Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 4, 1940
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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She'll Be Comin'- Round...The- Mountain I 10 Mill Levy More And More Three Shifts Soon 'i lt e,'

I'On Homesteads :I Congressman R. A. Green has just been At Camp Blanding im

: advised' by the War Department that a Tactical -,

Ii i Ordered Bv CourtCounty Corps will be located in the general area of I 6,000 'Workers May1e On Payroll I'f

Will Ask Camp Blanding in connection with divisionsof By November 15th, 74JDOOJDOO ,';f:!7 r

[ Delay Because TaxI National Guard. The Army is creatingnine Feet Of Lumber Required liih'\ ,
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I Moll Already Made UpA Tac/ical; Corps five of which have already Soon hundreds of huge acetylene lamps will light the ;r\t.J\' \ ''

tN, uk United States District Court been selected and the Blanding area is eastern shorline of"Kingsley Lake at night as laborers In an ;i\\ ;'

order Thursday of last week was considered. I endless chain of three 8-hour shifts rush to completion what yl l'i;!'!

served upon Bradford County Tax favorably is probably the greatest defense project ever undertaken in ,;'a

Assessor E. W. Hayes ordering Each Tactical Corps is composed of several : such a short Ingth of time-Camp Blanding. r.b:' t'

him to levy an additional 10 divisions of National Guard and requires a'' Hv Tuesday! of this week 2,600 men were working on van- ,,{rJ': '

mill tax on all Bradford County _ous portions of the $10,000.000 ;: ,
homesteads. The order remitted commander and a small staff to control divi-, project, and when' the peak of 1' ,

from the decision of the Federal I and I II New employment Is reached 1 around fl''
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sions. geographically
leve It 01'Y' Court In Jacksonville In a suit Corps are grouped November 15.: an army of 6.004) I

rode That's Theressa whereby Ryan-Sutherland and'' in accordance with locations of Guard Divisions employes will be on the payroll..}: ','

in from Company seeks to force the St8A'gcring.fb1ures; such as the I; ?! ,3, ,
oar 8tato .. ford County School Board Brad-I(I Therefore Blanding has a 'very good] City's FamilyEdwards fact that 74,000,000 board feet I J ;' '

B.II.boggy principal Interest and chance it is said of lumber will be required In the t' ,,
k amounting to $7.600 on $5,0001 I I Re-Elected total construction continued to ; half' ,

r Bayit I'worth of defaulted School Board1bonds 'I Tactical Corps will be organized in about a Council 1 Chairman daze the uninitiated layman who ;; .

,I' \ was the company holds. ; has never seen Uncle Sam really ; ,r,
a work | The 5.000 worth of bonds are |I.I month going into operation as soon as divi- Brown Is Attorney "swing out" on a big defense '1 f .:

sent s e&o part of an original $2 .OOO bond ,! sions getihto Blanding. The War Department project. Three thoWsand carloads i"lit' +
fromby I The two newly elected members of lime rock will be for rj j ,
I issue made by the School Board r- ;
osla ,(several years ago and now In default -r advised that no definite decision has been of Starke's official family were roads within the reservation, and i i i[,,():
Southernay x w "The entire suit arose made location of Corps sworn Into office at the Council there will also be 300 cars of I'' f.t''
as to exact
I headQuart-1 meeting In the municipal buildinghere
Co. through the failure of the School watermaln, 300 cars of sewerpipe
buttlek I Board of the past several yearsto ers but stated definitely that Corps Tuesday night The meet- 250: cars of roofing. The "s ji'11,;'

and + make provision for paying the I Ing marked the beginning of the : could go on Interminably, F.1''I ,'f''f'list : :,
I in Blanding area.Hammers 1940-41 fiscal and official i
es gar- City's new
haulingrials z Interest and principal on the but these few figures give a i! I .i

for bonds In question as they came year. rough Idea of the immensity of try

ew spur f. ;: due," Marcus F, Brown, attorneyfor The new Mayort N D. WainWright the project.

_ from the County Commissionerswho Beat Rhythm I Jr., was sworn Into office fly next week the contractors, jIQr.!: '

resiw to will file their answer to I the by his retiring counterpart, SUrrett Brothers & ICken!: as I

Blandbut court order by Monday, stated. I Dr. W !K. Middleton who did not well as staffs of Major L. Larson, : ,

Ysfrom The County Commissioners and For Dance Of Progress I seek re-election In the ,balloting supervising quartermaster, and :1; ,

Imagine Tax Assessor Hayes have been last month, because of pressure! the office force of Solomon & j, t

kick that 4" made parties to. the suit In the I I If a city's building, remodeling,,'lis expected. The fronts of the. of his other duties. Mayor Wain- KelM, engineers, will move intq t ,

y.. ,past week I redecorating, and repairing are buildings have been painted and wright then swore In the new their new quarters on the 30-foot '
Ing over '..;. financial the Interior of the Alvarez Store councilman, S. IS. Sparks, who 'I' (\
In order to comply with the any Indication of its road ,now b a I n g constructed t'I "
through I court order, the Tax Assessor health and prosperity then truly will be repainted replaces Don L. Hoover.In around the east and southeast I
1 where three weeks ago a tery Itself? A few hundred yards Work this week I Iyeal'
was completed
Iry would have to make a complete Starke Is a "boom town. reorganizing for the new sides ,of the lake. Stakes are
would have seemed like. farther on, from an old frame i"
oad the home of Mrs. Huv
I new tax roll n three month's Tuesday the ground was broken the Council elected to continue now being set for the 91,549,700/ trl!;
quel to "Alice In house to the left, the children of ana Johns on Center Street, The Its chairman W Edwards ill'' : '
as M. :
wonder-j Job, In which case tax collections and the foundations poured for hospital, which will be the next ,
In the top Wilmot Brown ran out to waveto ,could not begin until January, the new home of Mr. and Mrs. house was torn down and rebut! Applications for the posl building on the construction pro- (1'iI' q (f''j-,

iin't really "comln" the engineer. I lit was Inferred that the CommieI As F. Sauls On MacMahon Street from the ground up and modern dons of night marshall were read gram. '11 tl+1i:
[mountain," although Jt gives On across Road 28 we clattered, stoners school house Ben Hall, Ized. A cement walk was, laid and' Ben Holtzendorf and Ebb i:
I did not object to the levy, near the In discussing the size of the ; .
Impression but la pulling the right-of-way cutting a wide in front of the house and the
which Is only fair to the bond who has the construction con- Thornton were appointed. Thorn- Blanding project this week, official ( '
jugh a deep ,cut just off the swath through/ fields tilled by W. I porch column are-of cement con ton .
I holders, but they did object, to tract, stated the 'house should be replaces Walter Silcox. In the supervising quart :,
bottom W, Packham, D. ,,J. Phillips, and j
irk ,wThe... :picture structlon. C. W Colson was the '
the levy thin year as the roll has' completed by Christmas/ "If we P. M>Barefoot was re-appointed ermaster's office stated,, that It \ .
at" few"secondsas i t'was
Calvin Hall. 0oted
train ; twigs
the ,angrily
s .. contractor In
charge of the'
job '
I been completed; 'acceptance can get the. materials without de to the Hoard of City Bond\ ,Trua- comparable' in I > \
It approaches a road and hungrily at the shoulders of and Charles "
much by the commissioners next Mon; lay." JenklD..palntedLheatructure tees and'the"'mrignatioivof R. ,J with, Camp K4ox. _but that conl"r'\f::
bin; at Theressa. Buildingse the road bed, evidently "
this rude day, when the first meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thomas re- Davie from !'thin body was accepted latter required a year for I P. .
distance are Theressa paste perturbed at erstwhile domain.usurpation the new 1940-41 fiscal year will cently moved Into the new one- Work Is expected to be completed and R. F. Demoreet appointed struction, white Blending la supposed i(, t ,
and of their
Theresaa Christian I I[ be held story, frame house built by Mal- Boon, Bill Graham stated, to fill his place. The to be completed by Jan- :,lJI
titan Church. Our ride ended at Bar Bay,
L. Batten The Commissioners decided to lory Thomas on Lake Street The on the complete remodeling of theJ. term of E. H Smith, third mem- uary I, 1941-a period of three : .I' ,
the R.
I ihe right, as we steamed a boggy spot on
must fight enforcement of the order building! permit issued by the city M. Alvarez home on Walnut ber of the Trustee, doe not expire months. ,r '
from the town with tract which the railroad
tiny Street This fine old residence
I I for construction of this i home until next "
year. ,
at their Monday's
|pretty name, we passed the cross: before' reaching the high meeting Monday. has been repaired and repainted f" "
stated Its cost as $2,000.
meeting the last of the A ahake-up occurred in the
of the Theressa sandhills of the Camp Blanding 1
[tut cemetery Church. Who can im- reservation. I j 1939-40 fiscal year and duringthe The depot and the Seaboard Inside and a breakfast room and city' legal department as Marcus Bonds Approved {( r;i
bathroom have been added onto
I Airline Railway property are a (
e the amazement of those "When we get past this placeour day the Commissioners terminated the rear of the house. F, Brown, local lawyer, was ,
f sleep there day and night If worries will be over," the :1 all old business, paid center of activity this week. r named city attorney to replace T

could see this huge engine workmen said. "We should be bills, and paved the way la general Monday the old Railway Express The city has in the past! 10 Frank Landrum. I
mg through the woods that able to lay a mile a day on the for the new county year loading platform between the days. laid several hundred feet of wa continued as fire chief. A .
railroad and }i.Brownlee Prothers sewer extending from the La- '
which began October 1. city physician was not appointed.In
were as silent 'farther on. I
as the ceme- good ground
was torn down and the material. Fayette-Monroe Street manhole Freeholders Vote ?, <
It Is expected that the Como open session the Council w'
taken to Jacksonville. The space north on Monroe Street to within r '
Big For
mlaaioners and Assessor will pray passed an ordinance on the regu- Majority :I'
was with lime rock The about 100 of Madison '
paved feeL Avenue.
raft To Be the court not to enforce the order I lation of taxi cabs. amt a city New School Building h.t
Registration entire area around the depot has Most of the pipe-laying required ..: :
I this year an the tax roll is made permit was issued to R. Q. Kldd '
been paved as has the area east a five foot cut. :
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up and the time required to make : to operate a taxi service l InStarke. New.. River's dlstrlct-sponeored : \
of the rails In the depot block. It was learned Wednesday that r, ,',
School Oct. 16Vorld | another would W, 'A',
Houses cause property P. three-room
The railroad has paved a large the large two-story home of Mr. new school :; 4, 4
j owners to lose their discounts on A limit. on parking time on I house .,
I area on both sides of the main- and Mrs Titus Olson on Madison should be completed and ",
taxes paid during November and Call Street between the railroad I ... ,
War draft days will be recalled here Wednesday, lines and the sidings north of Street haa been rented to the ready for occupancy by Christ ";',
December with resulting decreases and Temple Avenue was discussed
ober 16, as approximately 1,350 Bradford County males, Road 48 and, the depot, and the Southern Bell Telephone Company mas at the latest "
attaches of
in collections as taxes but no action was taken. W. M the ,
s 21 through 35, file through school )houses} at various I extension of Cherry Street north. Southern Bell will I use' the .:. (
could not be collected until the I Edwards: expressed the opinion, School Board offices here said ;' 1,
nts in of Road 48 has been paved. The house as living for the
the for compulsory military quarters "
county register new roll was completed about however, that such a parkingtime yesterday. *1It ,: ,r
newly paved street connects the ten operators to be employed In ;
fling, M. F. Brown has been appointed county chairman January. : limit would be passed and
new Seaboard 2.470 foot siding handling long distance telephonecalls The $13.478 building almost ': s
{egistration. During the meeting Mondaythe (completed last week1)) and Road : to and from Camp Blanding ,enforced In the near future. failed to materialize: because of ft fta t f
overnor state-wide school holiday ,
Cone has declared a Commission requested the W. 48. A lime rocked strip beside :and Starke to the outside destinations shortage of district funds for '

[the 16th in order that teachers may assist in the regis- P. A to discontinue the sewing the new siding facilitates loadingand ) The switchboards and other 1,705 Licenses the $2,906 sponsor's fee, but an I "'\I;r

Nn I and that school buildings may be used as headquart- room project and Incorporate, the f unloading. necessary apparatus will be located Issued To Drivers election with free-holders (property \if40

NO one connected with the. sewing room personel Into a All of the Seaboard sidings in the house also. Mrs. owners) of sub-school dla't: :

'tratlon will receive pay for / Housekeeping Aid Project They here are filled with cars this week Olson stated Wednesday that trict number 12, New River and 5.
4 Men InjuredOn County Judge E. K. Perryman
work, but teachers will not also approved a $1,000 deputyI containing lime rock lumber and Southern Bell would move In Immediate area, Monday over (! .
found It to hire three :
thflr sheriff's bond for Chris Anderson, necessary ;
salaries "docked" be- Blanding Job I other building materials for Camp Monday. assistants this week to ade- whelmlngly approved a $2,790JIK:
of the holiday the Highway Patrolman stationed Blanding and. over 50 trucks'are Mr and Mrs. Olson have transformed I, bond issue to raise the sponsor' >'l '
quately care for the sale of over.OOO
r. Brown has asked N. D."wright Four Starrett Brothers & Eken I here. engaged at present transporting the rear of Mr. Olson's drivers' licenses, one-third fee and equip the building when '
these materials to the Camp. dUplay ( the completed. *
employees were Injured, one seriously rooms on same proP-1 he total sales during the wholeof .
lon. and, Dr W tErMiddleton, Saturday afternoon shortly More Help Added Work H bring completed this erty aa the residence) an, last year Wednesday sales In Monday's balloting 33 of the '': ,j I'
"mtendent of public Instruc- roof 1 week on the addition to Alvarez'Sto"o apartment where they will live, 83 persona qualified to vote i
after four o'clock when the At Western Union for the Judge's office has reached paid k
to assist in the work. and Sistrunk's Pool Room Yesterday a screened porch was a visit to the und ',
of a Camp Blanding building, on ,705: ; 1,634 private and 69 chauf- polLs the final i;
and the new part of these build added to the buck of this building tabulation ;
p-glitration showed
points for the which they were working at the Due to the pressure of greatly I eur's licenses. 31 votes "for i tbonds" '
ings will be In use tomorrow It '
in county precincts are as time, collapsed under them. I Increased business the staff of, Even with the able assistance and only 2 votes "against \
WI' The Injured men were Ray, the local Western Union Telegraph of Misses Martlle Hemingway, bonds.

l I Luwtey school house, Morgan of Gainesville W. P.( Company office has been increased Women To Have Pepper Inspects I Carol White and Willa Vida Kill- v The approved bond issue will gut>

>I. 1. and 3-Starke school Kemp of Lawtey, and! C T. Mc- !( to four persons and a Ingsworth applicants for licenses be In denominations of $250 for ,

i Clane and Norman Corbitt of:I messenger boy has been hired. R. Democratic Rally; Camp BlandingSenator I, till had, at times, to wait in each of the 11 bonds and they '

"'. Jacksonville. Morgan suffered' L.. Kemp, Western Union office Cline before obtaining a permit. will bear Interest at the rate of ,
), : Graham school house I a fractured clavicle (collar bone) manager here for the past sev-I Saturday, October 12 has been Claude Pepper ate a Drivers are required to have 6 percent annually. To liquidate ''::1'1' ( (I

5Hampton school house. 1 1I and other minor cuts and bruises I I eral years resigned last week and designated as Bradford County fried egg sandwich and a pieceof the new 1940-41 license year permits the (Ii-Hue, the district, which haa ,<;$
6 Thereasa school house. and was placed In a Jacksonville I I accepted the South Starke, Tber- Democratic Rally Day by the lemon pie In ryant'. Cafe Sat at once ait no extension, not an assessed valuation of $32,301 vV1,' ",

'. 7 New River' school house. hospital. The other three received esHa, Hampton, etc. Florida i { Democratic District Committee urday afternoon und expressed even one flay, was granted beyond will pay off the principal of one M(

? 8 Brocket school! house minor cuts and bruises Times-Union newspaper route. Women of Bradford County. himself well pleaded with the I 1 September 30, which wax bond per year In the years from .,;'.1,' '
r. Brown pointed out the fact and McClane WAS placed in a II Phs staff at the telegraoh of- The women decided on this i I the last day of the 1939.40 license 19-13 to 1933 Inclusive "

the registration on October Jacksonville hospital for observa fire In temporary and Is composer action at their meeting Tuesday Camp Blanding development seven year However, Chris The election waa held at Milfe

II, fur the purpose of filling of II. S. Richardson of Orlando, afternoon In the Woman's Club mile from Starke. Anderson, the Florida Highway lard Johns' store In New River ,,\.

the necessary questionnaires tion.All four received medical tr)!at- I H. A. Spires of Sanford, Miss Auditorium, with 1 Mrs. R, A. The Senator was winding up a Patrolman stationed here, said and Q. W. Andrews, K. C. Priest t f

No classifications will be ment by a local doctor and I Audrey Kennard Okeechobee. Green presiding/ ).(ra. Green ac- tour of defense projects In all that "leniency! will be .shown for O. G. Mizell and H. L. Johns were 1.t\ ,t !'I',, ,

e on lhat late, and there will bltt and Kemp were cor-I and Mrs. Catherine Heer of cepted the position of sponsor parts of the State and was on several days due to the crowded clerk and inspectors respectively, ,, i

I.,o llstng| of those who will back to work. : Tampa. A Simplex (automatic) for the Rally Day and District his way back to Washington. He coal iIions," When the patrolman Work on the- new school has. > J r '
St to be called. A commit- go 'machine has been Installed for Committee Women In the county was accompanied here by Mr. and apprehends a person driving ;?

will 1 be named later for the OfficeThe (I sending and receiving messages. who were not present at the Mr. B. H. Willis of Jacksonville without proper drivers' license meanwhile, been going on for sev- ,* y, *" :

lie of Passing on exemptions C. of C. Moves I meeting are urged to contact Mrs. the driver Is turned over to the eral weeks, so sure of the bond ''V t; I

ferments, he sald.11 Starke Chamber of Com New Substitute Clerk Green or Miss Arline ]Mann for New, Architects Here sheriff and the penalty dependson laaua'a passage were Its sponsor '4
\. wen. white and colored this week moved from the I complete details concerning the \ the county judge, before whom At present the wall of the ".
@en the ages of 21 and 35. (::Green Building on Call Street, ; Mrs. Louise Cain formerly Miss Rally Day. Plerson It Moore Gainesville I such cases are tried. wooden frame construction build

I give' moat register. This I IIII I which It has occupied for the past : Louise Jackson of Starke, began I After the business meeting, refreshments ': firm of architects, have openedan Ing are up and work on the floor '
substitute office here upstairs over the and roof la beginning. The old
ldr thaI a man la eligible for two months .in.:e reorganization, her duties Wednesday as were served Home Made AttractiveMr.
=f1 until he passes his 36th offices In the building owned I clerk In the local postofflce. present postofflce. Mrs. Carrie New River school house was torn l

day and to used by Dr. M. B. Herlong, It Is expected that Mrs. Cain will Klngaley Lake ChurchThe Ingram has been employed. John and Mrs. E. L. Williams down and 'sold' before the district

Temple Avenue opposite the work regularly! due to the greatly :' E. Pierson and Glenn B. Moore, have greatly added to the attractiveness realized there were Insufficient sy;$

fen on Jail House. The Increased volume of mall now Kingnley Lake Missionary Jr., partner In the firm, state of their home on funds In the treasury to sponsor 'tt
Buys '
Lot I I County was made Monday as the Green I being handled by the Starke of- Baptist Church will hold its regular ,that they can be reached at their Church Street by covering the the new school. The district i,

,. tresaman R. A. Green has r building la soon to be demolished fice. Mrs. Cain cornea from Ken- meeting Sunday, October 6, :office here, or If they are In outside with large white asbestos children are attending school held >.

based from M- F. Brown a to make way for a new theatre I dall, Florida (near Miami) and at at 11 a. m. The Rev. H. M. .. Gainesville they can come to shingles. The root b a been In an old, abandoned store build- ,$i

.t! 'lot on Call Street west I building It was stated by Chamber present l is staying with her parents -' Tlllman will preach. Every mem- Starke within an hours time for painted green, and green shutters Ing In New River until the new

"rode Chevrolet Co. I I of Commerce attaches. 4 Mr. and Mr*. Carl Jackson. ber Is urged to be, present. I conference are also planned. structure Is completed. / ,


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: h'> Expect Flat Feet Russell KayTOO The governor's proclamation. use of public free schools JCDKIAI.. rlllfl IT. K'' .'.,, ,
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I. which followed closely that Issued bo held during legal I 'N fllAlNOKKY 1.

: To Get You Out Of Army President Roosevelt, set the I ..I..cton. on Ottober 28th I Madison h Nt'cll, .,I, .'r. I r,81 14

;: :'j : : LATE by 9 m. and eUh, at the said. following districts .. I -vs.Kathryn-Complalntant the trlbue. I". ''h, ., ''. I&,,.,,
hours from 7 a. m. to p. Niu, "'I'I.
I district A. C.
each Pearson "r
If to out be called If TO CLASSIFY pIW"" in such i ,i, "j i'' u,
hoping keep
you're |can up more men are for registration at "a duly designated election the DefendantIt determiilected '," I.; "t,
:; ficials .are appointed.In I by affidavit ", ;t ,
because you've got needed.) .p".arlnl ap CXCis 'I.U
of the Army liondon: within I Hthool 1 ,\ I '' "
Writing from : on Sep. place of registration Special Tax bil riled In the ,
flat feet or an exceptionally ugly I CLASS 4: Men physically unfit ber I. aforesaid at the above-stated ..a I 11 that Kathryn ,I, If' *,
tember 9, Ben Robertson Jr., area" of those with I"CI.d. i,, : -
got another for military service. the registration I I'n' Florida, A. C. Pearson defendant there. 'on, ,,,, lh, ,' ,
-well you've "ti
face- staff for "P. M." 1 and Clyde In named a non-resident if
:. correspondent Moore.' Clerk pf the 'I"' ''d' .
\ think coming according to re- I If you think you have an all. said: affected by the law. I,III.I Heresy and N'ol $ State of Florida, and a resident of Pools Slat.'

S vlneil restrictions on just who I ment or defect the Army would "I further call upon all citizens,, sivctorsi I II 201.09 Avenue, Haynlde. -
.:L : not ac- turn down for-flat feet "These last two days have beenlike 1 i I In Special Tax School New the age of twenty- 1 'f'
will or '
Uncle Sam will and I you In this grave emergency in the her 2. at the Old Masonic one years; It la therefore. ordered 'InM'A"A',, ':-ION
for military duty. I I that Hort of thing-you'd better the end of civilization; they I exercise of their highest patriotic I I|I I Iamlton. Florida with H I that said non-resident. defendant anti i I", .t,?.' ,. 0""

vepl time when the think again. have been filled with utmost and 1' LacyVynn, be and hereby required to ap the Con, i ", I.. A 's
There was a duty aa they may be requested;, and Lucien to the bill of complaint filed log t" ..h.f 'I : '
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Army: would have turned you | Here are some things that the I savage by those In authority, to "C00- spectors; roar cause on or before Monday t In: iv littli: 1 ., ':
'S or I used to turn men down for "I have been death School ". Fourth day of November, A. :D'I')
down If your face were ugly I, Army appalled by tribute their services in early and In Special' Tal 1940 otherwise the. 1.FCI.ATI'RF< p',1", ]
t tattooed on that will be under the and destruction which German |I her 4, at lom. of tluv | Til'
If you had a guy lady I efficient execution of said act 1 and luy of said bill will be nmendm.iit"A J,1" I,!

7 of your anatomy "subjectto new rules. high-school boys In hundred- the proclamation concluded. ,, Clerk nt.n. and Mrs. Ouy fessed by said defendant.It al..galon.j'I tl" 4. r. ,. Of 2
S B purl 1 Is further ordered the 'P"'I 1 {
Hill and '
S exposure." And your physical j jmeasurements |i Head deformities. fractures of thousand-dollar planes have dropped State Attorney General George Mrs.W. O..rleV. ; be published .. "'Iorle,a. i I" '" ""Ih.

had to be just the coccyx and prominent shoulder on the hard working. poor I JII. School, ". for Four con.e..utve weeks In the a Ih.t .tlit.1'd. h. 'ShOe' ,ii'
S appointed In Special Gibbs. newly Co
Couper TII :
blades "If unassoclated with people of London. her 7 ,at home of W, newspaper published In Telegraph mild a "' the pi. ,,or, '" b. ':
right. State Draft Director H. F. Baya I County Ih. i'
r not only I evidence of disease" and If they I and with W. A. Jones UH and State. lion tSV'LlS' ""'XI' 'i
Army "It breaks ; on J
now.the nearly an American'sheart .
But I and Adjt. Gen. Vivian Collins of S. H. Dodd, Robert ) This 'h' ,
September I th, V. ,
below the Ir. 1th. 14. It..r first, fl.n
will accept men who fall do not prevent registrant to see these poor London .Florida National Guard who 'r..lle Dodd as Inspectors. (OFFICIAL standards of a few years!'"from, wearing military headgear families among the ruins of rtonrd of Public Clerk Circuit Court. Ject, rallfl"to,
the I Llradford to
I conferred the registration procedure of
; ton By J. R. K.Ue
'S ago; It alao, will arrange to have or the uniform. homes that many of them have announced no definite n. A. Stephen. Realty I! "hKf Z! (al 'Tit Sup
In some Arested tuberculosis, If the K 3. Lewis As Its Jacksonville, i"lorida lltln" l'un.I.1 ,"
minor defects patched up I Icue. worked all their lives to pay for plans had been made and their (OFFICIAL SEAL) for and I the lerm> of WVmh J
I Complalntant. 9-20
.. minimal amount of damage does but at the same time It la alsoa conference was med Frlduy.1150YearsAgoli. AU..t: 4 10.1TO' I of J tistic" oha" b. 'Ix 'frl") .
regulations not exceed that defined by 'the ieK W. Mlddleton, Ex any IIcllh"hl : '
new of
On August 1. source Inspiration to see how P. of said Bcmrd.27 IT MAY CONCKR.Vt ty tiI5 ohal
'VIO' aitteildment
drawn up National Tuber culosls Association. t..retary b
for applicants were really I determined the residents of THAT a 1935 (hI Ictt'h. .

with an eye to cormcrlptlon the bombed areas are to win the ; I Ford hearing. Coupe 1940 Engine Motor No. 18-1707l.1!, fled i'ottiit..'h.1. h.ju1.0 i h tet"r b'th the ,,

: "mobilization": t Is the Army word Acute or chronic gonorrhea or war. Hitler has made a big I | : OP ' \ 1 No. X.1357. with an appraised tnlt, kld. ., ,,""r thc Stit

7 for It. syphilis which Is judged fit for political mistake If he thinks that lO'rlrl' T\V IIKKItena : I 1 value. than $1,000 w aselied I 1,1 I h Ilu?" 'lutuI" itti., r,
In Bradford
< will not bar e .
forth quailS curative treatment a I .
1 forms set Indiscriminate bombing break 24, for _
Theolil I can (Items from the Telegraph's NOT1CK: HKItKWY: August 1940 being u..d .xplrRIO, if ,
____ good sol- man from Class 1A. Neither will IF the violation. of Section 9, Chapter. "m or.I
_______ tlonll "to make a the fighting spirit of the peopleof file of July 1900)) That J. H. 'I.I. holder flee.c
or re- malurla berberl I Certificate No. iHSiied 19:101: 'Lawl of Florida. 1139. and ) 'I th .,'
: lie a.'' You were accepted pallagrn scurvy this city. Him bombs have left The roof of the house of Mrs. day. of September A. U. that It the Intention Thos. 101 'h| : 't the.

d two ways about It. or other deficiency diseases if the people of London's east end filed In of W*. Long Director, State Beverage thereupon lr I .LdIllU'
,-c no David Kite caught fire Tuesday. j: same my tc. ) ''h.
i "to not severe and If I made application for I n"Iarl".nt of Florid.' (() S M 111)of I
designed they Talaha".e. OV".IU
they are I i
rules are In a state of the most complete .
XTiw new .
assistance of neighbors > to sell 11'
: Prompt be Issued thereon. (uld p Ju.t( "il I Ih) L
procure men who are physically are remediable by diet. fury" saved the building.Mrs. I embraceM' I the tol.wlll described at public :rr\\In frontof "hli.hl| | "II, ,>, ,

I he nunle 'no (bold If recruit didn't seem quite property In t of the Court House Starke, Flor- of 'hilt | 'ror"
nt. or wlio run Here In America It is difficult J. M. Truby has returned ford. State of 1." 'unly : I ida at TO.OO: A. M. on October 9, .n..r th nI,1.1, Jnt

rurtO. for the rigors of general bright In the old days he bad to for you and me to grasp or visualize home from Pablo Beach. Lot : of Illk 2.'Iorldl.. 1940. 1943 nn.1| hj j < J

service or for specIal or pans a Benet-Slmon test above atenyear01d5 1|.I Dlv of NK'/i of NI3V4 I ..,. The State De.rag. Department filled at Ih Ih "icr, e'
military the full of what Is I. E. has been reappointed '.r : .1.
Wainwrlght of Florida I
will level. There's no measure Twp. 6 8. 'It. 22 h:., r.HeIV." the right to re.J..t ?U t t/ h >ld ,(,, :I.,,
limited service." Now you happening over there. It Is. however to his position In the Acre, more or less.The any bids. six years, lu-iji a 1 lvases
Into one of three classes: mention of such tests for Class I of the All persons claimingany right or the first Mi-ulu, li Tuf
l/e> put within our power to feel In U. S. land office at Gainesville.S. erty under a..Rm..nt the said (' Interest. In or. to said property or (d) Th, .ui "

w CLASS 1A: For"general active 1A men now; you just have to our hearts the same reactions) of I M. Alvarez will spend the sued was In the name .rtrl. any part thereof are hereby required of the 8ul'>rem. "' .y( th..

I "appear to have normal understanding to appear and make Suchclaims elected at the "ourt.
military service. fury and determination described I summer In Asheville, N. C. nie tlewart. gt rat '
unless speech that can be ( certificate within thirty (30)) days "re..dlrl the 'x '
CLASS 111: Not acceptable so vividly by Robertson as typicalof Postmaster L. C. Hill is placingthe redeemed .according. to from the. date of tt first publica r".ctve term "I'olon I
that affect understood definite sign of this .
specific directions to no property ton notice provided for a ,' fr.
the heroic Britisher.I lumber for his new residenceon de'rlb"d th..ln
_ ______________S have been Issued by the War of organic disease of the brain Walnut Street. sold to th.. highest bidder of Section Florida 13,1939.Chapter to 19301.the Laws State Just term ice I the aitti w h'i VI.
know how would feel court hOIH. door on the Kucwmor |
Department. (That means you_ spinal cord or peripheral nerves. you E. M. Futch. a venerable citizenof day the month of Beverage Jepartm..nt of Florida at for the balance of the l
----- or how I would feel to term.
see my IU40, which Is the 4th, a or all suchrights
home or that of a kindly the Pine Grove district November 1940. and Interest aln and to said Section 4. (a) The Super

-:, : .1 Many Florida Properties Improved loving hard working neighbor peace In town Thursday. was// tember Dated, 1940.10"'f'IC this. 24th., day property shall THOS.cease and W. terminate LONU. I may exerclw.on.ld.r sod nl d.

Richard Mott, of Milliard Director, State Beverage I and .1
wantonly destroyed to satisfy the ( TAl. SEAL) A. J. Depart Jurtsdlctlun

,:,. ,I Through FHA During Past Year lust and ,hate of a maniac dic the guest of his slater, Mrs. C. 1"1 County Florida.Circuit Court of 6t Ida.. of Florida Tallahassee.B5t.... Flor 10.4 I I In meml.rl which of case thl a.('ourl.h maJom) .Inl',J'l

9-2 I
Sr tator.. Cason. Itlte a quorum" fur, ihL
Florida homes have been repaired during the July 1, 1939 to June I of buslneHs !

_ otherwise 30. 1940 period flpproxlmatelj: The recent action of President KOTICR OF NOTICE or ELECT.OI? i powers, and >,,,,,.'I..lI...may, .,,.."
remodelled or ;) FOIt \ nIu'D4enaie WHEREAS The of i .
Roosevelt 1'-
_____ modernized to the extent of i one-third of them were made bj; r In swapping 50 American NOT1CH. OF' HI.KCTIOV Hill No. 1 1931. under the ConllUtuton of 1885, //IonR.-' i' _
_____________ destroyers for air and An election I IK hereby called In state did I 1WiPI
Fed- insti. naval the described. .. IH HEREBY ( th. pass all I time I I li, '
nearly $5,000.000 under the out of the State lending following Special Tax That Lem Joint Resolutions proposing iii"JOI i :lea,

oral I Housing Administration's I tutions. This can be avoided and I defense bases was heartily approved i School Florida,Districts to-wlt of Bradford County holders of Tux Perry Certificate anti I I Locus to the Constitution o( the Supreme Chip, Ci.iir, >n that (

by every right thinking I the Sixth day of State of Florida and the same 'h"er' I
.u..d log the ,
Credit I i from this State call
Property Improvement private capital : American and the In SpecialTax School Dstrirtnumber A. D. 1928, same agreed to by a vote of three- thereof ,. be .
Plan program during the period can be put to use with a littlemore foresight and 1. described and boundedas office and la. tl..t'nld.. of all the members. elected In place at..1, u t late Junlr.
I ;, courage that attended this action follows: each house that toy iluent( *?,
M. the olBomo for a tax deed to be I Issued : the votes on or dlNiihlrd! ,
July 1, 1939 to June 30. 1940 : cooperation on part Joint jnMir. t (for
convinced Peglnnlng At Northeast corner on. S.ld were entered ,,
a voteras e"'Utl'al. meat to
many wavering dl"n| | but
M. Pnrrlsh. FHA State director of the lending institutions, of N..... 24 Twp. 7 :S.: K. 22 K. following d"'I.d their respective Journal., shall In'J I ud. 'thin H

reported recently especially\ in the larger cities and to who would get his supportin and run Went to Northwest corner the County D"lt" to Il, the yeas and nays thereon, ju '', A :S the coming election.A ot Sec. 22 of said Twp. and Florida. to-wit: they did determine and direct. Ihr.< .. members ,. hal ,
Parrish said 11.770 Property town Purrlxh said. Range. thence run South to Lots 6, 7. 8 of Blk 2 In tlat the said Joint Resolutions. be ('I of I its ""hid oKd j JI" 'Hlv.
Improvement Credit loans totaling "There still are thousands of, large majority of the people Southeast coiner of Sec. 33 of Add, to Hampton Section 30 "ubmlt..d to the electors. of the '. jildicine i ifiiurred din
felt that such aid should have said Twp. mid flange. thence ship 7 South. Range 22 .. the Ueneral Election in "
_ need I In l h> h 'hift, Jtr I
In .
made Florida Florida .
4931880.31 were to In badly
homes been run West to tluUlhw"Ht coinerof The assessment or the suld 1940. be the Juilgnie, if
of mod. given months ago and many See. 31 of said erty under the said .. NOW. THEREFORE. 1. n. A. i C
_ _ homeowners during the 12- of repairs or some type Twp. and less such am r. rlvci Hipunishment ,
express the feeling that battleships KanKe. thence sued waR In the name of Y, of State of the
run South to
__________ t S month period and Insured by the ernization" Parrlsh d e c I a red. and boundary. line between Alachua McCarr.Unless .. of Fe..ret..y, do hereby give ion of a' WlHtttutlonal t ,h. d.,
planes other
S Federal Housing Administration. I IS I "These improvements can be made equipment and ttradford, Counties, Florida. : ". said certificate that aaI.'L I in., ,Fo.
could well be sent since the thence. redeemed to .. ( "..
according be ,
Those totals the much smaller cost Southeasterly along .FCTIO' broug-hi: im ontn'f
brought grand at a .
S ; today defeat of Britain certain mild boundary line to South line property described therein be .. )' In ,
_ _ _: total of loans made to Floridians I than will be the case If they are means of S..... 5 'f'II. 8 S. R. 22 K., sold to the highest bidder on Tuesday next succeed cnn.ttutullll' ule II rtjui.municipal Y..
war for ,the U.. S., and a war to thence run easterly along I' court house door on the 1 the first Monday In November, :
____________ S tinder Title 1 of the National neglected for ,several! months be the death. ton lne. to corner sec day In the month of : D. 1940,' the said Tuesday. being be a dissent onlinnnc li tin' or I 1 1
Iouth..a.t '
Housing Act to 43,328; aggregating fore,anything'is''done.; Funds to .. Twp. t. 22 10., 1940, which l 4JM I the 4th., day theFIFTH ment of a divlHlw a
from the But, every; thinking person Ih..n.. run North nnint.. rrbeginning. vember' ntY OP NOVRMHRII thereof Juitic-l
19247863.62, beginning both for the necensafy materials \ or the Chief
pay n..t.\ this Hth. the ratification .
day of
knows that the U. S. is at war' or rejection of ordered liy I lha Chlrf Juf
of FHA operations and for the' labor can be In Special Tux School District num her 1940.UP'FIClftiL. : said Joint Resolution propon be by ttto dl
r and has been at war with the her 2, and bounded SEAL) A. J.. ; amendments to the Constitution conHld.r.1
this StAte through June 30 of obtained under the. FHA Property d".cl'lled AM 1 I' requite
Clerk I .bal
follows of the
totalitarian powers for months. : Circuit Court of I"I. I I'I State of Florida, via: federation diviiloni
this Credit plan. No County Florida. A JOINT : ,
year. Improvement Fifth columnists and Fteglnnlng at Northeast corner 9-20 4 ,I RKHOLUT10N Propos 'Chief Justice
Property Improvement Credit down payment Is required. saboteurs of t..". 9 Twp. 7 8. K. 22 12. .and 1:: Article the Amendment' of S..Uon :' (C) The Chief JuitlM
operating on orders of Berlin. run westerly along section i Oil 1)1011 OF1 ', IX of the the chief admlnltitraiivt of
_ Loans may be made for as much "Expenditure of only a few lines PI ( :, Ad Con..ttuton.
Moscow and Rome to half section line on IV ('UUTIT ('Ol IIT : T"xaton the Court nnd responabladispatch
are doing I
as $2.500 and the borrower has hundred dollars can put most line of Sec. 7 Twp. 7 S. norll. .IIIHC'ltl, ('114(1 IT. .) i State Purposes. of bloln... tnt

as long as three years to repay homes in the State needing repairs their utmost to weaken and disrupt K.:. thence run Southerly along i Col STY. NTVIIO: ;I'I:':, ; |I I I I (P IT RESOLVED OF THE BT THE LEO- ing conslsten ,'Monti, I
I America from within and It half sectionlines through Hec. iv : i STATE OF not be required. 'I< 'xaminr
the loan In equal monthly Installments In good shape and enhance 7 and 18 to South line of See Virginia A. T.('U.-I\ I'' : That the following cord of a ,saline CHI! may luconclusions ,

_ Parrlsh said. Any type their value more than the cost of' 10 high time Uncle Sam quit talking 18 Twp. 7 a It. 22 E., thence Complalntant I I'"en'; to Section 2 of Article "if' fa found I"
I I II and began some sure enoughcrackln' run westerly along section line -vs- I', s of the State vision and stale J' the 01'|'
_ of repairs or Improvements to a these repairs. The average to half section line I In South John C. Lee, r.latn& to taxation Rcuornpanylnir
_ dwelling which .becomes an Integral amount of the Property Improvement down. boundary of Sec. 1 Twp 7 8. Defendant taxes upon the law K *atnl i
i The only reason bombs are not H. 21 K.. thence. South along It appearing by .. .state PU.Jo"e., be, and the cussed and ''U ippllull""
part of the structure upon I I Credit loan made during half section lines to pended to the bill filed. .m. I la ." to. and fact but In i.f >n .

completion. are eligible for financing I. the last year In Florida hAS been dropping today on your home and line between Ilradford boundary above-stated cause that John be submitted. to the electors vision .. w.eV.II.,. 'lhoiproperly .
mine and that corpses of loved chua Counties "Florida AI".I the defendant. Ih..r.ln the State at th* General. EJ..cton connidvrlni > "|
under this program. New $420. That sum If repaid over run Southeasterly said I non-resident, of the State of ? Representatives In 1940. examine the -ward

roof, repainting repairs to the I' the .maximum three-year term, ones are not being dragged from county boundary alulIl nest ida, and a resident of .. o r..jectonIhat/; Is to nay .hal tclpat. Ih.r"I,. n slhtr -
the ruins, is because Mr. Hitler In.. of Sec. 8 Twp. 8 S. H. 22 Villa W..t Virginia over of Article event tht "hl f Ju
heating system or installation of I would make the monthly payment and his cohorts have been too f. thence run North to South I I of twenty-one years; It la be amended BO. as to read aa unable to ttc fI Mir r
a new heating plant are the types leas than twelve dollars. corner of Sec. Twp. 7. fore _ordered that said ) .: Justice 'r >ontlnu'
I : busy elsewhere. 8. H. 22 K. thence r,,3. .......-i.- iderennent he and Is hereby I S..llon 2. The Legislature shall vice and 1011..I''t dr' .hal>i l lstead
of Improvements most frequently "And not only would the improvements I for ,
along section to revenue suffl- '
Nothing would and In. to Southeast appear to the bll of ralalnl with llki 'II'
financed under this plan.Parrlsh enhnnce the value of please delight corner of Sec. .Twp. 7 H. K. riled In said .. on or to expenses of the I
I .u.e .
him more than to give I 22 K., thence run northerly Monday the Fourth day. Including State appropria ''I A JOINT IlBSOI.rTION
_ that of the but also would make
reported the
America a nice generous dose of alongsection lines to the point vember. A. D. 1940 olh..rwl. for the benefit of the unl- Ing to Amend Smtlon. I A
: of beginning- .allegations. system of free of U
Property Improvement Credit I It a brIghter. more comfortable of said 111 ,, public schools of the Constitution
the Blitzkrieg, and don't think In taken In accordance with tc ''cmmlssloners. '
loans made to Florida families I place In which to live." Special Tax School District num a* confessed the Article of Florida. Relating
fendant. Constitution
her and of .
for a minute It won't come justas 4 described and bounded as t.Ofl the ,
It Institutions higher > B
follows: further ordered that of learn- HB IT ISKSOHEt
quickly as the dictators feel order be once I lEt.r1riach. fiscal' year. and also LRQISLATriiB OF t TUB
-: ; ; there Is the Heglnnlng at Norlh.a.t corner for four weeks a iumS'.nt' sum to pay the Prlnc- OK Thai Sfi,',
Florida slightest ;
Leads Entire Nation chance of of Sec. 25 Twp. 8 8. R 23 K. and Bradford ( .. .relt of the existing In- 'LOBIV. ,"
West County (oneltultale
run .
success.It on section ... th
to the newspaper the stat ,
In said E1"1.? : but after of r.I'
{ In Percentage Of Population Growth Is all right to talk about i thence easterly run shore southeasterly of H.nt... "'e Lake and State. p.bIHh..d ad 3.t, A. D. 1940. no levy County (Commission, ,

: ." ''keeping this country out of said. shore of Santa Fe alan" ( Tills 19th., 1940. n V1alorem property taxes upon real or same hereby am to.mW and>
SEAL) A. except intangible agreed
OFf'l J. amended
The Census Bureau announced ,'and the Pacific Coast States accounted .S war" but Mr. Roosevelt\:, Mr. County the south"boundary of Bradford Clr..ul Court. .. shall be made for any submitted .to the ebct' ,"

last week that the population of! for two-thirds the In.S Wlllkle or Congress Itself easteily. 'Iorld.said thence run J. It. K..I.v. purpose whatsoever; and Sec- State of Florida .t ,till
can'tdo South bound n. A. S f Article XII -
I____ of St"Phenl. and the election. of
ary Bradford .
crease. that If the other County Florida. .. U hereby '
the United States on April 1 was fellow Is determined to the line Florida repealed.A held In 1910 for *I'P"
All Sotheastern boundary for Complaintant.. Section I 01'
the States had 9-20 Said
131409881. This was a gain of important Increases New England Russia to fight Germany. Italy, Clay Florida, thence Bradford run Northerly I., 4 Amendment;IOINT RESOLUTIC_ rropo.lnl j..cton., amended. .tiall read
or Japan don't to
want L
___ war along; NOTIfK OP 'lows:
1 per cent since 1930-the smallest last boundary APPMT Constitution '
barely gained at all. and Industrial with America. All they want IS line to the beginning FOR T\\ KKI-> of Florida Addlol "$ ction 5 Tlml.'I"?
an .. 'unt"
percentage increase In any States) like New York and America-and they'd take It tomorrow 1 In tier Special 7. Tax School District nuni1 NOTICK 4 r-nate JS lull N. 1113)>: I I ..7" the Creation of a Commls- sloner's in each. dlstrli-ti of the A' oh.1,
decade of American history. Pennsylvania gained less than the If the y could. There I follow:d..rlb..1, bounded a. That Mamie Kllllngsworth:HKRIOBY : 'I 1 Conditional Empowered. Releases to Orant Paroles law from limo "< 0,

The 48 States and the Districtof national average. would be no declaration of war|I I Fteglnnlng at Northeast corner K. KllnlHWorl. 8 h holder of ?' "Prisoners or Persons. or Proba-With county be elected a "u"m..lo".r hI ( ;"| '''I
Parts of the Middle West where of Hec. 12 Twp. 8 S. It. Issued the 'lmln.1 Offenses, Under )l '"
on their part on the E. day of SupervlBR saidount)
Columbia ; 2 August ors
reported 8,634,835 contrary thence run West along A. l>. 1937 tt tm tub"' '
more residents than they did 10 drouths and dust storms have they would explain to what was I line to Santa Fe Rlv.. .I.n"I I,I filed made name application In my office and IT RESOLVED BT THE place. of volnI h".1! I,

left of the rest of the run Southeasterly along to be for tax ( T.ATtnE OF STATE orlc..rH. pronld'tt years ago. but Individual States plagued the people had losses. world that Fe to the Hlnla'l i ,. Issued h TiE year om'
northerly cat : (t''Mint!
peace while the Hun army Southeasterly along the shore Bradford State of Co Article XVI of the 1940 from tho rhO1tricts um
By percentages Florida gained 1 and South Dakota of Santa Fe Lake to the : of the State 0' I'
Nebraska of Invasion would Inter HI of SWV, of $ ? V'V of Florida shalt .r'"
assume the section thereof W'4! dd r
with ex. .
the 'he
the fastest of the States. 27.9 South In \V Cor. .J"i5ito (acell..neol. Provisions and those ft in
Kansas and Oklahoma. The only role of benefactor. lineof. Sec. *2 Twp. 8 H. R. 22 K., 19 Acres I Twp. 6 8. adding, an additional. districts ..r'" 10f ro
F: .
per cent while South Dakota thence run more or less. to be .h.II .rm'
I other State to lose America like other .. easterly along The assessment of the J known Section 32 And ther.ut' :h'
lost the was Vermont. nations has .101 lines to th.uuth..t said Raid' xv p"Wo"and
most. 7.5 cent. The erty under A.rUrle specifically rn
per of JSeo. 24 I the said I ?,, .. ap. four .u.1
grown soft from "I'n.r Twp. 8
peace and S. is. 22 U'lWa. th. creation' of Can, i '
New York continued easy in a
District of Columbia. where the as the K thence the name. .
living but she i Is : .run North along secii Ita__I wH*r>_ orV. I authorized to grant parolee (' ** 'I' P
awakening and __ ___ __ omml..I"n. ,1.
number of Government workers most populous State with 13,379- .. lines. 10 point of Unless. ,; said condltonA' ._.l.u__--- LU by law
If God gives us time we will | determine the b."lnllnl. redeemed ,' ..rttl"al. 1 prl.on..r.. under 1 up-rv'l.lon.. .
tas all the Whether *
doubled outpaced said "HO
622 residents which was 6.3 per harden districts become I.w. ar.1ed '" and b "ul" RKSO:
up to a point where .h..1 A JOINT
no a described "h,1
Slate with .Inal. district e" therein "' .
36.2 electors "
a gain. sold \ ,
cent more than It had In 1930. nation or combination of nations district I. '\.crlb"d and bOlnl..d.Inll. highest bidder at 1: I "'Iorld" for animation Stat Inl, to Amend,-.iuil'ui' l ,'f
Prr' autuat. number California I a. fulln" : courthouse door on the first S or the Ih'
can threaten us. In the day In the Vf/11. next U nal Election I of Florida "
Pennsylvania. Illinois. and Ohio meantime month of n"I"1 ,
be .
at I Iof ""
Coined the most-1,196.437, and we'd Northeast wlI. I. the 7th J" 19,11 as follows: ion of :.
better corner
be of
I "Section
doing lot $ day
a esl 24 Twp. 7 a Legislature
again held the next three ranks.In H. 22 B.. t may Taxation: F
Kansas lost the most81862. of heavy prayln' for Britain and tiiene ATse Vest t'. Norlbw".t Dated this 7th day. of .. *..!...a Parole Commla.lon. em- HK: IT RfVfl'i, -pp TUB

The 7 per cent national gain that order. Then began a number back it up wfth all the help that' and corner Range. 23 of ..Id Twp. I ber. 140..Ot'.ll.1 \f. \Jli1 r""a"to grant or p.rol.probation. or'under con: iKaisr.ATt-HB, ) : < J.rOF ,,

wn lens thnn half the ratio In of changes with California It Is within our power to give. I I( to NNmhea.7 corner office. North of Circuit SEAL Court> A.of J. .supervision to prisoners or F'I.ofJI.'M' d"V'

previous decade. Census Director We said Twp. and Kan.ce. thence I run County, Florida. ?. charl..d with criminal of- the State. .' F'lo' ,<' ,
any ousting Texas from fifth place. may question the authority! westerly along section lines 0-1 4t .? provide for the I, exempt It If .rl.n .
to .. the t
II William I.. Austin said Other States to better their rankIng of our President for the actionhe hal section line on North line > *'in and 'nod of select- from taxatlor V l"d"Ihd
this was due fo a declining birth takes or we may hang Senator kng.H.c. 7 of said Twp. ant I O'rlC.1 OP T tPPMC\' I their Commission members and Is hereby amend.-d : w
Included Tennessee Kentucky. thence r n \ I>KRI> term office the length I my-M
rate and a virtual stoppage of S pepper In effigy for'we can alona htf section I lin. .0uCh.l"through C".n.c., Hill %n. IH.1) Which shall b" wholly wltMn ted II .gr..d to \. !."nt. ,.n.

Immigration during the last 10 i Virginia Louisiana Arkansas i' still do that in AmE'rlcR-but !.c,. 18 and of II to S.uth line ot ''Th.t(1 K. U.: IS HEIlKnV: dlacreton of the Legislature." Florida !)h *,\' f j'
said Twp. Duncan '
From 1910 to South Carolina, West when the thence and itange. Certificate hOI.r of .1 1 A to be .I"j,
year 1920 the Virginia. Gestapo does the questioning run westerly along see." day of 38A, the JOINT RESOLUTION Propo.- ton after !hl'l! .

gain was 14.9 per cent and from Florida. Rhode Island District of or the hanging it will I Mouth(ion line.. Co hal .ertoa line In I filed September In A. t). 1935 I an(' AlP.. to IX of vember, I'HU! 'alf.

: : 1920 to 1930 It was 16.1 per cent. Columbia New Mexico.u."prt'M'nt"Uon be TOO LATE! I 21 F:.. thence of 1.0. sOUtherly T.p. 7 along$. be made Issued application.m. my for oft..e and *. .{Relating'' of to Taxation tn. State and of rejection.Said 8.rtl' Mam.nd..d \
Austin said many sociologists ChangesFalling I half. .e'Uon lin.. to boundary I I embraces thereon. Raid .. by Adding Thereto an Ad. .hal l .aC"(

had predicted that. eventually. behind were Texas. Alabama Cone Sets Oct. 16 In. between(Count.,Bradford Florida and the sami Al ford property th.the following County: of.. } ??!"*ltur Neclon' .. Authorizing State of Florida the I I to-wlt Section: T),", tli prothe .l'

the population would reach some"static" Iowa. Oklahoma Kansas. I issM- thence I I.t Ilal.I 114 of Florida to-wit: .Aliocate! and Distribute' to the empt from :.val.'1Hunlr'( "

level and stop Increasing. I I[I Connecticut South Dakota. North Registration Date ... Rlv.1 Co the alon. $ant* ,I I A ", E of ft.A, N adjoining A S by .?-Li'ount.*""of Now the Levied State, Cer-and value1 whIt F' "'l"d J. ">-

_ While his Bureau Is unwilling to Dakota. Montana.; Utah. and New For Draft I H.nta F. Lake, 'tion Temples 2*. Addilnn to Starke .. .. and to De son to every who I Is s .>.i' |,d.,ot., u?

make an official prediction. he Hampshire. H"uth..rly arid alone the nortiterly .21 I East., South, Florida.and Collected by Itat.I the State and fuR''WAS ,f

aid the peak might be reached Nevada continued to trail the Governor Santa Fe easterly.. to .hor.the .South of erty The under assessment of the said IT ItESOLVRD RY 'CliP. LEO- fortune.been disabled. .
red P.
_ Cone Thursday Boundary of Bradford the said OF ; '.* .
I certificate STATE !
1970 voteowith
In sued OF
or 1980. States with 110.014 THE The am'
residents an Morlda. o.nIY. was In the ) > .a
A ,
of last week Issued an official thence run .easterly H. Smith. name of : That e said P' P1' i
(litlne* In Southeast. Increase of about 20000. proclamation along paid| South Boundary. of Unless Ir. to Article folowln.: and the .anUM' ItO.l?.-
October said .
-I The effect of birth rates on the The large shifts In populationmay 16 for netting boundary Bradford County line Florida to the redeemed shall relating of th. State of FloeS returns thereof .L hsi Iat ,?.
registration to *
in Floridaof b.C..n Clay and property law taxation and finS to the same |4 4strlctlons
population total was shown he change the distribution of rC-t''I... described therein by adding arc p ,
men between the ''Iorld. old to the will thereto an addi' a. ;,, i'
21 .
ages o(
then highest
added. In the fact that the Northern seats In the House of Representatives and 35. Cforesaid rUn northerly iaei courtbo.... door bidder at : 15 section of Co be known a. See-' for general .. t i .
Inclusive In accordance boundary line to on the first said Article IX U.
poInt aUlhor.
States accounted for only one- but the exact of the month of the of 'Iorldl. ,
changes with the b..lnnln. of
federal conscription law. which I. the 7th Otolr. Lgialalur. the 8Cat.' IN T STJtSt .I i
third of the national while I. "' .ban 1 1 Florida *
gain cannot be determined until the The be trustee. of said 40. and dls- harend It.the .
proclamation was Issued proposed consolidated Dated to the severs counties of (\ '
the Southern half of the ountry census figures are verified. and districts. thle 30th., $ atlud ,f
of certain
as state 140 day
officials conferred decide S. Tb. VnA .xci. taxes now t F
number {
to of ,
mill h6
-where the birth rate Is higher Congress hal a chance to act. i how the draft machinery tax to be. levied and of district (OFFIlI.SEAl..) A. l.v.JSoll'cJ" Collected lIt
nuolly for the two .ucceedfnV t'lrr.I' Court : .. of FnaHnd by the
a la R..fI
County .. and hereby agreed 1940. R"
5 .hal .b* 8ubmlc.d to the SEAL "
the ttat. Flarlds !_ Ut lilI" j."

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Without a cheery smile? solos in History class.

What would give us courage "Jack" Andrews--Ability to ron

High School Journal To walk each weary mile?' her big brown eyes.

A frown brings tears and sighs, Geraldine S.- Ability to act on

But a smile! lifts one's heart; the stage

So remember in your dally/ I Frederick W.-Quiet dignity ,
IUU\, OCTOBER) 4, 1040 s NUMBER: EIGHT duties Joe Lander-Pleasing person-

To smile and do your part ality : fl.'

s, Jorns.U.jack STAFF HalleEJltol Record Crowd Sees B.. H. S. I, Talk Of The Campus The Smile"Your --Marjorie" Thompson ter."Belle" Gelger-Charming chat- I ,

jClilf' Betty Green This good old town didn't know smile Is YOU!" It's Seniors Eagerly "Mutt" Jones-German haircut.

artsorts! Opal Peele] Beat Green Cove Springs what was happening Wednesdayat precious-protect is with Ipana Await Rings Opal-Senseless chatter.
Davis .
Buddy noon when a bunch of gala and Massage! F ,
Virginia Straightforward
bint* Sadie Prince Green I Besides! being a little frightened >turn out as- well as this -one did about three deep In Sadie's car I I. Of course you recognize thatas Since the Senior Class Kings opinions. ,

Peep Grace Mack Futch in playing their first game the we 11 have all) the Athletic Asso- went to town singing all those old a tooth paste advertisement. were ordered on September S, Juanita Kalch-Being so quiet. .';'': "

[Seoul" Moody Tornadoes really showed Bradford i elation debts paid up soon. hill billy and pep songs. The naMe of the tooth paste the Seniors have been looking E. L. G.-Chewing gum (especially ,': -;
Melba High they could win. Jean Edwards just makes us might have been as far removed forward their arrival. If .
to I
ass Barnes i, The pep squad showed plentyof nothing In English). : :
Lillian from '
jb Iris Crews The ball was kicked off at 8:00 pep and gave some good yells. all want to get up and dance from'Ipana" as the East l Ie happens, we should receive Betty S.--New hair styles. .. 'I 1'l I
the West, but the general [
,lei Marie D. andFerrol !o'clock with a recordbreakingcrowd I This year's pep squad has already when she plays her accord Ian. for us to accept Is there! regard them by next week. Dorothy N.-Ability to cooperate + '::'

l Jones on hand to witness the shown us what they mean to the I wonder how Betty Green less.. Our smile reflects our personalities Of all twelve years In school with others. I{1';1 1Velma

Louis Jordan first performance of the season. srhool. keeps her good disposition. Let and, although you may there Is nothing more important & Selma reporters. t Itl",{;

Edgar Wilkinson With Judy McRae making two Although the band had no vol. us in on the secret, Betty not believe It, sometimes our than getting a beautiful class \ '. O'J '

Reporters touchdowns and "Mutt" Jones ume, the playing that the members Jack Haile really Is a worker. characters. Many sufferings are ring. OCALA FIRE DAMAGE f.". '

\\'nsend.pedal Jeanette Parker making one, the score turned out displayed was fine. If we What would we do without him? hidden behind smiles and the person So can you blame us for beingso Ocala,-An early morning fire I: ,.;'
to be 20 to 12 In our favor.' I had about a dozen or two more excited! "
members, it would be fine. Iris Crews Is so little and sweet. who can face the world witha Saturday virtually destroyed half ,.+\ .'y\
Coach Stephens admits that the Makes smile regardless of what it has
feel like around '
me a giant
Editorial : The entire school expresses its I a block In the business district, ,
boys need plenty more work be- her done to him Is to be greatly ad Junior Class NewsMy
appreciation to the people of the doing damage estimated unofficially ,
fore will make !
they a mired.In .
top rate
SEK1W: TO :MB: county and surrounding commu- Enos), my boy, where did you
rr team although : !Wotta cold that's at $30,000 for four estab- t
leaders have to be born they played remarkably nity for showing such wonderful get that bright orange sweater? ]looking for some special wave I'' I
well In their first game. sweeping over Starke. Well we lishments. The fire was discovered : ; ."
Just any. ? in
made therefore school spirit We believe that Could I wear it sometime character-or personality-trait
overnight Mr. Williams states that deserve] it after all this hot In the rear of a building occupied :
t become one everyone enjoyed the game and Comments by some boys on a B. H. S, student, I have found .G
are quite a few things gate receipts were very !Rood and hope to see that park full) again street! corner as Martha Mathewswas that B. H. S. students as a whole weather we've been having. by the Blrdsey Flour Mills\ "",1' t

hE'er leader must possess that the cars were handled very tonight when we meet the Florida passing: "What a girl! Whata possess the smile Seldom Is I've been through another brain :Company and the Western Auto IIR1\

to be any good at all.L nicely. He says that if we can I School for the Deaf from St.- car! Boys you all aren't the there a frown-and that only twister of a day and here's the Supply Company. A strong wind ill.

have a pleasant per- Just have a few more games to Augustine. It'Jl be a whiz! only ones that think she's cute." when the grade on some test is results: spread the flames to adjoining; ,!It;

I vU'I'loA''' that parries well Glad to see Ida Sternberg back low or some similar occurrence. What Are Our Student Noted buildings occupied by the Ocala : .t?:
too''' loud, a back Bowling Center and the Arcade ;! \
one tha t's second Artie Shaw." In school. The smile soon finds its way Fur? i. "
j-se of rhythm, and be "What University or ChatterboxSuch I to our faces because we are young "Buck"--Ability fo play football Barber, Shop. The damaged build :tli!,.
Collegedo Alt Smith has the most beautiful "
handle a crowd and carefree, but the thing for us ings were on South :Magnolia ,
you wish to enter? "I hope to I shade of red hair. Makesme I rl' ,
week-end with all\ the ,
mentioned a I to remember Is this: later on Street A drug store and the \ ,
.8 four things go to Emory University when I'' Frank Crews-Ability to get
almost turn with
Is rhythm. Football\ Games. We certainlywere :, green envy. when we have burdens and responsibilities Commercial Bank In the same'! 'fr.
.e outstanding leader can not keep finish school." I proud of our boys Friday Virginia Firestone Is a real as adults, we can along with the girl!!!. block were not touched by the ''I :,,1}
Ltd Boer and with plenty of "What are your main lik
fin it he might as well "O, pretty girls, good music, I I right by winning the first game Just had half that energy. To be out "on top" wearing the smile Edwina Wiggins Pleasant l ,(

I sport cars and Persian cats" of the season with a score of 20 'around her makes me feel stiff Perhaps this Is old to you, but laugh I an important dinner Mark h.,,;"'"

should alwaysr P. S. Girls, you'd beter watch I t to 12 over Green Cove Springs. in the Joints. the fact that we really do smile Ida Lee--Sweet disposition Twain solemnly said in opening "

.r leader( "tough" your step! with Jack Haile and Coach Stephens is doing a good Louise Stern always hRS every Is something to be proud of A Sonny Stl'l\'nblc'rg-Sunny' smile his speech: ill"I";'\:'
to get
| never his brown eyes, or you might Job of coaching.The when he smiles "Homer Is dead- '
bleachers. feather in place. She really! is bright smile helps those around ( ) > I
I L people be on coaxed the or beg find yourself in love. You'd bet cheer leaders Dot. Nina smart too. Oh, well, I Just us to feel" better in many In Buddy Davis-Ability to get Shakespear Is dead- II'I i:

not ter remember how he made that Grace, Freddie, Sadie and Carolynalso guess some people are born that stances. 4 along with others. And I myself, am not feeling. "''If. .p ,
J yelling. lady step around in the senior deserve some credit for a way._ What would the world be Waylen-Wonderful voice for very well." ,', t
Rime the oposlng team'lld I play, "What Wright Len" the well done Job of cheering. Even

Is making a yell, the I other night unless you want to tho they weren't entirely together,
fcm's cheer leaders should b& bossed s
the spirit was there and that'swhat I }
j quiet. counts. trl
jnber, It's not always the DOROTHY LAVE N ALVAREZ ft
The band has certainly Im
If that makes a good Attention, readers of the B. H. ,
proved. It's a pleasure to hear t dS
squad. It's the way S. Journal, this is the biographyof them now.

about giving It.Jack that nut called "Dorothy Alvarez .
The Football In -Gainesville -
Haile. game
If you aren't totally blindI .f..;
was well represented by
know you have seen her tear-
Starke folks most of the Football J
|The SeniorsMADGE Ing around town In some Ford
boys of Starke were there,
car or maybe a truck. This is i
;and I also saw Sadie, Nina,.N. T.,
GAY one gal you can never tell what
Everett, Lillian Dot, Grace, HelenD
i the biography of a tall, she may do next, so you might
and more.
blond-haired Madge Just as well look for the unexpected many
Hampton. She was and be prepared."What's I though I missed some one

j St. Augustine, Florida, your full name?" "I around here.-It's Grace.

18, 1923 where she lived don't know but I guess it's Dor- We have a new student, Ida

|rs. It seems as though othy Lavern Alvarez." Sternberg. NEWIN1UU .

lIS! moved around quite a "When were you born?" "July Patsy, didn't I see you and .

short life. But for all 12, 1923 here In Starke" the Pepsi-Cola man riding around
Ishe has managed to atTiools Sunday afternoon I
/ in, St. Augustine "Have you always lived. In
tove Springs. Starke?" "No I 'lived twelve Jean Parker, where were you

i and now -attends Palatka.and years in Jacksonville" I goingS u nd a y afternoon all .1, C
dressed ?
hopes of graduating "Where do you live now?" up .,":! I;,. I

H. S, this coming March. "About a mile and a half out of Saw Carolyn Green SaturdayIn .' };' It ; 1041 i U ILJJ
I .
Uncle Lex's big auto-mo-blle, : ,' '"
Is an asset to any clam town on the Kingsley Lake road. ,
IS one of the smartest "Dorothy, Isn't your nickname and Carolyn mire did look lost .'
Dot?" "Yes, lots of people call What two boys and a girl got \-
in the football game Friday
neB not plan to go tout "me that. night without having to pay? ..... I'.,
does Intend in "How tall are and what
to go you
Saw Betty Stringfellow and In New slower-action springs
some cars
some years, ; ,
for .
a We color and hair? "
nurse. know are your eyes .
make a very good one. "Whoa! Wait a minute! Just one Pots Walker-Jitterbugging In Sat : take a big jump ahead. The give a slow, gentle, gliding
urday Night Jerry's.Dot
elite color is blue which at a time. Let me see, I'm five excited .:f,. Ford does that for 1941. movement. neatly designedstabiliser
why were you so
gs to those blue Feet slit Inches tall, are ; : '
big my eyes blame r '' helps absorb roacJr
afternoon? Can't
Sunday '
ena blue and my hair is brown I H ; It has jumped aI inlf. '
Jeap. shocks and maintains balance
has a very quiet but suppose." you.Heard a boy from up North :. : It's the ,"
personality. "Dorothy, what is favorite .,' on sharp curves and in
we've and
your ask if Ferrol and Stanley were < ever built, ins- .

WHATLEY HAILE color?" "Red!" professional dancers. He said .',; '1 ,,,,t. It's wider. It has a longertflieflbasf. cross winds. ,.-M'
"Well, what do you dislike they danced as if they were. ,' : ;
Haile, our Senior Clan most?" Making speeches and I'd Sadie sure did look nice Sat. :.. :.: .,", ,'. ." Its leafing room More rapid acceleration to F"l;
and Editor-ln-chlef of rather be a boy than a girl." if her shoes I is wider by much 7 r' ?
S. urday night-even .: as as match its familiar speed and ,Y* ,r
Journal, born f \
was 1
"Did ever do anything out- ;
you did hurt :':': inches. It has wide .
ber 15. 1922. makes this Ford r ,
Although standing or special when you Some girls here in school should : power new .t'

tm in Rutledge, Georgia I were a baby?" "Well, no not take this hint: "A boy doesn't ." ., semi-concealed: ; an even livelier car to drive. ',' ,i.,

e nay has there but three anything special but I was always !- like for his date to be forever. _"J A fplG"t;>;; ;; :'.: running boards. ,;.. !!+

lived In Starke I running away." looking in a mirror" :''"'. ,\- fW". J. These are only I a few of i"e

ta t of in his life excepting "Can you tell me anything that Saw Ida Lee Cone and Bill '' ', .." 1"I::: .notice ,also I a new this new car's outstanding 1 ."d'."f
Lake City and a ever happened on any of these afternoon ; ; ; .
Plummer together Sunday "
;t': '!\ it4k 'a beauty achieved by skilfulblending
a half 1 a 'i ,
in Hastings.egan occasions?" "All I know is, ;- ,1 ,oi't: features. It represents all the ,': \

school quite early Mama says I was always running Also Billy D. and Betty Green. -',.,;.. ."S." ',. .1J.' H',flt1J'... of mass with longer rich experience gained in t .'

In fact he was only away." Muriel and Sam are one couple ,r<-.: flowing lines. Larger wind* building more than 28 mil- :
I r' ,
nths old when he llpto "What are you planning to do that are always together, if ;
shield and window '
/ I '!"'. give betlion motor cars. '(
the school "Not 1
school building after you finish Jewell, didn't Inraan ride you : fr
** from his home. The much of anything but I want to around Thursday. ." ter vision all around. ,
Any Ford dealer
tor found him wander- go to a finishing school.! Mike Dew, why were' you running can give
nd In the hall looking Good people, do you under so hard Friday night on the "-t,. One of its biggest advanyou many good reasons fir + t'(

ather's class room. He stand now why I called her a nut way home? y tages is the new sot ride making this your 1941 car. \'ii"j
"Net.. a pencil and a after you have read the answersto Grace Green has a hat that : .

y Book under hla arm. the questions I asked her? sure Is cute but she won't wearIt. .

lied carried home before he :""'.:". '
however. Elementary Echoes Sadie who was that who called I'\ 4

t schooling long distance Sunday
was here in you up 1
ginning after his sixth TlflKIJ GRADE night? .

with Miss Olive Ray as We are so sorry our classmate! Dot Green who was that you 1

teacher Marlon McRae Is ill. We are were riding around with Satur-

e was eight he happened hoping to have her return soon. day night, cute car-why didn't

gle accident which kept We have completed a booklet, you tell the others you were goIng ,

"if and In a wheel chair "Clothing We Wear." and we are ? They had a time finding

Jar. This didn't make quite proud of it. you.Well -
er or spoiled but made All of the boys have had a 1'1sign\ off as that's all ,}

'10 appreciate real loyal part in hoeing the weeds out of the news) for this week. L'I .Ii 1

ally In his life the shrubbery around our build- Bye, "1 -).
Chatter, ;&"',
//J the American Legion Ing.We
the best all around will plant some pretty I ((3j__ .\ f
"* In the eighth flowers soon. Girls Basketball ',
grade. 1 1y
"It of the -Mrs. Biggs, teacher.
Interview went Looks PromisingMiss Ili
g like this.) c- ,
The third grade has been enjoy.
Tenni is your favorite ing reading from its readers, and Metcalf our new typingand y -l-
|Is my favorite better shorthand teacher Is our new
I 'Ilk,. each of us la becoming a
football and base- practice girls basketball coach for this '
because we get
much. reader U' 4 ( ,
day. We want to learn to
do you like every year.Under Mrs. Vandlvier's Instruction yN
music? "I read well, so we can read for
'Ie' and 1 last we had an excel
I especially that ourselves whenever we find an year 9"
men out of a clarinet." lent team. We should have a %
Interesting story.
You? play the clarinet| ,In We have had stories read to better one than ever this year,
'Yea liked very because B. H. S. has a lot of new cq h
I have been us and one that we
Inetlftt> for two years." much was "Callca," the story ofa talent from Hampton Brooker,
r We In the Lawtey and Keystone. Some
enjoyed his playing black and white pony.
It for home room period story we enjoyed waiting to see very capable players are from .

I. He In also, if you reWsa whether Silas would "smile his Keystone.With MIllS Metcalf coaching and Get the Facts and You'll Get a Ford !
, the "Hooser-Hot- little cat smile. At present -
d ii>laSt year. are enjoying the story of a very the girta backing her 100 percent,

lou decided on a profesiaek' true-to-Iife boy Tom Sawyer. watch out opponents tit

. "I'm Interested Does he get Into trouble and J. W. ANDREWS
IIId hope to become a does he play pranks? You Just AU legal blank, prombMory ,
ame that he note, retain title not**, carried ,
day. ) see
and you'll
My I read it
bOWever fondest ] In stock by the Bradford County
'la to does.
fay own and a 1 -Miss Swanbom, teacher., Telegraph.' I STARKE, FLORIDA '



: 'VUlIIt.l;

Baptist W. M. U. Circles r I complaint required to filed appear In the to the said bill of''i wIll h. In>
cause 'OUlpry
I.r Say: ,
and CLUBS They to I
( SOCIETY Will Meet Monday P. M.\ wherein a the Plaintiff on. or Heekn before to Mon obtain cash the hi,|, l'.''1)y"'
dlvort'1 i Trust, i i
... -- day, av: of November' A n
alleffatlonMi i prnvf'n"n i-, > >r" ,',allalt
D., otherwlH the +
M d
c { ( CockrcIM'cIlicer Mrs. Beasley, Mrs. Brown short sketch of the war career Meetings of the Baptist W. M. I Glendale, N. C. the Kald bill will be taken aconfefiHed fling' bids al. in a ,?, .j'," epr,,
I U. Circles will be held Monday as the by the said Defendant :* .
1 eth.dxv 1Na
of Admiral Raphael Semmes, No getting along without IT 1st FUHT11KH. OHDIU' that ,, ... .
Are Joint U. follow. > ,
110 { D. C. Hostesses : JBnm m<"lt' i'
? Mr and Mra. J. E. Pelllcer announce whose birthday anniversary I Is I I Starke paper. Lots of business thin Order he published once H 2110 fe"t w oj|"I,, ,I I cal 1 I 0 1

f, the marriage o f their, Mrs. O. L. Beanley and Mrs. September 27. He served'ln the I No. 1 will meet at the home ': going on there too. Seems to In week the for Bradford four ennsecutlve County Telegraph week, an any PHI,., | ,,/, I I .rli .
l :
Beatrice to of Mrs. L. G. Powell with Miss '' deserves lots of general cxlHiinu' 'I"b'
daughter. Fannie Brown Mexican War, and In 1861 joinedthe 'me that Lex Green a nowKpaper circulation 'r
M. F. ''I
hostesses .
;y y Thomn Jefferson Cockrell, on1Augur I Wednesday afternoon were joint, at the homeof naval service of the Confederate Etta Tison as co-hcwtens; 3 o'- ,i, of credit for all the good things nnMlHhed dl., In Bradford County, Flue S."Lotn, q T"5, I' ; ," .,'I,,rlt/rd.,

/ 28, in Palatka | the former, when enter- States and was appointedcomma.nder clock. '|'that Starke la getting. 11011': and ORDERED at Starke. a f,ol r.. i i," >1 I"
they I ,
Florida. thl, the 2nd day of Tap ; I
Oo- I II; I..1
will Powell.
of'ono No 2 the home of Ned
; Mr. Cockrell. member : tained members of the local chap- of the war steamer meet at '! tuber A. I)? 1940. i JL"1 s ':,-I,,,!. f.
of the pioneer families of ter of the United Daughters of "Sumpter"; later he was made. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee; 3 o'clock. (OFFICIAL( SEAL:> ,) A. J. Thomas 8 Twp 7 .- i I. I. 1 ,,.

{ resided there commander of the famous "Ala. No. 3 will meet at the home ofMrs. rierk. jSpV's''I'a .t
tip has Buttes, Mont.
County Four
( Flagler the Confederacy. The guests were Hy J. R. Kelly. Deputy Clerk ,. "'' ,
g, ; all hr life and received her seated on the screened porch bama." As September 27 la the P. M. Barefoot' : 3 o'clock.No. Please sand me your paper for STATE OF FLORIDA ) i 6 'r It, jvr, <,

9 e education! at the Bunnell High where vases of tlthonia and dahlias anniversary of the Battle ofMarianna 4 will meet at 7:30: p. m. I another year. I enjoy Itespecially ) 1 .KI.) ",t \vTWP. I:: I ni II 1
: School. Florida, an Intepentlng In the church Mrs. Orle and COUNTY OF BRADFORD) (lr "' '''''lJ "r ,,
k y were placed on small tables. annex. Carolyn Callstreet I hereby certify that the above 101, H. 2r I' "i\ 'f...; '
.;r.4 41 )'1r. Cockrell, a native of Eutaw, In the absence of the president paper on this subject was read I Wiggins and Mrs. T. K. McClane, the editorials. and the original fore feting Order IM a of true Publicationmad ropy of' 1..tH I.'i: I I I, I h
In Floridafor by Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Jr., will furnish the drink, and Hueseman. Nub-Ill 'u", T ,
,' Alabama, has resided Mrs. L. A. Davis, the meeting i Mrs. Henry In the said cause on file In II >: 11oo''
the pawl year and a half and was presided over by Mrs. L. Tea was served In the sun par each member Is asked to bring my office, thin the 2nd day of l otH .": .1: I .. '
,' Is by the lor, where the long table was sandwiches and! cookies. Mrs. : October: A. n 1940.OFFICIAL .iih-niv ? ., I, '
employed .
at present G. Powell, first vice-president, Highland. ( sk AL) A. J. Thomas Ktnrke, &. ,
covered with a handsome lace Wiggins will be In charge of the Clerk: Illd"I', ".
Construction Company .
Hooper and Miss Madge Middleton transacted member r.i our family Lots ; t I. It
(' some construction cloth and, centered by red rose meeting.. Every By J, R. Kelly Deputy Clerk. l..ot 2 lick .' \ I: ;. j
's who are doing her duties as secretary. the Telegraph and 10-4
reading 4t 10-28 .
7 S K" ; 'Ii ;
buds and white gypsophalla In a It &
work near here. After routine business had been It, .
t' we are all happy to receive N* .
Mr and Mrs. Cockrell are' transacted. M\aa\ Olive Ray, a sliver bowl, carrying out the U HAMPTON Mrs. Ellen Norman. \OTICHBRADFORD I ton T'rruh, ''C 'I. II I.h,
homer! D. C colors of red and white. A \ of Kfc, .
at present making their member of the nominating committee By Miss Ada Nlnruno COUNTY FLORIDA.I LNKM' E. ', ", 'lIb.tlh"w
handsome silver tea service was October Int., 1940. /I'
in Starke. read the following named I NOTICE): IS HERKHY !
Auxiliary To :Meet GIVES : ; ,
placed at each end of the table vWATISRft-: ..
persons who were chosen as officers The Rev R. B. Hutto will begin that pursuant to Section: 9 of : ; 'I'". IXTEi,
rt and spiced tea was poured by Chapter 1296! LAWS of Florida I STATE OK ,. OP
HonoredAt a series of lectures on "prophecy" KXoio
Mrs. Cha-s. Darby : President, Mrs. George W. 'Miss Amelia Ray and Miss Olive' The Ladies Auxiliary of the Acts. of 1937, known as the MUR j By A. j rh "
Roberts of Lawtey; Jet vice-presi I at the First Baptist Presbyterian Church will meet PHY ACT. the following dencrlbed Tfi
Bridge Party
Ray. Inviting the guests to the land In Bradford County ib-Vun" "' ,
church here this week, to continue Florida.
dent Mrs. L G. Powell; 2nd vice- Tuesday afternoon, October 8, at saute t
tea table were Mills
Betty String-
Miss Frances Peek was hontsss president Miss Amelia Ray; secretary fellow and Miss Patsy Roberts. Indefinitely. Everybody Is the home of Mrs. S. E. Brown- Il --

at a lovely bridge; party at her Miss Madge Middleton; Invited lee.
Avenue Wed- treasurer, Mrs. E. K. Assisting In the dining room The Hampton Junior High 3 PwJ
Madison Perryman;
home on
were Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. Mrs. T N Kendrick will have Green's
? School is progressing under the Store ICE
nesday night compliment registrar", Mian Olive Ray; historian India
of the on
M Brownlee Mrs. O. L. charge program :
Haynes, able
management of M. W Mor-
Charles Darby, a recent bride Mrs. E. L. Biggs; recorderof
and Alaska. :Mrs. K. G. Duncan
II and Mrs. R. A. Green.
4 who. before her marriage in Sep croKws. Mrs. O. L Beaaley; The silver offering amounted row and his trained and experienced will lead the devotional. j WHOLESALE! & RETAIL

41 tember, was Mfow Virginia Fugate chaplain Mrs. A, M. Darby The teachers. New pupils are P
to $20 which will be used for
seated around above named were un- being enrolled and the future
The guests were persons Starke
three bridge tables In the living mously elected for the year 1940- the educational fund outlook is very encouraging. Sells Lake Place I OleoSugar io

,)I Carl Brown who is In
ofPeek home, which 41. trainingat j
room I Book Review At Club M. F. Brown's property onKmxsley
'' 1 attractive by the CCC Camp in Largo, Ga., '
,1 made more
was The subject assigned for studyIn The Rev. L. A. Shepherd will the ; Lake has been sold to'
spent week-end with his
and bowls of red roses. parents -
vases the month of October was
When, were totalled. review "Not Peace But TheSword" Mr and Mrs! L, D. Brown. James F. Hollingsworth of Starkeand
scores "Richmond Va. and
the chapter I
.by Vincent Sheehan James Hair of Lake City.
at Mr.
Mrs. R. G. Kldd was holder Of historian, Miss Amelia Ray, I the of and Mrs. Ira Brown and 5 Pounds 22
meeting the Woman's
high and was presented with a talk on the subject of this fam- next Club son, Lamar, were guests of Mre.Brown's I'M f' MTV Jl IMilJ'; : r 0l )1 'rIIIIAIFOIIU | <
The Wednesday afternoon at4 mother Mrs. Eva Blrt, lOIVrt, FI,01t1DNodes \ l
of hose by that to
pair ous city began make history o'clock. l III hereby given to all
+ connotation prize, a powder jar as far back as the year last Sunday whom It may ronwrn that I, Delaney <
S For
received Mlm Martha UU-kerm, a* guardian otIJ..rl JrkJiStaley's
was 1737. r.r.i
Lamar fflKfr Elsie
Metcalf. As a gift of remember- During the social period the Driver and P f. Oeltcer, minors, | Potted Meat -lOc Salt _
ance for the accaslon the hnxtesa Carolyn CallstreetShe's will on the 7th day of November I
hoxtesiies served a tempting salad A. D. 1940 apply to the 'ounty I
presented the h o nor e e Mrs course with hot tea. Judge In and for Bradford County JERSEY; Pkg. II
Darby, with a piece of her selected Florida, for authority to Hell at H, Corn Flakes 6c
private vale the entire Interest and - Starch 1 10
pattern of Lu-Ray. Historical Tea FridayBy Immortalized In Verse estate of Halt! minors In and to
the following deHrrlbed lands In
Refresh men Is of ice cream and

cake were served to the following Local U. D. C. Greetings, City Slickers! mail! Don't know who to Bradford A strip County of land, Plot-Ida fifty ,feet to-wit wIde: ', COOKING OIL G ALLOX

guests: the honoree, Mrs. Darby, The W. T. Weeks Chapter, 'Scuse it, please Maybe I'ma thank for It cause no name was ,through Quarter the. SW:of Southeast corner of Quarteruf Southwest 62

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Mra. Kldd, United Daughters of the Confederacy little previous, but' If the signed, but I surely do appreciate "'..C, 35, Twp. 7'' R It 22 B.
Mrs.' Charles Standing Boom continues Which maid application will be
Mrs William Powell, much it Have KO
many poets I baaed HULK
entertained at an historical upon the petition now on Pound
Priest, and Mlnaes Abbie Harley, longer we'll all be under that' around here now Maybe this I rile In aid Court. 1 ppa
tea Friday afternoon of last week
Hope Haynes, Georgia Haynee, classification 'fore we know it one 'was from Ruth Rowe: Delaney DtckerHon. an. Quardian. Coffee Lb. __.= lOc Onions I
at the Woman's Club Building.The 10-4 4t 10-25
Myrtlce Killingsworth, Plotted r
Kllllngsworth, Martha Metcalf, auditorium was decorated LITTLE 'CARRIK CALLSTREKT KITCHEN S Pkgs.
Another week gone IV r THK riftri'lT rot'RT OK THH t F
and Evelyn Stump with autumn wild flowers In tall' by with more and KHiHTH JI'UH-IAI CIRCUIT Or Matches lOc P &
rumors room- G
baskets and bowls which were Little Carrie Callstreet has come THH NTA"''': Or FLORIDA lAM \ __ __ __ Soap I
ers than I ever believed could : FOR IHII>FOHI> C0L'STY'Ice'l'H.t
to Starke
W. S. C. S. Meets Monday placed 'to advantage on the stage exist In a little town of 1,500 to stay > ('ERY:
and at other conspicuous points. To tell ue. all the gossip, and Harry' McCarthy,
At least It was 1,500 a coupla Plaintiff
I Circles! of the Woman's Society Receiving at the door were the weeks ago No tellln' what it 'whisper' what "THEY say" "vs.Beetle. Potatoes oi 1 IR'SIII3
An' 'wrlte about .. .
chapter officers: Mrs L. A. Davis who's where an'when M. McCarthy
,t of Christian Service of the Methodist Is now I Too bad the boom Defendant.
president; Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, an if they aln't why
church will meet Monday, didn't come along before the 1940 BILL roil PIVOWR
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. sectional vice-president; 1M Is. not, ORDER OF RL1CATIOV!
1 : .Circle
census was taken! STATE
/r Number One, Mrs E. K. Perry Madge Middleton, secretary; Mrs.E. They say excitement causes An' what (they wear,, an' what ro BESSIE 01lo'I.OHIUA M. MCCARTHY: KKLLOGG'S 2 Pkgs. Do

man, chairman, place will be K. Perryman, treasurer; Miss stomach ulcers If It's so, I'll they eat-an' Bay, she knowsa It appearing from the bill ofomplalnt Corn Flakes
lot! .i and affidavit Lemons I
attached _
Amelia I'. _
Ray E. L
named later Circle Number Two historianMrs.; .
f ; be jiia' one great bite ulcer from hereto filed In the. above entitled :
will meet at, the home of Mrs. Biggs, recorded 'of creases; Miss head to toe in another week or An' all usothgF'3tnrkeltea, when cause' that He Ble M. McCarthy. the I I PINK t.
i defendant herein 2 Cans Great Northern Po
the or
A. F. Sauls with Mrs. Sauls and Olive Ray registrar The sliver : Telegraph la up named In a reniiTit
so ::.7-. fcan't"even see"anil'hear of a State. other than the .
Mra. 'A. PI. Often ""oet""ell; offering, was 'fecef$>.d by -Miss all that..olnrGn-mucb.leu get Can find ion since of Maryland,
: Hector that her
Betty was a
Circle Number Three, will meet time to write It down pup"Apeepin' place! of residence an particularly/ ,
at the home of Mrs. T. T. Long. :The program was opened by Football las' Friday f: A IN Is. known to Plaintiff, I* Oak i '
1, game night : at the ,tall tales that (rent, Laurel. Maryland; that said I }
Mrs. E, L. Smoked Bacon
,BigK playing a 13
_ groupof was a whiz > An' when Mutt Carrie efendant i IN over the axe of
Typewriter ribbons olr all kinds eeml-claeslcal' numbers, after Jones trotted over the ole chalk tells about, wenty-one yearn, and that there Is. ISD

for sale at. the Telegraph office. which Mrs. L: G. Powell gave a line with the first touchdown of And don't,Carolyn'll git you If you ervlce no person of a In nubpoena the State upon uf Florida whom, I
watch out!
the season. It was one of those would hind the said Defendant. I Quart RELISH or
thrills that come once In a lifetime She gives the ,latest flashes on hat. the Bald Defendant. Bemle>. I Peanut Butter 20c Salad 2(1(
The ole familiar facesin every new romance < m tnv.. sax Hnd Mho In .. .. ..

JOIN the ole familiar places She was right around the cord *l Quart /

Percy Sullivan runnln' up an ner when .Bill! Graham split :E.----- !
down the sidelines carryin the his pants! I Mayonnaise ___ 35c Apple Jelly 2

"box": .. Faithful 'fan G. M That 'gal hay eyes so sharp and II
I A&P,1940 Sistrunk In his favorite bleacher keen, I've oUen heard it said I

spot He hasn't missed a She makes anote; each1 time a Tomatoes STANDARDNO. 51

JANE PARKER I football game yet Bill Plum- hair leaves>George Manassa's It Z CA.\ 3
mer play-by-playing !It behind the head! i Each 2

microphone -. All the ole B. H. An' they don't know where she I !I :

S, Booster standbys Also nets the j
news lout boy she : NfJrI HULK Pound CORN' or No Z CanJ 1 t
seen: Handsome Kenneth Turner does-And how!

(1939 Tornado captain) and his In fact she tells us everything ,Lard _____ 9c String Beans 1 IS IS

bride MIlo and Leland the lawyers will allow I NP

Sponholtz in their becomln' Flor She keep a little black book, of Tall Cans MACARONI or tr.

ida rat caps Lyle Anderson that there Is no doubt- Mackerel _. 25c Spaghetti -

15c PER WEEK FOR TEN warmln the bench and fusaln' at And Carolyn'll git you If you ANfe
sister Janet for cheerln' at the don't watch out!

WEEKS PLUS AN 11TII wrong time Coat honors of :

-1 PAYMENT OF 19c BRINGS the season went to Carl Knight She passes out the orchids, and Lard PURE-Bring Your Container

and Mary Lucile now and then a- Ala!
YOU A DELICIOUS FIVE- Mitchell He dig The pane laquit. POUND
appeared In the first top coat for And If you get your feelings d.'TOyed .

'POUND FRUITCAKE. men, and she the first fur coat hurt, she doesn't give a fig! fat Lai/it Off

for women Those who didn't She says Joe Wilson's jokes are I* not annoyed' Ht'CK Pound rENDER

wish they bad though I old. and the bridge club gals I H. know ANOTHER'S Steak __ __ 15c Pork Chops I
on th. _
Howell Nasworthy took in the are cats I wajr > -

Ask ForDetails iFla.-Mlss.I game in G'vllle And Mrs. (Shhh!_Well, you Plat Glam /tuurajtceare I ('OVNTR'ROLL Pound RID P
How does he rate leavin his know who) can wear theWOI'stest
bustlin grocery on a Sattldy hats! ___ 30c Beef StewS

night? A spade's a spade to Carolyn, HAJ.DLDC.WALLLVOU I

At Your Congratulations First Lieutenant -, she says just wbat she thinks T-BONE

Robert Chapman! Got And If she doesn't like a thing* teak OR

Local his commission in the U. of .F. she'll simply say It stinks, t
I ROTC tother day He was I've never been the same girl INSURAH( ROUND, -Pound
bavin an time since! she called HAVE.
WHER!ECONOMY easy enough with my nose "a
Store RUIU girls as it was, but now-my, oh snout,"

my. And Carolyn'll git you if you I We R werTh Right To Limit QuonUtle

I Well look what came in the don't watch out! I -- :iIIII
i An' little Carrie Callstreet says,

i when Thursday rolls around,

An' the Ink Is on the paper, an'
I the : DO YOU KNOW ?
news is' over town, .
+ i f
ANNOUNCING I An' fou see the folks all whis

i perln', an' winkln' kind o' sly, YOU CAN HAVE AUTOMATIC GAS

TilE FORMAL OPENING OF I I An'to you what_wonder, and If who's so' where been an'up --j'f r' ; jr HOT WATER SERVICE FOR A FEW.

You'd better mind your P's and

Q's. an' walk the narrow i r GAS SYSTEM NOW! AND

THE INK PO.T An'path.when the joke's on someone 't I ENJOY CITY GAS SERVICE IN YOUR

else don't be ,so quick to j HOME.
*X.: laugh, .

FEATURING MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS. t STATIONERY, QFFICE An' week If your, you name needn't gets sing by this and ,S' Visit Our Show Rooms And See The'

SUPPLIES TYPEWRITERS AND ALL E QUI P M E N T FOR TilE :,.* For shout Carolyn'lL_ git you if you Largest Display Of Gas Aopliances&

don't watch out! Ranges Refrigerators Water Heaters
.. Well so long for this time Heaters In Central Florida.WE .

See you at the football game and I?
dance .
.J, 4 What's all this aboutan
1. STARKE;'FLA. o' :_ From Why Ionth/Y/!
1 Hawaiian orchestra an* hula Buy A Tank? Gas Metered And Billed

316 S. Walnut (lancer? Hmxnm .- Sounds
'. Olive Rumpel l. blur InteresthV Think $65.00
.. ole get the: : -. .... Gainesville Gas Co.()
grass> skirt putta mothballs Terms, To' Suit

_9' ....." 'J n __ j and twirl a' few myself THE DEPENDABLE FUELS
l' ,_ 972 South Virginia
Carolyn. Avenue 1USPAGE
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I William Duncan has been J known the defendant herein TO WHO* IT MAY CONCERNI! .For Comptroller of the Btate e CFlorldn.
BITS of LOCAL NEWS named are residents of a Staten Notice In hereby. given that on .
granted a leave of absence of ._ t h o r than the a tat the 30th day of October 1U4O, I For Treaauror. of the Stale d.

__ __ _" .__c _. several! weeks from his position : nf Florida, to-wlt The State( of will apply to K. K. Perryman Florida.
--- I Illinois"' : that their Mpeclflr place County Judge of Bradford County Superintendent. of Public I_
j with the WPA State Writers I of residence. no particularly. nn l I"I Florida, for Final Discharge as For
ruction of the State of TLr-
B Jacobs spent Marvin Montgomery, of Jack I! Mrs. H. A Lawson and family ,Project and is assisting his stepfather -1 known to Plaintiff. In 1 8211 North Administrator hf the Estate of J. Ida
and Mrs' sonville week-end I I Chicago, Illlnoln \V. Andrew, Hr. That my FinnlHtport
wa sa of Kimball Avxnti ;
| Tamp guest spent Sunday In Lake Butler with A. E. WJalU! In the Int- that said UvfetHliintH, are' over the has been duly filed with For Commlmiloner of A,*rleiUtMrai
"In Olin White Jr ,| her parents.; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ter's store at Klngsley Lake. Mr. HKO of twenty-oil yntm. and that County Judire. of the State. of KlorlJa. '
In the State of J. W. Andrews, Jr., Administrator. For Two Justices of the Suprtm.Court
there !I. no
Apopka was a Register. Wall has recently been in ill or the State of FnortdatFor
: of )Florida, service of a subpoena| upon
Lewis. Mrs. A. F. Saul returned Wed I health. I whom would hind the said Oeftmdantn. One KallroMd Cnmminaloner: .C
Saturday I OF ICLE-r1OR< the Stale of Florid.
here nesday morning after a visit with attended .
Mrs. W. E. -- For State Senator for PlfteeMtlhSenatorlnl
To the (Sheriff of Itra.Uord
spent TuesJackSOnvflle relatives In Miami. the conference in Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freemanof I that IT the IS, TIlFRE said MefpmlantM P'OHIOHD'IUO. HellvilKasynxkl County of the state of Florida: Florida.tIstrlctof l ,the Bta.tMof :
%y fl MundY Miami will make their homeIn I. .and husband.Kaaynekl He It Known, That I .It. A.
on business. -- Wednesday of the Women's Soc- OHAV of State of the For One Member of the Uo.._ a*
I I whose rhrlntlan name !la Heoretiiry
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten of iety for Christian Service. Starke for several months while ,,10 Plaintiff unknown, bO!' and they State of Florida, do hereby give "Representative Florida of the Slats ..
Tallahassee spent Sunday here ,Mr. Freeman, an engineer will be .art hereby required to appear tothe I II notice that a(1E'Elul. For ('nun'" .1u......
H, Sale were bill of filed In the Ji.Jol"T'O-
and Mrs Guy'ashh k-end. with Mrs. E. E. Canova.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. Wainwright ''I.engaged with plumbing and sew I .nalit .'IU"Vhp'pln voinpUInt the IMnlntlffKdvka Will he held In Bradford County, For For Clerk Sheriff.of the Circuit Court I'

t in Madison hud as their guest last week age projects at Camp nianding. tn foreclose< a mortgage. on Stat of Florida, on Tuesday next For County Amternor of Tales
their Mrs. Freeman Is a former resident or before Monday, the 4th day of I succeeding the first Monday In For Tax Collector. I
Manassa and Mrs. R. A. Newsome son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and :November, A. O, 1940, otherwisethe November. A. T>. 1940, t h. said For County Superintendent of P....
Arthur of Starke and was Miss allvKHtlotiH of Maid hill will .. tae ___
and Mrs attended the funeral of Mrs. the I'armAmr !" -- lie Inntruetlon.
Mrs. A. D. T. Clark of
Ann _pent Friday I Miami. Onle Edwards before her mar- he taken. MM confenned by the mild ............ II P.V OK NO\''':MI'JI For Five Cfiunty Commlnnlonera.. .
slightcr A. Smith in Gainesville Sunday.I -- j Defendants.IT For I'nlted State Senator from the For Three Members. of the County "
riage. j IS for term of Koard of I'ubllP Inntructtnn.For .
Mr. PURTIIRK ORIIKHKOthat State of Florida, a I
and Mrs. T. B. Harding -- this Order be published oncea nix yearn from Jan. S, 1941.1 Justice) of the Peace In and fea 7 1
Lor .'rew's has returnedA : Mrs. W E. Middleton and :Miss spent Sunday afternoon In Jack- Mrs. R. A. Thomas has returned week for four ronHeciitlve week For Seven (7) lr" ldentlal Klectora. the following Juntlca Districts ,,1.

five month's vacation InS Madge Middleton spent one day in sonville. Her mother. June and from Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale Telegrapha For one. Representative of the vest No.' : 1. d'If"".:

A Jacksonville last week visiting. I Tommy Harding went with them. where ahe visited her '; piihllxhcil 11Urad Cord CountyI I I Second .on..r..lon..1 lntrlot In Testimony. Whereof I 'h*.. .'
KlorMa. of the Stat. of Florida, In the hereunto wet my hand and affixed r/1 }_
Herb Thomas. He is managerof I riONM mid OROBHKD At Starke Seventy-Seventh Congress of the (treat Seal of ... I ,
S Lawson spent the week- Judge aud Mrs. A. Z. Ailktns II. H. Stroman spent several the baseball club in Fort I Florida, thin the lit day of Oc- the United Staten. State: '.of Florida, at Talll\h....... "
E I For tiovernor of the State of the ( ..ltal.lhl" the I6ltl t..:v
with his tober A. I>, 1940 II i
L Haven have returned from a vacation of days In Jacksonville .
Winter recently Lauderdale. She attended "Thomas I Florida. ot August A. D. 1940. 'b '
n several weeks In North Carolina. visiting his brother-ln-liiw and Night" which was In honor of her t clerk(OFFICIAL. SKAU) A J. Thomas For Secretarv. of State of the State (L. K) n. A. GRA'i!". I ;
of Florida I Secretary of Stns
sister Mr. and Mrs. James God- son, because Fort Lauderdale won I lliy J. R. Kelly, Deputy Clerk. For Attorney. iieneral of the Stat ''I I To 1ION A. O. ANOnRU. 8he.rwrUradford C
I Green of Tallahassee visited Mrs. Harold Brown of Albany, bold. the pennant In the East Coast I I 10-4 4t IO-Z8 of Florida. County 9-6 It U-& r p'
__ _
nd Mrs. A J, Thomas ony N. Y., and Mrs. Guy Sale were League. m "

visiting in Jacksonville, last Fri- Mrs. Hildabelle Bonce, Miss

-- day. Joyce Woods, and Miss Carol Among those from here attending -

K G. Duncan is spending White spent the week-end In the Florida-Mississippi

with friends in Worthlng- Dr. S. Sternberg from Daytona Lakeland visiting, friends and rel football game In Gainesville last 1 X-RAY 1

rings. visited his parents Mr. and atives. Saturday night were: Mr. and i r

-and Mrs. Mrs. N. Sternberg, over the weekend Mrs. T, K. McClane. Jr., Mr. and

U A. o Andreu J. L. Wade who has been visiting Mrs. Al )'fana"alMr.. and Mrs.

[ pink-Ins spent Tuesday In his son-in-law and daughter, Glen Wood :Mr. and Mrs. Id- I >

rifle, Mrs. R E. Mathews of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Turley, left ridge Smith C. H. Nasworthy ( FLIIOROSCOPiC ) q;

spent Sunday as the guestof Monday for his home In Anniston George Manassa, and Elmo I EXAMINATION TO ALL WHO CALL TilE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS :

U. D. May shopping and Mrs.In Galnea-H, L. her sister, Mrs R. A. New- Ala. Struth. The X-Ray Is Undoubtedly the Doctor's Greatest Aid in Determining the a
were ------- -----
e aturday some. OTICK 0'1.r.TIO'/ Cause of Disease and Is Extensively Used By Us. t,1, 7
-- Miss Martha Brownlee, for FOR T\x I>IKIrnate > f'! '
Mrs. T. H. Howard of Lpesburg merly of the staff of Riverside <* Illll \.,. I MillNOTICB ,
la Russell was a
Johnnie IS
1 of her father In St. Augus- was a truest of Dr. and Mrs. W. Hospital in Jacksonville, has accepted That (Ueo. R. Turner holder of tux KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR AILMENTS ::
E. Middleton on Monday of this at Certificate No. 5t UO> ( iHKiivd the 7th .
Ja.n week. week. Camp Blandlng.a position as nurse day of fn July my .A office, U. II/and! fO, hAM hn, madenpnllrallnn flloilrinmo DO YOU HAVE SUCH ,AILMENTS? if I },

fur a tax deed to be "
0 L Beasley was"a week- iHxtipd thereon. Sold certificate Ith..urnathClu. Liver" Trouble Bladder' 01"-"" JI'aclltl'! "i'' ,
Isltor at the homer Miss Jessie Mae Blakely of Mrs. M. F. Turley and little emhracea the following described
In Tampa l lNervousneaa
Jacksonville was here over the daughter, Clara Jo and Mrs. Tur- property l In the (County of Bradford Sciatica Kidney I>>>1""IMUIM. HJaundlen Urljht's Diseaso>> Kplniil Troubles :
| parents. I I I Miss Pat Stale of Florida, to-wlt: I Iloirt IMitruuiCKInmintnla fi"It.l '
week-end [
visiting <<
ley's father, J., L. Wade, of Anniston ',OIM 6, ft of Hlk. C' N. J. Jones. ihIhet4N j jNeurilie
Lamb. Ala., were visitors In St. Addition to "Htarke In BKi4' of I r ,
Wall Jr. of Orlando I ;
E N Wv Walnut 8t.: Sec 28 Stomach Trouble nflm"rrholcl i (Tile)
the week-end here with Augustine on Saturday. TV P. s n it. 22 n. Blood lrmiuire' t
and Mrs. B. Jacobs at- ; Lumbago DypopalaUliWMuie I .
Mr. Tim assessment of the said property Newel Troubles
(high or Low)
W L. Wall
tended the services at the Jewish Mrs. L A., Davis and Mrs. E. under wan In the the said name certificate of A. txauert ,I,' I'aralyaU of the Rectum Collt Catarrh I ; :

Temple in Jacksonville on Wed- K. attended the Women's Caranlsan. K.1 jj,
Mae Harley Is a Perryman Arthritis Disease of tho 1)Iseaeses I' '
59 Clara Union said certificate shall Prostate of Women nronchltlM ,
I of her slAter, Miss Abbeyy nesday. Society for Christian Service redeem according I to law the'property '
this week conference', In Jacksonville on | described therein will be :Many Other Diseases Not Mentioned and Considered Incurable Are Now
sold ta the highest bidder. the I Inourt
Bryant Parks of Atlanta, son Tuesday and Wednesday. house door on the first !Monday I ,Successfully Treated By Our New, Scientific Methods., '; i
of Dr. W. B. Parks of Starke, In
Galnes- the month of November,I
I Tinted, C.V,Mrs.Chalker A. M. Darby has accepted a position at Camp Palmer Brooks of Brooksville 1940. which, 1MO.1e' the 4th,, day of November -I Office Hours Are By Appointment-From 9:00 A. M. to 12:00: and 2:00

the week-end. Blanding. has accepted a position at Camp Haled this 2nd-' ,day of October to 7:30 P, M. !:f. '
Bland Ing and Is making his home (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas''I Why not KNOW TIlE TRUE CAIJ8K of your allmrnU NOW lit. name Insldlou disease /

i Betty Speers of Pahokee Mrs. E. L. Williams. Mrs. W here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. Clerk. of circuit Court of Bradford at work In your system-and. you don't know It t Or maybe you are one of the 1 4
N. North Mrs. W. B. Sewell. and County, Florida 10-4 6t lllIN
and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.
Tuesday night with Mrs. many unfortunaten who have tried one doctor after the other without' getting renulta. I ;
Mrs. K. G Duncan were in Jack- ;
I Green, her aunt. TIIM rmciiir'roi-HT' ; OK! TIIH If m, your ailments have very likely never!' really been sonville Wednesday, Miss Ruth Johnson formerly KKillTM Jl '''lll''. (IRIS I'r i kl i : '
nosed, or you would have been well by I i'
supervisor of Bradford County OK TIIK ATATK OK RI.OKIIIl. now. .
IX: .AV11 FOR RRAmVORDi Office hour by appointment or from 9 A. M. Co IX: and 2:00 to 7:39 P. M. i''
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent sewing rooms, has accepted a ,-OfMTV tl CHA>VfKRYK. I dally 1,,

ELECTRICMTER Sunday in Archer. And also at- position In the offices of Starrett B.: Tlonn Plaintiff, t'nmarrled.; Sunda)'" 10 to 12. The CTOK'S offices are permanently' loemied. 1832:: Pearl, be- :j rye&

tended the funeral of Mrs. A. A. & Eken at Camp Ulandlng. -VIIHellan twec-n 4th and fttli Htn, JackHonvlllo., Fla. n--
PUMPS Smith in Gainesville.Misa Kaaynlokl; and husband n,1

I Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss: .tlan.-__name Kaaynslil IH tn plaintiff, whose unknown chrlH- PEARL STREET CLINIC PHONE 5-3394 ,

ATH ROOMS : Edna Hutto and Miss Madge Middleton will spend this! Defendant ,
,.,., -:1: rttl. J. v'!**!.. Irene Denmark of Jacksonville week-end In Orlando with,)r. and OKI." .TIM MI.ICATIO-V. I STREET.,\.
spent the week-end Mere with"Mr. Mrs. H. B. McLendort and Dr; I HTAVHi'OF FIXtUl. >A I' I ITO I
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere. HU8nANl :JI KAZYN8KI. :

Down Payment., :/S. Matthews. and Mrs. :- ; ; I WlUI'HHIttTIAN PLAINTIFF I'NivNOUNl' NAMK I IS TO
Mrs. E H. S. Harvey former express It appearing from the bill of
E. I*, Matthews are spending this agent here and now holding the complaint and affidavit. attat-heil
hree Years To Pay- week In Orlando with Dr. and same position In Plant City stop- Pause that filed llellen In the Kam.vni.kl above entitled and IO Pounds No. I

Mrs. H. B. McLendon. I ped here briefly last week on his husband Ka.yn..kl, wboxechrlHllan
nnm IN to Plaintiff un-
for Information Mail ----- way to a meeting in Jackson- i
The Rev. L.. G. Hemingway attended ville.
Post Card ToE the all-day meeting at I

E. the Evergreen Church last Sun- Mrs. James Godbold and son, CentaWordFOR I .

THEIS day. Misses Jenelle Hutchlngs, James Jr., of Jacksonville, and

EYSTONE Doris Crews and Eloise Bullock Mrs. Rena Evans, of >Norfolk,
FLORIDA HEIGHTS, accompanied him. and took parton Va., were guests Saturday of SALE Arkansas Missionary IRISH POTATOES ,

the program.NOREAST' Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Mrs. W. Strawberry Plants. 200,000, '' .
; '
S Stroman. good stock G. L. Whltecomb,
Hawthorne Fla.
4t to 10-4

NAT SEZ: Mr. and M ;. Henry Mananaa, FOR SALE-one large I
and Mr. and Mrs. White of New house two-story
conveniently j
Hack In 1928 everybody waN j
Smyrna were guests of Mrs. P.
town all modern conveniences, i
\ broke, bushiest was bad prosperity H. Manassa on,. Saturday- and attended suitable for roomers. Price j

wa just around the cor-; the:foot-ball game In reasonable. If interested, write '' t
ner, according to Mr. Hoover thAt
Gainesville night.
dUzy looking, around box: X, care Bradford County ,I
People got
*';.'( I every corner for prosperity It Mrs. E. Kl>.ferryman Mrs. L. I Telegraph Starke. 9-13 tf

just wasn't there. A. Davis, Mrs. A. Wood, the Rev. FOR RENT- farm houses, 6 j,

Along came Franklin I). Roosevelt and Mrs. H. A Spencer were In miles from Starke o n State "t"t-

and pepped thing up; had Jacksonville Tuesday and Wed- Farm Road, Inquire at Hell- ,

to go In debt to do It but he done nesday attending a state meetingof bronn Springs' store L. R. I

It. Now's( he's bring cursed for the Woman's Society of Chris. Starling Starke. ltp "

doing It. tiara Service F'fl'With
FOR RENT-bv Mr. L. M. GaryIn
H of ua would hate any
< w many .
Mr and Mrs. Howard L. Justice I ( Gainesville, box No.3.):
of the luAuricwi: of life if we Tenn. One six, room steam heated
of Morristown are newcomers -
couldn't got in debt. We pay for to Theressa where Mr. i house available at once. One I
It the month and tltat'a how
by Justice has been transferred by five room steam heated house
Uncle Sam can hi*.
pay Co. available October 1st. Adults
the Southern Railway Theyare
only, no dogs references re-I
Wonderful Value residing with Mr. and Mrs.
0111 red. Apply to Mrs. Gray 'at
H. D. May.
MARK TWAIN her Klogslev Lake cottage or

celebrated his In Gainesville. 9-20 tf lip
Struth ,
2taa SHIRTS \\ H. - - -

70 W vy Woven madras and broadcloth eightieth birthday anniversarywith FOR RENT- furnished apartments ,,
dinner at his home
a family one 3-room, one "-room.
.. materials
west of town last Friday night.
half mile north of Starke on j
$1.65 He retired In 1930 after 80 years Road 13. Apply Mrs. Ceo H.

I of active service with the Sea- Inman Dr. Herlong's office. I Each Cash

npw addition to our line board Air Line. 9.27 2tp Grocery

n011-CRIISN'TIESA I of quality men's wear -
COOPER'SUNDERWEAR Friends of MUs Francine I FOR SALE complete four-chair: I(

Fisher formerly of Starke, will barber chop, real l cheap and<
learn that she la terms be arranged. If Interested ''
be Interested to can -

now a student at the Montverde write Box Z. care ofi I Order Of Or More
shorts and the $2
Jockey School where she Is enjoying her Bradford County Telegraph. I
regular studies and the new experiencesof Starke. 2t to J0-41 j

+4 35c a boarding school.Mr. !

3 for G. East Oran Street, GalnesvtnelFlorid"
and Mrs. L. Powell left
$1.00 Close In, good loca-+ r ,
attend the funeralof
...tam tUiklag on Monday tion. ,
9'f.n !a N..I..I 1Ic-...,. 'I Mr. L. C. Powell's brother.
Craih labtlo. I Price Second floor apartment-Living
Special Mr. J. A. Powell who was 81 I
'-' J funeral held room screened sun porch, two
.tl" tee''s' LEATHERJACKETS years old. The was
bedrooms dinette kitchen )
8} flJ .: at the First Baptist Church In bath garage. Completely re-,

71 Tooler afternoon.Ga., at 3:30: o'clock. that decorated.! Plenty Parking_ Space i

When these are gone the Other smaller apartments One

much higher. bedroom living kitchen-
price will be Among the out-of-tawn people room
ette, bath Furnished. F
Right now
e attending the funeraTof Mr. M. to
Also second floor unfurnished
C. Sweeney on Sunday afternoonwere
$6.50mRNBERGY : Mr. and Mrs.',W. C. Kam- apartment new, modern, very |
desirable. 9-27 tf
merer of Philadelphia Pa :Mr.

Kammerer is an aunt of Mrs STENCILS for' mimeograph,
Sweeney. Mr.'and Mrs. Pat Bon typewriter ribbons carbon S. R. JOHNS & SONS

;field and son. James of Mount paper, adding, machine paper, .- .l

Sterling. Ky7 Mrs Bonfleld U second sheets, onion skin paper w "t'1

a sister of.lr1'r Sweeney/: Mr. and rubber stamps ledger sheets,

f Mrs. James'Cnann and two chil- binders, portabletypewriters'Bradford PHONE 45 ... NEAR S. A. 1.. DEPOT

dren of PensacoJa. Mrs. Gnann County

Is a sister of Mrs. Sweeney. Telegraph Starke. lr'wt

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'.'. FRIO.-\'", OCTOBER 4. J9-10

II FARMERS' SECTION< Six Constitutional ChangesI -I W P A Students I LIVE STATE NEWS' IKKCOVKK

Voted November Get Better PayMore .
On In -
I I To Be II --- -- -- ------ ----
-- 1
1 Six proposed chances la Floi- in comparison to collection by I than half of the 600 WPA BODYJacksonvilleA OSTEOI'\TIN ,
I Ida's Constitution will be submit counties cities and other taxing I j workers who have been given weary salvage Tallahassee \"!

COMMON SENSE ted for adoption at the November districts on real estate I special training In the National crew working by Improvised light osteopaths r aoer oMiami's :

election. Another significant amendment Defense Vocational Schools in this ing in muddy swamplands near ?,??,,, POlIi\ rRCUce I

PEARS SHORT ON PORK I Because Democratic strength to be submitted for state-wide State during the past eight weeks Woodbine Ga., recovered the bodyof pltal was uph,'I 1\ 'Iwneo b"

The crop of pears In Florida Despite the fact that hog production makes Democratic nominees for I vote Is that proposing creation 1- one of three army men who court In d,, m aftjpp"' .

still yields plentifully. The relish I la generally profitable In : State offices virtually certain of 1 lof a State parole commission. At J I crashed to their deaths In an Justice Roy (rhl,II It< ,,

tray that offers an asHortment of I Florida, our state Imports ap1proxlm.ttely (victory, the constitutional l amendments !! present the pardon board which'| ing to William T. Comer, State observation plane Friday night. said a Florid,, iw 111 con,

spiced pear products Is not only : 75 percent of the provide the leading State- has jurisdiction over paroles Is Supervisor of the projects. He.' Immediate Identification of the paths "fails ,I"", ? n"iR: on,,

attractive In appearance but add I pork we consume. Or putting it ': Interest Issues for the election. I made up of the Governor and added that about 100 of these badly mangled body was not pos Intent to "?'"?h ?, "KMi: ,

variety and zest to the menu. another way, we produce only 25 Most widely discussed of the members of his cabinet who serve'I men already have been placed In 11 I sible. It was brought here by physicians ant, I urlCPlnl'l a *teP alh.

Spiced muscadine relish and Jam percent of the. pork we need. constitutional amendments which ad ex-officio pardon board members I better paying jobs. ambulance. I tlce In or hAw ,?, 11. pre

made from the late ripening wild I In bringing out this information the last: Legislature voted to sub- The amendment to be voted |I I At the came time Comer an- facllltl of a mUnICIpal rlgh1tended | lt

r damson-like plums so abundantIn from a well known packing mit for adoption were one call on in November would authorize I' nounced opening of a new ninety. FORCED LANDING as ., rna". ,"II04.II,

northern and western Florida'company official, we are not urg ing for addition of a seventh justice creation of a "commission author- (:, day course of training In schools I Jacksonville,-Dr. C. A, Palmer, their patients ''aI\'

woodlands from July Into October lag farmers to Jump head over to the. State Supreme Court Ized to grant paroles or conditional 'which will be located at Jacksonville Gainesville veterinarian, and his

are choice additional relishes to I heels into the business of producing -I and one which would prohibit releases or probation of j Miami Tampa Lakeland wife were flying home from here Forn KRI\K: .1 \It

be prepared for the pantry shelf. : pork but we do feel that : levying of real estate or personal prisoners under supervision" but Bat Camp Roosevelt, near Ocala; at when a sudden rain squall Lake Butle Foul

r Gingered San( Team they should give careful consider- property taxes for State govern- does not outline how It would be Ocoee, as well as at Tallahassee, drowned out the motor of their escaped from the 'Bounty Prlsone

i; t Requirements: 8 pounds of prepared -I ation to the matter. A stable, ment purposes. set up leaving that matter to Tarpon Springs, and Pensacola. small plane. Dr. Palmer made a urday night Leaner jau Sa:

fruit 4 to 6 pounds of well managed program for increasing The Supreme Court justice the Legislature. Proponents of Placement of trainees in private forced landing on the Atlantic break It Is preSllmel1'as In the j ,

sugar, 8 to 12 pieces of ginger : pork production In Florida amendment was offered to eliminate the amendment have urged its i jobs ts being arranged through Coast Line railroad tracks at Irv- Carter white man <: W. D

root (home grown preferred), and It seems to us, would resultin evenly-divided decisions of adoption because they consider the l federal and State employment ington Avenue. His plane was grand larceny Nplth charged 111'1

.r 4 lemons thinly sliced. increased profits for producers. the court. The present rule Is present parole system out-moded i agencies and through the co-op- damaged but he and his wife nor his three. negro coft""

Wash and pare fruit, remove Florida has .I that if the Supreme Court divides and unable to cope with the problem j eration of Instructors of the State escaped unhurt. had been recaptured

hard centers, and cut into small the northern and areas northwestern particularly evenly, 3 to 3, in a case the decision of rehabilitating State prisoners vocational schools, it was ex- I: afternoon. The escape TbUrida,

pieces. Combine with sugar in parts of the state, where feed can of the lower court from plained. DYER TO HE RETAINED: parently effected oy WAI a'
alternate and allow which the appeal was taken Is The three other amendmentsto pushing' t
layers to be grown the year round-and Lake Butler,--County Commissioners a pin in the lower
stand overnight to extract fruit upheld. Some major cases have go before the voters, In brief: iron door hinge on It
cheaply, at that. Many farmersIn Flock Record Books voted to rescind their action to the dull
j juice. Cook ginger and lemon these sections plant peanuts brought 3-to-3 decisions, with the Change in manner of electing of some r two months ago toj cording to Deputy sheriff V''
slices! In a small quantity of result that the 1939 Legislature county commissioners to arrange Now Available Brannen. ,
corn, chufas and velvet, beans andturn I terminate the services of County The pin
decided to submit to a vote for half of the 'ho\\'e.J t
water until tender. an approximately
Bring pear evidence of
the hogs into the fields to Agent L. T. Dyer. At that time having peen
fi and sugar mixture slowly to boll- do the harvesting and convert amendment which would make a commission being subject to elec- I Copies of the Florida poultry Commissioners asked the State i -fn.a-..,
a4" ing. Add and seven-justice court, unable to tion each two Instead of record book be obtained
ginger lemon. 11011 these crops into pork in late sum- years may now Agricultural Extension Service to TO RAZE 011) I'OSTOFIKC,
rapidly until tender and of a rich mer and fall Mainly, these are render an evenly-divided opinion.The the entire commission each four' from the offices of county send another man here to fill the Jacksonville Workmen
amber color; pour Into sterilized amendment which propones years. Terms would continue to' and home demonstration agents! begun hsv
summer crops but Florida's climate office beginning October 1. The razing :tht n,
Jars and seal. to abolish ad valorem, taxes for be four years after the change or from the State Agricultural building postoffi,,
permits the production of vote to rescind the action and retain here a lacksnnviiie
fear Relish State purposes was approved by wan made. Extension Service in ian
feed the mark,
Mr. recently
year enabling Dyer as County Agentwas sold
Requirements: 1 peck of pears i farmers to produce two crops of the last Legislature the first fruit Writing into the Constitution Gainesville, D. F. Sowell. Exten- three to two. eral government rh othe fw 1

6 medium peppers (3 red and 3j hogs a year It they raise the of a long battle by groups advo- definite authority for the Legislature sion poultry specialist announced tlon of the site will norm (per.

va green), 2 tablespoons mixed whole food. cating reduction or limitation of to distribute to counties today. MAKING NEW: AUTO TAGS a new department oe used fc,
spices 5 medium size onions, 2 property taxation State taxes raised from horse store Furchgoits
"Should Florida Any Florida poultryman may Ralford,-The auto tag plantat buildIng. The
: hog raisers decide The itlanilc K.
ad valorem
pounds 1 State-purpOHe and other
sugar tablespoon salt, racing legalized pari-
It is to their obtain a record book free of State Prison Farm has started tional Bank has 'tv
and 2 cups vinegar. to levy is the least Important In dollars mutuel sports.Extending t
expand their charge for keeping account of making 1941 license tags. Colors southern part The
t operations, old
they and thl'tl-
Drain Juice from peppers but cents all real estate to widows and cripples -
would the production and costs of main- will be red numerals wbit'ebackground. story granlt structure
find a
allow juke of other ingredientsto an active demand for levies in the State. It raised tax exemptions to $500 on is l locat,
Increased 4t. up taining his flock. "In order that on the east side of
remain !In mixture. Grind u m bel's 0 f hogs last year about $1,673.175, small value. Curiously enough, Hogan Stre
in food chopped with onions.pears throughout the year" the packing they may keep a check on their while tags for 1941 are being between Adams and ForsythIJOOTSEY'S .
official said. business all poultrymen should produced, the plant Is still making -
all ingredients and cook I while the steer with a quiet disposition have one of these record books.
30 minutes Seal while hot in Some other facts emphasizedby will utilize more of his Wants Law ChangedSo The i tags for .1940. A few are BEACH\
sterlized the packer included record-keeping year begins needed occasionally In some coun- By ;Miss Kfflo
Jars.Pear Honey Packers 'prefer hogs': ranging feed for gains," Dr Klik advises Man In Uniform October 1 and the poultrymanwho ties where auto tag requirementsare rawfont

cattlemen. keeps accounts can readily more than was estimated last A large crowd from this
Requirements 3 to 240 pounds. (Last May VoteA sit
: pounds of
Careful handling of some steers determine
at the end of the tion attended church
year at Ever
winter, Florida farmers year. !;!to
1 shredded marketed
cup pineapple, that to be wild
seem however, whether his business has been Saturday and
grated rind and Juice of 1 lemonor 60 percent of their hogs at change In the election laws Sunday
will make them down "
Juice of one lime and 5 weights of 130 pounds or lighter.) quiet of Florida so that men from this I profitable, Mr. Sowell explained. SHANDS BRIDGE DELAYED S. H. Thompson spent Sunii
of sugar or more. cups Good finish before marketing feed make satisfactory gains In the state who are in the service of When writing or applying for St. Augustine,-The Chamberof here with Mr and Mrs. R. 1|
lot, but animals that show
a book Crawford.
Pare and core run assures a higher yield of salable their country may participate in a poultryman Commerce has been advised I
no to become
tendency docile
through food chopper, using: fine weight when hogs are dressed. should be sold or taken out of the elections regardless of where they|I' should of give the approximate number that delay on completion of the Jack Johns returned to dj
knife. Combine pineapple, (Average dressing yields of Florida may be stationed in camp is proposed layers he will have In his repairs to the burned Faction of home here Friday after spent i
pears lot after a short while, the Experiment
and lemon. Cook ten minutes hogs run 4 to S percent lower' Station worker by Rep. Russell O. Morrow .flock, the Extension specialist the Shands Bridge Is due to difficulty the past week in Live Oak wl'ij'

then add sugar and cook until : thin Com Belt hogs of the same plained. ex of Lake Worth. He says he will | 'pointed out.Workers. in securing creosoted timber relatives.

clear. stirring frequently. Pour live weight. Light weight hogs i introduce such a bill as soon as and 'structural steel, due to Miss Virgie Catkins of Jai).'<<1

mixture In sterile jars and seal frequently could be fed a week Generally Dr. Kirk says yearling the Legislature meets In its'biennial Insurance the national defense program vllle spent the week-end here W11

Immediately. or two longer and sold In a cattle are more satisfactory session next April. The pro- various plants having been taken her mother Mrs Jean Gasket

higher weight class for more feeders than younger o r older posed change, he said, would be UnaffectedBy over by the Navy authorities for E. C. Johns of JacksonrtJ

Democrats money.) animals as they make good use to legalize absentee voting. Draft Law defense purposes. J. B. Cleary, was a visitor to this'section Si j
Organize of their teed and produce cuts of .
Packers will pay highest prices Representative Morrow pointedout president of the West Palm urday.A
For Hot CampaignCampaign for well bred, well finished hogs meat desired by the consumer. that such a law had been "Workers and their dependentsmay Beach construction company large crowd from this cl

(Therefore a farmer ,who would Younger animals require a longer passed by the Legislature several rest assured that they will : which has the contract on the tion visited the bed. lde of Ann

headquarters for militant top the market with his hogs period in the feed lot, while older years ago but that, In a test case not lose aty accrued or future Shands bridge has advised the and Ivle Thompson of Woodlir:

operation of the 1940 ''Demo should use purebred, boars, in his animals even though they' fatten the Supreme Court held the law benefits under Federal Old-Age I Chamber of Commerce that work i section Sunday night
cratic camplgn In Florida have herd and provide sufficient feed Iin| a ahorter'time, are not as satisfactory unconstitutional. and Survivors Insurance as the will be pushed as fast as possible, I
been opened In the Hotel Roosevelt for good finish.) for retail trade at Citing that Florida is one of I1 result of military service" declared -I but owing to circumstances Is is Engraved sympathy clmowlj
Jacksonville and Theo. T Production of slaughter time. not 'known when the edgements. Inexpensive.-Bra
surplus corn to six or seven states in the Union I* R. B. Donaldson, managerof project' can
Turnbull chairman of the State'I be stored for spring and summer Here are some important points that by its present election laws J* the Social Security Board's office I be completed. ford County Tpltogrnph.

Democratic Executive Committee,' finishing of hogs seems logical If Dr. Kirk says the cattleman denies the use of the ballot to In Jacksonville. ---- -

1 announces the following staff: marketing is to be spread should consider in selecting feeder men in the armed forces who may The President, in a recent mes- BOREE FUNERAL HOME

Boyce A. Williams Tavarea throughout the year.A steers: be stationed outside sage to Congress, stated that the,
campaign director. He Is president l. year-round supply of feed) Choose steers with deep low- of their states Morrow the boundaries said social gains of recent years including Ambulance Service<< Day or Night rhone 131

of the Florida Tax Collec strict sanitation to prevent parasites set broad, and compact bodies he was sure he would insurance and other bene- 'We have added a late model AMBULANCE to our equipment

tors' Association.Mrs. and diseases and continued with thick and smooth flesh as difficulty In experienceno fit rights must be preserved un, with special springs for getting a large
Louise McGregor DeLand efforts to Improve hogs by breeding these characteristics indicate superior i impaired. The national
guard Stanager
_ number of fellow house membersto "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" O. II. Bennett,
vice-chairman of the State' Committee are requisites for increased form and promise maximum with him legislation recently passed contains -
go as of
la leading women's work production and higher profit. development of high quality cuts. the measure. provisions evidencing this:
and has assigned a sub-director in Rangy, narrow-and shallow-bodied policy in conectlon with benefit I

each "congressional district. Fighter Steers Low animals cannot utilize large quantities Florida has other citizens too rights of workers who are called ,
Other staff members are: Don of feed efficiently for gains.. Representative Morrow said, who Into active service. The President 'STARKE PLUMBING C0 C |

M. Lochner Clermont, assistant In Making GainsThe Steers with large heart girth,. are entitled to absentee voting recommended early consideration -

director; W. P. (Bill) Alien Tallahassee good depth and spring of ribs, privileges, and with the weakness and enactment of necessary

r finance director; T, W. ; quick, nervous fighter steer and a full wide cheat make more' of the former law pointed out In legislation Incident to preserving Plumbing and Heating

Conley, Jr., Okeechobee.speaker : may be king of the herd on the desirable feeders than narrow- the Supreme Court decision he insurance protection under -

bureau; J. Edwin Larson Jacksonville range, but he'a far from being I. chested Individuals. I says a bill can be drafted that the Social Security Act, the SALES AND >INSTALLATION-

treasurer. the moat profitable animal for Steers may be thin, but It they i will stand up under court tests. Railroad Retirement Act and the

Williams reports strong early, the cattleman, according to Dr. show good conformation and, "The sad part of It is that the Railroad Unemployment Insurance REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY!
activity by Democratic W O. Kirk State thriftiness they make feeder general election
county executive : ExperimentStation good will be held on Act, and to facilitate state action
committees. Other Democratic animal husbandman. stock. November 5 this
-: year vot under the State Unemployment I
party official, state and I "A vQld the nervous vicious Other things Dr. Kirk suggestsfor ers will select their officials from Insurance program. A. J. Pellicer ProprietorPHONE

county nominees and candidates animal with horns I n selecting cattlemen to consider in selecting president to constable and hundreds The Senate wrote Into ,
who '''did not win In the primary,, I feeder steers because he will use steers for the feedlotgare of Florida citizens who the excess
have united to support the lead lots of the energy nutrients In evidence of good beet breeding, should be able to vote will be tax on September 18 an 147
era. his ration I n useless activity, thick, natural flashing medium- barred by existing election laws,'. giving the President
--- sized strong bones, mellow medi he said. broad authority to establish allowance .I Located In Building' Behind Conway's Service Station]
dependents and
FUNERAL DIRECTOR um-thick hide, clean-cut strong Floridians In uniform, who are modifications In the Social Security
head, and good proportions.
camps in Florida
My Many Tears Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render election on regulations for the benefitof
day may cast their bal those entering '
Tampa Lawyer lots if they are properly regis- vice. The bill now goes to the
MODERATE PRICES tered on their county books but Senate and House conferees for FOR BEST RESULTS .
New Chief Of Draft I
DeWITT C. JONES if they are outside the state regardless final determination before being

Starker Florida Governor Cone last week nominated of registration, they can sent to the White House for the I, YOU'LL CHOOSE
I'll J not take part in the general elec President's signature.
II. P. Baya, Tampa attorney tion this year.
for state executive of the:
National Selective Service Regis I

,tratlon. The nomination was 700,000 Drivers Molina,-Joseph Andre sixty- zrs'.c: /

sent Immediately to President Had 1940 Permits year-old farmer, was bulled alive:
Roosevelt. in the bottom of -
I a 40-foot well
9 Other moves necessary to setup More than 700.000 Floridians for seven hours and lived to tell J ;'I"1ERTIUZJ

the organization for draft were licensed to operate motor the tale when neighbors rescued ,

registration October 16 will be vehicles during the past year- him. Andre was cleaning out the I

made as quickly as possible the' the first operation 'year of the well which had gone dry, when I.

Do Your Trading governor's office said. new State drivers' license law. without warning, the walls caved' ;aljn ':fin .: 4 ,

These Included appointments of'' Office of D. W. Finley executive In, burying him to his nose. His '* ?'
local draft boards and district wild screams, as the dirt I' i
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are officer of the Florida department came
appeals boards and designation of tumbling in upon him brought
public a
given away with every $10 in tradeSMITH'S safety, reportedthat < ... t
i agencies for the registration j neighbor who .
certificates. lof 632,493 licenses were Issued) quickly summoned I'! "'--
or 'Local election officials probably during the to 'aid. State Road Department'
Are Keileenw past year private
in ouif I will handle the registrations. operators of motor vehicles and J equipment, working nearby, was -..,.....,
GARAGE They will serve without pay. 58.935to chauffeurs. brought In, and a 36-inch section I ... 39ffl .
You Choone iY: h, _
Baya now Is attorney for the of culvert was lowered In to pro. .y
STARKE. FLORIDA Last audit of the department'sfunds
State Racing commission. He tect the victim from further
..:.J on August 25th. showed I cave-
"was born In Lake City in 1370. In and provide air while workers Y
revenue of $346,97533: : for the :
,and has practiced law In Tampa dug furiously to release him. A -
period beginning on August 1.
since 190 block and tackle
was used to,,
HOTEL LEAMINGTONN. I Baya was educated at Virginia hoist the unfortunate farmer to ,

Military Institute Cornell University 000 registrants under the first the surface seven hours after the -

E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard and the University of Vlr registration, will represent all I accident occurred and he Ir r r y
ginla. He was Instructor In i activities of the area. President rushed to the hospital by ambuI-1
Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay mathematics at the Florida State Roosevelt suggested the boards ance. He was suffering ex

Opposite Union Bus Station Agricultural College from 1889 to should Include "one member from haustion and attendants reported

1896 and was president of the labor, one from Industry, one no broken bones or apparent in-I
South Florida Military College physician ternal injuries. ,
MIAMI FLORIDAOne one lawyer, and where
from 1902 to 1903. applicable, one from agriculture.

Block From Shopping District And Amusements Governor Cone's recommendations These board members will also Relieve

for members of local classification serve without pay is will the MI."rgo1 ft. I ,

'& SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER and selection bards will state director. ...

go to the president for appoint Governor Cone previously:
Single Room with Ruth-$ Double: Room with DatbllIAlU'S -$%."
pledged Florida's
c" MOST ment.By presidential declaration, tion" in the draft"full registration cooper ( ; A. M. DARBY'S
each board of appeal representing covering men between the ages :
areas with no more than 80,- of 21 and 33. r I CHAS.

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nrTOntR: 4. 19tn --. I largely to blame for existing conditions -

I11', SUNNY BROOK FARM sentiment changes very

Bob Jonesffereafier By EVERGREEN Mr. F. A Hosier 'I I L FASHION, PREVIEW J Jt tty Miss"" ArnuU. Crosby _. .- The rapidly demand in periods of the of hour emergency., whetherthe
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McRae of congressmen' realize It or not,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie\ Reddish
I Orlando were visiting Mrs. Arle \STKH: STROKE Is for action. There are those

and sons were visiting B. E. Brown and Mrs. Nona Dyal re- The trading of SO over-age destroyers so old-fashioned that they hold
Rosier and mother recently.Mrs. naval bases extending be placed
litre c. ntly. for that patriotism should
On W. H. Morgan has returned -
l11entl wereal Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Kelly and all the way from New Found- ahead of a selfish' desire to get
there home from the Gainesvillehospital \ I
monthS ago visiting Mr land to South America waa one reelected.Had .
Woods were
British Buck
few thOUsand where she has been seri-
hundred German a and Mrs. II. B. Kelly and Randolph of the greatest accomplishmentsof the President left this particular .
the \ill.
trappt'd, by ously f 0 t Jacksonville the Roosevelt administration. \ to Congress, It Is
Crosby Issue
looked as .,
pi It I B. E. Rosier Mrs. J S. Rosier t r affects the future,,
Belgium- So far as the voluminous
'In of escape. Thursday easy to forecast
and Joe Carter were recent guestsof
hope tremendous
were no and 'I and Mrs. Wilton Conner Its Implications. are i debate that would have ensued.
ere British navy Mr and Mrs. B. Wilkinson of Mr. '
ever, the British soldiers Lawtey. were guests of Mr. and Mrs and to some extent Long-winded senators especially,
of the depending upon developments that i iI made the welkin ring
valor Isles Sunday. would
to the British J. Q. Rosier was a visitor to Marcus Conner I beyond the full
back at present are mouthlngs.
ght these men. the weekend I with their vociferous
of Dorla wall
Gainesville recently. Miss Dyal I
I vision. .
rte desperate effort and what I "r guest of Mrs. hula Mae range The of vessels human that were swapped I!They would burned.have There fiddled wouldhave while I -I
a manl- : London
were of Starke.
daring BETHEL Smith. for strategic locations were of getting a d
eoua been no chance
K s and Mrs. Warren Kelly '
to sa\'e .e emergencies British human fly Mrs D. D. \\ooJmrd and Mr.children, Vancile and Shirleyof valued at approximately $85.000.-1 until after the November it:J"J"vote ..;

all of visiting Mr. 000 and were of a vinuge ,elections. There Is a very stark ."
to be capable Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gllsson Lake' Butler were could have have i
seems and earlier. They that that would
ire the occasion. There and children of K a lit Palatka and Mrs C. C. Crosby Sunday. to more practical use possibility J''
to been put no late.
ng men and women in the were visiting their parents Mr. Mrs. Nona Dyal was transacting than In stemming the tide of..been too i

many know f who and Mrs. D. D. Woodard at business In, Providence one that directly If Mr. Roosevelt's action was
J whO of God week. totalitarian expansion dictatorial-and that is the most \
grace Starke Sunday. day welfare of this democ-
nerating their last drop otto j Johnny Smith and J. M. Allen Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children affects relates both to the commerce evere criticism' that even hisnemies
give racy, as able to unearth
men Lloyd, spent have been
fellow and Robert
rescue their of Orange Mill were visiting In Kathryn and national safety. Any
of peril. The Bible [ Olustee with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. the weekend with Mrs. Kelly's of war to England at -It served to prove that the ''j'
he dour reach A 1.. Brig.era aid not averse to a little
that the highest St. John Sunday. parents, Mr. and Mra. this time is well justified, and masses are
her this: that a'by of Jacksonville of Lake Butler. taste of well-Justified dictatorship.
love Is Han-ell Griffis ; medium
uman down his life for his spent the week-end with his aunt. I Mrs. Lennie Tomlinson and I I for the exchange a friend proved in need without There Is plenty of evidence that t'

cods love is different. Mrs. Edna Jones of Starke. children of Ralford spent t h eveekend I helping constituting a ensue belll.I they welcome It under the proper
'. mindful ,
Tomllnson'w are
love. with Mrs. circumstances. d
higher than human love for Miss Gladys Lee of Jacksonville'Is and Mrs. J. N, Kelly I I Of very considerable Importance that republics have failed, In the .; "
It. manlfe"lell His visiting her parents Mr and parents, Mr. the Brit Inn, pledge, a corallyof :
was Immediate
visited Mr. and In .
were yet while there she distant past
we I >
while Mrs. E. K Lee. Included
that II the deal If not actually
In He diedinarsiy "j *.w.human/\i. "g."rs --.. I and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. I to retain title last, because of timorous and'f,,
In the Inventory
beings are I FLA. STATE FA RM I I I I J R. Kelly and Hubert Kelly to Its navy come what may. divided leadership. and I 't'
friends, Plant City on business that survive are "
their were in Democracies
ng to die for By Miss Mary Timiutcnd t t i in effect, mean that In the Thlll'l w.'
human beings are incapable v : ji'JT'OR Sunday; I''of a Hitler triumph His those that have a Churchill or .
higher andr ai Miss Agnes Thomas was the 'Roosevelt capable of rising to !'I'I
that !School onunitlee
rallY, of Sunday I fleet will come steaming across! '":;(
Jesus die week-end guest of her brother- In a time of crisis.
made heights .p
love which! (UK the Atlantic to serve as a bulwark I great
( His enemies. The death on The nominating committee of Ir-law and sister Mr. and Mrs against foreign invasion Such men are above the taint of 'i t. I 1

(cross I In all the proof any intent the local Sunday School met recently Joe Starling Jr., of Starke. while the United States completesIts 'suspicion' and superior to the
man should need that and the following officers l>ir. and Mrs. Lester Crosby and for national de 'charge that they have a thirst <,

manifest In the children were visiting Mrs. Cros preparations personal power-Lake City U Ft; ,
| was God and teachers were elected: Superintendent autumn hunt, for dog shows even for picnic or motoring aI' and Mrs) H. M. fense. Ifor '

There has never been R. H. Cox. assistant. compleat suit, even to the lap robe to match II suggested In the by's parents Mr.Level Sunday, The American people, who are (I Reporter, t .'
Christ. If He J. M. Rltch secretary cocoa-brown McRae of Tine and antl-
| one Jesus superintendent, August Harper's Bazaar The on. pictured U of checked decidedly anti-Nail
been a mere man undoubt. and treasurer Mrs. L. A. Stroock wool for the collarless jacket hat and rob. with convenientbig Faclst, seem to have applauded VANDERBILT ... PSI i

I among all the teeming milk Wiggins, pianist, Mrs. S. Ritch. pocket: The cape and skirt art of plain cocoa Stroock wool. HIGHLAND most'the bold stroke of the President By Minn Velma Norman

k who have lived 1 In the past Teachers-Adult Class Mrs. -.-- -- By Alias Beth Wtmtwrly In concluding the negotiations I

[ now live there would : to visit without awaiting the sanction Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Norman
who Whitfield people
Bryan ; young for Miami Mr. and Mrs Burton Curruthers Mr. 'and '
been another human being Intermediate BROOKER who was Mr'j of Some of them, I and family were visiting
Congress. '
> Mrs. L. A. Shepherd; Dobson's brother were visiting Mrs. Ruth Marr and Horace Rosier and children, '{t n
Him. girls, Mrs. R. P. Stubbins; intermediate By Mrs.' L. I* I'arker ously hurt In a wreck. family here Sunday. especially the lawyers, may question Mrs. afternoon. ,
has said, "You can of the opinionof I of Qalnosvllje. Sunday
imeone boys Mrs. A. H Cox; Ira Plnholster had as her Marr of MImms was the soundness
Mrs. Owen M. Norman
Meets Mrs. F.
his- Club Mr. and 1
k of any character In girls, Mrs. J. A. Bouvler; Sewing Andrews the attorney general In whichhe
junior Mrs' S. B. here Sunday
him with I The sewing club met at the guests visiting relatives were visiting! Mr. and Mrs A. A. ,
between overage
and compare 'junior boys' J. M. Ritch; primary, Hazen last Mr. and Mrs. Troy An- Lacy Norman Is upending a differentiated and family of Brooker
of Mrs. George Edwards
else You can compare home and new mosquito
Moncrief beglnnel's.Mrs. destroyers
one Mrs. J. H. ; drews and children of Morrlston, few days at MImms.
business1meeting. '
I the :
G Lee with Stonewall Mrs. Tuesday. After None of them, not even Sunday. <
m H. Dudley; cradle roll, and Mrs. Rudolph Andrewsof Is being held boat '
was Mr. A revival Russell Norman were
C. Long and
:on. You can compare Grant J. G. Caldwell. Mrs. E. and, Mrs Malna the Republican critics, will challenge Levy )
Butler the Highland Baptist -
with a lovely pair of Lake this week at In Jacksonville\ on business Sat t
You can compare presented wisdom the
Sherman the nor populailty
of Mrs E. River Rev. Ivan
of New with the
Local piano pupils Wiggins church .
with Napoleon. But pillow\ cases for a birthday\ pres relay. .I't
andei- of the move
n you think of Jesus you I M. Davis of Starke who participated ent. The next meeting will be Mrs. Leo H. McKlnnon and Bohannan of Russell. conducting The fact ''a that the people are Mr. and Mra. George Thomas
in the recital in I Starke Hazen were I In the services visiting in
Purvis ;
J. K. Doug
et everybody else. He was at the home of Mrs. Mrs la rapidly tiring of the dilatory attitude of Gainesville were
were Roberta Whitfield, Esther Gainesville Tuesday Marvin Green of Mlddleburg "Pq
section Sunday.
clothed In human form Who las. of the law-givers. They this
and Bradley home of his father 'f t :
Crews June Caldwell visiting at the Mrs. Lonzle Norman 'f
e down to earth on a divine Whitfield Late In the afternoon refreshment are so well versed In political Mr. and :
Ion. He said, when He stood Geiger, Mrs. Bryan .* of Jello and cookies were GRAHAM Lee Green. matters that they know without were Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert '
J.. H. Caldwell and Mrs. V. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and MissKthel Bridge 1'ff1
Mrs. of Long
he shadow of His cross "For attended the recital.\ served by the hostesses' Mrs. By Mrs. L. C. Smith Ricks spent Tuesday in being told that there are very Norman ; !'
hour I came into the world. N. Geiger George Hazen Mrs. O. J. :Mott, few statesmen In legislative' halls, Sunday i
Wallace Is planningto !; Mrs. W. T. McEver Is spending Jacksonvlllu and Shirley Morgan 'I''tll Ii
Mrs. J. C. Kmmalyne
eclared emphatically that He Mrs. Frankie Hazen and Mrs. of Hugh nearly till of them having been ,
M. Brtnuon
this week for a tendayrisit several weeks with relativesand Mra E. visiting Ruth Alvarez -
leave of Starke were
to die ; Rhimes crowded out long by the politicians.
e Minnie ago
Tuesday.E. :
heft '
with relatives in Jackson! friends In North Georgia.Mr. was a visitor of t hi.I section Sunday
n Is old, but the blood Is Mrs. C. C. Melvin spent' Sun- S. Stevens of Ocala was .a While the popular tendency r
r. There was a Lamb slainre I ville. day In Hellbronn visiting her and Mrs. Napoleon Starling here Monday. Is to treat the officeholders afternoon.F. t I'

the foundation: of the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Caldwelland father. of Belle are spending sometime visitor. Donald Beasleywere tolerantly' In normal times, M. Norman and sons. Levy ',

id. It Is impossible for the family visited Camp Blanding Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown with Mrs.:< Kate. Starling I Mr.visiting and Mrs In Mucclenny Sun- and to take ,. Into consideration and Russell; made a business trip : :':

an mind to grasp the depth and Green Cove1 Springs Sunday. spent Sunday In' Raiford visiting, I Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Surrency day. that the voters themselves are to Gainesville Monday. ll I; t a 1
h e meaning of the love of Godhe Mrs. Ross Hunsuckle who has their daughter Mrs' Sanford I visited their daughters, Mrs. Mine "

gift of iIls -on- Cul- L peen v I e ill.._ her parents. Air., and----I Ritch. PAlh.hrett. _._- and Mrs. Maxine Emery

Mrs. J. E. Townsend, has returned rudgPtl-Tlltmun Sunday.
i cross Why men refuse II In Hague
Him and why they turn to her home In Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. John Tillman announce Several from, here attended the

it from such infinite love can The local I bridge club met at the marriage; of their funeral of Mr Mike Sweeney at

''xplalned only on the groundthe the home of Mrs. J. E. Wallace daughter. Myrtice Lee, to A, Z. Santa Fe Cemetery Sunday after

Bible Is right when It Monday afternoon. High scorer I Padgett The marriage took place noon.

:her that man was born In for the afternoon was Mrs. J. M. I Sunday afternoon at the home of Bobble Surrency and non, Gerald VIa ... "

that In Adam all die that Ritch and next highest scorer the bilde's parents and walt> performed of Tampa spent Sunday with ,I

natural man |recelveth not was Mrs. O. L. Kelly. by the Rev. C. A. Crosby I relatives.Mr. .

things of God, that spiritual Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs. Padgett will be at and Mis. Harvey Starlingand

igi are spiritually discerned. Florida-Mississippi football game home to friends and relativesnear family have recently movedto 4qJc.f '

'e talk about men and women at Gainesville\ Saturday evening Brooker. Jacksonville. We will miss bl.

[tender hearts but how hard were Frank Crews, Manor' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, them: very much In our community _

t be the hearts of those who Crews Jr., Joe Lander, Garland Jr., of Starke spent Sunday here but wish them much success -

the story of the cross In Godwin and the Misses Betty with relatives. In their new home.

i holy Book and yet continue Stringfellow and Lorene Moncrief Royase Galney spent the week. John Willis J B. Strickland, tDt'

tollion against God: When Buy !Scout; Meeting Royce Galney spent the weekend He and Russell Starling have returned -

was here He looked out The State Farm Boy Scout at home with his family. : to their home after upendIng :

iwisalem and said, "O Jerua held Its weekly meeting at Is working in Jacksonville. a 1 lit month In California. '

!, Jerusalem how often Troop the club house Monday evening. Play To Be Friday NlxhtDon't October They had quite an experience 4{ a
night, -
ld I have child. forget Friday and also
gathered thy scout oath and laws with mountain bears
After 4th, IH the big night at the
together hen gath-
even as a a trip to Crystal snow.'
had been given The
h her under herS school auditorium. play

| and ye chickens would not!" With Lake was planned the for boys Saturday were, "Two Days To Marry," Is sure ...............-......--....-.......
b In His heart He looked out October 5. talk on First Aid by to be good so don't miss It. The RUMFORD RIDDLES
favored by well-known
I" the sinful multitude and Moncrief. Followingthis faculty and other ?
Dr. J. H. of the Brooker community -
"Ye will to me members '
come scouts
interesting are presenting the play |> Why it 6.ffy Baiittl
ye might have life. little first aid
In a
,>w destructive and harden- participated which Is very entertaining and '. beating carpititMCAUSf
li sin''! It blinds the eyes of : practice were: Jira exciting all the way through.
Boy Scouts present and upend a pleasant even
to God's glory. Itstops Markham, Come
mie Bradley, Robert the school. if
If ears so they cannot hear Lamar Whidden,, ing and also help .
Bernard Jordan, R. Dukes of
and Mrs.
voice of love. It hardens and
Charles Thornton, Gene Cope of Mr '
dinner guests
r Dukes were
hearts so these heart are ad
ached Leslie Bradley. and Mrs Roy Green Monday.
by the story of were: Bradley
Scouts present of
Cub Pitt Pinkston
nflce Mr.
"Turn, sinner turn Jimmy
Y will ye die? God, yourer Geiger, Joe Brown Will 1st on spent Sunday herewith ;
Frank Jordan, Jimmy his mother Mrs. Mary v'" y
I asks you 'Why? Delbert Crews and Billy
Godwin, Greenfl.. '
Overstreet. :Many people from here attended
|region Hall I
the Fifth Sunday meetingat "' ---..
TllERESSA church Saturday c
Tabernacle Evergreen h doM l I..l h..Ion. .1 h.r..k. kt .>. t
> > jy
By \Irl.! .\. L. SullUnn and Sunday. .,i rerh.-t.rd ...kin. ?..
he subject of Tuesday night; ) and little Mrs. Mary Mott of Hellbronn ..i.lfi.. H In Id. <>..n. Writ tor nil >.. .. P ,
I. study was "Iron Shoes." Ir33rd Mrs. Johnnie Adkins Is spending a few days with her ...... Add...., Rjmlord taklfi* Pawdw. (.,. I, ,
I I daughters, Jeannette and Annette Mrs. Johnnie Mott and .umfo
chapter of Dueteronomy I and Miss Minnie Swindle of Jacksonville children. demons.Talmedge ....-...............-..........-....
speaks of Mrs Ellis
wearing Iron
guests of Mr. and -r ...
were has returned to
'au' said Kelly
of his "Iron shoe,
're Mrs\ S. R. Swindle here after one and a
> was given to me a thorn business hit home
|ithe flesh a messenger of Mr. W. S. Sibley was a half years In the CCC Camp In d dL I
Ia to buffet me--The Lord visitor to Starke Sullivan attended California. He says he liked
_r 'My for Mr. and Mrs. C. California but Brooker sure looks
Is sufficient
grace meetingof ) A"e
r' for my strength was made the Fifth Sunday Baptist Asso good to him.Randolph L outymHe t" ?5t

test |In weakness.' I will there- the New River at Evergreen Quarries was visiting ;
which was week. i
glory in mine Infirmities ciation relatives here If
I'I 'the power of Christ may rest' Church Saturday.Mr. Packham Mr. and Mrs Rural Dukes of If you first narn ls ODD of the i tl

me and Mrs. William Dukes were visiting relatives here bandied matt popular }.tDtft"' .
Many who labor
I people and Mr
f'r great difficulty have ac- and daughter of Palatka Packham of Saturday. lint namci on out 1Iat. you' ClIO lor- The six-bottle carton of Coca-Cola '

fPlished' the noblest things the and Mrs. Herbert of Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mints tuacrt. not roan you' eon her*. ,

7* has known. To the stars Virginia were recent W. Packham.guests I and daughter Bobble of Jacksonville was designed for your convenience. d of
;ugh difficulty I ls a true pro- Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. Ida spent the week-end with Mre.Mints' GENUINE ENGRAVED trBOTTLED
Paul MI's. H. D. May parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. .namal
became the greatest Starke' p BOOM tKrtoMryat -
In to buy..easy to
shopping Easy provides
cher of the Christian church Hagan were R. Gainey. th* 1ow..1 coal U fcl*.

Plte! of physical handicaps and Tuesday.D. transacting Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrew locy. 21 ...... aad 3SnatcbUl '

rr e circumstance that would J. Phillips,In sr.Starke was Satur- of Lake Butler spent Sunday ....Iop...omlr \ i an easy way to enjoy pure

I? daunted the man. business here with relatives. ,
average ---------------1
',. grace is sufficient for every day.Mrs. Sullivan of Don't forget Sunday School j, freshment at home. Ice-cold

118111 of life. Josephine thllll week Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Slap Ia and Kamla out BOW"400 J

|ervlces- Hampton Is spending Sullivan and This being promotion day. cert! LI*.** of .a4fra" *.4 .iation.rf la Coca-Cola has purity and quality.It .

f5''" Friday and Sunday nights. with her BOn, C. ficates of promotion will be given SUM bow..

J1* was a good attendance, and familY. Sullivan and those who are promoted from one in icebox at home.
and Othma another. There belongs your
children Percy department to
1 Provided the special attended .
,. Geiger
Elsie Belle small by the
Sunday night a trio ofen MIllS between Bradford will be a program BRADFORD COUNTY
the football came and church afterward.

.b e services sang next Friday andIt County High and Green graduates Resale Colson attended the TELEGRAPH UNDER! AUTHORITY OF THI COCA-COLA CO. BY f1 I ri

night will be In charge Cove Springs, Friday and L.night.G. Johns, football gam I In Gainesville STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYf' p'

Gomes. All are Invited W. n. Hall visitors to Lake Saturday night. Phone 29 Starke, Fla.

;'! nu this and the Bible school I Sr.. were business Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dobson left I

ery Sunday afternoon. City Monday.


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; ,yVv, I IgjbY tary policy, and states that soon Japan must;i I In Far Places Faculty

:c The Bradford County Telegraph deal with an America fully prepared to!: Starke Gets Publicity Present i

i I R -- ENtabUIIHd! 1877" .. back up, its demands with military might. I J r Starke Is.., 'eUIng valuable pub. 'teaching "PeacB on Earth and r Town of Starker Play At t Brooker

''btu, ;n, : li Observers believe that a clear, concrete.. deity all over the country as a ; Good Will Toward Men." This little town of Starke has Facuii,,} u,,, ,inhere !
_kli .ltUMhrd Weekly on Fridays and Entered JM Sec- i j i result of Camp Blinding activity. I I Thus wlUita the confines of one I a population of 1,500. It la the school ? ..u of tl
picture is emerging from the previously un- Florida county are to be 'seat of government in Bradford \ I 1'1 keen
; sal Class Matter at the Pont Office at SUrke. Flak according to newspaper clipping small comedy a j
y certain American in the Far East 'I two important County. It has several 'T ,'
policy iaya
AMP ,I sent to us recently by Mrs Flora found In ( proximity motion to t
at ,. ,
I I! the ,h,,. 11\\
and Lake. The establishments. In one picture theatres, athletic fields'!!, house
,h' .c AAEAYBEFt that the clash of interest with Japan B. Cady of Kingsley tonC11!
I I following article was taken from i i'I i. will continue to live those who small hotels and business firms.It da.y I a'' "j :'n ", (I !i
+ .f' r s 1LOwDAPRESSASSOGAnoN is coming down to cases. If Britain and Is situated on main ing 'lOCk Th, .
,,. i& the Hartford __ proves its European position with the im-I'I Starke, Fla., Sept. 20.-Nature's peace. In the other more youthful is served by two railroads. rell, Ha IIn"n, beM

'" -3ouaa d 3Ptida. vent of winter, plus additional aid i ,,majestic silences have surrendered Americans will be taught Instead of Connecticut soldiers line CrOsby Morgan 111..

I ifs j{ I &. L. Matriieu __________.___ Editor and OwnerSDKHCKIITION America, the United States may be able to 'I to a symphony of energetic sound means of keeping peace If swiftly wading like into at the Bantam lakes over pebbles Flora Alice Edwards Douglas 18lon:! (
s L1"' Y t r b I at Kingsley Lake, six miles from and surely, by force necessary. Lake near Norman Mra
+ F'; ;: + -- RAT.1 1q depend upon England to guard American interests i here, and at Sand Hill Lake, Penney Farms was establishedby I Mt. Tom Shenlpslt Pond near Between and Hugh Butler
t; in the Atlantic. In that it is White Plains, Tolland< or Lake Candlewood "CIS
} case, seven miles to the south as a J. C. Penney near tap dances severer
Yearly, .I..TO; Sh Month, 75c: -Payable In Advance I will
h conceivable that this country will changeits crow flies where the Florida N Y., chain store operator and Danbury, they will wade into the E. Irving be given bl
f,ly','' ,k ar Advertising Rates on Application tional Guard's Camp Na-\f philanthropist some years ago. lakes on soft white sand.. Under who, fOl'lller1y'
;, CharI
tone to Japan, and come out stronglyfor !
moving rapidly toward In Strawberry Belt They will find grist mills In City Clurk of lies
:3f You Dig Down Deep- the preservation of the status quo. tion. comPle-I' Although it is being built I this section Just like theme In The

Along the shores of sturdily and with an eye to the Connecticut and they will leave play n' being
u, :3No Telling What You'll Find Viewed from any angle, Amei'ica's posi- Mrs Daisy e
North Florida's most beautiful future, Camp Blanding has come fields, of tobacco but not under Fisher and
it t'i Here's an enlightening little story that tion is not too good. For America needs lakes and the miles of terrain I Into being' virtually as a mushroom cheesecloth, as in Connecticut. ale Laurie Morgan AdlD!,

ti, might give comfort to REAL Democratswho time to perfect Its defense speed up war between them, an ages-old sylvan growth not unlike a boom Here tobacco is grown for ctgaret 1:1: and 25 cenlSAntiThird !

_,}, ')rlrl are upset by the spectacle of a few ex- material production and train troops to theo I serenity has yielded to the noisy city, but with far better planning and snuff purposes, and Is not
activities of builders who are being in evidence on every hand. covered
Democrats turning i from Roosevelt t intricacies of modern warfare. As the war creating "a .vast training site for The property was bought 1 a s t. New Sls1>t I To Terms

Willkie: in Europe advances, and Japan grows bolder, the development o f important January/ and work started a They probably will miss mountain Meet Here

Yw'' John Baker, Orlando attorney, last week ''it is increasingly clear that the preservation units of America's new war month later. laurel but they ;will see Anti Third
machine. But it will be a ma- Soon it will be ready to serve miles of blooming: orange trees, Term
?' b 'rid r' r.xw; an automobile plentifully sprinkled with of our national interests in both the Atlantic will will hold ., masscourthouse
1 chine for defense rather than aggression close to 50,000 soldiers who I tall blooming bay trees, cocoanut meellnc
; ; i, Ktkkers! which said "Another Democrat For and the Pacific depends upon a be trained tor man's grimmest .palms poinsettia, hibiscus, fields noon here Saturday
at I
h %V illkie." Johnnie, being of an inquiring turn British victory. It Is her' thnt Connecticut's duty In nn atmosphere where of magnolia trees and an occasional an annnuni, ? -iock aCCIII\I\
,, cltlzen- oldleu, with others from nature has left many outstanding alligator, basking in the ''mem in an uSpenke
1's'' t t fIr wind; dtcided to check up on that case Basically the Interests of the English- Rhode Inland.Vermont and Maine, I and striking Instances of. real warm winter sun. ment pial" n I 'the Telegrr;

': i In the following manner: speaking peoples are i identical- It i is a composing the Forty-third Division i[ beauty. Instead of granlt quarries, they I week

''G i. lie took the license number. struggle for survival. under command of General'| Nearby, orange trees are heavy I will see limestone quarries and >- win' t be Ex-Gc
I Cary A Hani,,
Morris B. Payne of New London, i with green fruit now ripening coquina rock dug out of the coast. John w,|
2. He got the owner's name at the court n | I former ,, ,
;' v will learn more about discipline.! under a warm fall sun. The,line where the surf deposited mll- I mitt ,money,
tfoase. British Victory Is Still Vital and how to use modern arms in I camp Is in the center of North lions", of years ago trillions or County HV ,Tim,
'; I 3. He checked his registration record. To American Defense Plans. serious practice at war. Florida's famous strawberry belt. Idonax and other small shell fish. Schad Marlon, (Oountv and J,

From this process he was amazed to In the rush of defense hammers Play Oiertlme Besides the Forty-third Division [ They will not see textile mills Gainesville attorn)
preparations, Flying/ hammers at Camp Bland. the 106th regiment from|1"0 familiar to Connecticut's citizens -
find: {following) in the wake of passage of the Ing today sound a rat-a-tat-tat, Alabama: ; the 179th from Georgia; I but they will see miles of I Large Tract Of I

,. 1. The man is a native of Germany. conscription bill there is a tendency on the! an overture for the coming and the 197th Regiment from, I pine forests with an occasional Changes
2. lie was naturalized in 1925. of crackle of high-powered Army Tennessee, and the Thirty-first turpentine still located" here and Hands
part citizens to lose sight of the I
many rifles and the rattle of deadly headed General AlbertH. j
Division by there.
3. He registered in 1932 AS A RE- Battle of Britain and its implications to, machine Nearby James Richard Walmrr
guns. flashingsaw Blanding of Bartow, Fla.. for- "No MoMtiltmii.] .
PUBLICAN and has not changed his party the blades cut through timber National Guard cently purchased a half
United States. mer head of the They will miss the snow, for ((4,440
.bincc. Despite these important defense even more swiftly than red tap, Bureau In Washington for whom at Camp Blanding, If the ther- P. Demorest tract In the ten
v prep- can be trimmed( In Washington in the has been named, will mometer in mid-winter of Iud
Johnnie will furnish sworn affidavit on arations it is clear times of camp gets as north of Klngsley :Lake
observers I
some that an'emergency. come here for training. The lat. low, as freezing loyal Floridians
these facts. It is indicative of the type of the fate of America still rests on the out- Only a short time ago the nine I ter division Is composed. of troops will tell them that "this is most j, miles wards east of of Lawley I
battle we face and means hard work by lakes mirrored on their almost:'j from and Lawtey and
i Louisiana Mississippi unusual weather and somebody in
come of the furious battle Brown of Starke
now raging over oval surfaces the I i each m
every local Democrat. outlines of an Florida. California must be trickon
playing a
O England. Britain's defeat this fall would Interesting variety of trees scrub Some .\It raN Ions us." quarter Interest In thetni

leave the United States alone in a hostile oak, budding magnolias and buy I I' Soldiers from Connecticut will They will miss slogging throughthe Mr Brown stated!! tint u
Worried Over Precedent? I
trees tall pines and water oaks not be lonsefcome for the sight of mud for will likely be fenced MI
world without sufficient after rains In North
,*Yell I Here It Is ships to guard its II which stood In,!solemn dignity undisturbed the Connecticut Housatonic or I Florida the water Is quickly absorbed for cattle It is {Ideal I

_ The, trade of fifty destroyers to Great Atlantic and Pacific shores, and without until recently by the Thames rivers, for only a few I and, there is no mud. purpose he siiiu contalglc
enough trained and vital necessity for preparing an sprint/ brunches and hi
men modern equipment miles away flows the St. John'sRiver There
Britain for naval bases in the West Indies ] are no mosquitoes at
adequate good water
system of national de supply (the year
to combat successfully the efficient Nazi fense. Florida's biggest river. Camp Blanding. Entomologistsdo
met the overwhelming approval of the people Each of the nine lakes in Camp not know the answer, and not (
of the United States, but a few voices were war But by, this time these monuments Blanding Is stocked with bass. long ago Ripley featured the fact Auto Accident' Sm

rained questioning the legality of such Military experts agree that the greatest of nature have made theirsacrifices The lakes are fed by underground In his, cartoon.. But there are.
pro to aid and Ancil
a nation's Thompw
need of the United States is time time to safety. springs, similar to the world mosquitoes In other sections of'
-- ,
endure To set such questioners at ease 2 Important K-tal>llshmenls famous Sliver Springs a few Florida. era, and) Drew Staring
get the production of planes', tanks, war- Virtually within gunshot of Lawtey. escaped with only
Naval officials in Washington, D. C., pointed miles from Camp Blanding. They will be greeted by pretty
ships and other material-in the site of the camp Is cuts and bruises Sunday
In the purchase of three light cruisers from high speed production proper The lakes are shallow and are sun-tanned girls who will ask
Pen Farms noon when the i
y home of for anon
lime to train excellent boat races!, all kindsof "How "
an large are you today? as they
e Rngland and Drazil at the time of the scores pf retired ministers, who which they were rldmj
enough to repel invasion. Hard the? aquatic i sports especially primp up fr",the anticipated arrival -
4, ; Spanish-American War any pressed spent rich'years: of their lives for bathing. I I of troops from the North.of of control I and turned as Britain is, it still, controls the gateways eral times on the curve
A month! before the United States de- State Farm
Highway Ju-j
tb' the Atlantic. England's fleet 'is the American
dared war against Spain in 1898, this country one ,: Society I Funeral Services signal electrician, and was of the Starke city limit!
thing that can gain the necessary delay for Discussed At tracing a line trouble when he three men were brou b'
bought, two cruisers England was build- RotaryD. For M C. Sweeney
America. inadvertently touched a 4,400 volt local doctor's office for i

ing for Brazil. Less' than four months In the face of this one basic fact, it is R.: (Billy) Matthews, youth-.;'! Funeral services for Michael line while standing on the ground. treatment.. The trio were!
later the United States purchased a third ful director of Florida .! Father Gallagher of Gainesville to Starke when the acrid
hard for many observers to understand the at I C.I Sweeney. 40 accidentally elec- officiated at the funeral services curred.
+, cruiser this time directly from Brazil. the :
University of
Florida 1'
continued opposition to all aid, short of Thursday morning of and interment was In Santa Fe
n''U'__-__ Gainesville, gave an able escus-dust!!! week near Waldo while mak- Cemetery
actual for Great Britain. I slon overlooking HamptonLake. Recent BirthsMr.
war They "Our
point American
Japan Pushes Southward Society"at i 1 j Ing repairs to a high voltage elec. The DeWItt C. Jones Funeral -
Despite Protests of U. S. out that victory for England is the sameas the Rotary Club meeting here ''trlc line, were held from the Home had charge of ar- and! Mr Leon D
4 victory for the United States-and the I I I Sweeney home o n Washington rangements. boy September :'t.Mr. .
Events moved rapidly in the Far East He gave three reasons for the I' Avenue Sunday afternoon at 2:30:
cost is but fraction Mr. and Mrs Leroy '
a of what would be ex was born August
during the ten position of leadership which the o'clock. Mr. Sweeney
past days as Japan pushed was a veteran 1, 1900. In
Paris, Kentucky and Starke, girl SeptembersMr.
into French Indo-China pended if this country were forced to pro- United States enjoys among na-I! employe of the Seaboard
despite the protest I was stationed in Bradford County and Mrs VanlceH
tions of the world Airline Railway In the
tect itself by actual warfare. Many have today: 1. Our capacitythan 14
of the United States. At almost the same natural resources-the most boun- years ago by the railroad Starke boy September 25

time mutual defense plans in the Pacific apparently forgotten that British ships have tlful possessed by any nation on I a revival of the old company Hampton He made his home in Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A
put teeth in the Monroe Doctrine for more earth. 2. Our historical theoryof until seven weeks ago edge. Lawtey. girl. Septen:
the ; divine "
were of of
subject conversations between hE'rltape.1 right kings. He when he and his family moved
than a century, and saved the United States He stated that the described Mr. and Mrs. Harry W,'
this country, England and Australia, and of America has involved less"rascality" democracy as still the Into their new home in Starke. fl
Great Britain formally announced that the the expense of a two-ocean navy. than has the growthof Ideal In, form order of government. June 6., 1929 Mr; Sweeney was Lawtey girl, Sepitmbtr

Giant Signapore naval base and other strategic The United States made a start by 3. any Our other nation In the world American Society"to preserve we must"Our: 1.1 married survives to him.Miss Other May Jones survivors who Friends of Mrs W, ]

trading destroyers to England for bases in theory of government. Conserve our will regret to learn that
Far Eastern resources; 2. I Include three small
points were at the disposal "Dictatorship has been daughters,
the West Indies. Some American-made air tried and pare for total defense; 3. Norma, Joun confined to her home te
found and Constance
the United
of States. wanting Mr. Matthews spiritual PI.e.1 her ttan
I| illness. During
Japan undoubtedly knew of the American planes are also in Britain. But the need I I said. "It Is nothing more or less thews said.awakening; Mr. of Sweeney Mt. Sterling.; a brother J. T. Sweeney store Is being manasw: b
Ky.: and three
for such instruments of is still and M lr*
war a pres- Miriam Klckllter
for sisters
plans checking the Nipponese ex Mrs. Pat Barfleld, Miss
sing problem if England is to withstand Margaret Sweeney and Miss Keen.
pansion. So it is believed by competent
successfully the Nazi onslaught. I FASHION Genevieve Sweeney also of Mt. I ----
England *
observers PREVIEW retur
that the step was taken in IndoChina I I'IW Sterling. Ky. Mr. Mrs. A. F Sauls
needs more help. Sweeney was Wedne**'
on the theory that the coming elec- a member of the Catholic Church. her home here B
There is no doubt that the Adminis- spending several days
tion and the serious '''-'''
situation in *
Europe ; ; S.
tration favors such aid, and polls indicate '. 'Io '..w. :;"'", ".. "! New where Mr Sauls a
would prevent American reprisals. With the .1 ,t .' a t b, 'to-' I ployee, is stationed at P
the people are solidly behind President .. .
Chinese war still unsettled and a serious ..... 'Nf In the past two weeks --
Roosevelt's steps in this direction. But ; .. '* the City j O. W Mart and( **
drain both x. Light and Water
on Japanese manpower and eco- : Plant has connected and fn<
many believe there is danger that in the ,; ; ,': 25 visited relatives
>tnomic wealth, it is unlikely that Japan t ", ;' over new customers to Highland Saturday and
excitement of conscription and a national ,, ,: : its power lines Berry Johns, act-
would take' any '
step it thought would bring Ing Superintendent, stated They were
an open clash with the United States. election the imperative need of England ,:"t t. "People are even putting yesterday Minima by Lacy Norman.

The working agreement between Japan. may be forgotten. light in old barns," he said. He ifyeupeinapsd Ese."Acid
Time for rearmament can be gained added that work will .Boon begin r
Cormany and
Italy was never more strik- .w'A, in FREE I
ingly illustrated than at this time. Within only as long as the British fleet patrols ; Lake laying Street a block 0 f sewer on Ulcera, I IndiBlo.Unre.I

almost a matter of hours after Japan won the Atlantic. America's front line. is still : : I I Avenue and Road between 48.Washington This pipe ,H.artbU1ll+P'a',

its demands from French Indo-China thefennantlominatE'd in England. Regardless of what happensat p.'nf : will serve the new home of A. F'I Nausea,let inte.tinr a free een bot

: Vichy government home this mast not be forgotten.A I Lake Sauls under construction on I and CARPM\TF7t'i a free : IIKI'C y

l.'lahedI'ith British and loyal French forces o ...
0.____ .-.____ .. ___-
iir Oalcar Jacksonville minister
capital of French West Africa. voiced a POP-

This; was' of vital importance to the United ular sentiment in his sermon last Sunday PUBLIC MASS MEETIN<]

States, Ki'nce Axis control of this port would when he denounced the policy of "Peace at

give Germany and Italy an important base any price" Court House Square

only[ 1,500 miles from South America. Apparently "Submission to the forces of lawlessness Starke

Japan banked on this threat to is not a price paid for anything for

&3ep America occupied in the Atlantic. it will purchase nothing" he warned. "When Saturday ,Afternoon, 3 p. m.

Twa retaliatory measures appeared passable } Jesus said, if a man strike you on the right

:: for this country against Japan. The cheek turn the other also he did not mean October 5thSpeakers

long-threatened embargo on Japanese imports that if a man strike you, you should let ->-- -. .. -,_*

-particularly on scrap iron and oil- him strike your mother, your sister, your t 4V4

_ could be invoked or an American navalMpndron wife aLto. lie did not mean that if a man ;

could put in at Singapore, osten- steal your money let him also steal the *" IIARDEE

aOAy for repairs. money of the widow and the orphan. We Former HON. Governor CARY of Florida

Regardless of future developments it have a duty of love toward the oppressedas

''t seems evident that Japan has hastened its well as toward the oppressor." liON. JOHN W. IIARREI'J( Counts; ,
; a r? Former States Attorney, Duval
expansion program with the passage by O j b 1K3,

Congress of the huge defense measures and Begged. borrowed or stolen from the HON. II. W. (TOM I) SETLEY

the Conscription Bill. An authoritative Japanese New York newspaper PM : Marion County Democrat

newspaper viewed these steps as a Maud With Harding FOR campus be or country of your for life.motoring or d Ihad.autumn. sports. this cape liON. J. IIARRY SCHAD

''r sign that the peace policy of the United Cool With Coolidge Uckt August and Harper'the urc* a .tins between womenwwhopwear ''Gainesville AttorneyPaId
Rosy With Roosevelt type pictured or soft beige
a'' Stales has been replaced by a strong mili- Why Wilt With Willkie? two..ipper front closing that keeps them e.m.l' hair, made with a
the snug and .
tumID). smooth over ( Politic .\dv.t )

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