Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 1, 1940
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Mill Levy i r' "Before" School Districts Election Next Ti lesday I

'r- ; Vote To MergeAction AmendmentsTo

reed On County ., 3 Will Make It's Easy To Vote Your ChoiceNo 6

For More Equal voter, should experience' any difficulty In voting for

for Assessor) Must Revise T a x Rolls ___ Tax DistributionFour the President. of, his choice next Tuesday. If you wish to Constitution

That Had Already Been Accepted vote' for K
Bradford County tax: the INt. If you chooseVlllkle, rfieck the last M>ven. However -
Commissioners t\I
By County school districts Monday approved. If amt insist on knowing their nnme, here they' area: Demand AttentionOnly

I their consolidation In a special DKMOCKATICl:: UF.I'I'UUC.\NI
E. W. Hayes Monday reopened
aunty Tax Assessor election by a vole of 49 for and Paul Appltnl Bernard "'. Carey' Two Democratic i

10 tax roll and with the help of two assistants begana 'I 17 against the pro poult Ion. Only Frank U. Itonllnu II. S. Courtney Nominees :

10 mill levy on every homestead in Bradford free holden were qualified to Wallace N. Keith I'aUIn II. Draper

,., The levy was ordered by Judge Louie Strum of 1,I ., vote In the election and the four John Knight w Roger \'. KloryMiilcolni Have OppositionAl

;iiited states District Court: in Jacksonville to satisfy districts affected are Theressa, MrClellan Howard Gibbon I''

of $7,600 judgement for $5,000 worth of defaulted Hampton, Cason. and Brooklyn, Lewis \{'. Tel leu' 'ay A. M. Hill hough Bradford County'sIloomv'40 i

s a bonds and interest and costs. The 10 mill which are districts: one, two four, Ray Srldvn Klla It. Miller has largely detracted
board from the attention that It might
and seven respectively.In ___u__
lead levy, the maximum app school order for the consolidationto otherwise be accorded, the fact

purposes: is expected to raise oximately $2,809 carry It was 'necessary for the Democratic Rally Saturday NightT. remains that next Tuesday, No-

ar measure to be approved in each vember 9, Is General Election t

r Hayes had completed the roll the county commisad district Individually The vote Frank Landrum. president of the Young Democratic Day. A total of 4,226 voters (the S '

approved the assessments and a copy had been was: Club of Dradford County, announced yesterdaythat largest number in history) Is

the Comptroller's office in Tallahassee. On Septeman "After" UIM. Jual.. Forguln t an "old-fashioned rip-snortin' Democratic rally qualified in this county, but If II

j order was served on the tax assessor by the 1 36 18 17 will be held here Saturday night at 8 o'clock on the 60( percent ((2.500)) turn out at
; the It will be conwldered a"heavy"
I States District Court ordering him to add the levy, 4 2 98 2.23.3 0 0 corner by Carpenter's drug Store. Thin Is the first polls vote In this solidly Democratic -

the books had been completed, the Commissioners 1 7 6 0 rally to, be held here during the present campaign and stronghold where nomination

'n tight enforcement of I local speakers have been storing up a lot of good oratory In the May primaries U

er'hi year and Instructed to have the revised books In the Totals 143 49 17 in preparation for the occasion. Among those tantamount election..

uorney, Marcus F. Brown. hands of Tax Collector C. A. Actually the measure carried by expected to be heard are: Congressman Lex Green, Of course, this \\a a "presiden

an answer to the court Knight today, November 1, Today one vote due to the fact thnt had State Senator Charley E. Johns Judge A. Z. Adklns tial" year, and many voters will

and attempt to make It taxpayers can begin paying there been one more vote cast Clerk of the Court A. Thomas, and others. All good turn out solely for the purpose ,

e on next year's tax roll. 1940 taxes and will receive a against the consolidation In district Democrats are urged to turn out. of registering their preference In ;

Ing was held Tuesday of four percent discount by settlingup one, Theressa, the Issue chief executives Then too there 1

eek and Saturday a con- this month. If collections of would not have carried are six proponed amendments to

on of the previous order the bond levy are good the judge H' wea All of the four tax districtsare I the Constitution of the State of ,

ved on Hayes, who had no ment will be satisfied In three In the southeastern sectionof Col. Kelly Discusses Florida that must be accepted or

live but to revise the tax years. The corrections will be the county and consolidationwill rejected. 0,
written in by hand, Mr. Hayes mote fairly distribute the Effects Of Camp Blanding In add Ilion to the "big" ballot, i
resulted from the deaf "If the I
order> tald. changes were type- tax burden, will simplify bookkeeping Bradford Countlans I

< the Federal Court In a written ns are the other amounts I p'. and most Important of handed small '

n which RyanSutherlandmpany we would have to make a com- i all will wipe the slate clean of a "Soldiers do not like to feel that they are being chargedmore I register a their approval 'I'Iwill

> holders of $5.000 plete new set of books which deficit In the number two (Hampton for an article simply because they are in uniform. proval of the proposal

of a $25.000 Bradford would take until about January ) district fund and leave the Therefore, I would like to advise Starke business men against I the County Board of

Board bond Issue In de- 1. This would seriously delay new district with fl.S70.80 in the raising prices when Camp Blanding i is occupied I late in i I tees Thla Is not an
ought to force the Schoolto collection o flaxes, taxpayers bank. I "
November ballot, but IH being
pay principal Interest would lose their discounts, and r The June 30 school audit showed candidates'I
determine the '!
would It was Col. H. II. Kelly, pleasant!' soft-spoken com-
aU amounting to $7,600. the collection percentage
> I districts one, four and seven with people If the
ommlssloners with Mr. drop seriously" he explained. j the following respective credit mander of the Camp speaking before the Rotary Club at
proved, a local bill
were made parties to the Homeowners in Rising district, Nettles balances In the district funds: its regular luncheon here Wednesday noon. It was a dis- troduced Into the
Ralph hefty Tornado that heard the discuss Uland-
Brown said "The tinguished leathering speaker
homey $1.033.75. *1,650.05.and, 207715.
until Saturday tax free lure providing for
wh9 were exhibiting his
ls cheerfully
the guard and its inevitable effects Starke for officials
suit arose through The audit showed district two ing on city the board.
in his streamlined haircuts ,
first time recent
for the of the
of the School Board fort I Hampton with a debit (over- heads of the police department, and other l leading citizenshad
been so. popularon Only two Republican
tory, will find they now have to that have
to make the
years drawn or In the hole) balance of been Invited to attend "
B. H. S. football squad have their names on the
__i for Raying the Interest pay a one,cent, tax_ on"every, dollar 309015. After_,.U1. credit bal- meeting.
thclosecropped Cutting" ticket all others. withdrawn y
The having
this boys say "Clear ,
season I'
toe/pal"/ Tftt" the "bonds In "of evaluation. Homesteaders .
ances-In three of the districts are "I do not speak In an unfriendly '
i style helps to cut early, In 1he campaign.Congressman .
i as they came due." In other districts will find a like!! used to pay the overdraft in attitude." Col. 'Kelly continued, Denounced
down "wind resistance" and that Lex Green Is op-
Hayes stated he expected amount added to their tax bills. j I Hampton district a substantial "but am simply telling you what
trimming in the barber chair pOlled by Republican Francis M
I la balance of $1,57080 remains. has happened In other towns Wednesday's was a double-bar
helps to prevent a trimming Vfcllale. and Railroad Commissioner -
It is only fair, it was) pointedout where merchants have yielded to reled program at the Rotary
We Another Year : the gridiron. Well they've won W B. Douglas by Republican
Begin districts four and the temptation of unfair profits.As Club here with -
: three tied one and lost one this that one I' enough Rood ma- B. George Griffith All other
seven assume the overdraft In soon an the men realize they terial for at least two regular
Benson-and, after all, it's teaulta party nominees chosen In the primary -

I'ith this issue the Bradford County Telegraph begins''that count.Airport, Hampton district because Hllmp-I are being without Imposed upon organizedboycott' they meetings. are unopposed. t
I I ton was the only district .quietly, any Second half of the time alloted "!
ii'd Fit Amcnd'nwntu
year of continuous publication. I take their cash to other
four with a n operating white
for speakers was used by Frank
Mablished in 1877 the Telegraph's venerable press trade centers where it l is I more The six constitutional amend-
Included school to which the others were Heywnrd, Jr., forester with the
ments to be voted on are as follows -
iven birth to 3,224 weekly issues, comprising a total sending their children. appreciated. Southern Pulpwood Conservation

t of some 3,000,000 Three trustee for the new con- Unchanged By I'nlfornut :
papers.rue I I Association/ to discuss ono of No.1. -To abolish ad valorem
these'figures are not exactly staggering when In solidated district were elected and I Col. Kelly tainted a picture of Bradford, County's moat Important taxes upon property for State

red with the miracles of publication wrought by our Survey are W. II. Griffin Lynn Hall, Starke two or three months from cropstimber, government purposes including

city dailies, but they represent more hours of toil, of I' and R. M. Mersey The mllliigewaa now that U hard to visualize untilIt The evils of "clear cutting"pulpwood the one-mill now levied for pub-
Field set at 7 mills. Prevlouttly Is actually "On week-
Starke Among seen.
ht, of joy, and sorrow than any one not directly con- were vividly Impressed lic school The present State
the levy In each district had been end: soldiers will swarm your
will ever know Few In Florida on Rotarians by means of actual levy, 3 5-8 mills, produces about
I 10 mills and the new levy will streets: until It Is possible that
ut so much for meaningless statistics. I Iteing Considered photograph" showing denuded U,2 0OOO annually. .
save taxpayers three mills for the there will be two or three men
areas where no provision No Authorizes the creation
'hat really matters is that the Telegraph has seen' next two years.In In uniform to every civilian. You waa
airport mnde for re-seeding. Mr. Hey. of a parole commission whose
B grow from a village of wooden sidewalks and muddy : That Starke's municipal a special meeting Wednesday will find them, on the whole
ward stressed the fact that
duties would be established
be by
Is coming to regarded as every
s to a thriving town that now shows promise of bios- j in Wash morning the School Board canvassed (orderly, law-abiding American one loses when this I wasteful the Legislature. This amendmentdoes
increasing Importance
g into a prosperous city. We have come, with Starke,|, ington D. C. was evidenced this the'voles and declared the citizens, no better and no worse method Is practiced. The pulp not repeal the present State

rh all the ups and downs, from the freeze of the 1890'8depression week when Congressman R. A. I election carried. The Board will than the same number of civilians mills lose a potential source of Pardon Board composed of the

of the 1930's. And now we stand, with I I Green was advised that the Civil hold Its regular meeting' Monday "Putting a man In uniform future supply and the landowner Governor and four cabinet officer .

on the brink of the biggest adventure of them all-' Aeronautics Authority has selectedIt l does "not change his moral standards loses a steady Income that might .*, nor does it take away any

rn of the wheel of fate that made our community the)! as one of five airport In the Fair Col. Kelly stated "lie Is be realized if proper cutting of the Pardon Board's powers
County the same 'mtlnt' or 'sinner in the
methods were used. No. -Authorizes
f national detraining Second Congressional District to equal distribution

Camp Blanding the country's largest
Army that he was In civilian life.
be surveyed and considered for "Only scrap tree should be cut among the counties of
center. I development under a recent appropriation Your local, police will have the for pulp," the speaker said. "In money raised by taxes on parl-
lIst what lies ahead for Starke, no man can know, but!! of $40,000,000 for development Being Planned cooperation of our military police thla way the strongest healthiest I mutuel wagering and admissions
speculate But whatever it be, to whatever, In dealing with Infractions of the '
upon. of airports throughoutthe tree may be left for the Raw 'to horse and dog racing and jal
s we soar, we are proud to know that the Telegraph' United States Its territoriesand American Legion law he said. mill or for turpentining. After alal e tablitthmenls.No. .

e there, sharing the good with Starke, as we did in ponsesslons. Will For When It comes to conceiving they have been turpentined, then 4--Provides< for the ap- r'
Apply the of that will
om of '26, or taking the ill, as we did in the post-war The airport here has been Included amount money they may be sold for pulp, givingthe pointment of a seventh justice to
be In this
released section through
99 Year CharterThe the maximum the Florida Supreme Court which
e of 1920 I on the priority list offleld.i owner revenue
the channels: of Camp Blending,
Editor In Florida, from his stand.! now hall six justices.No. .
enry Beetle Hough in his book "Country ; to be surveyed
Joncs-Langford-Whlte Post Kelly admitted that he was -Extends the terms of
ted our this occasion when he wrote: after which final determinationof loan Mr. Heyward also itresMed! the
feelings on j I of the American Legion will apply .t a to grasp such figures. commissioners from two
that after the extent and character of r great amount of timber that I.I is county
it reflect ,
gave me a queer feeling to on November 30 to Circuit $!t2,000INltI'ayndl to four providing for
Final yean yearn
will be made.
years of work in the only lifetime I have on earth, my'al Improvements of the sites will be made Judge A Z. Adklns for a charter "At the end of December the I spoiled by fire. "In Florida alone the staggering of their term, and
below is (election I of the "Brad soldier will around 7OOO,000 acres of pine are burned
value in this competitive experience a giving It the name payroll run giving the Legislature control
of "
board composed represen- each
by a year, he suld. "More than
ford fair a million dollars a month, he
and County
dge of people, of
of the names and relationships tatives of the Army, Navy, and twice as much timber It wasted over the number commission:
said. "At the end of It
Talk of Inc., granting the authority for January district In the
ames of houses in small community. county, now limited -
Departments. In
one Commerce thin way than Is cnnnumad by
will reach million half
the Legion Port to sponsor an an- a and a the constitution to five.
V' specialization! Country editors are specialists in to end It will reach all the pulp mills now In operation by
nual fair, according a legal no- eventually a No. 6-Kxtends: to widow
) every
Every paper is as different from every paper Guy Alvarez tice published In this Issue of the peak of two million dollars every property tax exemption up to
ry town is other town. Instead: Members of the Club
different from every Buried HereGuy Telegraph. thirty day.'PWhen Rotary $500 assessed valuation. The
ng qualified in a profession it seems to me that I'I A. J. Thomas, finance officer of the Camp Is fully occupied were Invited to attend the pulp present constitution limits such

taken root in a place. Yet why not? To each there, Alvarez. 47, .a native of the Legion, stated the organization the food bill will run $25- wood cutting demonstration which exemption to widows who have

be> some particular spot on the surface of the globe, Sturke died Monday In a vet contemplated staging a fair!000 a day Col. Kelly said. "Perish was held yesterday on the II. F, dependent families. The amendment -
early In December In cooperation I)able goods will be bought on the Williamson tract five miles this U related the
rejoiCe that this is mine. eran's hospital In Atlanta. He not to homestead -
I Ir bad been 111 for the past two with the Boy Scout. and Bradford nearest market where they may Ride of Gainesville on Road 13. tax exemption.
High School. The fair will be obtained reasonably,' ha declared Mr. Heyward, whose headquarters

To Speakabernacle Opens Parts Service i years display Bradford County farm In discussing the opportunities are In Atlanta served a year

Mr. Alvarez was born here products and, If sufficient InterestIs that this vast new outlet here ten years ago under Forester Attention,
P. H. Hasklns. Jacksonville I March 14, 1893, the son of Gideon
manifested livestock and poul- presents to growers of this L. Wyman. DrafteesIf
truck parts dealer,|and Florence Alvarez and had
automobile try, a* well as school handicraft section.

\Vm. Feller, exiled Russian this week opened a used car and : lived in JackMJnvllle since 1914 and other exhibits.: There will be Among the most acute problems 26 Black Widows{ they cttn h., prepared) by

I' 114 l to be the special truck parts lot Just north of the where he was enmployed an a prizes for all classifications, Mr. following In the wake of the the (seal! Draft Hoard In time.
salesman. During
at the Tabernacle Friday limits on Road 13, and used laundry supply Mr. .Alvarez Thomas added The tentative location mammoth development, the i The biggest black widow spider The Telegraph will next week'

urday nights. It will be I city and truck parts tires auto i the World War with the motor of the fair grounds Is just speaker stressed the housing haul on record was made by Fred publish the Order Number and
k""f l I car Itema are for, nerved In France I west of the If. H. S. athletic filed. shortage and the Inadequate road S. Dodd 0 f Mldlakes recently Herlal Number for all county
< and other then
that and since
his wife and glass Is In the market : transport division The charter asks permission to fjcllltles. The latter will be when he captured a mother and draftee This. should be avery t
of The lot in the American
his children were her sale. and trucks, also,I has been active exist for 99 years limits its In- partly taken care of by the new 25 of her young In a wasp's nest valuable and Interesting

'IlIIe ago. They are known ; for used cars states The new Legion organization. debtedness to $5,000, sets IU 100-foot two-lane highway now at his filling station. The black Issue of the Telegraph a n d
Mr. Hasklns Funeral services were held maximum real estate ork the eve of construction from widow Is considered
"Fetler Family Orchestra." I under the name of"Hasklns' holdings atl I the most eaten copies may be obtainedat
Ildren' business goes Parts." Wednesday morning In the Key- 100000. All legion members are tile south side of Klngaley Lake poisonous o f North American our office <>r at news stand

this will\ not accompany Auto I I McCabe chapel In Jacksonville, to be members of the association Into Starke. But the housing spiders. In various parts of town

ta trip, because they and Interment was In Crosby and legion officers will also be problem Is still unsolved he said.

p school. Recent Births I fMr. Cemetery near Starke.Mr. the officers of the association. Officer Urine Families '
tler Is Shooting Gallery- Marriage Licenses
a very earnest H. Wil Alvarez waa married 20 "Around 10.000 officers will be
preacher: and Mrs. George
"' cution of has endured Hampton boy, October IS.Mr years ago to Miss Dixie West, New River ServicesThe stationed at Blanding and a large A Pruitt shooting gallery was The following marriage license:

government. the present liams. and Mrs A. C. Bryant who survives him, and other survivors percentage of them will want to opened here Tuesday night on the have recently been Issued by

they His experts girl. October 21. are three daughters one Rev. H. M. Tillman will bring their families I Into this vacant lot south or the Orange County Judge E. K. Perryman:
he Interest are related com- Penney and Mrs. Owen J. Howard, ,son and three brothers. Claude conduct services at the New area" Col. Kelly stated. "The Blossom Cafe. The Gallery was Osgood D. Kersey and Mary

' hear and respect of Mr October 26. 'and Oscar Alvarez of Jacksonville River Baptist Church Sunday government assumes absolutely no moved here from Jacksonville Malnui. October 8.

J them.aelvel them. All are urged Starke. boy.Mrs. Theador O. Cook. !'and Joseph Alvarez of Greenville, morning, November 3, at 11 o' responsibility for this situation, Beach and this week 1 s being Frank Strickland and Daisy

to hear of the oppor- Mr. and October 23. '9. C clock. (Continued' on page eight) ,managed by Howard Smith. Sutton. October 12. ).
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: r Steady Passenger I ,why dock the A. M prayer. nn November of said 8th petition 1940, \ ,.,,,." ,\

t ji Bob Jones i Clipped .should not b* granted and Halt. S,., "
I bonds validated and "11 -, .It
confirmed .
by. ti.,
'' '' '
Call for Red Cross Recruits I decree of said _
[ 1940 court and why taxes 11 1 .l, ',. ,I" ,, 'I'u,,
: should not l>, levied to pnv saul. I / 'J'I., ,;
the >
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COMMENTS: I a., ., bands In accordance with the II '" ,.
proI "
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::4 ) IIKKKAFTEK: ';, III1I.KU S.\1I) 1 vlnl.,n. of the cnnnHtutlon end laws d"'I''',,,",,". ", h..' Uh"uoh I
I I at the State
Florida un.Vhe..aa ... \'' \ I" "
II I '(1w' : Slowly and reluctantly we have I \ by Maid Order the mild I I",., ",..1 I",\ .. J, "" 0,11I1. I
.. ( Ifourt, did direct the Clerk of Hnlil ,,1."t"1 "r, iI.) 11-1', \.4, '
.. What i Is the best thing I can'I i come to the conclusion that the (rvmrt to make and publish thin Cr,,,,, Ih i ,., II '," ... \,,.

I do for my God ami. my country I) existence of the United States I I I Notice NOW.; THRHEFCmB: NOTK'R IS 'I 011)1 J_ "I" ,' ,, 01 r "f,I<,.;u

J. In I this' time of world crisis" will be in. constant Jeopardy as |I I IHEUKHV 1VKN: TO TuB TAX. --

'? That kind of question. no doubt long as the present German government -I PAYFrts: AND CITIZENS) OF HMD A .Ii.j'" ; :: : -.
inc "" .
.i : has como through the mind of remains in power. As I :NUMBER 12 that you and each of I .nd m.. s;.\.,"I",',,,<,1":0'" : ''' I'J .I't
many honest sincere patriotic. long as It exists It will I I plot you are hereby required tn show ... ""' ltt.i. ,.." 1 ..1 ArU.1tII.
ChrlHllan cause, If any you have, before the I lag I.. II.... ,I or c FI"r,
born' galn people. within and with- I II
AI against ua from above named Court at the Alarhua 1U 11' : : ;.'' IJ.p,,,,,,
;;:. The writer Is firmly convinced out. It lies. cheats, is wholly dls-, County ('curt house In Oalneiollle, LF.UIIL\'I"'HF. lip\ : > R I

: t thut the first duty of a Christian I I honest and represents a vllllany I \ember Florida, 8th nt 10 1940 o'clock, why A,1on said bondH No. al1l..nII1I"" 1.111111'\,".i,",',' ..r, 'rh11,", the TilE f.l 8"

.. ; :'. 1* to be a good witness. A good of far greater power than any should not be validated and confirmed ,,- tlon 4. r"'I"", 1\s.-' lion' : 404
... or I h. I I' \ ,.r
witness should have an unimpeachable thing known previously in the his """ II I t uti"" An"
WHEREOF 1 have I I. mid ,. Ih, liiFluridi
.; t chariicter. He should l tory of the world. hereunto wet my hand and affixed agreed. lu. ,""I II .ame It ,.
the official I neal I of I Ih. .. shj I": b.
We Christian 1 said Court at le" ",. "'b1tto
? live above reproach. To this the Milwaukee "I
prove Htarlce, Bradford County Florida I "rld" lit tile Ih'R'I.: .
peopte should walk worthy thin 15th of Ion to !b. text'
Journal sums up Hitler's promisesand day October A.: D hold or, M, a.h."I ,
vocation wherewith we are 1941). after the r 'II". T.'....
) the \1>
them with his actions l ''>4Section. .
compares >er. fr'
-I (OFPICIAU SKAL) A. J. Thomas DIa, ) IU S.
: culled. We should, keep unspotted in an editorial, "Hitler AM rierk of the Circuit, Court of l'al1flcQlloh '"

.fl3. from the world. We should Bradford County Florida. Sectloii 2 rm
Said follows ,
v us :
10-18 St 11-1
__ hall tnn.iM. ,, Suproiti.". ,
live unselfish lives Selfishness' I f .. r
ui : J "Germany has neither the wish and the "., .h.,. ....,. \. ,;, I."
L : : ,.. has no place I In a Chilstlan'sheart 1 nor the intention to mix in In. I\ ('hJtIlT roriiT. Ir.IITII: Jiistlc* shall I i... -Ix "'1I1e f':

t; : We should demonstrate In 'ternal Austrian affairs or to an- .IIIINttl, ('IIUIIf' 11ft '''Fonll 0: aiiy, inc UIII"1 .hall)'ea"; .. ,I
j ecu \'1''". "rr."TH OF KI.OIIII) \. by this "1I'n',, b If'
our day that the sustaining grace I nex or unite with Austria."" Hitlerto 1% ('II'" ('';11 \ (I>) F.n.11. .lu.I.. ..

4;! of JCKUS Christ U sufficient to the Reichstag, May 21, 1935. Sharon Hall and(I her bicycle- Curt F. King ('all rtH1,1, I, i I". ,:.,:, the %

1 keep us from the fear of thing March 11. 1938. Hitler took riding dog, Sklppy arc a familiar -vs.Bertha .Com!>laln..nt.I time fled 1i",1 etc, ,!, .,I","?"., Jr, I l-l,.d 'i'')'01 l llwo. n

: : i that lire coming upon un.' r I possession of Austria.I I'I'I 'sight here. The pup seems to T. King. bet,." of th\ ,, |hf"IIIu'" 'r'f' \"llnf f tqt '
: '
IH-femtant el..1| .l.| it 'it.x'lril" .
II" ,
interest In I ?" '"
.; 4 No Chrlslian should be panicky.. I "This (the Sudetenland) Is the think he owns a half It appearing. by affidavit, ap : '., .. "' ,'1"0"4''.,

t'Az# ; .' )e Adequate faith In Jesus Chi. 1st last territorial demand I have to ,I the bike. and enjoys the ride Justas pended to the bill filed In theabovestated I tic:... 1" ? .1...

.: .. '1 will save us from. the panicky attitude much as Sharon. cause that Hertha T. (ec) f" tb' .\ I ,
z. make In Europe : I further assured I King, the defendant therein named" Hull (.if II|,|, 'Ii' MiOoverni
of men und women of the li. n non-re..lileiit of the } 1"I..inf 1I.r"ul", ln. t >( .nt: It
him and 1 I. '
-* ( \orirn' OK Kir:("iio\ I Florida" and resident. fI' '1."r
a of
t rl.1.'e know th't If this jr a i' i I" lluf
: repeat here that If this problemIs To the Sli-rlft: of llrndford; Slate Unknown to the Plaintiff andover .tui'ti :, ..r I )h." :1'1'' ', ". .ddl
t Jioupe of our earthly tabernacle County of the State of Florida: the a>re of twentv-one i liv 'P": "
solved there will be no further year: .hall I "":,1 ..r. "ft
.j. /:: .' were dissolved we have, a build- i problems in Europe for I ( Sec-retnrv of flat' of the defendant l h. and she after th.. ii', .. 'u, 'lii'' >\,
iJ ct' 44 lug of God, a house not made _. I give him 1 the State of Floilila, do hereby gIve In hereby. reiiulred to appear to the 19 H: and, i I", v.' ,' ';".,, l In Jar
with hands, eternal In the heavens notice that aIEIt bill of complaint filed In said cause elected lit' -i I 1.. .1'11I&.
:T.; If the worst should come guarantee: We do not want any (. \I. 1':1.1'10111 : ( on or* before Monday the 2nd., day ,194_> t tn I IJ,, 1 Id] r g., 'fJ 0:5140'. ".
L.'Ib \\' be hlil. In Uruilforcl County, "
of '
Czechs. -Hitler to the world In December A. D 1940 ntherwlxethe six yvuih' t,, i. i ., lr
: and the world should catch on State of "Florida on Tuesday nextsticceedtng allegation of said bill will lie the Vlr-t( 1 M." ,1 l\,\i TUpi il&,
the Berlin Sportspalast. September the' "i'.VTnT.,3'VV taken an confessed by said de- I IdIT'',.. Pt.M*.l'l."I7'
fire and bum to a cinder. we MI -- ,
26. 1938. :-lov..m"er. A. P. fendant. of the ,
1 ,,. frh'Jb"electf.l
have another house It Is a house Tuceds, ., the -- ---- It IH further ordered that thin ai Sap.''I", ?" ', ,
1 that la eternal! and In the heav I I j March 1 15. Hitler entered v'iu'rII n OK %oVBV, "Foil order be .published. once a week 1''ed log t II"i c.' .'",,'| "I' For United Htnle& Senator fiom the for Four consecutive weeks In the I ... .. ''Luh of
1'.HI..t" .,
.. Prague, signalizing the end of of I i"" f ,
ens. State of Florida, for a term Bradford County Telegraph a new..- event of a o. ., tfk.. k
We should demonstrate by a I Czecho-Slovakla six yearn from Jan.. 3,. 1941.For .:. l>nl>er published In said County. and nH .luHtlce and th i'.i.i i.term ,i., .'flllt. .._
Seven (7J *re i ieniiai &lec.tor. State '
c restful attitude of life the faith r.>1.fjr' .. :, I I "We (Germany and Poland) .. Thin October :3rd.. tUO.10fo..H'IAf. "the* bah-tu--, !",. "' ,hil'ter"m \ b'.7
t ( 1 we are suposed to have In God !succeeded In arriving at an agreement For one Ueprenentatlve of the ( SEAL) A. J. ThomaR, I f Ito .....
ri Red.: :Cr : which for the duration of Second i-ongreMlnnal District Clerk Circuit Court. Section 4. ,ia) Th_ .
and In Jesus Christ. His Son and j Qn ,$$, I of the State of Ftoi Ida. In thet.vel1tyS..venth Hv J. It. Kelly, Deputy Clerk. may hear i'"U.IIlft. i. Suprow md doe r

'. :- r our Savior, and In the Holy ; 10 years basically removes the Congress of Oerald It. Hart eases and noon. l 10. ,1i: i",.
United ! the I
'i danger: of clash We aretwo I .li .9.,. ,
t Ghoul our Dully Companion. We any State of 1''Ii.''
For Governor of the Jacksonville. Kla., Solicitor for In which case .i
nhould manifest In peoples. They shall live. Complainant. 10.25 4t 1115 memberi ,, 'inijorn <<
our dally living f th. I
The 1940 Potter of The AmerlCin Red Cross sound the call to the nationto Se'ci-etarv of State of the State Btltiite. 'ur: III&U
For ,, ,
the that have One cannot annihilate the other. qn"in i f n' the d.
we a
serve humanity within the ranks of thin army of mercy. of Flo..I"a. No'rrC'FJ: EI.KCTIOV of bUHlnvHi .11 it nai
house beyond the stars Hitler to the world In the Berlin Attorney General of the Stateof tier
r prepared For WHEKKAH!;, The LeNrlnlature of 1 PUXVOIH and )jni' ,odl.sions. "ion II
,w 1 for us by the Lord Jesus Christ. Sportspalast September 26, 1938. Florida 1939, under the Constitution of 1885 .
Pictured above Is a miniature version of the which will For Comptroller of the Stats ofFor (b) The CM,
poster of the State of Florida did i l. TuTjw" .ml..
September 1 1939 Poland nassclx .
While life of wasInvadl'd. .
living our Christian Florida. i all I times b< xi,,:I"It)
be used to publicize the annual Red Crows Roll Call which underway Treamirer State of Joint Hesohitiong proponingamendmentn caU",
gets of the ,
: testimony In our day we should. Warsaw was blasted I to the Constitution of Supreme" ( i" i. till Coo

;. sincerely try to win to the Lord here and all over the U. S., on Monday November! 11, con- from the face of the earth and For Florida.Superintendent of Public Instruction the State of Florida, and the namewere In the if Chief the' Ju-.nil,, .-till t I.,, .',?,' I"

Jeans Christ our loved ones and tinuing through Thanksgiving Day N. l>. Walnwilght Jr., Is Bradford the country was wiped off the of I the State, of Slurida. agreed of all to the by member a vote of electedto threefifths thereof. as <.. ". IU'U"H ,".uw I

friend County chairman of the .drive. The local quota Is 300 mem- map. For CommissIoner nf Agriculture said each Joint house; that the vote on or((11 place dlHiihli-d of. .i jiinient '"v rot 41"111I

_ Every Christian should become bernlilpa which Mr. Wulnwrlght believes will bo, reached without I "The German Reich and the'' of the State of Florida.. their Keffolntlonft respective. were Journals enteredupon to a dix '" 'mnhall 11011 II',
For Two JnwtlceH of the Suprntfie I InclutU i., .
'? an evangelist\ In the sense that any difficulty. I kingdom of Denmark will underno Court of the State of Florida.For with they the did yean.determine and naya and Ihe..eon.and direct, ,' JiTdno A .11\ ,-, 'l1ah"H'halthice \ aim'''
ne tries to win otneia to Jesus. circumstances tesort to war or One Kallmad Commissioner that the said Joint Revolution* beHiibmltted meinli'Mcluvlve 'dld. sat
the State of Florida. at tin. ,
A Christian is the of any other form of violence against for Fifteenth to the electors of the ,
:. light the I For State Senator I State the judgment dirt...
world.) According to the statement Superintendent Of West Point each other."-Article 1 of peace Senatorial plstrlct of the Stateof November at the 1940.fleneral Election In. "U i'mm'e.i I In,i I In,. ''H, < lie'. : ,lull.*

4 of Jesus he should let his To Be In Command At Camp BlandingThe pact signed in Berlin, May 31, For One Florida.Member" of the house of tRAY NOW. .THEREFORE, I, n. A. lens be. the sucham juclKm-ii-''' '''iu\j "'.h,(ill Coir npuiilclinifht.
d I Secretary of State of the
i, I KeprexentatUeti. of the State of .
4. light shine wherever Cod places 1939.April Florida. state of "Florida do hereby give tlun of 'n .' I 'h. dfiw'
a State
i Fnlmlntltutlonal
_ ; him. War Department last week Brig. Gen. Oliver L. Splller now I. 9, 1940. Hitler's Nazis For (Countv Judge. notice (that a: 1'1tl.\a 'ite", "', "h.....,

'. Maybe someone who reads these assigned Ma]. Gen. Jay L. liene- In the command of the Sixty-Sec. entered Denmark and began loot- : For Clerk Sheriff.For of. the Circuit Court will l h. held In fL"JCTIO each county In coimtltiitl be brought inli itrmfn, '.),
lonalith > fria
l lines lives In a little dark ob. diet present superintendent of the ond Coast Artillery Fort Totten ing the country of supplies."In For County AHxuKsor of Taxes Florida the first on Tuesday next aucceedIns State statute., ,ole rrfulumunicipal '"
Monday In
_I .. scure corner of the world. Well United Stale Military Academy New York will command the antiaircraft the spirit long; existing of For For County Tax Collector.Superintendent of Public A. D. 1940, the Bald Tuesday November being be a dissent I um dlna"I I to, th' > pro o(,"

need, light much worse than the Fourth Army Corps with headquarters Fort Bliss, Tex., Brig. Gen. the Reich government notifies the,, For For Three Five County Members. Commissioners.of the County. For FIFTH the ratification HV OF or NOVKMIIKH rejection of ordered thereof or by the:1 the''liln('hlrf Juillct Jot

main room of the home. Brighten at Camp Blanding Fla. Richard F. Cox was assigned to Norwegian government that she Board of Public Instruction.For the paid. Joint Resolutions proposing be considered bv twc, dlrwhe..eupon

____ ; the corner where Brig. Cen. Robert L.. Elchelber- a similar center at Hinesvllle. has no intention through her Justice nf the Pence In and for amendments to the Constitutionof It Hhall rrqulrt (IbtKlderatlun
; ______ you are. the following Justice Districts, the State of Florida via: of dnlmniirChief ,
Ker will succeed General Benedictat Ga.. and Brig: Gen Edgar 11. Col- measures now or in the future, via: i A JOINT RiHOLUTJON' Propos Justice. "i>

the Academy. The latter will laday to March Field, California.Cox of infringing upon the territorial No. I. i 1 of Ins Article the Amendment IX of, of Section 2 (c) The Chief bilks iM

J 50 Years I leave for his new station about now commands the Seventieth integrity or the political Independence In Testimony set my Whereof hand and I havehert'nto at- .,[ AbollMhingAd Valorem the Convlltutlon Taxation the the chief Court administrate and ,ioupouwlilt IP..

Ago November 13.: Coast Artillery at Fort of the kingdom of Nor- fixed the Oreat Seat of the'i for State Purpones. dispatch of bUKlneM >"d r
Stat. of Florida at Tallahassee 'i IlK IT flKSOLVKD BY THE LEO- '
Army orders today also .designated -. Moultrle, S. C.,. and General Col- way.From Berlin April 9, the Capital thin the 15th day, i I ISLATirnE 0.... THE STATE OF not log be conxluleni required,! dt i-xanimtf tionf' hi'

Items from the Telegraph files commanders for three antiaircraft : laday the Seventy-Fifth Coast I 1940.April of August, A. D. 1940. I'amendment I FLORIDA. : That the following cord of a i mine, tin an) awr
9 1940. 3 Hit.ler's (L. S.) R A. CRAY, to Section 2 of Article conclusions! of fa i f Jnd brlnlon ,
at a. m.
________ ) air October 1890. artillery training centers. Artillery at Fort Lewis. Wash. I Secretary of State. IX of the Constitution of the State \. and, .tnt<. I"', 'l n, 'P'1' '
---- troops Invaded Norway. To 11ON A. O. ANDI-tnU.: Sheriff of Florida, relating to taxation '
Col. C. L.. Peek Is the father I ,and accompany lug tnti< t ISupon
"We are ready to acknowledgeand Bradford County. 9-B 6t 11-1 I abolishing. ad valorem taxes the' _Iu'I'' -(I' *41Mcussed
for ,. ..
of a fine girl baby. some fine homes and buggies for Stale- ttll nflt. -Anr' ttlA and, ,' T "
Artford Brown Trial guarantee these states ( Belgium -' name" In h r"y.'grd ; ItU'P .
'I' to and
Mesiirs.' James and Arthur the winter trade. TO \\HOM II- M\\ (' MKIITAKK > shall be Bubmitted fact, but In "Wilt) .I in PlO-

., Darby, of Tallahassee, were In the Mis.. Truby'n new double team I Slated In December Holland, Luxembourg) at NOTICIS THAT a 1912: Chevrolet the State at the Qeneral to the Election electorsof vision betW'"c-onnldf", n -' rate'01propel'ly
an times .
as Inviolate neutral territory. Coupe, nna-lne No. 3271083, of Iteprenentatlven In .
jt city last week.Attendance 'I 1940 for ap. shall exuiiiim. I ih, n tiltlclimte '"
i makes a very fine appearance.Our ."-Hitler In the Relchstag, Aerial No. lilA I 05.! 1 4020.:! hearIng proval or rejection ; that IM to nay I tlHT-ii" i I' .i' '"" I"'
: .. _ at the High SchoolIs Artford Brown. 22. Motor Vehicle Mint the said ,
boys In the High school Sampson? January 30 1937. Ton No. 11-3S7U. with 2 of Article In the event th-' .t: I"1!
increasing nn appraised vnlue of l lss than $1- IX be amended HO an to read as to'-
t i r
neatly unable
every day, have formed a literary ant, debating City, will go on trial December May 10. 1940, Hitler invaded L 1 oliO, wan seized In Bradford Countv, follow I : Justice to longed a. n'" i""*'

I numbering 130 pupils at thin time. society known as the Alpha 3. In the Duval County CrimInalCOUI.t Luxembourg, Belgium and Holland I Florida October It, 1940. for beingtisd Section 2. The Legislature shall vice and able, t l hal! "
Mr. William Tyson Is beautify In thelolatlon of SectU I provide for raining revenue dufflclent stead with Ilk. ."'
of Record
ZSta. Phil Hartig's motive power on murder leveling Rotterdam. 9. Chapter 19301.: Lawn of Florida. to defray the expenses of the
ing his handsome re ltlence. la Invincible. chares In connection with the "Germany has 141<>. and that It IK the Intentionof I State, including State appropria nos Ping '
n o territorial <
Mr. J. M. Seldle has been in death Thou. W. f."n""" Director State tions for the benefit of the uni A JOINT HK: "' Art
Staike K. A. Fernandez of Jackson- or Joseph A. Peterson Jr.. possessions In the American continent BeveniKe" iJepartment of Florida, form system of free public schools to Arnen'iof S. till
now nearly a year, and Is on July 7, It was announced last and has TallahaHxee Florida tn Hell the provided In accordance with Article. the ConMltim' J"
Is given no occasion '
upending some time here.Miss Kelall'ig
highly pleased with the county. week Duval property above deBcrlhert nt public XII of the Constitution and of the of Florida
_ lie Is of Laura Alderman. of Mel- County Solicitor whatever for the assumption that Mule In front of the Court house State Institution of higher learn : mlxnlnnerii. TLEQIMATUIlt
formerly Kansas. :
Wayne E. Ripley. she Intends to acquire such at Starke Florida nt 10:00: A. M. 'tag, for each fiscal year, and also' ,UK: IT RBSOI.V rHE I
Mrs. R. T. Richard and Miss rose will attend the High; School. pos on November 20. 1940"*. a sufficient sum to pay the princIpal : OF pteitoPArticle '
_.J Julia Wall returned to Starke Miss Maud Balsden U visiting Brown Is now at liberty under sessions. -Hitler, July 5, 1910. The State leverage Department of ; and Interest of the existing In- OF FM>KIUA That I I'otiitltu' i." '
$3,000: bond. gained after he hadoriginally Florida reserves the right to re- btedneHn. of the State; but after S of the nMM
from Pulatka this week. friends In the county. consequently -, ject any and alt hide, f December 3Int. A. D. 1840 no levy State of FU-rda b# an

_ _ Our street lamps have receiveda one of our best young been free under $10.000 Coca-Cola Painting Up All persons claiming, any right or of ad valorem taxes upon real or County CommlsHlorert apndod Iamended
; bond writ Interest In to Maid personal same la hereby .
following: a of habeas or property or property except Intangible If a''td" "
cleaning. men Is Inconsolable. The Starke Coca-Cola Bottling any part thereof. are hereby required property, shall be made for any l Ie agreed tlCtt0'
Mr. C. J. Husband has returned Miss corpus' hearing Immediately after Company this week to appear and make, such Mat purpose whatsoever; and Sec: submitted, t<, the the I',
.. __ Madge Blltch. daughter; of his arrest i Is painting claims within thirty .10) days from tion 6 of Article XII be. and the State of Fl....lda 'I t "
from his trip to Illinois. Senator Blltch. will attend the their bottling works. Most of the dite. of the first. publication of name U hereby repealed.A election of'alll'" !'

Our livery men are getting in high school. Peterson died as the result of the machinery piping. and the Interior thin notice an provided for by Sec I held In 19I: IS toi 1Ppr.\lI.. ;I A,
_ : knife wounds sustained at the tion 13, Chapter 19101 T.awH of JOINT: IIESOL.UTIO- T-roponlnK namiSnUdid.$Q ..a. "
I walls of the bull dance hall near the Intersectionof been painted white. The large Department of Florida" at TallahaRee i the Constitution of Florida Adding 'lows: '1""- mba
FUNERAL DIRECTOR \Kiigcwood Avenue and the extension bottle Florida or all mich rights Thereto an Additional Section Permlttlnir "Section i Tha- .1|") C.
sterilizer has been painted and interest In' and to raid the Creation of a Commln- In each of thi .' .,,
My Many Years Experience: Make It Possible for Ma to Render of West Beaver Street In aluminum. R. C. Buford has the erty hall cease and r': If.roP'1 I milan Knipowered to Grant Paroles nloner'n di trl. -f I' "<"11( ?

JackHonvllle. TtioM. "-. Iconic, i or Conditional Releases Prnha- law from tlm .j.
PROMPT! and COURTEOUS SERVICE contract for ,
the work. .. Director. State Beverage P..parl.1 I I tlon of Prisoners or Persons With county a c.mnif] ,.al.lo4' (
_ MODERATE: PRICES ment of Florida Tallahassee. 'Criminal Offenses Under Supervi be elected ,h) lbor. 'h' lit,
Florida. 10-18 fit 11-15 sion. of ald utin C
? th"
_ DeWITT C. JONES IncreasesAt !MODERN rsUKYMiami. MR IT nRsorvEr BY Tiin place of vtlnf h .

.-"Salary Buyers" and r : IM T.EOlSf.ATtTI1Ld OF THE STATE officers., and, tiIrd, !. W
TIIK. 'ln4'I'I'r "
Florid (DIRT OK .
Starke PlantThe TIIK l p" .
Light for four yeaiil ,
I FLOfUDA ,' ,'?'
"Loan Sharks" are the objects of :I I'UHI'fIl.t1.: mi'IM, ('1111"i IT OK 8"1 : that the i tin"v m, ...
Ion ,
I 'I Hi; H'Vr|.; flK .KIOIIIII\ I. That the following 0 'I.
th '
current grand Jury investigations I I amendment to Article' XVI of the elected In K ""or, <
I \M
City Light and Water Bit M>flllt ('O" % Cnnntltntlon, 1940 from tI II., '
in Dade l\ T"I of the State of Florida Wltrlcti
_ t Plant on Oct., 11, broke all Its County. Preying 0 n,''TIll'__ I I_; tlitLIIV.110\ Ill, OF I relatlnir.. to &IlMf.eII. .n mitt >'rnvli>lnnfl- hallV. .:' jj.- ,CI'
negroes and underprivileged. I by adding tI..r..toanaJ'ii. ; ant those IIi1'!_' 'M- '
previous electrical ; IVWTItL't'TIO.V' : OF HIIAI .
energy output I I I Section to be known districts" hall it(
whites FOKD as Section 33
thesesalary roi-NTY '
records by generating during the buyers FLOIMIJA/ of mild Article XVI specifically and therenfi' i '1' '
a public
H ; 21 hour period 2.450 kilowatts of I quire no collateral but re'l l.fd and corporation eXIsting under ortfun-the plicable to the creation. of a Com ap four yearand ,. T' c

small loans and. take a salary I.IWH. of the State of Flor I munion authorised to grant parolesor conmieit rCommlnxioni "
electricity. At 6:35: P. M. the signment and have ida, R n d !Spni'lAt. TAX conditional releases or probation "' '
electrical load at one time was been known sellout DISTRICT .:t'M. of prisoners under supervision Is by law
: charge as high as 300 percent in 1 I HKIt 12 0'" HKADFOItll( hereby agreed to and shall be pub8flhttel "": rIng -
215 kilowatts and.! the entire I I" .s' "rf
terest. ('ol'XT'I.oRln.. the electors of the State A JOINT *
Victims have a pub ..
capacity of the plant. reserves paid many Ill.I corporation\ orftanlzpd of Florida for ratification or re. to Amei'.d itt
times the small amount nnd I jection at the next General Election IX of the "011' E
I originally etIsting! nmler the |h'
lawn ,
Included la 400 ,
only kilowatts. I
to be III'
or the held In 1940 follows of Florida II f, I Itlon
borrowed as
_ Do In Interest and still Stnt of "'t".lda.I : .
1o, Your Trading Previous record was 2.300 kilowatt owe Pet irion.ri,. "Section 32. The Legislature may of <> i
*. established September 25. principal. While Florida laws -vnTHE create a Parole Commission em Taxation. ,' v ,:, BTUK
powered to IT BK> *
regulate small loan STATIc OF grant" paroles or con ', -HK
: where G pieces Rogers Silverware areRiven Plant attaches stated' that load. companies who I ItcHpnndpntN'f'TtCK FLORIOA. : ditional releases or probation under. f.l:11IH.ATI'n ,.. ', aDI
almost are permitted to collect Interestat : To ; : official supervision to prisoners or OF FLO!II>A ,,,",,,11
: $10 in trade as heavy are now dally AND "
away every the rate of 3 1-2 riTIZKNS OF persons charged with criminal of. Article IX ''I l :t' ,l Iall'i
'Dr Ct'1'Uncates. affairs Sundays excepted. The month percent per 1-1. 'Hoo4| tSTHICT !NI'MDEIl TAX I funnex, and may provide for the the State ""F 1 ',, pf
______ Are Ue.It'l'lUtt.11ft peak of the load usually occurs "salary buyers" are not '' (W IIIlAf""OItIl COUNTY FLLH.Vll.r' 12. I qualification and method of select-. I the ex"mptll.n ''. ,.,l(1( fIt
regulated and In their 'r I tDA : Inn the CommUslon' members and from tiixatlni. j 1 It t-
C..h If SMITH'S GARAGE between six and seven o'clock at with the Ignorant dealings 1 \ >a*, The.* Board of Piihllc Instruction I I for their term of office the length in hereby. am. ,,d-a I '* >.
\011 Che night. jut after darkness at and unfortunate -: of Bradford County Flor-- 'f which shall be wholly within I Ia aureeil M *

STAR liE. FLORIDA which time it la necessary to run they practice usury in Its : and ida. a existing public. corporiitlon artranlindl! the discretion of the Legislature." ,' ted Florida to -<.p\;. f..*t|J

_ t ....J two of the plant's three enginesto most virulent form. ,I the State. of Florida under ,the and law Special of A JOINT: RESOLUTION Propos tlon to b. h. 'd tl,, M"1? *' :
inc ,
an ih. !
Tax Amendment after (
School Hl.trlct to Article IX of day "
supply the required \ Number 12 of '" '
power. 19-K(
All legal blanks Hradford County (Florida I Constitution of the State of vember.
a public '
t The water works enjoying promhsor; corporation organ Ised Florida Relating to Taxation and rejection. |I.
: its share of the boom, and October note. retain title notes carried .under the lawn of the State existing. of ditional''rlnance by Adding Thereto an Ad Said Seen, "'..,,xl u f'
HOTEL LEAMINGTON : Florida" the Section the .ha''
In stock by the Bradford I Petitioner In the above Authorising amended,
7 set a record of Counts Legislature
264,600 enutierl cause, did, on the isth to of the State of Florida to'wit: 'bal."mpt .
Telegraph.being day of October' Allocate and Distribute to the !9 ''
gallons of water pumped In "* Section Jii. p".r"
one with and
present to WV' :; Several Counties of the Cer '.io I
i-ton. State
t N. E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard day.Last overhauled this week and .of. the Judges. of the above Sebring namedof one Collected tain Excise: Taxes Now Levied and the value C,C F '\I' Hundred d .

week a new engineer< Arch vi.M1"0" for the and to Be Hereafter 10 every wiJW ',d'
Overlooking Itayfront Park and Biscayne Bay of includes pulling the pistons clean- : ; ., confirming purpose Levied and Collected by the State eon who I. a Mna Ii
Ellington Starke the
formerly employed ing. new I fr"lH"v of of Florida. and bat
piston ? Tax
rings. If K8"1" School the State _
DtA' ar
I Opposite Union Bus Station by the County Bond Trustees inspection of necessary 13 of Bradford County ?BIT HESOIWBD BY TnF: LEO- been dl"abl.d r.
bearings anda Florida. to the "LATt-RB OF THE STATE OF '
began work at the amounl of '3.75000. fort ne eel
rigid dated October : That the .<
examination of all I. U4(). following "
t MIAMI FLORIDA and will take the 8 hour maintenance parts. I romp due and he payable and to be amendment to Article IX of the The votes p"'p"'.... 1"'...
Sunday a. '
morning from Constitution d.lara'
daylight lowp to.wlI: 250.00 of the Stat. of Florida an'dhthe'c <
shift from
6 o'clock on october .an" !If
A. until 8 o'clock A. M. the let of each year relating!' to taxation and fin V''M, >
One Block From Shopping District' And Amusements M. to 2 o'clock P. &(. on November service current 1953. both inclusive. and from said,1943 to ance, by adding thereto an addi- return tn'rf%(,.t 1 l lall .jf?* rl
was bonds anie
1. Interrupted and during to bear interest at 6 tional section to b. known as Sec to the ire "v'd"' ,
Robert Jackson "
:: t has the this period a heavy annum, payable per cent per lion 15 of said Article IX. author- trlctlon a. tie .", 'nf' "*
SUMMER RATES UNTIL .ml.annually !
DECEMBER I copper general
shift at on
present but has resigned power line was Installed October t and April 1 of each King the Legislature of the State for .
year FbOridCIN vrHS"
on Madi- all Florida
the paynble at to allocate and distribute y .
job effective -
November Florida
: 81ngl with, Bath-91.30; Double Room with Rath-$2.00MIAMI'S 1 to a 0 11 Avenue between Thompson j I'Harke, tarke Fiorid5 flank at to the several counties of : TESTIMO. '(
accept a petition with the Kits \\.h..e. and the State, have"f I
and said certain
Walnut. Judge excise taxes now
Last 011 the "
,. MOST Theatre. Sunday two day of October. *t940. did issue 151h levied and collected and to b. hereafter and afm./ r..,.u
POPULAR new I an .raIl
HOTEL transformers
were installed and a.aln.t levied and collected by the the ...
The four cylinder. 240 horsepower one In the telephone office ?Wat to show eSupe the! If State of State of Florida, Is hereby agreed Tallahd". d"l h'A....

unit purchased In 1930 Ii block b.fnre the abov cSurt to and shall be submitted to the the 111
I and the entitled ,f.
other ,
._ In Reno. Ihe AIaehu. County electors of the State nf Florid
1 courthouse
1 In tain.y111. Florida at to 0'- for ratification or rejection at the SEAL 11:0:1"
1 next general election of Kepresea t-y 13t


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SUNNY BROOK FARM church here, November 17 at

7:3O: ( P.M.: A cordial invitationIs
radford High School Journal \\y\ :Ming Anula Crosby", extended t o everyone. The

Mr' J. R. Kelly and children Word preached in song Is very

Kathryn and Robert Lloyd, were j inspirational. '
visiting her parents Mr and Mrs I Bobby and Clyde Surrency of
aX nun.SO'Elllnn.: .
IE : : 1. 1910 :NI'MUKR: 'nVKLVK:
A. I... Prlgjre-s at Lake Butler. Tampa were visiting friends and 1

I relatives over the week-end.
Thursday. j

S., JOl'RS.\L! Jack STAFF Hallc(Tornadoes Downed 6 To 0 jHow Are Your I Selecting Subjects"I i I Mr. and Mrs Floyd Crosby| Miss Margie Grlder of Starke

In- fliP Betty Green ; were visiting! ;.:r, And Mrs. J, W. attended Sunday School here Sunday -
Feathers Colored? '
E \\11I. Peele think I'll take: that subject 'Thomas nnd Mr, and Mrs C. A. .

|u?:P 's Buddy Opal Davis First Defeat Of Season POPULARITY I need another credit and that I'''I Crosby: Sunday | Mrs. L. C. Smith had as her t

f0'J Prince should oe> easy to pass." Pursues Mr, and Mrs J. R. Kelly antI guest Monday night her brother
Sadie "- ( Note: !Pride is what keeps us '
.o -- Grace GreenS x.couple of thousand years ago score of the game. from showing our feeling,: sometimes | like these may be often heard I children. Kathryn and Robert A, M. Newberne of Adel Ga.
y peep a guy named Aesop sat down hiring the first few days of Lloyd were visiting the former's '
to The H.
Mack Futcn teams were fairly evenly : at other times It preventsus C. Surrency of the U. S.
t I
r his Remington portable t I and matched and neither school, when high school studentsare : grandfiither., J. M. Mathews and Marines Parr S. C.
'. :Melba Moody could muster : from accepting. help from those! Island arrived -
pounded out a fable selecting the courses they Mr Mild Mrs. C. M. Mathews I at
K' concerning a consistent for few
Lillian Barnes any advance. As a whom we consider beneath u*. It Sundny a day's.visit
lub Iris Crews hare and a tortoise. Roy Rabbit I .result, most of the action took I la the false' face which some of wish to take and milking out \VllllHton\ Sunday They were accompanied with his parents Mr.\ and
Ihie aa you doubtless remember their schedules for the term They I by Mrs A. It. Drift
Marie D. and was place In mid-field. Poor blocking ua wear to say that "he is Infer Mrs, J. H. Surrency. 4Mr
le pulling down odds of a hundredto und a lack of need to take some course In order < gers and children A L. Jr., :I I
pvrrol Jones pep hampered ior to me. There Is another kind and Mrs Mack McKenzie
one to peat Tom Turtle in a Starke to have the right number: oft llylnh. Rosa and Donald of Lake !
Louis Jordan throughout the entire of besides this false
I pride pride of Hart Haven were recent guests.
widely publicized foot credits to graduate and so, Hut lev.
Edgar Wilkinson race. But game. which Is something less promin : + I|I'of the former's' parents Mr. and
he didn't.Last I out stopping to consider Mr. And Mrs Pill Bonds IIpt'ntthe
Reportersjownscnd ilafttlng-t Tonight ent. It Is the Inn..r'satisfaction I Mrs. J. H. Surrency.
Special course will them" I week-end In Live Oak with
Friday B help !
night H. S.
Jeanette Parker Tonight (Friday) the Tornadoes of being proud of having done I'
Tornadoes suffered their first their future careers they iii relative I I Mrs. C, J. Frazier attended the
defeat Journey to Hastings |o meet the something well. Then It Is Justifiable -
of the 1940 season at the mighty Spuds undefeated thus far to be proud If one does subject that will be easy to !a' Mr, A. S, Crosby Is spendingthis teachers convention In GaineavUlerecently.

EditorialIT hands of Roddick 6 to 0. this la and let It go at that week in Brooker with her son .
year. Hastings heavily not become haughty. Some of us
The scrappy visiting team out favored to take this one. consider ourselves! beautiful as Why dn students come to high and daughter-in-law Mr. and Ml's.1 I Mr. and Sirs. M L. McKlnney f

!MKMS: TO !MK weighed but not outplayed by the !I Present plans are to :have' the peacocks when we are really only school ? Some of them come to I C. A. Crosby. j of Lake Wales were recent guests
meant locals snatched of',' Mrs. A. S Crosby Mr and of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKlnI -
know what 'is victory out B. H. S. Band make Its first tripto black chickens. The color of our procure sixteen credits' as fast as

pliability' Well some of thin air by blocking a punt on play at an out-of-town ame. feathers now will largely: deter possible and then graduate, Some Mrs Hob Halslop and Mrs. J. R. I ney.

lt ,>r at lea-at we make Bradford's two yard line lute In The historical struggle will take mine whether our bridge will be Btudents (not all, thank goodness I Kelly wore visiting: in Gramlln j I' Mr. and Mrs. Ancil 'Norman and

think we don't. the fourth quarter. Backs to the place in Hastings' brand new built strongly enough I n lateryears >)> go through their entire Krhliiy. I'chlldien of Rising recently vlaltedMrs. ,

vour teachers tell you wall B. H. S. put up a gallant stadium which waa dedicated. last for us to cross it without high school course with scarcely i I Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kelly were Norman's parents Mr. and

n to study or whats stand and, held Reddick for three week. It Is expected that a large fear.) a thought of the future or what j I visiting Air. and Mrs. O. K. Mrs. R. M. Johnson j jAfr

lessors'?' work do you do It? downs but on the fourth aitemptithe number of Tornado. fans will make Ali popularity is a god! A selfish they'd like t their lifer work to be.// Crosby at New River Friday !I i and Mr''. Johnnie Lewis recently -
Marion maulers pushed the the They lake the easiest courses night. I f
trip to to
vou are a dependable support B. H. moved to Jacksonville.
do demanding god to be sure.Some I
ball over the line for the only S. they can find. Instead of deciding Miss Ports l. Dynl of Starke was
or display dependability. i .people. fall at its feet; eat i her Mr. and Mrs. Curlton Davis
at the beginning of their high visiting grandmother, Mrs.
of dependis the crumbs which fall from Its and little daughter
the' example T school careers or before what Arle Brown over the week-end. i Betty Ann t,

shown by the pep squad. Kindness Junior Class NewsBoy. table, make light of Its slights, they'd like their profession to be Mr. and Mrs J, N Kelly were of Brooker were visiting her parents -

Biiidents that stick with theregradless delight in Its smallest honor. You I and then taking the subject they dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal ,v

of how good a One of the finest words, In the oh boy! Hallowe'en Carnlvla know all of this is tine of populatity think will help them along. In their Warren Kelly of Pine Level Sun- recently. C

or lance they are missing English language I Is kindness Thursday night I'm counting / and you do not try to I chosen profession.The dnv...

hat the school can depend I This word if practiced, throughout on a big time and how! Hope I hinder, the truth about you from I Ain I Iva Pelte of Jacksonville PINE LEVEL

n 10 really cheer out there",' the world could! probably be- Edwina U the queen. Give her circulating around. You know of high schools are Institutions WAil visiting Mrs. C. C.) Crosby Ity :Mr. II. M. McIUe

football field come the keynote to happiness your support, Juniors and she'll that you are a flimsy Immaterial preparation; Preparation for Sundny, i""

ipemlable persons will not and peace for the entire world. win. thing. Money Is your right- your future work High school Mrs 'Inez Krlly last Sunday Mr and Mrs H. M. McRae and

i tht thing he Is told to do, We all talk about kindness but Hear 1IIsIIvools was out In hand officer. When u fellow has' students and especially those who visited her granddaughter Lou children., Mrs. II. M. McHae and

I do It so nearly right that how many of us practice it in my section of the county and money he Is all right In 1'01'ulllrlty's have .no Intentions of attendingI / hits Kelly who Is confined in the Miss Odessa McRae were visiting '{
our daily lives? Do we night, but Just an soon I coll.shol1/! 1 person will not have to ever stop dropped by to see me Saturday the hOHpitnl. tit Grandln. :
him and do It over again. to think how much pain our little afteinoon. I'm very sorry Miss. us his finances touch the dust, offers opportunity the 'high school Mr. and Mrs. Fred Connors lEi) :

people think when they thoughtlessness can cause for Woods. 1'1try\ to be home next popularity In blind to his wishes.Oh for to prepare the young people GRAHAM and daughter Betty of Jacksonville ; ,!i
e their .
others? Dy kindness I popularity Is a good
mean time. yes were visiting relatives here I
short of
in a length
ethir.g \\y Ir. I. C. Smith
have thing valuable use la there for
you to do big helpful things a prehension. Pop- u slu Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
at they have done. It COI'That's Listen girls, If we're going to
not the idea at all, which are out of your reach, but make a success out of our Home ulailty and personality go handIn dent who has no inclination for Voiutu Mai'Inn Killed' Alice Oliver and grandson

r It Is a lot better Jo the little thoughtful nets of kind- I. Kconomlcs club we must. have him, however. It Is one's personality cftlce work, to take all the commercial Funeral services were held \v. C. Oliver are visiting relativesIn
ness which some people appreciate I which makes or brakes subjects he can ? Maybethis '
ut a little more time and more cooperation. We have meet- Thursday afternoon, October 2'.1 Jacksonville.
hing correctly than to go more than we think they do. I ings but they are only four or his real popularity- whetherhe same student, would be much for Austin Padgett who was Mr. and Mrs.. Allen Hall and ,

i the process quickly and There are organizations In this I five that come and we can't do Is wealthy good looking or better suited to the medical profession I.I killed in an automobile accident children of JnckHonvllle are visiting \

rang country now to promote kindness ,anything with so few present. So travels. Mont people consider and should therefore take while nn duty In the United relatives here this week

and humaness to dumb animals. ( themselves popular when they are all the science he can Of course, Stairs Marine. He stationedIn Miss
-Jack Halle.l everyone please come to our meetings ) was Betty Willis of Jackson-
This Is a fine I Invited to all the social functions he would have to
thing believe but have of
every Monday at 12:30: in yenrs Cleveland Ohio. Surviving him ville was a recent guest of Miss 7
how about our treatment of some !' I II' and perhaps they are for awhile preparation after high school but
i the Home Economics room andlet's are two brothers. A. Padgett of Odessa McHae.
|! Look! Think of the I' I but what really counts Is whether q
higher animals who aren'tso I make a success out of this I he could at leant have a foundation Hague and Murphy Padgett of Mrs. W M Wesley of Orlando 1
dumb human beings In other t they derive some lasting echo for his work while In high
club. New York who Is also In the pent the weekend l here with Mr.
By words? from these functions. ''
I Did you know that: school "nrlnen, and one sister Mrs. Ada and l Mrs Austin Fender. !!
| Thompsonyou
Kindness means more than. Hut there are the two kinds A good plan for nil high school Hell Petty of Ilomervllle. (la, J, R. Hall of Daytona spent
> ever chewed gumthe I Knos: Hayes likes loud sweat- I I ,
mere politeness. Kindness has a] of popularity-the Indefinite and students to follow would be to j Interment w 11" In Santa Fu Saturday night here with i his
it ?
teacher knowing and nocks ?
deeper, finer meaning than this lace I j the definite kinds. The Indefinite select a profession which they | Cemetery with Chambers Funeral family and was accompanied home ,i

ia. Isn't it? Sometimes a person's entire day I| Margie Mathews makes good kind Is represented by a bright I like and which Is best suited to Home In charge of arrangements. by Mrs. Hall who will upend a I'

you ever eaten candy In may change from one of gloomy i| candy? lamp which suddenly goes dim. I their abilities and then with "Singing Evangelist few days there. p

[ It's fun Isn't It 7j prospect into a day of sunshine 'i Jaunlta Kalch Is one grand The definite kind Is represented. \ l In mind all during their high, Frank Effort, noted singing Mr. T. B. Hodge and Bon,

you ever run away from just from one little act of kindness i, basketball player? by a beautiful medium color of school education try to take evangelist known to radio Helen- Frank Davis were visiting Ralph come back) ? It's fun from some thoughtful person ]I, Monday was "Jack" and ":nos' red ; It lasts: on and on because I sublects! which will help prepare era on the "Romance of Hymns"l I(I. Davis lit the State Farm Sunday

.. ,, birthday? (They were sweet nix- It IH backed' by personality not them for their profl'lI! lon. program will be (with Remember services "t Pine

Sou 'Sometimes It wealth or looks. -Mary TownxenJl I piiinlst ) the First Baptist Level this week-end.
pretend to be a witch costs us a little ,. teen.) at

ghost last night? It was to extend our kindness to someone ', How is your "popularity I I '

sn't: If but think of the value of i)! Ask Us-We KnowHere fcatlier" colored ?Mary, Townsend'lOlt \\\ '. 1 'II:

these ,
being kind!

Jtlie you teacher's ever eaten back peanuts was I Anyway there are few occasions I art, your questions for thin I-'OK UCU-lI.\YIYHI'; : : ?(' \ \ \ \\ \ .

Its fun. Isn't! It? when it costs us anything I week. all\ answered to suit you I I Tallahassee One of the tasksfaced .

you ever fooled the fool to be kind! and when It docs, we ( we hope ). We don't have room ; /1J4 '
the 1941 will
by legislature $ + all t
Fool's I are usually doubly repaid for our I for many but we will put themIn r'
raI Day? It's fun efforts by the gratitude of the I fast I'j i be that of creating a sixth congreRxlonal ol
as as we can.
I district.I I Florida's (
person. Kindness hall a double -
you ever tried to smoke Q. Why do cowboys die with I population Increases since 193O t ., I
effect: that of making the i \ '
Htte' It's fun Isn't It ? person ] their boots on ? Susie. will entitle the state to a sixth (geDAIIL
happy who we are kind to and the ) 1,1,4
c you ever stopped toIt's happiness it brings to us to be | .\. they don't want to member of connrefw. The legislature :

fun. Isn't It ? kind. In fact the entire world hurt their toes when they kick may establish a new sixth r .ll

last question Is' more fun draws most I. of its happiness from I lie bucket. 1 district of may permit the sixth ..'" IIII

than either of the others. acts of klndneps. Q. 1 Do fish grow fast- -GrowIng congressman to run from the state I :

ay not think so at first I'alnn. at liirge. When the 1930 census ;
Mary Townacnd.Meet :
rmunlon with ones' self Is gave this' suite an additional congressman ,
A. Some do. For example we s r" -r
The ability to arrive at the fifth congressional
The noticed that the fish Douglas '
conclusions for yourself to delegate was elected from the _
caught grew another inch each
right *Ide of the questionmake state at lance for four years as !
time he told( about It.
a suitable decision the legislature did not create a .t :
(self comes as a result Kffie IH one of the girls who Q. How can I tell the Lawteybus fifth district until 1935. The I '

i'ual thinking You did.I help the rest of us seniors. to driver that I like him ?--Distressed. first election for a sixth'congress :\

.T to walk on the floor In I I. keep our "dignity." Luckily we man will not occur until 1942. DIY

neither' will you be able have a few similiur to her. A. My dear girl tor( boy), have y rlt i ,
in the path of "straight She was born on November 1, you not heard that actions speak ,'Mil.' '.: <>K MtMIKII'1: Ii'! I..: I I / vxr
Notice IK lioi-eliv given t hat
in one day: "Practice I I 1922 to Mr and MrH. R. N. Craw- louder than words? ands: and: :In in < nrflanc'B with HintrirtHlti ,yt' .
frfect" ford. Her home IH about five final Ipcrett rendered byl I
Q. I* the present curriculum of
the flon. II I. tI..hrlnle n* Ju.licrof I
things /as throwing chalk miles west of Lawtey. n. H S. sufficient to fill the the Circuit .'?..rt .of l 47)1
he teacher Is ]I Effie Is a dark brunette with County h'lotlflH, In '
out of the Bradford
needs of High School
certain' "9UI.e itnillnir | |
about five feet
She Is urad'1
shooting your neighbor grey eyes. students? Inquiring student mart wlirrcln l It I Ii.
rubber three and one half Inches tall. liliilntlff. niiil .1 1 II
teasing the cat A For the first time In the *.. A 1 I., an d,'nilantM.. (
n y' fill the Immediate time I driv-ing / history of this school we have OBI, the itiHlrNlMn nprclul) mast i
h 'they are enacted. Theon liy said dsrre| .* appoint, will sell "
J Main dislike: Flirty boyn. Home Economics for girls The to the highest "Milder' for cash nlI I )
that you have thor- I boys need vocational agriculture. I Iha ouih' from ( the r"nnty.rourthnase 'tr .
and She entered school here In 1933HO In Stark, llrmlford
correctly thought a we haven't had the pleasureof I and, shop training. When will that County Klorl'ln' d'ring( the' ,
through Is satisfying and come ? hour of sdls| "" .Monday, Novein.
her company very long. nor 4. 'HO. the following ilmrrlb-l Mr y
j t.r*>nilM' NlriiHit In Ir
'mp> ,red Her plnns are to become. a M liiudfoiU ,.
by superstitions ,County ""...rllla. to'wit: It
what the other bookkeeper or a secretary when For Hallowe'en NightBy North half) nf HouthmKt/ Quart, ,
hsuiface person she finishes school.. I it Section. ::11'rw|I'. 7 M. It. 13 F:.
looks of a (xi-ept n piww. or land about 14
our mind! Is able to think We have found. that she likes I ft. by AH fat where th. IlaptlutChurrh
'j You will have the city of Gainesville for some I Mdre Chrynte I.I )), r 'inlalninit 10 acres.more .
to train lessF l
OIl' the reward for making unknown reason. Does anyone Goblins and witches all about, or :. K PfrrymnnAH .

tensions is know why? .' Black cats and broomsticks no *tp..vlal Mvitrr :
worth all 10-11 It ant z 'rf
your I 11-1
Ii'I effort. Especially 111''I Kffle stated "I hope to continue I I doubt -- ,'

r e of the baffling rise and to make friends keep friends, A mixture of a scream shriek, .\0 flf'H IIP 'PI.If' "fIO"

nations is It and be a friend the rest of my I, and IIhout.'Pumpklnll KO/t Tit IIKKIt I INOT" i iivvnufe
to '
' necessary I with faces and Mill Mo. IH.1I
'to life. yellow .
think straight. ( ''.: lit IIKItKDY. : fllVEN. '!
Some of you may know this bright-.- That iieo! f:. Turner holder of tax \ 1 6 4e
1 'look and her nickname These. are needed for Hallowe'en Cvrtlflcat No. Snd Issued the
think friendly girl by ;! flied I
I day of July A U. 1S.IO. has ,
argument's brink which Is "Webb" II I night! / "am In my office 1 and has n"If'1' ( \
'oprn to I( appllcHtlon. for a tax deed
*> ( Masks so black and facet hidden| l....ill thr..on. Maid c..rllrl..ltt..1
choose a'hn .
you say UIIAT KIND: OF I mnra a the following
I minute Tricks played which are unbidden.'.proprrfy In the
of the day : IM VOU LIKE County d.'tb.1
. ford State of Florida,
a"I be Bad children on broomstick rid: -
sweeter. Jewell Reddish--Enjoys: plays lx>r* S, of fllk C. N. J. Jones
or music or a combination of dt'n. I Addition' (o Murk In 11I1-:'? >>f J A drink has to be good to be en-
look( > and think Lot of fun no Intended slight ,,| N W'.. W .., Walnut 8t.. Nee. 2* I
I both. Twp. < H. It. 22 t;.
on 'lecixlon's brink Jean Edwards- Anything but a I These are needed for Hallowe'ennight I I The aim"iiiim"rit <>f the said pr&p joyed millions of times a day by peoplein
seem to totter. I arty under the sold certificate. l Issued Drink
'..1 1 'lf>n't speaker; music best of all. Wit" |In the name of A. K I
follow the rule GodwinPlays.. ('are nteae. walk of life
Garland the world
like witch
t'avs keeping cool Costumes goblin, or I'nifna Ha Id certificate shall t.. I every over.
;ill: be Hazel Smith-"Give me a com- elf.Pretended. redeemed -rordinK to law the

hotter. bination." Mont anythingbut to be other than ones- old property to the cI..rlb..cI hlKh l.t therein bidder will at th b** It / The experience of four generations has

(reWScf Eunice Snowden- self court house door on the first hi",,' t
a speaker. Stealing jelly off the shelf Iy In the month of November ice-cold
pronounced Coca-Cola be _
Musical 1940 which' la the 4th day of to
Betty Stringfellow Pale white ghosts on left and 140.

". u\ have Tome secret programs. right- 1, 140I hated thus 2nd day of O..t"II.r. Delicious dnd "delicious and welcomeits

Some of those in 9FTarbroughTo Mike Pew-Plays or a picture TheRe are needed for Hallowe'en [i KKICIAI HKAf.) A. J. Thorn.. refreshing."You

tthow. I night! II III I fl.rk of flrruit Court of Bradford
, nee what Patsy p.oberl.-AII.thing different I ICnunty, Florida' 10-4 bl ll-l tingling good taste and its after-sense

IS! '*e In Sunny Stern- from a speaker; music:,IAn air of mystery a tale of fun <.
If Eace. Acid
h j plays, and picture shows. All happenings enjoyed by each FREE |I youfmlniotStomach causes ti of complete refreshment.PAUSE .
Iartln-To I (me
be a good Mae Parker-Skits.
' F
' Ule-rs
''tUSI Thomas Trees A n amateur A big. yellow moon. DO sun,

arch 1 can-t tell hour.. I IA I heart neither too hard nor BIotinfC,Haartburn.Belchin.. THAT REFRESHES

J"h1_ To you Mene 8u--No chapelat light- NauM*.get a Ire. _pl. of UDGA

,t t Petk' To be 1'0 an abroad.aviator.jl Florence all. "My: my! This>' is mo..1 I I These are! needed for Hallowe'ennight and a />.. interacting booklet at STAHKE BOTTLED UNUCK AUTHORITY Of Till COCA-COLA CO. BY

gn.a: Se'\\'ell. reporter. extraordinary." I| I I CAKPENTKK': IUCUO STOKE COCA-COLA HOTTLINO COMPANY <

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PAGE FOUR here, McPherson) raises Old Ned when
\\1 Construction Co., Dolly Lambe'S

I)i' l .:< 4 t"tr'j'll'i : ; SOCIETY _and CLUBS I Larson(Lawtey Boom .Oddities school. Also marm: Everybody's Miss) Young, already McLeod bo and couple personable I don't that know struck. -when Have me I've as acute being meta his It's Martile cause Telegraph he Hemingway misses Is late me, trousseau go. ,! .Hope. blonde hints about, ,Dolly glvln'and'handaom an old 111414 a !II s t f

the Bill Graham
learned to wait for too Some buyin. bowling Loyree: .Mls 1.o1'l11ne
little boy tad I
Miss Lena Hough Weds W. :.M. U. Circles To !Meet\ Y. W. A. Meeting Held lights to change before crossin' 1 nice folks you should soon' get cause the new Seaboard spur bustlin- down: (rah,Mrs. II,
sleepln' on track runs right through one of with St
i With Mrs. A. M.\ DarbyThe Call Street Men to know: the E. U. Johnsonslive plan for the t
,, Walter Frank Andrews Circle No. 1 of the Baptist benches at the courthouse (plenty downstairs at Simmons), an' his nice new sign boards new beauty parlor"Ptnln of II

; Here Saturday Afternoon Woman's Missionary Society will Young Women's Associationof more benches in (the park, folks) the( B. Richardsons at Mrs. Mrs. Mike (Roosevelt) Dew and I in all) the 'OUa\

s meet with Mrs. J. M. Brownleeat the Baptist Church met at the Tired woman Sattidy night Frazee'a You may see Viola Mrs. Vincent (Wlllkle) St. John- forget to t Vllt",,, ', *mwt *

Irll" The sweet attains! from the organ 3:00: o'clock Monday afternoon. home of Mrs A. M, Darby Mon- sittln1 slap on the sidewalk to get and Caroline with Florence North the bestest of chums-dlnagree on X mark 19 'm,. T'JeSla\, y,
; blended: with the soft glow Mrs. L G Powell In leader of day night for a business and pro- her child to sleep Shootin'gallery mos' any mornln' politics but refuse to let It bust ''II 'n". ont eal

from the candles harmonized Into tills circle. gram meeting: comes to town, opens up, seen the new postcards I up their friendship S. E. etman.! ( Uiuij

an appropriate atmosphere sur- The meeting place for Circle Twelve members were present, shuts up, opens again Palmist Have in Carpenters you and Canovas? I Sparks corns hurt him Mondayan' at the pull, '" Set
of Miss! tent 0 n Call he rain within 21
rounding the wedding the l pitches her predicted
In out
No. 2 will be announced including Mrs. M. F Hazen Telegraph put 'em
/ The
1 of Unalaaka. boom for Starke Well, thanks for
Lena Orlan Hough Street predicts hours tryln',
v i
: Church bulletin Sunday. councilor. A splendid report of feature such delightful ('aro!)>
; Alaska, daughter of Mr. H. L. Mrs. F. A. Scott taxl-lng up and they her anyway, Mr. S. The W. B.
{ t't H. A, Law- the work was given, stat- Manasaa in
No. 3. Mrs. 3-ear's Elvalee
Circle w.
lift;i ? M, ,1kp Hough of Starke Florida, and Mr. to the postoffice Ferns growIn' scenes as the Sewetls are lot huntin Jean- S. C. S. Will Meet
son leader, will meet at 3:00: o'- ing that all bills were paid. Plans famed strawberry hat,
Walter Frank, Andrews of Miami, cool 'n' green next to busy ette Kincaid Is house plannm' .
clock at the home of Mrs. S, E. for the new year were discussed. eye-filling Dowling twins smoth- The Woman ,
Florida, at 6:30: o'clock Saturday Western Union Arthur( Williams'second Hear Iris (Epperson) VanSickle Society ,
t, 1',4Vky1 t r evening. October 26th, In the First Sparks. The program on Home MIs- peaceful spot) Good ered In snow-white pear blossoms, will arrive from Cal, early In De- Uan St'I'VIC" of ''It, of Ch
nr'c H'I I I Methodist Church of this city. Circle No. 4, Mrs. H. L. Hough sions was well carried out. thing It's protected by a fence, Old Lady Adams, the Hampton cember for a month's visit church Will meet Monday leti(

,, The Rev. H. A. Spencer, Pastor leader, will meet at 7:30: o'clock During the social period delicious though-or cars would drive on In Beach fortune teller, and a couple sel- I When told that there are 900 noon at ::3 n'clock at 'ht lit
cullud boys ', hOIllt
i of the Church, performed the Impressive Monday night at the home of Mrs. refreshments were served ." Saw a car parked on the of broad-grtuned M and Mrs L A Davil. ,
ceremony In the presence R. G. Kidd with Mrs. J. C. Gar- by the hostess. school lawn Sunday noon 'n' a lin' strawberries along the road kids in school here, one of Ruby Davis will) be hosless 10 l!

r ( of the Immediate families. ner as co-hOHtesa. Those pieeent were: Misses whole family enjoyln' a picnic They're the tops In "local Mae Perkins roomers remarkedthat circles on this occasion,the 114!tk

The Church was! beautifully Florled and Willa Vida Killings- spread! After (dodging autos color" we have the most childrenfor women affiliated with the
decorated, Florida greenery foim- Birthday (I'arty Given worth, Misses Fannie and Ruby all one afternoon, Eva Shepherd I Note to Ethel Sewell: Wear this size town he'd ever seen dist church Ire also Cordlall1

e t Ing a background for the tall baskets For Nancy KnightMrs. Sllcox, Mills Doris Crews, Miss wise-cracks: "I'm going back to your red hat more often It's Then she explained that it vlLed to attend Mrs A. \\0\
1' n v of pink and white asters! and Gladys Johnson, Miss Margaret the penitentiary where it's safe!" I perfect with your silver tresses was a "consolidated" school vice president, ,>f the SOCietl',

the tall white tapers In silver H. V. Knight entertainedat Lennon, Miss Ida Lee Cone, Miss Nookle Wainwright rode 'horse- have charge th prngraatr

candelabra placed a t Intervals a surprise weiner and marshmallow Dorothy Alvarez, Miss Ethel Tay Wonder If Ferrol Jones' all- Understand Ralph Rhodes back to Camp Blanding Sunday which there! will oe !

=!tq; ,ts. r along the chancel* railing. roast Monday afternoon lor, Miss Martile Hemingway, and black jitter-bug shirt an' skirt at (preppln' for West Point at Ft. I tryln' out his new saddle .1 hour. oclal
l r Mrs F 11. Long, organist, and from 5 o'clock to 6:30: o'clock at Mrs M. F. Hazen the dance las' Friday night were

I Mrs. E. L. Biggs, contralto, presented the Knight: home on North Wal- symbolical? You know, she .
y.; n ", a beautiful program of nut Street honoring her seven Wedding Attendants was jus' before lenvln' for Knoxville -

nuptial music! Including "To a year old daughter. Nancy, who Tenn, to dance at the Roxy
t"IRi; ', y Wild Rose," "The Sweetest Story celebrated: her birthday anniversary Friends of Miss Lois Adklns theatre, so maybe she was In
4t( q Ever Told," and the traditional at this time. will be Interested to learn that mournln' because she hated to t.

aw 3 marches. The young folk were entertainedon she Is to be one of the brides- leave Starke so bad Swell 'J O t' gaa 1- .

'ty r The bride, unattended, wore a' the spacious lawn, and decora- maids in the Adklns-Parrlsh wed- opportunity, though Fenol, an'I

i,, r f period, gown of white satin with Ions of Hallowe'en colors and :. ding which will be solemnized tomorrow wish you lots of luck Mrs.
cut-outs added, atmosphere to the night at 8 o'clock In Jones should be the one In mourn-
,' i ( a fitted bodice, short sleeves and
't 4 long full skirt A long veil of occasion. Nancy and her guests Gainesville. In' How she'll miss her dot- OF FALL & wiNTER|

1' bridal Illusion wan shirred to a roasted. welners and mArshmallows Little Catherine Brownlee, ter! They were simply Inseparable -

cornet of seed pearls.! Her flow- and played games. Those daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton |
ers were white chrysanthemums! enjoying the afternoon with I Brownlee o f Gainesville, and : Coudn't see much at the game : FASHIONS FOR 1940
# and bride's roses, showered with fancy' were Dottie Sue Biggs, las' Friday for the dust, but man-
pompon chrysanthemums.: Her fancy Light foot, Johnnie Garner, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. aged to catch a glimpse of Mrs i

Ad. i only ornament was a hand-made, Merry Beth, Charles, and Hollis\ M. Brownlee of Starke, will be Perryman's smot yellow turban bycSibE1

; pearl brooch. I
Immediately after the ceremony New Pastimes: Wonderin'

1 Mr. and Mrs. Andrews left for a whose numbers are beln' drawn ,

wedding trip. Upon their return I Carolyn Callstreet'Round for the draft (A, W. Andersonwas 4si :

h they will reside. In Orlando, Flora Order No. 9 in this county-
a ida. The bride traveled In a sea- right up near the head of the I s f TrY

foam crepe tailored costume with And Around The Town She Goes list) Well, so long A. W.-
t nice to have known'
black accessories. I awfully you .
,s f And Where She Slops, Nobody KnowsI'm Wonderin1 who REALLY

rx !Mrs. R. H. bought the Pace property r
x Kelly klnda like little Ona Dem- cooks) asked what she could take to f ,
Tryin' recognize your roomers
Honored Tuesday Morning orest Says she us)a like her an' Aunt Vida said, "Corn-
when they come in covered with THE THREE-BUTTON DRAPE HIT OF THE SEASON
At Informal Party wnlkln to school, but now she bread" So Mrs Uglow did, Blanding dust Wonderin'jus'
enjoys It only to the corner of an' Presto-another! miraculous how Canova's is gonna be

Mm. T. T. Long was hostess I Gay's service station From cure ,
fixed (snuck a look at the blueprints The name of Siebler spells magic in the
Tuesday morning at 10:30: o'clock there on the traffic's so bad It's Ruby Johns back to work at tother day when Levywasn't .9", world l of men's t t .. Stabler
when she entertained at an Informal more of a struggle than a pleasure Leila's Her deft ability asa watchln'-loDks I like I a observers
had inthe field
Coca-Cola honoring Sattidy night had strawberry hair makes her keen-eyed
party stylist absence pretty swell layout to me) ? e (.
Mrs. R. H. Kelley, who with Col. season beat a mile next to a calamity for some of Gazln' at thut unusual black fir. = sketching and checking the newest and

t Kelley, Is making her home at People buyln' groceries (stores us "per nlcklty" gals Mrs. necklace in Maiguerite's window smartest in fashions and fabrics and now

t Camp Blanding. Col. Kelley Is have a time keepln' stocked) W G. Halle lookln' mighty sassy they are ready for Alexander & Co., to present

'commanding officer of the camp. New Klngsley; residents lookln In her new hair-do Jeanette Fine feathers might not make ,F them to the well-dressed men of StarKe

t1 ,,' Artistic arrangements of radi- for slack suits Cops busy KincAid turnln heads Sunday In fine birds, but they're certainly and vicinity. To summarize their findings(

i ance roses and chrysanthemums kcepin traffic straight ( whydon't her new blue dress 'n' hat becomln'! to Madge Mlddleton and e m is an impossible task-you will simply hate

were placed to advaptage throughout we give up and quit tryln'to (Ask her about her veil though!) Blanche McClelldn By the f to come to our store this week-end and see
double park?) 'Sfunny, This week's award for dignityand have
,, the home In decorating for way you met the McClel- !
this lovely affair. when the _streets get full, the poise. goes to Mrs (Major) lans? He keeps office foiTODAY'S for yourself However, in passing: may we
Jails get full, cause the men get I mention the gentleman on the left who feel f .
During the morning/ Mra. Long, i' Oh well-the No. 1 hit of
full, cause ". so perfectly ease in Siebler'
assisted by her sister Mra. D. P.
city Jnll was packed Sattidy and them all-the THREE-BUTTON DRAPE
Carpenter, nerved' tempting refreshments -
of Cocn-Colu. potatochips Sunday nights Saw It with F ,-" with piped pockets and flap on each pocket.The
my own eyes, and not a pretty
olives, and I dainty open face rough tweeds are very much in demand
sight, either Inmates Jammed
sandwiches tail and particularly well-suited to
e together and not enough room to year
Thost Invited meet Mrs. Kelley this model. lien plaids back in favor
_ / to sleep on the bunks are
werel) Mrs 1 1. L. Williams, Was I mad when I heard about w and at least one suit in this fabric should
sy Mrs O. L. Reaaley, Mrs K. O. be included in well-dressed mans
s the weddin" Sattidy night!-Why every
Duncan Mrs R. A. Green Mrs. wasn't I peepln' In a window? wardrobe. Come by today and be measuredfor .
U A. Davis Mrs. R. G. Kldd, THE DAY !
: Lena Hough (nurse) comln'all your winter Siebler outfit., Suit pme5rang'e
;!ask! Mrs W, 11. Sewell. Mra.\ C. A.
the way home from Alaskato
from $24.75 to $44.50.
Knight, Mra A. Z. Adklns. Mrs {
; 'tI be married in our Methodist
J. W. Kincaid, Mr*. M. F. Brown, Grand Openingof
Church Unnerstand her dress
i Mrs L. D. Vining and her mother, I
(brought along with her from
? tic Mrs. W L. Joiner of Dublin, Ga,
Junulaska) was gorjus
Mrs, E. L. Matthews, and Mra. L. the Turning to "S. It 0 d Save"
( An' speukln of comln home, our thoughts topcoats (and don't pall
F. Chapman and Mrs. J. Q. Godwin -
of the State Farm. It gets more 'n' more like ole let this warm weather fool you-winter is
1 home week around here every a f
clay-thanks, of course, to dear on the way), we see the gentleman belowat
U. D. C. Meets! WednesdayThe ole Blanding Recent: returnees ladu? 9ai right in one of Siebler's favorite three- ALEXANDER'SFAVORITE

Include Homer Limbaugh ('mem .. !
1 button single-breasted
W T. Weeks Chapter, models. The loose .
ber when he was star of the B.
United Daughters of the Confed- H, S. basketball team?) and family backs seem to be the trend these days 'although -

eracy, will meet Wednesday after- Broward Lovell (one- BEAUTY SALON you may still have the belled backif I
noon, November 6. at 3:30: o'clock,
time B. H. S, coach and: now
at the home of Mr. and Mra L.. you prefer. Siebler's new wrinkle in top
superintendent-elect: o f Mitrlor
A. Davis Hostesses will be Mrs. County schools) Lou Struth :+: coats this year is the pivot sleeve number

Davis.Mrs. J.Mrs.M. nro S. E.nlee.Brownlee, and also work In' at Blanding ,, .+t: with military collar, which packs more style ,
Then there's Maude Crews (lookIn' t
than any coat we've ever seen of similar sy
trimmer than ) down from
Executive Hoard ConvenesThe JHX to rent her property An' OPENING WEEK SPECIALS type. Other models with fly fronts slash -

Executive: Board of the "Miss Nelle" Nollman ('membei pockets, split sleeves, stitched edges and

1 Starke Woman's Club will meet when you "took" music f r o m Regular $7.50 Oil Permanent. ___ $3.00 pockets stand-up collars-in short, anything -
her?) up from Sebring .
Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'- Glad to see Aunt Vlda oui t Regular $3.00:> Creme Wate-.Only __ $3.50 you would expect in a 1910 topcoat. 17I,
clock In the club auditorium<< with Machineless Waves Valued At $7.50 .._ $6.50
again Says cornbread cured All coats may be had with double
the president, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, her Seems Mrs. John Ugtou I :Machineless Waves Valued At $5.50:> $1.50 duty zip-
In the chair (one of Starke's most famous (These Prices Include Shampoo & Set) in linings at slight extra cost. Come by to- .

day and be measured for your new Siebler 4f
Come In And Our New And S
Try Scientifically topcoat. Prices from
range 21.75 to ,Yi1t :
ar . Developed Scalp Treatments And Electric $11.50. rfd
Q Facials

J __ __ 0Ct1 1
Rest Facial (With Electricity) __ $2.00

Plain Facial _. __ __ _ __ ______ ,75 3-BUTTON SINGLE-BREASTED TOP COAT

4 i I Shampoo And Set ___ __ _____________ .50

a Oil Shampoo And Set ___ ___ _____ .75 I'

e fdl"zrs0lGrNf'e Ms'i Manicure .50:>

It's the cut that counts in the clothes you wear. '

l'lhl'' _' You are cordially I Cutting is an art requiring natural aptitude and y r w ?;

i long years of apprenticeship. The ability to '
expertly -

TWO talstrawllr ONE
small group of men who have

I y BIB OCTOBER 3031NOVEMBER I to attend our tom tailoring their life's work. From this made select cus 111

1 r !/ 4 1-2 circle of artisans SIEIJLER
f House"any drawn the best
DAYS I in order that the
- high
: MORE THAN 250 standard of custom ex- q r I cc-llency)) maintained
t4 by this
time FridayRefreshments organization
each and every garment.
ti You and millions mere thrifty shoppers & CO., is Proud to represent

t 1TiLtC have welted months for this great sale.t I Starke and Vicinity. SIEBLER In f

t Now it's here- bigger and better than

ver-the chance to get at remarlabl

r4 the need the fall and winter
y savings many items you'll during Lorraine Hartman l.o'ree Hartman
!,;t All Rvxall merchandise ts sold on a money-back guarantee of

In satisfaction.CARPENTER'S I I .o 2 ALEXANDER &" CO.

pl ,y ya CALL STREET _

fN !.I :''Qf, .D ,IrQ''" .0" .'. VA-LUIS J.'bWN. I 1. ST \RKE. FLORIDA

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pt1Y. New Paul Knight Song Opens Office Here way In regaining; a share of the I Florida.... to ,be for laeued a Charter In the sale name l CMrt. ell- '
; BITS of LOCAL NEWS lettuce market; and It is believed "HIlADKOnn ('OtlNTV. f A I It
, The H. E. Wolfe Construction that a revival of the Industry in PUS T
= --- .. M. L, B. McLeod la well under JON"S-loANnrrOnlO-WHI'1'M
I = --- -- -- -- -- -- --- NBC Sunday P. Company and the Florida way. Nl'MHKH 16. THH AMRRiCAreLI'IJION.

r a was Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Miss Sara Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and |I Construction Company from St. The United States Imports place of."business to nave In flrarke Ha principal, Plmrw
;crew* of Tues day. Barefoot, and Mrs. Simeon Phil children and Miss Sarah Little t of Friends of Paul Knight formerly i Augustine and Orlando road around seven million pounds. of. Ida' to provide authority for (It.*
Starke of Starke and now with the most of It said American L-itlon Pout t..p.n.ur .
handling Camp coming
In building concern Paprika a year
\\91t r lips spent Wednesday in Jackson Gainesville were guests Sunday I of I a. .'/11.., xpn..ltlo", east
National Broadcasting Compa.ny.New ; I' from [ Hungary
Jugoslavia. Spain
spent ville. Mr .and Mrs. K: G. Duncan. Blanding contracts recently other amtiiieruentM and to engage)
Martha Brownlee York City, will be Interested opened a local office In the Green and Bulgaria. Experimental in the sauna, annually. The Corwlioriklliin
ylss I n Jacksonville with to hear one of his own musical 'building Immediately west of the. plantings Indicate that this crop to be formed under tb*
,daYpda Dr. and Mrs. Edward Smoak of Mr. and Mrs. Jock Williams Hl.ov.. name shall exist for a prrlndlof
compositions which will\ \ be featured I Starke Hotel formerly used by can be successfully grown In Flor- nlnlynln ynHm: all catsaman.her
Tampa were guests Saturday of Gainesville\ were guests Friday
of the Jon..C..lont'Vhll. -
' o f Slater, night of Mr. and MI-H M. F. and Saturday of Mrs. Williams' over the N. D. C. red net' N D. Walnwright, Jr. Three em- I ida. Commercial plantings made I'nHt Number SO. The inert-
'dllt'r swanbom. Brown. work Sunday afternoon at 4 o .' playas of the company handle this year yielded better than 400 ran l*irlon. 8tat of Florida, nhatll
his Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. 'I
J, the week-end here with x parents clock. the office work and are D.V.. bushels to the acre. A bushel of l b. moinhxrn,In a corporation of the Corporatina.whleh net !for.

flY Friends of Mrs. P. E. Ca nova Mrs. C. F. Boyer and son C. The title of the song la "Snbu" ,.I McClellan, treasur'r.V.. N. green pepper weighs 25 pounds profit. The affairs.. of the Cor

i. Charles Hardy, will regret to learn that she Is F., Jr., of Jacksonville were weekend and It will be sung by Yvette I Smith Jr.. secretary' and Mrs.Margaret no acre yields are running close nt imratlnn all time HIV conilurted to b mnnaird by the anti Offli'irH -
and Mrs. ac Amann stenographer to 10.000 pounds.At acid American. L..
of his parents In confined to her home because of guests of Mrs. Hover's par N. B. C.'a popular songstress of the KtomINrnt.
'.wpre guests Illness. companied by Irving; Miller's or i all of Orlando Gainesville the paprika The Ily-ljiw of the Corporattnn -
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning.Mr. era to be made by thairnenilMra t
gker Sunday. chestra. I seeds were planted in late January 01 t h e sale l Aniarleam

A Jr., of Orlando Mrs. W. L.. Joiner of Dublin. and Mrs. J, A. Landrum The music was composed by, I Rank HolidayThe the plants transplanted to amended l.-irli>n lont or rxwlndrd and' may by ba a alt.twthlyda r..*....
1 v here with Mr. Ga., Is the guest of her soninlawand and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rowe of Mr. Knight and the words were I I Florida Bank at Starke the field In March and the harvest vote of the said mmlinmuThe
week-end In Dr. F. S. I I h/ amount of Indebted'
the July.
I daughter :Mr. and( Mrs. L. Inverness were guests Sunday of written by Steve DeHaup, also un reaped
w. L. Wall. will not be open for business on I truck horticulturist at n..11 or liability to which the ton-
lrJ. D. Vining. Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum.Dr. employee of N B. C. j I I next November :5r Gen- Jamison porallon may mibjert Itself Rhalt.
Tuesday the Experiment Station believes not eireed Klve Thousand Dolla....
VV. .:. Mlddleton. Mrs. W.fflllh eral Election Day a legal holiday that It be earlier In The amount of real Seines whtcb
and Miss Mural Smith Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly and and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton' Association Officers j> In Florida. can planted the ('..rp..ratlon may own Khali notextwml
January farther south in Florida. One) Hundred Thousaaath.llars
daughter Freddie Wlmberly. and and MISH Madge Middleton spent
In Jacksonville. I The nlimTltivm. to ih.
Friday It Is estimated that this new!
Ruth Simpson spent! Monday In Sunday afternoon In Jacksonville I Mrs R. A. Thomas was elected (hartr and the Offlr. ..ri' to conduct -
Is Jacksonville.Miss with Mr. and-Mrs. E. L. Middle- president of the New River Association I II Eugene Hinson Clayton crop will afford a profitable use the .."..Ir. r>f the (forponL
of Hollywood stay- 'I tlon until the next annual elnt'ttomif
Rose for about :3,000 acres. The only
K A. Thomas and ton. W. M. U. at Its annual Eugene Hlnnon Clayton 3-year- Ofrirwra of the above names
lih( Mrs. Edith Rowe spent FridayIn meeting held recently at the Law old lion of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. other stale experimenting with Amorlran -nlon 1'imt are H >.
Blanding. 1\11".1 .
played at Camp 'I Paprika at the time is Turner Jacksonville with her brother Mrs W. B. Alexander tey Baptist Church. Other new Clayton of Gainesville and Hampton present i, -(:ommnndtr; A. .1. Thoma

Wells of Tampa and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wilmii Alexander Mrs. L. FDinkins officers are: Mrs. K. D. Tenly, died Wednesday night; October Louisiana. i Klnanre Offlrer: and! N. I'). WalnwrlKht. -

% Hortense Sunday of Con- Vernon Rowe. and Miss Martlle Hemingway I I vice-president; Mrs. WV\ K. Jenkins I 23, in Riverside Hospital in No one can say at the moment,' Anyone. 'Jr.objtM'tlnfc the iNHUanceiof S.
,le, guest R. A. Green. spent Friday In Jackson secretary-treasurer; Mrs. L. j' Jacksonville following an attack just' what opportunities the war the Mild Charter will pli-ane. b.presont *
Mrs ,
and will farmers and and pr..lll their objcllona -
man Mr. and Mrs. G. L, Patten of ville. K. Wilson, young people's I leaderThey j of pneumonia. open to growers j at the lime and place above

Dowling returned Tallahassee' spent the week-end I were installed! by Mrs. C. jM. j Funeral services were held at In Florida Experimental work Is 1 .lONK'H'-i.ANdKoitn-wnrrK
Nettie done ramie which It PrA1Nt1MIFIt
i'IS here with Mrs. Patten's mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell. Britt Inn of Jacksonville, divisional Hope Cemetery near Theresnn last being with f.lI. TIIM A.MKHICAMI.KOHtN.
Saturday after spending a I :Mrs E. I:. Canovn. Mrs. II. A. Bishop and daughter. president j ji Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Is believed holds great possibilities 8TAIIKH, .".r..dIItItIA.II d,
Jackson- I ns a commercialcrop. 1 It. J. Turner Commander
with relatives In Nina .spent Sunday In Jacksonville i i I I'I i with the Rev. G. K. McCauley of. profitable ni 4\ II-M
The Increased use,
Friends of Miss Frances Peck visiting n. T. Richard, who :' Adult Union Formed j flcl.UIng. Arrangements were In of plastics steadily another avenue'

will regret to learn that she was Is ill. 'I charge of Key McCabe. opens
for of beans and
I Adult Union was recently ]iI the growing soy
and" Mrs. Homer Limbaugh confined to her home Wednesday A Baptist Pallbearers were Thornton
am, HrimerJ r.o! Lakeland because of illness. Mis. J. B. Mills and Mrs. Harold I organized here and 1 the following Johns Wilson May Wallace Cola other crops used in (the manufacture

an apartment at the home of Mills and baby of Green Cove officers elected: Mrs. R, Una and Clyde Rahme. of plastics.

and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mr. Springs were guests Wednesday! Thomas president; Mrs. A. A'j The child 1 was the grandson of The surface of Florida's agricultural I 1 *! '
B. S. Matthews is
Mrs. upending I
Ugh Is employed at Camp of Mrs. E. M. Thomas and :Mr. i Lightfoot, vlce-preslJent; P. M. Mrs. Q. W. IIlnson of Hampton. opportunity barely A
; this week In Orlando with her been scratched and much '
I L. U. progress L
img, and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson. Barefoot secretary; Mrs.
son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and II should be made the
coming year
I I Morgan treasurer; L. A. '

.........-....---........-.. Mrs II. n. McLendon. Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump will 'I Bible reader. Other officers Russell KayTOO IN Illlflir 1'n111'1' IXM, Non t urrr rgand'J !

RIDDLES spend 1 Sunday In Orlando with) I I will be chosen later. Illl *I>KI>MII lltt'NTt. Kl.011111 % ;;

UMFORD Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova of their daughter Miss Lillian All members of the church who NOTK'W IX TO rtlAXCKIIV HKKKNUANTUlllHM : :

Gainesville spent Tuesday morn- Stump who Is a student nurse at' I are over 25: years of age lire Invited LATE Mlllor,
Why if Nellie// Newton Ing here with Mr. Ca nova's the General Hospital.Mr. i'Ialntlif
Orange to meet with thin union on TO CLASSIFY .v" T$ ltd
dancing in the kitchen mother Mrs. E. E. Canova Sunday nights at 6:30: o'clock. Ui>yK. Miller.I I
and Mrs. Hugh Griffin of J JltU The October Issue of the Progressive I iffrmfiint. <>! Farmer carries Interesting IN TIIM] NAMI'1 Of' THM STATIC '
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Turley had Waldo Mrs. Rebecca Epps and ('.\ OF THINKS:' an 0'"' 1"1,111(11"" IlitlolliJTINUI:
1 is guests the first of the week daughter, Miss Ruth Epps of feature article on Florida TO: liny 10. Miller who. reel.lenes ,l- I Lj14L$
We wish express our appreciation written by J. Francis CClopt'r.eodllorlal In unknown
t n heir uncle and aunt, Mr. and Tallahassee were guests Sundayof for the many klndnesacs -' You urn h,*r'*by required la appear -
.frs. Carter of Selma Ala. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin. director of the Florida | to the lilll nf complaint' fltaiiUKuhiKt
and for the
expressions -
I shown un : Experiment Stlltlon.Entltl..1 you lirrvln on i>r bororvUmftiibiM' ,
... of sympathy during our rod A. i). 1040. It 'Infurther /rufmf Ajar' 1 I''
\ accompaniedby Mrs. R. A. Green and I ItOn., "New Crops) for Florida nnliTfil. that thin order hispu1.11hrd maym Loan OH"But -
Ann Johns
.. Little recent bereavement. ," the article lells of the pro In the J ... her grandparents, Mr. and Robert Alexis, II, and (daughter, -The family of Mrs. Flora TttlPKruitti' i% nw whimper mihllHh. .*tlIn common ..,... t
f.. ]I Lu. spent Monday afternoon In n'l gress being made with such new ..h'....lord. Coiinty, Florida, once I did not feoff i r
H. Ritch of Jacksonville
Mrs. I Ca last week-end in DeLand Gainesville with Mrs. Green's par wanks.Wllneaa. I Mold bond thai 4
ents Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Harris I Improved sweet potatoes my hand and official /.or** no JoubI ,- ,
H. A. Durden.
with Mr. and Mrs.
Jobs OfferedBy In 1914 when I first came to ..ant I thin lath day of (U-tuber, I IMO.OI'I'MCIAI. will not Jb. ap.any
Florida this state had ( I KKAI.) A. J. TliKiiiHM,
an Import.
.. I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cnnova and Civil ServiceThe I C'lnk of Ctn-ult, IViirt. ll-t 41 II-III oaJ''I
lOSI M I lMm d a n w In boklnf- Nick Carter and James Downof ant Industry in the production of !
.... x.lh. IUMPOIO Inking Powder. end daughters Mary Ann and Carolyn -
Columbia S. C., were guests Dig Boston or loone-heailed let II O '!' I t J M
Li-..MI ...1..... S.nd for our FREE ,..1... last week of Mr. Carter's uncle ) of Gainesville were guests U. S. Civil Service Commls-! tuce. Then California developed TO WHOM IT StAY ''ONr..I'IiN: : HAROLD C WALL ,
.damn. lunlotd, lokln teals IU I, NOTIl'IO' 18 UK UK II y IIIVKN ,
of Mr. Can- 1
L,, Monday afternoon slon Is announcing competitive ex- her I'
Mrs. famed
'd Chad Itlond.' and aunt, Mr. and Iceberg variety and I hot tin IlllitorMlKMfil. .ION t KH ,
Hutto.IDANCE. 8.1 ova's, mother, Mra. E. E. Canova nmlnatlons for ten positions In'' look the lettuce market from us C I.AN the vicinity of Starke. Nine of almost! UK:1 1 III'. Till) AMMIIICAN,: I.KHION.: P I
tented at HlMikv. Kliirltlu.' will on GENERAL INSURANCE
--- Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Lawson the jobs are In'connection with With the development of a new HitlurilnyNovember. / am. h. A. II. I YOU HAVe.|
''While the fourth 1IHf, at Io:111' i> uVlork. In the f..r..- '
Julia Eastman Camp Blanding/ ,,, of ,
and 1 family and Mrs. type Iceberg lettuce that can iiiion, or n" nun. thprpurtvr KM II... PLIASG PHONK
spent Sunday afternoon In Is position aV: substitute clerk be successfully grown In Florida, ..HIIU. may hu henril.' apply to tbaIliinnruliln
Lake Butler with Mrs. Lawson's at the postofflce''here.The I this state is making real head. >. X. Aflklnn, ut hi. offlow -. .
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I In Ih.ourthouse. In Wnrko.
parents; ; Mr. and Mrs. C.' II. position.are: us follows: | I

KEYSTONE .HEIGHTS I IWOMAN'S Register.Mr. Electrician ($1,680 a year) In -
l I the Quartermaster Corps War

t and Mrw. E. Lawson and Dept, Camp nlandlng. Applications
CLUB '10n. Jerry formerly of Winter ] close Nov.'. 14. okf t Ample

November 2nd. I Haven moved this week to Plumber Sl.flSO a year) In JLj \ P I
Saturday Night, "Sturke. where they will make I Quartermaster Corps War Dept., Parking Space ,
l Mr. Lawson is connected
their home.
Camp RlanJiriK. Applications close
9:00 tilTED I with his brother H. A.I November 14.Carpenter .

Lawson, In the wholesale meat
I i U .650 a year) In
SHERWOOD I buslnexs. Quartermaster Corps War Dept., GROCERIESSugar

And His Floridians Robert Jackson was a visitor Camp D1and Ing. Applications
Applications clone No. 14.Stearnfltter .

rapt $1.23 LADIES TREE ; of to Mr.Gainesville Jackson Tuesday.will be interested Friend. Sl'680( : a yeaf) In''' Maxwell House '

I to learn that he has resigned his Quartermaster Corps War Dept, 21 C 22,C .
Sponsored By Eugene W. McDonald 5 Pounds
; position with the City Light and Camp nlandlng. Applications Coffee, Lb.

Benefit Keystone Heights Woman Club Water Plant to accept the Job clone: Nov. 22. \

--. ..... -.- ,-,-_ ..... .--,--.'\) as chief operator for the Ritz Baker ( $1,020 a year), Camp. 10 Lbs. No. 1 PiHsburjrFlour 1 )
Theatre here. Blanding. Applications: clone Nov. 12 7'

ember :5.Mess j Irish Potatoes C 20 Lbs. > C

NAT SEZ Mr and 1 Mrs. W. H. Hart and attendant ($720 a year), .
Miss Lucille,, Kennedy spent the Camp Dland Ing. Applications No. 2.Can 24 Lbs.

This is one lime when "l\e got week-end in Baxlay) and Surrency close; November. :3. j 5c 73c
and Mrs. Hart visited
your number" really mean aolneIf Ga.. Mr. Mrs. A. M. Cook ( $1,020 n year), Camp TomatoesFancy Sol Flour
t Mr Hart's mother,
IhinK Our Uncle Sam has the nlandlng. Applications close November
Miss Kennedy -
; lot f Hart In Surrency :5.Meat :
number of it o joimKmennr ; t
1 and he't beginning visited her parents. Dr. and cutter ($1,020 a ) 2 Pkgs..
+ ()un l 4 to pull 'em out of his high silk Mrs. K. D. Kennedy In Baxley. Camp landlnj{. Applications 13 C 5 C
Bananas 4 Lbs.
hut.Vell, so long, fooyw-we're close November 5. Salt
A. Z. Adkins 1
and Mrs.
proud of you! If jour I'ncle Nat Judge Hospital attendant, ( $000 a

had a little more hair on Tilt are spending today and tomorrowIn of Mr.and year), Camn Ulan creaks, In her Gainesville as guests November 5. .
head and a few less' Ions close 25c 5c
Adklns. Tomorrow '
joint, he'd lie right in therellli evening Mrs. J. they C. will attend the Substitute clerk ((65c an hour) Beans, 5 Lbs. MatchesMEATS \
have fellow In Starke postofflce. Applications
As 0.1 we you '
,(< us, 1 can wedding close November 7.
around to protert J
H. II. Parlnh.
anti Veilperfectly blanks and further
thumb my nose lit Hitler homey Application
will be accompanied
safe about It. They Infoimillion may be obtained from
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Wilkes and i
the Starke postofflce or the
Miss Lois Adkins of Jackson Starke; Chamber of Commerce. ',
Best Grade Country Roll
Riding Breeches __ $1.75 up I ,ile) who will remain with them 1. 2 32
through Sunday. Circuit Court White Meat Lb. J 72C Butter, Lb.

Heavy Leather Boots $4.98 upTERNBERCY Surprise Shower Honors Jurors SelectedThe

Miss! Martile IleminjovayJlartlle Kingham's Smoked Nice Lean Pork

I following list of jurors to 171LC 20c

Miss Hemingway whose serve during the fall term of Bacon, Lb. Chops, Lb.Churngold.

marriage to Hal) Edward Alexander I Circuit; Court here, beginning

of Gainesville will be an Monday, November 11, wan drawn BrookfieldButter. Junior

1Nf yp event of November 11, was the ; last Saturday by the Board of 10e
honored guest at a surprise Hn- ounty; Commissioners: ,

/1 4I ;erie shower Tuesday night when L: O. Johrs K. T. Crews 1 Lb. Oleo, Lb.

1 Mrs. Marven Hazen and Mrs. A W. H. Hall James Rosier I,

E. Llghtfoot were co-hostesses at Tom Overstreet Lloyd Barry

I the home of the latter. F. N Norman O. F. Wadsworth Tuxedo Feeds "

( Mrs. T K. McClane Jr.. and L. M. Murrhee G. W Andrews I ICarl .

a Mlaj Ida Lee Cone were winnersIn ; Carter Dan Starling SCRATCH Dairy

the two novelty contests engaged J. I). Ovemtreet R. V. Alvarez 1 90 1 85

In. During the evening U R. KalchreuterE.1., W. Durban FEED Feed C!
+ dty6 Rv irk MISH Hemingway was presented J. A. Chesser Percy
(. with a memory book In which Henry Hardy Barney E. McRae .

each guest wrote her favorite recipe R. N. Crawford Gerow SappH. "

for the bride to be. B. Stokes C. E. Harper I Lay Horse i

A salad course was served W. ErvIn Norman M. Dennison 2 60 2.00 carrying out the color scheme of Jeff Lewis W. B. :Mundy Jr. I Mash Feed .
Y #d gold and white. A nosegay of i Newan Warren H. )Wasdln ,

tiny cream buttonhole chrysanthemums Charlie Gapklrm", L. C. Smith

a,, rfr', was on each plate. Joe E. Shuford Will Tyler
p 'vLOEQ'S ; During the evening the honoree iWllmot Brown J. L. HarrellAll

,I the received group many largely lovely of glfU member from legal blank, promlnnorjaoten S. R. JOHNS & SON

of the YWA. The ,"uelltlilt\ In. retain title note, carried :

eluded: Miss Myrtlce Klllingii- In stock by the Bradford Count.

worth; Mrs. T. K. McClane. Jr.. Telegraph.
.Mia Finned K 1 III1 1 n gs worth; d

( I Gladys Johnson; Dorothy Alvarez; Morgan; WlJla Vida Killing, '

I Fannie Silcox; Ethel Taylor; Ruby worth Margaret Lennon; )ofr.. 'Phone 45 Near S. A. I. DepotL. ., ',:

Sllcox; Wilma Alexander Eloise i.I Doris Rozier; Emmallne Morgan;

Bullock; Ida Lee Cone; Shirley Ire. A :M. Darby.


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lII'fJJII' :FARMERS' SECTION Answering-- The Twaddle- Board Nomination Approves Of ',I LIVE.STATEs: :::191;

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: COMMON SENSE. I The Board of County Commls- i I Palmetto,-The State Farmers' Jack90nvlllt', GRO\\Ta
I1:1l I 1 I By ling to follow any fool or knave Isioners of Bradford County, Flor- Market here reports the receipt ot slate eaplI.

A COMFORTABLE BED PROTECTION FROM TERMITES I I Fuller\ Warren who promised to Improve their I 1 Ida 1 convened on October 16, pursuant -|i of the first field crates of toma- five gov"l'J1rnern hll5 lOti'
I horrible condition with the toes for the fall season last week. tlm"R ,,'R fast ,.
I 1 AI moat of un upend ftom a Chemical concentrations and l A lot of hoarse, horrendous to recess tOllow-1 Population J the t
Tens of millions were hungry ing members present. : L. iurln
fourth of lives In combinations that will 'howling against a Third Term Is the
third to a our prevent
.: I and homeless In Germany. They ner Chairman, Mallory Thomas, the Fkrtiu
bed. we should do all we can to wood from being attacked by termites -! being heard In the land This j T"x
were so desperate that they were I R. S, Wasdln and T. D. Dyal. I P i i, St. Augustine,-A total of 251- League dectat.1, ,, Ret
; ., .' I get maximum benefit from rent for two years have been raucous laving against a Third 1 n a
I willing to follow a scoundiel like Several articles coming to the 022 Florida men registered for statement th,. I I"*!
L. :I4J : and sleep. Good!; clean, comfort revealed in experiments in Austin I Term comes chiefly from four I II I of Pt(' capita''
.. .. Hitler who promised to give them Board from the W. P A. Sewing j possible military duty under the state :
S able beds are conducive to good Cary Memorial Forest of the Uni- I sources: < l'> the hired howlers of I I gnv.'t'nm.'nl'
joba and food. Room which has been selective service act, State Director per cent I i Incl'ealif
-'.,. .1 .; )health and vigor, for they pro. versity of Florida College of Agri- ''the Republican Party; <((2)< ) the I Project but m 'he pitH' five
the '
vide rent and sleep required by culture. ex-members of the defunct Liberty Millions of hungry and unemployed closed, It was decided to turn H, P. Baya announced. Rillte ,

the body. League; 3)) a bunch of blatant, Italians made it possiblefor I them over to the local chapter of I( creased only 17 per POPUlation
: The chemicals"", according to H. I I cenl
rural' ;i bellowing demagogues; ((4)) and a the arch jackal of the ages, the Red Cross with the request PICK SENATE: L. ,\En same period the i'agujFFN'Es It
Far too many of our S. Newlns, director of the School i 'I
I Mussolini, to make his "march j that it pay for the trucking of Gulnesvllle. ,-Holdover members IIIIld
few honest citizens who are con. onRome" I II
I homes do not have of Forestry, were applied to the [ :
said materials and dispose of 'the of the Florida Senate and Democratic MOW.
which he became dictator : ,
i beds but It la hoped. that this soil two years ago and a recent ,I sclentlously opposed to a Third by 1'01'1, L\R
L in 1922. I articles as it sees fit. nominees for membershipin Ocala,
t-ituatlon\ will be corrected In examination of wood that was :l Term. I Natha,, xs:. ,
_I .1 .: '..;ii1 the not distant future. Low In- placed in the treated areas showed These groups usually\ claim to The history of every dictator- Notary Public Bond! for F. C. that body met Informally here commissioner Of agrlcllltllnl, R!

U. onmn_"._... farm___. n. .famlllM_n.n_'" _now__ have the no termite infestation. The' exI 'II''I I be opposed to a Third Term for i I ship shows that it was made possible Hollingsworth in the amount of, and picked Senator Dewey A. Dye lieves the problem! of keeplnl L
opportunity to obtain material for I perl menta will continue for two I I two reasons: First, they say I II by the impoverishments of $500 and executed by the American 1 of Bradenton aa president pro stock off the pUblic, hlghlla)1

4 'r making mattresses, and I many or three more years.In I 1 George Washington was opposed the many and the unjust enrich- I Surety Company of New Yorkas tern for the 1941 session, solve itse.f. In five years, ")E:

;t;, have already taken advantage of the experiments, which are to it; and second they say a I ment of the few, Under such Surety was approved where in the Suite, cattle art...

it. Distribution of the cotton and being carried on by a commercial Third Term would cause a dictatorship. conditions some fast-talking, unscrupulous I A resolution was received from STICKS TO TRAIITION'Tallahassee.lgfloriflg! ing pUt under fence," he ,

ticking and manufacture of the chemical concern in cooperationwith If any other reason scoundrel has seized j I the Bradford County Democratic the proclamation an address at the third, "

_ mattrenHes are being carried on the School of Forestry 50 has been offered, I haven't heard the reins of power and set him- I Executive Committee nominatingN. of the President in setting Marion County hog W

under the direction of the Agricultural different treatments are being of It. self up as dictator by promising D. Wainwright, Jr., for the office Thanksgiving Day one week He praised as the first VGETTING

__ __ __ __ Adjustment Administration. used for each treatment. Holes Let's see if either of these so- to give the millions who were of Justice of the Peace District ahead Governor Fred P. Cone officially f I such shows planned UI tbe f t

_ i l. ;il State Home I>t>mon tration 15 Inches in diameter and; 18 Inches | called reasons will hold water Asa half-aiarved a chance to enjoy No. 1 Bradford County, Flor set the date for ThursdaY'1 this year

: Department, Farm Security Administration deep have been dug the soil member of the Constitutional some of the pleasures and profits I ida. In as much as there was' November 28th for the I

-----1_ :" R' and the Works Progress taken from them treated with Convention in Philadelphia, in of life. A person with one ,,, no nomination in the Democratic! Florida. I : UK: \In--- .

... Administration, chemicals and then returned to 1787, the revered Washington eye and half sense can see thata Primaries for this office, the Tampa,. Deciding n..t.

.. Gooil beds are valuable They the holes, and 2x1 pieces sunk | voted for a "proposal which would would-be dictator couldn't get Board instructed the Clerk to FEVER TICKS OONKSebrlng I. pone military
: ;t4 .g.4,; reprexent considerable cash Invest Into the treated soil.' Of the total have made it possible for a president -; to first base in a nation where place the name of Mr. Wit in- ,-Highlands and Glades I called for by the Federal, i tbe ,

: ment and. if given proper care of 500 pieces of timber treated in I I to enjoy office for fourteen almost everybody has enough wright on the General Election counties are now free from cattle ment, about 300 men CoI

; yI: ij: : .. will last a lifetime. Beds like i this! manner 101 showed no signsof yearR." A Third Term would perI Income to live on decently I Ballot according to Law fever ticks, it was announced by ,., drills each eeh under are bolI
.. : 44 render service in termite Infestation at the end I the State Livestock: Sanitary Pices of 'he
equipment, Our V
i. I mlt a president to serve only People Well Off I ron-offlcial) home
." : proportion to the care they receive of the two-year period. The remaining -I twelve years. So It I Is quite evident For the past seven and a half I Board. The Board Is now readyto J I units Approximately rJ

Vt t.? :. !Lic pieces showed varying that Washington was not opposed years our government has been Letter Box purchase tick-free deer to replace -[men, mostly Wol!,| vVarZ.?,,
.i :. It pays to protect bedding from degrees of termite infestation 1 1r | to a Third Term. administered In a way to preventthe those destroyed in the recent have enlisted in horn

.. : 9t. wear and Rolling. Govern for the r and of 40 untreated pieces, which i! Kvploding: .\ Myth conditions that bring about campaign to clear this area but will not begin mobinZ u',

I springs, mattress, and pillows were used for controls. 38 were :, Furthermore, In 1789 Washington dictatorships. Theressa Fla.I of the fever tick. Ir drilling/ until an (official) order

; Keep a bed frtjsh. clean and Inviting badlY infested. holes 'I I! wrote to Lafayette: "I can | In March 1933 sixteen million\ am so glad you publish such I; been received following Ptellc
In of the treated I HURT IN
.., Removable covers lesxen nice articles about presldt'nt.1 tlonal approval of
see no propriety I n precluding workers were Jobless. Today the our ? ('QnKreBiJl
; the labor and expense of laun- crystals of the chemicals weretoun,1 ourselves from the services of any I number is approximately ten mll-! |I Keep the good work going each I Pensacola, Brickbats;! hurled Home Guard bill.
at the end of the period into two suburban buses from
I dering. Simple protectors are Inexpensive man who In some emergency, lion, a reduction of six million.\ week as we surely need It more
if bought ready made, I thus indicating their ability to j I shall be deemed universally most Sven years ago tenants were being than ever. speeding automobiles sent four MARKET n'J K\S. DOWN
r remain In the soil despite the persons to a hospital here. It
< and made home.
easily at I capable of the evicted from their homes I'm Marianna The
leaching process of water. serving public. in surprised at some of our was the first report In several M.nUM j;,
Whether you have a homemadeor While results of the experiments I So I hope we won't have any wholesale quantities. Today approximately people living among us, always weeks of violence which started Farmers' General Market: k.,
or bought mattress, take good more about Washington being two million of those Democrats, but turning now at avery two years ago at a COSt are not conclusive enough to make I after strike of Pensacola I
|, a coach
.. care of it if you want It to give recommendations, they do show against a Third Term. He wasn't, 1933 tenants have become homeowners .' serious time. $26,000, burned in the matij)

: you service and comfort. Here definite progress In the work to and no amount of fuming and fussing thanks to FHA. In 1933, ) Let them have it. You can | corporation drivers two months Friday. Sheriff W L Wsif,

.. are some rules for taking care develop a chemical treatment that I can change his position.The '3231, '30 and '29 banks were tell them! ago. said the blaze appmently' iur/

'v of your mattress I : will prevent termite "danger of a dictatorship" busting right In the faces of the -:Mrs.: H. D. May. MKTEOKS: NICKNAMK In a section of i II. Knel,

.- .: Protect it with a cover and pad. Director Newlns InfeSlatlOn'j has been mouthed so much thatit depositors. Less than a dozen Jacksonville which was filled with hay, :

.. :. Cover the springs. has become a sort of, catchphrase banks have failed\ in the United Branford, Fla. -Although the said the market and mon, of .<,
...r i. Turn the mattress weeklv. or by-word. It is used States In the four Seaboard Air L In e 's "SilverMeteor" ,-- ,- contents -
past years and You can't imagine the j were a total lost I
Air it and fre- Duck Season To Open most often those fat not one small I pleasureit has been In operation for market Is
dally, aun it I by well-fed depositor has lost gives me to read In the Telegraph one of several .
qtrently. Dust It weekly. financial Pharisees who under the a dollar, thanks to the FDIC. years and has been exten- throughout the
__ On November 2nd.The about the progress StarkeIs I Slate by !be Vii\
Don't sit on the edge of your banner of the mis-named Liberty Home owners were being fore- making. The Telegraph comesto sively advertised, ticket agents report and the State Department 01 A&I !

___________ ,: mattress Florida duck hunting season League, were recently rescuing the closed of their homes to the right me aa a gift subscription, and requests that for they constatntly receive i I culture. It wiis operatd 17
will begin at dawn Nov. 2, country from the 'Rooseveltlan and to the left and in the center I it Is a gift I certainly enjoy on the local committee under juptivlJ!

..; EVERGREEN and many people are preparing to "ruin." That bunch of business In 1933 and befoie. Thanks to. If all the people were In Starke "Zipper" "Slicker." "Silver Slip- of the Agriculture Deparaat:
___ buccaneers didn't make much the HOLC such foreclosures have per, "Shiner "S pee d 11 ner"
: fly Air*. F. A. Howler enjoy the annual open season. The that I've heard express a wish to
: Federal Bureau of Biological Survey headway operating under the almost stopped be there, it surely would be a Weevil."Flying"Streak"and "Boll THINKS WAR COMINGTampaSpessard:

:. Cohen Peele o f Jacksonville has advanced the opening guise of the Liberty League, so Workers were laboring long I I small New York. It seems to be L Hull

.. spent Wednesday night I and date this year and Florida laws they dropped that label a few hours for a peon's pay back In n.'i I TilE place, where most peopleare I Democratic nominee of Flo-'
( .. i,. Thursday here with relatives. make it possible for the state's years ago. They are now back R. <(
!ti Mrs. Hester Sapp Is visiting season to conform with it. at the old stand doing business get better pay and more humane i I Pearle Manning. Tallahassee, Effectiveness o f, civic club luncheon here said::
7 her sons Cohen and Cheathem A Florida law provides for the as Republicans, as they ever were I and decent hours, thanks to the State Highway Patrol's, work America must for "81
'.11 -though for a brief Wages and Hours Law. in curbing reckless and drunken prtptr
Peele, in Jacksonville. migratory bird season in Gulf season they Starke, Fla. evltable conflict with (the dicta
I Mr. and Mrs Leslie McClellan Coastal counties to be the same called themselves Liberty 'Leaguers Investors were swindled with These few lines were composed driving Is shown in a report recently nations" and that Florida bi!<
and children as that fixed F'ederal'Gov. fake, phony, watered stock during Issued of the patrol's activities -
.. and Rev. H. M. Tlll- by the I Iemment. not In a political I sense, but to 'greater opportunity than any
man spent Sunday with I B. E. Another law authorizes Why Th,-'re Mail the reign of "prosperity which shown that since the
give my good friends a chance to State to aid this defence propI -
Rosier and mother. Atlantic seaboard and inland| These patriots for profit are around the corner," Hoover. The establishment of the patrol last I
I do some careful thinking before I This State, because of counties to have the mad only because they haven't SEC<: has put a stop to stock October 889 drivers have had
same season
.t ;Mr, and Mrs. Jess Saunders I 'I I, you select your next President. their neat to Latin-America ahead;
!i! been allowed to take all the swindling. licenses revoked while
If the Board of profits 303
________ and children of St. Augustine attended County Commissioners -1 I : "Common sense now, or prayers have hqd fast becoming a great mill1-'
since I their licenses
vote for the dates.I. March 1933. They have Utility GiMiKlng ; suspended, )
church here Saturday same Stopped l later. <( N. Kennedy of the been compelled to turn a part of Public utility holding : In short, 1,192 drivers have been
__ :, night and secretary company ,,
__ I i I: want a President who's also help by workint! t unp
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosier State Game and, Fresh Water Fish their profit back to the government corporations were gigging and capableand taken oif the highways in an 11- cultural and trade ,stationS

'u and baby spent Sunday here with I Commission, said that Marion that gave them the protection gouging the people of America out I One sincere. I' months period.Alfl'ANCEI !. Central and Souih Aracrici.CAfGHT .'
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. Putnam and Sumter Counties had and security that enabled of millions\ of dollars\ every year I with horse sense and( exper- ,I Ii "

,. .. Mr and Mrs. Ellery Reddingwere ,I voted for their migratory waterfowl them to amass' their great for until the Roosevelt administration Ience, when war seem awful|I i ) TRAINING In'IIS:

.. visiting Mrs. H. F. I, season to open Nov. 20.. instead -I tunes. They have also been required -I passed the act to regulate and near. Miami,. -Advanced flight train-

:., (. ._ Saturday afternoon. Redding 1 I I of Nov. 2. Five others, to pay their employees a control utility holding companies And not a man so little known to ing for cadets who have comi Jacksonville. Ch.irllil
1 living Furthermore This law the people of this land i pie tell the Floyd, 22 year old necro appe"
h MI' and Mrs. Wllber Kirkland Baker Calhoun, Holmes Liberty I wage they stopped that swindl primary courses at '
: and baby spent Sunday with Mrs.Klrkland's and Washington took no action, have been requited to reduce the ing. Who paid the Democrats a compliment '[ Pensacola at the Miami Naval Air before Judge Wuncy Ante'

'f _ parents, Mr. and Mrs. and as a result Kennedy said ,he hours of work of their employees]I These and many other benefits I when he joined an- Station has begun Comdr. G. here last week with a pair I:
.fr John Chesiter.Typewriter. would rule that the season In so they can have a little time off, and blessings that have come to other band. Began nald. He could not F.// smashed ears and explaired:
_ those counties also will open Nov. for rest and recreation. I I American, citizens under the! For he knew as a Democrat, his I nounce the number who will be he wall on his way 'to Miami

t. ._ I ribbon ok- all kind I 20 They're mad because the gOVernment -' Roosevelt! administration have cor- chances were so small given the special training starting I Join the army and was ndlM"Ja I
for sale at the office. The regular Florida hunting has curbed and restricted rected the condition of despair, If he tried to be President, that Monday, but added that by next I freight car. Arriving in the
________ I season for quail turkey, deer their dictatorial powers over their( distress unemployment, bank failures he was bound to fall. I July there will\ be 1,200 enlistedmen sonville freight I yard can!

squirrel, cloves and other native helpless employees. Yes, these and bread lines that the last1 I He strolled away one early morn' 150\ officers and 300 cadets got the best of ,I'harlle Ua

__ Relief At LastForYourCough game open. 'Nov. 20, except where morose millionaires are very mad, Republican administration, broughton in search of tender buds at the station. The-station for- ho leaned( his kInky brad out,

- special laws provide\ shorter sea I because the government has, the country. With these conditions Filled! up on choice peanuts, and merlly was called the Opa Locka the box car door ft(
sons. Charlotte County for In- curbed their dictatorial powers. | corrected, the danger of' now he's belching mud. Naval Air Station the Gateway city At'
stance, has a special law which )I With fine inconsistency they a dictatorship has been removed\ We hear about a Third Term-' moment the train .topped'II'\

opens the general hunting season are now shouting about the "dan Furthermore. Roosevelt I something never done before. STATl'S IH-SINKSS: ; IIKTTKR: I I Jerk that slammed l hue ail''
ger of a If has apparI I I Hoover was a flop In office. "Voteright" the luckless
Creomulslon relieves on December 1. dictatorship" the ently no desire to become a Tallahassee,-Upward trend of door, pinning M'jby

_ it goes right to the promptly seat of the because Several counties will enforce an I United States has four more dictator. Dictators, do not spring! or you'll nee some business in Florida is reflected l t.1' the eal's.LDIJonot"li.

_ trouble to help loosen and expel old! law which prohibits dischargeof years of the government that has into being fully developed. They 1 more.Willkieites. many other places than in the report -

._. ___ __ __ germ laden phlegm, and aid nature firearms on Sunday. The law done so much to destroy their gain their power gradually and by claim they are hungry. by Comptroller J. M. Lee !oiLES100'1\
_ to soothe bronchial and heal raw tender inflamed Is effective throughout the State I highly profitable dictatorship over degrees And the longer they remain This we know cannot be true, of gasoline sales But the gas Ocala--The largest single

: _ branes. Tell your druggist mucous to sell mem you but In many counties there is no their under-paid and over-worked dictators the more absolute ]For[ Roosevelt has fed them all. sale figures are a good, Index. of limerock In the Siat- 111II

a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding attempt to enforce it and Sunday employees. their powers become, and the less ,) It In doubt just ask a few.Don't Dutlng September, 1940, the j has been made '0> 'hits -' a\1
you must like the way it I hunting proceeds.For No Dlrlator Elt' ><'fed I power and. privileges their people'' ] let a loose tongue guide I comptroller's report shows ]I air bases at Jacksonville
'I, quickly allays the cough or you are Nearly issue of the have. you for a "fool" his I I U01I
to have your money back. every newspapers -' Roosevelt has been Presl- changes Ida motorists purchased 29,3-11-1 I Green Cove Springs,
__ ? I sale Adding Machine and carries a bilious blast from I dent nearly eight. years now, and mind.Roosevelt. i 1 1491 gallons of gasoline as com- 'Thra!>her, engineer-dl.. 'tt!(
CREOMULSION T)| e\\rlUT Ribbon at 'lelegriiptioffice. some of these thwarted tycoons '! If he has seized,I or arrogated' to' ]: will be elected, and pared to 25,353,248 gallons in t' Limerock Association me

for Cough Chest Colds Bronchitis about the danger of n dlclator- himself a single dictatorial power.j Willkle left behind. ;j,i September. 1939, Cash The sale ,imc-mm- to I>
I today.
ship If President Roosevelt In !, I havpn'f--- ? 00 hoo___, i.i, .\k., .* ," IC
I I revenue )
I elected o a third term They are believe anybody else has. The I under the state's 7centagallon.I carloads Thrasher s..III'!'' and,.

either utterly Ignorant of the way jeople have every essential liberty I HIGHLAND I tax, were $2.053.904 for the material Is now roiling sway

SHEET IRON HEATERS In which dictatorships develop, or now that they had eight years j I By Miss Beth \\hnberly 'j month; were but $1,774,727 past for the mines at the i atf of .JH
they are deliberately trying to ago. No the Ito <*
provision of
| adJioon
corresponding In
month of 1939. a day.
Mr. I'
deceive the and Mrs. Percy Lee and '
people. I stltutlon has Dade 'la'(
been loll
_Jt $1.50To The of suppressed or: Mrs. Annie Clarkson of Jacksonville county dealers'! paid tax on tlon completed a tOil
history dictatorship : violated -
Galvanized Garbage Cans every by Roosevelt i ', almost 5,000.000 gallons of fuel. for delivery of |5000
I that now curses the worM Homer \ttt The spent Wednesday here withJ. Duval' ,t I lp!< Army T. MaTT county dealers paid about 3.000 cars
shows that no man ever becamea The first and most frequent and family. I'I slightly less than It streell
4,000,000 construction
9 5-8 Gal. 1.35 $3.00 dictator by being elected by the resort of a dictator Is the use Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and C. M. figures gallonsjThese BlandingsClon&J:- G"
people to the office, and then deciding of the army to Griffis were business visitors to' with compare favorably Camp ,'P '
put down
to become civil | Jacksonville Thursday recent mid-winter month re- and Army tiatnmgStarke.
t Iri.n i 15 Gal. a dictator. President disorder. Hoover, who has given i Mrs, poi'ts. Thrasher .au)!
2.20 2-Iturner Vargas of Brazil Is the only his fulsome, futile blessing to' N. T Green and Miss ,
possible exception and his regimeN I I candidate Wlllkle\ Phoebe Green of Starke visited I f'

wI : } 26 Gal. 2.75 LOWBOY not strictly a dictatorship, All United States Army, called to run out the the relatives here Thursday.Mr. BOREE FUNERAL HOW *

0114STOVES other dictators have gained their bonus-seeking and Mrs. L. J. Norman and I IWe 1U:
\ 31 Gal. 3.00 power by means other than being!I I Washington. There veterans have out been of :Miss! Cleo Norman spent Sunday Ambulance Service Dny or :Night I'hnne upnltJ!

Ii1 \JLj: elected by the people. Muss.lInll, many civil disorders In the past with Mr. and Mrs. R. C Griffls haie added a late model AMBULANCE: to our ell

$4.95 and Franco became dictators by, eight years, but Roosevelt has at Lawtey. with special springs for easy rlilinff./

armed force;' neither was ever never resoited to the dictator's his Rudolph Grews of Starke visited / "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" G. II. Hemett ,1a1J1!

tuIJJ ELECTRIC BULBS elected by the vote of the peopleto favorite device of calling out the grandfather F. M. Crews, -
any office. Stalin became a army. I I -

dictator by murdering, poisoningand No, most of those who are hol Mr. anti Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly,
M 1 15 to 100 WattSIzeS trickery; he never gained any lering about the "danger of a Miss Freddie Wlmberly and Miss HOTEL

office by the vote of the people. dIctatorship If Roosevelt Ruth.Simpson were supper guests ARLINGTON
l la
1 And Hitler became ia dictator elected of Mis. H. C Wimberly and tam-
to a third term, street
are not COM1 Garden &
All arson <( Reichstag) : really worried about
15c a dictatorship
/ and assorted intrigue, such I:. B. Griffls returned to
Best j I as deceiving They're Just using that big, home his GAINESVILLE FIXHUIH
Quality half-blind old Von Hind- bad word to try to frighten the at Ft. Lauderdale Sunday

r ; .enberg. [ people. What they're really worried aftei parents a Weeks Mr. and visit here with his $1.00 ,Arid Weekly I Hates
1 I I I'rople Were IfeveUtxlOf about Is the fact that they I 11ra. J. W. GrlfCIa. Up

.. "Quality Service" far more significance than will have to share some of their Mr. Air Cooled Steam Heal
the methods which and Mrs. Albert
dictators Groover
I I excess profits with their employeI'll'and I Mp"or
became such, the and Corbett Nettles \1.111
are conditionsthat their of Lawtey H
government for ( and
four cold
water Inner
{ made dictatorships possible. $( more years I It Roosevelt I ,selected were visitors here Sunday. In every room .-al4
F BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. In Russia millions upon millions I I for a third term. Miss Vlrgle Griffls. Romeo or without Baths1111 or without\ M

___ of citizens had been Impoverished Prescott and Edwin Griffls were
: for generation after generation by I I Engraved' visitors to Starke Sunday. Two And i postcuf1
Phone 8 Starke Fla. the Russian ruling clars. Their I .. Inr sympathy xpeanUe.. _eknowltlffemrnU. Brtad.I ,I E. M. Brlnson wa a business Blocks From Business District

miserable poverty made them, Wil- visitor t 0 Green Cove
j I I County Tr-lrgraph. j Monday Springs J. Cone. Proprietor

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r LAWTKYIly P. T. A. Carnival At BrookerIs

Great Defense Bill riiinuner & Henry Godwin
Area JKeaa tg 1'1

Tile P.-T A. sponsored a Hal \
OKOte lowe'en Carnival on the Lawtey Huge Success, Nets $170 :

r -"" + School Campus, Thursday night
"Ie 1 "Ie" 0'ottearae
It was a big success and funds I The Hallowe'en Carnival which Hampton preached at the Baptist

tai t were used to help the school was sponsored by the Brooker P.-I church here Sunday morning' and
fan aDJ Vr Bill Harrell, of Jacksonville. evening. He announced his text
: '1'. A. proved to be a huge success,
spent last week-end here with his for the morning of November 10:
'D V V A L being attended by an unusually "
COUNTY "Tho of God, and
-...--.... -..----__._.. ... .... parents. i
--- -- large crowd Saturday night. the evening, "Is This The Last
C.. AV W ""1"V 1 Mrs Fate Redd, of Macon, Ga..
CO" formerly Miss Betty Phillips of Carnival spirit ran high, makingthe War Will Germany Win? Why?"

I IM this city was honored lust Fri- proceeds record breaking. The Don forget Sunday School every

day, the 25th, with a contests for king and queen Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
OEawat laneous shower given for mlICel.1. aroused much enthusiasm and You are Invited to attend these

PARK the W. !of. U. ladles competition. A t eight o'clock services.We .

J, H. Talley of Tallahassee, when the final count of votes was are glad to report that

VA visited his mother, !.In.. A. S. made the following were elected: Mrs. Ellis Clemons and Mrs. Lee ;.

'4 Talley, Tuesday night For junior king and queen J. C. Crosby. are Improving but sorry .;

', Opp p4 \ Melvin and Minnie Lou Hazen. to city that Mrs. P. A. Crosby
Geo. F. Young has begun con
For senior king and queen is still In St. Vincent's Hospitalin
struction of a store building midway -
Johnny Lee Daniels and Phyllis Jacksonville Latest reports
between T. T. Durley's Ser-
Huzen.: were that she was Improving. but
G O"soar vice Station and the Robt. Nolan I I
f building Shortly after electing the kings Is still unable to be moved. Mrs.

td and queens an impressive Charlie Clyatt became v e r yseriously
t Mrs E. L. Galloway, of Seurcy,
corna.1 111 She
Saturday night.
UTA tlon ceremony was
OLD I. Ark., Is visiting her parents, Mr.
DI'. W. Middleton county I was rushed to her home In Tampa t"
and Mrs. Chas. Dlnklns. where she will be operated on as ,
superintendent. The other high I ", .
S 1M
Last Sunday the Rev. Hazzurd contestants escorted each king soon as possible "
i iV
gave the "Life of Christ," by and queen respectively to the Mr and Mrs\ O. W. Barry .i'

-Mtsstisuas' }1 MieIAM"Af Hoffman, at evening services. The throne. These were: for junior Mrs Nora Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. ; I"

i J \ ') study was emphasized by beautl-! I queen, AnnU Crosby, Marilyn J.V.. Thomas were visitors to i I

I 'ifU ) o ful I stereopticon slides' depicting Crosby, Louise Kelly, Jeannette High Springs Tuesday night to i''
the various phu.'wa lu the life ol Grenmer and Anna Lou Suriency. see Roy Acuff and the Smokey ,

r----I i Christ Attendants for senior queen were Mountain Boya. :,

r-- ..1 Z Mis.' Young, who has been visit Louise Purrltdi Lucille Hlnton. Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Clemons of 'I

S I r L i\y ing her daughter, Miss! Catherine Agnes RhimeH, and Lorraine i North Carolina were visiting Mr. I;

_.I, Young, returned to her home In Thomas Dr. MUMIelcm honored demons' parents. Mr. and Mrs. "
lt..r---- Lakeland last week his (large audience with a highly 1 Mils Clemons, last week. ),;:Jo j'
:: ADDITIONAL I Mrs. Wm. Blrchfleld 1 and mull appreciated addresa. Mrs Eva Harrell and her );

\ Bona hilt) and Ben of Mayo, were The proceeds from the carnival I father, T. B. fo Edwards made a t.r; :

..--. JN.UL.V( SPPRNS visiting Mr. and Mis. R. K, Godwin were approximately $170.00. This business trip to Starke Monday. 1iili:lJr!
---wwwj KawIYSARME a recently money will be spent for school | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harrell and: tjt.

111I1II.ltlj Leon Walton Paul has joinedthe supplies, library books, which are I, Mrs. Louis of Gainesville were r:,f h

CAMP Luwtey Uoy Scout Troop. He badly needed an electric bell, sad visiting relatives here Sunday, -I'

K, PRCPR MANEUVERSORIGINAL1 AREA ;:7 YI was transferred from Alabama other necessary expenses. | Royace Galney of Jacksonvillespent t li: .
%I lI ARY MAVAt 1A3/ The County road grader has The Hrookcr P.-T. A. wishes to the week-end ut home with '1.;

-"- ./ been used recently to regrade-and (hank all those who helped make his family. '1iJ.!;
( build up some of the streets In thin carnival a success. I The Rev. G. E. McCauley! and !JI.r

I town and the City Council hopesto Sowing/ Club Meet family of Melrose attended church

CAMP I \ be able to repair the bridgessoon The Sewing Club met at the services here Sunday morning and

((88.000 ACRES) H home of Mrs. I:. C. Long Tuesday were the dinner guests of Mr, and

of afternoon Mrs L, A. Drown Mrs. G. B, Colson. ,r i iMr. r
Mi, and Mrs. Monroe Smith '
::---J Westminster, S. C., visited relatives received a I lovely pair of pillowcases and Mrs Hugh Rahn of

BLANDI I I' rai Mrs. Minnie Rhlmes was given with Mrs. Ruhn'a mother, Mrs. J.
Most of the registrants In this
i two very pretty bowls. After (Iht1 R, Molt.
vicinity have secured their serial
RES business meeting the hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. George Crotly of
ER'VAT numbers from the
I as Instructed
f. This recently-compiled map of the greatest defense area Mr, Long, Mrs. Colson and Mrs. Camp Itlnndlng were visiting relatives ,,tt
list on the bulletin board in the '
CC> II in all Florida one of the greatest in the entire United postoff ice. Hardy served tuna fish salad, here Sunday. ; '
31,200 ACRES i : States-gives an excellent idea of the proximity of Camp saltines and hot coffee to the Mr. and Mrs Doc Thomas of
Next Sunday evening, the
IMPACT ARfA I Blanding and the Southeastern Naval Air Base and their guesis.. Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
monthly musical service will be
flub Thomas' mother Mrs. Alice
Bridge Meet ,
: relation, one to another. Also shown is the Auxiliary AirBase
given at the Methodist Church.
l! Mrs Ralph Hazen entertainedthe Thomas over the week-end.
J t OLO HCAOBRANCH < : just east of Green Cove Springs. The local musical talent will be weekly bridge club Thursday Mrs L. A. Brown la spending Ii.

TATB PARK I displayed. The service begins at afternoon of lust week. Late In a few days with her son and ,
AIIYIICtrR Y fit : The original Camp Blanding reservation ((31,200 acres) 7:30: o'clock.Mrs. .
the afternoon refreshments daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
: EANOtr Cr r: 1_ I is shown beginning at Kingsley Lake on the north, and extending J. L. Harirll und Miss served. were Artford Brown,, In Sampson City. :,:'., '',

K -1. almost to Brooklyn Lake on the south. The additional Catherine Young spent Sunday In Mr. and Mrs O. E. Klrnhmer, Mr. and Mra. J. W. Kelly of ''I., ,

i I maneuvers area ((88,000 acres) leased from J. C. Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs W. A. Tlllla and Starke were visitors here Sun- r bk

1 ? -y.-- I Penney for a period of one year, is shown by the dotted The Ladles Aid held It's regular baby and Calvin Till hi of St. day.I( !

'j ,: r"\: ..-- lines extending east almost to Green Cove Springs. It is meeting last week at the St. Petersburg were visiting relatives Misses Joella Barry and Estelle .r; ,

?' II ; :.J,' considered likely that the reservation might be further exYSTO4 Methodist Parsonage Tuesday, here Sunday. Mott of Starke were visiting here ;1"
y,, NE14iN1S U I tended to include Gold Head Branch State Park, shown in November 6th It will meet at Mr. and Mrs II. D. Fisher spent lust week. ", t ,
Mrs. Mary Bennett's with Miss last week-end their Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Colson, Mr 1}
the lower portion of the map, which would possibly be used : daughter
_, t' officers club. Young assisting Francine, who Is attendingthe I and Mrs C. J. Crews, and Mrs. [
as an
2) I Montverde School. I I. W Plnholster were visiting la : '1:

i---i Starke, the nearest town to Camp Blanding proper, is GUM BRANCH Mrs, NurA Snpp spent Monday Melrose Monday afternoon. 1 i-\l\ '.

r, J just six miles directly west of Kingsley Lake. IJy Miss Elizabeth HuriMge of last wecJl visiting relatives In i Mr. and Mra John Legg were 'II

J I Jacksonville.The ylnitoiij: her? Monday' afternoon. A j*.
.... .V Mr and Mrs. J, R Hupp anti .
Brooker Baptist church Mr. and Mr. Fred Hazen and"y!

-------- -- son, Bobby, of Sampson City were will meet every Wednesday night family and Mr, and Mrs George1Hazan 1.C'.(
vlxlting Mr. and Mis F. S.
Supp it 1 o'clock ,
to practice flinging attended the Association In :.
DSC Who Write In Names On Ballotst FLA. STATE FARM ATDRAIN Sunday. All who can and will are Invitedto Sarasota over the week-end and rn.' ''j''
Ity :MINa Mury Townsend By !MM. Z. Z. Griffis Mr. und Mrs. Vanlce Keene and attend. while there visited Mr. and Mrs ";," ,

Do So In Approved Manner son, Vanlce, Jr., und H, H Keene The Rev. C. A, Warren of Jean Hazen. '1, ,
Mr and Mrs. R. H. Cox huve Mr. and Mrs Z. Z. Griff, Mrs. und son Harley, were guest. of "' '.
e Florida voter who wants, tlals on the write-In ballots must I returned from a vacation trip to Maggie Green and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Call Hilliard and '
I History-Breaking Vote of 50 Million ;;
Me somebody's name on the,I be correct. For Instance If one North Carolina. W. Jo;. Green were vlHlting In Ral family at Woodiuwn Friday. : ';,1

,I election ballot November, voter writes in a name such as Mrs J. G Godwin and Mrs ford Sunday. Lucian George of Umatllla was Indicated For Presidential Election ::

it make an X mark before f I Ii "John D. Smith" and marks the P. D. Funcher spent Saturday In Richard Lee of Bethel was visiting J. A. Harniige and family .

:ame If he wants the vote ballot, and another writes I n Jacksonville.Mr. visiting John Prevatt Sunduy aft Sunday afternoon. I Heavy registrations throughoutthe i Democrats and 1,458.373 Republlcunn ,':\

ed.tmey. "John Smith" and marks the ballot and Mrs. Randolph Hurdee ernoon. Mr. and Mrs Leon 'onner and : country, particularly In the The state's probable vote ';j j': >

General George Couper the two votes cannot be I visited the former's parents, Mr. Joe Grlffls Jr., and Harvey children of Rising Mr. and Mrs. big cities, Indicated today that a this year Is calculated at 3040.000 "
rays that such ballots may counted for the same person. and Mrs. L. A. Hardee of Jack Gulney of Jacksonville were vltlt- Otis Morgan and children, Mrs. or 763,118 more than the actual ,-
3t In all counties. Includingwith Only the nominees of the Democratic sonville over the week-end. ing friends In this section Sun- U D. Johns and Mrs. Ollie history-breaking popular vote of 1930 vote. 'i;:

voting{ machines, but and Republican parties have Miss Betty Miller of Perry was day.Mrs. Thomas, all of Hellbronn Mr. and around 60.000.000 may be cant In New York City reached an all- '

oter must observe the law the right to have their names the week-end guest of Mr and John Prevatt and sons Mis. Isnac Norman and children the presidential election next time high with 3,388,741 persons i

ballot Is to be counted. printed on the Florida general Mrs P. D. Fancher. have returned home after spendIng of Vanderbilt and Mr. and Mrs. month.A qualifying to caat their ballots on .
e law requires the name to election ballot.Republicans. a few days with Mrs. Pre- J. 10;. Norman of Wood lawn were November 8. This Is an Increase !",
compilation of official and
''Men In the space providedt will offer seven Miiwlonary MeetingThe I vatt's daughter, Mrs. Melba Kelsey guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C, estimated registrations In each of ,188,057: over the 1936 reglstratlona. ,t;i>
t also requires the X mark weekly missionary meetingof I of Ovedlo. Clemons Sunday. ,'
for elector Women were shown to
candidates presidential of the states rlIncloses a possible
placed on the left side of elide number two was held at Opal Morrell spent last Wednesday Miss Irene Lewis of Rising have caused much of this gain, .' '
"(lot and one candidate for the State the home of Mrs. L. E. Prince, total vote of 40,719,200, or about
or before the name. with Bernice Cooper of, spent Thursday night with Miss the board of elections reporting ,
..1' State canvassing board Railroad Commission In the only Wednesday afternoon October 23. Starke. ICIna Conner. 31'out of every 100 population that 310,476 more women regis. ,
"tilled that contest. Republican The subject for Bible study was Harold Grlffls of Miami Mrs. F. S. This figure compares with an a
It has no auth- state-wide an Sapp spent Thurs.layafternoon I tered than In 1030 while Increase ;.'
to Interpret a voter's wish. I nominees for other state-wide offices the 34th Psalm Nine membersand employee of the S. A. 1... Ry. Co., with Mrs J. S. Shawat actual vote of 49.047.117: In the In the number of male voters was t i' "

'" that" reason, the spelling withdrew their names recently one visitor attended the visited relatives In thin section the State Farm. general election of 1030, and 39,- only 178.081 'jf

mea and the listing of InlOTSEY'S I meeting. Sunday. Miss Agnes Hubbard of Plant 816,522 In Ihe Roosevelt Hoover '
Man registrants In New York 'f
Friends of Mrs. Griner, motherof City Is spending some time with election year of 1932. {t
City totaled 1,830,235: women 1," i'
M. K.: Griner will be sorry to SAMPSON CITY relatives here. It Is butted on an analysis of
BEACH VANDERBILT 532,500 The women total..In i'
that she Is ill. Miss Klna and other data showIng
learn seriously Conner spent Friday voter-fillings -
> Hy Mrs. S. K. ..lone about 45 of the J
> MSH| .:rUe Crawford Bliss Velma Norman percent aggregate l
By Tommy Thomas of Dublin, Ga., night with Miss Irene Lewis at that 60.1S16.679 may be eligibleto compared with 42 percent in 1930. '
' Mrs. Neta Drown wan hostessat Rising. vote In the November 5 elections !
large crowd from this sec- Misses Joyce Woods and Caro- has accepted a position at Camp The state-by-state analysis of estimated -
a shower Wednesday afternoonof Mrs. Roy demons and daughter or about 43: percent of the
attended church at Ever- lyn Green of Starke were vieltingMias Blanding and is at present residing eligible voter, as dls-,
Saturday and Sunday. Eunice Snowden Saturday with his biother-ln-law and lost week In honor of Mr. and ; Betty Jean were visiting Mrs. total population of 131,409,881 tlngulxhed from potentials. showed

fosephlne Johns left Sun- afternoon. ulster Mr und Mrs. L. 1<:. Prince. Mrs. Shi Smith They received demon's parents a t Hellbronn Comparison of the eligible vote Pennsylvania might cast 4,600,000 .".,

for Tampa where she will Carl Reddish of Brooklyn N. I The local woman's club held many valuable present Refreshments Sunday afternoon. four years ago with the actual ballots this year aa against an
st-rved. The out-of- Mr. and Mrs. J T Barnes of
Natives were vote cast revealed that from 13:
\,. is spending some time here Its seml-monthly meeting at the actual 4,138.103 in the last general'
town guest were: Mrs. Richard Rising were guests of Mr. and of
to cent qualifiedremained
and Mrs R. Mr. and Mrs I club house, Tuesday afternoon, per election. Estimates for other
N. Crawford with his parents
Smith of Lawtey, Mrs. Gilbert I Mrs. T N. Norman .
from the In
Mr! polls.
*nd l Mrs. G. B. Johns Ury Reddish! and family.Mr. : October 22. Highlights of the away heavy-voting states are as follows:
several beautiful Brown and Mrs. Doc Warren of I and Mrs. Fred Johnson andbaby some of the Southern states the
visiting the bedside of Mrs. and Mrs. F. M Norman program were Mrs Smith. Mrs. of Graham Illinois-eHtlmated to be 4,250-'
solos Mrs. J. P. Warren Kirby I spent Sunday stay-at-home vote ran as high as
,ght Kersey near Starke Sun- were visiting Mr. and Mrs War. and piano by interesting talk by Olden Smith and Mrs. Charley 'night recently with Mr. and Mrs. 50 percent This was taken Into 000 against 3,956,522.:; .
a very
'd 1 : ren Blooiliworth, and family of Smith of Hawthorne. A. U. Norman. account In arriving at this year's Ohio- ,estimated to be 3,250,000
< and Jack Mrs L. F Chapman on her trip
1 "Pent Johns of this Ralford Sunday. through the New England states W. H. Smith was a business Allen Hall of Jacksonville was general election vote. against 3,012,425. 1.

'ovule with the week-end In Mra. F. M. Norman and children during the summer. Later refreshments visitor to Jacksonville Friday. visiting Mr and Mrs. T. N, Nor The census bureau estimatesthe New Jerltf'y- -estimated to bej '

friends and rel- spent Sunday with Mr. and were served by the Louis Hill and hilt mother spent man Thursday and was. accompanied number of "potential" voters 2024.000 against 1,820,537. h

and Mrs. Mrs. Tate Crosby and family of hostess for the afternoon, Mrs. L. the day In Hampton Saturday.Mr. home by his wife and this year at 80538000. T his Indiana estimated to, be l.-J I
. Claude Moody and and Mrs. E. I). Jones children who had the
' of Doctor's Rising. E. I'rlnce and Mrs. B. C. Prince. spent past figure Includes natives and naturalized 723,000 against 1.650.807. 0 I
g Mrs Inlet were Levy and Russell Norman of Scout Hike visited Camp ISlanding Sunday. week with Mr. and Mrs. Norman. citizens who are 21 yearsof Massachusetts....estimated to be ,, .t
1d Mrs Moody'a parents. Vanderbilt were In Jacksonville on Jack Rosa of Hollywood Fla., Mr and Mrs. Loran Conner age and over. 11 excludes 2.100.0OO against 1,840,337. .

lay afternoon.U M. Murrhee, here business last Tuesday Saturday afternoon members of was Visiting his grandmother, Mrs- spent Friday night with Mr. and aliens totalling about 3200000. In- Michigan estimated\ to be I, ,

an..) Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Manningand the local Boy Scout troop and S. F:. Jones Saturday. Mrll. R. M. Crosby at Rising. mates of prisons and mental Institutions 945.000 against 1804083. .//If
and Mr.Louis Parker and of Starke were visitingMr. Cub Scouts, accompanied by Scout Mrs. R. A. Thomas of Starkewas Mrs. B. M. McRae and sons ., and voteless residentsof The final figures In each, instance i+
!"JOn and Mrs. Ira family H. Manning Sunday a visitor In Sampson Saturday Benny and Lynn, of Pine Level the District of Columbia estimated are those of 1936. > '
J. and the
and Mrs. ,
family all of and \ leader Bryan
of last ,
'. afternoon. spent Tuesday week here at 450,000.However I'i
spent the week-end here L. A. Shepherd enjoyed a .
Rev. Mrs Bulah Prescott Is very with relatives.
* many potential voters
and and Mrs\ LeRoy Normanand Hotel Addition
Mrs. G. B. Johns Mr.
' the river tressle. sick this week. We hope she will
ally of Gum Branch were hike to never take the trouble to qualifyby ;
Jean Gaskin Mr. and Mrs. Lonzle Norman After playing games in the surrounding soon be better. City Buys TruckThe registering or taking other Col. D. E. Knight, owner of the
[1"Ue of was visiting visiting Saturday night. woods the boys enjoyedan The Rev. Mlnshew filled his necessary. steps prescribed by the Starke Hotel, this week la havingan
Starke l Mrs. W. R. Kersey Bloodsworth of Raiford appetizing supper cooked over regular appointment Sunday and City Bond Trustees recently different states. extra room constructed atop

and Mrs Sunday Wadues Saturday night here with the camp fire.CARD Sunday night at the Christian purchased a Chevrolet pick-up New York and California, with i the sunparlor of the Call Street (. ;

'" ''ting Robert Crawford spent Mr and Mrs.F. church. truck from the Torode Chevrolet an aggregate of 69 out of the S31electori&l hostelry The addition becomes apart > ,;.;f ,
the bedside of Mrs. his grandparents. OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Varnea for the
Kersey Company use at City Light votes turned In a record of and enlarges the botel's'second
near Starke Sunday M. Norman.Sam Whitehead and children We wish to thank the many spent Sunday In Palatka visiting and Water Plant. The old truck smashing registration for the story.Repaint :\:

Milliard Mrs. Bridge were visiting friends who were so helpful to relatives. was traded In on allowance. The coming election. .'
" Casklns and baby of Long Leon Renfroe Sun- us during the death of our be- Mrs. Arthur Hill and little. truck was bought In competitive New York has an estimated {Windows
with section| are spending this Mr. and Mrs. loved baby. We also wish to Freddie, from Port St. Joe are bidding. i registration of 6,891,238 and an < t>

relives near Mac- day afternoon.Mrs. Marklee Alvarez.Mr. thank all for the beautiful floral spending the week with her .- estimated vote o f 6202000. a Steinberg's Store Tuesday night

I 'nd 11.... Mr and Mrs. William Sapp and offerings. mother-ia-Uw Mrs. T H. 11111. SIGNS .FOR SALE "Rooms for gain of 60S.602 over the actual had the interior of their display'
Of w W. H. Green and and Alvarez, all of Vanderbilt Mrs. Albert Clayton Mrs. Artford Brown has returned Rent "For Rent." lOc each. 'I vote In the lost general election. windows painted an attractive *"

ore w'Ith x>dlawn%r- spent m- Sun. Lucian visiting In Raiford< Sun- Un. O. W. Hlnnon. home from Jacksonvillewith Bradford County Telegraph California's official registrationIs buff with beige trim. The work, "
1010rll. and ... R. night.were and family.i her little son. Artford HI. Starke. I 4.023,393: : Including 2,319,623: was done by R. C. Buford. tJC

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I Bradford atively prosperous, and most Important of Dances Her, Way To New Job maintenance), 224; one quarter-i I Wall Resigns
County Telegraph master trucK: company*MO> ; quart- High
all, bur: society relatively affectionate. No the benefit of one of State Job
Giving you 143.
ermiister bakery company,
-- -- -Kttt bli iMMl- 1811MEM.BER j rjf ; has made an unbrldgable schism be- her most aharmtng' smiles exponent Is Ferol These units will report June 1: I I Harold C vvn, r

tween us. 'The working classes are not Jones. Starke's foremOKt ," wh< eft Engineer regiment (general of Starke and! m, former ny.
'fi "Jltter-bugglnR "+"
., 'tli,9 ?&& clamoring for Mr. Browder and the indus- t' I the last Friday to accept a position dancIng service), 1.176; engineer regiment the State Indus,,I'' ,Ii l, ehsirma

.e"" ', r al ?(NFLORinPRESS ASSOCIATION trialists are not demanding a Man on Horse iA at the Roxy Theatre In Knoxville, SEP, 1,089; headquarters and announced yesr,, ,,ot"y,,, 'that Canalss' he
Tenn. Her rhythmic stepping headquarters detachment, quartermaster resign his post, ?,/
ii : J back. No country in the world is so well i wF+ brightened many a local dance, and battalion (light main- In order to Uve N.
; accept
j otwak" 7 4t14 a" hit, a' I
a off." her friends expect her to be a tenance), 12; quartermaster'company active military rle''vIce 0**'

maintenance), 165 Adjutant with
; General's,
K, NUHhed'ee'kly on Fridays and Knt red M Second Miss Thompson continues, stating that quartermaster truck company, 100. St. Augustine DeP"rtmer

;,Aatr ia Claim Matter at the Foot Office at Starke Fla.d she will support President Roosevelt "-because Quartermaster platoon (sales A successor!
_ r- I.. Matthews ._________ Editor and OwnerSUBSCItllTION I think he has assets on his side that I MMN commissary) 53; quartermaster! job has not yet been$S,OOp named t "

'1. nobody can match-assets!' for this Nation in refrigerating company to remainat Governor Cone,
RATE reduced strengtn, 52; quarter Wall, a Captain
4( this time." A few points that she stressesare rr RHD, 100. Guard In the Nail,,
master ,
company was
piJ J Yearly, $1.50; MX Month, 79o I'ayabln In Advance ordered. to
} : During the next eight months vice October active
.AdvertUIng. Kate on Application ,
+ there will be 42,282 white troops signed to ..etectl"rvV*!
S 1. The President knows the world bet- _
(;i" I. stationed here and 2,658 negro quarters. Since 71 /'
Dorothy Thompson Picks Roosevelt ter than other living democratic head then,
: any troops, making- total of 44940. vlded his time between%,"'

With Convincing Arguments of a state or ex-head of a state. : ustlne and ,the Industrial .
Although we have sometimes strongly 2. The President is a man of peace and r : Absentee BallotingOnly mission headquarters

1 f disagreed with much she said, it was none- tried to preserve world peace by every pos- 11 a t two persons have BO far flclal! He to Is the be first high>,*
r g taken of absentee bal- called, for'servin
i'' i advantage
; q the-fess satisfying recently! ', to find Dorothy sible means. the national defense
4'p loting in this t county County program
Thompson, widely-read columnist, coming 3. The President can be a very great Judge E. K. Perryman said yesterday has held a National Quart c,fj

r' ; wholeheartedly to the support of President man in times of emergency, meeting crises COL. KELLY DISCUSSES the Call-Court street for corner the, new and "And that's all I expect mission for about 15 years
the other for $4.800
; r4: Roosevelt in his campaign for a third termin with speed, timing and immense courage. EFFECTS OF IlLANDING Van H. Priest Store site between he added.October Absentee 21 and ends balloting at mid-began Industrial Wall became Commission chairman of

the White House. It was all the more 4. lie is the first President in our en- (Continued from page one) I the Ritz Cafe and the law officesof night tonight (Friday) On gen- 1939, when Governor Cone June
r L gratifying in view of the fact that Miss tire history to dare call for conscription in and It Is entirely up to the men Knight and Knight Green, also These eral election day persons absent cepted the undated reslgnatio,
to find shelter for their families. by Congressman from their precinct but in the Wendell C
the midst of election campaign. Heaton.
Thompson has never allowed herself to beg an permits were Issued October 7 who had
Starke, at the time is state vote at.
present can any precinct chairman for
e'le r identified!' a hundred percent New Dealer 5, He preserved unity by reorganizing largely inadequate to care for and October 15: respectively.On upon presentation of their regis directed the Commls-Wj several year( ,

I ,J y w, a.hundred. percent Anti-New Dealer. She hill cabinet, giving two of the most critical these newcomers." October 29 a $100 permitwas tration certificates. Judge Ferryman ployment compensation dlv ur,
Issued Richard Englishfor '
has very evidently striven to keep an open posts-War and Navy-to two great pa- Col.! Kelly discussed! the ex- the addition to of a bath room I i expressed the belief that for two years" before, fcwr
tensive recreation that due to this I fact balloting at chairman.
i 1 mind in matters concerning the Administration. triots even though they were from the opposition will be undertaken program at Blanding to his residence On October 28 Camp Blanding might be very Before he came >10> Tallahat

She has bitterly criticized the President i- party. to keep the men satisfied and a $750: permit was issued to C.of heavy In the formerly small( Clay Wall engaged In t he ,Insur"

when she felt that he was wrong and C. lie unified the defense with Canada, free from home sickness. "To H. Nasworthy owner-manager for I County precinct. business In Stark "
the merginghis
Tip Top Grocery I
t } highly praised him when she felt that he making a military and political move of give you an idea, the other daya present store and the old I I
requisition came across my desk
was right. Therefore her opinions have first class statesmanship and importance. for 1,200 pairs of boxing'gloves, Dank of Starke building Into one I CLASSIFIED ADSFOR 1

come to have much more value than thoseof 7.. He made a deal on air bases whichis 2,000 baseball bats 600 volleyballs large store
t i and other A $2,500 permit was Issued to
sporting equip-
a Frank Kent or a Jay Franklin. In the worth billions for the defense of o u r ment In equally large quantities" I "The Church of God by J. T. SALEUsed'16'x16' army FURNISHED LAKE COTTA(

case of these two gentlemen, it is a fore- shores. !he Bald. "There will be service Kirkland Jr.," for a 30 foot by tent. Price $15. W. E. Tay- on Santa Fe Lake, ElK

gone conclusion that the former will oppose 8. lie gathered to the defense counsel clubs, dance halls, and guesthouses 50 foot cement block-construction lor, State Farm road. Itp lights running water laq
where families of the tin roof building to be used as a F. H. Lewis. Santa
men FOR : desk and Fe Sf
the President and that the latter will up- representatives of the great steel'industryand may be entertained for short "residence." Location of the build- swivel SALE-Roll-top chair. Good condition. Earlton. Florida fIve n

hold him, no matter what the merits of the of the great motor industry-neither. periods., Each guest house will ing la west of the H. A. Bishop .-See Mrs. Hubert Priest. Itp east of Waldo 4t to 1

issue,. therefore much that they write must of them his partisans. be in charge of a hostess as- residence. Mrs: T. B. Kendrlx of THE COLONIAL
I slated by two Junior hostesses." Lakeland received a $2,500 per- FOR RENT-An established business HOTEL -
be largely"dbcounted by the intelligent 9. He the greatest single White
posseses For Defence Only mit to build a two-story residenceon the Midlakes Service Station -i Springs offers 10
reader asset that any leader of a democratic state; "We are delighted with the South Street, near Walnut located 10 miles southeast overflow of officers and t

On the other hand, the decision of Miss can have in a crisis like this: The confidence Blanding layout, and are willing[ Street October 19. Work is already l. of Starke on Road 28. See wives tions. reasonable account!!:!!:
to meet the people of Starke half- well advanced. Fred S. Dodd after 6 o'clock P. Good meals He
Thompson to support the President was un- of the rank and file of workers that way In establishing pleasant relations M. Itp rooms. The Colonial It on

doubtedly made after a careful, unprejudiced he will not use conscription and defense to between Camp and community Arrival Dates banks of the Suwaraw R
," Col. kell'y said. "This SACRIFICE-Several twin and overlooking one of the Ur,
non-partisan weighing of the issues betray democracy itself and destroy their mineral
great national defense project has For Troops HereThe single panel-beds, complete with springs m tie wo
l involved. Therefore, her announcement freedom. been created not for purposes of: I mattresses' and double-coil 10-18 4tSTRAWBERRY

gains much added importance. She says: 10. The prestige of the President I aggression, but to prepare us to first contingent of the 45.- springs all practically new-,.- -

"I have said before and I say again, throughout the democratic world is immense defend our philosophy of gOV- 000 troops who eventually will be $15 each (less than actual cost nols grown Missionary PLA:ii-,
ernment. If need be." He In training at Camp Blanding will of springs) John R. Grutler,
summarized ,
the mistakes of the New Deal have been looming above any other statesman this philosophy by stat- arrive here November 25. Whitehouse, Fla. 11-1 2t proved Klondyke. Lady i
mistakes along road in the right direction except perhaps Winston Churchill. ing that in a democracy the goo The outfit will number' 9,177 thousand and, Blukemore$22.50 per, $250 U

in pursuit of the right aim-the extensionof 11. Among our friends in Latin America ernment exists for the individual men of the Thirty-First Division, FOR SALE: BENDER Plants f o. b, ANNA SIR.
while in dictatorship the Individual and they will come from Florida
the economic benefits of this society, with he is the most popular President who ever exists a forthe government.Col. -. Alabama Louisiana and Mississ TRAVEL TRAILERAll MANSION Inois.BERRY NURSERY, Anna

larger section of the whole people, under a Rat in the White House. Kelly, whA assumed com- ippi.The 10-1!
Metal .Weather Proof.
larger section of the whole people, undr a Miss Thompson concludes her article mand at Blandlny"two weeks ago remainer of the' ThirtyFirst !lrrp. Four. KIrelf I'pholMrrrd FOR SALE Single cyllnirj
I has a long Army career behind -8,703 men- are- expected and ........r..I. Air Mrakm. horsepower Munlce out
larger measure of popular control. with the statement that: "These are assets
him. He has here between 3 and Jan-
seen, service In January Also 1936 Plymouth. New motor, cost $54 50. will ttl"
"The means used have sometimes been that we have here and now ; they are the every state 'in the union as well uary 19. The total division en- Buttery and Tire $20 cash. B. S. Hardmat

erroneous and the spirit too often punitive result of accumulation; they are already on as forty foreign Countries. camped here at that time will Fine Combination Mrs. W. E. Taylor. P 0.
Other Camp Blanding officers number 17.880. tt'omplrfe( Road
KiirnlBhrd Hume ODWh..I. 254: on State Farm
and bitter. But here and the the .ledger. Beside them it to .
I we are, year seems me, present at Wednesday's meetingwere Scheduled to arrive between .)

5 5 is 1940: We have behind us eight terrible the question of a third term and a thousand : Col.! Poustf post surgeon; January 1 and January 19 1 lit the Call or Write FOR SALE- .Block 21 But"

!Years of a crisis we have shared with all other considerations become very minor indeed Major Harry Cullins, quarter- first contingent of the Forty-Third ROUTE DICK'S LOC CABIN railway, town of Lawiey. I 1
master; and Major R. R. Ray Division from Maine, Vermont, 41, 8 MILES SOUTH room dwelling, I iwi+"> buti
countries. Here we are, and our basic institutions mond, executive officer. Connecticut ,and Rhode Island VALDOSTAFOR lots, six vacant residence M

are still intact our people rel The Telegraph thoroughly agrees. This outfit will number 9,177 and on corner of East Stall Stand

Permits ContinueTo the remaining 8,703 are scheduledto RENT-S 11; room cottageon Kingsley Avenue.-J
I arrive February 10. Kingsley Lake. Bath lights Harrell, Lawtey, Fla 10-1

First Order Number Co-Ed Booth Show Growth Forty-eight men headquarters* and running water. P. O. Box FOR SALE- 10-room boos

On Election DayTo and headquarters battery o f a 253 Starke, Florida. Itp Gas i
i Building permits totaling $57-: field artillery brigade will report Keystone Height .

IL Hits Garage Mechanic refresh and feed thirsty and 775.00: were issued by the city between January 3 and 19. aa FOR SALE-Two house cars, and ul Savage gas water Keystone. beaterP Heig-

for various buildings and Im- will 922 men of the 179th Field sleeping accommodations for

Five minutes after 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday 23- hungry voters General Election provements since i October 7. a Artillery. This outfit is armed three in each. Ready for Im- Fla. _
day and night, next Tuesday, theCoEd survey of the permit records in with 155 howitzers. On Feb- !Sale or r
: mm. mediate For ;
:year-old Ira Allen was putting a new set of manifold gaskets use. Pat's Service Sta- HOG FARM
Class of the Methodist the City Clerk's office Tuesday ruary 10 the remaining 446 men tion, 1330 N. Marion St., Lake near Camp Blanding. See
on a Model A Ford at Sam Anderson's garage on
Church has announced It will showed. However, the largest of the 179th will arrive, bringing I City. 10-11 3tp E. Wilson. II'
Temple Avenue.At permit, $43.000.00. was Issued to the
regiment's strength to
the same moment in Washington, D. C., Secretaryof have a drink and shortorderstand Murphy Pound for constructionof The 172nd Field Artillery 1.368'1 .

War Stimson was reaching into a big bowl to draw out on the corner of courthouse Starke's new powtofflce and arrive In two units on the

the number that would go down in history as Order No. 1 square on that day. The Co-Eds exterior work on this building at dates the 179th puts in its ap-

in the first peace-time draft ever called in the United States. will also have a sound system on the corner of Walnut and Jefferson pearence.

Secretary Stimson withdrew his hand. President hand to announce the election, results Is nearing completion. This Also scheduled to arrive Feb. !

Roosevelt announced the number-158. A woman in the from the other Bradford permit was Issued October 21. ruary 10: OPENING

broadcasting studio screamed-her son had been called. County precincts and the state Other permits Issued Includedtwo General hospital unit. 250; hospital
to R. H. Ma the and Son, evacuation unit
150 medi-
But Ira Allen not within sound nf and nation at large as they are I Ocala ;
contractors; one for J-l- cal battalion
a radio receiving set, worked on almost tne-fint "ahot out of the received until a very late hour. I 000 for the business building; now police corps. ; military
with his Model A job. It was not Between times there will be good 1 company 170; field artillery ('
The Interviewedseveral I
box. Telegraph being erected by Lex Green
on regiment ((155 mm. guns), 1,509;
until late Tuesday afternoon that music.
men locally who are early .
Alice Anderson wife of the gur- on the listWilliam The Co-Ed refreshment booth, HASKINS'AUTO

age owner, Informed him that he Clifford Uhodrn. Order i iI name location as In the May prl-
was Order No. 1 In Bradford mantes will sell hot dogs, ham-
I No. 2 (Serial No. 192) 'works for
County.,, I| the Standard Oil Company and burgers, coffee, cold drinks pea
Ira Is ready and willing to go lives just north of town on Road I nuts, small pies and cakes etc.. MEAT PARTSWE

M cays lie la unmarried has 13. lie has a father 7i, and a and the profits will be used in

IM dependents and considers his slater, 28. dependent upon him. I the Co-Ed Class' recreation pro-

,r health good. "I'm not going to He tried to Join the Marines several ject ,f:md. This class is responsible I
i try. to get out of Ithe said., but turned for the flood lights and
years ago. was
They: will get me sooner or later down because of color blindness. other improvements at the municipal CURINGNo SELL USED TIRES AND PAST

BO I might as well go on and get I Not to willing to serve tut is Ira tennis courts and It is planned

tt over with." I Allen RtKMten Bald: ".. dun't believe to add horseshoes shuffle

_ !ilea wan born In Suwanee In the draft or anything else board and other games to the TRU
Bounty. but has lived here for that tries to use compulstan to town's recreation facilities. In
view of the the class
the pant ten years. lie makes make a fellow do aomrlblag.! I just cause increase in PricesWe
hln home with his mother' and spent 26 days at Fort' Scrrvra, 'solicits public: support and patronage -
Mtpp-father, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gu., and I don't want any more I for their; booth next Tuesday. Rebuilt Generators and

JrVoodneti.: about two miles south- of It." I

_ ...flC.oT.. town. He spent the year Order No. 9 (Serial No. 57) Is Building New AdditionWork

e:113r orpt: UK, and"the believes Civilian Conservation he will like of A.'the W. Telegraph Anderson' Jr.single. an And.employe with was begun this week on Specialize In Sugar GlassCome and See Us for Any

life.Mtmmer. an addition to the rear of the
,the Army no dependents. lie heartily favors
Courthouse Cafe Court Street.
ot the local draft the draft,, hopes to PUSH all The construction is being done for thing In Automobile Truck Pail

fcmrrf yesterday advised t young''noce..ary requirement, but R. A. Green owner of the buildIng -
subject to selective serviceto dnran't want to to
no go Camp Cured
I by R. H. Mathe and Son MeatsGainesville
-nit tight and take It easy",. Blanding. "1 hope to verve my Ocala contractors and according -
Bin the master list o f orderS year In one of the northern campa
to the building permit Issued for
__ 1 Mwmttera la received from Washington or, better yet in California' or
the addition Tuesday, will cost FOR
D. C. Although Bradford Hawaii." he 'would 2400. The addition will be 34 WE WILL PAY YOU CASH
c County quota for the first Rive m e an opportunity for ANY
feet by 36 feet of cement block TRUCKS AND CARS IN
_ year has not yet been announced travel that I might never have
construction with concrete floor
M IB believed that the number of otherwise* Ice & CONDITION
and metal roof.: The permit
( volanUera will almost take careT Order No. 15 (Serial N L 197)
stated the building would be used
It, so that few men will ac- \I" Rooaevelt Hudson. 22 the first ,
as a "Cafe, but Green explained ) -
t.....7 be drafted.Qoeetfonnaires "cullud boy" Interviewed. 'He It was a "cook-room' for the Cold
will be sent outamund dips turpentine for r.. O. Powell, present Courthouse Cafe.Farmers' Storage Co. Ci-
Nov. 7 tor the men withtile lives la Reno. ia married. Tm LOCATION Just North Of Starke

k first order numbers. They not worried." ha 8&Id"If It gitsme Market .La single and J. L. GEORGE :

..m be given five days to fill It gUs me," was his fatalistic has no dependents. "I don't believe Mgr. Limits jghW3lHaskins'
'; Renee out and then the draft philosophy In the draft because I believe On The

IIeard will take up the matter of Order No. 15 (Serial No. 147) it Infringes on our personal Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St.

deferments. It will be some time la Jasper (Jack) Duncan 21 last Freedom as guaranteed in the constitution -

;' Sr after Nov. 12 before any men are June 19. He work from 3 p. m. ," he said. "I'm willingto GAINESVILLE Parisl *

i Actually called. until midnight at Kelly's Place go along with the rest of the FLORIDA Auto

jl :Xa order to find out "how it north of town Uve with his boys, though and take what'
...." to have your number drawn brother. Johnnie, near the State coming to me." ) I