Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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IVeo; Postoffice-Dedicaiedj Negro On Serious Arrested Charge( LACK OF PUBLIC TOILET FACILITIES 1

Charlie Thomas, negro, In in {
the county jail on charges of DISCUSSEDWANT "JOINT"OCLOSEDmD WN; : "

largementlecessary rape and robbery. He Wall ar- '
rested Monday by Sheriff A O. ';1 f

Andrea after complaint by a 13- .

year-old Negro girt from Law- Lack of Suitable

tey, after her Sunday night ex- Routine Meeting: Shafkin to Open Location Holds Up ;4

perience with him., ..
School BoardThe
Jewelry Store Necessary Project
Ireen Says When he was arrested Thomas

had on his person' a large steel Bradford County Hoard of Workmen are busy changing Many important, matters came

nut with a heavy cord tied to It, Public Instruction met In regular the Interior of the building for- up for discussion "at the' City ,jJi.
Will Seek AdditionTo which. be bad used sea hammer session In the office of the night
the Denmark' Council meeting;
merly occupied by ,
Building ThatIs to knock people in the head and County Superintendent Monday, which was attended by Councilmen -
rob them. lie Is raid to have at 10 A..' M., with all members Furniture Co., putting a partition Edward, chairman;
Already Outgrown t W. M.. ;
gotten as much as .$SS: by this present: S. E. Sparks, chairman; through the center of It, H. A. Bishop 8. B., Sparks and "1

[ Frank Ellis of Washington. method. He will be tried In the J. S. Norman, and C. 8. Kelly thereby making two store Instead O. L. Beasley'
Circuit Court in April. A request from the Bradford
b. C., chief clerk of the U. S. of one. W. P, Smith and E. L. Matthew \.':
Thomas has lived In Starke, County Teachers' Association
Stall Service, representing PostterGeneral Both of these store will be *, representing the .Rotary '
Frank r but more recently worked for Hal that schools be dismissed at noon t'
C. Walker, : occupied by Louis Shafkin of Club, called the ''attention of the 4,
Edwards, turpentine operator at on February 7th for the annual
Delivered: the principal address at New York and Miami. He will council to the dearth of public t
Lawtey.Fellers; meeting, was unanimously granted. -
of the "postof- t
|he dedication new open the corner store on the toilet facilities In Starke-e.epeclr
lice Saturday moraine at 11 "Pretty,as a picture' is Starke's new postofflee building, but I 18th. and it will be a "high ally inadequate) now In viewof r b 1 ,

'cloclL, Other*'...taking] : part on already Inadequate in size because of the handing Boom. Congressman Stars The Board accepted the resignation class Jewelry .to....." He will: toe many visitor, soldiers ,, and 'i : '

Ihe 45-minute '' .program were: Lex Green has already started laying groundwork. for a gov- of Roy Green as' bus, carry a complete line of military civilian*-because of' our' proximity :: \

bongresaman Lex:: Green of ernment appropriation for an addition. driver and appointed S. R. Hicks uniform, shoe, hats, and every v to Camp Blandlng.. Mr. f'
Etarke. who Introduced Mr. Ellis; In his place. thing a soldier needs. During the Smith had had a talk wltbjOoL

fcol.I R. H. Kelley Executive Officer To Play, Blanding The Board, having; received a lat war Mr. Shafkin operatedthe O. W. McNeose at 'Camp" Bland-

at Camp Blandlng. repre- letter from the attorney for the largest military outfit storesat Ing. and the. Colonel had assured, t, I.
enUJl Major General J. H. Per- 1 American 011 and Paint Co. to Fort Jackson S. C. him that "unlen satisfactory

ioni, commander of the 31st Divllion. TM Here SundayMilitary the effect that they would accept In the east side of the store! toilet arrangements .*....-mad..",

who delivered a brief adfcrtst the return of roofing material Mr. Shafkin, plans to Open a ha would have to top the soldier r
Edwards chairmanf stored at Drooker Junior Starke la such
; W. M. High tavern and recreation center, from coming 'tot
the Board of County'Commls- Band Will School If the Board would pay which will open a week later large number, I

loners and tale an-of' the City Give"Exhibition at the freight, unanimously votedto than' the other store 'The1 Rotary 'Club' wanted 1 the

Council, who delivered the wel- A Bradford Park 'instruct the Superintendentto council to/'make provision for:this
loming address, and Postmaster '. Sus f ship the material back freight his Mr, Denmark Is moving Into emergency: Mr... Matthew suggested -
new store In the old post
l-red F. Stump, who presided. I '=a M Camp Blending Day has been prepaid. office building this week. that, if It was a matter of Ir. I
Kfayor W. N. Walnright, Jr., was officially proclaimed and will be Upon unanimous vote, the Su- Finance all the business men'now e
finable; to be present because of observe here Sunday 'the main perintendent wall Instructed to that they are making; more money

IInes8. A. W, Bates, bandmas- r attraction being;I an exhibition advertise for bids on the BOQ-gal Agent Announces than formerly, would be willing to

ler. and the Bradford Hightchool baseball game between the Camp Ion tank which Is not In use at Work Sheet Deadline help pay the expense.

band, furnished' three Y Y p 1'Y Sit + Blundlng AH-StuVB and, the Bob the Hampton school. The question-of where to place '* '

inualcal numbers., Feller All-Stars Of Palntka. Several teur&r were electedto County Agent T. K. McClane these facilities, seemed to be uppermost 1

I The Rev A. E. XJghtfoot pas- The game Is being staged under the various schools. of I he announced. today that4 farmers In the. mind of the //I(

lor of the Baptist Church de-, the auspices of the American County for the school year 1041- whose farm were not la the 1040 councilmen There was objection
I'verert' the Invocation and Rev. : Legion and will start at 2:30P. : 42, whose names appear elsewhere Lai the -court house as a Mite' and
It.I A Spencer of the Methodist: :: H'HDr >. m. on the B. II. S. athletic In thin Issue. Agricultural Conservation Program something apparently wrong with

'hurch pronounced the benediction will have until March 1 to all places suggested. However .

William C. Murray and field.A feature of the day's celebra- Some Teachers file work sheet for the 1041 "?- after lengthy discussion, a reaolutloa -

I'hll T. Vitsky, two. World war tion will be a band concert and gram. Thl/ applies only to those. was passed to the effect l
established W. B. Parks on new postofflee steps to admire baby I Named This Week, "nil of business .
'eterans who have Just pauses drill by the Camp Blandlng Military farms that were not In the 1040program. that places 'on a
the Southland Amusement! In carriage. Instead of the once-famous Blue Eagle, Starkeites now Hand. Baseball fan. will I the sewer lines must put In toilet

i'ark, added to the dignity and: go and come under the spreading wings of a beautiful white eagle also be eager to see Bob Feller, I elected The following to the various teachers schoolsIn were' I If to have their All' farm'farmers Included wishing In facilities." Another resolution ,'r
treasure of the occasion by fur-I billed as "ba eball'., greatest was passed after A., Hartman had
llahln f the county at the Monday the 1941 program are requested in for the,
free of charge their loud pitcher." agreed to put facilities
I meeting of the School Board: to come: to the county agent's of.
peak!'!" equipment. Red Jones former Southern soldier at .the SnpUlght, If the
Vanderbilt: Mr. Lois Muyes.principal lice before March 1 because: no )
I W; It. Edwards thanked '''Con'IreMmarV I League umpire will officiate. City would furs )( th* material. {
Miss Ruth tarn can!' ba", cntero .In .
; .tie; pro.gram' Xhe-
and thatrwaa-HBat 'City furnmh' *
Green-* orr lbl""; ttfrts I Additional" bleiachera;! are being
..;:'pTjfttlpal and teacher.Hampton" after hut 'dat&)', : --* .
In iwld, '18. w
postof- .
establishingthis 'new erected at the field, 'and there' Junior Inltlr!
tllght Mls" rmeiVparTlclpatln In the '
lice 1n Starke.Then Congress- e will be" dealing rapacity of ;8u'II- Upon recommendation of Fire
liiiin yrd Ophelia: Bryan. Mrs. Floy 1040 'program received, 'af>pr'oxl-
Green, a home-town boy 'de 1,700. Chief V. IT, Cardan, the Council
van, H. 11. Wiggins widely $12.000.. Those .
livered a brief address. He said r Admission will be 5Sc for!.I wtey. cooper'ullng voted to. order 300' feet of fire
1.a Hitch" : Mrs. In the 1041 will
Ihut he had "desired for many adults and 20c for children. program IIOHO. Chief Garden also sug-,
Helen Cody Mrs. George Roberts receive In the of
ears to see this day" From the t neighborhood ge led that the public could makeit
Mrs. Eunice Kelly Mr. $ I 1,000. Practically fll .
lime. when, 16 years ago, he went Florida Exhibit every r.ml'r.Jn much 'easier for the fIre-fight-
Futch Mrs. Blanch Ed-
Joyce Bradford County would be
Irom the county judgeship of era If they would not follow so
t wards, Mrs: Emma Hill, Miss able to for r
Ret HOme payment
liradford! County to Congress i Praised to ,Board closely upon the fire engine.. All
Catherine Young. his land If the
Ihat had been his dream. "We I Improving only the firemen, he' maid, could not
Marjorie Wilt, representing the. Graham: Mrs Ruth Frazier. farm were' signed up in ,the pro-
|live now realized that dream always reach the fire at the sometime
le said with just pride. "We (I Florida National Exhibit,, gave a I Crocker' Junior High: Melva gram. with tho engine and the : '

live In the greatest country; in brief report of her stewardshipto Harrell. Flora Alice wards. "It behooves every' farmer people rushing to, the 'fires 1 I f
Ihe world" said the Congressan the Board of County Commissioners -, MadeUne Crosby, Mr... Lora whose farm is not Included, Irr the blocked the traffic and made It I;
at their meeting here Whitten Mrs. Mamie Ruth Phillips to contact ,the 'r r
program county difficult ,
"and we are fully aware ofIt Mrs. for them to reach the
now with conditions In the Monday morning. She said that Mae Wells. agent's office at once so that he scene> Chief 'Alvarcx ',was> instructed ,
she wanted to let the Commissioners The faculty of B. II, S. will be ',
sure that his tennis Included -
varring nations as they are. The may to clear'the path for the I'j') ,
know what they were be named at a later dare thin Mr. McClane )I'
latlong are waiting to.see what, 4 year firemen.
merica la to ,do." Com- getting' 'for their money In the ald. "There I Is absolutelyno ob-
going The need of'some" police officerto
of slate advertising. Y..,M. C. A. Use the of
|llmentlng the President, Con- way to ligation whatever on part be In authority at night the
Mrs. Wilt showed pictures of the farmer. It is that the
iressman Green continued: "What W nian' C'ubArrangements same as Chief Alvarea I* daring '
the exhibit at the World's Fair in /government want to help each
Roosevelt says and '{ old build- the day was discussed. A' real I
ommands more Interest, and at Caught In the act o< moving their "effect* frond the NeW York; the one at the Cen- have been com- farmer Improve the soil on his night "captain," 'or "chief."' The .

tention than anybody else, in the Ing to the new building"are (left to right): Barney E. McRae Postmaster tury of Progress In Chicago; and pleted whereby the y, M. C A. farm and Is willing/ to pay him councilmen present could think of 1. I& I

iorld. When ..he'speaks throughhe Fred F. Stump Mrs. R.. S. Fernandez, and John H. Powell. the one which Is being shown will use the Woman's Club as for carrying out soil-building/ no police officer better fitted "

| press or over the radio the Mrs. Fernandez has worked in the postofflee "off and on" since 1900 continuously In Radio City, New headquarters In providing recrea- practices.' both by character and other qual-

I hole world listens.. It Is the .continuously since 1917.; York. tion forCamp Blending soldiers Farmers whose farms have ifications' than Ben Holxendorf.
lope of your' Government, your During the Chicago fair most during their visits 'Starke. changed In size are also requested nan I Is a''home boy, has ,been 'on

IcighBora and you that our pre- of Florida's tourists came from More complete plans and an to call at the county agent's office the force four year, has a clean
Chicago and during the New date will be announcedIn at the first opportunity to
are ne88 may be so Imposing opening record, and was unanimouslychosen
hat York fair most ot the visitors the future.Chamber. record these changes. "
we may not have to enter near all "night chief.
ii Ie rt b1ia I come from New York, all because Pawn broker' license
| war but we must be pre- was.
Il\d.!: Starke la in the shadow of the exhibit Mrs. Wilt rained to |5OO.

|Bone/ of the largest training claimed. Of CommerceIs The councilmen discussed the
"We give them accurate information 1 I'',
iunpg 1ia
in need for
the world* sued theongressman { more adequate taxI
," the speaker stated service In Starke. And two men ,ut' :t 1 "
"We don't tell them that Iti Now 6 Months Old '
Then Mr. .Green paid I high from Arcadia desiring: to, lnau'f ,,,
Inbute to the management and i never gets hot or cold down (jurat* taxi service here'put pep 6

|nlstd) men at Camp Blanding, here. We tell them the truth"I The Chamber of Commerce Is only expennn. Of course, the I Into the discussion. The newcomers

lyIng that they co-operated with __ I still In Its swaddling clothes, Legion will continue to hold their claimed that the councilmen
|trke and Bradford County in Boy Scout Week just six month young on Tuesday meetings in the Hall./ were under no more obligation to

frrerything for the betterment of Coming UpThe January 28-but it Is Just In this new recreational project keep down competition In taxi t"J
'e community. '"Thecoopera.. about the healthiest youngster there will be one male supervisor service than In any other sort, of

on of the officials and- enlisteden week of Feb. 7 through one ever saw for Its age. It Is who'wlU be a full-time business,,

| at Camp Blanding U all that Feb. 16 has been designated a. a living, breathing, growing organization worker; and tinder him will be One of the high-lights of the \
"uld be expected by'' anybody, : JA Anniversary Week for the or- pulsating with life two men and four women. All of meeting 'was the visit of five I *.

nywhere at any time. Then he ganization of the Boy Scouts of and,vigor, them will be experienced recreation ladle of the town, who represented -
l JOke of the "magnificent court America. By our celebration of An outstanding accomplishment workers and all of themat no organization But who

use, one-half of which camem this anniversary thin will have of the Chamber of Com- least, the women-will be college have only the beet Interests of

our Government;i".. the' Cityall safe. BlanchardLaw been the thirty-first year of the merce was brought to light last graduates. They will teach the community at b_art. They ,
the school. the reads the Worst Job was moving the mammoth while McRae tars Institution of the Boy Scout week in a long-dUtance: tele- the soldiers various kinds of were Mrs., F. H. Long -Mrs. J.. L..
rmory. the .Farmer :Market roU. up his sleeve! and give a tug Barney movement in America. phone conversation between games, at no expense whatever to Peek. Mrs E. K. Ferryman. Mrs r

VI I of which had been placed here to keep it from slipping back from whence it came., The program will be as folLows State Recreational Director. E. Starke. Floyd Green has offered W. B. Sewell and Mr* HUdabell I

Wrgtly .by Federal .funds. We -- : On Sunday morning all the Leo Andrews, of Jacksonville, the use of his lots adjoining the Bence. 'They came before tb,1 4

f Jolce that we are 'AmericanUsen I Serum Scouts from Troop 70 in- uniformswill and Mra. Evelyn Stephens. Executive building for out-door game. This ,council.to aee If they could toot F

*." ,be exclaimed. Meningitis Scare I Hog Cholera unite at the Baptist- Church Secretary; of the Cham ame group will also supervise "get rid or' a.certain: "Joint"; In.town .

Cat. Kelley,. executive officer of mental No Longer Free at a "special morning service at ,ber. dances for enlisted men. ; which they caned by.n&mej. 1
DIp..llla..I"'COI that he There 'wa. a slight U o'clock." This conversation revealed the Glancing back over the put six .They resented the fact that It had 4

..tnrebal..there. were) only hurry, 'recently over the pros County Agent T. K. McClure On Sunday evening 'all memo fact that a WPA_ recreational month, Mr*. Stephens tell something been 'run away. from Camp "

o 'fcoldlersi;' that*.w W there era peas" .of an '.epidemic In :thla >1- has been advised by the State bers of Troop '70 wilt\ meet in project tit to open within the ; of the progress of the Elandrng as not being fit fbr the,,

.000 soon win be :ao.ooo., and but It was all quieted Livestock Sanitary Board that uniform at the Presbyterian next week or ten days In the Chamber of Commerce since its soldiers, and yet bad been "put

July there will likely be 60.- vtnlty. week. Out on the 31, no more free Church for the evening service American Legion Hall "the Inception. Since July 28, 1940.- down In the middle of our town.. ,.'
men there.* "We hope aid down'"y lost effective after which there will be a tea first of Its kind in the United when the organization w& re- Chief Alvare said be bad alreadymade
Colonel, "that our relation old Ktagsley Lake road one case hog cholera serum will be distributed and social hour. States," said Mrs. Stephens, "to born--l h e Executive Secretary several arrest there.

ith Starke will grow better and of spinal meningitis was discovered ,, but that serum and virus On Tuesday the chapel hour bt approved for an: army post." has rented rooms or houses for I"Could !It not be ,declared a ) S

tter. Colonel Kelley said but Dr. L. H. Jennings will be distributed for full cost. will be devoted to aspects of the The local post has kindly per- more than 5,000 persons. This nuisance the women wanted to

ere would be at Camp Bland- : and Dr. M. B. This will run the cost of vacci- Scout program. On Wednesdaythere mitted the u eof its Hall a* a has been free of charge-no coat ,,know "No.' seemed to be the
g men from the South and county physician They to above 25 cent per will bea special chapel recreational center for !soldiers. either to the guests or the room- concensusof opinion. They" .
action. nating up
om New England.' "I consider it Herlong: went into head, depending entirely upon program In which scouting will There will be writing desks, magazines ing-Houses. "Never more than five didn't have 'enpucn oa tbem.

):onor.- said the Colonel. ,"to called the State Board of Health, the sire of the hog to be treated.All be given due recognition. AM tot comfortable :chain etc. limes In any one night have I "How, many arrests do the police ,

on the same platform with and a physician and a sanitaryman advised that the program for, the rest of the It la thought that the furniturewill gotten out of bed to find somebody ,have to make 'asked the Rev* "{

gresamao.'Green. He,has my from Jackson villa.came Im farmers wIuTwhlch. are to buy free week members of the troop will be built by the NY A, though a room." said Mrs. Stephen ''E. A. LlKhtfooC. Baptist minis. ;
arm funds another that U not yet a certainty. The *, "and never later than 1:30A. : ter who was present at the meetI *
support In everything; that the child was ted and there U keep In touch with one .
mediately., and serum are "b& the M. three-fourlhs of log, "before It be' declared
IM" build nj this section." asMo when it will and with the Scoutmasters and city of Starke will furnish Perhaps I 'may ,:a
After Colonel' KeUey. brief ad- taken to St. Luke' Hospital I no be indication available again. with the patrol leaden. material used, which will be the (Continue On I"ae Eight) I (Continued! On, Page. Eight>

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I sakes and for the sake of society against BITS OF BLiNDING IIUMORfroth "The Dixie" Sapp Sunday afternoon. Parking Meters Here
I Mrs. F. S. Sapp attended churchat
The Bradford County Telegraph whom they have tinned. Let us "give the Pine Level Sunday. I I Bert Mlxon representing

; KKUbUnned 1817 devil his due," and: not kick ,further down I Mrs. Leila Parrish was visiting Dual Parking :Meter Company i

. and Entered as 80- those who have accidentally fallen into mis- you WEAR Mr. and Mrs. Mancle Clemoneand afternoon Oklahoma City froth \Whl
rebU.hed Weekly oa Friaay. "AND HOMEY; K SURE J. A. Harnage Monday -
at the Pont Office at SUrke, FU.8UBSCRIITION fortune. Let us in truth "live in a house Starke secured Its parking i
eD4 Class. Matter several -
spent de-
p'' by the side of the road, and be a friend to IDOWTWANT the week days here
r- --- CORRECTLY past buying
r y : BATH In man." YOUR/ ? RISING I some of the material I
f Yearly, $1.75; Six Month. IFI.Oo-l."yaJle By Mrs. II. II. Lewis Install the meters. need
i Advance. Advertising Rates on Application SOME (NASTY OLE SERGEANT/ he will be Mr
I ready to
e Bob Harrla of Jacksonville waa I
No Need For Corn pulsidn
the meters
VEL LINGJ2RE'SS RI6-Hrr: visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner within the hex;
BIBLE VEUSE In Describing Local BusinessA TQ BE Saturday. days.

"For promotion cometh neither from group of Jewish refugees from Ger- AT YOU/ Miss Mary Elizabeth Mongueof

the east nor from the west nor from the many, now living in Jacksonville, are re Starke spent Tuesday night
Lord putteth down one and set- sponsible for this story: with Miss Lucile Crosby. r
south. The
a Mrs. Hazel Paulk of Jackson-
In Germany if someone asks a mer- t rS
teth up another.Proverbs.TIIOUGHT ville spent the week-end with her I
q chant how his business is, and he is not parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter

FOR THE WEEK over-enthusiastic in his reply, but hems and t ./i F Underbill. rI
' :Mrs. Jessie Morgan Is staying:;
be bet-
haws and talks as if business might
M Nothing in this world ever merely "hap- awhile with Mr. and Mrs. George
It is true that the Devil is the "prince ter, within a few minutes the police will l F l e y e t Reddish of Hellbronn. r
i pens. the Lord is walk into his place of business and say to Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
of the power of the air"; but and little son, Wayne Hanford,
No in- him sternly, "Business is good in Ger-; 4
still the Ruler of the universe. r 7t1r spent the week-end with Mr.
dividual business can long prosper with- many"! and take him to jail. Thomas' parents, :Mr. and Mrs. OF SOUTHERN TWIN Pl
Also, if someone asks, "What do you r ,r Bob Thomas. BREAD'S POPULARITY |
out the Divine approval. think of Herr Hitler,"? if he makes a slight- ; Gus Fredlca left for his home (ft..MI limn i "d., n 're')
M 1. This is what took place durhJ
r in Plant City Friday. .
ing remark, if the person happens to be a recent survey to discover what f
Mrs. Luther H a r r e 11 of
To Save A Few Steps, era families think about Sou
l foreigner, he is put in prison for perhapsten Brooker spent the week-end with Twin Pack Bread.NOW .
' We Ruin A Kcauliful Lawn years, but if he is a German he is ex Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby.Joe .
'- "You can take a man out of the country ; Sutera returned home Sun sail
country out of ecuted.The day after spending a few days j
but you can't take last part of the story has nothingto with hln. family In Brooklyn N.
a man," is a trite saying that is capable of do with this story; because we merely SUNNY.IJROOFAlllU Starke were visiting Mr. Brown'smother y.A

}broad application. When we were "kids"back want to say, and without any compulsionfrom Mrs. Arts Brown Sun- large crowd enjoyed the sing
instead of going aroundthe lly BUM Araula Crosby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R
/ in the country, the outside, that "business is good in day.Therb
R. night
"main road" to the neighbor's house, I Mrs. Arch' Dobbs and daughter will be church services I Crosby ;
Starke. In addition to fifty of sixty new
at Corinth Church Sunday and
of the State Farm were
the Myrtle I
we would take a cow path, go through employees being put to work on Call Street guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Alton Sunday night. Everyone Is cor- FLA. STATE FARM
g chicken lot or cow pen, or "blaze a trail" of alone since the boom began, and six or eight Dobbs Sunday. dially invited to attend. By Miss Alary Townsend.

x, X', our own in order to save a few feet. Have new businesses being established, people are Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tindale daughters Mrs. Annie'Carrie.Alvarez Jaunlta, and and R. H. Cox and Mr. and MraV.
y ever gotten over this idea of "short spent Sunday afternoon In Gaines N. Geiger are attending the
we still advertising for both male and female Joe Ann, spent last Wednesdaywith
Illi cuts"? ville. Mrs. C. C. Crosby and State Fair In Tampa.
help both white and colored. ask-
They are
Miss Iris
Mary Ella Ward spent the daughter Araula. Mrs. G. E. Crews,
i The courthouse has a beautiful lawnor ing "Where can I get a meat-cutter, or a week-end in Crescent, Ga. Crews and Calvin Williams were

could have, if we "country-men," ,benton grocery clerk, or a waitress?" W. R. HaL lop and son, Fred, GUM BRANCHBy shopping In Jacksonville Monday. 2.ny. Interviewert Is your mother Good in? morning I'm roil)
and accustomedto ,were transacting business In Mr. R. H. Cox Is enjoying a opinions Southern Twin Pack
saving time and energy, Business is good in Starke. Mr.. Edd Fairish pa
Gainesville Mo'hday.Ml visit with relatives in Orlando and I'd like to know what she i
"short cuts" back in the country, would s Nona Brown has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Circle Meeting of it.
; only "keep off the grass." Lindbergh Lays Himself Open her home after spending .several were visiting Mr .and Mrs. J. S. Circle Number two jot the Bap- Boy: Mother. .isn't in, but 1 11
months In Lake Alfred. Sapp Monday. tist W. M. U., met at the home can help you
Without going into the mathematical To Public
Suspicion Mr and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Mrs. W. F, Harnage la spend- of. Mrs. A. W. Bates Wednesday, isa
problem "the square of the hypotenuse ofa Could it be possible that:the young hero and son, William were In Gran- ing a while, with her' soninlawand January 29. Five visitors at-
right-angled triangle is equal to the sum of the "Spirit of St. Louis," who was the din. Sunday. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. tended the meeting. ,
Ira Branning, Earnest Hill and M. McRae, of Pine Level Friends of Miss Mary Cald-
of the of the other two sides, let first in
y squares person history to make a "soio" Vernon Shoupe spent the week Miss Marie Sapp spent Thurs- well. Mra. J. H. Dudley and Mrs.L. .
, us merely state that in ''cutting across the flight across: the Atlantic in an airplane, end in Marianna. day night with her sister, Miss E. Prince will be glad to learn
I' court house lawn, instead of going around on the "Columbus" of the air-who had such a Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly Hazel Sapp of Starke.W that they are recovering from
and children, Vancllle and Shir- R. Alvarez of Starke was attacks of'flu.Scout.
the concrete side-walk, we save only threeor wonderful start in life who had not only all ley, of Pine Level were visiting transacting business In this sec- Meeting

four steps. America, young and old at his feet but the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and tion Monday. At the weekly scout meetingheld

Now, if we would only walk those few entire civilized world besides--could it be family Sunday. Miss Elnii Conner spent Mon- at the club house, Monday
Miss Doria Dyal attended the day with her sister, Mrs. F. S. plans were made to send rep-
''it' extra steps on the good concrete walk, the possible that this man would turn out to be Woodman meeting I n Trenton Sapp. resentatives from the local troopto 3m I heard her talking about r cl
authorities could re-sod that eye-sore that the arch fifth-columnist of America worse Thursday night. Mrs. Francis'Shaw and chil- the Boy Scout, field meet in Aunt Emma yesterday. She said
w we have made with our, shoe-soles, put', a even'than Benedict Arnold or Aaron Burr? Horace Smith and Graham dren spent Sunday with her parents Lake City. The plans will be because wrapped,each half only loaf have i it to scptnJ opal
Byrd of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs., L. L. Conner discussed further at the next you
around keep off in the future Even half loaf at a time and the nihni
s' itvto us a good politician, or a first-class I Mr. and Mm. C. C. Crosby Sunday meeting at which time several of good and fresh. She told in?if
: and make a beautiful velvety lawn where demagogue, would look around and see I afternoon. J. C. '.Sapp of Sampson City the. younger.scouts will endeavor that stays she lever has any sub I
1, there is now only dirt. Now that we are' whic; way the crowd was.;Jgoitfg, and then r Mr. aid I ':.Mrs: ,Fate Brown of was Malting. Mr., and Mra. ,J, S. to.paas their tenderfoot tests.To waste any more.' *

city folks, we must put away our careless, go iiTthat direction: in order to'',kid himself ?

i ways. And now that Starke is a city, it and fool the people into the idea that the I

must shuffle''' off its small-town visage as people were following him. But Colonel '

rapidly as possible. Lindbergh has not even shown that much entertain your

judgement. Or has he? Could he have some

ii A Man In Jail ulterior, motive: in,his: attitude, as evidencedby ,

Is Still A Human Being his interviews and his radio speeches. thirst pause and ? ,

We hear a great deal of talk these days and congressional: investigations? Else, why. 4.another Yes,housewife folk)---and who that's has(he put i s j j'la

about the "big brother" idea, but when it would he seem to prefer the praises of '# tS.% Xl. her,i tale bread worries by I

comes to seeing it being actually put, into Hitler and the condemnation ,of all loyal, Southern her,.its oven-freshness;Twin Pack Bread i it sealed R il

practice, that is quite another story. We red-blooded Americans, to the praise of I- a cause each half.is separately e ONAsk"your II

have a very good alibi for passing up the America,and. the wrath of Hitler. >x, Pack Bread grocer today!for Extra Southern hcalthfe!
lame, the halt and the blind with their' tin We wonder why! cause it's now ntrlettJ with y*
B<-yau get mart food eutrgj-
cups. We can simply say: "Well, you know eo

there are so many beggars on the streets Church Attendance Booming Too, t'F

these days that if one gives to all of them And Services More InspiringDid t

he won't have anything left for his own you ever try to read;an essay to a w

family," and then we consistently refuseto few :rows of empty benches? Did you ever,

help any of them. when you were in High School or College, a 1

ar But giving to charity is not the only go out and practice your declamation on _

way one may practice the "big brother" the poor, defenseless stumps and trees? Did

idea with his "down-but-not-out" friends. you ever write a painstaking short story

Everyone need friends-nobody quite 80 just for the consumption of the waste bas- LS : 2 Twin Pack LM
much those who have ket? :
as none. The one 1., TWIN PACK WIIITB-T.
time when a fellow feels the most like tak- Well, there is a great deal more "kick"or L IIMVM wrapped. whit.Inside bread TWIN mdm:- PA

ing his own life is when he thinks his last inspiration in any of those things than wupprr U
friend on earth has gone. So the best way there is in a minister's standing in the pul- whit. bread. hull !10" ..h...
individual' ) ""
'Sgfei Both b.lve.
to be a big brother to a person is by being pit and undertaking to preach to resoundingwalls g an? S and nwrapped in !TWIN; 1

his friend-not by giving him a loaf. and scores of empty wrapper
pews. Twin Pack il an .",/",;" _,,
Bread-physical bread-may not be what Among the many by-products of the Bread your hmmce feature.Twm Ask tour 104 a''' "

the man needs, or wants. What he needs Starke boom is increased attendance at the

is a friend. ,Someone to love him, respect various churches of the city. It is a real

him believe in him, have faith in him trust thrill to go to church these days and see SoutheriBread

him. Many times he can help himself out the crowded, pews. Theo minister gains inspiration -
cC his difficulty if he has the sympathy of from seeing new faces in his con- i K r rfL

some trusting friend. "I had a friend," has gregation. He can.prepare and deliver more

been given as the direct answer .more than interesting:and-helpful,sermons under such .

(once by great men in answer to those who inspiration; the choir sings more sweetly; A -

would know the secret of their success. and the entire service goes off more

Believe it or not, Ben Rowe, the jailor, smoothly.The .

practices this "big brother" idea. When churches are places refuge from

tuked last week for news regarding those the worry and hurry, and hustle and bustle,

who were 'arrested during the past week of the busy, 'work-a-day world. Places of

he hedged hemmed and hawed, and then let amusement are. ''filled to 'their utmost ca-
it be known in so many words that he was pacity; the restaurants are so'crowded that / When you lift 'ice-cold bottle of Coca-Cola l1

a big brother to those poor men in jail. In one can scarcely squeeze in for a sandwichat pz to your lips z' can taste its quality.andfeel ** EXTRA *

other words, he felt that the more publicity lunch time. The postoffice clerks are ADDEDVALUE

' a man in trouble receives the worse over-worked, the 'gas stations, garages, its refreshment. Thirst asks nothing

it is for him. grocery stores are all busy. Why not some- k S __ '
There doubt Igar more. So when you pause throughout the
are no many firstoffenders one sponsor a real "go-to-Church" move c4

who. "slipped" unintentionally into sin ment-not a "go-to-Church" Sunday, but a ] day, make it the pause that refreshes with
i'' and crime who, if ,handled rightly will say movement, for every Sunday in the year, YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY 7in1iNow

and mean, and carry out their resolution, unless providentially hindered? ice-cold Coca-Cola.

1 "NEVER AGAIN"! Perhaps this 1 class We can think of nothing that woulddo IMICHIO WltliliULVITAMIN

t-P} should be protected; but those who are for- more to bring true and lasting prosperity

ever and eternally violating the law shouldbe to ,Starke than "honoring the Lord,"' both. BOTTLED UNDER! AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA: : COMPANY BY

[ unmercifully exposed, both for their own with our lives and with our substance. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. TilE EIEIOYFE T1711I1era..ara


N 7 1941V.


prior to .aid. return date. Wltnesa Dth Street and State Highway I ford County, Florida and the seal tlonca. .la unknown. 48S feet thence run South ut 4))",
my hand and official .>al at No. 13. North-went 488 feet ,
Journal a run along or said Court.tP'b'ICIAIj You are hereby notified to ap- feet thence Tan Kiutt
Bradford High Starke. Florida, thla 19th day of Mouth side. of Silt Htreet 495 feet KKAL) A. J. Thomas Boar to the bill of complaint flied to Point of be lnnlnci and nlsnhenlnnlrBT .' '.
t\FI:\ j'JiAtJi'AL to Lake Street: thence run ttouthvait Clerk. aKttlnnC, you' In paid cause, An or at the Northeast. corner > .
) A. J. Thomas along east, edice of Lake'r i:. I... Ferryman.hollcltor before the first Monday In March of NWA" of NKJ4 of Section 1\\ .
rierte of Circuit Court of Bradford Street 120 feet thence Knst:' 341))I ; Complainant.. the same. being the 3rd day of sala 7. Tp. 7 H. n. 23 moo and thence ,.'
SIX FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1041H County Florida. 1-11 4t S-21 feet to State Highway No. 13,' 1-31 4t 2-Jl D. 141. by entering run Mouth 2IS feet 4hanoe> run
VME NO. thence North along: Went aide : nrlh"f': nr In the office. of West 488 feet hence run North
of ....Id lllirhwny! 185 feet to the Cli-rK of the Circuit Court: In VIS feet thence run Meat ItS r
OUIALST1 IN 1 TIIH rntrt'iT COURT POut point of bCKlnnlno, In St3<4 of IN TIIH rmc-rrr COMIT.' KHIIITIIJIDICItl. and for Bradford County, Florida. feet to point of beginning. all I '
S. love with someone" ? lilt 'U"'OIlU IOUMTY. FLORIDA. NWVi\ arid SWW-. of NW4! of Section (IKfUlr' OF .....UII. on or before said date; otherwise l>..ln*, In Tp. 7 H 1U "IU't.. 'I
-in-Chlef Jack Halle Muriel Simpson: "Make Love IN CIIANCKHY., 2$. Twp. 6 A. It. 22 Rast. ll.%, IN ANU! FUR 1IR.,I>FORItonvrv > to suffer ill-fault herein sltuatxil I n, Bradford. County I
J. T. Quigley and I.. A. 1>...vl.Complalntant. That suit has. been filed In the Florida:
Betty Green With a Guitar" Is it "I .. Circuit Court of IT IS Ft'RTHKU OIIDKUKD: ,
Ly Editor or WishI Klfrhth Judicial
.SS cash, a. t
hat this notice be published once at private wale, for 1333
Circuit for Bradford
Opal Peele Was Single Agaln''rMartha .V.- County; : Florida n. DIM each week for four onnpecutiveweeka file In the ;
o sports James. Plchles. et *1 wltereln I J. T. Uulwley and L. per petition now t>is '
Buddy DavU 1)efedant.; A. Davis are. complainants and the ,, rialuiitMarfe In the Bradford CountyTelegraph :: I office of said County Judge, this
Sports Mathews -
: "There I BILL above named Individuals a newspaper of icen- January flth, A. I). 1841. .
Sadie Prince Jo'nbtl.r'nmV! CLOUDS. or personsnre K Dill eral circulation In said County of I
Points I Go. or maybe It's "It Makes TITLH named a. defendants; and that Defendant T. Frank indrum, ,
p 'N Peep Grace Green No Difference Now." NOTICW IS'" HKHKBY GiVEN TO: satil suit waa Instituted to quietthe ORMKK OK1 SERVICE Bradford.W1TNKS3. Guardian of Mack Putchew I James Plcklvn. Mary J. Mitchell, title, remove clouds from the NOTICE TO APl'UAH my hnml and official Anthony Andrews.
&: Scout Buck McMillian: "Down Luther D. Fuller and Emma K. title., and for other relief a. to the Th. Btate of Florida) : seal this, :.Ird day of January. A. 1-10 &t7 ,
.. Melba Moody By: b'uller Mary D. RlMlnir and Lottie land. hereinbefore described and To Marie K. Dill Residence Un. U. 1241. _
Club Lillian Barnes the Ohio. or Is It "If I Could'st I. FlemingHenry Tlmmons, Caroline owned by complainants; and tocancel known: (OFFICIAL HKAL A. J. Thoma., IN TIIH (-uitcs'rr CO!....... CI4iIITH i.
Irle Crews But Kiss Thy Hand. Oh Babe"? : R U. Tlmmons, J. N. Moore and annul the claims of all It Is hereby ordered that you Clerk of Circuit Court. ""It"'I" tIItt'Il't' n. Fl.01t- .'
apMe* Mary N. Moore, Jacob John.*, Mary persons or corporation. Interested are required to appear on the 3rd John J. Henderson. Ksq, lilt. IN A Kill FOR BHADFOHU .j
e Marie> D. and Betty Green: "Prenlsi. or bet-; O. A. Johns Ida John. Drown and or claiming. an Interest In said day of March, A. I). 1041. before solicitor for plaintiff 1-81 4t 3-Jl t'Illw.; IN CHVNCKRY.. I "
ter yet "I've Got the Camp' Mlllard Brown. Alice L. John.. lands airalnat complainant's title; the above ..ntltl..d1r1urt, to the -- H. 10:. Oilom. l
Ferrd Jonas Mary C. Brown Mary C. A, Brown .and to enjoin the assertion of any bill of complaint filed. against you Plaintiff.I
__' Louis Jordan handing Blues." Hebron Brown, and N. n. IlaRvr- such claims or Interest In the lands in the above entitled ...."..; and lid THaI n |TNTV JI'|)( N''' ('tn'""', -vs. No. till '
nian, and to each of the above herein. above described; IN AlKIt F.011 IUUFUItUt'OIN.'Y
Bradford i ihereby la
County Telwirraph" F.
A. Edgar Wilkinson Clara Flume: "May I Never named Individual*, If alive, and If And you and each of you and Oenlsrnuted. ) a. the newspaper ; .. .. )IIII> \. Kmnia DefendantOIIDKIi. Mom < .
9 teclal Reporters Love Again," or is It "Practice dead to their unknown heirs, de- all of you, and all persona here In which this order shall be IN TMM. MATTKIl OF: : UF "'ERVf' (. 1 i'i :
Makes I vlaneM, legatees, or arranteen. of inbefore named and referred to published. once a week for four t11'AnHIANIHiP OF WILLIAM NOTICK TO APPHAH; ,
Parker '
Townsend, Jeanette Perfect" ? each and every of the above named and all parties. In Intercut are ordered coitNeoutlve weeks. ANTIKNY AM1H1CWH, A MINOR TUB 8TATH OF FLORIDA; 'f'
personal defendants and to all persona and Heal lii'IIM (II" (tI'.tltiE 5 s.tI.I'l <1-.1-
Michael Dew: "Scatterbrain required to appear In Witness my hamt and the TO: Emma ), (Mom, Address Un
having or claiming any In- said cause on Monday the :Srd day of this court at Htarke, Florida. Take Notice: known.
or Is It "Dear Ole Golden SchoolDays" terent In the following doHcrllied of Mnrch, A. 11. 194*. to answer this 27th day of January, A. l). Tlutt the "n".r.htn.,1rlunlhln It I. hereby ordered that you-
tonal InndK, lying and being" In Bradford auch bill of complaint w e"hlblt..daKKln..t 1H41 IntomlH tu apply to the Hnrmruhle era rcmilrnl to appear on the >rd_
rMary County, Klorlila, and more par you an defendants. falllnw (OFFICIAL sl'\I.) A. J. Thomas, to:. K. Perr7intn County Judge of clay of March, A. ]>. 1S4I before
SKEMS TO l1Jhere's : Townsend "I Hear ticularly Uescrlbud. aa fullowa, tu- which, therein' ,. a decree ofthin Cleik of the Circuit Cuuit. llrndford llInl)'. KlurMo, at the the above entitled court to the bill ,I
: oll'd
IT a wit: : office of Ihu oaltl Ooonly JiKlve In againpit.
will be entered againstou. O. A. Stephens.Plaintiffs; of complaint filed, you In IJ
something In everyn Rhapsody." In the Town of Starko: Beginning Attorney 1-81 4t 9-11 the CVmnty (Vnrtlioimo at Hinrke.Klnrlila the ..buv" entitled causei and ;
110 feet South of the In- at 10:011: A, M. o'clock on "Bradford County Telegraph" I.
makes It Is
i believe that Enos Hayes and J. K. Den- tertiectlon of 8th Street and State notice be further puCllMhed nrt.rpol that week this IN 'r....} cinrTr"coi'HT, OF TIIMIK.II Kobruury It). IW4I, for an orderaulhorlmlttK hereby designated as the newspaper I '
[want to be better than heut mark: "Begin the Beguine" highway' Mo. It, and run Kiuit fur four (4) tiinHccutlve weeks a. In : 'rii JII MI t I. ( .It"'I' INM the sle| of the follow t In whl<'l, this order shall ne published .r
In 100 fut to land of Mm. Catherine a piihllMhed' In and having ,\ I-.It IIII'U..RII II''ItI"l.911 Inw real. rslate. of Ut 11 linn AnthonyAmlrowa. One" n. week for four unti* :
| there's also a tendency (Artie Shaw collectively), or Is Davlit thence South 120 feet to I a newHimpor general circulation I In Bradford I I> \. IN t'IIN<'K.IIV.M a to I nor, i lo-wlt: iAn BHcutlve weeks.WITNKSH .
lone to make others get: It "Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Block "C" of N. J. Jon....' Addition (County Florida to-wit: Bradford :-: ,TICH!1 TO\ IIKFKNI' : : i ANT lirullvliliMl' o..t bird In- my hand and the seal 'I't
ot' him and : to the Town of Hlarke, County Telegraph. Thomas J. McKennu term In un.l to: the H lit r.>f HIO'luf of this court at mtarke, Florida.this .
feirong Impression Bar" rWork t themeV'p about 10O( feet to I Plaintiff I HKl, of anil W'uof Xlth, day' of January, A. 1>. f'
he's something that he Slate highway No. 13. thence i I Pone and ordered a t Hlarke, -vs- i HWV, l.f SWM onof8 Section l It, 1(141.
Ncnlli along Hald I Iliifhwuy I to the TlMidfiiril I'"tv. Florida thin the I! Mary McKenna., I II I nil In T'I"| 7 H. I it. 21 I']..; ntsouoKliuilnir (OFFICIAL 8I3AL> A. J. Thomas, ,
Isn't. Under point of lii-KlnnlnK, In SKVi lit 3Ulh day of Fotiruaiyi 1941. I DefendantIN at the SouthuitKt rornor > Clerk. of the Circuit Court. 11 f'I
then know something Way NVt Sfi'. 28, Twp. U 8. It. 2J: WlTNr'HK the Imn.l of A. J. I : T1M3 NAMk! Ol P' THU HTATMlOK of the HWi4 of lIe, HK'U of A W. (:Chudwlck Jr., St. AiiKUstla" ,
you I inet: ; and aleilhgin ( "''''nm,,". Clerk of the Circuit (Court ,| 1.'I..n IlIA. OllKKTINOS-: : Maid HIT 11 Inn C tutu hence run 1"iorldii., I'lalntlffa Attorney.
know It. but If you don't, On BradcohianWork \ III Sunlhwent Corner of Klarhth Judlrlnl ClrpuU, for HIMH- TO\ Mary McKentm. whone ri-rl- < Ni t II, 4JT feet. ."..".... ,-i Veet _1-11 lit I-U

won't get very far In this !

[world not hlnk riends person only be you trying but something that be do.will cast to tries make make aside.he to a from'putor isn't peo-bigot three should Bradcohlan nothing, weeks.has be on serious!reading been the Bradford 1941 started them happens.Issue High's in and of about annual the we if- RULES ITS CLASS( IN ROO.MINESS I'

himself In the long run. follows The staff haa been named as ....
Jack Halle. :

(mentary Echoes ews.Edltor-In-chlet-Martha Mat- See How the BIG NEW FORD OUTMEASURES H

Assistant Editor-Betty Green. '

TIIK TOY STORE Joke Editor-Sadie Prince.

e have At our a toy activity store In period our and Feature Mary Townsend.Editor-Iris Crews :I All Low Price Cars..Drive It and Discover a Great New 'Ride '

practice buying and selling. Business Manager-Louis Jor-
storekeepers are elected.
dan. '
I storekeepers have a cashr '. -
and each customer. 'hasal Advertising Manager -Grace : ,
0 .
pieces of money. They Green. "S. '

\ Is real. After the toys Circulation-Alta Smith! and ..If .

ought we play with them Dorothy Alvarez.

another group of children There must be a fifty cents

have their turn at buying. deposit on at least one hundred

things have been learnrrt before they can be printed. so

this study. The outatandjthlngs see either Dorothy or Alta at SHE TIIK 11.13 WITH THE

learned are: reading your very earliest opportunity.The .

tags. learning money val- cost will be only 11.50 this

I making change and cour- year and we hope to have evena 3s

I habits. We are asking our big improvement over the

Jits to allow us to assist In 1940 edition. J,,

fg for our home so that we

better learn the thingst
( in this unit of work. I

-First Grade Children. Kid DayThe

Miss Ruby Lllley, teacher.
annual "Kid Day" the

day set aside exclusively for seniors -
j>ortance of..Cues to do their frollicklng is go- '

I the primary one learns his I Ing-Vto be February ,14.i Insteadof .' 1 4G ;i .- Meet the man with the 'Measuring Stick"
March 7, as previously set. AA
t's and p's and q's but have See for yourself how Ford stands head and
ver stopped to think that' The present plans are to leave I
rough life one must learns i the chool: about 9:00: o'clock shoulders above the rest In size and roominess

we's and cues? All actors Friday morning and travel to this year I

u their cues when they are nearby Goldhead Branch State %HAS r
on the stage. Was it not Park, where the Seniors will I THE fORD The Measuring Stick shows that Ford ,

spears who said that we are have one grand and glorious I- fORD HAS I:( 't' till :I1URS'\ i has the greatest Inside length greatest
tore and the world picnic.
merelyt I
stage r According to hisf Changes were made so as to I : It u"uto II" 1 tosalseatingwldth-mostkne.room-
: BD\ l windshield and window the it j
have -i largest rear
expression all of ua need pictures taken and a big I nP1IlEzT; ,w. I

In i order _to know what to write-up for the annual. .c longest sprlngbase and most passenger

'H ana'Oo the right thing IN'-'THE 'CIRCUIT COlTnTFOR I THE FORD 0 1 r.omofth.xnsii.
The Christian finds his cue THR RI41HTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
OK- FLORIDA. IV AND an OM' With It. wonderful size and roominessgoes irF'EB
rayer. The student mustto HAS 'RONt no
,11,011 BRAnKORU COUNTY. IN) fORO "r .
find his cue in various CHANCICHY.Annie E % \ Ford ride unbelievably '.
a new
MOST great ,
for Maude Hancock "A SEAT
various r \
is sometimes aubjeetavory Irrespon- -VIIDIVORCE. PIAlflt1t'f; 0 REMESLEMGIPII\ soft,smooth and quiet I It's a ride made .11

Ira W. Itaneock.tefendant.. ,.
elusive, especially ao at ex- possible by newest engineering

tloa time the most Import OHI>KU' TO APPEAR achievement"SLOW MOTION SPRINGS"

me It of one the can month associate and the TO TUB: Kllsgerald Ira STATE W.. Hancock OK Georgia FLoRIDA HAS THE R : plus Improved shock absorbers, a new
a aE
with It la therefore ordered that you 'OiE fOR o e % stabilizer and a more rigid frame.Vou'll ,
something \ tt4EtROOM\\
elsepersong are required to appear on the Srd \ MOST 1
a melody. a poem a day of March. ItMl, before the 'RON1 SEA
above entitled. Court to the Bill of : tGROOu find faster pickup this year
word, an unusual occurIt Complaint filed against. you |In the 'lOST L
will be much easier to above Bradford entitled County tatine Telegraph"., and "The!la SEA1 .. There's new stylet New Interior luxury: !

iber. Perhaps the author'sIs hereby designated an the newspaper I I THE FORD HAS r More all-around value than your dollar
In which this order Khali I
similar to part of his be published once. a week .for four INOSHIELOS ever bought before. See this great Ford I
g. for Instance. The Yemas- (4) consecutive. week HAS 'II% .
Sims, can by the of WIT"II: <:I'I'I: the Honorable A. Z. THE FORD : WINDOWS'' car- get our big "deal.. Come in .lei's
Adklns of thla and BIGGEST
aa Judge Court \ AND
agination be turned Into the Meal: of thin Court, In the Cityof \ OOORS1, \ talk trade now.
i and Simma Starke Bradford FlorIdn. -
and be re- this 29th day Ollntr' .
red very easily.es 1941. VllDESTHo\
of historical (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J Thomnsi
| events are i I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford
fly harder to remember than County, Florida.

It ther particular thing. All I I I Lloyd Attorney Ban for,. Plaintiff, An EARFUL OF SILENCE You'll Like

know. in: 1492 Columbus: Jacksonville., Florid 1.31 4t 2-21 I

lli the ocean blue, easy be- IV THB" Cinn.IT fOt'IlT F 0 RTit. )lfc.C* s.M Brine Nw QuUia..s*f .
was about the first date ..) EIGHTH Jt'lHCI CIRCl lUde u. the low Price PI.I med after our birthday. If .... 0V "" .on.A. tf A Nil Sou ml Desdeols*tbrava-bom.(2)N) .wBodr
not have an extremely CHA1CKHV.Frank RJaldirr. O Body lUbberla.ulsceii
memory he E. DeMott, Coaipletctr float Pre... USfllfM >
must deviseeans
1 Plaintiff, rn....<"Coned DIM Wa...l*
by which be can re- -'._ DIVORCE to AlMorb koe4 ResibJ>.
r complicated dates. [ Winifred DeMott,
I D.f.ndant.ORDn .
are different methods '
by different people to help STATE OP" FLORIDA: GET THE FACTS '
TO: Winifred DeMott.
remember Important hapIt -I t Residence Unknown. k- '
Is It la hereby ordered that you are ;
usually never too AND YOU'LL GET AFORD
required to appear on the Ird day .-
do right, and if you ,have of March. 1941. before the above '- ,' .ji 4
rted entitled Court to the Bill of Complaint '; ryr
you may filed acalnst you In the '
em very helpful In the above entitled causs, and "The
der of Hqadford County Telegraph". U :
your school life and 'hereby designated. aa the newspaper _
"rae, you may carry: then In which this order shall .

through life with you.I I be(4)published ronsecutlve once..,a...week.. for four .'

"on and who easily remember Adklns.' WITNESS a. Judge the Honorable of tula Court.A. Z. t: .? : .11/)

occasions la. much and the Beal of '-thle Court. In the ,
by I Bradford County.Florida .
society. City of Htarke. -J
< F -tnla 2 thday e t- January
-Marjorloe lrhomp on. 1041. -
Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford -
e PeopleTheir County Florida.Llo.d -
Songs Attorney Jacksonville.for Florida.Plaintiff 1-31 4t 1-M


Femandea: "Clf 0 n ORDER OF PUBMCATIO!* ,

Made a Lady out of Lena Zldlltky. whoee residence la
unknown: You are notified that
bill of complaint for divorce' and Starke. Florida
Roberts: "There I Go." due affidavit for thla order has
Tthe been filed In Circuit Court of Bradford -
little Jingle we all County, Florida, In r.....e wherein I
often. -Pepsi Cola Hits, Emanuel Joseph ZI' t"'" and Lena ZldUck *? J
plaintiff .Jj ; -

e Mathewe: "Down Ar-I quired fendant.to and appear you In are"'*h.caua r Ti1 on W D JNJJgRSELL: 'EM ALL !

Way; or 1. It -Billy" the ford Ird County day of Teleuraph Marrti.-194l.la di.ig1 Brad.1 ,

SImpaon. : "f Give You nated a. the newspaper. Inthle WhichJ .
r4. '" "ii It '"Fa'J'nt" M I order nhall be cneeUtiYe pub".h"w"kC.
,I a week fnr fr.or

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f -1941 ,J,
1FEB f
fI I


l A special meeting of the New All day Assoclatlonal "

II ,: SOCIETY and CLUBS AROUND LAWTEYWith River Association will be held School meetings being S 11 \f'*

with the Raiford Baptist Church throughout the state by the Sun

1 Ruby Moore on Wednesday, February 11, In day School Department
IF',4,t McDavid-Iyal Circle Meetings Ladies AuxiliaryTo cooperation with a program of Florida Baptist Convention tilt

Held by W. S. C. S. Show SlidesThe Howard Knowles OrdainedAt past week.

Miss Gloila Marie Dyal, daughter KpUnt Church Sunday E. Mllligan's restaurant In theas t CLASSIFIEDHADS --I

of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal Circles of the Woman's Society Ladles Auxiliary of the Howard Knowles of Tampa w I building adjoining the Peel BuildIng -

of Brooker, and Roy McDavid of Christian Service of the Methodist Presbyterian Church cordially ordained as a Minister in an opened for business recentlyand -

t' son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mc- church met Monday afternoon invites all friends and members impressive service Sunday afternoon is doing a capacity business. FOR SALE Three-bedroom 5 00 BU. FLORIDA
David of Gainesville, were mar-l and held the regular of the Presbyterian Church t o RUNNEl!
at three o'clock la the Law- Mr. Milligan Is the owner and house, 3 lots Keystone Heights.A PEANUT SEED at $1
Jacksonville Friday, January Mrs. Titus the regular meeting on Tuesday per bt
ried In meetings.
February tey Baptist Church. manager of the Sunshine Grill real bargain.-Fl: M. Wal- Bright and sound. -
I 17, at the office of a notary hostess to Circle Num- evening at 7:30 o'clock. R. F
? Olson was The Rev. L., W, Enfield, pastor In Starke. rath. Keystone .Heights, Fla. Demorest; Starke, Fla. '
j public. ber One and Mrs. W O. Halle The meeting la to be held at t
of the Church, was Moderator, Bill Mundy's Barber Shop, located 1-31 4tp
The bride Is a student at the conducted" the devotional service. the home of Mrs. E. M. Davis. NOISELESS
and the Ordaining Council was In the Peel Building and REMINGTolT:::
Bradford County High School and Mrs. A. Wood gave an Inter- Mrs. H. H. Young has charge of composed of the Rev. Harry operated by Jack Spikes had its TYPEWRITERS-New Remington Standard office size, factory ii!

Mr. McDavid Is at present attending eating review on the subject the program of picture slldea Giles of the Fellowship Baptist formal Tuesday. At portables' $5 down, $5 'a built, like new. Remarkable
: opening
the Florida Barber College "What Shall We Do Now? She Mrs Charles II. Allen will have Church of Jacksonville Rev. present the shop only operates month. Prices start at 2975. value. $50 cash-BradZ

q in Jacksonville. stated that Methodism covers the worship program. The pro Reese 'also of Jacksonville, and one chair but before long we ex- -Bradford County Telegraph, Telegraph Starke, Fla If
America and its outlying possessions will be Interestingand Starke, Fla. tf
- gram very
the Rev Ralph Gomes of Starke. pect to see quite a large establishment -

M i'' Circle No. Two mission with a activities vast program, which extend of- visitors are welcome.Woman's After the questioning by the and hope that it will FARM FOR SALE-Road 48, east FURNISHED COTTAGES ;

Of Baptist W. M. S. home from Nome, Alaska to Council followed by the layingon eventually contain a beauty shopas of Starke. Good for truck Lake 'Santa Fe, 5 miles east of!

i't i Hawaii. Club to Meet of hands and prayer Mr. well.. Mr. Spikes will be remembered farming or chicken raising. Waldo. Electric lights, njj.

The regular meeting of Circle, Knowles dedicated himself to the as having operated a Good S-room. hou e. -A. F. fling water. Inquire Lewu
t W M. S.. was held.. The business session was pre- The Woman's Club will' meet Jewelry Co., Gainesville,
No. 2, Baptist ministry of the church. Barber Shop In Lawtey about tenyeaI'll Murrhee Starke, Fla. 1.17 4tp na,
t i Monday at the home of Mrs. 0. sided over by the circle chair- Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 12, at ago. tt

kl A. Andre with seven members man, Mrs. Olson, and at this 3:30 o'clock, at the club house Miss Mewtervy Becomes BrideOf LOST-$20 bill In courthouse Sat- -

and( four visitors present. I time! plans were made for putting The president, Mrs. K. G. Dun Mr. Knowlen Tom Beck was the winner of a urday afternoon, Feb. 1. Finder $100 REWARD
The wedding of Mlsa Katherine five round decision bout with (Tie author now, offer
led the flowers In the church during can, requests the vice-presidents please bring to Bradford County ono hun
Mrs W. B. Alexander I the month of, February. At to make their reports. After the Messervy of Tampa to Mr How- Tommy Todd in a Jacksonville Telegraph and receive liberal died dollars for any tuise of Pmij.inonla ..
4 devotional, choosing" and as the close of the meeting the hostess business and program, there will ard Knowles was solemnized Sun- Boxing exhibition Tuesday. KeepIt reward. Itp that Youncv'ii 0..1.1. !,[ I\Ht

I "Stewardship, reading and served hot tea and home- be a social half-hour. Hostesses: day evening at 7:30: o'clock In the up, Tom, you may be our falls to euro In 2-1. hours, ottof

elections from Leviticus the made cake Mrs C. F. Ward Mrs. A. E Lawtey Baptist Church, amid champ yet. WANTED AT ONCE Small Fever 48 hour.
article from
Mark, also an Mrs I Circle Number Two LIghtfoot, Mrs. A. II. Johns, Mm palms and early Spring flowers Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells apartment. furnished or unfurnished Try Younce's No. 1 m.litolne| (for
Commission on Stewardship. '
I Mrs. John the week-end In St. Peters- Mrs. H. H. Young, high blood pressure,
W, A Feeler led In prayer. Mrs. W. 1 K.: Mlddleton was Ralph Alvarez. Ug- After a, musical program of spent by ulceram
.1a received from of- I hostess to Circle Number Two low. Mrs J. W. Home, and Mrs. sacred songs, "Beneath The burg visiting friends. Starke library. ltp stomach! it has no equal.

Reports were and Miss Olive Ray had charge C. II. Nasworthy. Cross," "Wondarful Jesus, "In Mr. and Mrs. David W. Moore Reliable Agents wanted all OVT...
ficers and chairmen, and plans FOR SALE Cole Planters and
of the Mrs J, W. The Hollow of His Hand" and and daughter, M I H a -Caroline the U. S.
made for the Associatlonul program. Fertilizer Distributors. Also
4i' were attending White conducted the devotional For sale Adding Machine and "The Old Rugged Cross: playedby Moore, spent Saturday and Sun-, AddressJ. '

Mission Study Class service and closed with an earnest Typewriter Ribbons at Telegraph Mrs. Lee Infield, Miss Orpha day in Jacksonville visiting Mr. parts for same. New seed pep- L., YOUNCE

at Pine Grove, Feb. 10. offlre. Roach of Tampa sang "Faithfulness" and Mrs William Zuccarello.' per, tomato, cucumber squash Sulphur Springs, Fla.
llhmf'ntR served dur prayer.A melon, beans, corn. Prices rightat
't were The Lawtey P.-T. A. Is
and "Indwelt.
the World Outlook
the social hour, story WHITE'S STORE. 2-7 3t FOR SALE-House with 7 rooms
r'ing "A Sense of Coming Light"was tea to the 12 members present. The bride entered the churchto soring a supper at the School bath, 2 large screened hi
March will be held Cafeteria
meeting interestingly told by Mrs. Circle Number Three the strains of Lohengrin's Friday night February ROOM AND BOARD-Can accommodate porches. Large, lot, with lor.
t Mra G. B. Flynn, with Mrs. after which Mrs. William 7, at 7:00 o'clock. All membersand
Mlddleton Mrs. Junius M. Smith and Mrs "Bridal Chorus" attractvely six or eight I male a n g e tree, 4 pecan 2 pear
Feeler the devotional.
i Blair read about a charter In blue Redingote Interested friends are In-
gowned a Navy
boarders for room and board Double barn
E. L. Matthews were cohostessesto garage smoke
al member of WSCS who lives In with beret-type hat with vited.Mrs. at $7 per' week. Mrs. Bessie house. Will sell furnished
P.-T. A. Founder's Circle Number Three at Mrs.Smith's Annie Lou ( and
Day Godwin and
Frazee, Minn., and Is 101 years and and
short veil gloves pumpsIn Crews, Rqute 1, Box 31 Law vacate at once. D. T. McCUl
,, old. Her name Is Mrs. I. J. Collins attractive new home on corresponding color. She worea family; Mrs. A. S.' Talley, Mrs.
aa tey. 2-7 2tp Lake Butler Florida.
The P.-T. A. will observe Founders St. Mrs. Caro T. : 2-131p
and she has oeen a member of East Madison T. T corsage of tiny pink roses and Chandler, and Messrs.

ik Day, Feb. 13, at 7:30: p. m. the church for 89 years.! Mrs. Long conducted the devotional carried an arm bouquet of vari- John and Henry Godwin moved
FOR RENT 'metal
fi-Room house 4 FOR SALE-2
twin bed.
In tho school auditorium. There E. K. Perryman read an Impres service and Mrs. W. B. Sewell colored brides roses with streamers from their home In'Lawley Mon- ,
4 miles, from Camp Blanding on springs and mattresses
will be a short business meeting sive article entitled "When General had charge of the program. Mrs of white ribbons and calla day and are residing In Starkeat com
Lawtey road. Mrs. J. S. Austin > both.
plete. $15 Very
Sewell review from the 316 North good
followed by a social hour and Chiang Kai-shek Prayed. gave a Cherry Street Mr.
refreshments lilies. Her only Jewelry con-
Box 134, Lawtey Fla. Itp condition. Phone Camp Slam
will be served All Mrs A. Z. Adkins, circle chair- World Outlook on the subject of and Mrs. Bill Doyle are now occupying -

t4 teachers and parents are urgedto man of Number Two, conducteda the "Aboriginal People of China." sisting of a lovely gold cross on the Godwin house. ding 10O. lip..
I a golden chain, a gift of the New residents 'of Bradford HAVE ROOM for four men, new
attend short business session, and at Mrs. L. D. Vining, circle chair WORK WANTED FEMALE.
this time a local offering of $9.65 man, conducted a brief business groom: County are Mr. and 'Mrs." M. C. mattresses on beds. Good food. College graduate, cultured mid

League Party was given and for state dues, session and an offering was made She was met at the altar by the Hess of Johnstown/, whd/'moved Plenty fresh eggs and meat dle-aged, with experience u

$9.79. During the social periodthe for state and local work. During groom, Howard Knowles, and his here Sunday and are located just every. day. $70 per week.A. .- teacher, desires some form of

The Intermediate League of the hostess, assisted by her the social period the host best man. Nelson Blocker, where south of Lawtey on the J. H. M. Barrett. Oakrldge, Box general office' work-not sten

Methodist Church bad an enjoyable daughter, Miss Madge Middleton esses served a chicken salad the minister performed the lovely Moore farm: They are making 14., ,Green JIve Springs. Fla ographic._H. A. C., cart ot

1+, party Friday night, Jan. 24. served a salad course with hotCarolyn I course with hot coffee. ring ceremony,which united, this extensive improvements In the 2-7-3tp ,Bradford County Telegraph,

; After numerous games, refreshments attractive couple. home and are setting out a Starke, Fla. lip
were served. variety of and WANTEDunincumbered Lady
Leonard of shrubbery plants
Miss Mary' Louise Robels '
: Smith, from the Senior League, Callstreetu Tampa, only attendant of the to beautify their yard. Mr. HessIs for housekeeper and help In LOST Pocket, watch white gold
was a visitor.TIIREE.JIINUTE. employed at Camp Standing as small going business. This 1 case, near large water tank;
__ __ __ ___ __ __ bride, wore a lovely aquamarine means permanent. No cranks.
a timekeeper.J. Camp Blanding, Jan. 25.: Ef-
tailored ensemble ,with ac-
tf,; RELIEF Well, folks the BirthdayBall Mayes Kelly (Modl onite.Starke. cessories and carried a bouquet H. Moore reports that on Address Box 8682 Sulphur ward. 110" Call St., Starke,

l Three minutes after you take has come and gone, llvin' Ite) Incidentally, I couldn't pf tea roses., February 4th Lawtey shippedover Springs, Fla. 2tp Fla. lip

i Blsma-Re to relieve acid-indiges up to Its reputation for being the take in details of Carolyn's dress At the close of the ceremony 150 crates of strawberries, LOST-Car keys for 1929 Chev- PLANS DRAWINGS ESTIMATES .

{ tlan, you will feel better. Blsma- biggest: ; blowout of the season in for gazing at her adorable hair Miss Roach sang"Saviour Likea selling from $3.50 to $4.00 a rolet, inscribed with name :' On any size and type

Rex goes to work promptly and Starke. A financial, as wellas do. Ditto for Sadie Prince Shepherd Lead Us," followedby crate; 100 crates being sent north "Murrhee." Finder please return construction. Including FHA.

keeps right on. working for pro- social success, the chairman with ringlets all atop her head. the Receselonal--Mendelasohn's by truck and' the remainder be-I to ,Bradford County Tele- Reasonable. Write: "Drafu-

s longed relief. Blama-Rex: acts I says, ", i Cleared well over a Seems I have.a taint recollection Wedding: March." ing taken to 'Jacksonville. graph. :'-u ,.. M,;i: '_ .jtp' Mian1"'Box 43 1; Starke, Fla. lip
four ways to relieve Reid-Indiges; hundred dollars on the dance.. of a* plaid black Jacket Followingg- ...wedding ,service Mrs. W. H. Biggs, Mrs. E. B.: I. a

t1 tion. Buy a bottle" 'Not ,bad not ,bad- -conslderln' and skirt. Wells'and son, Ernest Wells, and
of CO Hdoae i : vividly plaid Mis. L. H,, .HIM ,Rang "I'll Go .. ,
for DOc at the Rexall Drug Store. the orchestra cost ninety. i Betty Strlngfellow' chose: a Where You WaVit Me: to 'Go." Leslie Phillips ,were, visiting in rt

tr Carpenter's Drug Store In Everybody was there again. I slinky wine velvet and Ed- after which the Ordination Sermon Green Cove Springsover the MONDAY FEB. '10
Stark. All the oldtlmen and lots of new I wlna Wiggins was a vision of for Mr. Knowles was preached ,
'- Master James
onesHalel Moore (In ,gor- lightness and darkness-flowing by Mr. Enfield Phillips made a

r gus white taffeta splashed with white ,dress!, an' long darktresses trip to Macon, Ga., to visit relatives Lazone's
"da'shln* Mr. and Mrs. Knowles are ,, leaving, Lawtey*!Friday and
velvet cut-outs) .
green .
W. K. CHANDLEREXPERT honeymooning in South Carolina, returning home In time for school
madly around lookln' for a
a The Nat Sternbergs and the after which they'will make their Monday
strayed fur cot (Yes. She morning. I.
Junlus Smiths took the for ,
prize home In Maine. F,, R.' Carradine ,
WATCH REPAIRING found It). Martha Wood in being latest comers So late, Two New Businesses. ; Wednesday, morning your, quite reporter PEPPER POTREVUE'
something white ,and very de. In fact, they almost didn't Public'' ,
get Now Open To Mere excitedly; that .be returned home ,
,; vastating. Florence In
k WATCHES Flynn there ,
RINGS 'Seems they had llngerln' extend
Lawtey **congratulationsto from .
fishing Tuesday with 62
black, >with a touch of red. .
} JEWELRY guests, or sumpln. the two new.businesses I which speckled perchf but failed to tell
Elvalee Manassa In black and Murla and George. Bennett of have .their ''door's In the <
opened< Just where le> was so lucky. j .
In White's* Store white net ruffles, lookln' more Jax put in their' accustomed I i S :

Call Street like a Spanish senortta than a Birthday Ball appearance. ., > BOOTSEYVS BEACBBy Misses Vesta and Odessa, McRae "
Nice to see, them 'once 'a, year 'S .
senorita would.
STARKE, FLORIDA Spanlah Ml r Kf fie 'Crtwrford Sunday'
Two bright spots of yellow anyway.! Mrsw'C.,; B.' Browning

4 r were Carolyn Green and> Emy All In all. 'twas a grand and ,L: F. Batte' ""of 'Jacksonville The4 community wa saddened A Coo'Pany'of; .30 Musical Comedy Artists

glorIous' event, and will give us and Mrs. Jim prawford of St. Thursday ',(morning January 23 "

i '' plenty to talk about 'till the next George, Ga., were dinner 'guestsof to hear, of; the'ati&Mn death of '
t., .' rolls around. ,' i 3 ((In the Flesh In
one' Mr. and Mrs v;; R. N. Crawfordlast Mrs. C. B. BrowtilnV: She had i ) Large -

DR. L. L. COPELAND, Optometrist ,. ,. Didn't .,see ;me ,bangIn' Tuesday.t S not been very weJt Jtor"! two years ,h-

of our bridge ,clubbers bavin' A: large crowd ,.from"this sec with Bright'. disease but the

Will Serve Camp Blanding Men their ,afternoon snack In the tion attended church-at Hellbronn end was not''' expected so soon. TentTheatre
Guidon Grill? ". Ritzy Idea Sunday. Mrs. Browning was born August

i,' Saturday. Evenings Till 9 O'clock: Martha Bet they enjoyed It. Mr. and Mra. ';Toe ,Holmes were ''3, 1916 and was 23 years

> Didn't seem me hangln'' visitors to Raiford recently.., old. She leaves her husband Near Gate A
Camp Blanding
r? 48, W. Forsyth Street Jacksonville, Fla. around.. outside.. dldjaT. Mr, and Mrs. O. B. Johns and Clifford Browning 'of Starke, her ,

5 Rubberneck Roundup: Grace family were. visitors to Macclenny mother, Mrs. Maggie Fales of
Williams' new blue suit and red last Leesburg, and'one: brother Homer
hat ". v. Ver' smart. Dot Roy Howard of Zephyrhllls la Fates. 'The funeral.was conductedtwo Next Monday Night

IaGIE QI0CIf IIJa1I& QincssomawsDasafflfflfoaKiKnoowscBEN Powell, .'nother Sunday and an- spending sometime. here transacting days .later'' by Eld. E. R. ,
other suit .
Sundays run- business. Bowers of'Starke and she was
SUSLOW nln'. Jake Roberts' new We are glad to welcometo laid to ,
very rest In, the Sapp Ceme
I MILITARY SUPPLIES I Packard show room all bright our section Mr. and Mrs. H. tery. February 10th
and ,shlnin with ,Packards. ,
A. Ward and family of Monette, CARD OF THANKS | *
ARMY WOOL LUMBER Think I'll buy a couple Boon's I Ark. They will make this their I We wish to
JACKETS ___..__ __ $2.50 extend our heart And'All
COTTON RIIINJ PANTS get my salary check. John- home for the present. felt thanks to those who were Week, For Ladies and Gentlemen
__ _,'-______ --_. __- $1.00 nie so
Torruella. familiar
ARMY WOOL SHIRTS .,. .. __.,____.. ______ $2.00 Smith's Garage .after face several backat Mrs Mary Reddish returnedto I kind to us during our bereave
t her home here after!, .
ARMY COTS __________'u____-._______- __ $2.50 years In Noo Yawk City. Saturday ment. -
GUARANTEED[ ) REBUILT ARMY SHOES spending the past week In Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Browning-, 'BEAUTY
__ $2.00 Among the returnln' natives: Brooker relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard LARGE
RAIN COATS ___ ___?______u_____________ $2.00 Broward Strickland Fam- Miss Effle Crawford of this ing, Clifford Browning.Brown-I CHORUS

H SPECIAL-complete outfit khaki pants and shirt $2.00 ily still In Leesburg, but will section was a visitor to Jackson-

i move back too, soon as he can ville Sunday afternoon. SAMPSON CITYBy I 'FUNNY COMEDIANS
build a place for them to stay.

"The Army Store Has quite a brood now PINE LEVELBy Mrs. S. E. Jones '
3 kids all I
boys. HIGH
Mrs. II. M.,Mcllae Mr. ,and Mrs. A. B. Stovall of CLASS VAUDEVILLE
iy 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. Mama-that stork is here Tampa have moved here and Mr.'I

UWKMWH aKM 3 BfflflKC4 ') again! 'Sa girl for Simeon Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove Stovall has accepted a job ati

CO C7S74S7SS7S7SSSa45aSS'f1fle e.- .- -. and Juanita Phillips, and a boy Springs filled bis'regular appoint- Camp Bland ing. :j and LEE'S RHYTHM, ORCHESTRA

j 50c yrirSj,1 I for Grace and Carlyle Ritch. .. ment at Pine Level church last Mr. and Mra J. J. Starling ,oft.1
---0- SOc Congratulations, and happy howling week-end. Jacksonville to1

: folk were attending .... ..__
Cotrell McCall spent the week business here Saturday. j --- __h__ _
MADAME LEONA Hint to Housewives (and sub- end with home I
folks at Lake Mr and Mrs. Mlllard Varnes ,
housewives) aa to how to get to .. .
spent Sunday In Palatka. .
JUST ARRIVED Bradford Park Sunday afternoon City.Mrs.. W. F. Harnage of Gum Mr., and Mr*.,. Shl Smith and' V PRICES

? Jus', 'start hummln" "Take Branch Is visiting her son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown of I' (" ,' t / .
Palmist and Advisor Me Out to the Ball Game," ver' and daughter. Mr., and Mrs. B. Starke have moved here: ':-', ADULTS "
Plus 4c Tax 35c
nonchalantly. If this doesn't M. McRae. I ; ,
Mr. and
Mrs W. H. Smith .;
Gives names, dates and facts regarding all affairs of life, work-then he's too dumb to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall and made a business trip to Jack- '

: y love, marriage and ,business. Will tell your Innermost thoughts .. waste your time on, anyway. children spent Sunday with Mr. sonville last Tuesday.Mrs. Children, 15c. No Additional Charge for

4t rd and de,Ires. Causes speedy marriage, re-unites the separated Really am lookin' forward to Hall's mother,' Mr. E. P. Gay, Louise Varnes of Palatka

+ how to better your business get a position settle lawsuits and Camp Blanding Day. Always at Gainesville.Mr. Is spending a few days here with Reserved Seats

estate troubles, lucky day and lucky numbers. wanted to see a big-time and Mrs T. N. Normanand I Mr. and Mrs. M. Varnea.Mr. :I

For limited time only. $2.00{ reading for 50c, with .pitcher. Think like Bob I'll eat Feller In action.dinner children of Gum Branch were and Mrs. David Kelly pent
Sunday visiting relatives ..
this ad. in the bleachers here Sunday the day as guests of Mr, and -
to be
sure afternoon.
i ;a Rooms for white and colored. Readings dally and of a good: "ieat. '." Literally Mrs. Mona Shaw and childrenof Mrs.Mrs.Lem Artford Brown Sunday. I
Sunday, 9 till 9. THOUSANDS gonna ba there Rising were dinner guests of Ing in Ocala Sunday. was vtsl- Coors Open at 7 P. M. Show Starts 7:45

p" Hwy- 17-88. they say.Don't Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae recently We will '" '!P"
near FarmorV soon have
k > electric'
ST forget It >
PALATKA .'. So long. .. .
.Market. Look for ralmlM Sign See lights In Sampson, ,City. They
you there Mlasea Plenty Parking
Irene and MM j Space Lot
2Z:>> z525'urL5Z5Z5252,2, ,CAnOL Lee Lewis are setting the potoiMere. for the, on
TN ef' Rising ,
c. were dinner guests a! wli ea.


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I FEB '1- 1941n'

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BITS of LOCAL Mrs. John Vanderzee, of New= The Madison EnterpriseRecorder Mrs. James Godbold returned Mm. W. B. Sewell returned
:W NEWS i I York, who hall been here for two carries headlines to the effect to her home in Jackson- Monday from Leesburg where s*. t\
i months with Mr, and Mrs. I* S. that the Van H. Priest Company ville yesterday after spending five had made a brief visit with *rtaJlven. -
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-'- home I ; Hutto and Mr. A. H. Hall, returned is now celebrating its 16th days with her muther Mrs W. S, .
is Denmark l 18 *t I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. AJkina I" Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hart, and to her home in Farmingdale anniversary. The company had( Stroman, and sister Mrs. S. S.
n' attack of pneumonia. will spend Saturday in Tampa Mr. and Mrs C. R. Hart and N, Y., Sunday. its beginning in Madison In 1025: Dowllng. v Miss Gloria Johns, granddaughter -
attending a state convention of son, Charles, of Jacksonville, and the Starke branch will soon 1 of ).11'. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin -

i. vV B. Sewell and Mrs. Circuit Judges. I were here Sunday visiting .Mr. If Lindberg thinks he In mak- enter! its new building here. Louis HoHch, representative of who Is attending National ,
Duncan spent Saturday !in and Mrs. W. H. Hart. ing himself popular with his appeasement the Amt'rlcanVelfare Association, Park College at Forest Glen,
Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Weldon
Uvllle.y, speeches, he should Edgar:: Snndborn, who hits been was In Starke during the post Maryland (this college is in a L
had as guests the first of the Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Sr., hear some of the names he ,was slaying at the home of :Mr, and week, looking over the situation suburb of Washington D. C).. :
Judge'a Court win week Mr. and Mrs. Burkes and was the guest last Thursday and being called in the Three Friends Mrs. L. D. Vining has returnedto anal noting especially the develop wrote to hei? aunt Mrs. taarrieRltch ;:
for a brief session next children of Griffin, Ga. Friday of her son-in-law and Barber Shop last week. his home In Alexandria Va. ment because of the boom. The ; of an Interesting experience '
18 Feb. 11. daughter, Mr and Mrs. W. M. He was employed at Camp Bland- American! Welfare Association "is she had, recently. One or }! ,
ay, Mrs. John Vandeezee, Mrs. Wainwright in not Government said Gloria's instructors told her t. :
Tallahassee Ing, but unfortunately contracted a Agency,
Mr. and Mrs. p. M. Barefoot
George Wolklna, and Mrs. L. S.
I Mr. Hosch but la write theme the subject oC:
a private a on
DWalnwrlght.. ,Jr.. Miss Sara Barefoot Miss Frances pneumonia and wag In a Gaines-
N. Hutto in Gainesville Mon I I .
yor and she baJ. ;
after being confined to his day afternoon shopping. C. C. Hoppe and son Jimmy, Opperman and Simeon Phillips vllla hospital for five weeks before agency in Chicago--an associationof : Camp Blarwllng, ''I
[ with Influenza.J accompanied by Mrs. Hoppe, returned were in Jacksonville Sunday he sufficiently recovered to public welfare officials" visited the camp in Deeembert'vacation '
when here on a holiday
Mrs. Sunday afternoon to their visiting Mrs. Simeon PhlUlpa, a '
Mr. and Fate .Brown return home.
reWlvea Brad-
home in Tampa after visit Dr. W. K.: Middle ton treatedtwo and also the
Central Lake, a patient at the Riverside Hospi
Cobb of were In Baldwin Sunday visit. each-week: ''J 1
with Mr. and Mrs. O. U men for head Injuries early ford County Telegraph
Beasley. tal. t
I is tbe guest of ing Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. Col. and Mrs. D. K. Knight this week. They were Lewis 'she was well posted on thla subject It
T. K McClane! Sr and Mrs Roy Edwards. were In Jacksonville last week Smith of Jacksonville, who was When her them1' .ws> ''f
Practically the entire first column Bill Mundy, progressive banher .
looking after property Interests.An hurt in an automobile accident: graded it wall marked with the
and Mr, C. W. Savage C. L. Stockwell and daughters. of the Dixie County Advo- shop proprietor, in rapidly '
Saturday afternoon vlslt- Misses Lorraine and Kathleen, cate last week was devoted to the becoming a "magnate" in the field apartment, owned by house them In was Spring- a mile out on the Lnwtey road, much coveted. Then- she wa 'a;,.
rends! In Gainesville of Bust la, were week-end guestsof Strawberry Festival nt Starke. business. He is placing n.ew destroyed by fire partially and another man who was hurt told to make a short address at
Mr. ad Mrs. R. J. Davis. Thanks to Rose O. Chavous, pub shops In operation at Camp Is now being remodelled! and while working on the merry- assembly on the subject of Camp
Denmark, of JackIe lisher. mantling, Keystone Height, and
IJ Irene I repaired. The loan wns partially go-round at the Strawberry Fes.ltval nlanding. and on thin "Uort''be t
spent the week-end with Miss Benyl Holland, formerlyof II I Lawtey. (.
mll Mrs I* S. Hutto. Chicago, new resident of C. W. Stone, of Detroit, has covered by Insurance. also scored A. .
Waldo has accepted a position leased 't the old building formerly Miss Irene Matthews of Moul- i t'
C W. Chalker of Gainea- in the office of W. T. Clute. occupied by H. Carl Jackson's trie, Ga., who has been In the .
was here Saturday visiting bakery. He has not yet decided Social Security office at Camp
other, Mrs., A. M. Darby. ] Miss Gayle Sewell who ,Is at- just what business he will in- Blamllng for the past two weeks, : it.,
tending school in Leeaburg wasa etall there. began work Monday In the office -Why.; ,
and< Mrs. Merrill Futch of week-end guest of her parents, of the Coca Cola Mottling '\(' \ .<'
hissce: were week-end guestsand Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Dr and Mrs. L. H Jennings Co. here. : > '" ,
Mrs. C. A. Futch. have as their guests this week' \ :1Liability '
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Box and Dr. Jennlng'n mother Mrs. R. A. Among those from here attend Should you carry Automobile : ; I. t .
Is Warder Carlton, of Chat- daughter, Louise, and Claude Jennings of Fulton 111., and his ing the Jeannette Macdonald con- I,. I
Iga, Tenn., is visiting Fred Kelly were recent guests of relatives aunt, Mrs. Stella Pierce of cert in Orlando last Friday, were and personal I !',.,.(!I t ,: I ,
n and Miss Florence Wood. in Plant City and Tampa. Rock Falls. 111. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Matthews.Mrs. '. \ 'i ; ,
A. Z. Adkins Mrs. Ethel Accident Insurance. .:.. ; ".' ( ,
I A. McKinnon, former ,St. Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Miller, who Biggs, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Miss ," "' ". "':
burg druggist Is now a Mrs. J. G. Alvarez spent Thurs- have spent the past six months Lois Adklns. and Mrs. H. L. Your most important protection. > '
manager for Wr T. Clute, day of last week in Jackson- here, have gone to Atlanta Ga. Hough 'J' 'rJ''
r. ville. Mr. Miller was construction superintendent -
for the new po t- Benny's Grocery, among several -
|H. C. S. James,. formerly Mrs. J. S. Cassie and Miss office building. Call Street establishmentsthat
( one Heights spent a while Theresa Fahl of New,Orleans, La., I recently moved unsightly .
tarke Wednesday on .her were guests last week of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.\. Simeon;! Phillips tin awnings, is now sporting an Because-
to Bartow. Mrs. C. A. Futch and O. M, Sis- announce the birth of a daughter attractive cloth awning. It can .,.. .'..
trunk. Sue Ellen Friday, Jan. 31. in be rolled up or down to suit the ;4
T. Clute, realtor has beenin Riverside Hospital** Jacksonville.Mrs. weather or the whims of the : We automobile
having more
all this week with, 'the owners ,
a Col. W. H. Nollman arrived Phillips is former Miss: '
case of flu but is grad- last week from Sebring to spenda Juanita Barefoot. 'U. accidents in this section than
Improving. while In Starke. Mrs. Noll- M. H. Halpern Jo Hachmann 't
man has been here 'for. several Mr. and tMra. ,Walter Williamsand and A. Zolotar are putting up a :
To TreatBronchitis weeks. daughter; Frances and Mr. restaurant with seating capacity t ,:\ ever before-Hardly a day pasess-
Quick and Mrs. F. R. Zant of Valdosta, of more than one hundred at 1"\" :\,,; ;
Mr* J. W, Klncald who spent Ga., were here Sunday visitingMrs. gate C at Camp Blanding. Theyare .' L :<"::: :'" ,; .: ., Take a look around the garages for
with J. M. Mitchell and Miss also erecting several other er l X"sfe w n.
several weeks Tampa
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lucile Mitchell.Mr. buildings there allof a per- 1\\":' :, the evidence---
manent, high type'"const ruction.
onto bronchitis may develop If Durden returned here the first .
|cough,chest cold or acute bron- of the week. and Mrs. A. B. Campfleld .
i is not treated and you cannot of Ozone'Park, L. I., recently en- Mrs James Endicott of Brouk- Call us today for rates -s- Phone 146,
1 totakeachancewlthanymedl- tertained the following guests at er,, a recent bride now living In -
i less potent than Creoraulsion and Mrs. Will Blvings and \
Mr. !!;
Starke, was given a miscellaneous
dinner at their winter home at
th the the
goes right to seat of daughter, Iven, and Dothan Dell
ble to help loosen and expel germ Melrose: Andrew C. Manz of shower Tuesday afternoon
a phlegm and aid nature toe and Miss Edna Hutto, of Jacksonville Staike, Mr. and Mrs. C. ,Gross at the home of her aunt, Mrs '
and heal raw tender Inflamed spent Sunday with Mr. of Mont Clair, N. J.. Mr. and T. W Markey In Drooker.Ira.. Harold C. Wall Agency
hlal jmulslon mucous blends membranes.beechwood and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Mil rkllne of Ridgefleld, Endicott was the' recipient of

ote special process with other N. J., Jr. and Mrs/Jaeger Rlsberg many lovely g1f s., Assisting, Constant Service Over Fifty Years 'I ; "
tested medicines for coughs Mrs. Ira R. Corn of Wichita. and son, Robert, of New York Mrs. Markey as hostesses were
ntalns matter no how narcotics.many medicines Kan. is the guest of Mrs. W. E. City, and Mrs-., ,Wyman of Metros Mrs Early Green and :Mln Bon-
I have tried*.telljwu* druggist toyou Middlemen !t>ld. Miss Madge Mid- *. ,> .? '. nie Mott. it(:- .
a bottle of Creomulsion with dleton.- Mrs Corn'is- remembered .-- .

[|understanding It quickly allays you the must cough like per-the Shriver here and as at Miss one! time Marguerite was a ........................... ........................................... .. "'
ixut relit and sleep, or you are.to .
your money back..Adv..) teacher in B. H. S. ,
I 't

NAT SEZ: I Now You Won't Have' to .1 t

tn the City
I'm not,trying to .
k Council how to run the town

M /J oases I guess they knout' an much viHi

about it a* I do, but nevertheless Build New Garage n
and notwithstanding, the tact W a
remains that our soldier boys
._ve been roaming these treet.t
for over two months and jet no- I Four Now Addition, to th* Buick SPECIAL Line now
coomodBtton have -*' pro f J j
vided. ,Everybody knew that ; g.ve you Big"Car'Ploatvro in More Compact,, Siz.tIN ? .
when you got t*. go, yo got togo Ji
Wake up feller i -j '
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: 1021. IP'hitesidevoalltires extra*

n lh, eO search for impressive size, cars They are big cars in ability-with a -all because we have trimmed down 3

S 5 !00!! been getting longer every 115-horsepower Buick FIREBALL entheir bumper-to-bumper length! .' I

: year. gine that can be stepped up to 125 I l

AAA TO E "horse" by the addition of Compound So if you've been itching for a big ,
.. SIZES TO 13 I Bumper has retreated from bumper :
Carburetion.* car-but wondering
until there's. hardly room left in ,thefamily : t
I. where you'd find BUICK Patti
garage for the J lawn and '

: the good wife's gardening basket.'r
plenty of leg-, elbow- and head-room! 'hop right over to see $

I Does that mean you'll have to builda in their spacious interiors. these beauties now. 91 5 -. .

to enjoy a big car'sglories
new garage You'll call them the -

? Not now! But-they fit your garage, handle like season's biggest for tfiBUSINESS : '
I For there are four new Buicks on baby carriages, park on small change news!ICXIMPIAK *dalivcradatFlint" ., ,

& the market-additions to our Mich. SlilliIJt., F,
:3-4 : 1941 SPECIAL series-that let 4& 4111! optional equipment :

,Tw HE"S T A H D ISH" I you indulge 1929car.3e 8' and accessories I .
tastes in spite of 1J_ fift\\ jaJk.:: : .
!>MI ljinfl| fet th* ___tJ.. di size w-w.- }
cad .the*. to what comfcH i. all iportamt ... garages. .. out notice. .* :
this City Cab drl *. s*1.I"d Optional 1 on the Buick SMCIAL itamUrd on all other tcrtrt. p
r _that fcuaou fiae flfli* FH- I
to. la*. Irawa kid of Black Cla-fKaagaroo. REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY
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Corner Madison and Walnut Streets Starke, Florida :

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FEB 7-1941

7. ",,.


i FARMERS' I Odd Occurrance Last WeekAt Orlando,-Florida: citrus

: ... Bea
: _. era received more
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--- their
FOR THEHOUSEHOLD LawteyBlandingRoad 4:30: P. M. Thursday, Jan- ly as did also Police Chief, A. L WILL TWAIN TEAR OAS EQUIPMENT anges and less for their *

uary 30, the fire whistle blew, Alvarez and policeman Bob Dennison fruit gap
Panamil City,-Secretary Stint .Lake WalesThe police department month than
; they
RightofWayVan and there was a group of more or and Bob McCleland. They dl< ,
son, has approved a plan to establish here has obtained com year ago. Oranges
leso disappointed "fire-worship fought the fire for a few minutes returned
COTTONS of Tallahassee ; a training school for Army! plete tear gas equipment. In this t I II
WINTER II. Ferguson, pers," when it turned out to be and then, to the utter amazementof average of 55: cents a box !
with the State pilots here. The facility .to be t equipment Is included a gun ,, On tilt
abstractor on January 15
fire. However that
fubrlca only a grass all present, turned and began Compared
4 Never before have suttee\ Road Department, and Earl Har- operated by the Air Corps, will 1 shells and hand grenades The I 34 cents on the wit
In the was a fire with great possibilities. setting fire to the broom sage. ;
been as Important in the cost about 2000000. The Army! shells can be shot accurately for correspOndl
dee RIght-of-Way agent date in 1940, the
v Cottonsare Evidently a spark from an "We have to pay the boys anyhow report
winter fashion featured picture.for cold Division office at Lake City, engine-not a Diesel engine-had ," explained Chief Alvarez, expects to Buy 25,000 acres of a distance of 250 yards. The gre while grapefruit I last uy
to be office of the Clerk land. nades are for use at shorter dis 11100 It
in the brought 23
were fallen Into the tall broom cents
weather wear. The cotton velvets, sage "so we might as well make them a box
velveteens, and corduroys take an of the Circuit Court here last along the railroad at the corner work a little." The Chief Is a real tances. the tree against 38 cents a *

Important place with their many week "making searches with reference of Cherry and South streets. opportunist, using that word In NEW RIBBON FACTORYMlltonCitizens ago.. Returns on corn, Potabe y

4 colors, designs and weights, almost to proposed rightofwayfrom There is an old empty, con- its best sense. "While the fire here are look- LAUNDRIES TOLl TO PAY and peanuts were under a

.like new fabrics. Lawtey to Camp Blandlng demned house there belonging to engine with all the city's firefighters Ing forward to the establishmentof Tampa-Approximately, 5 S ago but Increases were shown y

cf rich and from Starke to Camp Blan Mrs. Alva ,Ensey; and in a few and three policemen, are a ribbon manufacturing plant laundry operators h a led before I livestock, eggs and butter fq
ij Besides a wide range ding." more minutes that house would present to chaperone the fire and within the next few months. The Circuit Judge: Sandler In contempt
colors to select from they Mr. Ferguson stated that have been In flames, which perhaps keep It from spreading," reasonedthe plant will employ about 125 persona proceedings have been ordered Tells Story

nd' available this year In a variety three non-defense roads In the would have set other near- Chief, "why not have a fire The building will be con to* pay their license fee to the

4 of designs, stripes and, plaids, checks Nowon State have already been officially I, by houses. Another possibility to end all fires-why not get that structed ,,by funds from a $30,000 Florida Laundry and Dry Cleaning Of Jax Hold-Up
dots palsllel.
even polka cancelled. He says that 'fraught with serious consequences graMS out of the way so that no bond issue voted for such, pur Board or go out of business.
is the pinwale, an
the market corduroy there are more defense roads In is the fact that the fire being other spark from an engine will poses. He gave the operators owing less Last weeK a man, hatless ,Jcoatless.

Interesting new laundered.light-weight The cotton this section-Clay and Bradford right between the Gulf and the, ever cause another fire?" For than ,$100 until February 15 and his'shirt beapatterj|

easily and velveteens with Counties-than anywhere else in Standard 011 bulk stations could awhile a n innocent by-stander FIELD BEING REBUILT those owing more than that until with blood and his face

)M their velvets twill cotton backs are strong the State; but that there wouldbe have Inflicted Irreparable damage c o u 1 d scarcely discern whether I Arcadia.-Carlstrom Field, cen March 1 to comply with the 1935 truiues, was seen covettlwith
roads walkl
to bard wear. a good many such to both property and lives. they were engaged in Incendiarism ter of air-training activity duringthe law assessing the fees. Judge
fabrics adapted about the streets of
the corduroysand around I'e BIlcola. Jacksonville, The fire engine arrived prompt- or fl-e fighting. : days of the first World War Sandler signed an order in December Starke. H,
+ Le and 4 velVeteen warm are the durable Panama City, Tallahassee and I is being rebuilt for service again ordering payment of the gave his'name as Ralph Busbj,

...a, attractive. wool-like cottonsithtll all airports and military camps.j I BETHEL North Carolina in an automobile and once more will be the almamater license, but the, Board brought his home as Inglls, and said', lit

7 weave. These fabrics Mrs D. Woodard accident.He of U. S. Army pilots. This contempt proceedings when the worked at Camp Blanding.
1 EVERGREEN school is designed to house and operators failed to
? available at modest cost pay. His
are I was the son of Mr. and Mrs. story was that he
+ of tty Mr*. F. A. RoalerMr i and Mrs. Dave Woodard train 250 students and will probably Waa iii
Interesting plaid
4 In a variety j Ellis demons, wan born in: Jacksonville Wednesday
nand have Its enrollment increased TIGHRT SOUNDS WARNING night.u
I : designs. and Mrs. Callls Brannen children of Gainesville were Starke in 1916 and made his see his wife. There berg!
recent of Mr. end Mrs. D. [ to 600 within a year The Rid Gainesville,-"The time has arrived M j eh
With the wldo range, the win- of Winter Haven were recent t( guests homo here until a few years ago, commodatlons for !Mm to
ter cottons have many wardrobe|I guests of Mr. and Mrs Brannen I'D.'! Woodard. In 1937 he was married to Edna dle A e r o autlcal Institute in when the State of Florida the night where his wife sped

uses from dressy to sturdy school here. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gllsson of Herring i of North Carolina, where charge of training activities at th e must share its increased revenues he was out on West Beaver IItayetl
I Street
m and work clothes. Aside from'I| Mr and Mrs. W. H. Morgan I Bethel were visiting L. A. Don they lived until his death. field, plans to establish a college| with the 'university or it will be (the Lake City Highway) past
here which will be the talk of tht
style, these winter cottons have, Mrs. Calvin ley of Kingsley Lake Sunday Funeral services held
were visiting Mr. and were at the condemned to progressive; deter- viaduct looking for a room abcni
many advantages. Corduroys( and' Morgan In Glen St. Mary! Mra A. G. St. John and son I two o'clock Tuesday afternoon aNew Army air service. loiatlon," President John J. Ti 11 P. M., when three unmasked

ti, velveteens are comfortable in the recently.Mrs. of Olustee were visiting Mrs. J,. Hope church, by the Rev TO HAVE HOME GUARDSTallahasseeOrganization Bert said In his biennial report to white men held him up.

mild Florida winters, when heavy J. Q. Rosier spent a few M. Allen Friday. G. K. McGauley. the State Board of Control. His The first man knocked him

i" woolens are too warm. Fort days with her daughter, Mrs Pallbearers were': Artford I of a report pointed to the fact that down with his fist; then another

school wear for both boys and Frank Crews near Lawtey because HAMPTON Brown, I'ervls Hazen, Rensle Colton state home guard to assume civil State revenues have increased. man either hit him with a piece

girls theRe fabrics' are well suited of the serious Illness of fly Miss Ada NlmmoLewisHurst s L. A. MOlt, Earl Green and defense duties vacated when the :nearly 75 per cent in the past ten I of metal or kicked him, he dljnt'

to a Jacket and skirt or jacket her little granddaughter. Randolph Quarrells.Survivors National Guard went into active years, but. that State support of know which, and knocked him
r and trouser combination. Another Mrs. Bill Frizard of Titusville service will begin within a few the university has increased less unconscious. He didn't know

advantages is that they are economical visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. Charles E. Lewis of Hampton are his widow. Mrs days. .The home'' guard will be than three per cent. Assertingthat long he was "out," but when how
w J. became
K. Clemons. of North Carolina
and Miss Leslie ,
because/ most of them are and Mrs. John Griffin. Hurst of Mayo established and directed under ''

t'washable.. Although the initial I I Mrs Clyde Griff was, visiting were quietly njarried In Live Oak, his parents, MJV and Mrs. Ellis; authority ,of,,present federal ;and .begun deterioration to( !set In". President"bas already Ti- a pile to of himself coal. The he was robbers lying in

cost may be but little less than her sister, Mrs. Frank January 19, with Judge Hearne demons and one slater, Willie n state "law, by Major General Albert got
gert pointed to'a loss of valuable away with $59'which he had
Mae !in
all of Brooker, sister|
other winter officiating. | H. of Bartow.
fabrics the cost of Blending Somehome
near Lawtey recently. Mrs. Coleman Williams staff members In recent years. his purse, but left him all of hn
i cleaning Is low If they are wash Mrs. Wilmer Kirkland and 11 The bridegroom la the son of metto and of Pal guard units already havebeen He cited low salaries and heavy papers and were considerate
baby have returned home after J. G. Lewis of Hampton, and the grandmother, Mns.ll organized in various coun I
duties to leave him
able.Cotton as compared with other Institutions enough the
S fabrics, new and old spending a few weeks with her bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mary J. Mott of .H e 11 b r onn ties. They will be asked to reorganize in commenting that of a $5 bill for a souvenir
are much in style this winter for Mrs. J. W. Springs. under the state
(+ parents, Mr and Mrs. John Hurst. central "during the past five years 38 He didn't go to the police station
+4 1u nrJUrlniil urn-H psiHAa. "Thaw. wash Miss Odessa Kelley Is command.
Chesser. Both are very popular and making of the better members of the staff but reported the hold-up to
and wear well, are her home in Jacksonville where
4 comfortable have many friends here who wish have left and of the 19 whose a policeman. his regular beat,
and attractive to wear, combinIng NEW HEAD FOR BOARD she is working. T.IQ PAYROLL CUT
them success and happiness new salaries are known, the aver- and the policeman told him that
the qualities of service and Tallahassee,-The direction of The Rev. C. Miss Marine Crosby and Tallaha Twenty-two
A. Warren pastor Benny em age increase over salaries received there was nothing he could do,
beauty. woikmen's compensation In the 11 of the Hampton Baptist church Walters were visiting Mr. and I ployes of the State Auto Tag Department at the University of Florida was, since the man could not describe

state industrial commission has ills moving to Alachua this week Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sunday night. 1 were dropped from the I'64.9 per cent." 'I the men who held him up.
a Rent, "For Rent," lOc eax*. been placed In the hands of Waiter because of the high rent situation Miss Madeline Crosby and Mr. 1 payroll, and Motor Vehicle Commissioner "'

JA+ Bradford County Telegraph, B. Rountree of Miami, formerly here. He hopes to again mak and Mrs. Russell! Norman attended Henry J. Driggera said --"" ''''''''' ';' ''''''''' '''' '''''' '' '' ''':'''''

Starke. a deputy In the lower Kast his home In Hampton when the the how i n GainesvilleWednellday the' move would cut expensesI 's
The World's News
To Coast area. 'Rountree was named I boom has quieted down. night. I I''about 3SOO monthly. Drlggers I Through

Misery of COLDS acting director recently I to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Brooks left Miss Madeline Crosby and Mrs I 'said the reduction was "In the | TilE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
succeed William McChesney of this week for a visit in Memphis, Muriel Norman were shopping In. interest of economy and In keepIng $ An International .
f, Liquid< Pensacola, who was relieved of Tenn. Gainesville Monday afternoon.We with the Governor's policy." .
r" TnAletr duty after being served with a Governor Holland said In his Inaugural J t. Trurhfu1-Constructive-Unbiaaed-Fro from Senaationaly i
t 666 HalveNOMe contempt of court order Issued by welcome Mrs. W. T. Philips -|j address that he ;> i Editorial Arc Timely and Instructive and lu Daily
IropaCough Circuit Judge L. L. Fablnski BOATDRAIN l as a new member.. of our). duce would re- d Features, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make a

r DropsY Pensacola In connection with of a By Mm. Z. Z. Griffis school faculty. We are sorry toIORft'MI' : ,expenses.the government's He previously operating trimmed K the. _Monitor_an_ _Ideal}Newspaper__ _for_the_Home.._n.. _____

Try "Rub-My.TIsm" a Wonderful case McChesney handled 1 a s Miss Debris Galney spent the Morgan who has accepted l I j the Road Department's payroll 'A The Christian Science Publishing Society
Uiuuneat a Job in Starke with J. P. Rot b- 3 One, Norway Street Boston, Massachusetts
Y ws', special master for the court there. week-end with her. grandmother. erls' M otors. j ,about: ': ,,$3 ,OOO. monthly. t
Mrs. B. E. Lee.. of Bethel. .1 Price 412.OO Yearly, or f I.00 .Month; \t
Miss/ Joella Barry was visiting WANTS /4 Saturday Issue, Including Magazine Secnoii'Z.60.a Year.
t Horace Griffis of South RIVER TUNNEL 3
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Caro in Jacksonville Saturday. :Z Introductory Offer, 6 Issues 2) Cmes.Address. .

a!. My UtLaj Year Experience Makes It Possible for Ma to Bender Edna lina who Jones Is ,visiting was visiting his aunt Harvey Mrs. Mrs. Charles Hardy. S,.., I U Jacksonville,-Mayor Blume, enthusiastic Name___._____..___.__________...______._.______._______ \

1':!.''I: EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE: Gainey Sunday night. pending this week with her favorable congressional over prospects action for on S ._.______.____-._________a.-___..____
ya, MODERATE: PRICES Miss daughter Mrs. W. H.
Lee i
Gladys of Bethel was Bryan In a bill Introduced by Congressman SAMPLE COPY ON
\ DeWITT C. JONES I visiting Miss Mildred j Gainesville.
Morrell Green for a tunnel under the St. .....". _............... ..
J''Ir ft Starke Florida Sunday night at the home of Mm Mr. and Mrs. PervlH Hazen of I1 Johns River, connecting the

Z. Z. Griffis. Hampton Lake were visiting relatives Southside
'with the main sectorof '

t'p 4 Jacksonville Mr. and and Mrs.two Dan sons Boree, Harold of Mr.here and Sunday.Mis. O. W. Barry dlocuKS the city the, matter went to witb Starke Green.to ;;

I and Doyle, were visiting Mrs. Z. were visiting relatives In Santa I The Florida solon recently offered l :

4f4J1RFTM, Z. Grlffls and other relatives of Fe Sunday.Mr. the measure to Congress at the Oa4eardthUVSY
I this section Sunday'aft *
rno n. and Mr. L. A'. Gainey Mr. request of. themayor, who had H

: Harvey Gainey spent' the week and Mrs. R. M. Gainey and children first announced his advocacy of /$
; end with his mother, Mrs. E. E. were such a project,during the courseof I ''
Lee of Bethel. visiting relatives I IJacksonville in a6OU'r -
a civic
:1 K L, Gasklns nod son, Pete I, Sunday. weeks ago.INHERITS. address several ?
Mr. and
1l'jpDo made a business trip 'to Gaines Mrs. Morgan Tilghman n VEL I Nt
were In Gainesville
Your Sunday.
Trading vllle last
Thursday. HEAD.1CHKWinter TRA 11Jf Jf
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'W. Kelly and '
1 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Grlffis of i

\. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are r South Carolina spent the weekend to daughter Brooker.Judy, have moved back 'I Carn of Winter Haven.-Haven Chief of Inherited Police ;: SALESMAN..

fl' certificates.given away With i ;; every $40 in trade We with are relatives sorry to here.report that Kldon Hardy was a visitor in I chief$4.50 and a headache'from\ former

Jacksonville DeWItt
the He
-1 I Are Redeemed l l1 little Edward Green la over ,week-end. la now
very i Mr. and Mrs. consulting the >
: In dub If SMITH'S at this writing. Marvin Hazenof city attorney,seek
GARAGE Starke ing a cure. "
You GhoooA were visiting Mr and employed a"spotter"
,t 4f STAKKE FLORIDA Mrs. Mann Hazen and Mrs. John to buy a baseball pool
t BROOKER Cone Sunday. ticket as a groundwork for an r

fly Mr- L. L. ParkerNicholsCrosby Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter were arrest.: The ticket won and the V4

b visiting Mrs. Baxter's parents, Mr. operator paid $450 which was

and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis, In Jacksonville sealed In an envelope and put In -1
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby announce Sunday. the petty cash fund. Now If

the marriage of their T, B. Plnholster attended the|'the city accepts the money, it becomes -

MEATCURING daughter, Myrtlce, to William I P singing convention at Green Cove an accessory to the crime; _

Nichols of Penaacola on Sunday Sunda)'. If it doesn't accept it, what la to _

February 2 at Camp Blandlng. Mrs. V. V. Hazen was shopping be done with it? Of course, he.
ds The impressive ring ceremony In Gainesville Tuesday. can buy aspirin with it.

wa performed b y Lt. Hudnon You are Invited to attend Sunday -

Chaplain of the 124th Infantry In school Sunday morning at HANK RESOURCES: RISETallahasseeRellources

the presence of a few I intimate//10 o'clock at the Brooker Baptist of Flor faves
friends. 2qonq
church and church afterwards ida: State banks at the close of
The attractive bride was attired with the Rev. C. A. Warren of 1940 totaled 126000.000, the

In a navy blue dress with matchIng Hampton. Pastor. highest figure since 1929. Comp

No increase in PricesWe accessories. She wore a CARD OF THANKS troller J. M Lee said the 114

lovely corsage of gardenias and We wish to thank each and State banks and trust companies

Ullles-of-the-valley. everyone of you for the sympathy had on December 31, deposits of

Miss Madeline Crosby, sister of and kindness extended to $111.355,193, capital funds of $14.- Sample' One-Way
the bride acted as maid of honor us in our bereavement May 567.000. loans of $37.514.000. Farce : H. travel :3 mile* la a bus at about
It Federal
Specialize In with Misses Marxle Howard. Mar- God's blessings be Government the coat of fairing 1 nil la Ida own
Sugar with each of obligations of Jacksonvllla ____ earl And
Iso Crosby and Odessa Kelley .80 that's not aU-h* arrive reeled
I attendants. Mr. Nichols aas you.Mrs.. $15,789.000.} other bonds $14.474- Miami _______ $3.60 f and relaxed. h. has no driving strain
chose J.
his best man Cliff E. ClemoD, Mr. and 000 and cash on hand or due from Tampa ___-__ .24SO no parking probUma. Jfe eon atoporer:
Kelley. Mrs Ellis Clemons other banks whenever h. waatma
and chi of $54.640,000. The St. Petersburg .63.00 wants without !
After the wedding the bridal dren. total resources In 1929 when Orlando valuable Urn atnc t .re's always an-
Cured party returned to the home of the --- 1.s0 otbe bus coming BuaineU
MeatsGainesville there along soon.
bride's parents where dinner were 178 Statebanka, were Ocala --_____?, '..00 trawl kecorjMa, pIeuure. Next trip
served. The 'table was was Lawtey PostmasterA 133000000. Deposits In 1929 totaled Lakeliuid ______ '1.15 tek. a tip has AaMriea'a traveling
with a huge $100,118,312.CHARITY Gainesville ____ .45 "'_.11'-. go vto floeM Motor Lb>.*
wedding cake Civil Service examinationwill I Brookaville ____ '..80 in eoaalorilConway's
ped by a tOP-I'
I I miniature bride a be held soon in 11
M. groom. Starke to fill FAKERS Atlanta ______ 95.30
a contemplated vacancy In the Tallahassee-"Watch out for Savannah ,,_. ".03
Ice & After will a brief wedding trip the position of fourth el..poatmuter Charity Fakers and Bogus Solicltoi Cincinnati -_-___ $10.70 Service StationLACY
couple reside
I Mr. Nichols Is In Jacksonville. at Lawtey. Applications close '__for this Is the season of the Augusta --__ .4JOBU

Camp now employed at today. Compensation of the postmaster year when Florida la flooded with Extra Savings CONWAY AgentPAUli
Blandlng. at this office was 1100. all sorts of appeals for aid
-not on '
Cold Storage Co. I J. E. demon Death 00 for the last fiscal year. only for so-called Florida Chari-- Round-Trip Tickets
The many friends of J. E. demons
ties but
many agencies In other
will learn with regret of Dairy Herd Enlarged states send their solicitors into
J. L. his
GEORGE death
Mgr. Sunday, 26
January In Florida during the Tourist Season -
I ------- Roy Mathews, owner of Mathews to prey upon the ever ready a-lE C7ai

Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. I Epidemic ofCold Model Dairy, has just enlarged and gullible public. Make sure- '! !

Symptoms his herd by the purchase very sure-that the agency or In- a

; GAINESVILLE of a carload of fine Jersey cow a. s ltution is a bona fide reputable
; 6GB Liquid or 666 Table with 86 Hla herd '''now totals more .than .and,"deserving, on t and ,insist on -
Salve or 66 None Drops generally! CO head, and Mr. Mathews finds the solicitor showing some reliable ----- -

i relieve'' cold symptoms the 19 rat 1& ready market for all the milk! ) evidence of his or her auth-p. _

d' '. --a1 av. they produce natty to surtir* yrmr cnntrt 1Itlnn." I I _

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i: -- 'FEB7'1941' f

L. 7. 1941

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Jones whose true Bob known and husband T. V. CASHKN. Three (3). and i'nur (4) of frac (VI). 1-S acres In Southeast corner of
I FASHION ANMW) M. CLAYTON and hu..- tional South half (S'4tI. In Section Northeast Oiiarter "' Southwest
I PREVIEW I hand K F. l'I.'YTON. MAJOR s.I Twenty-seven. (27), Township All Lota Block Ten (10)Seven Eleven(VII). except Quarter (NEK of 8W%) In .e. n YE.S, (11), Nine. .
CHRISTIE: A. DOO- Six: (t4) South. Range Twentyone teen and tuba 1'wenty-tour ( (24) TownahhpHlx .
chill Twentv-one
( (11)
LITTLE ana husband CHARLES ((21) Kast. Twenty-one
(II Mouth, Itang
On Here ( U, Two ( ) and Four
merits< 1HOI.1TTLK. SAMUEL C. LANK 4.0I: ,I
W. West. Three.fourths. of North half ( Block Eight (Vil >. (II) Kant.
Id Hereafter II I I 1.1. I>. McLKMORrS, THOMAS RORKRTS wl I: of Northeast Quarter (W 24 of !*>tM Two (2), Three (3). and All Blocks One (1). Two (2) ,'
PITTS. F. 1. McOALL. JOHN NV* of NKVi and Northeast Quar. Four (4> of Block Nine ((1X. Three. (3) Four (11), Five (ft). '
ARCTimAi.n MrIIAK. tar of Northwest Quarter NEVi Lots Two OIl and Four '(4) of Eleven ( lJ), Twelve (IS). Sixteen
he writer baa been studying M. ANDREWS JOHNS. FRANCIS of \V4)) and South three-quarter Block Ten IX). II IB). Seventeen (ii). Eighteen t '
I :" lIIlII.AnO MARY C. A. (S 3-4) except about Three acre I.ts Two fj) and Four (4) of (UI), Nineteen (11). and all Block f
ntly| an old text from which HOPHIA OOATKS. F. BROWN! In Southeast. corner. ( bake), In Block Eleven (XI). Twenty-one, except LOIS Seven '

N. I>. WYNN JASPER BROWN Section Twnnty-elKht (28) Township Lots. Two (2) soul Four (4) of ). Klght (5), Nine (9), Ten .
preached In his evangelia- ROBERT WARREN six South a O Kleven 11). Twelve (II). ,"
._j FRANK N. ? Range Twentyone Block Twelve (XII). ( ). ( .
HODSON JOSKPH: II (21) Bast. I Lots and all Black Twenty.two (32).
times. It In \ Two (2) and Four (4) of
many W1NF1ELD PALMER '. '
campaigns MAKTIlt K DRIUOERS. WILLIAM! South Quarter (s"of Section Block Thirteen (XIII). Twanty-three (23). Twenty-four ,
of the rich fool whoa p MAXCKY\ PEEK. JOHN L L. Twenty.nine (29) Township Six Lots Two (i). Four (4). Six (I). (24). Twenty-flv (25))>. Twnty- ". .
story OA8K1NS slx (ZII). T w e nty-seven (27).
I. MORTIMER C. (ii) South, Ilana-e n'f (5) Ten (in), and Twelve ,
and found ; I ) of Bloik( Fourteen Twenty-eight (III) Twenty-nine
great harvest JOSEPH 1 p. McCULLBY. J. '1'. (21) Knst. | ( XIV) '
WOLFENDKN Lute Thirty (80) 'i Thirty-one: (al).
J. ?t. West half. of Northwest One ( I ). Two ((2 I. Four (4), (29)
his barn was not large I WOl.F"I'EN Quarter Six (I). Eight (tO. Nine (9). Ten Thirty.two (lJ). Thirty-six (3'), '
( of
IIHKBFJIT \VOLFENDEN .1. C.: WW NW4)? and East half of
(I0>, KlKVeii ( hIand I) Twelve Thirty-seven. (3?). Crosby LakeShores
of ItlCHArtD, JR., J. H. J. B. Southeast Quarter (EIJ of $iiiY
6h to hold the fruits his PRICE ) I (12) of Block Fifteen XV). In Section Twenty-four
21ft I In
PRICE nnd scres Southeast (24) and Twentyfive425), Township 3
I! of Block
Sixteen .
he built a new barn and husband., H. 11'. PRICE. RILEY Corner In Nertlon Thirty-two. Six (I) Month RangeTw.rtyi' i it
All Lots One
n so MOORE. DANIEL DYAL. THOMAS' Tow"llp{ Six (6) SOUl ((1), Two (2) ST| > A .
erect In the harvest and told CRAWFORD ERV1N JOHNS Tw.nly-on. In Jla.t. and B of Lot Four (UI; Lot Five on. (21) Kast.East <
: MARY (5). Sl[ > A of Lot Six (I), t.ots Ten ((10) acre of Lot Three j,
J soul to take It easy-eat. 0 MARY WAINWRH1HT.C'. ThoMAS J. H ThOMAS' I..ols One, Two, Three. Four (I. lOu. lla and Went half of Lots (3), being the Northeast. Quarter .iof
ROBERT A. 2, 3, 4.) and Northwest Quarter A. B C. t>, F, of Lot Northwest Quarter (NHtt! of \
Jilt be
and merry. L'ONIOS. N. C. TOWNSEND' AARON .p.'dlkr.t..I.
NWW and Southwest Quarter ln "
j' I. al.o A and B of NWU) In Section Twenty-five .4
Is the most ; .SM'TH. known as A. P. ((8W"' ) of Northwest Quarter Lot I South.Range ,
many ways SMITH C. M PHILLIPS Twenty-one (II) of Block ( III). Township Hlx ( )
I"I"J. W. (NWU) of Section Thlrty-three "Seventeen (XVII). Twenty-one (21) Kast.Northwest .
king and Impressive story HARRIS FLORIDA A. DYAL FRANK JONES.': S3), Township. Six (0) South Lots Three. (II. Five (5) and Six Quarter. of SouthwestQuarter

ch Jesus ever told. We note husband fJEORQK HART/Jolned!! D by her Range Twenty-one. ((21) East. (C I) tf Block Eighteen 1"" (XVIII). (N'Vof AW%) In Hee- ,
HART, All fractional Section<< Thirty.five Lots. One (1) Two tlon Township '
'DAVID tl) Four (4). Thirty.three (lS.L
j fact that the man's groundght I NKWNN HOWBLL 1'. WAIN THOMAS WHit 111'1'' DYAL (Si). Township: Six (rt) South, Five (1\1 find Six ((8). Block' Nineteen Six (I) Houth Itange Twenty-one Ji'
MRS Range' Twenty-one
(21) East. .
forth plentifully. Really K. R DREW (XIX). (21) KaetWest \
whose true .
Christian Northeast Quarter of
Northeast Lute One il. .
( Three (3). Five : <
was not his ground. It was i name hiisonnd.Is unknown K H. ,DREW joined 'by ptli Quarter (NBVt" of NE'4) and (II) and Hlx (8) of Block Twenty South of Qtmrter Northeast of Southwest Quarter (S14 Quarter of
I'B ground. He was cultivating vu.r_ VARNRR, Lt'NA Mel "., tq. I'"-Y Northeast Northwest Quarter (NWW Quarter_ of of (XX). of NKU of Section F ve> '

belonged to God. Gods 'w DfPREH MINNIE PRICE. MRS.!' NE1*) and Fractional Northwest.. Blocks Twenty-six ((26). Twenty- (III. Township Seven (7) South,.
-1 that .: 01KM. ':: Hrt.DINO ami htiHhaml.., Quarter (NW \%) anti all South' nine (Ii!)) Thirty (SO), Thirty-one Range Twenty-on (21) Kast.Northeast :: ,
Bund which be cultivated pro- 1 ( ....ar IIULD1NO. 8TERL1VO: :' S. half. SVi,) North of S. A. I... It. It., (it), Thirty.two 'tJ2), Thirty- Quarter (NEU) and
fed The flrat I'IHI'Jo1.' LENA. PRIOR. MRS: 111.\1111 hI In Hei-llon\ Thlrty.slx$ S8) Township three ((3t: >, Thirty-four, (34). half of Northwest Quarter 'I''I'M'V" ''
( a great crop. HORTON and h 11..1..,nl. ? .. six Iftl( / Htlon that came to him Is this, I HORTON IIENAN 1.'. WYNV.: (nl o. (Ills (Si ) East. Thirty.seven: (!S7! ), TNln .tt"rht Quarter o f Southwest. Quarter I '

shall I do with what I i M.; l'.\t-K( and wife, hi ItS. OKOIU1E':: All Fractional Suction except OS, and Thirty-nine NW/, of 8WW) and Southeast '
at E. PACE' whose t rue Christian North Quarter. of Nm'l h."t QIIIIIter -- All! Block Forty.threa (4J, South Quarter of Southwest. Quarlel'SE't
c"! That la always the quea- ,name Is unknown! II J. Mil.1.1(1N, IN'" of N m\ll\ ) of Mutt ion One of 5. A. J... Railway.! ( or HW%) and Northwest

trustee of God's ,'. .1. ALDERMAN W. C. COLLINS' ((1))I. Township. Seven (t) / Ian Is a [ JOHN PEACOCK. ABSALOM: THO flange, 'rw..nl. y-uno ((81)i East. (NH\ lOrIN"I/: ) except ten ( IC) (NWV, of HE**) In Section Nine j ,

,j. This rich fool saId "I am I' MAS. E1IWARI: N. DICKERSON. '... All fractional t .Sm-tlon. oxcept R acres In !MultI hplI,1 corner; nnd III). Township Seven (7) South.Range 1,(,
'MARY E TRUHY and huxlmnrl, J. It. Ulurht! of Way Section Two South' (,t un tier of SiiO beast Quar Twenty-one (II ) limit
Ug) to( store up what I have and II M. TIU'HV. RHlSSin!: M. .1) \\'IM.. and (2), Township rinven (7) South ter: nf HrmtlinnKl Quarter S',4' of Northwest Quarter of Southwest I

m going to take It easy. I am c hiiHK.tnil. W. H DAVIS, FLOUIN U liii lug,. 't'went V.OIIC (21)) Bust. I SKV4: of Hicm" I i III .Section. Five (3). Quarter (NW <4 of HW>,4) In H' ..n.
4 ; JONRS.: P11-1K1IE: A. : lion Fourteen (14), TownshipI4evetu
I BERNARD. All Fractional Hiu-tloo I except It. 'I''wiiehip Suvt'ii (7)) Soul, Range
Lg to eat and drink and be r'"M' f* Iii 1RVMN N. BERNARD, CLARK l
try He did not take it easy. I i I .IOItl I> VN, MARTHA '-I-'KWKKS' : 111.1.\\ TowiiNhlp Sown (T> South flange. Utinrtnr, of NortheastSoullnvffst end (I East
:TIM'KTir: ': II. I'ltI1| 'COTT. K' Twenty.one (21 ) Bust.' (Julort: ii. (N.R, (if N I't 4 1 it ml ii Mouth half of Northwest Quarterof
l no doubt stayed awake atpit 1'RKvfoTT. S. C. HtllmiT I. M All Southeast' Qumtnr, (SBU) Iv- Quarter nf NOIUKUHIQimitnr Nurthrnst Quarter (S't 6( of ,

wondering 11 anybody .was i': HAIINAOE, H. ('. ItVALS', 11. II. |InlC South of M. A. I... Ry., except (S\V l V,. of NI' "H and, East NWV of NE<4) und North half of ,,.
I 'THOMAS: I. It i I.. KARRILL nl' (}H. Mis.. Joxephlnn Halls four acres. hnlf of HoiithptiM Quitter' ( I iuL'.. of Houthwwst Quarter. of Northeast j jQtinrter
ling what hehad.. IK KTON'E.: .WILEY //tOil I.:\t-O'li.: :' J. i In "Suction' Four (If). Township I HK'i": ) iiml nil Northwest, Quarter (NS of HWW\ of NEtS, -

R is hard for a man who haskldly I*. Ml'ltPllY. HYVANNAII PURSCOTT. HKVCII (7) "Sooth' H.."... Twnntyone (NV\ii. I Kiiulh, uf IIran,''' In 8 1..1". and Southwest, Quurtnr of NorthWest .
.1. C'. !IAUIEitSIN.'ii... (21)I East. I Ion "Eight (8), Township, Seven Quarter (SWU% of NWW -nf '
goods stored up to take l.tAM CROSIIY' JACOB JOhNS' South half ot Southwest Quarter (7) Houth Range Twunty-one Hue t Ion Hlxteen ( It), Township

iaay. The goods have to be : WILLIAM 1'. YOUNd And wife, SVb\ of SW%) except three acres. (21) I East, Seven (n south Range Twenty. _
; i\y.y.\K\ c. VOtING MARY \(' In Northwest corner and five NOI-I livimt Quarter of Northwest. on. (SI I ) East.Northeast +',
tected against fire, robbery ; R1.I4OV'iitVli.l.I'AM.i I' \NCY. acres I In Southwest corner, and quarter (NKVi o. of NWI4) of tie.'- Quarter of Northwest' t

1 loss of all kinds ''The starved FANNIE' SITMNER FREDEItICK except all of West half of Northwest lion Nine ((9)) Township Seven (7) Quarter NKVt\ of NW%) In tI'I,
( CRASS. SAMUEL: A. 8WANN, It. Quarter of Southwest Quarter South, Ilunge Twenty-one ((21) linn Twenty-two (22), To-wnshl* fl.,
I of the rich fool could not eat The school leather who mould keep the attention o/ her doll.. and H. IIICKN. KDWARD. I. McCARTY, of Southwest Quarter ( WM.\ .'....t' (7) Houth. Range Twenty-one 'J
and wife, .ELIZABETH: McCARTY of NW4 of HWi ClI SW"'tI) South All|| North bait of Northwest. II '
cause- the soul could not eat earn lh. devotion of her pupilt muM avoid the traditional drab garb of the JOSEPH M. ALVAREZ. .1. M. of Railway In Section Four (4) Quarter (NV4, of NWW\ and all ( ) East.'VOlT [

ns and stocks and lands. He "Id-i.... ichool-marm. Her elothtt muil have style, dath, and color like Inethrt K.\t('H LIIOFF.n. IDA A. CHASE, Township. Seven (7) South flange North belt of Southeast Quarterof AND EACH OP" YOU.whether .

because he .-piec. wool and rayon sale shown above tehlch, in the January WILLIAM tTNDRRHILL, N. It.hITid. Twenty.one. (21) Kast Northwest Quarter (NV of known 'or unknown, are I.!
_Id not be merry ".u. o/ Good appeari } .. KATH LIVINGSTON.' I). I. Northeast Quarter of .Southwest I4Eu% of NW \%). North of U M. A hereby notified that a suit Item
bably worried so much he had Ifoiu.Iaeeping.GRAHAM AMEH.: OEOROM A. MAIICOTTE.! Quarter (NKV, of "HWVi" \ and Bast F. Uy., In Hut-lion Ten(10), Township been brought against you In' theCircuit -
I ARCHIE N. MARCOTTK. AL- half I of Northwest Quarter of Seven (7) Houth.' Range Court of Bradford County
ligestlon\ and a despeptic can- published once a week .for. four (4)uonH PHONHE MARCOTTE: flEOROK: C. Southwest Quarter ( Eta\ of NW'i Twenty-one (21) Knst. Florida In Chancery, hy W. H.
I be merry. The things we ..rutlve week. KIUJSB: LeROY M. PREKCE:: and of HW14) In Hectlon Four ( 4). Noriiu..utst' .. Northeast "Smith; that the nature of said suit ..
By Mrs. !<. C. Smith W1TNKISB the Honorable A. Z. wife, BLANCHE, L. Pit 10 ECU Township Reven (7) South Range Uiirfitfr:: (NS'i: .r.trN'iJ4: ) In Heo- Is to quietanil confirm plaintiff'stItle ;
Ire for ourselves dq not make Adklna as Judge" of thlll Court, and LAURA A. DAUBER: LENA V. Twenty-one (21) Rust.I.ts tlon Eleven ( '1). Township Seven to the lands. above described: f ',
the (Seal of this Court, In the City IIIUHARU, ALVIN A. ARCIIAM- Two (7) H."lh a".1 you are hereby required tn file ,
J It Is using the thingsich Mr and Mrs. (2) and Three (3), orNorthwest RatiKO TwentyoneII .
happy. Clyde Strickland, with' the Clerk said Court In hi* 1'office
of llradford County, Florida ( ) l&: .st.
I SlarkeJ Quarter (NW'4)! i.t.tt k.f ; '
| we have received from GodGod's Misses Louise Strickland and Rev. .. day of January 1941. a willow., SIMON' (UllLOW JAMES, or all fractional West half of Ninth Quarter (NIl ) and North at. 'Bradford. County, .
(OFF'ICIAlj SKAIj) A. J. 'ilionias Northeast of NEVlylnif half of 8.'uittuwem.t, Quarter ofNoithoitst Florida your written appearano j '
( )
that makes us S. I JOHN LOVELACE.\ Quarl..rV"" <
glory Burton HAILEY JR., I
were visiting in Crescent thefirst
(personal or by attorney) on
Clerk of the ('lr<-"lt Court. Urud- TIIKOPIIIU'H l : Noith unit West of CornudaStreet Qiinrtxr ( N'/d of HW14\ .
P" City Sunday. ford County, Florida. CHAPMAN WIL accordInur to of Sampson <,f Nt'I'p; stud North half. of South Monday In March A. n. 1941.
I LIAM J. JONES! TIIO.MAS I J. ROHMIITH. plat being the third day of said month tj ',
fcesus said "A i man's life con- Mr. and Mrs. C" J. Frazier! Lloyd Bass for, Plaintiff :: CLEO; DINKINS. as heir at City Suvsn In Huctlon Four (4) linlf" or of Northwest NWV InN..cll""w..lvlI Quarter' ( NHof stud, I hereafter to flirt with ...alq 1"
Attorney TownHhlp ((7) "South Hanue Sty ,)
It eth. not in the abundance. of were shopping In Starke Satur JttckHonvllle Florida.. '1-31 4t 1-21. .;m'Nor!1C'. ltiIIWI"II, i .rf i|p.t"lo""Y.I|, Twenly-ono (It ) Bast., 413) 'r.wuushii. "Seven (7) Nnlllh'j Clerk, to your the: written hill of complaint defenses In I Ifany. .';

which he PORTER.{) LEON 1.N'n:LIIt."' .1..1E. A I.so: Conimvnce at center of (1 Uunire TMenty.one (21) :' ( '.
things possesses. ( Northeast. salt! suit at the time prescribed by
Northeast uf
14. & J. Ry. track opposite mile jiinrtfr
OIIAVES, JOHN l'Itli' : .
Lit Is a revolutionary statementany day.Mr. IV TIIH ('!II'l'i'l' ('.>.:HT OK TIIK W HIN.CKLE. U L.: n.tAt: ; punt marked 844 fioni Macon. and Mrs. Nathaniel .-,.. ,..,. Herein fall. not .
: Men thinkis Oval I" .11'' ) |, "IJU'ITr' TKH: JtOt3i rITSON. F R. BURl IAN. and 41 from Pulatka and runiast NoitliMUst' Qnnrtrr' of SouthnastUimilcr I or Judgment .
generation are the proud parents of a baby, AN. ) FOIl IIIIAIIKOIIII C'Ol'\01": %', W A MAYH \V M. l'AIIKI t.lt. i hairrespoetive : on snld railway. track 127 (NI'-.V' of HEll) In Section will be entered. against you by de
made up of things and there !. ..u..II) %. I"l 4 I n. ( iHY: unknown heirs. at law, feet. South R2 feet to point oflicKlnnlnir Huveiitiivn fIT I 1.) fault
have the boy born January 21. John Jlarleston Jr. It'KlltHpM, devlsoes. grantees or an-, I thence South 827 feet H."el1 (7) South Range Tnw".h"1 The Bradford County: Telegraph,
things they more Plaintiff. .. West 784 fear North 61ft feet to one > a newspaper of general circulation. r
they have. Jesus Said that.t Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Norman and "V"Jane J..IK"C.W.; ANt. II.>REWH ROdEllH* HON.COMPANY, S. A. K Hallway thence North ,, 1I:2: lfr; I"'Nul.th half of North. I published In Bradford, County, Florida '
i. true. Jesus told the story children of the Rising section, Brown Defendant.NOTICM Harlealon. CASSELLH, A O. ('ASMIll.4!' \\t R.CASSKLS. : 71 way degrees 367 feet East thence along 4A2 right feet of torolnt NV'4)wi'"l' Qimiter nnd Hixithwest IH>(i of Qimrler N \1a of ofNoitliwest IM hereby In which designated this aa notice the 1n"W"Iu.r \..

j this rich fool to illustrate his Mr. and :Mrs. Leo A y e r a of 'I'U! IH J.o I'NnANT fleas. as the trading firm of" :'t.1 Q dolnv CAHSKLSSONS I bust.) 1 of lifitlnnlnir.. In Section. Qiiitrtrr. (HW 4 of shall tin published once a week for 'i',

Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Fred IN T11IO NAMIO (ii' TIIH STATE & CO MONROE : I (4), Township, "Seven (7) NW '1) and Southwest quarl.1 four I'linseuuilve w.,'Ws prior' to : I
(.lenient that life does not con- ..... ; VKNAHLH In Huclloii. MUI.I third day of March, A. U., i
FLOrtlt, (IIn F.TINJS: w. J. JONES AND W T.. !IRhIRlI'I'S.ltrading South Ranve. Twenty-one (II I ) rtWV( ) Mix (n). ;
t of things which we possess. Johnson of Waldo visited their TO: Jane in-own llitrlestoti. whose and doing buslnesm, ,uiIViNAI4I.RJNi4 East. .hll> .Maven (7) *Mouth Range '
address la co 81. Francis Hospital Arid. the following Lots and Twenty.two ((22) .EastNorlliwtiHt : I WITNESS f my hand and the .ea l
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. ( (IMPANYTiilt
i would seem that men woulde Colorado Springs Colorado.You ; Blocks In Snnipson. City .Florida Quarter of NorthwestQuarter of said Court at Htarke, Bradford

day learn that It Isn't get- Johnson Sunday.Rev. are hereby notified that a HTltAII"L1I.K"1N: J. M. Tnt.ltalltl J.COMPANY A.I- as per plat. recorded In the publlo (NWI't of NWW1)\ In Hen. County.: Jl'lortdab on this 20th dajr ''hi
bill of complaint has been lied records of Bradford County Flor lion "Heveii (7), TownHhlp, Haven of 1241. ti\
life J. T. Larson of Minnesota FIOWK, partners, trading nnd OFFICIAL: t1 AJj A. .1. Thotnaji 'M
but that makes
giving ,
._ .. against you an defendant In the doing business a. TIUTIIV & Ida! (7) Houth, lUnge Twenty-two
".M 'who has I foregoing cause In chancery.You ; AM of Block Five (V). ((22) Vt\utHoullu'uxt' Clerk of Circuit Court Oradforel 71
rtb living. been'conducUDg services N. .1. JONES ...n 1-21 ,11
Boulhwost County Florida. 4t Il
are further Notified and (partners trading. .and Lots Wit, .Ten (10), lla 12. 13a, Qijarterof.. r- }
uppose the rich man had said, In Starke, held services at the ordered to enter. your written appearance fleas as W. II IIAYNES: (COMPANY ,

have a big harvest and some Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. to mild bill of complaint their respective unknown .hairs at
In the office of the Clerk of thaCircuit Uiwr legatees, di.vlNes grnnte.s,
| my.neighbors who worked hard and Mrs. Alfred Varnes of Court In and for snldcounty Niiccessors or assigns\ : CIIAIU.liS i I : T. I'

not make very much and I amlng' Sampson City attended service : : either personally our..y attorney ;MURDOCH. I. M. LAWKON! and / / ,
on or before the dayIn J A LANC.KRIIEIZEN:I urn Trustees,
to distribute among theme at the Baptist Church Sunday. March the same. being,, the 3rd for PLOHIHA LAND AND %;I)1t'r- I

liny of said. month, A. l I. 1941 or OAOW COMPANY I.TIt. IJVA H.HIllviiolM .
e food. I have more 'Mr.
and Mrs. II. D. Rogers and .
to have a default entered BHTalnstyou
1. Trustpn; JOHN U (1AS-
n enough to get through this little daughter Carolyn of Win for failure' to so appear. KIN Trustee for Ktarke Ii n It Is further ordered that thisnotice '
I'1 and I will City Its lirnad Company. ;
save a year's
sup. ter Garden have recently moved be published In the Brad thilr respective known siicreasi.rMnnd .

and trust God for sunshine here. We welcome them Into ford County Telegraph a newspaper assigns; HUKVAItl: PIIOPIOR.TIES. ; : .

II I rain and of general circulation published : IN J., a dissolved Florida
a good
crop our midst. i In said. County of Bradford rurporntlon, ATLANTIC LUMHKIl ,

ar." But he didn't say that. I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts i once each week for four consecutive .. 'OMPANY, H dissolved. Florida CHSWOIETFOR Z//S

weeks. Corporation EMPIRE f.I'MlIt.it:
did not know God. and beI I visited the bedside of Mr. Rob- I pone thin 29th day of January. COMPANY, a dissolved Florida corimrallon -

I not realize that God wouldd ert's mother in Lake Butler Sun A. D 1941.OFFICIAL.. FLORIDA LAND AND I
the ( SHAM A. .J. Thomas., IMMIORATION\ COMPANY a dim-I
sunshine and the rain "
day. Clerk Circuit Court.
solved Florida corporation, FLl R-
he just laid up a supply for John J. ;: : :-ant'If1:31:? :: IDA RAILROAD COMPANY a self for BUS SCHEDULE I Solicitor I for 4t J-21 Florida corporation: IIKAD- ;
many years.It I I

.Is all right for a farmer tore Northbound C'lRCITIT COUIIT Of THRKHiiiTii COMPANY a dissolved. Florida corporatlon. .
> a reasonable supply of his Leave Starke,-7:4A: A. M.. :2:3: jimriti. riiirniT IA'111) '11 FLORIDA MUCK LAND
COMPANY, dissolved Florida cor.
rveat but It Is wrong for a A. 1C. 12:30: P. M.. 1:45: P. M.; roil. .tAnFORn' > COUNTY.PLOIIIIIA. poratlon; AMBLER a LUMBER COM1PANY .

6:10: P. M.; 10:10: P. M. IV CHANCKKYKlolse : a dissolved' Florida corporation
flier to store Farris '
for Watts ,
a supply many ; ATLANTir BIIWANNEE, ,

sirs and just sit down and take SouthboundLeave '. ..Plaintiff lUVICn A OULF) RAILWAY COM-1
Starke 4:30 P. M. 2:10 PANY. dissolved. Florida corporation :
-- : ; : Richardson Jr. a
easy when some'other hard- Bethel Farris CONSTRUCTION a&fMJVYj

irking farmer may be hungry. : A. M.; 10:20 A. M.; 2:20: P. M.; NOT1CF.Defendant.TO PRFKNDANT: OOMPANY.; MACON a dissolved Georgia corporatlon -
]Iflahness Is, sin. Sins are the 5:20: P. M. TN! TIIK NAMB! OK TuB. "STATE' BANK a; dissolved BRADFORD Florida COUNTY corpora. I
ort of a person to gratify hlmr 'l'() B..th..1 KIcharilHon Farrls. Jr. lion HAWTHORNE HTATIQ BANK
Leaves Starke-7:15: A. M.: Leave : a dissolved Florida, corporation; .. '
to give vent his emotions whose address Is General Delivery rtlssolvidFlorida t
Starke for Palatka and St. Augustine Georgetown, S. C. MERCHANTS
to have his Sin Is rebel. corporation : '
notified that
way. You are hereby '
5:20: P. M.Veatbounil. A FARMERS HANK a dissolvedcorporation .
against God restric- hill of complaint hae been fileda.rainat
or and the NATIONAL
any \ ;
\ von. In the nbov and foregoing .
ns that
keep the Individual Leave Starke-7:40: A. M.; 11:00A. : cau.e In chancery.You anelord..r..d Unsolved corporation and nil unknown I
I M.; Leave Starke for Lake to enter your writtenappearance

man who Is surrendered toI I Butler Perry and Tallahassee to said bill of complaint claiming natural corporate any Interest or under municipal. or

(I Is unselfish. God'sy In the office of tho Clerkof .. dissolved or
He wants from said corporations
5:35 M.Passengers
: P. the Circuit Court In and for
and his. either personally or otherwise; and all unknown persons | .' M' it rti
not I called for and delivered said county, or parties ; *
before the Rule tnrh:17 lt.
The hy attorney on or :
more selfish people are there free within city limits. l Pay In March the same being the title or Interest In lands and .
'lowing dnBcrlliO'1 eltuxte lying
miserable they are. There I Station must be notified 30 minutes 3rd day of .ald'monlh. .A. D. 1941 and being. In Bradford County

) unselfish the. happier they I before scheduled arrival of or to for have failure. a default to so entered appear.It againstyou "Florida t..wltNorthw..t

e. Someone has said "Get all busses. Phone 147. Is further ordered that this Quarter of Southwest. i 's.'naai.._
notice be published In the Hradfonl Quarter. (NW'/i of HVVVO ,if 1<1"1'-
\I can and can all you get." County Telegraph a newe- I Ion Fifteen (Ill, Township Six "

e Christian attitude, Is "Get aJlu IN' 1IIK lltCI; IT f'O"It.' ,. Klf.llTHJtlHntl paper of general' circulation pub- 16)) South Range" Twenty-one (31) .
(.lIu..r OF ri.OHIllt. ilsheil. In said I County of Bradford Kast: containing Forty (ID) Atree.lNortheast I ._e------se-------' .hsa
can honorably and then give IV .,'\U roll IIHAUKOHH once each week for four consecu- Quarter of SoutheastUuurter 90

'ay all you can spare.'t vovN'rYIN Ova w..k.. INK'4: of SEV<) and Houth H.P.ENGINE IitI''a
: ('IIA'Ifl' >nn. this 29th day of January, half of Southeast Quarter ((8"" of I( ; jj"U .
San II la M. Ilurch. A. 0 1941.oFFICIAL. BKV, ) of Section Sixteen (J hill,1 rniLJi1 e S e because Chevrolet c '

1>Plaintiff I i ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Township. Mix fll Mouth, Range IAn'.nl,. NO

lission Hall .VflKnimltt- I Clerk Circuit Court. Twenty-one (II I ) .East, containing I. wcA; for '41 Is the only low- tIIICIItI........
Bnrch.I John J. Henderson Esq. One Hundred Twenty (I20) Acres.Northweet ._ ..'" 16M

nd Tabernacle: >..f.ndantrmr Solicitor for plaintiff. 1.31 4t 2-21 Quarter. of $outheastj priced with a 90-h.p. NO
car ---
( >EH OP PFIIVICK quarter (NWV4 of 511%) it Hec- ., ..
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NOTICE TO APPEAR tlon Seventeen (17). Township. "Hlxf .... .. :
The IV TIIK e.RC..T roth ? OlFMMtmi Twenty-one (21) Valve-In-Head "Victory"Engine ---iwss. NO
revival service* at the The State of Florida: .:UOI.T.. jiniritt ) South Range ,
B. P. V. Doug' .:a.t. containing Forty ((40) Acres I
To Emmltt Burch
bernacle conducted by Evan- i ('IIU'IJI'r. s'11In' KOH llHtltFOHU North half of Northeast Quarter4Ntt umrzmoaMJJ81
las. (J.orgla.' CIIAMKItV.W. -the same type
('ol'I'ry.1 g itm
list Joseph T, Larson last week! It U hereby; ordered that youAI' SMITh of NK'/i and South.a.tIuarter btI7rA/.lIdYlI
H. .
to on the 8rd (, of Northwest Quarter
appear .
required Plaintiff. of that holds allworld's
> engine
highly successful. The ser- day of March A. I). 1941 before the DONALD: 1 McKAY. et al., *
I of Southwest QuarterNB'
e originally scheduled 'to close above entitled court. to the bill of .
Defendants.VI ( /, of I4V' and haiti records for performance -- -...
Iday complaint flied aitalnut you In the SlUT TO QUIRT TITLE 4)Q eOUI'I. .., '
night, was continued above entitled caune: and ""Brad PUBLICATION of Southwest nfi --... 0 II
rough Telegraph la herebydPRinted HWV ) and West half of $outh.west on land sea
Sunday. Saturday night ford County NOTICB TO APPKAH Quarter of Houtheast Quarter AGAIN CHEVROLET'S

open air meeting was held ate which thla order an the shall newepaper b.. publlnhed In MIlA TOCAIU.YI.B CAHLYLB PKEK PKKK whose and wife.true rleetlon(WH'Twenty.one of SWVi of(21)SEV/, Township ). InI THE LEADER and In the alrl Na '

COurthouse Several young once. a week for four connecutlveWlt'neHH Christian name Is unknown of Six (il' Houth. I lI.n",,01Tw.ntyone

ople signified' their desire to w..k. 6ZO: Klmhank Avenue Chicago, II- (21) Ease containing. alzdUju I
hand and the anal HARMON and
come Christians. Mr. Larson's of this court my at Htarke, E'orlda.thl w"fe* ; MJu.J.. CHARLKY HARMON, Two Southwest' Hundred Quarter Sixty of(260)NnrthwstQuarter Acres. I I,) '4

>ok .. 22 day. of January A. I). l .. whose true- Christian name I. unknown .
of (aW" of NW'A ) and
ln- %
songs proved quite I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..I. Thomas, of Weston.. oVorsrla: MRS. of Southwest Quarter
!Iratlonal. His preaching was I Clerk of the Circuit Court.O. riURTItUDH NICKOLXON and hue- North
of klWV4) Southeastf
rect and forceful. A. St.phen.. Plaintiff Attorney.. band __ --__ NICICf.LBON. atColumbus. Quarter of Southeast Quarter I
The : l'24-4t 2-14 (HHIH of 8K 4V In Section Twenty-l OT
J.lliMiHltARMO J
children's chorus assisted MON and wit. MKHo two (22), Township Mix (II) South, l

the services, solos and duets iv' TIIK (.IRCI-.. roriiT. r.o nTIIH le unknown whose true of Liimpkln.0or Christian. Range Twenty-one (21) Bant
ere KHJIITH .".U'('" *!. (. ..t. name BL'MMKR.FOOT ,: containing one hundred sixty
featured music excel- "" lai MRM. PKARL I
OK KI-OBIH l> IN U (1(0) acres.
("l IT
and husband.
nt. and attendance was good. mil wit"nKoMH eotsiTY.: : 2:siI.ldore MKRFfxjT of Lumpkln.? Georgia- ; Northeast Quarter of Routhweet

The regular Tuesday service ate ('If.\"(:I.i1y. MRS. LUCIL: AMMiiNH and hus.band Quarter (NKH of $W%) and South TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
Ijippln half of H"uthw..t Quartere. of ;
Mission. < ..__-.__ AMMONS. of Lump. .
Hall was In charge nuff.I kin Oeorula"" : MRS- OLADYH AM. SW%) In Hectlon Twenty-three

Ralph Gomes who used the -Vp- DIVOKqHS MONS. and hushand. --__. AM. (21). Township Hlx (It) South
Lappin.I..f..ndan. (21) East con- '
Claire atfNS. 01 Lumpklrs Georgia; DN: Ilange Twenty-one
at chapter of Luke for thesis I t. ALl Lo IolcKA. J. N. .lOSt:!'!. taming One Hundred Twenty STARKE FLORIDA .
of his OIU> and wIfe A. V. UONKH' (110) acres. .
study. Mr. Gomes THE MATE OF FLORIDA: IXIYIN WITKOI'HKt and wife, Fractional Northwest QuarterNW

II also be in charge of the Fri- TO: Claire Utppln. ...___ MART O. WITKOtJaKI f1EOnJ ( %) except East Ten ( It)
21HO Wallace Avenue. OTTl>. () AMHLER. J R. Acre and l#.t F"I) and South
night, service at the Taber- N.w York City. New Tork.It WBLLR 8. M. WKLIJI. BIUHM1' I. half (Sty) of Lot Mix ((0) In ....0. Chevrolet) Are To Florida Not Driven
All Shipped -
cle. ordered that you Township -
l I. hereby 2rdaSJr. WAII.KH. MARTHA FINI.MY.. lion Twenfy-flv (2J), :
to appear on the MCF- Kit U) Southw ltan.. Twenty.ene
Sunday are required the CIIARLEH U TU'TTLK. O. T. .. .
afternoon at three o'the before ":? H. SMITh CARD KfN.UUEPi (II) Ea.t.
JnJf.rdC'couIrV.l? 01 FLFY. NEW
ck bible school will meet. to the lUll the HAMIJKI. M1HHNER. JAMKH All fractional Section Twenty-six so they come to you genuinely !
Complaint flied againSt you |I" MR HENRY CLARK. (II), Township Mix (4) Mouth
asses are provided for all age above "Utl.d caU''r.l.ra.5h... and :Th.Itradtord Is whose Ira.. ChrUllao name l I" un. Rang. Twenty-one (21) East eontalnlac i

oupl. Th BIbU to the only llt- County lbs newspaper known. and husband HENRY 664 acres.
designated a. Last Half of Northeast Quarter
tare used. b."b) In whIch this order shall be CLARK. MR8. T. V -

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of Commerce. Competition, of NEW POST OFFICE, .
Motors CommissionersMet New CorrespondentFor Strawberry
.See Need Here course, la the life of trade; and DEDICATED SATURDAY Feati

For Trailer Park To Open SaturdayJ. Here MondayThe LawteyThe yet if the present businesses Can (Continued From Page One) ShortLivedThe
take care of the situation, any

r>. I. Stgman, of Jacksonville P Roberts Motors, Starke'snew Board of County Commissioners -, Telegraph is pleased to new aspirants are advised not to dress, 'Congressman ,Green again career ofty'a DI'Bdrot4
Plymouth and Dodge sales of Bradford County met announce that Mrs. David como here.
ni&oLUry, itiKpector over sixteen I rose, this time with fire In his wldely-advertlsea 'J
: and service establishment, will ,(Ruby) Moore'' will handle the ,
with the following Ta those merchants and Other Festival
' ,' tl' (counties foe the State Board of i open to the public Saturday In Monday morning news from' Lawtey each week,' the eyes, and with mike In hand was short-lived.
citizens who might feel that
', : Health looked In on the Starke the newly completed building constructed -' members present: W. M., and it ..WiIUIbe/ greatly appreci- Chamber of Commerce ia a very said to the crowd gathered 'there: posed to have opened las,

n wcpk on Temple Ave. (Road Edwards, chairman; p D. Red-, ated if residents there will turn day, It packed
last/ into the Up
; atUAtion again : expensive luxury the Secretary :"Junt as we are getting and
Wet reference to health cer- 13)). : dish, J, L. Wynn, T C. Chaplain their news items in to her regularly would send this message: "All new postoffice, we shall have to Wednesday without ever

J. P, Roberts, owner, states and M. O. Harrell. or leave them where they the money that has ever been getting started.
for funds to
restaurant that his service department, under Mrs. Margery Wilt, representing may be picked up. subscribed to the organizationcould ask double the Its Government size--and that I shall A number of dlfficuiti.! ,
the management of L. G. For some time now Lawtey not to the encountered and
lift finds a slight the Florida National Exhibits, begin buy space do next week." The Congressman no doubt
t aver his last visit here, "It was Reid, will be among the best- met the board and requested a has not had a regular correspondent that we are getting; in the, Sat- concluded his second speechby counted for Its early

"F, t really better than I had ex- equipped In this part of the state. donation of $440 for the 1941 ex- In The Telegraph, thus urday Evening Post because of that "the postal service Sheriff A. O. Andrea! early

al $ecUtl." he frald. "But all who do Mr. Reid Is a graduate, of the hibition season at Atlantic depriving our readers of a lot the efforts of the Chamber of ;declaring the largest business Institution up the chance-taking Con,
Tiot,have them now MUST have Faiagen Three-Way System of City, N. J. The board appropriated of ,nteresUng'news.. Commerce." A special feature In the world." A short while later it I\'IIa

1 Ibeva by the end of the week." I wheel aligning and has been an $200 for the project.A. We believe, however, that writer from Jacksonville spent covered that equipment had

'" The State Hoard la going: to Instructor for the Weaver Equip-' B. Surrency, of Brooker, requested we have at last found the right three days In Starke and vicinity, Congressman Green of Introducedthe the placed, bn the wrong Pro,

p0'f ,cxerciae the strictest supervision 1 1 ment Co. I some assistance !in re person, fOr the job and feel sure and a. photographer spent, two principal Honorable speaker Frank- occasion Ellis-, on the Farmers' Market i

vat the sterilization of all dishes The Roberts company will specialize -, pairing' the Scout Hole bridge that Mrs. Moore will turn out: days here, looking over the situa- ? the rather than adjoining

sad utensils used In restaurants, I in front-end aligning and i over New River, which request' an interesting column every tion. A long special article, Chief Clerk, of the United States property Road Dcpuu
sad all employees, white and colored -i has a special unit for this pur-! Wile refened to the Doard of; week. We earnestly, r e quest which 'Includes these photographs, Mail Service< Frank represented C. workmen were here ready

must have their health ,certificates poHe-said to be the only one In 1 Bond Trustee that the residents of Lawtey has already been accepted by the Postmaster-General additional paving at the J
or leave the eating Starke. Complete Weaver Steer- cooperate with her toward this Post, and will be published la an Walker Mr.. Ellis, who is a native and could not go ahead
6 Service la The use of the County Court I of Georgia; has been In the Festival moved. pat
place Ing Correction being end. early issue. This Illustrated ar Cold
offered to the Mr. Reid room was denied' to exCongressman tide postal service Id Washington for also did its bit !
A M t, "1 would like to ace a good public. 1 Upshaw of Georgia In which Is NOT about Camp Blan- to dlscoun"
M trailer park established here In states that he la prepared to In-i to lecture. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ding, but about, Starke! the past' 30 years. tendance,
"There I stall any type of booster brakes Reports were re- i Mr. Ellis: departed from his pre- A'n'In all, the
Rtarte, Bald Mr. Slgman ceived from the County Judge NOW 6 MONTHS OLD Another thing of great Im- mnnagMu.
',i4 on trucks and trailers pared manuscript, long enough to the
ate now 35 or 40 trailers within I and from the. Prison Inspector, (Continued From Page''' One) portance relates to the health and: decided to d
limits. This trailer park, Other employes of the com- pay tribute to Congressman the struggle
pr jxp'; the city The board discontinued the pay- sanitation 'of' Starke. Had not Wednesday,
it .4' .however, must have toilets, urln- pany will be: G. B. Stanley, salesman ments of $15 'per month to the all available rooms In Starke are I Green. He said that we got the moved, out.,
shedjf and II. P. Hated the Chamber of Commerce had new postoffice not only because
ala" showers, wash/ etc., ; Morgan, bookkeeperand Woraans' Club
Library project.
;if they are not on the sewer lines, house manager; John Williams -' coerce. the cooperation of two such Starke was the home town of Lex LACK OF FACILITIES i

1''' ttout be equipped with septic service station operator,I The County Attorney was Instructed been without help for the past strong bodies as the State Boardof Green,, but also because of his DISCUSSED AT
to prepare the necessary : tireless activity, going' after MEET!
lank. and, E. E. Fowler, mechanic.On two months because the budgetwas
c advertisement of the local bill to Health and the Camp Blanding Continued
things day and night "He getsIn ( From
not "sufficient to take care of I Page
While in Starke, 1'>11' Sigman opening day Saturday, a
be Introduced in the officials, there have been "
coming session might my hair, shouted Mr Ellis.
.Iaeua. +ed sanitary conditions In free quart of oil is being given another paid worker. Even before nuisance?" It ,
of provoked
the Legislature, different
affectingthe or' ,
baby"born that
Camp Blanding a story to tell. Although, "Every ever
with each five gallons of gasoline was ready discussion
senotat! with Mayor N. D. Wain- 'abolishment of the Board of reminded oj
will be born, Is a personal friend
purchased., for occupancy, the Secretary was as has been repeatedly brought j the case of "Scarface"
l Toigttt Jr., and expressed the be- Bond Trustees of the county Inline "in constant touch with 4,000 officers 'In 'of his,", and this that or the Al cJ
print recently, the whom
with the wishes of sanitaryand every law-abiding d
fief\ ,that the general sanitary condition the elec- who were to be stationed I other thing just had to be done. in the United
.v Ritz Announces torate of the health conditions In Starkeare States
Nov. S wan
r of Starke were somewhat i county on there." "You all love him or you would
improved. New Prices I 1040, in the referendum election not what they might be, yet not continue to send him to Con- see behind the bars, but lit
The Chamber is now'busily en- too slick for
held at that time.
The clerk So
reported since we have done the best we gress. We in Washington enjoy
11an effort to whole
2 Churches Effective Saturday, Feb.. 8.. the that he had written each gaged secure a could, and are still trying to cope him also that time that we have world was watching
Begin housing project for Starke. A chance to "get
kh9I following prices will go into ef- newly elected bond trustee of the with the problem ourselves 'we him, up there." some'thlnj
Evening Service fect at the Ritz Theater: county and also the clerk of their Government official from Wash- have not been put on the black him" so they could send,
a board In ington has already made the survey -, away., They finally got him
Matinee performances will be compliance Instruction -
list. If had
done all Into Old Postoffice
we not we
n. Presbyterian and Episcopal 25c and evening performances, of the Board of County Commissioners and his report Is on file in could charge of violating the h,
: ourselves those in authority
? : Churches wish to announce on Jan. 7, 1941 and Washington. "The one thing that tax law, ;and he got pta
30c. This includes all. tax. ; ,at the ,Camp-*puld not have The ,old,_ postoffice buildingwas ,
la per-
+, fc.. all friend and members that that he had received no written holding us back, Mrs. Stephens time for' that. Well, tin
The Ritz mitted not destined to remain long
will continue Its their, men to ,come to
declared, "la the fact that Council
r Sunday evening services now but had served notice
are replies been Informedthat on"joint"
of Starke. sNow vacant. The John H. Denmark
policy Tuesday Bargain ,
beta d held.' These services have I three of the said newly this has not yet been declared a Furniture will that they were wife
when Company move
admission will be
15c and
national defense area. President we have perfected an organization and trying to
just 'begun and are designed tocar elected members had "get sown
declined to
lOc as in the past: On Satur- tAtf* into It this week. E. A. Wink-
for those who with/ to worship serve., Roosevelt must declare it so. But "Community Defense ler electrician on them, and when they it
days admission will be flat 25c: Dewey' Williams,
Jin the evening. there Is not,a Government agency Committee' -with the ten would be Just too bad
both matinee and night. Mrs Anna Alvarez, of the in Washington that doesn't know subsidiary committees' named in painter, and others are 'rapidly ,

The services are being[ held in Housekeeping Aid Project, requested that Starke is in trouble and last week's' paper. These commit- changing its visage from. a"postoffice" '' TRAIN SCIIEDtU
the .
t the month Presbyterian of Church during Mayor's Court Rushed $30 for the purchase of needs help I FHA officials say tees have their meetings, which look to a 'furniture'store" SouthboundNo.

February at 7:30: materials for'' ,uniforms, which they will approve ten houses in began Wednesday Thy will be look As soon as pos- 1 due Starke 1133 fl

During/ the month of Business Is picking up in the request wan net granted by the Starke but there is always some- In session for, three days GeorgeW sible there will also be added' a: local. I

:Much (they will be held In the Mayor's Court During lust week board. thing wrona'. said Mrs. Stephens, Simons, Jr., technical advisor warehouse at the rear of the No. 107 due Starke 9:28: |

Kplttcopiil Church Mayor, N D. Wnlnwrlght, Jr., "so that-Vb can never get the with the National Resources Planning building. 25 x 35 feet. locate

All' young people are Invited sentenced 26 persons, all of Thinks It PermanentIn application through. What we Board, who has been as- No. 191' due Starke lOSl

to the Intermediate Young People's them however for minor offences need Is a local lending agency- signed to help Starke, will be Marriages Booming M. Miami.

try + Society of both churches : 17 for being drunk; :5 for a recent speech before ,a a building and loan association here today, and will meet with N Northbound

4" meeting at the Presbyterian/ minor traffic violations, ; 1 for Jacksonville civic group, Col.O. to help the people' make needed each committee separately,, and During the month of January, No. 2 due Starke 528i: |

Church at 6.15: : All young people reckless driving; 1 for driving W McNeese, public relations improvements on their homes." help them work things out.' County Judge E. K. Perryman local./ I

e, of the uvular age are invitedto drunk. ; 1 for speeding; and one officer at Camp Blanding, stated Another the sold 24 marriage licenses and No. 108 due Starke S;36 f|
thing: : Chamber of In other
the Senior/ Mrs. performed 19 wedding ceremonies.
Young People's Society on a charge of disorderly con- that he believes the camp will Commerce has acted through.
of both churches meeting become a as a clearing Stephens, "we have just got our Not a bad average! On January Starke and Bell Brand!
Army post house for
{:l4 In the Episcopal Rectory at 6:15: : duct.Miss Ethel Taylor was a week- and that there is a possibilitythat merchants new businesses. Few second wind, and can now work 11 alone he married eight couple No. 101 leaves Starke 7 HI
ever establish a business toward permanency, and not haveto So far this 1
month he has M.
on Sunday evenings before the end visitor to Jacksonville re- three, Instead of two, divisions III Starke
,errlcen. i cently. be trained first getting take care of so many ,emergencies. sold five ,marriage licenses and No. 102.'.rrlves, Starke 11::
may there. "
la tooon with "
", the Chamber : t married four couples.> M. -
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with everything that promotes driving and riding ease this newest 119 1-2 inch
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/ wheelbase 91 H. P. Dodge Liner drjving and riding comfort seems to have
Luxury Custom Series Sedan, is certain to appeal to vided in thIS 1941 Dodge been pro-
Luxury Liner
motorists: A side view shows 4-door Custom Town Sedan The
unusually wide of
doors full-flare fenders, low-hung run- ciao design, Is finished in body, ape-
n'uve,Jxxards. and an attractive two-tone effect in which
sweeping, roof lines of streamlined beauty.SATURDAY. the upper structure
appears in a lighter shade than the lower body portions




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