Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 27, 1940
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Ily DI'fY TWO trrAItKE, "LOIUDA. MltlU\', EI..a.l\lInR 27, 1910 U\IUEU: FORTY-EIGII'I":

"We've Been Working On The Railroad "

Starke Is Jumping Out Of The Ruts WI,

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Townspeople Rub Their Eyes At Phenomenal

Bell To InstallSwitchboard Changes Taking Place On All Sides;

Some Like It, Some Don't

Citizens of Starke realized more than ever this week that some

_____ ', q. Will He Used Only powerful, undeniable force was changing, right before their very '

For Long Distance eyes, this passably-prosperous little town, founded ninety years ago ;

Calls--Seek Location and named for Starke Perry, one of Florida's ante-bellum governors.For .

'.":" Southern Bell Telephone has better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health '

been Starke granted for a franchise operation by of Cityof a they realized with ice-water-in-the-face shock that Starke would never ;'

together as rhythmically as a row of billet"dancers; : theRe negro laborers. keep time <11'
forking switchboard' here to handle all toll jbe the same again. Every time ,I 1lli '
as they lift heavy rails on the Southern Railway's new "spur' track from Therestw toL and I
hanting calls through Sta.x Camp to driving to work and leaving their cars CIA,;
landing Three miles of the spur and another: mile of storage track ot the Theressa: station Blanding switchboards. they "rode around the block"traditional ;
parked all day long in front of their places' \
L been laid since the work began ten days ago With the worst of the job behind them (a I This agreement made between ( local timekiller) they
n.foot cut through a high grade just off the main track) officials of the company look for- i( Southern Dell and the Starke of business\, found that apt as not, their \I:1

jd to greater, speed finIshing the track Into Blanding Around 200 men are working on Telephone Co., privately owned saw something new; something being torn favorite spot was taken. They sought }

I Job, I by H. A. Bishop will relieve i down ; something being put up. places around the corner and silently j '
Starke operators of long distance Most localities eagerly accepted the inevitable Ii
chalked another inconvenience to livingin
calls thus making local calls Up
easier to handle Southern. Hell : ; a few waxed philosophical ; fewer a growing town. Not that. they minded!

// S. And Green Cove Mike Sweeney will serve no Starke customers, I still uttered out-and-out protests. Mrs. PaulE. For a merchant would gladly yield his u'

except on toll calls. Canova Sr., remarked somewhat wist- I h
favorite parking place to a new customerany

sh Tonight At ParkCoach ElectrocutedWas be-ing I fully over her morning"Coca-Cola: "I liked day In the year J ,

board which will consist of fiveor Starke the way it was.
But here's the pay-off! A. sight that a
Not Overly Confident-New six positions employing ten Practically no one continued to doubt u"
Repairing Wire I operators. To begin with, the few months ago would never have been t
Rules To Be PlacedIn that the town would benefit commerciallyfrom
Parking On Railroad Job "hejto girls" will be Imported dreamed of in the wildest stretches of imagination
Effect At FieldH. from Jacksonville until local operators the Camp handing development A + al
At Waldo Thursday materialized Monday. A taxi cab I
can be trained to take small army of 500 newcomers filled vacant
S. and Green Cove Springs renew their traditionalgame I their places. Southern Bell wantsto cruised Call Street! True it was an erst-
M C. Sweeney, 40 for 14 yearsa rooms and houses at Starke and Kingsley
( football rivalry at Bradford Park tonight: resident of Starke and Hampton to a Chouse. where the girls while passenger car, but on its sides were
the 1940 season officially gets under can live and the switchboard can Lake, contributing to the channels of local "
Hay) as and a veteran employe of proudly emblazoned the words "Starke Taxi
year it was 14-0 in favor of the Tornadoes.' Year be-i the Seaboard Airline Railroad be set up. *" finance a tidy sum of $2,500 weekly in "
Service and there wa.the announcementthat
in favor of Green Cove. This I I Officials of the company an- 1
last it was 27-0 year- died yesterday morning shortly rentals alone.
nounced that there will be no toll ten or fifteen additional cars would be
I I after he accidentally touched a 3
?? Both moderate-sized local hotels
calls were
between Starke
charge on
nado coach Bill Stephens refuses to be over-optimistic, : 4,400 volt high-tension electric I Ii I and the Camp; now or later. filled to overflowing and turning customers added after October 1. Oldtimers blinked
condition and winning chances of his line he was repairing at Waldo. ; their and blamed what doubtless
fibes the protegesonly I i I The new switchboard at Bland- eyes they
He never regained consciousness' away, Mrs J. C. Garner, who operates a
fair" : "AIh I will be In October infirmities of
( says and four hours of artificial reM- Ing operation by considered a mirage on the
we have 25 boys out Company has exclusive rights to 'I pi ration and pulmotor treatment 15th and will be under the rooming house on Madison Avenue showed old age.
Year, we have only one furnish soft drinks at the games failed to revive him. management of Southern Bell the S. R.. 0. sign to 18 shelter-seekers in
'and our reserves are very this year and in return will provide (I -Up until time yesterday Forty or fifty pay stations will one evening. Two laborers from Jacksonville If half the plans develop, if half the deals ttlh;. ,
Mont of our players are spectators with a printed press be net up on, the reservation In go through that are being talked of in this '
funeral arrangements had note looking for a job at the Camp anda
each 'I addition to the private
rienced. program game. I I Is' last week of 1910 the boom of
been announced. Mr. Sweeney September ,
Installations in Starke
Williams B. H. S. prlnclid Football fans this will telephone There room tried "fifty places" Tuesday -
i head of its Athletic Aston year I survived by his wife, Mrs. May will be 15 or 20 trunk lines from before found 1925 and '26 will be a piker by comparison! y
have the opportunity of seeingthe Sweeney, and by three !small night they a spot to flop.
slated, "We are an- the Camp which will terminateat James who has lived' through
Hornsby '
Tornadoes In six ,
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daughters, Norma, 8; Joan, 7; the switchboard of SouthernBell Housewives cashed in on every spare room, {
(Ing much better attendanceear home games at Bradford Park and Conne 1, three or four such periods says that "more
than last and patrons and only three of the nine I In Starke.Building and by the middle of the week a few of the
Mr. Sweeney was In charge of actual cash" seems to be changing hands ;
earliery I
Jrjed to come a little scheduled games wll be played more industrious were converting attic u
expect to get Into them away from Starke. "The schedule maintaining lines and signal Permits into dollars and cents. in Boom-40 than in previous flurries. He's
I equipment between Lawtey and space
[The In city time and to see county the peace kick-I I,stated this year, "Is," much principal more Williams difficult Waldo for the Seaboard and yesterday Continue Active: Needless to say, arkeltes were somewhat -, seen .some of It,

i." he continued "have' as-. than the ones encountered in morning was tracing a bewildered at the new-found hustle For evidence of returning gold-rush days ;,
line trouble that caused a current New building permits Issued
I their 100 percent coopera-I'previous years." Interruption between Waldo and by the city In the past week bustle. Merchants accustomed for years read other columns on this page. ;
In the
[ohiles are to be I Next Friday night, at Bradford I(the Starke depot. The fatal ac- total $1,750, a survey of the permits "
Park the Tornadoes will play I I cident occurred around 8 o'clock In Clerk Carl Johns' office
[he enclosure as no parking the Florida School for the Deaf In Waldo. He was standing beside I I In the municipal building showed Bond Election, Taxi ; j
I be allowed outside them I I ,,
Washington Street Is to and Dumb from St. Augustine i I a power line pole. Although Wednesday. New River MondayNew Granted \; ,,.4
jppt clear go as to facilitate Admission charges at all times no one was near him at the time, Tuesday of last week a $500 '\.
Hilling of the heavy traffic (exclusive of season tickets) are I a negro woman saw him fall to permit for repairing raising roof school or no new school. The City ," ,
fcrea south and east of Brad- 25 cents for children through the ground and she notified the and remodeling the building be- /Is the, question to be settled at meeting 1:.
|Park will be closed and school age and SO cents for I Waldo depot agent. Assistance tween the City Barber Shop and New River on Monday, September -I license and ;\ ,

ed oft.e I adults. I was quickly called and the Florida the,, law office of M, P. Brown 30. of Starke for v ;
officials for the season Power and Light Company On that all residents of, :
i school safety patrol." The was Issued to agents of Charles day service In :
announced Dr. R. G. Man- furnished a pulmotor. Efforts the district who freeholders, 'i
> added, "will assist In the are as plant Woodbrldge, owner of this build- are Taxi Service
ping! and parking. I urge chester, Bob Manchester, WhtteyMcMullm. to start circulation and I I ing. The work I. now In progress and otherwise qualified (I. e.I service company I
ubllc to cooperate with us I Buddy McClane, all of heart action with oxygen and the and when completed, the registered etc.) will go to the I operating I L
fder to help our school In Gainesville Harry Mullon of pulmotor continued until i l afternoon building will be the new home of polls and vote yea or nay on a with one cab. a ; ;'
way," ,Waldo, and George Manassa and when It became evident the City Barber Shop.,. $2,750 bond Issue necessary to I cury driven by ':, ,

big football "booster" parade Elmo Struth of Starke. The I that the electrocuted man was Wednesday September 18, ,Mrs. complete the new New River more taxis, new 'f. i
T the direction of Mrs. Grace positions the officials will fill Is beyond human help. Nelle Noll man was granted a per- school. Where a man and his expected to be '''u\

wright and led by' Carolyn ,expected to vary from time to Mr. Sweeney and his family mit in the amount of $1000 for wife occupy a homestead, both next week. \
reef II (Robert Jackson'sI I time except In the case of Struth. lived for many years at Hampton constructing a frame house witha are eligible to vote. The Starke ( 'Y! )
I I T with sound system) and who will continue to keep the and following the loss of I I metal roof on the old Oasklns Work on the new', school a operated by 'I,
pe B. H. S. Band will start famous time he kept last year. their home by fire last year, built property on Madison Avenue. Ac- WPA project la about half finished of Brooker, and :(
the school house this after- Tonight's starting line-up will a new home In Starke on Wash tually the large barn o n this but there was not money and out of I I '
at 2:45: o'clock and goSh probably be: ington Street near the school property will be completely re- enough in the district fund to I ida Railroad :',
town. The band will bent Perry Gainey, or Joe Lander, house. They moved Into the new modeled into a residence. pay the sponsor's; share of the (number S54) I'
f at all games and a reIwzed left end. home six weeks ago and Mondaysold Monday a permit was Issued cost. Therefore, a bond Issue be- city license. ;I'.

and much improved pep Ralph Dudley, left tackle. the home to Dr. J. W. to F. C. Hollingsworth to make came necessary Headquarters t
|1 will help keep the school Armond Thomas left guard. Brownlee In anticipation of a changes inside the building housing With New River school children pany are f
It t "hot" Garland Godwin, center. his shoe shop on South Wal now occupying a dilapidated the Red : "
ring games, the B. H. S. Ralph Nettles, right guard. transfer that Mr. Sweeney expected nut Street. The amount of the building, unfit for winter occupancy on Temple ";;.

r clasa will operate the cold David Shuford. right tackle. soon.Florida permit was (250. and when remodeled and cold weather just pany gives '51:
and refreshment concession Frank Crews, right end. the building will containnot around the corner, the general telephone calls, I \
Well means the class expects Buck McMillan, quarter back. May Get only the shoe shop and Mr.Hollingsworth' 'belief Is that there I Is little doubt ing 150. .I\Lt't

lie all funds necessary this Mutt Jones or J. E. Denmark real estate office ,that the bond Issue will carry. Rates at : j>
i year to finance the various left half back. i 2 More SolonsFlorida but alto an office supply : Around 106 voters are quali In Starke. and ;\
T-senior half back. store. fied. Kingsley Lake. d '
activities. Judy McRae, right | ij
Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Marion Crews, full back. may be entitled to Tuesday a $100 permit was Issued If the Issue carries bonds will Is per trip and 1 r
representation by two more Congressmen for alterations on the Keen be In the denomination of 1250 I as several errors.'f' 'i]
I as a result of the 1940 I Service' Station across Temple and will bear the date of Oc- trip for the '

(Olsen Sells Sweeney Home Sold j census state officials indicated I Avenue from the residence of R. 'tober' 1, 1940. They will bear _,
fe Brownlee after studying preliminary census J. Davis. Interest at the rate of six percent Seaboard .
usinessKopelousos. Dr J. W.
Monday reports i and will be payable as follows 1
bought the M C. Sweeney home allowed five Station
The state was : $250 principal In each of: '
age of Jackson- north of school house on Wash- Congressmen under the 1,468,211 CCC EnrollmentNext I: the years 1943 to 1953. t, <

Friday bought the Orange ington. Mr. Sweeney. 14 yearsan population recorded by the 1930 MonthThe i Voting will be In M. L. Johns' For the { ,
m Cafe malntalneV be- I '; f
on south Walnutt S. A. L. Ry, federal census. Preliminary reports store at New River. O. W Andrews -, years, extensive !
lrt t from Mrs. Titus Olson tween Lawtey and Waldo, and of a 27.9 per cent increaseIn 'I' Fifth Welfare District, will nerve as clerk and' the local ;

past tor of the restaurant' for formerly living In Hampton sold population would boost Flor which Includes Bradford County, i, Inspectors will be t:. C. Priest, tion are being ,1-

"8 several years. Mr. Kop- expecting an immediate transfer. ida's population total to approximately will enroll 132 men for the CIvilian O. O. Mlzell, and II. I. JohN Monday i::
'leI stated that the same ,Will probably be transferred by 1878.000 persons. Conservation Corps during crew of 15 ,
i made famous by Mrs. first of year and they will live Present federal apportionmentlaws October Thirty "Junior white" Drivers Licenses M. C. Clayton of ; ;
r would continue in effect in house until then Mr. Brown- for Congress permit one, boys will be enrolled at the gan operations :'
, the new management.: lee says he bought the house Congressman for each 280.684 In Brooker Camp on October 1 with l Due 1st Of Month painting the I .. '

'e new owner Is living at the for "rental purposes" population or major fraction their destination announced as gray; i'?,.!
lenia' Tourist Home and will thereof. On that basis the state the Pacific Coast. Seventy more Drivers' license sales' in Brad- washrooms for l', ,
e ma wife and two sons here New Plummer ArrivesThe would be allowed seven membersof will be enrolled at Brooker on I ford County reached 600 Wednes women white ; I :t :
Jacksonville when he can the national house of repre- October 8. Total enrollment of day of this week Judge E. K. flooring the :-
"> suitable housing he said. Starke Plumbing Companywill tentative the state will be 1,840-1,533 Ferryman In charge of wiles, ) Mont :t; {
in I''
week I
be opened here Should the Increase be allowed white and 307 colored. has announced and drivers have the hard it
arch Convention the building behind Conway'sService the legislature Military status of enrolles will from today until Monday to obtain area around the '% ,
J, Pelllcer under official.figures "J i
Station by A. that of other the 1940-41 permits for drivIng which will be I
would be called upon in 1941to be the same as :'1
d Christian Churches of Brad- of St. Augustine a of veteran I re-district the state or to per-I young men of''equal age. As the automobiles. Drivers' are required ,smooth with :: "', '
and! Union Counties will con- plumber of 24 years exper- of two Congressmen- limit extends from 17 to 23 1-2 to have the new license I *
Ie election :
with the The new company will mit October 1, next jj y
Hampton Christian ience. years more than SO percent of year permits on Two False '
urch: at-large.
'' Saturday and Sunday. handle plumbing and heating enrolles will be too young for Tuesday. :
i1.Ihew'ellber 28 and 29. W. T. sales and installations and specialize Earlier military duty.ComPf'rulatlon. Last year about 3.000 drivers' A i
j IVelltiOIl Will be chairman of the A phone call C. Of C. Meets Is 130 per month, licenses were sold In this county that has thus : i .

and Leon Hall will actliong in repairing. service, Chamber of Commerce directors with subsistence, and all unemployed and evidently, a large number of elude detection t
leader. An Interesting to 147 will get prompt will "meet at 7 o'clock to- young men of proper age persons have yet to purchase new alarms ; ; "i.,
has Pellicer stated. Mr. Pelllcer The cost Is the same as after noon, and
h ? been arranged for MrT r night In order that they may get are eligible, regardless of whether permits. !1' '' ,.
, ,days' and Sunday afternoon has been working In St. Augus- through with business and attend or not they are In need. They last year SO cents for private 10 o'clock at : .'
r( i0** a sermon will be de- tine and at Camp Blanding and the high school football game. must be citizens of the United :I and $I for chaffeur's license. The truck dutifully [ ;\;
ir by the Rev. Sam I. Smith at the home of Mrs., I[The usual meeting time Is 8 o' States unmarried out of school,: proceeds go towards maintenanceof each time. t;'
1'1:1of: of the' First Christian, bas rooms clock. mentally and physically fit. the Florida Highway Patrol. two runs two ,, .i
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'. .Ii1 BROOKERHy Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Wed- i\ TUB nucriT roniT. KIOIITIIJtMirltL <.OTI'E 10 tiiFiTon: .. I I I A. D. 1940. the said Tuesday being I after levied levied and collected and collected and to be here Wh..r..., .uq, r.
f..U..r. OF fr'I.OH. having claims or demands -, the by th" ,
All persons "I)
nesday night. estate of D. \.S. .FIi"rii. It *v OFOVKMHEH State of Florida, l Is hereby agreed. t.'gl''fU.; '
In"I AM: FOII IIH tI)FOMil against the
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_ L. flr". L. L. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Sam Trowel of ( 01 .\"I'Y.iv Kelly deceased are, notified to ';'for' said ratifiCation or rejection prol)"of"- to electors and shall of the be State submitted nf to the I tel) vh u .. 11\1.oft., ,:
Resolution. "
Inthe : Joint
k' ChI.4tEflYBlanche file their claims In due form I the the "hlef
Lake Butler were vinitlng Mr. Conl\tttution for ratification or rejection .h'.r' t" Ju.".,
to theof at .
Burnt County Judge of in amendments the t b. '",
-- ,1 "1 Home Knodle I office of I the | u 01, "> 1\\
'and Mrs. N. O. Moody Sunday. F. Bradford County Florida In t h aCourthouse the .Stale, of Florida vim: next general election of Represen. disluat all.o !
? The borne of Mr. and Mrs. V. Plaintiff ",arke. Florida withIn A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing tatives to be held In 1(40, as fol. InK ,Ii r I", '.>.11"n'lbl,,
; j In Lake Ch. No. at I ''' r
Miss Melba I
was .v- low. ,
_ i Moody Seetlolt : ,
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destroyed months from September the Amendment" .1" 1h4
i V. Hazen was completely calendar liut h, ,
Walter fit. Clare Knodle I eon..lltutlon.A Section 15. Th. Legislature ', "''on
Butler will of Article" IX of the shall 1'111"1" ;
Satulday. else the same ,
6. 1940. COI'r ,,
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.' by fire Thursday night of Defendant.' PI.TI3L.IAT1dNAND become void.Margar..t. .. Ad Valorem Taxation have the power. to allocate and distribute cOII'III" 1,.. I.,,,, o..illtbi'
-. r last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hazen ORDER OF L Kelly. As .Vdmlnlstratrlx r to the several counties of "' / "" ""r r r. It1tiF a
...:i'lO..O AM) NOTIfK OF'IlOI flp8iT1niSoRvKlV: 111'd
of I O. W. BY TilE LEO- the State, 111 equal amounts, and atsuch .. r"u"o i.
were at the home of Mr. Hazen's | ) KI.IOrTII) NOTICE TO DEFENDANT : of the Estate 9-27 OF THE 8TAT1B: 011'1'hRt times as the Legislature ".. ,'tR ., ''I....
9-0 4t 1SLATURE ,
I At a Mpvrlal ;meetlnRT of ThnRrmirt IN THE NAME OK TUB STATE Kelly. UI') ))) 'tb 'Pitacettl)1
( i following determine portion I" "I".nl
.. parents the time of the fire. FLOKIDA : the any of or all '",,
t at of I'ulillc Inntriirtlon of cussed 1 .
rip> FLORIDA .
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to Section. 2 of ArticleIX excise taxes now levied and ""J ,<- ::
. Nothing was saved except two Bradford County Florida duly TO: WAl/TKR ST. CLARE: amendment of the State lected or hereafter levied COI-I fact i t.." '", .., "'ut0,
_ ,, PPI.U'VHOV FOR of the Constitution or Vllllur, ''iI, ,
railed and h l'l on August 26th., KNODLE, whose place of residence NOTKK Of' taxation the "' I[
: chairs that were on the front 1U40. nnd at which mertlnir there Is care of Del Mar Morris -, T.\X: ItKKIIeimtp : : 'of Florida. relating to, taxes from lected the by State: of Florida : rOI''I' "'', ''" 'ut. '.1b.
ad valorem operation of :
E. J. LewIs.. 'ei 103)) and abolishing" parl-mutuel shah" '
I was present chairman CheltenhamAvenue. Illll )
porch. I Apartments, and the. n'"I"' .. ...
1 be. pools.
: J. II. Moore! and S. E. .. Oermantown, Philadelphia. NOTICE IS HEREBY CIIVEN. for State purposes ''h.. II. ", '
i I Mr. and Mrs. J>ne Hazen of inenilx.and! \\". !-:. tlPark"1 Pennsylvania.You I That I... 1>. Vltilng holder of Tax same Is hereby, agreed to. and In Ih. "o" ,.. ""Ib.r'tir4 "ItlCI"RI :
C'ounly Hupcrlntendent. of I'ulillcInxtrurtlon required to Certificate No 63, Issued, the 2nd shall be submitted to the electors| tlflhtii. 01'' "" J
Sarasota last week visiting are hereby appear Iectlon A JOINT RESOLUTION Propos '" 1it' ;
_ spent I and ex-tifflclo. 8ecre-,! I I either personally or by Attorney day of August A. D. 1937. has of the State. at the General ing an Amendment to Section JUMllc. /.,, "" I I "r .u1 1 ..,
In 1940. for approval 2 ('< ,
: relatives here. I of Raid Hoard I the following. office and has of Representatives Vice ''Ii,
j i I tary to the Bill of Complaint filed same In my and to Section 4 of Article v 8111'' "hi!, ''Ollllnuo
that Is to say, of ,,, ,
.. I nmnnir other p'oceedlnir, I were herein. filed against l you In the made application for a tux deed to or rejection; Article the Constitution of Florida Relat Stead ''Ih .." hall
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kelley an- I the said Section 2 of ilk .
had to-wli: above entitled. cause, on or before I be Issued thereon. ing to the Judiciary Deparment. -rr't!
-14 nounce the arrival of a 9 lb. boy J. If. Moore presented the fol- the 7th day of October A. D. 1940, Said certificate embraces. the following IX he, amended so all to read as BE IT RESOLVED' B Y THE A ,I'' H-1':.; --: --
towing renolutlon to-wlt as re<]uired by Law. described. property In the follow a: Ing t,. Ii'putij: ) "
't' .: :1 Saturday September 21. The baby Section 2. The Legislature shall STATE d 'I" I
.1 ; ? : \VHKHI-AS.: at a meetln of "Bradford County Telegraph l Is County of Bradford State. of Florida sufficient OF FLORIDA: That the following tI" Ii-I" ,
v. has been named Winston Delano. The llmird of Public Inntructlon hereby designated as the newspaper to-wlt: ? provide for raising revenue. of the amendments of Section,! :3 J and Sec or Flu, '.f... U"lali" ,)f lit AIiot
of Rradftinl fonnty Florida duly In which this Order shall SR',4' of SE"4 !Sec. 8. TI' 6 S. to defray the expenses tion 4 ''II' [,",
_J_ Mr. II. P. and I.. R. Gainey attended State Including State appropriations respectively of Article V II II'lIi'.t' IOUhtlml"I ,
held on AutruHt 211. 1940. there wnprvMented Ie published once a week for four 21 K., containing 40 acres.The nf the Constitution of the ,! iti:
:i ; church services at Belle n petition elurned by (4) consecutive. weeks. assessment. .. or the. said property for the benefit 6f the uniform Florida be, and he same la State of T.EU1STATI.Itit:!lO..I'ET1. lit
schools hereby
::1 and Sunday. | more than. 25 percent of the miallI WITNESS; my hand and the seal under the said certificate Issued system of free public Article agreed to. and shall be submitted OF 1.1.''II I 1t'.1 f I Tilt .
-. ; .I.i Saturday |I fled elwrtorn who are freeholdern of office. at Staike. Bradford was In the name of Empire provided In accordance with to the electors of the Article ""r 'thol rllot
f Mr. and Mrs. Sanford RItch residing within the territory, known County Florida, thin 29th day of Lumber Co. XII of the Constitution and of the Florida at the next State of State 01 !Ih. "' '"IIIIUII"
learning general elec-
August. A. D. 1940. Unless rertmcate shall be State Institutions of higher -'Iorlda.
and I denlKnatvd' an Mpvrlal Tax said Con "'
I ? e f and lion Jean and Mr. and Mrs. school DlBlrlct No. 12 of Bradford (CIRCL'IT COURT SEAL) redeemed according to law the for each fiscal year and alsoa after Ion to the be held first on Monday the first In.Tuesday. saine nty I. "nl\lIl..I h",\ <''',r..rotall i.. .

-1k : '4 Artford", Brown were the week- County Florida petitioning A. J. Thomas, property described. therein will he sufficient .stun' to pay the princ- ber 1940 for ratification .Novem al11..n.I.,1, ,. "h, '''".ndod. .
i this Ttoard to call an election to Clerk of the.Circuit Court of Bradford sold to the highest .bidder at the ipal and Interest of the existing Indebtedness or re- MU bnt it t u'i dlr..d, to and
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.I determine whether HRld. Hchool County Florida. 8-30 6t 927Oi'I'B courthouse. door on th" first Monday of the State; but after jection./Section 2. (a) The SunremA' Cnnrf State or .t.I.'1....II... ., 'itiu.a''

.. 4. kv 3rOWfl. j lntrlct, Khali IHHUC bonds In thesuuu :: : !In .the _month! of_ October,. 1940!, December 31st. A. D. 1940 no levy .shall consist of seven '(7)! Justices ; elect Ion ,OI,if "uViJi1 .'' lii>,-
real or '
I of $2.750.00 for th* purpoaaof wmcn is the 7tn Clay or uciouvr, of ad valorem taxes upon held In 7" """"Ian'
i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelley biilMlnir, und furitlHhiiiK" a OP KI.KC'TIOVTo 1 9 4 0. personal property Intangible and Jufctlca the term, of office of each t joctlon 1'110 s t LII\.I'',, ( "tt l
Hi'honl house. within said district the Sheriff of Bradford Dated this fill i Out V of September I property, shall be made for any shall be sfx years; no term uj i s. "
week ? as ,
vll'lilors' here over the nf > an l
t I : were 1940.OFFICIAL. State whatsoever; and Suction an) 'Incumbent shall be affected .1| .1 'h ,
for the exolunlve usa of the public County of the State of Florida: purpose lows: -tn .
: free schools In nald dlntrlct. and B.. It Known That 1 ,iL. A, ( SEM.) A. J. Thomas, 8 of Article XII be, und the by thin amendment "Heotl."" .
:. end.Mr. ]I this. ltoar haying duly determinedthat OHAV, Secretary of State of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford same l Is hereby repealed.A (b.) Each:'e'It/ the. Supreme In "''''Ii). i IL, ,f r.; ,l, ,' 'I.r> )?I
,. and Mrs. Clias. Ilanly Jr., Hld petition IM dinned' by'nioie State of Florida do hereby give County Florida 8-6 4t -27 Cou. ....I"LII be elected by the-Qua II. clone,i-i.,i c .c v'\ -re vlnltinK friends and relative -' than 25 percent of the quallj notice that aGESFhI I JOINT: RESOLUTKroposlng' > fled electors of the State at the law fi..', i .I-''' ?
j' find elector who are freeholders.. i L ELECTION nil Amendment to Article XVI of time mill' placed of voting for mem counti i. li
c : L here Saturday. I residing In said Hperlal Tax School TO WHOM IT MIY' fONC'KHM the Constitution of Florida: Adding, I bers of the legislature, at the general be ..It", i ,d i H,
t 1. t Tary McOauley of Melrose was District No. 1!. and having duly Will ha held In Bi-Hdford County TAKE: NOTICE THAT a 1935 .Thereto Additional I t Section: Permitting election next preceding the ors of .1| 'ifwInfrfcei" !
t of Mal.thaBvrlyn I'olllll".r.lId petition and the Stale of "Florida on Tuesday nextsucceeding Ford CoUpe, "Kniclue: No, 18-17071.1: I the Creation of a CommlsI expiration of each term of such of 'be '
tr9 dinner the first InNnv..lnber. x
guest matterS HI'p..rlllloIh"rIln. andI Monday hearing 1 1tio( :Motor! Vehicle. Tag I slon Empowered to (iran Paroles flee 'tb.. r'
I finding that. nulit, petition In .ufflclent A. D 11140 the saidTueNilujy No. 2-12367 with Releases Probation Cc) In the event or the i ,
Markey Sunday. an appratxedI or Conditional I 01') ratifica for foil Hi.
I bIg thelrl.Ii __ .__ ..._ u \
{ and In all In full value of Persona With t tion of this amendment It leo
Martha Parker and Mrs. reHpectH less than $1,000, w a a of Prisoners or I shall that i R b,
Mis. i rornpllunre, with law and further ..' IIV ().' >()UVIIKH: I seized I In Jlrlldf"l'd."ounlY., "Florida Criminal" Offenses, Under Supervl1R : thereupon be the duty of the then elected! 1 n, "Hi
: O. H. Pinker spent Monday In finding thit the aHei.8ed value of For I'nlted "Slate" Senator. from the August 24. 1040. for being used In I (}overl1or to appoint one additional I l 1940 fi, ,.,n', e'I' <'
Gainesville with Mrs. Parker's till taxable property of such Jlntrlct State nf Florida for a term of the violation of Section 9, Chapter,, 1R' IT RESOLVED BY THE Justice of the Supreme Court and itrli-ls. - ,
I acrordlnir to I the last. aBHeMHnier.t six years from Jan. 3. 11)41. I I 1H.101 Laws of Florida. 14:19: and !I LEOISLATUHE OF TilE STATEOF he .shall hold office from the date and th.., '..
son, Frank Stokes. i(t for slate' and County pur- ; For Seven (7) Presidential Elec- that It l Is the. Intention of Thos. FLORIDA: I of his appointment until Tuesday dlstrlrtih.iU< ) f ,, ''dd "'

Mr. and Mrs. L.V.. Sowell piiBfn |I" 32i01.ou: and further tors. I '\'". Long, Dlrei tor :State Beverage Section 1. That the following after the first Monday In January I and theiMin/ bit'
llnilintr. that I he existing Indebted- For one Representative of the Department of Florida Tallahassee, amendment to Article XVI of the 1)43! and his successor shall "lju four '''''' "
: of Micnnopy were visiting Miss.. 'neMB of mild dlHtrlct U $00.00 (t that Second Congressional. Districtof Florida, to sell the property' above' I CoiiHtltutlon nf the State: nf Florida elected. at the general election In and y.ii- ,, n,, "
e May Mott Sunday. I i I 11 In to Hay : : no Htich. exlMtlnw the State of Florida In the described: at public sale In front relating to Miscellaneous Provisionsby 1942 to hold office for a term of "'olutni compeiisnu"J issiuii'i-' '
.._r. IndebtedneHH)).r'i, : that "the amount Seventy-Seventh Congress of I of the Court House! Starke, Florida adding thereto an additional. six years beginning Tuesday after by law"' 1h II u b. rt,
______ Mr. and Mrs. I... A. Mott of of bondM BO proposed to be iHKuedIn the United States.,! at rO:00: A. M. on October 9, Section to be known as Section 32 the first January 1943.

_____ High Springs and Mr. and Mrs. within: the limitation providedby For Oovernor of the State of 1O40.! I of said Article XVI specifically applicable (d ) The. successors. of the Justicesof A JOINT:; ;;i :rT
the constitution and of Florida. The ,
law State the {)
Beverage Departmentof to the creation of a Commission Supreme Court shall be
Hugh Rahn of Ralford spent Sunday 'I fr'lorfda and that the l issuance of For Secretary of State of the Stateof Florida reserves. the right to re- authorized to grant paroles elected at the general election next IX log of to the Am"lId R""lIonlo,
with Mrs. J. R. Mott. bonda as prayed In said petition lanecemiary Florida. ject any and all bids. or conditional releases or probationof preceding the expiration of their ot Florida lIali I ullon 01 tl>
I I For Attorney General of the Stateof All persons claiming any right or prisoners under .supervision is respective terms of office but In I lion ot H"\lIIIK 'ii Ih.l
J Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen attended BR IT nKSOI.VEn by this The Florida. Interest In or to said property or hereby agreed to and shall be submitted event of a vacancy In offlc* of any Taxation Certain I'rllp.n,

_ church services at Waytall' Board of Public Instruction for For Comptroller of the State of I any part thereof are hereby reoqulr..d to the electors of the Stateof Justice and the e be an unexplred BE: IT: :
the County of Bradford. State of Florida. to appear and make such Florida for ratification or rejection term the successor shall be elected Itrcsoi.VED lit
Sunday. It In For Treasurer of the State of claims within thirty (30) at the next Ooneral Electionto for the balance LKUISLATI-KB: OK) THE ,
________ Florida that expedient and : days of the unexptred OF FLORIDA
I Mrs. Chas: Hardy. Jr. was for the bent interest of said Special Florida. I from the date of the first publica be held In 1940 as follows: term. I Article That SMta" .
Tax School:: DlHtrlct No. 12 of Bradford For Superintendent of Public In. tion of this n,1a"/ provided for "Section 32. The Legislature may Section 4. (a) The Supreme Court the IX of the Coiutltn'
______ honored with a miscellaneous .,struction of the "State of FlorId bv Section' 13 State at Florida ret ,
___ County Florida that this Chapter 19301 Laws create a Parole Commission empowered may hear consider and determinecases 'the "
shower at the home of Mrs. Edna Board on behalf of said district: a. of Florida, 1939 to the State to grant paroles or conditional and exercise all Its pow..rsand from, exemption f "eriiio ti
do issue and .Hell bonds In the For Commissioner of Agriculture Beverage Department of Florida at releases or probation under jurisdiction taxntlur I h. and ,
Crews Saturday of last week. The ) I of the State,! of Florida. as a single body l U hereby amemled anduJ
amount of $2.790.00 for the purpose) Tallahassee, }Florida or all such official supervision to prisoners or In which case a majority ot the In .
_ house wan attractively decorated as stated In said petition aboverefereci For Two Justices of the SupremeCourt rights and Interest In and to said persons charged with criminal offenses members of the Court shall constitute ted agreed t I",< au' . to
of thc '!1. '
___________ with arrangements of garden to. and, For One Railroad the State Commissioner of Florida.of property shall ivHHe. and'. terminate. and may provide for the a quorum for the dispatchof Florida nt I thi r'.'jt!>f ihft. i.
THOS.: \\
__ BE tT PtIHTHEn 11ESOIVKD' : the State of LONU. qualification and method of select- business; or It may exercise Itt Inn to h. -h" ?n
Florida. II..M
____ flowers. Games and contests were Director StaU llvverage : flu-..
Depart Ing the Commission members and
that .said bonus .shall be In the For State Senator for Fifteenth ment powers and Jurisdiction In divisions. day ai'tu'u< I th, fir", Mj.vemtier ..
of ,
entnveil bv all.Mrw. I denomination'' of $2511.00.! and shall Florida Tallahassee, Flor for their term of office the lengthof '
Senatorial District nf thus_ State. ida. t I'Mtt u $ ,I. i ratjjji. ;
bear date of October let 1940. with of Florida.- - -- )-6 6t 10-4 which shall be wholly within (b) The Circuit Judges shall at rejection l

Hardy HonoredMrs. IntereHt thereon (and provided by For One Member of the hones of the discretion of the Legislature." all times. be subject to call to the :Said, 1 HI .1: \nl,1I

Hardy received many said bonds without attaching In.I""t I Representatives of the State of NOTICE OF KI.KC'TIOV: Supreme Court by that Court or anetuuit'i'iuuu' 'm u \
coupons thereto) at I the rate Florida. A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing the Chief Justice thereof, and dur I
_ beautiful and useful gift!'!. WIIEHEAS I: The Legislature of to-wlt
of B .per cent per annum payable For ('", ""nlY Judge. 19311), under the CoiiHtlttitlon! of 1885, an Amendment to Article IX of ing the call shall be members "Sect., liin', ''I pi fkt! |"| .
_ Later In the evening tasty refreshments on the lot. day of April 1 and the For Sheriff. of the $Htute--f Florida, did the Constitution of the State of thereof as ILIIM<'ellLte justices to act empt fniiii uixn' ,
let day of October of each For Clerk of pass I Florida Relating to Taxation and In place of any absent disqualified ; : Ir.p
I, of apple pie I with year the Circuit Court. six Joint Resolutions proposing the valu't'1 K HunJrtd.i;
and such bonds to become due and Knr County Assessor of Taxes amendments to the Constitution of ditional Finance, by Adding Thereto an Ad I or disabled. justice or for assignment to every wldi, \\ r ,i d') fI't.
.whipped cream and tea were payable as follows For Section Authorizing the to a dlvlxlon but division
: Tax; Collector. the "State" of Florida, and the same I no son who if i i 11: ',dertt
( served the many guests by the $250.00 principal. (that i Is to ..aY1 I For County Superintendent of Pub. were agreed to by a vote of three- Legislature Allocate of and the Distribute State of Floridato the shall Include more than one circuit'' the SHU.." .n.I It nt i I lij
to judge. A
I one of said bonds) In each ot Ito Instruction. fifths of all the members elected Several I division shall consist of been diNiiblcil I ntac\" )r ki,
Crews and Mrs. Counties of
hostesses Mrs. the
Certain three
For Five State: members of said "
the years 1943 to 1053 both In- County Commissioners. to each house; that the votes on Excise Taxes Now court exclusive fortune
For Three Members of the saul Joint Levied and of the Chief Justice and The ,
( Roy Green. elusive on October lot In each County Resolutions were entered Collected and to Be Hereafter Vote i- roe
.. of .said years; both principal and Board of Public Instruction. upon their respective; Journals, Levied the judgment of a division concurr..d withlId prop iprl imrnci
Mr. and Mrs. Rural Dukes of and Collected
For Justice of the Peace. In and for the by the Stateof In hy the Chief Justice shall anti the
Interest payable at Florida Bank :::Iht yeas and nays thereon, Florida. I'lmvam' Jilar Ui"'
: Dukes spent Sunday with Mr. and at Stark... Storks: Flu.BR the following Justice Districts they did determine and direct BE F!' RESOLVED BY TilE be the Judgment of the Court Unless return thereof thai' be it<
: Mrs. Green. IT FlIllTIIEn HKSOLVKD via: that the .sald Joint IteHolutlons. he ISLATI'RB OF THE LEO- such case Involves (1) capital I to t he nanuegulallnnii- rHtrlctlona
Roy that an election be and the same. No. t. I .submitted to the electors of the STATE OF punishment or (2) the determina n> are proiided
Mr. Kdd Gainey of Plant City hereby called, to be held at M. In Testimony Whereof I have State at the Ueneral Election In amendment FLORIDA: That to Article the IX following : tion of a State or Federal constitutional for fenenil 1 <'!hal tloiif. In Ibt
relatives here over' Johns store, New River Florida hereunto set my hand and af November 1940. of the question wherein shall of Florida
was of
visiting .
II. the State of Flor be
the 30th day of September: A fixed the CJreat Seal of the NOW. THEKEFORE. I. R. A. brought Into controversy the IN TESTIMONY WHBPd\
the week-end. /State of Florida at (ORAY ,! relating to taxation and finance ,'onMUtu tlonailly of a. Federal. .
11140, to determine whether said Tallahassee Secretary of Slate of the by or have .roullt. wi! nand '
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of bonds shall be Issued as herein the Capital this the 16th day State of Florida., do hereby give tional Section to be thereto an addi State statute rule regulation or affixed 'ii. (Crfit!
I described and that at such election nf August A D.., 1940. notice that a6&KI4IIIL, tion known as Suc municipal ordinant.e, or (3) there the State of FlunliTallahu ;
Baldwin few I (I.. S.: ) 15 of said Article IX. authorizing be a dissent to
are spending a days I the question. to be submitted R. A. GRAY. KI.KCTIOV the Legislature the proposed judgment >Ke the Vapli.,
with Mrs. Baxter's mother Mrs. shall be "For Bonds" and "Attains Secretary of State will be held In each county In of Florida. of the !State of a division by u member the let day of Auguit
t i. Bonds,' and. T HON. A. O. ANDKKU Sheriff' Florida on Tuesday next succeedIng allocate and distrIbute thereof or the Chief Justice, or (4)
__ R. R. Lewis. BH: IT FURTH ER nBSOLVKD Bradford County. 9-6 9t 11-1 I the first !Monday In November the State to, certain the several excise counties of ordered by the Chief Justice to 8F.Ar.1940. R A ''illAT

Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen that there. be and are. hereby op.iointeci taxes now be considered by two divisions; S-9 13t 11-2 Secretary!
l and designated the following -
made a business trip to Gaines as Inspector of such election

ville Monday afternoon. to-wit. K. C. Priest O. O Mlzel 1
anti II. L. Johns and (I. W. Andrews - CaU'he Fire .as. Clerk of such .election all

The home of Mr. and Mrs. of whom are hereby. determined to
be duly qualified therefor.
Johnnie Molt caught fire Wednesday |! BE; IT FUKTHEIt RESOLVED: r&WC I
afternoon. No one was at' that the Secretary of said Board
he and Is hereby directed
home but :Mrs. Mott. The fire the foregoing? resolutions. to and cause the __

started on the front porch. How Notice/ of Special: Klectlon hereinafter
.set out be
to published In
the fire started
no one knows the Bradford County Telegraph a

very little damage!; was done. duly qualified newspaper publishedat
Slarke: In Bradford County Flor OLD
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crosbyand I ida there belnir no newspaper publiHhed .

family and Myrtice Crosby i I In Bald Special. Tax School

spent the week In Greensboro I lication PlHtrlct 12 for, and a period that such nf pub four ITS ILB

visiting relatives and friends.. | consecutive weeks. beginning on _

Don't forget Sunday School the SOIh day of August 1940 and
said Notice of Special lection ____
: Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.1 being:
| Notice Is hereby given that
There will b9 no church servicesas a
Special': Election Is hereby called New Olds Special S'
as It is the fifth Sunday. and will be held at M. I. Johns

II I'-T. .\. To Meet said Store,Special New. Illver Tax School Florida. District within 4-Door Sedan, $945

The P..T. A. meets Wednesday No. 12 of Bradford County. Florida,
October 2nd. All members are I on the SOth day of September A. I' JSame( model Eight,$$98
n.l 1940\ and during the hours prescribed

urged to attend as business ofspt'clal I by law for holding( "generaleit'ctitns. ____________
Importance will be die at which election thequslltled
electors who are free
cuatied. I holders residing In said district

: ,_ I Miss Fisher Honored shall by their vote deterniinewhether -
The Ilimrd of Public Instruction 'Jp
__ The faculty of the Rrooker of Bradford County Flori -
j Junior High School honored Miss i ., on behalf of Said Special. Tax: .
'School District r't). 12 .shall 'Issue
Francine Fisher with a surprise bonds In the sum of $ ,75LOO In UI

birthday party at Gold Head accordance with the foregoing rest _
lotions and as dascrlbed. therein.
Branch Friday evening. About S. H. Sparks moved the adoption --

twelve boys end girls from Lake of said resolution which was __ 4
1 by J. H. Moore and said wh'
I j
Butler with their principal Prof. 1( resolution was put. to a vote and

Harold Preston were guests of unanimously adopted with all memo

Miss Fisher. Welners, larsh- ;I I her. of said Board present. andvoting _____________ .
I 1 "Aye" and none "Nay. IUIL_
mallows and cake were served. I.KWIS: -5-i--_ 1
|I JII'i;
( Chairman of The ; of Public _
Don't miss the play "Two Days i Instruction of III'ad ford County, : : iL.

To Marry" to be given at the FlorlI a. _

school auditorium Friday. October '\I Attest WK' ,: MIDDLETOX. 6 2VEWLZNESFOlflhj

4th. The faculty and other well Superintendent of Public Instrurtlon 3 SJXES. 1Ii1i
!! of 3cTs\
_ known' members of the Brooker Bradford County Florida
and EADIn
ex-offlclu; Secretary of said AIEEADIB Styling AH Engineering! I
community are presenting this ,,1I"rll. -
In Size Comfort
'. play which l Is 'very entertaining.Come CORPORATE; !'IP.H.830 Bt 9-27 "k
%(I'I'lC''l With all flags flying, Oldsmobile .e ,

out anil, spend u pleasant Notice ,Is hereby given to all 1941 with the most complete line of

e' onlng and also help our school. whom It may concern that on the14th its prices that set new wheelTT: _ _ _ _ _ _
day of Outntier 1941 1I. I will _
''' apply to the County Judge of of value even for Oldsmobile.
; Bradford" County for discharge. as. Oldsmobiles are biAclfeot'-wlth
PINE LEVEL I' Administrator of the Estate: of longer
Earl Cuok. Sr. base and wider tread. They're
Ity 11rII., M. 1\ldt"e more power I
This the 6th day of September' ful-with a new 100 H. P. Econo-Master
1940. _
The revival meeting will begin Early Cook. Jr., Administrator. Engine in all six-cylinder models and Olds'

at Pine Level Church next Sun I 0-6 4t 9-27 famous 110 H. P. Straight-Eight again in _ OFFJRI0
_ 44LZ
day night September 29th. There all Eights. And,crowning all other advance \
:\o'rlC'I''] OF \PPI.lf' ''''10''<1 ments all Olds _
/ for
will be all morning through and the evening week with services .KOIl..... '1"-Hill\: %IIKRIIH ..- lien with the amazing Hydra-Matic 1941 are Drive offered I ____________________________________ _ L s """

dinner on the ground the follow That i... ct. Duncan holder of Tax DRIVE

ing Sunday. Certificate" No. 31'11. .Issued. the 2nd.. -. .
day of September A. D. 19.15. has
filed same In mv office and has T--- a. .\ ."., ATO CLUTCH! NO SillMorethanjustafluidcoupbng
made\ application I for a tax deed to Illustrated above
NEW RIVER be Issued. therenn Said certificateembraces Sedan : Dynamic 6 Cruiser 4..Door

By Mrt.! O. E. Crosby the following described. $1010. (Same model Eight *
property In the County of Brad ___ Illustrated at left: Custom $104 ). more than an automatic
ford "State" of Florida. to-wlt _- 8 Cruiser 4-Door :" B
:Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and : _ __ Sedan, 91135* (Same .ionOldsmobUe''S exclus
_ 1 Lot 114ft.. N ft H by 50 ft __ model Six $1099 corot
children RobertTard.. Mrs. W. I E A W. i.: of A, adjoining BIk 1. ___ Sedan ). Matic Drive Is *
Temples Addition to -- __ _ PRICES BEGIN AT prices .tut at the
Starfce See 9898.OCfO eliminates
B. Lazenby. and Mrs. J. T. Dow- I' tlon 18 Township ( South. Range _ ___ *de/i"ered Lsnsing Mieh both It It

c ling attended the Singing Convent 22 East., ___ $ 5"-".poron based and gear hiftef
on rail
'_ tion In Lake City Sunday. erty The under assessment the said of the certificate said prop Issued ____ _ 5 J.e rate.. and local fez.. tif driving, step* up pertorw... oidsff

jiy Fonnle Crews was visiting in I was In the name of Mrs. K. ___ any), "'" '''Pa"1 and 'aV ____________ FOR "
H. Smith.: __________ SPECIAL SIX CCC,ssor4sa.zra ever v>
Live Oak one day this week. I'nless. said certificate shall be ____ BUSINESS COUPE: subject to Fries. bile more than etIa

r :Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Crosby and redeemed according. to law. theproperty ____ ''<" A CENCItAL change wr/louf no. ahead! *O3jOfll at
i described therein )
will be _
children Lake .
were visiting at !
sold to the highest. bidder at the

Butler recently 1 I courthouse. door on the first Mnn- __ ICARTIIAT HAS EVBRYTHING'242
duty In the month of
October. 1940.
L : MISS Betty Crosby was the 'iMhlih Is the 7th day of October _____
week-end finest; of Miss Velma 1940.

,., Norman of Water Oak Sunday. I I 1910.OFFICIAL.Dated. this SOth, day of August TorodeChevrolet

\ Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hulslop ( I '. r.IIt)ourt'of' Thomas Company

and son, Fred we re guests of Clerk of r Bradford
,' "r County Florida.. ,-. it u-. STARKE




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radford High School Journal fly HAMPTON Mls Ada Nlmrnoih'nnl'onIAwa fly GUM Miss Elisabeth BRANCH Ilartwge '&

Mr. and Mrs. William Grover

Avery Dennison and Miss Pearl! and sons', Jimmie and Daniel and

E 1X I I"UII\, o'tI'TI'\lIum:: : :27, 1910 NtlfJElt RIVENS. :\/ Dees were quietly married last I Mrs R. C Grover all of Miami i.V

__ _U_H Saturday morning at the home of i were visiting relatives here over '
JOt"RS.\L STAFF Judge E. K. Perryman In Starke. the week-end. .

Jack Halle First Foo tball ;'Senior Play The bride was attired in alovely I Mr. and Mrs Harvey Edward

.Chlpt Detty Green ; Game Tonight navy blue silk crepe with and daughter of Canal Point were

Editor Opal Pe'ele I Friday Night blue accetisorles to match. I visiting relatives here a few days. ",

ports Buddy Davis Tornadoes To Meet I Huge Success Mrs. Dennison Is a slater l of I Mrs. L. L. Conner and daughter .' t,

porU; Sadie PrinceS Mrs. Kthel Jones of Hampton. Miss Klna, returned home : 'r,

Peep Grace Green Green Cove SpringsOn I Pep Squad Gets 9F News I The Senior Play presented in Mr. DennIson Is a son of Mr. I Wednesday night after a two ; Ci I

S scoul Mack Futch New Field Cheer LeadersAt I the B, H. S. Auditorium last Frl-, and Mrs. Charles M. Dennlson. :,weeks visit In Tennessee with ; ',;

Melba Moody I The senior play Is now checked day night, turned out very suc Both are very popular and have ,: relatives. III :

sue Ib Lillian BarnesB Well, tonight is to be a big one a meeting of the pep squad off our "Must see and do" list, | cessful. 1 I a host of friends who wifth them I II Mr. and. Mrs. Hern Thomas and 1t':1,': .

Iris Crews for B. H S. For our first foot- inst week, the cheer leaders for and was It a wow! We really en-,I One reason for Iff. beln/or'/ success much success and happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas of ):,.
Marie D. and ball game: of 1940, we meet our the football season i Joyed it, seniors (and Juniors). was the fin ft cooperation I I I They will probably make their RUIng were in this section Sat- ((lt' .
were chosen
Ferrol Jones i neighbor, Green Cove Springs! You made a good ,showing. I I that was received from the players home In Jacksonville urday afternoon ,I\ '

LouIs Jordan Last year Sour first I They are : Freddie Wimberly, How about this sandwich sell- themselves. These. students]I The Rev. and :Mrs. C. 1<:. War |I Rev. C. A. Crosby of Brooker

Edgar Wilkinson also with Green Cove game was I f Dorothy Green, Sadie I Prince Ing. Juniors you have us all I worked faithfully with an excellent : ren, who have been for several was visiting T. N. Norman: of j r ,
Springs, I Nina Bishop Lorene Moncrlef, We that If months In Mnnonnahel1, Pa., returned '
ntMal Importers and we started off with a wrong flggered we spirit and a wholesome interest this section Thursday ;.,,1,'
\\'JIsend, Jeanette Parker beating them 14-0. bang- I land Carolyn Green. We are sell two days out of the week to their home here last I|I Those visiting at the home of ''t.t' '
[proud of our new leaders and we and dell two days out of the Friday. They report a pleasant
We have I I The Seniors wish to take this Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae and :'.:
a pep squad this yeartq' know that they are very efficient week, we'llv Boon have all of Bradford I chance to their sincere trip i family at Pine Level Sunday ,./ '
Editorial proud of, and we're sure and will do their best. Kirk Dees of Plant'' '.
High eating sandwiches at and family
that appreciation to all those who attended I were: Mrs. W. P. Carnage, Mr. i
they will furnish all pep that It was decided the cheer leaders recess. So we'll both do a big and especially to the John City were visiting friends and J. A Harnage, Misses Leila and ':,
ME is
:SEEM:: TO necessary to win the game. "will wear purple skirts and yellow -, business. What about it? I I H. Denmark Furniture Co., for relatives here last Saturday. I Geraldine Harnnge and Billie '(: '

borliness 19 a wonderful The B. H. S. Band, under the sweaters, while the pep So with thIs (a II Lowell so generously lending the furniture Ray Spangle one of Tampa's Harn.ige of this section, Mr. and r""

Lien In trouble direction of C. W. Bates, will ; squad will wear all white with Thomas would say), so long until needed. business men was transacting Mrs. William Grover and sons and a1 I ;

5 we depend get on our I also be on hand sporting those I purple and gold sashes. next week I business here this week.M. Mrs. R. C. Grover of Miami. \', ;.
always pretty new uniforms and trying Everyone la urged to Join the L. Watterson Is building a
Inds to help -Virginia Sewell reporter. "It" J. S. Sapp attended church at 'i. .
aDd! neighbors to put as much spirit Into the pep squad and help ua to really Happened HereIn second story to his large residence Way fair over the week-end._
ScIlo (I game as possible. I give some cheers that will show ChatterboxCouldn't on Church Street. In It is Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Shaw and y)(, ,
we have these neigh- .. Speaking of will the active spirit of dear ole Brad- English clans Monday mornIng included a hull and a tourroomslerplnJt' children of the State Farm were .1..l

ui whom do we count asL also see some mighty pretty ford. T give the low down i Grace Green hd a pencil porch.M. visiting Mrs. Shaw's parents, Mr. .:

Is it the person who purple and gold ones on our boys -.Ida Lula Davis, reporter. on some of the you girls and boys this long I The point broke M. Matchett ii* completinga and Mrs. L. L. Conner Wednesday 1l/
the one we' \\
|xt door or tonight. With these and those I I until Friday night at the play so she pranced! up to sharpen her lurge automobile "hospital" by night. ;
fence 11! / HTihe
I to over the back ';white helmets, Educational Film I the side of his home on East Mr. and, Mrs Tlllea and p :
whom We they make us ] and dance. Believe me I really pencil. But alas' she became' so Wesley I f
19 our neighbor plenty proud of I' Main Street. It will Boon be and Mr. and Mrs. Arzxon )y;
our teum. have them now I 1 Why keepit interested in the mlsbehavlnga of family ,,111 j
to in times grief or I Let's all show o u r football The motion picture machine a secret Here I go: two or three girls else! forgot to ready for, business I Tilles and baby, nil of Plant City ;:

squad that we are pulling for which Bradford, High has greatpride Sadie I'rlnce--Buck Crawford stop sharpening her pencil. Iliiinu HIM 1I.111.on were recent visitors", here with I:";
: to have these' in Is I Hampton Is on a boom becauseof relatives ;
very them by filling that ball possessing now goingto i '
park Dot Green-Joe Lnnder. When suddenly she< felt a harp '
5 if you\ Just try to full. give us scenes and knowledge I the Southern Railway buildinga I Mr and Mrs Loran Conner ': :
Iris Crews-Potts Walker. pain Looked down and there
hem, A world of good'v I I that we may record In our minds ,I spur truck about four miles were visiting: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. t.'f
Remember the time, 8:00: o'- LoraIne l\IoncriE'f-Garland Godwin was her finger In that pencilsharpener ""
world.I south of here to start at Theressa
Is a peaceful J' and refer to for future reference. Shaw at the State Farm Sunday
clock and the prices 25 and 50 and (there she wastnndlnJt' and ,{
northeast to
I be good neighbors. LetL Those of us who have little Imagination run connect Mr, and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were
cents. Season tickets are also ;' T. Bitch there turning that
Betty Strlngfellow .
with the roads at
Camp Blandlng.Many
Joy and good-will every- and who !have studied visiting in Gainesville Monday
bout us remembering that, available at a bargain. ] and studied trying to make ourminds Muriel Hall-Sam Simpson.Ida handle for all she wan worth. It's of the road employeesare
i needless tell that she
Lt spray the perfume of : picture what our eyes are Lee Cone-Billy Plummer. to you stopping here, as It Is nearer Typewriter ribbon otr all kinds

a on others without geteW PhysiognomyFACIAL reading can now see some of Dancing away to the haunting, stopped that In a blow sortuva than they can be otherwise. The for Mile at the Telegraph office. "::4

drops on ourselves. I these things clearly on the screen)!lilting music of A W. Anderson. hurry. boarding houses are filled to the

FEATURESFor In the Auditorium of Bradford The girls were very pretty. Say- limit, also the private homes have villa this week r't
High. Ing nothing of the nice looking new net, Grace In her tafatta taken all the boarders that they John Guy, principal of the
entary Echoes an explanation: physi- high school boys. with the quilted Jacket Jeanette, can conveniently handle Brooksville school, was a recent

ognomy, the art of knowing the Blue seemed to be the most and Muriel in very pretty blue Misses Ada Nimmo and Ophelia guest! of his parents, Rev. and '
SECOND GRADEr characters of the face, says that Junior Class News outstanding color. Sadie in her dresses too. Bryan were shopping in Gaines- Mrsv James T. Guy
| Duncan, has had his our posture and lineaments tell ) r

[removed and will not become accurately what we are. There Is I This week we asked several t!" '

I to school for sev- a great deal to be learned abouta juniors this question: "What do ,, ... :'Id
j}'>. person by looking at his face. you like more than anythingelse ''

I week we are starting tour This week we shall discuss large ?" Here are the answers they J I.

mural-We will have.noses.I gave: t.,

I In many new interesting suppose you have heard that Douglas H.-" "Visiting the principal's Sfors ouf.- 9tf ,!:*

8 i In our picture. I a large nose is acquired by keeping office. ore ; I i11.d'
Pat Loudon-"A certain
Rosier brought to our it out of other people's busi- grey 1:'

new Guinea Squash Itike ness. But, be that aa it may, a eyed, rosy cheeked Senior." .'' ,.' '
Freeman R.-"Good Gulf Gaso- r
a gourd. large nose Is not an undesirable line." I ,,"I!

-Mr Ritch, teacher characteristic, a bad feature, as ;' ,r '
Bertice S. "Football
some people are prone to think.A games s, I t ;'
and Ice cream." 'Ii sdtn19g1'a 'k((
have an aquarium/ In our > !
prominent aquiline nose Indicates {
= S I hS
Eunice S.-"A person with nice S k5' :. t
[In It are snails, gold fish great moral courage, capac- ; pll PoM TtSt Stitt r;<
[turtle. We have planted ity for Industry and adaptability.The manners. '\ ';t!

els among the shells Ind. person is usually agresaive, Margie oI.-"Gre'y"Fords with ;h
white side wall tires.
We watch the fish
( has the ability to go ahead and \ j''
In and out of the Frank C.-"Glrls.
jig do things.Of '
Carrie Bell-"It's hard to tell." ., ;
back and forth I \
] darting course, this one feature NIl ;
Dorothy N.-"Chocolate candy.
Igh playing tag. The alone does not make or break a 'Jt'
'at I the sea weed and haver person, but Thomas T.-"I wouldn't know." t'r ,
: eggs on the side of enough to posses it, rememberthat ,? .t
artum. The snails have it adds greatly to your char- Lawton" "Something goodto 1

[pegs They travel slowlyfoot acter and personality. eat. "
Alvin-"Being In a hurry.
and carry their| -Marjorie Thompson. :
(I Shirley M:,-"Recess and noon." ::1
wherever they go. i' ,
f c
Frederick the ,
-"Working on
ere one turtle. His name j
What Is Your Rather than to "
railroad. (
go ,
: He has learned :
Tracy \
TAil it tfacydnnh CENTURY : ::8 food Is placed in the* Greatest Desire? I i I school) '
aid eats it quickly.Mrs. Here are several prominent .. .f:

Prevatt, teacher. Darrah Johns-to be a surgical couples seen on the campus. '
I Shirley and Marion
nurse and marry a sergon. "We'll
I Novls and Robert. You'll learn here's lower-swung
News have a cutten up time
Agnes Rimes--to be a nurse "Jack" and Enos. weight a better, steadier, softer f ,
Frank C. and Emmalyne.June .
Inquiring reporter has and marry a doctor. D. and James R. .'seee, SUPER that's still ride. r ',

f"y this week trying to I William Baker-to meet Min Harold A. and Pat 1.. the shiningest

tome of the main likes nie Mouse in person. "Jerry" and Douglas.J. st'le-star of the Here are sensatioral new micro- S

f'kea phomores.' of some of the digni- Florence Gloria Nightengale.Buford-to be another E. and Edwina. r 4' season, for all the poise-balanced engines-FIREBALL

|are very Interesting Some of and the I Ida (Dooley) Davis-to drive I Doris Leaton and and Willard.Jean. efforts to duplicate Eights that get extra lift and power ,

reason I list them now, 600 miles an hour and live to tell Folks don't think those Juniors its beauty. wallop from still further progress in !\. '

I may laugh with the resta It, I that have been going around mut- Buick's exclusive Dynaflash combustion '., '
Grider-to graduate
Marjorie tering to themselves are "nut.J You'll principle-here's brand
lay a
from a good college and be a eyes on a
[ Buford likes--A's; dls- cause they aren't quite. They're
CENTURY broader Compound Carbtiretion that
high 'class nurse. new com t
'ouchy teachers. Just learning to say the Gettysburg -
Keen, likes Margie Mathews-to go backto address. Some ofthem are longer, bigger in tines the lift of an extra engine with
water dur-
Missouri for a visit and see all Here tht sprightly SPECIAL
me room; dislikes--"Jook I old friends, whom I haven't still trying too. every way, with economy stepped up a full 10% to 15%/ i;
I seen for six years. Velma, reporter. probably no news to you, an additional twenty-four horse ';

Metcalf, likes--movies; "Buck" McMillian-to revise I IT'S we simply couldn't keep power under its thrusting hood Here are rugged new frames and

-too much noise. swing music and make It swingerand 9P NewsOur those strapping big new Uuicks off'and a UOADMASTER that's its rival new Flash-Way signals I New quiet- ?,

t Perryman, likes--food; to dance with Lana Turner easy Concentric Shifting and new
mathematics the street in action and the
-girls. and last but not least, win all general very picture of
football I classes have been studying a unit super-streamlined Permi-firm steering New lovely
-ge school Flynn, likes--football; our Freeman Register games Jr.-To drivea on Budget for the past 2 weeks. But it's official now: the bright and body lines and new inside room ,

phase of this Is the wise glittering stars of the 1941 sea- y" iness.
1955 nulck. lOne instrument panels
J'1& Hawkins {; ,
likes=P & G of our Incomesthrift.As I
spending <
Dot Green-to everyone son are out-so at any' Buick --io' oil-bath 'air cleaners
new new
I ,
pikes- publicity. have lots of a project along this line we "'!'
love and always
[- friends me and plenty of fun. I tare keeping accurate personalcash showroom you can see the hest a ., r*> concealed running boards-even ,
accounts. We have already automobiles Buick built. ; In
weather. Grace Wagner-I want to pass ever new clocks.. '
"ley ( gotten much valuable Informationfrom !
Colley, likes-books; Chemistry. *>
f James Andrews-to be an en- this. Many of us were sur- You'll see a massive grille a ef Th5 Yes, here are new things galore 'S
'na Phillips I prised to find out how much .._ ,
likes-danclihe gineer or a conductor. f trim speed-stream radiator
money we were spending/ and In modern new features by the
conceited Brown-to graduate
people. Claudia ...QnJt/'III"I-I"u/Su.a
-ula Davis, likes-to drive ,from a good school with high some instances how foolishly we ornament-and behind them dozen-but one thing is old, and

likesLatln> II. I grades and then to become a were spending. We feel, since not one but five series of cars that You'll see a Buick LIMITED that ;is hasn't changed a bit. : ;

Ida Lula Davis, reporter. nurse. we realize this watch we can spend are gorgeously new from dread- close to twenty feet 0(. sheer spa- "y
and our sav-
vings more wisely grow. We are sure that .naught bumper to direction.signalcious luxury top-of-the-line in That's the plain rockbottom fact :;fr', .

News I Do You Know ThatDot I our parents will benefit greatly ing taillight. finish, richness and meticulous. appointment. that when you see Buick you've 'F": .

JOg I from our changed attitudes. seen the best of the bunch.You'll .
over looks sad?
our class of lOS Green never _
-Charles Jones reporter t
'e |have some very inter-I Sonny and Garland make good< spot a SPECIAL that not only J.

)@ople In It. : sandwiches? looks like but definitely is the bigAll I this your wonder-wide eyes Make it the first one you see for '''I, e t

Love"two football boys. Judy Enos Hayes likes loud socks Society Notes gest( package: ( the money has ever will tell you, then your ears begin and save yourself a lot of fruitless i ;fi

McRae and Charles and sweaters? to take things in 'I
have Betty Green waa visiting In bought. looking around. : : ,
their to Silver
hair cut very Velma likes to g 0

ader nd ,It Carolyn was so curly Green! Our Is Springs Buddy? and Enos love History Gainesville Martha Mathews during the and week-end.Ruth You'll size-up a 125-horsepower 1 ;ij: r

(to In Gainesville Sat-
ixs ". good for 0e, Simpson were '} '."
1. Wf "Ttfvtir 'I Shuford likes raspberry,,I urday. '
lode! CrIder'Is David Mary Townsend was visitingat 'stcnrjmg H sir EnfytltftuJiM Sriurmiu, 1M" igckttaa F
the most ? I "'
lipstick aernraAralr..w4wrrl.rria.fapLuauhMrArJ.r1 ,
s Blanding Sunday. rw
You Itv V In our room. I I Stanley and Virginia can jitterbug Selma Camp Thornton was In Live w.wij.jwrt..jardr it uJliI."Fuauta ." "

know Lois New- ? JI01'Od... j js
aJI .. I Oak Sunday. YamiM
boy friend "Jack" Andrews Is attractive? rtaa Of
Michael J.
Jewell always looks dreamy? Enoa Hayes, Dew
:1(1 U blond E. Denmark and Judy McRae attended -
. calling! fall In If Opal found a handsome
football In Lake
wer ?
'* late about four football attraction In Gainesville

lIday.see" "etha had a birth- Ralph 'N. wants his old num- City Lyle Friday Anderson night.was visiting in REGISTER MOTOR CO. Starke
? Florida
oh h"1Ie "Happy Birthday." ber 52, back this year? Rome. Ca., this week-end. :'
"Hi have many E: L baa money
is bashful around MarIon Robert Ward and Novls- Sapp
II".. Shirley attended the Ga.. Fla., and Ala.,

t Or Istant reporter Is Miss? Metcalf (is pretty? (And Singing Convention In Lake City WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD 11tEMchrTF51TFR

RObl aneron, reporter.I I I well liked by everyone, too?) Sunday !



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III SOCIETY and CLUBS Miss Mildred Connor Mrs. Brownlee Class Entertains Still Wanted: :, New Pltarrnari8t '

Becomes Bride Of Sunday School Many More RoomsThe Wllllan ,

James HolfinK&worth L. Brownlee entertained I Sunday onrao ot t
-- --- I I Mrs. H Chamber of Commerce issued JnlB ?
]Miss Dyal and :Mr.: Smith W. M. U. of her Sunday School Of It gSa(
Winning Circle Mrs. J, R. Wainwright Connor, members another appeal to the home penters ,I',
Miss Mildred Louise! Thursday ? 5ntre
United In Marriage Entertained FridayThe Is Hostess Wednesday daughter of H. G Connor of Lakeland class afternoon at a delightful at her party home on owners territory of this Starke week and to surrounding list j mactst M> nrad here II

Honoring Mrs. Chas. Darby and the late Mrs. Connorand 3:30 until five with eyed 1 ph.,, 111" II t r
from :
bites Eula Dyal, daughter of new Annex: : to, the First son Cherry Street the Chamber all rooms, apartments end
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal of Baptist Church was the scene of a James F. Holllngsworth o'clock. The members, who at or houses available for I the I'm,\. ''II:
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright was of Mr and Mrs. F. C. Hollings- department Florid
Starke, and Sbl Smith, son of Mr. beautiful tea last Friday afternoon present are In the primary rental purposes. for tits J.'Sl !,m
_ hostess at a lovely dessert bridge worth of Staike were marriedat be promotedto jpp,.
and Mrs KIrby Smith of Haw September 20th, from threeto will soon aka\
party Wednesday evening at her two o'clock Sunday afteinoonat In the past few days Secretary I 1 I
thorne, were quietly married FrI- five o'clock, when W. M. U. the Junior department. -:1I111111a
said .
home, complimenting Mrs. CharlesA. the home of Mrs. I. W Boring Evelyn Stephens numerous stOre hi ,
day night in Lake Butler, with Circled number One, Three and Early fall flowers were used in 18'
Darby, who prior to her recent In Lakeland! The ceremony requests for Jivingquarters have I present fI18rrltC
Judge; Townsend performing the Four entertained in honor of Circle for this lovely affair HHJ ,
decorating been received. "Next week ITI
marriage was Miss Virginia was performed by Dr. J I) there wtlb 11
,, ceremony. number Two, Mrs. H. L. Fugate. pastor of the First Methodist After playing many games on will be more newcomers In Starke A. DuidepCows

Mrs Smith, an attractive brun- lirowhlee, Leader, who made' the Rosen and other early Fall church, before an improvised altar 1 the lawn the young folk were In. hunting for rooms, apartmentsand I I

nette, graduated from the Bradford highest average Royal Service flowers, artistically arranged in of pink gladioli lavender chrysanthemums -I ivited Into the dining room for houses than ever before," she In ToterlWhen
County High School in the Program attendance during the refreshments. The dining table, said.
bowls and formed the asters and I
vases "
class of '37. For the past few year, and also in honor of the blue overlaid with a lace cloth, was II', III) i
r decorative motif for this The bride wore a soldier Persons renting I the
lovely quarters listed
1 months she has been employed, inJacobs' new members who have come into wool ornamented with centered with a large punch bowl, ing from rIll, 'as Cirri<
affair. the
redingote with Chamber of Commerceare the
'' the Church 'asked ql
Department Store. during the year. surrounded by coral vine. Trays by hara
arrival the soutache braid and made with requested to notify the sea PI'PfI'tJ)
Upon guests were and organization era this
Mr. Smith also received his For this occasion the recreation fullness In the buck and bracelet- holding dainty sandwiches 1 week hh'f\
when the of
has Po'
served dessert
a tempting course vacancy L.
of home made Alvarez :
education at Bradford County hall of the Annex was beau. bon bon dishes
with hot coffee. Bud hoMo length sleeves. Her pompadour been filled to avoid confusion ''lie
; High School and at present if*' tiful with floor baskets and vases vases color, and''candy completed the table arrangements fence I Is temporarily
'I Ing dlnty rose buds centerd each hat was in the same The Chamber of Commerce has a the don!!
s employed at Bland of fall flowers. Seaboard has
Camp Ing. In
her other accessories were been
bridge table. Joining the playersfor telephone,, number 78. con
Mrs. T K. McClane Jr. '1 I of the class include: ing Its new ,
The young couple are making greetedthe dessert were Mrs. J. F. Col- brown. Her only ornament was Members sidetrack and
ment In
their home In Starke.JohnsPeacock guests at the door. a diamond brooch which had been Peggy Ann Wiggins, Betty Ann For the north end
ley, Mrs. A M. Darby, and Mrs sale Adding Machine) and I hope of
The following program directed Morgan Darby. her father's wedding gift to her:'Flynn' Betty Powell, Patsy Ruth Typewriter Ribbons at Telegraph remedied 0 have. the III
: Marriage by Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Leader of'' mother, and she wore a white Hall Norma Sweeney, Vivian office. soon lad< to lit
At the conclusion of the bridge I 50 head ,
t" Circle Four, was well rendered: Mrs. R. O. Kldd was orchid and lily of the valley cor- Hazen Madge Brownlee, Nancy >f 'at.lie the other
Of Intereat to friends here will "What the Winds Tell Us"- game sage i I Lightfoot, dell Landrum, Charles ,
awarded a bottle of Coty's toilet
:: be the marriage of George Johns four little girls and boys. water as holder of high score. Miss Emily Boring, bridesmaid, 'Lawson, Dan and Van Priest,

of Lake Butler, nephew of Congressman Song;, "Way Down Yonder In I Mia Floried Klllingsworth received was gowned In moss green; crepe. Johnnie Garner and Beatrice Bennett STARKE PLUMBING

R. A. Green of Starke, the Cornfield"-four little girls I a small bottle of perfume The high draped neckline was Cl C
and boys, accompanied by Mrs. caught with a rhinestone clip. I
to Miss Kay Peacock of Talla- as holder of low score. The
haMuee. The ceremony took place Ethel Biggs at the piano. 'honoree was presented a box of Her accessories were in brown i U. D. C. Silver Tea Plumbing and Heating

f P on September 10 at Crawfordvllle. Accordlan Solo, "II a r m any dusting powder .and a bottle of and her corsage: was of yellow I musical silver '
An historical and
They will make their home in Waltz"-Jeanette Priest. toilet water as a rememberance chrysanthemums and rosebuds tea, sponsored by the W. T. -SALES AND INSTALLATIONREPAIR
6' Tallahassee, where Mr. Johns lat Piano Solo "Venetian. Melody" of this lovely party. J. L. Hair of Lake City, -

ii ,!J employed with the Motor Vehicle -Saleta Sparks Enjoying bridge with the host brother-in-law of Mr. liollings- |of Weeks the Confederacy Chapter. United, Is being Daughters held WORK A SPECIALTY! |

Department Accordlan Solo, "Beginners ess and the honoree were: Mra. (worth acted as beat man. |I' this afternoon at four o'clock.

I Waltz"--Madge Brownlee. W. C Powell. Mrs R. O. Kldd. Mrs: Holling-jworth, who was ;, Everyone Is urged to attend The
A. J.
Piano Solo, "To Cecelia"-- Mrs T. K. McClane, Jr., Mrs. J. 'born and reared In Covlngton. ')i offering received, will help educate Pellicer Proprietor

Peggy Anne Wiggins. C. Garner, Mrs Guy Sale. Misses I Ga., came to Lakeland about four '' some worthy young man or ,

Mra. L. G. Powell, Leader of Floried and Myrtice Killingsworth, [years ago. She attended Florida .girl PHONE 117

1' I Circle One, conducted a word Miss Martlle Mss! Southern college where she was I I'
Hemingway I a member of Theta Chi Beta, and Located In Building Behind Con\\a "
contest which remitted In Judd 's
a tie Frances Peek Miss Martha Met- Mercer university In Macon. She I M. R. Jr. > Service Sta
between Mrs H. L. Hough and
colt, Miss Evelyn Stump, Misses Is an active member of the Methodist -
Mra. T. K McClane, Jr, Mrs. 'I Mr. and :Mrs Millard R. Judd

Hough winning the prize, a. potted Ruth and Lillian Sternberg, MiHsea church. are announcing the birth of a six,
fern. Hope and Georgia Haynea, Miss/ Mr. Hollingsvtorth has lived In 'i pound, 14 ounce son Millard Ray!I
I (L Starke all of his! life. He attended I,, TRADE AT
Judd Jr. In Alachua
Delightful refreshments of sherbet Abbte Harley, and Mrs. E. L. County JACOBS'AND !
where he
cupcakes and mints were Matthews. Emory university, was 'Hospital Gainesville, Sunday,
served by the following members a member of Phi Gamma literary September 22. Mrs Judd Is the

of Circle number Three: Mrs. W. society. Mr Hollingsworth Is former MIllS Freeda Burnham of I SAVE MONEY
Colson-Mott WeddingOf of the DeWitt Jones funeral -
B. Alexander, Mrs. S. E. Sparks, manager Jennings.
home in Starke, and Jan. 1 WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
S Mrs. M. F; Hazen Mrs. A. E. McKinney LADIES' AND
.; (U I and Mrs. H. E. Tucker. Friends interest throughout to their the state many is will begin of registration hla'duties. of as.Bradford Supervisor New Arrival Saturday MEN'S READY-TO-WEAR SHOES AND Hml

it P the marriage of Mrs. Maude Mott county, the office to which he was BLUE STEEL CARPENTER'S OVERALLS!
Brown-Moseley Marriage of Starke to Mr. Leonard Colson elected In May. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova are PAINTER'S OVERALLS WORK PANTS, AND

__ Alafl It i. an awful Event of Last Sunday'Zack of Jacksonville. The ceremony Mr. and Mis. Hollingsworth announcing the arrival of a son, WORK SHIRTS.
.tmaeJc born Saturday, September 14, In
in offices
was performed the of left during the afternoon for a
8ml UniT OFF won', Brown, Sr., and Mrs. I the county judge at Green Cove week's unannounced destination the Alachua County Hospital in
e trip'ofr
&. .. beak I
Kit nail>> l Edith Moseley, both of Starke, Springs, Monday September 23, after which they will Gainesville. The young man has MEN'S MEN'S

!t.iftalniIN3UMNCS brood>> .:poa.... were married at the home of Mrs. In the presence of the immediate! make their home In Starke. been named David Emmanuel.

tab. the Moseley In the presence of a few families. Out-of-town guests at the wed- HATS
cuHAROLD,.. 0110han..fv friends and relatives last Sunday Mrs. Colson wore a travelingsuit I ding were: Mr. and Mrs J. L. Will Stay Open Later SHOES
morning at 10 o'clock. The officiating of navy blue with harmonizing Hair of Lake City and Mr. and

: minister was the Rev. accessories. Her shoulder Mrs. W A. Brooks of St. Peters- Beginning tonight (Friday) a S I $1.98 $2.93
C. WALL H. A, Spencer, pastor of the "
; corsage was made of lilles-of-the- burg. majority o f Starke merchantswill
Methodist Church. valley and bridal wreath. UP $3.98
After a wedding trip to the start keeping their stores
Immediately after the cere Lawtey W. Hi, U. open until 7 o'clock !in order to
Carolinas and Tennessee! Mr. and I
GENERAL INSURAN Mr. and Mrs. Colson left
mony. Met Last
Mrs. Brown will return to make ThursdayThe accommodate people brought to
I I for an extended trip throughoutthe
this community because of the
PLEAS! PHONB their home In Starke. '
northern states. Upon their ,, Woman's MISHlonary Society i Camp ,Blanding activity.
Mr. Brown Is "retired employe '
I return to Stai'ke they 'will be at of the Lawtev Baptist Church I LADIES HOSE CARMEN
of the O. S. & F. Railway Co.
I I home at 331 N. Cherry St. met Thursday ,!afternoon. of last I Davis, Mrs. Wyrick, Miss Bessie

week at the home of Mrs M. B. Terry Mrs. H. B. Arwood, Mrs. '' Regular

Recent Bride Honored Plummer in Lawtey. Mrs A'. A. Ed Durban, Mrs O. J. Anders, '

Annis, Vice-president, had charge Mrs. L. C Smith, Mrs. Robert 79 C
ANNOUNCING Mra. Edwin Green, a recent of the Devotional which was Campbell, and Mrs. Charles 85c Value

bride, was the honor guest at a closed with a prayer by Mrs. T. Campbell of Leesburg, and Mrs.

miscellaneous shower given at J. Terry. Mrs. J. P. Wyrick gavea M. S. Wyrick of Tennessee 1
the Civic Center in Lake
Butler very Interesting discourse on
The annual Woman Missionary BLANKETSCOTTON
TAXI SERVICEPermit Saturday Sept. 14, by Mrs. the subject of "To the Jew First. Union rally will be held In the

George W. Coleman, Mrs. Annie The hostess then served a delicious Lawtey Baptist Church next Fri '- PART WOOL ALLWOOlI
Mae' Lee and Miss Alta
Rogers. refreshment
course to the
day, October t, beginning at 10
About 60 guests were Invited to following ladle 'present for the

( No. 554) be with the honoree. meeting: Mrs. Annis, Mrs J, E. .


' For Starke and Vicinity Carolyn CallstreetGreetings SEE THE NEW 1941 FORD

", '11'
Reasonable Rates C-Streeters! Korner Is still ,indignant over a t .
Fall la In the air An' what telephone call she got tother day

does It make you think of? . When she picked up, the
Naw-I don't mean sausage and receiver a polite male voice inquired n

PHbne 150 cane grinding I mean foot- "Can ,you tell me if :

ball! First game tonight! Temple Avenue, runs In front of h

I'm all In a dither If your place?" Mrs. G. Innocently -
this cold weather continues all answered "Why itdoes.
yes ,
Us debs, sub-debs, and po t-debll ,'I ." "Well, please catch, tr,
will get to wear our new fall .It and put It In a sack and keep : pM

coats-!If any! | It for me. Ha! Ha! Ha!" the'
Red's Gulf
StationOn The earliest Senior play on I amartcracker replied and hung I

record Is now history ,. Everybody I up .1 thought that one went
seemed to enjoy It ver' ver' ,! out with hoop-skirts, but evidently
State Highway 13 much, 'though I must admit 'twasa some people think that

little early to work up that the old gags are the best gags

white-heat of enthusiasm that after all ON DISPLAY TODAY

precedes a play put on during I] Recommended
t to diversion seekers
-c.--o _..
the last few weeks of school .
? : Starke's
own Judy Canova In
uImuiPiCIAiiMaxwell If I ever decide to get rid of a "Scutlerbrain"soon J. W.
to be at the ANDREWS Jr
mother-In-law I'll choose some Ritz I hear '. '. If you think ,
one besides Martha Mathews! ., that all Judy can do is clown,

Sadie Prince, Muriel Hall, Grace jus, wait till you hear her hit STARKE
Green, and Iris ,Crews looked FLORIDA
the '
House Coffee Lb. 21c high notes in "Ctrlbirlbin"
luffly usherin In their blue)I. She'd make Lily Pons
dresses pon-
der .
Well, at last we had another i
SUGAR 5 Pounds 21c dance--even If It was a hastily, Also recommended: Two swell -

cooked-up affair The Camp I new radio programs (not sponsored -I DO KNOW ?
Blanding soldiers in their uniforms t so you don't get any annoying 1, YOU
1 Irish Potatoes 10 Lbs. 13c sales talk-Flow .
added a bit of color, and I Gently
the affair should have been the'i I Sweet Rhythm (Sunday after- YOU CAN HAVE AUTOMATIC GAS

Steak Any Cut Lb.. - 19c -with answer all to those any men maiden's around prayer. [I noon Society), and of Lower The Chamber Basin Street Music HOT WATER SERVICE FOR A FEW

Errant thought:. How many times t[ (Monday night) Flow Gently ',; ; PENNIES PER DAY. INSTALL A
does Ferrol JOI1N' skirt 'twirl In Us swing !in kid gloves Max-

CemOleoLklOcBest an evening of jltter-buggtn' ins Sullivan, no. less, does the t HYDRO GAS SYSTEM NOW! AND
I; lost [vocals Even If you have t
count at 9.999 Music ENJOY IN YOUR
Master A. W. Anderson came I fto miss your Sunday afternoonride CITY GAS SERVICE

Side Bacon Lb. - lie away from the affair with aswanky t it's worth It The Cham- HOME.
wrist watch for his time Music Society has Dinah

and trouble Course the watch Shore What more- could you Visit Our Show And See The
ask? Rooms
Scratch Feed
100 Lbs. $1.89 will be more'n likely be redeemed, -
but A.' W doesn't care h It Isn't Now that the\Ice was brokenat r, k' Largest Display Of 'Gas Appliance; ;

Seems the soldier boy the Club House' las' Friday : ; *
SAVE MONEY SHOP AT wanted better music than the' (you know its been more than ,-d Ranges ,Refrigerators, Water Heater

dance started off with' (an asthmatic six months since"'we had a dance), Space Heaters In Central Florida.WE .
S. R.
& SONSPhone phonograph). so they of. unnerctand there's to be anotherat

fered to stand the expense of an 1 I the Legion Mall after the FURNISH COM'PLETE HYDRO SYSTEM 15

45 Free Delivery electrical outfit They lacked ,game tonight ,., .,. Looks like
the cash-hence the watch deal we're In for a winter of fun an' Heaters From Why' Buy A Tank? Gas Metered And Billed I Monthlyr

I PLENTY OF PARKIN CSPACE frolic Well. I'm all for It .

FOR CUSTOMERSWe Girls remember that rood- '. No news la bad news for $65.00

looking Hagen boy? Well us pushers of the .pen' Gainesville Gas Co.

Reserve The Right To ,Limit Quantities he's back In town I think So long. 'See you in the Terms To Suit ,
!his name is Dan next THE DEPENDABLE FUELS ,
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CEFTIM F.!! %1. 1040 ....., "' .... COl'NT.. TELEC"\Pl1. STARKr FLORIDA WAGE ..kVitl

r BITS of LOCAL NEWS ; Conscription Bill Analyzed "Boom Town" Coming I I I J 1,1:50:Jacktoonvllle-.Flortda.FOR CCCI will enroll t

I The Ritz Theatre here will be :
\ 1750:
-- - service approximately young men
-- I Here Is a detailed analysis of for a director of selective the first Independent theatre In
Mrs. J. M. I with salary of $10,000 annually. for the Civilian Conservation
recent Brownlee Miss the Burke-Wadsworth! Conscription '
Halle was a Friends of Mrs. R. L. Kemp Florida to show \. G. M:.' star-
\r G Martha Brownlee, and :Mm.! J. E. will be glad to learn that she Is Bill which was finally passed i Section 11.-Provides penal- 1 I: Corps during October accordingto

In /Jacksonville._ Wilson spent Tuesday in Jackson- recuperating after being ill at last week by the Senate and the ties up to five years in prison packed oil rush epic, "Boom an announcement by the State

business ville her home for the past two 1 House 'Representatives. It of- and fines up to $10.000 for officials Town" featuring '''Hedy Lamarr, Welfare Board selecting agency

'fnlng was a -- wt'eks I tidally became a law when President l- ; who falsify medical cer- Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, and i
Irlando Wednesday i i Roosevelt affixed his signa- tiflcates or who participate In Claudette Colbert. George Man i for the corps. The enrollment,
Miss Lucille
In l -- Kennedy spent the I ture early this w *k. I| false registration, deferment or assa, manager stated this week. < will begin October 1 and continue -
of Brook vlllebuslnes week-end In Baxley Ga., with her! Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume spent Section 1.-Declares that "It Is Induction etc., and same penalties The two-hour picture is scheduledto through October 20, the an-

Beacham visitor to Starke parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Kennedy I i Tuesday in Jacksonville as guests imperative to Increase and train I|I for draft evaders or those play here Sunday and Monday, nouncement said and will Increase

I of Mrs. Flume's brother-in-law the armed forces of the United who abet them. October 6 and 7. Prices will be the enrolled .strength of

------ I' and sister Mr. and Mrs. R. W. States" and that "compulsory Section 12.--Increases the pay 15 cents, for children and 40 cents the State to about 5,000.

and Mrs. Walter Wills of Tampa, former Mills.! ;> military training and service" of Army privates from $21 to for adults 'at matinee and night; |

(s"co B Mundy Tuesday in resident of Starke, Is looking I onould be shared "generally," I Ii $30 monthly and of'privates first shows but these prices will In- TO 1IPnOVlUPORT:
pent ; after property Interests here this Miss Jean Thomas returned to i Section 2.-Requires the registration claw! from $30 to $36. elude the federal tax. Cedar Keys-The Navy Department

die week. her home in Tampa last week of all male citizens of the Section 13.-Provides certain has certified ,the $36,399

I after spending the past three 'United States and all mule aliens debt relief benefits of (the 1018 ENROLLMENT: :: AI1OVK 8,000 {I WPA project for the enlargement i:
"if a Duncan and son in W. P. Smith spent Tuesdayand months here with her aunt Mrs.J. residing in the United States who I Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act Gainesville-The University of' and improvement of the Cedar JII ,

are spending today Wednesday near Homervllle, W. Morgan.Mrs. .,are "between the ages of 21 and for draftees and reservists'on ac- Florida has announced that its Key airport, as essential to na- (I ,

vilie, Ga., attending a stave mill con- : 36" ((21 to 35 inclusive) on the tive duty. official enrollment to date is 3.- tional defense It was announced ,:j i,
: vention. ''registration dates to be proclaimed Section 14.-Provides that presidential 152.: At the colse of the opening last week by R. A. Green. This .
Amelia Ray J. T. Amberson of IUr- '
daYeanndd, in by the President. proclamations of .registration week a year ago the figure was project Congressman; Geen said
Wednesday mingham. Ala returned to her
Mrs. Annie Schell of Lake But home last week after a month's|I Section 3.-Makes registrants days shall serve an notice to 3,146'There was no announcement 'had been requested by the United ,

bvllle. ler Is the guest of Mrs. W. J. visit In Starke with her mother liable to military service, but limits eligibles that they must register. as to how many were first year I States Coast Guard as being ;.
I the number that may be in students. Septembey 21 Is the needed to properly and efficiently; .
and son Epperson. Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. T. Kite.
i p shepherd G. A. Anderson. training or service to "900.000 except Filling Station Leased absolute deadline for registration. j carry on operations from the St.
vain -
from a '
ave returned I In war time. Authorizes the It was said. j Petersburg. Coast Guard Station.
Ga. I Miss Marian Dowling student
| Atlanta, President within that limits to N. J. Keen leased his building
Mrs. W. J. Griffin has returned i nurse at Riverside HospItal in
'draft "such number of men as in on Temple Avenue to Frank
and J. B. to her home in Jacksonville from: Jacksonville spent the week-end
Ruth Wednesday Rowe afternoon a week's visit with her niece, here with her parents, Mr. and his judgment Is required." Permits I Stroger of Gainesville and alter- FOR BEST RESULTS .
pent relatives. Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs. E. J. Dowling. persons between ages 18 and ,ations are being made this week.
clennY visiting '138 to volunteer for military ser- When remodeling' is completed, YOU'LL CHOOSE .
,vice. Fixes the training periodat II the structure will be a service
Cooksey of Galnes- Mr. and Mrs. F.V.. Varnedoe Mrs. G. C. White and daughter.
Sallie of Palatka 12 months, except that It may station and cafe and will be operated
were guests of
Lnt week-end here aslesl Sunday Frances, Mrs. Wilbur Marshburn,
the be lengthened, when Congress has by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Id, d ,
: +
Mrs. Varnedoe's
parents, Mr. and and Mona Claire Marshburn all i
Abbie Harley ,
of Miss I \, ; r :'It
Mrs. W. P. Smith. I I of Tallahassee were week-end declared "the national. Interest I Cash of Ocala. .... ::''
Places draftees in I The north wing of the building/
'Imperilled. .
Dan Swindell of guests of Mrs. G. W. Alderman.
!and Mrs I Mrs. J.V.. I I the reserve for 10 years or until has been, moved 20 feet north of .
Wednesdayand Morgan had ns recent -- -- ---- m
nd were guests 'they I reach 45 of the former location and will be 1'' i i4x'1
years age y'
Mrs H. A Lawson. I I guests Mr. and Mrs Gray Mrs. H. I* Evan has returnedto after I +Nh, r,! ,
havo their the local warehouse for Southern
'Ennis of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. her home in Orangoburg, S.C they completed
spent part of I2nnls: of Orlando. after spending several weeks ling period. Provides! : that Bakeries.
ft Witkovskl I tees shall have death and The new station will feature Itrl" 1 I)
Lk m Orlando is the guest -- here with Mrs. Julia Eastman draf.1 i .
ability benefits accorded Magic gasoline' and oils and Mr. Tom- t l
f and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. G. H. Bennett Is spending ,his and Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Lawson. I
.. week In Jacksonville with his the regular Army and Navy. and Mrs Cash and their daughterwill --
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of draftees Western live in the Mrs. Rig S ''Fa.
I mils use to building.
son-in-law and I Z
j W Kincald spent the daughter/; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.. J. 1 J. Murphry -
I Hemisphere and United States Cash will have charge of the res- i
Mrs. G. H. Bennett. : j -
ind In Tampa with her parllr. and! son, James Edward, Mrs.
taurant.Typewriter. .., ::d
A. C. Durden. Arthur Nichols and little daughter. __ ..- ,'__
and Mrs. I I + vt!Ip'',. IIVIIN r
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pergola; Catherine of Palatka were Section 4.-Permtta the President --- l
o\r all klmln --i!{,
Maude Crews of Jacksonpent and son, Kenneth, of Jackson- guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.V. to prescribe the rules and ribbon "r '
the week here. She ville were guests Sunday of Mr. B. Harrell. regulations governing the draft ; for sale at tho Telegraph office. -- -I; t ?t 1 ..t, t 'i ..-

turn to Starke Monday andend and Mrs. Herman Young. I| and provides that State draft I .................................., -
several days here next Gene Long, who has been employed 'quotas shall be fixed on the basisof .
Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., and for the past few weeks at population with credits allowedfor RUMFORD RIDDLES

daughter, Mary Sue were recent the Three Friends Barber Shop those men already in the mili-

guests of relatives ,in Tampa, I' resigned last week to accept a tary or naval service. > What' more popular thanan

ELECTRIC Plant City and St. Petersburg.Mrs. position with a Camp Standing I Section 3.-;;texenapts both from NI-Am.icon football fIUMFOHO ,
taxi service! I registration and from service as -c-
W. D. Dowty returned to I draftees all those who now makeup rt:
ATER PUMPS her home here last Friday after Leslie Biggs has resumed his the armed forces of the United r : il l'lfll'f

spending the summer with rela- studies in the school of forestry ,;I States, including advance course r .
ATH ROOMS atlves In Lexington and Greenup, at the University of Georgia in ROTC cadets of"the senior division :

Ky. Athens after working with the ; also'Coast ,Guardsmen and .
Brunswick Timber Land Corporation diplomatic and tonnular officers f" ?]
H. A. Plan No :
F. and R. L. *,
Mr. Mrs Epperson for the past two months. of foreign governments. '

Down Payment.ree and children of Jacksonville and Exempts from,service but not s y o jl.ffd I }
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Knight; of Mrs. William Brooks Palmer from registration,, men who have R. .,,t

Madison were guests Sunday of and Jim Brooks, J. A. Landrum, I,served three years In the Regular I
Years To Pay Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mr. and and Dewey Johnson all of Inverness -r' Army; NationalGuardsmen,, who <5

Mrs. G. A. Anderson. II were week-end guests; of have served one year's active Fed-

for In(ormationlair! Mr. and Mrs. T Frank Landrum. I eral duty and two additional l.kip ,..d.r-1 h'a.0.....h.ahM.1. A. M. DARBY'S )
Post Card To The Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Wilkinson -Palmer and Jim Brooks remainedfor years either In the> Regular Armyor Iliht for .'.'Y ,..1... *..", tin.. Never I..... ;
and Mrs. H. J. Wilkinsonof bitter .... .....
a longer visit. National Guard on active duty I tun* far MM rxlp bo* Add
[ E. E. THEIS Palatka were guests Sunday! I'National Guavdstncnt o n active lu..'.,. loklni ,....>."D I, Rumterd. *. I. CIIAS. A. LOCAL AGENTS' John M. ,!

of the Rev. Mr. Wilkinson's son |I' Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel duty on registration day who .-....-...-.........-.-....-....... "

feYSTONE HEIGHTS, -daughter-in-law, Mr. and former residents of Starke spent have six yeary,* National: Guard, I
FLORIDA Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson and Mrs. a few hours here Wednesday. service; reserve officers on the

E. M. Thomas. I They were on their way to their eligible (list flr 'abe" years or more.

home In Sarasota after a vacation I I Provides deferred status for
I, spent with relatives in
high Federal and State officials '
NAT SEZ: I>Madison Ga. \including the Vice President Sen-

ators, Congressmen members of "

I am glad to (8<'e that the Tlmrn- the Judiciary etc, "

R1 Union ha finally located Camp CentaWordFOR I Exempts ministers and divinity / ( :l lt.

;t Blending,
I Permits the President to defer
Up to now it was either at Key SALE- Arkansas Mission training for persons employed inessential

stone Heights or JackHonvllIe. ary Strawberry Plants. 200,000( j Industries: or agriculture
stock. O. L. Whitecomb, (,Iu .
good and also to Issue
The other day they a reporter ___
Hawthorne, Fla. 4t to 10-4 giving deferred status to men t Ite'l
down here mid he discovered :' '
with dependents or ,who are' suffering
that it waft near Starke.That' FOR SALE-one large two-story mental of physical disabili
house conveniently located 'uptown '
what we've been telling ties. I 01 .>
all modern conveniences,
| Defer the draft to college students -
Uiem all the time. suitable for roomers. Price
until the end of 1940-41 zai1T
j ,. t.
reasonable. If Interested, write "' t.I
I college 'year, ptovlded the students -
box X, care Bradford County
matriculated by December t.i
Men's Underwear .*,: Telegraph, Starke. 9-13 U 131, 1940.

Shirts and Shorts:?;: ROOMS FOR RENT-Blscayne Provides for'thw' use'on'' other i

Tourist Camp, 2 miles North of duties of persons with an estab- f
e1y lisheil record of conscientious objection
I Hanes .._- --,_ ___-__ 25c Starke on Road 13.202tp to military service.

t t Coopers ___.___.._____ 35c FOR RF.NT--bv Mrs. L. M. GaryIn | Section 6. Limits the calling J'i '

Mansco _ _____ _. ._ 50c ( Gainesville, box No.3.): of draftees to the number of men
I I One six room steam heated for whom Congress has made
AH first class! standard house available at once. One "specific appropriations."

brands and each one worth five room steam heated house I Section 7 Prohibits the pay

the price available October 1st. Adults ing of bounties for enlistmentsand At )" + j 9A
only, no dogs, references re- forbids draftees having others
r quired. Apply to Mrs. Gray at serve for them. '

Full Line Of her Kingsley Lake cottage or | Section 8. -Provide. for re- 9&S ) t ty

!MEN'S WOMEN'S ANT) In Gainesville 9-20 tf Itp employment of draftees when they rt 'r
1 have their
i completed year's services -
RENT-2 furnished apartments
one 3-room, one 4-room.
I half mile north of Starke on Private employers must restore -

Road 13. Apply Mrs. G>o. H. Jobs "unless the employer's A: e r

.1 ,.,favorite Priced reasonablyN Inman, Dr. Herlong's office. ,circumstances have I so changed .
as to make It 'Impossible
with milady'more 9-27 2tp or un.
reasonable." (Employee of the Fed.'
than ever
$1.00 up FOR SALK-1931 Chevrolet sedanin eras territorial and District of
f today. Rood condition. Reasonable.J. Columbia governments will be restored -

( T. Guy Hampton. It to their jobs and State
Seldom are found quality For Fall)) '
Get Ready -' governments are requested to restore -
style and comfort in r STRAYED-one black cow with jobs.

one shoe Ladies' Fall Coats white spots. Marked: crop I In any case, the draftee must
under bit one ear and over be
'still qualified to fill the job
'IJW! is the time All the new tweeds in the slope under bit In 0 the r. and must apply for It within 40

;buy them while late models ward.Branded Green's LG looks Store like, LC.Starke.Re I.days after his discharge from the
Army or Navy. Federal district
:'Priceis only... 1 3t to 9-20
$10.95 I,)attorneys are required to represent -
-- .
FOR SALE-complete four-chair draftees In reemploymentcases \ ,

; For MenHoleproof barber shop, real cheap and ,. without fee and no court iI i .t.c1 ,'r1' :
terms can be arranged. If Interested I coats are permitted to be assessedthe

Sox write Box Z. care ()f draftee.
Bradford County Telegraph I' Expresses "the policy'of Con I"

Long wearingand good Starke.. 2t to 10-4 gr..." that a vacancy occurring Ice-cold Coca-Cola, adds to
In a business or Industry as a re-

f looking GRANADA APARTMENTS. 436 sult of the draft shall not be 1 relaxation what,relaxation t
35c East Orange Street" Gainesville, filled by a member"of the Communist always
f(14gt( Florida Close In*, good location. 'I' Party or the German. I .t
3 pairs for J f'American Bund.* { O needs,-pure, wholesome'refresh-

$1.00TERNBERG Second floor'apartment-Living I Ill Section 9-.Empowers the President s ,
J2.98, $3.95 room screened sun porch two to take over 'and operate { : ment. With each sip of ice-cold

bedrooms dinette kitchen, I I plants on a rental buts, if they

bath garage. Completely re-1 refuse to accept or give priority Coca-Cola you can taste its qual- I F,
decorated. j to defense contracts. Fixes maxi t

Other smaller apartments One I'I mum penalties of three years ity and feel its refreshment.
? bedroom living room kitchenette imprisonment and 950.000 floe l

bath, Furnished. J for 'pUnt managers so refusing. t

Also second floor, unfurnished Section 10.-Permits' the President OTTI TO UNDER AUTHORITY OP Tilt COCA-COLA CO. BY t'

apartment?I new, modern very to let np local boards to STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ,"
desirable. 9-27 U classify registrants and provide..




tRl'D-.... _
'About 200,000 Flor-, Electors NamesTo here With her l1, I

ij. SECTION Subject Be Grouped On Mrs. F M Norman parenti. 1rr
: . I ida Mr. Shot.v.:
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| To Draft Act November Ballot was visiting III <*CJ|
i tllil
RURAL fliNTS FOR THE week-enl, wu ,

COMMON SENSE. hOUSEHOLDPRACTICAL 'I About 200,000 Florida men are With Presidential election In 1\.Ir\ ,(ni l Mrs
r ; within the 21-35 age limits of the offing voters will be interested and lion DQnl1lf' t 1) N
the National
; In learning how to vote for home .n ,
: When a farmer hears unusual School time is here again They will know soon the methods the candidate of their choice. SpendiDg "ml' Jaeksonville: B'
t by which the conscription law Mr. and 'Im. bere
J .. claims about the efficacy of a I with i It comes the necessary I ; 'will be put into effect. They will ,Tbe voter! will not find the Mr. anj, Mrs'; ,RIISSCII s j,

product In curing livestock diseases arations for school clothes. 1 know where and when they must name of either Roosevelt or anti famli ,.Mrs, Ler'JY M
the ballot and ?
Wlllkle on ;
or In producing some other Older boys like cotton register for selective service. cannot visiting MI IUII Branch
cast a vote for either candidate ant' Mrs
.1 dCHlred result, he should investigate -I chlrts and "trousers, made I ; I I One man's chance of being t directly, but must vote for seven man of VllncferbU, : l..oIltJI
1 broadcloth, shantung, abard called into actlce service are 8ilurday1l'Watch
4 before he buys to avoid the I electors. There will be 14 nameson
j and other novelty medium about one In 30, because the national -
risk of throwing his money away the ballot with seven' electors Out
between 21 and I For
cottons which can be tailored. population
and being very much disappointed. I popular choice for the slender j i iis ; 35 years is about 16500000. I I Democratic It is not necessary and seven"for Republican.the voterto I Bogus $10 Bills

And by "Investigate" we mean the cotton Hlack suit made of : i When registration facilities are memorize the names of the

': .. ask thn opinion of some qualified sanforized, color-fast fabric. i established all male persons within electors as they will be arrangedon Government officials'
an attractive color aa a limits must register. !,I Ing citizens are
authority whose business It Is to the age the ballot with the seven
help him and who is not Interested and select all of the other Draft will be on a selective basis, I, Democrats first and the seven to watch fo, eoSlSV111': '

!. .c.. ,;Ifl; in selling any particular ''ments to match and blend I accoring to dependents, emPloy- 'Republicans following. ,this which may aoon be Circulatln lWb
product. In other words atk the it. This offers many in vital Industries and professions -, Those desiring to cast a vote state These have ,;
been "
.. county agent or aome other state 1 in combining the separate I, and other factors. for Roosevelt will simply mark reported In nearby *

;74 % or federal agricultural worker. for variety in outfits I,I I I j: Adjt. Gen. Vivian B. Collins the first seven names listed while lows Description of the notfl ltit
j.sacrificing a pleasing : $10 i
For example. let ua consider The and other State officials now are II those desiring to vote for Winkle Reserve note on the Fed
cotton print for
the many products advertised as"remedies" engaged in mapping plans for will mark the last seven nameson ,*
weather, and the check L. %
sweater, letter
; "j-
for Bang's dtaease, or registration and for operation ofconscription
it the list.
., and blouse in winter are ber 30; back Plate "
I contagious abortion of cattle. I boards in the coun- will plate
,;classic outfits for school The names appear as follows Especially number'
; Thus far, government research ties. noticeable
: Prints, percales ginghams, : in the pi the II
? workers say, no cure has been I When the plans are completed, Paul Appleyard. spelling
t PennsylnI
brays seersuckers, and On the bogus '
i : developed for the disease and, Gov. Fred P. Cone probably will Frank B. Dowhng. It .*
novelty cottons are well "Pennsilvania
unfortunately the only way to for school dresses. Winter appoint local boards, whose work Wallace N. Keith. Placing the with the "I"
eradicate It from a herd of dairy such aa velveteen corduroy, I I begin after designated offi- John Knight. correct "v. '
cows IB to destroy the animals 'daIs in election have I
1 precincts Malcolm McClellan.
; that react to the test. Some gaberdine frequently I Bishop To I
offer warmth without the '\ registrations. The Lewis W. Petteway.Ray Visit
dairy farmers however, have be- will classify the registr Selden.
of St.
expense dry cleaning Marks
come rather desperate when their 'required by winter I i on the basis of availability Bernard W. Corey.H. Episcopal
best producers reacted and have that is, whether the Is .
,These fabrics are practical : person Courtney. The Fea, of
tried products that were advertised St Michael
for immediate active Calvin H.
v suitable for both boys and Draper.
as remedies. 1 I I' inconvenience to All Angels, falling ,Ihll
school clothes.Selection without Roger V. Flory. Y'ar
And the tough part about it I of school shoes I i j I dependents, or whether the per- I Howard Gibbons.A. Sunday, September 29th WID
for a considerable number of I is entitled to have the call W. Hill. observed In St. Mark'
serves careful attention. I \ : Eplar! ,
::3 I :
farmers who have tried these"remedies' ', r Ella R. Miller Church
skimp or sacrifice on shoes with a
1 Is that the disease,'''foot' troubles of most adults | Local lawyers doctors and I The first seven are Democratic Holy Communion celebration of
appeared to die out In their herds, will ad I electors; the laKt seven at eleveJI
"be traced to ill-fitting shoes men serve as Repub-
after using when. In reality, it WHS clock. This service will
and licans. t take
were worn as children. appeul agents. They
only following its natural course the local board members will place of the regular
have little judgment In j parish C
and continuing to spread to other ,'correctly fitting shoes, being without compensation. VANDERBILT munlon on the first Sunday
unaffected animals. '
Before learn- to recognize little than I, The local boards will decide October.
more Miss
Ry Velmu Norman Michaelmas
ing this by hard experience or in-'I as it
too small! shoe. The shoes I t matter of deferred business. traditionally called.
I hashes
vestlgation, however, these farm
be registrant who seeks deferment Among those from this section
bought not more than halt memorated with
I(T ers the have"remedies"waxed enthusiastic and have about/size larger than the child's I 1 I I( have his request handled that attended the Lake City sing- sentiment In English;good; Par den*

given testimonials about them.even although it may mean J i I |I I and advice will be given ing convention Sunday were: Mr. since about the fifth century,

Seeming disappearance of the I them before they are | I him free by- advisory. boards and Mrs. F. M. Norman, Mr. and a tithing day. was a cay of
worn out. Allow two I lawyers. Mrs. Frank Norman and familyand
disease pairs ( ; porate family communlnm.
from their herds after '
shoes, to be worn on I I State officials have cot received Mrs. Sarah Alvarez and chil- On October 6th.
administration R. P.
of the "remedies" j
I days for I' : [ notification about the Con-
comfort Frank A. Juhan
_ has been only a coincidence, research dren.Miss Bishop of f
workers explain. service. Shoes should be simple ; Act and Its operations, Betty Crosby of Rising' Ida will make his annual ,s
neat, and attractive, I I they expect registrations spent the week-end in this sec tion to St. Mark's After lit
usually seems to disappear -I !
colors that the middle of October.
will be
ing Prayer. the
for tion.Mr. Bishop will
a year or so after it I
strikes a herd but most of the with the child's wardrobe, Because of the approaching No- and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe minister Confirmation and pm,
which will make a complete ensemble. : general election. State and son, Samuel were visiting Instruction in
cows still carry it and pass it on prepaiaUog (
to other animals. And abortion expect no difficulty In Mr. Sam Norman and family of Confirmation Is being give!

continues In the herd. I I Choose hose which are half the services of persons I Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. the Rector on Tuesdays at I
The United inch longer than the foot. the State's 67 counties to con- and Mrs. H. L. Normanand clock, and at the Friday nig

of States Department lisle hose .give satisfaction the registration of men. In family of Vanderbilt were service at 7:30.: All are cortte

; two Agriculture of the recently tested 'i are available In attractive general election, there will visiting Mrs. Norman's parents, welcomed at these services and
r "remedies" that were at moderate cost. about 1,400 precincts in the Mr. and Mrs., J. M. Rosier and especial Invitation Is addStarke's
j widely advertised and sold as i with four officials family of Woodlawn
I I working Sunday afternoon families
new to
cures for the disease. They deliberately Supplying each child with '
each .
adequate number of | : precinct. This same the worship and work of
f exposed 97 heifers to
could be used for the Mrs. Eugene Ellis of
that are comfortable Worthington Mark's. Sunday School at
the disease and gave more than durable.and (
half of them attractive equips him registration In October. Springs spent Friday night i Sunday mornings at ten o'clot
;; one or the other of I Persons who refuse to .
I register
the two to take advantage of the
"remedies". The result: opportunities sert&I
the draft will be
94 of the 97 heifers lost their offered at school. upon BOREE FUNERAL HOME
to five

calves State, and federal workers are I I' Florida Will Get I or a fine of $ Imprison-I \ Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 134Ve

have added a late model
I ; to our equlpmtDI
concerned only with serving the Air Fields I I For sale
Adding Machine and
; with special springs for riding."A .
public and If there's a worthwhile : : I )' (' Ribbons at Telegraph easy

development In agriculture they;I The construction of airports|I I ; i 1 HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" G. II. Bennett JlanajBORlGINAt
_ usually know about it. And they and Installation of airport facilities ; I

also know when a "remedy" is under the WlPA participationin 1 ..
not I : I II
remedy. the national defense I| !
reflects a total of $8,304.513 in ): I

666 1\1 In 7 COLDS A tift L checks}'"AnI& rrlle\Mi A Coast and projects Guard Navy and sponsored Departments Florida by municipalities theWar U. II' !'i, FEATURE IW I.I1BIffi'i. E

; with an aggregate I .
vniptoms first $712.534 In authorized airport
Try ".Rubly.TI..m.'ondertul: !I work not yet put into operation

IJnlment! ,I according to State Administrator

Liquid Tablet Salve Nose I Roy Schroder. .
_ Prop 1 "The airport and airport facility .






I. My "Many Years Experience Make It Possible for :Mo to Render


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I Do Your Trading I, I YOUll; SAYIT'SDASHING

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware areRiven

or certificates.Are Rmtoeiii. away with every $-10 in trade "FmST BECAUSE ITS FINEST !r

You Choose
I' JfEET the new Chevrolet for '
41 bittirCII
STARKE. FLORIDA '. fldcnt we are conThis new Chevrolet for '41 Is a much
you'll say, "It't Arf1rd'
first because and
In all ways-wlth a longer wheclbase!
I -Alain Chevrolet's the leader. wider FIlM
over-all larger
For this length-with longer
car U the result and the Intt'
reward of comfortable
ten solid year of Chevrolet Bodies-with exceptionally f..
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HOTEL :i leadership In ample
LEAMINGTON giving 3-couple roominess, or
I. or tales leadership that has brnu---..h.... ..1._ _____"ere.-_u In._ _L_ __..__. ._..-...t..I..-.- .
unequaled *
I manufacturing JZS XXZ yOU
N. E. 1st Street at nd unequaled economies In..It.1 ,,,
- Biscayne Boulevard vaue-giving powers leadership 'InIIB'' 1
your family to visit his showroom
now makes It mill"
Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay k I a motor car which possible for Chevrolet to offer to make a thoroughgoing esear of .the Bnelt to'"

Opposite Union Bus Station of luxury In the lowest surpasses price field.all previous Chevrolet has ever built I Invites you

_ _.,. / It, try It, buy It-todaytCHEVROIETSthelEADIR

_ _1! One Block From Shopping District And Amusements I I qp ''Tiit ITj"ltP!


_ _' ., Single Room with Bath-$1J50J Double Room with Bth-$2.00


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Go Get 'e.ID Tornadoes !

We're Back of You and B. H. S. 100 Percent

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''I'+ :::S 1940 Squad They'll Play Real FootballExcellent

proof of vitamins contained in Bradford County grits/ and bacon 'l 18 this husky bunch of
bruwn Flm string averages 175 pounds per man. First row (left to right: Frank Crews, David Shu-
ford George Flynn, Ralph Nettles, Garland Godwin, Buck McMillan. Armond Thomas!, Ralph Dudley
Joe Allen Lander Second row; Sonny Haynes (manager), Herbert Green, Charles Parker Comer 'f'. (1//"
Penynmn. Mutt Jones Mailun Crews, Arnold Waadin, Judy McRae, J. K. Denmark Third row: I
:_I Coolidge Gannett, Tommy Stephens Mike Dew, Bo')bie McRae, Lyle Anderson, Bishop Myrlck, Eno3 vI 1
4 Hayes, Herbert Crews, Ernest Davis, Coach Stephens ----...;........"',... ., "hr, ,

Coach Stevens ...;:\ IIi"f l {
EVERYBODY Godwin In Action '
The man charged with putting Y TURN OUT FOR THE f,,
the 1940 Tornadoes through their A good example of what will happen when an 'F ,J

He prep paces played school Is no high newcomer( and to(Bartow football college), FIRST I G A M E 0 F T H E SEASON of unfortunate Garland Godwin opponent, Tornado bucks up leviathan.against 220 Helping pounds 1 lil4t lf\, ..l.
demonstrate the block, and Incidentally showing
lUniversity of Florida) football.
Last year he was assistant coach TONIGHT (FRIDAY) BRADFORD PARK 8 P. M.. Is a Ralph rear view Dudley.of the new purple and gold' uniforms, ,


Sic ''em "Come On Ole "Fight To The "You Do Your Best, "FIGHT ON ?

TOR.N A DOES BradfordWe're Finish Boys TO"VICTORY I

We Know You Can Do It! Gonna Win" Never Give In!" We'll Do The Rest, Boys!" '

We're With YouTORNADOES Just To Let You Know Take It Away Tornadoes! A WINNING
Be Seein' You TEAM
We're Proud Of Our Coach Don't Let Us Down At The-Game Is A Team

"Body And Soul" And Team TIP TOP GROCERY Tonight! With Town SupportSEE


Peppy Pep Squad? Yeah Man!
The Boys Know Whether We're Empty Grandstands Never Helped

I Backing Them Or Not To Win A Football Game -

Let's Show Them Some Real Support There's A Seat For You At Bradford Park- I,'

This Year q, Be Sure You Fill It!



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So You Don't Like Football? FROM THE CAPTAIN i'

That's What You Think! TO THE WATER BOY
COME OUT TONIGHT AND SEE- We're With You 100 Percent,

You'll Have The Time Of Your Life! JV TORNADOES

Cuptaln Dot Green (In white) l ner easy-on-the-eye! squad In .
a cheer that combines noise and Jilt -buggfag. The girls I I are
J. W. ANDREWS "truckln"! SMITH & g
like this. on clown In the Army squad movements were. never FORSYTH

A Football Team Yeah, Man Tear 'Em UpTORNADOES We'll Be Pullin'Is

No Stronger Football's In The Air For You,

Than We'll See You Show Us TORNADOES

Those Who Support It!

To Do :Your Part
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We Got The Spirit See You Tonight COME EARLY Go To ItTORNADOES .

You Got What The Game "
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And Get A Good Seat- t
It Takes,
It's A Date, '
TORNADOES All Bradford County We're BettingOn
Don't Break It!
Together YouSTANDARD
Will Be There!
We Can't Lose SISTRUNK'S FEED & SEED Play-suited Carolyn
Green demonstrates OIL CO .
how she'll whoop-it-up ;
CANOVA'S PHARMACY STORE ford for the Park boys Brad PRIESTS' 5c TO $1 STORE'K. G. DUNCAN, Distributor t t

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embrace* the following 'dencrlbedproperty
military authorities proclaim that water is In the County of Brad 0Fl'i.:
Machine ford. rUate of Florida to-wlt 'F 'r" 10
The Bradford County Telegraph Tucker'sUAvialion ,
: no longer a barrier but a superhighwaywhich iMt 2 of Illk 2. J. M. Johns Suit I 1101': '""'t'hhl.,' .. 11111 n..b' '
Div of NISH of NRVi Section 3.1 : : 111I1:
1 That II l
i _.-- --- .. -- traverse much easier than Twp. a S. It. 22 K., containing 1 II H ,. !.Fy
; troops can I Certlti. tl>
t f.t.bll"hf.dun1" h
I? : A al. .
Smokes Up Tog Acre, more or !Ieee.' flay oi, "' 14.t.
the same amount of land. True, your heavy- The BBiM-Mtnent. the paid' property tll"1 "a"1.>"."1''" ., \ ".

I"ubIlHbdV"'kly on FrIday* and Entered' a.. Sec laden bombers could not fly here from Germany Everybody's heard about Old Dan Tucker; the folk song under'. In the the paid name certificate of Mr. Jo'an.1 IKnurd I I be fliade 1.IIII"1'1'11.'d .". .. ," 'r 1 fl.., 1111 a ':1

: and Clan. Mutter at the I'Qftt Office at Starke. 'Ia. wheel and died ole Stewart.Unleim I I IIRld '! < a. G.,
Hermann but they could very easily hero who 'combf'(1 his hair with a wagon paid certificate Khali be I lowln/l' "? ,( ; I. .
: his heel" but how many of our read- redeemed according to law, theproperty 1 i e..n1r .:!I,; ;''I. "' /" ,; "tI""
fly from bases in Mexico South America, or with a toothache in tencrlh therein. will '"X th. ,II,, .,1'; "" Jllr:'; ;
/v\EA\BER. C of T. T. Tucker self-styied ; "I ( J
JlRIDPRESS heard bidder
ers we wonder. have cotS to the highest at b.j' I'mil t '
Alaska just as they are now spewing death houxe door on the first. in si ,
: belonging to Bishop court Sec 21'4 [
( house & 'Ih
) ; tenant I :;
ASSOCIA11OW'tTht4.c' "inventor" who lives in a :
\ day In the month of November.& 242 ft ... II '; ," t?
over England by flying from France to Thomas the H. II. Lewis place east of Starke ? 1940 which Ix the 4th, day orNovemb..r. 411 ft, I." J', ,.S'.. rt lb.,
I IK. ,
\ ) near r-r-- I '" ,
; London. Isn't that just a wee bit Tucker and his'Aviationmachine 1940. ft 10 ,t ..I '" 110"1,
possible of Mr. I't t
> : 2otd If you haven't heard Dated thla 24th., day of Sep $ ......lluli, 4 .\ In

'.. I_. MatrJiewi* ________.____ Editor an
... :', Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford i The I
=- ... up man for he aunt""m.! ,,, j
: U ; -.C'IUI'TIOS KATK County Florida. 9-27 6t 10-25 I rly un"| 'II lbp ,
: S( : isn't a bit back- f' sued ''h.) 'lld 01(
:: c .. 75o: In .\I1.nceAlhrrt"dnJr Oh no. You can save your sweet- Had. wan n, |'" ',Prflf0!! '
Yearly $I.SO; "Nl\ l\lonchli. -Fayalil< ward about discussing *! M.A.ih. :." !., "a"l0 01
WHOM' ITy" ('o%(".:n%,
TO unlttHMredeemed
scented double-talk for the people of Germany "aid ..,
Ha ten on ApplicationThe ,
.. the revo Notice l Is hereby given that on .i. "t" .at. 'k'J

4. I Hermann. Perhaps they believe your lutionary featured the will 10th apply day to of K.October K. Ferryman. 1940 I sold property. to t Hi d",..,, I"dil'lJ?' ,'lhoreln.'I., U.'

:i Republican Search propaganda because they have to. At least of his Invention 'ounty Judge of Bradford County. S courthouc.. rt I Florida for Final Dlncharge an day III 'I> Ibe
tiit tI.ft
which he describe! ""''''1111!%,
;; For Vacant Huildings$ they're afraid to say they don't. As for Administrator of the Estate of J. Which Ii. tb,.. 71h 'I ("t"bot
aa the "greatest W Andrew. Sr. That my (Final' day 01 0..
The Republicans are going coy on us. Americans Hermann we're still free to believe I miracle I nth e S ______ Report han been duly filed with'I 1940.buted. thi_ Hk .
: ,, I County Judge. bert 1940 day Jt I.
: According to writers of the "Wash as we choose and we are far too fa- world." J. W. Andrews Jr., Admlnlntrator. I (t O.. .I"IAI 1011'\1.; > .
Clerk ; ) A.
ington Merry-Go-Round" in a few days mi! 'r with certain old fable concerning a You see, It'a de- S 9-27 4t 1018. i I County ot., 1"1.'i.I HI.jj.,i !'Iun -ft.

: NOW the G. O. P. will launch one of the sheep and a wolf in lamb's clothing to be 'slgned as a kind _______ :, _ ?OTICR OF In hereby KI.F.CTIOV called' In I 41vs '

: greatest publicity drives in U. S. Political very badly fooled by any Third Reich fairy of under ground _ the An following election.. described Special;; Tax IV' 1'1"'\4)1'11: t I.IIU'I: "'(1 IU't n,
furnace for throw : S : School-DI trlctB of County I'f 101 RT
; It. tales. Florida, to-wit: I hit "iII'OuIi, 1FOI 1\
slory. .i. .
( Ing out smoke and I : Tax School Districtnumber 'I.UItIl"t, i::11.lI'l'iI COr
In Special 'lItI'l II'. lib
?; One of the chief aims it is said is to o heat to keep killing I" Sorange _ 1. described and- bounded 1).11. Juhn": .I'I I1'1t""lltr III "I tRt.
folloWEReginflhlur: ,
tie the election fight in as closely as A Bund Chooses frost from a. .
/ pos- Newspaper 'grown, .. :______ nt Northeaxt cornerof -

4; : ; l>ihlt! to local and personal factors. The Lesser Of Two Evils fern nurserIes', and __________ and 24 Went Northwent 7 8. R.. .23. corner K.-I Emmett (4.P.'li.|.tend"| ...

S. ..... of ...Id Twp. and IN T1114 !\
of S 22 i \ A"II "I'i
) For example real estate men are asked The general belief that Hitler is perhaps other tender Fldr- : ,. Range, thence run South to i u... "'1.1 ,"tll.\ ': :ETI TIiE .
Ida winter ', i : .. of Sec. 33 of TU: l4niii., 'I U'
crops. Southeast' corner t.l I
; 4. ? to. fn the windows of unrented stores the i5vt '..-. d..n..e ., In Whr5
place world's aiid
bitterest.oppon'ent of a "Yes, H could bused s ".5 .. S ald Twp. and Range, thence 1It 1---- trc uok.,
You ,
; runVent to Southwe cornerof I I I.
I and houses signs which read : "This place is third term for President Roosevelt is borne for str w. Sec 31 of Biild Twp. and (iuirei, 0.". .lI'le'L "' .'"I"d i lb." a

empty because of the New Deal." out by a front page editorial in a recent berries." 1r / boundary Range thence line South Alachua to ,I co"lalnt on '>1' bpfu,fllJ'" M".d.I.. I.. ..,, 001.t,
I ; t tb.
Tucker claim jJTIII._. I end, Bradford Counties, Florida, I of ,lctolpr A fl '... i
The radio campaign will include trans- issue of The Free American and Deutscher I th..n<> run Southeasterly along I Is furtlK, ,'dr'i; ; III.
simple said boundary line to South line police and "I'd., I?,
eribed one-minute interviews with and Weckruf und Beobachter official Bund ltrui ,. ,-, I'ublll'
men pre-patented s t atua of Sec. 6 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 E., fou'.l :. Tel"
thence. run easterly along section newspaper I>lIbll.t),i't ,:'
women on the street and from well-known newspaper which puts American Nazis on "the greatest linen to Soiitheaxt corner of H/I"totll ,'II'i," .,."oa.h.,.
I miracle I nth e of SfC. 1 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 11.thence ., tot,r eon sect,ti v.. veck
L : local business men who are requested to record in favor of Wendell L. Willkie.Mr. world" consists of. a hole In the_ run North to point of seal WITNIcti. m) baud and ,

.,, say: "If I had to choose between Roosevelt Willkie acceptance speech the' ground In which Mr. Tucker has I own conclusions. But haven't In Special beginning." Tax School District number A. D. thfls 1940.s'O"'l"lca1..4Ih da. ) .t IiPPI

.t and Willkie for a manager for my business article says "was a dynamic declaration of,'I'(placed a metal cylinder, covered practically all great Inventors follows 2. :described. and bounded. as Clerk" Circuit. SEAL Court, A IT

; there would be no hesitation on part as with a lid from which protrudes been considered just a little bit Beginning at Northeast cornerof John J. Henderson ,lg"
my principles singularly free of the vindictive Solicitor
for I'luliitlff
a short length of stove pipe. The "touched" by those who'failed to Sec. 9 Twp. 7 S. K. 22 K. and |'|,
to whom I would It westerly. along section. linesto .
pick. would be Wendell undertone run -
have become accustomed
we to idea la to get a good fire goingin understand their methods and half section line on north

Willkie." hear from the lips of the President." the underground container, and their alms? All innovations have line of Sec. 7 Twp. 1 S.' R. 22 NOTIC-K OP APPMrn,
}:., thence run Southerly alonghalf FOB T I I\ :
We are glad that the Merry-Go-Round then throw in green pine and been looked upon with suspicion, section. lines. through Sec.' Hrnste Bill
The paper excuses Mr. Willkie's'refer. other moke-pi'pduclng fuel. On from the steamboat to television. 7 and 18 to South line of Sec NOTICE I IS HKKEBY"i: ',

writers apprised us of this well-laid plan ences to Adolf Hitler by explaining that the particular afternoon that the But' like all other Inventors 18 Twp.westerly! 7 S.along K.; 22 section.E, thencerun lines That K. KllllMKHworth Mamie Kllllnit hold'r."(.wort&

so if there is any manifestation of it in the candidate "miracle" was' wItnessed by our to halt section line I n South Certificate No R Imnnt.. ik,,
used Dec Feuhrer merely: as roving reporter Mr. Tucker had who have failed at first to Impress boundary of Sec.' 14 Twp. 7 S. day of AIJKIIXI, A I D. I)a'flIed :
Florida-which we hardly think likely-at "a I R. 21 ":., thence run South along name In m> iffict i-
scapegoat. considerable trouble with "smoth a skeptical public T. T. half section lines to boundary made appllratlnn fur a in

least we will not be fooled into thinking' it lIe Willkie erlng out** due. perhaps to a I Tucker has all the confidence InS line between Bradford and Alufhua to be l issued thenni, Sail ,
(Mr. ) promises that there Counties, Florida thence .cat eniliravi't th, fnlloili.
is a spontaneous show of public opinion. peculiar tendency of tires to the world In his "aviation ma run Southeasterly along said I scribed' ;prupi'itv" ;it, Hit Cm
will be no war unless America is attacked languish l when deprived of sufficient -I chine." He came to Bradford line to west 'Ilrndfonl" 1 StHti 1 "if Fliirldi. i
Anyone with half an imagination could ft'U"ntXf.n'.ar.fw; :. 8 8. R. 22..1 I I of HW4' ""I W".t
the editorial states. "He warned that the oxygen but the "Inventor"Insisted I County several months ago from .;.. thence run North to I In N'tV' Cur 1'1.. T plg

get a big laugh by picturing in his mind'seye promises of the present Administration can- that when he really did central Florida and knows firsthand west corner of Sec. 21 Routh-j I i 11''I ,J'L The 19 Acre i. niur* ir Inn.
S. R. 22 E.. thence run aHHHKxmeni" >i thE sd
a perplexed Willkiecrat searching frantically not lead to "get the thing to going" it would of the great losses sufferedby along section lines to Southeast erty uniloi Hi. 'aid vttilii( ,
victory against Hitler or any- "throw out smoke a mile a min citrus growers last winter."Lawsy corner of Sec. 33 Twp. 7 S. R. !I: sued was III tin, Ian,, ol \
around Starke for vacant 22 .:.. thence Italsdan.Unless.
; a building thing else. I run northerly
ute. In the "
accompanying picture me! he shouts. "If I along section lines to the point !! .sold S ri that", it
: in which to post one of the above men- "He will he la seen beaming happily: Just had the money to put this of beginning. I I I! redeemed. u< ordinir, !1. !".rty .
not like Roosevelt .
seek in .
;' In Special\ Tax School' District desc('rllicd Ihoreln' <
number -
tioned signs.! His search for vacant buildings aa the "aviation machine" putts i I thing on the market, I wouldn't 4, described and bounded aa i sold to the hlKhex. hiiMt,
intricate ways to involve us. That is heart- out smoke at a rate considerably have another worry the rest of follows: courthouse door,, ,r, (he flrn(
would have been much fruitful I( day In the month Oclob'
: more less Beginning at Northeast corner a i
than mile
ening assurance. a a minute. my natural Ute It's the greatest which I. the 7th du at (
of Sec. 25 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 K. and >
.. we dare say, in the last few years of the Eccentric T Well-draw your I I miracle in the world!" run West on section linen to the L I T940.
Hoover administration. "Incidentally he gave the German element easterly. shore of Santa Fe Lake Dated thin 7th du, of.S I
her, 1940.4oh'i"l'ltt..
a certificate of loyalty when he declared Marion Johns said shore run of southeasterly Santa Fa Lake along to ( I SEAL) A. ITClerk
If this naive plan of sign posting is ApplicationsFor the south, boundary of Bradford of Circuit r-0urt of B'
that his German 'parents had so in- County, Florida 1-11
County Florida, thence run
actually put into effect we humbly propose' doctrinated their children with of Buried Saturday P. O. Charman easterly along said South boundary --
a sense ,.: of Bradford County Florida,
counter campaign. We would go up and patriotic duty that all three sons served in One of Starke'a and Bradford to the. boundary line between OUtWIt OP PI HI.1C VT1IV
down Call Street posting in business !- ; 101dpU' rpermanent Anybody want a job as char- Clay and Bradford Counties, (" 1111'1'' OIRr. FlJi'iiifiil.
thriving the World War." County's resi- Florida, thence run Northerly f UK i Ilf. HUH
houses signs which read : "This place I dentat Marlon Luville Johns, died I I man (janitor) of Starke's new along last aforesajd. boundary 'Ot'N'r'. "T postofflce when It Is line to the point of \ ( HIXIHVMadison
So the Bundists the lesser' Thursday afternoon, completed
are picking September In a I'CIII'I'E'ItComplaiIltliflt
is vtlll in Special Tax School District num
operation today BECAUSE of the around the
first of the ? It'sa
19 at year her
the nursing home of Mr. 7, described and bounded as
New Deal." We believe that'seventy.five (from their standpoint) of two evils eh ? and Mrs. E. Gesaner, near here. charMAN they want-not a follow: -VHKathryn. A. PcarmnDefendnn

We do not mean to imply that Mr. Willkie charwoman. No woman need I Beginning at Northeast" corner ,
percent of our merchants-perhaps more- He would have been 80 years of ap of See 12 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 B., :
is pro-Nazi for he has age on his next birthday anniversary : thence run West along section It appearing t tt> nrfian
would gladly consent to such posting. declared ply.The lines to Santa Fe River thence pended to th nlll fll'l '
himself otherwise. But if the Bundists December 17. Death was job will pay 50c an hour run Southeasterly. along Santa I, ttbove-HtRtcil faiim :nat *

.. Likewise we would travel through the I due to the infirmatles of his. great for each hour of actual service Fe. River. to. the :northerly. shore,, A. C. Pearson, non-rmraeni th defendant i

country tacking up huge placards reading: rather have him than Roosevelt, that is just age and he waa seriously\ only in the custodial service. Applicants "Southeasterly' rmnia ve JaKe along, tnence the shore. run. l State in named. of Florida' a and a r..,B Mi"

one more reason why we intend to supportthe three weeks. will be rated solely with I .of Santa Fe Lake to the intersection New 201-09 York Fiftieth ovei, th AVMIM.. ". 01' I"
This farm is thereof with the South .
occupied today BECAUSE third term.Red.lUooded Mr. Johns was born In Starke reference to their physical ability. line. of Sec. 22 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 one years; It ,If th*"',"'.abe .','

of the New Deal" or "This farmer is able December 17, 1860, Just before the The U. S. Civil Service announces I section K.. thence lines. run. to easterly the Southeast along. that and said Is heretO non-fn-ldi-nt r.qulfPd I
O .
to make a decent living today BECAUSE beginning of the War Betweenthe that an open competitive corner of Sec. 24 Twp. 8 H. R. 22 pear to the. bill "t, b.for'" '11'

of the New Deal.! Farmers who stop to American Youths States on the plantation of examination will\ be held and applications -' E.lion. thence lines to run point North of along beginning sec. In the, said Fourth cause day on )"'>l >'"'.,&,"

his parents Archibald H. Johns for the job must be on to determine the following matters D. I 940, olherwlne "" aU'"'
compare their annual income with their Still In The MajorityFor 1. Whether said. : of said bill will b* takrli "
now and Adeline Roberts Johns. who file by October 4 with the Man- come districts "shall be fessed. by said defendant' ,
a single
annual 'income in 1930 and 1931 would I weeks small pressure groups pre had come from Georgia some I lager, 5th U. S. Civil Service DistrictS district Is described district and which bounded single. It Is further ,"wdereJW'order imP. a'

gladly consent we believe to such a plan. sumably speaking for young men of military years before.1"In1" 1885 he was New Post Office Building, as. Beginning follows.: nt Northeast corner for Four be consertitlv published 7eIr60'newspaper *.'*' ;

We have to think have tried to sell America the idea Joined In marriage' to Miss Hat. Atlanta, Ga.Further i of Hec.. 24 Twp. 7 S. R. 22 E.. Bradford publi County.hea ,ir aid', '
no reason that age tie Alvarez who taught the first I information and application thence run West to' Northwest
and Htate.
Starke and Bradford County are any exception that youth is overwhelmingly oposed to private school In Bradford County. blanks may be obtained and corner Range of See.thence 22 of run said North Twp This HeptemhM l I9lh.A.J.1 l)4tOFS'ICIAb TI '",>
to the rule. What is true here must conscription. The fallacy of this was and to this union was born two from the post office here. to said Northeast Twp. and corner Range of Sec.. 9 of! Clerk( Circuit I'nurtO. .
thence KoU"!
children a son, Marlon Earle run Fly J. l.
generally speaking be true in all parts of brought to light by a recent Gallup Poll who died In '1905, and a daughter, halt westerly section along line section on North linen line to ,!I A. Stephens' Florid"K..'". f.
Buys More Milk
the the when 68 cent of the between Miriam. who Is Cows of See. 7 of said Twp. and Jacksonville. 940 II
country. Only most completely per young men now Mrs. Miriam Range. thence. run southerly. for ComplaintantONDKR

biased and the most blindly prejudiced 21 and 24 years of age said they personallyhad Kickllter of Starke. Mr. Johns Roy R. Mathews owner ofMathews' along Sec. 7 half section line.. through I
made his home with his and 18 to South line of OF PIIII.lf4T1IN

would deny that conditions today are better no objection to serving a year in the for the last several yean daughter of his week in Dairy Tennessee here negotiating spent last Sec.thence. 18 run of said westerly Twp. and along Range sec. 'IKT.T. f'IH'C 01 I ir.54I H?. .1:1I :

for everyone in every line of business than army. A poll of boys between 16 and 20 life. for more milk cows for his local South lion:! lines Una of to Sec.half 14 section.Twp. T line S. R.In I JI'IJII.'OIIN'I'Y. MTI('11'U.R': tiE .

they were B. N.. D.-before New Deal. -potential draftees-showed 81 per cent Following the death of his first dairy to take care of the steadily Zl half 14.. thence run southerly along Virginia A.1\1 Ip"

So willing to wife Mr. Johns In 1909 was married Increasing demand for more milk line between.t.tlon' lines to boundary Corn plai Ii 1)0'
pitythe poor straw-clutching Republican give a year to the service of Bradford and Ala -vsJohn -
I' to Mrs. Anna Kelly of Jacksonville and dairy products. The latter I chua Countle., Florida.. the same. C. L"..

I party and its ill-starred: publicity! cam- their country. who he survived.. .. .Dart. rtt tKA. UFAA.. !* .h.. .. t>A*,.MA/4. being the Santa Fa Hlvor. th- ..n"o D.tpndlLn'' .,"......
---- ---- '-'-'''- I run Southeasterly along:i Santa i .' ."
JW1L we cannot wish it LUCK, out we ao Bearing this result in mind many be- At one time Mr. Johns was one with a truck load of Jerseys some F. River' to the northerly; shore It appeariflapended to the bill- 1,1.d,|

________________ extend our'sympathy to it in its vain quest lieve the attitude of youth is better represented -I of Starke the largest and built property and owned owners the In I of which are registered and all I I of erly Southeasterly Santa and Fe Lake along., thence the north-run above-stated the defendant. onuMe*"''tratLu'thaI John?olnonresident .

for- vacant buildings. The search is just in a recent "letter-to-the-editor" ofa S buildings now occupied by the excellent stock. I Santa Fe easterly lake to shores the South o f Ida. and a re.ld.n of '", ,'vir\\l I"vllle. .

teit: years too late. post office and'' Jacob's and the I SUId9rv; of Bradford County.I West. Virginia 'I j?
metropolitan than Florida
the thence
by voci-
newspaper run easterly yesra .
offices Stark. Fla.. August Slut.. 1940 I along said of twenty-one no,, ,
above South '
O ferous Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Boundary of fore Or'd..r..rt
pressure groups that have bombarded Bradford County, Florida to the b. and, f 'orob'to
The deceased Is survived Court In and for Bradford' I defendant ,t.wn
S. Nice Of You Congressmen ,with letters by County, Florida on account of taxes line between. Clay and appear to 'h' "' or
and Hradford 'I.
telegrams only I
one Immediate
relative, his assessed for the. year 1919. Count les. (Florida filed. In said ';'a""'.. M .
To Put Us At Ease Hermann against conscription. This youth in his letter daughter Mrs. Klckliter. Two c' A. KnlKht. Tun Collector To aforesaid. .run boundary northerly line along. last I Monday\ "".I'I I"IHO'."rl', ,11.r5allegations '
Bradford I to point A. ,
I County.I vember.
_ I granddaughters I of beginning. ,ad ,|lII||
survive. '
Miss I nt
We can alj' rest easily now. stated in simple but eloquent language; Dorothy Clair Klckliter of Starke. 'I 1940. ('sjsjtr Proper j I' 2. Who shall be trustees of said I taken. as. conf .d "' a

_________ There is nothing to worry about. that he would be proud to defend his coun I and Mrs. Hazel Hendricks of At To Balance. Due S2.933.9I: I" proposed The consolidated districts. fendant.. .H' ,d t IIIord..r >
Hy amount collected t 72000 ?;; P"1"0* of district I II .It Is furthe ?, |
Hermann Goering Marshal of the Reich try-the only nation left where freedom lanta. To Balance due. 2.2129:1: i'I nJin to be. r.dOfa'llI collected an- be publi'fl0ifor '! ,..u.
_________________ Funeral Flue Forfeiture viifr it the two succeeding four consecutiv.Bradford 1'.1.,..,
i and'second only in authority to Hitler himaelf and tolerance really exist. services were held Saturday I To Balance due ",O '.8& 1 JTiii, within. the proposed. conliolidatel l'ifltlnewspaper ) '""d',,,
I afternoon at two o'clock By amount collected $ 270.00i 5rtrlct! for the exclusive publiI"

has said that "America simply cannot It is gratifying to learn that the futureof I, from the home of Mrs. Klckliter I i To Balance due llrad unit. nrlria-e 829 US. I I use And of public that free said. schools.. and Thin State.Septom'ie' gill,\ |ItI t l'

_ Ije invaded by air or sea." our country does not rest entirely in the Iin the Lorantaux apartments on JTo, Kv Balance. due JI.S66.J7i : I h. held during legal. election hours shall for I (OFFICIAL SKA': :. '.';
I'Madison Street with the i amount collected 1 900.00 I, .1"'lon. on October Clerk of Circuit Ii ",,.11"I
Now isn't that just too reassuring for hands of such "parlor pink" organizations' A. Rev. U To Balance due 1.7n.IT I each 01 "-Rl'1 districts 28th 1940. In 1W H..III. > ?
Shepherd of the State Farm ... ftenersjl I and at the severally, I O. A. Stephen! ,da

words And it's so sweet of you to say so. as The American Youth Congress who apparently -I'!1 offlciatlug. The Rev. Mr. Shep I To By Balance amount; du".t6 collected. 66.U $ 900 I'I' pi.Which..... 'In. each following district. ,designated.and for for JacksonvillE Complalntai'MOTIfK FI ',.:' I
00 1 election
_ Uermann. But we bet you tell that to ALL do not care enough -about their herd was a personal friend of To Balance du. 2.765,15 I|, flclaln, are appointed.the following of- "
M.v 'I' 'al >
Johns. I "g.r..1
_ _ the countries big old to To Balance due. Itraular 'In *'Pcl.1. Tax School District ot' .I'TirV":
you tease you. country prepare to defend it. During the services a : By 13.664.62 i bar. a'or..ald. num. 'U" T ... |<131|
quartette amount collected( I i at the school house HI" "
"American fears of an invasion across n composed of John and Luther :1 I To Balance. due $ 1.764.62 900.00 Moore in l'herecaa Clerk. Florida' with P. W. NOTICB(Hrnsle IS HERfIY; :' .,1'i

_ the Atlantic Ocean arouse much astonishment It was with a great deal of' satisfaction I Powell. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman: and :j Vt.,) Balance'Fetal .- due"*-[ ""$4.U7.0JI .tl Banded I I I i.p.cVor"ey j > and and Scott Clyde SwIndle Hall.. In-M. That holders Lem nf Tilt Perry. ''*10"rllf'al| .11,t.*<
By ; .
D. amount d..1
in declared the Chief that E. Knight sang "Beau. I To collected None I In Issued the. 1 sixth, : .ano
Germany of noted Balance Special
we recently that the Associated I tiful Isle of Somewhere." and du. 14,19703: Tax School District.' A. D. 1928. her fllod 555'

Hitler's aerial navy. "There are no airplanes Press United Press and other news agencies -I I"Face To Face." The rooms were To By Balance Agricultural due. I 18331To I **. Florida the Old, with Masonic B. Y.Hall Saxon.In for office a tax and deed.-ha l1aM** fB1.r liaued"<
clerk .
m Germany which loaded with bombs have at last banked with flowers. Interment amount collected 4Sft<) and Lacy Wynn. Luther. on. Said certltmt5tc..iI.wing "?,,,
_ _ begun to acknowledge the followed Balance. .._due. 131.311 .Watt..r"on.. and Lucien Sohn.. In.pector. descrlh'1'.,..J. ',
_ _ S could fly to America and back. Even IfS fact that Camp Blanding is located the services In the famIly To Balance*- -due.w.. I ; thi.County of "r"u''-'
near t In .
lot In Crosby Cemetery. and By 18330: I I Special' 'Fag School District Florida. 10.witlita aAd" 11
they were disposed to do so, the Germans Starke. Previously the new developmenthad Mr. Johns was laid to rest be- To amount Balance collected due 1 lion I mJn.4' at the home of Ouy Alder-num- I 6. 7. 8 ,f fiN s., t..r..
and H..mptol
could march into side hi. first wife. Read *'".. Interest iTo (f'lerk with. Ouy Alderman to n..nW'' I' .'d
S S not a country with a pop- always been referred to as being 'near sI.I.g Fuad Mr... .and M... Cloy ship T South .f itOrty .
0..01'11' assessnielt "
S wUtion of 130 millions Active pallbearers were S. E. Balance due 12.667.11 w. Hill W. Still. and George The tho ,a.d. ertlftiiued
3.500 .
across Keystone Heights. Starke is not only much Ror: amount oll"et.d inspectors; under 1amMc'arr. '
Sparks R. ihe
F. I .
Demoreat. A. O. To 49.111 In Special Tax was In
of ocean and conquer it," he concluded. closer to Camp Blanding than Andreu. Balance due 1.707.17 b... School District num-' .
any other and A. J. Thomas. Hon -- and Lii the home of w- A. Jones- Unless. paid ,...it111' alt. ii'property

So we should just pull up our rockers town is, but we have been officially desig-; orary pallbearers were N. D. !SOTICK: OP Mra. H. H.W.Dodd A. Jones Robert as clerk and' redeemed accordt11. 'hort'ln:
"PPI.IC-'T.O'lf' Dodd. and desCrIb"sold
: and sit around with while nated Wainwright Sr.. J. M. Alvarez FOR TOKKli Freddie Dodd as Inspectors. )1dd't
knitting h'lIh"
our the
you as postoffice and the the '
detraining .* ... Ih'
O. A. Gardiner D. E. Knight. and < .. 363) The; Board public door. V',
in.truc- house
F and Adolf gobble Europe eh Hermann? point for the NOT,:1-: is HERESY lion of Bradford; court nnnlh, **
up In
Camp. words StarkeIS VV. W. Agin.KeyMcCabe. That .1. H. Fields (nIVE'< Ma County, Fl9r- day In the till d'r

S % S Oar! nice big ocean makes us perfectly safe Camp Blanding and vice versa. Other Funeral Home of C day.. of holder of 5th.Taz (OFFICIAL":. .1. L.wi.. A. Its Cbalrm.n. Vemler 1 40. which 1940.Datel i Is' the daY 0her I.

i S docs it-in spite of the fact that modernS towns claiming the Camp please note! 'I Jacksonville*. bad charge of arrangement mad.filed txMMHJviy&fS Att.W..t: 1'':. SEAL Mldditon) 1940.iFF1ClA1..this. $5k1.t 14th A J.,TI
be .. Officio urf P
th.r.OA. Said Secretary of Circuit I
c.rtltlcat. ,.U saId Board. JMerk of to.
10.n .
'County FtorKUW"1
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