Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01171
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01171
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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s' The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven 'I' "


Defense Road Will Split Town Of Hampton Wide OpenA tJI


Bouncing Baby City What'H)) We Name It? Project Will Doubtless Do Much To Ir!|, '

Mounting Receipts and PayrollPut Revive Hard-Hit Bradford ,J,]:f

County Community \,
Postoffice In Business ClassUncle
Big ,
The town of Hampton, dozing in the doldrums since fir

; "9 ftIMS Road 13 gave it the run around several years ago, is due .11'! ,..

: Sam's l postoffice in Starke, during the entire for the most earth-shaking shock ever experienced in its i '

first year of its existence, 1857 grossed the fabulous heretofore peaceful history. "
amount of $71.90. The new National Defense Highway between Camp ft '

Today it has reached the "big business" classification landing and Gainesville will split Hampton wide asunder I : ", '
and is developing a payroll that compares favorably with And when we say wide--we mean wide I \ '

__ any other local industry. In fact, clerk hire alone for the The narrow 28-foot path of abandoned Road 13, through ,

threemonth'period, October, November ami December the town will become the center of a broad avenue, 43 feet I
amounted tcv$6,402.43. wide, requiring 00-foot right-of-way down the middle of a:

I Starke was the mother, Camp Blanding the father, and here is the offspring -a thriving, non- Postal receipts since the Camp Blanding boom startedin Hampton's once-prosperous business section.

'' ript community along Road 48 Just outside th e gate of the Camp. As yet unnamed, the Infantwn Starke have been nothing short of phenomenal. Total Though it will literally uproot tho town; necessitating j t t4j) '

| la growing fast and must soon be dignified by a title. How about Starbland Not so hot-but for the final, quarter of 1910 was $11,557.07-$1,591.69 moving business buildings- back as much as 20 feet on both ,!

rs hear you suggest a better one. The Telegraph's reporter risked his neck to stand In the middle more than the entire year of. sides of the street, leading ; .

hazardous Road ,48 and sap: this photograph. 1939, and It. Is, believed that receipts September when the construction Hamptonites aren't complain3.3 j :

will reach the $20,000 murk of Camp Handing got under way. Starke Becomes ing. In fact,-they love its ;;,
........" ,' ..\."..,."' ., .. '. ....'.. rl. during the current quarter.At Figures for the two years by They asked for it. And'durr'' \J,
iIi. '. ,'/, A Problem Child
I'." .1'.0: ,. .j \ this rate the office here quarters are aa follows: ing the time alternate routes 4 : \

"wl: .j. ;". .1 ,, '" ; should experience no difficulty In 1939 1940 To Uncle Sam were being surveyed, they "
,, .,.r t P.- .., reaching the $40,000 annual total, let $2,565.39 $2,529.80 shook in their shoes for fear
.". ,- whiclrj./ la'-necessary before It can 2nd 2376.41 3,120.143rd Rtnrkei tin* herunrMi Just another the town would again be' left ,

PS 5 STRICKA O'PRUTth be placet In.the first class classi 2,191.63 2516.05 problem. child for the. off the beaten track, ,?
fication. If the present trend 4th 2832.85 11,557.97 Federal Clovwnment.
"( J. H. Saxon, well-known Hampton j ".
continues, It.l8 possible that the An A nt>clH.l4xl 1'rom dlnpatch merchant voiced the unanimous :. .
x office here will become first claws 9,966.28 19,723.96 from \\'I"hlnlrtcm.t week of tho town whenhe .

SRTfl on July 1, 1942., At the present time 11 clerks stated that Ht-urke and Pensa- said opinion, "U will be the re-making t r
It/ftraEGNrri7d, for In the at roll both in Florida, have been
Receipt ((1940 were Just a are employed poslofflce I willing to
i [utr ttN: of Hampton. am
r 't tlJliltOt hade under t$20OOO-U9,723.96,, Starke, and eight at Camp Blan- designated by the Nulional& HeM tart moving my store tomorrow.
to be exact-and represent a ding, which Is officially a branchof >urc<. rimming; Hoard an If necessary. and I believe every- '
hundred percent Increase over the poatofflce here II "critical proMiini areas adja-.
"fA body etna here la just as
j 1939's total $!; $0,966.28. Mostof Merton F. Clark was awarded (1 o n t to tafmme"' ititaMlshnwntM. fJ'"
to cooperate. \ i
the phenomenal gain was ex through civil service examination ,1
perienced In (Ihp final quarter of the poxltlon of fireman In the The Sward l listed\ 8tarke' The new highway wllr'followthe
of old Road 13 from '. j
4I 1940, as only a blight Increase new building, and Otis Leach is prohlenut it 'N i "IlotiMlngt all route '
tj the fork just north of Santa Fa ,
over 11139 was noted up until employed nil charman. piihllo utllltleit except wat r. :.
No rlly or county building/ River bridge through the town'' I" ,
regulation' or iMiiliHitg riles:! of Hampton and thence northeasterly .

Well, ll'" lilt,., t to tNt Retting to the handing reservation \'
t :- Health Unit Seems Assured Nome KttrnHoneven ,U w eurn It will cross Road :28 .'I\

placed In t ti a' headache. through C o n g r e II amen R. A, '1"Oreen' "

A. S. Strickland, early -settler of KIngsley Lake and practically the only native left in those parts, For Bradford County Officials SayA ,elasllflcatl"n.' r.r Costing* pasture an estimated land. $300,000 j jto .

[ill makes a bid for Sunday School picnics and other religious gatherings. His Gospel Meetings ,
road wUI be
$400,000, new ,,
jign hangs in the shadow of a tent theatre featuring Mae West in "My Little Chlcadee." Note : j t.
24 feet wide
Workers\ 10 1.2 miles long ,
lirta wheel towering over carnival In background., health unit with a physician, fleer for one year on detached Many with a 200-foot right of way. t' ,

., a nurse, a sanitary man and a service, and lend him to Brad Curb and gutter construction will ,,
clerk seems to be n certainty for ford County for a year free of be required through Hampton ,,',
Starke and Bradford County in charge Dr. Pickett said. He will Being Laid Off
arw- .
y the near future. do no. medical practice at all, but:
Dr. W H. Plckctt, of Jacksonville will devote his entire time to the Tallahassee Buses I
UlandinJ .
State Health officer spent work of the unit. There will be Camp Twice Daily

several hours J-fro lust Friday In 'one nurse for Bradford County, Construction: : Now .
conference with "W. -Bdwardfl, and later on one for.Clay,,County I _85 Percent CompleteA Two''ne'w"'bus' schedules'between '
ft Chairman of the Board of County also. The State Board will pay i Starke and ..lIahu,,"., givingthe ,
4 Commissioners and Chairman of' 11 t. leant a''large part of the. strange lull nettled over travelog?' public a four-hour f
4 the City Council; A. J. Thomas, nurse's salary, Starko this week and .work-frax- trip between 'these points, 'were ';''

< Clerk of the Circuit Court; ana I' _They Board1' recommended Miss clad merchant. got their first [announced yesterday by Lacy! ,'
others, with reference to the mat. EllzabeUl V, McCloud. of Miami, chance to take n deep breath (Conway. local agent for Florida [

> ter. Dr. L. L. Parks, of Jackson-' whop has hud several yearn experience since before, Christmas. Motor Linos, _
'x r villa,' Director of County ,Health In public health work, Reason r Camp lilandlng con- Beginning Saturday a ''TaUan

units of the State Hoard of on the nurse Miss McCloud was traction Is now 83 percent com- hassee-bound b u e will leave .

Health, spent some time In going on the grounds lint week looking plete and "We're layin' 'em off Starke' at 8:20 a, m. arriving In

over the situation at a special II over the situation. D. I. Sigman, no font Its hard to give you defi- Tallahassee at 12:30: J noon. Another 't:.
meeting of the Board of County who Is"already on the Job, devot- nite figures," one official, answered bus will leave here at 8:20: '' /

Commissioners held here Mondayto ing his! entire time to the StarkellIndlng when naked concerning the ; P. M. and arrive In Tallahassee ; ,

consider the'matter II | community In Bradfordand total number of workers now I at 12:30: midnight. $'<
Not all Blanding Gates 'construction I The County Commissioners have I' Clay counties employed on camp construction.It This Is the first time that a '

H is of the tent and : already Incorporated In their I The Commissioners deferred Ie believed, however, that through service without change, ,N,(
shanty' variety, however. year's budget $1,000 for this pur- final action on the matter until the number has dropped to around has ever been offered between f 7
it is as substantial as this pose. The Clty- Council bos.like- their next meeting called or 13,000.. Additional hundreds are Starke and Tallahaanee. ..,,,,,

huge new theatre' building now wise agreed to pay $600 Into the regular. being released every day, carpenter In addition to these new schedules '
under construction by the fund. The County Board of.Pub Dr. Pickett, who succeeded the ranks being hardest hit :Mr: Conway also announcesan
can Amusement Corporation.When lic Instruction been requestedto I late Dr. A. B. McCreary as State of all. extra schedule.between: Btarke

completed It will compare donate JSOO which, If granted, Health Officer, was formerly Director Starke merchant report business and Lake City/ leaving' here at I /
houses in
favorably :with movie would give the Health unit a : of Plnellas County's Health still fur above normal, but 0:35: p. m. This gives a total of rf .
the larger.> e'ltlea. working capital of $2,500 as a Office, with offices In Clearwater definitely under the fever peakof : three round trip between Starke fi"; 1

; r n' ; r I Ip't starter and St. Petersburg. Ho wan aaslstant a few weeks ago. and Lake City dally; S) '"
Artistic talents will occasIon- To supplement this amount the to Dr. McCreary for several Ono storekeeper' reports that he ''J

ally rise to the surface, no' mat. federal Government will pay the month during the time of actually found a parking place on Leo Ephraim I::
r ter how drab the surroundIngs. salary of the County Health Of- his falling health. Jail Street between the traffic
Proprietor of the fruit stand Took His Hat Ei l :
light and the courthouse when ,

I shown landscape at with I left clusters brightens of bril-the I New Trailer Park C. of C. Secretaries I morning.he came down to work Monday Clothes and Money i f'Lvi

liant yellow grapefruit. To Be BuiltIt Hold Conference I -.- Another good Indian has 1-'

There has been u alight 10011.I gone to the)> happy Iiuntlaic \ '
will be good news to the Inhabitants Mills Helen L>. Cooke, a/woclate I of the ground. 'f';
Former PrincipalDies I ning-up room situation In
r of the more than 40 Secretary of the St. Augustine I Starke during the pant few days Ht rke got IU first clone-up I",

: In FernandinaRichard trailers already parked within the and'St.. Johns County Chamberof : hough apartments cannot be had glimpse! o f strange Indian ,

: __ at price. burial cuMtom at funeral t.. ,
q t any Tvice h
W, VanOrunt; Sr, died city limits of Starke, aa well as Commerce, and Horace L. I '
"Js The change ia tho vaeant-room 'here Wednesday morn' ;1' :
.. February 5 In Brunswick Ga., to the many more who would like Smith, Secretary of the Ocala r situation here Is attributed to lag for Leo Kphralm 10-year- ""'

!at the home of his daughter, Mrs. to come here if they were as- Chamber of Commerce, met with : the fact that the work at Camp old Cherokee, who died ertrly' (
D. C. O'Hagan. Mr. VanBruntwas sured of adequate sanitary conveniences Mrs. Evelyn Stephen, Secretaryof Blanding Li now nearing completion 1211. week fallowing a brief ,:

Lrtford. Brown Pathe News Man principal of the Bradford that Mr. and Mrs. W, the Starke Chamber of Com : while work on Home' of the Illnes.Lac... 'r t.J
: camps further to the north haw rums heretwo month .
[reed Shoots BlandingHoward County High School from 1903 to H. Nollman' of Bebrln and merce Wednesday afternoon to '
By Jury Starke, are soon to establish a i hardly begun. ago front Philadelphia with ,
After Winner, representingPathe 1006, and was very popular here new camp hero to be called Noll- secure closer cooperation and to Some of the men are receiving his father" ,, .Miller Kpbriam, 'f'I'
considering the case as a principal 'and teacher of cer- wood Trailer Park.It discuss common problem :r their "blue Blips. ," while i l still And mother llmmle Kphrlam. t ';

'ut 30 minutes, a' Criminal News of New York City, tain branches In senior high I will be right In the heart of For the purposes of their organization them 'are leaving In order to The father watt employed' *\:

|urt of Record Jury In Jackson- was a welcome visitor to the school. He wan a member of the the city, in the well-known Cas-" it seemed best not to get In on tho ground floor at Camp Blunding. \ \'

I'e' Wednesday found Artford Starke-Blandlng community; last Methodist church and while here kina block, and will meet all the Include the entire Central Florida these other camps In order to Following ancient Indian kl J,&
'wn of Sampson week. He was here making news sang in the choir requirements laid down by the have more nearly permanent friuMllon to bury perapualbe.
City not guilty
of '
Council of Chambers C o m- longings with the"de4enserl. ,
second reels 'of the community, because Mr. VanBrunt, a retired FlorIda City and by the State Board of I, employment,
j degree murder charges ( In when eo'a coffin left the Jc.
too unwelldy. !
and the merce an being
activities 'in schoolsof
of military\ educator taught the Health, with Its toilet facilities, s
connection with the fatal aseries fact did. not meet to form Witt C, June funeral parlor ',i.lor' i.
Intended twelve they
boom. lie the state for 38 years; washroom etc. The trailers will Rotarians HearDiscussion ':
funding last July of Joseph A. of pictures lasting sex or years were spent as principal of be parked In order, and numbered any organization, but rather a Crosby Cemetery where

terson Jr., |Ina dance: hall eight minutes. Two series were the Fernandina high, school. His systematically. There will be mall working unit In order to of Peace Interment, -took |ht to be made at Camp Blanding funeral was held Friday afternoonat nothing unsightly about them. It .
try to get certain things accom- Capt. Robert< Sheeran Episcopal !; the youth, hi* hat Tome' extra 1
These pictures
'I'ho and one at Starke. the Methodist church In Fer- will be a credit to-the town and
young man was ordered well minister carrying on special t'luthN. a comb and brush
eased were to be under ,two general nandina. He I Ls survived by two will be ready within the next two plished. It was thought if
Immediately from cus- work,at Camp Blending and connected mirror two bottles of .
heads; (1) construction; (2) daughters: Mri. George I... Owensof weeks Mrs. Nollman said Include In this "working unit" the perfume -
yH !
bad been at liberty Sound I with St. Mark'd KpUcopal two bouquets of artl- lJI't4Ik'lal
fer! bond since shortly after general training activities. York, Fernandina, and Mrs. D. C. chambers of commerce at Starke,I Church here, waif guest speaker flowers, and a good J ...
to be added In of Brunswick. Ga. two
arre t. was Baruch would an- O'Hagaa ; Geo. White Named St. Augustine,.Ocala, Palatka and at the Rotary Club luncheon Wednesday many other thing "he will .
of Jack-
where Andre : R.V, VanBrunt I '
sons AuditorGeorge Galnenvllle, and to ask for representation need" In the other world. '
the various scenes. and Edward M. Van-
nounce sonville,
ais Near Dlanding also from Green Cove Discussing the subject oC Relatives. and friends of MM U
would be released of the United States Navy.
The news reel Mr. Brunt C. White former resident Springs and Orange Park, where "Peace," Capt. Sheerun stated youth ales took a collection it(,.
According to W. T. Clute, real- within the next ten days, of Starke and for many there are no organized. chambers.: that there will never be lasting" for him Turing the services V.V.

who made the sales, Paul Winner said. Buys Cherry St. Home years head of the banking division Among their several alms, they peace In the world until "all men and the nickel, dimes?, qua- ij J

wsez, of Key West, haa made ),11"1I.Vinnel' accompanied her Anderson has purchased of the State Comptroller'sOffice are anxious to have Camp UUn turn to God. ten. and half-
|leposlt on a 225-foot lot on husband to Starke.Marriage Sam 1. B. Alexander the large I has been appointed city ding become a permanent army The club had another d I s were 11Lwet1 on the coffin \ > '

iw d 48' near CamP Blanding, from house on Cherry St. that auditor and clerk of Tallahassee, post and to have President tlnguiahed guest at this meetingIn win be used by him "to bay t.
the Intention of putting up LicensesNoel two-story been occupied by the Anderson succeeding the late Ben H. Roosevelt declare this section a! the person of Emmet E. Ualley, the thing he needa". la .the:

filgh-clasa eating place there. has family''for' some time. The Bridges, who died last week. national defense, area. If these, Oil City Pa., architect and apa.9t happy hunting ground.
o. Richard Burd, of New York, W. Walker and Beatrice handled through W T. Mr. White will assume his new things can be accomplltthed the' district governor of Rotary The funeral service was

chased the..first lot at "Blang Carter, of Starke February 1. sale was realtor, and the amount duties March: 1. The position rest will come as a matter of The program was In charge of conducted by Father O'SolUvan .
,Gates," directly: across from Ira Allen and Lillian Vernays, Clute, annually course. Joe C. Hoover. of Oa1DMwIUe.dn .
Involved was 13.600. pay $5,400
te C of Starke. February 3. i

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1 1941 ,

Pau ...\.1L'R... ---

I also made the butt of many jokes. He j: ]Bits Of Blantling Humor From The DixiejtrCHERE'S ClippedNEW |pen responds' es conversation to every moadI ,, it
The Bradford County Telegraph long and lean and lank, and on one was'I I ',musings, unexpected 'hUrk p1e

KstnMNhed. 1877I casion a lady asked him in a sarcastic I, -- -- long-drawn sighs of content

and Entered as Secitd "Mr. Lincoln, how long ought a man's legs j THE (1Ortth4G Y0t1 CHAIN LETTER murmurs lullabies as old M ,.
I 1'jaUfoh Wwkly on Fridays( 1 letter and
I The following full of ancient
Starke, Kla.P be?" "Long enough, I should say, memories 'of. ,
Office at to toj
the Port "
Matter at TOP5ARGE'IQ to the,
<, Cl $$ GETUP BEFORE TUE article, is songs never quite forgotten. '
reach the ground," was his quick, laconic araLl 4m Atlanta Journal. Here It Is with- With a fire on the hearth

W MEMBER reply Another woman met him on the' g'nq'1' ofrtA e ta 1T ': out further ado: Is never quite alone {:br1 t1*
and said to him "Mr. Lincoln -! : on htm) "Dear Friend: Science Monitor.
FLORIQ\PRESS ASSOCIATION\\ street one day : pres3Tot In
? HAD. ANOTHER HOUR "This chain was -
I \:) you are the ugliest man I ever saw. ) UNDAY. Reno, In the hope of bringing Typewriter ribbons ok an ft

I _i"y ?,atroa4i ?LotidaI" "I know it, Madam," he meekly replied, roxste .r hupinena to all tired business men.!I for sale at the Telegraph .nn
of this, MM* BRHRHH"MI>"M"MI"M n B M>Bx
"y -- ,- ___ ______ W Md Owner "but I can't help it." "Yes," she replied, \ ( ) "Simply send a copy HMBaH|(
E:. ... VIIMM --- ELL letter to five (5)) gentlemen:
"but could at home; ,
stay bundle
9 ."-"-"- you friends. Then up your
; '1 'SV lolVIUI'T10N RATH t her to the man I
wife and send
,1,06-I'Ryal Ini Abraham Lincoln, born Feb., 12, 1809,
Month, I
TO* Yearly, $1.73! Six whose name heads the list'
i AItva-nC'.le. Advertising. Bates on AwHciUioo may have had a homely, uncouth, ungainly -'l; "When your name reaches the:

exterior; but in the memory of, man there top you will receive 15,799: won-il

BIBLE VERSE has not lived a man with a lovelier, greateror derful women. r
( t "Blessed' is the nation whose God is more magnanimous soul. lIe was broughtup DO NOT BREAK THE CHAIN! 'i

in the back woods of Hardin County, ONE GUY BROKE IT AND
I..ord.Psalms.THOUGHT .
Kentucky. His father was a shiftless man, GOT :

FOR THE WEEK and his mother died when he was a mere HISWIFE

its weakest lad. His father re-married, and they moved BACK! '
"No chain is stronger than
t 4 link" No nation can be strong whose in- from place to ,place. In his early days he -Fernandina- '"News. (Radbta moor I ends, 10 NJ

in- would lie down before a pine-knot fire in HE 1. We reproduce a scene from
states counties, cities, JUST QUIET 8
yard parts ', an old-fashioned open fire-place and read 96 An acquaintance remarks, "so I terview during a recent survey
dividuals-are weak. No nation or com- cover what Southern houvwivetd
and study. We recall his oft-quoted remark many people dying of heart about Southern Twin Patk Bread
w munity can be blessed whose individuals trouble." We comment and forget
I'1' iffI cursed. No nation can be blessed whose "I'll study and prepare and maybemy all about it as we hurriedly go
m G d is mammon or materialism or pleas- months of schooling, Lincoln began in- ways there is something or other

li( 3--or Mars. and pretty soon the tired body
life at the of 21 laborer.
l dependent age as and exhausted heart Just stops

He split rails, and developed a strong body doing something or other and we \
+ Their Mark
Three Men Who Left to keep pace with his ever alert mind in ;JPjf.. go into print as a lesson for some-
Commemorated This Week who won't heed the
Are one
the many problems which were to arise in relax
warning. Why we '
1 This week is thrice distinguished in later life. lIe gained a reputation in wrest- and take care of this inner self /

containing dates commemorating three ling, and for honesty, good nature and a by allowing it a quiet time once r
it mark his- OPINIONMr. in twenty-four hours! Surely we Y
? great men who have left their on gift for humorous story-telling. YOUR can commune with ourselves oncea

I tory. They are: Thomas Edison, the 11th ; He was defeated for the ,Illinois legisla- day for a brief interval. Our

;' J Abraham Lincoln, the 12th, and St Valentine ture. lIe became partner in a store, which Editor: j jAs [ thanks to Its architecture and hearts wouldn't be so overworkedand 2. Interviewer: How do
I' the 14th. a visitor to your budding I j patterns In colored tile, is a weary If we would take some madam. I'm collecting ye
failed. lIe was postmaster, and gained experience metropolis I have a bone to pick dream of beauty and a Joy for- time to pay attention to this In- beat.Southern Twin Pack some Bred

> 4 i THOMAS ALVA EDISON as' a surveyor. lie studied law, with the City Fathers: and a ner self. They tell us our paceis you use itsHousewife
' sizable bone at that. I button- ever.Tourists flocked to the reborn BO rapid that our heart isn't : Oh, I've usrdSa
; ( Each year the people of Fort Myers, and practiced in Springfield, Ill. In 1834 strain. yes;
holed some of your acccmodat- city, and pushed over It. Business able to withstand the How era Twin Pack Bread for some
C. home of Thomas A. Edison, he was elected to the legislature, and im-
the adopted Ing citizens near a street corner.I vehicles there may not accountfor anxious is the business man to
stage various pageants of light, commemor- mediately entered his protest against slavery was probing them for Informa- as much mileage, but as our keep his office In running condition -

ating his birthday by calling attention to lIe early won a reputation as a ready tion with a fair measure of success contemporaneous ancestors of Appalachia The housewife works to
!' : when lo! the exuberant oc- put it: "There's a whole keep her home in order. We all
one of his greatest; u.chievcmentK-the invention speaker. In 1846 he was elected to Con- cupant of an automobile near by, day a-coming that hain't been wash our bodies that we may be ;

of the incandescent light. (Mr. gress on the Whig ticket. He refused to set up a most persistent honking, teched yet." I clean and all the time fall to

and I had to flee for my very Real estate values went up; and keep order within ourselves. Be-
,4 Edison was born in Milan, Ohio February ask for re-election, and spent only four, '
life When I say "persistent" I what is more important, a cer- ing so busy doing something or
4 ; 11, 1817.! ) This year they have arranged years in Congress. In 1854 he was a disappointed -i soft pedal It, for I should like tain mellow quality was Injectedinto other we haven't time to just sit l

> n program of appropriate events beginning retired politician but a respected I to U39: a mote vitriolic adjective. the Mores. and think. Let ua begin tomor-

It February 12th and continuing through Sun- lawyer. Senator Douglas precipitated the I' Some of us octogenarians can- Starke may, If it wills It, be row to give ourselves a quiet /'
not endure such a cascade !such a known as the noiseless and the time and if we want to sit and 3. Interviewer: I3o Mm find lit
day, February lath when an Edison slavery fight, and the struggle between the! Blitzkrieg of sound declbles with- debonair. I think of courage for the day, stays fresh longer because eh

Memorial service will be presented in the states. The Republican party was formed I out flinching. Our aged nervesno H. de Jersey, blessings to be wrought or just loaf is separately wrapped

lit Baptist: Church Mr. Edison:' spent muchof and pledged to prevent all further extension longer have the resiliency of 015 W. Monroe Street, not' think at all-that will help Housewife: \ know it doer -anJ'n
youth. I venture to say that If Jacksonville the heart and the spirit of man. packing" ii such a convenience,1
his time in Fort Myers for the ]last forty of slavery. And in 1860 Lincoln became the____ choleric___p____ little__n__ LaCuardla had Umatllla Tribune. you buy Southern Twin Pack Bn
years of his life. He and the late President the first Republican president.The been present. he would have Dear Editor: it's like buying two !loaves la
Having spent a week in this A WORD TO SCARE US price of one. I can't understand i
few characteristic and
Warren G. Harding: John Burroughs and story of his career from that time a someone hadn't thought of it be
town I have noticed the general ,
temperamental observation! In If one Is over 30 years old, the
'i( Henry Ford used to spend much time to- until his 'assassination in the Ford Theatrein fact, the saw d-off Fiorello has worldly aspects of the life of chances are two to one that he ,",

gether in that beautiful west coast city. Washington, D. C., April 14, 1865, is the credit'of Making.mighty New youth, and this has been Increasedby has "perlodontoclasla." The word :
York City a quiet town-Think of the manifold inventions which Itself Is a jaw-bi'eaker, sufficiently ;
Edison startled the world with the familiar to school boy and girl. He
every Into town.
It-It would be mere child's play have lately come formidable to frighten us, and '
% magnitude of his brain and the multitudeof steered this great Republic through its for him to cope with the situa- Drinking liquor by soldiers Is In the disease it represents is noth- #

his inventions. To him was attributed most critical period-the Civil War, the tion In Starke, even if It has no way commendation for mill ing to joke about. It is com-
, growing pains, and its hat band tary service, and those who encourage monly known as pyorrhea, and
the famous saying that "genius is 2 per cent war between the states. One of the kindest,
such are surely wrong.
Is getting to be a tight fit. next to tooth decay 1s the most
inspiration and 98 cent perspiration." sweetest-spirited magnanimous of all When are paying heavy ,
per men A visitor coming from Europe people 'prevelent dental disorder, accord-
p" In harmony with this statement he burnedthe time. And one of the greatest orators. His used to be positively startled by taxes for national defense, such ing to the Dental Institute of 4. And neither do we, But So t
of the state should not Bread, realizing the saving!
midnight oil. lIe slept only about four Gettysburg address though simple in form the quality and volume of soundIn be found acting like the French America. venience of "twin-packing" h.u
ryY New York. As soon as he Broadly speaking, pyorrhea con- the first to bring it to But to
hours out of twenty-four; and ate practic- and manner has come down to us as the walked off the gang plank he soldiers did f before the downfallof I sists of diseased pockets about her while the packing you may MI

ally nothing, reminding one of a GREATER greatest oration ever delivered to an American !- plumped Into a situation In whichhe that nation last May and June. the teeth, the tissues supporting itV still the same delicious, &

? THAN EDISON who said, "I have meat to audience. "He being dead yet speak- might paraphrase Milton's line: 9 Recently was taken a little out child of a of Churchby only i which. become Irritated for various turned and flavorful bread as of**
haven't tried this money'bn8d
' "Mid and and you
"le I eat that ye know not of" eth." scenes sights her father and to the clap' reasons, causing lowered re- that eliminates stale bread
sounds unholy"; or some such an sistance to the invasion of germs. Pail*
amusement swings of this just ask for Southern Twin
More than 900 patents were granted ST. VALENTINE approximation. trap town and she sustained almost a i In time, the germs destroy more today. Extra healthful because iI'i itnricbtd

him for his inventions. Among the most Sometime ago a young man wanted to Klaxons, I know were forbidden broken leg and severe bruises. supporting tissue, the tooth la with Vitamin B'-"f.
loosened and often ,
In Prance during the World War lost. Pyorrhea mart food energy
important of these were the phonograph, This is only one of many cases
sing the old ballad "Just Gleam I of .
a The bent time to train a child literally means a flow of
of injury to either physical or .
the incandescent! light, and talking pictures. Heaven in Her Eyes," at a church service. is during infa\CYJ) Possibly the moral life of youth. i pus.

Doubleday's'! Encyclopedia calls him "per- The minister protested whereupon the : most propitious! time to make a Shall Church people be weak "Neglect and Ignorance accountfor (
I city noiseless 'la when It Is learning the startling prevalence of
haps the greatest practical inventor the enough to countenance this evil?
young man argued that it was a sacred i to toddle: this disease," says the Institute,
And will you, Mr. Pastor and
world has ever known. When he died in song, since it talked about heaven. So it is i There are uncounted examples i Church members, be weak enoughto "for dental science has evolved a I

1931: he was mourned all over the world as with Valentine Day-the boys and the girls 'of cities which have been visitedby wink at such evil? Do you simple and highly effective, "

"an irreparable loss to humanity." All of know that there is something sacred about catastrophles and emerged realize that the Bible as a whole method of treatment. Vast num- 4,,
Phoenix-like because bers of people are losing their
: a new spiritof condemns such evil in 2 Cor. 6:
his discoveries taken together are said to the 14th of February, because it is a time team-play.Was called into be- 14-18, James 4, Rom. 12:1-2: and teeth from sheer lack of dental

represent an investment of more than $35- when they exchange love messages in the ing. I am not wishing an earthquake many other passages? care." LM

,y' 000,000,000, and to furnish employment for form of valentines. I upon Starke, nor a fire, "Come ye out from among Statistics by some authorities NOW: 2 Twin Pack
nor yet a couple of gamboling them and be ye separate saith Indicate that the percentage of ., TWIN PACK WHITE-T" ,
more than 6,000,000 people. But it would surprise them, as it does meteors flaming out of the, night the Lord. Touch not the unclean Americans having pyorrhea range loan wrapped. whit m.ld.read TWIN ind"Pat""

Edison was head and shoulders above some of the rest of us, to learn that nobody sky and clumping you people out thing, and I will be a Father' about as follows: At 20 years, 10 wrapper.
his fellows when it came to dealing with of bed. Perish the thought! unto you and yet shall be my percent; at 30 years, :50 percent; 2. TWIN PACK *,!in.1-a't
has ever been able to give any satis- But if the reader will permit It, sons and daughters, salth the at 40 years, 80 percent; at 50 white bread hail loaf .hra'. "' .
earthly things.! But with all his greatness, factory reason why we celebrate St. Valen- may I evoke the Image of Santa Lord." years, 00 percent or more. .Both. rewrapped halrea individuallyad in IVUwrapper. 1:l l'

he made one colossal blunder-he tried to tine's Day awe do. In the first place, Barbara, setting on the moun- For Christians to support such I Records show that In nearly all .
invade to which he total tain Bide and overlooking the Pacific things is both unchristian and advanced cases there is evidenceof Twin Pack !la an rttlutuiBread
a was a 14th is not the i Ask R"J
February anniversary of his fearur your
Ocenn. total
/ Earthquakes we all unRiblcal and Improper. If we neglect of professional larorit. Twin Patk >/0"' H
stranger.. lie tried to reason out divine birth but of his death. And in the second know, have an affinity for California want God's everlasting wrath and dental attention over a consider- your

things, just as he would a mathematical or place, it is not one man's death that we from San.Diego to Eureka. judgment upon the local town able period of time.
,scientific; problem. A few years before his And for good measure we may and environs, just keep on en- So whether we call It pyorrheaor
commemorate, but two. There were quite a recall Mt Lassen belching mud couraging such evils.If use the more fearsome term, e '
death he wrote nn article for the American number of saints by that name, the en- and lava not many years ago. I were a soldier I'd wantto periodontoclaeia we should look

Magazine in which he said, in so many cyclopedias tell us. But "the two most section had a destructive earthquake be a Christian; ready for battle I'out for ,this highly prevalent disease -

\v rds that he was going to tell the world In my right senses, and courageous I and have It treated early, f't)er; t
celebrated Roman
were a priest and a And as they emerged from the with the courage that God in:I thus preserving health and pos- l.xrC .;.
once and for nil whether there was any bishop," both'martyrs, whose festivals fell debris the real estate men hada Christ can give; and faithful to i sibly extending life.-Exchange. Rtp '

1H'.en: or not-any place] of eternal abode on the 14th of February. One is a legend, vision. They nudged one an- Him who is eternally standing, 1w.
other and whispered: "Boys, this for righteousness and good A FIRE ON Tin HKARTII
for the saints. He said that if he could not government -
and there is better historical
no foundationfor U. our chance. Let's give our There come days in every win-
communicate with heaven, there was no the other. It seems that both belongedto town a Spanish atmosphere: re- Democracy will be doomed if ter when, despite all our intricate

such place He tried and, failing to get the reign of the Roman Emperor, Claud- dolent of pleasure-loving Dons Its citizens keep on drinking, car- devices for conquering cold, nothing
rt through, reported that there was no such leading a picturesque and elegant ousing, and frittering away their Is so grateful as a fire on
ius. Both died on the same day, and both existence." Henceforth, they decreed time and lives. "Salvation, safety, the hearth. And heat has very
place as heaven-that there was nobody at were buried on the Via Flamina. all business buildings must sobriety, and Service," ought to little to do with this. 1p

home up there! "The association of the lovers' festival I conform to a certain type of be our motto. The furnace may be working
'C ; How foolish great men can be at times! Spanish architecture. The roofs I appeal to the Christian peo- away manfully to convert the for-
! 4 with St. Valentine seems to be purely ac- must be of red Spanish tile. Our ple of this town to show a truly gotten sunshine of past ages back
'There have been ignorant men whose name cidental." "The practice of sending love'I commercial signs must adopt an Christian attitude toward our sol into warmth, but the click of the i EXTRA *

is legion-so far as earthly things are con- tokens on their festival February 14th alphabet of uniform characters: a dier boys, and that no citizen thermostat, reassuring as It may: *
cerned-who in deepest humility have said slender gothic.letter There shall shall set Satanic snares In their be, does not convey quite the same ADDED
seems to have been a survival of the Roman be message as does the
no honking oa our streets (Do way to help defeat our army In crackling
"Speak, Lord, for thy servnnt heareth, and custom of boys drawing the names of girls you get that f) No stop and go battle, and our nation in time of speech of birch ,logs, or the soft VALUE

have contacted heaven. It depends: upon by lot, in honor of Juno Februalis at the lights at Intersections. The ped- international attack on our dem- singing their bed of of burning embers on I YOU GET MaRl FOOD EIf
who is trying to get in touch with the estrian has tile. right of way at ocratic and Christian ideals. Trulyour coals To be lure,
Lupercalia about the same date all times they almost demand an accompaniment -
and we trust he will worst foes come from within;
spirit world, and the method used, as to But however the practice originated it not abuse his privilege. The and may God deliver mere pro- of other dear and familiar t-

the results obtained. is a pleasant custom which motorist who thinks of distance fessors from holding one standard sounds-the crunch of run-
brings touchof
ners on snow, the jingle of
us something to be in the house and sleigh-
ruthlessly another In their
annihilated -
THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR sentiment to this too bells, the of Now WilllllULVITAMIN
prosaic world of even If It has to be corrupt business dealings. stamping feet, lively III1ICHED
F Great as was Abraham Lincoln in ours. After all-if Hitler and Churchill[ done over the bodies of a few Yours in Christian service, voices on clear January air.
Still the music of
everything he attempted, he was at his best would exchange Valentines, and mean it, Inconsequential pedestrians is defInitely Rev. Joseph T. Larson Ministerand not dependent on any the of hearthIs these

I in telling humorous stories. But he was there would be no war! Barbara out built of the picture. Santa Author at large of Minneapolis other Instrument; a few pine VITUlI'FEB
a courthouse which Minn. THE EIIIGY
knots, a basket of chips, and it

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FEB 1 141941


ZSlOn Hall "Geor",;a Cyclone" I, THERESSA Income Tax Return Must Be Filed i 'r ijuio.' I. \ ..n.i ,i. ,\ P.SI-. IV JllltK-IM'I'I IK: /'Itll'111'('IUf'I"r f'Otll'1'; .Of. KUIHTIC Kl-Olt- 'I
< <> lll'l.l 11)1' lilt-' '
I By Mr. .\. L. SullivanMrs. -\'.- III *. fV. AVIt: KOIl ltU.l11r'Onll
TzbernacleA By Practically! Every Wage Earner 101 STY
d J.llltcH I'ltkUH.I ft lllh I "
: I ir. D. May and Miss Idi I .ri!>.iMiantw.Htt i IV fllOCKflVMarvin I
I' .ti *-OIl KKMOVmn: CUU'DH, : n \Dill.
Buuhol and i a. i
A I Income tux returns,
Cai:JJ<". i Hagan were shopping in Stark< : previouslyI I OttlKTIN'd I rtTI,t Plaintiff
w ''''Jcct of the Bible Saturday. 'I annual bugaboo of the prlvil'oged the tax will be $&0.80. I XOTIfK IS MKKKRY: UIVKN TO: "-
Hall TueaI I : lnin.' >e PloltloM, Mniv .r. Mltrhcl), :Marfo Jo: mil.IVfindant.. r ,
I'w at the Mission Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mlllikei! few will. this year bring Two Korim Sups fed I Luther P. Fuller and Burma: I

ni The Scripture passage : and children Sylvia and Glen oi ,headaches:, to virtually every wage Two forma are available: for I Vullor.. :Miry 1) KNInir and .., 111'1 (HU nurt: ;, ()P
; I. "- 1114'. Ht-ni-v' Tliiimoim '. NHT1CU TO
w"s" a portion of- the 5tlKur Ocala visited :Mrs. Mllllken's parents earner In the United States. Individual return One Is Form line I It TliiiiiuiiiH, J. N. Mou! The 1'4' (In 1<. uf .. .sl'nVtf'r't; 't

of Matthew and the 11th Mr. and Mrs A. L. Sulllvan Last summer Congress enacteda 1010-A. which Is to be filled out Muvy' N Mooro. Jin ,nb J"h1lII..ry| ., Tn known Maria t;. Dill, I
( A. .lohnM, Ida Johns Itruwn undMlllnnl :
fcr of Luke. The folly oIitlne il Sunday. law eliminating the gross and by persons whose Income from III'UW"111' I.. Johnn. ,1 It In. hereby ordered. that y 'U I

candle and putting: It features of th 'act thus making salaries etc was "n.ler.000.: Miii-y C. !lr.nI"r O, A. Itrown! .urn required to appear. on the 3'd '
a T. B. Trlest and Mrs. Adam net ? 1'I..hrolII."WI\, ami N. It Ilnttnrniiin. day of March A. U. 1941, before
er a bushel or a bed Is quite Kelsey were business visitors to It more universal In effect and the other Is Form 10-10, sal, to eiki'h of I the above, the above entitled ", court tu tli'ikill

Lent Yet many people who Starke Friday. Those who have: not filed returnsIn .. which IH for Incomes with sal dyad iniiiifil, to IndlvlduHlM.IlifliniikniMvn' If slice hflrn., and. d.-I It',' In. the of complaint above, entitled filed aaalniC cause. i aii'l,""u

ifeu to love they are con W. S. Sibley was a visitor to previous years may obtain. the aries over $3,000. visors, tt'irutctH, iir grantees of "llradford County T"I"l'raph" i.... ,'I
Kiln have under 1'iirh and ..very of the. above named hereby drnlirnatrd. a. the n wnImixir
the; 1 light Starke necessary blanks from the officeof chall b'ipiibllohvd
Tuesday l>'rHoiuvl ftMidrtntit. And. to all parHOIIH In which this order ,
I of business or Indolence Roscoe May of New Orleans Collector of Internal Revenuein Plant City Berries linvhiK or claiming. any In- utiro n week for four : ,
before .. .1..rn..rI caiiHarutlva wrakn.VInen '
t your shine t<>rr t In the follow-In
It light so La., Is visiting 'his parents Mr Jacksonville. The deadline for liiiulu. lylnit: und belogn Ilindford \ ( > my hand and theo seat f"
that they may see .yourrath d and Mrs. H. D. May. filing! Is midnight: March IS.: Hit By Frost (Bounty, l'lorltlu, und store par of thin court at Hturke, Florida. "
glorify : d'>Ytar Ili-nlnily iltfxcrl:>"d UM follows, to- 94ls nth day of Januurr,, A. Jt.HKAL .
lw. and Mr. W. M. Phillips of Jacksonville Heretofore returns were required wit. : t "I
Ech IB in Heaven." was a business visitor of married couples living Strawberry bloom in the Plant In the Town of Sleeks: Ttrirln- (,n"'I' <'T.\T, ) A. J. Thomas. "
be regular service: to City sector was nipped by frost sing 110 fist' South of the InIsrsrrllon I lent of the Circuit Couit
-here will Theressa recently. together whose gross Income was of 8th Mlri-ct and Slat' <1. A. Stephens, 1
[ the Tabernacle next Friday: Mrs Minnie Harris of Waldo Jfi.OOO\ or more or whose net !income Monday morning, and farmers High"' ''y No. 1 11, .and Min KaitMm fliilntlffM. Attorney 1-Sl 4t 1-St :
All are in I there chalked up another setback ftl (tn liind' of MreM CulhxrlnaI : .t
Sunday nights. wasvisiting her mother MrsLydla' was $2.300 or more and all >IVVH, tlii-iicn, Ho>ilh 2911( tent to I'" TIIM fiiici'rr' citi'Krof' THH
1 to attend.e Hall other individuals whoso groan Income In a series of long drawn-out Minsk "IV: tif N. J. Ju"',,,' Addition :111'1'11: JI IN4'11S. (" ""'111'"' IV !"'"f
recently adverse weather conditions. The i to the Town. of Htarko, \ MOIL IIIIAItfltllltKI.OIIIII f'UIJJ'lj1'' ''',
Bible school meets everyday Mrs. J. D. Griffis was shop- was $5,000 or more or net ilionc Wr..t about IOU fist to t. l\ CMTKHY.' I
afternoon at 3:00: o'clock. ping !In 'Starke Income $1,000 or more. mercury dropped to 28 degrees siute: lllwlivvay No, 13 thence NUTI.'ITn I UKKUNltANTTliomna : ; I IM '
( Saturday Prices at the Plant City State North nliiim HHld lllithwnv to the .1. foKontlll, !t,;
SRO! groups are represented.BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan This year however. I the law Farmers Market point, of livKlniilnc, In Sl':"4 of 1'lalntlff .
advanced Monday .
tq r NWi, HIT 2e. 'I'WL'( II 1:1.: H. 23: -".-
attended he( funeral of Mr. John deals only with gross figures, and from IDc to 17 1.2c per pint. last;; and nlHOiK'Kln I Mary McK;:''nna,

s Sullivan at Waldo Saturday morn. I+ the new hauls for,, requiring re So far this Benson 2,087,370 nt Hiiiilhwi'iit Corner of IN THM.Itofrndmit.NAM1OP' :! TIIK STATES if i t|:
slit HliVft and State MlKhWHyNII ,
Mrs. I. L. I'arl.erIIoPutlty Ing. I aunts Is $2.000 gross for mauled pints of brrrlea", huve been ship. 11. can North-wont along tKPt.otllJ I A. OHUKTINUH: t ll

By CONGRESSMAN! U PSHAWWm. Mrs. Floy Sullivan attended the living together: and $800 ped from Plant City bringing Hotitlt, nliltof Kin .stl'vrt 405 fn
S(Siool Grounds D. Upshaw for mer i iGeorgia county teachers meeting at Starke for all other Individuals.: growers on estimated $28t>.193: ,01.Waller .Not trfikii along Stroll, ..tlh.I :edge* fun rif South'i UnUa8ir : I You i ant ticrvby nollflad ti> .an- I I'
la shownthe Friday I I tlienip, Kimt, BISfv.t pour ti> th. bill of complaint flloclHKuliiHl f'
interest being ifl aao fret
Almost Everyone!: IiwliKlivlGroHS
Such congressman and one of I to Mlntu, No. 13 ., you In ald. CHUBS on ?r
'Cold Illdhwuv I"h..ur.
various( pupils at school In and rain have caused considerable Income ItS It affect aperson then.. Kin-Ill ulimirVi'. sldeof / .., the first Mi/ndny In March' I Ithe
known platform I I 1 II. Howard
most widely I
the I! I calms "bring the Hrd d.or' oaldmonth ,
and shrubs to damage to strawberries' sold MlKhwny I IS IV foot to
In buulnona
trees !
Intlng )
at manlgross: A.I.. 1U4I l by rntarln
orators in America, will speak of I \ \! of
lutlfy the grounds. Anyone Tabernacle hero Sun- In this section. A good deal! ol I( sales loan 1 cost ,.of goods (.()Itl. Forwage Walter If, Howard 07 of Winter J N1VL4: and KSV't': 'I.'l'NI".I': of Moollun ", your nppvarnnca lit tbs office of ,
which would the Gospel Ithe fruit both and XX, U H. U. 22 KHKI.Tlnit the rink of the 'Ircult Court lit
li anything ripe greenhaa Income meansall Park died i I nt Ilellbronn 'I'wp. .
has afternoon at 4 o'clock. He. earners, groan null;' lulu l born fllcil In Ihu. and for Itrndford. County. Florida,
fc to the beauty of the yard isf'd day for President on rotted on the bushes, but with earning. during the year not Springs Thursday January 30 Cli-t-uit Cnuit of 1:11111111: Juillclul. nn or beforn sold date; olherwlus

to bring same to school or was the Prohibition candidate ticket in 1932. good sunshiny weather we will i exprcurly excluded! by law. I while visiting his I sister, Mrs rllcult., hi-ri'ln tar i I lti-inlri.nl:,1. T:. oulwtKy+ County; ,and,l'lorlil.l : 1.1 I to suffer is default KuuTiiKii' herein.IT mfo1nmn. !I':.

I eone one know who will seIt soon be picking ago In.HAMPTON. It la that nlmottt Wash Davis. He In survived byl j A, OavIN' urn" complainant/ !* and theaLw. that this null.' ba publlalird oilC.t''h .
"Rebulld.1 apparent
Taking oa his subject nuini'd. Individual. 1"1'0..1.. week for four t-onnwautlv. ; \
obtained for plant' I his widow, Mm. Cusa Howard, or
they are will works In tha llrndforit ('...U11ty :
everyone with a steady Job uri named nit dtfonilnnlK, ; and that .
I We feel the community In Ing America and Cleaning Up und five children."' Funeral ser- "..ltt null wnu Inntlluti'il. tn nuletltu Teli-itrnph, a n.w.. of Kanoral -
be required to file an Income return said
to In Florida," Congressman Upsba.w.sometimes vlcea were held Sunday till.I .. r.'I",""" c'loudu\ from Iho clri-ulallon l In Cuunty of
help afternoon
be glad I
will 11114'1(1110
feral! By Nimnio small Hiudfonl. iWJTNKMH
Ihia with a .
year, only mix, and fur other relief HH tu
referred to as the February 3. In I my hand and offlolal ,1 i.
Dyal ,
Cemeterywith laid lu'rolnlHifiii-a dwwi lln d and'' I
; project. "Georgia Cyclone on Crutches" Is Our little town was shocked! percentage of the. working public Elder L I). Johns officiating. owiu-d h.v l inpliklniuil> i; and .sosl this :said day of January A. \f
excluded. "n"1| and! annul the i-liklnin of nil D. 1941.
Sno\v Here Sunday expected to bring an entertaining and overshadowed with sorrow I Arrangements were In change of persons. or U'rpornlln I ,. lnli.ro..lfilir (.OKKICIAK HWAt.' ) A:1. Thomas,
..here was quite a n exciting message on the subject of prohibition. last Friday afternoon when It Other change Include n material the Boree Funeral Home. ( clulinlntf un InlmoHt lit ...n"th.l1.t" Clark of circuit (,..urt. ? "
John J. llrndsrsnn l 12H< ,
la\ in Brooker Sunday morning was teamed that Mrs L. A. Wynn Increase In surtax on incomes und, 1 to iiKiilni't I'litoln/ the rniiipliiliiiint'M'ii*.Nnrtli.n of tllltt) Mullultor\ fur plaintiff |1-31 4t 2ItIv \;

'1 every body calling the neigh- had died suddenly at her home. I from 10.000 to $50,000 To Complete Cut-Off -mil i-lulniH or Intiiri-Ht, In. Ilia lauds'I '
look out and see the' and a defense tax of 10 per cent li",r..Iii ubMVn dom-rllu'di; '1'11111111'1'1'"' .'..III'r. 1fjll'I'1f
to She loved ,
was all who knew .
by ..
VANDERUILTIty .\1''" you and each" of You nnd "I'IIU"1.' 111111' OK .1.In ..-
''II and sure enough It was. Miss Velma Norman her. The bereaved have the sympathy computed upon' the taxpayer'sregular Stole Road 204 known as (lie Mil of you, and all pvimniH hernlnli -I \. IV .\MI.KOIl Illl tllVOHItlOLVIl
'I'e was only a little, but of the entire Income tax. This defensetax Miixvtllo cut-off will probably be .<'foi-' tuiniod and' .referred to,. : |% (\\1It": : .
community. and. all In liit t or- It. H. Odom,
imrtltm' "rvi< urn
ugh for those who had never Smokehouse lobbed Miss Miriam! Guy and Henry means that If,the Individual'sregular :ompleted J some time during 1011, ili-rvil, and, iHnnlri'd to aip| ..Hr In I IA IMaintlffVH ,
In had tat la he will be !load .tM Mondttv the 3rd day I Iof N... 11 MKntina .
snow to say they seenne Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Guy spent the week-end with I $100' required Department officials' r e. > Alan reuse rh, on.\. It. lull, to aueworeuh F. Odnm, ,
lime. were startled Sunday morning to their parents Rev. and Mrs to pay, /lug additional $10. ?ently assured' Duval County interests lilll i'f complaint.. sit axhlhltrdmralnxt iirfenduut
look Into their smokehouse and Jamen T. Taking aa an" example a married This. project will muter- :' you nx ddfffiiiliiiitn' fiilllinrwhlih. I Oil I IKU. OPN 1l 1rtVo'
1 1irko f Guy.
Mrs. Mertle McKinney o Arid. llierHn, n di>rma of >TH'I3 TOTIIM \I.t'I"O\H
relativ'es here find all their meat gone. The Miss Jennie Lou Pickren ofJacksonville mini with u salary. of $3,000 tally shorten the diHtance between this l.Niurt will lie ....II"."il mcalnat HTATM OP KUllll]
was visiting I TO Kininit t.'. odom, Address. Unknown1.
and no exemptions oilier than Stnrlio and Jacksonville eliminating you :
who robbed them got thir- by
thieves was the guest of '.
week. with the personal deduction, the Incometax the necessity of going It IH further oidiircil that thin' It lit hereby ot-dvred lhat you ,I
teen bacon hogs i her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. lint h'n he iMifillMhrd ,onc a w..k'rur
r. and Mrs. Fred Hazen had of hams which Pickren last last year wan. $S. This year through Baldwin.i 1 fniir (4) coiiHtiiMitlva. carats In are ra iulrfd tu appear' on the Srd '
tion some before
Sunday. of March i A Itpal
guests over the week-end, Mr safely stored away In the excep.1 D. Johnn. of Rochester, J'I \ THH 1 rim'i'ir (-IM II'"' O5 TIric.urii I'1 a lu'WHpiiper'uiitinl,' rlrcniliit piihliHhoil. llrn and ItrndfordI'ouuly : hiivlnw: the abova entitled' court, to the bill
I Mra Irvin Williams and Mrs. N O T I (, KIn : n ; of pomplulnt fllfil nBHln t you In f
storage house at I nesota was a guest of Mr. accordance with Section 10 : jiiiMiti.\ rnuiir IKM 1.'I"rltln. .lo-wlt: llradfoidComity thus abova antltlail. reuse.; and
L. Thlgpln and daughter from \ > fun miDIOK> coi v<"t TolfKi'iiph.Puna "llrndford! County Tslrgroph" lah
lilka and St. Augustine. Norman'said the robbery occur- and Mrs. Gertrude Lcvett this I Chapter ]., Compiled. General I i'Loluu ,. IN lU'IH1: and o"I"N.,1, n t Rtark, "rahy donlitnatf. na the nawxpifpar
: red approximately between sun- 'week Jiriin HiirlfHtiin. Jr., Itriidfiii-d" Ciiiinty. Pliirlilit.' 1hl the In which this ordvr. tuft be pub.
Laws of Florida Acts of 1030.I .
The Jubilee Hill Dillies will be I'lalnlirr, iuih: hey tif Kfln-iiiiiy III H.
down and eight o'clock Saturday llnlmd' once a week for four con- i I q,
the school auditorium Friday, will be at the following named ""- \V1TNMSH the hand (if A. J., cutlva weeks
night while he and his wife were TO CITIZENS OF IIAMITONl I J.ine In-own 1 Iferleston[ 'I'lionifiM, cli' rU of the Circuit Court, WITNIOKH" my hand and, the *nalnf t
21 at 7:30: P. M. Bee places, on the days and dates rorulunt.. Florida,
liruary} The Starke Cleaners & KlKhtlt': Jinlk-liil I Cln-ult for llrndfiud thin court at Htarka, '
to attend this performanceIt In Starke. Dry stated herein for the of NOTU-M >ii> IIKPKNIMNT County' Klorliln, nnd tits real"r thin 14th., day of January A. 1>. j i
Mr.. : and Mrs.\ H. L. Norman Laundry wishes to announce to purpose IV: Til 15 NAMI OP Tin, BTATHlip sat 111 Court, /I ,
will be the last to be held receiving Tax Returns also applications ( KI.OIIII.A. IIIIKKTINOHi: : : U r.4"P.ICfAf. SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
with Mr. Its patrons in this community thut TOJnn.. Hi-own ((t1J" ''ICIAi. hiAt.) A. J. Thomuii, .
and family spent Sunday for Homestead : llHilcHlun, whose (Clark of the I'lrcult Court.
H year and Mrs J. M. Rosier of Wood- Robt. Green Is no longer connected Exemptions address. U oo Ht. Ki-Hiii-ln' 11"1'11111.| I K.: I'vrryman.Hollt'llor A. W. Chndwlrk. Jr., Ht. Augustine,
l'utnratlu .
The faculty of Brooke Junior Springs Colni'ad0.You Klnrlda. I'lulntlffa Attorney.
lawn. I with or authorized to am h-rrby nntiriixl. that n for Coinplalnunt.tl t-ai tt a-ai/
School attended the meet- Theressa, Post Office--Tuesday, '.: 4t i.ZI :"l
Eft solicit or Mil of complain' lute ln-pn fllcil\ \
laundry dry cleaningfor
of the Bradford County Tom Swain of Jacksonville was [ this establishment. As It February 25,-from 9 to 10:00: IIICRI".1 r.rt>ir lnic you cause MN ii"liint' In. the ,._ "."._,,,..,,.,,....._.......... _.... ...,. ij a
chers Association which was the guest of Miss Eunice Snow- o'clock A. M.Hampton .
are further luillflt.il and
will be Impossible to a .
put representative $ p pti O
d In Starke Friday.Mr. den Sunday. Saxons Store-Tues- tirdf-i-j-il: to enter your written! uppearanre : The World's News Seen Through .
here at an early date, | tn niilil Mil of emnalnlntIn !
and Mrs. Luther Harrell from Vanderbilt- day February 2S: from 10:30: to
Many folks I those who wish to continue our thi nfflfa of the ricrk of the 5 THE CHRISTIAN SCII MONITOR
re visitors In O r e e n Cove : tended the funeral services of 11:30: A. M. Circuit Court In and for unlit.
I service by bringing your laundry nounly' either personally I or by at*
Ings Sunday. :: Earl Thomas held at the Dyal I and dry cleaning to the Graham Post Office Wednesday lorticy: on or before the rule dayIn ,t International Daily Newspaper t tit '

r. and Mrs. Ardell Crosby of Cemetery Saturday afternoon. plant February 26, from 8 to 9:00 Mnrrh the name being the 3rd M Truthful Connriictiva-UnMaaad-i Fraa from SanMtionaliim .
i i 'dis
will be allowed 20 I
percent day of said month, A. II 1041 t, or
rke o'clock A. M.\, litlitorlah Ar. Timely and Inalrucliva and It* Daily
were visiting relatives Misses Violet and Geneva In have a default entered against i
I I count. Post Office Wednes- ) for failure uppvar. 4 Faatum. Together with ha Weekly. Magazine Section I
e Sunday.y of Gainesville spent the Brooker. 'o'lt tr.'i Make )
Rosier -Junius M. Smith, Owner. la further that thin tha Monitor an Idaul l Nrwipapar for IM Ionia. :
> McDavld and Roland Davis week-end here with Miss Velma day, February 23 from 9:30: to not Ira b. published In the f6 ad- _.:. _._.-
ford County, T..U>irrai>h. a new.. S
Christian Science Publiihing SociatyOna
10:30 A. M. The
Jacksonville were visitors here : .
:Norman.Mr. paper of general circulation put> t
week. Housekeeping Project New River, Post Office, Wed lI..h..d In Bald County of liradford, Norway Straal. boron, MauachuMtta
Mra V V. Hazen and Mrs and Mrs.week-end O. W. Harrell of Explained To BoardMrs. nesday, February 26 from 11:00to : mica weokd.l each. .week for four uon.ecullvn ."b Price l\l\ .00 Yanrl. or II 1)0) a Month.
Tampa were guests Saturday Itnua including M.tfiaxina, Section, $Z.60 a Year.
inn Hazen were visiting Mrs. 11:30: A. M. >on" thin 29th day of January, !
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Johns. A. P 1041.OFN'It'tAi.. :.. Introductory Offer, 6 '..u.. 21 Cnts. .
Is Hazen and baby in the \, Anna Alvarez of Jacksonville Lawtey, Drug Store, Thursday, ( I. BEAT,) A. J. Thomas, v.rL..n. .
chua County Hospital last Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and District Supervisor of February 27 from 9:00: to 10:00: I'lork Clrrult Court. t t .. .._........._........__.....__.__............__.. v ," '.
made busi- John J. HvtidorHiin KMO: '
Velma a !
ksk. the House-keeping Aid project A. M. Solicitor. for 1'llLlnUtf.at 4t 1-21
ness trip to Jacksonville Monday. Respectfully - i
Friends of Juanita McKenzie District No.1. WPA comprising ON 5

U regret to learn that she is Collie Manning was visiting I 12 counties In North Florida, appeared E. W. Hayes Tax Assessor, iv|>l 1'( .H...M....(.inn.. <...!IT."'f'l'I.lltI.rni'HT' KOII..". I .-------------I . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .. IJ K. ,
\lie Fort Pierce Hospital. Lat- friends and relatives in Jackson- before the Board of 2-14 2t 2-21 Bradford County IM f'II' '\ "'I'llV. .._.".-...... .".,.....,.. ... . ,.. .. .. .. ". ..',. _.. ": I

---- ---- ------
reports are that she Is Im- ville Sunday. County Commissioners last week

vlng.MI'II. Remember church services at I urging financial assistance for thework ? QE1 1 8tb A4T? 9E1mL9E1iE 00

O. C. Kelley and son, Wateroak this week-end. Sometime In the past the

cwell were visitors In Galnes- Board made an appropriation for 1 1 ,
o Friday PINE LEVEL the sewing room which projecthas i 0
on tile
Ulsi Flora Alice Edwards is By Sin. II. M. McKue been discontinued. 've put one over Tords/leks t

'1. In school following a brief Three things Mrs. Alvarez requested .

eau Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and : ((1)) that funds appro- 0 8 ,, .

r.irll. Daisy Fisher and daugh- children. of Jacksonville have returned priated for the sewing room be
t'ranclne, were visiting :Mr. home after spending a few transferred to the housekeeping 0 Hero aro FOUR NEW ADDITIONS to

I Mrs. Russell Norman Sunday. days here with relatives. aid project; ((2)) that enough BUICK SPECIAL Line that Compact a1 lr I

Miss: Francine Fisher spent Owen McRae spent the week- money be donated to pay \the gas t

-urday afternoon with Miss end with Johnnie Smith of Lake bill fpr the transportation of the d Motorcar Bigness Into Handy Slzo d 4 )

"ra A. Edwards. women; to and from their work; o ; .nn a. akaaarrtav..

t-ss: Manse Crosby and Benny city.Irs. and! ((3)) that three uniforms each
\, Alice Oliver Is visiting relatives -
tera of Starke were visitingand in Jacksonville.Mr. for the nine women now with the ( y > .

Mra A. L. Crosby Sun- project, casting $1 per uniform 1 .-wM"

f afte noon. \, and Mrs. Raymond Oliverof be purchased. 5 I

.IN. Coleman Williams of Pal- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. The work carried on In this !,

to Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra. J. L. Underhill Sunday project would amaze the average "sueiy{( { ear ,, o j" I Ipr"

Mrs. Ellis Clemons. afternoon. person, Mrs. Alvarez stated If tt + !

Ur and Mrs. Roy McDavld Miss Doris Goodge of Starke there U sickness: In a home t I

ro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lon- spent Saturday night with Miss where the family is financially r? 5 ..5

McDavld of Gainesville and Uclessa: McRae. I unable to hire i a maid these L Io I

::1. Morris Brown of, Worthlng- Mr. and Mra Jack Coodge and I women go out and do the work

Springs; Sunday. son. Gene Misses Doris Goodgeand with no cost whatever to thosereceiving I '" :MB was when you measured Buick SPECIAL4-door ,

Ir9 O. J. Mott of Odessa McRae were visiting the assistance. In other car's and standing
High Springs O a ability Sedan model? $1021.*
here working at Harrison's friends at Sanford Sunday. words, someone else pays the They are cars with room for all ,
time I distance from
"re. relieving Miss Louise Gay Mrs. Ethel Wayne of Bell was worker; pays their transportatloa by yardstick the family, with all]1 the little] Buick 0 ''

Is 111.Mr of Mrs. II. M. Mc to: and from work; and pays for]I A bumper to bumper.
an'd a recent guest the clothes they wear while at luxury I touches!!, with I the unrivaledcomfort I So you can't ta k. measure

1 Martha Mrs.Evelya T.. Markey W. Markey were Rae.Wilson Smith who has been work. Where there are chronic Dut not any more not since of liuick's all-coil spring- with a yardstick-

Gainesville Saturday. employed at Camp Bland Ing left I cases, these women 60 hours give 720 Duick made ready the four new Ing and steady-going roadability. You've got to measure them by :1 y, A
---or per
Kra. Oak Mon hours per year
tries Hardy G. B. Colson Jr. and Mrs. for his home at Live nonth- -or 13 hours per week-- additions to its 1941 SPECIAL series Hut bumper to bumper they arc what they do for you-in the easier r '
were visiting
McGauleys In Melrose Friday. day.The strawberry activity In this or 2 hours per day. They render I j that are built for big-car travel shorter- so they fit your garage.Their handling die bigger thrill the extra I' f

Urs. Frank Feagle and Mrs. section Is at a standstill for a sorely needed aid to quite al) tastes-and small-car: garagesf convenience they add and by e j
wheelbase N i 118'inches
O. cold number of different families so ,
of the
Hazen In because f
were visiting few days '
IneSV1lle last week: weather. We had snow last Sun- the course of a year. | They are cars to take the measure they park like a bicycle and flit prices made lower by their newcompactness. I
should have headquarters -
The project .
lrr. Muriel Norman. Miss '| of almost the road in tbroughtraffcwithridiculouease.the I )
day.Mr. In Starke Instead o flHampton. anything on
ry' M. McRae [
Mott and Miss Madeline and Mrs. B. ,
>8by were shopping in Galnes- Mr. and Mrs Allen Hall and Mrs.!, where It now Is, saldj! lift and life of their 115-hp. They go farther on every gallon- low about seeing them now?

e Monday afternoon. H. M. McRae were Mr.nnd Mrs. Alvarez. The forewoman) Buick FIREBALL engine farther, even, than other Buick
Sunday Johns who has toj
Jr*. Minnie I
Mrs. T. N. Normal make trips to and from AdJ. <-_... r......_.... stslight ..,. sad ion.. BUICK PRICES BEGIN AT
CITIZENS OF BROOKER: afternoon at Gum Branch. so many )I __.....C0 t.IJSwsu.yat..lug., use..a hughn.

The Starke Dry Cleaners & M/ and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and! itarke, would save much time, ,,,, *JtEvtrtJatFSnfAtith.

"wry' wishes to announce to children of Palatka were dinner and expense If headquarters for I Slag lax, lI 1wltAll'f/llr. if 915 f

ratrons In. this community that guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. the county were here. j _:.J 1& meet and (lunJ.rin'i *
5t!: The request was refused by the o 1J"jI ''i t
Green Is to longer con. McRae Sunday. I fjttra. I'rirtt mtgttt to for tilefjQ'I

felt ted with or authorized to The young!!! people In this section -I Joard. II I i I) 4 .A..p..d-lubU. Bushtss Coup 1
at the homeof
the Sing
or enjoyed '"
cleaning '
dry "'
IfMrtAI 0 OfMMAl Moved VMUI
this esUbMchment. As It Mr. and Mrs.. II. H. Lewis I Long Range Guns j -

we Jl1tatlve l: be who Impossible here at to an put early a date rep- Tuesday Remember evening service of week-end.last at week.Pine I I ,nd There'll,.-wome', to be+shooting some tall at shooting Camp! oe REGISTER ,MOTOR (XIMFANlf 1

wish to continue our Level Church this

nee by bringing your laundry reallY Handing grta when under artillery way.: The practice 3l.t Corner Madison and Walnut Streets Starke, Florida o to

dry .ud adding machine
cleaning to ;
the plant Typewriter
I Field Artillery wUl get some 1551: i
be allowed 20 percent dlsr for sale .t the Bradford Countyribbons mm. guns with a flrlrg ramie of 9OO9OOOOOOOO99* WHEN BETTER AttTOMOIItIS Alt ttlllT IIICX! Wilt BUILD THEM e 0 000e. oeo
nt also> other oftlMt u ,!plies VSi'
11 inus:
'Jur.lua M. Smith Owner. i Tele'J'I&.b'; OffUe.


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FEB I 141941 !


Births Announced !Mrs. Endicott HonoredAt at the State Farm. Mrs. E. K. Perryman and) lira,

tl SOCIETY and CLUBS Miscellaneous Shower The meeting was presided over L' H.. Hill.

Mr and Mrs. Earl B. Searing by the president, Mrs. George W. In the absence of the
.. have announced the birth of a hlstorim!
Complimenting Mrs. James En- Roberts and was opened with I Mrs. E. L. Biggs
Mrs.! Davis Entertains on on Friday, February 7, In St.Vincent's the secretary,, !
Woman's Club Elects who, to her recent the Mrs.
]Miss Corpening Queen in Jacksonville.The dicott prior prayer by chaplain A I read a sketch of the life
New Officers For 1941 Ladies AuxiliaryMrs. Hospital marriage, was Miss Iva Mae M Darby. The flag salute was Of f rat,.
Of Valentine Pageant little boy has been named W. T Weeks whose
Lewis. Mrs T. W. Markey en- led by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, I birthday an
held Its Ellery M. Davis. was hostess Earl Burge Searing; Jr. at :nlversary February 15th
Friends of MBH| Snookle Cor- The Woman's Club tertained Tuesday afternoon after which the secretary, Miss Mn,
peeing, a senior at Montreal' regular monthly meeting Wed- Tuesday night to the Ladles Mr and Mrs. J. rurvss Hazen her home in Brooker with a miscellaneous Madge Midclleton, called the roll I Davis spoke on the Devoir shnn
t School, Montreat, N. C., will be nesday afternoon In the club audi- Auxiliary of the Presbyterian have announced'the birth of a son nhower. to which 19 members responded. and Mrs. Chapman ,
4, In the display
Interested to know that she wa torium, with Mrs. A Z. Adklns, church on Tuesday, February 1 in The guests were met at the Mrs. L. A. Davis, state president mementoes of her father
Alachua Hospital
r chosen by the faculty to be Queenof second vice-president, prenldlng. A pleasing feature of the evenIng Gainesville.County The baby has been door by Mrs Charles Hardy, Jr.,. Florida Division, outlined the pro- Singleton, who R. i.
Hearts In the Valentine pa- Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.. was colored, picture slides named James Purvis Hazen, Jr.I, I and each registered in the bride's, gram of work necessary forthe served with the
geant held ther annually transacted! her duties as secre- shown, by Mrs. 1-1. H. Young, the and Mrs RItch of book. The valentine. motif was' year in order to become an honor Confederate. .Army..

y, She was also honored recently tary and In the absence of the pictures being scenes in the mis- Gainesville Mr. have': Carlyle announced the carried out In decorations and chapter. A letter was read from During, the socIal period the
the financial report was sion field of Cameron, Africa. Mrs. T. O. Brown,
by being elected president of the treasurer arrival of James Hamilton the room was lovely with cut Ran- hostesses served a chicken
{ read by Mrs E. L. Matthews..Annual Mrs. Charles H. Allen conductedan a son flowers. dolph Relief Fund with referenceto course with coffee. salad\
senior class. The
30 In
I RItch, II. born January
reports were heard from all interesting worship service, quota for this fund. It was was chapter
1 duringthe pleased to have !
Alaohua Hospital' In Prizes for games played as a
e officer, and also from the librarian after which a short business session County announced that !the hostesses for Mrs. R. A. Gahagan rue \
W. S. C. S. To Meet Gainesville.Mr. afternoon were won by Miss of Savannah'Cift
Mrs. H. H. Young. was presided over by the the March meeting will be Mrs. ,
and Mrs. J.V.. Edwards, Madeline Crosby, Mrs. Josephine *
The Woman's Society of Chris- Mrs. Adklns, chairman of I president, Mrs. E. M. Davis. Two Jr., of Brooker announce the arrival Douglas and Mrs. Leslie Green, J. E. Wilson Mrs. L. A. Reynolds,

tian Service of the Methodist nominating committee, Mrs. L. D. Auxiliary officers were elected: of a daughter Mary Louise, A shower of lovely gifts was i......m.....,,_.._...._, ___------- --
Vice-President, Miss Lucile Mitchell n n M W V r 11 nil t Hi f
church will meet Monday after Vining, Mrs. E. L. Matthews on Tuesday, February 4,' In the presented to Mrs. Endicott. and
3 o'clock at the church. presented the following names for ; treasurer, lint. William Nor.
noon at Alachua County Hospital. Mr later a chicken salad course was BEN SUSL'OWlUlI..ITARY
This will be a program and business officers and they were duly rls. Edwards, prior to her marriage served.
elected: President, Miss Evelyn After the meeting* adjourned,
was Miss Zona Douglas of Lake Mrs. Markey was assisted by NOVELTIES
the hostess served homemadecake
Butler. Mrs. Charles Hardy, Jr., Mrs. W.
and hot'tea to those pres ARMY WOOL LUMBER! JACKETS ____..
For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local H. Hinton, Mrs. Earl Green, and $2..0
ent. COTTON RIDING PANTS _._ ____ _
Luncheon-Meet Enjoyed Miss Agnes Rimes. --- : __ __ $1.00
Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located ARMY WOOL SHIRTS ____________
f Stump; first vice-president, Mrs. By Teachers 'Association Guests invited to be with Mrs. --------- $2.00
One Block South of S. A. L. ARMY COTS ----- ________ _
Depot N. D. Wainwright, Jr., second Endicott and the hostesses were ------------- $2.50
t vice-president, Mrs L. A Canova; The Bradford County Teachers i Mrs. C. J. Crews, Mrs. Grace GUARANTEED REBUILT ARMY SHOES "_" $2.00
Association held Its annual meet- Mrs. W. H. 'Hinton, Mra. RAIN COATS ____,..
third vice-president, Mrs. K. Q. Barry -------------- $2.00
J. W. ANDREWS\ JR. Duncan; fourth vice-president, Ing Friday afternoon at the high Earl Green, Mrs. Dave Green, SPECIAL-complete outfit khaki pants and shirt $2.00
Mrs. E. L. Biggs, recording sec school building and this gatherIng I Mrs. O. W. Hazen, Mrs. E. J. -
retary, Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr.; was well attended by teach- Hazen, Mrs. G. B. Colson, Mrs.
} r Your Ford Dealer For 20 YearsI corresponding secretary Mrs. T. ers from all over the county.A Johnnie Douglas Mrs. J. H. Sow- "The Army Store
T. Long; treasurer, Mrs. W. II.Hart. II pleasant feature of the occasion ell, Mrs. O. C. Kelley, Mrs. Char-
Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA was the luncheon In the lea Hardy Jr., Mrs. I. W Pin- 209 E. Call Street Starke

Robert B. Wear, Y, M. C. A. school cafeteria. This excellent holster, Miss Lubedla Plnholster, ff1Qt ClGl3> IIdf !IlIDmC'J r-B-QlOtiliAAg'3 ,, 'Fk
meal was prepared for the occasion Mrs. E. C. Long, Mrs. L. O. tip'
.. secretary, gave a brief talk on
$ by Mrs. Elva Sullivan, man- Mrs. A.
the subject of his work. This Hazen, Mrs. Mary Green
organization will the clubhouse ager of the cafeteria. The Rev.G. L. Green Jr., Mrs.:. R. P.. Lewis, 50c ----.0-: 50c
occupy K. McGauley offered a prayer Mrs. R. E. Hazen, Miss Madeline
The Starke Cleaners & as headquarters for servingthe I
Dry Laundry Army men at Camp Blan- and returned thanks, and later Crosby Mrs. Muriel Norman, MADAME LEONA B:
v ding. Impromptu speeches were made ,Mrs. Harmon Morgan, Mrs. L. A. : :
r by Dr. W. E. Middleton, County Brown, Miss Agnes Rimes, Mrs.E. JUST ARRIVED
t ANNOUNCES THAT Mrs. W. E. Middleton announced 1 School Superintendent, S. E. J. Lewis, Miss Grace Dukesof
that she would
sponsora Sparks, chairman- local board. Worthington Springs, Mrs. M.
"Bundles for Britain" Palmist and Advisor
club, and
and J. S. Norman, member of F. Wiggins of New River Mrs.
Robert Green Is No Longer Con aaked that all interested in this the county board. Guests enjoy- R h e b a Waters, Mrs. Tommie Gives names, dates and facts HBMMs* sii
work for humanity meet her at regarding all affairs of life,
ing the occasion were: Mrs. Ira Waters Mrs. Rurel, Dukes, and love,
nected With i Or Authorized To at the 3 club o'clock.house Friday afternoon Corn of Wichita, Kansas, who Mrs. J. W. Dukes, all, of Dukes.U. and desires.marriage Causes and business.speedy marriage Will tell,your re-unites innermost the thought "
rt separated,
was at one time teacher in the
Solicit Mrs. L. A. Canova presented Starke school' and Mrs. W. K.Mld'Jleton. how to better your business, get a position settle lawsuits and
1y1 Laundry Or Dry Cleaning Jack Halle, K d wind Wiggins, D. C. Holds MeetingAt estate troubles, lucky day and lucky numbers.

I For This Establishment. Roberta Whltfleld, Freeman Register After the luncheon the Association State Farm For limited time only $2.00; reading: for 50c, with
Jr., and Garland Godwin, adjourned to the auditorium this ad.
members of the high school orchestra where a business meeting was Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. Rooms for white and colored.
Inspect The Sign On The Truck Closely who gave two popularnumbers. conducted. The president, Lester R. H. Cox were Joint hostesses Sunday, 9 till 9. daily and
1 f During the social half Sponholtz presided and >W. M. Wednesday afternoon of last week
; When Someone Calls On You Repre- hour the hostesses Mrs. C. F. Morrow of Hampton transactedthe when they entertained the W. T. EAST PALATKA On Hwv" '-28. near Farmer.'
Ward, and Mrs. John Uglow served duties of secretary. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., at the Market. Look for Palmist Sign.Plenty .

senting Starke Cleaners dainty Individual cakes, cof: home of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, P'.enne7OOC7C7C7c7r c c7nnnnne" ;';IC'IC'IC'I....,..-rar.=.-...,.......,,,-
Dry & Laundry fee, and salted nuts, and each For sale Adding Machine and c. '-' "" "" '=!5o" ==c.:>OC.cI

plate was adorned with a valen- Typewriter Ribbons at Telegraph
Your Clothes Serviced In Your Town tine. office.

By People Living In Your Town-Also Parking Space

100 Percent Insured. Carolyn Callstreet:

------- .r I 5 Lbs. 2 No. 2 Cans

' There is a young lady named line must go on- 4J./ If I get towlflhlng 23c 15c
Caroline maybe'J Something will
Sugar String Beans .
Keep Your Money At Home By Whose Job Is to dish out this come true ...&&,'11 k :.-one of '
;;, sorts line; those lush sweaters that Alice .
I' She has quite a yen for handsome Fernandez knits .y-:And I'd like 5 Lbs. Fancy Blue 22c 2 No. 2 Cans

: Patronizing Home Industries young men to ride in At and Elvalee Man- 15c
Rose Rice
Oh, won't you please be her Valentine assa's new Oldsmobile ; Or I'd Corn
ffi like Pearl Manning to'give
me as
swell. a manicure she does Col- No. 2 CansTomatoes
Starke Dry Cleaners COMPLETE
& Laundry und Hearts ribbons and, candy flowers and, old love lace onel' Whoozls i But what's 6c MARKET

\ l'hymes-l1l1 kinds of Valentines the use T Native and Western Meats

JUNIUS M. SMITH, Owner and what do I get! Just a comic Looks as though 'the new ten
I' "Old Maid" makes me wantto cent store Is gonna be a reality 3 Tall Cod! Cuts, Chickens
I at last Can't wait 22c
---- .. ----,-- break down and cry but them to do my

4 ----------- _m___ ____ I Easter shopping there New Milk PRODUCE _
,- '"' -- __ theatre-The :Parly-opened wi-th I .
a crowd (they forgot to Send mea 24 Lbs.

pass tho) Looks as tho 77c Nice Lettuce

Park we have enough folks for both Flour 1 p
TheatreSTARKE theatres [Lear''Mina Is gonna 2 Heads U,\..
remodel and expand .. The 20 Lbs.
,. theatre, of course, 'Dora, not her- '
FLORIDA self <'> 83 Large

Bradford County's Newest Modern and\ UpToate Theatre Delicatessen open, now, too Pillsbury Flour -y Celery 10 C
Hope they have Oodles of good
PROGRAM WEEK IJEGINNING FEBRUARY 13TH, 1911 things to eat ;... Sure will bea 2 Pkgs 5cMatches "
help to these busy housekeepers 5'c 4 Lbs.

If they will .-. Bill Mundy's 1 5
barbershop was rapped up In Bananas t C

'.? Thursday & Friday, February 13: II. I brown paper Sunday and try as 2 Pkgs. Table

I might I couldn't find out what 5c 3 Lbs. Yellow
"THREE SONS"With was behind it Salt ,

When I was a kid I thot it Onions 10 C

Edward Ellis J. would be fun to b e a school Maxwell House
numbers Virginia Dale teacher .
Last Friday when I -
Shirley Temple In-"PURDON MY 45c 10 Lbs.
PUPS"PARAMOUNT snooped in on the dinner they Coffee, 2 Lb. Cans
were having In the cafeteria at 14
B. It. S. I knew I shoulda foj-) Irish Potatoes

1 lowed my first calling i Whatta 2 Large Cans _._:
/ Saturday, February 15th-Up to 730 P. M. feed! Mrs. Sullivan really) 27c Certified Main Canadian

"RAINBOW fixed it up for them Teachers Fancy Peaches or
t OVER THE RANGE"With from all the County plus the I! RED BLISS Potato Seed $2.40

school officials Av,.. .Doc. Middle Sliced or Grated Pin- _
Tex Ritter and Dorothy Fay ton milk In; his usual jolly re-, 15 Fancy-Runner

i COMEDY CARTOON marks 'n' makliV' everybody feel apple, Large Cans C
nice 'n' warm Inside because of| PEANUT SEED

his friendliness .,?,,And every- Good 5 Bushel _$1.00

Saturday, February 15th-From 7:30 P. M. Till 12:00 body eatln' chicken 25c FEEDS
Caught Wlma M Clane goln' to String Brooms ---
OWL SHOW -_ the Woman's Club meeting in a
Taxi Wednesday .'. .. Still seems Eadan f* CT/1
"DEATH OF A Large JarsPeanut
CHAMPION" like a novelty altho we've had

With them for months 22c Mash : OU
r Lynne Overman Robert Out of the Bandbox this week: Butter
Virginia Dale Lucile Kennedy in a luscious pink Eadan 16
COMEDY CARTOON suit protesting against winter's Potted Meat p. c. 65-

e last attack Ethel Biggs wear. lOc Dairy 1
hV pastel rose suit and hat' but 3 Cans '.
Sunday &
Monday, February 16-17 her -
carryln' fur coat to be sure

"BUCK BENNY she didn't freeze V" Evelyn Crisco or Eadan
RIDES AGAIN" Stump in blue-dress, hat, shoes,I 1 95'

Featuring and She's bag, with white gloves .". Sory, 3 Lbs. 52 C Scratch _
Jack Benny Ed Rochaster Anderson the newly-elected President
li. Andy Devine _
of the Woman's'
Club.'ya: know-
PARAMOUNT NEWS SHORT Congratulations Evelyn '. ., Large Langs Sweet COMPLETE LINE WILSON &

Stork's flyiiV so fast again I'm 15c TOOMER FERTILIZERS
almost afraid to'\1 Jock up at a Mixed Pickles
Tuesday & Wednesday, February 18 19 We deliver
chimney for fear he'll be sit tin anywhere in County
there waltin' to spot
-- BARGAIN DAY somebody
; But only boy,,,tfUs,week .
"NURSE EDITH CAVELL" One for Elaine and Purvis Hazen
, With and one for Eunice- and Earl S. R. JOHNS & SON

Anna Nea.le. Edna May Oliver I Searing No girls named for ,
01>>uuioCUl'Ju) George. Sanders their Aunt Carolyn yet Oh
__ SHORT well, there's still Ume And

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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I R.Mrs.A. Bulger Beulah, of Albritton Arcadia;and Mr.Mrs.and I I! Mrs. L. A. Wynn Y. M. C. A. Secretary stitute, and then spent twelve ,,'L.. i

I In China helping organize ; (
.- ...' .. lira. Bailey Hendrix and Mrs. J. Dies Suddenly Here On Project years "
Y'a and train Chinese Y secre-! '
:A. Cannon of Lakeland, were j
Hi, Green Is III with pneu- Ernie fowling, Jr., recently Mrs. W. G. Halle. Mrs. Charley here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Janie rinholster Wynn, The Army and Navy Department I Hi-tea. He returned to America I IJ] '
Joined the U S. Army and Is now Hcarne and Mrs. W. D. Uaxter Iin 1023. Since that time he hail <."
Homer Llmbaugh. wife of Leaston A. W Y n n, of of the National Council Y. I ,
stationed at Ft. McDowell, Calif. were visitors In Jacksonville Monday I nerved In Texas, South Dakota ,'I i ;
ill with Influ- Hampton und a member of .A St. C. A Is establishing an Army"Y" t1 I
is work
prks, and Ohio. His most recent ?,
lih'ls week. Mrs. J.. M. Brownlee and little F. C. Holllngaworth. and Mr. prominent pioneer family of Flor- In theVomln'a Club Ituild- I wits with.the Cleveland Y. M. C- '..

granddaughter, Catherine Brown- D. H. Perrymun of Atlanta, and have Mrs.all been James 111 with HolUngaworth Influenza. j 1 Ida, died Friday afternoon, February Ing In Siarke, and Robert B. A, aa educational secretary.Mrs. .. .

Frances Parker, of Gran lee, spent Friday In Jacksonville. Ga., Is a guest of his brother-in- F. C. Is still In bed while the I Luke 7 of, at a her heart home attack.on Hampton Mrs. Wear the executive secretary, arrived WeAr will arrive an soon ,

4, Mich., 1* the law and sister Mr. and Mrs. I*. others are back at their dutiesIn Wynn had been falling In healthfor hero Wednesday to begin at Mr. Wear can 'find aultab) .
|l I' M- Barefoot. .L. A. Davis was called to Fer- A. Davie the real! estate office a couple of years, but her the o r g a n 11 alien work. Mr. living quarters. He also has UUTM j
nandina. Monday because of the Wear says It will likely be the children--two grown sons and *
death came aa a shock to relatives
ward Burns is able to be Illness", of his mother, Mrs. Mary George W Cox of Thomas- Mrs. G. E. Miller and little son, and friend, since she was- first of March before plane of the grown daughter. All three la
Iter( being at home last'week Davis. vile, Ga., recently arrived here Jack, left Saturday for their home attending to her household duties Y. M. C. A. will be In full awing Oberlin College Ohio. Two aons''

Lft L attack of Influenza.' and la employed' at the City Barber In'Denver' Colorado. Mrs.' Miller I as usual when the end came here, but he la on the job to provide graduate this year and the '(laugh*
Bill Mundy is able to be out Shop. ,and eon have been here on an extended the proper entertainment and tar!' next.
L Ruby Hendrix and son, again after being at home for the visit with her, parents, Mr, Horn July 29. 1881 at Brooker, recreation for the soldiers when I

!d', of Pavo. Ga., are guests past week with an attack of In- Mrs. Simeon Phillips and small and Mrs I. P. Shepherd.E. ful Florida member Mrs.of Wynn the Baptist was a churchof faith- they are off duty. II I Denmark Warehouse
fluenza. Suellen,
LJmbaugta. Mr.
s. Homer Wear Is a Dative of Texas, t
Hampton, where the funeralwas
Monday from Riverside HospitalIn 1.. Kinchen, has almost recovered held Sunday afternoon a graduate of the University of The Denmark Furniture Company \ \
Jacksonville. "
from Injuries sustained 3:00 o'clock. Interment was In Texas with the A. 1). degree and is building a new ware- ,
,when he was struck by an auto received his Master's degree from house 40 x 23 feet at the rear .
II I wish to take this opportunity to thank my friendsd Dr W. E. Mlddleton and James Santa Fe Cemetery near her new Yale. He ,
hm been
mobile several weeks ago, and home which a secretaryof of their new location In the old
customers for their patronage and splendid coloration Hornsby Dr are enjoying a few daysIn will soon be able to return to his few months. had occupied buta the Y. M C. A. for the past poHtofflce building. The'ware-
fishing camp duties at the Three Friends Bar! 28 years. He first. nerved as a house will be ready for occupancy ',
in ,my first year as owner and manager of up In South Georgia. Services were conducted, by the
ber secretary of the student Y. M.
Shop. C. Monday. Walter Silcox Is the ,1\I I Ipulider. ;
nny's Grocery & Market.____ __ _- -Guy II. Sale. I Rev. C. R. Robinson of Palaika, A. at Virginia Polytechnic In .-'!t
Woodfln G. Halle, of West HMStHlcil by the Rev C. A. Warren 'l 1..
Palm Beach, will spent the week. Mrs. T. J Griffin, has returned pastor of the t Hampton ..

:OTT'S TISSUE, 3 For 25c end here with his parents Mr. from weeks Jacksonville with her after son-in-law spendingtwo I church and the Rev. MY. Hicks, I !It 1,:,
and Mrs W. G. Halle. of Waldo, a former pastor. The
and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. large attendance at the funernl,

*ESH COUNTRY'EGGS, Doz.23c Mrs. Irma Duford. nurse in Mendoza Mrs. Griffin Is recovering not only neighbors and friends '
from attack of Influenza DON'T
Dr. Middleton's and Dr. Jen nn but many people from over the
nings' office, is away from work State, and the beautiful tributes .
emier Breakfast Cocoa, Lb. Can 13c thin week because of flu. of flowers attested the esteem In F''
Lt. Col.! and, Mrs.. Allen U. I II
I which the deceased was held und
Mills Marjorie Stump, who Is Campfleld. who have been living the sympathy of friends for the
ase & Sanborn Coffee, Lb. 22c teaching music In Monticello, was In Melrose for the winter, have family. WAIT .L.LI'
been given a series of farewell
a week-end of her
guest parents, Survivors! include, twnldea her
ALLARD'S FLOUR Lbs. _. _.___ 29c Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. called dinners.Into Col.active Campfield service has and been left I bereaved husband( Lean ton A. i "

__i M for Atlanta Ga., yesterday.W Wynn three daughters: Mrs. T.
Mrs. BJvelyn Stephens spent the E. Duncan, wife of State's At- .
MARKET SPECIALS week-end in Tampa on business torney T. E. Duncan of Gaines!
and also: had the privilege of W. Stewart, an auditor from ville; Mrs. Edmund Sllvernall. of J

seeing Gunparllla take the city. the grow receipts tax: department : Jacksonville; Mm. Purvis Hazen
For Week-End of the State Comptroller's office .,
of three Until
Hampton; sisters: Mrs.A. after the accidentto
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bates, in Tallahassee, la spending a weekor J. Johnson, Mrs. T. C. demons -
elect Western & Native Beef And Pork of West Palm Beach, were guests ten days In Starke, calling on bolh of Miami; Mrs. A. A. check
Sunday of Mr. Bates' uncle and business men and checking up on Hazen, of Gainesville; and a up on your

Any Cuts aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. the one-half of one percent tax brother, W. K. Plnholoter, 0 f
on their gross receipts for the I Jacksonville. automobile liability and

Mrs P. M. Barefoot year 1940.
and her
OILING BACON, Lb. __________ Toe guest, Mrs. Frances Parker, Itecauwo of the beautiful Christian personal accident insur- $'' ,
Mr. and :Mrs. J, W. Dane und and Influence of
i "" "" 1 spent Wednesday<< I n Brooker
:Mrs. Wynn, her place will be hardto
visiting at the home of R. T. daughter, Barbara ;, Jean, spent ance Your most im-
resh Ground Pan Sausage, Lb. .. _. 15c Osteen. the week-end in Live Oak with fill In the home The church

Mrs. Dane's uncle ,and aunt, the and the community.
protection. Call
ESTERN BEEF LIVER Lb. 23c Mrs. Coburn Rain of Gainesville Rev. and Mrs. B. D. Bourne, Mr. DeWItt C. Jones was In chargeof portant ;
e. Dane Is employed at Ulan- funeral arrangement
Is the new assistant to Mrs. today-Phone 146.
Evelyn Stephens executive secretary ding and he and family have an us

uare Cut Rump or Chuck Roast, Lb. 18c Commcice.of the local Chamber of apartment S. S. howling ut the home of Mrs Hunting Season Kudu

The 1010-41 hunting season officially -

risket or Rib Stew-Tender, Lb. 12 l-2c Leonard Kinchen, employee of May Get CCC CampA I ends Saturday, February

the Canova Pharmacy, has been 15. The stale-wide migratory
H. C.
[ uway from the "fountain" for Civilian Con crvntlon' Corps waterfowl and deer season ended AGENCYConstant 1 r
RIMMED CUBE STEAKS, Lb. 32c several days with a severe case camp may be established near December 31, and dove season ,
of Influenza. here soon to help maintain Im- came to a close January 31. The Service
portant Camp Blandlng areas previously popular upon has beenon
Dimmed Broward such as the small arms range and the decline here this year be- Over Fifty Years
Strickland, who has
|ork Chops Fresh and Tender, Lb. 23c been away from Starke for several the artillery range. If sent here, cause everyone was too busy with I .

years, has been back home it Is possible that the boys mightbe Camp Blanding business.) to lake y tl tlt

ENDER .PICNIC HAMS Lb .19lENNY'S for a week, but Is now In bed housed ,in the buildings formerly much time out for pleasure.

-..-.. .__; -. -_ ,. ; _h- _-.- Wth.the. flu.., ;, '. used for a Veterans. Cump .
h at Gold Head, Branch. -
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GROCERY & MARKET Green Congressman were called and from Mrs.Washing R.f A. Snow Here'. Sunday Lt- .

ton to Gainesville last Saturday
A light snow tell.here Sunday
because of the serious Illness of
GUY II. SALE morning and seems-to: have been
Mrs. Green's father, Y. A. Harris. BIRDS EYE
pretty general over this sectionof

Florida, being reported also In
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee,
Jacksonville. The flakes were almost -
Jr., and little daughter. Cath-
of the consistency of sleet,
erine, and Shelton of '
NAT SEZ: Gainesville, were week-end guestsof and the ground.melted as fasT! aa they hit FROSTED FOODS

Well folk*--Brother Wlllkle may Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. I' ;

still have a frog/ In his. throat, 1.,..
Andrew Z. Adklns. Jr., who Is 1SELCIIING; IS Kto FUN 0Iii.".
+ but ire did some mighty purty Deliciously Fresh ;
tJ a student at the Citadel In Charleston
that Senate hearing Belching Is disagreeable and
croaking at /
S. C.. spent Saturday and
f often embarrassing If take a
the other I'm beginning
day. /
here the home of his
Sunday at
of IH!
better Democrat Hpnonful ma-Rex: In a glass
believe he's n parents. Judge. and Mrs. A. Z. of water after meals,,you can expel ...... .
than lots of weak-kneed<< > slittcnt 4 --+
who've been bucking the President Adkinn. stomach gas quickly, Hisma-
Rex acts four to relieve
at every turn.. ('II bet those ways .
Van H. I'rle.t/Iof Madison is
acid Indigestion. Go_to the Rex-
Wlllkle croaks soundnl like pipe In Starke and will be here most
all Drug Store and ask for Bls-,
organ muixla to those poor folk of the time until the Van H. D1BRexO:: doses for 50c.-.-Car Fruits & Vegetables ., 1,
Let's 'em!
In London. help
Priest Company moves Into the penter's Drug Store In Starke.
new building sometime within'the

EW SPRING next two weeks. iBlueberries, Youngberries, StraWberries, Raspberries, ;

am Rhubarb Spinach Peas Cauliflower Peas and Carrots
Mr. and Mrs S. J. Tankersley, W. K. CHANDLER ,, ,

visitors and son In Bill Starke, were Tuesday.business Mr EI'ERTWATCH Asparagus Cuts, Asparagus Spears, Brussels Sprouts,

Tankersley Is an electrical engineer REPAIRING: Lima Beans, Green Beans, Golden Corn, Beans, Broc-

Starke, and City had Hall.\ business at the WATCHES. RINGS coli, Squash, and Corn on Cob.


Mrs. R. A. Gahagan, of Savan .
nah Ga., U a guest at the home In White's Store
of her father, I.. C. Powell. On t i'i
m zY the second day of February Mr. Call Street Sea Foods I
t a
n Powell was 92 years of age, and STARKE, FLORIDA
his daughter was here to Join In
the family celebration of hi 1 II I Shrimp, Lobster Meat, Oysters, Scallops, Cod Fillets, ,

birthday anniversary- Beware Coughsfrom Flounder, Fillets, Halibut Fillets, Haddock Fillets, Sword-

Mayor N. D. Wainwright Jr., fish Steaks, Halibut Steaks, Salmon Steaks, Mackereland
accompanied by C. W Stone and common colds

son, Raymond, drove to Toledo Red Perch.

Ohio Wednesday, February 5, That Hang On
where they were In attendance
the Stone Brothers Sportsmanship Creomulsion relieve promptly be-
upon eau e it goes right to the seat of the
6 M Show and Exposition help loosen and
AEI for several days. This show belongs germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
in GlamorousLafinAmerican to Mr. Stone, who Is registered to soothe and heal raw. tender. Inflamed Meats .
bronchial mucous mem
at the Magnolia Hotel brane&.Tell your druggist to sell you
HuesHOSIERY here, and his. two brothers. They a bottle of Creomulolon with the understanding -
had various skill water games: you must like the way it Loin Lamb Chops, Rib Roast, Sausage Links, Chicken

shooting that section archery they, etc.visited While Detroit in to quickly nave allay your money the cough back.CREOMULSION or. you are I Roasters, Chicken Broilers, Fryers, Turkey, Ducklings .

also. Mayor Wainwright says he and Chopped Steaks. .
; V saw plenty of snow while away. for Couchs.Chest Colds Bronchitis t tky4:14If1d
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'& FARMERS' SECTION I lly EVERGREEN Mrs. V. J\, Holler I LIVE STATE NEVIS IIF.1GIIT:Plant OF City IGNORANCE,-Municipal JudgeJ. FLA.ny Miss STATE Mary Tow FtIj, ?Itf',

D. Burton, Jr., hears all I kindsof
Mrs. Lamar
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Mr. and Mrs. Jenson Brannenof cases, but thIs la a new one: turned to her horn ,
FOR TILE110USEIIOLD Jack onvlJle spent I *
RURAL John Minor, charged with beinga visiting* her mother t--:
here with relatives. Tallahassee, The Florida office Tarpon Springs!, John H. 1
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: admitted be When ht ssce.
COMMON SENSE. Rev H. :'C..TlUman was visiting of the U. S. Bureau of Public Campbell, a 25-year-old escaped vagrant,

FAILURE' I MORE STRAWBERRY H. 1 Ii}. Hosier Saturday night. i I Roads has b'e e n moved from convict from North Carolina who I the judge asked him, if he was an Edward Whatley t ,.Il I)
OR Starke and V
SUCCESS Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reddingand I Gainesville to l' Tallahassee. American citizen, be said hedidn't I now in '.;, Mill''
1 claims to be the last survivor of Burton Cot pa at Key West
of W1JJal'dCaaklns know. by
1 That the success or failure a son were visiting i :.ls u
" farm will be determined, In the As we're rather strong for Sunday. DIES FKQSl SHOCK the notorious :Mo. Barker gang, where he was born. Minor replied -I weelc-end visitor of Frank Cra

' final analysis, by the farmer himself Florida strawberries, and we be- Mrs. C. A. Prlngre and children, Winter Haven,-(Jerry) Getrost, was locked up In the local jail Baltimore. "But," he' saId Mr. and Mrs. V N Geiger t

was brought out clearly and lieve you are, too we're bringingyou Mrs. W. M. Redding and children, i 41, Lakeland electrician, died yes- here last week. He boasted 6f "I haven't got an education, andI R. H. Cox have returned t*

concisely recently by A. P. three more strawberry recipes and Mr. and Mrs. St. ClaIr :Mose- terday, afer( i,.four-hour attempthad a long criminal record and of don't know whether that makesme Tampa where they attended
this week. We hope you will try B. citizen or not." fair,
Spencer, vice-director of the State ley spent Sunday with E.I been' made to revIve him an American I
: i Agricultural Extension Service, In them out and enjoy them as we Rosier I from .an' electrical shock he received numerous escapes from jails, prisons When questioned how many jails MIss Alta Smith visited 11,

+ a discussion of agricultural conditions have. Mrs. Bill Spears and children earlier in the day. He and convict camps. He exhibited he'd been in. Minor said It was I Mary Townsend over the w

't and prospects."No Strawberry Ice Creun and Miss Oreta Brannen of Ral- was electrocuted while trying to wounds which he said he so many he couldn't remember end.

artificial device, sponsored' Ingredients: 1 quart strawberries ford spent the week-end here with I replace 'a'2300-v lt wire in the received while a member of the them all. Miscellaneous Shower

by governmental or other agencies 1 cup sugar, 1 1-2 cups their parents, Mr. and Mrs.I city-owned white way system Barker gang. The day Ma Barker Mrs. John Crews, who
' can take the place of good heavy cream, whites of 4 eggs, Brannen. I" SAMPSON CITYBy to her, marriage Pri,
management based on sound practices 1-8 teaspoon salt, and 1 1-2 cups Mrs. W. ,11. Lee of Okeechobee ASSUMES AIR POST and her boys were wiped out In 11r S. E Jones ago was Miss Gladys roost,
official asserted. of Vanderbilt : their Oklawaha hide-out, he said, DOW:
Extension and Miss Velma. Norman -
i the J. Don-
Stanley honored
Arcadia,-Capt. was by a
t milk.Wash, hull and mash berries.. I were visiting Miss Louise: ovan of the U. S. Army Air he was returning from Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Polk of Lake City shower given for her miscelk at !
a and ; when he heard the blazing of the I have moved here and Mr. Polk Is the tll+
Governmental programs en- Sprinkle with sugar, cover, Rosier Sunday. Corps, arrived In Arcadia yester- house Friday afternoon,
In Mrs J, M. Rosier and guns of officers and the gang. : at Camp Bland Ing. I pebmi
deavor to assist the farmer let stand several hours. Then Mr. aDd day to take over his duties as employed T,
balancing his production, making squeeze through a double thickness Mrs. Levy No.rman and children, commander of the officers and He made a get-away to North Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of I The winners
, plans for his land and his home," of cheese cloth. Mix cream, were visiting! B. K. Rosier Sun mea who will be stationed at Carolina and was later sent to Dnytona Beach visited their of the conk
played were MIss !\
and to show him the efficacy of milk, whites of egg, beaten until day afternoon I Carlstrom Field by the govern- prison for the theft of an auto- grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Jones Thornton and Mills lleiven I

practical, scientifically developed stiff, and salt. Freeze. Add fruit Mr. and Mrs. Craig; Gllanon and ment during the training of air mobile. Tuesday night. Later In the Iri cr!'.

j, practices and methoda, but that's juice and continue freezing. If son of the State Farm were visit cadets Horace Varnes was attendingto various and afternoon, tf
M far an they go--It's up to the the fruit Is acid, more sugar may ing Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier TOOK PUBLIC MONEY business in Jacksonville Tues- been games contest L
farmer to do the rest to follow be necessary Sunday night. STATE SCHOOL FUND Plant City,-R. :M. (Bob) Mor- served.played, refl'eahmenta"t

the cue that has been given him Strawberry Vie No. 2 Bernard Rosier spent Sunday Tallahassee,Henry J. Drig- gan, local food stamp cashier, dav.T.. H. Hill and Louie of
son, ,
'j to carry out his operations satisfactorily Fresh st rawberry pie la a here with his parents, Mr, and gers. Stale motor vehicle< commissioner was sentenced to a'year Imprisonment here business The honoree receiv, ,t' IIl!
and successfully. pastry of which everybody Is particularly Mrs 'J., Q. Rosier : transferred a 'million for embezzlement of $833. of Lawtcy were of last on week. lovely and useful gIft! (IOIa t

ey, Farming, like any other line of fond. It has a delicious Mrs. Horace Redding spent dollars In 1941 automobile license public funds. He told Judge Thursday night guests.
M, human activity, must be done according flavor and makes an added several days In Starke last week tag receipts to the State i IIlmes In the criminal court hearing Jerry Smith of Miami Is vIsit-

mi to plan and methods if variety and a welcome change in with her brother, Mr. Andrews'BoATURAIN school fund last week. All revenue -" that he lost the money gam I ing his grandmother, Mrs. S.oJ.. 7oelfevoditeary

It'" In to be successful.. Mr. Spencer' the menu. j from sale of license platesgo hung As he played blackjackat Jones, this week. of Q (g

f.l explained; : ;No; matter how much Wash berries carefully. Remove II to the school fund, which one Tampa house, the money Mlllard Varnes was In Palatka Ii9Uc

::9ll capital a business concern has caps Place In a containerand By IUrA. Z. Z. Griff Comptroller J.' M. Lee recently I gradually decreased. He said he Sunday 'attending to business. )
ft1 aVl.lIlt.I! It must be operated on add about a pound of sugar said was $2t>OOOOO behind In Its tried to recoup the losses In an- Everyone wad surprised to see
f a systematic plan based on needs, for each two quarts of berries, Misses Mildred and Margaret distribution to the counties other place. The money gone and snow fall Sunday morning as it ;

,, .'. demand, and supply If It Is to depending, of course' on their Morrell\ were visiting their grandmother i facing disgrace, Morgan said he was not very often that snow

succeed. Farming la just as much sweetness.! Let /stand! overnight. Mrs M. J. Russ, of lUTE FLIERS WARNED II caught a train to Jacksonville,' falls In Florida. TABLETS.SALVE.NOS M0 l
'i'll'' buslncHS as anything else, and Drain off juice the next day and Watertown Sunday. Mildred remained Tumpa,-A warning to kite and from there went to Texas.
\\l.. 1U succesa depends on its efficiency bring to a boll. I for a longer visit. fliers was issued this week by There he decided to return and
''l ," he averred. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Calney Nathan Mayo Commissioner of pay the penalty. When he gave FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

The Agricultural Adjustment Thicken with cornstarch, tnp-,I were visiting at the bedside of Agriculture; in Administration, the Soil Conservation ben, or flour by blending with Mrs. Galncy's mother, Mrs. G. Frank, directOi of the Florida October 11, It ended his mysterious EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Service, Farm Security small amount of'the juice. Pour W. Itarrell of Luke Sunday
City Safety Council. In his letter disappearance of about a MODERATE PRICES
AdmInistration, Farm Credlty Administration into boiling mixture and stir con- Harold Grlffls and Harvey
said "A little month.
Mayo ;
) DeWITT C. JONESstarle.
( und other govern- stantly until of proper consist Galoey spent the week-end In Winter Haven recently
Remove from fire, stir in boy Florida
mental agencies and programs are ency. Jacksonville. had a wire qn his kite for the COAST GUARD EXAM! :
helplcg the farmer to get over berries, and allow to cool. Add Mrs. Eugene Prevatt and cord. Thelikite flew across a Orlando-Senator Charles O.

the rough bumps that have appeared mixture to previously baked pantry daughter, Mrs. L. O. Tyre of high tension'( electric line. The Andrews la directing attention to
In hla road during the shell, cover with meringue Flora Home, were visiting In of the competitive examination for
wire cord became a conductor
f1 few but It's to the and bake only long enough to I
past years up Oveldo last week-end and were killed appointment of cadets to the
and the was
electricity, boy
farmer to produce as much food lightly color and set meringue.Or accompanied home by Mrs 1're- Coast ,Guard Academy at New t 1

and feed as possible for hla famIly freshly sweetened berries maybe vatt's daughter, Mrs Melba Kel- instantly. London, Conn., May 14. The ex- o
and stock, to adjust his acreage added to individual tart shells and small Wallace.
amination Is to men
WANTS AID I-'OU II. OF F. open young 9
of cash crops as nearly aa and covered with whipped cream. Albert Grlffls and Eugene Grlffl TallahasseeGovernor Holland between the ages of 17 and 22.

possible In line with prevailing Serve at once. ? made a business trip to Waldo said today the University of The mental examinations are, In'''
supply and demand, to husband Jam Cup Cakes and Gainesville
Monday. general, those for entering :
"is to third ratestatus" necessary
', the resources of hIs soil and for- Ingredients: 1 cup sifted cake Knthrlnc, Christine. and De- I 1//
financial engineering colleges. Pay
unless its condition Do Your
f!*ta, and to employ the best approved flour, 1-4 cup sugar, 1 1-2 tea 1 Loris Galney spent lust Sunday is Improved by the Legis" of a cadet undergoing InstructionIs o Trading
methods on hIs farm. spoons baking powder, 1-4 teaspoon -
with their Mrs. E.
I grandmother
, "Sound management," Mr. salt, 1 teaspoon cocoa, 1 K, Lee of Bethel. lature. He agreed with Dr. J. J. $780 per year, plus an allow- where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are

d Spencer asserted, "Is operation of teaspoon cinnamon, 1-4 cup but- Tigers the University president, ance for subsistence. After given away with every $40 in trade

v the farm 00 that It will provide, ter, 1.4 cup milk, 1 egg, well- serve two tablespoons for topping. reported "progressive deteriora- graduation a cadet Is eligible fora or certificates.
.' from the land Itself, as much aa beaten, 1-2 teaspoon lemon extract Combine milk, egg, and flavoring, tion" has set In because of limited commission in the Coast Guard Are Redeemed

possible of the food and other: 1-2 cup strawberry jam, and add to remaining flourbuttermixture finances that required low sal- as ensign. Information may be If SMITH'S GARAGE
rdl necessities needed on the farm,! and 2 tablespoons finely chopped beating only enough to aries and heavy work for Instructors obtained from the Commandant.U. YouC Choose
in addition to lack of ade- S. Coast Guard, Washington, STARKE FLORIDA
?S and cash crops that may be sold pecans. dampen flour. Fold in jam. ,
profitably, not produced at a1011II. Sift flour once, measure, add Turn Into greased two-Inch muf- quate buildings, library facilitiesand t D. C.

t ." sugar, baking powder, cocoa, and fin pans, filling them 2-3 full. other requirements.
cinnamon, and sift together three Add nuts to reserved crumbs and
Rent "For Rent," lOc each. tunes.. Cut In butter with pastry sprinkle over cakes.! Bake In slow GOVERNOR RUSHED

Bradford County Telegraph, blender or two knives until mix oven ((325 degrees F.) 35 to 40 Tallahasnee,-Governor Holland, hands
' Starke. ture resembles coarse meal; re- minutes. Yield: 12 cup cakes. Pressed for time In preparing the When busy
, > State's biennial budget for the
--------- h
Legislature, announced today that 9
he would limit appointments at fired. and
his office to three days a week, get pause
"GUESS IT WILL HAVE TO BE ONE OF with no appointment before 10 t

A. M. He will receive visitors
t Wednesday Thursday, and Friday
Monday' and Saturday will 75?

be taken with office matters and
correspondence! .; Tuesday will be
occupied with sessions of various

State, boards.GOES .


Tallahassee."";'Governor Holland
"ordered sheriffs Volusla. Brow- V yy,_ tI

:' ard and Charlot.te,,counties to ar-
test slot machine operators and to

give him an Immediate: report"on

their activities. "Reports to Y r
this' office Indicate open opera- \$

tions of slot machines being permitted -

in Voluala County," the R
Governor telegraphed Sheriff S. Y
dw. 114 Tft. OLDSMOBILE I Stone of DeLand. Identical

I telegrams were sent to Sheriff h

IS LOW-PRICED I Walter Clark at Fort Lauderdaleand a
Sheriff Fred Quednau at
Punta Corda.
L ,> t .

:: SISSIONTallahasseeProposal: for a

:i one day special session of the

Legislature to enact old age pen-
sion laws were rejected by Cow
,,t, Olds prices begin at $853 ernor Holland "who declared he

t for Special Six Business would not be a party to "hasty"IIctlon kSi
Coupe. Sedan prices start at
Involving"the use of ar-
$898,.delivered at Lansing,
bitrary tactics.1 In addition
rIc; Mich. State tax, optional
kk --W; equipment and accesso said that legislative consideration 'p .kr.ft

Np Has-extra. Prices subject of bills vetoed by Governor
-' to change without notice. Fred P. Cone in 1939 might pro-
r ; duce heated debate that would
a ( aalaa.t. "In all A.t .
1886886 I.e *1 probability largely destroy
the opportunltyvto. work out vital

problems harmoniously In the
4'W 1041 regular session" beginning Y.
April 8.PARKING. V rid'THI M Ml 7St
0 6

Tampa-Two hundred and
MORE YOU GET 11 itt) "Why should vre be con- HYDRA.-MATIC DRIVE ninety-five parking meters have

100.HORSEPOWER 6CYLiNtentwitlloneofthelowestpriced Hydra-Made: ..*... half been put Into operation In down-
DEK KCONO-NASTER ENGINE three when Olds is low?"
priced so th..Qort of hat .
driving town Tampa and others will be
11.-INCH WHFELHASB BIGFor it's a fact-the big quality- cauaa th.r.'. no clutch ready for Take a minute to relax,and things smoother.
, { GER, ROOMIER FISHER: BODY built Oldsmobile Special costs only pushing or manu.Ia.rNEW use as they are installed go -
9 INTERIOR LUXURY a few dollars more than deluxe .bUtln,. Yon lava until 594 are In operation.
4 COIL-SPRING RHYTHMIC models of lowest-priced cars-but plant on ,..olin., tool., The City Board of Representatives Icecold'CocaCola adds refreshment to
L tfl RIDS FAMOUS OLDS QUAU there's a whale of a big difference JVO CJJTTCaTO ordered the Police Depart-,

G'' THROUGHOUT in what you get. Come in and seel TO PRJfsa DWa" ment to start, ,requiring use of: relaxation. Its clean, wholesome taste has
*Optional al "lraC1 the machines in spaces where I mAFEB

T11E CA they have been,ln talJed. Whenall I the charm of I
\ purity. So when! i
are la, motorists will have to you pause j

\ QLDsMoR pay five cents for an hour's park-
t't''Y' ;
.r..r ah4- .,S Ing .throughout Twelve-minuteparking the downtownarea. for throughout the day, make it the pause that ',t. '..y, '

one cent will be possible In the 'refreshes with Ice-cold CocoCola.BOTTLED T.,
metered territory south of Zack

Torode Street. The meters will be In
Chevrolet Co. operation from 8 A. M.. to 6 P.

Star! from 8 A. M.. to 9 p, M., on Sat-
Florida STARKE


FEB 141941


wftos. ,. true Christian name Is nn- (El' of NK'A Lnf One (I,1 14. 18, J.' IS, 19, 20. of Block Six: Quart.ir. (HKyi MW%) and 9- .
Known, and huui.artd1 T. V CASH-! l'hO'e (3), anti Four ((4) of trot (VI) I X acr".. In H"uth.a..tCora.r. *f
r- AROUND LAWTEYWith EN. ANN1K M. CLAYTON and hu". I tlonal South half (S'.i' ). In Ht''' All Hlock Northeast Quartor, of Honthi...*t

lend H.'. CLAYTON.: MAJOR 5.1 linn Twenty-suven (Il), Town- LOIH' ....- CIO Sevnn (VII&x..ept h. Quarter (NEW of SWfci) In 8_- tl l \
( Eleven
'i-i. HAYES. CHRISTIE .\. 1)0(3.1 shin Six (5) South' ltnlage'Dwrnty.. (1 Nine ,
'rw.nty. -(our (*4). Townhl
(l Ia) and
Ruby Moore Twenty-one : l1nl
and hll '
h..nd. CHARLES I one 131): I Kast.West '
Lota ((8' South, w.nty-
HOOL1TTLW. "SAMUEL f'. IANi.I, One (1)I )I. Two ( and Four Ian. '
(8)i '
W. U. LANi1. CHAKLKS HOHKHTS: Throe-fourths of North half (4) nf Hlock Eight iii). .(21) Ya"t. ','
of Northeast Quarter (W 8-4 of I.ole Two \ One (1). (2), t
J. H. (2). Three (3). and
Tu Graduate Carter expect to remain In Law- George, accompanied! E. J. Roberts -I PITTS t"'. I. ?MpCALL, TII JOHN>MA8 Mc.I W. N'4 of NEVi) and Northeast Quarter Four (4> of Hlock Nine (IX). 1..llo..k.). Four (4)), (5), :','

h't.'D Joxerci ell ley for the 'winter season ,!I 11A1I. ARCHIBALD JOHNS. FRANJC1S of Northwest Quarter tNE'4: Lots Two (2): ) and Four (4) of Eleven III, Twelve (12), .Itixteec .
'encnt to Jacksonville Beach Tuesday ofVt; .> and South three-quarters Rliu'k :
( ), !M. ANDREWS. MARY C. Ten (X). (!&), Seventeen ( Klbte
A (1.
Junior 111gb Miss Mary Edwards of Jack- afternoon where Mr. Roberts -I BROWN M1LLARD .... RROWN (H S-4) except about Three acres Lnt Two (2) and Four ((4) of ( Iii). Nineteen (ID) al Block ,
Lnwtey the I SOPHIA In Southeast corner hake. ), In Hlock Eleven (XI). Tw*nty-ono, except BZ** ,
for COATKS .
lon exercises sonville spent the week-end with expects to spend some time! : TIROWN, Section Twentv-elfcht (S$) Township l Tea
N. P. WYNN. RORRUT: *>te Two (2) and Four (4) of (T). i'.lprht (8). Nine (n. .
P traders of Lawtey Junior her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. with his son, Dr. Earle Roberts j FRANK S.' HODSON JOSEPH WARREN II SI six South' Jiang Twenty-. Hlufk Twelve (XII). ( tt)), Eleven (II O.) Twlvj UJK
one ( ) East f3
Lota ( ),
J WAUIIRN J. W1NF1ELD. Two (2) and Four ((4) of and all BlockS Twenty-two
Sunday PALMER.
/School will begin Edwards. Z. J. .Roberts of Hastings was MARTHA E. PRTUOKRS. WILLIAM" I South Quarter (SW) of Section muck Thirteen (XIII). Twenty-three (23)), Tw.ntY-four

16th. when the Bac- Alvin the guest Sunday of E. J. Rob- MAXCEY PRRK. JOHN L. UASKINS. Twenty.nln.II\ )) Township Six Lots Two ((2), Four (4), Six 1(1). 24). Twnty-flv (36), Twenty-
ruary Lewis small son of Mr. (&) HIUlh, Hans Twenty-on I' I ( ) Ten (10), Iv. six (24) T nty-Bjven <3T).
held In the 1IORTIIIIF:10.. LEWIS tbt \:
Service Is erts. ( Wlock. nX'V) Twenty-I *
ureate and Mrs. A. M. Lewis Is conval- JOSEPH: I'. McCt'LLKY. J. T. WOL.FEN (21) Kast. Fourteen (18. Twntjrlj
school at 7:30 W"t Lota One U). Two ((2). Four (29). Thirty (SO) ,
of the DEN, J. M. WOLFENPEN half of Northwest Quarter (4), (8)
fltoriuxA escing in St. Vincent's Congratulations! Mr. and Mrs. : I
Hospital .
((6) Eight .
< HERHBRT WOLFKNPEN!!: J. C. "VU of NWVi and East half of (8), Nine (9), Ten Thlrty-two TVlrt-.I. '
where he was taken early last Melvin B. Futch announce the arrival ., J. n. PRICE. J. B Southeast Quarter. 1II qf SE!%) (IO), Eleven (II), and Twelve Thirty.eeven 37), 1k.Shores ..

hfe; following program has been week when stricken with pneumonia of a baby boy. Robert Terry PRICE husband.RAJ.l, H. F.. LANE: PRICE! PRICK KII.KY and except Corner, HH In acre Section I n Thirty-two Southeast. All(II)of of Hlock Block! Sixteen Fifteen (XVI(XV)).. (34) and, In Twenty-ftv Section Tentou.

anged: following an attack of flu. Futch, born Tuesday January MOORE DANIEL PYAL. THOMAS! Township Six (I) South nans;. All Lots One 11), Two (I), SD| A ship Mix (5) South, EangeTw. *.ty. i
of G r adripture and M of Lot Four (4); Lot Five one (31) Kast
CRAWFORD ERVIN Twenty-one (31) Bant.Lots .
Ional.March JOIINS.
oce8 Mrs. Fay Reed, (nee Elizabeth 14th. 1941. O WAINWRIOHT. J. H. MARY (45), HID( A of Lot Six ( Lots Nest Tn (IS) acre of Lot T r_
d. Phillips), has returned to Macon The Lawtey P.-T. A. Supper MARY C. THOMAS. ROHKRT A! I. 4.) ,and Two.Northwest Three, Four Quarter(I, lOa tie and West halt Lots 48), b.ln.the Northeast Qn >r *r ., ,.
A. .
R. C, I) F ,, NBH of I
l .
of (
reading. JONES H C. TOWN8ENP, AARON (N'Ph") and \ .ndt\1'.t"\ n"otnl Quarter
Ga. after > Southwest Nineteen
spending a week with ; Quarter Lots h .
of *
P. HMiTH NW ) In Section
Friday evening 7th also %
February known Tw.nt-t.
Flnlandla- wasa as A. P. (SV511)\ of Northwest" Quarter
( Lot
song of Peace" her parents, Mr. and Mrs. o. J. SMITH, C. M PHILLIPS!,, J. W. (NW%) of Section Thirty-three Seventeen Twenty-one( .(21)) of Ulock (25)7 Township Hlx Sa..
Glee Club. great success. This was the HARnl A. PYAL FRANK (XVII) Ranir Twnty-on (II) Ba I
tue. by the Phillips. FLORIDA HART., JONES, <8S), Township MIX tftJ South, tote Three II). Five (5) and) Six: Northwest Quarter of HouthwsatQuarter t

Commencement Sermon the Mrs. final get-together meeting of the hu..hAnd. OEORQE. Joined I>. by HART her Range Twenty-on (II) East. (C) of Block Eighteen (XVIII). INWof SW%) In fltlon **- I r
Hazzard of Grace Robert Campbell.. Mrs. J. DAVIP hOWELL, THOMAS DYAI All fractional Section Thirty-five Lot On. (1), Two tU Four (4)( Thlrty-thre (II). TowuhlHlx '
Herbert P. Wyrick Mrs. T. J. Terry and year, when all the members! were NEWNAN C. WAINWRHHIT. MRS (35). Township Six (I) South, Five (ft) and Six (8)), Block Nine- $ (I) South, Range Twnty-o* "

tbodlst Church. Mrs. Lee Enfield attended asked to bring a "covered K. H. DREW, whose true Christian Range Twenty.on (21) East teen CXIX). (31) East ,
dish lots
a book Northeast Quarter of North."t9uarter One (1). Three (S.J.Jl'lv..
with name Is
Head. ( of Houthwent
unknown. Joined
l'L1t Up Your Glee study class conducted by Mrs. and 33: husbands and friends were husband. K. II. PHEW, by APPlE her Fractional(NK Northwest'4 of NRH and (5)(XX and). Six: : (8) of Illock Twentylocka South ter of Quarter Northeast. Quarter (8\Qua. ;
by Quarter of
word8)-Lorenz) .
)C8I Bussey of McLITCAS. I.UCY HWV4 ot NEV4)
Montgomery. Ala., at Invited to attend. Pt'PREE. MINNIE Northnast Quarter (N W \4 of Twenty.six U8), Twenty Seven
PRICE B\itS. (6) Township
NE and Satl
Pine Grove Monday. The book The CLEM Hin.PINO and husband. H) Fractional Northwest nit, (19)) Thirty (30). Thirty-one Range Twenty-on ( (1
b.On Tuesday evening. February many friends of ArthurGriff CLHM H. Quarter (NWIRn.l) all Month (81), Thirty-two (.12). ThIrty.three Northeast Quarter It ) ...
under discussion being "The Trail r 'krWNfC'lTlllil half (Sli) North of A. (11\
J.I M. L
la : : It. 11., .
o'clock the following will regret to learn! that PRICK, MAM1K (31), Thirty-four (14). West half nf .. rtrWH
In Section 1
lii at 7'30: the Seed." MORTON Thirty.six (36), Township Thirty.flv (J5) Thlrlv... '
of he Is and hushnml. __._ .. (35) ( of NW%) and Northwest ,
;:the, grad- still confined to his home six (11\ South RUIIK, Twenty Thirty-seven k7)
will conclude HORTON IIRNAN C. WYNN, (ORO ( Thtrty-vlirht Quarter c. t Southwest Qn.r**r
-gram A miscellaneous' '' siiower is being i because of Illness.Dr. K.; PACK and wife, 1.1 itS. ORORCII1 onu (21) East. (3$). and Thlrty-nlne! (39). CN\Vt. ot a.nd Southeast

[lion services: held for Mrs. Dill E. PACE, whose (true Chrlstlini, All Fractional Section except All Hlock Forty-throe (43), South of tW"t ". QuartrHE
'rocelona1..alutatorYJeWeui. Plummer and Mrs. G. Wilmot Brown name ,Is unknown; II. J. MILLIUAN North Quarter of Northeast. Quarter of S. A. U Railway. ( :\ ..f SWU) and Northwest ,
Griffis. Friday, February 14th a t the and children 1 T. .1. ALDERMAN! W. C. COLLINS\ 1 NV4 of NE'A' ) of A..l'lIon'n.. North half of Southeast Quarter Quarter of Southeast Quarter
home of Mrs. Robert Billy and Betty, of'I JOHN PEACOCK AI' Ar.oll' THO ( ]U. Township Sewn (1) South (N>4 of SBVi except ten (10) ( NWV4! of SE%) In VePtlnn Nl..

"Ah! Lovely Meadows"byt Campbelland Tallahassee, were week-end guestsof MAS, EDWARD PICKKRSON\ Itnnire Twenty-one (21)i East. acres In Southeast. ,corner! and, I IH). Township Seven (7 Sosti
numerous friends have received Dr. and :Mrs. G.V. 11I.\ity' K. TRI'RY aol" husband J. All frartluiiHl Sut-tlon extent It. South Qnurtor. of Southeast Quar Hans Twenty-on (31) .
Club. invitations Brown.' :M. TlltUIY. HKSSIR:"' M 11 \ViS .anti, It. Right of Way Suction Two ter of "Southeast. Quarter ()4i\\to nf Northwest, Quarter of Southwest
[introduction of Speakers: -Pro- for this oc Mrs. J. T. Moore and son George I hll..hltlldV.. .M:. DAVIS: FLORIN, L. (21), Tuwnshlp Seven 17) Smith HIS 14 of SICM) In Section Five (UK Quarter INWM of HW') In rltloii **-
casion. Mr. and Mrs. Plummer Brown Moore I JONRS. PIKRRB HKIINAItP.: Rnniro Twenty-nil. 12N.! ...... Township Suven ((7) South ICantfe Fourteen ((1 4), ToWnshipI4evet
Lop I. B. Cody.Adtlres8.A. (nee Idalee Cone accompanied themto I III YEN: E HKRNAttlt, CLARK I* All Fractiotml I Section exi-eut. n.1 _Twenty-one. (SI I ) IJast.Northeast : ((7) Houth. Itenge Tw.nty-
) were married Tallahassee .JORl" tN R Right of Way, of Si-ctlon (
J. Thomas. when! they returned .1 MARTHA :::WK :I'I. ELIZAHETII of (tile (31) East.
during the Christmas holidays.Mr. I : II PRKWCOTT. H .1. TowtiHhlp Seven ((7) South, Mauve. Quarter Northeast Hnuth half nf Northwest Quarterof
Quarter >'
Ivaledictory Kvelyn Edwards. home Sunday. NHin of NK > and
> Twenty-one
I J IU': H. C. (21) East. :: :
I'(1TT. IIRlllllT. I. M. (S% .f
Soutbwest I Quarter
:Mrs. Quarter of
and Paul Northeast
to School. Moore of I )t.1iNAiE. II. {'. 1LTA All Southeast Quarter (SEVi! lyIIIK Norihol..t
Fmsentatlon of gift Lit, H II. QUltrl.IWfo/ of NIO ) and East NW>4 of NEW) and North half .<
Baldwin THOMAS!' It I. FARRKLU: South of H. A. I. Hy., xrept. %
with flEOKOH
spent Sunday Mr. hair of Southwest. of Northeast ,
Southeast Quarter j
of QUlLI.t..riJ of
presentation diplomas. Surprise Valentine's Day STONE WILEY ItOPIKRHON.' J. Mm. Josephine Hall four acr..". r
of BW NBVill
: Quarter *
5104) and all
and Mrs. J. H. Moore. In Northwest Quarter
I Recessional. means Happy Birthday to Barbara I'. MURPHY.; HYVAN.VAII PISESCOTT :/ Suction Four (4)), Tewnshlp (NW 4, ) South of. llrmifh In Sec and Southwest Quarter of North'West 1
'. !Seven:: (7) South, Itauir "
Mrs. Joe L. Harrell has been J. ( RAULRUHON: Wit, Twenty linn EIght Township (RWU of NWH) of :
from Lawtey Moore on. (31) East. Seven Qunrte .
ThoSe graduating daughter of Mr. LIAM: CROSBY. JACOII JOHNS (7) (If). Township
( South Runve
Inter High School are: appointed temporary postmistress and Mrs. W. Fred Moore. WILLIAM C. TOUNO. and wife, South(! of half of Southwest Quarter. (II) Bast.Northeast. Twenty-one Seven. ti)tlxt..n Ilanc Twenty
I.1XXIH. SMj SWVt except three
of the YOtTNO. MA11Y KACH acre
poatofflce to on (21) Ea.t.NnrthAA.t ,
succeed *
1 Evelyn Edwards Valedictorian; Happy Birthday Elizabeth RLHOFER:: WILLIAM O. YANCY, In Northwest corner and five Quarter of Northwest
Salutatorlan R. R. R. Thede retiring post- Griffis! few FANNIE:: Stt&INER, FREDERICK acres In Southwest andexcspt Quarter (NB<* of NWV,) of "Sec-' Quarter of Northwest j. ,
well Griff Is. ; master until the A days late In our C. CRASS HAMUKL A. BWANN. It. all of West arrronr"oa tlon Nine (8) Township Seven. ((7) Quarter (NEM of NWV4) In fteotlon -

Moaley. Robert: Plummer, appointment of greeting but we hope you hada H. HICKS, RDWARD L. McCARTY wnst Quarter. of Southwest. Quarter South, Hang Twenty-one ((21) Twentytwo 22), Townhl
Bennett the new postmaster.Mr. and wife., ELIZABEth McCARTY. of Bouthwest Quarter. rvln Rosier Hiram very nice eleventh birthday.CONGRAT11LATIONSI of All ) .
and Mrs. JOSEPH M. ALVAREZ J. M. NWVi of HWU of HWV Bout half of Northwest
meo Prescott Louise Marr.yrtle H. Edwards, Mr. KACHELHOFER, IDA A. CHAin of Railway, In Section: Four. (4) Quarter (NH, of NWV4)\ and all YOU AND EACH OF. TOW,
King Mrs.:J. T. Witt,.Mrs, J. H. Moore WILLIAM I'NDERHIM: N. II. Township Seven (7) South, Itance North half of Southeast Quarter whether known or unknown are '
Johns, Clarence .and Mrs. J. H. ,Moore on the HITIJ Twenty-on (31) Kast. of Northwest Quarter
Mr. and Mra. David KATE LIVINGSTON, p. I. (NH of hereby notified that a suit Ka
anlta Prevatt, George Shufordd W. Moore celebration of your 49th wed. AMES OEOROE A. MARCOTTE:, Northeast Quarter ot Southwest SEof\\ NWU), North of U B. A been brought agaInst you In lbs' '
and daughters Miss Caroline and ARCHIE: N. MAHCOTTE. AlPHONSE .- Quarter (NE!%" of $8WK and East F. Hy., In Section. T"n0), Town Circuit Court of Bradford County,
I Floyd Rosier. Moore ding Anniversary. And 'Happy MARCOTTB, OKCROB: <'. half I of Northwest Quarter of ship Seven. (7) Houth. Ih.".... Florida, In Chancery, by W. II.
Betty were shopping In Birthday" also to Mr. Moore KRUSE: LeROY M. rilRKCK: and Southwest Quarter (EIII of NW4 Twenty-on (SI) l a.t. Smith that the nature of said unit
I. S. C. S. Mt'ets Jacksonville Saturday.J. wife, BLANCHE I,. P R E ECB' of aW\4) In Section< Four (4). Northeast Quarter of Northeast IN to quiet and confirm plaintiff
IU>nnett whose birthday follows his LAITRA A. DAUHER!: LENA V. Tuwnshlp Seven (7) South Range Quarter (NBU'\ of NB<4) In Seotlon title to the' land above described;
fith MIS. Mary H. Tatum and Mr Nancy wedding anniversary.TO HlnnAIU). ALVIN A. AnCIJABof.nEAI'LT Twentv-one (SI) Bust .Eleven (f II I ), Township Seven and you are hereby required to file
jThe Women's Society of Chrlsm Perry of DeLand were guests Lots Two (2) and Three (8), orNorihw..st (7) South Ranite Twenty-ore wllh the Clerk of said Court In hi.l! Is
Quarter ( Lot (21) Bust.Ntrilt
NWW; office ntark Ilradforil
at ,
| Service met Tuesday after Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and a widow. SIMON ITClI.O\V. JAMl'i4: Cuont"
CITIZENS I or all fractional West half of Quarter (N4)! nnd North "Florida your written
H>In at the home of Mrs. Mary Mrs. G. W. Roberts. OF LAWTEYThe : S.THKOHHILI'S hAl: I.EY. .1''t., JOHV LOVHLV'i: !Northeast Quarter: (\VMi': of NIO%) half of Southwest( Quarter of personal or hy .a.p..r..q tk.
CHAPMAN, Wll- lying North und West of C.rneilISIreet N"rth..t11111'1..1'.
Starke NW, of HW'4 first Monday In March A. D. 1(41.
I nnett with Miss Catherine Nelson Blocker of Lakeland Dry & i, LIAM J. JON'ES, THOMAS, /. ROII. accolillnit to plat of Samp of NIO"' ) anil North half of 1II01lih Rising the third. day of said monlk,

.ung assisting as co-hostcsa. was the week-end of Mr. Laundry wishes to announce to IERTH. CLKO: DINKINS, heir, Ht sun ('it V. In Section\ Four ((4). hltlf.., Northwest Quarter (N'4' anti thereafter to file with sold
guest I 1 law ot H. I ,- Tuwnshlp Seven (7) South Itatiaie'l'wetyone of H4 nf NWV) In Suctlnn Twelve I '
its VtOlWlkll1.i"'FJi : written "" If
patrons in this : i "IIt" your
The meeting was opened by and Mrs. L. H. liii!. Mr. Blocker community that .101 IN F. Y. (21)I Haul.ALSO ((12). Tuwnsblp Hewn (7) Suiith, Any the bill of complaint I la

,11 I. It. Cody acting president, Is in the Forestry Service In the Robt. Green: Is no longer connected POUTER. T.KnN: : LITKI.LIIR): J. : : Commence al center of O. RuiiK-e Twenty-oim (21)) Bunt.) ..alI suit. al the time ;
I I K. ORAVES, JOHN PRKI i I"'::1'H: : S. & F. Ry. I truck opposite mile Null, beast Quarter. of Null beastQtiuiter law. Ire..Irllel 1
[icling the 15th Psalm. A busl- Lakeland district.Mis. with I or authorized to M.: IIINCKLK, 1. i L LWACII: WALTER pnst tntuked 244 (toni Muioiiand t (NK i:>) nt NBVi).. ) und
followed during I solicit laundry or dry cleaning 1 HOI1KRTHON.: : F. It. MORdAM: 41 I from i's iiitka and run Nu"IIt"a.t Qinirlvr( of SuuthnastQiiartir If'r.ln f,1 not or judirsnatwill
meeting : F
3 U. Carradlne nnd! Mr. 1 .W A !BAYS/ *\V P.1. PAItKKR Ihelr elilred aw"I."t you by d.-
Kast on said railway rack 127 (NK'4 of Sl<:\ In Seotlun -
| .ich time the annual election and Mrs. Howard Curtis had an for this establishment. As It resin-i-tlve unknown:: heirs' nt rI' feet, South' (R3 r..ot. 'In point of ::: Hiv, ,nlun ( 1 7 1\.DTI;): n I tuult.Th.* Ilradfurd, County Tel
will be loKutevri d kvlHe' ,', irralitet's HH- li.'KlniilMK t thenra Smith 1127 feet Seven (7) ,
officers was held. Mrs. Cold I Impossible to put a representative C'! South lUntfo Twenty a. nf '
enjoyable trip to :MarlnelandTucaday. .
i i lHrni.; II HOflKRS: COMPANY I ,West 7X4 feet, North Oil fi>et to one (21) Bust.South \W"pop. "n..r.l IU.r.
fm elected president, Mrs. G. W.uung here at an early date! .1V. ANDREWS: "SON It. <). S A. I.,, Hallway, thonce North hair of North half of North- "imbllMheil Ida In htrtl County \
those who wish to continue 'ICAHSKLLH I : A (I. fASSELS: R. It. 71 dcKfees Kast: alouK right of wi-st Qiuirtrr (/Hid of N', of Is herrhy ileslsrnuled' s.e *
Mrs. A. .
< let vice-president Mrs. Emma "ICAHSELS In which thIs nolle
Adams a residentof trading mill doing ittisi. way 107 feet I thonce, 4H2 fv...t to NWU) utKl Hdiithwvst Qiuirler", of n"wIIlL.r t
Harley. 2nd vice-president, Lawtey many years ago, returned service by bringing your laundryand noes as the firm of R. U CASSKLSSONS point of "beginning, Itt Suction N"rlhw"t", Qtu3rierV, '!, of four' .. .III"be" week once a week for t. '4

Irs. Hal Edwards, Secretary, and to visit dry cleaning to the plant ; : ICO; !MONKOE' VENAIILKi: Four (U. Township Seven (7)) NW'I) .and Joulhw..t Quurtor said third day ot March prior, A. D. r
friends Sunday W. .1. JONES: AND W. 1'. ItollKItTH.: Smith ItunuH Twenty-Una ((3 I) <) In A), Town-. j
jrg. Hermie Kelley Treasurer. afternoon.Mrs. will be allowed 20 percent dis. trading anti dnliiK business, as N..t.And. ...hll'I..n/ ( South, Itumru 11)41.WITNICHH
count. VKVAHLE-JONKS: & COMPANY) lie following Luis and Twenty-two (22) Bast.Northwest : my hand and the seal
During the social hour coffee Louis Zacchlo of New THE 8TRAHEL WILKRN: COSI.PANY Ulocks In Sampsun City, Flmlila' Quarter of NorthweslQuarter of said 'ourt at Htarke, Itradfonl

i:d ginger bread topped with York City is the guest of her -Junius M. Smith, Owner. : J. M. TRUUY anil J. A. as per pint recorded. In I the puMlorncoids NW/ of NWV. ) In Suetlon County, Florida, on thIs 30th day
HOWE: \, cn-partnefH tradIng nmlilolntt of Hrailfonl County, KlurIda Seven (7), Township Seven of January, A. ). 1941.,
J hipped cream were served. The husband L. Zacchlo, a resident of OKDKH OP ---- business., as TUU11Y & hOWE; ; ((7)) Houth. flange Twenty-two (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas 4 ,.

coratlons were carried out in Lawtey. who is In 1'Uflf.lCAT1O'N'l't'i' N. J. JONES: and W. H HAYNRS: All of Illock Five (V). ((2S) East, Clerk of Circuit Court ZJradfor* lit
employed the \ Tu API' :AH partners lro"lnlItnd doIng bus)- Lots 0.... Ten (10), lIe, 12, lIe. Southesst Quarter, of Southwest County, Florida. 1-31 61 IIl'THE
\\'d 1 and white and Valentines Pay Master's Division of Star- TI1R STATE OF KJ.OHir to, ness as W. II HAYNIOS COMPANY,
Lena ZJdllcky, whose residence la .
I their respertlve unknown heirs at
ore given as favors. rett Bros at Camp Bland'lng.Mrs. unknown: You are notified. that law, leKatees, dev Isues, KTrnnteen,

The next meeting Februaryth G. W Roberts and son MH of complaint for divorce and MI'eNsr., or asslsrns: CHART.KM: T.MURDOCH .
: ;
due affidavit fur thin order has I.. M LAWHOV and
to be at the home of Mra.B linen filed In Circuit C'uurt of Tlrnd- .1. A. LANOKKHKIZKN, Trusties
IT.:! ...' rmri'iTOIIIT I' ii .t ford County Florida In whereIn
race -
'i'i in KK.HTII ""UII'L ('111. Kinunucl .JoHfph) Zldllcky Is OAOR COMPANY LTD EVA 11. All Cars
('I'l'i' ftV. FI.fIUUI' A.N IIKOIl plaintiff! and Lena. Zldllcky I. de Buyer But
M. (T. Meets At ParsonageIth Hit I BOlfl. Trustee; JOIIW I. OAB-
lilt AI>KOHU' ('ot'N'n. I\ fendant, and you are hereby re- KINS. Trustee for Htarke. and ReferenceButII
1\11'1Io. Enfield hostess CHANfKIIY.Frank iiulred to appear In laid l cause on Sampson City lutllroail, Company: Je

The Women's; Missionary Union Ft. DeMott, the 3rd day of March IV41. llrad- their respective unknown .,successors
Plaintiff ford County Telegraph IH deMlffnnted and assIgns; IUIEVARD PROPRK-
bet Thursday, February 6th. ate -vs. DIVOUCK an the newspaper In which TIES. INC., a dissolved! Florida '
Winifred PeMott. this order shall b.. published oncea ...corporation ATLANTIC LUMREll:
Baptist Parsonage with Mrs. Defendant.OltDKH week for four ron"ecullve week. COMPANY a dissolved Florida

ce Enfield as hostess. The meetg TO APPKATl prior to mid return late. Witness Corporation EMPIRE HTM1IHR
THE STATE OF FLOIUUA; my hand and official Heal at COMPANY, a dissolved Florida cor. ; ISII1CKS
was opened with a devotional TO: Winifred PeMott Htarke, Florida thin 29th day of poratlon FLORIDA LAND AND

ailing. Minutes of the previous Kenldence Unknown.It January, 1941. IMMIGRATION COMPANY. a dls.solved .
Is hereby ordered that you are (OPFICIAIj SEAL) A. J. Thomas i Florida corporation FLORIDA
eetlng were read and a short required to appear. on the 3rd day Clerk of Circuit Court of tIred ford RAILROAD COMPANY., a dls. HEVOLET

fastness session ensued, followed of March, 1941. before the above. County, Florida. 1-11 4t 8-21 solved Florida. corporation. ; FtRAD- I Ih
entitled Court to the 11111 of Complaint FORD COUNTY KI.OPMENT: : !: /
Y' a social hour. Eleven mem- filed against In the .
you COMPANY a dissolved Florida. corporation
[ITS were present and Mrs. G. above entitled cause, and "The iv TIIIruiri'rr foUllY OF Tim FLORIDA. MI'CK LAND for for Road Action with
Styling I
Bradford CountyTelegraph" I I.. RIUHTII .JI'I""" I I. ClfiriTIT IV COMPANY n dissolved Florida corporation (
Brown was a guest at the, hereby designated, an the newspaper .'%IJ FOil IIIIAI POIII) COUNTY. ; AMHI.IOIl LUMI1ER COM.

eellng. Delightful refreshments In which this order shallbe KI.OIIIII4.' IN' t'lIArcEIII'Eloise I'ANY, a dissolved Florida, corporation -
published once a week for four 1 Watts Ferris, : ATLANTIC HIIWANNKM:
r homemade ice cream and (4) consecutive weeks.WITNKMS I Plaintiff RIVER. & OULH1. RAILWAY COM.

| ilnty cookies served the Honprnble A. Z. -VABethel "'.\NY. a dissolved Florida. ror-
sugar were
AdklriH, us Judge of this Court Richardson Ferris., Jr. iiorallon; MACON CONSTRUCTION 4
The next meeting to be held nnd the Seal of thin Court In the Tiefendant.NOTICR COMPANY, a dissolved 1 Ueorstln curporatlon -
of Htarke. Ilradford T() KFRNDANTIV ':
february ;
20th at 3:00: P. M. ate Florida. thin 29th day of January. JHH": NAME OK TIIR STATE BANK, a dissolved Flf>rlda, porporatlon ,
PI. church 1941 op }'LORIDA, onEKTiNoa: HAWTHORNE STATE HANK,
(OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas TO: Uethnl. Klch r Pr. George Farrar To Preach Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford whose addrenH I IK, General Delivery. HANK OF HTARKE a dissolvedFlorida .1"
County Florida. Uenricetown, H. C. corporation: MERCHANTSA
rt Grace Methodist Lloyd II'......, You are hereby notified that a FARMERS HANK a dissolvedcorporation

Dr. George Farrar of the En- Attorney for Plaintiff, hill of complaint has been filed.I ; and the NATIONAL
Jacksonville. Florida. 1-Sl 4t 2-31 atralnnt" you in the ah..". and fore-, HANK OF HT. PMTEIISHURO: a
irprige Orphan's Home at Ben- goIng\ eau e In chancery. I dissolved' corporation and all tin- ,

"n' Springs will conduct a series IN Tll: CIIUTI'I' COI'HT. RlnilTIIjiitini. You are to further notified written an"ord..r..d I r known persons or parties whether. t. itI. 'I' -
enter your natural. corporal or municipal %'
t '
If .'lIlrl'IT OK 'I.nll- a .
Moving Pictures of the Or- appearance to mild bill of complaint -, claiming any Interest u"I"r or
IN ANII Foil lilt \FOIIH
In the office of the Clerkof
Ihunage 1 from said dissolved corporations or _
at :11:00: o'clock morn- : ;
COtXTVIN the Circuit Court In and for otherwise and all unknown
rg service rii"<*rRiiv saId county, either personally. 0..1 ; per. .1
Sunday. February sons or parties claiming any right, ., ,.'
|"th at Grace Methodist Church. I 8anllla Plaintiff M. Hurch rr.ly.tllrI"rct.n: the nr before lime beingthe the Rule: title lowlnit or described Interest In lands and situate to the, fol.ly. ,/4, V *' '' ''' .

.m. D. -vsKmmltt- 3rd day of Maid month A. D. 1941,' InK and .belnir In Bradford County, If* fh only low.prt< 4 car with 90h.p. -
Uphhuw To Speak ; Burch.Defendant. nr to have a default entered. Bgulnnt Florida to.wltlNnrthw..t : I.

t Lawley Baptist Church you for failure to mo appear.It 'I y.tv4) in-H ad "Victory" Eriflln* |K cnly
f>ltl>KR OF 141.RVI'PNOTI'fi .: In further' ordered that this Quarter tit Bouthwestquarter
The Rev. Lee Enfield, Pastor TO APt'KAH notice he publIshed I In the Bradford I (N W'/. .'f 8W'4 of Action :- low-pri id emt wlfh x lu |Y* Body by Fl hr *jn*] m\l\ tr)
\ Fifteen (16), TownshIp Sis
r the The Stale of Florida: County Telegraph a n.w.-
Lawtey Baptist Church To Emmltt Burch. It. F. P. Dougr- paper of frencrAl. circulation rUb-1 (0) South J tan ice Twenty-on (21) plh fmHtt.i ''llttoii.h. Mr. I* 4fwr tfyilf( > 4>urac4l4; >ralj| a'

f."l9hea to announce that Wm. D. lall. Iphed In Bald County. of Hra.Jfnrlll East, contalnlriK' Forty (40) Acres. .nit pUr-V lt/f .all: other bi98 l- I :
of Southeast t d I
I'pshaw It f0rhereby ordered that you Olive ear h week for four conneru-i Northeast Quarter Hinj| V-Jr < tart ,
former Georgia Con- Nf.'" nf and South
< HEVi)
required to appear on the 3rd tlveveekn.. 1 Quarter i '
jre sman and "Dry" Candidate day of March A. D. 1911 before the Jmne. thla 29th day of January, I I lialf of Southeast Quarter (Mot 1T(
SKW' ) of Section HlXteen (M),
r entitled court to the bill of .\. I. 1941.OFFICIAl.. I
President above ,
:. In 1932 will speak I I complaint filed against. you In the ( .. flFJAI.A.. 3. Thomaa, Township HI* (6) South, Ranwre elusalts The U.S.A. hi.. given lie verdict on motor
I tZl
the Twenty-one ) Bust containing
| 11::00 o'clock morning ser- above entitled cause: and "Hradford Clerk Circuit Court. :I PRIiZ

,ceo Sunday, February 16th on County I"Kr.ph" In. herebydesignated In SolIcitor John J. llenderaon fur plaintiff I Ka<1-31|., 4t 2-21 ,: One Hundred Quarter,Twenty of(ISO SoutheastQuarter ) Acres.Northwest tilt 1(0( K car .' liven it unmistakably by atvarJln/t/ ,

lie subject: "America's Greatest I, which this ord as"r the.hall newspaper b* .published ,I Seventeen(NVS4 17)of .HK"4)Township: of Heclion HlxR 90 ChfrJlf sates letttltfnhlp over all other './f1jJ7j41tOCl

Battle." once a week for four consecutive iv TIf": Viit'iIT: roi-I T OH"K I ( Mouth Itanir Twenty-one (hi) IW '
makes nine the tail ubIri'ZIE.EsIR
1 of '
cars/or o/ ten
,, w..k. i.OK i it v iio: << I.' .iti ici t i,1 I Kast. contalnlnv Forty (40) A....... yean ,

The Revc and Mrs. Herbert Witness my band and the seal. ( 11111 Ii'. IM. tl> Poll ItlCMKIMII )- North half of Northeast QuarterN'4 w IO and now the U.S.A. U giving this some verdict
Starke, Florid. ;; ftfi/7.j7
of this court at ) (lit r'' IV III tMKIIt.W. : ( '[ of :NKV: a nil. SoutheastQunrter
have as their guests Mrs. thH ft day of January. A. 1) l 4l. II. fMITII.
I of Northwest Quarter again by showlnd cl r-cut preference for the
uS !
"Tie I OFFICIAl. sEAL) A..J. Thomas, Plaintiff 1 .
( of NW'4) and NortheastQuarter
FJ'encl"ot (SEV '
Brewster.. Y. >
id Clerk of the Circuit Court. IiO.VALD I... McKAY et alVK ., I of Southwest. Quarter Iu new Chevrolet for '411 I I 1L !

Mrs. Emily Carter of Bethel, 0 A. StePb..ns. IMalntlff. Attorney.t.244t )" : NE'4' of SWVt\ and South half. 5tl% '
onn. Mrs. French and Mrs.rmrriT 2Tllf1-.. ( / QUIKT TITLE of $Southwe Quarter NOTICE OF PITlJlJcATION- .
) and West half of Mouth-
v 'rile (.III-.O..T;: Foil NOTICB TO API-EAR west Quarter of Houtheast Quar. it11D MLI.I sin fl make your own eye It-try It.buy it teat of the new'Ch.nolt'O 41, '
: '
formr rou IV TOrAHI.YI: ..K PKKK and wife, W' of tiE' ), In
'"- ter ( 1. n
"Tii liT; EIr,4rIi JIDICItf. CIHnl .,TuB- nuJirrii OP" KI.OHIH Jiniti.VllT A.III"Oil MRS. CAKLYL.K PEEK whose true Section 4tw.nty-on. (21), Town.ship 1OQR1AMt we're convinced that you'l pick Chevrolet too. And get th ntin"No. ) I I110
OF .
FI.OflIfJ4 I Avu T1'1' f'hrl.tlan name I. unknown Rlx II) Houth Itanu
1"K HfttIoItI) COtIITY: 1:01: niifrtFoiiii 5203 Klmhank Avenue (ChlaaKO, II- Twnty-on <21) East, containing I car-value a* a r.aul I Pieces see your nearest Chevrolet
rll'\ :: .
( '' HY. (-H\!S'Elt: Y. C'HAHMSY HAHMO.V and
llnole .
: Two Hundred Sl .ty {2 8 0> Acrs. swn'
Mnude Hancock. Isidore Ijippln. wife MRS. CHARLKY HAHMO.V Southwest, Quarter of Northwest hi fl dealer. today t

_Plalntln.VB ...Plaintiff, DIVORCE whose true CbrUtlan name In un Quarter SW'A\ of NW%) and II I
: DIVORCE known. of Wmtnn neorsrla: Miol.OKltTIttDE .
North half of Southwest Quarter ,
iv.. Lappln.Defendant..
Hancock. Claire NICKI..IoIO-l: and hue-
(N>4 of HWK) and Southeast
Defendant. bund. ___ NICKOI.$4)S nl f Southeast '
APPRAR Quarter 0 Qu.rlerKI'J ;;
Ha OFHHn TO APPFAR OUDKR OF TO FLORIDA (f'nlumbu. n..or..la; L.MAUJ. ] HAil. ( % tof fil':',.) In ttfrtton Twenty- NASAU7jJffFIATvHs\ tne/r- :

ll: Ira RTATB OK FI ORIDA TUB Cisire STATE Lapplll.I MoN: and wife. JoIIS. L9iMMIIt tw.. (22), Township Six (8)) South I a I .

W. Hancock,. TO: Walia(' ....nu.. nrnnx. IIAHMON whose true Cbrlattan Kan ice 'Tweiuy-one UI) East,
Pltgr54 2110
Oeoricla York. name l I. unknown of bumpkin, containing one hundred sixty
.1t I. I therefor New" York City New PKAUI.' 8IJAIM Joft.
ordered that you ordered that you JeorKla; MUM. (165)\ acres.Northeast -
requlrpd U Is hereby ___.
to nP.ar on the ard the 3rd FOOT and buebnnd. HLMMKRFCMtT -
of Southwest
i Quarter
7. ot March 1941, before the are required to appear 1UI, before the of I.umpkln, Oeorirla; March Quarter 4
entltled day ot AMM41VH: and bun-
Court to. Bill Of )I LUCIUS
;' .101 alnt filed the the) above e4..L4ied. Court to the DllI ot AMMO-lR: .,f Lumokn half of Southwest Quarter (SV, of TORODE CHEVROLET
against In band
you the .
.)n" "titled ComplaInt \tll.d all'aln..t you Oenr..lal MHS. OLADYM AM-' tlW%) In S stlon Twenty-tfire*
and "Tb ,
.d'ord. County cause Is! above. entitled cU' .nd "Th. MON'H, and hunband ._ AM. Telegraph" I. ---
County T.I.lI'raph" Kan"*;* Twenty-on (21) ,East con.I r rt
"reby de..l..nated a* the n.w-I Bradford "rONtI. of I.umpkln Oeorirla; rx>:M-' ,
,, whIch' this order. shall! hereby. d..Jnal..d. a.order the shall OCWMnaper b. ALl) L. JIleK". J. 1<1. J'NB4. taming On.. Hundred Twenty! STARKE FLORIDA

Published. one* a w..k for four I In which thlll for four (4) .. n.1 wife. A. V. tOS.4.Lf'Sl (120) acres.Fractional I ?
I) '""."cutlv* weeks. I published one a week WlTKOJfHKI and wife, Northwest Quarter :
aulTNES[ : ?' the Honnrabl. A. Z.I conse'IltiVR I W" "' onorahle A. Z. ; O. W1TKOII8KI. UBOKUK INW%) *xcept ":a.t T.n0)
W1T4E5 R the t ii.wlcr.L.i. Acre and Lot Fife a Jud of this. Court and end V. OTT; P. a AMRLRIC.
R".I L of tnl Court, In the Cityl Adkln. a. Judge of this Court .. B. !of. WKI.IJJ sinvFJT i halt fH", ) of Lot MIl: (8' In Bentl -,
if,i. !It' .. Bradford County, Flor- the Heal .of thIs Court(-Iounty.In the Fior-(7 I WAli.KS.. KARTfIA FIM.BY, jn 'Twenty-flv. Z5), Townshipdie All Chevrolets Are Shipped To Florida _. Not Driven ,
this *Sth day of January 01 rarki Bradford rHAKLKS. K TUTTLM. (I. T. MfK- f8> South Itance 'Twenty.on
41, ida this :i9th da1. of Januarz1141.. FL.M. (. K. If HSflTH. CARL KIN.PHEfJi (21) Ea.t.
.OPriCIAL 8EM) A. 3rd Thomasl I fOFFICIAI, SEAL) A. J. 8AMITRL: MIH MKIt. JAMK All fr..clonaltlo... Twenty-six so they come to you genuinely NEW! 1'
,lerk Co' th. Circuit Courtrloyd Hrad- Clerk 01 the f'lr..ult Court LEV. WHS- HENRY CI-AHK > : Florida. ford fount, FlorIda. hnm..1 I who e> true Christian name 'I.. on- ;* Twmty-on (hi) East eon.talnlnr .
bass, I LloyS Baa.. known. and husband "J:>''*J S5' aore I
".'for Plaintiff, I Attorney for pllfltlff.Jackeon'lll 1-31 CLARK MIIS. T. V CASrfEX. East Half' of Nortbat; Quarter

.ln., Florida. 1-11 n I.U! .. Florida.

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FEB 1 41941

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b e. and the broad aisles are heavily AU three men are now on straight day and night, just
No( More -I Agency like
JPostoffice I
Horse-and-Buggy carpeted. The auditorium Is Express I salary Mr. Shepherd agent; C, real cities throughout th,1

pleasing In design, with new wood Business 'Booming H. Johnson day clerk-vehicle; States. l

acoustical wails, making for high i I and Edwin Williams. night clerk-

fidelity sound. It is furnished Epressbttaineas: in Starke for vehicle Typerwriter Ribbons

t Pk 1 ; 1 with soft color.glow side wall 1940 more than doubled that of The company now hall a regular office supplies for sale and r'

: 4 ; lights, 'aisle lights, and four ceiling 1039, in point of revenue. Jan- pick-up delivery truck, operated Telegraph office *

lights. uary 1941 showed more than 300

cent Increase in shipmentsover
On the per
Vccond( floor are the
January 1940< ,, and over 1-
managers office, the ladles' rent
000 cent Increase In revenue. DR. L. L. COPELAND
per Optometrist
room, and the projection room. ,
The men's 'room IB on the first Already this year the local

flooj1. branch, has done about one-half Will Serve.Camp handing Men

( s''r as much business: as it did duringthe

: : The theatre, Is exceptionallywell entire year of 1939. How' Saturday Evening Till ,9 O'clock
ventilated, both for summer!i i
I ever December 1940 was the record -|.
and winter for
with steam-heat
I 1 month-at least ,I n recent 48 W. Forsyth Street Jacksonville
cold weather, and the famous : I.I.i fl,
'i years-and $200 better than January -
"air-wash" system for cooling: In'
of this
year. I i
warm months.' ,
'r A The latest Drenkert projectors I. P. Shepherd, present Starke i
"' agent for the Railway Express v
1- s and lamp ,bouses are used In the
i e t $ Company, came here In April
rI projection,, room which is equipped
r 1 1941 the
1939. Up to February ,
with the newest safety de.
r M office has been run en-
vices, and the entire booth Is ,
tirely on a commission basis,' and r ,
+ lr if t) fire-proof. R. C. A, high fidelity
r has been Out of
r d a one-man job. 1'
{h Is
; sound used.
,mow, i Mr; Shepherd's commission he : ,j ry mI
s rW I Mr. Carn.islon has operated, hired Edwin ("Pewee") Williamsas ,

r .within the last ten years, theatresin "extra labor.", Beginning' Feb- I t **>

'fi' p Frostproof Ft. Meade, Tarpon ruary 1st, however, instead of a
Springs, Wauchula, and Plant
one-man job, It was made a
sit xe ; v I lye? } City. three-man job and there is ti .4
'.... I
o n. 'T.1''r'I B1''II: : : c % 1 3
enough work to keep 'all em-

ar.. I Negro Sentenced ployees busy
r a .
-'SaetM 1 4rn'> yr r In County Court On February; 1st, C. H. Johnson, Nl f.y y

r a ..-, -- ,' who has been' for 17 years with

+Art Leo 'Mitchell the Express Company Ip' DeLand,
negro, an accomplice
JK it's a far cry from this scene to the one now presented by Staike's fine new postoffice buildingiotogruphed ;I
1n., ,a recent theft at was transferred to the office here.
N.' B, Hull stands in fore-
many years ngo by Hoover BI-OB, tie then postmaster, Barksxlale's was given 90 days in
In The policeman la the neat uniform and iV Tin cinriir' (01 U'I' 01"""
i ounil while Mlsn Helen Heinochl, clerk, pones doorway prison or a line of $100 and costs, l'InltlltIfII'rll /l'1)eII'

,, ,. )nI'1n bobby hat Is Lester A 8t1n. ___________ In County Judge E. K.: Perryman's (ritllH'111('11'1'lOLMTY.. :IN AM> <"ll\tKHY.'011 IIII"U_
court Tuesday morning. ,
witinn MAI iiAznv./
On Thursday, January 30, at joined by FUEL HAZI'N.aM The
OF Postoffice In SpeechFollowing her husband and next
History Reviewed the noon hour when ,Mr. Barks- friend mem

dale was alone in his ,store, two Plaintiff

r IK the full' text of the property situated at the Southeasterly ''having a frontage of 105 feet on negro men came In together. One M .T-VB-. HAZEN and FOKUCLOSUrtE wife,

delivered here by Frank corner of Walnut and Walnut Street and 130 feet on remained in the front of the store, KATIE M. 1IAZKN, and
Address the UNITED STATUS OK the
Jefferson Streets, submitted byJ. Jefferson Street. The building while the other took Mr, Barks- AMERICA,
:Kill, chief clerk o f the U. S. M. Alvarez, Anna A, Frazee, Itself is 60 feet across the front dale to the rear of the store, DetendantsNPFCIAI. fltISUriR

Half Service, at the dedication of and C. M. Ritch as the site on and has a depth of 84 feet. It presumably to purchase a pair of MAVTtH'N! BAI.K: ItO'lltH OF

t the new postofflce building Sat. which to erect this:building. has a mezzanine and one story. shoes. While the negro In the NOTICE IS HKRKBY: OIVEN. to

urday morning, February I.; The building was designed by The ground area Is 4,108 square rear thought he had the proprie all under whom and It by may virtue cpncern of a certain that

' 7 It, la .my pleasure and privilege the Office of the' Supervising Architect feet and the content 85,440 cubic' tor's undivided attention, the one decree the entered Ioighth.Judieial: in the Circuit Circuit Courtof of 11CA

to represent the Post Office Department Public Buildings AdminI- feet.The in the front stole a jacket and Florida t In find fnr Bradford

In the ceremony dedicating stration, Federal Works Agency. building is of Colonial design ran out of' the door County, Florida I In Chancery,, on
the 4th day of February, A D1'Ml
: this fine federal building in On June 11, 1940, the Federal with brick laced exterior Mr. BarkHdale left the store to In a cause therein pending A

splendid community. 'Works Agency awarded construction walls, marble trim, brick cornice kind providence and gave the wherein WIT JAIF] MAW IIAZHN,
r joined tiy VliRD HAZUN, aM'her
The Post Office at Staike wa contract to Murphey Pound and wood steel windows' Granlt negro a botr'chase for three or husband and next friend. In Plaintiff will
In the and with And I/. 1. Hnxpn and wife, t
tabllxhed In 1857 with Mr. of Columbus Georgia. steps platform railings four blocks"; The one who actually KATII3 M HAZI3N. and the pn yoo'IS

r z' George W Cole aa the first postmaster amount of $43,827, allowing 240 and lamp standards mark the 41d'} ,' the stealing finally UNrTJJD HTATI3H OK" XMnillCA is I ,.,, .,, ..
calendar for construction of front entrance.. Defendant I JOSKI'H li K1CIV as -y, ,
days got while Sheriff A. O
'', ; Following Mr, Colo postmasters away btpeclal: Master{ In Chancery, will. y
: have nerved in the order the work. At the rear on the North side Andreu aouj Police ,Chief A. L.. Nell to the highest bidder for rash, ; +
The building is elected on a lot are the usual vestibule and platform Alvarez: arrpatsd. the other one-, In front of the Fart door of the w. ,
named H
i Court house! In the City of Starke'
for the reception of mall Leo. Mitchell., ? Florida, on Monday, the 3rd day kr'
i John Hedges, George K. race, and mailing drive with space for of March A 1>. lull! during the
: Mrs. Fernandez .legal hours of kale, the following
Badcock. J parking postal automobiles.A Y, A. llarris DiesY. demilbed |property a 1 t uate In
: :
Richard Mrs Adeline E. Morgan Recalls Old DaysAt pitched shingle tile roof covers nrndford County, Florida, to-wlt!
f the front portion of the build. A. ,of Gainesville The west half of the northeast
L. C. Hull, John C. Rich PostofficeFor jllnrrls ,, quarter and went half of the east
1 ing with a flat composition roof father of half of '
P Newell B. ,,Mrs. Lex Green of i the northeast quarter and
aid Levin C. Hull the the the west ninety yards of the want
over lear. Generally
-;r i Hull, John W Alvarez. Newell BHull. the past 24 years citizensof Starke, died early Thursday I half of the east. half of the
Frederick Starke have been accustomed structure is fireproof.On morning after a brief Illness. He northeast. quarter of section five
Jeannette C. Young -
the first floor there is a 12 I township seven !south range
I' F. Stump. to seeing a' quiet, unobtrusive was 67 years of age. Funeral I twenty east, and col:talnlnff" one
i No doubt of listen- but highly efficient-lady "be- foot wide public lobby having 5 services will. be held at the Baptist hundred thirty-nix and one-half -F Df
many you G
service windows and 476 lock acres more or lean
era are familiar with at least a : hind the burs" in the postoffice .Church in Gainesville Friday
or HO much thereof be sufficient
boxes. The Postmaster's office afternoon atS a* may
large part of those who hove here. o'clock. to realize the amount of d
adjoins thia. The work room contains .
money decreed In said decree to be
and I She Is Eva L. Fernandez, and "
{, nerved as postmaster can 1,400'square feet and the TO WHOif IT MAY CONCERN: due the Plaintiff and all of the :
vividly recall the handicaps of ,. her significance la doubly Important Notice la.hurehv given that I costs of Maid nult t
I financial section 240 square feet. have filed Thin the of
my Final Accountingwith 13th day February,
of these in having now that Uncle Sum has
some postmasters
i Perhaps no building represents the (County Judge and will A D 11141.
; f
.I1 Inadequate apace and physical moved his local branch into a on the Kill day of March, A. 1), JOSEPH I). RICE (!Signed' )
aa much on the whole to all of halt make nppllratlnn for Final Siioclal, Mauler In (Chameiy.l .
Federal and
conditions with which to new building,
rxi the public as does a Post Office Hint'hargre HH AdmlnlMtrator of the l>OtIflLAa & 8OHAD
perform their work. very little remains t o remind estate of Perry IJover d".aH..d. Ira J. (Carter Jr w
forks of the old when the Building Many persons through. F. 10'. Flume, Adra'r Attorneys for Plaintiff
While Starke la not one of the days out our country do not come in' 2-14 U 2-14 at 228ED
I largest, cities in the great State postoffice here was Just a corner
contact with the Federal Government I '
of Florida and has not In Newell B. Hull's departmentstore 87CLASSIFI ;
1 perhaps except through the employees [: ADSFOR s
enjoyed "boom" conditions a o of the Post Office De-:
qty'' familiar to other localities no one Mrs Fernandez has been In the partment and the Post Office t "

can deny that the progress of postoffice here steadily since 1917, ,I # ; a4
quarters In which postal business. FOR SALE Three- bedroom SALE-Figaro "Old Smoky"sugar 5+ 4'
Starke has been steady and on a and worked there "off and on"back '
; ,
is 2
transacted. Therefore, it Is house, 3 lots Keystone Height. cure salt and condensed gn
firm foundation. as far aa 1900, when It was moat fitting and that the smoke for I )1,
M proper A real bargain.-F. M. Wal- liquid flavoring and
During the first year the office quartered I In a store building
structure which
we are dedicating rath Fla. preserving your meats. Also i
wan established the total annual where the Magnolia Fish MarketIs Keystone ,Heights '
t today should be symbolic of the 1-31 4tp two 1-horse cutters at White'sStore. rY
' amounted $71.BO in now located.
receipts to great Government under which we 2-14 2t r

1900 the receipts were 2360.00; In those days Starke was a live. TYPEWRITERS New Reming cd

ai ,1020, $7.05900;' In 1930 $8,53200 Were not under civil throughout the world where month. Prices start at 2975.: PEANUT SEED at $1 per bu.

and In 1940 $10.59100 service, but the postmaster had are living In fear that their people -Brad ford,i' County Telegraph Bright and sound. R. 'F. '
It would seem that all of the an allowance for clerk hire, And very homes may be wiped out Starke, naIV; U Demorest Starke. Fla. :THE

olUiena of Starke should selected his ,
be very assistants without -
overnight, we feel Just that much FOR SALK-r.Cole Planters and NOISELESS
t REMINQTONStandard -
happy over the continued to
growthin regard political affiliation. Mrs.
more proud that we are living
Fertilizer Distributors Also office size
factory rebuilt -
postal which Indeed Fernandez that
receipt, la says the thing .
under the of
protection a constiuctlve
parts for name. New seed pepper like new. Remarkable
a true reflection of Increase that pleased her most was the
Government which Is tomato<< cucumber, squash, value. $50 cash -Bradford
,, In business and population of your fact that It didn't seem to make ;
fine city. There ate fewtltlei difference which doing things constructively for melon, beans, corn. Prices rightat Telegraph, Starke, Fla;; tf
very any political
the health, safety and convenience
the size of Staike that have party was In power, the post. of the one hundred and
coma within the master didn let FURNISHED COTTAGES on ,
building her
program go.
thirty million people living under ROOM AND BOARD-Can ac-
Lake Santa Fe, 5 miles east of
and I to
am that the
happy any After so many years of ser this Government. commodate six or eight male Waldo Electric "
.lub tanth\l. duiuble growth of the vice under any and every kind of it affords me great pleusure.loturn boarders for room and boardat ning water lights Lewis, rUn- de a4 j
city had much to do with the allocation Inquire
circumstance, Mm Fernandez remarked over to you', the officials!! and $7 per week. Mrs. Bessie Jewelry Co, Gainesville

' for this building how much It meant to citizens of this great city of Crews, Route 1, Box 31 Law- Fla.tf

' Under' authority of the Construction have such a fine new building In Starke this maglnlficent Post ley. 2-7 2tp '

Program, Act of August which to work. It is much roomier Office Building, FOR SALE-House with 7 rooms,

25, 1937, an allotment of $70,000 I lighter, and more convenientthan I am Indeed gratified that I ROOMS FOR RENT Wanted bath, 2 large screened In

was made to Include cost of site the old quartern But In was the one selected represent several male roomers.-F. M. porchea.! Large lot, with 1 orange -

building and administration.[ On spite of the post office being new the Department in this instance Griffin. Graham, Fla. Itp tree, 4 pecan, 2 pear.

May 27 1940. this amount wall and modern in every respect, and on behalf of the Post Office, Double garage, barn, smoke

increased $2,600. making the total making the work easier on all Department and our great Government .I house. Will sell furnished and

Kiult of coat 72600. concerned, yet the building Is ,not I wish for you and i CONSTRUCTIONALL vacate at once D. T. McGill,,

Sites were advertised for and adequate, Mrs Fernandez said, ,yours many years of continued' TYPKS.1NEW.1 STUUCTUKKS Lake Butler, Florida. 2-7 3tp|I

si iu eater: Investigation, selection was as a result of present boom conditions prosperity and enjoyment of this OH REPAIRS

n :Jrte m September 5. 1939, of |, edifice. riam."' Estimates and Architectural COTTAGE at Klngsley Lake, 2
Service Free bedrooms, sleeping porch* 60-

Andrews Rounds Out Bundles For Britain New Park Theatre I G. M. DAVIS 000 foot cash lake frontage balance 1.2$2,250., $1-

2tf.; Years With Ford Organization HereTo Distinct Asset I General Contractor FOR LEASE-Cottage and years 40- bMt-meqsures iheMIK

(jUlnvftville, .'orldaj36 foot business frontage on Road
"Business Is as good, now as It help England by organizing To CommunityThe mUTJFKT- see net sossrAr moss iwsv coca MH8HIQ1
48, near Kingsley Lake. I150a MIS Mail 1115055 lnlreea i A1e00tt wont Mill
1 slat' wan," says 1.1.. Andrews American support at this cri new park motion picture .:. Depot Phone 1004 SMALL STORE SPACE for rent

JI.. Ford dealer in Starka for tical time, a group of citizens In 1<'OH, on Call Street. Also stores on 700SO.
SALE-One: 19JJ Ford! V-8 125'
costing $45,000, was officially Road 43 FORD 1061' 57.391' nr 39r= 351'
t Ke- past 20 years "except during Starke will form a local branchof pick-up truck, one 1935 Chev near Camp. IN.

tli* boom days of 1923." In 1925 Bundles for Britain, Inc., at opened Thursday, Febru- rolet 4-door sedan. Both .in CHOICE VACANT LOTS for

Mr Andrews sold 250 cars and the Woman's Club building Friday ary 6. It Is modern In every good condition.-T. N. Kendrick homes near high school, $250to .

twelve tractors During January afternoon at 3 o'clock, according respect and. from the beautiful Starke,. Fla. 2-14 2tp $350.: Will arrange F. H. A. Car '8' 5'less sass 1'lns3'4'hls1'h' Wiess 37q.ln. 8..
neon sign at the front throughthe loans for toss
of this year be sold 20 new cars. to an announcement by you.
attractive auditorium, lm- COTTAGE FOR RENT at Kings- W T. Clute
W. Frank W. BrownC.
-But. said Mr Andrews, "nowt Mrs. E Middleton, who has
consented presses one with Ita symmetryand ley L a k e A. J. Thomas, A. Futch H. A. McKinnon
adays a fellow ha to wit three to head up the organization
used cars in order ,to ,sell one I work here Two beauty.cousins W Starke Fla 119 E. Call St. Car 'C' 3];Las 21'less, IJ'Uss; 2'ltss 1=lea 2*less 87SH.ID.less 1
N. Carnaston,
3L new one." of Frostproof, and Sam K. Stra- : FOR .SALEpool tables in FOR SALE-24 ft. custom-built

Through: many vicissitudes, building for the first seven year tOg, of Lakeland, are the owners good ('ondltlohi"; 1-2 x 9 feet.- trailer-coach: fully insulated,

while many businesses have come Then he built the place where the and co-manaRera' the enter. C. M. Chlldresa, Pelham Ga. with 18 ft canopy, enclosed

and gone during the put 20 Chevrolet agency ,now la, wherehe prlso. The building was begun 2.14 3t curtains. Cost $1,500.'wlU' sell
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years, Mr. Andrews and his Ford remained from 1928 to 1933. November $550 cash..JV J. W.
business still 10, and in architectural 19 ROOM APT. HOUSE and lot Tracy, Lot ANDREWS JR.
are going. It is a From thence he moved
\ to Green's beauty U a credit to the town. No. 49, Street No. 6, City Trailer ,
well-known centrally located In
fact that vici-
"you can'tkeep Garage, and then
to the The auditorium has 631 Park Tampa. 2-14
,, a good man down," Livingston building where he wine-colored luxurious nity. Furnished and equipped 2tp Starke. Florida
on the first
Mr. Andrews la the early days stayed from 1931 to 1940. Then floor. They have throughout Each room occupied HAVE ROOM for four men new

,Hwnted a livery and sales ,stable, be moved to his present site one In the spring cushions now. Good paying investment mattresses on beds. Good food.

wed sold buggies, wagon, bar.e block south of the S, A. 1* depot is plenty seat of and knee bark, and between there Owner will state Plenty fresh eggs and meat GET THE FACTS i

**. horses and mules. II eought He U the Ford dealer, and also the rows. The floor room reason for selling to investiga every day. $70 per week.A. .- 1'

the For* business In May, I handles the Mercury and the perfected elevation is tors. Mrs. E.V.. Ive. 1832 .. M. Barrett. Oakrldge Box

JU1, and occupied the Livingston, i Lincoln Zephyr. have a full ao view that of everyone the screen can, W. Court St.. Gainesville, Fla. 14. Green Cove Springs Fla. AND YOU'LL GET A i

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