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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ong Distance Calls' Are Booming Industry Starke May Get 200 Defense. Housing Units : t mL1\\1'




+r M .' Provided For In Deficiency t n jt

HealthUnit Change of HartJacob City To Start Appropriations Bill 4 f't'' ';


Hart' negro, take the Passed By House .... ,

Now OperatingThe cake! He broke out of the city Needed 1 w j

jail the other; night and then PavingThe Partial, relief in its drastic housing: shortage is promised '. ';. '

went to work early next morn Starke in the form of 200 portable houses and trailers, ..."-

Bradford County Health ing helping to make the Jail City of Starke will beginat provided for in a deficiency appropriations J bill which passed a i I'I'to :1

unit Is now officially open. Miss safe follow so suit.hut- nobody vine could once-before the 15th-the re- the House of Representatives Wednesday and was sent to ,a, ; lathe !

Margaret Hoxney, of Tampa, is ,
Senate.
It seems that he and a white paving of the two blocks) on Wal- I '!t ,
the new nurse sent here by the The good )learned here in telegram to Mrs. i I' :, ,) ;
news wag a ; j. I'
,
t who alnml to be
+ Florida State Board of Health to man c a nut street from Register's garage j\ J
w.k
Evelyn Stephens, Chamber of Commerce secretary, from
"soldier, were locked up. The to the Woman's Club building ,i
her full
give time to the workof
the unit. Her office is man with Jacob UliliTt like the one block on South Walnut and Charles .'. Palmer, defense housing coordinator. In Wash- ,:" \/; ;' I; ,r'lIIo

second floor of the Bradford on the jail, unit too k"an ordinary one one North ,Walnut street ington D. C. ,q r l--;!;(, 1! '!"' 1!1,

I County courthouse, where the table fork and went Into the The City Council Tuesday night have' been in constant "TO ;

vvii>h room' lvii lcis II ad" awarded the contract to the with '>'Ir Palmer since (II,
County! nurse had her headquarters.
T 'Sus ., wooden floor, pBulled l some appointment 1 last fall." rA'
Marlon Contracting Co., Ocala, ;: <<, ,
h 'R S afiNS Miss Hoxsey has been with the board. off and escape| l. Jacob through their I foreman J, P. Stephens said yester 11! : f

State Board of Health In a super"viaory jleliltHl! to temptation and went Jonoa, who was present at the "This .is the best news d'II' :J tr

capacity since 1934. She along, also\ meeting. The contract price was had since the boom be /'It.1 ,.
dove: The The following morning. H. II. 8, I
$0,500, and the work will requiretwo
received her nurse's' training inHarper an a
"hcl- y
row'of who Hospital, Detroit (her former l\luiht, contractor, paid his or three weeks to complete.The further details were ,; ,,:I. I' 'J w
gfla fine of and him. to work
915\
a tre- home), and was also'grad- put Marlon Contracting Co., here yesterday, but It, '. ,j,, j i1 I" fI'I
die volume uated In Public Health Nursing making concrete fur a new him Just completed the hard surfacing stated from Washington that, r'. t, :fir: "fit
dour floor for the jail. "That wan
of 23 miles of roads nt ,.
from the College of William and of the house and trail / '\
long distance the most unkindest cut of all"! ;
Camp Blending, anti will move rt
head- Mary, Richmond, Va. to be placed here will be ) :t'
a ( machinery to Starke and beginthe '.
$1,170 each. It Is not .J'bj
ro of the Dr. Bert R. Boone, Director of a's
It Telephone "a the Health Unit, was In Starke work at once. where ,tbv units) will be ": rl :

here. StandIn Monday conferring with the Boardof Power "The work will meet State d.

fore- Jt County Commissioners. He company Road Department specifications." the 200 new home each at. I'Im '

d Is Mrs., i i'h will give a minimum of three Mr. Jones said Tuesday night. It one new family, 11 will i I ;i; run,4, ,

Cameron, days each week to the work of To Build Office will have an eight-inch lime rock an additional $30,000 to be ;
I
I '
t operator. 4 + the unit. ;' base, and will be hard surfaced largely In Starke, booing' an I "JLk

ghL Four Dr. Boone Is a graduate of the '11Io.> v just like the state highways. on an average earning' t 'M'w

e girls who Michigan School of Hygiene and In keeping with, national defense Brick will be taken up and paving of ,at least $150 per"" ;: '
will begin at once. i ,
in training to Public Health and has been with requliements in ,this area, per family. JIii: I
come Bell the United States Public Health The street between Cull street I Government; in. order to \ .; :. r ?.Mel'
the Florida 'Power & Light Co., and, the Woman's Club buildingwill I t.a
ties : Melba service since 1931. housing emergencies In vari 7\,
ody. Ruth has announced, plans for con- be widened to 40 feet instead areas throughout the' 1k,h{' "tw

peon, Carolyn J. M. Mott Dies struptlon' of a ,new office build- of the present 26 feet. has recently adopted the i; I +ss

in, and Jean- ingWor the convenience of Its It is understood' that the three of renting government-, : i I
At Home HereJohn beautiful trees) that stand' in frontof
Parker. customers In the surroundingarea ,trailer to workers These ,t. f .u
the PostoffIce will remain be moved on to another lo. 'il' T.'i' :
M. Mott, 68, died Sunday. outside the city limits of standing when the pavement Is u I
mong the many new industries and new faces that have when the:emergency baa ; t
e to Starke since early Camp Blanding days, the South- May 4, at his home In Starke, Starke. completed. + S

i Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, with its 25 new following a long period of illness. The office will be constructed I U hoped that a. more per- t1' \ ,

ninine employes, is not the least. Being among the larg- He-was born near Lake Butler adjoining the 'Company's 66,000- Thieves Enter type of construction will ', ]\ ):
and lived in Union until
in the United States it is still as far County volt switching station at the east here "II'ft'
J corporations new 1926 when he moved to Brooker, end of the city limits, and a Two Places '
is concerned. Southern Bell to Starke inponse +t?
Starke came .
where he made his home until
local architect is :
i to imperative need. It I handles only long distance moving to Starke a few weeks plans to completion.In .now rushing Thieves broke Into the Standard ; Partners I.' }. .
.55:
Oil Bulk Station Wednesday
but it really handles- ago. j jI vtl 1*1'
the past the company's customers of American I, i'.
the records show. night and stole a quantity gas } ,

m here as are 27 long distance ]Berry Season Mr. Mott was w e 1 l-known In this area have been and oU, a number of automobile I first of ,week N. .,,. ;yl
throughout Union and Btadford served, through' the .Palatka office leather oil last Wr I ;I."t t \
horns a jacket, can
alts. out >of the local'' of. Counties and was a loyal and and thls..artan&4lment. will Ipll.re', tires, etc;, according to lon'' and Sam ..K.>Str tov'';':;.,tJ.I 11, ..'.-(>.., '',rJ 1\\, ; e

but because of rapidly devoted friend to all who knew continue In effect until the new G. of the Park Theatre 'V :
Sheriff A. O. Andreu and K. \
ing business, nine ad- Comes To CloseBradford him. He will be greatly missedby office building is ready for use. Duncan, Standard Oil; distributor .," purchased, fnxm,. tn.*. ." .n ; "j
onal circuits are t 0 be his many friends.In Amusement- ',Oo'-,o f% '. ; ;1

ed immediately and asa addition to his widow, Mrs. here.They Herschel Halne of Gaines '" ;t f' arse,

as possible thereafter, County's strawberry Lula Mott, he Is survived by his Give Car Away also broke Into stole the drum high Is the president, .the Amerl-. )\ ; IIIJIJ
and
school building a
[ more. Provisions are alsog season gasped Its I last feeble mother, Mrs. Mary Mott of Hell- : Theatre at1! Camp Blandingv 'r a
made for direct circuits breath this week with gross re- bronn Springs two brothers, belonging to the B. H. S. band : Btrato la I the manager of s
;
Starke to New York, Blr- ceipts still on the dark side of Cleveland Mott of Raiford, and At Dance About 3:30 A. M. Thursday the theatre, whose name has '" l.u

glam and Atlanta $260.ooo-leBII than half tff the Noon Mott of Brooker; and two TonightIn thieve were picked road up on the- changed' to the American ''i lid( ,
two state patrolmen
highway by ,/ ,
,
ring Its office In Starke $500,000 pocketed by farmers this sisters, Mrs. Angle Dekle of, Lake and landed In jail at Green tbeatre .1' ,

mber 8, 1940, Southern Bell time, last year.Unusually Butler, and Mrs. Rivey Clemons spite of the many' difficulties Cove Springs. Sheriff /.. O. : : to Mr. Carnation, fl! :
died over 6,000 long distance cold weather In late of Brooker will show only first-run pic.'i '1' i
;
that have beset them, and Andreu was notified and drove to '4'
i to all parts of the country February and March delayed the Funeral services were held the culprits and will have a. big-time' If..
and '
Cove
Green brought
1 those 23 days In NovemIn crop, throwing Bradford berrieson Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock the fact that they- might actually Starke Thursday morn- with shows 'chancing I I'j "?

December, more than the market In competition with from the Elzey Chapel near lose a considerable sum of moneyon to them In the county The theatre Is being I tit' a
,
calls were handled, over those from other states farther Worthington Springs, with the the deal, members of the Ing placing I ,. renovated, 'and. :will J I yap
Jail.
I In January, 1 ,ooo In Feb- north. The resulting low prices Rev E. B. Joiner of Alma, Gn., Jones Langford W hit e Post once."I a larger, screen and larger > '
and over 18,000 In March. $1 to $1.50 per crate this week) officiating. Burial was in the They were Preston Harris andJames and will be well ventilated i,
?
l
J Roebuck, North Florida I make it unprofitable for farmersto family plot in Elzey Cemetery American Legion are going to Cooper, of Miami, who ad- l offer good, clean enter 'B'i,! :.1'

let Manager of the Southern I continue picking and packingthe under the direction of the Wilson give away the deluxe Ford sedan tilled their guilt. When the road' according to ),fr. Cam- f j1' N

. In commenting 0 n these fruit, and moat of them have Funeral Home of Lake City.. at the armory tonight (May 9) patrolmen found the men driving ; tva

,, laid: "We have averaged already ceased operations.' Pall bearers were: 0 J. Mott, win or lose rain or shine, for along the highway with such a : Carnation Is the manager #

600 long distance calls per String beans are beginning to Lowrey Mott, ,Hugh Rahn, Inman better or worse. mlxed-up load, they became that suspicious the Park Theatre, which.. will ,: 'll'llj': p ,

r during March." appear on the platform at the Harrison Wesley Andrews, and The automobile will be given and finding a stag show every Tues lea

Ithln i the next 30 days" said State Farmers Market, and are Eddie Weldon. away as a highlight of the dance driver of the car had no permit, and Friday night at '::30, i rs .
I Roebuck from $1.25 to $1.75 per lodged them In jail while they a. midnight show' Saturday ':
"there will be 1,000 bringing being sponsored by the Legion, continued their investigation. ';(\ .Ii to w
phones at Camp Blanding. hamper. Florida Coach and the public Is urged to buy with no change In price- \ J ,
re' are following Cama lon a' d. "If the t"
already 600 In opera- tickets for the event at the "

there. There are 76 trunk Realty SalesContinue Speaks At Rotary places of business: Andrews Bond Trustees ) I place In town." '."f'', I
'
Jits between Starke and Camp Oarage, Canova Pharmacy Hold Final MeetThe : .,
tins" ActiveReal Rotarians had the rare privi- ;
_ : he continued. 'Thatthat Carpenters, Koch Drug Store, : :
76 different conver- around lege Wednesday of having as City Barber Shop, Three Friends farewell meeting of any *
laRa may be carried on sl'taneousiy. estate sales totaling guest speaker, Tom Lleb, head Barber Shop. They will also be U usually tinged with I
' $14,000 have been made by F. C. football coach at the University of group .,. n.- \ ;,
We have' d erythlng within the on sale at the armory beginning pathos, but there was no note of eI
realtor, ,
Holllngsworth I Ipf
we could to give theY Florida. at 8:30: o'clock. The car will be sorrow when the County Boardof
W. A.
to
sold
what they wanted when last two weeks. He the Coach Lleb has toured thous- given away at 11 o'clock, accordIng Bond Trustees. met In the City f 't

7 wanted It. We have workedand Cook his own property the-Star ands of miles over the state of to an announcement by S. A. Hall last' Friday afternoon forts t ''

' night to give the kind building now occupied by Florida during the past few Weldon, post commander."We final sosHlon. W. L. Wall t.t t.
Store-and Mr, Raybln, proprietorof effort to persuademore .( {ft raa
"rvlce In
months an
the and W. K. Torode,
people want. move shortly. may lose money, as we H. D. May, .
store must
The the school
high
Southern Bell office at also sold Mr. outstanding still lack a good deal of selling Jr. were present. O J, Phillips I Mwr
Holllngsworth\
lie Mr. to attend their l
was Het up originally with Avenue football players enough tickets to pay for the car, and R, A. Weeks were absent !
, lot Temple deplored
on
He
Cook a university. -
Pwiticns of switchboard, to own state but we are going to, give It away The State Legislature recently
Athletic arena. talent r .
b were added near the the fact that so much ", M'
two additional Mr. Weldon the *
the transactions tonight-regardless panned a law abolishing \ /
last of
this
tlnll! The is lost by Florida In wayto
very shortly said. desire of
thereafter out the
Lake which Board carrying
later an was a lot on Kingsley other states and asked the .
additional five posi- electors, expressed }'e
sold to Isldor Bradford County i
3, Mr. Holllngsworth of Rotarians In try- W
making a total of eleven cooperation Park Place Zoned In a ballot conducted] last
York City w
In service Plans Lecln, of New_ Ing to persuade outstanding football -
are being November. Road matters are now \
de to lasts!! 10 more positions talent to attend the university. At the request of R F. Demo- under the jurisdiction of the d' t : Mss
e. '
II soon as possible. Get Laundry Jobs rest, who owns 13 lots In the Board of County CommJ lonerl. l gI
AI to the The program was In chargeof neighborhood the City Council current labor I
Southern ifill per- V. H. Carden, for several years After paying; ''rti tM4
ha Stark George Manasaa. Tuesday night voted to tone Park adjourned and t
there'' are 25 with the Southern Bread (Sey- bills, the Board 1 t't
ely ladles from several dlf- i bold) Co., and recently with the Place and restrict It to residences the members hurried away, refusing : ,4 w a .

Florida towns, who are I Bradford Hardware Co., last week Bridge Needs RepairAt only, and City Attorney Marcus to pose for a Telegraph :
lUng at the> .otherend of the : as shipping F. Brown was Instructed to draw photographer who wished to record l
accepted a position meeting Mondayof
to ; the regular
be restrictions.It .
of Ben-Ice, Government up necessary the final meeting for pos
at any hour : clerk in one of the Board of County Commissioners -
or bight In getting an Im- laundries at Camp .Blandlng. the it reported that the was brought out In the discussion terlty. There seemed to be a
was ;
t business Brad- F. II. A. loan Is attitude of relief at "get
or social mesthrough Another employe at the County portion of Con- that no for patrons of the ford Hardware Co., Jewett C. Bradford bridge was In need of repair, I available to build anywhere except. ting shut" of the county's road )/ ; L

tf Pv1y. Mrs. Edith Cameron, Fogg, has been accepted for a ner and W. M. Edward and P. D. In such restricted territory. Evenan problems. and energetic secretary er;

It operator, Is from Palatka, laundry position at the Camp, as Reddish were requested to inspect application may not be presented Army Y. M. C.' A. in d

nee Wall largely through her soon as he can make arrangements the bridge( with the view to for a loan except In a section Injured In Wreck ; under whose direction' the '

l'llt' facts and assistance that these to leave hla present position. making the necessary repairs at used exclusively for residential E. Ladd. of Tampa was '. Club building her' has ;
about understood Joseph
One of Starke' It la time. purposes.Recent a popular recreation 't
cen +
earliest possible whena % p
acqulslUons' area undertlCivil the hurt about 3 A. M. Sunday
Service.
to her
new industries long list Mrs. Dove Holder and Mrs. 1937 Plymouth sedan, which he for soldier within the apace

fated With are> available. Lillie Thornton were each allowed Births driving, sideswiped a semi few short weeks. V wW i
Mrs Cameron are ,Without Alarm from the pauper was out la In Tampa today. In re i '
fonOWlng 2-1 young ladle. Fire $5 per .month Mr. and M..... Leon'' Crlffls, trailer about four miles on to 'tl
!(Jill and Law- a telegram from Gov. ? ,
fund. Starke Mrs
Nora Anderson, Jackson- without an alarm was .Ira April 28, girL "San- Road f.3 between
from Hampton. Holland
e: J4Jq I. A fire A letter WM received taken to the Alavchoai ,, attending meet- .e"
He wu
(llItlne Lenora Chapman, SL experienced here Tuesday when a M. Dodd asking that a Bloodsworth, RaIford, April 30, tey. In Gainesville of the state executive commit.
Lillian
, : 1o1IIs; : County Hospital
to CIty Audrey Christie, kerosene refrigerator at the home certain road be opened near the girl; Mr. and Mr* Billle Sunday treatment. His left elbow of the United Service Organ '. ,

: dies Ellen Coleman, of Mr. and Mrs C. G. Barksdale I Mid-lakes section of the county, OVerstreet Ralford April 29, boY. for shattered, and he bad ahead for National Defense Ex- r s'

lie City; Mrs. Jayne CO"1", began smoking so badly tbat the request was referred to the Mr. and Mrs. Rodman U. was Bllnck was Doyle Carlton ,recently A
which John
: 10188 Call summoned. Underhill Starke Msy 2, boy, Injury.
was
CUatIne; Ford St. fire department of County attorney and the Clerk I with Mr. Ladd. The automobile chairmanship 'b.
1.n.e out Mrs. riding
Mr. and '
been Clifford
Irma ;
Fuller, The fire siren has Instructed to advise> Mrs. Robert committee. e
Palm badly torn up. fj''
( Beach; Mina Katie order for several days, but will was Dodd. Clyde Rowe, Starke. May 3, girl. waa pretty ,
Continued
oft pa&e'four) soon be repaired.'.



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I Tho Bradford County Telegraph as here should, who never believe have and transferred say that troops the British to.I With Our Farmers

E'JtablJAbecI 1877Published Greece-that defeat was foredoomed. This
r -' W C. Burton, lives on Llge and navy will get Into the war,
and Entered .s Bee- criticism was answered by Mr. Churchill in WIJ
Fridays
1, Weekly on Strickland' far m 'at Graham but I don't think our soldiers lIfbt'/(1I'16J
'' zf', Mid Claim Matter attthe Post Office at SUrke Fla. his world-wide talk of April 27 He said though he does not work on the will. The United State'ia goingto
-_ .. -". SUBSCRIPTION-&A'II' C that one of the greatest strengths of Britain farm. He la pastor of the Christian see to It that the sea lanes are

l Yearly 91.73! Six Months, ,1.00-rsyabla la lies in the admiration and respect she has Strickland, Church raised a t no Graham.strawberries Mr. kept States open.gets Into When full the production United, flat Soue

gained in the United States and elsewhere, this year, but has 35 acres in they are not going to let those YON1imeUHdJoHel
BIBLE VERSE and that if she had let her allies down, corn and peanuts, Mr. Burton ships be sunk.
"When Simon Peter saw it, he fell down after encouragingthem to fight and pledging said Saturday. "The Balkan situation Is bad."

I. at Jesus' knee, sayIng Depart from me, for aid, much of that regard would have When asked to give situation his view I continued Mr. the Harrell final, "but outcomeof has
on the European war I no bearing on
: I am a sinful man, 0 Lord.-Luke 5:8.: been lost. There was, in other words, a he said: the war. Russia and Germany
great question of national honor involved, "The way I look at It, It Is In-I are going to divide up Turkey
THOUGHT FOR TilE WEEK in the British government's view. And so tended that the Beast shall rule I Just like they did Poland. They
and before the end of time, and It will have a peaceful settlement of
Peter made many mistakes committed the desperate gamble was taken. looks to me like he la making the Dardanelles. The U. 3. and
many sins, but he had a tender heart What achievements we may expect of pretty good headway. It looks Britain will win the war* Ger-
When he that withoutthe at will never Invade the Brit- EACH DAY more thrift and quality-mnded! people!
and conscience. saw Hitler remain to be seen. In his talk, Mr like that time Is pretty near many
Twin Pack Bread
hand. We don't know the BibleIs ish Isles. buying Southern and Soud
he caught no fish even ; era R
-A Lord's help Churchill not sanguine about the immediate .
was being fulfilled every day. The Cut Cake, because the bakers of Southern bread
though he toiled all night, and with His future--he intimated that the Axis Bible says the Beast shall 'rule; Dalton Carter, who,, lives in Cakes are continually giving them more for their
toSouthern
help he caught such a multitude of fish that may dominate the Black and Caspian seas, and even If he doesn't, the United Starke cultivates 40 acres of a
1 his net broke and his ship sank, he fell may overrun Turkey, and seize or otherwise States will have Its hands full In 60-acre plot of ground nine miles

k down at the feet of Jesus in humility.So obtain the great wheat and oil) lands of the just conquering like It did Germany before. thla time Of out this on the acreage Lawtey-Ralford Mr. Carter road.,has

it should be with us. When we Soviet Union. He pointed out that General "It will be a worse fight thanIt 3 1-2 acres In strawberries, four
undertake any task, great or small, we Wavell's African forces, which chased the was in the other war. The I acre in fordhook beans four acresIn y
Scripture must be fulfilled, andIf string beans eight to 10 acres
should ask the help and guidance of God. Italians out of and have since suffered -
Libya
Y the time ''Is here that the Beast In sweet corn, one acre in butter
With it, the chances are that we shall succeed reverses from strong German detach. sha'l rule, It will come to pass beans, and the balance In corn
; without it we shall surely fail. ments, were smaller than most realized- It he rules It will be over the and peanuts.
whole world" Speaking with reference to
30,000 with relatively little mechanical
men, (Editor's note: We know Illtler strawberries, Mr Carter said he
There Are Some Emotions equipment. However, Britain does have I Is a beast, all right; but the began picking berries the middleof
r That 'Words Cannot Express great forces in Egypt, and the Germans United States does not Intend April. "As long as we can get
Sunday is Mother's Day. should find the going far harder there.In that he shall, rule!) $2.00 per crate it will pay us. ,I : 7-'a r BREAD
can get them put up for a dollar -
i 1 Of all observances during the year thisis the meantime, it was a great day for Volley McKinney works for not including labor and seed.
one where words simply cannot be mar Britain when President Roosevelt decidedto Perry Kite on a 10-acre farm just "We are needing rain badly," THREe KINDS FOR VARIETY
shaled, no matter how skilled the writer, to extend American naval and air patrolsas across Alligator Creek in Starke Mr. Carter said Saturday. "We
Mr. Kite has two acres In strawberries will pick for about two more l-Twln Pack White W-TWn Pack
express the feeling that is in his heart. far as Greenland, and said that lurking weeks. I've berries all Wheat
a half acre in string grown my
W'' ? Eloquent and powerful as they can be submarines and raiders, when spotted, wouldbe beans, halt acre in Irish potatoes, life," he continued "and this has (3)-Twln Pack 2-in-1. Half' Wnlte, Half Wheat

lt' made to be, there are still a few occasionsin reported to merchant ships. This means and the balance in corn and peanuts been the shortest season we've Two belt loaves individually wrapped inside Twin Pa* wrapper. Sr
; Mr. McKinney said Saturday ever had. And the berries haven't one half, servo the other. Protect frethne._._ vnney. Twin P
life when words remain inadequate.What that Britain will have to patrol a great deal ? been so good, either," he stated. ,la 1 an. excluiive Southern Bread feature. Extra ktaltkjul too /its i
all of us would like to say, how less of the Atlantic, and can concentrate her They began picking berries the tnritktd milk Vitamin B-l.

; ever, has been written by Elizabeth Akers none-too-numerous naval forces in the areas first week In April, but began B. C Holtzendorf, local police
where most needed. The regularly the second week. They officer, lives In Starke, but owns
they are vitally
Allen in an old poem, "Rock Me to Sleep.
pick from 12 to 20 crates per a 70-acre farm a mile and a halt
i It expresses, as well as pen in human hands loss of shipping, after all, is far more dan day, and receive from $2.50 to $3 wEst! of town. He leases IS acres, Southern

could do, the story that every devoted child gerous to Britain's ultimate hopes than is per crate. Mr. McKinney said. and the balance he uses for a -_ .
t' +t, would like to tell. the loss of local campaigns in Europe or Just how long they will continueto pasture, and grazes 40 or CO hogs -
Africa.: For if Hitler isolate Britain pick, he does not know, be- and ten head of cattle. I
Hunt up this old poem. Read it again can
cause the weather has been so Mr. Holtzendorf thinks Camp
Sunday. Mother's Day will be a richer, from the New World, and shut off the war dry recently; but perhaps for two Blanding is a distinct help to
more satisfying experience for your having materials and the food she must have to or three more weeks. business conditions in Starke, and
'ioulhcrn 71i mi c111 'i
I done so. It begins: survive and fight, he will win the war. It that it ought to be a permanent
J. L. Wynn lives on a 70-acre post. He thinks that, after spend- gBjGSLKj
"Backward, turn backward, 0 Time! in is in the Atlantic, almost all authorities farm, 30 of which Is under cultivation ing to much money on the Camp,
your flight, think, that the end of this grim story must six miles out on the they ought at least to keep the ;
"Make me a child again just for tonight! finally and irrevocably be told. Sampson City road. National Guards there permanently .
i' "Every farmer will have to do .a;+ ,r
"Mother, come back from the echoless his part In case of war," Mr. As to the final outcome of the
shore, Monroe And His Doctrine Wynn said last week "and raise present war in Europe, Mr. Holt
"Take, me again to your arms as of yore, Have Added Significance Today more stuff." On second thought, zendorf said I Saturday: "I did

"Kiss from my forehead the furrows of James Monroe, fifth President ot the I he: couldn't remarked: "That all depends. think this they were going to wind It 8 bit itioet of delicioui 2.1.,.... fold cake, riohly filled and 'kid.,\
M1 raise more stuff with- up spring and Summer; but
separate comportment. Ready shad, ready to serve. Choice 01.rel i
care, United States (whose birthday was observedon out labor. I have two boys who nobody seems to know Just how flavor.
"Smooth the few silver threads out of April 28)), was the father of the American are expecting to be called in the well prepared England and Germany
hair draft If .can't; get labor, I can'tdo I are. I don't believe," con- New Shrill patkag* frith wrapper that aD.p. off and on again. |
my ; foreign policy that will ultimately be It," tinued' Mr. Holtzendorf; "that teeting IreehneM to finel ilica. II you serve only'. few Uoe., i rep''
"Over: my slumbers your loving watch the means of "making or' breaking" the "I believe Hitler wl1l'eventually Germany will ever get England wrapper\end eJc.> will bo kept trash for another meat R.Mpecltefe .
keep- United States-the Monroe Doctrine. try to come over here," he con- down. I believe the outcome will i i. an txctutltt Southern Cak. feature. No other cake hit I

'' "Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to First formally pronounced by President tinued. "If something Isn't done depend on what Russia and Tur- Copyright 1941. Columbia Baking_I
pretty quick It looks like he key do. If they would in
la come
sleep!I" Monroe, it states that "the United States
going to win. I on the side of the allies "
hope not, but it Mr. TODAY AT YOUR GROCER
_ will regard as an unfriendly act any at- looks that way." Holtzendorf concluded, "they will
The Grim Slory 'Will End tempt on the part of European powers to win."
In The Atlantic Ocean extend their systems in the Western Hem- M. O. Harrell,. of Brooker, has
320 acres, 200 of which he.' culti- Excess Acid causes
As various authorities, including the isphere, or any interference to oppress, or in vates. FREE ''If pain.of Stomach Southern

) President, have lately observed, an American any manner control the destiny of, govern- Speaking of the prospects of a Ulcer, Indigestion!
characteristic has been to be buoyed up ments in this hemisphere whose independence "No-fence Law"" Mr. Harrell said Bloating,Cat,Heartburn,Belching,

into clouds of optimism by British victories, has been acknowledged by the United too last much week: open In Florida woods in there com Is and Nausea free,get a free sample of UDGA
a interesting booklet at .
tcil.
FT.or.r.ENRICHED
and to be cast down into the depths of de- States. arlnon to the amount of land CAJU'ENTKll'S: DRUG STOREJ
pair by British defeats. This, these< authorities Very soon-118 years after the pro under cultivation to have such : 1 l -p, /

t';a believe, is mistake. In a great war, nouncement of this doctrine, America is to a'to law.fence.'No-fence'' I think In It reality would means be a II. COURTMANCII

the tide of victory never runs one way. The learn whether this foreign policy 1 I will great deal better," he continued, Watch-Maker: I I
achievements must be accompanied by the strengthen, her position in the world of nations "to fence thd' highways than to BUY WITH CONFIDENCEAT / s I fii

failures. And so, it is argued, the British.t or whether it will ultimately be the fence the pastures,".
t Greek-Yugoslavian debacle in the Balkans, means of her undoing.It Mr.Speaking Harrell of said the: European"Our aviators war, YOUR ROME: JEWELER i WITH VlTAMIH Bt: IN THE R Q, t

bad as it is should not be exaggerated. The is possible that Greenland might fur u_______
1",.,.,,....,,. v" h .' N. .'....... .
t decisive battle of this war is the Battle of nish the stage setting for an early test of

England: and the Atlantic-Hitler may go the time-honored doctrine. President Roosevelt

far elsewhere, but until England herself says there is a possibility that Germany

) falls, he cannot win.' has already entered the icy island, owned .f o rYoll :J jIOIlthillolorl91otP'/ ,.
\
Looking'' back now on the Balkan campaign by Nazi-dominated Denmark. Hitler has ,

it seems apparent that the British never shown any liking for being ousted "

either underestimated the German power, from some desirable spot, and the recent 1 :L-! :

or overestimated the effectiveness of their extension of a protecting arm by the United ."" ., j
allies. It was felt in military circles that States around Greenland might form the y --------M-L? .[. ,h > : 0

Yugoslavia, with the aid of her difficult root of trouble later. > v :: :, : Most
terrain, should be able to last many weeks- It seems almost inevitable that the : \ '

t she actually fell in 13 days, and long before United States will enter the war sooner or k
the end her armies were in swift retreat later. If we are not drawn in by the sinking Knows SMOOTH\

and were cut off from 'each other. It was of American ships by Germany, 'we will 2L r
felt that the mountainous country of Greece, most likely shoulder arms to defend the MELLOW

among the severest in the world, would slow principles laid down by James Monroe'in !
1 r the German mechanized advnr.je. Yet the his Doctrine. JAX BEER

German small tanks went over precipitous Numerous "good-will" pan American

mountain passes' almost as easily as if they conferences have been held during the past e '. Florida seems new '

were traveling on roads, and the Greek several years, and President Roosevelt has t rt .- miraculous has its growl']

army found that personal valor could not done much to bring about a 'genuine spirit been during the past )

compensate for the immense superiority the of neighborliness among the Americas. If .rat I; s:, years. The glistening aspect a

Germans possessed in equipment. The same the other nations of this hemisphere are l? ,, y newbuildingsandnewtaN?

thing was true of the Anzac troops of General loyal to the United States, and are not ; hides its age. But o1J-time'

Wavell's army, which were transportedto honeycombed with fifth columnists:! and pro- e can tell you of the gay tout:

Greece from Africa. :Man for man, the Nazis, the Monroe Doctrine will help pre i CR .' at t f: ; life in the early eighticsofVt tM
reporters on the scene wrote, they were far serve the Americas. -SWITC; ara. famed Spa at Green Cot Letter than their German foes. But the But if Hitler, through the insidious u +r v Springs of'the rich screnin'

greatest of courage is a frail weapon indeed tactics used with such great degree of success 1 : '.'r } plantation life along the St.Johns.Time in its steady ur"

against a tank. in other conquests, should succeed in --' I has brought Florida to its present splendid stature.

On top of that, it is apparently true obtaining a foothold on this hemisphere, it .w, t z And Time too, plays its mellowing role in creatingsuperb tbtlt b

that, again, the Germans demonstrated a would be very easy for him to use our l goodness of JAX Beer choice American material .

far greater efficiency in, staff work. There neighbors to the south as a base of opera the skill of experienced American brewmasters. and Tin!
was no unified Allied command in the Balkans tions against the United States. '"' unhurried touch are combined to make JAX the fine ,cent

and the respective General Staffs had Few, if any, Americans will) deny the 1110 A -known and cherished by discerning Floridians since 19You'll

little opportunity for consultation and cooperative merits of the Monroe Doctrine, but neithercan SEE NAPE t ER like JAX, too you'Ulike its tasteits zest, tU tae
.
planning. As usual, the German they deny that it is the stuff of which Give yourself a refreshing treat. Try a bottle of JAX tod )

campaign was blueprinted to the last detail wars are made. It is a principle, and like S eer JAX BREWING COMPANY, Juku. vii Ie, Fl."<
and it went off according to schedule. other principles, if it is worth promulgating,
.l' There are critics in England well it is Lx
as worth
fighting for. The plua in tJw nation' attest airy, ,St AtigiuttV. about"
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MAY'9-1941




ftI\Y 9, 1941 BRADFORD OOOmr TEUEGRAPn, STARKK FLORIDA PACK TIIIUBB
." _
.... n

property described therein will be A. D. 1941. : iv: THIS CIRCUIT COVRT nv THRKK.HTII
( any hart thereof are hereby. required Certificate No. 16.1 Issued the 4th n TO. containing 40 Acres,. more
sold to the highest bidder at the (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas : JUIMCIll. riltCI IT, 2 .
Box court house door on the first Mon F11' Clrrult Court Bradford Coun HHAWORD COUNTY: KI.OKIII to appear and to make suchclaims day of August. A D. 1924 has ''r
Letter day In the month of June, 1941. ty, Florida. .* within thirty (DO) days fromthe filed same In my nfflce and has ) \: ......ment of the said prop-Is

which U the. 2nd day of June BRADFORD COrNTT, A POLITICAL date of the Flrnt. publication mad. alplrallol fur a tax deed! under the said ".rttcat.
of this notice for .. .. In the
1941. SUBDIVISION < as 1)'II.d by to be Said certificate was L
*v THH' 01'l'liI}
rmrriT COI-HT. RIRMTII Section 13, Laws of .
Chapter des1scribed
embraces th following I P.ek.Unl.
FAIR I Dated] this 80th day of April "I UU'. ,.. flHTIIT ttf KI.OHI.IV STATE OF FLORIDA.( AND W. Florida 1939, the 1301. BeverageDepartment t' ( shall b.
1I1S property In the County ..... said certificate J Jredeemed
HOWARDS: CHAIRMAN:
1941. M. T.
n\. ,
t A D FOR
.ITlOS Fla. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ( BRAUVORO ('. CHASTA1N, J. L. WYNN M. of Florida. Tallahassee. Bradford Slate of Florida, to-wlt: according te w.1 "PJ-
ro Lawtey. 'O( "'Y Florida, or all such rights and Interest N of SKVt Section 2 Twp. I described therein wil
6 1041 Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford fit \\(".:ItY O. HARRELL AND P. D REDDISH In and to said property shall 8. 1.. East, containing 40 acres, .pr..pety the highest bidder. the
May County, Florida. 6-3-41-,.6.23oimRit OIIDKR OP !IKIIIH XOTICK AS MEMBERS CoSlPRIS1NO I -.I oease and terminate.K. more or less. vourthous door on the first Mon
ENTIRR' BOARD OPfOUNTY
Telegraph nufu. TO APFKAH THE COMMISSIONERS) OF W. "Scarborough. The <>f the snld property I day In the. month of June, 1941,
F. a..p..n'.nt
or or Ptm.irATiov: Ulltlnc.. Director. State Beverage Depart- which Is the Snd, day tot JU"AV\
BRADFORD I ( A POLITICAL 1 ,
COUNTY .nd.r
aht
.NOTICK TO API'KtH rlalntltt. ment of Florida, Talah""L Flor sued .c.rllf"nl.} Dated this day prl. I
Fla. -V" SUBDIVISION OF Till, was In the 1:. :1"1 11"h.o
ke Th State of Florida to Willie Lucy lillIInlll'No. "IT STATE OF FI.OH1DA ida. 4-2. 613OIIIIKIt wnrds.Unless. Iam. \
: Mae Thomas, whose residence Jrh ''' i 3. Thomac. "
r In In SEAL A.
your OFFICIAL
Callow me space unknown: I I ..f..nd..nt. Petitioners _:arv said certificate shall ( ) radord!
leaae the taxpayers You are hereby notified THH STATK OF FLORID,': .- rtK lt III.1C \TIOVVOTIfK redeemed' according to law. the Clerk ff t'lrrul Court of ? I II
to speak to of complaint for divorce that hill I To: Lucy H. Blllln ". whose rltlence Vonda Inman a widow TO .\'I'\t property described th..r..l, wilt County. Florida 4-1 ni-I f
vital and due I
ir a Defendants.NOTICIO The sol.i ,
County on ''affidavit for thin order. Is unknown. State of Charli,aMerrlam to the highest at b.1 r
Bradford beingpulled filed In the Circuit Court has of Brad been It la herhy you IV KMIMQVT UOMtIVPHOCKKItlNU 111 West IMHh Street, New courthouse door on the first TO. WHOM IT to \YTAKB f'O (FnN. '
th at Is now ford County Florida In are required: to appntr, donthlahte 2nd \ You are hereby day In the month of June, 11141, NOTICW THAT ,
lion our :Board of County Joseph Benjamin. a Thomas cau.ewh..r..ln day of June, A. 1). 1841 before h IN THE NAME OF THE STATE gMI.f'thatY' of complaint for which Is he 2nd., day of June ModH A Ford Sedan Engine No
I
hem by Is Plaintiff and Willie Mae above entltle-1 court, to the bill OF FLORIDA.TO .due .affidavit tot this hearing 1941 Tat; No '
mlll loner Is defendant. and you ThomA" of complaint, filed again*! you In ALL WHOM IT MAY CON order has been fll.,1 In the Circuit Dated tII 21st.. day of April, A-I9. an appraised I'' .
number or: years the to In said are required the above entitled cHui-e; and THK CERN i Court of Bradford, County Florida, I, 11.11. than $1.000, was seined In
or a Countynly 2nd appear 1941. Bradford cause on June BKAUFORn CDITNTY TKLKURAPII AND to Vonda Inman, a wltiow In a cause wherein Violet MerrlnmIs IOKFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Hradftird County, Florida. March,

Roads of thl. U. designated. an County the Telegraph l I" hereby doiilirnatod a.. the New,,> whose. place of residence In Starke, Plaintiff .and Charles. Merriam .Is Clerk of I'lr"11 Court of "r"U"i I. I 4I I. for used. In viola-.
the supervision of a In which this. order newspaper Paper In which order hal! be Florida; Defendant and you are hereby required County, 4.1 4 6lflIVOTK I offH..c bln.Chapter J3clt
shall ;
bepublished tl.w' ton Pi {
under Trustees whoIS .. publlRhvd onee tcon..rutivA four And to all persons having orclaiming to appear in mild cause on of Florida, !
once a week for : ::
four
of Bond consecutive weeks weeks. I, any right, title. Interest, June 2nd, 1941. Bradford County .K ov ., U the Intention of 3r..n\Hearbrouih. -
compensa tlon. Dur- return date. prior to laid WITNESS my hand and the seal estate, mortgage or other Men to Telegraph la designated as thenewspaper run Ttx rr..lr.0' Director of Bev
IIKKIIMenat :
without( I of thl. court lor on that certain. parcel of land which this notice of Florida, Tallahassee
administration of Witness 'my hand and official Bt Starke.!: Florid.... ( Illll %... l erag Department"
tile last seal at Starke. Florida, I" the this 0th day. f>f April A. I>. 1941 : In Bradford County "Florida which shall be pubt..h..t. once a week for : IS IIH.RKBY.InNOTll'l IIIVEN, Florida, to veil the propertyahuv ,
was (OFFICIAL Is Included In that part of State four weeks prior to sale at
the question 23 dp.y of April. A. D. f941 I SEAL) A. J. Thomas Vlnlng' holder of Tax d."rlb..d atpubllq
niB8loners Road No. 261 designated "Project said at
Clerk of as return date. "
the Circuit Court. tho 1'ourthouse, tarll.
Bond (OFFICIAL Certificate No. 'Iorlda
the SEAL) A. J. Thomas : 7, Issued the 4th
abolish 6S21" located. surveyedand Witness hand and official .
John J. as
UP to Clerk Circuit Court Henderson my day of July A. 1>. 19'IN has filedsame 10:0: A. M. on May 27.
no Bradford : platted by the State. Hoad seal at Starke Florida this th Department.
1 were receiving County.. Florida.IV Plaintiffs Attorney In office and made I Th. State Ueverag
, who to theM 5-*-41-523OTICH Department of the Ktate of Florida. 21st dav of April, A. D. 1941. application my for a tax hal. tn heInmed of Io'iorldl reserves th* right tu
gl\lng their jobs -- and shown by right of way map (OFFICIAL SHAD: A. J. Thomns.Clerk I thereon. Snld ., reject any and all bids.
end Commissioners THR CIRCriT ("O.T. KlnilTII thereof on file I In the office. of the I Circuit Court Bradford embraces .rtfl.at.1 All i>ersoi s claiming any right orInt.r.t
of County .n'u.<', \L ciiuiir 0.. .'1.0111. !\ OF INrKN'TlrcV. TO Clerk of the Circuit Court In and' County 616OIIIIRII th. following In or to ...Id1rop.rl or
receiving $30 per month 1>\. IV AMI FOK IlltADKOIll "I'PIV TO ...:........% |'| UK for Bradford County, Florida, andIn i 1'101'1< 4-2 4 property Ih. County any thereof hereby,rc- '
I ford. State of Florida part "I'
were affairs (; OK Fl.011111 % TO rs'' LOLOlt accordance with the Petitionfiled : to.wl: qulr appear to make such ."
'
after the County 01'1I'ryI'V WlM'.rib ...,'V entitled OK IM iii.ic vnov NW'4 "f 1 ,. l
In the above
ell \\TKHYOHUKIl cause I IW' : T""n- olalniM within thirty (20) day
Z question waa placed bete Of "KKIl' .t3 >OTlrH Notice Is h..r.byrlv..n to all by Bradford County, a pnlltlcalxubdlvlslon I I ...The_. NOTION. TO AI'llgAI eIVardJ..nry .- shin t Range 1 1.1. from Ih. of th* first publication ,
whom Htatn of o"ta
last elec.end TO APPU.IK it may concern that the unnerslirned -of the Stale of Florida. 1lnrld" Acres, more or less.The as provided for "
voters in the John W. Buford, Intends to apply for et ., against each of i I K.ly, r..hl.n'e Is assessment "( the said prop by Suction II. Chapter Law* ;
voted to abolish the Plaintiff, the Lea-lclature of Florida to pans you a..seeking to l: j.ndt,, public arehereby notified erty under the said certificate Issued .- of Florida, 1939. to the 11S01. Beverage .'.
I they that bill I of cmiiitlulnt
at the regular *exlon held In 11)41a ) I1 for wns In the imnin of TallahuKHi'H
-vs- road and < '* said I I I't Ulknown. Department of Florida -
, which Bill was passed special or local law : w.rllft.I'I'-i; ;, and due affidavit for order Unless said ..
| tw8 Nettle Lou Buford concerning parcel of 1 r and (.rlflr"l. .1.1 lorld. or all such right
has been filed In the Circuit Court:
session of the present Defendant. i Bradford County, which law Inuhxlance being In Bradford County Florida. rndnemed the and In er..t to saUt property
he first THH STATE OF FLORIDA Is: allot more particularly described as. :I of Bradford. Coun'f' Florida, In araustt property described therein: be hall cease and terminate.W. .
Bond Trustees : AdelaideKelly :: \\I : .I
'
s ra
Jature and the To Nertle Lou litifnrd. whose An Act ratlfvlnff" and conflrmInw follows: sold to 1 the highest bidder I thrnurthoiiHn W. Sosrbrough..
ORI>KH OP I'flll.1CTION Chapter 17834 Arts of 18.17; 1 Is the plaintiff and Edward door on I he first Moilduv I IilreUor Beverag* Department vj.
. been abolished.urtt Lnws of Florida I (a) A parcel of land described Henry Kelly the and In tIRte
-\OTIfK TO relating to salarles .1.'f..n.llnt. the month uf June, 11)41 of Tallahassee Florliliv. .
behind the abolishment The State of }Florida AIM'K\U to Alicia of County: rommlxHlonrrs: o? as Commencing; on th Easthnimdnry I you are hereby r"'lllr..d' alppar which U the 2nd' day. of June, Flol'lda 4-21 fit. 82op
HriKlforil o( XKVt of H\Wi ofSee. In said cause on 2, 1941. 1941.:
a notice In the papers waiters, whose residence< 1 Ie un County, Florida; and provldlnir ; 2(1.( Township II South, R. ]I ford County Telegraph. Is ,'
ewes known: You are hereby notified I t : for expenses I lo be paid d..I.- Dnted thin Jlst, day of '
would be Introduced to members of nnl bill .
, t that hill of complaint for divorce I North 01 the HE,
corner I thin shall b once TO AI'PUAHTh
the County Commissioners and due affidavit for this order i Iin connection twenty with dollars per month, thence, North R9 d'.lr.thPI'e..t'l' ...re..r four ..on.. .luhl..hu.1 weeks (OFFICIAL SEAL) J. Thomas: stal* of Florida to.Peter D.
the I
ay month extra has been filed In the Circuit Courtof roiid work In the supervisionof West Ion..12 r..t>t to Km; lion I I prior to suld rctm'n date.Witness Clerk of circuit' 'ourt of HrmlfordCounty whose ...hle"c. l I. "Sun Ra
sum of $20 per Bradford County, Florida In I I the County. districts of 118-4-00 of the centerllne of "StateRorid my hnml and offl.111 1..I..h.. : 41 t!-lttM1TICII r..1 Ilu'n.. jlutel, 4V..t 45th "Ir..et,

look after the roads Jn this a cause wherein Seba Stephen Walters Hoard of County Commissioners 261, Project r.foH l ; thence seal at Slarke, Florida, York New York b
is-will the In plaintiff and Alicia Walters ..f Bradford Smith 0 degrees 10'.t 4110fe..t April. A. D. 1941. Ol'' tIM-l ICTIOVKOH r.wh YC notified that 1 y'
-ty. The question la defendant and you are hereby County Florida. for POINT OF BEniNnlng :(rIA: 'r\SHAD A. J. Thnman.Clerk TlHIlKIt 'lllalnt far ,tvor.." .n.1 du
payer* of this County allow required to appear In vntd causeon By: ; thence continue Houtu 0 Court, lluUO (..enme Illll No. I till fllMvl o.t.r b*.,n S '*i
) tricks to be June 2nd, 1041. Bradford County W. M. Edward Chairman. degrees 10' 600 feet. ; rlda.-By Kelly' 01'll'J I IS IIKItKMY (IIVTM. th. Circuit of Bradford t tel *\
*. ;
n, high-handed Telegraph. U. designated as Ihenew"pap..r 6-2--6t--6-30 thence, South 9..t1p P" 611'Kuxt : J..all' 4t 6lttNOTH Thnt I.lnh'I, h.h"'r of TaxVrtiriial County, Florida, In a jiiEor. Irt1
lcd on them by their County : In which this order 350 feet; theme North Vc ( Imitied. the 7th., wherein (:leraldlnv Burns II.'a th* **
: shall ba published once a week 0 degrees 10' Unst. (00 feet ; ilny of July A. D, 1930 hits, filedsume plaintiff and I'uter D. Hums the k *
imlssloners? for four consecutive weeks prior TIIR ("'II'II'.' corirr or TIIM thenceNorlh N9 degrees. 50' West I! (\IMMIC\TION In my office and hns mud* defendant, and you are hereby r_ .
do not approve of this 10 said return date. .Witness my I I 1'\1 II.IITII Jiimiti. < IIKII'i'. 350 feet to the point of beginning KOII TDIII. : : nmillcatlon' for n tax dutid to bnulled qiilrni, to appear In said cau..* on m
Illll 'n. :
Ornate
you with our residence Is. unknown. IIIC.\III-- tt get in touch It Is hereby ordered thnt you BltAI >KUKI> t Ol'NTY n part of NKVJ: of N\V, of 1M JEHI.IY HIVKV, tinfallowing I describedProporty CUUII. Telegraph In designated
iresentatlve and Senator and ace: required to appear on the 2nd : Kl'HDIVISION, tJoI'hI111'A'rJo ;? S..ctlon35, TowiiHliIp a rlt uth, That H. B. hol..r of TuxCertificate In th* Couiitv of Bradford newspaper In which
day o* June A. D.. 1841 before th. : OF KI.OKIIIA, AND \V.M. Itunge 22 Knst. and 1 containing No. 24!), "" : the: 2nil Stnla of Florida, to-wlt :; this order shall b* publlshsd one*
thaI they do not put through above entitled court to the bill of 'KlVAUI>rt, C1IAIHMAN, T.C. 401 acres, more nr .lens; ALSO I day of August A. D. IIU7, has filed N"j' of SIOH N of River Herllon a, wall for four consvctitlv* weeks
such legislation on us at complaint filed against you In tha !. rilAHTAl.V, J. L. WYNN. Si.O. above entitled cause; and Till 13, HAHHI-iI, I> KKDlilSll nil Commencing on the East, application fur a tsx deed to he more or less.The my hand and, official seal at
time. BRADFORD COUNTY TELUURAPll: AS : fluf.;; : CoSlr'HISINH :1 boundary of d'4 KE<4 ofSKVi Issued thereon. Snld certificatefinhmcea iiHHMMsmeiit. of the snld properly Htarke., Florida thla th* 1th day
understanding that it la hereby designated as the newspaper THK K.VTIKH T1OAIIH OF : of: (Section': Id.t Township, I the following descrln! >d under the said rnrllflcnte Issued of April, A, D. 1941.OKfrH.'IAL .
It my In which this order shall. h., COUNTY COSI.MISSIONEItS;; OFIIKAI 6 South Range 22 I Eant, at a property In th.. t'oUlly of Brail- ,I wns In I the niima of EtnplraLumber ( ; HltiAD A. 3. Thomas,

necessary! that all local bills published once a week for fourconsecutive >FURI1 COl'NTY, A Nt'IUII- point 942 feet North, of the HI' ford Stilts of J; O hl. : \ t'OIIUllY.lnh''M Clerk t'lr"11 Court, BradfordCounly
advertised for a period weeks. VISION OK THK STATE OFFLOH1DA. corner thereof! thence North Lots 6, 6, 7. 9 fif iW\t41 and .... ( 'I'lltl..I" shall bel 4-111 4t 8OIIDKIt ,1
U be WITNESS my hand and the seal K9 degrees. 60' West. l'lfltl.79: feet Lots, 10, 11, 12 of Blk 16 I..h..1 l ",..... law the _
10 days before Introduction and of this court at BtHrke, Florida, l'ETITIONEnS to station 141-4-50 of the centerline Sec. 19 Towimhlp 7 Huuth, BanKe. property ,1."rl",1 I here In wil be : ttV Pflll.lrATlOVMOTUM
this 30th day of April A. D. 22 East. sold the hlghvvt. bidder the
!such Is the case there Is no 1941. -vs- of State Roiid 2ill I. Project TO A PPM AM
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Andrew Larson and Mary Doe Lur. 6521 : thence North 0 degrees Thn ansesument of the, said property courthouse donr on tha first Moulin The state of Florida to "'
t that this bill will hold, as Clerk of the Circuit Court son, his wife. I O' East. 405 feet for POINT OFREdlNNlMO under the said certificate. Issued v In I tliH motuli of June, 1941, whoa resldono la rolneII.wa..l.

first notice was placed in the John. J. Henderson, Defendants.OTIOK : : theni-e continue wns In the name of A. A. which Is the ln", dny of June, kno"u : You -ar* hereby notified]
Plaintiffs Attorn..y.524t623. \ 1% K>II> KVT 1>OMIVI.V North 0 degrees 10' Enst 230: I"Unllall. IUI. th.t of complaint for divorce
graph on May 3, 1941 and "IIO"U." 0" feet, more or I.*HH, to the North ... HflM, certificate shall he Dated this Idllv, day, of April and rill* affidavit for thla order
legislature la to adjourn'about' THR NAME OF 1HE3 STATE boundary: of said S>4 of HlOVi! redeemed according to low the 1941. A. J, Thomas. has lieen filed In the Circuit Court
iv THR nncriT rornr OF THHRKillTII OF FLOIU itA. of SK >4l I thence Easterly along property described therein will he ,IIFII'Af. SEAL) (.t"k.f Cir of Bradford County Florida, In a '
first of June. J lIMrit. CIIK-1 ..... TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON said North boundary 600 f"et | sold to I he. highest bidder at th. of 11..dto." (:ollly.I..rld. cause wherein Ralph Stewart lath

lowever, get behind your< repmtatlves DIIAUFO..D rorvTY. FI.IMIII>\ CERN: thenca South 0 degrees 10' Went courthouse dour on the first Monday 4.1 4t t-t plaintiff and Caroline Stewart
BRADFORD COUNTY. A POLITICAL AMU to Andrew Larson and !Mary 90 feet more or less: thence in the month of June, IIMI, the d..ren".nt..n you are
and save court costs SUBDIVISION OF THHSTATK Doe Larson his wife, whose Place North 89 degrees 60' West 100 which Is the 2nd., day. of June, NOTICM OP APPLICATIONfOlt hereby: required to appear In said
this matter and let's save this OF FLORIDA, AND W. of residence la. Garden City: Long; feet; thenre South 0 degrees 10' 1941.: TIMOI'UI cause nn th* Snd day of June,

EDWARDS: CHAIRMAN, T. Island, N. Y.: \Vest 200 feoti: thenre North 89degrees Dated thl 94th day of April (.enal.. Illll W. lll.1t 1941. Bradford County Telegraph,
n expense. C.'CHASTAIN, J. L. WYNN M. And to all persona having or BO' West 500 feet to NOTICE IS 1II5IIKMV .IVI'N.: designated as the newspaper, In

Respectfully, O HAHKKI.L AND P. D. REDDISH : claiming any right, title, Interest point of beginning I said parcel 14.g( I A SEAL A. Thomas. That U A. Davis, holder whlcl thl* order .hal pub
AS MEMBERS: COMPRIS- estate, mortgage or other Hen tc of land being a part of S>. of ; of Circuit I .J Bradford Certificate No. 131. Issued the 6th.. 0110 a week four consecutive .
O. J. Phillips. INn THE ENTIRE BOARD OF or on that certain parcel of land SEV4 of SE44\ of snld section 26 County .. \ 41 616NOTICH day of August A. D. 1929, has filed; weeks prior to said return
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF In B i'ad ford County. Florida which- and containing 2.71 acres, more 1Iorld. 4-1 same In my office and has made dat*. Witness. my hand and
BRADFORD COITNTY, A POLITICAL I Is Included In that part of State or I...... application for a tax deed tn be official seal a t Starke" Florida
eds Filed I SUBDIVISION OF THE Road. No. 2(1 designated as "Pro You, and each of you, are hereby OK "I PMCTIOV Issued. thereon.. Huld certificate this the llth day of April.. A. D.
STATE OF FLORIDA ject 6521", as. located, surveyed commanded to ba and appear In FOIl TAX DKKIIVenal embraces the following described .
' Petitioners, and platted by the State Hoad the Circuit Court In and for Brad- ( Hill IM.. ItW) property In thn 1 Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas <
; roflt
A. :Brtnson and Marcus .v. Department of the State of Florida I ford County! Florida. at the office. NOTICE IS HEUKI1V Htals, of Florida, Clerk Clrrult Court Bradford I ICounty.

iwn and Florence B. Brown, F.// Luclna M. 'Clark and shown by right of way Of the Clerk of said Court In the That E, A. Rdwardu, holder OIVfJf. HF.tj of HMH Her II Twn 1 Florida._4-11 4r 11-&
Defendant.NOTICE map thereof on file In the office <"ltvFlorida- of Starke.- Bradford County.
e.t to Carl Johns and !: i* KWIVKUT DOMAINPHOCREDINOl of the Clerk of the Clr.ult Court \ on or 'b.tti..euthe 2nd day

:lma R. Johns April 29;'' Kate : / In and for Bradford County Florida of June, A. D. 1941, to show what
IN THE NAME: OF THE STATE and In accordance with the right title. Interest or lien :you
tojston J. M. Truby and Angle OF FLORIDA. Petition filed In the above entitled or any of :you, have In and to any

Steinberg, to Dan Boree April TO ALL WHOM IT 'MAY CON- cause by Bradford County a- political of said. above described parcels
CERN: subdivision o( the State of of land and to show cause why
A B. Terrill and wife. Nora AND to Lllclna .1\r. Clark whose Florida et al., against :you, and the same should not be taken for When the task seems

Terrill to Eva Mae Thomas, place of residence la Starke. Flori each of you, seeking to condemn the uses and purposes set forth In j jlong.
for public road and highway purposes said Petition to-wlt: for a section
y 2; W, H. Edwards and Eula da.And to all persona havtnir or said parcel of land situate. or. portion of "State Road No. 261,

Edwards his wife to E. W. claiming: any right, title Interest lying and being In Bradford County designated. as Project 6621 as located
state mortgage or other lien to Florida, and more particularly surveyed and shown on said '
iklni, May 2; Eva Mae Thomas or on that certain parrel of land described as follows: pr plat hereinabove referredto pause and J

A. J. Thomas her husband In Bradford County, Florida, which That portion of the following described or default may be enteredagainst
Is Included In that part of Slate parcel of land, to-wlttt: you.WITNESS '
Cattle D. Gay, May 3. Road No. 261 designated. as "Pro Commencing on the Hast hound- : my hand as. Clerk of .

ject 6621", as located, surveyed ary of ISK'i of SBH of Section I the Circuit court In and for Bradford ,
'THB CIRCriT COtTRT FOR and platted by the State Road 28, Township 8 South, Range" 13 County Florida and the seal
?II K' HTH Jf'niCIAt, CIKIIT Department of the State of Fla., East at a point 94 2R feet. North of said Court, this the 30th day *
OP FI.ORID4. I'V AND : and shown bv right of w... m." of the HK corner thereof; thence of April, A. D. 1941 at Starke InBradford jft *

"R RH'D"'ORO' C01JNTT.IN thereof on file In the office of North 89 degrees. BO' West, 1308.. County, Florida: <
U'InRY: : the Clerk of the Circuit Court In I II 79 feet to Station. 141-4-60 of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.: Thomas :

ld Rlrhard WIck, and for Bradford County Florida : centerllne of State Road 261, Project Clerk of the Circuit Court In and ,,

PlalnUtt. I and In accordance with. the Petition \ B621 ; thence N-Vbl;:: degrees. for Bradford County, Florida.. ;
filed In the above entitled 10' East 405 feet OF T. Frank. Landrum
\\1:';. I I1 I causa by Bradford County a political HEn INNINO! th..nf. .">nttnite Attorney fur Petitioner
of North 0 degrees 10' East 700 feet; >
Defendant. subdivision of the State 8TATB OF FLORIDA
Divorce I ,,'lorlda. et al., against you and thence South H9 degrees t>., bust COUNTY OF BRADFORD :

ORDER TO APPKAR I each of you seeking to condemn 400 feet; thence North 0 degrees I, A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the .
r. TATE op FLORIDA! I for public road and highway purpose" 10' Kast 100 feet; thenre B. 89 degrees Circuit Conrt of the Eighth: Judicial
0: Ollv. Wick. 8RlI Elb.rt Lane. said parcel of land situate, 60' East 400 feet: thence Circuit In and for Bradford
havon. N.w yorK lying- and being In Bradford County North 0 degrees 10' East 100 feet; County, Florida do hereby certify 11
II!!,.1he'eby'; ordered that you Florida and more particularly thence South 89 degrees 60' East I that the above and foregoing I.a Is .\ ', '. .
"*l lrj( to appear on the 2nd described as follows: S46 feet; thence South 0 degrees true and correct copy of the
or. f.'VS' 1941, before the A parcel of land described as 10' West 30 feet; thence North Notice In Eminent Domain Proceedings .
v. "''i l. Com?J'nt' tiled talnst you Jn of Bt4 of 8EV4 of 8EV4 of Hectlon thence 0 degree* 10' West April. A. H. 1941, In the case of

cau.! *. and "Th Bradnewspaper 27, Township South. .atnf1'.r: 22 70 feet; thence .North 89 degrees Bradford County, a political subdivision -
Counly Tel"lII'raph". I. hereby East, at a point 570.06 SO' West 100 feet; thence. Mouth of the 8tal of Florida. ,
Irnlt.d aa the Jn of the SW corner thereof; thence 0 degrees 10 West 100 feet. ; and W. M Edwards, Chairman, T.C. .
lrb Ihll order "hal1 be Published South 89 degrees 50' East. 451.66 thence North 89 degrees 60' West Chastafn.' J L. Wynn, M. O.Harrell .
a.....k tor tour <(4) conaecuJu'0 feetj: thence North 0 degrees. 10' 200 feet; thence 14 0 u thO.degrees and P. D. Reddish. as members
.. .
.k" Eaat 600 f..et; thence North 89 degrees I 10 West 300 feet; comprlnlng" the entire Board
;IT EltI! IhI! HonorablA A. Z" 80' West SOO feet ; thence. thenre. North 89 degrees 60' West of County Commissioners of Hrad.ford
Inl .. thu Court North 0 degrees. 10' East 100 feet; 100 feet: thence South 0 degrees I County a political" ..UbdIVI..1
lb. lI'al or Ihl... Court. In the thence North 89 de 'rees 50' West 10 West 200 feet ; thence North i I Ion of the State) of "
or IIIark... Bradtord Coanty. 156.24 feet to the West boundary 89 degrees 60' West 100 feet; I tioners, Vs. Vonda Inman, a widow
rid.. 'hi. lot n..y ot May. 1941. of said EMi of SE'/i of ,HKfcii. : thence South O degrees 10' West Defendant as the sanm appears on
RCIIT COtRT SEAL) thence South along said West 200 feet; thence North 89 degrees file In this. office.
A. J. Thoma. boundary 700.35 feet to a point 60' West BOO feet to point of beginning WITNESS my hand and officialseal

'kcOf Ih. ('Irrult Court. Brad. of beginning" ; said parcel of land which lies. within N", at "Starke.' liradford County,
"d Florida. being a part of said E' I of 8EV4 of SK>4 of 8E>,4 of Section 2*. Florida, this 30th day of April,
R... 6 ,Mouth, llange 22
', of HEW: and containing 6.57 acr..e.more Township A. ft. 1941.
1 rn.y for Plalnllff. or less.Vou. Ea.t (COFJo'ICIAI.lEI./ .) A. J. Thomas
II.rn..1t Sat. Bk. RUIII'., and .earn of you are hereby You, and each'"Of you are hereby As Clerk Circuit Court, Brad font
konvlII., Florida. 1I.2-oH..II-23 commanded to be fnnd appear commanded to be and appear In County, Florida.. B-2--5t-B-80
In and for Brad
Court
In. the Circuit Court for the Circuit
Florida, at the ford County Florida, at the offl.'eof -
TMI'': ( Bradford County! ,
'IRCIIT 'I
( rOl'nT. EIOIITII office of the Clerk of said Court, the Clerk of said Court, In the THRiun ir roriiT. r.iniiTii'ji
1\1)(0\1.\ I*
UIIf'I.T OF F'.nl. of utarke, Bradford City of Starke. Bradford County, .....
.\'loll .' In the City : : ni< in. iiiidir OK
O 0.' DII.VFOIIODt.R before the Florida, on or before the 2nd dyof (11..1
County Florida, on or .n ,. IV AMI KOH' 1IU1IJK< I
June A. D. 1941. to June A. 1>. 1941, to show what -
2nd day ,
(. (;ot; TY.
( .. .r show hatf right, title. Interest or right title Interest or lien you, ('II' CF.IIY
NOTICB Hen you or any of you have In or any of you, have In.1a to .any Margaret Dukes, I
I II. IfAPPE.R and to any of said above described, I of said above described I parcels thesame of Plaintiff,
Plaintiff parcels of land and to show cau..ewhy land and to show cause why .v- No. not
be taken. for the
.
the same should not he taken should not Dukes
Lester
< Cr"i' No "23H for the uses and purposes set. forthIn' lines and purposes set forth In said Defendant.oitnKrt .

1>."n.1Ant aald Petition to.wlt! tnr a section Petition, to-wlt : for a section nr ot sKRVirnNOTICH : I
Po IITATF. or portion of State Road No. portion of State Roiid No. 2U.l : TO APPEAR
01" Ff.ORIDA
" 261, designated as Project 6521, as designated Project ,J521 as located Th. Htate. of Fli.rldatTo
? CAJ*' wno" address Is located surveyed and shown on surveyed and shown on said Lester Dukes whose residence i iIs

.'.rnia ue, lx>8 Angeles, said map or plat hereinabove. referred pr plat hereinabove referredto. Fltigerald. (. 'r I I

,t.r] .l>y ordered. to or default may T>e entered or default may be enteredWITNKM.S It Is hereby. ordered that you are
Ji that you areAiA ( I the 2n 10 against you. al : required to appear on
Jun.. nn th.. nd day WITNESS my hand. as. Clerk of my hand as Clerk of day of June A. l> 141 before the
y 1941 before the the Circuit Court In and for Bradford the Circuit Court In and for Bradford above entitled court, to the bill of
.: lftlnt .c"ur to the bill County Florida, and the seal County, Florida and the seal complaint. flld against you In the
rll..d of
1 altaln.t1 In this the 30th day of said Court this the 10lh day < and 'The
of said Court above entitled cau i;
JOc en tit It. *'' rauae an.. the of April A. D. 1941. at Starke. Ill April. A. D. 1941. at Starke, InBradford Bradford County Telegraph" I I.
: OUnl .
hrnated T..I.graph I. her.- Bradford County Florida. County, Florida.OFFICIAL I hereby designated at the newspaper.
:b Ihi. offlor a" Ih.. new..pap.r In (OFFICIAL SEAL! A. J. Thomas ( SEAL) A. J. Thomasflerk In which this ..r..r shall be pub1llshed I
.hall Circuit Court In and
be In and of th.
publl.h..d Court
Circuit Four
for
of the a con1secutlve
Clerk once I
k.a .ek tor Florida,
4 con..cutlve I for Bradford County Florida. for Bradford (County weeks. "'

ES" T. Frank LandrumAttorney T. Frank Landrum Witness my hand and th.. seal
1 my hand and the ".all for Petitioner. Attorney for petitioner. *. of this court at Itarke. Florida
l ciurt: ..t at jilI"rk.., -..lor II) "HTATB OF FLORIDA HTATB OF FLORIDA this 22nd., day of A. It.oVpiciAr. m
'PIC'IAL : April.A. A. n. U41.k OF BRADFORD COUNTY OF BRADFORD for ice-cold Coca-Cola
i< COUNTY
A refreshing
EAL
J. Thomas of tne. of theCircuit' pause tffAi
of I A. J. Thomas, Clerk i A. J. Thomas, Clerk SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Frank Lae Clreult Court.riaTniVfrr.ttorney.. I Circuit Court of the Eighth: Judicial Court ot the Eighth Judicial Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Circuit in and for Bradford County Circuit In and for Bradford (-has. R. Hesn, Jacksonville. Fla. lightens any task With ice-cold bottles of

: Florida do hereby certify thai t'ounty, Flo.lda. do hereby certify Plaintiff* Attorney. 4.2 4t /.J
B-2-5t-5-30 the above and foregoing Is a true that the above and foregoing Is I.a '-

11('F. or and correct copy Clf Proceedings the Notice Issued inEminent true and correct omaln copy of Proieedlngs the- TO WHOM IT V rO CKII I Coca-Cola in your refrigerator, you have delicious

T 'PP"'C\T'O FOR Domain of April. A. Notice In Eminent. the 20th day ( TAKE NOTICE THAT one m internatlonal -
r
\: n.u0T1 the aoth day Issued on
"". .. on ot BradtordCoun'y. In th. case of Tru<'k. :n.ln. No. II.n'lcli''r'.V refreshment within reach when
ca.e I*. 1941.
"'B "I" %..- 18.') D. 1941. In th. nt nf April A. i Ve- easy
''i T J hi. ['':REOY o OIVE.V. .. political eubdlvl..lnn 11.Edward. Bradford County a. political sub. bNr'4-oT'74W anappral..1

5.rllfl'| .M""*"! holder o* the tltat. ot Florida,T.anl C. W. .' division- of the State. Chairman of Florida T., I value of le...s than ".000 hot tired or So when
day 110' Issued he ., Chairman. H.rr.1and' and0 \t. Edwards. .." In Bradford County, you are thirsty. you
of O. 31. O.
Wynn
tll. AUlru.t. .r I.. \Vynn.ol. .' fountain.. J L.
A. n. 1137 taln April 9. 1941, for being
. suiia" !. .am. In my office and, P: D. H"ddl..h.. a. Ooard m.mber.ot llarrell and P. D. It.ddl."r as Board members I I used FI..rI41. violation of Section *. throughout the day It ffie T nt
re
| ..ntlre pause
apPllration the comprUIng" pause male
t for 'omprleln"
tan ( of
h a I
..rl, .. Iu.d Comml..loner.. ot nradford of County Commissioners of IIr.d.tord Chapter I'JI. L. "Iorlda.
ther..on. Said County ...rIh. 1 J and the
eubdlvls- nt.n
r", P"ml".ce. the toll..lnlll'8'&Qf"Aru".rt ('ounty. a political Florida.IIub.llvl..ton p"fltlon r.. of"County.altale a political of Florida, Petl"ners. of W. "arborou..h. that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola.
In th. County Slat.. ot the of
ve.t..ndant. and the Xtat*
Hlate ot Florida, to. v.. Luclna !ot. Clark. a widow. { v.. Andrew Lar.on Tallahassee. to
on te- IIIrlda.
th" .am. appear Doe Larson, hi* wife. VI.rld"

: .t....Jirl'.,tl"n':', .. E1i nt NW14 ot tI1WII.FN. a.': :::ilcnd and oW"lal Mary f..nd..t... as th. ._. me appear onofflc. : UP the.propurry sal* at th*"Courthouse,
18 thl.
.
'II. Townahlp 8 fll. In "arke, Florida at 10:00: A. M. on
21 .. Br.dtord Counly. m) han" and( offl..laI, BOTTLED AUTHORITY or TIII COMPANY BY
'tarll. WJTNJo-tS
arro-nmK" Ea.t. cont.lnln. ...al at A.D. M..., L-NDER COAOL
.. or I.... Florida thl. 80th da, ot April. ,..al at 8t re, flradford Ac1u1n1' The Sta'te'Ve'verBg* Department of
', .1Il"nt of the .ald 1941. Florida. thle luth .ay of the right to re
""e pro. J Th omaa" reserves STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
A Floria.
the aald cerUtlcate COFFICIAL SEAL) and all bid.
Bradford FVI iAL A J. Thoma"* I
II Court. BEAD
1II"h"IL the Clerk, Clrrult right orInterest
name of Or..n any
..... FlorIda 1Z-6t-1I..30 CI.rk Clr.,,, ,, Court, Bra.dford All person .Ialmne or .
... ..Id County and official ....a I at Htar..... a. Florida. I. 1-1. In properly
c..rtltleat. +. hand County,
... of April,
:ordln. to 45-1 the Florida. Uli. the 28th day



'"" : "

MAY 9- 1941TAGB

I

raCS'iP!' fi FOlTtt HltAUtoKU COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STABKB. FLORIDA FRID.\y, IIL'-Y' st ,


Bridge-Luncheon LONG DISTANCE CALLS All Circles of W. S. C.: S. W. White Invited the
Illi SOCIETY and CLUBS INDUSTRYContinued meet with her In circle
t For Afternoon Club ARE BOOMING Met Monday AfternoonMrs. During the June
sOCial
From Page One) Mrs. baJ.t.hc!,
Mra. II. C. Ruth and MJ-s. D. ( S. A, Weldon was hostess Matthews served Plnea 1

t 4 Auxiliary to Enjoy Baptist Circle Meets Birthday Party A. Monteith were Joint hostesses Gamce. St. Augustine; Miss Edna Monday afternoon to Circle Num- The sherbert circle and was cake to her g *

T '* ,All-Day Meeting Circle No. 2 of the Baptist For Florence Brown Wednesday at a bridge luncheon Hemerly, St. Augustine; Miss t ber One of the Woman's Society I a visitor Mrs.pleased c. D to ?,""!

Miss Mar- of Christian Service of the Methodist of 1CJttel1!
Starke
members Keene ; Daytona
when entertained Carolyn Beach.
;M The Ladles' Auxiliary of the W. M. S. met Monday afternoon Florence Brown, daughter of they

". 11 Presbyterian Church will enjoy with Mrs. A. M. Richarde at the Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown, was of the Monday night bridge club garet Land, West Palm Beach; church. Fragrant honey Circle Number Tin*.
t members and and a few friends, at the! summer Miss Vivian Martin, West Palm suckle andother spring flowers Mrs. Sam Anderson
State Farm. Six six old and her aDd
r'r' an all-day meeting and covered years on Monday Hogan Smith ::1//
vases
'Ritch Miss Melba: Moody, were arranged in bowls and were
homo of Mrs. on Klngsley Beach ; co-hOll
!
dish luncheon next Tuesday at the two visitor were present.Mrs I parents gave her a lovely party, to Circle Three, at
leader Lake. The flower used by the Starke; Miss Dorothy :McDan el, in the large living room where the goes
W. B. Alexander, the
r country home of Mr*. R. F. Clark. which was enjoyed by a large seated. former 0 n Cherry
Me- the
', The members will spend the conducted the devotional, cboos- number of little I folks, who hostesses for decoration w erelarki'pul' St. Augustine; Mlsa Blllte guests were where a variety of flower Slh

tt day sewing on new Blip covers big for her topic, "Jesus Declares brought beautiful gifts for this sweetpeas, calendulaand Elyea, Palatka; Miss Sara Nixon devotional Mrs. W. G.service Halle conducted and Mra. the A. tastefully arranged. Shortly!!
for thechurch.. Miss Jeanette Parker, arrival the guests
Gainesville were
His Mission. She also readan nasturtium ;
popular little girl. Wood bad charge of the program. freohments served
All members of the Auxiliaryand Interesting article on Missions. After playing merry games on Luncheon was served on card Starke; Mrs Effie Powell Pa- Mrs. Wood talked on the subjectof and mints. of ice cream COok,:

other Presbyterian women are After the business senson, asocial tables centered by bud vases holding la t If a; :Miss Sara Reynolds, West the recall of many missionaries -
the children Invited Mrs. T.
Those the lawn, were T.
invited to attend. Long
cordially a dainty arrangement of nas Palm Beach; Miss) Bettye Ryden, from Japan, Korea and : led ,In
who cannot atay all day are half hour was salad'enjoyed, the to have refreshments on the J turtiums. Bridge followed the West Palm Beach: MI i I. a Ruth China;;. and was followed by Mra. ,devotional of the service and had char
hostess a course.
serving
urged to come either In the mornIng terrace where a beautifully luncheon, and high prize, a change Simpson Starke; Miss Julie Sis- Titus Olson who said that many program. The fin,
Place of the next meeting was was taken
in the afternoon to suit from the
deco-I
or I Mrs. D. P trunk, Lake City; Miss Mildred World
not announced. Mrs. A J. rated table was placed. purse, Wall won by of the missionaries had been look and told Q
their convenience. of the
Miss
Thomas will lead the devotional. I won by :Miss Madge Middleton, Rubye Washam Weat Palm and other places. several
t Young Matrons Circle linen cloth and centered by the Beach. torn countries; Mrs. E L.
Miss Harley Entertains' birthday cake, iced in white and who was aleo presented a change The circle chaiman, Mrs. Olson, thews told the 11&&
: story
Mrs. N. Sternberg won conditions of
of
housing
H The Young Matron's Circle of Honoring Miss Thede topped with six pink candles. The purse. Because' presided over a short business l little girl who was
I'
the and Bell afrnld'I
4+ the DaDtlst W. M. S. will meet little people were served with Ice galloping goose prize wa.j In Starke the Southern session, after which the hostess Mrs. D. P. Carpenter
crlv..._..". a ,lI.h nf hnm@mad@.. looked ahead and provided a realdormitory" reviewed
---- -- ---- --- ----
lit Monday night in the church annex Miss Abble Harley entertainedin : cream and cake, and the favors served sandwiches, cookies, and article on the servant
(
bingo prize went to Mra. C. A for Its employes. probien
at 8 o'clock honor of Miss Gullda Marie were bounce-balls and lollipops. 1. tea. The June meeting of thla Mrs. L. D. Vlnlrg. circle
I Knight. All of the ladles, with the exception cia
Thede bride-elect, by giving a Invited to the party were: Joan circle will be held at the homeof man presided over the
linen shower and bingo party Smith, Tommy Smith, Madeline Enjoying this party with the of the Starke girls, who lira, L. D. Green. session; ,Mrs. Charles buster,

PALMOLIVE 3 FoP r Tuesday night at the home of Williams Richard Williams, Mike hostesses were:'Mrs. R. F.. Demo- live at home, room In the build- Circle Number Two us secretary and Mrs.Darby ar'
Mrs? R. C. Weiland, Mis. Ing where they work, and take Carper
s. 17 c Mrs E. L. Biggs Sweet peas, Snyder Mary Sue Epperson, Mary rest Mra. E. S. Matthews was hostess looked after the finances
roses and ferns formed the deco Carol Deseant. Dottie Sue Biggs, L. F. Chapman, Mrs. T. F. their meals with Mrs. Titus 01- to Circle Number Two at her The Circle was pleased
Carl Lamar Johns Sandra Johns Grady, Mrs. E. L.' Williams, Mrs.D. en, not a stone's throwaway. I .. to b
'i CONCENTRATED ration for the living room where home on North Walnut Street, J as guests, the R v. and|
3 For B. White, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, They work on eight-hour shifts Mri
the guests were seated. Marian Brown, Levy Canova, Jr., !! which was made more attractive A. Spencer Mrs. Louis
toads SUPER SUDS 25c I George Canova, Jeanette Inmnn, Mrs T. T. Long, Mra. D. P.Car- Mrs. Cameron is anxious that Koch
During tbe bingo game the winners with bowls of calendula, gypso- daughter, Mrs Paul Hughes
,
penter, Mrs. C.. A. Knight, Mra. the public know that, whlla thatis II
Norma Canova, Hollls V. Knight, have
were: Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs E. phalla, asters, sweetpeas, snap recently moved here
W. B. Sewell. Mrs. N. Sternberg. their home and they entertain fn
1.r Jr., Nancy Knight, Kanpar G. Arcadia.
'
L. Williams, Miss Thede and Miss dragons and roaes.
;1 jKLEK pare ))3 For Patsy Roberts and each was Duncan, Jr., Margaret Rose Duncan Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, Mrs. ''E. L. their guests there, yet it Is first,

25c presented with an appropriateprize. Lynda Sue Johns, DorothyAnn Biggs, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. last O.L. all the time a business The meeting was opened witha Peek-Hartly

Johns, Richard Kldd!, III, Robert Kite, Mrs. L. D. Vinlng, office. "It Is more like u college devotional service conducted by
Following the bingo ,
game Mrs E.' L. Matthews, Mrs M. F with its dormitory," she said, Miss Olive Ray and after scrip
nilly Weldon, Tommy Welson, Julian L.. Peek
i OCTAGON Miss Harley gave the honor guesta Jr
son
ture reading and the of 1>
'
Brown, and Mlas Middle- "than anything else. prayer pro-
Madge
Tommy Jones Mary Jones Mrs. and Mrs. J.
oc w, SOAP 25c large tray holding a shower of gram was presented: "Women in L. Peek of Stark
G. W. Brown of Lawtey, Miss ton. and Miss Jewel
linen gifts At the close of thla Hartly
a Changing World" reviewedby Of ],<
U. D. C. Meets was (l
delightful evening the hostess Kate SI ruth, Mrs. R. F, Demo- sonvllle were married
4 Mrs. J. W. White' "Goodwill at 9
;
Wit, OCTAGON a For served a tempting dessert course rest, :Martha Landrum, Judy Army "Y" Items With Mrs. AndrewsThe Center in Chicago," which meets P. M.: on Sunday April 13. ?,
to her guests. Qreen, T. K. McClane, III, Gerald Rev B. lo[. Montgomery
POWDER 25c Mother's Day at !the Army Y. every human need, wall reviewedby of i
Jeanette
Invited' Eddie of Lawtey, and W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. Springfield Methodist
the party were: Mrs. Mrs. I. P. Church
McLendon, of Orlando.Woman's M. C. A. will be observed with a D. C. met Wednesday afternoonat Shepherd; and Mrs floated at the 01
+ E. L.. Williams, Miss Madge W. E.I MIddleton told I of the ceremony uhf'
OCTAGON S For fine concert given during the .afternoon the home of Mrs. J. W. Andrews took place at the home til
Whlgham, Mrs Guy Sale, Ml sues Quakers in the United States of
Cleanser 13c : Ruth and Lillian Sternberg, Miss Club to Meet by local musicians under on Kingsley Lake. Hostesses feeding 20,000 children in Free bride's sister ]In Jacksonville. hand ]
u
were Mrs. Andrews, Mrs.
Evelyn Stump, Mrs., Charles A. The Woman's Club the leadership 0 f Mrs. H. V France. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, circle Mrs. Peek will make tb
will hold its O. L. Haynes and Mrs. Effle home !In
p 1 i1N OCTAGON s For Darby, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, regular meeting Wednesday alt- Knight. In the evening a quiz Miner.. I chairman, presided over a business Jacksonville.
B Miss Frances Peek, Misses Hope contest will be conducted and the session, and at this time Mrs. J.
? sr Granulated 25c and Georgia Hayties, Mrs. R. G. ernoon May 14 at 3:30: o'clock, winner will be awarded the privilege The president, Mrs. G. W. Rob-

Kldd. Mrs. Glenn Wood, Miss with the president Miss Evelyn of wiring a day letter to erts, presided over ,tbe meeting;:

OCTAGON 3 '*" Martha Brownlee, Mrs. W., C. Stump, presiding Mrs. A. K. his mother, or any good friend. Miss Madge Middleton attendedto I

"c Powell, Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. Black, sectlo n a 1 vice-president, The School' Board recently the secretary's duties and Mrs. II
Toilet Soap E. L. Matthews, Mrs E. L. Biggs; will be the guest speaker and her granted the "Yv. permission to E. K Perryman read the treas II I

Mro. R. R. Thede, MIMes Clara subject will be the club women's have organized basket ball gamesIn urer's report. Among the business I

:. Benny's Grocery Mae Harley and Miss Patsy Roberts part In National Defense. the armory. Badminton and transacted, plans were made

of Lawtey. Hostesses: Mrs. M. F. Brown, tennis courts. will be ready soon. for a tea honoring Mrs. L. A. IL1DDIPREADI

Mrs. Ellery M. Davis. Mrs. E. J. Donations of tennis rackets are Davis, state president of the U. j

3 Dowling Mra. K. O. Duncan Mra. still being sought. D. C. ,The following; committee I If You Want to

C. A. Futch, Mrs. R. A. Green The next "Y" dance will be on arrangements was appointed: '.
Enjoy A Summer Outing At and Mrs. W. H. Hart. held at the armory May 17. Mra. E. L. Biggs. Mrs. O. L. I Keep Your Home- CUT HOME!

Beasley, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, and
NOW IS THE TIME
-- Mrs. I. B. .Cody.

-: KINGSLEY BEACH During the historical period, I have reliable automobile TO BUILD

Carolyn Callstreet Mrs. I. B. Cody read an article insurance. A serious accident Readk
on the early life of Gen. .,. E. B. Aladd'n'e Prefabricated
T Cut Vyetem ,.v.. your /IIonl1oAI.deIe
----
BILLARDS Stuart, a noted leader in the : mar result! In the(lots Certlflid Lumber Fie-
BOWLING SPEEDBOAT Dear -Stre tera. '.. ..
strains u'aoqua! Confederate Army. tory production Bconom/ awOuaranteed
I RIDES. BATHING AND BOATING Surprise! Surprise) ", By the 'byrd!Arude, Ely (Y- The'pleaiant living room where I of'your" home. Coate all combine U
Guess what's comln' back 7 : the dye, you etmost modern tuteueeeeeful '"
The dear ole waltz! Least ways woman" la equally{ adept at Jitter- guests were seated was tastefully Charley E. JohnsAgency home building reiultt.
decorated with roses, sweet-
Bar-B-Q Chicken Dinners, Shrimp thus the way predict the trend buggln' an' waltzln Whata peas and larkspur.' A delicious Complete ,.architectural service, oonatructlwand eeMe4ilnanctna

Dinners Fish Dinners Cold Drinks and judgin by the "Y" dance'at. the bundle of energy 'she la! salad course was served by the eupervlelan. Call tt4if.

Armory Sattlday night t >Jlt- Strange-I'd have sworn she waa hostesses late in the afternoon. lie East Call Street xvenlng b/ appointment,
Beer on Tap ter-buggln seems to be slippln ..AMthorUeJpealert -
born and reared'I Starke Florida
fast n England
-or else the
warm weather'smakin'
Representatives
the (first Impression), but seems It's Methodist Church Dealer's
sweet
TRAILER PARK-COTTAGES Jus too lackadaisical young. things Pennsylvania, Instead Still I Telephone ISRepreeentlns Florida,Home Enterprlim
maintain there's something about Special Mother's Day services 303.304 Masonic Temple Bldg|
ROOMSMake Anyhow Whatever the her pleasing personality that will be held at the Methodist I THE TRAVELERS. Hartford Jacksonville, FloridaBENNY'S

reason, the waits' contest) went simply reeks of' tea and crumpets Church next Sunday morning at I

Reservations for Picnics and Dinner Parties at liver with a bang (In threequarter 11 o'clock.
time, of course) Seemed tj t
that Seems that.Do ,,and Bill Powell, The Rev. H. A. Spencer following -
every couple on the floor
took part Eliminated one by now llvln' at the Jake, can pawn his usual custom, will presenta CR0. & MARKET
KINGSLEY BEACHLAKEFRONT one 'til Just Beverly Cady and their alarm clock'an' still get to beautiful bouquet to the oldest I

Della Rosenberg and their partners work on time They're mother present and one to the WEEK END SPECIALS
were left, glidln' awakened bright an* early every youngest mother In attendance. CASH ONLY

AMUSEMENT PARK around Judges finally smoothly selected ayem by the bugles and bands Infants will be baptized, and re- Phone 159 We D liverBALLARD'S

Della & Partner as the wlnnahs across the lake at. Blinding ception of members ,by certificatewill
Bill says he might; alm08'. as well be announced. Plain or Self Rising 5 LM.

'IyIgeWIIWIIInWIWMN11NN1a11WINIWI1WlY ,auVJ411NIpNWIn1UWWWWW111a1a4NWWWWIWNY4rIMIIp 1411YIIIW14tl1 Ia41WIIWAIIIeIYaWIXWWIr But, when the jitterbug-contest I Join the army any} be done withit 'The sermon subject will be, "AMother's '

was announced, only three couples Love." A//mixed quar- FLOUR ----r----, 27c C
Haven't heard cheep one about
tett will
sing "Sacred Memories -
took to the floor
all
boys I I
PURKTH Didn't let this their a tennis tournament this spring ," and Mr. and :Mrs. H. A. LAURAL Gallon
cramp style, : Whuzzamatta .. Can't
Carlton will
sing by
however request..
and they .
7:1: on a show certainly put anybody stop workln long enuffto .The Fourth Quarterly Conference COOKING OIL -----13c
get In '.
: Orchestra was superfine (the training" > will be held at 8:00: P, M.,
back
E HTR E Beverly Cady In town
one from the 102nd of the 43rd, after Jacksonvilllng for a with preaching by the District 1 Pound CM
you know) Seems that spell Superintendent Dr. K. C. Hardin
STHRKE.FLORIDHBRADFORD man has at one time been with every a You'll find her keepln' the who always brings an earnest, CRISCO-------I 18c
namo band-ArtIe books at Leila's i' -. Helen Dowling's spiritual .. $
Shaw;' Tony message. This conference :
dark beln'
Pastor, Ozzle Nelson, to mentiona beauty com la very important and the
COUNTY'S MOST MODERN AND few Their rendition of pared to that of Hedy LaMarr by pastor Is urging all officials to PREMIER BUFFET STYLE

UP-TO-DATE THEATRE "I Hear a Rhapsody" many of the soldiers meetln' her be present and all reports to be Figs, Prepared Prunes.
was right Peaches
; PROGRAM OF WEEK BEGINNING) MAY 11 In a class Sub-sub-debs Virginia Sewell in Apricots Bartlett
with
Paul writing. Pears
y and Sara Barefoot, doln' a dance and Pineapple Tid Bits
Sunday & Monday May 11 12 off"Rhapsody In Blue" Whltman'.j I I at Blanding recently an' gettin ALL 3 FOR 25c

t James Stewart and Ginger Rogers as ultra-symphonlcally as big a rush as the veterans Mother's Day BroadcastA __

Two Academy Award Winners In what everyone It'd turn began out to t 0 be wonder, Fran Peeks sufferln' with Mother's Day program will Premier Whole Stringleaa Beans, No. 2 Can __ Ife
they
_ "VIVACIOUS LADY" eased Into the one'of those dreadful sprig codesld be broadcast from Blan- Premier
Tin
sweet, familiar ,, the head Camp Whole Beats. Can ___________ 10e
Paramount ., ? ;
News Sugar: Wind I 1 *\ ? ding at 10:30: p. m. Sunday night,

_ i Woe-U-me Department k according to an announcementfrom LOUISIANA HOT SAUCE 2 For _____._______, l_(
Tuesday May 13 Hear the dances at Blanding have the American Legion recreation
I, Richard Dix Kent Taylor Edmond Lowe, In .'>PALMOLIVE31pCONCENTRATED been called off until better transportation center yesterday. Col. O. SAUERS BLACK PEPPER. 1QC Size-2 For __ 1x l

"MEN AGAINST THE SKY" can be arranged .i W. McNeese will open the program 23o SIZE ,

Putting On The- Also Act-Comedy On The Stage Meet Yvette ( 3 For Ing Seems to the a ruling"Jeeps"by are the out.General'cord-,. ing. with The feature a Mother's of the Day broad-greet Maxwell House Tea (Glass Free) 23c

SUPER or somebody cast will be written and
I SUDS 25c a play, LIGHT
"ARGENTINE'FOLLIES REVUE"I I Why are Call Street femmes arranged by Lawrence Morel, HOUSE CLEANSER. 3 For ____ _. 1


Wednesday & Thursday. May 14 15 KLEK (!), 8 For I 'Cause a-weepln'T the Army's cut out The dramatic broadcast: Instructor was made at the possible center.! Potted Meat, Can __ __ ___..____ _ 3c

Dorothy Lamotir Robert Preston, In 25Cu Jeepln'. by J. J. Nuttall, director of thee
i "TYPHOON"Paramount Seems that allhonors In th recreation center, through the MARKET SPECIALS

News constant-reader sweepstakes will cooperation of the WPA's statewide
Best
White
_ Comedy OC.t OCTAGON a Far go to Mrs. Pearl Slrnpson who, recreation project., Bacon, Pound __-__._ __ I5c

Friday, May 16 SOAP 25c has perused Grace Livingston Best Smoked Bacon, Pound _____ 18c
Hill's "Happiness Hill"
"THOSE WERE THE DAYS"With a grand Church Changes Plans
William Holden OCTAGON 8 For total of 17 times Beats my FRESH PORK CUTS -
Bonita Granville record: of 10 times around with Because of certain building restrictions Hams

Also "Sky Raiders" POWDER 25c "Black Beauty" all hollow members of the Church Pound ___ _ ____.___ __ 20c
ON THE STAGE VAUDEVILLE Mrs. Simpson reads it again every of God were not permitted to> Shoulders, Pound I5c
_____ ______ _
Saturday, May 17 DOUBLE FEATURE OCTAGON a For spring as a kind of seasonal ritual build a church near B. H. S. i J Ribs, 2 Pounds I 35c

No. 1 "I'm like puttlnt moth balls In where they had planned and ) __ __ _____ _
Nobody's Sweetheart Now" ,..uiCleanser\ 13c the winter clothes, or takin' sulphur where they own 100 square feel Sausage Patties, Pound 20c
__ _
r With Helen Parrish an* molasses > 'of ground. Back __ __ _

No. "TRIGGER FINGERS"With finl OCTAGON s For 4! and Musn't forget the Legion dance At the City Council ;Tuesday Bones, 2 Pounds __ __ r 35c
SBBKS
Tim McCoy \uun Ford-glving-away at the night the pastor Rev. R. F, Kirkland HULKSHORIMlNG
Also Cartoon : af Granulated 25c I armory tonight Think I'll 1 and the church clerk, J, T t I'UIJJ..I

Midnight Show Saturday At 11 P. M. II I walk there so I can drive the Kirkland, asked for a permit to
"The Villain Still Pursued Her" OCTAGON 3 For new car home I Bet the build a $3,000 'residence, which 2Lbs 19c l
I ""' armory thinks this defense bin ,
13c might be used
:, With I Toilet temporarily aa a
Also Hugh Herbert. Anita Louise Soap ness is totsu furv-. lt's lit up church building one St. Clalrstreet Square Cut Tender Roast Pound 22cSTEAKS
STAGE SHOW I every night .

1 rt I' 1 .r. 'wneleMlnnmmmeuat'AXNapnsennrV.nn.' ''' '. ,'''''' '''''''''' .''' ''' '' ..+WUrvn711AiINMUmaM7lrNtlmMIMIa.IMMnIallAlaaNal/twamllel.gVl' ., ""' .. S. R. Johns & Son i iI So long See you-Carol there .yn.. :: This Council.permit between was 7th granted and Bth streets by tbe I -.. WESTERN.,& NATIVE -







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MAY 9"1941rAGB
9, 1941
1L4Y BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCOHAFn. STAIcKK. FLORIDA nva' ? #


UI BITS of LOCAL NEWS \; Carl Molitor, on a special assignment Legion Center NewsThe thereof unit run South 71 d..r.. for the u... and purposes. it forth q', t.. ,"I, I' .

from McCall's Magazine, IH' Knot 1206.00 f..t to the pointof In mud Petition r..-wlt. an rlllht ""I', k
.. In Starke a curve to the l left. having it of way, drainage lltchi. and bor.. I "'
was visiting Wednesday
-- -- .. staff at the American radlu ,
--- -- : of u 4591 feet and M total! row pit for a section or portionof t "
=-- a burtnesaMonday :Mrs. R. J. Davis and Miss gathering: information and riitml I MrtKl* of 1J tli>irm>ii aa' State Read No. au, d..l natdaa ;I'
.
conway was! Miss Amy Moore Is recovering Legion Home recreation center thence Ionic Kftld rurv 960 feet Project 511/ an located ur- f. : Jv.
'I Jacksonville Beverly Cady spent Tuesday and from Injuries local color for ,an article on "The will start rehearsals more or IMNH to the W*.t line .)'.... and Known on acid map 0"1,' If
or la Wednesday In Jacksonville. received when bit- Army and The People.''" Monday on of the ...l.lVi.. of the K% of the., Plat herelnabove referred to or default 't '"
ten by a dog recently at the dramatic skits which will soon BKVt "f Ih* S\%", oC H may b. entered acalncl yo.. ,.\y',. Yo
I will leave Mon- home of the POINT 01 n N1sUi.: WITNESS my hand a* Clerk. of .; I". 1,
f''[ben Kruse vacation 'Mra. E. L Biggs and George Mann. O. Riddle of Jacksonville field be presented every night as a th..nr. contlnu along UHlil curve the Circuit Court In and for Bradford : i ''t.l. +
month's Bobby .
a twO SIS feel more or !I..... to the. Kan County, Florida, and the seal t ,I
for Biggs ,spent the week-end in St. Mr. and Mrs. representative for the; Salvation part of the evening program of line of KM til \V'5. of the K 1iI of nf said Court, this the Tth day of t 0
allforoia.r. Augustine with Mrs B. Jacobs spent his return"from FlI:li ror the fI\V of Section7.. May A. D. 11.., .. ,InIlradford I + rnyM4n
O. J. Grif Army on Tampa Florida.Starke 4yI +
Sunday with their son-in-law and fun. Lawrence W. Morel dramatic PAItCBi. NO I: County ; II'' art
W. E. Middleton fin. daughter came by Starke Wednesday fora That portion of W<4 of fie of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas .. i
jlrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wil instructor, announces that two SRV of B\vC In and yt ,
r. brief visit with Robert of Hectlun 27, Town Clerk pf the circuit Court \ 1 ; .
B. 7i
Madge MKldleton. spent Hams In Gainesville Wear ahli 6 South Katia-e 22 Kant. IrliiK for Hrailford County, Florida. 1
Mlrt Mrs. V. B. Kldd of the dramatic units have been! organized within 3&/ IT .. I
Jacksonville.Field" and daughter Secretary Army Y. M. C.A. feet of ditch eenterllna Frank ianilrumAttorn ",
a'lln Patricia Ann of Richmond Va. at Camp Blending and are deecrlbvd. n. follow: ..T for .tltlon.r. ,v '' I ., Ih, 'I
Mrs. Jack Hi-alnnlnn the Mouth
I I'eet Brlggs of Jacksonville m boundary .I :
Is employed are guests of Lt. and Mra. full of ca.hiViii of Kit ,,f : of .
H. who : R. G. was a guest Tuesday of her Ira Shepherd, who has spent going: swing. HWl4 ..t K point I 115 feet HKII Went JIT1TM OK RI.OIt1nA1'ot'V'1'Y 'I
Florida, spent the weekhere Kldd., brother-in-law and sister, Judge sometime here with his parents, There are now 13 fencing teamsat cif the SH corner thereof: thence' OP HH.\UFOHDI. y
anally.g run North 1 decree 22' 61" Beet A. J. Thomas, Clerk of *the ,i a
Mr.
and Mrs. I.
his and P.
with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Shepherd Blandinj; Tommy Comes and 1458 feet: thence North 11 deKreea Circuit ,Court ef the Eight Judicial.
Mrs. L. DyaJ, Mrs. Horace Gra- went the first of the month to 25 6." Knet: Ion I..n thence. Circuit In and for Bradford 1 ,
his manager, Pete Leto are oc North A d."r.... 24' OH" Wet t'ounty. Florida, do hereby certify R
ham and Mrs. Ga.
Dowling returned William Mlzell of Lennox where he has resumed 334.11 feet, I IN a'
s. g. Billy Long of the University of thence North 4 degree that the shove and foregoing 50 i iiiwi
after spending ten Jacksonville and Mrs. Flournoy Florida In his work as express agent. cupying the pugilistic spotlight; 47 B2" Hu..t *4A.5 feet to the, true and correct Notlo l
e Tuesday Gainesville, spent Fri and the clauses In ball room dancing North boundary nf Maid Wit of In Eminent. Domain l-rCte..dl.. pg. l 1.- y r t n
in Jacksonville with her Phillips of Tallahassee, were day and Saturday here with his .. K'4 of SKt, of KWH at K point sued on the 7th day tMaJ'.aio I>. I .
Mr. and guests of are also proving popular. 21.1 feetVet hf the NH 1941. In the ease j
and sister yesterday Mrs. E. L. Mrs and corner
her.In ]law mother Mrs. F. H. Long. Josephine Edwards 'h.r.'he) land herein Krantedoontalnlnic County a political ubdlvl'on' of h Y
.__.. nnrlbnld. Blgga. daughters Mrs. R. O. Daniel of .1. J. Nuttall supervisor of \ l.utl acre, more or the State of Florid", and W. M.RdwnrdK r'ljf' C 9atM,
Sarasota the center la taking Into consideration lean, Chairman T C. Cha.-'
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Mrs. Henry Freeman of PAItCEL NO. lain. J, U Wynn, M. O. HarrIIand A' tka
:2
r"DCLASSIFIED ADS Winter Garden will spend the Miami and Mrs. C. V. Simpsonof the recreational needs of That "part of I the: F.,,.t 3119 teed I ''P. I>. Itedtllih. as m.,mbracomprlvlnv ..
the civilian community also and of the Nl\4' nf the the entire Board of ,
week-end here with his parents Gainesville were here Monday tlon 114, NKU: of Met County C the Summer Camp at B. H. S. Is 1''I1..hll'| 6 South flange I
Mr. attending business and County, political eubillvlnlcn of,
and Mrs. F. A. Scott. to visiting 22 Hunt, lying within ton feet of A
make Mother or Wife FOR RENT-on Kingsley Lake- friends continuing with Miss Bonnie Par- 'the centerline of Him Itnud the Slate. tI' Florida Ptltonra| ,
"{ NOT v. A. F. P King, a, widower, el. aI 1
...
by giving them a new two connecting'double rooms. rlsh staff member In charge. At dmcrlbvil follows: 261,1, W1TNKSS' my hand and officialHeal 'I weMl 1/
Si Sewing :Machine Private entrance. Private pier Mrs. T. H. Fnllln. who spent present the children are work- Commence. on the Fast: line at Hturke, Bradford COU'Itb, I j /
Singer several In Nertlon 17. Township' 8 South Florida; thus 7th day of \( .
days
: ;
Thomasville Ga. E. L. Johnson and daughter : t
Mother's ,Day?-See or for swimming. Modern conven I Ing on apron cut-out greetings lUnire 22 Runt, at a ol 722: 1911. f
r Hemingway mana- iences.-Mrs. J. S. Love Cady's has returned' here to her apart Miss Xera Nell Johnson of Tallahassee for Mother's Day. Staff memo thereof fit North unit of North the N.r ciornerl. : OFFICIAL HRAt.) A. J. Thonn. ?'
ment at the home of Mr. were week-end ,of run Hi deitreefl5if ". Clerk Circuit Court. BradfordCounty 'Is,
and guests bers Went
JVarte Fla. 5-2-2tp. Landing, Kingsley Lake. Helen McOrath and Nellie 112M. feet In the point .
B-l 516 ,
Florid
Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mrs. W S. Stroman and son. Hart are conducting classes In of a curve In the right hnvlnit' a ,; g: kl,
4-25 3tp radio nf 11.450 feet and
lighting ayam H. H. Stroman. Mr. Stroman returned marlonnette and puppet making at :central: I. angle\ nf 17 dea-ree a total 32'!
SALE-Delco Mrs. Huldah Corpenlng who to Tallahassee with Mr. thence ,nlniiw sold curve 412 *J .s '
omplete. Any reasonable ONE LARGE ROOM for light Is the Presbyterian-Episcopal Vacation feet to the \\>.t line cf the NFt! 'J PAlMOLIVE ltI ., ,;
refused.-E. R. Bow- housekeeping; also one' bed employed in Tallahassee during Johnson. School. of 'the NI.tj: of cold "Mectlon 27 C b
!tet not i the current legislative at a .point 51.3 feet North of the I 1
p. 2. Box 297, Starke room with two single beds. Hot session Staff pianist Walter V. Walsh ,HW corner I thereof. [] '1 ; Ili I
Ia., 5-2-2tp. I water.- Mrs. G. W. Brown, was visiting! friends In Starke Miss; Dorothy Faxon has returned hall been guest pianist' at the It belnathe to Intention of thla'Inslrtnprnt CONCENTRATED a For y
over the week-end. part
Lawtey Fla. home after a visit with Baptist Church for the past three of the Kuxt: 3119' :tYn'the NK'i I 17c lees

l SALE-5 acres, -room 1t4 relatives In Mobile Ala. She was Sundays. A sincere desire for It'lying the within. NI'Ui! 100 nf feet raid nf Hertlon the 84 SUPER SUDS l .,

,use, Starke, Fla. Pecan treesd ...---------.' Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fox and accompanied home by Mr. and I his return was shown by the Rev. let line of stale Itunil 261 I. unit cen-no' I; Mat

other fruit. Write Mrs. H. PUBLIC son Vincent, Jr., who have an Mrs. C. D. Lavlnghouie and Mr. I A. K. Lightfoot and the congre- other land.,. t|
apartment at the home and Mrs. James Lee children You and' each of you, are. here-j alai Sl7;' l M M
Morris Box 634 Phone STENOGRAPHER of Mr. and gation.' hy C'.n".1. in be and appear KLEK K ( ) a

19-M 9 Hendersonvllle, N. C. Isabelle Walsh and Mrs. F. A. Scott, spent the of Mobile. ; llrndford In the Circuit Court' In and for ..... Irvin 1 ast.
County. nt the1office '
4-11 8tp C 119 E. Call Street I week-end In Orlando. May Pageant of thn Cleik f"'I.1,1 ('nor l t.. 'ae"cx '

(One flight up.) I After quite a siege with flu Cmintv In the, City.Florida nf, on Mtarke or before,llrndfoid the, OCTAGON a For :k

SALE-1 strong mare mule, Phone 66 E. O. Edwards of the New and an Infected throat Dr. W. K. An unusual May Pageant will llh):I day of hate. A. l n. 1941, to:i ise.--

ro, ; one, 2-burner oil stove, $6; ------,-_.:' Method Cleaners has been ill for i Middleton Is back in his office be given at the close of the Prea- howvhut right I title, interact or'HKII SOAP iic /.k_.q
you or of
any you, have In h
turn plow good condition- two or three weeks. While he la again and attended the regular byterltui-E ptacopal Vacation and: to any: of mild nbove dencrlbedllinrcelM I N '

IM. W. D. Faxon" R2. FURNISHED, COTTAGES on able to be out again he has nut meeting of the Board of Public Church School tonight ( Friday) why! the nf mote 1 land MhottUI and: to tint chow Im taken cau.e ESi OCTAGON s For + rarw* l lT

larke, Fla. ltp Lake Santa Fe 5 miles east of yet entirely recovered.Mr. Instruction in the County Sup. at 7:30: o'clock at the Episcopal GQ POWDER 13c 414t att4 Iw

Waldo. Electric lights run- Intendent's office Monday. Church. Those, participating will .Iw
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IXTKD TO RENT-SMALL ning water. Inquire Lewis and Mz-.. George C. White be students who have been attending ,' AUTO n a 7
PARTSI
Jewelry, Co., Gainesville and daughter. Frances of Tallahassee the Vacation School for j OCTAGON '8'' For R4St
DtSK: OX KIN G S LEY Fla.tf Mrs O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine I p
IKE; or TO BUY A LOT ON will I be Mother's Day will spend the week-end the past two week t'SF.TmF.\ KRIIITILT! 1 I Cleanser 13c i.

VGSLEY LAKE A T A guests of Mrs. J. W. White and here with her daughter Mrs. E. The Pageant will begin within GbNPItATOKS: : A II T O ., ; : .

\SON.VBLE PRICE. BOX READY FOR BUSINESS Mrs G. W. Alderman. L. Biggs and will be accompanied the church proper with episodes GUYS C A H II FOR

1 loC. censed contractor. All modern home by Dotty Sue Biggs of a religious nature. These CAIN .\NI TUWKS! IN OCTAGON a For .

concrete equipment. Concrete Mrs. J. A. Knnls. formerly of who has spent two weeks with episodes are taken from the ANY CONDITION. "'i-' Granulated 25cOCTAGON

side-walks floors foundation Starke, now living in Yulee was her grandmother, Mrs.y Griff In. study courses of the various de 1 p,

I SALE-Porto Rico potato work, dirt hauling contracted.A. visiting friends here Tuesday. Mr. partments. They will be of a religious lined Autos $25 up a For IBY

raws and tomato plants.-E. A. Annie tf Ennis is with the National Container nature exhibiting In drama l r
Miss Beryl Holland who has HASKINSAUTO
Bowers Route 2, Box' 297, Corporation, Jacksonville. been office secretary to W. T. the theme of the Vacation Church Toilet Soap 13c t "elI -'ask'

larke. Itp Daily cash market for cattle and Clute for sometime has accepteda School. PARTS I + +wecN

hogs. Auction Sale every Thursday Judge and Mrs. E. K. Since North of Town on lloiht IS
SALE-B a b y carriage In Ferryman stenographic position In the historically the month of Tip Top Grocery
rst-clasa condition. Reasonable beginning at 2:30: p. m. left today for a Mothers' Construction Quartermaster's department May is the month of Mary and

Columbia Stockyards Lake City Day visit to north Georgia. They at Camp Blending. Miss the may pole dance originated on ,, ,,,' , .....,,................, ,,..........,. ,... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,. ,, ,,,
Ice. Purchaser may see car- 1.mIIAIINIIAXHX11111111NI111MIII1I.IIMIMIAlIN11XIIIN.INXMnN'' ''' '' ''' ''''' '''''' '''' '' '' ''' ''MImINNINHMIaam''' nlllmn.mnllUNmIHm' .J n",""' ...00", .,,"'.',''"'"''"'"",..."".""'..."'"''"",, ,,- !
age by calling at 305 West Fla. Phone 481. See or write J. will visit their son, Emmett a Isabelle Walsh has. been em- the lawn of the church the v; "i IV .j

adlton street. Mrs. Bertha D. Odom, Jr., P. O. Box 247 student, In Emory Junior Collegeat ployed in her place.F. Pageant will culminate with may GIVE MOTHER A TREAT ,

race ltp Starke Fla. tf Oxford, and Judge Ferryman's pole festivities aided by various ltd

brother, D. H. Ferryman in an C. Holllngswerlh. saved the colored spot light All parents ON HER DAY ;' er
3CCTION PULLEYS for sale MAID WANTED-Ask for Miss Atlanta Hospital. of the la+ I
City of Starke 30JTuesday.! A pupils of the church school \I 'I

ip.::-Bradford\ ; County''l ',Tlniph. ', :Waurlce'' in trailer back: of the certain news reporter was having are cordially Invited to the pageant Take Her Out For .A ''1 4IV
.. ,
Starke. ft '4wllng alley. .Itp J. and \ : {
W. Morgan who bad been tea at the Coffer when suddenly anyone Interested U ? *
for I '* urged to II- I: '. '" q
sometime ambulance come.
? driver a large blaze flared u p Delicious Dinner '

W., T. CLUTE---REAL for De Witt C. Jones, ,has resigned from a gasoline store In the ,_0 : tt

: And Edward O. Kraura kitchen, which threatened to assume ONION SKIN PAPER-1' 'per"
:F< H. A. LOANSWe formerly of St. Petersburg has gigantic proportions. The ream--nilADFORD COUNTY at ; a Wu

want the listing 'on your propertyWe taken his place. Mr. Krauss has cook couldn't handle!! It, and the TELEGRAPIL .

have some wonderful properties for sale been with Mr. Jones in Gaines- reporter felt helpless': having had THE GUIDON GRILL .; 4 1' 1'u'

ville for the past year and a half no previous experience along that I'OTlf' H -If

See us about your Real Estate Needs line. But Mr. Hollingsworth nnA nFOnJ1 ('otINTaf.lm1)1*.U i NIINIXNNNNIIWIIY/NIWIMIIMg411MININIINAMIa1MIIMNNN4INNINNWN" .. ., ''' '''' '''' '' ., ..UXINIINWM411MMIMMII4N.Ngt4MIaNY4. '' '''' '''''' '' '' 'WIWI' 4 WaMNWgWYWINWIIIa4gInmN' '. 1 I .'lq 4ah

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 Mrs. Clara E. :Martin, of De- rushed out of tils' office next NOTICE 18 HKrtKHY CJIVKN that ) I Iw'
pursuant to -c'tlon a of
Chapter
Land was in Starke last week door and he and the'' cook finally mm law of Florida, Act. 01 rwi
her the blaze. 1937 known cc the MDKFH ACT
visiting son and daughters extinguished INSURANCE ANDBONDS"HAROLD
the following d...orll).f1 land In
all of whom are restau ran tears. Brad lord County, Klorl.U.. will benrfered

Mr. and :Mrs' Elton Martin have CARD OF THANKSWe for the '7hII.J h.".,.IIu'hutbfJ.: ,

.a NAT SEZ: been here for six, or eight months wish to thank 'our 'many ubji'i-t to th. rlht of the Tru.t.o.

aa proprietors, of the Coffee Pot. friends for their kind expressionsof of the reject Internal any sod improvement all bide at Fundto the C. WALL AGENCYConstant 1j''

a Just this week a daughter Miss sympathy and for the beautiful (Cnurthoui btdnnlnir at 10:00: o'
where upend
See
they're gonna Merrls clock A. 51 on the 10th., day of ''t I hb
Martin
the Cot-
opened flowers sent during our be-
million bucks at June A. t). 1941 Kanement for road
,ft' couple more tage Dining Room an exclusive reavement.Mrs. rlKht. of way toe feet wide will b* Service Over 50 Years 4 t I
Y Camp Blandlng. I can remember roM. rVed from any parrel throughwhch .
restaurant
309 Call street and
at J. M.. Mott, and family. / there I. an xl"tlm stale: '
the time when the mentionof Mrs. John E." Perkey, another Komi.NB4. f -silt ; I w

a million bucks around Starke daughter, who has recently come OEM CLIPS5bo'per M- shin' 7 H of, HanKe KW 4. 19 Hertlon Knat/ 15 40. Town.Arrea.K'4 Please Phone 146 Starke 1 .

to Starke works'. at both' the BRADFORD COUNTY TEL E '( of l-ot 10 tit HIk i and IxilaI.
would call for"a dune ,of amellin'alts. 'and a I. I ID of nut 8 in Hcllbronn. Hpr nc. r Ae I Ir
Coffee
Pot 'the Cottage. URAl'II.BARGAIN .
NH'4 of Herllon le. Township t t
S Now-a- lays, we Justshrug rInk...tl. na'" le__. ,
and say, "Ilmnun-Is that I. i 'wi4 ;;i'HM"4unt'i4: Hectlon IT, :tr
Tnwnehlp' : 8 (South llange 22 Last, i .kue
all? 10 Acred.HIk .
I In Hampton flection IS.Townnhlp .
7 South ItanB 22 Kant, 1
one A In MR ('or. of NK'4':' of '
HK'4': of f>W/' Hectlon/ If, Townnhlp
nil
Make Mother Happy With A Giftof 7 Hntith. llnnce 22 Knxt:. I Acre.
PRICES TIIUHTKKH: OF 1NTKKNAI, IMIMIOVKMFVT BARGAIN PRICES dIb
FUND OF HTATMOF
I FTXJRIDA.
Beautiful
Exquisitely Ill A. J. Thomaa, Agent Trnate .
.. I. I. Fund, Uradfurd County.

t M;... PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 ForM -. 11 I! PALMOLIVE SOAP. 3 For i'' ,

THK rilKI IT fOI'IIT Of THW .
fr J. with 1 7 IV M J. whit !
y ft PIUIITM Jl'lliriAI. ft II fill.' 17. :a.ael
A llltAUKOHM 01 VI'V. PI.OHIIIA. ,aaU
w. OLIVI AND PALM OILS KOTM'B OlIVE ANO PALM OILS it i

t, .) 11"* ponD COUNTY IN a political 4'' r
:) .uhdlvlnlon. of (... State, or Florida,
t-t 9 SUPER SUDS and W, M. Edward: Chairmen' T. SUPER SUDS "
2 ForIN ''C. Chaataln, J. I* Wynn, ... O. 2 For
Harrvll and P. H. Keddlnh. aa member
( THE BLUE BOX) 4 comprlKlnir' the entire Hoardof (IN THE BLUE BOX)
(
l"ttitt: Y Count 1'- Comml...lon.r. of Bradford SS 15c
) WASHES CLOTHES IDC : County, a pollllcal ulnllvUlon WASHES CLOTHES
,: HOSIERY of the fate of Florida.I'etltlonera. / .e .
FAR WHITER FAR WHITER
11J?
J : in exotic new Latin A. F".V"P.Defenilftnta Klnir at ,cL, :


\ \ American Shade .. 'r" OCTAGONLAUNDRY 3 For "STATE IN KMINKNT TUB OF NAMK PMMAIN FLORIDA' ('IF PUrVRRniVIH TUB : 0 OCTAGONLAUNDRY 3 For 1 + ; iAa

GZ TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-' T + a
SOAP SOAP .

9 weKgOU Save the Coupons for He 1 I place LEAN nf:) to raeldencea A. F. P./ Koute King, I who., llnxIt. I 4' 1to411 Snv the Coupons for He ik

i Because Mother loves nicethings Valuable fr. GiftsKLEK Ilsnd.r.nnvlll.. N. :-I/;( K W, Valuable Free Gift ,,
;
Hlnvent and wife >o* Illnv 1 I rn
1 fie,, give her beautiful, ..nt. who. place of renldenee Its
unknown; I
wispy-iheer VANETTE HO- And to all pemona having orclaiming
I F 2 For an rlcht till. Interent.tmtftl uII KLEK 2 For
the new
,y '6, ;iIERY in exquisite *. mort a.e or other Icier to 1 pitt3
a Mothers' Day Gift folder. Select or on the_ i-ertaln parcels I of 'land I j
4 In Bradford t County Florida, which: 15c
+ the right shades to complement SPECIALLY MADE 1 15c 7.J;; Included No. 2SI devla-nated In I that part a* of"FToJect mat ; SPECIALLY MADE j 'l .

her Spring wardrobe FOR WASHING DISHES //\621.\ 1 aa boated aiirveyed and fOR WASHING DISHES I
the Ht.te Knail l>.epart I
today.STERNBERG'S platted by
i hosiery counter .
l, at our mont of the State of Florldn. and

-=.::.... 11',.:... ,_ Octagon Powder, large, 3 for _ 13c nf hown the file by In Circuit rlirht the office of Court: way. of map In the and thereofon Clerk for I Octagon Powder, 'large, 3 for __ __._ 13c

--L_1111_ ttnMlal; A..IU._I.P.1..... Wvy r, Octagon cleanser, 3 for --- -- 13c the Ilradford Petition County filed, In and the d.'above'Tlbed/ entitled In Octagon cleanser, 3 for ... __ ._ _.__ 13c

NWy WI tA. /" Powder 5 for lOc I cause on the 7th dar of MayA. Small Octagon Soap Powder 5 for f
. ......, LA"'.. A...... Small Octagon Soap or II. 1941 byIlradford, County apolitical or lOc ,!
uhiflvlalon the t
/ I t of :

.4'n.:::;"_.:.-54.1u.:..s ." Yy,.I1e14Uer. Octagon Flakes, large _ .. -__- 22c 'each"f :Florida.of yea.t a..I.ekln, airalnat. In you condemnfor and ,I Octagon Flakes, large __ __ 22c .,

-.0... Flakes small 3 for 25c public road and highway pur.p. Octagon Flakes small 3 for _ 25c
Octagon ..... the .. areela' of land.Itiialr. 4 ,

M"""'----79." .. eo4 dtl.ll,... Octagon Granulated, 3 for _ 25c .ford County.. lying Florida anti belnaIn amt more' Hraa-particularly Octagon Granulated, 3 for ..... ?. _ 25c : "

White Eagle Chips, 5 Ibs. -- 33c That K'r.'lS dixcrlbedl. the I: a* follow.of the: KH I I White Eagle Chips, 5 IBs. - -- __ ,33c Nell'

Klek, large size ___ _ _ 17cCOOK'S tlon of the 27."Town
22 Ea.'. lying within tea feel of ,
the centerline of State Road lit
a. follow l *' ,I GREEN'S STOREAY
- GROCERYIt It Commie on 111* W.*t line of
aid Section 27 at a point If*.2f 1 ?
..t North of 'b. *W corner :qY w l .



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MAY 9" 1941nrv "

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BRADFORD COUNTT TLrt>!stfRAP1L: 8TARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAvfl'I \
J .. I

. '' !I 1 Hampton Happenings More Feed The Family Cow I' Brooker Brevities Mr end.Mr.. E. C. Parker, OVer the

Means More Eggs Should Be Treated and Mrs. Marvin OgdOll

; For Defense With RespectTreat children, Jacqueline and M u 1
MEETS ny Mrs. I L.Parker WEINER ROAST Jr., of
1il R By Mr*. M. W. Morrow CHRISTIAN CIRCLE Pompano were
"The Test of Discipleship;' was I Members of the IntermediateClass atlves here last vleldnl
Plenty of feed for farm poultry the family cow right andIhe'll MISCELLANEOUS SIIOWEU week.
METHODIST MEETINGS of the and their teacher :Mrs. H. Minnie
the of discussion Lou
topic Hazen
'r CLOSE Woman's Council when It met flocks means more eggs, and treat the family mllK. to plentyof Mrs E. C. Long entertained H. Howard, entertained the young week In Gainesville sPent
g The Methodist Protracted Meet. more eggs help asaure ample food health-giving miscellaneous class and Mrs. R. Crews Vlsltinr
with Mrs. Claude May on Wednesday This Is Dr. Raymond Becker's Tuesday afternoon with a people's
aunt.Mrs.
l rings which ran all of last week, afternoon, April 30. supplies for this country, Great advice to rural'families. "A good shower honoring Mrs. R. their teacher, with a weiner roast Daisy Fisher
of
closed Sunday evening. In addition The program, under the direction Britain, and other countries resisting cow is an, Important health asset A. Colson, who prior 'to her recent at the home of Mrs. Howard Friday Cove was visiting Mr, and Crt
to the regular Sunday morn- it
r s Ing service the Rev. Mr. Yancy, of Mrs W H. Griffin provedto L aggression, N. R. Mehrhof, to any family, because she provides marriage was Miss Clara night. Ralph Hazen SUnday
with each member !Is Flume of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green were Mr. and Mrs. ,
of Waldo, baptised the two small be Interesting, poultryman with the Florida Extension a food for which there no L R, c,
L sons, WilHom Jr., and Donald taking part. Quiz questions Service advises. KeepIng substitute. So, it behooves the The guests were met at the guests. All the young people reported were visiting their children T
of Scripture to give her and a very pleasant and en- Jacksonville Sunday,
care
,4 Spencer, of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson concerning passages family proper door by Mrs. V. V Hazen
entitled "Grace Mercy and mash hoppers full he said plenty of Water, and plenty of each registered In the bride's joyable evening. Mrs. R. p. Lewis and son, Ov,
) May.Much Peace" were asked, and a gen- Is one way farm people can helpin feed and pasture," the Experiment book. were guests of Mr. and \,
enthusiasm was expressed Little Harry Edwards, son of
national defense. Grady Baxter of
eral discussion of the subject con Station dairy husbandman Baldwin
k by the local members and many The living room was lovely with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards Is day. *
cluded the devotional part of the Prices are good, and the Department said.
(% plans for the! coming year' work' colorful garden flowers and thebrlde's the victim of a broken arm received Our town
of Agriculture will support Of the things a cow needs to was
program. shocked ,
? were made., chair was beautiful In its while climbing over a wire IJ
the market at an of at" 'maximum overshadowed with
produce
the social hour the average capacity, sorrow
During decoration of pink and blue crepe fence i
Mrs. J. C. Wilcox spent the hostess served refreshments to about 22 cents, ,Chicago basis, for water Is foremost, be explained.A Wednesday morning. Sunday morning when it |lea
r, 0 week-end In Valdosta, Ga. the following guests; Mrs. J. H. the next 2 years, he pointed out. supply of water is necessary at I paper. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards, that Mr. Johnnie Mott had
a Mrs. Roscoe Crutchfleld of Saxon Mrs. W. II. Griffin, Mrs. Feed supplies are abundant. Commercial least twice dally. The cow's Prizes for games played during Sr., and daughter, Flora Alice, suddenly at his home in !
91 the afternoon, were won by Mrs. were dlnn-p guests of Mr. and Mr. Mott had' hliTil
feeding water be clean
Macon, Ga, Is visiting Mrs. Ethel May Sweeney, Mrs. Delia Dyal, poultrymen are should fresh, and made
Mar-
W.
Jones and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. their flocks to get the most possible cool (a brush or palmetto shade Luther Harrell. Mrs. T. Mra. H. H. Howard Saturday here for many years until a I.t!
eggs, so that extra eggs will protect It from the sun). key and Mrs. L. A. Green.A night. weeks ago when he and Mrs. ,
rl, I Mrs Della Dyal, of Jacksonville CARD OF THANKSWe must come from special feeding Like humans, cows drink more shower of lovely gifts were James Beavls of Jacksonville moved to Starke. The bereT

and High Springs, spent the wish to express our grati- of farm hens. water In summer, so particular presented to Mrs. Colson and was an overnight guest of Mr. have the sympathy of the
,J'& past week in Hampton visiting tude for the thoughtful kindness "Feed plenty of mash, either' are should be given to this matter later refreshments of' Ice cream and Mrs.' H. H. 'Howard Tuesday community. em!''I

friends. and expressions of sympathy dur- home-mixed or commercial, and in hot weather. and cake were served. Mrs. night. Perry Gainey who Is an
+ Roy Kalch was a business Sat ing the Illness and death of our all the grain the hens will clean Good pasture ranks next in Long was assisted in.serving by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes tache In the Legislature a|Hi
visitor In Jacksonville last
'q mother. up at night," he said. "Keep fresh, order., If fenced pasture is not Mrs. J. K. Douglas Mrs. V. V. and Mrs. G. H. Parker of Gainesville visiting,his parents, Mr, and 31
urday. The family of Mrs. Josephine I Hazen and Mrs. Edna Crews. were visiting their mother, H. P. Galney .
Billy Brannon, son of Mr. and clean water where the hens can vailable, it's a good idea to over the u..a i ..H

Mrs. D. D, Brannon, of Lakeland Sullivan. get It easily at all times. Wet stake the cow out with a good

returned home after spend- R. A. Brannen spent Sunday In mash la an excellent appetIzer.It chain and halter where there is
several weeks here with his should be fed in a crumbly good grass.A .
ing St. AugUHtlne.
TRUCK
f 4 grandparnts, Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Mrs. J. W. Home and Mrs. 'tate, and once started, must be mineral mixture containing GET THE TRUCK THAT DRIVERS SAY IS.i .
_' lirnnnen. kept up. Extra eggs will pay alt, calcium, phosphorus, Iron,
M business visitors 0.//
s Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saxon and Jacksonville D. Gay were Tuesday. for the additional work.. and cobalt Is needed__n___. bv.. the n__ cow.__ no

? Lucile and Mabel Greene 1 left J Eggs are an ideal means of Other suggestions Dr. Becker
'' '. Miss Paris Gay registered makes to rural families with
't Ever-Normal
Tuesday morning to visit relatives turning Granary reserves -
.,, in Pompano. J nurse of Savannah Ga., was the of corn and wheat into cows: Milk the cow twice a dayat

M M. V. Smith spent the week- house guest recently of her defense foods, he pointed out. the same time every day;
end In Valdosta Ga, brother and family, O. D. Gay. Production can be maintained by handle her quietly; spray her yea, n. \ 7 e &; /-07fe /

t; 4c Marvin Dirt left for Philadel- Mr end Mrs. R. S. Baxter better feeding. Powdered o r with an insecticide occasional'/:

phia and New York Tuesday enroute from Lakeland to their dried eggs keep well and take In summer; and provide shade
morning after a brief visit with home in Dothan, Ala., visited Mr. little storage or shipping space in and shelter for her. Ro,176
t his mother, Mrs, Eva Blrt. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Thurs proportion to their food value. A I'

C H Mr. nnd Mrs C. A. Dennison day.Mr. case of 30 dozen eggs dries down Circuit Court Ends ,
'1",t visited Joe Sparkman in Gainesville and Mrs. B. y Saxon had to about 10 pounds.

T''' Sunday. as their guests Sunday, Mr. and "Give the hens all they'll eat Uneventful Term

Mr. and Mrs H. B. Wiggins Mrs. Wilber Purges and eon, this spring," Mehrhof said. "Don't Last WeekJurors
bad as guest last week-end, their Charles, and Mrs. Alva Abernathy make them rustle for their feed.
.y'r niece, Mrs. Joyce Hinton ot Keystone of Jacksonville. Feeding for more eggs Is a real for the Spring term of BUGEF

Heights and Philadelphia; Emory Brown left Wednesday( opportunity for farm people to Circuit Court 'were excused on
Pa. for Miami where he will visit his aid defense and add to their In Wednesday of last week and the
't? Mr. and Mrs. Huge E. Sullivan brother, Gordon Weest, comes." session officially ended Thursday, /
t.i1 I and daughters, Winona May 1, with the of
Yondlne, passing sentences :r i
The Christian
Church revival
I IV
and Genon. have moved to Hamp by Judge A. Z. Adklns. TRUCKSwl
starts May 11. Everyone Is invited Drive In
ton from Drive Out
Mayo and now reside Rev. A. E. Lightfoot pronounced '
at the Nlmmo Apartments. sible. to attend as often as pos-I Cafe PlannedE. the Invocation at the

h 1, Mrs. Eliza Hall had as her opening of the session; Judge A.
guests Monday, her brother-in-law D, Milligan, proprietor of Z. Adkins presided, and State's
; and sister Mr and Mrs. A. P. Herlony Moves Office the Sunshine Grill near the railroad Attorney. E. Duncan, and assistant .

+ Stringer of High Springs. After five years in Is old site on Call street, has leased State's Attorney Joe Hill
from B. J. Alderman, of Melrose Williams, were,the prosecutors.
on Temple Avenue, Dr. M. B.
kti;, New Herlong moved Tuesday to his that part of his building on Many farmers were excused
i v home at 701 North Walnut street Temple Avenue which has been from Jury duty because of the

,1 !Modern Dr. Herlong came to Starke for the past five years occupiedby fact that they,were In the midstof lIIY)fJ1IYDr 7 xrh 1-.2.-3 WIt,1

; Sanitary five years ago from Jackson Dr. M. B. Herlong. strawberries.picking and marketing their e Sure the swing's to Dodge Job-Rated
ville, where he had After completely renovating the There was a very I
Expert Barbers medicine for 28 years. practiced During building and fitting it for the I light docket. /(trucks! Here's why: A truck that fits the /Vaacvcr ,2/AMrxr 3im&/tooK/ff\\

.:.-;. '" his stay In Jacksonville, Dr.' Herd businesshe' will,open a new eating of Lawrence the Riley who broke out job( is a better truck, gives better per lOW.PMICID lOW'PtlCKO; 10W-MICIO
,
'' long was for six years on the place about June I, and will I County jail sometime ago, \ '"
i r For Quick Service Visit The Board of Public Instruction and !continue to operate the Sunshine was charged I wit h Injuring ,a formance,' costs less to' operatelasts I flUCK?"" "tsucK..... D D&e.JZl

STARKE BARBER SHOP 12 years Commissioner of Health Grill also. county building. He first entered /longer, saves time, saves money! And TRUCKS
a plea of ,
and Sanitation. He Is Mr. not guilty, later changed l: I !I.tl r Imi!!' R"'I",' """
a I
.,_ _uA president of the Duval County past foods, barbecued Milligan will meats serve of sea all It to to guilty, and was sentenced new Dodge Job-Rated trucks are 'the I ,D1IlfI! d, :I !I I !'; jail I''! u t

Our Beauty Service Medical Society, and Is proud of kinds, and operate a first-class serve two years In the State best trucks ever built-best quality ilIIij n-,

Insures you of number the fact 201 that to practice he holds medicine license. will restaurant have ,a he"drive-In"said Monday.and "drive It killed penitentiary.W. B. Woolbright negro, who best value. Compare them with any lill Illi I lu!Pfli'':' qrn, ,i',, '!'" I'II'ih k I'h''I h 8i'I",,;',,'" ,:;* ij,i,:i;I;:ib1l! II,:i i I'I i v

In the State of Florida.He Ned Berry, colored, near "I nml I" .. -'I" ,f1I faSffi-Vf, 11
out" and :
'r always looking] give curb service. He truck at price! Be convinced! '
Lawtey ; any 1IHIJJiiuUlilJihiJIi'IIJluI1Hw..1I1\I: !
Is a past potentate of Morocco has a two-year lease on the building February 23, was re- : '' : \ tiIJj rJJJI ..",_......
best .1 leased from
your
-; We have real I +, president October J. P.
il; ; I skilled stylists] i Municipalities, and represented The two rooms on the north bill vs in the W. B.case Woolbright.of State .of" Florida Roberts Motor

1' to do your] that organization at the side of the building which have Charlie
i work third International congress of been occupied by the Starke to Thomas was sentenced Temple Avenue
serve two STARKE FLORID
cities In Paris In September 1925. Chamber of Commerce, have not full years In the ,
c STARKE BEAUTY He Is a graduate of the Medical yet been rented, but Mr. Alder- ,State penintentiary, after being

i ., ?' SHOPPE did College of South Carolina, and man "contemplates having a n and convicted entering.The on.a charge of breaking 1X(3[ )( r ((3E>QOOO facts! That Concern
postgraduate
Located Near Eat Door of work in Baltimore army store in the other side," ou Na 38 of a Stria
Courthouse New York and Boston he said. The Chamber of Com- case of Coleman Pees, of

lie has plenty of parking apace merce and Dr. Herlong both vacated Brooker, charged'with wilfully
at his new office, he said. i the building Tuesday. I trial.cutting fence, resulted* In mis-

The following,perJOns failed to
appear for trial and had their .
cash bonds estreated: .

Juanita Graham, $50 charged
with conducting a' ,
tf lottery and (
possession of lottery tickets; Harold I

Boulevant, $50, on charge of
culpable negligence; R. A. Ste.

_. phens and T. W. George $50 each,
for transporting property without

certificate of public convenience 1


i.k i. Manire Car,Upsets I ti

k Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Manire and

-"sal' daughter, Margie received minor
_ r I'' Injuries when a broken front
I'E spring caused their automobile to
: overturn on the Jacksonville highway
Sunday night. Mr. Manire /
--. received deep scalp cuts,,and Mrs BSIBBSB SB*'

Manlro and Marble were bruised A

t and*as cut badly slightly.damaged.The automobile couple of bad eggs. .




The Recipe For but why blame the hen ?


Our Success A bad egg does turn up once in a while beer and our right to make it.

...but that's not a sensible reason for

R destroying all the good eggs.. or fortaking And also to protect the many bens

t and it out on the hen. fits brought by the beer industry to

Rest Quality Foods Florida such as the 18,294 jobs
TAL L A II ASS E E Beer retailing in America is some. :

?>ow! Florid Motor Linen offers THROUGH and DIRECT service to JII'kMln- Horn Cooking Raised like that. The vast majority of created..andbeer's$15,751,151annualthing
r vole and Tallahassee payroll. Beer contributed $1,735,893.93
without change. Convenlently-tlmeri departures enable To a Fine Art I beer retail establishments
to leave in the morning, do jour riiopplntf or business in either. and you are clean last year in taxes to help pay the cost
clay return
In the Absolute law-abiding, wholesome places.
evening. TWO departure Cleanliness And of
going amt returning. The FIRST TIME IN 1115TORY I government in this state.
such transportation facilities have been offend In this Careful Courteous still there may be a few "bad egg"retailers
city. Service
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Way TALLAIISSEE $2.23 One I brewing industry wants these
Way Atmosphere I that sell beer and ((2)) by reporting any
undesirables eliminated
CONWAY'S I entirely abuses to the proper law enforcement
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AROUND LAWTEY By Mrs Bdd Parish Crosby of Jacksonville were visit t '
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Ing Mr. Crosby's parents. !.II'. and Naval Stores For Special !'
With Ruby Moore Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and Mrs C/C. Crosby, Sunday after- notice }, '
Bradford According t 0 a legal
children of the State Farm were noon George H. Inman, 'j'
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Brown of Plant City Is i County's delegate to the House' placed In the Telegraph last week.. 4 VrJ

RECII'K' OF TIlE' WEEK! !MOTHER'S DAY MUSIC F.5 S. Sapp Sunday. spending a few days with his i of Representatives of the State the Board of County Co unl8elon-' r ..
iSiSS" Southern. Spoon Braid Members of the Grace Methodist Eldon and ,.' ;
Mr. and Mrs Sapp mother, Mrs. Arle Brown. Legislature is serving as chairman era of Bradford County will ask ;
Chrl.- 2 1-3 cups boiling water. Youth Choir are preparing'a son, Mrs. T; N, Norman and Mrs. J R. Kelly and children, a !
Women"" of the Important Lumber) the State Legislature to pass I a Rqi
2 cups corn meal special Mother's Day of ,
the the home of program children were visitors to Camp Kathryn and Robert Lloyd, were il
b Service met at after- 1 1-2 teaspoons salt music for the Sunday morning Bland log Sunday Afternoon. dinner guests Sunday o f Mrs. and Naval Stores Committee andas local bill providing tor"OrpenaeS Q aw

r. B. Cody Tuesday 1 tablespoon sugar Service. Mrs. Louis H. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. :H. M. McRa. Kelly's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. vice-chairman of the' Committee to be paid to members 'o* s'.(d

Bay 6. The meeting was 2 teaspoons baking powder David W. Moore, In charge of Mr. and Mrs. B. M: McRae and U Drlggers. of Lake BuUer. on State Prisons and Convicts. Board, not to exceed $20 per y u.A
D, reading of the 19tb 2 egg yolks the choir, are very enthusiastic with the:
the children and Mrs. Wesley McRae Church services will be held month In connection
by Is his
Inman
serving sec.and
ned CodY. The Worldrvlce 1 8-4 cups milk over the great amount of talent I now work In the 1
and road
by MrS", and children, all of Pine Level Sunday Sunday night at Corinth consecutive: term as Brad supervision of : a
,111I of J6.00 was paid 3 tablespoons melted shortening among the young people of the and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hall and : Church. Everyone Is Invited ford representative and districts of the county." '

thlB,, meeting and other bual- 2 egg/ whites choir. I daughter of Jacksonville w e r e 'to attend. has taRen County a prominent part In At the present time Commissioners i ) a a "
discussed. 1. Add boiling water slowly to visiting/ friends and relatives here Mr. and Mrs Warren Kelly and 'the small receive compensation of a
? "was Mrs. W. F. Moore Mrs. J. T. i leading fight of the ';
followed meal
Boclal hour then corn stirring constantly. Witt and Mrs. W. F. Moore spent' Sunday afternoon. children Vonclle and Shirley county bloc. $30 per month. a

/0.!'t'rel"lments of open-faced Let stand until cool. Wednesday shopping In Jackson Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and were visiting Mr. Kelly's brother.Inlaw In addition to the committees Road matters have been placedIn ,;';, 'ro 7
d 2. Mix salt, and t
mac- baking
cookies, sugar and Mr. Mrs
sister and
box ot \ .
ice of and Mr. of the Board
ville. son. Bobby, Sampson on Lumber and Naval Stores and the hands +
dand fruit punch war e powder with beaten egg yolks. C. C. Crosby Sunday afternoon I rl
I Add milk. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain of State Prisons and Convicts, In- County Commissioners as the r** I '
red 3. Add milk mixture to cooled RISINGBy Hampton were visiting their parents man was also named member of suit of the recent abolishment, '
present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp BOATDRAIN Board of Bond Trus ii n
,\lIIOnl those corn meal. Beat vigorously. Add Mrs. H. U. Lewis the Committees 0 n Insurance, the County
rt' Herbert CAW.Mra.Brown.G. melted shortening. Fold In stiffly over the week-end. By Mrs Z. Z. Grime Public Welfare Cities and Towns tees. V p

Roberts. Mrs. and beaten egg whites. I Mrs. Luther Harrell spent the W. C. demons, Jr.. spent the Mr. and Mrs. H. Tyre of Pa-, Public Roads and Highways. Temperance -
;I. j. H. Moore. Mrs. Dean 4. Bake In well-greased deep 'week-end with her parents Mr. week-end In Jacksonville with his latka were visiting Mr and Mrs. Military and National Unusual Rose Cluster t,
Catherine Teare. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Guard Affairs State Marketingand
dish In moderateoven lass
11. baking or pan Lonnie Tyre Sunday afternoon. brought to
Miss Ida Hagan '
Mrs Bert Shaw and children Mrs. Grover Hatten. Agriculture.
K Roberta of Jack- (400 degrees) until done. Doris and Dorothy Lee of
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Dr. Earl Ruth, Leon and Edward and Mr. Inman was a staunch the Telegraph office this week ,a
Beach 5. Serve by spoonfuls from baking Bethel were visiting their! aunt supporterIn ,
nvllle receivedafternoon .dish. This bread Is eaten and Mrs. W. C. Conner were GRAHAM Mrs. Eugene; Prevatt Friday. the passing of the Federal rare specimen of the "seven sis;: Ii .} ry

InBI Injury from a horse hear warm with butter. visitor In Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. By Mrs. L. C. Smith Mrs. W. E. Green, and Misses Housing Bill which will provide ters" rose. This cluster containing ,er M
'!len ]thrown and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas million dollarsto t'' ;i ereA I''
at his ranch about 10 Mildred and Margaret Morrell attended some five to six 120 buds and blossoms, was
riding Jacksonville Beach.- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wonten and of Lacrosse spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. P'. :M. Griffin the funeral of their grandmother be spent In housing facilities picked from a. bush at the home w
W from taken to St. Vincent'sOjltal. family left last Friday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. were visiting relatives In Bainbridge Mrs. Mary J. Ruse at In the Camp Dlandlng Area.In of Mrs. J. E.:Owsley at Tberessa ? ?
lie was" relatives In Macon and McRae, Mrs. Netta White of Jacksonville Ga., over the week-end. last week. week
Lake City Thursday of a statement l issued this The roses were a beautiful pink stn ;.Jp! 1
Ga. They expect to return about' is spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Norman Mr. and Mrs. D. Boree and Inman said I "My membership : and white color and are believed ,.
YOUNG PEOPLE! If'you are June 1st., and will be located for her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and children of Hellbronn Springswere sons. Harold and Doyle, of Jack on these several various committees to be the largest cluster ever JfWMltawP,
Bested in going to the Lawtey the summer months at their and Mrs Walter Underbill.Mr. visiting Mrs. Norman's parents sonville and Mrs. Pearl Caw- I can be taken as a matter of seen In this section. '' 4 { !

ptin, Camp at Swan Lake the Kingsley Lake residence. and Mrs Bishop Thomas Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John. thorne of Douglass. G,,., were assurance that my constituents -
iter part of June please con- Mrs. W. F. Moore, Mrs. 'J. H. spent the week-end with Mr. and son, lust week. visiting friends and relatives In will be fairly and equally represented Do Your Meals Talk Back ;

ct Rev. Lee Enfield as to' par- Moore Miss Ernestine Moore and I Mrs. Bobb Thomas of LaCrossc.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and this section Sunday. both In the Committee This la often a symptom of

culars.The Miss Lou Edwards were Sunday and Mrs. Ervin McRae of children of High Springs were Mra E. E. Lee Bethel was Room and 01the floor of the acid Indigestion./ Sour stomachand 'M : wt
camp la for any and all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waldo recently visited Mr. and visiting Mrs. Dyal's parents, Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Grlf House In matters concerning the heartburn frequently follow q '' ye
nominations( and will continue McM. Moore of Baldwin. Mrs. Walter Underhill. and Mrs Jesse Cain Sunday flit and Mr. and Mrs. It alp l hGainey Welfare of the people of Bradford unwise eating and drinking. ADtj't'
week. Minimum Is visit- Mr. and Mrs H. D. Rogers and County." Get
rough one Miss Grace McDonald Elder S. J. Akers of Adel Ga., Sunday. LA Tablets relieve quickly.
Is for 25: young and Mrs. N. G. of little daughter, Carolyn, were 1
tfstratlon Ing Mr. Sapp was a visitor in our community Carswell Harrell has returnedto ADLA from your drul"glst.-AT
friends and relatives
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tople. Lake Butler. last week. visiting his home In Lake City after Mrs. Blanche McDanlcl YOUR DRUG STORK.: ,+ +
Winter Garden and Orlando re
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Plummerand spending week with his sister
Dr. V. C. Kelford of Waterloo, James Norman who has beenin cently. a Mrs. Blanchle McDaniel, 32,! its
OWL arrived Tuesday morning to family were visiting relatives the training camp since No- Mra. L. C. Smith and children Mrs. Callie Gainey. died Thursday May 1, In St. Vin LADIES & MENSALTERATIONS f'' ;,
with hla in Jacksonville Sunday. vember home Mrs Mary J. Russ 63 died' ,
pend several days recently returned L. C., and Alta and Miss Hazel cent's Hospital Jacksonville, following
lighter, Mrs. Lee Enfield While Mlas Clara Mae Harley has as with an honorable discharge because Smith of Camp Blandlng were Monday night, April 28, at her) a brief illness\ i n. ?
Bradford County he will conuel her house guest Mitts Betty Sal- of ill health I home In Lake City after a long
Beach services held at
n visiting in Daytona recently Funeral were
series of lec- Mrs. Agnes E. Frled- I (tineas. She wee a member of ASK FOR KAY
three day monsen, a
a E. C. Lewis and Rob Norman Kingsley Lake Cemetery, Sunday ,Ole
urea at the Starke .Tabernacle, riche and small son Billie, all of were business visitors to Lake Willie Strickland was a business the Baptist Church and Is sur afternoon at 4 o'clock, with the At ALEXANDERS ; y "' I Is.1
der! which he will be at the Charleston, S. C. Butler Friday. visitor to Live Oak Saturday. vived by one daughter Mrs. Mary Rev. Mr. rooks officiating Arrangements IeI MII
'leetlng House" In Jacksonville\ Invited as dinner guests at the Prescott of Lake Butler; six sons II
Mrs. J. H. Surrency was visiting were In charge of the
weeks. Accompanyingr. home of Mr. and Mrs, W. F. L. C. Rues Leesburg; Charlie
three '
or I PINE LEVELBy at the bedside of her father Boree Funeral Home. '
Dean'ofe Mr and Mrs.J. I Russ o f Jacksonville; Russell DEATH '
Kelford was Farmer Moore Sunday were MAGIC
r. R. T, Osteen of Bt-ooKer, re Besides her James
'I Mrs II. M. McBae husband
Florida Bible Institute. H. Moore, Mrs. Lizzie Witt, cently. Russ, of Lake Dutler; Ashley Roaches, Ants, Fleas
McDanlel of Hellbronn Springs Prill :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carterd Miss Caroline and Betty Moore Eld. W. B. Sweat filled an Mrs. C. B. Roberta and Mrs Run of Lake City; Plese RUMs of the deceased Is survived by five, ***** Rats and Mice '

son, Larry. arrived Sunday honoring Mrs. J. H. Moore who appointment for Eld. W. E. Hall, C. J. Frazier were business visitors I t. of Camden Starke N.; and J.; Henry also 2 Russ grandchildren children Mary Ellen Anna Lee,, Harmless to Humans & Pets ( t mI at

ming for a week's visit with celebrated her birthday anniversary at Pine Level church last week. In Starke Wednesday and six great grandchil Oliver, Franklin, and an Infant 394 at Leading Drug Stores i 'w""a l la"
rs Carter's parents, Mr. and Saturday. end. two weeks old. '
tn. J. P. Wyrick.TO Visiting at the State Farm last dren. -I t
Mrs. Alice Oliver, who was SUNNY BROOK FARM
Mrs. Louis H. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Qltsaun .. ., .. .. ,
week were: bedside of her 'II.'IUIIIIIII..II..II..III1''I1IIM111IIU'II.IIIIIIItII..UW' ''' '' ''''''1I".jUiIIJiiii iiiiiiIio lal5IYYWeeaalaa'Ww.[ I f
Reddish Mrs. Eddy called to the son, By Miss' Arsuta Crosby and sons were dinner guests Sun.
CHECK Rf IA Mrs.Mrs. Volley Cooper and little son Gerald Martin Oliver, of Plant City several day of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gllsson. 50c ----O-- 50c
of Mrs.J. weeks ago, returned home Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Fred Miss Mandy Mott of Brooker (
.A who were the guests Saturday. Halslop. and Myrtle Dobbs of the "- r ,
been with Miss Agnes
| IN /DAYS Godwin. has staying MADAM LEONA
G. I H. H. Lewis of In Lake r
Mr. and Mrs. State Farm were City Lowell of Bethel during berry
!is visitingIn
Miss Beverly Cady Mr. and afternoon.
visiting
Rising were Sunday
f 666 Jacksonville this week. Mrs. J. L. Underbill Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of season.Miss Doris Lee and Miss Dorothy JUST ARRIVED I It r a
Charles White of Lake City wasa
Starke were dinner guests Sun. Lee were visiting Miss Leafy
of Mr and ,
the home noon.Miss
visitor In Doris Goodge of Boatdratn : day of Mr. Ward's parents, Mr Starling Sunday afternoon. Palmist and Advisor I
Louis H. Hill on Thursday.Mr.
Mrs. visiting Misses Vesta and and Mrs.. W. C. Ward.
David W. Moore was i Gives 'dates and facts regarding all affairs ,of lit.,
and Mrs. TRAIN SCHKIUJLK names
Yu- Odessa McRae Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown of .
TI spent several days during the past I I Mrs. Neta White of Rising was Sampson City were visiting Mrs,, Southbound love, marriage and business. Will tell your Innermost thoughts/ i

week in St. Petersburg visiting visiting relatives' here Sunday I Arle Brown Sunday. No.1 due Starke 10:33: p., m. and desires Causes speedy marriage, reunites the separated, rl"
Mr. and Mrs. F. Touchton and afternoon.Mr. Miss Doris Crosby of New No. 107 due Starke 9:03: a. m. how to better your business, get a position settle lawsuit and
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Case: WhileIn and Mrs. B. M. McRae River spent Thursday night with Northbound estate troubles lucky day and lucky cumbers. (is .

)gTor St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Allen Hall, Mr. and her cousin Miss Arsula Crosby No. 2 arrives Starke 6:13: a. m. For limited time only, $2.00 reading: for 50c ,with '
Moore dlamanteled their former Mrs H. M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs Miss Carrie Alvarez, who Is No. 108 arrives Starke 0-21: p. m. this ad. '

home and placed their furnitureIn Allen Hall. Mr. and Mrs H. M. upending some time with her Htarke and Hell hunch Itoomi for white and colored. Readings daily and ,j I ,
storage there.BIRTHDAY McRae and Mrs. J. W. ,McRae uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mra. C No. 101 leaves Starke 7.00: a. m. Sunday 9 till 9. ,.
Ruwt and children were visiting friendsat C. Crosby spent the week-end No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. On IIvvy. 17-28, near Farmer
GREETINGS to Gum Branch Sunday after. with her parents. Mr and Mrs (Daily except Sunday's) J EAST PALATKA Mitrkrt. 'Look for Palmist SlgnaAIMAAMIeAmAWaAeAMlla .
J. H. Moore, Mrs Melvin Alvarez. Northbound Silver Meteor arrives -
B.Mrs.Futch, J. R. Shuford, Miss noon.DeWltt Crawford of Rising was i i Britton Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oliver Starke at 4:19: P. M. ... .. / 'NAApAapAIIMIMA/AAUM. "" ....,tall", ,..""" ........."" ,..,""/......,.,.,..../.......... _/ inminwimmnnnwLITTLE "" I. +( I.

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Caroline Prevatt and little a dinner guest of Owen McRae

VtfaG Uy- L John Hazzard. Sunday.Mr. .


1i.1 Ftl rLttYVtQ1iM SARY Carradine.A WEDDING for who Mr. and have ANNIVER Mra.been F.mar.R. and Crosby. Mr.and all Mrs of and Jacksonville Raymond Mrs Randolph,Oliver were LESSON IN 1 ARITHMETIC I t t"l rp a


-fACE UbCt7Ll Send fur NCW booklet, con- tied long enough Fine to Linen celebrate Anniversary Mr visiting and Mrs.Mrs.J.Alice L. Underhill Oliver J"Sunday and 1r fl Y ; 1 ?L"M

tuning O'ov.yn.durans,DHlr of?_bright Address Idea: Rumford to Im- J their Silk! .and afternoon.We "if 11j'1 ; 7'"I i, f I

Jjalung Povdar. Box T. Rumford, R.I.J are sorry to report that BUY THE IEADER AND GET THE LEADING {I "
J. L. Underhill is ill again. or"ITPW5 TO

Owen McRae made a business j

= HOTEL SOUTHERN : trip Allen to Jacksonville Hall of Jacksonville Monday.spent t La Lai

r cold running water-Phone 3-9l07-rKurop the week-end here with his i

W. Adams St. at Myrtle Ae., Jackson\llle\ Flo. family .traaa ,

Rates: Single 75o: and '1.00 per day Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae a F '
Double $1.00 and $1.50 per day made a business trip to Gaines I

l FAMILY I. E. CONE Prop. ville one day last week.VANDERBILT. I
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DIRECTORMy
FUNERAL,
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Many Tears Experience Makes It Possible for Me to ReaderEFFICIENT Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman t t

PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE were viMtlng Mr. and Mrs. Eugene /

MODERATE PRICES Ellis and family of Worthington i e S

C. JONES Springs Sunday. I ,fie rr
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Mrs. J. H. Manning has returned .tjt;
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Sterfce, to her:, home In Jacksonville .
: after spending a few days r

III For Your Local here with Mr. and Mrs.. Allen j,1 :
Ford Sales and Service See Howard and family. :
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Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, LocatedOne W. II. Rosier of Arredondawas ::
visiting Mr. and Mrs H. L. ,
Block South of S. A. L. Depot Norman and family Saturday Particularly wh r alt America has


evening.Wadeus Bloodsworth of Ralford .figured it put for. you ancf U; faying* tM

J.J W.V ANDREWS JR. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. '

Norman Monday.Mr. FIRST IN VALUE EJ
and :Mra. Wesley Loyless / b
Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years and Mr. Jim Manning from CHEVROLETSTORODE/ I 1a3rIIIM a'A
Jacksonville were guests of Mr. FIRST IN SALES'airvgay r
Phone> 118 STARKE, FLORIDA and Mrs. Allen Howard Sunday.

Levy Norman and daughters, 7 ejdl r +
Velma and Gloria were visiting in 1 I tI s.r .
I Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.Mrs. / i .
J. W. Knight and daugh- / I / 1'o. aa+'

ter Sandra spent the weekendIn

.11111111111 Jacksonville.Mr.. and Mrs.. L. L. Renfroe CHEVROLET CO. i

t tO were visiting !In Lake Butler Sun- .

day afteinoon.Mrs. .
O. J. Howard of Vander- t

belt Is spending a few days with STARKE, FLORIDA ., Fi '

Do Your Trading her parents In Lawtey. r' tALL
Miss Evelyn Bloodaworth of

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are Raiford was visiting\ her grandparents .

given away with every $40 in trade 'Mr. and Mrs F. M. Nor. CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA NOT DRIVEN 5--- .:" '
Or last week. '
certificates. man one day "
Are Recleemed genuinely NEW! ; : :
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RIBBONS-\ll they come you
Is. c. e a SMITH'S GARAGESTARKE TYPEWRITER so 1 1 1 )
Yon Choose kiittJ! 75o: each BRADFORD --

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;,ly F p} '' IM M4 MOTH ERS' DAY- MAY II : ,



BOYS and GIRLS '

p 5, % That Not all ,the,angels are.in. Heaven.
1 Show Mother r
%"C You REMEMBER

r''. ti ,\ vr' TREAT HER TO ,'. ,For on Earth are Mothers, with

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The Park Theatre .
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ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS that almost too
seem
I '' Ginger Rogers, and James Stewart, In ,, 'erness may

"Vivacious Lady'1.; '

That Sweetest Thought -a: for wor}u; .Mother!,

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A Box of .., There No Lovelier' Gift For who, taught us our first prayers,
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Mother .

'.,r Nunnallys, Whitman or FRESH Fi WERS'who kissed away our childish


Gales Candy A Dozen'or two of our gorgeous, tears who would gladly have
t w fragrant Roses.. or an artistic, ,
s ;M t' woven basket filled with the prettiest -ssacrificed
;, That Sweetest of Women Has A Sweet of colorful Spring blossoms.
Mother will beam with to for her 1
:1 r h tooth, And So She Will Delight In A joy. get everything girls
so PERFECT a Giftl!
Box of Assorted Chocolates.
t LET US WIRE HER FAVORITE ,
t We Also Have Many Other Gifts For Member FLOWERS F. T. D. an db'M 0 ih er DOES deserve

a t Mother, Such As, Perfumes, Toilet

; Waters, Stationery, and Pen and Pencil Clar-Jean Florist. '
Mothers
a token of affection, on
Sets. s Phone 97 .

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,;. CARPENTER'S Day.. .
,- The Gift Mother
C Phona 64 Appreciates I
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.I SA ,VISIT
HERE'S A FEW GIFTS
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To The Boys At .

Florida Motor Lines Buses \Vill. -, THAT
CAMP BLANDING MOTHER WOULDAPPRECIATE
of GiftsIdeas
Carry Her There Fast, Safely

'"a Your,Mothers
At Home On ThisMother's
"'' and Economically ;
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Day (Sunday, Ma I I ) "

Would Feel Honored To Know .., 1 .
Their, Sons Were In A Religious v for SILK HOSE, SLIPS, GOWNS,
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Service Conway Service ,Station -\ x
Mothers DRESSES BATHING I
Why Not Attend The

Bus SUITS. HATS, SHOES AND
DepotMOTHER'S ;,. I
Raymond T. Richey ,'r Day
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Revival ____ '""- we _._ L_ _aa. VI
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h Here In Starke. Sunday Afternoon \ '

Or Sunday Night? TICKET
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Lucien Lelong .
4' Look For The Ued, White and Blue Tent To Thousands,of .... .a_ --. ..... _,_n ._... .
On North Temple Avenue, At Washing Perfume.
ton Street Near The Armory. r -' 'CONCERTS, .,
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Toile
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Cologne and Water ;.

,4 V. ----. -.- "'-.- ...,- "'- J "'-J_ ,-,... LECTURES Richard Yes Mother Deserves
.. Hudnut ,
: DRAMAS
To Ease Mother's' Task Cologne & Toilet Water The Best! .
: ;:: Toilet'V
ELECTRICWAREElectric 5 Tube R C. A. RAlDIOPrice Yardley, '

s Sets and Creams And "the best" means a
A GIFT OF
V> .
12.95 V scintillating Jewelry gift'
,, Pillow Tops, Albums, from the Gem elrySILVER

Fans These are only three-of the t i, Jewelry and Many no less. Our trays are ONMOTHER'S
$1 1.49 upRadios shining army of electrical agleam with i countlessenchanting
devices that are eager to'do The new compact set that finally achievesthe Other Gifts DAY
Mother's commands, and Ultimate in perfect audition. A-masterpiece items from '
$9.95 march against tha Enemy, quaint old brooches to 32 PIECE
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up of craftsmanship, fit
for the finest
i ; i Household Drudgery. A n the most modern of Jewelry WM. ROGERS
a Washing' Machines electrical gift will make an of gifts. ... .. ...". _, from modest little
excellent practical Mother'sgift. +', ONLY
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56.45 Uay 'i*.,! pins to elaborate neck.
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laces. up
Choose! .
The John H. ,'Y K O C H" ? S" '

Eastern Auto Supply Denmark
Furniture Co. DrugStore GEM JEWELRY CO.
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