Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 20, 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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Boosts Speaks New Coach At Rotary Building Permits IT TAKES A LOT OF CLAY FOR ALL THAT -SAND- .1 11,100 Workers i

Bill Stevens, athletic coach at Now RegisteredAt 1
This Month
t Licenses, B. H. S., was guest speaker at ,

the Rotary Club luncheon Wed- ... \
nesday. Reviewing some of the :" .

Ones Addedouncil greatest needs of the athletic department Break Record Blanding ;

at the school, Coach ,

Refuses Stevens stated that some day, !i First Two Weeks In Job Hunters Swamp
with the aid of WPA or some
Contractors Office
For | September See Much
L Halt Flans other governmental agency, a .

'ew Ford Garage club house with adequate facilities -I Activity In Starke Monday MorningThis
for members of the various
week two
the regUi.monthty Building permits for '4 Camp Blandlng
at providing -
should be
Council teams constructed at
City ,... for
meeting In the Bradford Park $85,42825 In new construction I mess halls were put to a use

Tuesday night weie Issued by City Clerk Curl which they were never designed.
building At the time, locker
pal present L. I Outside. In the mid-September
a new li Johns during the first two weeksof -
usly effect Oc. rooms and showers at B. H. S. September. .: .... sunshine! Job-hunters from at faraway
code to take are entirely inadequate he said. Illinois waited
., Hit patiently \
1940. on 1940-41 city 11- but showers In I "Figures for the month will -, ., .;.:_', _b
1 There are two animprovised p ___ -_ ;" rJJ" to register for work on little yellow
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code supplants undoubtedly be the largest In the ,
The new shed at the rear of I r: ullpa.! Inside stenographersand
adopted ,. 4
latin* regulations the school building, the coach city's history Mr. Johns said. ,. -, .'" .' at' clerks sat on long benches at
August 16, 1932. i "September has already exceeded ..t' '-" '
council stated. .-J long tables but they did not eat.
provide for the total for entire within
,'II r reflations This the Tornadoes will I any year In place of food that will grace
licenses raise 42 of the year my memory." Ktngsley Lake sand Is high/ In silica content and would therefore be excellent for makIng
r the boards three or four months
,,86 fees and lower the 11- have a 175 first string, Couch line-up Stevens aver I Slightly more than half of the glass, but It is definitely not gcod for motor vehicle travel. Consequently, ton after ton of red from now when niandlng Is 'occupied .

'rates In six instances. aging pounds I total$43,011.2was accounted clay Is being hauled to Camp Blanding to mix with the sand on roads and paiade grounds In by 40,000 trainees there

,'or W E Middleton, who said, but do pointed not hold out up that to this reserves -I for by Starke's new post office the above "scene, workmen are busy scattering the, neat piles of clay that have been brought in was only an Indigestible lot of

,resent at the uneetlpg forr good average in weight. 'building, on which a permit has'' and now dot the Camp landncape. papers, maps, and typewriters.In \

| matter signed the new The program; was In charge of : just been obtained, although construction the rear of one mess halt,
nre Into law w a a started several in the more private part which
L. Williams principal of B.
its passage A.the Canova fouren H.: S., who introduced the speakerand months ago.Permits I Housing Project Southern Starts Spur Line; will some day be a kitchen, high

present promised Rotarians that they I for the remaining $42- officials of Starrett Brothers &

Bishop. O. L. Beasley, and could look forward to some good 351.25: were Issued aa follows: Eken held endless conferences

an W, M Edwards. high school football this season. I D. C. Jones, enlarging and installation II May Come Here Seabord Still SurveyingNational untangled endless lengths of red

tly after the meeting con- : of new equipment In ,. tape Incident to beginning a $10.-
several persons were be- Coca-Cola plant-U8OOO. defense activity In spite of the fact that the 000.0<'0 construction program. A ,I

he council with a petition ; Green To Start Sunny States Gas Co., filling I Parrish Discusses trated even as far as Th pene-I'! Southern Railway Co., Is alreadyat few days previously they had

ling that Madison Stet station to be erected on Temple I Starke'a Problem eight miles southeast of here this work on sidetrack, preparatory been awarded the general con j
irlcted to residences.costing Avenue (Road 132000.) I tract for building Camp Blanding
In InterviewA '
week, ''.ng Southern RailwayCo. to starting Its line from
or more from Orangewest Soon I O. J. Phillips electrical wiring spur Now they were confronted with t
limits. New Store I .. for Its 10- There 81' to Camp Blanding, surveyors -
to the city -$125. big housing project financed began preparing the task/ of completing that monstrous

uncll took the matter under \ Me'vln' Futch, repiilring old lout of the $100,000.000 national mile spur track extension Into were busy Thursday morning Job In 0j( days. Take the ,

merit. A committee was City Barber Shop D 'IAh resent to request that J.drews Will Move And 1200. In the near future at Camp >ho builda an ordinary $2,500 \ :
crew, of 75 mon were at the Peggy Y and crossing Road .f
Jr.. not be permit. Mis. S. S. Dowling constructing l! niandlng according to a statement house, multiply them by 4,000 j
Chairs I I work yesterday laying the fecessary !
Install More 28 at the Alligator Creek bridge. : "
andon made M. M. and have '
0 build a showroom new house on property west by Parrish times, there you a rough ',
the southwest corner :: of her present home-$1,500. I state FHA administrator, during side-track at Thereasu"' station When questioned, they stated idea! I I
Work on a new store building and 1big steam shovel wan
idlson and Adams Streets. O. J. Phillips, wiring new Hartman a recent Interview with the Jack- that they were surveying a pro. iiai'ilo.. At HIde ;,'
to house a "super" five and ten biting its way through a high
iDtmcil! deemed this an unable beauty parlor--$250. sonville Journal, posud route for a Seaboard AirLine ''The other mess hall lacked the
between will
1 the
located embankment where
cent store here spur
request inasmuch as Bryant's Cafe and the law office I J. M. Smith, residence-$3.600. Mr. Parrish has been meeting I II leave the main track. Officialsof truck from Starke to Camp bee hive activity of Starrett )

location Is within the buai- I of Knight & Knight, will begin A. F Sauls, resldence-$4,100. I with real estate and I housing I the company' state that the Blanding. Bros, headquarters, but important '

district and lit within a "at once," Congressman R. A.I I J. M. Alvarez addition to boards( In various Florida cities' track will be rushed to completion In an attempt to learn whether things were going on there
feet of businesses of Slat rttnk's this action meant the deal for housed Col.
limdred Green who will build and own : building occupied by where national defense propecta within the next two weeks. lino. It temporarily '
liar! nature, and refused to the structure, said yesterday.The i pool room, and rebuilding awnings are under way to offer FHA Utmost speeds. is essential since the Camp Blending line had not I O. R. Solomon, consulting eng-

any action to Interfere with new building will be occupied -.$1,000. facilities to aid in meeting new the line Is necesxury to haul I yet been definitely settled, the. ineer, and his staff of the firm '

[roposed structure. I by the Van H. Priest Five J. W. Andrews, Jr., new build housing requirements.The I materials to Klngsley: for construction Telegraph contacted several pereons. of Solomon & Kles. ;

representatives of the Sea- Cent to One Dollar Store, at ing for Ford sales and service Journal Interview la quoted of the Camp buildings; Here are the answers re. The easy come, easy go atmosphere ':

Railroad Company were present located further west on :Ion I Madison Avenue$5,000.I : as follows: Actual start of the work toy celved: at the Camp entrance was I

it before the aldermen and Call Street. The building will be t I I Mallory Thomas. new house on "The extent of .the problem in Southern this week, .apparently' Congressman R. A. Green gone; forever by Monday morning.

led the city's permission to 80 feet wide and 120 feet in I'I property In .northwest part of some of the smaller, communities spirited stated: "When I Washington Curious civilians, used to -enterIng '

grade, and pave with rocky depth, and will be constructed of town-$2,000. i Is shown in the case of Starke climaxed a contest for Wednesday the matter' Wall ,still and leaving the reservation ,

Street north of Highway brick or cement block It was I I W B. Mundy, residence and near which the new National Camp BlaMing business between under advisement by the Quartermaster at will, were confronted by uniformed '

e present crooked, dirt road stated. There will be two front i, garage apartment on Church St. Guard Camp Blanding is rapidly this company and the SeaboardAir General's office" guards who Inquired what .'

of the Starke Stave Mill.) entrances to the store, and the -$3,700. being built. I Line. The Seaboard's proposed J. R. Traphoner division engineer business. If any, they wished to I'

railroad is interested in this display windows and other front I" "It Is estimated that 4.000 additional track would have left Its with the Seaboard, who hap. transact Inside '
M! It will give access to a I decorations will be "elaborate." Clara Louise Peek rooms will b e needed<< pened to be In Starke yesterday Register For Work ,
main track south of
siding: being built north of The structure will be one story there to house camp personnel not just Starke inspecting the company' new sid By 9 o'clock Monday morning :

bty for loading and unload- In height and the building Is expected ,'Funeral Sundayi living on the camp reservation. and thence run straight to Bland- ing here, stated that he knew the area around the contractors'

urposes The council gladlythe to be completed by November i I held here I There aren't more than 100 Vacant Ing by way of the old Green Cove nothing of the "survey, now In office was swamped with automobiles I
railroad permission toe 1. | were three o'clock rooms probably now in Springs dirt road right-of-way. I progress, and that as far as he contain Ing Job-seekers
afternoon at
thin street. Work began this week remodel Sunday Starke, all of whose homes put "We made knew the matter was closed. and late arrivals were stopped at
; simply the
for Clara Louise Peek, 27, who government ,
W. E, Mlddleton requested ing and lengthening the building died In a Jacksonville hospital together total only 2,500 rooms." the beat proposition" F. H. Major L. Larson, construction the entrance to the Camp and \,

touncll! to donate $20 per formerly occupied by the Gem Thursday of last week. Miss Brown vice president of Southern quartermaster at Camp Blanding, I told to park along the highway

PI to pay a patrolman to con- Lunch between the City Barber 'I Peek received fatal Injuries when Truck Knocks stated this week In discussing said: "As far as I am concernedthe I to prevent further traffic congestion rI
1 traffic at Bradford HighI Shop and the M. F. Brown law 1 his company's successful matter Is clowed." Inside. Road 48 was
!! the automobile she was driving I
Off Blocks with automobiles
Warehouse lined on both sides -
I during the times the chll- office. When completed, this struck a cow early Monday morning ,bid. "Starke should not feel badly Officials of the Southern Rail- of ..
for distance a
are going to and from the building will be the new home of of last week, a quarter of a about losing' the line because it way were In Tallahassee and a quarter
I building. The council re- the City Barber Shop. S. E. I mile north of the railroad overpass Pedestrians are frequently would not mean any additional could not be reached for a statement of a mile.
knocked off their feet in automobile Wednesday night I 1,100
this barber "shop, Hy
of the
request but Sparks, owner bualnens for the town. ,
,t between Keystone Heights accidents. but when an workmen had been registered, although ,
$jQ twice as many
monthly to this cause stated that at first !
and Starke. offblock.8that"s Southern's track will cross ,\
{ entire building i is knocked only a comparatively
matching sum could be ob- chairs (eight) as In the present The services were held from Its newel! Road 28 at W, W. Puckham's Secretary Proclaims small number had actually been
d from installed and more I
another source. shop will be I of Major and Mrs. 1 farm. It will be
the residence Around 11 o'clock Tuesday a grade cross- put to work. Construction had "i
in ouv
i e results of the recent city if needed. "We should be L. Peek, parents of the Ing. Tobacco Quotas
Julian of livestock- administration
driver a
Mr. ,i night the been started on an
on September 10 were of- new quarters within 30 days I victim on Eighth Street. !
accident 'laden Jones-Chambllss truck and building which will house the
iy canvassed, accepted and Sparks said.Seaboard. H. A. Spencer, pastor I Flue-cured marketing quotas I I
I The Rev. trailer was heading for Jacksonville staffs of Starrett Bros., Col Solomon -
led' unanimously- as follows: lof the First Methodist Church on Road 13. As he reachedthe 150 Army Troops for the three years beginning and Major L. Larson. construction -

r Mayor: W. P. Smith.: 128 I Builds 1 officiated. Pallbearers were jook-infested portion of high July 1, 1941, were proclaimed recently -I quartermaHter. Second

N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 252 I Richard Long, Billy Long, S. L. way just north of 'Starke, J. H, by Secretary of Agricul. building on the preferment list Is

I Peek. Jr.. Emmett Perryman, Smith of Jacksonville swerved hIs Arrive SundayWill ture Henry A. Wallace, following the 1.600-room hospital.Ten .

f" Alderman: H. A. Bishop. Hamilton Rltch. and Carlyle Ritch. automobile out Into the road, official determination that 86.1 survey crews (50 men) are, "
[votes; L. A. Canova, 321 New Siding :I Interment followed the services in I caused the truck driver to turn now busy laying out additional ,i

Don Hoover, 127 votes; S. I:I Kingsley Lake Cemetery. The sharply and lose control of the Assist In percent of the growers voting in camp roads, and water and sewage ,J.

irks. 243 votes; W. H. Hart. To Take Care Of DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home 11 11I I heavy vehicle. The truck left the Preparing Camp the referendum held on July 20 lines.

f te (written In) Unloading For I had charge of arrangements. ,' highway and bumped head-on For National Guard; favored quotas for the three-year Construction Itemized
'alnwright Clara Louise Peek was born In I into a large sheet-metal warehouse Following la a breakdown of

I Sparks Bishop Canova. Camp handing ,Jacksonville December 18, 1912, owned by Marvin Carter Regular Army troops, 140 period. the Camp Blanding construction
were duly proclaimed 'I The amount of the which
i i and, with her parents, moved to and used by Earl Cook as a' quota with the approximate
i'd. and will take office Oc- strong, comprising what Is designated program
morning 4 2 section She attended will be In effect for 1941-42 the
Mohday In 1914.< .
1. Starke I grocery warehouse." The buildingwas : cost of the different projects. It
work a 2,470-1 I aa the area service first of the three marketing
on corps
School and year
hands began Bradford County High knocked off Its cement blocks will be noted that these figures
'e council Instructed its at- to Increase the loadIng ] command, arrived la 618 mill 10m pounds. ThIs
foot aiding for several years before her death and i Is now renting heavily on at Camp Hand years total $10,080.570. which was the
y. T Frank Landrum to and unloading .facilities of I 1 was stenographer In the law of- the 'ground. At the time of the' ing Sunday from Fort Bragg. N. la 10 percent more that the quota war department's estimate announced -

ire taxi cab ordinance and the Seaboard Airline Railroad ,' flees of Joe Hill Williams In Lake accident it was loaded with 110 : C. Major R. R. Raymond is In of 036 million pounds which was. I prior to the awarding of

"t It to the council for ap- Company here. The new siding : Butler Besides her parents she barrels of flour 100 cases of tomatoes I command. proclaimed prior to the referendum the contract.

I at the next meeting. la located on the east side of the I;:i Is survived by a brother, Julian and hundreds of empty ; These men are detailed with and Is slightly higher than 252 Mesa halls (enlisted

r Landrum also prepared the main line Just north of the water- Peek, Jr.. of Jacksonville. hampers. the responsibility of guard duty, the 1940 quota.Approval personnel), 25x78: $1,260,000

r1 city: license ordinance, tank and the Starke Stave Mill The tragic accident occurred Mr. Smith was charged with policing handling supplies, and of the three-year 20 Officers' mess halls,

provides new levies. pay. and Is expected to r>e completed Ii I' sometime between 11 o'clock Sunday reckless'! driving and was released helping to prepare the Camp for quota makes it possible to in. 25x72: -------- -- 78,000

October I, as follows: tomorrow.The night of last week and the"next Wednesday under a $15 bond. the National Guardsmen who will crease the quota determined for 6 Officers' quarters, ,I I'

gents for insurance, resident new siding will have a ,I morning at six, o'clock. when soon be in training there. 1941-42 marketing year, and to I 45x34 ___________ 16,200 '!" ." ,

"on-resident $10 switch connecting It with the I' she was found unconscious some Mrs. J. II. Tatum The troops are. housed In tents spread the adjustment needed to'' 2 Officers quarters.

"tomoblle garages $7.50 (was : main line at each end and a rock. distance from her wrecked auto. near the present main entranceto eliminate excess supplies over the 45x43: ___________ 6,800 ', '
ge and filling stations com"otnobiie connected with highway 48 I I I of a recently friends here and In
road mobile and the body I The many the reservation. three-year period. The amountof 2 Divisional Admlnl-
' J I near the depot Is being laid on !I killed cow. After local treatment I Lawtey of Mrs. J. H. Tatum of the quota for the 1942-43 stration Bldgs.,

fining stations with the east side of the sidetrack f she was placed In a Jacksonville DeLand will regret to learn of marketing year will be announcedsome t w o-story bldgs.,

al I PW pump, $5. Each addi- to make it available to trucks II hospital where all efforts her death In a hospital there Green Expects time between July 1 and 25x63 ________ __ 10.000 ".

Pump $2."lomatlc < and other vehicles., failed to save her life. She SUII.I after a lengthy Illness Wednesday Troops Sooner December 1. 1941. Similarly the 31 Regimental Admin. t

vending machines To be exact the new siding Is I I tamed severe head and chest Injuries night at 8:15: o'clock. Mrs. Tatumwas amount of the quota for the third 1st ration Bldgs.. \( i ione

operated, vending between the 678.4 south mile post suffered from' long exposure the mother of Mrs G. W. Congressman R. A. Gren home, ,year of the period will be announced -*tory bid g .. :;
"Mis-. or wares of gOOdS'1 I and the 677.7 south mile post and never regained con Roberts of Lawtey and Mrs. Lou this week from Washington, expressed t between July 1 and December 25x90 __________ 124.000
$:\. (distance south of Portsmouth. sciousness. Struth, formerly of Starke. Funeral himself as "well pleaded I'I 1, 1942. 20 Recreational buildings t.
Automatic two Burr I '
vending machines I I Va.) Two dragline and I arrangements had not been I with the progress being made inbuilding I 37x99 ..--- 170.00O "

1 operated, dispensing music cranes are working on the Job L. Barbers JVork LaterStarke's made at press time yesterday. Camp Blanding." lie New Forest Ranger I' 20 Post Exchange 'I, ,-
devices material. -
etc., merchan10. moving I
not and.
grading stated h e expected a sizeable buildings"" 37x99 !
collect. These two ordinances S. Hutto, section foreman is directing three barber shops this I Become Home OwnersMrs. number of troops to occupy the I K. B. Swinford, newly appointed i 42 Motor repair shops, ..

, from all "jock" or- the work.flirtis week began keeping later houra Kingsley Lake Army Camp by, extension ranger for 37x84 ____ _____ 315,000
and Mrs.
Cigarette machines, etc.) to "take care of the working man Evelyn Stephens the middle of November, contrary Alachua and Bradford Counties, 18 Infirmary buildings
; r and wine dealers, $15.: This Week after working hours." as S. E. Olive Rumpel secretaries of the to the popular belief that was In Starke last Friday acquainting 25x9O ____________ 122.400

'rpenters 1far l each $3.claret' Mrs. Eddie C. Ward, Sparks proprietor of the City Starke Chamber of Commerce, there will be no soldiers there himself with his new 28 Warehouses 60x153 529,200
Mr. and became property ownersIn
and tobacco 11. Barber Shop so aptly phrased the this week before December 1.Mr. territory. lie was accompaniedhere 4 Warehouses.' 60x153: ,
en., September ,
ers 150. (Formerly. these Waldo,and girl Mrs., Wesley C. McGIII. situation. The City Barber Shop Starke. They purchased from of Green said also that the by C. H. Coulter assistant (Insulated) ..____ 80.000
Mr. W. F. Swinyer (daughter
were Friends BarberShop Mm. .
if the to- Three .
exempt the
and 44x
S Fire Stations.
Mr. Swinford succeeds -
15.: here would state
o postofflce building
September S. F. Hamrick) a
On Roods were sold In con- Starke,and Mrs. Alfred F. Lowe. uptown will remain open the late Mrs. Road 13 near he believed, be completed and occupied ranger: E. L, Molpus in this 87 _______. ____ 35,000
with Mr. Errol Alvarez small bungalow on IM
another business. 16. until 8 o'clock P. I He will have hi. head Radio station. 25x:
tutur@ girl, September limits of town. Mrs.Stephens by the first of the year. county.
these dealer will Starke Barber Shop In the north the southern
David Kitties In Gainesville at 544 W. ( including
" Mrs. Representative Green's untiringefforts quarters
** and Mra. Rumpel are
license Mr "aa long and I
in addition to 12. end of town will be open North where he ha. equlpmentandContinued
for Main Street ,
others! ) 'I Gainesville boy, September business," accord- already occupying their new I are largely responsible
and Mrs. ElIJa Coleman. as there Is any the postofflce building here. made hIs home for several years. ( on page eight) .
lance balls Mr. I home.
' $2S.: : September 3. lingto Mr. Alvarez. (\.
Continued Clay County
on page eight)


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We Are Deeply Grateful For The Wonderful Patronage And Good Will Bestowed

r4r i4i Coca-Cola By The People Of This Area. It Is You-Our Friends-Who Have Made It

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sible For Us To Take The Lead In The General Expansion Which We Believe Is In St ore For

\fr' Starke And Bradford County. This Is Our Way Of Expressing Our Confidence In

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I f; Future Of This Community.


DeWitt C. Jones, President

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Iqj : WOODLAWN U a successful tomato grower In''-NOTICE: ov APPMCATIOV FORT the taxable property of such district TO WIIOW, IT 'MAY COVfKll'VlTAKE |'Ing. for each fiscal year and alit, term.

,\X IIKRUente according to the last. assessment NOTICE THAT a 1935 .a sufficient" sum to pay the princ i
I the Section
By Mrs. Oscar Carter Perrlne section and was hur- ) Hill No. 163) for State and County purposes Ford Coupe, Engine No. 18.170718. ipal and Interest of the existing In-1 I may hear, 4. (Ia) The fuorw1

: rying home to put in his fall NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. Is 32aOLOO and further hearing 1940 Motor Vehicle Tag debtedness of the State: but after' cases consider .

-.c -: : Mr. and' Mrs. W. M. Hudson( That L. D. VIning holder of Tax finding that the existing. Indebtedness No. 2-12357 with an appraised,, December Slot A.. D. 1940 no levy: and and exertlw allV
i crop. Certificate No. 63. Issued' the 2nd of SB Id district Is 00.00 (that value of less than $1,000, w a U of ad valorem taxes upon real o r In jurisdiction a, a iiV,

4 and daughter. Beatrice of Wild- I Rev. Everett Godwin of Max- day of August A. I>. 1937. has la to say there Is no such existing seized In Bradford County Florida, personal property except Intangible, jnembers whi.h case a majors)
filed name In office and has Indebtedness and that the amountof August 24. 1940 for being used. In ot the Court
wood this week-end here at my property shall be made for an:)I rrstltute it
( apent vllle will preach in the Baptist made application, for a tax deed to bonds no proposed to be Issued the violation of Section 9, Chapter State: purpose whatsoever; and Sec. of a quorum, fur th, d

i the guests' of relatives. I I I Church Sunday morning and be .Issued thereon. I*. within the limitations provided 19301 Laws of Florida, 19.19 and tion 6 of Article XII be, and the I powers business. or It maYe.?

Said certificate embrace the following hv the constitution and laws of that it la. the intention of Thos; same I Is hereby repealed.A I sions., and lurlwHuig ,ub
-4 Mrs. Acton Howell and son. night.Mr.. described property In the Florida. and that the Issuance of W. Ijong Director State Beverage

., : Royce of Plant City spent last and Mrs. C. Sullivan were County of Bradford State of Florida bonds a..* prayed In mild petition In Department of Florida Tallahassee I ( ) The'Irani' Judtu
.. to-wlt'! : necessary.BE Florida, to sell the property above JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing, all I I tlmei-I l b. subjei) "* in,
week-end as the guest of hep'cousin transacting business in Starke SE:>4 of $' E'4 S..... 6. Tp. 6 S. R.I IT RI': Or.V"D by this The described at public sale In frontof an Amendment to Article XVI 01 f Suprt'nte Curt! 'h) that''I nil I:

,,1 Mrs. Oscar Carter and Hampton Saturday afternoon. 21 I"., containing 40 acres.The .. Board of Public Instruction. for the Court House Starke, Florida the Constitution. of Florida Adding the Chief Jueti thereof, ,
I assessment. of the mild. property the County of Bradford. State of at ro:00 A. M. on October 9, Thereto an Additional Section Permitting Ing I h" ,call. .hall b. .
Mrs. K.: J. Hill of Plant City Is under the said certificate Issued Florida) that It Is expedient. and 1940.The the Creation of a Commission I thereof. as a-.t. alt' juiii
i spending some time here as the F.LA. STATE FARM was In the name of EmpireLttmlier for the best. interest of said Special! State Beverage Departmentof .Empowered' to Grant Paroles" r''or In place ..if' m! jlwnt' tll_
Co. Tax School District, or Conditional Release. or Probation disabled i \ jii'ti
No. 12 of Bradford .. .
Florida Jt f"I
I ''''''I'v. I the right to
Nor- re-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, S. MIHH Townsend Unless said certtncate Khali he of Prisoners or Persons With I ment to ., dh'f' "
I By Mary County Florida that this I I hut
-..,t..nm.,4 ..,,,..1I..... .. ject any and all bids. no
tn Inur
the. "... ..ot nn huh. n' uo'.' AI..I.. .. Criminal Offenses Under Supervllon. "hall Imludt) n, 'it than ,
; '- n. All persons claiming/ any rtarnt or or
j, j.r i.dr, h; ; Judge ','
he ;
man.Mr. I do IsHUe'and sell' bonds In the Interest In or to said I A div shah a,
The or'Lny
4 and Mrs. Troy Norman many friends of Miss Ber- Hold to the highest bidder at the amount of 2.750.00 for the purpose / part thereof are property hereby required BE IT RESOLVED BY THE t'three' memliej. i.: mid to<,i

and children Earl and EcaUne nice McMillan young daughter courthouse door on the first. Mon- its stated In said petition abovereferted to appear' and make such LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE:, elusive of tin ''hlef Jai, ,
day In the month of October 1940 .the 1 Judgment'
of to, and claims within OF FLORIDA: "it) j dnuu'
Mr. thirty ( HI) .
and Mrs. C. M. McMillan ) clays I
of Lake Butler which Is the 7th day of October curred In
spent Sunday\ as BB, IT FURTHER RESOLVED from the date of the first publica Section 1. That the following tij ih. ""hlnfJui'"

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. will be glad to hear that she la 1941)Dated this I 5th> day of that said bond shall be In the tion of this notice" as provided for amendment to Article XVI of the' less be the Judilii!( i l' ,{ the C,
September such
able to be denomination by Section 13 :: Constitution of the State: of Florida < nt>t n i l\et (II.||
Norman. up again after bavlngher 1940.OFFICIAL. of U5n.DO. and shall Chapter 19.101, Laws punishment, ..
,_______ I ( PEAA. J. Thoma bear date of October 1st 1940. with of Florida m*, to the State relating to Miscellaneous Provisions; tlon 2. the I.01:
appendix removed I In [ of Stan
.. Mrs. OHCBT Carter and Mrs. a Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Interest thereon (and provided hy Beverage Department of Florida at by adding thereto an additional I J Htltutloinil a 'i fear
I Section be I "' stir,
to known
Gainesville hospital. said bonds without attaching interest Tallahassee Florida or, all such a* Section 82
( Acton Howell of Plant& City were County Florida. 9.t 9.27OTIC'.1 coupons thereto) at the rate rights and 'Interest In and to said of said Article XVI pacifically applicable I be. brought Inn,, untrc.\.

4: shopping in Starke Saturday aft Ralph Nettles of Starke was of 6 per cent per annum payableon property shall cease and to the creation of a Commission I (State' .n Mtl I II u tuna lito if a''-
the 1st THO authorized to I statuti rule, rfju.n.
the week-end guest of Frank day of April and the W. grant paroles ,
ernoon. : lit of Director State or conditional releases municipal oidlnunie. or i.j
l day October of Beverage t..rlllinate'l or probation
I .
Crews. the Sheriff of Hrnrtford : m..a"d of e be a dissent tr the
and such bond* to and ment of Florida, Tall..h.... prisoners under supervision ii I prupoM
Mr. Jack Norwood of Auburn- County! of the State of Florida "ment
: payable hereby agreed to and shall be of a division, l b r a
dale was visiting Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. -Moncrlef B. It Known That I .K. A. as follows: ida. EC K>-4 to the electors of the State submitted I thereof or I the Chief Juillr...
and daughter Lorene the (OKAY, Secretary of State of the $350.00 principal' (that Is to say ? C -. of Florida for ratification I ordered by the ''biff, Jin
Dalton Carter one day last week. spent State of Florida do' hereby give one of said bonds) In each 01 ., .: II jection at the next General or re- I be considered by Iwo owhereupon
O'i'ICI'7 Election
L ; week-end in Tallahassee. notice that RHKII the years 194!) to 195.1. both In 0. pvyI'TroN It tihiill requirederation
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Masters of FORSrnare T" to be held In 1948 as follows
<; .II, FI.FC'TIO'Jwill ; elusive on October let In eachof ..{ of !tort< divlfloni.
,_ _ Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and The misses Thelma and Dorothy he held In Bradford County Bald. years.; both principal. and (! mil \.. Kill: ) "Section 32. The Legislature may: Chief Justice
of State of Florida on Tuesday next Interest payable at Florida Bank NOTICE; IS hEREBY GIVEN create a Parole Commission. em
Manning Starke
Mrs.! Oscar Carter Tuesday afternoon spent Sunday succeeding the first Monday In I at Stark Starke Flu. That 1.,. O. Powell holder of Tax' powered to grant parole or con (c) The Chief Juliet '

I I with Miss Melverna Thornton. November. A. P 1940 the said I BE IT'FURTHER RESOLVED Certificates Numbered. respectively. ditional releases or probation underofficial the chief admini8trati, othe '

TueiMlnr. belnir the ____ .... .._. that 34:1: Issued the 2nd, !day of July supervision. to prisoners or: Court and c'MII'nalhll
an election be
Mr and J. S. of Miss and the
Mrs. Mary Edwards
Sapp of Callahan same 1934; No. 214 Issued dispatch of buninoi and
the person
( FIFTH I> *V itt" NOVKMIIKH I I. hereby called to l .. held day charged with criminal of
Water Oak were visiting Mr. and Is visiting her sister and For United State Senator from the I I.. John store. New River> } at M. of August 192H; and No. 510 IMsned tenses. and may provide for the Ing conslHtent dttclHloni, b

_ ': Mrs. Oscar Carter Sunday after- :. brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. six State. yearn of Florida from Jan.for 3 a, 1941 term of I on I). Il1fO the! ,.30th to determine day of September whether Florida A. 1932. has the filed 5th, mime day of In September my office qualification' / the CommlHslon and method members of selectrg and cord not be of r""ulr.d a "|" auxe I but'< txamlnt may an
I said ,
) I IK.I Feagle. Forven ((7) Presidential bonds shall be "Issued. and has made application for tax fur their term of office the length conclusions if fat found I h
noon.Mr. as herein deed to he Issued. of vision. and "tali ir the op'
tom. ( thereon which shall be
S. N. is Elec-1 I described and that wholly within
at such
Thompson spend elecjtlon .
t I Boy Scout Meeting For one Representative of 1 ) the question to be Said certificates respectively embrace the discretion" of the Legislature." accompanying' statement
ing Borne time in Macclenny visitIng The State Farm Boy Scout Second Congressional District shall be "For. Bonds" and submitted the following described prop- upon. the law no atatwl i
II I of the State of "Against I ertlea. In the County of A JOINT RESOLUTION cussed and, llf ppluailoa
Florida. In the'SeventySeventh Bonds and Bradfoid ProposIng
friends -
j and
relatives. | '
Troop met Monday night at the Congress I I BK: IT FURTHER "state of Florida, to-wit: an Amendment to Article IX of i fact but In event of an ei

- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns of Community Hall under the direc- the fnlted State Ofl I J there be and are RESOLVED'that SEVi: of SWVi except" E% of th. Constitution of the State of vision betweel" tho. rproperly
$ I' For Uovernor hereby appointed NW|< of SE4'! of SW< Section 1 I "Florida considerinr a to i
_ Live Oak. were visiting frlenda of the State of and designated the follow. 4 25 Relating to Taxation and
tion of Bryan Whltfield. Scout- Florida. log. as Inspectors of Twp. 6 S. Range' 22 East. 35 acres, Finance, by Adding Thereto, an shall examine tine record utlclpule
and relatives here Sunday. I For Secretary of State of such election more or less Is embraced ditional Section therein a' oth.r
I master. thai State to-wlt K. C. Priest O. fl Much 1 under Authorizing .
Mrs. Felix Sapp of Water Oak of Florida. and H. I.. Johns. and n.i Certificate No. 343. Legislature of the State of .Ad.1 In the event the 'ht.J./
The Scouts gave the Scout oath W. And. : of NW"4" to I unable to act foi! an, cai
_ For Attorney General of the Stateof rew as Clerk of such 101 of SEi/i of SWIe /. Allocate and Distribute to
I was visiting Mrs. Oscar Carter and Florida. election all Twp. 6 S. Seveiul Justice longest' ''n ,'onl''"",'
$ Tn_ 'fiiiiilnf_ __ __tatnsw\n_______. I| L. after which the Reverend / For _Comptroller) of the State of of."-..". whom....Iv h..otc"A are hereby. _determined__.__ to E Acres, mo r.-. n-.-. I--n.n.Range.i-.- --i 22... -.East... u j I 'alft.ft..' ...M.__Counties.''_'.... ua... _._."of u"the _L.evl.State. .,.._ and vice and able U, a< .hall i
____ n n Shepherd gave a .. ""...... BB"IT'"FU'RTHKR'R'ESOIYVED under Certificate No. 214. and Collected 1 and o" "B Hereafter stead with like eftcclA
Folks don't forget prayer meet- ;,short talk.-- Later- the scouts For Tr....surer of the State of that the Secretary of said: Board KV' of SB'/t' St-c. 38 Twp. 6 S. VFiorlda Collected by tile stat

Ing every Wednesday night at played and the Florida be and Is hereby directed to Range 22 East. 80 acres more or JOINT KES01.CTI01
_ games meeting For Superintendent cause less ,Is embraced under
Hellbronn of Public In- the foregoing\ \ resolutions. and the Certificate BE IT RESOLVED BY to Amend Section I/.
Baptist Church. No. 510. THE LEO. Ing
Every- tructlon
was adjourned.Scouts of the Slate of Notice
I FlorIdau of Special lection herein. The Ii.\TTn"J' 9P. THE STATE OF of the Constitution ol' IN
body is invited. Also Sunday after set out, to he assessment of the said prop Coonmissionerlt.
attending were: Lamar For Commissioner of published In erty under said certificate fmORIDA:. That the following of Florida Itelutinj to
Aurlculture the
Bradford No.
school Sunday morning at 10 o'-I County Telegraph a was In to Article IX of th"lonstltutlon .
Whidden. Jimmy Bradley Robert of the State of Florida duly qualified' the name of :Mrs. A. M. \
newspaper published 1 of th. BB IT RF*:
Herndon State of Flor-
For .
clock. Two JtiHtlcen of I : the
the Supreme at Starke In assessment of the
Markham Gene Cope Bernard Bradford County, Flor OF THE
Court of the State of Florida. ida there property under said, certificate i.1i.'erVlln"tito and fin- II I,
being no S<<
Jordan and Charles Thornton. For One Railroad Commissioner, of lished In said Special newspaper pub No.2.. was In the name of Mar thereto an additional OF FLonllThai
Tax ronntltu
School tha C. section to Ive known Article 8 of the
the State of Florida. District Herndon: the as $e0-
THERESSA Cub Scouts present were: Jimmy For State Senator for Fifteenth lication No. 12. and that such pub the said property under assessment. of tlon 15 K0fTtlald Article IX. authorlalnr State of Florida, relit'
be said
By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Brown Godwin. Leslie Bradley Senatorial District of the State consecutive for week a period of four tificate N... RIO wan III the name cer 01' Legislature of the State I County Commissioner, ".
beginning Fliridr' .
of Florida. the on H. O. Miller. to allocate and dl..- same Is hereby
Joe Townsend. Delbert Crews. For One Member of the. house of said. SOth flay of August 1940. and Unless said Certificate th.T trIbute to the several counties of Is. agreed to and ]

_____________ Railroad Activity Here Jimmy Frank Jordan. and Bradley Representative. of the State of being:Notice of Special,, Election redeemed according to law shall the he levied:State'! certain' excise taxes now submitted to the electors Iii, '
: A Florida. properties described and collected: and to be hereol'ected State of Flnrld.i al
good deal of excitement was Geiger Paul Dobbs of Rat- Notice I I. hereby given that sold therein will he after l"vl.,1 H"pr..ntath"h..ld
For County Jlld.". Special a to the highest bidder I and by the election of
I created In our little town over ford was a visitor. For Sheriff tnd will Election I I. hereby called Courthouse door on the first. at the State Of Florida. l la hereby agreed In 1940 for apprO',1.
be held at Mon to < .f
the week-end when it was learned For Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1 tore.. New River M. I John day In the :Minth of October 1B40. and ..hall be submitted to the J ctlon. Said "'tton iai
Florida electors
For within which 1 I.. of the amended shall
County 8
that the Southern Railway had NOTICKNotice. For Tax Assessor of Taxes. said Special' Tax School District 1940. the 7th., day of October ratification "Action Florida a*
111 hereby given tit nil Collector. No. I! of Bradford or at the lows: <
been granted the contract for whom It trmy concern that on the- For ('ount)' Superintendent. of Pub, on the SOth day of County Florida Dated this 27th., day of August next general election' of Repr..entatlvell .S..tlon B That,"UtIl1'theriin ''
8th day of October 1940. 1 will lic InMrtretfon. D. 1940 and, A. A. D 1440 to b. held ln 1MO *. foU each of th. ,
putting a spur track out to Camp For I during the hour ( I lows: shOt
Five County (CommfMtonrt prescrihed OFFICIAL SEAL loner' district 50
ILIIIV to the
County Judge" ofllradfnrd by law for A. J. Thomas. '
holding tine
___________ Blandlng. I| County for discharge n* For Hoard Three of Members of the County elections at which election general the I County Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford i have Section 15. The Legislature shall law from Commission"h time t W .

It Is' understood the spur track t Earl Administrator Cm.k. Sr. of the Estate of For Juxtlce of Public the Peace Instruction In and for qualified h '.'A..!,_-, *_, _. _electors_. ._ L who are_ free.cnniiii Florida 8-30' 4t 9-20 ,I tribute the to power the ..ever..1 to allocate..nuntl.and _dl.I ,.,5-. county elected a bj th< qu al,.!I,

will leave the main line at what I]I I Thin. the 6th dRY of September' via the: following Justice. Dial riots, shall. by their*; in vote saia determine aistrict ftOTITK: OF1 ElECTION I I I LHfiSt.1*' 'In equal amounts- and' at I[ ors of said voting, nUIIIa'for i .>;../her

Is now the station of Theressa whether The Board of WHEREAS tImes' *" Legislature' shall II place of h
1940Karly No. I. Public In I. The LegIslature, I hall hold
(Cook Jr.. Administrator. struction of 1939 of determta* I officers, and
______________ and will follow the best direct In Testimony Bradford County FlorIdx under the Constitution of any portion' of or all provide '.
_________ ,-& 4 t; 9-37: Whereof I have on behalf of Said Special of the State of 1885. excise taxes now levied and collerre" for four years.that ,:on.1

_ line to Camp Blanding. Sidetracks I hereunto fixed", the net Treat my hand Seal and of the af- bonds School District No. 12 shall Issue Tax. six Joint Resolutions Florida. proposing did pas. I .. or hereafter levied or colI..ct..d. -- I elected the In th'''>Ullt g.'neral eli

orIci' TO (.aU'fD"" In the sum of 12,75000 amendment to the by the State of Florida I numbtricts
Y'a and other things State of Florida. at Tallahassee accordance In the State Constitution of frol1', the I 1940 from thf >*en ,
All persons having claims or ic. the ( with the foregoing rest. of Florida operation. of parl.mutuel .. for'I t t.
Capital and the .
this the .rv.
pool. shall
15th day lution same
needed :
for this road will be and were
a* described agreed d4 "
put mnnds against the estate of 1V.. of AUffimt. A. D. 140. S. therein. I to by a vote of three- I and those (roll h. J
In as quickly as possible. A telegraph -I Kelly deceased. are notified, tofile tU S.) R. A. (lflAY. of .said 1. Sparks moved the adoption to fifths each of all the member" elected'i A JOIST; i districts shall ..rvi' 'or lot
their claims.. due resolution which house 'trill0four
In form Propos-
In was ; that
Secretary of the Inll' 'ih
office has been installed the office of the (Count. Judge; of To 110V A. O. ANDHRl Sheriff State. tIed by .1. H. Moore and .said said Joint Resolutions,. vote on' and, an Amendment to Section 2 and thereafte Th. powe'
and an operator from Grandin Bradford County Florida In t h e Bradford County. 9-6 9t resolution was put to a vote and upon their respective Journals the to Section Article V of years .all' >' ,",'bI ,,
11-1 .
Courthouse. Florida unanimously adopted with all the yeas Constitution or Florida RelatIng and compen P''
nt Starke. With. O(
memo : dht and "' .ral'
has arrived to take charge of In N calendar month from September ber of .. I -
I "
the office. Crews of men and 6. 1440 tine the same willb"'o"e IIK:'*OI.rTfOV A tV ll) OTICK.' OP voting "Aye" and none "Nay.". that the said* Joint Resolution and direct'. I In IT RESOLVED BY TItE.J, by law.
be .F.Olsr.ATITRE
UOI .a.n'lo'll K. J uhmltted I OF 'Tiox
vol.l.11Irll..r..t LEWIS, to theelector THE STATE IE f:1'OI '
__ some machinery are also on the i T.. Kellv A. Adminis At a Special meeting I of The Chairman of The Board; i of Public State at the ieneral of the oF FI.OUIDA That the following i I A JOINT : Sf ::101 i f .f
arrounds. I IPi tratrix!.! .. of the KHtate _of p. W.: ..Hoard.....0............._....of ......Public.____.__ r Instruction" of Florl.iMtest""II'II..tlon. of Bradford County. November NOW. 194A! ( in ILm..ndml'l1t.,1- *' respect of Section :,I and S.c. lx Ing of to the Amend':onutlliitU'' of,"t''
.UntT vely
- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Zelgler and %.lIy. If-II U If'Xi' I( called and held on August itiritiu 2Hth.omv, : OFIAV, Secretary THEREFORE.of :State; I, R. A. the Ctnatitutlon' : ,of of the Article State o';f.' of Florida. H"la". 18 I'Taxat ,p..ty.

little daughter Mary Lou. of I I 1940> and at which meeting thereL W.0:. "MIDDLETON State of Florida, do of the Florida' be> and he "ame I la hereby Hon of L'ertili'
ITIIR rmrrlT CO "T. KIKFITII.Mllirltl. | was Superintendent hereby give agreed iota.HE .
present E. J. Lewis, chairman, of Public Instruction notice that a to. and ""11" submitted B
Miami are visiting Mr. IIM'tir OF .'I.on.IIJ .. J. If. to the flEOOi.tEt:
Zeigler'sparenls Moore and S. 17. Spark, of Bradford County Florida <.K\KH' 'L electors of the State IT TIISO
\. 1MI KOH MU ''FUIII]>I ,member, and W. H. and ex-offlclo Secretary will he Kf.KfTIO'V Florida at the Of LEOISLATI-KK ""I'l ....!I
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeig- Mlddleton of said held In next general el..e. ..
each Ct
TV. nUll Ion '
tOI County Superintendent. of Public rd. Florida on county In to be held on the first r (< FLORIPA t ...n.rll|
ler. IV fit "H'nVnl Instruction and ""-ottlclo Secre (CORPORATE SEAL) -30 5t lag the first. Tuesday next succeed after the first Monday In Tuesday Article IX ..f ''n< ?),
1 n..h. 1", KllfIllI... tary of Bald 9-27 A Monday 'In November her. Nov..m. I at F M .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griff Board the following, 1>. 1940 the said 1940. for ratification or re- the State .In,
Plaintiff among other proceedings the Tuesday being iectlnn the ex..mpll'''' .-4.. 'ib
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. DampIer -vs. Oh. Nt). had. to-wlt: were ttTIrP OK APPI.H'( TIO\ .-.......wr.. ... .. ., _.,. S"'lIon 2. (a" Tb. from, taxatlor L it- ."
_ Walter $t. Clara Knodle FOR TAX DEE) vr nOVKWBKH Supreme Court .nd..d snd'-
of J. H. Moor. prevented the following for the .h..11 consist of. Is hereby 0111 bf
High Springs -
Sunday. ratification
Defendant. 4enat. Rill \o. lrtl:: the or rejection, slid. o'--u' ,I '. n ltal
resolution to-wlt said of'I the I* agreed
f Joint term its
r). W. Moore ORDKIt :: i NOTICE IS HEREBY Resolution. < .each I "
was transacting OF PrnLICATIOX WHKURAS, at a meeting of That K. JIVEN; log amendments propos. Justice shall. he six ted to the 'I* .'
(II. Duncan the years; no term <
ANDNOTICE The Board of holder of Tax of Constitution of I Ih
Public the
business in Jacksonville Wednesday Instruction Certificate State I any Incumbent Florida
of shall *
; TO DEFENDANT No. SS8 Issued Florida, be affected I '
of Bradford County Florida the 2nd., A JOINT via: by thlLt tlon to he h '
__ I.n4avvemb..r. ,
duly clay
and Thursday of last week.. IN TJlINAMI'; OF THK STATE! i held of September A. D RESOLUTION amendm..nt 'I )
on August 26. 1940. there was filed 193.1 has ing the Amendment Propos (b) Each day after l ih.) .,IfIn!
Mrs. Thos. F. Brown and little or FLORIDA ; presented. a petition signed same In mv office and has of' Article of Section 1 2 1 Court Justice of the Supreme I 190
_ _.; TO: W A I.T F:It sr. CLATIK,:1 more than :85 percent of by made application for a tax deed to Abolishing. of the Constitution Ihall be elected hy the quaIl- *
the tied rejection.
__ __ son of Hampton visited relatives KN'ODLK:, who. place of resldence fied elector who are freeholder quali be embrace Issued thereon Said certificate for State Purposes Ad Taxation,I time ele..tors of the Slate at the I Said SecUi .*11"U K

_ here Monday afternoon. .IK rare of Del Mar Marrl residing within the territory known the following described BE IT RESOLVED and places of voting for members amended. .hll'i

__________ ..* Apartment Cheltenham I and designated Special property In the 'ounty of Brad ISLATURE BV THE LEO. of the legislature at the genafter to-wlt: .h.1I'
__________ Miss Maxine Dykes of Lake Avenue, Uermantown Philadel School District: N.... 12 of Brad Tax. ford, State of Florida. to-wlt: FLORIDA OF THE STATE OF .ral election next preceding the "Section 1 Th' ,
1 : That proP
Geneva visited friends here Sunday phia... Pennsylvania. ford County Florida. petitioning Po A Lot W 114 ft.. N & S by 50ft amendment to the following expiration of each term of such of. empt from L"xa'' ,!
_ You are hereby required to this K of adjoining Section 2 of fice.C '. Hndr .
Board Blk
appear to call an election to Temple 1, IX of the Article, the value oJ' "
; afternoon. either personally, or by At.torney. determine whether said Addition to Starke Sec, of Florida Constitution of the State, ) tn the event 0 r the .allflca. to wM" "d
tion lI..n every /
_ _ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Zelgler of to the Rill of Complaint District shall Issue bonda In School the 22: East 2H .Township South, Range and abolishing relating ad to taxation I Ih..reupon 01' this amendment It hall I son who U. .."' 'Idt'f'.,| 1
herein filed against you In the sum of 2750.00 for the for State valorem taxes b. th. duty of the thea and hr
the State
f Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. above entitled purpose The assessment. of purposes be GoVernor to ..II.r
t cause on or before of building and furnishing ad! prop same Is and the I appoint one additional I been disabled'
4; I J. J. Zeigler Sunday. the 7th day of October A. f). 194O, school house within raid district. a erty sued under t the said certificate Is shall be submitted hereby agreed to and L Justice he or the Supreme Court and fortune." !o'
a* required by Law for the exclusive was In the name of Mr*. E. of the to the electors shall hold Office from the The'vote.. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Zelgler and "Bradford '* use of the public H. Smith. State at the of his date .,' ,.m"
: County Telegraph.' la free school In said district of General Election thSPirIJlT/"ltJ Tuesday said P'' 'P *
,,: __ ; and I'nless Representatives with j. lara"
Mrs. J. J. Zeigler were shopping hereby. designated. an the newspaper this. Board having duly determined redeemed said certificate shall be proval I or In 1940), for ap. *, l in January and the can ftW -,, ,
_ In which' thin' Order shall that said according to law, the rejection: that I I.. to 1943. and his 'noLI,
petition I I. that the successor shall be th..r.t ,
In Starke signed nay t n.
afternoon. ; by said elected return
_ Monday be puhllMheil\ once a week for ,lour property described therein Section 2 at the t'lfuill",
more than 13 percent of the quali sold will be IX be amended of Article 1942 general election! In to the .am, vhl'"
Mr. and Mrs. B. (U ronjiecutIve weeks. fled to the highest bidder so as to hold ,
C. Owiley I elector who are freeholder courthouse at the follow: read a*I six I yeSr Office! for a term of friction a' ar P'r tr
the week-end WITNESS my hand and the l..alof residing In salil Special Tax School day door on the first Mon Section 2. beginning Tuesday after general tIe 1
41 spent here with office. In the month of The the first for
at "
Starke Bradford District No. IS.: and having October 1940 provide Legislature shall\I Monday In January 'HE I
1943.of Florida ,
: duly Which for (d of ,
I I.
4 relatives. 'ounty. Florida. the 7th raising
_ & Mr. and Mra. Owaley August. A. I).. l *40.CIIICUIT this. 29th day of considered said petition and the ( day of October cient to defray the revenue suffi thJhSu'nucce""" of the Justice.r IN T.STUtOS'J ...t r
; were on their way to their home I matter appearing therein and 1940.Dated this State' Including expense of the iPh7m* Court .haU bPrecedlnV have herein1'and ((1",11
( COURT SEALA. > 30th. day of State 'It 4
finding that August tions artlxc'd!
said 'A general <
petition I I. for appropria election
In Perrine after sufflclent | 194i!> the benefit nextrespJJtlv. ,I' Flo'
the J.
spending Thomas and In form of the the <
all expiration Stat ",
respect In full I system uni of their the n
Clerk of the OFFICIAL SEAL of free .
Circuit Court ) A. J. h.
summer in Virginia. Mr. Owsley! of llrariforil compliance with law. and further ''Clerk of circuit Thomas, provided In public schools I vent terms of office, but In Tallaha" AuuR
County Florida. 8-30 Court of accordance of "
&t ,
9-27: finding that the Bradford XII with da 3
assessed of Article office lit
value of 'Cognty, Florida j the Constitution Ju.. ice andVac1anryJn of any the
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High School Journal ( Tornadoes Practice To Meet iji.1;

Green Cove September 27 :

SiX pmn.U', SKFTKMKKK: 20 UUft
I II Football practice has been

c, J0t it ."jack STAFF Halle I ChatterYou Senior Play Will I LoyaltyLoyalty i I ers in a certain high school in I Society Notes hampered and rain, but both with by a hot game weather Sep-

.Chlef I ] this state, cheered for their home i, Sarah in tember 27 and a great amount
Betty Green should have seen the crowdat Be Staged Tonight Barefoot was Jack-
Forum; Opal Peele Carpenter's Drug Store : This is a word that Is team at one of the football games I sonville Tuesday of work to be done, weather condition -
)orts Saturday 'used very much but which few until their team began to lose ? will have to take a back-
Buddy Davis I night. Seems to be the Be sure and don't forget that ''nnd I Virginia Sewell and James Edward -
n rts favorite people can correctly define There then wOnt over to theiropponent's
Sadie Prince gathering place the week-end with seat.The
for wonderful
;: the senior spent
Into l I play tonight.'e are many forms of loyalty side of the field and I football tenon Is
; loy- shapingup
GreenS I crowd,
Grace younger Some of those I i I James Edwards' Mother, Mrs. J. I
peep Mack Futch | present were Sadie, Grace, are really counting on a crowd, alty to :your school, state, or !' cheered for their opponents! Can D. Cottrell. all right but within the next
Scout Moody Garland Joe so don't fall us.I (country loyalty to your! friends !you blame those football boys for week or so they should be able
Melba T.,
L. SaturdayIn
M, I'I'I Betty Crosby spent
I and i not permitting those girl to re-
fibs I loyalty to God. to mold into a formidable -
Lillian Barnes Tommy, Ida Sternberg, Bobble Everyone should have a good I' Ocalu i( aggregation
b Iris Crews i Elsie, and Sunny Sternbers and idea of what It's like from I Loyalty consists largely of Just main their cheerleaders ? Such a Mary Townsend was In Palatka .

des Marie D. and others. i! last week's paper, but let us remind : plain old "stlcktoltlveness1'! There thing as this has never happened I Sut\irday. I I Handicapped by a lack of beef
tin the of this school that
Jones Sadie and Buck you again that it starts at i i are some people who ate always history I ,Selma Thornton was visiting and brawn on the reserve Hit'! ,
S. G.
F.rro and I know of and
Louis Jordan I I Clifford seem to be taking in all ,, 8:00 o'clock sharp, and the pricesare !!! I ready to stick to projects as long.It I I will not. we sincerely hope l I I in Gainesville Sunday i I the regulars will have to bear
Edgar Wilkinson the shows. I 10 cents and 30 cents. All las everything runs smoothly but ( Grace nnd Dot Green were In the brunt of the season unless
saw them I
spt"'laJ geporterso show here in Starke, Sunday at the .I pupils below the eighth grade get when the going begins to get a| The students of this school Jacksonville Sunday' ( some of the reserves show marked

msend. Jeanette Parker ernoon. And then in the showat aft in for a dime. 'I little rough, they are ready to have been showing their school Dornh Johns was In Brooker Improvement.

Lake Butler, Sunday night. The ones that are In the play quit.A I loyalty by their willingness to and Lake Butler Sunday. I The following boys are out for t'
Betty Stringfellow have really worked hard and they I good example of both loy- help clean their classrooms. I Sadie Prince went to the showIn the squad:
Editorialt seems you deserve alty and was shownIn Butler I Name .
a big audience Bring disloyalty Lake Sunday I Wright Position
and :
City are j think enough has been said on
all getting along your friends and 1 parents. We'll the pep squad last! year, When Velma Norman spent Sunday Marian Crews 165 F. B.
SEEMS TO ME rlghton't blame you. I be looking for you. I the pep squad was first organ- the subject of loyalty to your In Silver Springs. I|i Frank Crews 165 End

? it that so many pupils Pep Squad Girls had their pictures ized, large numbers of enthusiastic -I[school now, but how about your I Clara Flume was In Jackson- Herbert Crews 140 T

allze that they are not.j jn 1 I taken Friday afternoon, in Laugh A LittleDown students immediately joined I loyalty to :your friends? A real ville Sunday afternoon.Elementary I David Shuford 140 T
school only to make I i shorts! Bet there wll be a lot of and It looked as though we were (' friend Garland Godwin 220 C
loyal Is one who will remain I
There are lots of papers sold next week. You going to have
F's" I beside the a large organization. Echoes I Ralph Nettles 150 G
toI ocean
I friend thick
that we are suposed know the Pictures will be in the Where As time passed, however, your through Ralph Dudley 175 T s
..Ides making grades. I Bradford Telegraph.' screeches the ,sea gull floats!!! and "and the practice sessions began and thin. People who are nice to FIRST GiLADE Armond Thomas'! 170 C&T

{ the outstanding of these Grace, honey, what were you And the little fishes swim upon i to resemble work a little bit, you as long!: na! you are getting I We began our new books on Jon Allen Lander 140 End '

.? ', i believe that It I limping for SaturdaY-high heels the sand. there tendance.In along all right! but shun you when Thursday. It was a delight to Mutt Jones 142 Hn '

just about as much to too high, or was the Pep Squad j you get Into some difficulty and have a book with our own names Judy McRne 145 H.n,
xldual as any other one too much for you Friday after- It Is there one sees the peaches 1 tinued to drop and so by the end : really need their help, me called f In them and a pleasant surprise Buck McMillan 147 Q.n

noon? And there escorts stick like of football season there was only I I "falrweatber friends" and are not to find! that many words were J, ,,;. Denmark 150 II.B.&E

bump into someone Ins Seen in Gainesville having a leachesAs |la mere handful of loyal studentsleft your real friends old friends that we had knownon Arnold Wasdln 145 F.B,

we I wonder, how many ofk lot of fun Friday night were they stroll along together In the pep squad to cheer I Are :you loyal to God ? Are you the chart. Herbert Green 149 Hn,

to make an apology? Everett, Dot, Grace, and N. T. hand in hand. their team to victory Of course, the type of person who Ignores We will not take our books "Mike" Dew 120 Q.n.
there were many students who I I''God learned to Coolidge Gassetl 130 l'nd:
that you can alwaysn Bet I as long; a* he is getting home until we have
It can't
+is the bell rings, whetherr and Elise you Green guess who Dot Mr: Henpeck: "My wife has had good logical reasons for not I 1{ along all right, but when he gets lead them then we shall be able Bishop Myrick 120 Q.n.
were seen with thrown me down the stalls!! twicein continuing in the pep squad, but Mother. James Barwlck 120 End 3'
not?' It's because I II i into some sort of trouble, is right to'E'ad to Father and I
or Saturday night? Two of
our football two weeks. And I there were some who just simply i Ernest Davis 125 End
to his feet to see stars. want to ready to go to God in prayer Miss Middleton, teacher. ,
i i first jumps one is to get to the Frank and Joe That's Al'en.who they were, 'know what to do about It" {quit for apparently no reason at I I and beg for mercy ? And then Charles Parker 140 G

I I Lawyer: "The best thing I can i all. Those students who remained when God answers his prayer, he The first grade children have Comer Perryman 140 0
I do that Edwina who were you with: suggest is to move to the ground .I wIth the pep squad all the way, I',again becomes indifferent toward been developing the Home Unit George Flynn 130 0
now as well as Friday night, Saturday afternoon, floor." were good examples of school God and does not even thank Him I since the beginning of school. Lyle Anderson 110 C

was order In this, 'every- Saturday night, and Monday at loyalty. for His blessings! This is a formof I Talks have been given by each Bobby McRae 110 Enl

ill get along we better don't' come I noon? Say Buddy, Office (to private carrying a The pep squad has been reorganized disloyalty to God. child us!! to the work of the parents Clifton Hayes 147 0

remember, the sole reason Margie Matthews was seen over huge soup kettle) : "Here you, let this year and we hope Some people may think this and the children In the home. Perry Gainey 160 End
school for the week-end and with Buddy me have a taste of that." that all those who have Joined article has turned out to be a Stories and rhymes about home The weights given above are ek

mg those little report ,i and Edwina too. I think the Private: "Yes, sir" will find il possible to remain I sermon but I It would be wen for activities have been studied. The not accurate, but serve to give 1?

ash month Let's try be to to young man was Billy Dowling. Office: "Great Scott! You don't active members throughout the everyone to bear In mind that doll house is being papered. Its I I some Idea of the weights and

ourteous as and we fellow can stu- I Opal bet you will miss Arch call that soup, do you?" season. | loyalty Is one of the best char- will soon be ready for a family sixes of the players.

teachers Thomas when he leaves for school Private: "No, sir; It's dish 1 I heard of a case not so long acter traits a person can possess to move, In I Sonny Haynes will again be

-Jack Haile I Hear he took You Gainesville water" ago where a group of cheerlead-j I -Mary Townsend -MUs.. Lllley. teacher manager of the team.

Friday night, but didn't have
much of a chance with all those

Inbly Program G'ville boys. Better stick to the I

old B. H. S. boys. They are always J
iDelevan's home room'was the best :: I JI .
Bole for the Assembly pro-" ,
I Saw and Enos
esday afternoon. The George Flynn .
as read by Selma Thorn- Hayes Friday sight; Had two 1 .
'ollowing this was theo I I'very cute girls. They were Sarah fM-dL.

the flag, and the Lord's B. and Freddie W .e.. : ,
I I ,
"America" also Always telling on the students '
was sung. e !, ,". <:-"'t't'
program was then turnedthe and never the teachers. Now 1 f N ; ", : :'i. 1,,; .

Pep Squad. To gain Coach, where did I see you Saturday
ual I school spirit for the night ? .. .. : : ; '
I I \ .' 1'
season) the squad gaveof Grace, why were you In such a .. : ,-.,
the school's yells and hurry to get home Friday( night ? ft M : t'
songs. Everybody enjoyedery Couldn't have been a letter from ___ ;; f -' ., ";''''''' much. I Atlanta? }, t" .i,;,.
I I S ', ,"\<* .
the announcements made I II :
I Francine Fisher sure is being y. ( : ..
Williams, Assembly was missed at school. She Is now attending r t'1a '
fd by the usual custom''' Lake Butler, I hear. I I r3;
ling; out of the building I
Gosh! I can hear students in II N II
1 of grades. /1 r t.
music room singing "Isle of May" II" r N" rI q

'sure is romantic-and me sitting I ( ....-- ........ toIe N
Grade Newsdy In'tbls For / +
here class room. N ,00 i Sv /'
music like that you need-a full I p .. '" r .
folks! Well here 'tis NI
moon-a lake-and the one r

write up this little' gos- (sigh) (sigh.) I .. M .. A
again. Grace and Dot, why did N
you I .N ..
I truly (Velma took I ,
'" .. fN
go all the way to Jacksonville to .. r' ,+
own South Wentr .. .
Sunday. ,
see a show with all these shows \ \
Springs and on the way .. NI
nearer home. .
'opp'd in a Juniper, Sil- r Nsr
&1 Salt Betty Green what's this I hear A r ."
Springs. Had a 11- .. N ,
ul time. You all shoulda about Lake Butler and you- .. / ,rr
What's he look like?Come on .. "
onghave tell us his name ? We'll keep it a .
M to i.N
you noticed our N r t ," t
til grade pupils? Hand- secret .. .. ,
I Firestone Kid. "
: Virginia Say
3erome z
Sternberg. (I think N N ?
ill him Sonny. I'm not: Where did you get that snazzy t 1e r 't.. \-. ;.'. 'f
tot) In Miss Wood's home jacket you had on Monday? \ '" -

And Waylan Sapp In Miss Lorene Moncrief cute little eye- ..
full with her yellow Jacket on Here's .
n room. He's from Law- First
a Easy : ,
it, Monday. Saw Sadie taking pic __ { 1h-i A
N r
G. haa tures.
a new Idea She

I T Piece about Pillow.of she a Who was bride's supposedry ever cake she I something-Who Jean Parker afternoon riding helped, and around you tell keep Saturday us Lesson for S Students t t '' / "

office I Sunday
- the telephone
Only trouble, Dot ,
M that she didn't dreamt night? '"; ),

;' t. Have to try again. This lesson is funl Just start at dot number :\\i! 1,
'y hurry and get married If A Girl Had-
relit of us girls can try one, draw a line to number two three, etc., :""I ,
k, Betty Stringfellow's big blue until the ,
drawing is completed. It's easy !i( '

grade eyes.Patsy Robert's figure but ,it's not easy on the eyes unless you .
Newstter I Moncrief's beautiful I ('t ,j
Lorene have
good lighting. That means at least a t l :
, the officers late than of never 9F so hair.Dot Green's ability to dance 100-watt bulb, and it should be in a modern 1 ',' ;

-nt-Freddle Wlmberly.; Elsie Green's laugh. Better Sight lamp, the lamp with the white ; ';,,11+

'"trY'resident-Pay-Yarbrough.Bobble McRay' hands.Betty Green's beautifully shaped diffusing. bowl that prevents glare l \\ J1,

,Kr- Marjorie Jean Edward's ability to play
Davis. "
'er-Virginia Sewell. the accordlan. Sight is precious; light is cheap Parents, "if; .)1

notto and IS-It's the set of Grace Florence Green's Mersereau's personality.dimples. now that school days are here, safeguard '., 8i ;'f

* the not way the we gale go. thats Ferol Jones' complexion.Sadie your child's eyes with the right kind and ftft; ,!
ability to write
' Prince's '
d'ass colors are red and right amount of light. Modern I E.S lamps '. I, ,
our class flower Theet essays. j
Pea. Gloria Buford's posture. are scientifically designed for safe seeing. c ,
fall for her. /v !'iJ b
re Boy! I could
very happy to have They're attractive, inexpensive) t
borne room teacher, Mr. {i

new teacher this year. 8th Grade NewsPoor 7,.
< that this year's Fresh- 'k'Y '
-8 *1H be the best class James Edward-he must -,: : '

worry about Hitler getting Eng- ELEHRIEITY IS [HEAP! ,, l
'kfiriia he doesn't
Sewell, reporter land because it seems \
his teachers getting f
worry JcoMwN rr !,. ,, '
Do You him for not knowing his lessons. "
Edna Mae, have you framed // ; 't
To Do _? your history paper yet? Don't f...t i r:
frame mine. i', >
think I'm gonna -" ,\(.
PrICfr -"c to Business Mary Esther took an imaginary ',; ,t
GainesVille" to Australia the other J. G.
trip SPENCER Manager
; rr'
, Byk 5*-"Go In training day. She said It was a big trip. :
u""e. not have a castle Just as 1 .
Why ,
h' :'.,
II1ltll."To.. be some kind big as that trip? I think It would \I'

Polk_-Get married or History Is hard Isn't It? Guess t. Il

Oltl'Jipber:' well have to atop and study some The dependable Sunshine Service yow receive is made possible by ; a'

. PP-"I don't know." more. more than 2.000 trained employes on the job night and day ;'I i :
rker_Get Williams and Lucile SEE YOUR ELECTRIC I DEALER I! : ..i,
her-"' a Job as a Dorothy Bowers, reporters. every day in the year. They are eager te serve you. Call on them. ; '

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1\1 1 ) l'i' ,q'rr j;:;" i: '" 'II: SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs.Mrs. Sale Darby Compliments At Bridge I!I' som Mrs.McClane, R.Mrs., A Sr.Carl Thomas, Mrs.Knight, Mrs Ray,,T.New-Mrs.K. ] Recipes Was 8a"Qt %e. 1 1It

I Mrs. Mae .
i Ralph Alvarez, .. that a d
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Mrs. Charles lnal1Ozlne;
Mrs. Kincaid Hack Young W ,men's Circle Recent Bride HonoredAt A. Darby, a recent bride, Mrs. i jwarOst Mrs. W. H. PerkIns Mrs., store Will SOon 8nd office 111

From Fashion Center Of W. S. C. S. Surprise Shower Guy Sale was hostess at a delightful -i I A. O. Andreu Mrs. B.Mrs.W. George Hayes Here's a salad recipe that'sgood / the HOllin/swnl'th/ ) OCCUpy PIli
4 bridge party, given at the I, Mrs. A. A. Durden, any time but Is especiallygood Walnut Str"e, bUlldlnr IIIi

!! Mrs. Jeanette Klncald returned To He OrganizedThe Mrs. R. G. Ktdd was hostess I home of her parents, Mr. and Anderson Mrs. Alice Langford, for parties. Mrs. K. G. Dun will probably open new bua

I from New York of last week I aft- I Mrs. Joe Wilson Mrs. Mary : can Is the contributor thla week. first at Oct Ohio around
Sunday City last business meeting of Wednesday night Mrs. J. B. Sapp Wednesday Mrs A. J. Griffis, :Mrs.

,1 where she spent a week visiting the Woman's Missionary Societyof when she entertained her night j I ernoon. ,I W.Geiger M. Edwards, Mrs. E. E. Can-I 1 can tomato soup. .." --
.r. the leading fashion bridge club, honoring Mrs. Charles'I 3 blocks cream cheese. I'I'U "OI It
country's and
the MethodIst Church held I of marigolds E.
was Quantities
Mrs. J. :
H. Johns 1 \I1
center and purchasing copies of Monday afternoon $In the church, I A. Darby, who prior to her recent purple spikes beautifully: a r 'ova, Mrs. ,A.Mrs. A. E. McKInney, I 2 tablespoons knox plain gelatin "'hy ,qlt,., ,,111, % "". ,: ::: ,II"r.\\
Chambers .
p the new fall and winter fashions with the retiring president/ Mrs. marriage was Miss Virginia Fu- ,|j ranged In bowls and vases formed 1 1 Jessie Newaome, Mrs. E. dissolved in 1-2 cup cold T.po\"II"'"T till'\\ i, oh..

: ..:, $ for the Clar-Jean Shoppe of W. E, Middleton, presiding over gate. ,j jI I the decorative motif for the occasIon I Mrs. and Mrs. E. M. Thomas. water. N This h.i'a'.,.\ i,' '<''c.' 1"" ,, tie.. ..

;, which she Is proprietor and manager the short session. Minutes of I I Artistic arrangements of yel-! j t Lennon No.2. Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, I' 1 cup mayonnaise. And"""i.," ,.." ,, "
*- low and pink zinnias were placed "
previous meeting were read, the 1-2 bell chopped. Pia
''at I I I High prize In bridge was MM. R. H. Cox. Mrs. W. J. Ep cup pepper Th" ""I', 'III
Klncald her vantage points throughout the """ 1 II .
1011"1I. explains i I.
financial report was heard, and awarded to Mrs. Sanford Ritch, Mrs. W. B Alexander, 1-2 cup chopped celery. I I. "" ",
'A 4 : method of buying, one which assures other matters adjusted. i lower floor in decorating. for this I II who received a double deck of Mrs person H. L. Hough, Mrs. Will 1 1-2 cup chopped nuts. t-Io n"8'' ,,,,, ''I, h", ,, ''halan'l

her of getting the most cleslrabla Mrs J. W. White presented a I lovely affair. I I'I cards. :Mrs. Jim Ritch, winnerof Mrs. J. H. Lord Small bottle of stuffed olives, Th y'r.NeaI-." h, orll 'rOll
( Stringfellow 'II'
p p.l.; c and beautiful models in gift to Mrs. Middleton and made I II j I At the conclusion of the bridge bingo received a set of crys- Mrs. Chas. chopped. don', \" II, ," ''It"
1 I Mrs. A. A. Jordan '% ,
'i: wumens' clothes. She visits the the of i game Mrs. Darby was presented 'athttig, ", ,'
speech appreciation -
1 1I I tal Mrs. Darby was Mrs. to boiling 1'r" '
ashtrays. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Bring soup point, "'hell for
j Powell,
most exclusive and expensive : "As a member of the Wornan's with a novelty whatnot as her reward Cp tI h.,,. W'II i 1)( tbt
I I I The''|! presented a piece of pottery, a I lO. B. Flynn. Mrs. Pate Gassett, stir cheese In gradually until iS 10. ,.10 i 'h.,
.l : J clothiers (Saks Bonwlt-Teller, Missionary Society of the I for making-high score. ,' high r."QI" ,
from the hostess as a re- AnnIe
gift 'Vlth
.! ; etc.) and sees the original models. Starke Church for over 40 years, I tallies for score keeping repeated I I,I memberance of this I charming (Mrs L. U. Morgan Mrs. 1 1I I smooth. Add gelatin and partly the OorJ.k", III, H..av.Q far
I Green
Following this up she takea a I wish to say that the organization -1 the floral motif. Miss Lora Miller !- (I Richard. Mrs. Floyd cool. Add mayonnaise, pepper, L
r4 visit to the moderate priced Frazee of Thomaston, Ga., I party.Mrs. I S. L. Peek, Mrs. T. M. Hutchlngs In 'loving ''lI"m'Jr'Itt) ..Ida J'Q"j ,
? : I never had a more faithful I celery nuts, olives salt and red nbc 111th- ; our
wholesalers and buys for her and conscientious .leader. than. the house guest: of Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Guy assisted b y her Mrs. L. A. Rennolds Mrs. F\ B. ('arnell'h.. \ "" t>..
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--- ---p- ---- mother, and Miss Ruth Rowe I Mrs. J H Hundley Mrs. I pepper to taste. into molds ago. S. 22n"V,3)J' flhit'
1rl--, __ I Store copies 01 me uriginiu muu- retiring president. Mrs. W. E. I was presented with a unique potholder Johns -pti | !, )' )
served a tempting salad courseto Olivia Feeler. Mrs. Ollie Marr, and congeal. Serves twelve. Jl': .tn, M, ,
r els. "With this method, we'll be Middleton, who has served not a gift of the hostess. | Ir anti : >.

. able to meet anyone's demands only the past year but for a number Following the game Mrs. Darby those invited to be with the .M....._-. UTan.011 n_'___. _Perkins_.nm-' Mrs. Fay_ I I -_I'Hri-iiH. Mri., ,(tOil | ,p nand.A..81Ot".,,,"

.; .. and anyone's pocketbook," she o( terms previously. As an was presented a shower of lovely honoree Gill, Mrs. Ben Hall, and Mrs. I IN MKMOm.OI :\ {'. -
3'; : ..; exclaimed enthusiastically. expression of our appreciation hankerchlefs, gifts from the club Those playing bridge with Mrs. Dave Kite. In lovingmemory and father of, Mr.our J.beloveilhiiHlmnd RhM .1.011: 0''r", U'I'IIflTto"..

This fall and winter black will, for her untiring services to the members.The I Darby were: Mrs. J. C. Garner, No. 3, Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. Norman who panned away Sept. 21, OTII'I't .,.':.81... !l11I s,,.: .11 111:1):)

as usual be the most popular' Society, we present this little hostess served a delicious Mrs. A. C. Manassa, Mrs. R. G. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. S. E. I 1939. r The t Lc.ii. 1'.I,;1\ IHH-BY: !; GI
Intl l
_ _
I JuHt one ago today, <
year l.udl
.! .!. fabric*. The next most popular book entitled "The Greatest ThingIn salad course with hot rolls to the Kldd, Miss Martha Metcalf, Mrs. Sparks, Mrs. R. L. Kemp Mrs. Our precious 'loved one panned issued holder th"of 1'\ '
,$t. I .. and fashionable color will be, according the World," by Henry Drum- following guests: the honoree, K. L. Matthews, and Mrs. Sanford I'J. A. Ennis, Mrs. W. L. Wall, away. A. n. 12! I'lxth II ,. ''It.d 4III) ilt 'AL
Coil took him from thla world of
: to Mrs. Kincaid, brown. mond, and as Mrs. Middleton is I Mrs. Darby, Mrs.. J. R. Wainwright Ritch and Mrs. Jim Ritch I, :Mrs Dave Silcox, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot pain, tor office a III'8 n,1. .'I. ,11/ Md.( "'m'if tP II,
I II t
"Any color that belongs to the well known for her gentle kindness Mrs. W. C. Powell. Miss of the State Farm. 1 I Mrs. G. H. Bennett Mrs. Tit! live with Him In Heaven again. I on. $u it id I ,1 in' ,If t.' ""Mil l''!
We mlHn his laugh of joy and I
:. brown /group will be in good I' and love, the book describes Evelyn Slump Misses Hope and Tea guests were Mrs. J. F. Clyde Prlst Mrs. L. G. Hemingway (cheer the following< d p i. ."""lrt,
I. taste and popular," she .stated. I I many of her virtues." Mrs. I. P. Georgia Haynes. Miss :AbbIe Harley Colley, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. iris many charms to us no dear.'Fhrogh Florida'ounl'H, t.. ni,, "" tJ 8,

;c. "And so will green but no ward Shepherd then asked for a rising Miss Frances Peek, and Miss Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, twin sIster Doris Rosier, Mrs. Levy Canova, suffered, weeks no, and 'months he ,I Add.I..OIH, H. 7., ,.. .
I' to Tl.i V J
I robe will be complete without a I vote of thanks to the retiring Lora Miller Frazee.Y. of the bride. .: Mrs. Lloyd Green, Mrs. F. F. We mill were loathe to fee him go. ..hlIJ 7 7 *,"',,"h" 1 3,1. lOT
c "" touch of red. The military motif president, which was given with I Flume, Mrs. P. E. Canova Sr., I I Home throng lav we hope, the family The, ...", "I', "I '* *I E..,
Mrs.' A. erty un.l.. "'*
M. Re-Elected "
:. is predominating In sportswear," enthusiasm. Mrs. Middleton made VV. A. MeetingY. Darby Mrs. Carrie Ingram Mrs. Carrie I, Will meet and join In Heavenly I'I'I Blleil WBK II, "i '1111"'.,
_ _ she added. j! a short speech of thanks and ap- President of W. :M. S. Edwards. Mrs. R. L. Crews, :Mrs. Ring'IOng.praises to Hod Mi-rarr 01' II
I',I our. above (JnlrHK ,
preclallon for the honor shown W. A. members invite all i Frank Mrs. V. n. !Where. all la and i L
_____ While In 'the city" Mrs. Kln- ,, i Hemingway I love. peace Joy and re-deemed i, "in" ,. ,' *
'! cold pail a visit to the World'S her. young women between the ages The regular Royal Service pro- Harrell, Mrs F. C Peterson, Mrs. I i The Evening Star shines I property" d.| t ,1 t ,,',',1010.J"
__ __ __ .i. Fair "Billy Rose's Acquacade( ,I' Mrs. E. K. Perryman, the newly of 16 and 24 to meet with them gram and business meeting of the ,W. E. Bryant Mrs. John Hall, I grave, on the HOld court to, di High,, I d4er .'

_ _I Is the highlight of the Fair," she I I elected president, took the chair I Monday night at 7:30( o'clock in Baptist Woman's Missionary!|and Mrs. B H. Sapp. I| or save one we loved but could not day In thi, h,' It""
)' Society was held the Church 1940, whli-'lV s"ih"/,, dj"'
said. "There are 4,000 seasts and made a graceful little speech the church.annex. Hostesses will at The Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot installed I i i Cod took him home It wall hoc vemher, li0! |
._______ and not one was vacant I had before beginning her duties. Mrs. I be Miss Martile Hemingway, and ,! Monday afternoon at three o'-, the newly elected officersin I But will.In our hearts we love him .thl I ]4th IBnf f""I.,.
successful 1 A. Wood Misses Myrtice Florled, and Wil- clock. Mrs. A. M. Darby, president I a very trip. conducted the devotional a beautiful and impressive ( > SEALi: tiJ
la Vlda conducted the devotional, -Mra. Maggie A J
Kllllngsworth. Norman andchildren. Clerk of
exercises after which Mrs. Will I I circuit I'ouri,
New Arrival Blair read the minutes of the reading from Hebrew 1: 1-8; 8: ceremony County, ''o'ldaGreen's ?! ,?
Three be organized. The motion ,
charter 6, and discussing the :1-1 ____
The -
meeting. president was seconded and duly carried. "Our Great Community Box: Supper -
High Priest. The
__________________ Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland, appointed Miss Kate Struth as This new circle will be a valuable votional was closed with | Helps Co-Ed Project: BLUE ROSll 5 Poti

_ _ _ Jr., of thIs city are receiving t secretary of pre-school age chil- addition to the WSCS, and the Circle No. 3 had charge prayer.of the Store

______ congratulations upon- the birth of the dren treasurer; and Miss Struth handed older members are rejoiced to I program which was directed by The c mmunity' box supper'sponsored RICE 1

_ _ _. an eight pound son born Wednes-I mite boxes the contents of the have this new Interest In the Mrs S. E. Sparks, the subject Friday night of last I
_ _ .. day, September 18. The baby Special.I called the "Baby I work. being "The Jew." week on the tennis courts by the & RETAIL PURE IIIitC
baa not been named as yet. I Installation of the newly elected As this was,the last meeting of Methodist Church Co-Ed Class I

Mrs. D. P.. Carpenter made the I J officers was impressively carried the W. M.. S/year the outstand-netted the Co-Eds around $30 Starke, Florida'I Lard 3,01COOKINC

motion that a Young Women's I:out by the pastor, the Rev. H. A. ing business taken care of was 1 Which will be used to defray expenses -I I

1 LAFFITOFFTCan Circle, to be known as Circle Spencer. the yearly reports from all 'circle j of the tennis court Im

i leaders and committee chairmen I i provements. During the supper'

I I: and the election of officers for.the loving cups and medals were OIL GAlLON

1:1: ; JkV'' ., Carolyn CalIstreet coming year. presented to the winners of the I I

? The following. officers were recent tennis tournament, and an

pjT, chosen: exhibition match was played by 3 For pStaley.

Greetings C-Streeters! ier every year But what I President..Mrs. A, M. Darby T..K. McClane and Charles Darby .Starch' __ lOc Smoked Bacon 11
How's your blood pressure? really wanna ride in Is one of' 1st Vice-President Mrs. W. B. against George Manassa and

-T ,I Always thought I craved excIte- those khaki reconnalsance cars I 'Alexander Buddy Bishop. I Quart

__ ment, but never believed the ole that cruise up and down Call St., I 2nd VIce-President, Mrs. Van The 23 couples present enjoyed Apple Jelly ,Qt. 20e Lard, Bulk, Lb 9
? home town could be like this these days Anybody know a I H. Carden. the unusual novelty, and cold i ,

I Almost. TOO. many thrills nice Major pr Colcnel _who Isn't 3rd VIce.President, Mrs. T. K. .drinks and peanuts were sold by I

1 irvI Army men all over the place doing, anything tonight? :McClane, Jr.Recording.- 'the class during the evening.I\ ,*a
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Hotels packed and turn In' 'em Course In a pinch. I could make secretary. Mrs. H. L. :Elmo Struth Co-Ed President I j Potatoes ':'i;:. 014S

: -' "- away Practically every Vacant out with a Captain Hough. :awarded( the cups and medals: i

room lit town filled Box las' Corresponding secretary, Mrs.J 'Cup to ,George Manassa, winner I'
..:.. supper Friday night;
_.._.._ And have the CourtHouse H. Lord.
you seen was a howlin' success Most i 1of the men's singles; cup to Olin | -
Cafe at night? Packed of the howling came when Dolly Circle leader;! No. 1, Mrs. L. G. J White, Jr., winner of the boys'singles Tall Canll
flitS b. Lallit Oft I II
_ ___ It 131 and jammed it Is : People sittin' Lambe appeared on the scene Powell; No. 2. "Mrs. H. L. Brown- : ; cup to. Nina Bishop, win I Mackerel ,: ....._ 2Sc Salad Dressing 2(
lee No.3,
_ I _ Two" months arom everywhere but on top of representln'-who do you think! ; H. A. Lawson' ; ner of the women's singles; medal
the tables No.4, to be
kit old "him!" Starkeltes should -Yeah. Carolyn Callstreet! .. supplied. each to T. K. Pound IF
change the from Young people's leaders, Y. McClane and
name W
Wilt Camp I had a touch of and
OH Milwuat lumbago I
_______ put a grhi-. Blending to Camp Blessing couldn't be there myself, but A. Mrs. M. F. Hazen; Interme- Charles Darby winners of the Coffee, Bulk lOc Mac. or Spag. r

.,;, I INSURANCE I On the Blandlng Budget: Ruth when Dolly'opened up my box, diate G. A., Mrs. Ralph Alvarez; men's doubles: medals each to I
,. CASH coming bit I Sternberg Ovid Lewis, S. B. Johns pulled out Junior G. A.. Miss Doris Crews; Olin White
_ a long string pf raw Jr., and Jack Haile
I Ih Jr., (workln' for Starrett & frankfurters, and presented, themto R/ A., the Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot; winners of the White Bacon lb. 9
Eken)' i. ". ... Gerald Middleton' Candy Dennis ". You 4an Sunbeams Mrs,) Jerry Moore. boys' ; I
HAROLD C. WALL Mary Lucile (Torode) Mitchellfor Imagine the hilarity .." Dolly Circle membe'n are as follows::' medals each to Dot Powell and

( Solomon & Kles) If you says she could have roasted the i, No. 1, Mrs. L. O. Powell Mrs. J.'' Nina Bishop, winners of the wom 2 Cans MAXWELL HOrSE

hear of anybody out there who weiners by Candy's face! i M. Brownlee Mrs. T, B. Harding, en's doubles. Pink .2KELL060S
Salmon Lb.
j ... 2Se Coffee ..
needi a good trash basket ,
empty- Almost accident Call St.
an on 1 body talkln' boom, boom, boom The class tenders its thanks
erer, lemma know, will ya? Sattldy night Passing auto' : and I F
; and here the Ritz comes along appreciation to. the many 2 For CORN OR No 2 CWISI
Ed Torode proud as a peacockover gave Dot Powell a little shove, and books "Boom Town" persons who assisted and cooper- 1
the new '41 Oldsmobiles but no damage done y Wonder If that's prophetic? ated with it In making the com Corn Flakes ....__ 'l3c String Beans.

,No wonder, They get swank What a coincidence! :? Every- munity box
Judy McRae such
b. __ blossomed forth supper an outstanding -
Ifr -- --- --- --- this week with success.
: ----------- ., a. football haircut

Those Irresistable curls lomatoes'
I got in his way while practlcin', Good Samaritan Club

ao he sacrificed 'em for dear ole Met At
: B. H. S.-Thass.what I call real

Alexander & school spirit, but unnerstand ladles of the Good Samaritan 20 Pounds 1'08t

Company there are several sweet young Club of Lawtey enjoyed a Pillsbury Flour 7Sc Onions JS
high school things who're well spend-the-day sewing party at the

nigh broken-hearted By the home of one of the members, Mrs. Ci
I 2 For
way Ralph Nettles will probably A. A. Annis in Lawtey
: The Largest Dealer be out of the first two games I I Throughout the day clothes for Salt __ _____. Sc Potted Meat ID

because of a bum shoulder the more needy school children -

I Jus' heard a new Who's Yehudi: were made.
uIt ,; He's the little man In the Each J 5 Pounds

_- I In Dry" Goods 'Shoes 'Ladies' and Men'sFthiiishings silex who tells the coffee when to' dish member to contribute brought to the a covered delicious -- Sugar 15
come down! Or maybe the, luncheon served at noon. With Purct1arlie ofSoz.Extractatl0C

one in the jook organ who plays I This was the first meeting of

f "Beautiful Ohio" when you I the club, which plans to meet the

In Bradford County thought you were puttin' your third Tuesday of each month. CRUSHED No. 2 Can KITCHEN: S
nlckle in "Boog It" The next meeting will be i
Everybody talkln' about rentln' home of Mrs. J. P. WyHck. at the Pineapple __ __ lOc Matches

rooms LJ1 Sternberg insistsshe's present to Those .. J.e {
enjoy the day were: >o, -
GREETING gonna put. the follow
classified Mrs. AnnIs, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Pie 1
ad In the Telegraph: Mrs. Bernice Taylor Mrs. H. B. Peaches ___ lOc applJ

Wanted to Rent-2 rooms to 2 Arwood Miss Bessie TVriuxr_ ......
hr gentlemen with dark hair and J. P. Wyrick, Mra. ---01' -
TO I Troy Bennett,
ALL blue eyei. Must be good dancers Mrs. O. J. Anders, Mrs. DavIes, Flour GUARANTEED 48
and have a rudimentary knowledge !- Mrs. Ed. Durban Mrs. Robert 20 FOUNDS

of bridge. Campbell, Mrs. Charles
1 li. Bill Graham' Is add In' several of Leesburg
OUR Mrs. A. H. Harley
feet to the rear:of Alvarez store, Mrs. M. B. Plummer, and Mrs. pomJ5
I and several Inches to his waIst- Enza Blanchard. Pound

S line Seems that it's a race OLEO lOc Chuck Steak _
___ ____
CONNECTED WITH CAMP to see who can expand the moat Junior B. Y. P. U.
BLANDING -Bill or the building Hope Party COUNTRY ROLL TENDERBUTTER row

the latter wins .- .-. I 15
Members of jPOUND
the Junior B. Lb. 30c Pork Chops
Y. -
I Flash! f Martile Hemingway P. U. _
I I enjoyed a
II I has a new ring And on her' afternoon party Tuesday i
at the home I
left hand, too Unnerstand G. of Mrs. C. i j
I Priest
". "t '. the lucky fellow is Hal After a number of Interesting "ANY CUT 20
: Alexanderof
: Make Our Store I II GVille . Coca-Cola.,games sandwiches refreshments and of I Steak
Three cheers
for the new B. H. were served.

I Your() Headquarters, While In Starke : I S.Bishop.cheer Carolyn leaders l, Dot Green Green, Freddie Nina 1 were present. About 20 members

WImberly, Sadie Prince, and Lor- U. D. 5
C. Phila. CheeseTTj
raine Moncrief :. \u If those sixcan't Tea Cream

pep us up then. we jus The W. T. Weeks
can't be pepped Don't for- D. C. Will Chapter U.

II.A1exrnder & Co. folks get the. first, Jus'game wait till next you week see, noon musical, silver give tea an ,historical Friday after and. !

I those Sept. 27, at the Woman's Scratch 2.0
new. -.purple and. gold uniforms Club building. The offering : S5n .

: Quality Merchandise At The Lowest Price i i0 iI So long ., .See you at the given of will the Educational be used for the benefit

I Senior play tonight will Fund and "-
--- --. .- .- help to send some We Quantltff'8
---- J -Carolyn. young worthy Reserve The Right To Limit
person to College. | -

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BITS of LOCAL I Mrs. J. F Ward and Mrs. Miller 1oriW OP APPMCATIOVKOR PEt Section 29 Townnhln' (II South' old to the hldheot bidder at lhcourtbolihe ..
r-- NEWS I T'X I)KICI flange 22 Kant, containing 4 Acres door on the first' Mmr-
of Eldorado, Ark., were recent (Seed(. mil %... .fJ3) more or ,lens day In the month of October IMO)..
-- "---. guests of Mrs. Ward's NOTICE IS HEUKBY OIVEN1: The anHexRment of the amid. prop I I! which, Is the 7th day of Octo...
--- brother-in-law and sister Mr. and I I II That Mantle KIMInwiiworth and J. erty under the Raid certificate Invited l 40.
spent Sulyonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'arlson Mr. and : I K. Kllllnirxworth holder, of Tax.: was In the name o ( Mm. ated this 4th., day of September
; Mrs. T. F. Landrum Mrs. Edward Burns, at Kingsley .. .
1d 1Jlddleton and son, Roy, 0 f Jacksonville! I Certificate. No. R, leaned the 2nd., Ha..h.teArlbu.! 1940.OFFICIAL
and family spent the weekend In I Lake. tiny of Alurilxt A I'. 1'37i hoefiled tinICBII Dalit' certificate shall bervdeeined ( PEAL) A. J, T ho ma/%,
were guests Sunday of Dr. ana Inverness with Mr. La.ndrum's ;I name In my office ham according In law the I Clerk of Circuit Court of UradfontCounty
t Mrs. Li. H. Jennings.Mr. --- made appllcntlon for a tax deedto property described. therein will lie Florida 11-$ 4t t-,. t
.- 1. ,r sweeney s pen parents Mr. and :Mrs! J. A. Mrs. K G. Duncan and son, '' be txNuml thrrvon. Siltd; certificate ,
> embrace the following dewrtbed
Landrum. ----- -
Hampton. Kaspar, spent the first few dayso of
property In the County
e dRY -- arid Mrs. B. Jacobs spent I f the week In Jacksonville j I IJrR.1turd'Itat.. of Florida, to-wlf: ITiom 430 !

Arthur Williams Sunday In Gainesville with their Mrs. Mae Edwards, Miss Elaine !' Friends of Kaspar will be glad'!; 84' of SWV4. of 11I\\"<4 fa. 1" A O. C. K.
lira. In NW Cor. 8. ,. 1 Twp. 1 8. U. 20 I
and son-in-law and
in Jacksonville daughter. Mr. and Edwards and Elbert Edwards, I to learn that he Is recuperating I i iI K., 19 Acres more or I..*... ('--------------r
TUesJay Mrs. Jack Williams. and Mrs Lois Mayes and James 'after having his tonsils! removed ]: The aimeNKment of the said property
was Mayes will under the nald certificate I.sued !I"- Telephone 140,
Jr" ar spend Sunday in Day- Tuesday morning. was In the name of W. W.
4' Anderson Friday Miss Edna Hutto and Mr and tona Bench.L. I Hulnden. l Tuesdays .t ; ,
Jacksonville __ _
(0 "' ----00
Mrs. I. B. Blvlngs and daughter I Mrs. Carrie Ritch and son, TomIRitch redeemed Unless unlit nvcordliiK' certificate to law Khali, the lie

Iva, were guests Sunday of Mr. M. Gaines and Arch Thomas, ( pent Monday In JackHonvllle properly described. therein: will be
Mundy and Mrs. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Jr.. left Wednesday for Emory /at and while there visited T.I I old to the highest. bidder l at thecourthoime ;.
on I the first Mon. FOR .
rjrnerP t Tuesday in Oxford, Ga. They were accompanied J. Griffin who Is In St. Vincent's day In the month of October, 1940,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Coulter of by Arch's father, Arch Hospital They report that Mr. which In the 7th day of October, ";

onvlll& --. Tallahassee will spend the week- Thomas, Sr.Friends (Griffin is steadily improving and 1940.Dal. this 7th day of September CHOOSE .
of Orlando.was the end here as guests of Mr. and I I expects to leave the hospital 1940.fnFF1'iAr.. .
Stroud .1
W'edaesdey of Mr. and Mra. I Mrs. E. L. Matthews. of S. R. Johns, Jr.. Boon {I I I Clerk of Circuit. SFA7.1 Court 1\,of T Bradford.-hew... ..

will be Interested to learn that County Florida. tt-13 4t 1U4V '
Carpenter --- t ':
Miss Isabel Fernandez went to he has accepted a position in the I Mrs: and Mrs T. T. Long and I(I 1 .j/.
L9 Rosa Bals.len. of Jackson- Tallahassee last week to begin business contractor's office at son Tom. and Mrs. D. P. Car- '
IV .,
week ofad 4-IHCI IT < <" 'r IN ANIKOH
Is the guest this her duties as teacher in the Florida Camp Blandlng. penter will upend the weekend ,I ItllAIIKOIIII COf '\ITt '..

I iiirs. R. C. Buford. State College for Women. Ii In Itaconton, Ga., with their I II 'I l'IRI'll'I'Fl.Olllltt.( INI lOll.lllll('114\'lSltY.' :.PI'1)1(1IL \..%...

Dr. W. E. Middleton E. L.. mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Delia JnhnHon '
Smith ia visitt Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. Williams S. E. Sparks, E. J. I While theft they will attend the'!I, .riaintiff kL _
and Mrs. J. veEmulelt ..---
parenrs. Mr. E. L.. Matthews spent last Thurs- Lewis, and W. F. Moore spent I' wedding of their cousin Miss Jnhniton. '? (
fney, in Shubuta. Miss day In Jacksonville as guests of Monday in Tallahassee transact- Ethelena Jackson, to Mr. Thomas I II I I Defendant, .=::-:;
ing school business Brown. i IV TIIR. NAMK OP TUB' STAT; -
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton. =
Rows spent Tuesday 0..OIUUA., UHKF.TINU:: ;:: I
Ruth -
In Olustee with I ''TO: Km me It .tohnkon, whose reel.deuce -
Wednesday Howell.m Miss Lois Adkins left Sunday E. C. Tappen of Lake Placid Among those attending funeral and addren are unknown.I tr
and Mrs J. r for Jacksonville where she will wns In Starke Saturday looking :services for Clara Louise Peek I are hereby notified and required _
I to appear' to the bill ofcomplulnt '
after property interests. He Sunday afternoon were: Mr. and ,, filed herein. RKalnKt. ;
Wednesday resumed'I her duties as a memberof ownsa you
Ritch I left Durlpn'and of on or before Monday I the 7th ril .,.
resilience Mrs. H, A family day f'
on Temple Avenue : .11 Y
the Riverside Grammar School.
AtlAnta, Ga., where he lot October, A. I>. 1940. : : .
| lop IJeLand. Bill Wilson, Misses De-
Just north of the
jail. .
further ordered that thl
(enter( *,! Emory University. I marls and Willie {'earlVlIson, notice and order t>,, ''iMibllnht In + "
Mrs. Rosa Duncan of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. R J. Johnson of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1-1. Ritch, and the Ilrndford i'o<.mty TeleKriiph, a Uutj1D F'r Iiit'K t,,
L been ville the newspaper published In .aid. .
Anderson has spent first of the week County JZt w ?
Sam Knoxville. Tenn., who have been I I Miss Peggy James all of Jacksonville of llrndforil.. once' each week" for I tr4y eayiS }"
I Ga., because of here with her son and I d;%
10 Rome. daughter- vacationing the West ; A. Otwell of West Palm four consecutive weekii.W1TNKSS. f i 4
on Coast
of her father. in-law Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun- ]'
Illness my hand and official
lorloua Beach, T. E. Duncan, Mr. andMrs. !
can. I were guests Sunday of Mrs. W. I weal tLpn 4th day vt Hcptember,
N Johnson and family. ;I Carlyle Rltch Mr. and Mrs. A. n. 11140.
[,v ,i Travelers Insurance ':'J. Hamilton Ritch all of Gainesville (0.1'.11.'IN.H.. .) A. J. Thomas, '
When traveling for 2.5c.I3Churley Friends here of Miss Gloria I, Clerk Circuit'' Conit P : f
1' Emmett Perryman and Lucian Joe Hill Williams and Mrs. i John J. Ilenilernon H
E.: Johns Agency. Johns will be Interested to know I Nulicitor eet. \
and Mr. for I'lulniiff/
.. Conner left the first of the week Johnson of Lake Butler 0-6 4t .0-21
-- that she has entered National
for Emory at Oxford Ga. ''and Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter of .i +
59 Alma Miirrhe of Gaineu- Park School, near Washington, They I :NO'"I'M'10 OP .\.'PI.If' \1'10" VOW i
of'her father, D. were accompanied by Emmett'a Madison. I I .. "rIIKKK tt\ .
the guest 1
[was .
father Judge, E. K. Perryman. enate 11111e.: 1B.1)
Murrhee, over the week- C.Mr. I OIIIIKII. OF ptwiicvriovi NOTICE) IS IIKKKHY.: : UIVKN.: '
< mi i rr C.OIIt... .:I( IITII That It. If. and Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand :
Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daughters .11'OKI II. flnrlir. IUI4IIKOIIIICltl Certificate No. 474, Imiued. the 6th .
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid have returned '\"I'V.' HTVI'H 41. ." .Ultlll\. day of September A. It. 1938.: h"M
Miss Gayle Sewell. and Vir- IV ('Il.4EIty' filed name In
my and hue
Shepherd went to after spending the sum- I
rt I. ginia Sewell, and Bobble Cottrell Madlxon S. Pearson, I made &l>l>Mcntlon for a tax deed to ,\\1 l
Jita. Ga... on Wednesday where mer at their cottage on Kingsley I Complaint I lb. IflHued thereon I .
spent the week-end In Leesburgwith Said.
-VaKathryn- certificate embrace the fol.
week with rel-
ivill spend a Lake Bobble's parents, Mr. and A. (". Pearson I lowing dexr-rlbed ... In the
Defendant | County of Bradford, State of FlorIda -
Miss Lora Miller Frazee returned Mrs. J. D. Cottrell It appearing by affidavit appended -I I nom to-wlt: I A. M. DARBY'S :t
to the bill filed In the I115' "or of RRW l of HEU
9. Ma Edwards, Miss 'Elaine Monday to her home In above-Muted cause that Kathryn Per ?? "'t W 375 ft- thence N I /
lards and Mrs. Lois Mayes and Thomaston, Ga. after visiting Mrs. R. A. Green and children A. f*. Penmen, the, defendant therein '' to Pt "* begthence N r(
? non-renldent of the 478 LOCAL AGENTS John ML .*,)
spent Tuesday in Gainesville with named a ft W 380 fl, H u* ftw. UP CIIAS. A.
is Mayes spent Sunday In St her grandmother, Mm.! J. I.. Mrs. Green's State of Florida, and a re..ldent of ft to pt of be*._4 A In SKVJ of I t( r
1 Frazee. parents, Mr. and 201-O't Flttleth"v..nlle, Itaynlde,
Mrs.. Y. A. Harris. Friends of New York over the age of twentyone -
It In therefore ord..r"dthat
Mrs. Green will to learn .
regret fBld non-reMldent defendant
that her father is Ill. lie and In hereby required to MI-

in pear, Hald to cause the bill'on of or complaint before Monday riled, Tip & Market :

Only One 1940 Deluxe Sedannd and Mr.small and daughter Mrs. Milton Catherine Brownlee, of I I of the>. Hald 1940 Fourth, bill ntherwlKR wlll.h day 'of the taken November allegation an ,von A. Top Grocery I'

Gainesville spent the week-end .fopHed by KHld defendant. .
One Pickup Truck Left. These Must Be Sold At with Mr. Brownlee's parents Mr. It 'In he further published ordered once that a week thisorder '

Reduced Price To Make Way For The New 1911 and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and for Four conHecullve week In the STARKE FLORIDA

Willys Cars And Trucks grandmother, Mrs! S. E.. Brown-I Bradford newspaper publlohed County. In Telegraph nuld County, a ,

Iso We Offer The Following Used Cars: lee i I r and( tstnte.Thli::. "Nrptrmhart. SEAL) !'llth.A,, J.1 Thomas 0.CKKKMAIj I TOKAY GRAPES, Lb. The! FRESH CABBAGE, 3Lbs. lOc,

Harold Bishop left Tuesday for Clerk. Circuit Court.

|!39-Jlodel: "A" FORD Coupe __.a..._. $33.00:,Cash Emory at Oxford,. Ga., to resume I (1. A. Ktephen Hy J.;.')Iteulty t. Kelley Jiulldlnir, D P.

1037-DODGE 4-Door DeI..uxe'Sedan $125.00 Down his studies. He was accompanied Jacksonville .t'lurtda, Holli-llor. :.S r POTATOES nd..15c I. i iMORRELLS
Complulnfant. 0-20 4t 10-11
938-FORD V-8 Tudor Sedan :..____ ... $135.00 Down as far as Jacksonville by his for ..:
mother Mrs. H. A. Bishop Nina I
Bishop and Mr. and, Mrs. W. C. I <'illl'11'I' <'01 ...... K.MillTII: CAnTON MORRELLS SMOKE I ;
..1"1)14"'UUT"'"', 1111 1/FOIt I.

iichard & Hamiter Willys Dealers I Powell.Protect your loved ones while I ('01 'vrv.A.IM. s'P4'(5F 1'114V1hR1'Virginia .' .'...0.I ."".\. PURE LARD, 2 Lbs. 17e BACON, Lb. __ ._ 15e. ;

Complalntant YELLOW. SWEET
traveling. 25c gives' you $3,000 .
-" -
210 South Walnut St.-Starke, Fla. protection for 21 houro. Alito John C.efemlant Lee, I ONIONS, 3 Lbs. lOc POTATOES, 5 Lbs. 15c

pays weekly br>m'fits> when hurt. It appearing, by affidavit' appended
'barJ..y E. John. Agency In the bill filed In the
above-ntated ,'ltU"" that John C. Lee, FANCY BANANAS Pounds lSc'FANCY
the defendant therein named a - -
Mrs. T. F. Grady who Is the non-resld..nt of the !State of FlorIda ,
NAT SEZ and a rexldent of Ward..s'lillie -
: guest of her mother, Mrs. P. H. Went over. the age
Fall Is just around the ('ornerfo.k Manassa. spent a few days hist of twenty-on yeurH; .; It It there JUICY LEMONS Dozen 17c
foreortdered that eaid-"onI'I''I".ntd".ndent i -. -
and some times old man week In Atlanta, Ga., with Mr. be and I I. hereby required/ .
Winter In before Fall IsM Grady. She was accompanied by to appear to the bll of complaint
..... ..
filed In nald cause on or "
gone. Whenever that happens Mrs. A. C. Manassa, George Man- Monday, the Fourth day of November COOKING OIL I GaBon 69c
11940, otherwlite the - - :
most of ux are caught napping. asoa, and Mrs. J. P. Burns and alienation"" A. of nald bill will betaken ,
You wake up Home mornIng and daughters Joan and Jean. Mrs. an confHM by Haiti defendant. -

I you don't have enough: cover, then Burns and daughters remained at Golden I.'
further ordered that title
you step out on the street and their home rn Atlanta.CentaWord. order It In be published once a wee I. SUGAR ARONIP5
your clothed are too thin. Oft, for four conxeuutlv week In the
Bradford County Telegraph a
your mind right, early, cause taintno newspaper publlnhvd In Maid County:
use freezin'And and 8tate.IhlM .
umber Itth., lt41. I
another thing:, you'll find It (OFFICIAl Nrp SEAL) A. J. Thomai. Wisconsin .
mighty convenient to Whop at Clerk of CircuitCourt.. Sibs. zzc t9
Hy J. It. Kelley, l>. ''C.
home. STRAYED-one black cow with O. A. Stephens, llealty Hulldlnc, CHEESE
white .spots. Marked: Jack.onvlll", Florida Solicitor
crop I for Complalnlant. U-20 4t 10.11

Now Stockings. HoleproofFine slope under Branded bit under LG one looks bit ear,like I In and other.LC.under Re- tl ELECTRIC.a CORAL SEA PINEAPPLE Slice No. 21-2 Can 19c

ward. Green's Store, Starks.

'" are made more beautiful by 3t to 9-20 WATER PUMPS COUNTRY KIST CORN OR PEAS, 3 For - 25c

FOR SALE Arkansas Missionary F

p ( Strawberry Plants. 200,000, BATH ROOMS PHILLIPS> FRESH ARGO Each

good Hawthorne stock., Fla.G. L. Whltecomb 4t to 10-4, LIMA BEANS, 3 Cans 25e I PEACHES, No. 2 1-2 Can 15e

F. II. A. Plan No
w ', Amazing Holeproof Process FOR SALE-one large two-story (

Enhances Sheerness, accents house, conveniently located uptown Down Payment. COl.nJN TAP GRAPEFRIJIT .lIflCE. Can - 5c

of Colors Makes Hose Clearer all modern conveniences, .

a' suitable for roomers. Price Three Years To Pay- FULL PACKED SOLID
reasonable. If Interested. write

box X, care Bradford County
Telegraph, Starke. 9-13 tf For Information Mail Sc
Post Card To No. 2 Can
FOR SALK Ten-acre farm 1 1.2

miles from Starke, ha dwelling I I E. E. THEIS I
and barn, also I acre

strawberries Priced to _II. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,

The exquisite quality! you've .-H. L. Brownlee FLORIDARUMFORD PILLSBURY FLOUR '25c
43c 79c
J2i always associated with I WANTED-Handy man to work :

+ s Holeproof Fine Hoalery around garage and service station. -...---......-.--.-.....-.-.-......-

tt 1 r. now even lovelier, becauseof Stern's Garage, RIDDLES ARM 0 D R S MIL '
beauty Lock, the exclu- Starke.It TaU Can - 6c

i elve Holeproof process _
which seals tiny silk filaments ROOMS FOR RENT- Blxcayne >', Why doe Mn Thomas

w' A Into sleek strands.So Tourist Camp, 2 miles North of u.. a telescope/ t SUPER SUDS & PALMOLIVE DEAL - lOc.ERNST ;
;,, now,we offer you flattery Starke on Road 13. 9-20-2tp .

ry in more subtle artful shades than keyed ever WST-=--Brown Imitation leather CORN FLAKES.J Package -
pocket memorandum boo k. Lt.f 5e-
a"R to new costume colors! "Yancey Tractor Co." printedon I -

front. REWARD. Returnto

Bradford County Telegraph, \ GEM OLEO, Lb. _ lIe NUCOR, Lb. _ __ 1ge
79c&I.OOITERNBERGT Starke. Itp '


( Gainesville, box No.3.): I './ *-* BACON, Lb. _ __ 19c
One six room steam heated Vli ..> nm AND

house available at once. One I TM1"J Gall \.

five room?.team heated house I BRISKET STEW :Lb. _. 12Yze CO-SYRUP _______ ____ 45c''I
available October lat. Adults\ .....1.. cut Met. IU.POIO.hies r.wdrWnWIni t
only no dogs, references re M.!.. oe.M lMV..e .bittOT.i ..<.. 'I SILVER KING nOl." TOP ,
quired. Apply to Mr. Gray at >.>4 f.. rill <*t\9\ kMk. A4eM leefwdI.kte FLOUR 10 Lbs.
her Kingsley Lake cottage or e.edw. ... I. I..fwd. ._. kl..d.. I -_ 30e COFFEE, Lb. _'_ _ 15cDIISER

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sonvllle and will now make her VANDERBILT LA"TEY BOOTSEY'S BEACH CARL 0. 'l11.\
r r' RISINGBy BROOKER I, riummer By Miss Kfflo Crawford The 1iS
will Bill
home In Starke where she ny Miss Velma Norman By members Jt
kK"i' l\lrll. II. II. Lew to By Mrs. L. L. Parker the 'late the falllJl
A large crowd from this section Clara J
and accord Ian pupils Louise
work.Mr.. and Mrs. T. W. Mai'key Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Denmarkand The piano I, attended church at Union tend their,, Pet>_
Miss Irene Lewis spent. the Sewing" Club Meets I of Mrs. Will Edwards will give a l1eo'tl", "
$' week-end with Mr. and Mrs. The Sewing Club met at the were in Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. I visiting son Donnie Mr. ,and of Mrs. Russell recital In the Lawtey School 1 Sunday. ... their many frlenas who* *. ,'
Loran Conner- home of Miss Lubedla Plnholster' and Mrs. Q. s'trayhorneand I Norman of this section. (Auditorium tonight at 8 o'clock. : Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johns and wonderfully kiwi, aio we
t Miss Haven Crosby spent Tuesday last Tuesday. After an hour children of Wildwood were I of Friends of the pupils and any' family of Plant City spent the of them In ''l1ell thoUgh
t ) night with Miss Hazel Crosby spent In sewing, Mrs. Florence week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish ''other music lovers are Invited. I week-end here with his parents, recenr btttiment. \
"y ? of Brooker.Mr. Varnadoe was presented with a Mann Hazen. I Vanderbilt and were son-in-law visiting Mr. and I Lamar Smith has been employedin i Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns.

and Mrs nM> Crosby birthday present The next meeting Malcolm Lewis of Gainesvillewas Mrs.daughter Lloyd Edwards of Starke a Charleston, S. C., shipyard. I Mrs A. C. Wolf and Mrs. Josephine TO CHECK
will be at the home of Mrs.
were visiting) Mrs. MaWe Sullivan visiting/ his parents Mr. and I W. J. Morrell moved to Jack- Pickett o f Jacksonville ARC
of Theressa recently. George Hazen. Refreshments of' Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Saturday.Mr. I Sunday. sonville this week where he will were visiting Mrs. R. N Crawford \
tuna finh and pineapple san Mr. and Mr8' H. P. Fouts end and Mrs. Larson Mintz and be employed by the Indiana Flour Thursday afternoon. '07",
i wiches and Iced tea were servedby and Esta Manning of Jacksonville I
daughter Audry of Lakeland the hostesses, Miss Lubedla daughter, Bobbie, of Jacksonville 'spent the week-end here with Mr. Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rhoden, Mr.
i'' ,. y visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Pinholster, Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mrs. spent the week-end with I Mrs. 1 1md Mrs. J. H. Manning: and fame I Mr. and Mrs J. H. Moore are and Mrs. David Yarbrough and V" take 6
4 recently. L. A. Drown and Mrs. L. spent the week-end with Mr. and lly. visiting their daughter, Mrs. C. son and daughter and grandchildren .
Mr Lucian Conner left Tues L. Parker. Mrs. L. R. Gainey. I Y. Mayo! In Tampa this week. all of Macclenny and Mr. tiou D 01 TAI$
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Normanand
day to enter Emory College friends of HrUlffo Club JMcft-t Resale Colson made a business family of this section were I The Lawtey, Jr. High School and Mrs. David Fish of Taylor

1 Oxford, Ga. His many The Weekly Bridge Club metat trip to Jacksonville last week. visiting In the State Prison Farm won its first soft ball game of attended church at Union .Saturday -
wish him great succe88- !
the home of M I' 8. Harmon Bob Long of Starke spent the the current season last Friday. and were dinner guests of
Miss Rosle Lee Thomas of La- I Sunday. "
Morgan Thursday of last week. week-end at home with his par I Hampton was the victim by a Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.
Crosse visited Miss Haven Crosby I Mr. and Mrs Russell Norman ,
Mrs. Ralph Hazen led the group ents Mr. and Mrs. Jean Long. score of 16 to 10. Mrs. Martha Anderson returned -
&r & i Sunday. Thomas with, the highest score, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof of this section were visiting in Raymond Plummer who Is con to her home here Satur-
$ Mr, Rnd Mrs. Bishop Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.
Harrell made low. Refreshments Mrs. I day after spending several weeks
business visitors to Lake Guy Jacksonville were visiting nected with the Naval Base at
,{, were Butler Tuesday. were served by the hostess.! Crews' parents Mr. and Mrs. O. | Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard Opa Locka Is visiting his par visiting relatives in Tampa.,

Many from this section attended Mr. and Mrs. C. Mott, Mrs. W. Barry, Sunday and children of Fairbanks were ents here this week. Fred Johns of Jacksonville is

church at Union Sunday. Newell, Mrs. Carmichael and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs J. Ww Kelly of.visiting Mr and Mrs. J.Vanderbilt H. Man- Mrs. A. S. Tally has returnedto spending several days here with 8NO
Miss Susie Goodman and children Mott of Hellbronn Springs were Starke were the week-end guests ning and family of her home here after spendingtwo Jack Johns. I

and Mrs. Evey Johnson of visiting Mrs. Kills demons last of Mrs. Nora Sapp. Saturday. months with friends in Rudolph Chism, Otis Geiger and
1r's.'s.. Gainesville visited Mrs. J. W. week. Mra. Clemons has been Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin spent I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and Macon Ga. Miss Retha Geiger all of'Starke
confined to her bed for the past Sunday at Hellbronn Springs with family and Collie Manning of this
Driggers Sunday. were visitors to this section Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Goodman few months, but at this! writingshe relatives. section, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Man I Ed business Durban visitors and Bill in Plummerwere Gainesville day afternoon.Mrs. WONDEn liE SMILE!
seems to be Improving.Roy Mrs. O. W. Barry is spendingthe and of Starke, and
f spent the week-end with her par- nings family afternoon. L. J. Starling of Glen St. lIe Eats
t W .nta Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mann of Thomas of Jacksonville week with her daughter, Mrs. Lucian Conner "of Rising went to I Dan Tuesday of Richmond, Va., Mary spent Saturday night herewith Regularly
3', Glen St. Mary. : spent a few days with his mother, Crews and other relatives in Silver Springs on a picnic trip is Harley his :Mayor and Mrs. R. N. Crawford At The
I visiting parents
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and Mrs. Alice Thomas, last week. Jacksonville.Mr. Sunday. On the way home they
; + children of LaCrosse visited Mr. I Mr. and Mrs, Lee Green of I and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal have 'visited Juniper Silver Glen, and Mrs. A. H. Harley this mOl'\th.\ ,spent A. J.the Crawford week-end of here Fargo with, Ga.his, Orange Blossom

and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Satur- Tallahassee were visiting relatives finished their new home and planto Salt Springs.
and R. N.
parents, Mr. Mrs.
day. here over the weekend l. move In this week. | The Rev. H. M. Tillman of HIGHLANDBy Cafe
j Mrs. 13. J. Lewis Is visiting Mrs. T. B. Edwards is spendinga Mrs V. V. Hazen and Mrs. Jacksonville filled his regular ap- Alias Beth Wimberly Crawford. <.--.---.-----

'" her daughter, Mrs. N. C. Mott of few weeks with her daughter In'' Mann Hazen ,were shopping in pointment at Water Oak Church C. Reid of
Mr. and Mrs. D.
Brooker.Mr. Palmetto. 'I Gainesville Monday. |this week-end. Maxville visited friends here Wed- BOREE FUNERAL HOME
4 and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas O. C. Kelly made a business E. J. Lewis made a business I Levy Norman and Russell Norman Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 1st'
of LaCrosse spent the week-end trip to Gainesville Monday.Mr. trip to Tallahassee recently. of Vanderbilt made a business nesday.
with her parents Mr, and Mrs.E. and Mrs. Johnnie Mott Mr and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsof I trip to Jacksonville Thurs j I Mrs. N. T, Green and Miss \Ve nine added a lute model AMBULANCE: to our equipment' 1

C. Lewis. spent Saturday afternoon i n New River attended church day. I Phoebe Green of Starke spent with special springs for easy riding."A .

The many friends of Miss Doris Starke. services here Sunday. ,: Mrs. Raiford Reddish of Rai- j Thursday here with relatives. IIO.ME-LJKK INSTITUTION" G. II. Itmnctt, M
Strickland are glad to see her Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bryan of I ford 'was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Crews and son, Glen, of llInagrr
back after an extended visit with Gainesville attended church services GRAHAMBy [Rodman Reddish of this section Tampa spent the week-end withF.

relatives In Miami. here Sunday night. Mrs. L. C. Smith Sunday. M. Crews and family. INSURE WITH
Mr. and Miss Tommie Lewis of Miss Iva Mae Lewis spent last I Mr. J. M. Rosier of Woodlawnwas Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, Miss
Jacksonville spent the week-end week at home with her parents. Mrs. Willie Mae Higgs and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levy Freddie Wimberly a-nd Misses N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. She has finished her course at daughters, Marvin and Marian, Norman and family Friday night. Patsy and Carolyn Keene of
Jeff Lewis. I I Massle Business College ,In Jack- and son, Merrill, Mrs. Pauline Mr. Lonzie Norman of Vander Starke were visiting friends and FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS

--- Higgs' and children and Melvin bUt is putting a new roof on his relatives here Sunday.Marvin' l Phone 74 STARKE, FLORIDA
Wood of Axson Ga., were visitingthe house. Green of Middleburg Is
FUNERAL DIRECTOR formers mother Mrs. Lizzie spending a while here with his

My: Many: Tear Experience Make It PoMlble'Tor Me to Render Murrhee, over the week-end. BOA DRAIN father, L. R. Green.
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Mr and Mrs. J. H. Surrencywere Mr. and Mrs. Fanning and
By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffis
MODERATE PRICES visiting their son-in-law and Johnny and Genevieve Converse HOTEL LEAMINGTONN.

DeWITT C. JONES daughter. Mr. and Mrs.,, A. Pad. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green and were visitors to Starke Saturday.

Sterke, Florida gett of Hague, recently.Mr. family, Mrs. Maggie Green, Mrs. IGriffle I Gladys Griffis, Miss Edith E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
and Mrs. J. A. J. McKInneyand Z. Z. Griffis and Miss Opal Mor- and Mrs. Mickey Adkins
children spent Sunday with rell were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville visited friends Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay

I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton of JImmie Starling 0 f Pine Level here Sunday. Opposite Union Bus Station
the Waldo section. Sunday. Miss Sue Brinson spent the

I Mrs. J. B. Crews and Mrs. Katherine Christine and DelorLs week-end with her parents Mr.
IY ,," Pierce and daughter of Lake Gainey spent Sunday with their and Mrs E. M. Brinson. She is MIAMI FLORIDAOne

\'rlllll Butler' were visiting; relatives grandmother, 'Mrs. E. E. Lee of staying with her grandmother, Block From Shopping District And Amusements|
recently. They were accompaniedhome Bethel. Mrs. Portress at McClenny to at-

by Mrs. Dollie Bernard. Carswell Harvile has returnedto tend school there. SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER:\
If Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves and his home in Lake City after Mrs. H. C. Wimberley Is stayIng -
little daughter Shirley, of Day- spending some time with his sis this week with her daughter, Single Room with Bath-4I.0; Double Room with nath-$ ,OIMIAMI'S |
Do Your Trading tona Beach were visiting relatives ter, Mra. Ralph Galney. Mrs. N. T. Green, at Starke.
Sunday. They were accom- Albert Griffis and Zenas Grlf L. C. demons of Raiford was MOST POPULAR HOTELmu

I where .6 pieces Rogers Silverware are I panied home by the formers fis were business visitors in a visitor here this week.
given away with every" $40 in tradeSMITH'S mother, Mrs. J. A. Graves. Gainesville Thursday of last week. I --- ----- ---
I Mr. and, Mrs J. B. Davis and Mrs. Ethel Markel of Palatka
certificates.Are .
Redeemed granddaughter of Lawtey were I was visiting her sister-in-law, iI I iI i
visiting Mrs. L. C. Smith Sunday. Mrs Edna Jones, Sunday.
In Cwh .If GARAGE (I, I
You Choose Mrs. Ellen Padgett of Nichols I Harold Grlffis of Jacksonville
\ STARKE, FLORIDA I was recently visiting her sister, I was visiting relatives; In this section ..
Mrs. R. M. Johnson. over the week-end.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starlingwere ,
visiting in Lawtey last
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Rev. F. M.' Garrett has returned a
;p First Showing Saturday home after conducting a c r

week's Herman revival Garnett in White was Springs.a business ad "

'4'NEW 1941.CHEVROLET visitor at the home of Zenaa p Yr

-111-- Griffis Tuesday.Mrs. 'tJaI

fl Rosa Sumner of Saxtonwas

::' Sunday.GUM visiting Mrs.BRANCH W. M. Muse I I C> coea

r. By Miss Elizabeth Ilariuge I

Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Crosby of
I ,
Rising and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. > , Norman Jr., and children of Vanderbilt -
f( were visiting Mr. and Mrs.T. .
E N. Norman Sunday afternoon.
v_ J % Mr. and Mrs. Ackers Chapmanand .

son of Jacksonville were
visiting relatives here over the
weekend.Mr. .

ir r: and Mrs. B. M. McRae and )
children and Mrs. H. M. McRaeof

Pine Level were visiting Mr.

IIIp Eye It-- Try ft-And You'll Say ItsFIRST night.and Mrs. T. N. Norman Thursday .

Mrs. F. S. Sapp was visiting t t;

BECAUSE i 1 IT'S FINEST Monday Mrs. Oscar afternoon Carter of of last Woodlawn w'.'k. :

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor>:uin,
Sr., of Vanderbilt were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.
THRilliNG NEW NEW LONGER Mra. n. M. McRae and childrenof r. e
It's a SIZE sensation. a STYLE nsatlon ..
BIGNISS' WHEELBASE Pine Level were visiting at ."'
a DRIVE and .RIDE sensation & Bigger In all the home of J. A. Harnage Sat- '

DIMENSIONS major dimensions both Inside and out LONGER, LARGER I Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp and

with 3'longer wheelbase and 3-coup/* WIDER FISHER I I daughters Ella Mae, Marie and
DASHING NEW BODIES Selma were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
"ARISTOSTYLE" roominess sedan models&With dashingnew"Arlstostyle"design I P. D. Reddish at Hellbronn Sun-
v WITH NO DRAFT day and were accompanied home
DESIGN and longer,larger, vErmlAnoHMnTIeCONClAIlDSArln : by Miss Margaret Sapp who had 25cr

more I luxurious I Fisher Bodies that set h new pent the day with them.
STfPS AT IACM DOOR 90-H.P. VALVE-IN. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and

style for the new year & With a mighty HEAD "VICTORY" .'children of Pine Level were at-

DE LUXE KNEE. ENGINE tending church at Union Sundayand
Valve-ln-Head"Vktary"Englnethat that were visiting relatives here
ACTION ON AU Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
lifts performance and lowers costs* It's the
MODELS SAFI-T-SPECIAL Alton Dobbs and daughter

WITH BALANCED SPItiNGnew low-price leader by the builder of leaders HYDRAULIC BRAKES and Mrs. Inea Kelly were 4 People recognize and welcome
ING' MONT AND MAR I visiting Mrs. T. N. Norman
AND IMPROVfD SHOCK- CHEVROLET holder of first place In .r.ndlnt Hut mmrny' .m M.r..'V.nlndconvwtfetK Thursday afternoon. 1 the charm in the taste of ice-cold
moo STEERING Mr and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were
motor car sales for 9 out of the last 10 yearslCDMOIET'StKclEADER l-- in
visiting Jacksonville Wednesday deli

__ 'I. ORIGINAL VACUUM. afternoon ,on business. ; j I Coca-Cola. .Pure, wholesome,

POWER SHIFT nT'Vc; 'll 'IT. Those attending church at the / the
; S. oT 1t/l EYlrRf tTORODE home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom ,W I cious,-Coca-Cola is made with
BUILT AS ONLY CH1V- Buy **. Moore Saturday night were: Mr.

ROUT BUILDS ITS and Mrs F. S. Sapp and familyand skill that from lifetime of
Mr. J. A. Harnage. comes a
Quite a crowd attended the
CHEVROLET CO. union Sunday.meeting at Union Church practice. It has goodness of'P'BOTTLED

William Alvarez of Starke was !
In this section UNDER At.ITHOarry OP TUB cdcA.coLA CO BY
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.. :eO. 10-10 .

LeadsThe. Way


To A Greater Starke '\< "., .
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Just As Great Oaks From Little Acorns Grow,. So Grow Big Businesses .
From Little Businesses. In The Era Of Prosperity Which We Ij !j .
:" "
; J. Believe Confronts Starke It Is Desirable That Long-Established I I I I, J
k :: Local Businesses Should Take The Lead In Bringing To A Reality : '
The Busy, Modern, Beautiful Town That We Have All Dreamed 1 ,"". I
.;; j;' About At One Time Or Another. Therefore, It Is With A Great I!, I1 "''t { ;;! ..
':; r'} Feeling Of Pride And Satisfaction That We See Our Starke r rI IJ'''I til rl, I I '

I :, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Complete Its Expansion Program, j i liv' ''fl i'' !h'I' I ,?,r' f
". .:j r., Tripling Its Production Capacity And Placing Itself Completely d. I \
,i In Tune With The Newer, Greater Starke. We Take Great Pleasure -
!Y :" in Extending Best Wishes To The Company And Its Progressive { '

t Owner, DeWitt C. Jones. .,

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FORWARD MARCH! Best Wishes' Congratulations !!9
We're Glad
to to
To See One Of Our IndustriesCocaCola ,
Coca-Cola I Leading Coca-Cola I :for;

Obeying_ The CommandCARPENTER'S: from :.,, ';
from Ii ,
A M DARBY The John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

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-Here's To Coca-Cola I I
I Sets The Pace .
Coca-Cola Good Luck Coca-Cola I
Let's All Try l''
What Would We Do' ;
from To Keep In Step :
Without It ?

H. C. WALL AGENCYINSURANCE Clar-Jean Shoppe Harry H. Houston Service Station '

Phone 97 Phone 83
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A Fine Example CongratulationsDeWitt .*>'" .

That Is What ...., -" :. ....'... ..4.- .'.'*...,""". Is In Tune ,..-_-,... t'
CocaColaIs I I C. Jones : With The Times i
r. .
." I 1' .Jf'l: Hare' WishingContinued "
Setting: For Starke Smith & F OS t": Success ",r., '

Let's Follow ;e'J.<&' & J Benn 's Grocery & Market "
Western Auto Associate Store --- Heating -- Phone

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Nothing'Succeeds CongratulationsCOCACOLA I t Congratulationsto
Success to

That's The Story Of BOTTLING COMPANY Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Company

CocaColaCongratulations Florida Bank At Starke E. A Winkler l
Electrical 1 Contractor & Radio Service I
from Member'Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .-Where A Better Wiring Job Is Done-
Furniture Company Member Florida National Group P. O. Box 261 Starke, Florida
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MORE POWER You Have Shown A Firm Belief In The Best(Wishes

TO YOU Future Of Starke. A Continued SuccessCocaCola

Bottling Company May Success Ever Be Yours Coca-Cola Bottling Company'

1 For Paving The Way Coca-Cola Bottling Company from
Torode Chevrolet and Oldsmobile' Co. Bradford Hardware Co. JOB NOECOURT HOUSE CAFE : tl

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The 'bot considered as a reason for I ll.d .,
'tit 'all proposals re-
the barber, the druggist, the clothier, and [ Clay known will ft*he Project received F1orlda by the-10t4D Owner .- 'I attest/on to reject/ any of Bidders, I..otlI.foP.specially. I'r Jutting 17. The a Proposal.terms ",Actnnnt t'rator., : !dP!inedloetln Nrat ""II I I. r" I
The Bradford Telegraph o'clock A. M, ''lilt"d to the de-tr-blHty Electra, ..;:1.'I n't
County theatre on or before 10 balance l betweentprICes. for laborand | "ICnglheer: "Supervisor, "Con t,
owner. tdeptenrberHeights er ," Inc 0 ,. "opeRllrIty
4Bry. I Ka.tern Standard Time material and between the total tractor Proposal "Project1 and t,
_.-- -- --,-- -- Of course, the town alluded to as the. ., at its .office, whichystimeand prices tur the respective Assembly I II | "Completion Construction an used throughout .7. Ii aIIII.o' ,.. {1
J Mtabll'hed; 1877 Florida at 1 Unit of such balance may this Contract shall be 11.18.4'1' h"., I h:
+ ..uW subject of this little fable could not possibly i I| l publicly place opened the proeoals and" read l will be I Il I I lytck oe",

be Starke. In fact, we hasten to add, only. t. The Project will be -approximately ; .r
Sec-rod 200 inllfK. new eon.II'II<'II"". 'lroa@ p o e 9 o; facts That Concern Ynt
one or two instances have come to our at- : 21 miles rebuild and located In Na22eral,,
("lay, Marlon. Putnam Union Bradshrd ;,
tention where unreasonable rentals have Columbia Alaehua and LevyCountlen. ..
/vEABER.WHA In the Mate. of Florida( 1 .
been asked as a result of the Camp Bland- all a* more folly described In the
PRESS ASSOOAJIQN I Plant. Hpeclflcatlon" and Construction -
ing windfall. Drawing* therefor hereinafter I II II

L \ ) But these one or two cases could very referred to. I I
dye t Ct : zAd 3lotida ; S. The Plan.. Specifications' and
into trend and for this I[ ConMtructlon DiawliiK tog..lh.rwith
) B. L. fllmtrtiew _______?____ Editor and Owner easily develop a all necessary forma and otherdocument .
f I reason we report the fable of the nice little for bidder. K. obtained P.-
from the Engineer
( p tt Sim.SCKirriON tATE town that frightened newcomers away with McLean lOnglneerlnff! Company at Ij
''$q Yearly, 91.30\ ; Sit Months 73c- Payable In Advance exhorbitant rents.Let's I the latter'Building office. Moultrle at No. ,222 OeoLtfla Commercial IJ j

Advertising Kate on Application I upon payment of $500, or may beexamined J
not send anyone away from : either at the office oft I
I'' t ; the Owner or of the Kngrlneer. A .
ti, The Fable Of A Town Starke with a sour taste in his mouth be- copy of the Loan Contract may be i
examined. at the office of the "
That Stunted Its Own Growth cause he could not find shelter within his Owner. I i

l Once upon a time there was a pretty means. Tales! of this kind spread, you know, \1 I instruments 4. Proposal niunt.and be all submitted wupportlnir on .BUT WHYCOURTMARTIAL .
little town of 1,500.80uls-a nice quiet little and a town with a reputation for giving the and form must be furnlnhed delivered! .bv In the a Owner sealed 1

place where a hard-working man could earn newcomers the cold shoulder is not a town .The envelope name addressed and address, to, of the the Owner.Bidder 'I

could I Its license. number If a 11- I I I :
shiftless fellow
c a living, even a that is likely to grow and prosper. cen..e.I.I I. .required by the State, and

i somehow manage to get by. Life was good, -- n the date and hour of the. openingof '
1 bid mum appear, on the enve- ,
if and moderately lope In which the Proposal Is nub- ,,
unexciting; everyone. was Americans Certainly Take milted + 11/
contented. 5. Prior to the Hul>mlnnlon of the
Their Football SeriouslyIt proposal. the Hld'lei shall make and

I rl Then suddenly the turn of the wheelof seems that Henry Wallace; candidatefor hall be examination deemed to of have, the made Kite of acareful I THE WHOLE w.: 1: i'I

d i fate favored this community and its citizens Vice President on the Democratic I the Protect and,' of the Plan. I
Specification( Construction DrawInxrn \, I
> received breathlessly the news that ticket, picked the wrong night for his ac- Deacrlptlon \nMembly L'nltn, i{
and form of ('Oil'" rll'lIon Agreement -
T $10.1)00.000,} would be spent on a mammoth' ceptance speech. It happened to be the .and (Contractor' flon.on the REGIMENT Jf :
file with the Secretary of {
development within seven miles of its, corporate same one on which certain professional foot- Owner and with the, Engineer.. and the ,, \f 4f j
shall become Infoimcd a )I \
{ 1 limits. An influx of 40,000 new inhabitants ball champions administered sound lickingto location and, nature the of transportation the"proponedconstruction ( \ 1I

: a was also promised. a picked team of amateur all-Americans. facilities, the kind and characterof .1;I J. ."
Hull and terrain t 10 be encountered There are bound to be one or two bad beverage of mod II "-
Now it so happened that this little town Mr. Wallace had a message of vital im- the kln| of facilities required \I q"
before and during the constructionof soldiers in every regiment. But why eration. We want

was already enjoying mild prosperity. In portance to the American people. lIe spoke the*. and Project nil other general matters local condition that. court-martial the whole regiment? every beer retail establishment II\\

fact, it had never been so deep in the slough for his party on issues affecting every. of may. completion affect the of cost the and Project.the time Bid' The same applies to beer retailing. to be as whole. ..::II

j of depression as had Lteen some less fortunate citizen. It was important that everyone der"with all will applicable statutes.. to ,comply regulations Out of hundreds of thousands of wholesome some as beer itself. ...1 J I

communities that rested on less solid should least have the of those,
j at opportunity etc Including per law-abiding beer retailers, there To that end have
taming to the llcenxlng: of contractor we in.
foundations. Even before the development listening to what he said. Realizing this, 6*.. Each Bidder shall Include and is bound to be a small minority who stituted a"clean-up or close-up" I! I

1 was planned, there was a shortage of comfortable the various broadcasting systems cut the shall be deemed to have Included disobey the law or permit anti-social program-now in operation in
In the price quoted In the Con
modern houses, apartments, and football game off the air and gave it to Air. tractor' proposal for each Assembly conditions. some states and being extended to
Unit the amount which It
Wallace. I is estimated will be payable ,,by. To protect your right to drink good others. We'd like to tell you about it
rooms.So such Bidder (If awarded the (' "
when the good news came, a few The squawk from some of the press, tract for the construction of the. beer, the Brewing Industry wants even in an interesting free booklet.
Project) or by the Owner on account
citizens of' this little town reasoned thusly: particularly from the newspapers that of taxes Imposed" by any tax- this small minority of undesirable reWriteUnited Brewers Industrial

"Houses are scarce. The demand will be sponsored the football game, was astounding line authority or use of upon materials the sale, suppliesor purchase tailers eliminated entirely. Beer is a Foundation, 19 East 40th Street New

unprecedented. Therefore, we should be And a fair sized cross-section of Project equipment a* part. Incorporated, of such Assembly In the refreshing, appetizing beverage the York, N. Y.

r able to get whatever we ask for our rental the public chimed i in. At a time descriptions(Tnlt All taxes shall of he the payable. foregoing by

property." Wild rumors began to circulate whe.n this country faces possible invasion, the Bidder contract which for shall the constructionof be awardedthe '. St 0 8Rr

that So-and-so had moved to the country loss of freedom, or both, it was apparentthat 7.the No l'roJe..t."n proposal. will 1\ be considered BEER..a beverage of moderation

and. rented his house for $75 a month. It many people were more interested in Qualifications the, Bidder, shall, In furnish the Bidder's evidence z fC

was only natural then that his friends began the outcome of a football game that did not and ,the satisfactory Administrator. to the that Owner the

i to think : "If he can get $75 for a dump even 'affect a championship than upon the ability Itluder has and the financial necessary' resources facilities. to Sri .rf

like that, I should get $100 for mine." words of a man who might sometime be- construct with the the I'rnjei Construction In accordance Con. q r I t't

Consequently it wasn't long before rents come President of this nation. tract.8. The Owner reserves the rlalitto I 11-

x i were all out, of reason. Prospective residents This certainly proves that the United several confine its consideration of the
bids 10- one type of design

t' felt as if they were being gypped, States is democratic-that no politician can designs regardless requested. ..of alternate\ or offered type. of I LOOK !0 AmpleParking

and that the townspeople were trying to force the people to listen to him. But it V. In estimating the least. cost
to the Owner as one of the factor I
{ keep them out, rather than welcome them .. is believed that if the general public does: contract* In deciding the following the award will be of con.the Spac<

in,as newcomers should be welcomed. Their not awaken and take an active interest in sldered Insofar an. It l la practicableto _
do *o. ",
next step, naturally, was to move on to sur- the problems now confronting this nation, (a) The actual ,costs of the various GROCERIES MEATS
assembly unit a* specified
rounding: towns where' reason still reigned it may lose its freedom. In the proposal.b .
( ) Variations In the cost of operation -
supreme and natives were foresighted Football is all right in its place, but maintenance repairs. and Sugar Side Bacon, Lb.
Interruptions to service and In
enough to realize that every newcomer in occasionally there are more important any other by Item: of cost as determined 5 Pounds 21 C Best Western 10 0

town is a potential customer for the grocer, things. ((1)) The characteristic. or estimated
performance of the materialsdpMcrihufi
In the Tinnnii I I 24 Pounds
( 'iot-; ; :;" ; Good Tender
approved by the Engineer
COUNCIL RAISES AND same for fruits $5 to $10. Railroad track the Administrator,
1(2)T 69 *
____ 12
LOWERS CITY TAXES Resident photographers, $2.90 facilities wit h I n : ... of past performance. Sol Flour C l

to $5.Plumbers: camp ____________ 22i.000: I (d) The experience experience. of of the the Bidder.manufacturers Beet Stew, Lb.

Continued from one) resident, 2.50: to Sewer system! ____ 1S50.000 I In the design! and
page Fancy Blue
y ?, S $5; non-resident, $5 to $10. Water system _..__ 450.000 I which manufacture the Bidder of the proposes material to All-Meat FreshHamberger

Funeral parlors $10. Shows of any kind (temporary), Telephone system furnUh. I Rose19c 18c S
The analysis' of costs will be Rice 5
Furniture factories or repair $7.50 to $10 per day. Including building 70.000 I based. on the most economical use Lb.
shops.. each $::5. Side Grading and clearIng of each Individual type of material

Ice factories located out of the I Any shows other amusement$5 to $7.50 or; concession whole building Judgment or approved The by Engineer's the Administrator .. 2 Pkgs. Swifts-Rindless

city or persons selling Ice made I in connection with but area within camp 17:5.000: I shall be final In evaluating 5c 19
raulda the each truck the above items
city-for Roads and walks
separate from main or side shows. 10 The time of completion of Table Salt Lb.
.r ,other conveyance making de-I $1 to $5 per day. within camp ____, 4:50.000: I the. Project as specified by the Breakfast Bacon,
nwcrie$25.: 2 Guard houses! ____ 6.600 I Bidder. In the Proposal may be
as factor In No. 2
Skating rinks $5: a deciding the Cans
Insurance companies fire and per year to Post Office Dldg. 6.:500: award of the contract Fresh DressedTomatoes

life each company 25.: $5: per week.Shooting 1 Utility shop (small) 6.600 companied 11. Each. by Proposal a certified must. be check ac. 5 C 23(

Insurance companies other galleries, $5 per yearto 2 Utility shops (lge) 24.000 payable to the order of. or a hid. Fryers Lb.
$5 per week. 1 Stockade fence __ 6.000 der' running In favor of, the, ,
than fire and life 15.00: for each Owner 1 In an amount equal to five
Shoe repair shops $2.50 to $5. Target range ___ 150.000 percent (5 p. c.) of the maximum1 I Cooking
company. Transfer) companies operating price.. In case. a Proposal Is not' Swifts
Newspapers published In city, in or If a Proposal 'la ac. 67c Iflt(
city. $2.50 to
$5: operating in Total construction e x cepted and a Construction. Contract Oil, Gallon
SM.. and out of city, $5 to $10. penditure __________$10,080.570: I is executed and a ; : ';ldrtvCt Oleomargerine, Lb. .
tractor's Bond I In I ;
Coal wood
or yards each 750. Typewriter
adding machine .
successful Bidder the check or P & G
The 42 old license nell that repairers resident,' $1 to 2.50; bidders. bond will be returned In Soap Brookfield '
raised. Include New Flexible Glass each Instance. within a period of
were : non-resident. $2.50 to $5. SO days to the Bidder 3 IOC 33 3(

Agents for sales from $2 to Watchmakers and jewelers $5 Made From CottonA the same. : except that each Bidder I Bars Butter Lb.
$10. agree provided its I I
I Ito one of the three low proposals. .
Agents for typewriters and'I Wrecking companies (not connected -I new flexible glass as thick asa that by. filing Its proposal together Pork & Beans

other office equipment from 2.50: with a garage), $:i to $10. window pane and paneling board with sideration su.-h of check the or Owner's bond In receiv con. 15 Fancy

H,... Agents$:S.., for' automobiles non I and Only are six: licenses were lowered thin enough to be wrapped arounda such ing and Proposal considering shall such he firm Proposal and 4 Cans C Cheese Lb.Tuxedo. 21(

upon each such Bidder and .
resident. from $15: to 25.: Agents for books, magazines pencil but strong enough not such. check or bond shall be held Large Can ,

Architects from $2.50 to $5.: I etc., $10 to $5.Auctioneers: to break when bent, have been i 60 jy day the Owner from the for date the herelnabove'period of I I FeedsPeaches

Beauty parlors from $2.50 torx non-resident. $15: made possible with cotton the i iI set for the opening of Proposals 12 C
.to $10. 12. The successful Bidder I will be ,
National Cotton Council has ann required to enter Into I
I a Construc
Banks or trust companies, 7.50: Accountants. $10 to $5.: nounced. tion Contract. with the Owner and SCRATCH )[
to $25. I Merchant tailors. $7.50 to $::5. The glass bonded to cotton 1 I to with furnish sureties. a satisfactory Contractor'to Bond the I II 1 Potted Meat 1

Barber shops each chair $1, Pawn brokers, $100 to $25 (we Owner. and to the Itural Electrification I .
fabric and then divided into lOc
to $1.00. I I need one in town it was said.) a Administration.. In a penal I Il'".tlon 3 Cans
series of squares or rectangles is I I sum not less than the maximum;
Boarding houses rooming I I Watchmakers and Jewelers made in 26 colors and is used Contract price. I DAIRY FEED
tomes apartment houses traveling, $10 to $5. 11. In case the successful Bidder 1.8JSpecial
or I for decorative effects in buildings I falls or rpfiiHto execute- a--('onatructlon ; : Corned Beef
hotel/ each room, 50 cents toT The members of the council expressed and homes. It Is flexible and l Contract. and to furnish '
\..cents. I themselves as being wellplea..ed a ontractor'. Bond satisfactory to 17c
tough enough to be curved around "h. Owner and the Administrator. Can
Bbwrihft or box alleys each with the revised llcensiag posts. within ten tin day aster written ,
alley. $5 to $12.50 (or the same system which Is still on a lower notification of the award of .
The paneling is made of ex- the contract by the Owner the I 10 Lbs. No. 26
_M pool tables.) I basis than in most places. "We Bidder will he considered to have ,, 1
Bottling plants up to three talked about doing this for two tremely thin strips o f flexed abandoned the Proposal and the EGG MASH

trucks, $5 to $25, and $5 foret9elt years" chairman Edwards said, I woods fixed to a cotton backingby I alllnllnt hidden! bond ot hcertified delivered a*check security or I Irish Potatoes 14c

truck over three. I "and we've finally done It." a special adhesive. Througha I the the Proposal. ', hall thereupon HORSE FEED
specially\ developed cement the due. and owing: to the Owner a* (
Civil engineers nnd surveyors, liquidated damages for such failure I I Fancy Yellow 19
ach. $2.50 to $5.Clairvoyants : 1,100 WORKERS NOW paneling may be glued to material or refusal and the Owner may
as smooth as glass. thereupon! award the. contract
toJ lOc
spirit mediums, AT CAMP HLANDINCJ: any other Hldder. The teriB"uc. j Onions 3 Lbs.
.... ,
fortune tellers $50 to $100. The council announced also the rul Midder" hall be deemed OF
Can for hire $5 to $10. development of a cotton layer adhesive to .Include any Bidder whose prn. HAVE A COMPLETE USER
(Continued from Page One) poe..1 I" accepted after another .
+ Dynamite dealers $2.50 to $5. I for cementing thin sheets !Bidder. haM previously. refused or, Fancy Eating POULTRY DAIRY AS I

Electrical contractors $2.50 to towers ___,_____? 10.000' of steel and wood so firmly together I Construction ha been unable contract to or execute to the 1 0 FEEDSWe

*S. Bakery _________ 70,000 that water cannot penetrate satisfactory' Contractor' Bond.furnish I Apples, 3 Lbs. C Mark
Ire factories $5 to $10. Cold Storage plant 300,000 between them. This Is being when 14 executed The Construction hall be deemed Contract *__ Pay 3c Below Jacksonville

Junk dealer., $5: to $10. 2 Special theatretents used principally In the manu- Include the entire agreement hetonTr to- Fancy Eggs
Lumber and other building material ____________ 19,200 facture of furniture.OTI.I the.... parties shall thereto not claim and, the' For

dealers. $7.50 to $25. 2 Incinerators ______ 40.000 modification thereof resulting fmm any Bananas 15
Merry-go-rounds $10 to $15: Laundry _______ 400.000 AMI i'1"TntTTIO'liM. TO any representation o r promise 4 Lbs. C Wilson & Toomer FertUttJJ:
per day. 290 Lavatories ________ 1,183,000: 1. S-aled' propnnala for the cnn- I::.a..1 or employee any time by the any Owner officer, STRAWBERRY Jr'R
or TRY
Extra OUR
Y tructlon. including the supply of by any other LargeCelery
9500 pernon.
to Tent frames and
Motion picture shows $5
necessary labor material and IS. ASK
The -
$23.: floors __________ 671,470 nul. >m<>nt except meter, : arural to waive owner minor reierve Irreirularltle the EXTRA LOW PRICE- J U Wit
pOrJ. or 12
i! Painters paperhangers. etc. Magazines _______ 373,000: (resident) 2.50: to $5; non-resl- 2 Service clubs ____ 60.000 to b. financed. pursuant to a Lnan Irregularities' .or error. were .u..b GIVE

dent $3 to $10. 1 Hospital _______ 1,549,700 Contract operative between Avxoclatlon.Clay Inc.Electric(hereinafter Co. irregularities through inadvertence Any made!
q Peddlers of groceries and country Gasoline storage 147,000 called the "Owner") and the must. be corrected or error on the*o S.

produce not raised or grown Electrical power I Administrator United State. of of the America Rural by Blectrlflcatlon the- execution In which' of they occur Construction prior! to the R.JOHNS a SoN
any Con
w fcy himself in this to distribution: f Administration
county. $5 ay5- (hereinafter tract" which may be awarded there,

s 910; same for meats $5 to $25; tern __________ 223,000: dated called__._-the.. 19."Admlnlptrator.. ., and ti b.). on.It. The Owner reserve the PHONE 45 NEAR S. A. I... pEro1ht )