Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 18, 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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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side-of Heaven ,


go; Highway And Railroad To Blanding Now In Preparation ); : il ilort


Slated Health Board Concerned Pecan Auction City Will Enforce Work Employes At Camp Near Progressing 5/JOO"Labor Rapidly Camp As ':..}!)1

Being Constructed .

$$10,000 With Problems HereThe Starts TuesdayMany 1-Hour I ParkingTraffic Developments on the Camp Blanding; news front were : .

fast and furious this week with new transportation routes ',1;.
I 1 State Board of Health moved forward two fronts
Itarke Field Included on between' Starke and the '
reservation the of
Big HousesTo holding center
this week its ,\
showing intention to keep a watchful eye on Congestion the I \
stage.A .
SurveyedAeronautics ; ,
i Group sanitary conditions in Bradford County, soon to become one Be Represented; Causes OfficialsTo two-lane +
Board "super" highway between here and Blanding
of the country's principal national defense Harvest : i
y First intimation areas. Bumper Take Action seems assured in view of the fact that a State Road Department ;,'<' '

lke- municipal airport Is with the rapid growth that and the Department was concerned Early pecan varieties (Moneymakers surveying crew, in charge of J. M. Edwards, isnow 'J

ffor $10,000 worth of Im- consequent problems, expectedto Mayor N Wainwright, Jr., engaged in plotting the projected route. It will leave .
and will
take place here needling! ) beginto
came Tuesday night when two health
Wednesday approved the restriction -
Starke in the :
southeastern of
ient recommendation part town and run east into
If a officials from the Jacksonville office the platform at the :1'
appeared before the pile up on of Call Street from the railroad the "
Buy; the Civil AeronauticsIs City Council, requesting: clarlfleatton Bradford County Stale Farmers'Market to Court Street to one hour, reservation with only one slight curve between Here ". '

accepted by the Secreof or tne city'g proponed new parking between the hours of 8 and Kingsley Lake, it is said. : '
| week-end In
War, Navy and sewage project I Unsanitary Toilets this preparation o'clock In he 'morning and 6 0'I As planned now, the new road will\ be a two-lane traffic ?;,' 'j+
The second action came Wednesday To Be CondemnedThe for the annual fall auction I clock In the afternoon. The highway, each lane 25 feet in width with a 30-foot dirt '

rce Departments. when it was announcedthat which get under way here Tuesday Mayor's regulation will be enforced parkway t between the two. Actual construction is expected I

[liiUci a preliminary Board rated survey 55: ,FlorEiorta the- the Department would beginat State Board of Health will morning at 11 o'clock, by the police department, to follow closely the final acceptance of the route now being _;'I',

Important factors once condemning unsanitary next week begin wholesale condemnation Spirited bidding Is expected In "We mean business)," Mayor surveyed '
as askedy open toilets in Starke and Bradford -I view of the heavy demand for Wttlnwrlght said. "We have to do ,
national defense, and of unsanitary surface ,
County. nuts this and at least six this
season to meet the Increasing traffic
come In for a share of At the council meeting City toilets in Bradford County, I). I, I big companies will be representedby problem In the restricted area." Seaboard Begins On Blanding Spur ':::1IiM

B,000.000 to be expended on Engineer J, M. Rdwards went Into Sigmnn, Sanitary Officer with the buyers, according to Market' Signs reading "One Hour Park- ,,I

In the U. S. detailed explanation t of the Board from Jacksonville, said 1 Manager J, L Gentry Among Ing" are now being painted and Recurring rumors that the Seaboard Air Line ';M'

? recent Associated Pressii sewage project and the Health Wednesday. The condemned units hoe who will operate on the violation tickets are being printed. Railroad would construct a spur track from its mainline ''is'

[ii from Washington, officials stated they could not approve should be the I platform will b e the Georgia The signs will be attached to the in Starke to Camp handing proved to be founded '
replaced with
fa airport was listed among the project until adequate cement and units approved Hide & Fur Co., the Monticello street lump posts In the affectedarea in fact yesterday when construction began on the new 'it f
SB 2 group which are the facilities for the cypress Pecan Co., and the Miller Pecan ,
Class 4tea disposal of sewage being constructed by the citysponsored and the tickets will be givento track. It will leave the main line a short distance wa'.
largest In was furnished by the city Co., of Baconton. Ga. Other offending motorists) The
of 1//
south and will
W P. A. County Sani- I town run east into the reservation
the largest airports "The two present disposal units firms from Cairo Ga, !and Baln- Mayor Indicated that there wouldbe '
Jacksonville tation Project, he stated. along a route several hundred feet south of and parallel .
eludes probably are already overloaded," bridge Ga., will also be repre- u fine for first offense, albeita
"Because of the I to the old Lee road. It will connect with the Southern
Influx of Na-
liunl It was: stated. The proposed sew sented. It IH aald. light one, and heavier fines \.
tional Guardsmen and others- already Railway's from Theressa to short distance G
age system addition would take After a tour through groves Inn.'l1rlfol'd for subsequent offenses. spur a Ji'

nter's care of practically all of Starke: and In the very near and surrounding counties -I The Mayor, In a message. directed south of Kingsley Lake.Southern's !'(' f
future it Is
for the
that Is without sewers at present I II necessary Monday afternoon, Manager) to Call Street business men 1,
Modernized State Board of Health to correct
1 I and was to be a city-sponsored the unsanitary conditions found Gentry stated that 1940's bumpernut and their employe, urged persona Track Complete This 'Week '
W. P. A project. However, allsuch crop should reach! a million to remember not to leave their I'
nter's Drug Store this| projects under the W. P.A. here, Mr. Sigma explained. pounds within a marketing radius cars parked in the restrictedarea
these Before this week Is it is believed that the Southern :,
the incandescent'''' "Namely, unsanitary conditions up, ta-
replaced must have State Board of of Starke Practically: all growers throughout the day. as they
consist of surface toilets Railway from Theressa to Blanding will be
spur cornnl :
throughout their storee Health approval announced their Intention of have been wont to do, or they ,
and there are about 150 to be plete. Work was considerably slowed down recently by the '/4-' ,.
| new daylight fluorescent W. M. Edwards chairman of patronizing the auction here, Mr. would find w ticket Inviting them I
illumination. Three,main the Council said "If we have to condemned In Starke alone He Gentry said. around to the Mayor's court, necessity of making a 30-foot fill across the southern ,;;f...
not the numberto
biers win- do that (build a new disposal be condemned in the entire The manager' urges growersnot branch of Black Creek. Around 150 carloads of building '"'
and two plant) then the thing Is dead, as county. "Moat of the unsanitary to wait until they have har- Bad Accident material are lined up on the siding waiting to, roll into ,I iT'

'ghta were Installed by E. we haven't J20.000 or $30,000 to surface toilets to be condemned- vested their entire crop before Blanding as soon as the track is completed. Work on the 11,1',

icier. The, local result electrical U a remark-con- spend" on a disposal plant at;this here" he added, "are In the col- bringing pecan., to the auction."Bring Near Hampton mile spur started the middle of September ,f+r "
time. ored section. with few them Ini as noon as you
a others
right Illumination at all The Health Board representatives scattered about the have 100 pound," ,he said. Mr. Kalie Fluker Tampa negro U fil "
Jhat) closely resembles dayd promised to look over the town. Gentry,also' stated that all mar- being held in the county Jail here Almost 5,000 Men On Payroll Now : '
d I restful to the eyes.P. "We expect, he continued, "to charged with reckless 'I''
present units again, and offered keting fees will' be paid by the driving, and
| Carpenter, proprietor, their service at any time for start condemnation- of all unsanitary buyers. In alleged to have caused a severe Labor employed on' the Camp Blanding project ;II P,

(that the new ,fluorescent ,giving Instructions In proper man- surface toilets, the first of Geo. II. 'Inman will serve as automobile accident Monday nightat neared the 5,000 mark this week with 4,712 employeslisted ::!; i'
week. A of field
ot only give more and agement of the units, which are next group auctioneer. the north end of the Hampton on the payroll Wednesday. This figure will be ';i, I
sanitarana ,
fcom the S4at Board
in.:"bue..:.Jo' Jt cheaper' 'not. now; ,tJ"hll&ld.,, ueitrg-'given of Health will make the condemnations jfa A rf". white cutcttJI'which ,four Gainesville .gradually increased> to an ultimate top of 7000. A '111 II '

With the incandescent proper caret \ Dies persons wJnJuredl: two labor where will be fed aid housed is
|1,100 watts were consumednew All'property'owners will Mrs. Cady critically. Sheriff A. O., Andreu camp, 2,000 men ) _ail
be expected replace condemned now being constructed on Road 48 at the northeast '' I,
stated Tuesday that the amountof
Its for lights their require superior only re- B. //. S. vs AlacruaB. toilets with sanitary and approved At Kingsley LakeMrs. ball for Fluker's release had corner of the reservation. It Is 76 percent complete. \I"i [I

units. such as are being built by been Workers will be boarded at cost not exceeding $1 I
not set a
he said. Other changes H. S. Tornadoes meet Ala- Flora B. Cady wife of the
the W P. A County Sanitation
plated within the toext two chua tonight (Friday) at Brad- Project here. late C. E Cady and proprietorof An automobile containing four per day. ; f"

e 1 weeks at Carpenter's In- ford Park, 8 o'clock. In the third the well-known Cady's Landing occupants was. coming from t'Deadline ,
removal of the present home game of the 1940 football "The results," Mr. Slgman concluded bathing resort at Klngaley!! Lake Gainesville and was wrecked, :
For Job Not Extended :
cry and soap show cane season. With three straight winsto "will be a great reductionof for many years, died at her Sheriff Andreu said, when Fluker, ]11

wrapping table. This will their credit, the Tornadoes are hook worm disease and other Kingsley Lake home suddenly driving a car en route to Tampa f'', r'
'infections Frank A. Ray executive officer in the construction I'
caused Capt.
these -
now by ,
ore floor room' and an- attracting u stronger backing Tuesday night at 11:15: : o'clock. containing several other! colored \+
table and chairs, as wellor among local fans than ever before unsanitary surface toilets. I am Although Mis Cady had been In persons, 'suddenly turned) left In quartermaster's", department, stated Wednesday that 1/ ':

two modern floor dis- and crowd at all home happy to state that the City 111 health for several yearn her front of the approaching Gainesville reports that the deadline for completion of Camp Blanding ifrj

will be put In. ''Also the games thus far this season have Council of Starke Is cooperating death was unexpected and came cur to enter, the old' Hampton had been extended beyond December 31, 1940 were totally /', .;

fountain and show case been very gratifying to school of- 100 percent with us In thin drive" as a shock to ,family and friend road. The occupant of the without foundation. Following i is the list!' of projects now ;. I

,will be modernized with ficials. The largest turnout yet The cost to the property owner She was 77 years of age, Gainesville cat and ull of that under way and the degree in which they are complete: <.
of the units be.
fluorescent lights. Is expected at the game tonight. for one approved Funeral services for Mrs. Cady city, were Miss Ann Willis, who Clearing and grubbing ground for temporary warehouses. ':""
ing built under the W. P. A,
I Project Is only about $20. were held yesterday (Thursday) cut received and a bruises fractured about left the leg and I 72 percent ; lumber mill, 06 percent ; labor camp, 76 percent; f,

ilution Scoring: Party Bolters afternoon DeWItt Jones 3.30: chapel o'clock In from Starke.the Miss Lecla Prevail who suffereda face railroad track, 80 percent ; water tower No 1, 100 percent; ,, >

pted By Democratic Committee City Barber ShopIn The Rev. Fred Yerkes, pouter of broken right ankle and a broken water tower No. 2, 45 percent. Also in progress is framingand ?' J'

St. Mark's Episcopal Church, officiated jaw; and D. C. Muxirrove. and flooring of the hospital wards ; 700 feet of main trunk ( I

Democratic Executive Comm Committee condemns and repudi- New Home over the service. Inter Homer Feifuson received minor 24-inch newer line have been laid ; and the base course ((10 \ .'\

t In the courthouse ates the practice of those who..1 The City Barber Shop Thursday ment In Klngsley Lake Cemetery cuts and bruises.. The accident inches of limerock) i in, down on every road in the National ,a j'

y afternoon and passed the participated in the Democratic night: of last week moved into followed the funeral service and occurred around 10 'o'clock I', M., Guard area; two additional wells: are being drilled. ",I

ng resolution: Primaries and accept the largess I the building next door to the east pallbearers were Joe Hoover A and after first aid treatment by I IBryant's

EREAS, The Republican of the Democratic Party and who of old Call Street location.The O. Andreu. L. A Canova, B. Ship- local doctors the quartette was
has selected Wendell L. violating their moral obligationto new location, occupied for- man, Ray NewHom and L. H. Kent to the Alachuu County Hospital Cafe 1,143 Young Men

as Its Candidate for Presl- support the Democratic Nominees merly by the Gem Lunch Room Hill. In Gainesville in a DeWItt Sold Last Week iJ +
f the bolt Jones Ambulance The
United States In op- In the general election was completely torn out and remodeled Mrs. Cttdy was born May 25, negroes ,
11 to the Candidacy of the party In its hour of greatest 1883, In LaPiirte City, Iowa and were not seriously Injured.- Bryant's Cafe, one of Starke's ; :
Here f
m D. Roosevelt the Nomi- need and In rank Ingratitude bite Register
was married to late husbandIn
ha two leading restaurants for the punt
the The new shop skylights sr
Democratic Party, and, with mongrel fangs the feeding St. Joe, MIsHourl. They movedto Ministers Discuss
'REAS, Certain Democratic Party and Its walls and ceilings are eight years, was. sold Monday to '
former sup- hand of the In smooth white Starke In 1917 and to Kings- Members Of County t'I i
of Franklin D. Roosevelt: cast their vote for the Nomineeof finished plaster ley Lake In 1923 and soon afterwards New ProblemsThe Mr and Mrs. George Pappas of .
window frames and the Selective Service
the door,
ve formerly been members I the Republican Party, opened the bathing beach New York City, W, ":. Bryant, 'a1:t
below the mirrors
ipporters of the THEREFORE BElT woodwork are Starke Ministerial Alliance Board Announced ':tf
Democratic NOW finished In oak, and two fluores- which Is Kill very popular In met for who, with Mrs Bryant, has. operated
gad l Its Nominees have seen RESOLVED by the BradfordCounty summertime.Four second time within ;1>
Ithdraw their support from Democratic Executive cent lighting chandeliers have two weeks to continue plans for the cafe since coming from Without a single grumble, 1- '
been Installed in the ceiling lighting daughters and one son enlargement of all of Cocoa In AugUHt f 1932, ', 'Ir
ornlnee of the Democraticand Committee that all and l singular I| phases o an- 141 young men betwen the ages
Smaller survive: Mm Frank Foster, Hart-
the shop brilliantly. church I
life In Starke.At \
have openly espoused' of the officials 'of Bradford I fluorescent lights have been installed ford, Conn.; Mina Flora A. Cady a dinner at which nounced Wednesday. The name of 21 and 30, registered Wednesday r.,
USe meeting
and Florida and of the City I '
of the
'can Nominees candidacy, and of County.Starke Florida be and they j I over each of the mirrors Orlando,; Mlw Beatrice Cady, the other three pastors of Starke of the restaurant will probably In Bradford County for com 'Y 1''J

EREAS many of these are hereby requested and urgedto I behind the five chairs. Jacksonville; Mills Beverly Cady, were guests' of the Rev Fred bo changed, 11.8 added. pulsory military training. It was I:
chair and barber Starke: and Paul R. Cady, Hart, Yerkes Since being In business here
members and supporters Investigate the political activities Another were plans were made for large, an event tinged with historical
enlarging the serviceof ford. Conn. Two sisters survive Invitation card Mr and Mrs. Bryant have made I
added also displays In town
Democratic for employ '
Party have of any applicant significance for the men were ;;j:,
Mrs. Mrs. Tom Glennof
recipients In the past and !ment with said County or City the City Barber Shop from Its Cady an dat Camp Binding\ this week. Starke their home and built a .
w the recipients of many I and If upon such investigation It 1 former four-chair size. BesidesS. Goff, Kansas, and Mrs. Ralph Plans were also laid for a religious -I reiddunce on Went Call Street, listing themselves In preparation

from the said Party In the should appear that any such ap- E Sparks, proprietor, the barbers Glenn, Pawnee City, Nebraska. survey of Slarke to be carried where they now reside Mr. Pap- for the first peace-time draft In

of offices, appointments, plicant has been engaging In any, are W. C. Manning and on over the week-end of October p u a stated extensive changes the history of this country "
E. Wilson of Starke, Plez Re-list Rooms 2l-27th, which will would be made In tho restaurantbut 1.
ents and trusts and In par- of the subversive and disloyal activities Luther be directed by With the registration over, the If;
"K! In the Democratic Prl- outlined above and here- H Croft recently of Mayo and Mrs. the Baptist pastor. gave no details. newly-appointed Bradford County : .

nave thereby become mor- inbefore condemned and repudiated John G. Lewis, formerly of Fort Stephens SaysAll Other items to which discussion draft board (Hal. Edwards: Law :
'nd to such applicant employment Pierce. A combination radio- was given were the new Nets I
support the noml- to deny vacant rooms, apartments, Tag Day toy chairman; N. D. Wainwright,
the said County or electric clock has been Installed. moral problems of the city, which
Democratic with
Party In Jr., Starke; and S. L. Crews, New
and houses must be re-listed by the Alliance Women $100 Fund
iera| election to come, and City and, proposes to meet asa River) set to work Thursday
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDby Church Of ChristH. Monday or they will be removed unit, and the distressing need classifying the registration card. '

FJ'EAS all County Office- said Bradford County Demo- from the listing at the Chamberof of a hospital which U greater The Women's Democratic Organ In preparation for the actual se- I 4

of Bradford County and cratic Executive Committee, that C. Hale Atlanta evangelist, Commerce office, Mrs. Evelyn than. ever with the influx of men ization of Bradford County far lective draft. ,
the of the above will conduct services at the Stephens announced yesterday.This and families from the outside. I
city officials of the all and singular exceeded its required quota when Mrs. Rhoda Dampier has been r
* Starke were and are named officials be and they are Church of Christ (American Leg- action IK. necessary be Permission Is being sought to $100 was raised from the sale of employed by the local board, and '
al democrats and b y hereby requested and urged to Ion Home) Sunday afternoon at cause of failure of property owners hold religious services at Camp It was announced that offices will
thereof their the political activitiesof 4 o'clock. The public Is Invitedto to report to the Chamber of Blanding In the name of the Prote8tant I Roosevelt buttons Saturday, Mrs be In the Monday 1
owe allegi- Investigate opened Armory ,t
I't'l' the Democratic and one who is now In the attend, and a special InvitationIs Commerce when vacancies have churches of Starke, which R. A. Green, sponsor, announced r 1
Party any :
fpD Ions and daughters, and employment of the said County or extended to the men at Camp been occupied, Mrs. Stephens will be conducted In turn by all yesterday. Largest contributor t,
was L. B. McLeod of the McLeod j
REAS. the County Demo- City and If upon Investigation It Blanding stated "In some Instances we of the ministers of town. Democratictally .'
Executive: Committee of la determined that any person have sent prospects to three or Construction Co, who gave $23.

br4 County; Florida I* ap- now In the employ of said Countyor Adds An AmbulanceDeWItt four places that have been listed Temporarily Closed Mrs. Green was assisted In the A Democratic Rally has been '

halve of the ultimate effect City has engaged or U en- with u. at one time but are now tag day arrangements by Mrs. R. called to be held at the Theressa

Boning or encouraging the gaged In any subversive or disloyal C. Jones undertaker, occupied." M..... Stephen said Road 13 between Maxvllle In F. Demorest, National Democratic postoffice next Tuesday night at

J1 activities of the aforesaid activities as outlined above Tuesday, : added a Buick ambul- The greatest demand now Is Duval county and Lawtey In Committeewoman for Bradford 7 o'clock. It was announced that

recipients Democratic and hereinbefore condemned and ance to his ambulance service, for apartment. and houses, the Bradford county will be closed County, and by Miss Arllne Mann. Congressman R. A Green will ;*

and Is earnestly striving and repudiated that such employee be making a total of two on hand Chamber of Commerce reports to traffic until about October 22. Local girls sold the tags. Miss\ make the main address. :,

r ring to keep and maintain relieved of his duties under our and subject to emergency calls Requests for rooms have slowed Motorists will detour via Mac- Ida Hagan and Miss Belle Geiger .,.;

ir* Principles of democracy Democratic Administration and day or night, according to James down and many Camp Blanding Clenny and Raiford to Starke. adulated at Theressa. Recent Births 4

lri the elnocratlc party and be summarily dismissed or dis Hollingsworth manager. The I employes are trying to make arrangements The road la closed to allow top Proceeds from the sale will go

!CRP\S. the said Bradford charged. day phone for ambulance serviceIs to bring their wives refining l to be applied to the Into the Democratic National Mr. and Mrs Tullle Norman. .

ty Democratic Executive (Continued on page eight) 1, night service 91, \ and families to Starke. portion that Is being rebuilt. Campaign, fund. Starke. boy, October 7. .


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r! I ;' --. of the State nf Florida ..tr1f1r.tlnn nf two divisions' and the --VIOta:
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('Ol''r.J1.nOM.'.., roirilT published In Bradford County, Flor [court houne door on the first Monday .aid Twp. and IXanRe, thence. run for elector ratification* or rejection at the Chief IuIIUce. I T..x".
,1 g imtUKOItn C'OI"'I.OUI'" t ida.. In the month of November, westerly along section linen to' election of Representatlvei (C) The Chief Justice shall be lIE I'
: ... to all DONK and OIIDKRKD at Stark, 1840 which la the 4th day of November. I half .section line on North lineof next general to be held. In 1J40, a* lol- the chief administrative officer rVf (1.FI1I: !<1 A'r"I"i.i" : : I. hereby given and
;4 Nntlrn i 140. Mec 7 of said Twp. the Court and OF'.o/ ,
.. I l>e- Florida this the 2nd day of October ; i iHanire. responsible for the 'HI'' r Tlit i
.;*!. whom It may concern guardian Hint of A. I>.. 1940. Dated this 2nd, day of October, thence run southerly 1.ows SectIon: t IB The Legislature" shall dispatch of business and procuring Arl. > ,, IX ;[ .hc" Rt.
I Ih.
1.ney I>lrkemon urn A. J. Thoma along half section. line throughSec. distribute consistent decision 1'",' .
OFFICIAL .SKAL 1940 and '
( allocate h. ..
: B.II.O..I".r to shall c lfl51
Karl: Lamar tleiifer' IClNf i J. ThomaS. and Id to South line of have I the power be th, .. ., ,
i Clerk. (OFFICIAL SKAL! ) A. 7 I the several. counties ofhe not required' to examine the \ lidt
.. :, ..J4jb 'f and I*. F. lelicfr.NovemberA mlnom' Hv .1. Kellv. eputy Clerk. ''Cleik of circuit Court of Bradford Sec 18 of ald Twp. and Itanne to In equal amounts and at cord of a cause but may accept thaconclusions re ft, .,ai, '' II' "Pllta"k,
il; cs :zl will on th" Tth day of the CoUnty A. I.t.O! ..' KI.OIUUA ) County. Florida. 10-4 fit 11.101'If thence. run westerly along Beet I' State time, as the. Legislature stiaH. of fact found by a di I. I h. !1" d..4I I lim(
to suc-h is
,' 4k It. IIMO. apply" half section line In .IM" U.
: ) tlon line to : portion of or allexcise vision and state, In the opinion "t '" d
.. t,_( l ,: Judge In Rnd for BrRdfurd County COI'NTY 01<' miADFOHIMI South line of Sec. 14 Twp. 7 S:! H. | determine any levied and ,01., accompanying statement or ted I 'I,.. ltd Ihali It
authority to sell at % : or KLKCTIOVTo taxes. now and act I." : I..
: i Florida for I I hereby certify that the. nhovCand 21 E. thence run southerly along col. the law Flo., "''n .. r uf I
'v .
r. pale the entire Interest and J the Sheriff nf Bradford i or lieteafter levied or upon so stated and dl*. I' ''It. ,, lho
1 private boundary 11011 I
I.. .. f. '.i Jk ixtat. ..f HMkl mlnom In and to I. original fore going Older IN a of true Publication copy ofthe County of the. State of Florida: line half between section lines Bradford to and Ala- 11..t..d I' by the State of Florida cussed and Its application to such I tin' :.' "i ti"" I",, I,. Id "I th'....)
cleiwrlbed land In Be It Known That I .}t. A. the operation of pari-mutuel fact but In event of an equal di I 'II" 'r n".
A- .. .: lh, following made In the Maid cau... on file. In chua Counties Florida the same vision between those cern a h. "" >1 51)11(1
to-wlt 40(
County Florida : nilAY Secretary of State of the member ,
Ilradfoid ,
'ta, thin the 2nd of the Santa Fe Hlver. thencerun rejeeti.,,, 0'I
office day .
wide my being properly considering a I rltlllQ' ,
3 A strip ..t In fid fifty feet 1) Htate of Florida, do hereby give Southeasterly along I banta I cause he
A. 1940.
Ol'loh..r. shall examine the foI.t
record .
of South and <
the HW corner notice that aGENICILtI. par. .
.. ,& : through HoutheHMt OFFICIAL' $HAI..) A. J. Thomas fI.F.CTIOllWill : Fe River. to the northerly whore II A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing tlclpate therein a* other justice 5''"ndd. ,t
.. : wed t Quarter QuarterI Clerk. of Santa Fe Lake thence runSoutheaHterly I Amendment to Section 2and tO'\I'11 -hllil "' alrtl'
In the t
i all event the Chief
2 Justice
7 H. It be held in Bradford County.. be
of Sec''h36, .T.t'p| 1t1.; I fly. .1. H. Kelly Deputy Clerk. along the 4 of Article V of .. I
; ;tI bitliAtierl norlhi to Section unable to act for ,
:., j .. ;',i. .. II(- n 10-4 4t 10-28 State of Florida on Tuesday next erly. and easterly .. Constitution. of Florida R..I.t.Inll' Justice longest in any cause the ,
I the continuous Thor.
on In .
the now first
petition succeeding the Monday .r. PlIIl1t
A upon South t''n,
p file.. In bald Court. November.. A. I). 1940 the said Santa Fe. Lake to the County. l to the Judiciary DeparmentB15 THISTul5LATC1tH vice and able to act shall act: Instead I the vgh.5. :ax8Uron'hal,
rt.I. B Y
I Bradford I .r
: : t'i :V elnmv. IHrheiHon' u Cluardlan. \0'1'11'1'1 OF 44I.M of noriT 'l.u.r: brine CIt. .:___ _. _. __. Florida Boundary thence of run easterly. IT RESOLVED OF THE STATE with like effect. I to \'ol'y widow Ptv. Hun:....
I 10.4 4t 102NOTICH I ,,k.. Notice that the Hoard of FIFTH lIV OK NOIKMBKR of Talong MOn Wha. '. and to.
Boundary following
South the
; Instruction of HradfordCiiunty Senator. from the said OK FLORIDA: That the I bona tldotI
Public For L'nlted State A JOINT RESOLUTION 1St a',
to the I .
I Florida 3 and Sec- Propo .
.IIII! ,
Bradford County of Section
Florida will at the office State of Florida for a, term of and amendments V Ing to Amend Section 6 Article beep I hiti 10ltr.
between Clay of Article 8 ahh'd
I OK MAflKII'H Hll.B of the County: Superintendent of nix year from Jan. S, 1841. Bradford boundary line Counties, Florida, I t ion 4, respectively,of the State of of the Constitution of the State I fortuma: ,. In liar'':
4 : the
4 Notice In hereby frl\en that Public InKtructlon for said county I'Itark..1' For Hewn ((7) Prenldentlal Elector -' thence run northerly along last of Florida be, and he same. I* herebyagreed of Florida Relating to County Com I Th.. YOI.
In the county courthouse 'In *. ,
nnd In accordance with that boundary line to point be submitted missioner. With "aM'' ''n
under aforesaid shall .Id
and I
1. ? .. C; 'rj.j certain final decree. rendered. by Florida receive bids I flhto 12 o'i iNov..nb..r For on. Representative of the of beginning. to the to.elector of the State of I BH IT RESOLVED) BY THE: all" Ih I.topo..d,, 1---
.l : 1 & i clock noon on the day Second ConcieHlnnal Districtof I LEOISLATITRB OF THE aMex,1
Judge ,
Hebrlnc an eleclon 'relurll. 1I.lar
n .: the lion. II trustees of paid Florida at the next general thereat 'Ii
A. l> 11140 for the purchuBH the Htate of Florida In theI4eventy.Seventh 2. Who shall be OF FLORlDAr That to thaI
nf the. Circuit Court of the first Tuesdayafter Section 6. of the < "b,
be held on
districts. i to arn.
.tq'. Inth.t of 13,75000 of bond of Congress of ; proposed consolidated Article 8 of the Constitution
In Chancery
't County Klorlda. Hneclnl Tax Hchool IllHtrlct l Number the United Htateit. I of mills of district the first Monday In November. 'State of of the I! It rlcton. a. a" .
In said 3. The number Florida
: relating proTld
'; .41 ...iirl curtain wherein, cauM 1). pending''I K. Knight !I.I"'alntl" I. 12 of: Hald county, being 11 of said For Governor of the Stat. of tax to be levied and collected annually I 1940. for ratification or rejection. County Commissioner. be. and the to .t Fitril geulersi I 1 .I-Clona i In

rk .4 and .1. II Hpatildlng. ..1('.. hondH each In Ihe principal Rum of Florida. i for the two succeeding same In hereby amended. and IN
1;& et. af are, defendant. ranti No. 126000 bearing Interest at 6 percent For Secretary of State of the State year iwlthln the proposed consolidated Section 2. (a) The Supreme Court amended I Is agreed. to and shall as be &TisTlMnnuv \T
iiI. tinderHlKued Mp.'lal inanter per annum payable Heml-an- of Florida. I district for the exclusive shall consist of seven (7) Justice submitted to the elector h.rulto"l ;
:I ; ; f .Ml, the nuiilly on April let and (ictoijerlet For Attorney Ueneral of the State of office of each I of the and .
by nalif" ifHc-rno anpolntecl will .Hellri use of public free schools.And and tile term ( State of Florida at the general the .ttl.d Iho 0"
} : of each year with the principal of Florida. I shall shall be six ; no term | "
bidder for cash atl) that said election JuHtlca years election of Representative. Ntal rot
,. the highest I 1 of one" of .multi '1/otidH maturing andhecomttiK For Comptroller of the State of shall be ffeeted'y '( to be ""llh"ooe, tie'
i a1 i lie nouth front door of the county I be held during legal I hours for of any Incumbent I held In 1940 for approval or re. tit ''b.
...uri house In Htarke. Bradford'County payable on October let Florida. election on October 28th 1940. In b this amendment I Ib jeetlon Said Section: 6 of Article io"t d.ty Dr r.,
of each of the. 1R43 to 1851 For Treasurer of the State of P '
4 Florida during the legal year each of said district severally ( ) Each Justice of the Supreme,1Court 8, all amended shall. read a* fol SIM.:
., 'I ttourH, of nail. ori Monday November '''I..l both inclusive principal and In- Florida. and at the following designatedplace shall be elected by the qualified low: I 8.9 IlL :11: ,1 .
payable' at Florida Hank at For "Superintendent' of Public In. ORr
d"Mcrlltr.n"nl. and for the
.. fnllowlng I' In each district State at .cr
1'HO the of I the
I electors
4. ,
"I>el't 1011 &. That
ft X1 Klxrke StHrke llorIda.liI.ier ruction l of the State of Flor there shall !he
... situate. I n llraciforclI'Hinty which election I the following officials of Voting for members
Ll 4 -H ; I''H'I time and places 'In each of the
: :' h IH required to ida. County Comrnlll'IIloner'
Florida to-wlf: d.-I are appointed nt the general
g l of the legislature .
Commissioner districts
|1"'MIl wit b hlol' hlol8..hl..r'R For of Agriculture as shall Bewarefrom
In the
School number
::4f: zc 'Jorlh half of Houtlieaiit Qunrterif certified l'h..cl10 the amount of of the State of Florida Special Tax election next l preceding law from time to time In each COU
.. .i ., $....t inn S5, Twp. 7 1'1. II. 22 1'X"t -!. I on' .oil( to .I... foi.felted If ho BhouldIKI I For Two JtiHtlce of the Supreme' I I. aforeHiilil. at the. with s. hoot I'huuxeIn W.Moore expiration of each term of such of- county a Commissioner who KlinII
.'f .' f* r't"co of land about I 10 comply wI! h bin hid. The Court of the Slat of Florida. TheieHHH. Klorldn, MH 1 I flee.c be elected. by the qualified. elect
fl 1.559. fet where the lluptlxt For One Railroad Clerk and Clyde Hall/ ( ) In the event of the ratification of said. common
!: '. 4 Ilifurd lei-eiveH' I the right to reject Commissioner of Inspectors ors county) at the time and coll
; and Scott Swindle It shall
; 1't ''..uutiH ), containing 8U acres, any oi all I blclH.K the State of Klorlda., Kersey : of this amendment place of voting for other county

.;t .. ;. ii''r* nr IPHM.K :. J LewlM Chairman of *u IdHounl For State Senator for }o'lfte.nth4pnatorl..1 In : Iilntrlct thereupon be the duty of the then, officers, and shall\ hold his office That
; 1C. ""I'ry"nnAll of Public InMtruc'tlon.Atleet. I / District of the State Special Tax School number I Governor to appoint one additional I for four year, provided, however
U. Hlieclnl Mauler.Ill11 : of Florida. 2, at the. Old Mnxonlc Hall In .unties of the 1-1.II>ren11! Court and that the County Ha
J. f Commissionerselected
t.; 4 41 II-I W i n. Mlildleton County, Huperln- For One Member of the House of Hampton. Floi,'Ida. wit h H Y. Saxon he shall hold office. from the date In the general election In Creomulslon

i __ tendent nf Public Inntrutlon. I and Representative of the State:! of clerk and Lacy. .Wynn Luther of his appointment until: /1 Tuesdayafter I 1940 from the even numbered dis cause U
1r WatterHon. and 1.UI'I"n .Johns Inspectors I the flist Monday in January. gos
: ex-nfflclo" Kecietary' nf saul HoardOKKICIAI. Florida. tricts shall serve for two year., I trouble help I
i IT Mr I'U'\'I'I&: \ I For (Counfr Judge ; 1943, and his. successor shall. belected lOD
inMOM i ( "HI' 1 AL) 10-11 I 2t 10-18( and those from the odd numbered. I germ laden
t For Sheriff. Iin Special Tax School District number e at the Keiierttl election In p nlI
;.- Notice IH hereby Riven that on 4 at the home of Cilv of district shall serve for four years, I to soothe and a
a For Clerk of the 1942 to hold office for a term
,., Jim. got h day of Ottnber 1940. II! l\ '1'111'1! C'III1'II'I' ('01 HT nV 'IIK For County Assessor Circuit of Tuxei Court. man., and with (!uy AleI..r-1 six years. beginning, Tuesday after and four thereafter the terms shall.. be I famed heallw.

s win itii,|>lv hco"t V K. I'erryman; I iiclllll: .It Illl'Il.. 4IIKIII'IIP For Tax' Collector.. I Clerk and :Mrs' Guy A".rm..n.lIrN. the first Monday. In January' 1943. and year The powers duties I your mutttsI
r ..w VmiilV limit fool County, IIIMTtTi. : : OK Kl.Ollllli. For County Cleorga W Hill and CleorgeW. (Id) The successors of the Justice compensation of such County a bottle Tel t
Superintendent of Pub. Commissioner: I
4: illorlclit. for Final 'lHcharga\ apAdrnlnlHtiator l\ 'a > II ...0.. Illl I 1)1.0111)SOI'II Ho Instruction.. Hill Inspectors; of the Supreme: Court .shall be shall be prescribed. Cremuon 1
of the KHtat of ..t..l IV ('ll I \ In District by law. I Ilk
.s_ Kill: For Five Special Tax School number elected at the general election next mus
.l .. W. AndreWH !Hr. That mr Float I K. H. t'nmairled., For Three County Members Commlnnlonern. 7 ,at the home" of W A. Jones preceding, the expiration of theirreBpectlve I quickly! allays to8I ,
'l'lno"l of the
: Y "I.n..t haH been duly filed with ntlrr. Hoard, of Public Instruction.County and with W. A Jones. us clerk and terms of office. but In A JOINT RESOLUTION ProposIng I to have your money fit
l County J,urine. | -VRllellnn Mi'M. S. H. Onclil Uobert Dodd and to Amend Section 9 of Article I
t In office of
For Justice of the Peace. In and fortha event of a vacancy any
IX of
Jr. AdinlnlMtrutor.TIIH I the Constitution of
W. AncliewM
J. _,__ I I KaxynHkl and husband. follnurlnir. ,,...tI,,*>tt DlMti'l'.fM._ Freddie Dodd a.* Inspectors.. Juittlce and there be an unexplred of Florida the State
--- ---- --- -- u Relating to the
.I--- __ KazyiiHkl. whose chi I- via, : The Board of Public Instruct erm tile successor shall be elected tIm of Certain Exemp- I CREOMULI,
_ I : hail name ,IK to plaintiff unknown, No. I. tion of Bradford. County Florida for the balance of the unexplredterm. Property fro m
4'IIICI IT C'OI'ltT nV' TIIH Defendant .
_________ In Testimony Whereof I have I
EIGhTh: JIIHI-llt. f'IHI'I IT Of POUrcCMifcUHtK( / ? OF MOHTflAnBOltUKII !( K J Leuln An Its Chairman.
______________ _ Till'! ,NrtTH Of" rt.OIIIOt. I* OK l'l IILICATIOXHTATW hereunto net my hand and affixed (OFFICIAL SEAL! ; Section 4. (a) The Supreme Court BOREE
the Great.
AMI POIt Hlltltrnlllt C'OL'NTVI'll OF FLOHIDA of the Attent. may hear consider. and determine HOW
viittrrnr. TO 1IKLLI2N": KAZYNSKI. AND State of Florida at Tallahassee, W.: B. Mlrtilleton Ex Officio c cane and exercise, all Its power Ambulance
the ( Service
Capital thin
the 15th Day or Night
day and jurisdiction single bodyIn
Harry MrCarthr HirSHA.ND( KAXYNHKI. Secretary. of said Board. a* a Phone
of 11
August A. D. 1940.
Plaintiff WIIOSK CIIIUSTIAN' NAMIS IM TO 9.27 6t 10.26NOTU'E i which case a majority ot themember We have added
___________________ .v.. 1'LAINTIFF UNKNOWN! GRAY of the Court haIl constitute AIBCLS'E to our
t .... M McCarthy. Secretary of State. a quorum for the dispatchof with
n Hle it
appearing. from the hill of special springs for
_ To liON. A. O. ,U. Sheriff easy rlillnr.
_ I Defendant complaint' and business; or It may exercise It
HILL KUH mvourKOIIIIKII affidavit attachedthereto Bradford County. 9-6 Ot 11-1 nf EI.IC'TIO'llWHo power* and jurisdiction in divisions "A INSTITUTION"
filed In the above entitled ;nEA The Legislature of I03IE.LK O. H. nt'Rlell, .
? OK l>l III.ICA'IIO'V: eaunH that llellen KaxyiiHkl, and 19S9 under the. Constitution of 1885.
8TAT1OK' i KI.OIUDA hiiMband _M __ KazyviHlcl whose NO'I'le" ov Appi.irvTiO'v of the State of Florida did pass. (b) The. Circuit Judge. shall at

_ TO IIHH.SIIJ/ M. McCAIlTHYl: christian name IH to Plaintiff un. roil T.' X: IMCKII six Joint Resolutions. proposing I all times be subject to call to tbe
It appearing from I the. bill of known, the defendant.* herein (.rnnte. 11111 s',. IB.1) amendment* to the Constitution of II I She ulreme. Court by that Court or

L _ ooiiipl.tliil and affidavit. attached '.named ale renldentH of a State I NOT ICW IS HHKEBY OlVEN t Slate of Florida and the same ], the Chief Justice thereof and during '
thereto filed In the above. entitled other than the a, t a t e That J. II. Field'" holder of Tax were. agreed to by a vote of three-. I I the call shall be members
_ i-auxe I thai HeMnle M. McCarthy. ; of "Florida to-wlt: The State of Certificate. No. 498, limited the 6th, fifth of all the member elected. thereof as associate justice.. to act STARKE PLUMBING C
efendnnt herein named., IN a .Ih"l' Illinois: that their. SPecific place day of September A. I). 1932. ha* to each house; that the vote on i In place of any absent disqualified
dent of .n Htate other than the of reHldonce, as particularly as In filed Name In my office and hall said Joint Resolutions were entered I or disabled Justice or for assignment
Mate of Florida. to-wlt! The State known to Plaintiff I I..* 182H( North made application for a tax deed to ,I upon their respective. Journal., I to a division but no division
of Maryland. : that her upeclflo Klmball I Avenue, Chicago; IlllnolH; be issued thereon. Said certificate I with the yeas and nay thereon I I shall Include more than cine circuitjudge. '' Plumbing and Heating

_ _ place nf reNlclence. an particularly that Maid Defendants. are over the embrace the following described I and they did. determine and direct I A division shall. consist of
** IH known to Plaintiff. l Is Oak age of twenty-one yearn and that property In the County of Brad I that the said Joint Resolution. bet .. members of said. court exchiHlve -
t 'ret, Laurel. Maryland ; that said there IH no pernon. In the State of I ford State of Florida to-wlt: I submitted, to the electors of the of the Chief Justice. and -SALES AND INSTALLATION-
Ix.fendant& In over the .a,.c. of Florida, service of a Hubpoena upon I Lot 2 of hilt 2, J. M. John Sub I State. at the Ueneral Election In I I the. judgment/ of a division. concurred .
twenty-one. yearn. and, that there Inno whom would bind the said De Div of NK 4 of NKV Section 3t November, 1940. in by the Chief Justice shall

_ (lemon In the. $tate ot Florida.ervlce fendant [ Twp. 6 S. K. 22 K, containing 1 NOW. THIJIIKFORR I. R. A. I I be the judgment of the Court unless < REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY

_ of a subpoena upon whom ,i IT IH, THRnKFORK. OUDKilED Acre, more or Ie"... I GRAY, Secretary of State of the I l such case Involve (1) capital
_ would bind. the said Defendant.IT I I that. the .aald. Defendant, llellen. I The assessment of the said prop. State of Florida do hereby give' punishment or ((2) the determination
I 1t4. TIIKItKFOHM.. OIlDKItED KaxynHkl I. and husband __ ___, ; erty under the said certificate. I..- notice that aiKMOHtl I of a State or Federal constitutional .
; 1 that the said Itefetidunt, heads M. KasyiiMkl whose christian name-- I la ''Bued was In the name of Mrs. Fannie ( KI.KCTIOV I question wherein .shall A. J. Pellicer
I r McCarthy be and she I I.. hereby to Plaintiff unknown be and they i Stewart. will be held In each. county In I be brought Into\ controversy the Proprietor

.. rrniulroil to appear to the bill of are hereby required. to appear to Unless paid certificate hall be Florida on Tuesday next succeed. I oormtltutlonallty of a Federal. or ,
romnlalnt filed. In the Maid caune the bill of complaint filed In the redeemed according to law the l ing the first Monday In November State statute, rule regulation. or
wherein the Plaintiff seeks. to obtain aid cause., wherein the Plaintiff property. described therein will beHold A., D. 1940 the said Tuesday. being I municipal ordinance, or (3) there I PHONE 147
a divorce, on or before Monday ', seeks to foreclose. a mortgage, to the highest bidder, at the the be a dissent. to the proposed. judg
: the 4th day of November A. I IJ or before on 'I court house. door on the first Mon. mont of a division by a
_ >_ 194<1, otherwlBB. the alleirationalnl ''November, Monday A. I)., '' the 1040 4th otherwise day. of day In the month of Nov..mb..r1I for FIFTH the ratification DIY OK or NOVKMBKIl rejection of thereof. or the Chief Justice : Located In -Building: Behind Conway's Service J|
the Maid. bill will 1940 which IH the ordered
be taken a* the allegations" of the Raid bill will I 4th, day of the said by the Chief ..membe"l
... l the mild Defendant. be taken November 1940Dated Resolutions propos- be considered by two .
i .
e..UlirTI: a* confessed the
I I by said j Ing amendment
to the
IT IH n OltDRHUU that '' Defendant i bin 24th, Hay of Sep. : whereupon It shall require
lk>.L. Order" be publlahed. once. KI,1 temher 1940.OFFICIAL. i' of the State of Florida, via: ""_ .
week for four connecutl\re\ weeksin IT IS FURTHER ORPKUBn' ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. J! A JOINT RKSOLUTION/ Proposi -
the Bradford County Teleicraph !that thin Order be published once. Clerk of Circuit Court of Hradfordi the Amendment of Section 2'of

S newBpiiper of ,neliernl, el 1 roll In t loll f[ a week for four consecutive week. County Florida. 9-27 6t 10.25 i inTOTICK Article IX of the. (Constitution
In the Hradford County Telegraph' I'Abolishing Ad Valorem Taxation I
R newspaper of iteneial: : circulation: : for State PurposesBK I
.. 'published In OK KI.ECCTIOV: | IT RKSOLVF.n BY THE
_ w&aa Bradford County LEG
........ Florida. An election I* hereby called In. ISLATURE OF THE STATE OF

the following described Special Tax i'FLORIDA I : That the.
ION13 and following
: RUMFORD RIDDLES Florida this OIU the.>EIIICI lot day> at of Htarke Do- School Districts of Hriulfoid" County I'amendment. to Section 2 of Article I

___ -.- tober A. I U., 1040 Florida, to-wlt: ,I IX of the Constitution of the State
(OFFICIAL HKAL) A. J. Thoma In Special. Tax School District I of Florida relating to taxation
Why doet Lotti. Loring Clvik.By number I. described. and bounded. I and abolishing ad valorem taxes.
J. It. Kelly Deputy Clerk. a* follow: for State purposes. be. and the
lock the same Is hereby agreed. and
cupboard to.
10-4 1028OK BeginnIng nt
4t : Northeast cornerof shall be submitted to the
See. 21 Twp. 7 S 22 I
K 10. of the State at the General Election
O'I'II ., rl'I.I1'10'11 and run Went to Northwest cor of, Representatives, In 1940, for ap-
tier of Sec. 22 of said and
I'OH T\\ > Twp
I KK.IIennte proval or rejection; that IH to say,
< .. Hill %... ICO Hang. thence run South toSUlllh..a.t that the said Section 2 nf Article
NOTICI3 ISH 1'JtJonv: IIIVKX: corner of Sec. 33 of IX be amended so Htf to read a*
That' ileo. I H Turner holder of tax said Twp. and Hange thence. follows. :

Certificate No. SOOt( Issued the 7lh run West to Southwest corner Suction 2. The Legislature." shall,
day of July A. I D. It.10. hall filed. of Sec.. 31 of soul" Twp. and provide for raising revenue sufficient
salon In my office and hart made. Itange. thence run South to to defray the expenses of the
uppllcat( for a. tax deed to be boundary line. between Alachuu State Including State appropria
j IxMiied thereon. Huld certificate and. Hiaclford. Ccmntle*, 1 embraces the following deHcrlbcdpropel thence run (Southeasterly along form system of free public school
,' In the saul. boundary line. to South line
ty County of Hrad- provided In accordance with Article
ford State of Florida to-wit: of Sac. S Twp.. 8 It. H. 22: E., XII of the (Constitution and of the

Lots B,, 8 of Hlk. C. N. J. Jones. thence run easterly along ect tate Institutions of higher learn
Addition, to Hlarke. In HK: of lion line to Southeast I'orn..rot I ing for each fiscal year and also.
r NVViV of Walnut St., Heu. 2S Sec.. I Twp. 8 S U. 23 K.. a sufficient" tim to pay the prim 1 1'I

_ CCAU5I lt-enloliil' Indltpinmbll. '. HUM'OKO T"'P. II H. It. 22 W thence run North to point of I ipal and Interest of the existing In-

king Pewd.r-ffiu all phe.phat. ., d.oble.ogt.' The aHHesHiiient' of the said prop In Special beginning.Tax School debtedness. of the. State: but after

fct bahfng |Mwd r rhar eontamt M olwm n...r erty under the Maid certificate Issued I her 2. described and District num- December Slmt. A. I). 1S40 no levy
|...*> 101".. tail, .. S.nd far nee; b ak. was In the name of A. K. follow: bounded a* of ad valorem taxes upon real or .
Add..... Rumfar4 Carantnaa.I'nleHN personal property except rntanglble .
ahino Powder
10. I .
fo.d Chad l. lilond' Rum said certificate. shall beredeemed BeginnIng. at Northeast corner property shall be made for any ,
according to law, the of 8... II Twp 7 S. H. 2S H. and State pin'pose whatsoever; and Scion ..-
,' ........www....... ...-.............. ...... propel ty described I : therein, I will: beHolil run westerly. along section lines t 6 of Article XII I be. and the .

to the hIghest bidder ..I. the to half section line on north same la hereby repealed.A .
_ line of Sec. 7 Twp 7 S. K 21:
K.. thence run Southerly along JOINT ltESOLUTlCrropnslng
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy half section linen through Sec. I an Amendment. to Article XVI of
7 and 18 to Smith, line of Sec. ,the Constitution of Florida Adding

Many Years Experience !Make It Possible for Me to Render IS TV.p. 7 8. It. 22 E.. thence. Thereto an Additional Section Permitting .
run westerly along section line : the Creation of a Commission -
EFFICIENT: PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE to half section I line I In South I Empowered to Grant Parole

boundary of Sec.. 14 Twp. 7 S. 'or Conditional Releases or Proba
MODERATE PRICES It. 21 K, thence run South along, I lion of Prisoners or Persons. With

DeWITT C. JONES half section linen to boundary I I Cilmlnal[ Offenses. Under Supervl- A '
line between.. Ilradfurd and Ala. I I slon.II" .
Starke. Florida chua Counties Florida thence p : IT RESOLVED BY THE' $

run Southeasterly. along a Id I /LKI11SLATI-RW' OF THE: STATE t t' ,
county boundary line to west. I OF FLORIDA:
line nf Sec. 6 Twp 8 S It. 21 Section 1. That the following 5Il

K:., thence run North to Southwest :amendment to Article XVI of the.
corner of Seo. 31 Twp. 7 I Constitution of the State nf Florida
S It. 23 ..t. thence' run easterly I I relating. to Miscellaneous Provision
along ......tloa line to Southeast I !by! adding thereto an additional
y corner of Sac 3i Twp 7 S. R. I Section to be known as Section 32
21 I'}.. thence. run northerly! of suld Article XVI specifically ap. '
1NRBFTI along section line/ to the point ,'ptlcahle to the creation of 0 Com,
I I of beglnnlno i I I mission authorized to grant parole ,

i I In Special Tax School District. numo I :o r conditional releases or probation )
I her 4. described and bounded. all f prisoner under .supervision I I. i
II j follows I : I II..hereby[,j agreed to and shall be subnitted t
I tn the. electors of the State
HeirlnnlnBat Northeast corner I I.)r Florida. for ratification or r.-
I of Sec 25 Twp. X S. It. 22 K. and 1 J j eel ion at the next tlenernl I Election I I ,

_ ___j_ ej Do Your Tradingwhere run Went on unction linen. to the ,to: be held In 1040 a* follows; ',
r easterly shore of Santa Fe Lake. "Section! 32. The Legislature may

(ft pieces Rogers Silverware are I Hald thence shore run nf Houthearerly Junta Ke Lake along to create powered a to Parole grant Commission parole or con.em I

given with 510 in trade the: .eouth boundary: of Hradford ditional release. or probation under
away every County, Florida I thence run official supervision to prisoner.
or certificates. I' caste, ly along mild Mouth. boundary person* charged with criminal of or
of Bradfoid
County. Florida fenses
Are U..It"f"me.1" and may provide for the
to I the boundary line between qualification% and method of selectIng

in ca-i u SMITH'S GARAGE Clay and Urad ford (011 nile... l the Commission member and- Every day people the world
Florida thence run for' their
lou ('noose Northerly term of office the length t
alonir taut afureiiald of
boundary which shall bt wholly within
STAHKE. FLORIDA tine to the point of uealnnlnfr. he discretion of the Legislature."
In Special! Tax School District num over stop a moment.
I ber 7, described and bounded. a* A JOINT: RESOLUTION Propos enjoy an

t I follow: ing l an Amendment to Article IX of ,

Beirlnnlnir at Northeant corner the Constitution of the State of ice-cold
: of Sec. It Twp. It "tt' It. 22 E.. F lorid'. Relating to Taxation and Coca-Cola..and
HOTEL LEAMINGTON thence run \Vext Clung Hectlon Finance, by Adding Thereto an Ad go
linen to Santa Fe Iliver thence ditional Section Authorizing the
run Southeasterly along Santa Legislature of the State of Florida their
River to the north.riy .h > t o Allocate and Distribute to the way again with a happy
N. E. 1st Street at Boulevard : (
Biscayne Santa Fe Lake. thenc. run Several Counties of the State. Cer'taln -
Southeasterly alolle the shore Excise Taxes Now Levied and
Overlooking I Jay front Park and Biscayne Hay of )la..ta 8'. l.ak. to the Int.r. Collected and to Re Hereafter after-sense of I ,
Levied complete refreshment
section thereof with the South and Collected by the State -
Opposite Union Bus Station line of See.. :22: Twp. II S. K 22 of. Florida.
_l IS, thence run easterly along BE IT RESOLVED. BY THE LEO.
section line to the Southeast ISLATl'RB OF THE STATE OF The pause that

: MIAMI FLORIDA! corner of Se I':.. thence. run North along Hec amendment to Article IX of the i
tlon line to Constitution of the State of Flor.
One Block From Shopping District And Amusements t o determine the point following of beirlnnlnc.matter: I ida, relating. to taxation and fin. a real idea-really 5
1 ance' by adding thereto refreshing.THE
1 Whether .ald dlmrlct hall be. an addi .
come a single district which single. tional' section to b. known aa Sec-
: q$ SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEMBER dlntrlct I la described and bounded Ion IS of said Article IX. author
K m follow: i sing the Legislature of the State

: single Room with Until-91.30; Double Room with Ruth-$%.00l Itevlnnlnir at Northeast corner tribute fl,t Florida to allocate and d,..
to several
I of Sec. 24 Twp. T *. H22 I:.. the Slate, certain excise counties taxes of PAUSE REFR *

MIAMI'S :MOST POPULAR HOTEL thence run Went to' Northwentcorner I l levied and collected. and to b* here now THAT
of Sec 32
of said Twp. I levied and collected. BOTI-LED VNDCK.
II by the
and It.n<
: t tJ .North....t corner of bee. t of I o and shall be submitted to the STARKE BOTTLING COMPANY"t' .





adford High School Journal Capitol SUNNY fly Minn BROOK Arftuin Crosby FARM

ConsensusKKArrOKTION.MKN'T Fred Halslop was transacting +

business In Gainesville Monday.Mr. .

I and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and r,
clX KIIIIY.<.' : 18. 1940. NUMIIRK TEN' : : baby, Eloise and Mrs Inez Kenywel'e

dinner of Mr. and

Chl 'ItN.I Jack.,Halle... B. H. S. Ekes Out 7 -6 Win ;,| B. H. S. Band Elects I Shower Given I will that\ Congressional nature not be due the in only reapportionment Florida change in 1941.of Mrs Sunday Carl Dobbs guests of Providence ..41HAMPTON

,life Betty Green ;i New Officers For Home EC. Dept. The state senate Is subject to an C. C. Crosby and Floyd Crosby
Opal Peele Over overdue The were transacting business In
Wildwood realignment. constitution -
its Buddy Davis ; Slow Game ;I Wednesday of last week tIts Last Wednesday October 9, the requires the governor to Jacksonville! Saturday. '

rt9 Sadie Prince i io regular! practice the II. H S. Woman's Club gave a very beneficial call the legislature back into Mr and Mrs T. P. Eons. and u

IS peep Grace Green Thrills over the fact thaI H H o gather two sparkling 30-yard Brass Hand elected its officers. shower for the Home Kconomlcs special\ cession! at any time It children of Waldo were visiting
Mack Futch S. Tornadoes have swung into the I rung for a touchdown. :Marion I Since there Is always a question Department of H. H. S. fails to reapportion both branches Mrs Pon's parents Mr.< and Mrs
Score Melba Moody 194.0 football season' with three Crews made good the extra point. about money, music, transportation Among the different. articles received -" the next session! utter completion J. N. Kelly: Saturday y

s Lillian Barnes_ straight wins was mixed with disappointment -I The Tornadoes were complete etc., confronting the are pots and puns of all of a state census. This hasn't Miss Lucille Alvarez of Starke

Iris Crews last Friday night as i masters of the game during the band members, these officers were descriptions, knives, dishes. and been done since 1935 figureswere was the dinner guest Saturday "
n Marie D. and the Bradford boys eked out a 7-6 entire first half but Wildwood! chosen to help attend to them. many more useful materials marked. Under the constitution of Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Mrs, i

i Ferio) Jones victory over Wildwood by the came back after intermission witha Presldent--.Jack Ita Ill'. Every single student of the such a special meetingcan Inez Kelly. ,
Louis Jordan proverbal "akin of their teeth.' passing' attack that netted them Vlce-Pl'eshlent-SClnny Stern- Home Economics classes wishesto consider no other legislationand Misses Carrie and Annie Mae

Edgar Wilkinson 0 The game was played at Wild- one touchdown and had them on I berg express her sincere! appreciation must remain in session until Alvarez of Pine Level and Miss

.dal, Reporters wood. their way to another when stop I Secl'etary-Ronena Whltfleld. to those who were so nice reapportionment Is completed.! Betty Crosby of New River were
I a psend Jeanette Parker! Showing a "severe reversal of ped by an Interception. It was Assistant. Secretary Virginia to them. The House was reapportioned In week-end guests of Miss Arsula mt

form," after their vast Improve- their last scoring chance. Sewell. 1933. but the senate, because of Crosby.
ment in the game with St. Au- Starke Trl'8Surer-Bernnrd Jordan. I, Shorty Shedd of Gainesville was
was handicapped by inJuries Elementary Echoes tightly drawn sectional. lines, has+
Editorial gustine here two weeks ago. the to two of Its key men and Llbl'arlan-Bllly OverMreet. remained "as In." I visiting In this section Sunday. I
Tornadoe's failure to block and Assistant LibrarianBuddy : Mrs. Arle Brown Mr. and Mrs.
was decidedly not up to scratch. I''OSU: ) GRADE 0
With a South Florida I
j SEKMS:: TO MEOW ,{tackle came dangerously near to I Kven; their bent friends admit Davis governor, Fate Brown of Starke. and Mrs. r
is one of thelithe Sergeant-a t-A r m s Leonard after January 7, speculation arisen
Starke turning victory Into defeat. For the Tornadoes showed OUR TRIP TO TOWN 'Nona Dyal were visiting relativesi
a complete
whether he will demand that the
boom towns I only a brief period In the second reversal of form in this so-so' Smith. We went to town to see the I i in Auburndnle Sunday. Mrs.Nona 1

heard of I quarter did the boys In purple game. Good, blocking and good Student Conductor Freeman new buildings and to visit the legislature. No comply Issue' with could the cause constitution 0, Dyal remained there for

L know that only two and gold play real football.! An tackling were conspicuous by their Register. Dime Store while. ;
confusion and animositiesthan
Igo this town was ab- alert defense and fast offense' on absence. The boys from B. H. S. Assistant Student Conductor --- We saw! the new poatofflce. gre-iter the switching around of Mrs. J. H. Kelly and children. S

Kleail compared to what the part of Wildwood almost ] may well consider I themselves) Mack Futch. Across from, the Dime StoreIs fconatoilnl but the state's Kathryn: and Hubert Lloyd were
And then what hap- proved a Tornado turntable I ReporterMack Futch to be visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
III lucky to have come out on \top In going a new building constitution culls for It.IFI'EI"I'I'lt ,
h-caideni Roosevelt thinks B. H. S. piled up Its seven i this one. The president's duty Is to act Some one told us it was to be a A. L. DrigRera In Lake Butler. ;

i Klngsley Lake sectionan points In the second quarter when Six tough remain the as business manager the librarian new drug store. The stores are .' -IIRKAIRumors ; Thursday.Mr. '
games on ( ():\ :
keeps the music, and the
sergantatarms -
ideal spot for lo- I Judy (Hollywood) McRae put lo- I schedule. I order all getting painted. of political animosity and Mi's. .7. U. Kelly and
national guard camp keeps and dis children Mrs Evelyn Crosby and t.
I We i spent seventy cents In the
: between Senator Pepper and Governor -
|has tf( be moved from Mrs. Heulah Kelly: were visiting!
I Meet I The band at present U In its Dime Store and Mr. Priest gave Cone appear to have an
Hlle The Seniors Junior Class News each of Mr. and Mrs. C. A Crosby ofHrookcr
finest condition since the beginning us some! candy element of truth. The Voluulu I
I iumU overnight of acres thousands of sand LOU EDWIN JORDANAt \\'11'e'otta! boom Camp IBla.ndlng I i of It about three years ago. Coming home we saw the leaven I,; County Democrat recently stated I Mrs Alton Sunday Dobbs: and Mra. J. ? i iR.
6 falling
I last I have Lou Jordan'sbiography i We are still trying our best to that 'one refused to shake hands relatives
Kelly were
vast "park you
me one glvin' Starke. Outsiders Mrs. Hitch, teacher. with at Democratic
for you. It took gain new members, however, because Pepper a the State Farm
to 1"T, me at Saturday + N
y. cleaned up I wouldn't know the dear ole Dottie Sue Biggs, reporter. of weeks
quite a while to I we can't possibly supply the meeting a couple ago
cI In honor of a World persuade( him to Mrs. Annie Alvarez and chil yl{
jcral- Blandlng. let me write what he insists on town.And volume necessary Lots of other SI:('ONI) l1t.\III': The story hasn't been denied, dren'of Pine Level were visitingMr.

of other CHllin'\ his "babyography", speaking of 'love affairs schools even smaller than ours Lester Leach brought a small! From other sources come reports and Mrs! C. C. Crosby Sun
this and lots ; I'll try to tell you something there's a ceituln little blonde who have bands a great deal bigger. Chinese turtle to "school, for ournqunl'ium that Cone's friends will "go after"Pepper

[ties find work Some ready of these andor ; about him that didn't happen I has had her picture made for a Evidently this school Just"' lacks We have named the In 1914, Bernarr Mc- day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby

Kid them. when he was a baby, too. certain boy in Georgia. Still go- in musical spirit. turtle Junior. Fadden has virtually wild he expects were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
1 not be working any- o o
)day. if It were not fort This 8 1-2 pound baby was I Ing strong, eh, Velma? 9F NewsWhen Billy Thlgpen brought seven tad whether to aa a oppose Democrat Pepperbut or Ilepubllcan Crosby of Brooker Sunday
t born on a cold frosty day In We girls In Home Economics poles. Some have short hind legs. ID not known.
Dec. Perhaps this cool welcome have decided what we want In the I asked the question, We have read in our library
rooming houses, and
was why his patents named him man we marry Here are the "Who would you like to meet ?" books (hut they will next G'I'OW lly Vitas Ada Nlmmo h I
filled to capacity IIOLL.\Nl) Al'I'OINTMKNTH:
\ are
f\a Lou Edwin Jordan. He seems to qualifications boys and If any of some of the answers I received I'tonl legs, then' lose their tails
1011' away people every think that names must have been you have all these report to from 9F students were: and will then become frogs. Politicians over Florida are tryIng Mrs Mildred llyerly haa returned i r
learn who will head -
very scarce for anyone to hitch Home Economic room 4th period Roberta Whltfield-The Dorsey We have two new pupils In our I to her home here after a'

amp will not only put such a name to u helpless baby any day soon and put in your application Brothers (Tommie & Jlmmle.) room, George Stringers and Patty I departments Holland and commissions takes office year in New York City. 'f."
n the map by such an In spite of the fact that several It's a good way to Fay Yarbrough' Pooler.'e are glad to have when Spessard J. G. Boyd and family have '

In population, but will kings were named Lou. I have keep out of the, war anyway. Well borrow his umbrella.Dot them.This as governor January 7, Hol. purchased the residence belonging P'l' : '
|ded prosperity to every failed to find anything wrong here goes: FaxonAnn Sheridan, and is the month for black land Isn't talking, but his advisors to Mrs. Ethel Jones and are moving '1ft

anywhere near here in with the name. Health looks (good of course), ask her. how she does Itl! cats, spooks, and goblins to be will gather at Bartow soon afterNovember there this week. : 'J
talk '
or another because of Lou "I'm from Mr Futch-Public Enemy No. roaming about so! we are havingfun election to ap- Mr. Williamson and family have r..
says Georgia, character, personality education, and
011 dollar monthly pay- I'm proud of it, and I don't mind good social standing dependable, 1, Hitler, with my good ole 45. drawing them to decorate pointments This column believes policy. a Central located In the Kulch house, ''i
Margie Reddish---A girl friend our room. Mr. Wilson, who Is employed at ::
anyone knowing it! I still don'thave good Industrious. will head the road f:
man '
n increase in population kick about in I in Africa. t I Mrs. Prevail, teacher. Camp Ulandlng, spent the week- r:
any living o
|l Ibe a great deal bigger Florida I Other things to consider are: Marjorie Davis-i wouldn't department. Another Central I 'end with his family In Cltra. ; .I.
[put, thus making oura though. I Religion, means of approach attitude mind meeting the President handsome guy like S. S. 7-Sierra Floridian probably will be motor Mr. und Mrs. M. L.. Wattersonwere ;'i

first class one and His favorite sports are *hunting, I towards life and marriage, Arnold Wasdln--The best look- Sue. vehicle commissioner. Note to shopping in Jacksonville' this\ \ I+
i a very good chance of fishing, and swimming. mutual Interests mutual Ideals Ing woman In the world. A.--We've heard that most plum-seekers: tho governor does week.Mra.. .;,;'j...
postman, service. So far as I can tell Lou isn't age habits, nationality finances.We We are glad to welcome two boys don't care for bold girls not select head. of various Institutions I. J. Priest left last Sun- '1:!
in wonder what would!, Q.---Why does a dog turnaround such as the stale hospital t f
lacking either. Well happenIf
popularity ,
ople of Starke will cer- new students to our room, J. A. I day for Green Cove Springs where y Ii,
kve one"big thing' to be glvln.-who doesn't like a. boy'that : Martinez" und ,Inee. Walden.. before lying down?- W. and the prison farm atitnlfonl. she. will be the guest of her son !! ';yh;1,

[for this year, on Thanks- has all, three main points (tall Juanita K fulled to play basketball ---Virginia Sewell, reporter. U. F ; Institution employee for several weeks t '/'
|liankful that our little dark, and handsome), besides this year. Virginia should A.-At one time before dogs are selected or approved, by the Marvin IHrt and mother, :Mrs! .' ''i

finally become some- having a good personality II I I make A in Shorthand. Wayne Ask Us-We Know were tamed and when they wouldgo Hoard of Commissioners of Htate Eva: Hut, were visiting in Gaines' i C::1
I wasn't late for History Class. to lie down, they would turnaround Institutions, made up of the, governor vllle\ this week ,1))

Jack Halle. Society NotesSadie I Marian hadn't come back to, This Is to Introduce the new several times to either and cabinet member The Rev. C. A. Warren will J .t;,
school. (Would Shirley I I have | column. "Ask us We know." In make a bed or scare the snakes The fact that there will be preach at 'the Baptist Church next "\1'

Prince was in Jacksonville cried! 1 ?) We hadn't won the football |i the H. II. S. Journal.. We appreciate out of the vicinity. This Is Inherited i throe new members. of the board Sunday morning and evening. ':
ews Sunday night. game Friday night. (Keep up i the cooperation of the fiom their ancestor, the the Incoming governor, Treas-
the good work boys. ) ]I pupils very much and we hope wolf o urer-tilect. Larson! und Attorney a former circuit Judge, has ruled '''t
[your roaming reporter IsBh Mildred Chesser was in PnlatkaSunday. I this will ,. -What did Watsonleads to that circuit alone
Did notice all lhos i give you an idea of the Q Betty Boop nay General-elect ) I that In may additional t
a flash with a dash I dresses you the new kind of questions to ask (Of when she lost her teethScatter, belief that 1941 payrolls may I Judges justified by population I 'I
(you the news of the day. I Janie Marr was in Maxville ? girls were the wearingllionday I course they are to be answeredin brain.A. show many name changes In institution Increases b e appointed
They were ones
I your ears and listen toP o Sunday our own particular way. ) I'll never smile again personnel. I without legislative action.
(hey made in Home Economics. '
Florence Mersereau spent Sun- Q.-Do you know what the big I \,
Some of 'em were so cutIn
going to move in Study day in Jacksonville. mountain said to the little mountain K.VTHA: KXTKA: There are .IIUMiKSIIII' K.VTKA! IOXTKA: Special One
fact all of 'em were I thinkthey ,
H L period. She says It Dot Green was in Gainesville ?! --Hiya Cliff bIg i bargains. for everyone at jour Governor Cone Is waiting for '
did good don't ? Of ''
cold by the teacher's Saturday night. 'course I would think so you--since I I A.---Little Sir Echo; how do you local Itexall Htorn during the receipt of u certified copy of the I'In-ten'I :
Nina Bishop spent the flay in of do? Itexall OltlOINAI. One Cent Hale 1940 federal census for Florida purchase of ":.00 or more one;
made one 'em myself.
Cowling, we certainly dole Jacksonville Saturday Q.--Could you tell me If Stanley II THO for the pi-Ice on one I plii before appointing u new judge for I(I I Out Rate harjculiiM.. This offer
those "thoughts for the Jacquline Andrews was I In Well (not any good without a N has palney. In the knees ? only Ir. 230: bargain to chorale the circuit embracing Dude and only while they last MI he '''f're
l"y start us all to thhak- Jacksonville Sunday night. bucket) Its time for me to be I -Wondering.A. from. Wednesday! Thursday, Friday Monroe counties. It's pretty arly. 4 Mg dayU'-hlPMCI&Y.

Margie Reddish was visiting in gone for this week but I'll be .--The Jitterbug has probably Saturday, October. 30th and evident that boost In populationIn I ThuriMliiy. Friday, Saturday: October
ll'll see you !In the next Lake Butler Sunday. back again soon. bit him, so don't get worried. ilfit and Noso'ndier lot and 2nd. this circuit (eleventh) will per- / SOili & Slat und November

|VI' got to go now. Odell and Doris Hinson were Just your ole Junior reporter, Q.---How could a little lonesomegal /'arpenter's. The IU>vall: DrugStore mlt addition of a fifth judge, and let and 2nd. Carpenter', Th*

"Cassanova.** shopping in Jacksonville Saturday.. Velma. like mA make a hit with some Attornev General! l Glbbs, himself' Itexall, Drug Store" ;


ipj,,YA tt !

'iT, readingeasier.adtJ

f new charm to your ,:
t f[ )
+ a interior create a "

rf a 4 I thoroughly modern l l + ; ;tt

*' : c- background: your 9 Y '";'Pf'1I J f rtwt5Tltnfllltitt I. .' ''a4

self. And you'll) be lJP..I

!" t amazed how cheaply ',;ta .

I : you can do this reilnoriiting nilhtgf.'t.. rElf b -
r "

/ TO YOU. Adapter fixtures cost as yttttst uw ; r ..

low as 40 cents .
+" I s \ :, and they're applied as

simply as screwing ;a

[ bulb into a socket. -

'\\ l Put more beauty and
1 g vVhcthcr you live in your own : \\Ij :
I eye comfort into your
1 I or a rcnt d home an apartment
home. Perform' the glamourizing '
or a room you can
miracle tonight If you want scientific raiL UMP '.,
I glamourize it by t twist of the wrist

I I tonight! Your magic wand is an analysis of your home lighting.

we will be to
improved principle of lighting. It's
it with
test a
called "light conditioning". Simply I ,
it witboul PhotoI
means light gltire or tleef This is another

thnttimt tbe rDht.wou,,' of it, in l/jf Sunshine More than 2,000 trained men and
<:> .
U women make Sunshine. Service sodependable
right placet. \ a ii'
r't 24 hours a day. every

lilbIflrJ I'll I few little I gadgets you I day in the year. Their pride in their

can convert glaringbulbs 15 (HEAP! jobs and their communities helps
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t/; into diffused, t", j) nuke Florida a better place to li.c.tter .

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CLUBS on a bread box: down In front of llama new hat, ver' becomin' ,, Hallowe'en Carnival Eastern u '
IItJII SOCIETY and Green' Storetother day Jus' Evelyn Stump dressed to kill an* Star To'N'
The Hallowe'en carnival,
did sponsored The
like grandma used to do-or lookin' like a million Sunday by the Parent-Teacher Asso- will Order of the

she? The new hood In Leila's that fits ciation, will be held Thursday, meet MOnday Ea.atb l! B'
Wed In Lake Duller Semi-Annual Review of the society. Been mlssin'! you Aunt Vida, like an aviator's helmet and October 31, on the southside to o'clock All l11el11D night at,
be 11
} At W. S. C. S. MeetingThe The' first meeting will be at the from the midst of jour magazines steams your hair Lotna peoplelike grounds of the school building. I present: 're
Two Bradford.! County couples church at three o'clock Monday Hurry ap' get well clear a
It, but I'm stayin' All kinds of amusements for I
d' have recently been married by of Chris Call St.. Just Isn't the same cook Mr. .tn'l :
Woman's Society while 'Frald It'll my young and old will be offered. 11rs I
teVo connec-tion yet. ( '
4rSa t Union County Judge. R. Town tian Service of the Methodist I place without you Miriam addled brains Virginia and of Savannah nil laUde( taj!'
end in Lake Butl r. They are: The second meeting Tuesday, October Klckllter's been doin1 a ruRlaln' of the home after have r
Church will have Its semi-annual I 22, will be at the home of Jean Darby ridln' in one Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and nope
Horace Redding of LAwtey andJoa business for you, though taxis Mrs. Sallie daughter with t.lpitIV.Seon' tJMr {
l Jl' l ) Mae Andrews of Stwrke on book review next week. The book Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. The third Hear there's to be another new Starke as all get out Miss Sara Barefoot, Mr. L. :
k 5.Marklep. Council In a home meeting will be Thursday, October TUon lookln' sporty J. Green and children Archie and' i I
;( y October chosen by the baked bean supper at the P -T. A. dot turban : ., ,,
her polka
In new
*i hyl''+ + t Alvarez of Starke and mission study entitled "Uprooted 24+ at the home of Mrs. Hallowe'en Carnival Mmmm been caught on the Judy, spent Sunday afternoon In Herman 1101 M h II?,o SWlq I
I Have : I ,,
American by Grace Sloan Over- Eugene L. Matthews last one you Brooker) visiting Mr, and Mrs. R.I ;111JMupeat nr "t.
Cajwle Mae Canon of Raiford, Oc I still remember the "dime" stunt yet? Kap Dun- JacluoftJ
Snnfi\ ,
tober 5.MarrlHKe, ton and other prominent wrlteis. Those Slate Farm ladles bit hard the other day, and so T. Osteen, Stilley's IS !ruest, It
Sid Johnson of Plant City, whoIs can I broth." :
It Is continuation of the sub- beans i r 1rdW)
a and
know their ham -
issued surely watch out Mr
licenses and
were don't
: 'i4 will if you and Mrs IIII
graphically in"Grapes employed at Camp Blandtng, Is you : R r'
out so
ject brought .
to the N ;Men, have Letle Eurol'4
t following: you lucky days com- Slllley l'
with his "
will grandparents '
The book staying
of Wrath. UI'I1ed
Before leave Have ( '
(( r, 9)) 'i' 't' A Z. Padgett and Myrtlce TUN be reviewed by several members, Mr and Mrs. W. II. Struth. I o'clocka: bloomln"you i' Our Congressman's wife Is avery Ing. Buy razor blades, c/H'/ ing I villa with 'them and ro .Jacj.
noticed the four ?
( man, both of Brooker, on Septem- in Arthur Williams back gardenyes versatile lady She crwuna l lotions, tooth pastes, and this week ts ,htl u, RnGUR: !>
28 (I
bar carriage or her
her baby
( it's still peaceful there- pushes 230 other bargains at 1 c eachulion
1 Willie\ I. Water of Lake Butler Democratic Rally with equal ease
Callstreet of the few such places left and! blrs.
e k ( Carolyn one you buy one more of the W L
t and Minnie Gibson of Starke EdIt
t In town) The new gadgets In daughter, '
on October 5. rushin' to do some- :Mrs J. L Fredrick&' '
-r:: the Western Union The swell- Everybody's price-.1'ednesday Wllkey of
t. something, an' so I 1 were JacklOtr
fluorescent In the thing or see ; weekend
blocked In front egant lighting
$ Save alniOHt half what un- Greetings/; Callstreeters Cawgla my way October 30th guests or
you everybody Saturday and 31st and Ju
ih + puff Jus' made a There was I Maroonedin City Barber Shop and Carpenter'aDrug must I .So long Mrs A z Adkins
tt wally spend for drug More llcmw. and SUII
the Store Martha Smith's See you at the football game November let and 2nd atCarpenter's. Judge anti Mr
the street madding throng swayin'thlg
daub across
1 Walt for the Retail ORIGINAL -puff!-- .
The Rexall
Drug t d
(' 4 One Ont Male. Four big days! Whew! You give a way and that to keep my new plaid outfit She turned Wil-1 and dance Carolyn. Store. the guests atn-mit( ,' Homecolnlnr
r 2/M./ ( iMtrgalnx! And two for the first mortgage on your life every anatomy Intact Finally madeit I every eye Sunday Grace Method 1'l1l1tch In wr
Call these days but the traffic problem is jus' ..
,1 i |price of one, plus only one cent time you cross! ',.
? an1 looked both ways, one more worry In our fast
U>in<- dity, Tliurndiiv.; Friday, I stood
Saturday, October 30th and Slut. male'a leap, and there right be- changing town .
+ and Ni>v M lirr l"t rod l 2ml at hind me zoomed a Packard from J ever see HO many new people?
1 "; gt e1 4:"rpt'nter' the Rexall Drug Store. Noo Yuwk, while a Model A from Nice ones, too They say
.. they like our little town 'cause ORKERS
I we're so friendly Keep: it up, W !
gala, and remember the ladles

+ I COME SEE HEAR who've Hear Myrtice come to Carpenter stay awhile brought. .

four to club meeting tother day
Husbands of three of 'em
ROY ACUFF Come Find Out Why Alexander &
} have worked for some company Company At Starke,
I tot years They've always

I : AND THE MOUNTAIN BOYS but lived t they'd I", Noo never Yawk, met not far till apart they, ',l Florida, Is Known As "The Working Man's Friend."

landed In Starke t w.
GRAND OLE OPRY STARS With the ole landmarks comln'
down 'n changes/; beln' made everyday Our Prices Have Not Advanced Since The Boom WeiW4l

your little C C, has a time t
keeplrv'Dumped up slap with Into a things blank; wall. '1 Are Still Selling The Same High Quality Work Clothes,

where the City Barber Shop used I

to be Then took my shoes,' At The Same Low Prices. Come In And We'll Prove
to be half-soled at "Coon" Hoillng -
f LAKE CITY HIGH SCHOOL .,worth'H and found I was In -,

the Ink"' Pot Oh well, progress 4 d It. Read The Bargains 'Below To Give You An Idea
t makes perfect But Itsa
MONDAY NIGHT OCT. 21 8 P. M. little hard on us near-sighted
gals ,,9 Many More To Be Found In Our Store At All Times,
Speak of gettin' lost r
Admission 15c & 35cGreen's Rawson Davis was comln' home c
along the Keystone road one night
recently Suddenly he realizedhe
was crossln a railroad track %- t WORK SHIRTS
IILUFI ROSE 5 Pounds where only highway should be
"What the heck have I done
Store RICE :I6cQ1 now?" he thought <. "I'm on I'KE-SIIUUNK. COLOR FAST GARMENTS

u the wrong road" Then It ( THAT WILL GIVE YOU
WIIOLJI.S\L..1 &; RETAIL Found dawned on him that the new GOOD WEAR ON THE HARDEST
Southern Railway track has been
s'l' + Starke, Florida Oleo :JOc: laid wince he left the first of the JOB. WE HAVE YOUR SIZE.

week Hear quite a party is TO
being planned for the inauguralrun

Into Camp Blanding ,j r 59c .
i Tour's, truly will be right; there t '. t :

If I don't rate a seat

Sugar 5 Pounds 22c I'll The ride streets the cow were catcher much !brighter In"lde/I/ 1.95 1 ,aw

than usual Sattldy because of nllj,
:f' For 2 l'kK14. the pretty girls fellin' Roosevelt i I
buttons Somebody played a, WORK CAPS Y
r' Meat lOc Salt 5c ,
.t+; Potted good Joke on Betty Strlngfellow

JIomn: < I'kg I 3 For Sent her In to sell a buttonto TO MATCH. r}$ '
r Vincent St. John, Call Street's
Corn Flakes 6c Staley's Starch lOc most ardent Wlllkle-lte Betty
didn't know any better when she
went In-but she soon found out! OVER, ALLS
it i COOKINC OIL GALLON 62cntJu Friday night dances at the :
y { Legion Hall are doing swell T0
Plenty of gentlemen Y' heard FOR 9
r Pound S founds me I said gentlemen! $1 1 95 ,
r More of you gals should go CARPENTERSAND '
Coffee, Lb. lOc Onions lOc The femme shortage Is acute -
i Daresay you'd have a date for
KI'rCIIF.N S I'kg'". S For the next one Ruth Sternberg THESE ARE HEAVY QUALITY,
Matches lOc P & G Soap lOc never has to worry about a rush LONG WEARING OVERALLS. PAINTERSLUMBER

t She's always a popular part MOST FOR TilE MONEY. -
ner That Dick Palmer (friendof
a IItI' Ethel Sewell's for years) surely
a Potatoes .o;Ihs. 14c does like to dance Makes any I KHAKI PANTS
girl feel like a feather In the air
Mary Lucile and Mrs To rode!
havin' a bang up time The '
IU'U.ouu's: 2 1'kgs, Dozen; Jitter-bug In boots! Don't TSUTiYL.LI/"E SURMISED AND PLEASED

: Corn Flakes 13c Lemons ISc nee how he does it! Jean PEKING CLASS OF PANTS WE ARE QI''-
Parker gettin' a well-dexerved JACKETS AT THIS LOW PRICE.

1'INI( 2 Cans Great Northern or Found rush from the stag line Good- '.
Salmon 25c Baby Lima Beans 5c lookln' Mr. Harris (stays at Vin- .
Ings) gives me a heart throb SIT01.95RIDING .
I mus' do something to catch his 4 "Thb%,
Smoked Bacon:: 13c eye Special. report from football '

game In Wildwood (grapevine '
system covers everything) /flif1r/ PANTS
Quart IOUSIi: or Quart Top end corner of bleachers filled I

Peanut Butter 20c Salad Dressing 20c with D. H. S, rooters Not TO
many, but oh how loud! Let I 1.98 3.50WORK
Quart ting the boys know somebody was
there from. home: Dot, Nina, Freddie -
Mayonnaise 3Sc Apple Jelly 20c and Jacqueline leading cheers

Martha Metcalf bringing her

4 T omatoes n ;;. 5 1 good-looking[the boys and friend gala from up to Starke I SHOES

r c (bring him up here, Martha)
Edna Hart and sister, Maude\' -
(Strickland) down In the middle '
HULK Pound 'OnN or Noa: Can2 For Edna for Starke. Maude for I 3.50T07.95

Prof Ed Williams
Lard 9c Beans 15c att.
String runnln' up and down carry tn' the]
chain (Good exercise Prof!) .I To TOUGH, BUT COM: FORT A II I P F
i or
r ,Man from Wildwood askln' Fred-' 1 9 8 TAKE
Mackerel 2Sc Spaghetti Sc die Wimberley if she knew Max) J TilE TilING YOU NEED ION THE y

I Wlmberley from Starke Freddie )I CONSTRUCTION JOB. .. ,
gacpln', "He's my daddy!" i I
PI'RI' : Get tin' back home again: Im-| 9 50
Lard ,
$3.05c'n aglne Mayor Noon Wainwright's I BOOTS
45 Lb. Can disappointment to find that three i
of his first "cases" for Monday' 00 -LOOKING AND DURABLE TO
court had "flew the coop" \ MELTON 1.98
( Found rtNOI'U: : round JACKETS 3.50ALEXANDER
Or rather' "pushed the plaster"and
Steak ISc Pork Chops 15c escaped from the city Jail
t Reminds me of the escape of -
t ItROOKFIEL1r food hill found Osceola from the fort In St Au-

Butter 3Sc Beef Stew lOc Histlne The hole was so small */
t an' high up In the wall But f
rO E cheer up Noon You'll get'
k to try somebody yet & CO.
Steak OR 20c 'S gettin' so that every nightIs .

UOIounol Sattldy night and Sat tidy
night ts. Well, words fall me
But In spite of our cityfled- STARKE
ness we still have the old-timy FLORIDA
Vn t We The Right To Urnlt Quantltleer
blttt to balance it SAW a real

little nun-bonneted old lady .lttinoJ' '... .
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Mrs. T. B. Hendrix of1 Lake Friends of :Mrs. B. M. Fuaaell E fl E UHOSBHHXJHHHHHEHEBBBSHDHBiBBHDHBH H URWBBUIfiBBB

r BITS of LOCAL NEWS \,land is spending sometime hereas of Jacksonville former residentof

m the guest of Mr and Mrs. L. Starke. will be interested! to
-- -- -' -- A Reynolds learn that *he is spending sometime Tip Top Grocery

Lewis spent Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Thomas Mrs. Alice>> Shelbroune of Titus I here and at present la em-

and afternoon In Jackson- spent Thursday afternoon In villa Is the guest of her daughter Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and granddaughter i ployed in the Magnolia Cafe.

a"j Gainesville. Mrs Lola :Mayes. Judy Green, and Mrs, ,

Simeon Phillips spent Monday in Judge and Mra. A. V. Long of

Be sley and Mrs. K. Mrs. T. E. Buckner of Jacksonville Mrs. W. B. Alexander! spent ,i Jacksonville Gainesville and Mr. und Mrs A. And Market

O L Tuesday In Jack- was visiting!! / relatives Friday In Hampton aa the guest' I I C. Long and daughter Sheila of '
scan spent here recently. of Mrs. K. O Horn. Mr. and Mrs. W. B Alexanderand Washington D. C.. were guests I' OCTOBER, 18 & 19-1940

r I daughter Miss Wilma Alexander I Sunday of Mrs. S 1<:. Urownlee ,,

P. Curtis and Mr. and Mrs W H. tollman Mr. and Mrs. K. Williams were visiting'relatives in'I und Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, ;I
sirC RED TOKAY GRAPES 2 Lbs. 15c :
Elizabeth and Watt of Tampa of Plnecastle and Mm Thelma and family spent Monday afternoon Waldo Sunday I" r..1 ,
in Jacksonville, :Slack' )oti( 1..1111.4uu'k
from a month's vacain Jex Wat-hlnston" D. C spent I !
ute were guests the first of the week here na H. O. Lawson of Autiurndale J"II. Two of any tit<<.m listed for

Minnesota Mr and Mra. W. O. guests of Mr. arid Mrs.! {V. L. Mr and Mrs 1<:. L. \Viliama1and la the guest this week of his son- lthe:,t price>> nf ono plus>> 1 |penny, J FRESH TOMATOES 2 Lbs. 15c

Iy uf Wall.ARLINGTON. family spent Sunday In WIl1tston in-law and daughter. Mr. and \\'rdrat..tll!)', ThlU.' with relatives! I I It. A. Lawson Mr's.l(II Snlurda.v, October SOth und 31 .t

HOTEL T. K. McClane, Jr.. Is attending I The Rev. and ,Mrs. Edwin liar. I h und Ia'ntrr's NovmilM-r. l'he .Ul and Drug 2nd. Stores CarKexftll -. YELLOW ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc :r."

the state meeting of county agentsIn well of Jacksonville were guests : .-\ ,
Gainesville this week. yesterday of the Rev and Mm. Mrs. H. L. BrownJee returned I
Arlington hind Garden Street I I I
Corner I A. K. Llghtfoot, Wednesday from, DeLund where ] BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c
GAINESVILLE, FJA lUD.1 On.- (Ynt Sole Value. Get a she was culled ,because of the| - -

Itxull Counsel, which ghee you Mrs.V.. E. Torode and Mrs. J.W. ([ serious illness of her brother-In- ,

3 3c!) tube of n'xlIlIIIII: ( of Andrews, J... attended Homecoming law. ('01. J, E. Flitch. Friendsof ,
$1.00 And Up Weekly Rates :Magnesia Tooth l'Hle. for only at the Methodist Church Col. Fulch will be glad< tolearn TOMATOES SUGAR

Air Cooled Steam Heat SH. Coupon la In your big 4-+" in Law ley Sunday. I I i that he la continuingto''I
II: No. 2 Can 5 Lbs.
page circular of bargain or see I Improve.iv .
jour Retail Urujf Store. Just one Friends of little Carol Lynn I I II' II i
and! Cold! water In every room Inner Spring :M.illn-Hspi of the big.Iu...* on the> Pull One I I Jennings will be; glad to )learn I'I' 'i'inUK! III' ('01 n'r .11 mi<<"it i. <'11111'1' "1"1|
flit or without ilrths1'It'h/ or without. McaN Cent Sule. UcdnrHday, Tiiurnday, I that she I I.* recovering after being I Till r.ii.nni: HI-IT: 05' ,,'I.tHUUI" .
Friday, Siitunluy, (X-toher 30th Mini ill for several clays. ttl) t>'i>n nil'U"'UIII>)> ('oil "1'I I
Business District And I'osloffU-e :Slot I and No\'ember let and l 2ml. ;I> I IN (M\\'IH\:

to Blocks From C1ll'peater'a.>> Thi Uexiill Drugl j Mr an'd Mrs. Randolph Borheof : Tit'I.S'rltl'1'TII': tI no.\HI):. or 01"! l'ITI1I.II HHAI! ( COOKING OIL 65c

T. J, Cone, I'roprletor>> S.ore. I Jacksonville spent Sunday here 't"ll>> ('OI1S'I.I1HII1.| .\.
I with MI-B. Boree'a parents Mr. I II>M imblli "nq..u',"II"| nritnnIseil '' -

Mia, J. F. Vance of Gainesville\ j I and Mrs. G. II. Bennett I I laws, unit of tin fxtntl'iir Stilts untlor of Kli the>,.- I HOME GROUND MEAL 6 Lbs. 15c

was the guest Tuesday of the I vl'Ilnli Ida: anil.. 1 IHSTIIU'T HflOCIAI! I, VI'M-T\X;

and Mrs. A. IS. Llghtfoot.Mrs. Rev.l, Mrs. W, H. Hart spent last I licit 13I'OHNTV 0 .I" 1'1\\1'11111)>> Pure In Pkg. SmokedLARD
NAT SEZ: week-end in Wlldwood with her :: Kl.oltlMV. u put.Mr .-

Curl Floreus of Jackson- biother-ln-law and sister Mr. and and cxtHttiiM rot p
'\ I don't know what It It about my vllle was a recent guest of her lurs. L G. Strickland. j tor the Mtali or Florida' BACON I

d.m't.Yi' morn' >> that miikes! It HO liuonsplruOUH. mother Mrs. Herman Young.Mr. I "I'dl II tuners. I

j.f but Hoirtetlilngs bud \\roni Mr and Mr' H. C. Wall of I "M- 2 Lbs. Squares Lb.

lJ !" fF- A few weeks ago the TliiK",, -l'nloiirenortvr and Mrs. L. D.'Inlnl{ and' Tallahassee' spent the week-end TIIH\ : $ I'tThi U...i1tf Oil'n
lull' Starke an olfli-lal Mr. and Mrs, D.P. Carpenter''I here with Mr. Wall'si parents Mr. .Vrvrti'1'2' T 0 T.\VI .\YPI1S AVP'ITI7ION'H 17c I I Z'4CAG. '
i "!" SI'nc'IM: TAX
cull on ACfount of a *xx'iul lUnndf spent Sunday In Ferniindinn. I and Mrs, W. I. Wall. srildOl, f11 TIlIt'T NI'MMKK' 18.: ,
lug e lilian he wan getting out, I '", KllAIM'-OltM" flUI.NTV "
and nouibly the huslnrHM I Friends of Mrs J. W Mnrganl IDA : 'f.f.II-1 i iV
among Mrs G. C. Livingston of Tampa \ In-roan. Rile Itonrit of .'" I Il
lioiMfH not mentioned' weeour will be glad 'ti>, learn, that shejpcoverlng i U *trurlon l nf llraiironl, Cnunfy. Flor- BREAD 3 For 25c
la 'the guest of Mrs. K. S. Mat- .. -
own modem little store, and after being confined to I lila' u imlitt' rortinfiittoii imiiliiHHnnrl .
thews and Mm.' .). M. Mitchell.Mm exlHtinH: itiiili r till tiiun fif
uulding Insult to injury, last week her home because of Illness. the State of Klorliln, and .S|>..rtal
our Irtr inler\le\p l the ,' ) 'j "'"" Hi'hoot HI..I"'IIImh..r: IS ofI'radrnrd Whole Grain No. 1 IrishPOTATOES
,, N. Steinberg Is upending; Jtlll'relll ('""nIY KlnrlilH' a puMlofiiri "
leading/ firma. for nil epreoHlonOH >> Friemla of I little Janet '>oinilon nnrnnliiol mill vxlMllnirnmt.r .
several day In ralnlku 11.8 theguext
to ImproMil rondltioim and will be glad to learn that she has Din ixus,. of the Htnto' nfFlorl RICE
of Mt and Mrs (Hob Wells "lii. Ihs potltloiicrii In the nhnv
"ukCHJn we were KllK'nlcil. Just asocial recoveredafter? being 111 at her Xlltltloil ritllNH, d1.1. nil" lh. IMhitav
[>eiiiiul, that's what I am, home several I'ray' thin week of <>i'tiihcr. ''II'''. file with umlpronont 5 Lbs.
Mrs.' G. L. Patten of Talla- tn 1\\"". II I.. Helirlnic. one 10 Lbs.ANNOUNCING .
hate to blow my own horn. 'r of the Judges. of the Above nnmviloiirt.
hnssee' spent the wenk-end here Mrs. W. fJj&...Mlddlefon.. Mr. H iiotltlon for MIA |iiir.1'| nMMr
.f vnlldii and innf the I IsC 1 14C
tlnw Irtnlnic
Matthews/. W. G. Halle, I .
Fl S
Can-ova. ,bands, of H|>oi'hil. I Tax Mi honl. I tINtrlrt |. 'IIU'I.I.OClU'S
Men's Men's and Mrs. K. L. Matthews are I l Nllllltior. 1 U! nf Ut'Hilfnrit\ f'nlintvFlorl'lrt. :
tn the ntiimint' or 12.75111)0, : :
and Mm. A. Greenlee of upending today/In; Jacksonville I, tinted" I 1. lMfl! and to lio.iiMiiK '
I flux nml do pnvnhln, n.. fnl'IIIWM .1.I.
Leather Jackets Fall Trousers Daytona Beach were week-end llcn-'n good news! Four<< I big| I to.wlt ; $2KO.Ot> on October CORN FLAKES 2 For 13c )
guests of Mr. and MrB. Gee W. let nf m<'h yens from 1011! lo
day of ".\\,> for lb.lrlee of OIH-, 'OKI! bath liH'luxUn, unit said liniulM ,
That Are Made New Shades--Well Thomas. plus only one (-,'nt" ImrKUinn.+I to hear IntoroBt nt II per rent p..r
'iiinnni. pMvalilft Hoiiil-iiniiiiatly on :
Tailored Maxwell
Right her 250 bargain \\.hl..hly,1 t nod April, I of pitch year,
Mrs W. M. Wimbeily and all piiynhlo nt Florida (tank at
Thursday, Friday Siiltirduy, (K-
$$6.50 to $12.50 $1.98 to $4.95 brother. 1. I>. Green were butd- Slnrkw, Htnrkr 1'ho'lds. ., .unit COFFEE
tuber 30th And SIM and No\C"m- VVhoreiiK Maud JnrtK on the 15thl COFFEE :
mess visitors I n Valdosta, Ga.. l her ht and. 2ntl at C'urjH'iitrr'Hthe .1,1'l of Oi-tnhor. In10. till INHII. Mil ;
Monday order to and nitalimt Ihs Stale of
Itcxall Drug' Store.Dr 1 lloi,''Idfi' to show ciiiiNf. If any It Pound Pound :
ONLY A FEW LEFT HERE'S A BARGAIN eon, lipfnin HIM nlinva sat. llled C'niirt
Mts It. A Bishop und daughter Ti\Hal at Ihs AliuhilH 4nttnty ....lIt.lh"iin.. ::
W. tead of Luke
and Urn W. C. In (IliilnoHvlllo 1 ,Klni'MIn, HI III /.'. 1 15c 25'c
Nina islKip
art Wool Blankets Cotton Blankets $ City and l>iCA j Uoth of Hastings ..In'k; A. M. on NiiVomhvr. Hth in! n,
Powell spent Wetinesday In Jacksonville were i'Ultdl ti "'VVetlneaduy of why. tho' prayer of .until petition '
should, nnl ho vrnntoil mud until
66\SO Weight 2 a- I 6G\76 AVeight 2 the Rev and >1 Trx4 A. K. Ught- liinulH, vnlliliilotl, mid' ronflrmoil bvilorrio
of still enurl I nml. why IMJIBIIMliooll Roll orlubBU77'ERL6. 33c
foot. ,
Pounds Pounds Mrs. Jack Cawthon. of Daytona not it.. 'levied, In tiny mild jil
bniKlN In iii-cnnlani. f with Ihs pro.
Beach wus the guest the fiat of Mr. und MrVW.'" I'. Smith spent VlMlotlH'nf the 'onl''IIIII ntlil IIIWN
$1.98 $1.19 the week of Mr. and Mrs!!!. N. of Ihs Slate of KlorlilH' nod
Tuesday afternoon I n I'alatka WliKroim. l hv: sold.. Order Its. until GEM OLEO. Lb. .. .. 1 lic
Slernb I''''. with their Hon-ln-law and daughter : I Court ltd. ilhert tin IMoi' 'k of ...nh'"nll.t -
tn sulks and, pulillnh IhisNot | | |.
Mr. and MrH. PV \V. Vurne- .li'o
YOUR BEST BETPeter's WHY PAY MORE Miss Dorothy While spent the doe. NOW( TIIKItKI-'OIIM t: : NOTKM-1 IS
week-end. In JackwnTville as .theguest Ill' ,. ,''ny, IIIVHN" : TO, TIIH' TAX. PALACE BACON Lb. 22c
I'\VI'UH ANt ('ITI/I'NH': IIK. .S\ll -
I and Mm. M
Shoes Men's OverallsFor of the Hrv. B. Mica Mai'Inn' Dowling. a student 'I"'II'r"X': .HIMIIint.. ) ("r41' ,
Montgomery. ; 12 Hint vim slid, oai-h nf
nurse al Riverside" Hospital In von are lirol. "v roiiilreil| to xhowomiMft
:Men Who Plow 220 Weight/ Blue Denim If unv yon tinvo, l be/ors the
Jackaonvllle! )III' |>endlng thin Turners L6. 25c
Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss Above named Cniirl nt Ihs Alaihnni Country Sausage
$1.98 $1.00JTERNBERC'f Martha Metcnlf attended, the U with ,her mother, Mrs. K. I j '.."my I'oiirthoiiMW In InliioKvllln, ,
up J. DovUing. I Florida, nl ID .ilook. A 111. nn Nn.tonilior .
S. Marine Uand concert in Gainesville Nth 1IH il. why Meld| | l hnnde l lliniilil
Tuesday night not !h" validated and! ron |
Mrs C. C Hoppe of Tampa la flrmcrtIV OIL SAUSAGE 45c
WITNfmMYIIKIiKiK' ) > I havolhorwiintii %ZGaI. -
this week with her
lo gnu know that pemilcN Can spending not mv hand and nfflxnl ,
brother-in-law and sister! Mr. and the nfflt-lnl non.lor| sold 1 c'onrt, nt
tulk 1 Aink for Kcxull IlriiftglHtwhen Shirks., Mrinlfntit, Coiinlv Florida,
the Mm. O. L Beuidi-y' and Mrs J. I..,. 'ISIh of .
you may hear ""pvrlalItpxall day Oilohor A H.
Kndio next wecU. W. KlncaUI. tnln I FLOUR Just Rite 24 Lbs. 63c
'fiKKH'IArj HI ,\I.) A. J .Thomas. -
Then >IMI'|| learn how your pennies as 'lork nf Ihs I'lrcnlt ( ...ort of, I ,
run Im worth dollar*! Carpvnter's Mrs. H. V. Knight and daugh-I ttrndforil: County II'I....h"I. t I

the lei all l rujf Sloe.h'1049i"40v1 ter. Merry Beth, and the Rev. I :3t ll-t

and Mm. A. K." Llghtfoot and :
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laughter, Nancy spent Saturday j'I :1
In Jllck nnvlll"f '

; MI.... J. A, Cunningham und '

family of Sanford and Mra. T. I

I CAN c E. Strange nnd family of I'ulutka .

spent with J.Sunday F Klckllter nt Klngsley Luke : OUR NEW LOCATION- CALL I i

AFFORD A NEW GAS RANGE /JrYES Mra. L. A Uavls and :Mm. K.K. ,

1 Petryman left Monday night ,I I I.r
for Pensacola to attend the mate ,
convention of the United Daughters I !

A REAL MAGIC CHEF of the Confederacy. ....'Ii I,

at a new low price! I ', ,r
Mro T. F who him
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pent the past several week al I .
"Ever since I've been married I've wanted .
J here with her!' mother. Mm. I*.
a Marie"Chef Gas Ranee- and now with I
Munanxa, left last week for
these new low prices I'm not coin without JI'j
one another minute." Texas to join Mr. Grady I '

This year more women than ever are saying: Two regular sloe articles for I I

1 7 __ roodby to old tme) -wasting, fuelwastingcooking the price of I plus Ic. V i. u fr
thanks to the amazing values Inmodern I
.....I Chef Gas Range For the luuice to double. the quantity at ':
cooking cleaner few *nnle t
new Magle Chefs gas regular prices plus a p j '
quicker more economical than ever before. Next neck Wednewijy. Thursday, !' : OF OUR NEW LOCATION ON CALL STREET TO
Efficient non-clog top burners light auto-, Friday, KMlurdty, October 30th | PAY US A
simmer :
Y matlcally. and adjust from tiny und Slit and .Vo\emt let andt : AND
Insulated oven bakes evenlyall NEWNESS OF OUR SURROUNDINGS.
s fast around fire;with heat controlled by famous 2nd. Carpentrr' the Kexiill Drug EVERYTHING: : ; UP-TO-DATE: AND SANITARY TO THE NTII I

.a1 Red Wheel: new smokeless-type: broiler Store. ': :i iMr. DPXiREE.; ; I

makes broiling really a pleasure.Beautiful I'I'ofr.

*. Charles f Burton have returned '' WE; RECALL OUR YEARS: OF. SERVICE: TO THE PEOPLE OF .

streamlined Magle t from Rome Ga., where''I THIS SECTION: AND WE WISH AT THIS TIME TO RENEW
with popular divided called because of the !
they were
coveralls.A '
and folding
top death of their father J. F. Burs
price triumph at ton. i II' ALWAYS ,HEEN: OUR MO'M'O'JN OUR CONTACTS WITH THE ,


HYDRO GAS Friends of Mr, and Mr. *. W. B. I r

WITH THE Mundy and daughter Clair Jim.'
SERVICE will be Interested to learn that
METERED BUTANE they moved thin week Into their

new garage apartment on Church .

SYSTEM Street C:. 1< S. E. SPARKS Owner ,1:'

:JO TANK TO BUY COMPLETE SYSTEM FURNISHED Lynn A. Mitchell engineer.with \V. C. Manning Luther f;. Wilson J. G.. Lewis "V.

the State Road Department U .:'1'' .:
apondloic a few weeks here I II. In P. II. Croft ,: "
Gainesville Gas Co. connection with the work on -

,I. Road 13. He Is well known her, I

FUELS 'having ben stationed here previously I .
THE DEPENDABLE for varying lengths. of j,II a
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end at home with hla family. He
'Standing Roads Built So Fast BROOKER has been in Jacksonville wherehe GllAll8y .11

Ih SECTION By Mrs. L. I* Parker Is at work. Mrs, L C.

: -_ They Seem To Be "IJnwindingForty Shower For Bride Mrs. O. J. Mott spent last week Mrs. .1 H SUI'renC\I SI1l.tIta

b'yi' !! big trucks, shuttling continuously The speed with which camp; Mrs. H. H. Howard, Mrs. T W. end with relatives at Ralford. parents, Mr and I'tsllfd, '-
RURAL I HINTS FOR TilEjllOUSEllOLD I between Starke and Blanding is to be constructed' Markey' and Miss Lubedla PlnI Miss Martha Evelyn Markey teen, in Brooker Mrs j R T a.-

COMMON/ SENSE. . Kingsley Lake are transporting: hinges primarily on the accessibility holster entertained Friday after- spent the week-end with Miss Mr. and Mrs 1'hurSdkY
around 40 carloads of limerock of its areas. There are to I miscellaneous shower EffIe Hargraves of LaCroase. and EII"h" On
/ a family .
I/ EDITOR AND AGENT FALL FASHIONS. FABRICS. ''I II dally from the Seaboard's Hiding be four main arteries through; the I, noon honoring Mrs Charles Hardy. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T W. Markey visiting bl.s"f Illck90nvllle p

,, t'4tr Practically everyone now knows, In planning for the family's fall! here to their destination at Camp camp, two of which have been la( recent bride,' at the home of made a business trip to Gainesville and Slllh'I"It, UrlggN bl'Q
,r t at t least In a general way. about and winter wardrobes, study the Blanding. Contractors are work- named. These will be Avenue A, ( Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr. Tuesday. Berry Dyal lit'1 411,
; the fine work which county agents new styles for dress lines and I Ing at such top speed that the or Lakeshore Drive Avenue B, I i Mr. and Mrs Earl Green and SUn" kit

s have been doing for more than 25 fabrick. Till I trends favor simple i while limerock road beds seem to or Brigade Drive and Avenues C The home was beautifully dec-I Mrs. Mary Green were In Gainesville Mr and,l IM, f.: .

t' ', years to bring about better con- and artmtic designs und be literally "unfolding" like a and D. These main arteries will t orated with cut flowers, Saturday. daughters. t'?,,. ,L. II&nn. JBJ!

>' ditions on farm and( In rural cal and attractive cotton f'COnOml-1 I bolt of cloth. all be parallel to one another, and and dahlias. Mr and Mrs. Leslie Green and Myrtle vtHh'd11. (, \11"1 1* IK

al communities Not everyone The home diensmaker will find Each truck carries load of will be Intersected by lateral During the afternoon several 1 Mrs. T. W. Markey were shopping Reynolds in I K, ,ddt| ,,, s PoOl,

dy n known, however, about the splendid patterns and full! fabrics easily I I five tons of rock, and the continuous roads, dividing off the sections. j games; and contests were enjoyed. in Starke Wednesday afternoon. I Mrs. 10'1(11 \1. h 'en.1V east

+ help which the agent has hud l mhnaged for successful garments. high speed unloading process As one enters the reservationat (I Those receiving prizes were: Mrs. i Mia. Hugh Rahn of Raiford children of Stark, t 11I4

from many other people. Perhaps Two changes; which occur in1 1: has made the atmosphere over all the third gate from the East, i Hugh Ratal, Mrs. Mary Green spent Friday afteinoon with rel- her mother. M! ? x"', dHRrg

I' the chief of these unpaid tie, fall silhouette are l less exag ,,' tnrke hazy with limerock dust. he will travel on Avenue B or and Mrs. Roy Green. i atives here. Sunda>'. WIIG

V., assistants has been and Is the gerated skirt width and sleeve Rock is already down on aroundten Brigade 'Drive, which goes from The honoree received many Mrs.) Mann Hazen, Mrs. L. O. Mrs,. Fred. i J'h' ''n ono

i $ 'I newspaper editor. fullness. The trend Is away from miles of the 43 that will be the went boundary, around Lake lovely and useful gifts Hazen and Mrs. V V. Hazen were daughter Ann,, .1., ?, Sidi

"It la no exaggeration to nay i the extremely wide flaring rkirt 'hardsurfaced within the Blanding Kingsley, to the south boundary' Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. shopping In Gainesville last week. Visited Mr. and Mr, R 11!, *
i to a slimmer! one. Skirts are cot; Both AvenuesA Charles Hardy, Sr., assisted the Bon Monday **
it that the partnership of: the county .1 reservation So big is the job, I of the reservation.

I agent and the country, newspaper' i pencil-straight, but have sufficient and HO short the time, that Mc- and B will go past the hos- hostess in serving refreshments of GUM BRANCHBy Mrs. C. Fog, :Mr, Rif t **
s 30 fullness, liitrcdiiced by plaits and sections cake and punch. son, Mrs. C J Frazl, *
; editor has within the past years Leod Construction Co.. contractors pital area important Miss Elizabeth Harnace 'nd
C *$i r ( brought about a revolution In f and g",tea, to be graceful and are not only using all avail- of the post, including the quartermaster About 35 guests were present : L. C. Smith were +h Ppto 11/1/

farming methods," says M. L. comfortable The most becoming able equipment of their own, but warehouse. Avenue A, to enjoy the evening with Mrs. Mrs. Ackers Chapman and son, Starke Satuidav *

6k1 Wilson, director of: the United length remains the best choice have also rented machinery from which borders the lake and the Hardy, who will be remembered Steve, of: Jacksonville spent part Mr. and Mrs Tam. StUSrt,

: I for tun skirt, although styles many other companies throughout' parade grounds, and does not pass as Miss Juanita McGaaley. of last week here with relatives.Mr. Brooker. attend.! *
Agriculture continue to be short Another Christian Sn7.? *
the state. through any barracks area, will Hallowe'en Carnival and Mrs J. S. Shaw and chm.-h "
September Issue of The American I trend which Is usable, particularly Men and machinery are everywhere j be the last completed.. Don't forget; folks that on October children of the State Farm were Mrs. J. A MrKim was
I results univer to the remodeler. Is the return Avenue C concentrate on 26 The P.-T. A. is ping in Stark. cop
Press "The are In evidence, especially the will sponsoring visiting Mr and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Samnia
sally acclaimed. The Implications of the yoke skirt. mammoth drag: lines which are I the barracks area, and Avenue D, a Hallowe'en Carnival, and Friday night. and -
Sun ,
T t for the future stir the Imagination. The blouse appears longer and( / cleaning out the Kludge in the which borders the eastern portionof you won't even have to think Mrs H. M. McRae of Pine Paul I tMrs. t\
While other continents are bloused with a change in the marsh area, and replacing it with the barracks area, will go to about Saturday night supper, for nn-ign" i .? Slark
Level few days here with and Mrs. E .
spent a
4 witnessing the growing depletion sleeves. Look for the extended I solid road materials, so that the 1 points east or the outer edge of there will be for sale the custo- n ,W -iiF 'twere Lana'
her son-in-law and Mr.
r4q rl of the soil, America Is actually and the smooth sleeve roads will have a good founda area. Avenue D Is In the stages mary hot dogs, hamburgers, coffee visiting :Mi r \1 :Roust

t? ', reversing the process and In on top. The effect IH. one of broadness tion. The work Is on a 16-hour I of rough; grading, well advanced. and cake. There will be a I and Mrs. F. M. Norman, last Friday afternom'

{ M r the way to systematic rebuilding achieved by padding. basis, but later will be on full 24 I All the roads are to be of lime senior king and queen, from the week. Mr. and! Mi, "I', R dd

4 { of this magnificent resource The jacket, worn over a dress hour shifts.Poison I rock base with tarvla topping. I IJa.nie senior high elsewhere or from thejunlol' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwardsand and l children of Heilbronn ran
:" On the editor the school here. daughter of Canal Point were visiting Mr al"lhl'! J s
country or with a skirt, Is equally important high; gab!

+ county agent leaned heavily from, for style' and comfort.This Kathleen and Louise Marr, The junior king and queen will visiting relatives here recently. Sunday night'
V the earliest days. Usually the type of costume lends itself Crotolaria F. M. Crews and C. M Griffls.Mrs. be selected from the sixth grade They were accompanied by Mrs. and 1.119 w R HdlJlop

W: ilk work of the county agent made to the Florida climate cool Deadly To Livestock J. R. Smith and Smithof down to any small child. H. S. Edwards and daughter. Mrs. Inez Kelly ii..t' Mtt: Altlil|
good copy. Frequently he would mornings and evenings; with warm Lawtey were visitors here Wednesday Miss Flora .Alice Edwards and Jewel, who had spent the past two Dobbs and daughici, *'en> vl| itw

t' write n column of: his own in the middays The tendency la toward If grazing is limited, keep your Mrs. Melva Harrell are In charge weeks with them. Mr. and Mrs r v -0111111

country: weekly. Always his writIngs longer Jackets with the brand cows and other stock away from of the senior king and queen re- Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Thursday morning
L. J. Norman returned from Mrs. Liza
4 were compact with good shoulder effect for both the fitted poisonous Crotalaria epectabills spectively. daughters, Vesta and Odessa, Hill ''If Plant ,CIty,

sense. The country editor Is still and "boxy" types. which may be growing in the pas. Mime Saturday from a twoweeks' Bridge Club :Meet were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. spent Thursday night: with)t|, IiI!

one of his most highly valued,) Many Interesting fabrics, some ture, State Experiment Station visit with O. W. Marr and Mrs. V. V. Hazen entertained Norman and Mr. and Mrs. :Eldon brother-in-law and family.Mr. Mrs. J S.
allies." new, others old, are available. workers today warned farmers. I the weekly bridge club Thursday Sapp, Sunday. Sapp
After reviewing the principal Those! with rough textures, like Crotolaria spectabllls Is one of and Mrs. B F. Jackson afternoon of last week. The J. A. Harnage and W. C. demons Miss Dorthea Norman ,peolllllnight

accomplishment of the crops of tho matelasnes'and tweeds with Florida's best toll-building crops, spent the week-end with relatives home was beautifully decoratedwith were business visitors to recently with MI911 !Jom
Goodge Starke
county and home demonstration the pile weaves such as velveteens but its leaves, stems, and seeds at Mayo.C. garden flowers. Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. ut work In everyone and corduroys, take first place. are toxic to all livestock and a M. 'Griffls was a business Mrs. Fred Hazen led with the Mr. and Mrs Walter Underhill! Mr. and Mrs B :M :11cPaeW|

of the 3,075 counties of agricul- Plaids In cottons, rayons and small quantity of these can kill visitor to Russell Friday. highest score and Mrs. J. P. Rob- of Rising were visiting Mr. and children of Pine Leve' mil HI

tural Importance in the United woolens loom high as fall choicesfor an animal. "Use this crop for Mrs. H. C. Wimberly spent Sun erts made low. Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday aft- sonvllle Allen Hall and children of Ji*

,States- Director Wilson concludes designed materials. Look cover or for building the soil, but day with Mrs. N. T. Green and Late in the afternoon refreshments ernoon. wet visiting friemliui/
I relatives here
with these words: for the cotton fabrics in the fill I don't let your livestock get to it," family at Saxton. of: pineapple and pimento Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were Sunday Iflel'llOll.I
Mr. Mra
"Of unusual promise Is the picture as their place is Imporant. Experiment Station workers ad- Mrs. DIxon Thomas of Jack- i sandwiches, with hot coffee, were visiting in Jacksonville with relatives 1 children of Heilbronn Carl Sapp at
were goad
present trend to coordinated com : vise. sonville is Visiting her parents served. recently. of Mr. and Mrs. F S.
munity and county land-use plan- The fall trends In fashion andl I This plant is not palatable to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Starling. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hazen and Mrs. B. M. McRae and sons, day afternoon Sapp So-

ning. Here again the county Fabrics offer unusual opportunities family spent Sunday afternoon at Benny and Lynn, were visiting ,
livestock except when It is In the Friends of Mrs. Cella Prescott Mrs. Tate Crosby and Itt
Is in the thick of things for the homemaker who Camp Blandlng. Mrs. T. N Norman one day last
agent blossom stage and, ordinarily, is
will regret to learn of her serious Evelyn Crosby of Rising and lt:
wishes to dress her family eco- Mr and Mrs. Larson Mintz and
and the editor the
country puts unless other is
not eaten grazing
illness at her home here. week.Mrs. P. D. Reddish Heilbronntm
stories In the paper. nomically, attractively, and com- scarce. It Is very much In blossom daughter, Bobble were visiting W. F. Harnage spent a visiting Mrs. T N Normal is!
"Leaders of cooperative exten- fortably. Use cottons this fall, In sections of the 'rs. Mintz's parents, Mr. and few days last week with her son-
many Mrs. Eldon Sapp :Monday ilttt!
sion work face the future confI- and select patterns with moderately slate at this time, and farmers PINE LEVELBy Mrs. L. R. Gainey, over the week- in-law and daughter, Mr, and

dent .American farmers have theM full skirts and broad shoul Mrs II. M. McBae Mrs. B. M. McRae. noon.Mr.
should be careful not to allow end.The and( Mrs R L drawn
organization, leadership and creative derv sewing club met at the Mrs. H. L. Edwards and daughter -
s their animals access to pastures Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Wolfmeyer and son, Gene wl'l'e'IMlllnr Id/
whatever home of Mrs. J. K. Douglas Jewel, left Friday night for
to meet
ability where grazing Is limited and i Carter lit
TAG SALE SHOWS GROWTH of Galnesvlllei.were visiting Mrs.J. and Mrs. Roy Sunday
eventualities our national defense Tallahassee-Another Indicationof where It Is growing. R. Hall Wednesday. Tuesday of: last week. After the Ken)ucky, where they will spend ernoon at Hellbionnnialte ,
J requirements may bring about. In I business meeting an hour was some time with relatives.
state growth comes from reportof Loss of appetite, weakness, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRne and!
of our ia dem spent sewing. Miss Hazel Sapp of Starkewas
no people
group sale of automobile license diarrhea, and bloody nasul dis a date to. \isii l j.mrRn.
tags. Mr and Mrs. Paul Bridges of
ocratic faith and practice more The next meeting will be at the visiting her parents, Mr. and
During 1939 the motor vehicle department charge are some of the symptoms all "Store' on \\eilnc'Mlu. Thus
Starke recent visitors of
were home of Mrs. : Ix:
charged: with vitality and more E. C. >ng. Mrs. J. S. Sapp Thursday night.
reported sales of slightly of Crotalaria npeclubills poison- ;III-. and Mrs. H. M. McRae.B. day Friday or Saturday, kick
justified by their fruits. I I At the close of the meeting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanare
more than 400,000 with Ing. 30th and 31st and Nouemlevitand ''
I tags a
Cooperation of the editor with J. Stalling has completedhis refreshments of: pineapple salad, the proud parents' a baby wonhwhile
of 2nd. A MitlnK ps'
gross revenue
county and home demonstration $6. .917.17'1 j new home on, Crosby Lake crackers, and hot coffee were son, born Monday, October 7th. Sli!
For the first lit waiting for )
VANDERBILT and moved there with his family served by the hostesses.
agents Is appreciated not only byj The young man has been named \ of I I
1940, ending September 2 for 1'iit pike
the agents themselves but also by, Ry Miss| Velma Norman I last week. Mrs. Daisy Fisher spent last Gerald Gradon.Mr. the, Itnat
the people of the communities department sold 511,393 tags ( Mrs. E. P. Gay left Sunday to week-end visiting in Green Cove and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were plus )c. farprnifr't
with cash of Mr. and Mm. Horace Rosier Store
gross receipts $7- visit relatives in Jacksonville Drug
Springs with friends and rel- visiting In Jacksonville with relatives -
032 493. 40. Three months of and family of Gainesville were'
'tJ after spending a few days here atives. recently.Mr. .
Bradford Benefits this year remain as tagpurchasing guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ,
with her son-in-law and
daughter We are very sorry to report and Mrs. Arthur McRae I jorliev.. .
From W. P. A. motorists shoot at a new high Norman Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Hall.J. that Mrs. Lee Crosby is very ill. and J. W. Buddington of Starke Misery of "..

total for annual sales J. W. Knight and daughter R. Hall of Daytona Beach We hope she will noon be up were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. .,

!I Reviewed By Schroder Sandra, of Jacksonville are spent the week-end here with his I and well again. Norman last
county road system was accom- Monday night 0 f
spending some time here with Mr. family.Mr.. i Mr. and Mrs Grady Baxter of week.
plished through; the construction
More than $300,000 went directly and' Mrs. F. M. Norman. I, X666ataaa
f and Mrs. Warren
i Kelly Baldwin were relatives
the of Bradford and improvement of 62 miles' of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and c !
;, workers pockets result road drainage, which not only Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddish have moved to this section and I here last week. children of Rising were visitingat

I of the county Florida WPA's as five a served Its primary purpose but anti children of Vanderbilt were are living on the Kelly farm We :,' Royace Gainey spent the week- the home of H. L. Edwards tMLETS,SANE,N09
year welcome them here.
also aided public health conditions visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raiford
program of accomplishments, Reddish of Raiford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs A. F. Hall and '

in which excess required of $409,000 total expenditure, State Administrator Included In the highway construction Levy Norman of this sectionwas children of Jacksonville were 'troa13 1 J p )
phase of the WPA pro- visiting", J. M. Rosier of visiting relatives here Sunday.
Roy Schroder said Elder W. E. Hall of Green
In the WlOod\lL'wn\ Sunday.Mr. .
this week. gram county was the recently -
completed $100,000 project and Mrs. Wesley Loylesn Cove Springs; was calling on
Outstanding In the list of results
Six new public buildings have of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. friends here Saturday, on his way
was the construction of 104 been constructed by WPA workers and Mrs. J. H. Manning and fam- to Columbus, Ga., to conduct a
mites of roads and highways to
In the ily here Sunday. meeting.Mr a"P1
county and three others .
nerve' important rural also areas.WI'A have been Improved. This I included Mis Emmalyne Morgan of and Mrs. D. M. McRaeof h"
worker built 48
Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. E.:
two schools Starke was visiting here Sunday
new and Improvements ,
culverts with a combined length Lv
i afternoon. J. McRae of Waldo were recent '
of 1,733: feet und Improved an two others, the ,
additional 17 culverts. Further National Guard Armory at Starke, 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. L Renfroe visitors here. a. w 4r v '..rr
an addition to the Farmers' Mar- and son, Samuel of Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddishof < ; F
advancement of the Bradford
ket and the Graham school. were visiting S. J. Norman und Rising and H M. yMcRae were II I

of visiting relatives at Waldo Wednesday L J
Excess Acid causes A drainage program which Improved family Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. I
more than 11,000 acres and Mrs. H. L. Norman k
FREE Stomach "
't youpaMaof Mr. and Mrs R. M. McRae and I I
ue.r.f| Indl..Uon.BloaUnl wag another significant W P A and family of this I section attended i t r:
undertaking in Bradford church services in Ralford I children and Mrs. A. F. Hall were i
C.. Heartburn Belching, county I t.OOU
WPA,, allocations alone for Its Saturday. visiting relatives in Gum Branch Y .
NauMa, get a free sample of UDGA Markelee Alvarez of Vanderbilt Sunday
program In the county amounted rtw'r
and a I,.. interesting booklet atCARPENTI'R'M to more than $360,000, the Ad. and Mills Cosy Mae Casln of Ral- J. W. Hall spent the week-end I II///I j // !t F

: HKL'U STOIIK ministrator said for were united In marriage last with relatives in Jacksonville. ( 1a M'tiy l4.
weelt. Remember the services at Pine '

Levy and Frank Norman madea Level this week-end.

business trip to Jacksonvillelast


Miss Margie Reddish spent S. K. Jones rrd1O
'Thursday night of last week with

$1.50 : Mr. and lira Lloyd Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Goodge of l
1, Garbage Cans
Starke. Maxvllle were visiting here one WOULD YOU

IF ,): To Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard and day this week

; children of Fairbanks spent partof Mrs. Mary V a r n e a visited
9 5-8 Gal. 1.35 $3.00
last week here with Mr. and friends in Starke Wednesday,

Mrs J. H Manning and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal were

:i 15 Gal. 2.20 2-Hurner Mr and Mrs. Russell Norman visiting In Graham Wednesday CUT DOWN THE APPLE TREE?

r spent the week-end with relativesin afternoon.

26 Gal. 2.75 LOWBOY Jacksonville. Mrs W H. Smith ana daughter, !

OIL Everyone please l remember Joan are spending the week in

31 Gal. 3.00 STOVES church services at Water Oak Miami with her mother Mrs. R. You'll find a few bad apples To protect your right to drink good
: ; : 'this week-end. C. Weaver ;
in bushel such
a )
a'good wants
ones. That's
the beer the Brewing Industry
Mrs. Eaton: Brown and Mrs. J'I .
$4.95 I HIGHLAND C. Sapp were dinner guests with way it is with beer retailing] in America. anti-social retailers eliminated entirelyIt

ELECTRIC BULBS By Miss" UI"I tttmhrrly! Mrs. Mlra Dyal Saturday. I There are hundreds of thousands of has instituted a cleanup] or closeup" -
,V Mrs. Bob Warren and Mr. and in some
wholesome law-abiding in effect
Lillian Lavada Knight Infant Mrs. Mlllard Vames of Palatka beer retail] program-now

15 to 100 Watt : daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. M. were here on business Saturday t establishments that sell good beerstates and being extended.

T. Knight, died Thursday! night afternoon. the refreshing, appetizing beverage of We'd like to know about this
after a short illness. Interment Miss Mural Brown returned moderation. At we
i took place at Long Branch Cemetery home Sunday from Tampa where the same time, there is socially Important program. May

a .Rat111tS1zes ISc Friday afternoon at three she spent her summer vacation. a handful of- undesirable interesting fr"

/duality Each o'clock with the Rev. Ivan Bo- Mir. and Mr. Elisha: Drlggers of taverns. Unfortunately, these few bookletWriteUnited Brewers Industrial

hannan of Green Cove Springs Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. i law establishments Sir-
bring discredit East 40th
to ] Foundation 19
t conducting services. Varnes Sunday afternoon. I the entire beer
Surviving relatives are the par- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watkins,, of industry. New York N. Y.
o "Quality ents, two brothers. Edwin and Ocala were visiting Mrs. Mary I

i Walter, and one sister. Jean- Varnes Saturday and Sunday.Mr. to f Rrk.
'ette all at home and the grand and Mrs. Doc Warren were I'I "

K ,+ } HARDWARE CO. !i parents.of Maxvllle.Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin 'Willis dinner Dyal guests Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs \\1 i BEER. .. ti beverage of moderationBltADFORD 7!II"

i The following from here attended Camp Blanding Is booming and I'', c -.-
N a Phone 8 Fla. .
; : Homecoming at Long I the echoes can be heard In Sampson = ---z ===-0

1 1p'1 I Branch Church Sunday, : Misses City. 'tJ
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\Ve realize that we owe you a deep Although your stay with us will naturally

debt of gratitude, for without the skill ./ be short-lived, we want you to ,u

of your hands and the powers of your ( .s feel that'Starke is your real home, during 'I',.,:
minds this 20th Century Wonder of ) the next few months required for :,;,

National Defense-Camp Blanding- construction of Camp Blanding. We ,t:

could never come into being. It means ''y It want you to feel that you are warmly .'I
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more to us than we can tell to have _ welcomed here and feel free to enjoy :f
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the second largest training camp in our little town and the facilities it offers ;f}

the country located seven miles from to the fullest extent. When you .:

Starke, and we want you to know leave Starke, we hope it will be with a '

that we fully appreciate the part you feeling, that "There is a real town! I ,::ware ;'a i

playing in our good fortune. .,.' I enjoyed my stayr"i!
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Service Station Wholesome Meals Moderate Prices WANT IT TO BECOME FAMILIAR TOY 0 tJ .. ,
We Are Proud Of The Wonderful Patronage That :'i:
Has been Accorded Our Establishment By The EXPERT WELDING I':''))1'

Camp Blanding Personnel. To Show Our Appreciation FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY; SERVICE ';rr
We Will Continue To Serve The Best MealsIn

Money For Less 75c Town At The Most Moderate Prices. CONWAY'S SERVICE STATIONr--r!

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After Nothing A Hard Is Day's More Work TO OUR NEW FRIENDSTHE SPECIALS J""}"

One lOc Supersuds
When In Starke Make Our Store Your Head- One Bar Palmolive Soap, all for -*Oc'I
quarters For Automobile Supplies And All '
Electrical Appliances. Why Pay More For With the purchase: of 3 barn at the regular price 25c "
Buy It At Camp Blanding Automobile Tires When We Give You A Tire
2 Pounds A. B. C. Soda Crackers
Guaranteed For 18 Months At A Lower Cost? I\'
Special At 15c







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H. MUNDY, Prop. N. N. I'nEVATTl\Iana er


FOIl THE WONDERFUL BUSINESS YOU HAVE We want you to find in the Clar- We want you to find in the Clar-
BEEN GIVING US FOIL TilE PAST FEW Jean Shoppe a congenial place to Jean Shoppe a friendly place I IN A NEW
WEEKS. KEEP UP TilE GOOD WORK AND WE purchase smart clothes at a reasonable where you may reek advice on
WILL TRY MORE THAN EVER TO DESERVE No whether giving the little gifts that are HO
YOUR GOOD WILL BY DIVING: YOU TilE! BEST price. dear to every feminine heart. ,
THAT WE HAVE-IN SERVICE AND QUALITY. you come from the largest city: in Sheerest hose! lovely lingerie, and V-8
the land, we believe you will find things for the home-We have G
GOOD GULF GASOLINE that our fashions compare favorthem all and will be glad to assist u
ably with the best anywhere you in your selection. And. of IT WILL GET YOU THERE, SURELY
TAXI SERVICE Come in. Look around. Make course: last but not least, there SAFELY.: COMFORTABLY. QUICKLY. YOU
yourself at home. Whether you are flowers-The gift WILL FEEL: LIKE WORKING: WHEN: YOU
PHONE 15"Red" or not, we will enjoy meeting We deliver them in town, or wire GET THERE. AND YOU WILL BE RESTED
you and welcoming you to Starke. them out of town. BY TilE RIDE HOME IN TilE EVENING.

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foresee the in time to for it, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edwards! TILE II.
war prepare COLOyIAL .
Mrs. Leroy Roan all of Jacksonville CLASSIFIED ADS White HOTS
b The Bradford County Telegraph who refused to believe the reports of rearming : Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Oensel I Overflow Springs off "

.. _. abroad when there was still timeto and Milts! Guilda Marie Thede of Wives ot ')fflcera 1a

Entabllxhml, 1877 take action, are now competent to carry Atlanta Ca; Mrs. J, T. Moore. I FOR SALE.-Two.. house cars,' LOST-One male liver and white t.lon, rea80nable G'JOIt 1ItcQ&114 I.

Plant City; Mrs C. Y. Mayo accommodations f o rthree bird dog one fawn colored rooms IDea!,.
MEMBERRmn4PRESSASSOcIAT1& this Nation successfully! through a great sleeping fe The COlonial} lit
Miami Mr. and Mrs. Sparks.
; In each. Ready for Immediate male grey hound. Reward. bank" 01 th I 11 a
crisis. Tampa; Mrs. R. E. Starrs and I &
I line. Pate Service Sta Notify Maurice Edwards over'looklng oneSuouf '

"l ... Col. Lindbergh well knows, however, daughter. Welaka; the Rev and : tion. 1330 N. Marlon St.. Lake Starke, Fla. lip I mineral SPIIJIg5 the 1&:
?.otlda.II Mra. Whittle ey, Pamona; Mr. and I I 10-11 3tp 10-18 H In the ,
ti ;r ., that the President of a democracy must wait Mrs. Buddlngton. Mrs. Lee, and City "
:. L. BUMIieu" ._______.___ Editor and Owner of Middle- REAL ESTATE WANTEDSmalllake I -
for public opinion to back him up before he Effle Mae Barthlow STRAWBERRY PLANTS Illinois with surrounding ;;
i.. burg. I acreage liuild ;
SL'BSCKIITION RATE can hope for success in a matter of this It Is estimated that around 300 grown Missionary improved Pleas mall description, price I Residencf;
} Yearly _1.30; Six :Months 73o-Payable In Advance I Klondyke, Lady Cor- and terms to XYZ Bradford Mrs, T B
14'' t h kind. If President Roosevelt had asked to people gathered at the church during J2.50 Hendrix
and Blakemore per '
neille County Telegraph. Starke. land, Of
Ad ertl"li K Kate on Application the Flor, will build L
spend a billion dollars on defense a year ago day thousand. $22.50 per 10,000 I ida. 2tp to 1025.i .I on the Hemingway ,

k the American people would have howled him Anniversary Service Plants f, o. b. ANNA STRAWBERRY recently Propeq
r1i v + More "Sound And Fury" i I purchased '
The Rev. S, of NURSERY. Anna. Illinois ) on ,
; R. Skelly Lady STRAY MULE-Has been at m east corner, the 110
down and would not have considered Of
;. Congress
From Col.
: Lindbergh 10.114tp HIKhll'ay
k' Lake Is assisting Mr. Hazzard place four or five months. Red', South Street. U .
?Y 1 I Col. Charles Augustus Lindbergh one the matter, simply because it is human this week la a series of Anniversary SALE-Block 21 East Of I mare mule. Owner may have'I I on the propertyy The old buJj],,

t' b '' time American hero, not content with the nature not to believe a thing until you ; Services being held at the FOR railway town of Lawtey. (Ten- by paying keep and advertising I I I Colley's blacksmith tOl'lllerlll
t; X41... widespread and righteous disgust which see it. That is one of the weaknesses of I church every night except Sat- I I room dwelling two business costs.-Percy Starling, Route 2, recently Bill Sterol shop IUd.,
y urday. The Golden Jubilee Service the CIII1Q
Box 53, Fla. latter
: '' democracy in times of crises Hitler[ and lots, six vacant residence lots) Starke 10-18 2tp moved into Ii::
a greeted his "appeasement" speech of a few ; will be held Sunday morning I building acro, bll 'b

5. }" .. months ago, has! sounded off again via the Mussolini knew it, and counted it a big fac-II at which time all members i) on and corner KIngsley of East Avenue.State-Street J. L. GRANADA APARTMENTS 438 been demolished 8 the .t ;
air waves. tor in their favor. In their luckless coun- who have reached their Golden Harrell Lawtey, Fla. 10-18 3t East Orange Street Gainesville cleared. The new house I .
Jubilee year will be honored. be IItD
On the hand Col. tries they are not hampered by the need I Florida. Close In good loca- constructed on the
one Lindbergh presumes Bible Teacher at Baptist FOR SALE-Ford deluxe 1937 tion. .which' will>'> be

to criticize the means by which we of waiting for public endorsement. The Rev L. W. Enfield, Bap- model. In good condition. $350 Second floor business bUildln, I'elll'rvettGl\
apartment-Living .
tist returned !! but
has to
e { prepare for national defense, and on the Fortunately, Col. Lindbergh's popularity cash.-Mrs. Neta Johnson room screened! sun porch two built further II1D
Lawtey from Tampa where he assisted Flit east onNOTICE South'lhlM
r rA' other hand tells us that we need have no in the United States today has sunk to sucha In conducting the Florida Hampton. Itp bedrooms dinette kIt chen.

'" trouble at all if we are smart and "cooper- miserably low ebb that his speech' will be Bible Institute. He announces FOR SALE--Delicious! Kelfer I decorated.bath garage. Completely re-
that Dr V. C. Kelford, noted 50c bushel.Mrs. L.
a-e" with Germany after she has gorged to Candidate Wendell Willkie whom : pears, per
no help Other smaller'
: Bible teacher will speak at the C. Smith Graham, Fla. It apartmentsOnebedroom
a +1 1j 1, heritlf: like cannibal on her sister coun- he evidently seeks to favor. In fact, we 'Lawtey Baptist Church Saturday I living room kitchen- furs hn,,*;";. InndWi.uul.landlna .10. ,

i 1 rgi r I'dta of Europe. It is difficult to follow his would not be at all surprised to see Mr. night at T:30: Sunday morning at FOR SALE-Furnished Five I house ette, bath. FurnlHhed. nHer and ,,,".;, .'. .>".,
t 11 o'clock, and bargain. rooms Also Mnlhlh .
Sunday night at I second floor unfurnished well-knoax, ( N"1rn .
''l + reasoning. Willkie publicly renounce the Lindbergh sup- 7:30.: Dr. Kelford will be accompanied Sell furnished or unfurnishedat apartment new, modern very Itoae. \t. 1111'hrlelia1' 10..,,., e..tltooo
b a'' Col. Lindbergh also, without mentioning port as he did that of the obnoxious Father by the Inntltute trio once by owner. Address desirable 10-18 2tpLAFFITOFF t"rlll form as 1M fur n.nrh .."II.... .

sny names, but with thinly veiled intimation Coughlin several weeks ago. After all, it is whose singing will be an added J B. S. cio' Bradford County .. ,'h.I"lIlIn d the, "1I"u".n u., Inlna i,,,. ,..."
Telegraph. Itp -- or ,,
feature of these The narsl
w, blarney President Roosevelt\ for the little to a candidate's credit to have the support trio vxte ,,. bh". a?
will also !sing| at the Methodist !
L>w ebb to which our national defenses had of men who have been charged with Church Sunday morning. FOR room RENT-In furnished Gainesville house prac-five- 110.Fterr;old un....","". IYd,

sunk in the )past\ few years. lie says, "We being, wittingly or unwittingly, leaders of tically new, nice neighborhood. trnrri,,. 1"11.and .10.are.fur.h.,t'lot.. ,

&'i. question that the men who were unable to Fifth Column activity in the United States.Homecoming RESOLUTION SCOIUNC Write P. O Box 411, Gaines- IIU"\U. : \t'\1\0'1't .dHll, efAa:
a ,w PARTY( BOLTERS I ville. Day phone 100 night OMpk/ \G and .')" VrVulV!
.I foit*i S f ii,' J.1:! I
'. ; ,;,\\\'flt; \ : 737-W. Itp toting' ;'
: { '" charge of decorating the church.I ., I (Continued from one) Prohibition !' ,",.I"OIl
.; ; \ I ; page itIGIII' 'I U VV, :
!: t I : } Big Event don't know where she got so FOR RENT-Seven-room house to Jay I it Es: lit: "0.:. 1Ir Fax,' Mt
''' 'I l In.t t" .
\ 'I /t
\ 1'1 but the otr nigh' II. _
"i"I'\ !I:, many place wa I some permanent party E. E.
''iJ!:. '"Ji,1>>'..S','i'h",!{. y"". ; F At Lawtey' M. E. Church certainly beautiful." Mrs. Thede resolution SOLVED that be furnished a copy each of this and i Wa. dln. Bud din i g ton. Ave., hxrlFrIn ."
Waldo Fla. ".1"
Itp |110.|
'. k.!!" ''f,:, ,' every Member of the Board of Fb"
I j When Aunt Mary luau stepped lighted candles Mr. Hazzard gave the Ladles County Commissioners and School run bv tined| frnrllliiK "'"
I by fifty and Aunt FURNISHED LAKE COTTAGESon I In the ,
hiiii ,
from an 'automobile In front of Mary Todd was given the honor Aid the lion's share of credit for Board of this County and to the Santa Fe Lake, Electric II "f the in.1,1 1101111., .. ?,' I. ?,
the mellowed old Grace Methodist of blowing them out"The the success of the day. "Icouldn't t Members of the City Council of lights running water. Inquire If Hie fart, ihl. lwhper Ihfh.|

Church at Lnwtey last Sun- high esteem In which Mrs. have been done without the City of Starke both incumbent F. H. Lewis Santa Fe Beach I rent of nil ,,?,, rte._
{ ; dwaa morning nucces of the day Todd Ls held in Lawtey wan again them he said. "They did most and to be Incumbent the Earlton, Florida five I miles poll., the .""",.,. ?( twrnmllilntro

assured. demonstrated when Mlsa Adel of the work and financed the first of next year and to all other east of Waldo 4t to 11-10 sal hrmfwprlutvtl ',
Nearest Dlnklnw, necessary repairs and painting 1 in officials ui thr bolls,,,
thing to a patron saint wearing a 60-year-old or City who poss )?
that the town of Lawtey can' drem! that had belonged to her preparation for the event. ess the power of employment.AND FOR RENT-furnIshed house on This guardian with him, mil >(h....

boast thla charming, 93-year-old I great grandmother, present ed Interesting History BE "FURTHER: RE- Lake Bedford. 10 miles south every IIT: >' one nln. "axle'
broadened Laffit
lady had come from Jacksonville Aunt Mary with a bouquet of An Interesting feature of the SOLVED that this resolution be of Starke on Road 28. See A. flat Off. wid tmilt. r,4)Iliiuur mush miller iier.lnl riinlriil. ,ola>k..
to Join the celebration of the flowers. Carrying her 93 years day was the history of the church published in the 'next issue of O. Andreu Starke, it A ire/com rlde- for llnhxi.n kr vrlllut, >k?i
fiftieth anniversary of the church with amazing vitality, Mrs.' Todd which was prepared and read by the Bradford County Telegraph. 11 I"I for||I lot t.irrnnr the nnnir ul J. llm'
FOR you agre.-- end thr ..
a Uuit aha helped found. made an Interesting and witty I. H. Hill, a member since child- The Bradford County Demo- RENT-Three well-furnIshed Our !' *'' I'rlre fur l'.Idola l |ar.
Yomplf.Cov.rop. .
d It wan Mary Todd who sang the'Irat after-dinner speech in which she hood. He concluded. his remarks, cratic Executive Committee: rooms, men only. Apply Gulf Policy /HnbHoti.IIIMI. 'I'he. inner hrhua'

song, "In The Garden," on described her work with the choir saying; "For many years this By; W. B. Alexander. Chairman, Station, Lawtey, Fla it

the first Sunday morning that and other church activities In the church, was the only one In the Nolla D. Middleton. Vice- I.THREE VACANT for t.uternnri. J.ahn

I urvlceg were held In the new earlier" days. community. It was attended by, Chairman. N. Smith APARTMENTS210 St., HAROLOC.WALL 1 For Klerluri: c f, Prtn
} I church half a century ago. It ( iantltle.* of hood members of all denominations who Mrs. Mana Wiggins, Fla. Phone 9193. Free ,
d printed Inmmrtln'
was Mary Todd. who laid out the The Rev. Herbert Hazzard who lived In the town and surrounding Q.. P. Wadsworth, each furnished completely rooms with I,. nail from the ('"aal, no i

plan for street In Lawtey and came from New York state a country. In later years a Baptist -; C. .B. Roberts' electric ice box. Individual heat -GENERAL INSURANL i mnn_>lr". Jrnnlt Tkmtp

1 who planted many of the oak year ago to take charge of the Church was erected taking II J. M. Alvarez,' hot and cold water you HAVE Htarke.
treea that now give the town Its church waa amazed at the quantities care of its membership but the J; L. Harrell, bath, private entrance. _private PLEASE PHONE

quiet and peaceful ,charm. No of food that filled five tableson two churches have always worked Mra. Pearl' 1" G. Carradlne, Nellie Philllpa Mrs. (Paid PuUII,'a' Ad)
1 wonder members of the church the church lawn at noon time In perfect harmony. Ministers Mrs.' Th 'll. F. Brown 10.18 2t T

were thrilled when they saw Aunt "You southerners certainly know have at times exchanged pulpits) !! da'Hasan,

Mary step from the automobile how to prepare a picnic spread" for a service and a spirit of good C. Sulllviln.!

last Sunday morning.) he remarked. !"Up north at an will has always prevailed." M e Green, .

Mm. Todd Honored affair of this kind we would bringa The anniversary sermon was E. A. Sapp, Secretary, LOOK' Ample
"Success of the Homecoming few sandwiches and maybe a preached in the morning by the and treasurer. !

exceeded our fondest dreams" was covered! dish but here!-there Rev H. C. Hardln, district superintendent -

the way Mrs. R R. Thede, a were whole baked hams and Zoning Discussed Parking Spa

prominent member of the church cakes and pies that weren't even Besides Mrs. Todd, the follow
;} described the event, "People were touched 1 Chicken plleau fried ing were among those who : At Rotary Club

d? here from all parts of the state chicken-everything you can Imagine. I tended the Homecoming from at-// GROCERIES
r.. j and as far away an Atlanta, Ca" The women brought food ,of-town: Mr and Mrs John Love O. C. R. Stageberg Gainesville

t't .he continued. "We had a beautiful by the hamper full!" Wilkes Mr. and Mrs. J. L. nrigrgn.( architect who recently opened a Sugar
1 three tiered birthday cake, "Mlsll Enza Blanchard had Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edwards branch office In Starke. spoke be- | Maxwell House
fore the Rotary Club. here Wednesday 5 Pounds 1 2
I HMMM MBB _feMM- --_Mk.flraV I fttreaaing the need of a Coffee Lb.
carefully I 11 ,
r" prepared zoning plan
for Starke In view of the

VISIT OUREnlarged rapid growth of this expected// 10 Lbs. No. 1

"It Is safe to say that Pure Ground

three years from now Irish Potatoes 13c

Store be four or five times Its!! presents J Coffee Lb.
& FJ size,' Mr. Stageberg said. "In' ,

*>Mlrs / view of this expected phenomenal/ r
*/ MODERN growth it Is vital that a zoning Fancy Yellow
UP-TO-DATE plan be adopted in order to pro- GuaranteedFlour

tect present property values and Onions, 3 Lbs. 9 C 69i

Nk_ I \ NEW STOCKS ARRIVING DAILY Insure desirable the's" developing along WBiB_ 24 Lbs.

The speaker stated that rapid

FALL & WINTER SUITS growth in seldom well-planned Fancy
-i TilE FAMOUS and said that If new Industries I Pillsbury

are allowed to locate In Bananas, 4 Lbs.: 13 C 74i

STETSON tial sections It will reslden-'I 1 Flour, 20 Lbs.
Tailored age the value of these

i AND TCIIISON HATS I He urged that a zoning

1 MOST POPULAR HATS TOP .I j Immediately adopted "before it istoo MEATS
A .late,"
1 ON THE MARKET l i Swift's Sliced

a COATS lI I, Don't mlMM-thin" 1| Orf Good Tender
copper| (01.I.ur-
TO R h }unity. Only during the ICe"..II Bacon, Lb C 1 2 l
I ,
3.50la OIUGIXAI .9.
One Cent Sale can' Beef Stew, Lb.
L 15.95 you net twit regular 81U'! purk-( |
age for the. price) of one plu i
All I only Ic. 250 bargains to (choose)'
The New 5.00 ;. from. De mire to get! the big 1page 32c Wisconsin 21.

Fall Color UP Sale Sheet 4 (Jig l>a'II., Butter, Lb.

UeUnewluy'. ")'. Friday, und l Cheese, Lb.
Saturday October 30th
and 3Ut
a I'mid l Notrniher. let. and 2nd at I

Due To Increased Busi- Store.Carpenter's the Kexall l mg SCRATCHFEED Tuxedo Feeds

TAKE NOTICE THAT 1933 Chv.rolwt 1 89 2.H(

ness Our Prices Have S-rlul' foupB'No.' SHA10S-14020.Engine. No. ,3271063 hearing, .

!MotorVhlrlfl Tall' No. U-.1K7H. with
an apprnlxrii. vain of l less thAn tl-
Been LOWERED\ Instead ((100, was .retard l In Brartfnrd County, Peanut
Florida, October 9, ID40, for b.lnlle > }HoRSE
Html I In the violation of Section POULTRY DAIRY ANIFEEDS
9 Chapter 19301. IJIWP of 90
fitis and that It IM the Intention; Hay, 100 Lbs. C
Of Raised See Us Before of Thou. W. Lana Director. Slat
-- Hoveraito t>"|mrt ment of Florida Fuot1tluJ
Tallahassee, ,
to veil the O: Toomer .
property ahov described \!
at public I
ale In front nf the Court House I Lay TRY OUR STRAWBERRV
Buying Men's Shoes at Htark. Florida. .t 10.00: A. \01
} on November 20. "40. 2 EXTRA LOW PAIGE-iSh \N
.t E ; Florida Th. Mtat re"Bvverar.rv... the Department right to r'1\.1 Mash 4.5 NEIGHBOR WHAT RESULTS I IT

Jort any and all bid. GIVE
: i And Clothing.J All p.r.on. claiming' any rlKht or
interest In or to wail property or
any part thereof are ": requlreA
to appear and ::. iy.: such(
rlalma within thirty (30) day. from

I the thin date notice of at the provided first publication for by 8ecChapter of S. R.
tins >*. 1.301. Iawa nf JOHNS SO
Florida. 1 U9. to the State Beverace.: &
Department .
STARKE FLORIDA of Florida at Tatla-
'' t} ha *ee, Florida, or all ouch rlchta,

The Dependable Store Established 1891 and erty interest hall ...,.In*. und and to. .said. .proP-I
ills Thou. W Phone
Director Stnte Beverape'! Depart 4S Near Depo
! Of Florida.10-1 Taltahaimee.fti U-li !rt MBB MMJMa S. A. L.
M i
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