Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01169
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01169
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The' Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven r rtLLttIN
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( tarke's New Postoffice Buildink Will Be Dedicated Tomorrow ill

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hru These Piney Portals Millions of Dollars Will Flow to Starke Green Arrives Here For Ceremony; ;

"T ... Jailor Arrests Drew Single-handed Postmaster General Will I

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Send Representative

After Murder' At State FarmAbout
I Starko's new Federal building will be officially dedicated .

9 o'clock Monday The plucky jailor mood while Saturday morning at 11 o'clock according to an an-

ing Dick Drew,': foreman morn-I r'Drew leaned against a desk, with nouncement yesterday by Congressman Lex Green who had

State Road Department his right arm extended along the just arrived from Washington in order 'to attend. the cere k
crew walked into Sheriff A. O. back of Mr. Rowe's swivel chair. monies. ,
Andreu's courthouse office and I Noting the man's position, and Frank Ellis' personal representative of Postmaster General -* 1

asked If the sheriff WitS In. feeling confident that he could ) Frank Walker, will make the dedication speech, and I

The sheriff ',was out Only I beat him to the draw, Rowe Starke Postmaster: Fred F. Stump will 'preside over the \
Highway Patrolman Melvin :McKinney eased his hand Inside! his coat brief ceremonies. ,

and MrL, F. Dlnklna., I where his pistol wan sUing:, nnd Officials of the county and city ha.ve been invited to I .
''Andrea's daughter, were sitting i covered Drew before the
deslx'rate > I flit on the stand,
there talking. man had a chance to draw i and the IJ. I Ar.eaker'lt will

Drew picked of| the telephone, arms. Sudden Move I also! take part on the program -,
asked for long distance, and Single-handed, Jailor Rowe arrested -
talked briefly to'ex-Governor FredCOIIC'H Drew, who handed over the I -
Last week a thick pine ( "Saturday should be a glorious ,
wife in Lake City. He three v big gun that were con ,
IayBaF thicket east of Starke began A then called Joe Atkins, attorney cealed on his. person; and locked Puzzles Patrons ; day and the dedication I ,: 1 1I

to part and the sun In Gainesville ana walked out of him in jail, where he remalnd until I ceremonies should be at- t I '

shone through, on ground the office without offering to pay i Sheriff Dekle removed him to Post off ice Open i tended by everyone In Bradford
that had been in shadow a! for the message They called I the Union County prison about I County," Congressman Green said ;

It t Armorv for centuries. As significant him back, he paid the tolls, and 3:30: p. m.According. For HusinesH In i yesterday He Is Justifiably proud ,f'i
to Bradford County went out again. to a statement givento New Building i of the handsome. new Federal. :\ '
(though not as miracu- Jailor Ben Rowe entered the the press by L. F. Chapman, building here which he .la largely
Large Crowd ExpectedTo lous) as the rolling\ back of !' e office just in, time to answer the superintendent of the prison Almost as quietly as the Arabs responsible f 0"securing'' for''

Attend Annual the waters of the Red Sea, ringing telephone It was Sheriff Drew and Marquis (a guard assigned fold their tents and silently steal Starke. @

Event Friday Night the path through the pines Dekle of neighboring Union to a road crew doing work away, Uncle Sam' pout of flee at In the meanwhile.' Starkeltea it
i was being hewed by State County with the news that Dick near the prison) reported Mon. are' still thrilling to the beauty;
The huge ball room in the Na-i Road Department work- Drew had Just murdered J. A. day morning to take charge of a Starke left the musty building of the new building, and It is believed ..

Lnal Guard Armory in Starke men, clearing a 200-foot Marquis In front of the State squad of 25 convicts While where It had been quartered for that most of them will turnout

|U be the mecca Friday night, right-of-way for the new Prison Farm's main gale nine waiting for the prisoners, the two nearly 30 years, and bright and for the dedication In order to

nuary 31 for Army and civilian highway from Starke to miles northwest of Starke. He men (both about 45 years of age) early Monday morning; was doing ;show their 'appreciation ,of this t j

-lovers who wish to Join In the Camp Blanding. The had escaped In,a: State Road De- apparently became engaged in an business at the new stand.-a new ,
[lebratlon oft h e President's scene above shows the wide partment truck r argument, and Drew shot Marquis. Started
$4 ,827 brick and marble structure -
May and at the same timet swathe heading almost due "He la heavily( aimed and has with a pistol, Chapman sold office
t the nation-wide fight against east as an- extension of threatened to kill anyone who A coroner's Jury Investigatedthe on Walnut Street more

antlle paralysis. Call Street beyond Alligator tries to stop him'," Sheriff Dekle shooting and recommendedthat Without previous announcement 146,827, 'It..

Stllrk '9 annual, Birthday Ball Creek. At right If x,u 'warned Drew be held on a first de. or public fanfare, Postmaster F Is of
lit get under way at 10 o'clock shown some State Road At that very moment the truck gree murder charge pending action F. Stump and hIs boomaugmentedforce and the t
Ith music furnished by Ted Department equipment at was parked In front of the court- by the grand, jury. of 11 clerks began Sunday" |side t
(erwood and his Floridians popr the end of a rickety house here. Supt. Chapman said that testimony morning trooping, out the backdoor quality
orchestra from the Unlvery wooden bridge which will Jailor Rowe'walked to the door presented at the Inquest of the old building. Into the tensively.

of Florida at Gainesville. soon be replaced with a of his office and' met Drew face showed that Drew received notice backdoor of the new building, some tile.Legion. I
toeing will continue until 2. modern concrete structure. to face. recently that he would be ,,'Iealledfrom carrying packages, mall, pigeon-
Always well attended, the It is hoped that the new "I want to see you" the con- his foremanship on February ) holo shelved, scales ,In fact, all

(rthday Ball tonight Is expected highway will\ be,completedby vict foreman said. 1. Several witnesses testified equipment that WitS not being
draw the largest crowd ever July. When it is finIshed Mr. Rowe opened the door nnd that Drew blamed Marquis junked to make way for new '

attend an event of this kind millions of dollar let him In. for the loss of his job. Although/ front entrances of the

ire, because of the widespread will flow over it'Into chan two buildings are on different One of : '

erect in the event, both hered nels of trade in Starke.Strawberry ROOM FOR V. 8. SFEMSC1RTAINBUTl4O.DOFB; : streets, the rear exits are'scarcely lIan- f '

at Camp Blanding. : .A. Road Problem 100 yards apart, so-mitny: Starko 1 Starke 143,
J A special Invitation "id being COLLAl'SB] AM'TItRWARUSForecasting Ites were unaware of'the, mov* night '
tended the to" the > r i-, until Monday morning: It wright
press Festival ,
pmy and civilian personnel of Opens Tomorrow the economic future To pathette tn sv ls how some Whlte (
Camp, and it is hoped,that" a 1 \ in a world situation such as exists Up CongressFlorida of them reacted while slowly terUlned ,,

e number from there will today Is pretty much of a realizing that their poatofflce had hohor of )

tin with Starke In the celebra- With Big Events Every Day gamble, but there are a few points Defense moved without telling' them u now 1
bn. Pleas thing about It. At ,,
which clear. Oneis Highway
seem reasonably '
With the blare of a band and Attractions on the grounds for A hastily-penciled sign, scribbled especially
[roLlems Discussed I the sky-splitting explosions of Fair visitors will include large that comparatively little Fed- Carried To Washington on a' rough piece of card guest
will be available for
exhibition arenas housing agricultural eral money 'board, asked the public to "Please pant
aerial 'bombs guaranteed to be for The problem of building more o
t P.-T. A. Meet some time to come except
horticultural, livestock, drop letters at new postofflce. g
heard over half-dozen miles, Brad educational and ,commercial exhibits strictly military projects. Another military roads in Florida will One man timidly Inquired where Supper
(The Parant-Teacher-Assoclation Is that matter what artificial likely be placed squarely In the 15th.'f
ford County's big Strawberry no ;
Preparations'and plan the new postofflce was. when In the r
>t Thursday afternoon of last, Festival and Agricultural Fairwill efforts tire"- made to prevent lap of, Congress, according to Indications '
various exhibits have Informed
for the. replied: "Things sure home on
fcek, in session in the conditionsover 1 In Washington last
and boom
regular at the rising
this Saturday prices '
open weeks and
progress for several are happening fast around hers!: oysters kf'
nool auditorium, with the pre t. State Farmers' Market for a run of most of the country, the week.
an exceptionally varied array An old negro woman went Into and fried. ", ,
nt, Mrs. W. B.' Sewell, presid- of six days and nights: items I III assured. boom will go right on booming Floridians reported that ThomasH. Stump's Store and asked Mrs. Music
r outlined for for,a while. Even areas not directly McDonald, commissioner of
A special program Amusement and entertainment Stump If she would please sell Standing
|Mrs. E. J... Williams, chairman free will receiving money for army the Public Roads Administration,
opening' day will feature a for Festival and Fair visitors her a stamp. "I'se been waltln at song and s
program, 'b a d Invited two barbecue for, all fair visitor In be provided by a gala fun zone camps or defense manufacturersare assured Governor Spessard L. Holland the window for two hours, but given by
the of and members,of the State'scongresalonal
takers to address the audience: the early afternoon, a spectacular featuring a" dozen clean and en- already feeling surge that thing ain't opened up yet!" eral
L Evelyn Stephens), secretary of display of daylight fireworks anda tertaining shows catering to the Improving business. delegation his de- she exclaimed. made by

Chamber of Commerce, andC. ,band concert. entire famtty;, many of the new- But 'there l.i one thing more partment I is ready to help solve When asked if the new build. also by ,

R. Stageberg. architect, of Other, special events 'for the eat and most'Jlhrilling rides anda that seems reasonably certain, the State's road difficulties If ,Ing was adequated, Mr. Stump ,

rlnesvllle and Starke. Mrs week Include Farmers' Day and host of game of skill and fun and It la not so pleasant. Thisis Congress provides the money. 'Immediately an" w e'r e d. "No." Car k :
veil Intnxluced'Mra. that after The Floridians told MacDonald '
Stephens judging of livestock and ,poultry, Sponsored by a local non-profit the certainty When asked why the Government 'i
a talked on the subject of school day' and Chlldrens Pet corporation, the annual Bradford the boom will come a bad eco- during a two-hour conference would go to the trouble and 'ex. Friday h
ommunity Defense" and spoke and nomic collapse. that the concentration of naval '
Show Tuesday, coronation of the County Strawberry Festival pense of building a new postofflce a half ,
the responsibility that is de- "Strawberry" Queen 0 f 1941 Agricultural Fair Is Intended as a War booms are not healthy. and military facilities In the State which was too small when It was J. W. &
oping upon the ten committees Thursday night and a beautiful regular yearly event proclaimingthe Goods manufactured for war use had created a need for pew roads finished, the postmaster explainedthat turned I
ently appointed to Improveal display of aerial and ground fire agricultural Industrial, com do not make wealth In the sense which the State was unable to when the building was plan and i
conditions works bombardment closing night. mercial and educational develop- that goods manufactured for con- fill without help. ned and the contract let there only a
[Mrs.. Stephens Introduced Mr. Friday. i ment of Bradford County., structive use make wealth.So The State already has spent was no thought of a boom. They hand, his :

geberg. who spoke concerning I prudent people will not large amounts to construct roads submitted the census figures for mollahed.

Inning for the. growth of I TournamentThe make the mistake that so many necessary to the military and 1920 1930, and even for 1940, and
the in housing; conditions etc. McDonald Funeral Bowling made in the mid-1920' of ex- naval bases without waiting for there seemed to be very little In Tag r

has just returned from Wash- services were held at Rita Theatre bowling team panding their businesses 'or enlarging Federal help., which accounts In crease. Camp Blinding and the
toll., D. C.. where he talked Funeral large measure for the present Unless
last week to their farma on the assumption boom took place* after the con :
Federal, Agencies In regard 1 P..JML'Thursday for ArchibaldA. lost the tournament that an emergency pace difficulty, the Floridians told tract for the building was let. Oh, tended, It i
I the problems which now con- McDonald, at the Santa Fe the Camp Blanding Architectsby of business will continue forever. MacDonald. They Informed him well don't worry! The Government obtain th

|nt this community.' Mr. Stage- cemetery Hampton. Rev. Mr. a score of 2333: to 2320. High A,few people will make a good that Camp Blanding, near Starke, need the business, and will suffer
Tic urged the cooperation of all Hicks;- of Waldo, officiated. Mr. scorers were W T. Craven (611)); .I deal of money In the next few had created one of the major provide adequate facilities to deadline
Pzens In beautifying town. McDonald was 71 years of age, ,
I the of Bradford and Doug Parka ((576): ), both of yeara, and most of them will lose problems. handle It. i January ,I
Following the program, the and was a native for The situation in Florida\ and
the Architects. High scorer It In the to follow. Those
>sldent presided over a short County, but had been a turpentine years aban- Another Building Gets The
lead the
: the locals was George Manaasa who plod their way more conservatively elsewhere may to
Mandarin section
prness meeting. In the absence operator In the with a total of 549. The tournaments will make leis but donment 0 f the Federal-State
t h e secretary, Mra. N.. D. for: thirty years. He died after defense Worb'r
week at chance of matching system so far as -
are played every they will have a good : They'rearguing still
inwrlght. Jr. a'brief illness He is survived by
.., the minutes of .I Steve Weldon's bowling alley on keeping some of tt. Gadsden Co. highways are concerned
previous meeting were read his widow .Mrs., Gertie Sparkman 'Temple Avenue.. Times. Senator Charles O. Andrews of i over -
*JrsR. F., Demoreati_ It was McDonald. Florida said.MacDonald. whether or not the RrDutches h "M. -
led to have, the February meet- of Wind---- 1
favor. constructionof ,
T on the 13th a*, bat .la 3 Burned To Death 5 {Workers Killed 32 Buses A Day a principal military highway I sor had her faceWt, '

under Day," also' t o'' have Five Camp Blanding workers Officials of Orange Lines, Inc. down the middle of the peninsula, lifted recently, but lr
meeting 'at"nlgbt and" invite DeWitt C. Jones F-uneral Home I were killed\ \. and a sixth was Injured announced yesterday that 32 with roads leading off to each of there Isn't a bit
men,I* attend. had the aftermath of a serious doubt that +
? Senator of
in an automobile-train collision buses a day are now running between the military and bases -
The president appointed' the accident this 'week In the hill in Jacksonville Thursday Starke and Camp BlandJnc. Andrews declared. Road 19 many old buildings
owing nominating ,committ >{ North Carolina the detail of Florida already In Starke are submitting hp
morning of last week. Joe Frlgo, Service begins at S a m. and through Central
"BJyn> Stump. Mr W. H. which. are- Dot yet fuDy:known. Roads to the
Duval County road patrolman ends at 2 a m. A bus runs has been designated by the operations
Hr. H. u Brownlee Mm A..o' transport and a truck collided defense highway of beauty +
(formerly of Lawtey) reported every 15 minute. la the early Administration a* a
C. ,RItch, and Mrs E. K.' ., -'th*'',transport overturned, that be saw,the car In which the morning and the early evening he said.Temporarily. doctors plaster-(
1'Ymaa. caught 'fire. and three,)bodies were six men were riding swerve hours. ers and painters, a R
burned almost beyond :recognition. around another automobile that Closed If you must tx ,

\ready Rented ;'The body of one of the had stopped to let the train pans, Blanding Pay Day prosaic), At left '
unfortunate ones, J. E. demons, Although the Southland Amusement Is shown the latest r

I Marcus F, Brown attorney, was buried in New Hope cemetery' C. BirthdayThe i Starke merchant are preparng Park ha* been unofficiallyopen one to get the j' ,'
Is It depend ai{ 2 P. M. C. 1 i e
"entirely upon Tuesday for another breathless week during the past week, yet, works the o
1.Lord and the weather"-his Starke Chamber of Com 'end.. Today Is Army pay day at because of the Strawberry Festival Manning building

rumen are all right--as tofn 3 Cars CollideSol has a birthday this week.It Camp Blandtn*-the second since Phil T., Vltsky. and the at present housing ',
Mm new building adjoining merce bornat the 31st Dlvlsfoi moved In. Woman' Club of Starke, thoughtIt the tore of J. W
months old, being
I new postoffice wttl be corn- ''SChneider had his leg Is six for the best interests of all White It Son
fed. George A. Condon will l broken received other injuries, the beginning of the most hectic NewHome local strawberry concerned, for the success of the Soon it will have
of Starke. Ray
In the history
rate-a cafe In the large' room perhaps Internal and 'Charles period I* building a fertilizer Festival to close the Amusement a new tenant ant
six months the grower,
f he center of the building. The Henry had hi* foot broken, when during has past been of untold'ser- warehouse 30x32: feet on his placea Park during the Festival and cooperate Mr. White will b. '
Maxvilleast Chamber
ital Telegraph will occupy the three cars collided at and In mile out on the Jacksonville with the Festival In any forced to seel +s +
the community
ce on the south side white"Mr, Monday. They were both vice to will highway. It will be finished this way they can. They expect to other quarter. */
the Telegraph '
WD, Vincent's Hospital, our next issue, f fs'
himself will move hislaw taken;to St. Interesting resume of Its week. C. W, Colsom I is the con- re-open in a big way Immediatelyafter yet unannounced70ft g
eec i Into the office adjacent Jacksonville in a DeWitt C. Jones give an tractor. I t.be'clo.... of the Festival.
the activities.
[ postofflce. ambulance.



JAM 311941 1


Weekly Financial News of the state, concludes Dixie Field Sketches At Camp Blanding CapturedCamp

Bradford County Telegraph a paragraph with the following sig- BAYONET PRACTICE Blanding had U, tbt..

+, KhtabUHhml 1817 nificant remark: "prisoner of war" lust wey" a i

Second "Meanwhile: smart Duval politics ties As the story bt told, M
Fridays ana Entered as
Published Weekly", on men were sent! to make
Class Matter at the Port Office at Starke Fla. up completion of the Baldwin cut-off which repaint to the Inside of lulu lilt,

,.- ,. -- -- would allow west coast bound traffic to roof of the building that ho saal:
the officer's mess of the
MEMBER.LO detour Jacksonville. Field Artillery. 11411I

..RimPRESS ASSOCIATION Mr. Fuller's frank comment refers, of They finished their work II

A course, to the famed "missing link" of Road soon that they decided t K tak!
J( j.,._ 9 ee oeur l ao has a short nap and while tpq
15 20
13, which for the past or years peacefully slept, oth'r NUrlaa

E. L-Matt1ie .__::::: _::_:: Editor and Owner prevented this important highway from en- hurriedly put up the corn,

*. ..-- --- -- joying the full extent of its usefulness. It not knowing tnat the men we
SUBHCKIITION in the attic.
# Yearly $1.75' ; Nix' Months fl.OO-1'ayable Inart's adds weight to the suspicion of interested Just a. the Hecond pair ,81
JlrvILIICdvI"I""C" Bt t on Application towns from Fernandina to Ft. Myers that workers were about to kas

Jacksonville interests have pulled every pos- the building, ghostly cries J

Starke Must Have Faith In Itself sible string to prevent this road from be- LlfrHT.300lnACMlNe F + / sued source.from Upon an unknown lnvesllgaUm upWlrj S|
During This Crucial Period ing completed.This ii lost workmen were found hi
+ By Henry Austin Carlton summer-at last-after two dec- the attic with no way t0 le

Speaking of booms and else, after an ades, the unpaved stretch between Baldwinand Yie out.FLA.

absence of more than twenty years, I returned Yulee had been reduced to an infini- ie a STATE FARM

f to my native state of Florida in tesimal two or three miles and it seems that 1i' ? By Mia Mary TowiMen

PI December, 1925, just at the close of the tourists would finally enjoy the privilege of I Saturday evening Gene fq

Florida boom. It is very true that nobody entering the state by a shorter route with- CAMOU FLAGED I celebrated his thirteenth blrtt
1 knew for sure that it was over, but it was, out being forced to thread their i way y J x 2JJI.I-t :with a party given by big male

nevertheless. It was knocked out at the end through Jacksonville. I i The guests, who numb

of the old year, and never regained consciousness However, in a few weeks the tourist about 18, played games m i I

d at the beginning of the new. I season will once again be history, and the Gets Under Way At Blanding VANDERBILT I yard and then retired to the h
System where
anxious to have at least a small sharein "missing link" is still unfinished.If I By Miss Velma Norman Ing room some of t tl
was With Issuance Of Privilege Cards guests sang: songs and other *
the fabulous wealth which others had they do deserve any credit for this I Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Howard of untary entertainment was I't1

1 been making in' Florida. Hence, I took along prolonged stall we'll have ,to hand it to The honor system under which I measured up to the Honor Card Starke and Mrs Pauline Rhoden dered.

ride through various sub-divisions on Jacksonville politicians. They certainly i 1 enlisted men of high standing can standards. This to card be also absent en- of Jacksonville were dinner guests Delicious refreshments conch!
obtain Class ,A pass ,cards got titles the of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snowdenand ing of Ice cream, cake and caoa ,
i the West Coast with a multi-millionaire know their way around. under way at Camp Blending last when his presence Is not required family Sunday.Mr. were served, after which the

l friend of mine (I don't have many of I % week with the distribution of but it First will be In the and custody wit be of and Mrs. F. M. Norman opened his gifts.
the Sergeant
f1 them!) asking his advice about investing "No Man Is An Island" special pass forms to all units., Issued to the bearer on applica- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. J. L. Whidden Is enjoy
v of meager savings in Florida dirt. True Yesterday tlll True TodayBy The system Is patterned after tion with the approval of the W. B.. Bloodsworth and family of a visit with her mother 1//
my ,
other divisions and
those army commander. It will be Ralford. O. C. Boykin, of Mudurt
This mar. had hundreds of acres of orange this time everyone has heard of, military schools, but has several company turned In on return. Mr.: and Mrs. Ellery Sapp and Tallahassee.

? grove property, much c i t y property in and many have read Ernest Hemingway's !unique features of Ha of own. It Class C family spent last Sunday In. Jack- Friends of the Dobbs broth!

Tampa, and other real estate throughout powerful best-selling novel, "For Whom the i a embraces Class A three Honor types Card, a passes ClassB. Class C privileges will be Issued sonville. Lester and Arch will be II)

; Florida, and at one time owned 250,000acres Bell Tolls." But how many are familiar Privilege Card and a Class C only for a particular oc- Arthur Howard o f Orlando D.to learn Dobbs that of Baker their father J
of land in Pinellas County alone. He Privilege and the conduct of each casion, and will to those men spent part of last week here with County
with the passage from John Don n e, soldier determines his classification. go Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard.H. Monday in a Jacksonville hospl
1if was anxious to be loyal to Florida, and at preacher and poet, from whom Hemingway deemed not qualified for Class A, L. Norman and daughters, I Funeral services were held i

n the same time save me money. So whenI borrowed the title? Honor Cards or Class B cards. A pass of any I Velma and Gloria, were visitingMr. 2:30: p. m. Tuesday, in Sapp i
tt asked his advice about buying some Flor issued type can be revoked at any time and Mrs. J. M. Rosier of : etery near Raifgrd.
It is one of the most beautiful in all The Honor Cards are to detach-
i by company battery or Woodlawn Sunday afternoon. -
ida real estate he replied with great emotion literature, and any man or woman wouldbe men who by their outstanding ment commanders. No pass Is i BUS SCHEDULE
Miss Eunice Snowden and Tom
"It can't last! It soldierly quail ficatlons demon- transferable. All men on Northbound
and mental anxiety, the beter for pausing a while and reflecting pass
Swain of Georgia spent Sunday
strate a high standard of military must return to their areas not Leave Starke,-7:40: A, M..2 1 ii
I i can't last! IT JUST CAN'T LAST!I' upon its full significance: deportment and discipline. The later than Taps, except on Saturday afternoon in Ralford. A. M.. '12:30: P. M.. 1:43: : P. l|

That is the way many of the old-time "No man is an iland, intire of it selfe; card entitles such soldiers to be nights and nights preceding Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Kelly and 6:10: P. M.; 10:10: P. M.
absent from the reservation when- designated holidays.Men family were in Camp Blanding on SouthboundLeave
ti Starkeites look upon their present good every man is a peece of the Continent a ever their presence is not required found unworthy of holdingthe business last Friday afternoon. Starke-4:30: P. M. 2

fortune. Of course, my friend happened to part of the maine; if a clod bee washed but does not. of course higher cards will be droppedto 'Harold and Lucian Alvarez A. M.; 10:20 A. M.; 2:20: P,1|

be right with regard to the Florida boom. away by the Sea, Europe is the lesse, as wellas excuse them from any required the lower classification. Passes were in Raiford last Sunday afternoon 5:20: P. M.
duty. The card Is In full custody Eastbound
All good things i -except Heavenmustsooner if a Promontorie were, any man's of these soldiers, who have won must be shown to the military Leaves Starke-7:15: A. M?, 1 La
later have end. Dut often death this unusual police on leaving and returning, Mrs. Pauline Rhoden of Jack- Starke, for Palatka and St.
or an they diminishes me, because I am involvedin privilege by proving and men will be Inspected for this week
sonville is spending
? last much longer than we had thought, and Mankinde; And therefore never send to I they deserve it. neatness prior to departure. Departure here with Mr. .and Mrs. Allen gustlne 5:20: Westbound P. M.

longer than we deserve. And oftentimes know for whom the bell tolls; It tolls for II Clans B books must be signed and Howard.' Leave Starke-7:40: A. M.; 11
Class B cards go to these who civilian clothing cannot be worn
we hinder their continuation by our atti- thee." Beland Johns of this section i A. M.; Leave Starke for
4 also demonstrate soldierly qualifications on pass by enlisted men before
tude. Doubt,'lack of faith afi ll fear,'are bad but who have not fully the first three grades. visited Moody Steven's farm' at I Butler Perry, and Tall
Brooker Sunday afternoon. i S:3J.P.: 1C.
psychology. We first think a thing and Britain And Germany Tighten Belts

then act accordingly. If we think the boom As Hitler Prepares Final BlowIn 2 Blanding Draftees

is over, or will soon be over most likely it military circles, the feeling that Hit- Who Aren't Softies tnM i, :as

j t will be-for us; because we will do nothingto yMti.
ler will soon make his supreme effort to Oldtlmers who say that young Along the
prevent the boom' from crashing 'or the defeat England is almost unanimous. Timeis men of today are getting soft and way .
pi bubble from bursting. If we think the boom unfit to defend their country k
working with Britain Hitler the officers
should to the told !
story by
itIK and
i In something ephemeral, a passing shadow think, must win this year or certainlylose. Col. ,Ira E. Ryder of the Recep- pause

a mere will-o'-the-wisp, here today and gone tion Center at Camp Blanding.

tomorrow why, then, naturally, we will do He is supposed to be perfecting his It seems that Fred F ass, young
i" nothing about it. We will not turn our Groveland farmer walked 30
plans and organization now, and the Ger- miles; missed three' meals Mid
hand to make it permanent and some more mans are apparently confident that Eng- slept one- night In a depot,, to

I farsighted town or city will get the busi- land can be broken by destroying her' ship.. keep from being tardy at the Induction

ness and the population which rightfully ping, by greater air raids, and finally, by invasion bUD connection.station, after missing a

belong to Starke. Or, even an entirely new when British morale has been weak- Marcus Linton, Wewahltchka,

city might spring up and within a very few ened. talked a bum : driver Into selling
him a ticket 'on credit from his
short far outstrip Starke in
every The .
English are just as firmly convinced
home town to Port St. Joe, sat
way Such instances have occurred times that with unstinted American aid up two nights, and missed four

ai without number, and there is nothing to they can't lose the war. They claim to have meals. Besides all that, he had
keep them from occurring, again. If we to walk from Starke to Camp
that will .
new highly unpleasant
weapons prove .
Blanding, distance of --
a seven
do not think the boom will last will not
we \
for the
surprises invaders. The miles to avoid missing his call.
build any hotels or aparement houses or Germans still talk of new too Both men still in their twenties -0
weapons, -
.. .
build hotels or apartment houses were volunteers. ---
any or
but so far the war hasn.t produced anythingbut
homes or business houses, where our in- improvements old
on weapons. 48
creasing population may find shelter and Britain has just adopted tighter food Kelley'Wants '
of abode and Made 2-Lane Road :*
permanent places employment.
rationing, and GermaTi diet is said to be
If the new-comers are unable to find com- Possibility of converting Road
still on the downgrade. Europe will be
a .
48 into a two-lane highway from
fortable accommodations here there is nothing Jtk

mighty hungry place when the war ends. Kingsley Lake to the Intersectionwith
to hinder them from going where theycan Road 68 was discussed last

find them. And thus will Starke have week by Col. R. H. Kelley of ,
lost her The F. B. I. Does Good 'Work Camp Blanding and state high-
thrice-golden opportunity.Why And Pays For Itself As It GoesIn way engineers.The .

not grasp old bald-headed Oppor- these days when the safety of our converted highway link, a}
tunity by the little hair that he does have.- is about six miles would have two
country dependent on preventing sabotageand lanes of at least 24 feet In width
. his: forelock-and step out by faith and invest
subversive activities it is heartening to with a parkway between of 20 to

r a little money, or influence somebodyelse see some of the results disclosed in the report 25 feet. The Mlddleburg high-
to do and build way, under construction for sev
so, up the town so it
which J. Edgar Hoover, director of the eral months Is designed to relieve -
can have a chance to show us what it really FBI for the past sixteenyears, submits an- congested travel conditions '

can do? Yes, I know the boom struck us nually to the Attorney General.! on State Road 48.' the only routeto
like hurricane Camp Blanding out of Starke -
a tornado
or -so suddenlythat
The current report has just been released and Green Cove Springs. _
nobody 'bad time to prepare for it- and discloses 5,605 convictions i in The engineers also discussed a

but now that we know what it is that has FBI cases during the year or 96.46 percent Starke-Camp 'Blanding six-mile, ,
struck us, let us not fail to take advantage two-lane highway which should
of the class
investigated. Of the 182
of it relieve to a great extent the traf- wfF.o8F<'aa
and do
it just as soon as possiblebefore -
kidnappings since they were made Federal fic hazard when it Is completed,
the opportunity is gone and gone for- violations, 180 have been solved while the now estimated,for next July. Drink

ever. other two are under active investigation. Preliminary roadway clearanceand
grading actually started last
"There is a time in the tides of men These but examples taken from week is' When tired of
are the and ;, estimated to be you're driving,a stop for a good
which, !if taken at its flood, leads on to for- wide field of activity of the FBI which. completed In 90 days. ccaecous

s tune." should be strong deterrents to crime. The State Road Department stretch and an Ice-cold bottle of Coca-Cola Is
engineer talked of
ll "To every man there openeth a way On the national defense angle the report Road No. 121 to Lawtey, an out- always refreshing. Coca-Cola has the good- e
& t' and ways and a Way, says: "Since the outbreak of war in let for Camp Blanding. and the

4 The high soul gropes the high way, Europe, there have been no acts of sabotagein contemplated route to Palatka. ness of quality everybody likes. So when

And the low soul goes the low; our country attributable 1 to foreign Soldiers CanThumb S
And every man decideth the way his agents." you pause throughout the day, make it the
Describing hitch-hiking as "un-
t soul shall go. While operating on the amazingly small mllitary. a discredit to the uniform pause that reFreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola. YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY

sum as government expenditures go of and detrimental to the
A standing the :'Army enjoys with
Masterpiece Of
Stalling $7,300,000 annually, the FBI returned to the civilian I I population" Col.
It Credited To JacksonvilleIn the government last Frederick W
year $53,390,180.64 in Manley last week Issued BOTTLED
In a discussion of Florida's various road actual fines, savings and recoveries, or $8 an order forbidding men of COMPANY BY

i problems, Walter P. Fuller, author of the for every dollar spent. the practice.31st Division to engage In the STARKE COCA-COLA, BOTTLING, CO.



JAN 3119th I F


ROATDRAIN i I IN TIIH t'lltrt'IT roller OK THKKK.tlTII I went Quarter of Section= 14, said Motion' I and thence run defendant. and that if la the belief,
Journal JI'IMCIAI. IIK-I ITM I v Town"hl|> 7 South' !lUtnsre 2UKnot North 427 feet thence run West of the affiant that the said defendant k.
High By )11'.. Z. Z. GrUfia I \. "'0" II It A It KOHII ('OI\TY, ; toKelher with I all and' 4SS feet thence run South 427 !is' over he awe '>f It years
F ..01111. '. IN Clltt'FItY.NtTirl'1 singular the rights. member, feet thence run Knxt 4X8 fret IT If THICUKKOKI3 OUDKHKH,
Arch Prevatt and John Stephensof TO miFK.NUANT; heredltmenta. and appurtenance. to point of beginning; and also That the defendant. Charles O.
Thomas. J, McKenna to said premises belonging or In beginning at the Northeant. cor Woodbrldge be sod ice U herebyrequired
6I'C NUM1IKK TWI<:NTY-T\\'O Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Plaintiff any wine Incident. or appertaining NW4 of N of Section to appear on or before
LUDIC N0, -VIIMary 7..eT.r 7 S. U. 2! 1.It'; thence the 8rd day of February 1.4I to
and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls last Fri McKenna. T. Frank nndrum, run South 211 feel, thence run answer the bill of .,complaint filed
JOURNAL STAFF' Defendant.IN Special. Master West 4SH feet thence run North In this ("UI"". otherwise the allega-
Ei S. Meet The SeniorsJOE day.Miss THF. NAMW OF TIIK, STATIC Knight & Knight 21S feet thence run Mast 4H* tlone of sold bill of complaint;:>>
Jack hall Mildred 01" FLORIDA. 11HKKTINC.S: Attorneys for I'lalntlff 1-10 4t 1-31 feet to point of beginning, all will l<.. taken an. confessed. by said ?
,WIn-Chlf't Betty Green Morrell Is spend- TO: Mary McKenna, whi>. realdence being In Tp. 7 8. it. 22 Kant. defendant

-Iet1 EdJtOl' Opal Peele BOYLESYou ing this week in Starke with her You I la are unknown.hereby: notified to appear OllltKII OP Pllll.lCATION ..Ituated In Kradford County. IT IS PUnTHBU: ORDERED a
Sports might know this senior as"Joedy" .MiritH TO AIM'I'.AU' Florida: That thin order be published once i ia
8 to the bill of complaint filed
Buddy DaviBPoints uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. against you in said cause on or The Mtate of Florida to Lilclle at private .."I... for $m: .SJ cash, an week. for four roneecutlve week yin
or "Shorty but his real
8 Sadie Prince Plese before the first Monday In March Webb whose ddrena. l Is Route No. tier petition now on file In the the Bradford County Telegraph
!Vf name is Joe Boyles. He is the Russ. the name being the 3rd day of cal)4 2, Sparks, r..I\h..t ffflce of I>..Id| | County Judge, thin a newspaper of general circulationpublished
-N Grace Green smallest boy in the senior clada. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre of month A. I>. 1 /41. by entering You are :li hill of complaint January 9th, A. 1>. 1941. I n llradford County
Scout Mack Futch your appearance 1 In the office of for divorce and due affidavitfor T. Frank Ljindrum Florid-:
d V March 1, 1925 !Is his blrthdate Florahome spent Sunday with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In this order has been filed In Guardian of the estate of William WETNESS. my hang and the seal
News Melba Moody and Middleburg Florida, his birth- Mrs. Tyre's parents. Mr. and and for Bradford County, Florida Circuit Court of Bradford County, Anthony Andrews of thla Court at Starker Florida,
Lillian Barnes on or before mild date; otherwise Florida' In cane wherein Marl: Orey 1-11) it 3-7 thin In.t day of January 1941.
Club Mrs. John Prevatt. to suffer default herein. Webb In plaintiff and L>uoll.. Webb OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas i
Irla Crew place.He la defendant and you are herebyrequired Clerk Circuit Court
phle also did little Dan Boree of Jacksonville was IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, IN! TIIK ('iiteI'IT COIHT OP TIIKKIUIITH ;
Marie D. an* moving that this notice be published to appear In said caueeon BARTON:
once ... ..IC..'.. ('IHillT OF USURY.. MANN A
e around when he was very young. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlf each week for four ronnnoutlve the 3rd day of February 1D40Hradford Kl.Olllllk. IM' AN) FOR IIHAII. St. Petemhutv Florida, Attorney h

Ferrol Jones Louis Jordan At the age of two he moved to fls Thursday afternoon of last Telegraph week In the a newspaper Bradford of County general County a.* the Telegraph newspaper In ladealicnated Font fOI'NTY. IV CIIANIKIIY. for Plaintiff./ 1-1 it 11, F
I Tavares where he lived for two week. circulation In said County of which this order shall bo published
Wilkinson C1IIRAT A A I' TEA) F1a11'l'IiJCIICIti
Edgar Hrndford. once a week for four consecutive IN TIIM nnCI'IT COtMT.:
l'. A yea'ra. His education began in weeks prior to said. return tlate COMPANY a corporation) fiitt-fiT OF ri.oHIll.t. '
Importers IV THE ("IIICI'IT WITNESS hand and official
Special rol'HT. KIOHTII my Witness hand and official sent organUed and .IMllnll)
Townsend, Jeanette Parker Middleburg but has continued ....2)1( 'L {' H1'IT OF VLOH.' seal this 23rd day of January A, at !Starke.my Florida' this .th day of under the laws of the) IN AM POH RHAOPOHU (
here for the past three year3. He IBC. IY AN" FOR RHAIFOItI n. 1ge1, \ State of Arlaona, and having -) C'Ot'NTV.! IN (.....\!NCKHY.It .
C'OL'NTY' (OFFICIAL SRAU1 A.:1.: Thomas", t I tJiAC'4JMAI.) A. J. Thnman, its", principal office and) .11], Odom
claims that !if he Is lucky he I" ("C'lIY Clerk of Circuit Court.: Clerk( of Circuit Court. Ilradford place of business In the) I'lalntlff 4
'will be graduated exactly twenty- Marvin n mil John J. llenderHon KIMI, Florida. 1-1(1( 4t 1.31 City of New York, State) -vn- No. 135
ditorial County
I'lalntlff, .solicitor for plaintiff 1-S1 U ..U of New York ) Emma. F. Odom
eight days after his I sixteenth -VH- -- Plaintiff > Defendant.niiitKit ,
IT SKKMS: TO ME feel Marie B. 11111 soriri OK M\STKHH: 111'.1 iv TUB coi "'''Y J..uca: e 'o..It'r. -VII- > OFN SKitvirwAFHKAH
birthday However we sure
the peoplet I Defendant.OKOKIt Take notice that pumunnt to the IV '>l) K. O II Bit\ tltKOHIIOIXT C11\IU.I'S n. WoOD) TICB TO )'
Are you one of many he will. OF 8KRVICR final decree entered. by lion. II. l lScUrlnu I. <' %', KI.OIIIIIA.' Itltilt(11C. a reeldent unit) TIII3 STATM OF 'I.OHIUA : I
their temper get the best NOTION TO APl'KAK: ", an judge of the circuit IN: THIS MATTKU OF! cltUeit of Lynn 1'111on TO\ : Rmtuii JI'., Odom, Address U".
let Joe played basketball in Junior The State r.f FI )rid court nf llradford County Florida. tJl'AUPtA.N-MIIII': 01" WILUTAM M""M"'h"M", MltS. MINA: ) known.It .
t them? High! at Middleburg.. When we To Marie E. Dill, Residence Un In chancery In that certain cause ANTHONY ANOR1' VS. A MINOR. M. UltMiV i and. her himbund. -) la hereby ordered that you /
know. we can Bay a lot of known ,, pending In said court wherein Fed. :l.U"'U'I'1. OF /\HIH\N'H \.K THOMAS .. IIKADY.) are reiiulred to on the 3rd .
You become at had our Senior play this year he It U hereby ordered I that you ..ra Farm Mortgage Corporation, In. Take Notice: residents of Stnrke, llriul-) day of March i appear A D. IfMl before; I
Ing8 when we are required to plaintiff and W. H. Shaw et al. are That the nndernlirned guardian ford County, Florida, )
did'a very nice job as sound effects appear on the 3rd the above entitled (court to the bill
Leone that make us feel a lot riiiy. of March A. L>, 1941. before dofendanta the undemluned. lit I Intend to npply to the llmioiabl efentlanln, of complaint. filed avaliiHt you In '
but hurt uslich man. Surely you rememberthat the above entitled court, to the Master. will sell at public outcryto F:. K. TVrrynian, County Judge of OIIIIIH,: OK i.i OI.I'triOVIt the. above entitled raunei, and
liter right then sweet-tuned horn he so artistically bin of complaint film against yon I the highest and best blilor, for llrndford ( (H"tlIYi Florida, at the appearing bv affidavit filed In I "llrailford County Telegraph" la
more later on. J' the above entitled cause; and j cash. at the south front door of the offti'H. of the County Judge In the shove Htyled ciiuee. that the hereby, designated. a..* the newnpaperIn
blew. Hradford County Telegraph" la county courthouse In Starke, FlorIda I the County Courthouse at Hturke.Florida defendant, ('harl..." II. WoodbrldgeIM whichthis I order shall be published
( Why Is Is we do things like hereby c\.h Knitted an the IIOWHiwper during the lenal hours of Bale at 10:00 A, M. o'clock on a resident of I' mate or county once a week for four con-
because we don't When he finishes school he intends In which this order shall be on Februuiy 3, 1B41 the following February. 10 11)41) fbr an order other than the Stale of Florida; .. .. week.
lu? It isn't to be a mechanic. Lots published once a week for four premises' situ t. 1 In Kradfortl authorizing the mile of the following that MM leNldence.. particularly I W1TNKSH hand and the seal
low; any better but It's be- consecutive weeks County, Florida. to-wit: t. real estate of Wllllntn Anthony A" I. known to affiant. In. City of'Uynn ', my .
of thin Florida.thin
of luck to you Joe.NELLETHA I Witness. The East half of the f Southeast minor, to-wlt court at
to think my hand and the seal Andrews, a : County of Knees: and State of A. 1>.
use we don't stop of thin court at !Starke, Florida. Quarter of the HoutheaKt Quarterof An undivided onr-third interest of M.mKui.himeltK; that his. mailingnddrcHu SMIh., day January }
t we are doing to ourselves this 27th day of January, A. U. Section 23, Township| T South' In and lot the XMi! of $ : and .place of business !I. 1941.OFFICIAL
LAVENDERAt 1941. Mange 20 Kattl, : also 444 yard of tlN': of Section B and W'i 77 Central Avenue, Lynn MannachuHetta ( SEAL; ) A..J Thomas,
others. the of two months, one (OFFICIAL hE .) A. J. Thomas, Hquare In southwest corner of of HWV' of $W' of Section &, ; that there IH no person Clerk of the Circuit Court
I If all of us would Just remem- age Clerk of Circuit. 1 Court Srctlon I 24, Township: 7 SouthRange all In "('1'. 7 H. It. 23 .11.1: also In the State of Florida, the aer A. W. Chmlwlck Jr., St. Augustine
"think of our senior girls Nelletha Lavender t I. A. Stephens, : 20 East! also Went halt1of beginning" at the Southeast. corner vice of a Dubpoena or summons' >I I Florida. 1'lAlntlff'a Attorney.
fr that one little phrase moved from: her birthplace, HlntntiffB Attorney ,-U 4t 2-21 Northwest Quarter of South of the 8W.J of the HKVt of upon whom would bind the unlit _1-Ht Bt '-!*
speak a lot of ua
(fare you
Summerfleld Fla., to Sarasota,

rid uld. get much further- Jack, in Halle.the where enjoyed this chasing brown-eyed baby youngster seagullsand ''SEE APII

gathering shells until she FORD EVER' BUILT J
reached the age of four when .

luccess she moved to Lake Wales Fla. DRIVE THE

In a beautiful tree sheltered Who says this member of our

t where one Is close to and In senior class hasn't always been

rmony with God and Nature, the obedient girl we think she Is

ore ia peace, quiet calmness, now? Why at the age of six,
The'oneness when she entered school at Lake SM i iI
ought progress.
all that is associated together Wales she rated three spankings

fees It perfect. There is co- from her teacher the first day!

oration among the flowers then But- this was not all for nothing -

the birds, and the trees to because it broke her In and I

ake the spot one for comfort, she has never had that trouble

earns, loveliness. Herein lies any more.

ie greatest secret of success In At tho age of seven, she entered

high measure-ambition, cooperion the Brooksville Elementary

loyalty harmony, oneness, School which she attended ,

ni success. Some of the pro- through the third grade. From

ncta are the peace the comfort there she was Bradford bound.

,4 the loveliness which are af- Nelletha, (Brat for short), at-

rded. tended New River up to the fifth 1 3
This la no foreign thought to grade and then to Rising! .she

:my of us. All of us know aboute went.. From there she came to

existing conditions in our good 'ole B. H. S. (She gets

untry and other Countries. around doesn't she?)

ere can be no comfort
She has been a student\ of B.
I certainly no loveliness in War.
H. S. from,, the ninth grade up
ie cause of this trouble and unat Y 1
to date. ? x
U that cooperation and barony t 1 1Y

have disappeared; ambition Among Nelletha's likes are

taken on grotesque hideous swimming hiking basketball and
football. She dislikes double-
>nns Nearly everyone suffers
ther directly or Indirectly when crossera literature and rainy

Imness and saneness of reason weather. a ... tit

d action are cast away. Well this leaves Nelletha as "*'

Instead of considering this as well as the rest of us. waitingfor

national or even a sectional af- Kid Day and Graduation. '

ir, let us make It a community ) .

id perhaps a school affair. If Laugh A Little -., 57 I

e churches of the communitynot

cooperate in preaching the Coach Stephens: "There's an

uth instead of stirring up church awful lot of girls who don't wantto '

''Judlce there will be hatred and get married." .J
rife Instead of love and pro- Mr Futch: "H o w do you ', ,
e You owe it to yourself to tee the biggest
The S'E
business men and know? ; w "the Bt"G NE' i
omen of the ''community must Coach: "I've asked them." FORD Otrtme sures the "other 2f, Ford In all Ford hbtory.You'll find roomier '

perate; the club members must bodies, bigger doors,wider seats,greater.vision .

operate. The principal and the INSIDE 'lOll'SGi. FAOMi IUI SEAT than low before.You
oU' /NONE (EAT 'IOIII'DOOI area price bought .
!achers Mrs. Anderson: "Now Lyle. LIMITS IMNWIOTN WIMOfNIEIppAA, .
Last but must not cooperate.least the students if you have $10 in one pocket I .. DEUOO" NUIOAOOM WID" AREA SASE owe It to yourselfever to ride in chit

ust and $12 in the other what would great new Ford. Great changes have been )

ended cooperate to help them with i attain everyone sue- you have" e' FORD 106111 57 39i""" 171" 39j""M 35411 700 made in frame, shock absorbers ride itabi- 1

in whatever they wish to be Lyle: "The wrong trousers. SO IN 1255 fixer! New "SLOW MOTION SPRINGS"have ,

iccessful. They must be will- been developed! All these combine
Mr. Joe. Andrews. Jr.: "What
to support by their time and Car 'B' 5S LESS to make Ford's NEW RIDE far softer and
teacher about the SAME !
does 1"
your say LESS 3'
renence the, games and other or- LESS 14" LESS 11" LESS 31SQLY, smoother.
anlzatlons although they may poor home work you have been all LESS a quiet gliding ride new to
in algebra?" LESS; low price cars.
ot> take' an active' part In them doing
t" must be ruled out and "we" Joe the III: -"She says she'd There's new, faster pickup: in this year's
CyriC' 3"
veu its right place. Then wille rather." you wouldn't help me withIt. ; LESS 2i'LESS 1 h LESS 2" LESS 1 H" LESS 2"LESS 87SQ.f': 3}" Ford.car. Smooth performance. Low operating

wheels in the ,"success mach- LESS LESS cost. Come in. Meet the man with the

a"fling' start the moving product and which manufac-all of Mayor Wainwright: "I've already "Measuring Stick." Drive this car. Lee us ''J

\I i desire success. admitted that I was wrong. show you how Ford now leads in room. ,

-Marjorie Thompson.e What more do you want me to in ride. ..in performance. Bring in your '\, '

do?" present car. We'll give you a"Deal" that is '
Mrs. Walnwright! "Just own '
WonderWhy to none.
up that I- was right."
we don't ever have a new
Freeman, (3rd period) : "Mrs.
upil to t
enter school?
Perkins. Is it 12 o'clock yet?" 1 _. QUIETI"JI.CI".Srl".N-
We have to make book reports + (. .
The Mrs. Perkins: "No not yet." h Low Price field.U)New Soend Deed-
clock In the hall won'tm Stom eoln. ifcroucbouc (2); New Body**.
Freeman My
? .1",45' .. .
r -*>la.aleie4
Why : ach's fast." ,yefroa ...... C 14) too*
everyone Is fussing about SUffer P.....is)Curved Dies la*..... ;
vtng to stay on the school ( to Abwrb. Road a_Ol.ti. '..,'
dsTWhy 'I Miss Woods (lecturing on per-

severance) : "He drove straight to
,ome the tout got burned. In I his goal. He looked neither the GET THE FACTS '
economics when the girls
ire right nor to the left, but pressed

What Preparing the Senior breakfast. are going T too I'forward moved by a definite pur AND YOU'LL GET A ,
Neither friend nor foe ,
on "Kid Day "
I could delay him nor turn him
When we are going to have the
unlor from his course. All who crossedhis
Senlor banquet a
did at their own peril.
path so
Why the Juniors Insist -
on got
What would you call such a \
down the steps lint? f 8ZOY10
man? FORDJ.
Wary Townaend wa sent to
tudy> 'hall on Thomas Triest: (quickly) "A
J ,., Monday January truck driver" t tIOY. >

i /i I

at Would Happen Clara Flume --
coach wasn't so good looking
The '

Everyone was sent to study ? W. ANDREWS JR. fit.r,

>all In one day for chewing gum? All the seniors handed In their \

ocuf All the'girls worehigh top "quotations" on time L, r

We could all come to school In
The reporters on the B. H. S. ? Starke. Florida
ournal all handed In some news (
t one time? Wouldn't we have :Miss Metcalf wasn't always .

Paper smiling .
The time seemed to fly until We could all see Mr. Williams

drool Is out? when we' wanted to? WJE UNDERSELl.: 'EM ALL r. iiI
Octupui I
There were no seniors, for the One of us fell off the

unu>rs to give a banquet for? The band started playing '._. .... '.

'!r wan as street as Sweet Sue?" i


ii! 1, JAN 31 1 1941

: I PAGE FOUR 1141
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2nd Tent TheatreCamp North from Tampa and.. will
11,1 SOCIETY and CLUBS guests of Mr. and Mrl b.
t Blanding will soon have AROUND field while here. Mls llese1p It"!

another gigantic tent theatre and Mr. Knowles hav ,?enu'

Executive Board Meets Inaugural Enjoyed W. S. C. S. Circles with a seating capacity of.-2,000 Ruby MooreTwo announced their engagement '").

persons: It will be equippedwith approaching marriage In the La" ,
r tty Green Sisters Circles of the Woman's tey Baptist Church
Society the latest In motion picture on FebruIf
The executive board of I.h eWoman'lI Killed In Wreck I are certainly on the right road
of Christian Service of the Meth- fixtures as Is the one now located 2nd on which day Mr ?
Thurs KnO'll
4 will meet Colletteand
Club Mlsnes Betty Carolyn, Monday Morning BOW.
odist church will meet Monday in the 31st Division area, will be ordained as a
February 6, at nieces of Congressman 43 and Charlie Minister
day afternoon, Anlce Green-- Annie Robinson, k r
afternoon February' 3, at three costing around 'l .OOO. The sec-' W. S. O. S. Met Tuesday the Baptist faith.
3:30 o'clock at the club house Lex Green-recently returned Kettles. 73 were Instantly -
: negroes
i and o'clock. Circle Number One will ond theatre will be located just: With Mr. Ilnrley Mrs. J. T. Witt. Mrs\, j, ,
from an Interesting killed Monday morning
meet (place not yet decided). east of the reception, center, The Women's Society of Chris- Moore and Mr. and Mrs, w tit
W. M. S. Circles instructive trip to the presidential about nine A. M. when struck by '
Circle Number Two will meet at Edwards spent the ?f
In Washington. They and run directly Into the path the Orange Blossom Special as tian Service met Tuesday after- day in. J w",
Inauguration '
W. the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. of the engine.W. noon at the home of Mrs. A. H. sonville Saturday.
circles of the Baptist Meteor 'drove
W Three left on the Silver Friday. Annie her, Plymouth car
M. S. will meet Monday st 3 o' January 17. accompanied by their Middleton. Circle Number Three onto the Seaboard tracks at the Harley., The meeting'wae openedby P.. R. Carradlne wa jttsonville .lack,
will meet at the home of Mr., and L. Dllllon Miami and
clock P. M. No.1. with Mrs. C. aunt, Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake pf railroad crossing near the residence Mrs. I. B. Cody. Vice-Presi Tuesday on bimian
r' Mrs. Junius M. Smith, on East Starke, h a a recently returned dent the 100th Psalm.
A. Knight; No.2, with Mm. Butler sister of Congressman of Dr. O. W. Brown. reading James E. Goodfellow' 1
at Madison Street. Hostesses: ).["11. from Gainesville where he spent One new member reported at return leoj
Andreu and No. 3 meets was Thursday after
Oscar ; and returned Wednesday, an
+ Green; Smith and Mrs E. L. Matthews.. The bodies, badly mutilated were extended ;
six weeks in the Alachua County the
Mrs Wain-
with Mrs H. meeting, Truby to Lakeland
the Church annex January 22. Their stay In washIngton with'double going for a load of wood and and Daytona Bewhi.
A. Lawson and Mrs S. E. Sparks was delightful. Great Hospital pneumonia wright. After the business session While 'la Daytona he
were heading east The car was visited I
t Handkerchief Shower Mr. Dillon Is "old-timer" here tb
The matrons' had an a delightful social hour was son-in-law
hostesses. and
young crowds were there but they carried approximately 2,700 feet! daughter, Mr
circle meets Monday night at 8 no worries about the lack of hotel having lived .In Starke 25, years enjoyed by the members, and at- :Mrs Herbert Buck. 11I4
Mrs. Ira Wilson entertained before the train came to a stop.
recently and has been here off and
ago and
L. tractive sandwiches
o'clock at the home of Mrs. accommodations. They were house tea
w in her home with hand- The bodies, badly mutilated were
o a on since that time, but came back ORDEH OF
H. Jennings. Green In dainty mints were served, aa re PtJB.1CATtOa
of ,
guest Congressman kerchief shower In honor of Mrs. this time In September. taken to Gainesville to an,, undertaking NOTICE! APPF'n
r his Shoreham Hotel apartment. freshments.The THP1 STATE OP FrJ1ttID.\) !
Jordan of North Carolina. parlor
NEW RELIEF FOIl R. T. Lena ZldJltky. whose u
They reported the weather cold, ; I :. next meeting will be at unknown rreideno. )
: You
are ,
The home was effectively dec- notlfid
; '
SOUR STOMACH Judge and Mrs. E. K., Perryman
9yl' but the sky clear and beautiful.In I Mrs. Tear BeceneaLetter the home of Mrs. Mary Bennett bill of complaint tb."I
Probably you know several orated with rose buds and fern left last Friday for, Oxford, Ga., From Nephew In R. A. F. due affidavit for fthledlJrdrr
the In- Miss
addition with Katherine lilt
to attending
Young assisting I been flied l In Circuit "f
remedies/ to relieve acid stomach auguration ceremonies they and refreshments were served In where they were called because ,of Mrs. Catherine Teare of Lawtey as co-hostess on February ford County. Florida(In .'V" @y,

t > and acid-Indigent Blnnaa-Rex. of Interest, the dining room where the table the illness of their son. Emmett, showed the writer a letter today In Kmnnurl Joseph Zidiiikl' ": l
visited many points llth. plaintiff and -H
delicious tasting antiacld covered with beautiful lace Lena Zldllik J
new was a |
a who had suffered'a relapse following from '
that she had Just Pendant, and
Mount Vernon, Arlington, you are .
four to such as Each received Mr. and Mrs. J. T. (Jimmy)) b..rp"r....
powder, acts ways give Cloth. guest a a recent attack of In- her nephew who is In the Royal quired to appear In HaW .'auae
minutes It's Robert E. Lee's home, Washington Moore: Jr. of St. the 8rd day of !\ ?
relief in a few small favor. Petersburg
1 you fluenza. RI'I4
They spent Sunday nightIn .
Air Force In Crouch. England.The ford County Telegraph"
i i wonderful the way it helps you. I Monument, etc. The hostess and the honoree Atlanta and returned to Starke letter was sealed with an impressive are house guests of Dr. and Mrs. nated an. the newspaper. it\In deq, :

Buy a bottle of Blsmu-Rcx for In answer to the two-fold question wore corsages/ of rose buds. Monday. They that Em- I G. W. Brown Mr Moore has thin order shall be published whhl.
to her impression of President sticker marked "Cenorell" u week for four Consecutive wSJl !
COc( at the Rexall Drug Store.- as recently' severed his connectionwith
mett III'much better and able to end. prior to said return time, WlirZI
1 Carpenter's Drug Store In Starke, Roosevelt, and trip, Betty U. D. C. Will Meet be out again. covering one the Coca-Cola plant in St. my hand and official I Htarke, Florida, thin 1
answered la one crisp sentence: I "We could not adequately des, Petersburg.Mrs. January 11)41 nth: day t

} IV TIIH rinrl'IT, IIIKIir' ('01'IIT.IIII'KK2IITIIJIIIKItl KI.OH.ll "Mr. Roosevelt Is the most Inter- The W. T. Weeks Chapter, JA beautiful took place cribe what we al'e'going throughbut J.. T. Moore and son ((>OFFICIAL SEAt) AI: Thnmc

", HI AMI FOR IlltAUFOHU esting person I ever saw, and that ceremony we sleep like tops and let Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradlord
Brown Moore last
United Daughters of the Confed- Sunday morning at the Methodist George spent County, Florida I,31IV
t : Ill-II
Was the most thrilling trip I ever the blaze From the time
f tOlMTVI guns
week-end in Plant and St.
CIIANCKRY eracy, will meet Wednesday after- church when little Jack "Miller City
& i Manilla M Hun'h. had." day breaks until'' twilight y o udon't Petersburg.Mr. THH CIRCUIT "ininr
plaintiff, noon, February three-thirty was christened by the pastor the TIIH KHillTH JIIUUI\L ,
.vsKmmltt- o'clock, at the home of' Mrs. L. Rev. H. A.. Spencer.' This little hear any one grumble about and Mrs. Lee Enfield have ,C1'1T OF. FLORIDA IN .In I

i Defendant Fiurch W. O. W. Officers Meet F. Chapman at the Stat<<. Farm. boy III-the son of Mr. and Mrs. conditions even" those who have as their house guests Dr V. C. FOR KHAHFORU. ('OIl T'. nCHANCKRY. \'

ORDER OF HKnVICH: 0. E. Miller of Denver Col., and I lost* everything. 'Kelford and A. M. Enfield of Frank E. DiMott.

NOTICE TO AI'I'f A li, Grove No. 278 Woodman Circle, present. Next meeting will be the, grandson of Mr. and Mrs I. A recent bomb caused their roof Waterloo, Iowa; Mr,' and ,Mrs. Plaintiff,
The State of Florida: held its tint officers' meeting of held Tuesday, February 4th, at WlnifrVd WWJRC
} To Emmltt Durch, It. F, D. Doug P., Shepherd of Starke. to be damaged-"The tiles"were Will Jordlson\ Mr. aDd Mrs. Vir- DeMott.
f C las, Ueorgla.: the new year. New officers elected Woodman Hall, when it la plannedto In piles all over the roof from gle Jordison, and Mr., Ray Jordl Defendant.OHDKB ,
It Is hereby ordered that you : President. Mrs. Lois Mayes; have a George Washington TO 'APPR<\R
are required to appear on the Irdday were pro Mrs E. M. Thomas and Mr. and the blast, he stated son of Fort Dodge.,Iowa. THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
of March A. O. 1941 before the I Vice-president, Mrs. Virgie Barks- gram. I TO: Winifred DeMott,
Dr. Kelford has been
Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson had as Another time, as they were conductinga Renldence. Unknown.
above entitled court, to the bill of dale Mrs Vonda In-
complaint filed against you In the ; Secretary, end guests Mr. and Mrs.,. reading by candle light under the series of,revival services at the It I. hereby ordered that you ."I
above entitled cause; and rad. man; and Chaplain. Mrs Mae Typewriter and adding machine week-j required to the 3rd da>I
like Lawtey Baptist Church, which he u..aeo
ford County Telecraph" Is hereby Bryan. Guest for the eveningwas ribbon also other office,supplier Thomas' of Jacksonville, stairs the house ,'rocked; a of March I e the abnn I
r designated an the newspaper In guests Sunday Mr.i' and ship In a storm. T,}ev did not will ;continue for the remainder entitled Court, to the nil! of for,.
which this order shall be published Mrs. R. Jordan, of HighPoint I for sale at the Bradford County the plaint filed against you In tht
once a week for four oonseoutlveweeks. N. C. Seven officers were I Telegraph Office B. Mills and daughter, Dorothy, come out for a time .,and a war- ,of. week. above entitled cause and "Tb I
I and Mrs Harold Mills and baby den appeared In the hall lookingto Mrs Kelford, Miss, Jean Kel Rnadford County Telegraph" i,

of Witness thin court my at hand Starke and, the Florida seal, .----.- -- -- all ,of Green Cove Springs.: see if anyone was injured. ford and Craig Kelford have re- paper hereby In designated which this as order the new shall. I

this II day of January A. D. 1141. turned to their home in Iowa, be published once a week for four I
it (OFFICIAL MEA) A. J. Thomas. Carolyn Callstreet I NOTICE TO PUBLIC "This Is how we llvetuutd we where Dr. Kelford will themIn ((4) consecutive weeks. I
Join _
4 Clerk of the Circuit Court.O. are still keeping ou..chln: : up. WITNESS the Honorable A t
A. Stephen, Plaintiff's Attorney Only trucks,with,'our name on a few weeks. Adklns- as Judge of this fmift.1and :
--- All this senseless bombing of the Seal of this ,
1.at-tt a-u the side are authorized to pick Robert Martin Court In tilt I
I to City of Starke Bradford Count
CIRCUIT Well folks ; The editor tells home 'Bout'&II hard as learn- up work for the Starke DryCleaners.Signed houses will not win the war. Tampa this week after a short Florida, this 29th day of January, .I
IN! THill COURT FOB I be like the little dog's in' to write 1941 during the first ): Mrs. J. M. : only hope we shall be spared to 11I41. _
THR'! EIGHTH Jl'l>lfl"l> CIH- me gotta visit with Mr.- and Mrs. Lee EnfIeld (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomul
mir OF FLORIDA in AND tall this week-cut short! half of January! Pat Lamb Smith. see the coming of the 'New :. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Brad

if't CHANfKHY.FOR RHAIIFORII COUNTY. IN Seems a legal ad. 'bout aa long claims the honor of purcbasln' IN TOR rmcriT" World. We aU feel .it'may,come Miss Katherine Messervy and ford Lloyd County Bans, Florida., "
Isidore1_IjipplnPlaintiff., aa a woman's description of her the first stamp In the new build- BItAI>FOIII> COUNTY. FLORIDA.FOR sooner than any one..knows We Mr. Howard Knowles are enroute Attorney for Plaintiff
vs. I.DIVORCE last operation, came In late and log Monday morning And IV! CMANCKRY." Jacksonville. Florida, 1-11 4t : II
J. T. Quigley and t A.' Davis
n Claire Iwippln.( therefore I must be nipped in was she aggravated when the Complalntaots.vs. -
r J Defendant.OIIDKK .
TO APPEAR the bud Right In the full Telegraph's photographer wasn't -
James pickles, et at I,
h THE HTATM OF FLORIDA: bloom of my youth, as it were there to record the scene for history Defendants.BILL .
TO ParigSjZ
Claire I
5 'UO Wallace> ppln.Avenue, nrnn_, Or such as It 11I1! I Methlnks Judge Ferryman ,FOR QUIKTINO KRMOVINO'TITLE: CLOUDS, ,.' Plenty

New It la York hereby City ordered, New York.that Can't resist ask In', though, bow and Charlie Lou Vining NOTICK IS HEKEHV' ,CUVRN TO:
required to appear on the youare 3rd many times you went to the oldp. should trade boxes His (the James Luther Pickles n. Mary J. Mitchell, .
Puller nnd
I' day above of March Court 1941. before the o. for your mall this week before tallest man in town) is on the duller, Mary .Rlnlnv and Emma Louis E.

f 1 1,1 Complaint entitled filed against, to. you the Bill In the of. you got used to go Ln' to the 'bottom row where he must perform 1.[ Fleming Henry?,Timmon, ,, Caroline 5 Lbs. ,,2No.2Cans"; ,
R .
O Tlmmonu. J N. Moore
All A above Mradfortt entitled County cause Telegraph", and "Tha In brick and marble edifice that Mr; I all sorts ,of acrobatic: stunts) Mary JPhfllieIda4tlnc.iirow Mary, 1 '' 29 c. 15p

hereby designated as the news Stump and",hls stamps now,,call to, get( ,open ,., .; ,An'' Charlie C'toflllard A. ( Brown Att wr ,,U Johns and, Sugar ;_ ; String Beam t p\.I r c "t11; ; I

'paper In whiuh this..order e...all''IIuIIUehd b Q Lou's .Is. on .the' very t p".row Mary'd. 'Brown/'Macx C.. A. brown,

49 cons"*(,utlve once' week a ) tpur(4),, ur!TIIH
S WITNBttH.. : the TTonorable A. Z. CI'IT of. n.oniut. IN' AND by,standing on tip toes -. named indlridualeIf/ } alive, and If 2:2c '
Judge of this Court and 15c
FOR nilAnKOHU COUNTY tl! dead, .
to -their unknown
the Heal of this Court, In the Cly? CIIANCKRY.Ajinle .. Pity the plight of B. Jacobs vliieen, legatees, dr ,..ran heirs tee.de-of Rose Rice ,' Com R

j f.BtarkOl". days county, 1941. Maude 1'lall1tlU Hancock, who has spent years and no tell- each and every of the above nam'dper.onal"de'endant.and ... .. .,
(OFFICIAL HEAD Januar"h In' how dollars, advertlsln' to all.persona "
oma" -VIt.' Dlv.OnC"": many
Clerk ford County of the, Florida Clrni.lt' Court, Brut.L .'. Ira ,W. Hancock, 'his slogan: "Next -door' to thepoetofflce' treat hayinr In-the following; ) .'describe No. 2 Cans COMPLETE'MARK' ET

Lloyd Uses, OIlUI'ITO Defendant: APPEAR' ; Jus as he gets County land. 'lying-. Florida and, being and in more Bradford,par- Tomatoes '- 6'C" t ;

4'f Jacksonville AttAflUy. ror, Florida.Plaintiff,' 1-J1 4t t-21 THE? Ira STATE W. Hancock OF FLORIDATO It firmly I fixed,inthe* minds of".all. ,wt.Iculiulr: ; .dd.crlbed'as. follow, to- Native and Western Meats

Fltgerald, good Bradfordites.., the p. o. up In the Town of ,''StarKef: Beginning '
It Is therefore ordered that you and 'moves around the 'corner.leavln' 110 feet $outh ,of the In- 3 Tall Cold Cuts' Chickens
are.rsquired to appear on the 3rd .t.r ectlon of nth Street and.mate: 2'2
day of March, 1941, before th e bro. Jacobs next door to Highway No. 13.,,end! ; run East C
( W. K. CHANDLER Complaint above entitled filed Court., against.to you the Bill In. the of nothln at all. right at present lou Davie. feet. to 1.ndpp( Mr'*.20 Catherine feet -to Milk "' ,, PRODUCE _'

'' EXPERT Above' .entitle case, and The Oh ,well, such Is life ., BloeK "C" ,of N. ";J.. ,,JonW' AddItion -
Bradford County Telegraph'.', la to the Tywn. ofBtarke
can't ,
'Sgotten so even trust 4"Lbse
WATCH REPAIRING hereby designated aa the newspaper you thence. Went about 100 feet, to Nice Lettuce
In which this order shall a postofflce anymore tttate Highway-, 13. thence) 77c >
be published. once> a week for four North alone said Highway to the .1 5c-
Knew when I started I
WATCHES. RINGS (4) consecutive weeks. got point of beginning, InttEt* of 2 Heads
'' WITNKtIH the Honorable A. Z. wouldn't be able,to stop But 'NWVi Bee. all. .Tw.,. .8. Ii.. gj '
JEWELRY Adklns as Judge of this Court and t:ant;'and -aUoUoKlo .
the Heal of this CoUrt In the City guess I simply must or the editor at Mouthweet Corner of ,20 Lbae
r of Starke Bradford County, FlorIda will scream I Oh well, I 8th Street and",State Highway SaQ Large
La White's Store this mtt day of January, No. 13. run. North-wet
1(41. know you haven't time to digest south lde.of,ftto- street 4tS alon.1. Pillsbury Flour 10
Call Street (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomaa this drivel anyhow right now to Lake Street thfnce. run : Celery r
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford east along eaet edge of
STARKE, FLORIDA County, Florida. All my femme fan are prettyln'lip (Street:! 10>> feet. theme East 3481 I IS211141 1 ,' :
Lloyd UatfM. for the, Birthday Ball tonlte feat to State: Highway No. '2PlcgsSc: [
Attorney for Plaintiff. thence North 'alung West aide 5c'' 4 Lb.
Jacksonville.. Florida. 1-11 HI-It And the boys poor creatures of said Highway 183 feet to
are probably tryln to borrow a point of beginning In $Eye of Matches 1 C
NWM and ot of
SW5 NWf4\ dew Bananas
buck and a half to get them tIn 25, Twp. e 8.'1C. 24 Kat.
BEN SUSLOW there ', that suit ...... been flied In the 2 Pkgs. Table
Circuit Court of feUghth. Judicial
Ruth Sternberg and Mary Lucile Jlnutl for Bradford County, Klor- 5 3 Lb. Yellow
MILITARY SUPPLIES AND NOVELTIES Ida wherein' J. T. Quigley and U Salt '
Torode (In charge of advance A. Davie are complainants and the 10 C
above named Individuals or Onions
r ARMY WOOL' LUMBER JACKETS _._ ___ $2.50 ticket sale at Camp Blanding) named a* defendiuite and that''
Maxwell House
COTTON RIDINC PANTS ________-__ .__ $1.00 any EVERYBODY'S gonna be aid the title suit, removeclouds was Instituted from to quiet the+]

___ ____ $2.00 title, and for other relief, as to the 23c 10 Lb.
ARMY WOOL SHIRTS ,_.. there 'All 20.000. girls? lands hereinbefore 'described and I Coffee

ARMY COTS _. _..._..._____ __________ _____ 2.50 Well, I've always wanted 'to owned by complainants: and tucallc.1 14 C
and annul the claims of all Irish Potatoes
GUARANTEED REBUILT ARMY SHOES __ ._ $2.00 see what the Armory would look persona or porallons Interested

RAIN COATS __ _-_, _________ ._______.______ $2.00 like when It was really full 10 ur land.claiming SKitiiist, aa Interest In said 2 Large Cans,
complainant's title
3I'ECIAi.-.complete outfit khaki pants and shirt $2.00 here's look In' forward to'tonight and to enjoin the assertion of any; 27c' Certified Main or Canadian
such claims or Interest In the lands Fancy Peaches
herein, above described; RED BLISS Potato Seed $2.4Q
('U be savin. 'the last waltz for And you and each of you, and : _

"The Army Store you. and you. and YOU (I hope) all Inbefore of you named and. all and< persons referred her.to-,'! Sliced or Grated Pin-

So long "See you there and all parties. In Interest are ordered -1 15c Fancy-Runner
and required to' In
r 209 E. Call Street Starke Fla. ldM';. on Monday the appear Jrd day apple, Large.Cans PEANUT'SEED
of J l.QQ
-Carolyn. A. U. 1U41. to answer Bushel _
ffia such bill of complaint so exhibited I ,
against you as defendants, falling Good 5
welch and therein,' a decree oil -
this Court will be entered., against'. 25 FEEDS-
you.It I String Brooms
I. further ordered that this _
,P Attend TheSTRAWBERRY notice be published 'one* a 'wee It i fada :
for four <4>- conneoutlve. weeks In I I ,:" ':250
a n er published Large Jars
a genera circulation In Dradtotd Maah' :
Couiuy, Kforioa. Cp'Wf.U. fcrautortil '
FESTIVALAND County Telegraph. I I IUoue i Peanut Butter .
and ordered 'at- Starke,I I '
Bradford< County Florida this .the' Eadan 16 p. c.

VISIT 0 U R DISPLAY OF HYDRO GAS 30th WITNESS day ef Februarys1M1.the handof. A.' 'J. Potted ,Meat .. -'t 1 .6'5-

Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit "Court. a I D ., '
'' ury. A .
SYSTEMS. SEE THE MODERN GAS'APPLIANCES Eighth Judicial Clrctttt, for Brad
ford County Flotide'rand; the, seal ,3 e=
of said Court.OFF1taAL -
CI.rk"t Crisco

AND HOUSE HEATING ''EQUIPMENT IN OPERATION I tiollcUor I::. K. Ferryman.CompUlnnU.* : I 1'1 I,' or' 52c' Scratch. 1.COMPLETE. 95an'

I -ill 41 1.21'VANTED'
t" 1 3 Lbo.

Large Lange Sweet

You Are Invited To Make Our Booth Your Headquarters IS girls or ;young'' women to 15 TOOMER FERTILIZERS
r operate Coca-Cola aland at Mixed Pickle We deliver, anywhere in County

rr Strawberry Festival. ,$2: per ,
I day._ flours:' 1 p./na till 10

GAINESVILLE GAS CO. day or 11, Saturday p. m.. except February opening t, S. JOHNS

when hour win be from 10 ,& SON


:t 972 So. Virginia Ave. Phone 1444 APrLY.\T.'ONCE:

!w STARKE COCr.BOT I Phone '
TLING COMPANY 4S Near'S. A.. L. Depot

r .

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JAN 3-1 1941

I ....


I ird day of salt month. A n. IH1.! --I lowing desrrllifil lands situate, Jy-I S. F, Ry track opposite mile Northeast.. Quarter. of Southwest. .',
F BITS ,of LOCAL NEWS or to have it default ..'fltprt'i! againstjrn I Inll' nnj .brlnir In Hrndford ) po$t mAl'k..d 244 from Macotiand Quarter (NKW!! of SW!%) In Section
,, tovrltNorthwest Twenty-four ( 4) TownshipSix
for failure to no RI'IH'nr. < Florida 41 from Palnlku! anti run .
__ It Is further ordered' that this Qunrlcr of Southwest Rust on xald. rnllwny track 127 (it) South Hanur Twntyon2I -
.- -.- .. .. . '- --- iiottr lie published In the Bradford Quarter, (NWM of'55%"'4) nf Vvctl feet South 62 feet to pnlnt of ( ) I -- -- Couny Telesrrftph. 'a, newspaper I..n Fifteen O5>. Townnhlp $ia 'beginning, thftire /South: 637 feet All Blocks One (1), Two (I). I
spent part of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Collins spent j Mrs. J. H. Fields spent last of KMral, olrculullon |iulllHtwd ,. (6)) !South' Mange. Twentv-nim ((31) Wext 7R4 ,....1. North DID feet to Thru' (3). Four H), Five (2.
.. R. Hatfield : I In maid County ..t ftradfnrdnr Rest: contalnlnNr Forty (40)) Aci'es.Nurthet.tt H. ,\. L. Kullwny, thence. Eleven (11). Twelve (t2),. $ist5te'*
with Mrs. Collins' North
Sunday parents Saturday in Jacksonville.Mr. .. .. ( Seventeen. (1T>. ..llIb..*
f In Mayo. each week for four consentlive Quarter of SotithmkHtguurter ,t 71 '1..1f'''I"*." Kaxt: xalnnu right, of ((1(1) ..
week: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. in (18) Nineteen (I II)K and all Bloc ,
Tenley 1 uet>k IN"J"tlI" 8H'ai. anti Mniithhn way SIt? feel thence 402 feet to ..
r>nn this :29th day of January If at SoutbeaHt. Umirtor (SMi of point of bcftlnnlnK. In Section Twenty-one, except Lots Ww .si '
Vinlng; was visiting Gainesville.Mr. and MI's. Homer Limbaugh A. H 1941.tOPKlOlAU. HK<4) of Section Sixteen 415), "Four (H. Townxhln Seven (7) ((7), KiKlit; (81. Nine (11), T .
and Homer in Jacksonville I SEAl.) A.. J. Thomas Townnhlp Six 16) South Range South Jt..nM''woont'on.. (10)., Eleven (11), Twelve lift.n .
afternoon. son were (2i)
Gainesville Monday Plerk Circuit, Court. Twenty-one.. (JI) Ravt containing oJ..r. ml all Blocks Twenty.two (**,_
and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and last week visiting Mr.and John J. Henderson ICsq: On.. Hundred Twenty ((120) Acres.Noithwst And the following Lota and Twenty-three (23), Twenty-four

little grand-daughter Dink- Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. Solicitor for plaintiff 1-31 4t 1-SI! Quarter of Southeast Blocks In Sampson 0" v. Florida, Uti. Twenty.flv (25), Twenty-
is In Tampa Quarter (NWof, of six (14), (Z7I,
Klncald SEH Sro- as per plat recorded IH the public wS'\t-T't"\ ::
J. ins the week-end in Stuart tlon Twenty-eight I *
rs. spent Seventeen (17). Township Six record of Bradford ,
her parents. Mr. and Mr. l:> THR CIRtIVI' tot HT OP ((61 South Range Twenty-one( ) ida: County, Flor. (3!'). Thirty (30)! Thlrty-on (:&1). '
ting with, relatives.Mr. Friends of T. N. Kendrick, 'who FI.OHIU EIGHTh JUI>iril.riHTI Kant, containing Forty (40)) Acre Alt! of Block Five Thirty-two (32). Thlrty-l'*" C3U.. .t
(VI.) .
.. .
IT. IN AM foil BHAIt. I k
Durden. Crosby
C. Is recovering from a recent strokeof PORt fOII' T". IN CIIANCKHV.: North half of Northeast Quarter h".9". Ten <10) Hit. IS. '**.. Thirty.seven 8hore In Section! ''I'w..nl-f.
(1'1"01 !
( NK'-i and- Southeast alt/
W. H. $MLTH. UJ. 18. 17" 18' 19. lllt>t'k Bl* till Towr _
Brovmlee spent and Mrs. Julian Canova paralysis will be glad to know Quarter of Northwest Quarter ('l't). SO and Twenty-five ) ,

Ml8a Martha 'withMr. and children. of Gainesville were that he la much improved.Mr. DONAtn Plaintiff L. McKAY. fot, ILl.! KEH of" NWH .and Northeant All Flack Seven (VII) except ship,Six I (It Kaet.). South Hang' +weetTone : -
Jacksonville Quarter (SI)
in of Southwest Quarter Lots Ten (10) Eleven (11) /
week-end here Sunday visiting his mother, .Pcfendanta.vs. QUlF.T"TITJ.I'lNOTI'lI (NK': of 8W' ) and South half teen (Is) and Twenty-one, Nine.(21) Want Tn oct) aorasol. Lot Three. :

Uvea Mrs., E. E. Canova. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett ) SUIT Of PXIBL.IOATIONNOTICE TO of Southwest Quarter (SU of Iot p".. (II. Two (2). and Four (t),Northwest being the QuartINW1 NOl'th..aat Unrtof ". SW%) and Went' half of South- (4) of Block Itlaht (VIII). .
week-end In Jacksonville TO API'BAK! went Quarter of Southeast Quarter Lots. Two N W'4 ) In Section Twnty-n
and the
Olson spent ((3). Three (3) and
Titus TO .
.." : I'RKK. snd wife. (25) Township Six (0) 80.111.,1,
and (WU of Ii1W'4 of 8..0. In Four (4) of .
LIlley' visited friends Mrs' C. C. Hoppe, of Tampa is with Mrs. Dennett's parents MRS. CAHLYI.K PKKK.!: whose trueChristian Si-ctlon Twenty-one (21), Town- 1.01. Two (2)Block antI Nine Four(IX). "f Ranir Twenty-one (aU te..&. -
9 ltuby a guest at. the home 0 f her Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hogan. name Is unknown of. chip Six IlJ South, Range Block Ten on. Northwest Quarter of Routnwmritiuuarter t
K20.1 t4ea-
Klmhank "
Sunday., Avenue Chlraero.; IIllnols (NW of flVVH) "
tfelrose Twenty-one (II) Kant, containing l.otll Twn (2, end Four '
I 01
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brother-in-law and sister and ; CHAnT.KV HAHMON: and tloo Townh i
Mr. Thirty-thre
Two Hundred Sixty I ( Z60) ArreM.SouthweHt Block Eleven (Xl). ; &

L and Mrs.xL. D. Vlning& and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs. J. W. White; was in i whose wlf, hi trim Its. Christian CHARLHY name HARMON I. unknown (SWM Qtinrter\ of of NWVi NorthwextQuarter ) and Lots Block Two Twelve iS) and XII Four <4) ot Six( ) \11)f'"Rt.Huuth South. hang. TwentyoneSI
r. ( )
in Yalta Gainesville Sunday and Monday, of Westnn Oeorglar Mil* Quarter of Southwest Quarter -
North .
Sunday half of Southwest QuarterN' Lots Two (2)
) nnd Four
Vining spent IIKHTKIIDK NICKOl... nnd ((4)) of (3V4 nr
KJN husband of Northeast Quarter ,
N. T. Ritch and while in the the ( <, of SWVi and Southenet Block Thirteen t.XIll .
visiting relatives. spent the week- city was .. ___ NICHOLSON. of ) of NE'4)' of lI"rtlol'lll'h.: '
Gn. Quarter o f Lots
end la Atlanta ,with his brother guest of Mrs. H. M. Rooks. (Columhiis GeorKla;. UKMXI1K HAltMti.N < of IIIN..,) Southeni-t In Sectliin Twenty-Qllart..rtNI'4 Right 1''"'>. ((21 T",.. Four((10). (4)add,I "Six'Twelve: (5), (II). Township Seven (7)' South,
and wit., !Mils. IKMMIK two (113), Township Six. (61) South' (U) of Block Hall, -. Twonty-oH 121) East
Lend!* of Mrs. F. A., Scott re- Tom Hitch who Is a student at I IIAHMON. whose" true ChrlRtlnnname It.......' Twenty-olio (21) Knit. Lots tine (t ). Two!"our..IXIV(3): ). Four).(4) Northeast Qunrter (NEVi andW'st 4

I know that she Is quite Emory University. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stith. of ( Is unknown tif utnpkln.' containing one hundred ci sty Six ((0). Right (IHI), Nine (14). Ten Imlf of Northwest quarter
to loorirlai; M H.t.: PKAKl: SliM M :ltKOOT ((160) ( W'n itf NW'nnd North westuumter
it home on Temple Avenue.rs. DeLand. and Miss Mildred Stith nnd husband. .. .. __ SUM-:! "acre (OIlJ.U) of Eleven Illock .< |III), and I 'Twelve of Southwest QuarterNWV 4
her Fifteen
Friends to know M" FOOT.. '>f l.iimpkln, llenrula; Northeast Qimrter of SouthwestQuarter XV ). ( nl SWV.t' and MothoastQutarter
regret that of Bristol. Va. of All of Illock Sixteen. .
were guests M HM. LUC11 AMMONA' at,1 I hii-- (NIOV: of SWV anil South (XVI). of l.ulhw."tu.rt....
J. D. Samuels spent !last Mrs. A. Wood has been 'co/iftned Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Urownlee. band _. AMMONS nf Lump- HVVi half of SouthweHt' Qu"rl..r'I(/: of All and Lots It of One Lot A ISK't:' of \ kin i4 ) In Section Twenty-three. (14Lnt: Five.
with her to her home for several weeks on CenrHia; MRS <3L.ADYH AMMON'S (H, sib of Southeast QuartertNWi
k In Camden, S. C. : and hushand. ____ AMMONH (83) Township. puset South A of Lot Mix iii). Lots ( of In MMCtlon Nine
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tara !- account of influenza. Mrs. H. A. Carlton who Is of I.umpkln OcorKlu; JIO-l-I: Hann, Twenty-one (81) Kn..t, eon.taiiiii' A lOt.. .H,It 1 and a nnd l.otx'ti'pet hnlf t.f Lots: (II). "fl'4| .. .. (7) Muutl
flu. AW)) 1* McKAY 4. N. : One. Hundred Twenty t\ |II. F, of Irf.l Kunge Twenty-one. (21 ) -
teaching In Jacksonville spent .nd wife, A. V, "JONKS. (130) ncl'i'H.Frnrtlonal Lot Nlnetn.n (191 Lots. A mint! It of Northwest Quarter of southwest

Sergeant R. L. Hill of- Camp Sunday with her husband who Is I.OUIS WTK! < 1'HKI' ,And wife' Noit It west Qunrt..rNWo Seventeen Twenlv-on. (XVII).C2I 1) of Blovk quarter tNW'i of *SWi/t In S e-
: MAHY 11. W1TKOIT8KI iKOKUK..:'I ( \< ) except East Ten ( III) lion Fourteen (14), TnwnHhtniSown .
'All- has moved his Three
O. J. Griffin of St. Blanding. recently In the Bradford County Telegraph V. OTT; 1 H. n.MBI.." H. J H. Acres. and I hot Five ((5) .and South ((8) of Illock' (8)) Five ((5) nnd Six ((7) South Unite Twenty-

Mne is spending awhile bere wife and small daughter here office. WRI.M4 8. M.! WFI.US. 8II1NKY: I IWAILRS. I. hnlf (S'4)' of Lot Six (II I) In /Si: >i- t.c.ts One ( I II.'w.1 Eltrhtppn.. (XVIII). one, (SI ) Eust.: .
itt A ItT"A' "FINM'JY tlon Twenty-five I ( ), Townehlp Five 42) Four (4). South hntf of Northwest q,"rtrrof
her daughter Mrs. E. L. from Guntersville! Ala. I'H A 11I."J1'I K TITTTI.li O. T. MI'FFI.RY. -- Six (,A) South.t Itut nice Twenty-one teen (5)t\lX nod.1 Six (8)., Block. Nine Northonst Quarter (Sib\ of
of M. It. (81) East NW nf ) nnd North half of .
Joseph Ryan. New York SMITH. CARL. KINIWKf Lots ) Three NN.

Mrs. W. E. MIddleton returned City.,wh has spent the past two H. >. SAMUEL MISSNKIl, JAMES. All frnctlonal I Section' Twen 1IAILBY. MIIS. tN
CLAKK. UII, Township Six ((II I) South 4 IXX ) .f NW\
in Dub- Saturday from Washington. D. C. weeks around Blan whose true ChrlKtlun hums Is. flange ,! 14uthwest of Northwest ,
.rs, J.l,. D. Vining was looking Camp un Twenty-one (21) Knxt. lion Twenty-Mix (28). Tw."t,. '
known. of NWH a* -
Ga... last week visiting her where she was the guest of her ding and Starke. returned home (,I'AHKI and MRS. husband.T. V._. CASH HENRY;IoI. East n'fII 8 of arrex.Northeuxt QUArt..rtJoH nine( 1I. (2'Thirty.") Thirty two (SO(82)). Thlrty-i.nn.. a.rUol Qimrter Mlxl..n.(SWI\ (I), Township i.. ,'

fents, Mr. and, MI'II. W L. sister Mrs.! Mae ,Jones. Friday. true (Christian name Is un- o of N";"0' Lotx One ii ), Ihren (33). Thirty-four.Thlrt(34), (7) Ho.th. llanirw Twenty.
known and hU.hAnd.T.. V. CASHKN. Three : Four tine (91) :
(.1), and (4) of fractional Thirty." .15)). Thlrty-xlx J'IIlt.
tier.An.. ANNIE U. CLAYTON and hu...- South half (SV.\ ) In Suction Northeast (Juartt'1 of Northwest
Mrs. D. P.: Carpenter .Mrs.! T. Corporal Olva Nunn has recently hand it. F. CLAYTON' MAJOR H. Tweiity-Heven. (27))), Town r.hc'.t"II.( ; d T'hlr.TJlneTcN.IKht/ : Quarter. (NIBVi NWW In Hoc-.
n, HAYES. CHR1STIB. noo.1.ITTt.1 chip Six' (6) South Ramie Twenty. All tlloi-k Twenty-two (22), Towohls' T
In Jack- T. and Tom returned wife Gun- Forty-three (43) South tl..n
T. J. Griffin Is Long son. moved his from and husband CHARLESnOOLITTLB. one ((21) Eaxt. of 5 I. A. I. Railway.' South, Rang 'Twenty-on

yiile! at the home ,of her son- Sunday from Baconton Ga., tersville] Ala., to Starke. Cor- SAMUEL. C. LANE. vest Three-foiirthH of North half North half of Houtheast Quarter (YOtl'n\ND ,
Dr: and where they visited their mother poral Nunn is stationed at Camp nOnF.ltTtt.J. Nnrlhennt Quarter (W .1-4 of (Ni/j of SRH'( ) except ten (10)
wand daughter i> MeLKMoiiE T1iMkSV. mtt!! of NK'4)\ and Northeast Quarter 5cr.." In SouthenMt corner and whether known or unknown. are
k C. C. Mendoza. Mrs., Grlfis Mrs. W. T. Jackson; and Al- Blanding. PITTS, V. I. McCALt;. JOHN Mf of North went Quarter (NE<4 South Quarter of Southeaxt ;Quar hereby notified that M suit has
RAY ARCHlRAI-n JOHNS., FRANCIS of W' >4) and South three-quartern ter of Soulhenxt h< [ recuperating after an .at- bany, Ga.:, where they were guestsof M. ANDREWS. MAnY C. A. (45 .1-4) except about Three acre SKH of SKVi In Section'!Quarter Five.sit of Circuit Court of Bradford Countv r

of influenza. Dr. and Mrs. D.: C. Forehand. Private Harry- Lambert and BROWN, M1LLARD 'F. BROWN, In !Southeast' corner (tt.k.H.l In Townxhlp. Seven (7) "'South llanira(5). Florida, In Chancery, l hy W M.
: : I SOPHIA f'OATo/'I./: JASPER BROWN. Section Twenty-eight (J8) Township .Twenty-one fill Rant. Hmlbl that the nature of .tl suit
bride of GunternvlTle Ala., have N D WYNN. ROBERT WARREN Six South Itanve Twenty.one Northeast Quarter tof Northeast quiet and confirm plaintf'.

,recently moved if Starke. Pvt. I FRANK S. HODSON JOSEPH' H. ((21) Enxt. Quarter (N104 of NKH ma nil title to the land above d..crlb.: .
WARREN, J. WINFIBI.n IMLMEK. South Quarter (5t4) of Section "SouthweHt Quarter ..t Northeast land you are hereby '. II. .
I CLASSIFIED. ADS I Lambert is. f'cdurse, stationedat !MARTHA J'':. DRIOOERS.: WILLIAM Twenty-nine (29) Township Six Quarter (SW'4 of NKVJ) and East with the Clerk of ". Court In '
Blanding. ''\I': MAXCEY PEEK. JOHN I.. HAHKINa (S) South, Kane Twenty-one hnlf of Southeast! Quarter KI4! of office at Starke, Bradford County.Florida 't
MOHTIMKH C. LKVVIS ((21) Kaxt.Wext SR'l ) and Northwest your written appearance-,
JO.SKPIf 1>. McCt'LLEY. ;,. T. WOtFKNDKN. ,- half of Northwest Quarter ( nu"tl of Branch Quarter In (personal or by attorney' I) .. th*

;: ; : and of 500 BU. FLORIDA RUNNER Mr.. and LMrs.lA. E. Wall had J. M. AVOI.FF.NDKN, (VV'4 of NW'4) and Hunt half. of lion l'JlM'ht (H. Township Seven Heo- ,' first Monday lie March,'.A. n..141.
RENT House acre j jnd 'f' HWRHRRT K. WOI FJoInEN.: ,. J. C. Southeast Quarter (Eli of SE I4) ((7)) South Ranee. Twenty-one ".Int the third ".S of ; moat" .
facing main Highway at PEANUT SEED at ,$1 .per bu. as week-end gufcsts, Mm. Annie RICHAIin. JR. J. It.'PRICfJ, J. n. except 2 4 Here In Southeaxt (II ) East.Northeast. .. thereafter. file
.. of Alachua and PRICE. MARY UANR I-HICK and Corner: In Section Thirty-two. Quarter of Cleric your written defense It
Turner SergeantA.
- Blanding. O.OO per Bright and sound. R. F.iDemorest Towimhlp Northwest to the bill of complaint ,
lamp hiiHband. II. F. PRICE KII.RYMOORP5 Mix (8) South, Uanice Quarter (NK 4 of NWof 14,.,, .ny. ri'
nth..' Good for ,trailer 'camp. ,Starke, Fla.: E. Wall and Corporal Martin, DANIFIj: I>YAI.. TIIOMARCRAWFORn. Twenty-one ((31) Raxt. lion Nine ill I)) Township Seven (7)- .... suit at the time prescribed b,
of Camp Blanding. KRVIN JOHNS MAlt Lot One Two Three, Four (I. /Smith, Ranee Twenty-one II law. S
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RENT-Three small stores O WAINWRIOHT, J.. H. THOMAS 2, 3' 4,) and Northwest Quarter East!: Herein' fall not 'or JodJm..nt,
Blanding. NOISELESS REM I N G T 0 N- MARY C. TJlOM R. ROtlERT A. (Nw'4) and Southwext Quarter All North half nf Northwest will be entered alaln.t yo, c..

t Camp Standard office size. factory re Miss Marjorie Stump. who is JONF. "S' C. TOWN"I, NO. AARON (oJW'4) of Northwest. Quurter Quarter (tN% of NW>'( ) and all fault 4
LEASE-Filling' Station. atamp P. SMITH, also known as A. P.HMITJI. (NWI4' of Section. Thirty-three North half. of Southeast The County
Blanding. built like new. 'Remarkable teaching music in the Monticello C. M PHI M.I PH. J. W. (33). ,Township Six ((5) Mouth Northwext Quarter NMj Quarterof '! of a .. ..nrnlor. gsneral .r-

value. $50 cash -Bradford school will spend the weekendhere HARRIS. A. DYAI.. I"HANIJONI'JR., Range Twenty-one. (11)) Knxt. HRV, Of NWW ) N-.rth of U. IH. 1"'hIHh" County +
bl RENT- Space for Tailor FIAHtinA HART Joined by her All tract lonisi Suction Thirty-five F. Ity., In "Section\ Ten (10), Town. heri'by designated a* *
Telegraph Starke, Fla. tf with her parents, Mr. and husband. OFOROK-\ >, HART, UfI)., Townxhlp Six (8. South ship I Seven (7) South, Range. newspaper In which the noticashall ,
hop. Mrs. F. F. Stump. AVH> HOWKM TMOMAH DYAI, Ranire Twenty-one (21) Enxt. Twenty-one (III ) East. be published one a week for,.'
NTED-Two refined Gentleen NEWNAN r. WAINWIIUIHT, MRS Northeast Quarter of NortheaSt Northeast Quarter of Northeast four .cnnsei'iitlv. w..k. prior
} FOR SALE OR RENT-1939 K. B. DREW: whose true Christian Quarter (NKH of NEH' ) anti Quarter (NUU nf NRtf: In M.,,. said third dA y of ., A 1-
to room. Large pleasant three-quarter ton panel truck. Luther Foster of Panama City. name In unknown joined by her Krar-tlonal. Northwest Quarter of lion Eleven: (Il I ). Township Seven 141. c1 I" ,
and the
010. Close in.SALlHouse. husband. K. II. nRBW. APPlE Northeast Quarter (N W '4 of ((7) South' Ritnire. Twenty. WITNESS IS hand
Available for delivery service. left Saturday night after a three VARNKR, 1ATNA ''McJI'( R. HICYni'PRKH NKVi) and "Frautlonnl Northwest ((21)) Hunt. of said (' a'arkll. Bra4for1County.
In town $2,* Coffee : M1NNIB PprCK' MRR. Quarter' (NWU ) and all' South 80th 4arnf
Inquire Harold Bullivant. weeks' visit with his brother-in- North Quarter (NV,) and North FlurloaL -
..00.SALECottage'. CI.KM .i tTLIJINn ',.1t d husband half (SV6) North of S. A. -U R It., half of Southwest ol ...... 1341.,
Pot.restaurant Starke Fla. ltp law and sister, Mr- and Mrs.: Ellis CI.KM HtrmiNn.HTRRMNli: S.PRICK. In Section Thlrty-xlx (34). Township Northeast Quarter (NH Quarter of"SWM (OFI4'ICIALRIiAL). A. .1. Thomas,
'on Kingsleyke out the Raiford road., M3NA PRICM}I/, MRS.MAMIE Six (8) Smith, Range Twenty- of Nlil'1 ) nnd. North half of Mouth Clerk of Circuit Court, Dr.dfo'
with docks. Furnished. FURNISHED COTTAGES on Hicks- on I HORTON nnd hi("hltf"'. ;____.__ one (11) Eaxt. hnlf of j Northwest Quarter CN\i (_Ntunty, Florldi _____1.3 4 :
I HORTON. HF.NAN.Oi"WYNN, OKOK. : All Fractional Section except of S'<, nf NW'',) In Section! Twelve -
*..500.008A1.Ji4Mrgft Lake Santa Fe 5 miles east'of :. PACK and, wife'"R8. ..OKOfUJKK. North Quarter of Northeaxt. Quar. (12),
and Mrs. Leo S. 11. Township. Seven ('i 1)) "".utb, '
: house In JWUdojU Ktecttttr: light ""run-. .Mr. Solarl, .I"ACK, whose"f'1/f.J.e "Christian ten (N...-01 NICK) of tleetlen One itangeTweuity.oute (21) Rwst.Northcaxt Relief At Last '
; j. Sayle .and sou_ Harold Sayle, name .Is unknown;,IT J. UlI.UfJAN. (I),' .IJ..n.hh Seven *'(7' -Houth. '
tarke.. Wilt take care of-fam- ning" water1. Inquire Lewis I T. J. ALDERMAN, wv L.c coiXiNs Kanice Twenty-one" (21) East' quarter of Northeast ,
and Hector Sunday Quarter '
Hegedorn (NE14 ol
spent NH"4) and
JOHN : ABSALOM'' THO All fractional! Sectionexcept U
|y and several roomers. Gainesville' : ; Northeast
Jewelry Co.,. ; Quarter nf tfbutheasl "
Fla.U at Silver'Springs. MAlI KDWARO: NVI DICKERHON It. Right of Way. Ueftlon: Two '
SALE-An exceUent tiusi- MARY r..hTJtII1Y' arid., husband, J. (2), Township Seven (7) South: Quarter lion Seventeen(NEll\ of 1'1":%) In Koo ForYourCough'
(It .
M. TRltBY. BEHSIR ST. DAVIH. and ICanire Twenty-one (21) Eaxt. ) Township
88 on Call Street with lease Seven: (7) :
H. ) Thrift, of Macclenny., husband.. W. B. OAVJS, FIXIIIN UJONKS. All Fractional; Section- except R. (21)I East South. Han. Twenty.one .
for' man or lady. NEW .A USED' HOUSE TRAILERS R. Right of of Section )
who has been"wllb'the Hal Lynch IRVKN E. BERNAim CL.ARK.I.. Township Seven (7) South RangeTwentyone South half of North half of Northwest OnaaaOtlan relieves promptly
PEI Schult Palace Plymouth.
rentals; ,
-Listings on Quarter (HI eaiaw right to the seat of the
Motors! In Jacksonville for the JORDAN MARTHA W 'KtZABKTH ) Iii ttaetv ofNH of goes
and income properties. and Zimner. 6 per cent bank H' PRESC< K.OMM' .t All Southeast Quarter (SEU:\ ly.ing > NWH and Southwest Quarteref, troubla to help loosen and expel.cerm .

A. and for financing.' Pay like rent' ,Col- past eight years! began this weekas PRESCOTT. R. C. nillOftT. I. M. South of 8. A. L. Ry., except Northwext, ': Quarter (SW(4 ol f laden phlegm, and aid nature
mortgage money mechanic with J. W. Andrews.Jr. HARNAOE, II. C. 'RYAI.H Mr. Josephine halls four acres NWIT) and Southwest Quarter Co sootba raw U -
airs, new homes -and tustbulldlngs. 'lett Trailer Sales, Travelers THOMAS n f* FARRET.I.. (n Olt'- In, Section'! Your (4). Township (SWW\ In Section SIX (5).. Township Oaoied a h tde m-
., local Ford dealerHe will ROBKR8OM J. Seven! (7) South Seven (7) Mouth Itarwe .
OB! STONE:, WILEY : Range Twenty-
Fla. Itp
Camp St. Augustine, not at this time bring his. familyto C. MURPhV. HYVANNAII .PHktI'OTT. one (21) East Twenty-two ((22) East. .Tell your druggist t sell jnm
T. ciute Frank W. Brow' ( J C. RAULBRSON, WILLIAM "South half of Southwest Quarter Northwest Quarter of Northwest of Creomulalon UMmndenfaatKUns ->
FOR< RENT-Two and three-room Starke. CROflBY .iXcdB JOHNS, (8ti\ of SWi ) except three acres Quarter (NW'4 of NWV!! In Heatlnn ;you mu the W. ,
(A. Futcb H. A. MeKJjmon I WILLIAM ("'.- YOUNO' and. wife. In Northwest' corner and five Seven. (7), Township quickly allays th ;
119 apartment at Interlachen., 42 LIZZIB C. 'YftNfl') JMTAjf*,'KACH- acres In SouthweSt corner and (7) South, Range o: .'
K. Can to have -
St. Starke. money "I
miles from Camp Blanding .)rra: Cora Carpenter, who ,has KLHOFrSK.:: WIM.l'Vff3.' Y VANe except all of West half of Northwest ((22) 1I.t'Routhea.t: .. S..I your b"
dollars. No visiting her mother, Mrs oT Quarter of .... K..
SALE Eight and CUARIV'SAMUELTA. BWANN. R. Houthwest Quarter (WVt
i T h r r. bedroom Laura Powell. and brotherinlawand Quarter (SK' :>4 of RW' (' )
H.'HICKR. BnWARP I McCARTY. Of NW'4 of awl of ilW\4) Southof Bronchitw
Inter- *
children Sue E. Bates 1-3 acres In Southeast of I .
us 3 lots; Keystone Hel real bal'gaJn.-.F, M. Wal- 1achen.F1a.. lip JOSEPH M. ALVAREZ, J. M. Township Seven (7) South, Range '
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Fields, left last week for a trip -HBLHOFER, IPA*A. CHA8B Twenty-one (21) Kaxt, __ ,
th.;Key8tol1e Heights Fla. WILLIAM ITNniSKnitJU: N. B. Northeast Quarter of SouthwestQuarto -
down the East Coast before returning -I
1-31 FOR RENT-by .first' of the HULL, .KATIB' I.tVlNOSTON.. I): I.AlifFit. (NK14" of aW%) and East 'M
4tp month warehouse near Farm- to her home in Newton .' OEOROFI A. MAR\.:OTTE, half of Northwest Quarter olHouthwest' DR. L. L. COPELAND Optometrist ",
N. C. ARCHIB N. MARrOTTE.!! AL- Quarter- (W34> of NW'4' ,
SALE" :-One S-bnrner Nesoolux'e ers' Market-R. A. Newsome. I PHONSHJ MARCOTTK, OBOROB: C. of 8WV4)' Tn Section Four (4).

333 N. Cherry St., 'Starke FlfcItp ue' KRUSE. LeROY M. PRBBCB and Township Seven (7) South, Range Will Men "
range la first class con- Mrs. K. O. Duncan and children, wife BLA CHB' U P It K ECE. Twenty-one N I) Eaxt. Camp handing .
lt1oo. -,Pate Ga aett., SUrke, I LAURA A. DAPHER, LENA V. Lots Two. ( and Three' (2)), or
Kaspar and Margaret Rose were; HIBBARD, ALVIN ,A.,, AHCJ1AMBEAtTLT Northwest Quarter CNW%) : Lot Saturday Evenings Tin 9 O'clock i
ftp In Tennllte Ga. last week 1 or all fractional West half ofNortheast
AMc' r.o'iv.IJtALltMi: Quarter (Wy of NRU)

SALE-Schult House Trail RENT-3 rooms and porch. Mrs. .Duncan's sister, Mrs. Roy, K.a widow RA II.FY.: SIMON J H., JOHN LOVELACE. lying North and West of CorneliaStreet 48 W. Forsyth Street ,Jacksonville, Ia
aacordlnc to plat of .
late model' extra aloe. Kitchen equipped with I gas Smith. Jack Troutman of Ten- THEOPIUI.PS: CHAPMAN WILLIAM son City, In Section Four Samp.%4)
pep* four. $425.0O cash. 115 range and electric refrigerator.Mrs. nille, returned with Mrs. Dun- ERTO. J.CI.EO JONES.DIN: KINS. as heir' at'mfNo' Township Seven (7): South. RangeTwentyone
SALE:-TWO miich cow*.- I E. GRAVES JOHN o B.W .
O. Powell FOR RENT OR SALE-5-acre IN THM rmruiT rotiiT or Till! : IIINCKLK.: ; : U U &r.uq WAITBR .- For
Starke. Fla. lip F'lIIC .1"Hrl t. ("II'I'I'r I'dA4t nOllJoltTHON. F. R. MORGAN Looking
farm and 4-room' house just ) FOR BU, l>rORI) COVNTy.1, W. A MAYS W M PARKER, their SODetn

I'EWRTTERS New Remlngn but of Palatka city limits.-I. KM>ltll> \. CIIANCICHY' I respective. unknown heirs at law. : :
John liarleston. Jr., You Are New In Bradford iiWhether
> Iegateoe, dvlM, grantees or assigns -
Portables $5 down |5 a D. Hawkins ''Waldo Fla. lip Plaintiffvs ; C. B. ftHRM COMPANY, All Your Life Whether County To Buy Or
onth. prices start at $2 .75. J. "W. ANDREWS $ON. R. q. .

-Bradford ,County Telegraph. i FOUND-Pair of ladles gloves. Jane Urnwn Harleston*" r-ASSELUS! : ,trading A fl CAH8ELH.and dolnff R.hiixl-R. Sell You Will Find This Classified Directory A (.real

tarke Fla. tf 'Owner may have by Identifying NOTICK"'T: OfiFF.NOANT flees 8"Ub: firm nf H. Q. (C'ASSRI Convenience, And An Easy ''Way To Communicate With I

for this ad.-Brad- IN THH NAMK OF TUB 8'1'ATE'OF !' SONS 'CO; MONROE VENABLE: Thousands Of Other Telegraph Readers z ,
tM FOR SALK Road and paying FLORIDA ORKRT1N08: I W. .1. JONEM A.NIJ' WyYTv, ROHRRTH.tra'llnic 'l'l.r
48. east .ford Countytfl'elesraph."Btarke TO; Jan Drown Harleston. whose and doing bnvlnm. a*
Starke. Good for truck address I* c o Ht. Francis Hospital. VRNAPLK-JONEH* COMPANY; ..
Fla., Colorado Springs, Colorado. WItEN

ort 5-rooia'or chicken house. _raising A. 'F.Urrtiee MESSENGER BOY WANTED- bill You of are complaint hereby' ha notified* been that filed a HOWE:, J.o( -M.;.rgnYtrJ'I::: 1If 1.end A. FUEL OIL I RADIOS 1 1I

Starke. Fla. 1-lt .. Must be againstou a. defendant In the doing hu..ln< ". a* TRUHY HOWE; AUTOMOBILE . .
school. .
.tpSALE2.beel work after .
to, foregoingcause In chancery.You I N. J? JON EH: and W. B. tIAYNErt. : KEEP' I -- : -

over sixteen! years of age.- ar* further notified and I partner trading and doing, bunl- Used Tire. BUt .. Don At I
written PART WARM IAI Wc 'LM .tl
house trailer. ordered to enter ap- ness aa W. B. HAYNK8 COMPANYth.ir ,
beds 1 and 3 Apply Western Union, Starke p.aranceto said' till of complaintin I, respective; unknown heir at .Auto Glaa jA"dlv. T II'I' 8 T '8 T'" ,
ul mattresses. $75. Fla. Itp the office of the Clerk of the law, l I4I..at., d"Tlne..e. "'ranl..c... For Cars And Truck la Any -
<\ be' delivered. 14* W. Circuit Court In and for said nucreiiNorfi or amlvn I" : CHARLES T. WINTflhEAT 1 O Dp"-,

few, (York Ave. county, either personally or by attorney MURDOCH. U M LAWSON and CoBdiUoa.ItASKtNS. WITH OIL HAVK8 BO SYC
DeLand Fla. FARM HAND WANTED-20 per on or before the rule day J. A. LANOERHEIZRN. as Trustee.for AUTO ,
1-24 2tp month and board.-Apply F. M In March the same belnc the Ird FLORIDA LAN) ANt MORT. PAR Phone M8TADAW B&I F '
day /of said month A. D 141or OADK COMPANY I/TO. EVA' II. North of Town Rou OIL CO.
New I _.
First house east of default entered againstyou O u -- .
Merritt have JOHM .u -- -
P SALE New 'and used to a .BRISBO1S. Tru.t .: J U. OA8IKIN8. -
River bridge on Road 28. Itp : for failure to so appear. I Trute-or. fltarke and - TYPEWRITERS
filler bargains B & S 'TraIler It Is further ordered' that this Sampaoa City. Rallreax*. C"mpaa.1tb..lr I

|w ea" located' at notice be published In the respective uakaown cuvceMor .- --- ... GSA ,. '...
palm Trailer Beautl- -- ------------'--'- --- -- -- .
9-ROOM TILE HOUSE- ford County Telegraph a. Br.d-I and aeilirne; BRKVARP PROPER- :
[ rk,, Orlando Fla. Alma and tully furnished. 4 bedrooms. 2 pacer of general, circulation TIER INC.. .a dlmmlve Florida GOODS APPIJANCEH Ftor Home Rgtos |t*>ftl>*Mi o easy .t
llsiied of Bradford
In- said County
latlonal Trailers. tf baths, steam heat abo sun one each week for four con..cunth COMPANY corporation, a ATLANTIC dl".olv..J LUMBER Florida .- OfUon. Steve, Hestce*. ..d e a .Month.

heater.-Mrs. Gladys Thigpen tive'"' ::.this.( dar'of: January! COMPANY Corporation, ,a 4lM EMPIRE' olY.d 'Florida LUMBER corporation. MILITARY SUPPLEESaIII1 Wat Heater, I: BUtmo- .I SIo &' -BraV- .
INVESTMENTS general delivery Ocala. Fla. ItpT2 A. D. 2341. I FLORIDALAND ANDIMMIGRATION novelties for an brancnen olUM t G T' ,
mFFlCIAlL SEAI.) A. .1. Thomas ; dii.solved .
hile Clerk Circuit Court. I Florida corporation FLORIDA orcvioe, BCX 8C8LOW.S OAEVL ,. __ ; jUSEDCARS1
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The Coin* la COSt .$100 .REWARD John J. Henderson. Eoj., RAILROAD COMPANY, a dl..- : ae Starke, PU.JI | .I. Av.e.S' --.
Invest Ybar In dM abMMr. ,.. Ssffers one bun- Solicitor for Plaintiff. 1-31 4t 2-tl i solved Florida corporation: BRADFORD I I C s 'Vi. 1M r

Money JJ, doIlas fi y ease of Pneuttttrfylx COUNTY DEVELOPMENT' -. .. .- .. ... Ga r. . ,
Florida '- --T .
HIGH GRADE wtjAi rna \ : >. Cold AI
ether COMPANY. a dlraolved. Florida' cor.poratlont BEU PARLOR I

Fever 48 hoars. Eloise Watt "'arrla. PAN?, a dissolved Florida corporation KJBHP WARM Tnls Winter ..
D YOU:WILL HAVE AN Yonnee's No. 1' medicine for rialntlff.Beth"l ., : ATLANTIC tHIWANNKK .SI"A At N 0 Sacrifice A Oil-Darn.' a D 01] .
NCOME AFTER THE high blood pressure, ulcerated -Richardson Farrle, Jr. PANY. a dissolved" Florida' cor.poratlan In Quality 0 r "I leg llr. Clean. Eoitm- -e.e JacksonvIlle,, f :

BOOM barn no equal. 1).f.ndaflt. ; MACON CONSTItUC'FIONCOMPANY LEILA'S nKACTV SALON I teal neat. O. RefrlceraUtrn. Over ZOO I
; IS OVERt stomach. It "'O'I'IC" .r 0 nF.pF.fIIOANT, a dissolved Oeorgla rorporatlont A E t Mr f.
,wasted' all over BRADFORU COUNTY' Street TtJrma :
Reliable Agents ,] Of THF STATE C IIa'WATCHMAKE Pay Oa7 ::
Drop na a l letter: 'or, the U. S. OFFLORIDA.. OREETIN08: BANK a deentved Florida corporation I DARBY'SAte. p

l TO: Uethel Kichardson* Yarn!., Jr.. HAWTIOnr STATE BANK _'_ .' _. _, "i
and our representative AddremJ. whose address General Delivery a dl aolT.d Florida O''lIor.tlon.i FU. 12-9

call'! and advise with- L. YOUNCESulphur Georgetown R C. RANK OP STARKE.,MERCHANTS a dlneolvodFlorida
you You are hereby notified that a eorpuratlon; WATCHE
'F1*. filed FARMERS HANK a dlMolved .
obligation. Sprlnrs bill of complaint has been -
.....Inllt __, ._ A S.A ..ksir.vcoins .. and lor.- corporation) and the NATIONAL AND INSURANCE
Lady ; cause in ?tanc.rY. 1. -
unincumbered .
[ Guaranty Under. WANTED' You are further notified ana dissolved corporation and all unknown carefully repaired. .** 'New
for housekeeper and help in ordered to enter r 0 u r written persona or parties whether ALL FOBMS '
This I appearance tl>> .aId bill .f CO"-, natural.. corporate e r municipalclalmlnir The new rose Elfin I Iw.ul DURNC lute e Klrja sad Balov
writers, Inc small goinJ.bustnells,1 plaint Jra the offMr of the Clerk any Interest under or for todies Just r*- Harold C. Wan Ace7. C'' >Mt received. -
No'cn C'relllCc..rt In .nd for from eald dissolved corporatkone or wt
permanent. of the
lOWest Adams Street means 8682. Sulphur said __t. * all vaknown per. caiied.J.: IL COVRTMANCUStarkr.rU. ,sta .orke- .ove .. ) ( .D C1T :
Address Box hr attorney, on or .hefor the "onB. or parties elalmln any right. l'ieirie'phone If0. .12.4-

Sofl'We .- .- Florida ':::rt'n,.. Fb_.____-__'; 2tp DaMarch., .. tJa"!. being the title vr interest I. and so. the fol, U' I Sr fa
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iA 111 JAM 311941 1


II* I; FARMERS' SECTION They Sell Berries I Starke Newcomers Lose Belongings L LIVE STATE NEWS

... ..1 By The String In Fire That Came Too Close To NoonA --- --- --- -, -.- ------ _. -- .-.
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417 i FOR TIlE Bradford County farmers please fire which threatened to assume 'that could _be our house afire. PATROL REPORTS FINDS IIOUSE STOLEN:

note! serious proportions broke She explained that they had just Tltusvllle.--Local

: An Associated Press Item tells out Monday In what, before boom gotten a new cook Friday.. "The Tallahassee, Florida's revoked State 1,424drivers' week were delving into law.V.' 'I

us that in Medellin, Colombia! days, was the garage of Mrs. E. new cook may not know how to Highway licenses patrol and suspended utes and looking for ':'
(South America) strawberries are J. Dowling on Christian street. handle the oil stove and it may common law to pOIn
406 others during its first year of determine ;
are never, turned down sold by the yard I The blaze occurred just before i have exploded." "Well, Mama," to do when a I 1,
all the person
revocations -
and rarely If ever Grown on small farms In the noon-and thereby hangs a tale. replied Helen, "that Is just the operation. Practically home from a trip cornel k,

folks. So, today we cool valley which pockets the It was so near the noon hour 12- 'clock whistle." They arrived and suspensions were find that his house up tm,

two recipes along this city, the berries are pierced Individually that when the fire siren blew home ,before the fire department for drunken driving, although stolen and moved hat
there were some for reckless driving away
we believe everyone will with needle and thread the rank and file of people reached the scene. A woman who
and brought to market In strings thought it was merely the 12- and physical Incompetence. once reside
The mere burning of a small Melbourne but whose name!!
Oatmeal Cookie The price the buyer pays depends o'clock whistle The same thought out-house would not ordinarily be PLAN NEW TOWN not be learned, told local

: 1 cup shortening, on the length of the string! was in the minds of the firemenan so serious, but the following facts neys ahe had been in the u
1.2 Bradford growers who think it well Robert Green, who manages Femandina. a meeting last
i white sugar cup make It significant: about six years and
Is a tedious job to pack berriesin the truck and the Friday night at Moore's Cafe,' that
2 tbs. milk runs ,
2 eggs pump she came to Melborune
Mrs. had just paperedthe
would Dowling residents o f Fernandina Beach this "'Int
cups undoubtedly said he heard the siren
1-2 soda 1 tsp. and she
tsp. found that the
their little house, bought new fur agreed to unite In seeking incorporation ; house had
change if -
minds they tried
thinking it the 12 o'
1 was just
tap. cinnamon, cup picked Tw
up bodily
it linoleumon not
stringing them awhile. nlture for put new of the beach area Into a by
CUD nuts, and 3 cups I clock whistle blowing a little and i storm, moved about J
the floor "everything six
town. Another meeting was held: :
longer than usual, remarked: as clean as a pin," she said. The, discuss away. She said It it app.r,
to further and work on i '
Tung Nuts "That dent whistle must be
Bring stuck was in good
Add condition
shortening. sugar ltaraR'e itself was insured, but the'' plans. for but wu
Primary reason
beating between each Good Prices today. (Hint: Let us be more none-of the furnishings. Not only the venture was explained as a'I ting on the wrong piece of ]1&niI
careful In the future and
: Add beaten eggs. Sift try that but Mrs. Cecile Goff whose I
thoroughly. Albertus Miller, manager of to have our fires so near dinner move to obtain government aid TRAIN SCHEDULE:
_Ingredients husband at Blan-
a private
In seawall
I the American Tung 011 Mills Inc. time!) erecting a or Southbound
about 1.4 cup of dry ding since November and who
located at Brooker The garage which, In head, for the protection of beach No. 1 due Starke 11:35:
to flour nuts and states that reality herself had just arrived here two : P.
) Add milk and sifted dry growers have been bringing tung was a rooming house with a large weeks ago from Indiana, lost property. local.
nuts to market for room and two small adjoining No. 107 due Starke 9:28:
: to first mixture, stir several weeks everything she had except her "A,
Add floured now with prices ranging as highas rooms, was completely destroyed.The GRADUATES WARNED local.No.
coat and the uniform she had on,
Tallahassee,-Florida State Col- 191 due
$55 to $60 toa the smaller house between the Starke 1053
and oatmeal, stirring a at mill "
"and It to the laundry
belongs ,
lege for Women graduates were M. Miami.
Ingredients are well for the better grades.A garage and the main home-for
said Mrs. Goff. John Anker, of
told last week by a war veteran Northbound
merly the cook's housewhichwas
teaspoonfuls a bumper crop is beinghar-
Drop by New Jersey an employee at Camp No. 2 due
professor that "the future is morem Starke
on a greased baking vested and growers are receiving being used aa a store-room, 5:28: A.
Blanding also had a small roo
uncertain than !It has ever been local.
the caught fire, but the blaze
In moderate prices ever paid In was
a there, and all of his belongingswere No. 108 due
before for class, Starke
This makes 3 the short history of this new soon extinguished. But there was any gCaduatlng 5:36: p
burned. In the garage Dr. W. H. Rogers, professor of : through.
cookies. American Industry centered instates much damage from water. There
bordering on the Gulf of was no damage to the main home, proper, the largest of the three English at the college, said In a Starke and Bell CrIUMj
Peanut Cookies rooms, were housed Mr. and Mrs. commencement address to 10 midyear i No. 101 leaves Starke
Mexico. Even the Mrs. Dowling houses nine :
HINTS poorer gradeof ,
: 1.2 cup fat, 1-2 nuts are bringing prices from boarders in addition to her own W. B. Landrum, who arrived Sun graduates that more people :M.

a butter, 1 cup brown $40 a ton and up. These prices family.It day night from Madison, and today are under domination of a No. 102 arrives Starke 15(

4 egg, 1.2 tap. salt, 1 tsp. should hold through Februaryand seems that Sam Rosenberg, went to work Monday morning conquering nation than the world

1-2 tsp. soda,.1.2, even longer depending: on the furniture dealer, was the first with the Starke Laundry and Dry ever has known. Claiming that M.RUPTUR

1 cup chopped salted I movement of oil produced In, to the scene. He was there on Cleaners. They lost everything "our way of life Is threatened"by ]
w and 1 2-3 cups flour. China business and Mrs. Dowling being they had, except the contents of German conquests, he urged

fat .and peanut butter, Besides the mill at ;Brooker i away from home, he was just two small suitcases. The suitcases the graduates to support quick SHIELD EXPERT HER

sugar and cream until four other oil extraction and pro driving off when a cloud of smoke I themselves were ruined. aid for Britain. II. M. BHRVNAN. ..Id.lp"
egg and beat from : Of course like many other expert' or fblraKf>. will pir...
cessing: plants emerging the .
strung out along garage attracted b .t the Itounevrlt It"..., ,
Then add sifted dry will know for HEAVY CROP DAMAGE Ji
the Gulf Coast are also preparing his attention. He rushed things, nobody ever iinvillrt .Bandar and "Munilnr, i
alternately with milk. to handle the current crop estimated back and asked the colored cook sure perhaps, how the fire West Palm I Beach-County to Krttrnnry
la half and to one at from five to six million the cause of the smoke. She originated. But the most plausible Farm, Agent M. U. Mounts says Mr. 8ti vnan Mays: The Zo
:; of the chopped pea I I theory seems to be the following !- that Shield In a tremendous Imp,
pounds of oil. These plants nearly fainted, and replied: "Lord recent rain and cold damageto ment over all former method.
by small spoonfuls I are located at Gainesville, Cairo, Lord." He said: "Lord nothing! : various crops in the rich Winter feeling immediate remilix. ]It.i

: : I tin. Drop out the 'Ga., Picayune, Miss, and Boga- Get: me some water." Then he Mrs. Goff had just changed I vegetable region around Lake not but only Increase hold the the rupture Irrnlii pnfi, >,

of dough In small luau La. A sixth plan Is contemplated and two colored women went to jobs from the Ritz Cafe to 'the Okeechobee ,would range from 10 xtrengthen the weakened p,'

stamp down with a for Florida, Ala. work to try to extinguish the Magnolia Cafe. She had just left to 90 per cent. He listed the days thereby on closing the average( the o!>case Plllllg., rre In '

with a damp cloth. flames with a small garden hose, the Ritz, and had gone to her damage as 65 per cent' to beansin I' less of heavy lifting Htralnln.
position the ,
with nuts. Bake in a any body may MI
Saturday Visitors a bucket and a tub. The fire room to prepare for her new workat the Pahokee-Canal point area, no matter the sire or location..
hot oven 375 degrees gained on them' so rapidly that the Magnolia. She "lit some with peppers, eggplant and cabbage nationally known Hclitntific nit r'
10 12 No under straps
to minutes. This or comber
Starke attracted Its usual quotaof they had to call the fire department papers In the little tin wood-stove only slightly hurt; as CO; per ui raiiKementv and ahHoltitelr)
60 cookies. If visitors from the surrounding to take the chill off the room; I I, cent to lettuce between 75 and medicines) or medical truatmrnl
Mr. .
Mirvnnn will bt
salted nuts Kind lot
section Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dowllng. who had been but the fire had gone out beforeI 90 per cent to radishes, and 40 ..w.trre within tinrur
t; in a salt sack and rub Among them were W J. Wilkinson down town, was returning with left the room," she said. : per cent to beans at the south Add...... .lll 1 M.' ttl'Il 1O\D T,
j husks. Fan rM Large Inrtniitiinl llfrili
I I out husks
n and J. S. Shuford, of Lawtey, her daughter in their car when The firemen worked effectively; eni of the lake. The celery situation rupture. fi.ll..wln0r MiiruElcalBI. tel.
i the from wind.one pan to an- and Wesley Crews of Starke. the whistle blew. Having had for within a couple of minuteafter he declared, was still in!, e.nndnllY .olielted..

Asked about their crops this year, experience with fires before she they turned their strong sdoubt, and it was too early to determine -

-Machine and especially strawberries, they replied seemed to have a. sort of premonition hose on the blaze, it was ex- reports on-crops nedrer |

Ribbons Adding at Telegraph almost In unison: and said: "Helen hurry,, :tinguished. the East Coast. Heavy rains
"We are scrapping a few ber-I were followed by a cool snap I

ries, many' of which, are rotten. I with light frost In some areas. I
final suggestion Acreage Is smaller this year than TIIERESSA
of hogs and cattle. usual, afld the crops are very:I By Miss Beth \VtinberlyH. By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan GETS STATE JOB

manage,theni more ef- ordinary.; : The'price is low _:: B. GrUfia, of Ft. Lauderdale D. J. wlis businessvisitor .Tallahassee,-Boyce A. Williamsof

by regularly, Inspecting very low-only $1.50 per ,crate, : returned to #n.l(I ls home Wednesdayafter .to Phillips* Starke a Tavares Lake-County tax'collector !. f'I
after the grower has borne' all! a visit here with his par Tuesday. and citrus grower, has been '
Mrs. H. D. and Miss Ida
the expense of Erettlnar- them ready- ents. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Griffis. named chairman of the State' Industrial -
for the market. That Is practically Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman, Hagan were visiting In Grandin Commission by Governor
DIRECTOR I Saturday.Mrs.
1 nothing. Miss Maggie Crews and Miss Cleo Spessard L. Holland. He succeeds
: My' Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render Asked to contrast Starke today Norman were visitors to Starke Susie Hardee, who has Parks Glover of Lake City as MORE Appetizing!

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE with a year ago, they replied: Saturday. been visiting her. son Odls Hardeeat chairman and as representative
"We used to know Olustee, has returned to her of !
MODERATE PRICES everybody on C. M. Griffis and Romeo Prescott the public on the three-man MORE Satisfying
DeWITT C. JONES the streets, but now we don't were visitors to Jacksonville home here. board which administers the

Starke' ,, Florida know anybody. ,We don't know Tuesday. The Rev. Everett Goodwin of Workmen's Compensation Act. Extr* Goodn s t

the reason for It, unless it Is C. D. Maxvllle was a visitor. here Sun Unemployment Compensation, Old Experts will tell you ihnJAX
Forsyth of Jacksonvillewas
Camp Standing. We don't know Age Security and the Florida Em-
the guest Sunday of Mrs. H. day.Mt. f nks with the world
long it will last, nor who is and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan ployment Service. Glover, former -
tI getting all the money." One of Wimberly and family.Mr. were business visitors to Gainesville secretary of the State Racing finest beers regtrdlcst ofpiict

them chimed in and said, "The and Mrs. M. Fanning were Saturday. Commission, was appointed chairman Try the new JAX todiy.lwuyt .
whiskey houses are getting the business visitors to Green Cpve I of the Industrial Commission
Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little i gret beer, JAX
money. Another said: "But Springs Monday.
you by Cone late in his
1 know the people must have their Mrs. Nelson( T. Green and chil-I son, Don, have returned to their I' administration to succeed HaroldC. now better thr> ever.
'snake bite' ". dren of "$tarke visited home In Miami after a visit of
relatives two Wall, who resigned to enter Jut s.y "MX/ Most loud dtt s
Down the street a little furtherwe here ,Saturday. and Mrs.weeks with her paren'ta, Mr. active military service. He offered line iklt AM Drink of FfitnJBRt .
A. L.
I met County Commissionerfrom Marvin Green of Mlddleburg Is Sullivan. his resignation to Governor

Do Your Trading District One, P. D. Reddish, visiting his i father Lee Green, Othma Sullivan was a visitorto Holland soon after the inauguration WING COMM*
of Lawtey, and D. W. Starling, here. Gainesville Tuesday. IAC K>.ONVILLI, HO''

.: where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are also of Lawtey. They said: "Back Owen Marrt of Mime visited relatives Mm. Cox: Dies

given away with every $10 in trade in July and August when straw here over the weekend.D. Friends here of Mrs p, E. Cox
or certificates.: berries were being set out there C. Reid and family of Max- will be sorry to hear of her death

t Are Ktileeniiid was too much rain. Then it vllle were visitors here Friday. which occurred Saturday in her

r In n cutter SMITH'S GARAGE dried off too much and the crop Miss Ethel Ricks was a visitorto home In Miami. Funeral services //N A CtASS BY ffSELFTRV

Is short. Since that time we have Baldwin Friday. were held Monday and the body']

STARKE.: FLORIDA had too much rain." Then they The following attended the was interred there. Mrs. Cox

concluded: "It Is too early for school play given at the school was known here as Miss Jettle)

strawberries, anyhow; and. although house at Lawtey Friday night, Phillips. She was born and spent I 4Krua
some of them are rotting, Mrs. Ruth Marr, Miss KathleenMarr i her girlhood days here and has

yet we are not losing any money. Miss Vlrgie Grlffis, Mrs I many friends here who sym-I
The money we get from straw- II. C. Wimberly.' Mia Beth Wim pathize with the family in their

MEATCURING berries now Is just extra money." berly, Mr. and Mrs. E. Prescott, loss. She Is survived by her hus JT rOpAY I FREE.SCTJ!
"Whiskey money," said Mr. Star Mr and Mrs. R. L. Prescott, Car. 'band, P. E. Cox; one daughter ; Joieni,m bonito ei '

ling. son Griffls Joe Howard Marr and Clara, and one son, Leroy all of IT SmTHE PACE W THE QUAIIT/RACE. i l bnlhtdw,
Frederick I Prescott.' Miami, besides a host of other K.mM"ar..MJ
LETTUCE STARTS MOVING Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss E. relatives. ,tl

Arcadia.-First shipments of Ricks Miss B. Wimberly and C.

Florida Iceberg Lettuce went to M. Griffin were visitors to Starke REA '
market from DeSoto county last Sunday. Directors Dot Miss Americas

week both In carload and rail Have Annual MeetThe

shipments and by truck. Local Greatest Winter
HAMPTON Exposition FslA
No shippers are using the trade Miss board of directors for the
Ity Ada Nlmmo
increase in Prices names of "Hard Headed Hannah"land Clay Electric Co-operative Association -

I "Ironhead" for the ney type An automobile full of soldiers Inc., at a meeting In
I lettuce.,, OD their way to Camp Blandingran stone Heights Key-I
recently to
Into the rear end of a work
I ANOTHER SNAKE STORY train at the G. B. & F. railroad Increase the size of ,the generating :

We Specialize In Sugar St. Petersburg.-Emit Petsch. crossing west of here last Satur plant by 2.000 horsepower to 4O

t I Pete Weber and Harold Puhl came day night. A heavy fog Is said take care of the increasing demands
upon a coach whip and another to have been responsible for the 'illlf
snake Camp Blanding. A
fighting viciously. One accident. Several of the occupants %
snake measured about five feet of the car were badly In- This rural electrification project

Cured MeatsGainesville In length and the other about serves farms in Alachua Clay,
t three feet. The large snake fin- and Mrs. Fred Guy of Putnam, Bradford, Union Marion rt d ,
ally started
swallowing the other. Jacksonville S
were guest this Columbia Volusla
The and Baker
smaller snake I
was eaten week of the Rev and
Mrs. J.
head first, but when twothirdsof : Counties, an area Including alight. V ?1
Guy.Mr. ly more than 10,000 farms. Over
it had
been consumed: the .
and Mrs. Glennie Stewart TAMPA
men used rocks to kill the larger and Glennle 1000 farms are already on the : ah
3? Ice & snake. They thought they had drove son to Jacksonville Williams Beach Stewart lines and 183 miles of addi-
tional lines
k also are under construc-
killed the pdw
smaller one, but last Sunday.

Cold Storage Co.J. were the footer'large'amazed crawled snake when all turned the the way around three-Into Mr.Mrs.and. Morrow's Mrs. M.mother W. Morrowand Mrs. nes year.tion.have Two. been 600-borsepower added in the engi-last FEB .4t : 15tbf [ R /

and emerged head first were shopping In.. The annual meeting of the members
L. GEORGE, Mgr. harmed! un. Gainesville, this.week. took place last Tuesday In
Mrs. W. C. Smith has been Keystone Heights. Chester Lake, GASPARILLA

Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. Epidemic ofCold her spending husband a few who days U employed here with as representing Electrification Harry Association Slattery, Rural INVASION 'i.; yFo S i

Symptoms an engineer 'on the G. S. & F. ministrator addressed the R5
MON.FEB.10fh. |
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 666 railroad. Lines will\ be built wherever ad-I 30
Liquid or 686 Tablets with 86G 3%
average of three members

.. relieve Salvo .*or rokl 66 Nose nrmptonM Drop the'neraD first) Rent-Bradford" "For County Rent" lOc each I mile can be reached from to the,! .1 116ig Daps &Nigbfis eI

iUj: Telegraph present lines!, according* to or
-Adv. Starke. ga&Lation official. I vj. Tbrl I Ir& Fan/,

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31 1 1941 ,
JANUARY $t, 1941 JAN

( Jones BKOOKER I GUM BRANCH their daughter :Mice Doris, were pneumonia. We hope he will visiting his parents here Sunday Montgomery, Ala la the newmanager i
By Mrs. 1. I* Parker By Mrs Edd ParrUh I visiting friends here Friday night. soon be home again. ?
I Mrs. SM Smith and and we trust that the)
Mrs. Gilbert night.Mr
Mrs. Layfleli Honored Mrs. B. M. McRae and sons. Brown of Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.. J. Starling and Mr. A. V Varries new broom will "clean clean.'. h,;'
On HereHereafter A social event of the week I Benny and Lynn, 'of Plre Level moved to Jacksonville this week.
meats Mrs. Etta Fae Warren Fri. spent Sunday in Ocoia. They have just completed a new '
was a miscellaneous shower given were visiting Mrs. W. F. Harn- Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown
day I9.00O building in the rear adjoining
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. C.I age and Mrs. Mancle Clemons were visiting their grandson, ,
lu reading a volume of sera A. Crosby Mrs. Mary Simmons Monday of last week. Jim Thomas and family and Bobby Sapp, in the' hospital at Occupy New Building their old plant, and are

"The Name Above Every and Mrs. Grace Barry as hostesses Mrs. W. C. Clemons, R. L Mrs. Lizzie McKinney of Starke Gainesville Monday The Starke Laundry and Dry moving the machinery out of the

'., by my good and brilliant In the home of Mrs. Crosby, Clemona and son. Gene, were were dinner guests of Mrs. Neta Rev. W. T Minshew filled his Cleaners are makingsome note- old and into the new building. '
h cr Robert G. Lee, I read honoring Mrs. Doris Mott Lay- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Sunday. regular appointment at the Christian "'
I Grover will their
They new quart-
b 'the quotation from Charles field, a recent bride. Hatten In Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp have Church here Sunday and worthy Improvements because of occupy
which always thrllln\ my The rooms of the home recently. their little lion, Bobby, in the hospital Sunday night. the Increased business) Incident to era sometime this week' :Mr. i
were Mr. and
M "It all the illustrious and men decorated with roses and fern. I son, Harley Mrs, and H. Mr.H. Keene and' Mrs.and In Gainesville very sick with Curtis Varnes of Palatka was the boom. A. C. Crawford of Crawford. says.Till ;

gathered together I During the afternoon ,t
games Vanlce Keene and son Vantce, Jr.,
jespeare should enter and contests were enjoyed and were .
li all visiting friends here recently
rag company they prizes were won by Mrs. Thelma I Iti ,
up to do him Lonor. But If Crosby and Mrs. Doris Kelley.
Mrs. Cordle Clemons of Hell-
should come, we
14 Christ Him." Mrs. Layfleld was presentedwith bronn spent Monday night with
kneel to worship
,1, all said, "I know men many lovely and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clemona. @ 4I
lpoleon Later in the evening refresh Mr. and Mrs. Edd Parrish U'Remdieg
Jesus is not a man.
tell you Is impossible betweenand menta, of hot chocolate and cake visiting J. A. Harnage and family 1 ?G9i

z orison any other' being In the were served by the hostesses and Mr and Mrs. Mancle 80USiWES\
Dock Thomas of 9i
He is truly a being by Jacksonvillewas demons recently. ,
4 '|If." Emerson, when asked visiting his mother, Mrs. Dave demons.returned to his SOU18iRft

he did not Include Jesus Alice Thomas Saturday.Mr. home in Miami Saturday night
I and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof after upending the past two weeks
g"It his takes representative too much strength men re- Jacksonville were visiting Mis with friends and relatives here. ( Hmtt I ml*. 20 i...)

do that. Crews' parents Mr. and Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. Mancle demons -
nstitutlon) to W. Barry., Sunday..Mr. were dinner guests of Mr. and \\j! ii I
understand how.some men .
an and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of Mrs. John Clemons Sunday = Y.
it have a question in their Raiford were visiting relatives Mrs. Roy Clemons and daughter : Il I

Is concerning some thingsare here Sunday. Betty Jean, were visiting Mrs. I ;,t' '
believed but I
generally Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr.. and Eston Parrish Saturday. '-
lot understand how any thlnk- son, Douglas and Mrs. W H. Mrs. Cordle demons of Hell. :
man, even though he maybe Bryan are visiting relatives In bionn spent Saturday night and >> I. LL 1 1LjlH 1r
Christian, could doubt '
a Georgia this week. Sunday: with Mr. and bias John / 'L
Icilety of Jesus Christ. Some-
ILI-e-lIlu'rl"lI demons.
has said "The only way you Mrs. Beulah Harrell announcesthe Mrs. E .W. Parrish and Mrs. r ''t& I I. ) "

explain Jesus is I to accept marriage of her daughter, Edd Parrlnh spent Monday with "
\ I
deity. He never .. Invented Genevla, to Harry Ware of St. Mrs. Roy Clemona. :

hlng. He never painted a Petersburg on January 10. The We are sorry to' report Mrs. I .

re to hang In any art gal- ceremony was performed in Lake W. C. Clemons on the sick list ..
He never wrote a song. As this '. / I
City, by the Rev. P. Q. Cason. week. 1
tatter of fact. He never wrote Mr, and Mrs. Ware will reside In Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman = ,
I one time as far as we know Orlando and
following a wedding trip daughters, Mrs Jim Hersey I
nobody knows He wrote through Georgia. and Mrs. Roy Denmark, all of I -

He never built a ship to The Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McCauley Woodlawn were visiting Mr. and ,

the seas. Among the crumbled, were visiting friends and Mrs. E. I. Norman Thursday 1. What do housewives think aboutSouthern t I
of the civilization of Histhere
i relatives here Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were /
are no signs of a build- and Mrs. Johnnie Mott visiting the bedside of Mrs. W. Twin Pack Bread in the white and 2-to.tloaves? '
of which He was the archl-
day.were visitors In Starke Satur C. Clemons Saturday afternoon. The Southern Dread folks wanted to know, so 1

sue was the Son of God. He Mrs. Annls Grime BETHELBy they employed a number of expert interviewersto

not have to write songs. He Funeral services for Mrs. Annie ,
Mrs. D. D. WoodardMr.
first hand information. Follow the
music in the throat of mock- Grimes get story .
I were conducted Tuesday
Interviewer Flow do do Madam. I'm
i birds and made the morning morning by the Rev. C. A. Crosby and Mrs. J. M. Allen an- and witness one of hundreds of personal inter 2. : you trying i'I

sing together. He did note Interment was in Dedan Ceme nounce the birth of a son on views. to find out some facts about Southern Twin Pack Oread. .;
to paint pictures to hangthe tery. The deceased Is survivedby Thursday, January 23.

( walls of art galleries. He her husband Annls Grimes. and Mrs. M. Gllsson and Raymond Do you find that because each half of Southern Twin
His brush In fire and paints three children, Rufus and Willis Gliason were visitors to Jackson-

exquisite tints of a golden Grimes and Mrs. Virgil Flpps all ville last Friday. Pack Bread is separately wrapped it stays fresh longer? .
set. He doesn't have to write of Brooker. Mrs. A. G. St. John and children .

|ks. He saves men and they Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis, of Olustee were recent guestsof

Inspired to write books about Mr. and Mrs. Pervls Lewis, Johnnie Mr and Mrs J. M. Allen. '

He doesn't build ships. Jr., and Ell -Lewis of Jack- Mrs. Evie Johnson and Mrs
her men can do that, and His sonville were visiting Mrs. Pit Donald Richard of Gainesvillewere -

powers take passage on theseps Baxter here Sunday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. D.

and sail all seas to'take Friends of Mrs. Leslie Green Woodard one day last week.

story of His redeeming'love will be glad to know that she is .

| lost men. No 'wonder when Improving. T. W. Markey is SAMPSON CITYBy > /R I1' ,
mac saw Him after His resur- able to be up and out. Mils Mrs. S. E. Jones s

don he said, "My. Lord and Flora Edwards Is 111 with flu. l_
Cod." Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown spent n./

[the fool hattTsaTa i In'ills 1 ..fieart were visitors, in Alachua Mon- the week-end at Johnstown.

Ire Is no God." Some' great day.? Mr. and Mrs.. Jac.t Goodge and

ocher said, "The word fool aapd Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Parker and RRPORT OF roNniTiov OF
in Scriptures is more than children of Gainesville were visit FIOI1II H.tNK! AT XTAHKKof
"9tarke" In .hf> Mm* of florid'
erely intellectual term denot- ing here Sunday afternoon. Ht the rlnmf of bn.ln.... on Mrrembrr -
want of judgment. It is a Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tilgh- 31 1KIO.

kral tone denoting lack of vlr? man were visitors In Gainesville Loan and ASMETM discount
fe. No man who thinks can say Sunday afternoon. Inclmllnn/ |1,S3 overdraft .

Rh his mind "There Is no God." Malcolm Lewis of Gainesville United *)State---------------$126,570.48 Govern.m .

J fool has to say It with his was visiting his parents Mr. and .nt obligation, dl-
rect and guaranteed .
rt. The unregenerated heart Mrs. E. J. Lewis Monday Obligation o f State? 18,80000

hes to deny the _existence of Mrs. J. W. Hoppe of San Fran and political cubdivl-
Ions 213,30061 r
God who made this universe cisco, Cal., has returned to her Cash balance-with other

lecially if the man who has ,the home after spending a few days bank, Including: re-
{regenerated heart realizes that I, visiting Mrs. Beulah Harrell. cash Herve Item.balance In *.processof and \ .

must answer to God for his While here she and Mrs. Harrell collection .- 407,27051 Housewife Oh it fresh much
I spent some time with relativesin Bank 18,38867 premlnen, furniture owned and 3. : yes, stays longer 4. And that's a fact that thousands of housewives .:

hen Jesus was here the world I 'Jacksonville. fixture 12,96473 .- 11,341.41) -but there's more to it than that. It's very economical have found to be true. Because the halves of each .'.. t : '

fated to kill Him because in I Mrs. Guy Harrell Is spending TOTAL ASSETTS ___HI 77 S.382.1 1 .
light of His holy presence the a few days in Palmetto with LIAH1LITIK -especially for a small family like ours. loafvol: Southern. Pack Dread are individually.
I Demand deposit of Individual
knees of the human heart I her sister who la ill. *, partnership, With Southern Twin Pack Dread I only have to wrapped they are like two separate loaves of bread. ., r ;
uld be seen. Men in their Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baxter of and corporations ______ $13,891
tural state hate light. ''They Jacksonville were visiting relatives Tim. *deposits, partnership of Individual and- open half a loaf at a time. The other half remains When you use one half loaf, the other half retains ."

fer darkness because here Sunday. corporation \.__ 85,497.73 the oven-freshness
in _
the Deposits of States and sealed and fresh loaf until you are ready to serve it.
as a new
they cannot be seen. If Mr. and Mrs. H. Layfleld and political subdivisions 107,547.03
I were possible to prove that there Leo. J., LaChance were visiting Other depoHlt (certified Next time you buy bread, remember there's no stale', '
and officers' check,
1 no God in this i universe to friends and relatives In Clearwater etc.) ___.......______ 14.41356 bread waste when you buy Southern Twin Pack I' I
Om men must some over the week-end.
r the deeds done In their day,answer bodies, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Quar- TOTAL.TOTAti DEPOSITS L I A B I L1TIKS 1721.Z9S Bread. Try a loaf, today. Now extra healthful be- I ItllllSe

ere would be great rejoicing on ells of Jacksonville were visiting nated(not Includingubordl obligation. it is enriched with Vitamin fij.Southern '/ ,

l e part of many millions of un- relatives here Monday. l shown below) _____u_ 71lts.III'CAPITAl. '

Inverted men. Mrs. Mary (Aunt Slss) Mott of Capital _______..._ACCOUNTS___._.__ 25,00000Surplus I I I
IThe fool (the man whose moral Hellbrdnn Springs la spending a ________...?..._ 80000.00
|ne Is low) few with her children. Undivided profit J48.98He"erveR !
says therels no God. days (and retirementaccount t
ie wise man who has been born Miss Madeline Crosby is stay- tor preferred i

rain and who knows the cleans- Ing with the Howard Motts. capital) ____.___ ______ 115.81 t

I g power of the blood of Christ The school officials and teachers TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .
ys. "I know --- 51,08Ul
it there .U a God not held their regular monthly TOTAL MABILITIKS ,. ;
from reasoning, but I have meeting at the school house AND CAPITAL A C { 1
M ee *f.e.t L
l et Him. He COUNTS ____u________ 771,311 r -.- reM
Is my Father I Tuesday night. +This bank' capital consists "us
|ve Him and long to see Him Miss Francine Fisher, who has of 250 share of
Dle day. He will been school at Mont- common stock with
take me to his attending total par value of '25"- '
home and I shall be with verde, came home Wednesday because 000.00 ,. Soothes r .
I'm forever. of illness. MEMORANDA! :.. '

Mrs. Daisy Fisher and daughter I Pledged curltle. assets loaned and) (book*e. I ,/'>.::t'" ." '.,;.' ,; :
BOOTSEY'S BEACH have moved to Lake Butler ( value): pledged' A S o ';: _

By Mis. Elite where Francine will attend school O"c..r.d': and them'' .- 'fI' J
Crawford other llabllltle (Including -y l
; :
Mrs. Muriel Norman spent the y -
Houston ; note and bill.r.dl.counted *. I',.."'SLICro' ; ;
Hodges ot Milan Ga- week-end In Jacksonville.Mrs. and *e.eurltle NIt.

as d Mrs.visiting at the home of Mr. I. W. Plnholster spent )old agreement under)repurchase __. 137,149 NOW TWIN PACK LOAVESIY READ".f !';"' ri'
G. B. the \ "
Johna at Hampton visiting
ght of last Thursday Sunday TOTAL ..-,_____._.____ 531,149.08apledgedsassets "" ,;' 1 .
kiss Verge' week Casklns of I Leaston and Lacy Wynn8.I ( I.1 TWIN PACK WHITE-Two hall loaves white : fi-1'tt11r1:"" "1#' ,} .. ,/r i+

JacknVllJe pursuantto bread wrapped inside TWIN PACK './ ,if" ,' !; w 2: .... ', ,
tJ1 spent the week-end here I Religious Movie requirement of law 1',714.IS Individually. 'u : ::.;:: : ,
her _
mother, Mrs:' Jean Gssna. i TOTAL ___.____...__.. 1',714.11 wrapper.-- 1

Mr and Mr BUrt n Rosier 'i picture"Golgotha.version a of talking the life motion)and Secured and preferred ll. 2. TWIN PACK 2.IH.-JlIIUloa'whi.ebreadhaJf I ,J! .!;

d Mr. abllltle: loaf wheat bread. Both halves individually wrapped .{
and Mrg" crucifixion of Christ, will be
Robert of the
Rosier, (a) On date report .
I of Starke were visiting Mr. shown tonight (Friday) beginningat required legal reserve. and rewrapped i in TWIN PACK wrspper. L '- +:.

d Ibs. James 7:45: o'clock in the high school against.deposit__..of. this.__ Bread t '
Rosier Sunday. : bank wa -- 144.2567 TWIN PACK U an .. /M.i... Southern Bread feature. Aik ahIa! 3j
... .
and MrA"" were abovewhich .. ...
AUChter eligible a* you grower tot your favorite TWIN PACK loaf today!
Ruby. spent Sunday the Starke Woman's Club. A Ural, reserve amountedto I
ght In .., .. 4J',I706S
LIve Oak children matinee will be held at -- -
with relatives
Mr. I, W. B, E4well-P of STAYS FRESH LONGER Pf
and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan X: p. m.Soldiers. the above-named bank, do solemnly '
d funny of Jacksonville wear that the above statement I*
'e spent true and that It fully and corr..tly -
week-end here with M.... Suival1's Take ClassesHigh represents the true state of

11\8. mother Mr. Jean Ga school graduates now In 'mr the knowledge several and set matter forth and "to herein the best contained of- EXTRA HC3W ENRICHED WITH HEALTHFUL EXTRA

Mrs. :Mary Reddish of this sec- training at Camp Blanding will :, W. D. "JEWELUCorrect :

J* Is spending sometime 'with have the opportunity of working W.ere; RMiTII.MARCiJR ADDEDVALUE
[I'll. LIly Cone b attending F. BROWN, ADDED r
of Brooker. toward degrees l' W".. WALL VITAMIN
Ill'. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of classes at the University of FlorIda Director 1
reenwood ., The first soldler-studenU STATE OK FLORIDA VALUE
> were visiting! at the COUNTY OF UIIADFORD. a.: YOU GET MORE
me of Mr. and ''Mrs. G. B. to benefit from the arrangement !Sworn: to and. subscribed before)
hM Monday 14 men from the 106th me this Itch day of January 19417 FOOD ENERGY
night. are young
and I hereby certify that I am 9oS EXTRA
wM.. Reddish of this section Engineers who Jut week began an officer or director of this' bank THE ENEflOY VITAMIN EXTRA *
*. A..1. THOMAS Clerk of Circuit
r a visitor of study In
to Brooker atur. a 360-hour course Court County of Bradford. State of
| y ft rnoon_ drafting. Florida. t, ,

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f Saturday, February 1st Opening Day"r &, '
OF ALL TIMES Gates and Exhibition Buildings Open at 11 A. M. '' DISPLAYS"AND SIGHTS
New and Novel Daylight Fireworks Display 11:30 A. M.
F Radio Broadcast Direct from',Grounds- 12 Noon
Strawberry Auction 12:45:
FREE Free Barbecue All Festival Visitors Afternoon.
Judging of Strawberries and Fresh" Vegetables -=Afternoon
VAKBKUE Floridian Exposition,Shows.On Midway Day and Night
BARBECUETo *" Monday, February 3rd Farmer's Day
Gates and Exhibition Buildings Open at 1'P. M.
Judging of Livestock and'Poultry
All Fair Visitors Judging of Farm Products !1 r s ,. q elf
Floridian Exposition Shows on Midway
Opening Day AfternoonSATURDAY '
Tuesday, February 4th School Children's Day.
x FEB. 1 Gates and Exhibition Buildings Open at 12 Noon
All White School Children and Teachers of Bradford County
Admitted to Grounds Free '
Judging of School and Bo Scout Exhibits
WHO WILL IT BE? COME AND SEE! Children's Pet Show -4 P. M.
Floridian Exposition Shows on Midway
Coronation Of The "I Wednesday, February 5th Union County Day
,* Gates and Exposition Buildings Open at 1 P. M.
"STRAWBERRY QUEEN OF 1941"High All School Children,and Teachers of Union County Admitted to
Grounds Free ,
Honors and Awards to be Conferred Upon the Most
Judging of Woman's Work and Canned ,
Popular Preserves etc.
Lady as County Selected Citizens by the Votes of Bradford .<* Floridian Exposition Shows on Midway ,
"ir!*' Thursday,February 6th-Coronation Day
MANY OTHER AWARDS. AND PRIZES, I Gates and Exposition Buildings Open at 1 P. M.
Thursday : Coronation and Award of Honors to Bradford County's "Straw-
Night-February 6th >t berry Queen of 1941"-8 P.M.'

1 .... Floridian Exposition, February Shows' 7th on-..llIdwayFriday National Defense Day

,+ y County Wide Gates and Exposition Buildings Open at 1 P. M.
Special Military Program Night
PET SHOW Spectacular 10 P. M.] Aerial Bombardment,,and Warfare Fireworks Display

Any Kind of Pets Eligible to be .
entered by anyone under 18 years LOTS TO SEE LOTS TO DOLET'S
of age Novel and
Daylight Fireworks
FIRST PRIZE $5.00 Saturday Afternoon, '
9 -Ribbons For All Classes_ February 1

Fanners' Market Starke Feb. 1st 7th Dazzling Display Night Aerial Bombardment
4 p. m. Tuesday- Feb. 4 --- to .,

Friday, February 7