined nearly a number of honorable and faithful Dent robbery in 1932, was paroW ,

perhaps the most Important I completion of these and many almost doubled since the Japanese third of.a cent per pound at local workers so engaged. said the new organizationwould good behavior after serving !th,
1 (I secure health air for share
basis for choosing clothes for the other projects, they develop invasion of China, and It Is expected farm markets from July 15 to "My bill Is designed to changethe croppers, farm laborers, I I years. The State Pardon Boa
packing revoked the
boy and girl. strong and healthy minds and that growers will obtain August 15 as new-crop lint i existing law so that such house workers parole last w*
Make as many of the school bodies. The spirit of competition, between 25 and 30 cents a pound started to market. This year's workers may get the justly deserved other classes drought of refugeesand ) Board officials said he war ccvicted

clothes as is practical, as sewing personal satisfaction, and the inspiration for this year's crop. crop Is expected to be slightly benefits of the SocialSecurity workers. agricultural I in Dade County under u

at home earns as well as saves inculcated into them to Heavy fruit yields are In prospect smaller than a year ago. Exports I Act providing unemployment name of Crosley Daniel Tolu4BGREE

money. In deciding whether to be of service to themselves, their throughout the area, since during the first half of August, Insurance for them."

buy ready-made garment; remember clubs, their communities, and tang blossoms escaped damage however, were only a third as FUNERAL HOME

that the more standardIzed their country spur them on to from cold this spring. Winter large as during the same period 375TH ANNIVERSARYSt. Ambulance Service
Day or Night Phone
; ) the garment the lower the achievement. Theirs Is a work weather kept the trees dormant of last year. Domestic stocks Augustine,-St. Augustine 1S4

ready-made price. Making boys' with a purpose. later than usual and the bloom were about 18 percent lower than 1 I I entertained a record breaking We have added late model AMBULANCE to our equlpnmt

shirts and trousers saves less Individually and collectively was .not killed by late spring a year ago at the beginning of crowd at the ceremonies In con- with special springs for easy riding:,

than making girls' dresses, they become strong in mind and cold, one of the most serious. the new. marketing season. But nection with the celebration mark- "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" O. H. Bennett, Maupr

Keep an exact account of the body. They develop a very strong handicaps facing the American 9.23 cents per pound in mid-Au ing the 375th anniversary of the ,

# money spent for. each individu sense of loyalty, to their group Industry transplanted from China. gust, prices received by farmers founding of the city, which were .

al's clothing. This will tend to and to their country. Growers planting new still averaged about a half cent .held Saturday Sunday, and Mon- INSURE WITH
+ proportion the money fairly ,per pound more than a year ago. i day-September 8. 9 and 10.
r all Hard work, interspersed with are seeking locations protected.' I.
makes among family members and balanced recreation, makes them from late cold. Large plantings After striking their lowest point (' Sightseeing periods between the N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.
a more thoughtful in of the year in June, hog prices events permitted visits to Marine
strong mind and body. Other have been made in recent years |
buyer. rose seasonally and 'Studios, the Ostrich and FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS
i. groups in,urban communities! may around Lament in Jefferson on August 15 Alligator

-- I ipernaps nave become soft, but County and in other parts of the average had reached $5.83, Farm, Fountain of Youth, and Phone 74 STARKE FLORIDA

not the 4-H Club members. western Florida. per hundred-weight. Federally other interesting attractions. ,

N ii I The state's growers will have ( inspected slaughted at 27 principal -
points for the four weeks
Plant City Growers access to two large modern crush-
ended August 16 was 23 ,
ing plants In Florida and othersIn I
.ftmff War smaller than for the
1 ,. Wage On i Georgia. The first modern preceding

r Mole Crickets crushing; plant ever erected was. twenty eight days but showed
_ "practically no change from a
built near Gainesville In 1928 and year I 4 Yr
II your Brat I I. ago. The 1940 pig Is \,
name ODe of li. crdp expected -
J Plant City,-Now planning to shipped the first tank car of r4-t'
hundred to be about ten 140
moat popular (.ralnlc. percentsmaller td41
1set American oil In 1932. Another 3
out their fall i 1 strawberry than '
I the 1939
ant! Mid-
name on our I1 L you cue lor- erected crop.
plant was at Brooker in
plants, growers in this area are
August local market ;',, 0A
; tuoatB. That mcaai prices of ,
yea can 1939. Ill
i now confronted with the task of
II hogs averaged 16 cents per 100
GENUINE ENGRAVED controlling the worst infestation Experiment Station researchhas pounds higher than a year ago.

personal I| of mole crickets t'o appear here... shown that bronzing, about 1 Local market prices of milk
cam itatloncrrol in many years.Realizing the only ailment which has sold at wholesale
th. lowest II averaged a little
cost In hitlory.
that control of these !I plagued the trees In some sections less than usual

35 * and 25 pests I IH- necessary if they are to I of Florida, can be overcome month ended during 15. the I
But avoid serious losses In their plantings //1 by the application of zinc sul-, butterfat prices also

.?--_.-___?__?_._??$i farmers are waging a vigorous :f ate to the trees in April or May. whereas they ordinarily were show up little I

campaign against them .From one-fourth to one- half
Stop la and.xaraln. our nw "400 change during the month. Mid-
Un." of Poslson bait, recommended! by C. '1 pound[ is required for each young August local market
naravtd prices of
loUon la
ry B. Wlsecup, federal entomologist i!'tree, from one-half to one pound butterfat ,
'1.00 ban.. averaged/ 26.7 cents
in Sanford and Dr. A. N, Tissot, h j f for each older tree. Frenchingr, pound compared with 25.9 cents per

State Experiment Station entomologist -I 3f less frequent occurrence, i Is'' a month earlier and 224 cents
is the weapon they are c controlled with manganese sul- '
year ago. Prices received
BRADFORD COUNTY depending on to curb the num- f ate. 1 farmers by
milk sold at whole-
TELEGRAPH bersf mole crickets. Laboratories of sale
the United
averaged<< $1.75 100
Phone 29 Starke, Fla. While the mole cricket has been !States Department of Agriculture ;) pounds during the month per ended \

a peat' in many "parts of Florida I n Gainesville are erideavorlng to August 15. This was 7 cents

find and develop trees that escape -, higher than both a month earlier
cold and ft ._ A uu'
yield well
FUNERAL DIRECTOR to discover uiu iu Augusi a year ago.

My Many Tears Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render chemicals which can b e 11 I I Prices received by farmers for
sprayed on the trees to prolong live chickens
dormancy, to devise methods oi: during the month ended August t
MODERATE PRICES extracting more oil from the cake
,,//15. Chickens brought an average
DeWITT c. JONES and to develop :profitable uses for, of 13.4 cents per pound on local

t Starke Florida the hulls and cake. markets in mid-August or one

fifth of a cent less than a month

r Fort Meade Lady Has, earlier. Receipts 0 f dressed

poultry on 4 of the principal ter

HOTEL LEAMINGTON Unusual ExperienceFort minal markets during the fort

night ended August 10 was practically
Meade.-Mrs. J. D. Bell,
unchanged from
N. E. 1st those of
Street at Biscayne Boulevard who lives
on East Broadway had the corresponding two weeks t In

Overlooking Bay front Park and Biscayne Bay an unusual experience Monday early July although substantially

evening of last week while gath- higher than In the same weeks
Opposite Union Bus Station last year. Mid-August chicken
... ering up the eggs In the chicken
prices, however
house. were still about
MIAMI FLORIDAOne two-fifths of a cent higher thana
She thrust her hand in a dark year .

Block From Shopping District And Amusements. nest and picked up something I ago.Prices received by farmers for

slick and cold dropped it in a
eggs averaged 17.2
DECEMBERSingle hurry! Quickly getting some dozen in mid-August comparedwith

Room with n at lh-$I.M; Double Room with Bath-$2.00 some' matches she looked into the 16.4 cents a month earlier. .
nest and ugh, there
it was a The Increase from
July 15 to
MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL snake! Mrs. Bell shuddered to August was less than the usual
think that she had actually had seasonal .
Increase for that
the snake' in her hands! '
Compared with a month ago, /f
The snake had swallowed the higher prices were reported in all / .L .

l China nest egg. Measuring the sections of the country except the .. _"

t snake It was found to be 53 Inches West North Central of It's /
t a I long and very large around. states where a decline group of more i something Coca-Cola has that

O From the description of It, dark I I; than a halt-cent per dozen was millions have liked for
more than
; cream colored with pale brown I reported. Increases of 2.3 cents fifty

stripes on its back. It Vas a per dozen were recorded how- ycars-a happy after-sense of

common chicken or rat snake' ever, in the Middle Atlantic. complete

0 perfectly harmless and outside its Mountain and Pacific Coast reg- refreshment that adds to your enjoymentof

Do Your nature to swallow whole baby ions. Egg production continued ice-cold
t Trading chicks and eggs, it.. is a beneficial high during July and was the Coca-Cola. No wonder people

creature to have around where largest for that
month since the
1931. world
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are there are lots of rats. However Mid-August egg prices averaged over say: get a Coca-Cola, and y

_ given away with every $40 in trade Mrs. Bell like many others abhors three-tenths of a cent per dozen get the feel of refreshment. \0

or certificates. the Idea of a snake being less than a year ago.

Are Redeemed loose and she declared never -

In Gwih If again would she put her hand All S
SMITH'S GARAGE in legal blanks promissory E
t'' Too Choose a hen's nest unless she was cer note, retain title notes carried THJLPAUSE' THAT RE F R

r, STARKE FLORIDA eggs.tain that contained nothing but] In stock bi. the Bradford County STARKE ?! AtmK>WT* Of THE COOWCOIA CO. BY


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And TabernacleThe I' By :Mrs U L. Parker By Mrs. I>. D. \VooJard By Mm.. A. L. Sullivao I By Miss Beth Wimherly Ily lflMnuJa CrosbyMrs.

ITth chapter of Jeremiah Bridge Club Marts Church services are being held Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones of The heavy rains of the past Ralford Brown and sons; <:

Intents 011 Here formed the basis of the weekly Mrs. Fred Hnzen entertainedthe on the second and fourth Sun Qultman. Ga., were- visiting relatives -I week have held up the road work I Buren and Junior Brown of Plant \"t'I s\ ,

Bible Study at the I weekly bridge club Thursday days In every month, and Sun and friends here and at': on the north end. The work of
Hereafter Mission! Hall
d I the has I City, were visiting relatives :'Of i.f.
last Tuesday night. Mrs. Murphy afternoon Mrs. Pervis H a zen day School is held every Sunday Hampton recently.Mr I applying prime started
8 was set I I and this of the work'was this flection over the week-end. 1
.' .av September 1 who has been away for the made the highest score of the afternoon. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and I part I'Mr. I

President of theedpmertcans [IsummE'r. has returned. Mrs. Dell evenings' play and Mrs. Leo n.1 Mrs. Kvie Johnson and Mrs. son, Percy, were shopping In delayed as they have to have a and Mrs H. B. Kelly\ of j I'

/states aeverypcreed Thomquest's daughter wus McKinnon low.Refreshments. I Cynthia Richie of Gainesvillewere Jacksonville\ Saturday.Mrs. dry surface to make this appli- Jacksonville spent the week-end {I :: .

I ja I visitor at the service. of fruit salad recent guests of Mrs. 1>. D. Carl Edwards of Lawtey 1 cation. On the other hand our with Mr. Kelly's mother, Mrs. l :' i!

"afnommatlon were land to and ask I Jeremiah, In the passage stud- cake and tea were served by the? Woodard.Mrs. spent several days of last week strawberry growers rejoiced over Beulab. Kelly. r. .
this the wet weather it enabled
I "to grant to I lied, warns the people against hostess. I Frank Coleman and children here with her mother, Mrs. An- as Mra. J. R Kelly and children :I ; I
L world them to set plants.
troubled lerlwell 1 Sabbath drews. Kathryn and Robert Lloyd were .
to breaking. When a nation Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard were visiting Mrs. Bob Lee "

e ring peace."It realize that> I is so busy In pursuit of are to be the proud owners of at Sand Hill Lake Sunday Mrs. O. J. Phillips of Lawteyand Mm. Maude Psulffrtt visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs 1\i\,

gniZtJ God l and,, to without ( wealth and pleasure that the I a new home out on their farm Miss Bernice Taylor of Friends of the family will re- A. L. Draggers of Lake ButlerI -

Is not sufficient should bear In I people do not have time to wor- I near here. The work on the BOOTSEY'S BEACH Macon Ga.? visited D. J. Phillipsand gret to learn of the passing of Thursday. !. ,," ,

: hoW' God'made er we plain In His |Shlp the Lord on His day. then ''I'i building began the first of this Ry MMM| Kffle Crawford family Friday. Hill Mrs. Maude Padgett Mrs.of the Clay I Mr. Hubert Kelly Is spending i I',;

that I they are on dangerous ground. 'I week. Misses Hazel Phillips Patsy community. Padgett this week with Mrs. Inez Kelly. JA?t:,
Is only one ap- died
d 1 that there Jesus said "No Israel was punished because the :I Mrs. Dewey Betha and her Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins are and Cleone Edmondson were* short early illness.Sunday She morning leaves to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Oliver of .I f,;!
b to Him 1 people disregarded the I Ij receiving congratulations on the I Jacksonville were visiting the bedside 'II '
Sabbath father Mr. visitors' to Live Oak Sunday. $!\
Father but Joe Kite of Guinea- ; '
the her loss her husband Hub- <
cometh unto day AH the nations! of the past yule arrival of a baby daughter born Miss Mildred Phillips of Ther- I mourn of Mrs. C. C. Crosby Satur- I .
were |
said, j visiting here Monday, bard six
He also Padgett, children, her I
name have I I t;
r' afternoon.
Into 2. P
shull ask In My gone oblivion because Mr. und! Mrs. W. T. Wasdln i September essa and Roy Baraugh of Balti parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner I day j' <

er ye I do." they disobeyed the fundamental and Mrs. J. E. Dbwling and son I Mrs. R. N. Crawford was shopping more Md., were visiting in two sisters, Mrs. Ed. Carter Among those attending the E! t; i

will the Word of God. laws that God wrote Into their I Earnle, Jr.. were dinner guests In Jacksonville Saturday. Palatka, Hastings and Gainesville and Miss Leila Mae Tanner, two singing convention at Water Oak .( '"'

cC: dinK to our sins in His hearts and consciences I: of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal Sunday 1 II MIst Justine Johns returned to Sunday.Mr. brothers Mack Tanner and Bill church Suday were: Mr. and Mrs. : \ ,

Christ bore He paid our In Isaiah 58:13: 14 we find I II her home here Sunday after I and Mrs. Howard Summers Tanner all of Clay Hill. Interment Marcus) Conner, Mrs. Beulatx ;( In,"

On the cross.died at Calvary. this promise: "If thou turn away I'I I Mrs. Theodore demons of spending the past week in Live and Mr. and Mrs. J. A Mllllken took place at Long BranchCemt'tery Kelly, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ",' ;':'"

v when He thy foot from the Sabbath, from Miami Oak with relatives.Mr. and little son, Glen, of Ocala four Crosby and son William. i ih I,
God u was visiting relatives here I I at o'clock Monday
I I approach His name. Suppose doing thy pleasure on my holy I last week. and Mrs. H. Keene and visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan with services at (the Long Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and I +:;. '.

1 pray la bank and ask day; and call the Sabbath a delight Mr. and' Mrs. Bill of Mr. and Mrs. Vantce Keene all of I Saturday evening. They Branch Church, Rev, J. L, Strick- son Robert Lloyd and Miss Arsula 'I

down to some check and : the holy of the Lord, hon. Gainesville Bryan Gum Branch were visiting at the ''I were accompanied home by little land officiating Crosby were transacting business It (P.,,
cash We Mrs.
cashier to my do lorable; and Shalt honor Him not revisiting home of Mrs. Jean Gasklna last Sylvia Mil 11 ken who had spent Miss Ruth Simpson and Miss in Waldo Sunday afternoon. l ,,'" "
: "We not Bryan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,
1 says "
cashier at this bank. You doing thine own ways, nor find- Chas. Hardy Wednesday. week. ;.,:, a week here with her grand- Freddie Wimberly of Starke' spent Mr. and Mra. Hilton Dunkley 'J"
r you Ing thine own pleasures A. J. Crawford who la employedin parents. the weekend here of i ;
here. You may nor with Mrs. H. of Jacksonville were guests 11'
no credit all right, but you speaking thine own words: Then Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and the CCC Camp at Fargo Ga., I.I| Mrs. Lilly Larry and son, A. J. C. Wimberly and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Sun. .j!;. :',
and I I I daughter Sarah visiting'i I
onest were of Jacksonville
Shalt thdu delight spent the week-end here with his Larry, were guests
thyself In Miss
the ;
Crews had
Maggie as ,
1 never established a standing Lord; and I will cause thee to |i and Mrs. Tom Osteen and parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Sibley Sun. and her day. 'j j ;','i'Mr.
Inia bank, and the only wayan I'ride Mr. and Mrs L. A. Brown Sat Crawford. guests Friday Saturday and Mrs! Eddie Hillard of .,, :.
Is for on high places of the day.Mrs. slater, Mrs. Oscar McCormick, Valrico Mr. HitIlard's
check -
cash this you urday.Mr.. were 'i J 'Jr'" ,
earth, and feed thee with the Fred Johns of Jacksonville Eliza Paul left Tuesdayfor Miss Miss '
Myrlawln McCormick y'
who does have brother-in-law and sister t1j(
Ret someone heritage of Jacob and Mrs. V. G. Hill lard spent the week-end here with rel Jacksonville on her way to ) 3
father for McCormick and
thy McCormick *
: Joy Ray -
It. I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sun. j-f
get a Crosby ,
lW endorse I (
to |r the mouth of the Lord hath of Trilby were visiting Mr. and atives. her home In Miami after a visit of Jacksonville. {

who has standing in the spoken 'it." Mrs. T. D. Dyal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllnrd Gasklna of several weeks with her sis James McCormick and J, T. day 'j'ffc '
and IEi I "
; to endorse my check Our Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and and baby spent Sunday In Baker ter, Mrs. J. J. Zelgler. Menendez of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hillard !K' ,
money. I do not get It nation today has gottena County with relatives. I Mr. and Mrs Clyde Hall were are and family and Mrs. W. T. f|(':.:;
children of Branford visit awhile '
were staying with F M. Crews
long from
his stand- ways respect of theLord's t'\
standing, but on Crosby and son William were
Miss Ruth Johns returned to shopping In Starke one day last
ing relatives here over the week ; and family. '
day and must 4
Ei to "
expect visiting their slster-ln-law, Mrs. i ''
end. her home In Jacksonville Saturday ,;,
be Mrs. D. C. Reid of Maxvllle '
punished for her week.Mrs.
to the Bible, all! disobedience. after spending the past two Leila Rafuse of Starke Bessie Hillard and children In the iA, 'F r" ,
Business Letha of Clewlston was a visitor her Tuesday <
goes 0 n Sundays in Kelly spent I
\ are sinners. There are none weeks with Miss Effie Crawford. was a visitor to Theressa Sim- Palatka Hospital Monday. .tt;,( ,
many places Just as the week-end here- with Mr. and
on other
i are righteous, no not one. I I Miss Josephine Johns of this camp on Lake Santa Fe. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and ;;!, ';'.S.\
days. Construction Mrs. C. S. and Mr. and day.Mr.
Kelley ,
best man on earth has no continued projects are Mrs. section attended the- weiner roastat and Mrs. Dan Loper have D. W. Moore was transacting little daughter were visiting Mr. ]\? ("r.'
and Lloyd Dyal.
ding In heaven except the : every manner of I Miss Vertle Crews' Saturday moved from here to Starke to business in Jacksonville Thurs- Dobbs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. t Iy': ;

ding which Jesus Christ gives so-called amusement is enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Conerlyof night at Woodlawn. make their home. Arch Dobbs of State Farm Sun.l 'i ,\

when we put our checks I Iso Jerusalem Nehemiah closed the gates of Okeechobee were visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand Mrs. Thos F. Brown and sons, day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and day night. r ;\ 311:\\1'
against the
ugh heaven's window, theseks here last week. family of this section attended Emory and Frank, were visiting Percy Sullivan of Therenna and I'';):

: must be endorsed by the brought their produce Into Mr. Dave Dyal is very sick the birthday dinner of relatives here Saturday afternoon. Miss Edna Mills of Green Cove For sale Adding &.achlne..1 ,','\'

ing blood of Jesus Christ be- feared town on for the the Sabbath day. He at his home near Brooker at this Junior Crawford of Woodlawn I Mr. and Mrs. H. I>. May spent I Springs were- visiting\! relatives In Typewriter Ribbons at Telegraph I M,?,!
they are cashed. "In my I safety the city. writing.Mr. Sunday. the week-end at their fishing lOimtls and Sanford Sunday, office tit.!
There Is a great need today for ,
d no price I bring; simply to I I and Mrs. Sanford Rltch '!'Ii"

r cross I cling," Is the lang- I a return to a strict observance and son Jim of Raiford and Mr. !t.:
of the Lord's day in our land, ,
of Christian prayer, "In and Mrs. Artford Brown of Sampson "
e ; )
lest the judgments, of God !
come '.
I'I'i .f
hand some price I bring, is :'i upon us. I City were the week-end (j, "

language of some self-right. guests of Mr and Mrs. L. A ::1 '

>. sinner who goes away from I'I TAIIERNACLE I Brown
Friday night's service was in j i

place of prayer receiving no charge of Mr. Gomes who spoke I Mr. and Mrs. H P. Gnlney For'41-Finest We've Done/ ,

uer to his request I I I of "Four-Eyed Christian." The' and daughter, Eva Fae, spent ,'
; J
four eyes being/ Ingratitude. Sunday in Jacksonville with their ,
bn all occasions when we pray In-I "
Mrs. Vera Collins, who
difference Infidelity, and daughter,
I I ,
should remember that God'si
I sick and in St Luke'sHospital
ance. Sunday night there was has been
aI| I
i teaches us how to pray in- i l
but Is better and has .
(! good service with singing by the ,
f gently, Some things are deftly -
I I children's chorus. Mary Merser- been moved to her home In Jack "
stated In His Word. It Is I
sonville. t
I eau a solo.
ectly clear according to our ,
I i There will be services at the Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of
'eratdndmg of the Bible thate
I Tabernacle next: : Friday and Sun I Starke spent Sunday afternoon '"
will never b e universal .(
day nights. Visitors are welcome. visiting relatives here..
Jc e as long as men reject the :
The children meet every Wed L. O. Hazen and Ovid Lewis
rious. substitutional b 1 o 6 d l I
Cement which Jesus Christ nesday afternoon for singing practice made a business trip to Jacksonville ;
and Bible study. There has 'I'
e> on the cross. I
I been an Increasing interest manifested !I-I .
fiere Is to be a golden day All Mrs. Edna' Lewis and children
In these meetings.
fi Jesus comes back again ands I Ii I' ,, of Safety Harbor are spending a
children Invited to Immediately '
are come -
: i over the earth as King of!I after school. 'I|,' few days with her sister, Mrs.

S and Lord of lords. That I I i Ralph Hazen. t

I be a righteous reign. In our I I Mr. and Mrs. Royce- Gainey iL \

Vera let us pray to God that : GUM BRANCH and daughter, Eloise, were visiting .

''ueousneRS which exalteth aIn' | By Miss Elizabeth Harnuge In Jacksonville Sunday NOW ON DISPLAY l ,: "'
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Thomas,
| may reign in Washing. Mr. and Mrs H. N. McRae and Mr IUICK SHOWROOMS K sre (,
and Walter
in the Leslie Thomas
White House in the
children, Owen and Odessa of "
onul Capitol and in all others Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.
Pine Level were dinner guests! of
the week-end
where Alice Thomas over
men represent the Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman Sunday of
Johnson Hastings
Tnment This Is no time forparty Mrs. C. ,
'"' politics and for men was visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B.

seek Mrs. Zarle Crawford and child Colson Sunday. M er; POWER, :,
to gratify their sordid More ',;....
of Boatdrain were dinner' mother of the <. ...; 1 .,
K. '
:itons.! ren Mrs. Crosby CO"Mfa.
The dies
world is in such btlladef from ; >t .
rrible condition nobody canIt guests of Mr and Mrs. F. s.1 Rev. C. A. Crosby, Is visiting 9tsppcfupFIRESAU ;: Mo'. 'Ik'JIaI .: ,

but God. Let us look to Sapp Sunday. I here this week. ; engines'WITH !'"fro ohd" N1araYAiu''IteadiRr ;

and not to the Democraticy Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Towney and i Bill Rhoden of Hellbronn .f I''

nor the Republican party small daughter, Mary Fae of Fer- Springs and W. C. Rhoden of Y'j ke "l" ; :

'IJ8 remember that the will of nandina spent Sunday here with Starke we revisiting Misses w.dn.V'.. '

for the relatives. Geneva Parrish and Lonnie Ward fJN.tJ' AA'
Individual life and Buick (
this advertisement
the nations of the world is re- Mrs. L. L. Conner and daughter here Sunday afternoon.

W In His Word. Elona left Friday morningfor Mrs. Sallie Dukes of Stein in a brand-new automo Every car in all five series of theN TH WlJNLO :'

SUB said, "There will be wars Tennessee where they will hatchee Is the guest of her sis bile model year. whole new line deserves unused I t
i Mrs. Florence Varnadoe, this
rumors of wars" until the end spend some time. ter
fresh-minted language.Stylewise WITH ALL THESE FEATURES
this week. .j j
age. Man by his own Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and 1940 production is history-recording

rt will never be able to bring son Lynn of Pine Level were din- the manufacturing andselling BUICK rttlSAU VALVllNHtAD IN- :i

universal peace. Jesus is the ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. i PINE LEVELBy greatest their suave and dynamicbeauty G/NI5-ns.l75and 165 non.powar.. ,

ce of Peace. Some day Norman Sunday. Mrs. II. M. McRae season our company has ever refreshes the jaded eye as MICftO'OISf ALANCINO AFTER ..'.

.ua oth shall his reign where'er the Mr. and :Mrs. E. E. Yarbroughof The people in this section are known. would sight of a hydrant in the desert.ASSEMetr. !',;,

1, successive journey Woodlawn were the dinner working the strawberry plants COIL SFRINOS AU AROUND". i,
Christ has been You may be sure we grimly realizedwe lubrication' I
guests of relatives here Sunday. beautiful sunshiny days. no iprlng covori."MASSSTIIAM"
not Miss Doris Goodge of Starke Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez had to accomplish things in our BOOHS with an-
[ enough to speak of Him wild things., They're all grace and I
tile Great Teacher spent Friday night with Miss'Dorthea and children of Vanderbilt were new cars for 1941 that we could count c.o/d/ running boordi. ; I:
and talk
lit His, Norman. I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Under poise! and eagerness. They bring to '
ethics, and at the same on to continue our advance. COMPOUND CABBUMTION-30-milo "
e reject' His Deity and His Misses Gwendolyn and Shirley hill Sunday afternoon. driving and handling a keener pleas. .conomyatLo*"" ,. .p..d.PIMMIFIBM I

d. Sorrows may be averted McRae and Benny McRae of Pine. I Owen and Odessa McRae attended So we've taken our greatest all-time ure and a new thrill. STI//I'NG-for/ / Inborn "\ ':
at the--
| temporary peace may be Level were visiting Miss! Geraldine the pound party from tt..rlng wh..l p/ajr. '
and steadily and carefully brought
F u&bt about and Blllle Harnage here home of Miss Velma Norman In car
but there will ,
er be Sunday.Mr. Vanderbilt Friday night. it forward to a perfection of action Go see these superb new cars at DURIX MAIN .IE..R/NOS-p'.dlc.lly .1 I
until ,...
peace Indtstrucfibfo 'In normal .n
Paul of
fa and Mrs Bridges
crowned King of kings and and Mrs F. S. Sapp, their I Mr. ease, goodness beyond anything ever your dealer's and ask especially
"d of lords. Crawford and Starke and parents Mr. and Mrs. the .i-N-Arr DIRECTION' SIGNAL with ; .
guest, Mrs. Zaril offered under about new .micropoisebalancedFIREBALL
our name.
M. J. McRae were visiting Mr. Automatic Cur-Oil. ,I,
children and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I J. L. Underhill Sunday the 1941
and Mrs. engines/ tp
HAMPTON Norman and sons. Junior and MASSIVI BUMP!as-with builtinfront .
attended the sing at afternoon. furtherance of Iluick's Dynaflash lic.nco Ir.",.. :: ;'1

Dy :Mint Ada JVlmmo Water Mark Lee Oak Sunday afternoon. | Mr. and Mrs. T N. Norman of design and kingpin of all the fcaPLUS. :( -i ,

L Gum Branch and Mrs. H. M. Mc r/RF_u. ? full-Ungrh" Torque Tuba If T
e been Drown and family who Miss Odessa McRae spent Fri. :, Rae were visiting relatives In THE lures that make Buick the sense Soafod' Chaiuf Tfatoa Hydraulic

occupying the Kalch day afternoon with Miss Dorthea'Norman. I Jacksonville Sunday. v tion of the new automobile year Broke On.-fi.<. "lift-Off" Hood ,
i'nce on Main ITI
Street have re- DOES
< to the and Robert Starling of Sampson Bui It-lit Automatic; Choko rtoavy- Ar
large Haynes resl- Mrs. Carl Hillard
Mr. and visitor here
; near the railroad. children and Mr. and Mrs. Bar. I City was a business ..olin.i h-. hlllh ocfa". ./._,.,..,10. ......1._,. ..."..... .."__ Duty Oil Both, Soalod ". 'i",

J Boyd has were Monday. M od." II '". ehuC o_a Mal ul* 0/.N..M r 41..h. .1.. Boom ffoadlighti IVo-rono BodyColon 1 'Iratingb
recently pur- nard Rosier, and daughter of h ". _. (
IOiJ I Miss Delores Haltwanger rmd 11 .. "
from Mrs. Ethel Jones her and Mrs. Vanice I P. .. b. and -"" 4.d/W /a..s.e.a Safely Plata Glass' All Around ;, ,\p r
:'t room visiting Mr. Jacksonville was a recent guestof H T1.-a... ....... e COli ......_. 'OJ't'
residence on Navar Sunday afternoon. 1_ ".,' .'
"pnll' r'etlah.
'nUe. Keene' here ,1 Miss Odessa McRae. wl,hou' (wl' c ,
Mrs. William Sapp of ,. .-.., ,''''''' _, ".", s
kr5 Mr. and i Remember the services at Pine .my ,,, "" ",." .'?."_ tho lrof
Theodore Clemons and In this section Sunday filter Starke were Level this week-end. op a fli plug. Fir'J a* lt l t:

; of Miami are visiting afternoon. Mr. and Mrs., Raymond Oliver racing-tar typ* (park h..l l l.ts go with sash.malls .
Clemons' I ,. d
sister Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs.! B. 1L' McRae of Woodrow all of highly c omp u of 75ectan
Tn' and brother hit MOT awns" f
this hHrf ,
any I 1&
W. that
L. week. Pine Level were visiting Mrs. Jacksonville were visiting rela fulMaiXMl, *plng-fr.< wallop ilana'ard-fetl' W.n.) & ,,

,.j. Bedenbaugh H. Saxon has residence purchased on I F. and J. A. Harnage and family I tives here Saturday. rating (now availobJ, .at"gin.. A"r fv.l of 40 : \t

; Street and Sunday afternoon. Miss Ida Merritt of Lake Butler be WMd 'In the 115-hp. 1o5-hp, ."11''"'". .
may and
will be '
.j located pel-man- little Patrica Johnson.We was visiting Mrs. H. M. Mc- rating ..,,.. ,IM. 12 j- I"
there. He Is mov- daughter, acton iI
In this to learn that the Rae Tuesday afternoon. ,
week. are glad
I H. M. McRae and children and "l'n i "J
iris Improving. |
LrJ Maxwell left this child Is
J. Boyd re- Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae and 11 ;
J. '
Jack and Mrs. i\\
Mr. (
onvllle she ?
|i I eke her future ,home.where cently visited their son Randal children were dinner guests of REGISTER MOTOR' CO. Starke Florida V t tf
'er air. Sefer of Waldo filled his Boyd. who la Fernandina.In service at the I l Mr.boas' and Dorthea Mr*. Norman Eldon Sapp in Gum ,

appointment CCC Camp at
t the
Odist Is engaged in Branch Sunday. (.
who r
' church last I Marvin Blrt.
Sunday of the CCC
I1g. of fruits and Herbert Alvarez I
km the week for I Camp at Frog bland, N. C..
t! for Laura Mosley' left this I vegetables, left where he will visited his parent.. Mr. and Mr. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM I y's
Miami Philadelphia bet
where she was I Britton Alvarez recently.

Iih. bedside of her grand- busy until October. ? '

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barometer as to way Will
The Bradford County Telegraph in the
blowing in Bradford County year THE stir;

t.. .-. 1940. Is the Camp Blanding development The Florida National Guard General! p\\ ,
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+I -hNtRburned: 1877 to have stimulating effect -' KNOWLEDGE rp sMiuM will lose Its No. 1 officer Nov. 9 tied and, ,?. *to I?
Gen. Albert H. Bland- ot
when MaJ. lets and rgtonwr txnEr< ,,1
{' f PIIIU"hed" \\' ('kly on Friday. and Entered BH Seo- that is felt from one end of the countyto ling reaches the age of 64 and Lyon. i." ,1 N. was boJ

Li' : bl sad Clan flutter at the Post Office at' Stitrke, Fla. the other? The highly successful delinquent (( retires after 45 years' active came .to Fi0,1Ja( (Bit! J

f1lfl''t# tax sale last week would certainlyseem service. i two years, !ai1| with his our
I retire when I reach !-It
;" AAEAYBER.IRILVX "I expect to from I the Braden
n to answer "Yes" I IN.W '' I my 64th birthday anniversary, l Institute, nnrtl thFog" ( veNd'
PRESS AssociAnoN \ (
& &AJ O I 'November ninth, he "a.ld."ThIll Florida, with ,"., tl

[ Those Sixty Lost Days von ... retirement Is compulsory, I Mve: first IleutNnnm. rank of tl
.7ot ac A" 3lotlda'xl no choice In the matter." Jutant. Ind
..q. h I Ia Could Prove Very Costly To U. S. I and Wa> cnmygtb
a e '+ { E. L. latt1l1mll _____.a_______ Editor and OwnerSUKSCKIITION General Blanding has an illus- captain ,In ,he
Sixty days isn't very long when reck- trious record at home and abroad, Sept 23. 18119 Florida C

RITE oned in terms of the life span of an aver- and was appointed by President colonel and COlonel lIfliJor, tleuttli!,
ltjir Yearly 91JSO; Six Month. 73c-Payable in Advance' Roosevelt In 1936 as Chief of the followed In later cork
age man. But a lot can happen in sixty nrr National Guard Years
1' War Department's Commanded a h
P Advertising< Rate Application the
4i days. If memory serves aright, Hitler conquered Bureau for a four-year term. Infantry In the S"Cond FW
I' Ir f'RtNCllIlfELo;' Hours Name MeXican! be,
France in much less time than that. FIRST service June 1916
Admiration, Hut Not Sympathy, PC9I6NCP! FOR A MAN_ Because of his distinguishedservice He to March J
,1 And now the House of Representatives has _IOUI' XIV. or FAAHCt.INM WitS appointed
For Busy Students At H. II. S. VJORE THEM TO MAW WM' 'nIER/O/RrrrJOel ARe j the State Armory Board General In 1917. Brlgl
voted to postpone the selective draft for Apt>CAR TALI Ed IMAM. NI4, 40.000 IN RUNT,VABNI-W ANt named Camp Albert H. BlandIng eral command!
Q ,,4 The other day as our front page pictures ACTUAL HII6HT Of t FR *** LACOUER FACTORIES IN THt U G7if brigades and Went
ld out and sixty days to give voluntary enlistment a near here In his honor upon rec- In 1918 during! the 0
students sweeping World
showing ommendation of the National He held t
chance to fill the ragged ranks of national numerous
at D. H, S. were Association of Florida at comma!
'f 4 squeamish defense.. I t a meeting in Orlando last Decem- and foreign Blr
f' 1 / being prepared for printing, a participated In
shall henceforth refer It is a foregone conclusion that volun- ber. Queried as to how the camp at Ypres, Lyre Sumac engaftlll
y 3 i gentleman, we came to be named after him Gen- other battles Bile

'+ j to as Mr. B., dropped in and threw up his tary enlistment will ,not work. George eral Blanding man of few the United State Ht retung!

>p ) hands in horror. Washington pooh-poohed the idea when the 6i1. a I words-replied, "That Is for General mander of the U S a S troop? c
pp those country was in its infancy and men were Dill TO iHoarniALKftFMKH Collins (adjutant general of Grant with part ,>f ,he rh
"You aren't going to print fHOHOHJtPHas the Florida Guard) to explain. son! and( ids ,
(according to tradition) hardier and 'IC'DNII& CAN HOW j WaR honorab7
j't, tilings! he gasped, the tone of his voice more _fiAyeo *y / Be assured that I had nothing to charged March 1 1919 l.

.JaaFing doubt as to whether his exclamation patriotic than our present breed. TOliEC71t1CIISHr do with it." General Blanding ,V.J

c { 'was intended as a question or a command. Few, if any, Congressman can sincerely Camp Whether Blanding he will when be the stationed National at production Tampa for awhile ano 1J

i l ti "But, of course," we replied. "They'renews. believe that voluntary enlistment will work. Guard Is mustered depends upon Ida Citrus manage Exchange, of \the A!
They're different. They're human The sixty day postponement can be looked *0 ,000 '! what orders he receives before In 1932 he was, awarded 192

interest. And they're right in the good old, upon as an ignoble attempt to put off the I l I his retirement, he added. General Florida Cross for the 'nr t '
Blanding Is now Commanding
draft until after the November quality his seivice aft
American tradition. Doesn't !
iown-to-earth I IVHtr General of the 31st division of years!' with State
.. tSsvNf RI/4 SE/9Ml troop.
ti ,history tell us Abraham Lincoln dragged fear of losing a few votes among those & 'u' u/ea utep FOR CORRECTION on the National Guard, comprising He also received a citation
great logs from the woods into the schoolroom who do not feel that the freedom and privil- ON FACTORIES, AND EXPEWIMEMTS THEM A*A MARK OF EPUCATI0I4 MIDyFORONARI'NG Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and the Federal government foil
t'HOtg CENT 6RVAT I.EAIWINGThey Mississippi.
to keep hCs teacher and fellow students ':- eges they enjoy in these United States is I I S service overseas Tampa 1 TI(

from freezing to death in the rigorous worth defending.
Truck Burns
Illinois winter?" Let us hope that these sixty days will Say: Clara Louise Peek Home Guards Be'

(We hadn't the slightest idea whether not prove as crucial to the United Statesas Ignites BridgeThe Drills Over State

history said any such, thing or not, but we the few brief days that decided the fate distributing truck of the If you see men ma

felt reasonably safe in pulling the bluff) of France. Honolulu HawaiiI Dies Of I InjuriesHad Seybold Baking Company of drilling with broom ha
heartily approve of your recent Jacksonville was a total loss from
Mr. B. shuddered visibly "I am O their I shoulders, don't
Jump to
editorials o n compulsory fire after crashing Into a bridge :
aahamed that students have to perform Why Not Go To Church? military training. It is the only Been UnconsciousSince three miles south of Starke on :quick conclusion with th

such tasks at Bradford County High A Guest EditorialBy way we can compete with other Automobile Road 13 Wednesday morning such as "boys will be boyi"

leading nations of the world (in about 4 o'clock Phillip Coleman The marching men b
School, he said ( The Rev. A E. LIghtfoot) Accident MondayAfter may
military strength and Insure the of Jacksonville, driver of the serve policemen, firemen
"And we'd be ashamed of them if they Few people think things through.If safety of the ,American people. remaining In a state of truck, said he fell asleep 'at the ties or Just plain cilium,

refused to do it," we replied. everybody reasoned this matter of Our National Defense Program unconsciousness in a Jacksonville I wheel after completing hla night's paring to cope with emerge!

Perhaps we could have been a little church-going to its logical conclusion, there cannot be complete without the hospital 'for three days. Clara I I deliveries of bakery goods After that may arise If. and after
i selective draft ton Insure a second Louise Peek, 27-year-old daughterof 'strikIng the bridge railing the Ida's Natlonul Guard>mm
more in sympathy with Mr. B's nice-nelly would be few vacant places in the church, line of defense. Mr. and Mrs. J. L,. Peek of truck remained upright on the called Into active mrvlw

altitude if we had not visited the school and a widespread demand for more churches One year' of military training Starke died Thursday afternoon I bridge and caught fire from a United States Army

just a few days previously and especially would be heard. would be a great education to at 2:30 o'clock as the result of .burst gasoline tank. The driver Because there IK no laws
the American injuries received in automobile thrown clear of the
average youth.A. an was truck by Izlng home guard military o
noted the fine spirit in which students, from The reason is simple: People do not accident I Ithe
L. Crosby 'Jr. early Monday mornIng impact and his only Injurywas Izutlons at present state off

the first grade on up, are cooperating with stay away from church because they are 3rd Def. B'n. M, B., AAA. Funeral arrangements had not a badly sprained left knee. are encouraging units of r

authorities to the end that operating expenses opposed to religion or the church. Far ----- been announced at press time yes- The truck contained 420 20-loaf policemen firemen deputle
terday. bread boxes but only.80 loaves of citizens trained In guarding
be c\it to absolute minimum Mayo, Fla.
may from it. Nearly everybody believes that
The accident occurred a quarterof bread. The wreckage burned erty, protecting power and

t' and schools continued in Bradford County the Christian church is absolutely necessaryto W.After M. Duncan talking, to and your being friend informed -, a mile north of the railroad flrcely and had traffic halted a plants, water supplies nth

for the full eight-month term. Far from our civilization. What has happened of your experiments In overpass on Road 28 between considerable distance on either communication lines and
I Starke and Keystone Heights side of the bridge, which became essential utilities
rising( reluctant "ashamed" to be caught different methods of
or where the church is destroyed is example' writing the Miss Peek, the daughter of ignited from the flaming

with a broom in their hands, they seemed enough for them. If its existence were I' news story, and* also after read- Major and Mrs. J. L. Peek of truck. Shortly after the accident Would nark Guard

to the novel experience Ing and hearing'about your open this city, was last seen Sunday Melvin McKinney and Van H. The United States gove
positively enjoy ,
threatened the
great mass of people would letter to Adolf Hitler I should Is training thousands of DI
night about 11 o'clock when she Carden, the
I using Register Motor
and'more? than one teacher reported more fight for it. like very much to exchange your Florida-and other thousand
purchased gasoline at a local ser- Company wrecker, removed the
work than there jobs. Telegraph for the Mayo Free coming. National Cuards
volunteers for
were vice station.
But by some curious kink in their, Press. She departed in the still burning vehicle from the called Into active null
It also seemed that the youngsters, while non-church-goers' direction of Keystone Hlghts and bridge and local State Road De- being
mental processes many Paul Runge between this time and 6 o'clock partment officials arrived to ex- servIce Florida occupies i
ami unsophisticated enough to ,feel no fail to perceive that if everyone else followed -' Editor and Manager. Monday morning the youngwoman's tinguish the bridge fire before It portant place in the nation
"shame" at being caught in manual labor, fense picture
< automobile
their example-and every honest person struck a was seriously damaged. The
were actually eager to be instrumental in Lawtey, Fla. cow and was wrecked. The car I truck and contents were Insured. Because of the time elemt
grants others the right to do as he does
h Helping the school situation out of a jam. We enjoy your editorials SO was almost out of sight on the The bread truck was of the building power plants water|
} -the churches would quickly pass out of MUCH! Also enjoyed the one I east side: of the highway, and the mammoth type that supplies local plies and other essential ul

We might have been a little more in existence. from the Tampa Tribune (Where I driver was thrown from the car distributors In several areas, the govei nment's training

tune with Mr. B had we not seen, only a Is Recovery?) We wish you into the ditch. The body of the each of which embraces three or now depend largely upon ei

few weeks Harvard law professors Every non-attendant upon religious would have It published In sow! lay nearby.Unconscious four counties. utilities. When they are not
; services virtually votes for the eliminationof Liberty and The Christian Science :Miss Peek escapedthe on active duty, National C

picking up cigarette butts, and young bank this institution from society. Monitor, also Pathfinder? Can'tyou attention of any motoriststhat Box men may be mobilized te
cashiers sweeping out under their bunks do this? might have passed by In the SupperAt civil authorities protect 0

and filling water bags. What's more, they If a person believes that the world It Is so important that his darkness until about six o'clock Courts TonightTonight store such utilities In lit

for the the CMTC needs the church, he has but one clear, unmistakable friends tell the truth about Presi- Monday morning shortly after emergency, such as hurrlcar
were paying privilege-at dent Roosevelt, as his enemies are daylight, when two, employee of on. the municipal tennis
for business and professional men at Fort and unanswerable way of statinghis telling so many falsehoods. the State Road D'partment, J. J. courts Co-Ed Class members and aster.With: National Guardsmen

BtcPherson. They didn't seem to think it position. That is by regular church attendance Mrs., J.' D. Overstreet. Lovell and Pete Morris, of Keystone their many guests will have a from their home armonea,

beneath their dignity although it is extremely The man who goes to church Heights, on their way to community box supper, proceeds forces must be organized
Starke, Fla. work saw her and stopped. An,of which will be used to defray property protection Ex
doubtful if of them had ever stands for an indispensable institution, even ,ambulance was cost have
any I am surprised that the (some- notified and shortly of the highpoweredlighting law says you cannot
served in a janitorial capacity before.So as a citizen stands for the state by voting.II times) erudite Telegraph does not ,I afterwards she was brought system on the courts In- tary organizations, other tlu|

although we admire intensely the Absenteeism from the ballot-box would know the difference between a to Starke for treatment. stalled recently by the Co-Ed" In National Guard, but It
donkey and a Shetland po n y. I Monday afternoon a h e was addition to the supper, there will prohibit trained reserve
students of B, H S. in their willingness to soon bring about an end to our form of I Your recent picture of baby Judy I placed I n Riverside Hospital, be music, presentation, of' cups working under direction of

cooperate in these necessary chores-we doaunt government. Absenteeism from church is Canova was captioned "From Jacksonville, and Monday night and medals to the winners of the and fire departments sheriff!
f ashamed for them, nor have we a kindred failure that will soon do the same Donkey Cart to Limousine." I underwent tion a delicate head opera- recent tennis tournament, and a other organizations or ottlc
know a rose by any other name for removal of a blood clot big, secret surprise attraction. In Par
Clbb \ppro\fll
ahowered any misplaced sympathy 'on theirleads' for the church.Of would be as sweet, but still I on the brain, caused by a severe I addition, a match with a Lake duti!<*

Old-fashioned mothers who used to course that is not the reason for think this rather snooty-looking blow to the head sustained In the City tennis team baa been ar- "There performed are many In II

take their' children help around the house urging church attendance. We go to church Shetland pony might resent being accident.cheat injury Miss Peek and suffered also receiveda ranged. could necessity be by citizens tralr
classified from
with the hoi
pollol. Gentlemen the v
WOE!tall you that a little set-to with a broom primarily to express our belief in God and Horse Doctor. exposure. purchase tickets 'ata volunteer reserves for II
cost of 50 cents which entitles agencies
and dust pan never gave anyone an inferiority to do Him reverence The grandest truthin wreck The automobile was such a them to a lady's box supper and regular public General Gibbs *ft
insurance torney
complex. To the contrary, such prac- the world is that man is made in the Power For Camp adjusters ordered It sold for company Junk. the company of the lady. DistrIbution checked up the laws about!

tical knowledge might conceivably fit them image of the Divine and has the capacityfor Camp Blanding supervising drawing of the boxes will be by tary organizations
numbers from a hat The coda
just that much better for complexities of fellowship with the Infinite. engineers yesterday conferredwith Judy Will Play Co-Ed Class has sold many tickets Congress now national Is <

modern life, just as "left face" and "rightfMJIr Worship is the highest function of I Power officials& Light Co.of, In the an attempt Florida "Sis Hopkins" but tend.everyone Is welcome to at- would amendments authorize to states to
However tb
are considered essential to a soldier which human nature is capable. I to make suitable I tickets must be llsh state guards when
arrangements Loitella obtained
\ O. Parsons, the by noon today in order cal
Carolyn are
will later be called to fire a how- for service In the tlonal Guard units
training Callstreet of that
Our world does not know much about Hollywood, Cal., says arrangements may be made army'or: : fly an airplane.. area.Need that Judy Canova will soon star to have a box supper for every by the regular slot
creeds!, but when it sees YOU attending of the Camp is estimatedat in guards would operate
with the busy ,movledom's latest version of ticket. Tickets be obtained Gua
don't sympathize may
No National
jve divine worship, it understands you to say, 4.000 kilowatts. It Is Interest- the old favorite, "Sis from Carpenter's Store. The lines of the made
Hopkins. Drug
Indents of B. II. S., but we do glory in Ing to compare this load with limits may b.
by your action, "I believe in God. Judy, as you know Is an ex- supper and entertainment will be- aDd: riav
thoir spunk TTtie municipal plant, which Starkeite who rose gin enough for Army
to fame with promptly at 7:30 o'clock. Stale tar
Q Thoughtful persons stand for the has a capacity of only 400 kilowatts the aid of pig-tails and a nasal crams to Join the

church, also, because the church stands for Including standby engines. twang- New Bond Trustee FEId.Oh1'tITIIEvPlease
Barometer Indicates
the best things. The church-goer lines According to Louella Republic TO !MY lO
Stabilization Of Heal Estate HereIf up Develops New TobaccoA will pay $50.000: for the old w. E. "Ed" Torode Jr., was allow me eXP
with the forces which make for righteousness. for the ;
Sis appointed
Hopkins Bond appreciation
want concrete evidence of the classic, and an ad- County Trustee last
you He is on, the side of the folks who type of tobacco that looks, ditional J750.000: to bring It to from district three (South Starke) fldence) you gave me !lit
return of solidity to the Bradford County smells and tastes like burley but the to fill which elected
the you
screen. unexpired term ofA, by
want to live the noblest lives themselves, Proving, of course, en9Uing yu
real estate picture, Tax Collector C. A. almost completely free from that they are willing to bet a A. Durden Tuesday night of last Mayor for the at aD
and who trying to help this needy worldto nicotine has been strive
are developed by week I will
pretty by the other return
Knight is the man who can give it. penny on Judy's ability membersof honest.Il
the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment to pull 'em the render you
do same. to the box office I Board during their regu- to
Every year, about this time, Mr. Station. The new type, Mabel lar service, trying
N Normand (remember? meeting in the Starke city impartial '
) Inte
Knight conducts his sale of certificates on The most effective agency of human according to the chemistry de- played in the silent movie hall This unexpired term lasts to promote the best

$/ tax delinquent property. Usually (in the service on earth is the Christian Church. partment of the University of CJf the venerable farce, whIch version until January I, 1941, when the welfare of our town shtoward
Kentucky, with which the I feeling
i expert In addition to Sis, also recently elected trustee Ira bear no 111
Involves I
They who would make their lives count DO'
past decade) only around eighty or ninety ment station is connected, contains the doings of Maw and Paw Hop Andreu, begins his term of office. those who did I-

parcels of land have been bought in each should be counted among those upon whom .02 on the average only about kins, Rudy Scarboro and the I It was stated by one member of port me and wish to ass&S I
;I ytar-by individuals other than the original the church may count.O 1 percent.of nicotine. villainous Harry Vibert. I the Board that Mr. Andreu Is of the people that I :

expected to resign, due to the and eager to cooperate nlD.
wners of the land. At his sale, conducted Annual Picnic Recent our best
Births of other duties, before ters affecting d
UK first of last week, a grand total of 27ft Cool days. Cooler nights. The thud Employee of the Hart Furni- :Mr. and January 1. A. .A. Durden for- I am for a biftwt

c 1t parcels were bought in by speculating in- of cow hide on pig skin. Football in the ture Stores" In Florida enjoyed Hampton, boy Mrs.September Wilson May, mer trustee died last March 18. Starke and I d

tfi.iduals-more than three times the aver- air. Get set to enjoy the season with B. their annual picnic at Fernan- Mr. and Mrs j. B. 2. have more prOflpertt1 than If

t' number in' recent years H. S. Tornadoes in the right way. Join dina Beach yesterday Members Lawtey., girl, September Gaskins 2. All legal blanks, promissory ness In the future.
age notes,
of retain- title the past.GraletullY
the staff of the local Hart Mr. and notes. carried had In
t This unusual activity is an accurate the Booster Club today! store attended the outing. Moss, Starke Mrs. Williams Junior In stock by the Bradford County Yovsrrii'
boy, It
r S August 31. Telegraph N, D.

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