Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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System ID: UF00027795:01187
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Boom Not Bomb Hits ''Starket + I Another Day Soldiers Get More Ride White Becomes ii I i "i.a+ ,

utd\ a scene\hardly hluurelf l otter ILl For Defense Work Than They Bargained For New Manager ) I<' 11,. I wS 'I

con f ut r" Thirty-six soldiers were seated mark the soldiers began swarm- .

t than II now atlti n, In an Orange Line' bus Sunday I Ing toward the door which the At Market : '<

a I witnelllleelt Registration afternoon about 4 O'clock, waiting driver had failed to1 shut. Some \ ,,

t D, business for and expecting, an uneventful, of them began Jumping, and the msnagentent'of'' the'' '
of$ ride back to Camp Blandlng. It dl"lver-nothlng, if not accom Chang In \
t ttorn L. D. Vlnlng chairman of the i Bradford County State ,Farmere'Market !Vr: u,
II are was hot and atuffy; some of them modating-stopped and let the ", M 'luJ
of Labor and Personnel announced yesterday
and Division doaed In their seats, others read rest off. Then he was
widened, get went 'on. l r .I.Iuy
of the Bradford County, Defense wit!!; the resignation of ,J.' "I* '
Iv.d Older magazines, a few laughed and In the meantime, back at the J : !
and the appointment of
din (S are :' e Council, plans to continue the joked. Orange Bus Lines station'' here Gentry
\\I ; of
L. 3d. White former
4oneeerected manager
n down. and registration Of clvttanaforde"" No one thought It cause for the real driver came out to dla- t'
"' fill
ti State
the Palatka Market
,e fense Saturday. The registration alarm when a young man; dressed co","* Silo, ,bus and passengers '
bet last w a e a success gone. .|The sheriff's office the vacancy' .'temporarily 4 sr n
IIcbes are Saturday' in civilian clothes, entered ike was '
dug for, .,, More than'1.700 persons have volunteered bus climbed Into the driver's noUfl t and police officials and In discussing Mr. the said change:: "In rlewof yes.-- ; ..e+w
terday. Gentry
water y t their* services, according: seat, and took state highway patrolmen gave
line, .e ? charge of the con. the fact that. the market here .1 i
pe, telephoned ; t eq', ';,, ,y'ts' ,. to Mr. Vlnlng; troll The bus lurched from the I chase. "patching up with the kid. Is contemplating handling all* produce -* .?'. Y
W napped bus on the other side of +t II+ '
telegraph .
All persona above the ogres of station but Instead of headingdue '* through broker, eliminating Yl

A fair 15, both white, andcolored, men east for the camp, the driver Waldo The driver refused to all sale through the market' office

ieofthla and -women.;'who have not yet turned right and started ot4 on stop until the officers got in I have decided to resign and ,
seen Sat the Gainesville the road ahead of him and drew I
vtty ts registered will.please do BO road. enter the brokerage business" *

Die\ above pic- ,,1++ xt': ,a....+ urday. There will be only one "Saaay" drawled one soldier, their guns. Mr. Gentry who has been manager .- .:14!:; r ass
lookingfrom booth Ste.rke-at the Bradford now aroused from his leisurely As the mystery unraveled >lt "+s
'At Is' one of Starke's oldest,brick buildings In process of being at of the market her for theIpast ;j
th the postofflce. Upper rfKbt) County Courthouse.-from 9 A.' M. napping "doesn't this bus go to was discovered that the uninvited three will be asaoctJ
Florida Theatre, years
1'h1l comer will beCome ,site of new to 5 P. M. ,there will be registration Camp Blandlng driver was a soldier-a second ated tn business., with Ralph AJ-.' l1! ///i/1'i rl

booths at all other voting I They careened across a lawn lieutenant from Fort Bragg, N. vanes. They' will be bonded "r !$
72 Luscious'Berries Top' Crate precincts as last Saturday. I and sideswiped another auto mo.. O--In spite of the fact that h* broker, In compliance with a W 1 I T=I /

iAiNn of a total was dressed In civilian clothe, '
Oadaden County out bile."This new policy soon to be adopted toby /
Bradford, population of less. than 82000. I bus is going to Gainesville and he was accordingly turned the market., fuMr. r/

I registered more" than 18,000 during ," the driver 'shouted. "But over to military authorities at White arrived yesterday to 11. rA

Saturdays .County, 'berry the week'of May 23. If Brad- i 111 take you anywhere in. Florida:! Camp Blandlng. take charge at, the platform her f' nNN

growers failed to' ford County :could register 4,800 I! you wanna go!" Thirty-six Camp Blandlng aol where a large volume of sprint k: qin ip

-malce-jtaoney. this- .It would do equally as well. Now thoroughly convinced that dlers had something t o write produce la in' process of' being., ,,
'- something was rotten In Den home about p
: Sunday night
County'teiflcfs., marketed
fits\ Bradford year but ,It ,
offices are In'the Courts vaan't the fault Y. ,M. C. A. Officials It was also announced that a tIJ''i u } n sM

petitioned the Board of i, of the berries Here This Week! Garage Attendant Held Up; bean'grader the platform has, and been will installed be operated on*' )" o 'wIu 4 4I 4tl

ity Commissioner Monday or of the, growers en-.. officials of the under the management of j jLester I
to ,close either.' No ,
them permission Sponholts.Oren ,
e finer fruit, has a Young Men'a Christian Association wwM,

courthouse from 12 o'clock ever been seen '. vie. visited ,Starke on Tuesday Week"Marked By Several Thefts corn Is. beginning to come. MIn r, 114rh
heavily, and will probably hit n
on Saturday until Monday than that. and Wednesday, (ieorge E Stockis "* iir
grown Its peak of production next week.. rll {
toga The Commissioners tended this year For f g s Associate i, National Secretary i David Rathblatt, of st, Petersburg II. E. Flnfer who lives In a Prices so far have been 1 '
# + + of,the Army and Navy Department very ,I ,
l that the county'officials instance, take I s''rrp yd Y, M. C. A., Lloyd Klllam i the veteran who rides upand !;'trailer near' the home of Mrs favorable going as high as 22o ; ,

re not appointed by them nor the crate shown Is Executive; Secretary of the down Call street 'on a j: Jim Kite across from the City a dosen Wednesday., .
here wit hit s ( t '
loiulble.to them for,their con: Southern Ana of Young Men's "scooter" and sells pencils, had Hall on Thompson street, nearly Fordhook lima beans are' also i rte.t
proud owner, E. rt t I ea
L They ,neither granted nor. E. Norman. Six f ., Christian Associations: and Mr his car broken Into and robbed caught a robber recently. At beginning to be harvested .and !ig;: t "a,

d permi !on. enormous berries y Harry Baker la the Regional Secretary stew nights! ago His '37 Oldsmobile 3:30: A. M., while a long l and will reach heavy"production next. ,, ,J t''

+ of the Array and Navy.Department noisy train was passing, a man week 1.
said ,the each t
The County officials top pint- Court street:
was parked on
? the ,
.. T. M. C. A. for chlsted a door open flashed his "
ilMloners. are elected by the'pie Or a total, of only t. back of Koch's drug store, whena ,
Into the
J 1 Southern States. light window to make Realty Sales ,ltJ
72 berries to '
i and are responsible tome cap thief pried the window down lure the\ yuh
officials decided that the entire crate! AU three men'were well pleased and opened the dock taking al Inmates were asleep Total $9,000.J ': 11 1-
: then Into the 111*
done crawled halfway ,
lIvea' work that Is being I
with the
Mr. Norman ,
1 would close their, offices at suitcase containing clothing, electric -
'I door. Mr. Flnfer him
< Y. it C. A.' under more 1. 4111i)
8 miles west "of by the local F. C., HolUngswojrth "
and other articlesamounting 'realtor.
i on Saturdays ; leadership Executive ,Bee\ razor than half way, nd/the thief gotaway p
the' the I closed
Starke on real estate transactions
ArthrgWatpouaty:officials: ,In associatesMiss to perhaps $50. The With ,only) a pair of shoes J r
; B/WVear, his I "
LakeButler' T retary this week around '
counties close at noon Sat- Old ,, ? thief also stole, a half doeen which/* were" In.' the The totaling $ .OO&
: / his the place, which-used to belong to Gertrude' Ely and Miss Mar- doorway. Mra Pauline Torode ,
road. It Is second year on wheel foe his,"scooter. purchased a o
(niays, the' Bradford County'of.- boardof man being "his-stomach! Jump. ;
I couldn't make a living there, he Ersklne, and the local '
Martin Rosier." "They told me garet lone horn wt4fn..T. B. Hendrix ,
Our veteran friend did not ;;
xra decided to do likewise. Ing up and running away In ,the I J Mee
"but I'm showin' em. management. on the earner ,of 'fiouth'' Walnut 13 ,
his "Flanders Field
___ legs on dark, Mr. Flnfer does not know rrle
l imams The men comp "
In the ,"Battle of the Marne. He whether he was white 'or colored. I N: ,
M. C. A. Programas pie of Starke and Bradford\ had one amputated In 1927 and 62 1-2 x 100 and faces on Walnut "1 II'an ?

Sale Leases for their fine cooperationand street while the two-story frame '
Variety Health Unit said that we have an out the other In 1929 because. of blood Bob Glebelg, who drives 'a residence faces South street ..

If variety Is the spice of life standing example of the excellent poison truck for the O'Boy Dread Com This was a cash transaction!

good time should be In store StoreJerome relationships that may exist be- pany, was robbed of about $27 The J. P. Roberts Motors also l

r soldiers who visit the Army Has Been BusyDuring Grocery i, tween civilian and military J. P. Roberts' Texaco service In cash and a considerable number purchased from I. O. Prevatt. of, t s, auat

M, C. A. during the next groups. station was robbed of $90 Thursday of checks a few nights ago, Jacksonville, the lot adjoining
I about 5:30: A, M. by a man when thieves stole hie trousers ,
present the.south
for I I property on
'eek. An interesting activity has C. Hughes, of Miami,, They left Wednesday night
its first month of operation I who was driving a 1940 Ford witha from the head of hIs bed. He .
to ,
n planned for every evening. the County Health Unit has leased thro&gh W. T Clute,, Jacksonville and Pensacola of the Michigan license According to was living In a cottage on the Clarence J, Zlnghelm leased i
Saturday June a
night, confer with representatives
idles' minstrel show will be pre- has treated 68 patients according realtor, Benny's Grocery from United Service Organizations In the night man, Robert Starling, property of W H. Nollman on I I through Mr. Holllngsworth the ,:

H. Sale, owner. Accordingto two men drove up and wanted to Madison street at the time of the store space In the new Rabeck ;u ,
nted by 20 women from Bar. to' Miss Margaret A. Hoxsey Guy this area.Dyer t
IN, the home of General Blan- Public Health Nurse. Mr. Clute the lease la for a buy some ga/t/ The amount of theft.It building which was formerly occupied 1 #
the purchase was $2, and the was Tuesday night: Wednesday by the shooting gallery. t k
ing, for whom Camp Blanding The Health Unit holds (a) of five at $163: per
period years
II named. ReportsOn driver handed Mr, Starling a $IS morning he was to "check Mr. Zlnghelm will operate an Ice//' :f.( Oa, ,

clinic on venereal diseases free month, with the first and last : Work Done Here bUll up" with the Company and hada cream factory In the space Mr.. a

Sunday. June 8, a special "y"rugram to indlgents, or those who are six months' rental being paid in When he opened the cash considerable amount of moneyIn Holllngsworth stated It' I
i .,,.
will be broadcast over unemployed and unable to pay advance. L. T. Dyer, County Agricultural register to make the change the his possession. But, luckilyfor Mr, Holllngsworth 'also leased i i !t te

tatloll ere will WRUF be round-table in Gainesville. their own bllla, and are sent them The Interior of the store will Agent gave to the Bo a r d of man stuck a gun in his sld. and him he had Just cashed a' to J. A. Brooks, merchant the *' 1 "11.
dis- '
a, County Commissioners In session got all the money In the drawer. good-sized check for Darby's second store that M. M. Raybln

lon of soldiering, with two I by private physicians; (b) clinic be re-decorated and remodelledand Monday a strict account of his The thief told the man If he store, and bad only $27 In cash Is building west of the Gay Stan.. Wins Int '

n from the 31st and two from in maternal and child welfare; be ready for occupancy by stewardship since taking office: looked out the door It would be at the time of the robbery. I, dard ''service station. II
he Urd lessee by about July lS: Mr.
answering the questions.On I (C) immunization against small the April 11, and also made some Just| too bad, so he dldnt get the

Tuesday, June 10, a chorus pox and also dlptherla toxoid for Clute stated Wednesday. Mr. constructive suggestions regarding license number. They headed toward ?e't' y
II be wlll operate a highclassrestaurant
presented under the dl- children under seven years of Hughes i his work. Jacksonville Meet :
ection of Blanchard Law. and and tap room.
tests for malaria -
age. He has vaccinated 3,727 hogs
closed Wednesday.
On Wednesday. June II, danc- venereal diseases are also given. deal was the period for 216 differ Thieves Just won't let Dill
classes will be conducted all of these "Mr. Hughet has been to during One night recently s {ill
by The Unit has treated He has travelled Mundy alone. "- abw 't't ll
.1 Grace Dew. Quiz games types. during the month of May. Starke four times", and every time 1,600 persons.miles, covered the entire they Invaded hi* private Isaac :'t'i I! 4p aI
I also be he liked It better, said Mr. Clute. and atole two mt'
enjoyed. Walton precincts
each day
The Clinic Is open county visiting 15: to 20 persona .
Thursday June 4:30 p M. "Air. and Mrs Sale ace going on rods and reels, his tackle box and '
f" 12, there from 8:30: A. M. to : be said. per day. CLL
vacation. being -
be bunco and. Informal danc- Miss Hoxsey is there every day a real But"Mr. Dyer came to the an electric motor. Evidently '
with their "catch,
while Dr. R. R. Boone, directorof when he dissatisfied -I
of his argument
On Friday. June 13, a vaude- the Clinic, Is there Tuesdays Western Union, height revealed that for twO menwhowere they returned with Sunday the nigh poet I "the t- SY IL
e show will be I and Thursdays. residents of
staged by Sgt. May Erect Poles not In reality better the day the better the _
ae e. who travelled with a the County, and did not pay any John-
deed"-and took a i r
lade how and knows his en- Double FeaturesAt The City Council Tuesday night taxes In the County, but were motor from his ?
ertalnment..i of May ,20 swill son outboard -
rescinded its action merely hog buyers, getting 4

regular "Y" dance: will be Legion CenterIn I compelling the Western Union from Camp Blandlng and fatten- garage. had '

eId Co., to lay underground and selling bogs In this After the 9-horse motor { .
Saturday night June 14. en- Telegraph ing '
addition to the regular Bill said he boughta )
II office Call IS calls been taken,
aU 1 soldiers cable to their new on County-he had made r ,
who have visited
American I isIkid
at the !
offered locked the door hoping
be tertainment lock and
y, since
M. and vaccinated 2,489 hogs
c. A. and have signed Recreation Center, a Street. would come in
Legion that nobody
I Neat book are invited to W. C. Moore, manager for the April 1L, Thus taxpayers of
of the King. I
"Boas wife and baby
one act play ;; and swipe his
Qllle, hiring a
It ta District, and "Bob" Casper Bradford County were
requested that unJ.Qf1II.a and several short comedy skits, Florida id
be worn.Tobacco members of local manager, again appeared county agent: to take up more t as
will be presented by Precedingthe before the Council requesting than half of his time to vacci- Coons For Pets

t the ataff Saturday. to erect poles nate hogs, many of which were '
will be a permit f Tbereasa, +
Batten, 0
Record show a "Bingo" game Claude
Afteran commercial hog buyers.The
In which prizes will be upon which to hang wires. for these brought Into the Telegraph office a
J, held
E- Bennett, who lives six to the winners. Prizes hour and a quarter of "eloquent" Commissioners voted to Wednesday morning two two-
awarded '
leven miles North of Starke. donated throughthe debate on the subject, the serve notice on these men that month-old coons. They were 1d! p.rlh
Ita he la are generously a vote of four hire a regular veterinarian h
the the first farmer In courtesy 0 f the Edenfleld Council finally they must resting peacefully In a pasteboard
Coqnty to "Crop" "barn" granted permission for the to do their vaccinating so them\ and b
and store. to one box, with no strings on L "pe
:tobacco.. In fact taking In a l1tU. Jewelry performancesand Western Union to erect poles that Mr. Dyer will have more no top on the box! "Even If I s ', ,aa tic

more territory, he challenges These dramatla week-end "along Madison street from the time to do the things a County should take them out of the box. 9 I ryY'e

oybOd Y In the state of Florida! games are regular I S. A. L. Railroad to Court Agent Is supposed to do-build up they would come back and get '

Yortday bout June 2h "*am
500 stalks He Weekly recreation services Madison itreet to their offices dairying, etc.Automobiles.
would like from Batten caught the coons IUllu
hear from rendered to Camp Blandlng Call street "the best way Mr i
on ,
anybody e1ae In the 'two weeks ago tie said. They
bah Or State Include; five CollideTwo : ,
who has already now they could. wild then, but they
classes were very
e d tobacco, four dancing of the narrowness ofthe ,
Mr. Bennett Because He "ran themdown" '
that three community sings sixteen sidewalk on Court automobiles were slightly are tame now. I. ref
ordinarily> the first tc- street and
: a turpentine cup
heat Dines in about JuJymai'kete I, and fencing teams, twelve boxing expand-I I' street, the Council refused permission damaged Monday afternoon whena Mrs.VW over their heads put and caught them. : ,r 1
are driven by
It la These classes but Chevrolet Coupe JI
: not teams. string wires there efficient and
Augy <1 before estimatedthat to L. T, Dyer. Bradford County's hardworkingcounty I
everyday and It la might be E. Thornton, and a Dodge ;
ing soldiersare thought arrangements agent hardly need any Introduction to the people of this section' ,
about 30,000 of the E. K. Ferryman sedan driven by Andrew Cooley Picnic
with Judge for Bradford and
the American made Court and Madison since at one time he served as agent Union counIIrlf.
ktieU collided
Pleased contacted Recreation Center, to erect a pole or two on streets. at:Mr. Cooky's home laIn The picnic of the LawteyMethodist ties Jointly. When County Agent T. K. McClane, Jr., was called to' {

t4The Edenfield which Legion Is part of the National Defense the edge of his went property.on record as Qultman. Ga., but he has been Church announced has In active service in the Army. !.Ir, Dyer was offered ,the,vacancy here. ,! Stj!)
I Jewelry opened Bishop Lawtey news
.! cooperating with H..A. erected around Starke sine November this week's and promptly accepted. He Is seen above at his desk bvthe) court.. 1
Street Program being .
poles it was
S store last ,
+turday. "We Division of the Army. opposing any section of representing the Southeastern been indefinitely postponed house helping to plan the Bradford County farmer'. pare tn the. 'i"t.,
had Morale
a great the the down-town by L. H. Hai- '
Inc openIIIId In stated yesterday
were very much gratified staffed and maintained Project** the of Starke, now that the trend Is"((15. and Storage Bureau I, zard pastor. defense program. ;::1 .4 7'

r IlIEe EdentleW and the rupolUM," Statewide Recreation "rather to remove existing pole. Atlanta. "n'i't'

1&14. the W. P. A.

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I an attempt is being made ;now to remedy FARMERSPitt Perryman Heads for Army the and Navy Welfare
OUR local
!; The Bradford County Telegraph that lack. At the same time, it is also true I WITH Red Cross Here duty of this depart It "Ia

i, .tabll8bed:. 1877' that plane production has doubled since County Judge E K. Perryman a .connecting |link bet to a
t(, i ila November.We lives with his' all have been over" thinks Durell I. Army and Navy
:11 'uwJs1led'ec>kly on Friday and Entered ** See- Newsome last week accepted chairmanshipof personnel
1 : art C. Matter at ,the Post Office at Starke, FU, are woefully short on ordnance, and father, Perry Newsome. on a!i Drlskell, who lives 2 1-2 miles the Bradford County Chapter their families lit home
.. 187-acre farm at Hellbronn I out on the Camp Blanding road. American Red Cross. He suc-
.__ __ -- - much time to effect '
it is '
H taking progress. Spring: On the 60 or 70 acres "We were not ready, he con- ceeds E. L. Matthews, who has I. If Faeess
MEM.BER.LO The army has been criticized in this respectfor under cultivation they have 15! tinued, "but we ought to have served as chairman for the past I. FREE i' roupCll".olS: Adelia

; i MPRf.SS ASSOCIATION lacking punch, for being: bound with red acres of corn and peanuts and been ready. Germany started few years. Judge Perryman will Vlceu Indi
balance In "general truck preparing for war the next day
the on the Red Cross duties at
that carry loatln.Ca.Heartburn
tape, etc. In reply, the army answers ,
farming," Mr. Newsome said last after the World War was over. his office In the courthouse here. Nausea,
get a Iree
3eaocud ?lotlc'Ys r during the 20's and 30's it was given an week. He has a quarter acre of "I sorter half-way believe we and sample of
Mrs. Jr. free
.__ N. D. Wainwright a
m" fine cucumbers and a con- will get into the war. .1 thinkwe book)
--- SUBSCRIPTION MATK average of only $12,000,000 a year to spend very has accepted chairmanship of the CARPENTER'S
siderable amount of squash. are doing the right thing In Dltl'G 8
Lt-f1. $1.73 Six Months; $1.00-Payable in for ordnance. Whatever the cause, where- "
; Yearly } In commenting on President helping Britain all we can. Mr.
ever the fault may lie, we won't have Roosevelt's fire-side chat of May Driakell continued. "Britain can

Civilians Eager To Cooperatein enough guns and ammunition to really 27, Pitt Newsome said: "It is come mighty near winding up
Work equip our fast-expanding army for at leasta very reasonable, and he means German by herself if we keep on
Home Defense what he says. If the people will sending her all the supplies she
n It was a heart-warming sight last Saturday year, and perhaps longer.In cooperate with nlm'r he con- needs."

to see the eagerness with which Brad. personnel, the army's record looks tinued, "we will win out, and With reference to the Influence

ford County civilians-men, women, and good. There were 27 complete divisions in won't be sorry we promised to of Camp Blanding and the sol
five in 1940. cooperate In the war. diers o n Starke, Mr. Driskell
indicated their willingness to do May, 1941-there were May, '
children- worst we "The has Nli
"I think the war said: Camp helped
; < what they could to aid in the defense program Some progress has been made toward developing have Is on these strikes," Mr. Starke a good deal. But every- li! '

I ; now being undertaken by their coun mechanized and armored divisions, Newsome said. "They are doing .thing here ,Is high. That helps '9 1II pllu GI IhltY II'J'lll' Ilj I II'j41' 't'Ii's' ""II "" $
none of which existed a year ago. But the country more harm right'now some, but It doesn't help the poor gl il 1G I ; !! il I I'NI'' 4, !H Ij 'll''I d''Itil'' !',I V{II ht'I :I Iii .
try. entirely again equipment shortages are making i it! than anything else." class of people any, and I belongto h'H' {II i'' I !W, ill ,It{' { !in'ii'wp1"HI' !' ,.A
N Although the registration was "Mr. Newsome," asked the reporter that class." 1ry !
M 'Toluntary, it is believed that between 1,000 necessary to revise the previous estimates "what) do you think is the "In 1911," :Mr. Drlskell said, ;, { ;1I ,; ,!' last Mlit.
and 1,500 Bradford Countians "signed on downward. cause of all these strikes over "I worked In the ship yards in { dp'!' ?{WI{ {ldb!'{ j+I pI p gl I! II 19II! 1{!h II III {? !'{'X,! !,IQtiI, hII tI L +;i{ N'IP';' 'id U'tl!ill.YI'd'1' '! r.li I

t The is in better shape the country?" Brunswick Ga., and In Jackson- tlfINgII ;
probably buv
and others navy e nee
the dotted line" last Saturday, he' ; I! ',
"German responded ,
sympathizers ville. Then I left this of l ,
for blanks all this week. than ever in its history, one reason being to do part 1 ''I{ '{Il I II I''!'' l lu+!' i l''{ G ''''llPj!( ,II II III{ !, IIiI d+ f N61 '' Ili I-. !
have been asking ; they are. trying 1 the country and was In the West li IIII1,) !, ?I {!tl l _r d l+.{I t i hy l l I i ELI Iln: ,t +r
In view of the widespread interest in this that it was given much more money during all they can to help Germany.' for four or five years-then came ""p Ilpl! ?

't program, and the eagerness of civilians to peacetime when the army was given barely It is not for higher wages or bet he back here." dItijI II{""liI III
ter working conditions,
extend the time enough for subsistence. But i it will be -
cooperate, it is planned thought, but only because they One of Starke's honored citizens ''H
t for the registration in this county. 1945 or 1946 before we have a powerful are pro-Germans.( good American nearly 80 years of age, N. 'HCat
E Every able-bodied citizen can perform two-ocean fleet with men and officers Is not that type.*' D. Wainwright, Sr., owns a 130-

; ;ti useful task that might be of great assistance trained to handle it. No one has yet been "Another thing of vital" Im- acre farm out at Hetlbronn ;Cat t
some portance to our country, con- Springs and thus qualifies to VIII =
able to find to shorten
in time of stress. a way materially t
his country "is that the
to tinued Mr./Newsome/ speak as one of our farmers. 4"'i {
dti, r 'There is a place for everyone, and a need the time it takes to build fighting craft. farmers should consider the pro- "The President's speech the lit + + II IG -c

for The main thing right now is Summing up, we are going ahead, but duction of farm products their other night was a great document I ,
everyone. not going ahead fast the main business. The longer the ." commented Mr., W a In- {
Show willingness to helpin we are as as experts -
4 'to register. your war lasts, the more essential It Is wright. >"He revealed to the peo- If' tifs
any defense emergency. Anyone with think is both necessary and possible. that we have, plenty of supplies. ple of the United States ;just I 4
drive There is criticism of industry for not adapt- Our boya can't fight without where
kill, or) with even the ability to a car they stood. He showed us
typewriter can fit into the civilian ing itself readily to a war basis. There is food. We should raise plenty that the dangers are greater than
or use a ,
of surplus vegetables, and can
we ever anticipated. I am right
criticism of labor for striking in the face
defense'ptan.. them Many experienced young with him" continued Mr. Wain-
watch of the national emergency. There is criti-. farmers will be called Into the wright. "! have confidenceIn
*i If have not yet registered, every
for the you next opportunity and tell Uncle Sam cism of the public at large for not realizinghow service." Mr. Newsome himself him." Get Dodge Quality in a Truck That Fits Your]
was called Februray 25, but they
Mr. thinks t hat
deadly serious our position is in a world Wainwright -
what you CAN do and WILL do to insure a gave him 1JO days more, becauseof within a the brunt of the
largely dominated by the Axis and produc- year Prepare for defense;program ,demands and the "Ion
continuance of "life, liberty, and the pursuitof his farm crops. He will haveto Allies' side of the war. will be ;
happiness; ing for the Axis. Almost all who have been enter the service July 1, if shouldered on us to settle. "I with trucks that-are: built to work longer hours, more

watching the course of the defense drive. he passes ,the physical examination don't think they'll "ever 'invade'' more years capable-of extra thousands of miles of de

seem convinced that there must be a severe": and he'looks plenty healthy.?I this country," Mr. WainwrIght able; low-cost operation! That's what get when
How Far Has Defense Come said, "but Roosevelt showed. us you you
In It's First Year? shake-up-and that this country must II. M. McRae lives on a 60-acre the dangers.' 'in Dodge'quality truck construction. Tough, long-life
turn its ambitious into 1 farm five' miles out on the Lake
f swiftly plans the When asked what Japan'would
t f l May 16? 1940, was a tremendously im- actual machines of warfare if 'it is to be Butler road, lhohgh'he cultivates finally do-whether she would rials, careful precision workmanship superior,
the history of the modern world. Early In only about four acres. He has stick by Germany ':or 8 wit c b truck design are
secure. In the light of history, there is no four eons, all'of whom live in PRICED WITH THE LOWEST
that month the German blitzkrieg was around on the other side-Mr. blned in trucks I theChauis.500
excuse .for failure. And Hitler has shownus this section of the country, but
Wainwright said ""I believe
i'' X' turned loose in full fury on the Low Coun- Japan : Pick-Up630? built to fit the job\
only one is single and lives on the Is
what happens to nations which do too going to stick to Germany:.And (WITH COWL)
? tries. An army and air force'which had little, and do it too late. farm wIth' him.:. Mr. McRae is whenever we get Into this war, been'the principal topic of conversation InFa''y / himself not,able.to. work but his she will harraas the United ClhWrasTMs.'i\ ) ? lower ,cost. Act I tour
'' Stakes '
son raised foll, !' acres of strawberries andwUI ..
: States be,a thorn In the
{ European chancellories for years, but, which Banks Playing New this""seuon. Like many flesh unless11 .prfcM*,.. .alro. afamt..a. .. : fah4. ,We'll give your
Role We 'can bottle
up TfMmrUUM, .
never been tested into action at ml bed tun (if on) win. M'poc '
had came other farmers this year they ..ibm : .w... itelu...|. III ;
what ;
In navy she has and strangleher. in vhxk h to deal liberal*
of Sale Of Defense BondsTo 'out *_ Hi ........ cfeui,wl Mr a.alrM.. .
Th much-v unted defense Belgium hardly financially. '
last. ,, carve I think 'we can do It all
with mind Mr. McRae b nand NOTICt easy
,and Holland crumpled like BO much paper anyone an analytical no was 0 r right. I really think we're in
before the greatest war machine the world doubt the question has occurred, "Why are brought up In Starke, and has for a siege," Mr. Wainwrlght con-
j4. banks been living on his present farm tinued, "for the next two or three
so enthusiastically pushing the sale
had: : ever known. The war was on in for seven years. "Roosevelt madea years. And the brunt is on us." ON QUALITY
earnest, and Hitler'a Third Reich was awayto of defense bonds when it will mean that great speech the other night,'' "When Germany takes over' the

a commanding lead. many people will have to draw money from Mr. McRae thinks. "I think French navy" said Mr.: Wainwright -
y''r savings accounts in order to purchase America will eventually go Into "which she will do that / '
16 1940 tremendous im "
May was a
the war, he continued "perhapsreal will strengthen her navy tre- i
P, portant day in the history of this country. them 7" soon. I don't get the radio mendously."

President Roosevelt, speaking to the Con.Kress The question is satisfactorily answeredin news; I get the Jacksonville The reporter propounded another -
a recent issue of a banking magazineby Times-Union. It looks like Hitler question,\ to Mr. Wainwright -'
called /
for an arm production -
; program ,
is going to win the war If we : "What will Russia
w M, which would make American defenses a writer who observes: don't help But It looks like we tually do?" "Russia will i even-play I

'' ;& invulnerable, and our security absolute. He "Shakespeare said That one man in his will win if we enter the war. But around," he reap ended "and 1 7bwi7atTfuck TKUCKiJ.

then asked that slightly more than $1,000- time plays many parts, and so it is with I don't think we are prepared," come In on the 'kill'. If the Allies -
i he continued. "We are doing th win Russia hasn't done
the banks. Throughout the any-
long depressionthey
000,000 be appropriated as a starter. best we can to prepare, but we thing. She'll be all right. If ii
a'', So, the rearmament drive is a little absorbed the mounting national debt, should have already been ready" Germany wins, Russia will come

more than one year old. It was a drive, then as the defense program got underwaytheir In for her share of the spoils."
"When they first started, when P. Roberts Moto
which began in an atmosphere of intense lending function became of vital im- .
Germany went, Into France If the STAPLING l\lACIIlNES-t,30
enthusiasm, tremendous confidence. It was portance, and now they have' still another United States had declared war -BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- Flo
drive which shortly after bogged down to great role to play. It is their privilege and on Germany then the war would GRAPH. Temple Avenue Starke,

+'%i : the point where many almost succumbed to duty alike to educate and assist the publicto

'" hopeless despair. It was a drive which then invest in the three new 'kinds'' of United -A

1, t picked up, as industry managed to gear States savings bonds." .7/.1 vi S8mdma"tf L2itce rnaa# ,

itself to war production after decades of The banks of his nation are 't taking on I .

peace. What are its fruits today? this job purely'as a' necessary public" ser- ,''" fYAJ'Ottyh.f7he 7J /d I'

Judged by World War, 1 standards, we vice in a time of unprecedented spending.The ,, e ,

are doing well. We have spent or commit banker knows the dangers of inflation. .L. !!hl'StJ YlbJ/iilali.t1:

F7 ted ourselves to spend $50,000,000,000ur lie knows that thrift and common sense JsluIl .1':

?' em' entire expense in the previous war was must rule if we aren't going to go on a

'; $,OOOOOOOOO. We are producing far spending spree that will produce the worst ': f '? i :;:;t.. .
,:jI. ,< .:;;J ,: ., \<\ ,
au,, more planes, tanks and field pieces than we hangover in our history. lie knows that the '," ..;:-v< :' ,:,\' ; ,h >'('j".".-., ,<:,,>" .
produced then. Our training program for worker who has a reserve fund in the formof "9'.!4I''>'1 i'kt' ,:,,",,'' 1'1':"> .,", '1', ',-:.,.>' ..,. ,,;''.',;' '\ .

men has gone ahead much faster. Butr government bonds has a' cushion whichhe ", 't::r :>",.. 1', .y" ', ;-, ......"...."""_ x__ "

and this is an important but Indeed-the and the country may require in the *;:&. ,,,'"' '---'.
I "
world has learned that World, War II is a future, when the wars end and the boom de- .."':,,\.e': : /:,, < \",... ,

very different matter from World War I. flates. >> ,'- ;" .<

t Hitler has changed the rules and the stand Thousands of banks are now selling the a.

ards. new defense bonds. For those who are unable

Judged by what the best experts think to buy bonds now, inexpensive stamps -' '

r 'we should be doing, we are moving far too may be purchased and accumulated until a MI-

'? slowly, too inefficiently, too wastefully. total sufficient to obtain a bond is reached.All .

Prime need is for aircraft, which la given of the stamps and bonds are fully guaranteed '

priority by government over all other arms. by the United States Treasury.Visit 4 ;

Yet the fact is that every official estimate your bank and investigate this r

i of what we would produce has had to be method of defense investment. A defense P-': ; It

revised-and revised downward. Only recently bond is a safe place for your money-and Here's A Beer Known y

was it recognized that we had not each one purchased helps build a barrier Throughout Florida
"M 1 planned for nearly enough big bombers, and against inflation. Buy all you can.

For its Smooth Mellow Taste : sw rrere

Skits Popular During Nell for Alkali Ike, whose Walsh. Reader, J. J. Nuttall.
At Center love U centered on Lady Helen supervisor of the Center. ., 'odern Florida' sleek, streamlined But there' Legion an Eastern girl. Lady Helen is, Dramatic 'Director LawrenceW. newness has pushed many monuments, tween these olden, golden; days and today
memories of its first
many great glorious in smooth mellow
i'' Three-act pantomime plays. rescued by Daring Nell from kidnapping I Morel announces that these days into a world apart of friendship, throughout JAX Beer Florida. symbol

presented for the last two weeksat Indians; but upon learn-i skits, are presented. an added Yet there are those who still remember 1914.You'UenjoyJAX.You'11liketheust'since !

the Legion recreation center, ing of Alkali Ike's love for Lady attraction every Saturday night, Jacksonville's famed promenade along Buy the tang, the superb high quality that; i y '
; hare met with such approval that Helen. she makes the supreme supplementing fencing box Ing. known from Market socialite to Julia where internationally have made JAX the truly great beer it is. '-"-
three-act mystery plays are contemplated. sacrifice. tourist took their mom.Von'c you try a bottle of
U : Many requests have ping pong, badminton, volleyball, ing t roll. ..of the gay schottisches and pol. JAX today, rlIQ l >
w Those taking part were: Darin cames.etc. kas in the old St.J.ame. Hotel... when the .
been made for The G ,
this ,1'IclNationalHotd urn
type performance Nell, Nellie Hart Lady Helen, 1S79.at the
Helen McGrath; Alkali Ike. The American Legion center la employed a lpecialataft" waiters comer of Bay and Julia Streets This/affICW. hotel r
The recent production. "Su Claude Alvares; Indiana, PvU Joe a national defense project, staffed who spoke the principal: foreign language was rebuilt in 1881 and renamed the ft'trcc&;
preme Sacrifice\ waa a Western Wright and Douglas Morel.. In- and maintained by the statewide These days; these scene are gone indeed. Photograph! from the Jot Totrf CWtoion.JAX ;
story, woven around the love of cl ental music by Walter V.
project. WPA. IIEWIR6 I COMPAIY Ja ks
niMi I $ Funds -

JUN 6 1941


'"ot'R"" BRADFORDIII"I.ITFLOIUU .N '...AN- and aid belnic parcel In of land Bradford altuate County, lyln*, t.et South to 68 end.degree of U' East 10* or less.Th I I CERN! Houth 35 degrees If Kant 110 "< NoTirn or Appi.irATiowvon \ I
( Florida and more particularly de* S..ld.t rip assessment of the snld property I AND to Sam, whose place to th. Houth boundary of TAX I>KKIat ,
SIP he
I \ Plaintiff. crlbed as follows: mor.f'Vr ?,0.n.UInIn. 0'11 acr.. under the said certificate Inued of .. I* I..t..y. Florida. 8KU of NEV. of at a (. Bill *1 ,
.11'" Woolley. was In th* name of Unknown. Cornelia ofresidence tW'1 13 HERBBT ivE .
.. place point feet SK NOTKJK
t. That portion of You. and t.m. W..t (
Deten..ant. of each of aol.1
NWVi SE here '
".IPI wo.JI..Y. JulY % are Unions said certificate shall be unknown Harrison corner said land contain That Mrs. Annl. L. Alvare* I 1
rol ;Ih daY ot of Section: 2N. Town hlp 6 South, by commanded to be and appear In redeemed according to law theproperty No. ',:
I Satna, whose place of residence Is Ing 372 of Tlu. .
Harola acres mere or less. n3\1.
the Circuit i C.rtCat. ,
22 :
Kane Court
)lo a'ib. def..ndant. Rant lylnir Kant: of In and for Brad described therein will be unknown Benjamin Sims, whose PARCKL NO. s. the 3rd. :. \ I
IPI relll".nc. I. 111iI"Jv.nue. Alligator Creek and within 100 ford County Florida, at the office old to the highest bidder at the l.1.. of residence That filed In my '. ,',
whO..e Is Sam portion of SO according ha* same oftce
New of the unktown. lot ;
Branch. foot of the centerllne of State Clerk of said Court In the courthouse door on the first' Monday ;
I""nll MuntR, whose place ... .. .. Is to of Lawtey-Kast, Hide, ly ha* mad
toy. City plat a\pl.,101
required to app..ar Road 261 (Call Street) Project of Starke Bradford (County In the month of 1941, unknown. Lee Santw, whose place ing vtlthln 100 feet of th* : deed to \ Sal* \\r
Florida r. .e.t..r.
""r complaint tth.d agaln.t. 6621 eald centerllne paitBlnicover on or before the 26th day which Is the 7th day 1941. of renldence Is unknown, Lillian line of Mate Itoad 121, I.b..mb th* oW'Df f
bill l'' '1'bl" to b. pub.h. and arro. a part of the .f Jun.. P.. UU. to show what Dated thl* 20th. day of May, Sams, whoHw place of residence Is 66(13( said ... .. .roj.1 described property In the >
.... n. .ach week f"r four Wft of SE',. of ud Section 28a right title, Interest or lien you, or 11141. unknown Mabel nlafeof srilhed as .nt..rln. of Bradford, Wtat* of Florida, to-
ford of K..Iwh.Me
4 .ek. In In-ad follow: any you have In and to any of (OFFICIAL residence Is ... of
",. said SE..U.2 A..1. Thomas unkn.wn. Ruth Ketcln on th. \V t boundary wit:
... h a newllpaperI Be rln on the Cant above described parcel of Clerk of Circuit ..rfrd. whose of .. Lot RO 2 feet 1141
,: ... boundary of land and Court: of Bradford place r..t..n. Is salt! si a point On* Lot of land In Stark
County to show
)' In '101" Bradford. Bald SWK of tKVi of Section same" should not be cause why th* County, Florida 6-23 4t13 l'all.han. "Florida and .. South of the NW corner thereof Ft. N 8 by 310 ft., M ,Vf"
"h'd un. 28 at a point 4316 feet (South taken for the heirs at law, devisors, ..Hid point being on the arc of a bounded. 8 by Sanderson Lan *
,,4'" rtojJJtS M'A J8> of the NE corner thereof, thrnce u"f aid" purpose set forth In IV THR loKalees and llenors o f Marlon .."rh.vln. a raillua of 1.29.83 H by 1 St.. Hec. 38 Twp. 4)) a..
Thorn Petition to-wlt. CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
a* right of tort
L'lClAl. Bradford run North 72 degrees 18' West Sams, deceased; Robert Franklin l feet, tangent bearing a R. .3 .
B Upt. 389.99 feet to the wa). drainage ditches and borrow' F.K.HTIi JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. and Rorhelle Franklin, his wife point being Mouth 70 degree* 18'
: propoied '
rcBltr. cen said
> 8-20 pits for section BRADFORD .. assessment of the property
6.aO a or portion of C'OI''TF"01R"' *. whose Th
ter of Channel place of I 47" thenc Houtheasterly
of Alligator r..ld.n' I. I.wt.y. ; certificate
Flurlda.| Creek or Canal. Htate Hoad No. 261 designated, as BRADFORD COUNTY a politicalsubdivision Florida, \ Kettles. along E'U curve to right through under the said P
LICATIONRO&"OTleE Project 6621. a* located surveyed. of the State of Florida, Place of residence. Is unknown a central anil I" 6 degrees HO' 04' sued wa In the name of Mal
PI' APPEAR You and each of you. are' here and shown on said mail or plat and W, M Edwards, Chairman, T. Archla Kettles, whose place of residence 326.OS feet to the boundary fan Ureen.UnUss .
TO by commanded to be and appear herelnabove referred to, or default C. Chastaln J. K Wynn M. .a..t certificate shall
Annl.. Lawtey, of said Lot to at a '.' feet said .
Dt .'Iurlda 10: O.. P.O. O. Box In the Circuit Court In and for mav he entered against you. Harrell and P. D. Reddish, a* 0'1 Kettles,.I.w place South of th. NK corner thereof. redeemed according to law, th

: Ir' Co.. BI... and hi. Bradford County, Florida, at the WITNESS my hand as Clerk of bers comprising' th* entire Board I* Uawtey Florida, 'IOJd"Ic.nJ PARCEL NO. 4.That property described therein will ,
Vlrgllila. Llttl.VI office of the Clerk of said Court the Circuit Court In and for Brad of County Commissioner I of Brad I whose place of I sold to the highest bidder at u ', '>),
p .rumouthr e Annl". 118 In the City of Starke, Bradford ford County .Florida and the seal. ford County a political subdivision known Neoml Kettlna, whose portion of the Church lot courthous door on the first Mo.,1
Atlanta. u..orllla F.dnalBapk : County*, Florida on or before the of said Court this the 22nd day of th* State of Florida. residence la Lawtey, Florida Ituate North of and adjacent day In the. month of July, J ,I
that The 21th day of June A. 1>. of May A. D. Petitioner to Lot SB a* ihown upon plat ofI.a .
3.k. notl..Columbia. ... plain. how what right title Interest 1941. to Bradford County;, 1941., Florida.at tark.. In -V- Mary Ruth Kettles, whose place ley.Kast Hide I I lying within which U the 7th., day of .Joty. > :.

of the Clr'ult Court lien or of or A. P. King et al. Y.JI de Is Lawtey. Florida, 100 feet of the ".nt.rhn. of 1141. ,''fl, '
fll..d In In you any you have In and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas F. Kettles, whose place of t.t.1 nattrd thl II in day of May.
Road 131. said *
bat ,
to of oald DefendantsIN
Count) Florld.1 any above described A* Clerk of Circuit Court In and residence Is '
Bradford B\I1\ 0 f .Int parcel* of land and to chow cauxewhy for Bradford ('ounl)'. Florida. THE NAMES OF THE Kettles Florida. Mary terllne being described as pa..lnov.r 1141. "'
*1* S defendant, Cas* whose place of residence and acrona a portion of said A. J. Thomaa. :
lOr. the name ehnuld not be taken T, Frank Landrum STATE OF FLORIDA I (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
ln y ou the foreclosure pf It.pili for the une* and Attorney. for }Petitioner NOTICE I. Lwt.), .Florida Albrooks Ket l awtyRast Mid* a* follow*: clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford '; *
Jo Cor follo..lne. de.Id purpoie let tles Ilac. of residence Is Hegln on the West boundary ofInl 4t (ML !
t the forth In said Petition 8TATK OF FLORIDA IN County Florida. a.zl
aln In II&ldt to-wlt. a* unknown. Kelt Ins, whoseplace &l of said I.awtey-Kast 8ldet I I 1-11
.ltuat. of EMINENT DOMAIN Pnf
right way.'dralnaire COUNTY OF BRADFORD CEEDTtfO3
) dltchr* and of '
pro".rt residence I I.
and point 1' R feet Houth of th \
tu.wlt: r for .a aectlon or portionof I, A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN to all other unknown unkno.n.heirs at law '
,. 8. A., :tllo : Circuit : NW rnrner thereof said WHOM IT MAT rONCRBNtTAKW '.
of TO
sW14 Eut No. 261, denigrated : Court of the Eighth Judicial devisees, legateea and Honors of Iolntb.lnll'
o, SE" at' of 8E'.4 of SW'.4. a* Project 6521 a* located surveyed Circuit In and for Bradford AND to A. F. P. Kln r. whose {'. H. deceased and J M. the era of a curve NOTICE! THAT on* US.

.,. and anlf l'II; Block l' In P..t.. and hown on cald map or Countv Florida, do hereby cwrtlfy place of residence Is Route 6. Box K.tl., .* place of; resident', ing total a..rsdtua of 1.291,13 of 64 feet and :: Rngln* Now t tl.aall.
16' part of N I.. Clf plat herelnabove referred to. or I that the above and foregoing Is a 11. Hendersonvllle, N. C.; K. E W, nul""a. : .en\'al Inll..... degreesIV said I"I.t.F'uP 1 41 Tar .
nd'lhat of 8. A. and correct of Hlnvest and wlf Mary Do Itlnve ) at .." vain Gr
Eaet default may: ba entered acalnst true copy the Notice And to all having wih
persons Point
lying or being Houth II 57'
:f NW14 NW14 In Eminent Domain >st, whose place of residence U 11,000 wa In
ot Issued
Proceedings ,
NW\4 : claiming .el."e
right, title Interest
N'4' ot vVlTNES3 unknown. any 5' Kant. : thence Hout iinitstvrly 31.
and sW eorn.r hand on the 22nd day of May A. ; I Bradford County, Florida.
.t my all Clerk of : estate or other to along salil lo
com. curve t h. rlsht
:: .&' apd And to all having mortla..e lan : usd In violation ofSection
Ea..t on Sfoetlnn the Circuit Court In and for Brad D. 1941, In the case of Bradford persons or or on of central angl II dar.es 141. for being
16 ru n notMPce ford claiming any right' title.. Interest l.arl'l. through a of *- I. Chapter 1301, Law* of
( subdivision of
North County, County a political laml
Florida and the seal In Bradford "
tMn"e County Florida, tr '7 .77 fet to th
110 .West.1. 1320 feet.1 thence of ald Court this the Und day ofiftOd the State of Florida and W. M, estate, mortgage or other leln to which: are Included: In that pait Kast: boundary of Lot 60 of said Florida, I SO, and that It I I. the Intentlon -, ,J
..If b..ln. I>. 1941 Edwards. Chairman T, C. Chas or on those certain parcel of land of State' of R, W. Hoarborougb. I>l-
at Road
to poInt : Starke, In No. 121 designated' b C'O tee I Ii S. 11. U E. : County Florida. taln. J. U Wynn M. O. Harrell In Bradford County Florida which a* Project 6502," as located surveyed 1..I..y.I. of the NU cornerthereof. rector of th* Htat Beverag* 1-

.il In TwP.III to ( (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas and P. D. Reddtvh, as members ar* Included In that. part of State I and platted by the Stal* I. partment of Florida Tal1ha. ",

;- there Core..aid (" sra'MaW" Clerk of the Circuit Court In and comprising the entire Board of Road"No. 261 designated a* 'Project Road. Department of the Htate of You, and each of you, are herebycommanded "Florida to **ll the abY. > Pitt*
6621 sal
In the al- for fommlHSloners of Bradford as located surveyed and described at public In
otherwise Bradford County, Florid!. County Florida, and shown right of to be and In
>ul" '' !tH. Bill of Complaint T. Frank Land rum County, a political. subdivision of platted by the *'ate. Koad Department way map thereof In t office of the Circuit' Court In and appear for Krad- i of th* Court IIous* at ttark., KlorI -

tlonl lin'a*, confessed by you. Attorney for Petitioner* : the State of Florida Petitioners, of the Stale of Florida. and the Clerk of th. (' :Court Inand ford County Florida at the I Ida. at 10.00: A., M. n, I.

be Telegraph 1lrid. STATE OF FLORIDA vs. J. T. Qulgley et al. shown by right of way map thereof for Bradford and described th* t-'lwi'K of said Court Gtle.< *
ifnnl all""th. newspaper to COUNTY OF BRADFORD WITNESS my hand and official' of on the file In Circuit the off Court lie of In the Clerk I In the tln'n\\.. In th; City. of Stark., Hradford County, I I Th* Stat l ...r.l. Department' !

"nalo" ord..r one* each weak I, A. J. Thomas Clerk of the seal at Starke! Bradford County Bradford CourMy. and and for above entitled oause on .. 22 day Florida. on or befor tha 30 day Florida .. right to

"b Ihl.""k. prior to ,said r.my .- Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Florida, this 22nd day of May the Petition filed In the described above In of May, A. D I\f. by Bradford nf June, A. l>. 1.4. to show what ject any and all bid. '
!our Circuit In and for Bradford A. D 1941.OFFICIAL. entitled County, a I subdivision of right title. or lien you or All claiming any right or tlf
the 7th
!?*?; Mnd and official County, ''Florida do hereby certi ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas A. D. cause 1941. on Bradford day of May the Stat* of Florida j .t al against any of you have In and to any of I I Int.ral pe.on. or to said property e>r |:.r'

lh Stark"I Bradford (County: fy that' the above and foregoing As Clerk Circuit Court,, Bradford subdivision by County, apolitical you, and each of you, seeking to said above described parrels nfI..nd thereof are b r* <":

It tbl. 29th.. .daJ'.'of May *.. I I. a true and correct copy of the County, Florida. 6-23 6t 6-2 Florida *t al., against of the you Stateof and condemn for publlo road and highway and to show cans* why the : rr.S.J appear and to "*uo j ''
Id.. Notice In Eminent Domain Proceed each of purposes the said parcels of .am* should nut b* taken for the claim within thirty (80) from < '
seeking condemn i
':hA!. SEAL) A..1. Thoma* Inns Issued on the Und day of IN CIRCUIT: COURT. BRADFORD for public you road and highway purposes laml, situate, lying and being In uses and purpose* set forth In said the date of tb* first publication of (Jvj

of Circuit Court of Bradford May. A. P. 1941. In the case of COI "' TY. FL.OR1U4. IN CHAM*, the said parcel. of Isn4, Bradford County .Florida and Petition I to-wlt, anJIw.r. this notice a* provided for by 80
fir Florida. I.' U, --7. Bradford County, a political *ubdlvlslon situate, lying and being In Brad mol particularly described as fol drainage ditches ton IS. Chapter lun. rw. of L

__, of the State of Florida Marion L. Hutson. Plaintiff VL'' ford County, Florida, and more particularly .: { -eel Ion or portion: of Stat* Florid.::1.31. to the .* -> ?i Ita rf
and W. M. Edwards Chairman PARCEL NO. 1. No. Ill a* Pro of Tallaha -' ,

,7rTBHTH nnrt IT JUDICIAL COfHT CIH.'i FOR.I T. C. Chastaln, J. L. W.nn. .... O. Florrle On Monday Hutson, the Defendant.7th day of July, : PARCEL described NO. 11 a* follows That portion of EU of SEVi f t.d" a* (n'a.f. surveyed and ****, 'Iorld.or al Florida rab"and if
NBVt of
rfcORTOA. II* AND1MDFORU Harrell and P. D. Reddish a* A. D. 1941 Ute defendant FlorrleHutson. That part of the. Wtt of the EH\ NE0 Section I. .hown on said map or plat herein and ..10 yA1rty
fill' member comprising Township South, Range 22 abov* referred to, or default shall and UiiK
COBMTY. IN the entire whose residence I I. un of the SEtt of the HW. of Soo- I m..1 0.11.* t.rmlnat.
Board of County Commissioner of Is required to appear. tothe tlon 27, Township 6 South Range (Lt 46 of Lawtey-East Side) I ly b* entered against you, W. Mcarborough Dlw.eIO. tj
AfCIIRt'! Bradford 'County, a political sub known. complaint filed against 22 East, lying within 100 feet of within loo feet of the centerline W1TNKHS my hand a* CUrk of Ptat* Beverage n a r iff rrniP <
bill of
fributb.pum.. division of the State of Florida, her herein.. Tnf 'order,to be pub.llshed I, tbe centerllne of Stal Road 261 of State Road 121 Project the Circuit Court In and for llrad- Florida Tallahak***, Florida. if
6002 said centerlln being described ford. County, Florida, and th seal .ti
Dlvore. petitioners' vs. D. E. Knight et al. a week for'fbur 'consecutive I described as followsCommence 6-10 6tll
.n' WITNESS my hand and official once Bradford on the West line of as passing over and across of said Court thl* th* II day ofMay. ____. ii?|
Frlbulb.D.fon"ent.. .eal. at week In fountv I Lot* 44. 89 *nd 38 of LawteyKast A. U. 1141 I. at Htark, la I fi
Bradford said Section 27 at (96.3 !
County puhllshed a point vintmi
Starke2 Telegraph! a newspaper Sid* a* follow*: Bradford County. Florida.OFFICIAL IN Tim CIRCITIT rorRT.
TO APPEAR Florida, nd day of May ad d County. Florida.I feel North of the SW corner JVUICIAI, ciHci'i-r .or KIX> f ,
Begin the
ORDER on North boundary of ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas '
8TATE OF FLORJDA: Starke'Florida.. May 20th 1941. thereof run South 72 degrees said Lot 44 a point 88 fset CUrk of th* Circuit Court In and IIIA 11 rOH MMAl>. !
( BEAD A. J. Thomas J. Thomaslerk 18 East 120606 feet to the a !
un OU. Plac.. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. point West of ij
'rlbu..h. ( the for Hradford Florida.T. .
corner thereof County
Eya ,
As Clerk Circuit Bradford of to the left
D. C.II Court Bradford Circuit C o u r t. a curve having a said point on th* ofa Frank LandrumAttorney CHANCBRV 'f

W. b.reby ord.r.d tbat yot, County Florida. 6-23' 6t 620H County. Florida._ 1-13 ft ..18 ; radius central of 11,469 of 2 feet and a total! curve .r a radlu* aro of 2- for P,tltlonr*. Arthur 1". Turner Hr,

roqulr.d, Julr. 1141.10 .pp.ar b.tor..on the tb.above 7thf THIB cmcvrr-COI-RT OF TUB IN THK CIRCUIT COURT. BIOHTHJUOICIAI. I, thence or along angle less,said to 17 curve degree West 969* feetmore I line IS 8 64 83 ...:.. 19 minute 1 central* 30 angle seaonds. aTATI COU1TY Or OF FLRI.4 ."..PI.lntl N' 1H f&Defendant. i'HlAlk

tM Court to the Bill of CornflM HIOHTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. CIRCUIT OK VLORl of th* said ..ftth. E>4 of theE bearing at saidpoint I. A. J. Thomas, CUrk of the Turner.
WH .
01 .inst you In tb. .HADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORDStella <4 of th* 8WV4 of Section 37, being South 48 degree* 86 Circuit Cour of the Eighth Judicial oil W'OROHR fNOTICB
untied cau., .nd "TJa. BRADFORD COUNTY. A POLITI N the POINT OF minute* 26 seconds East tb.nc.oulh.a.t.rly In and for Uradfnrd 8ERVICHI ''
!onI County Telegraph" I* CAL, SUBDIVISION OF THE N CR&XCERT ) along said curve County Florida, do hrby certify TO APPKAH 'rf
thenc continue along said
designated a. the ....w.- curve to right that th and la TUB OK FLORIUAl M]
STATE OF FLORIDA. AND W. 1". Crawford. through a central angle above foregoing a STATI
In which thl order ..hallblilhed M. EDWARDS. CHAIRMAN. T. PIalnuft. all f..t.of said more WH or less of, to the the \Eastline of of degree* 16 minute 26 sea* true and correct copy of th* Nolle* TO Alo. Turner, WhOM, ,.*. '

once a week for four C. CHAHTA1N. J. U WYNN. M. .".. No. 122* NEW of the SWS of Section EH 17.PARCEL 11.2 fset to point of tangtncy In Kmlnent Domain Proceeding. Unknown. tIt

.-Meutlv week. O. KARRBLJL. AND P. D, HEDDI8H. Russell *. c.wford. NO. I: Mouth II degree* 11minute Issued on the 12nd day of May I I. h.rby ordered that you ar r
ITNEIW the Honorable A. Z.i AS MEMBERS COMPRISINO That portion of W14 of KH ofBE East 40.44 feet to the A. I>. 141, In the ca.e of Bradford r*
.1 JudC. of thl. Court. THE ENTIRE BOARD OF 0Df:: d.8 SERVICE "4 of 8WU of Section 37. Township South boundary of said Lt I County a political subdivision of July A. D. 141 b.for* th* abov* [ ,
I it. feat of thla Court IB the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF NOTICE TO APPEAR! South. Range 22 E..t. lying at a point 282.9 fet East of the Htat* of Florida and W. M. .ntltUd eourt lo th* bill of oon -> 'MS

r ef Stsrke. Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY A POLIoT.CAL THE STATE OF FLORIDA within 26 fet of ditch centerline HW corner Ih..r.of. Edward. Chairman, T. C. Chastaln plaint fl.d against you In tbej j jabov
rtth thli Z8 day of May, UU'tCIA SUBDIVISION OF THE J. Crawford whose described follows PARCEL J. L. Wynn M. O. Harrll and P. D. .d caul and "Bra.1- f1i !
a* :
!. COURT BEAD A. J.nu. STATE: OF FLORIDA resldencVTs 141 West 101st Btr.et Beginning on the Houth boundary That portion of BE14 of NEVJ of Reddish, comprising i ford Tlgraph" I* hrbr "1
of the Circuit Court, Wst of graded th ntlr .todmr'o: Com1mission.rs I I .. CountJ !. Vt
Clerk Petitioner New York City, New York. of said WH of Eof SEH of SWH existing- the nwspapr
dferd County. Florida. It I. hereby ordered that you are 8WHof at a point lit feet West road; and HWWof. NEH ofSWHof : County, apolitical which thl* order haU b* p.1
I Sa... Attorney for Plaintiff, J. T. Qu'lley, et al. required to appear on the 7th day the SB corner thereof: tbence Section 26, Township 6 South, subdivision 1 of th* Htat* llshd 010. a week for Four 1- ,V\

until! Florida. 6-30 it '-IOllOTirK Defendant. A. D. 1941 before the above run North 1 degree '1' 62" East Range I lao. lying within IOut.t nf Florida. ..Utoler., ... Bapp .cutlv ... MI /
Sntltl.d bill of complaint of of Btate Hams, et (. I IWITNKHH I mlof
NOTICJB, IN HMINRNT DOMAIN( court to the 1488 feet; thence North 11 de.&r. WITNE8H my h.le and th* *al '
or A."fIrnON PROClCICDIJIIG8 filed agalnet you I.the ..* 26' 62"East 200 feet. ; thenceorth 121. Project. 651.Id centerllne my. hand. and official thl oourt Itarl., rurMa.thl I\J\
FOR TAX DEED IN THE NAME OF THE STATE above entitled cause: and "Brad degrees. 24 0." West being follow seal, at Mtark lr..ford County A., 14th day of DL IU. j

(tout* .IH N*. !_) OF FLORIDA. ford County Telegraph" Is herebydesignated 8346 feetithence North 4 degrees *: Florida, this 32nd May (OFFICIAL AJBAU A. / .TCUrk l,,
of D.
NOT1CB IS HEREBY GIVEN.it To All Whom It May Concern: a* the newspaper 47' 63" East' (466 feet to the Begin on the North boundary U4. of th*.Clruult Court.
SEAL Thomas
said of NEU of at : ) A..1.
be published 8WI4 SW a
Ruhr ". Alvares holder ol AND to J. T. Qulgley and Minn I* which. thla order shall four oon"wiTNESs'STy North boundary of said WH of print 993 feet West of the NE 'OrlllIAL Circuit Court. Bradford Bam. n. Wilson, ,

l Certificate No. 330.' Issued the Qulgley, bls_,wlfe. wbos* place of ___....__once,_._a k.week. for EH: of SE14: of SW, at a point corner thereof ,tand run thence County. Florida. 6-10 6t J'ilntff. ..Attorney.IO 4t '-!. ;
West .1
1.1 feet of the NE corner
L tit of Bept-raber A. D. residence- Starke. Florida! and and the seal I.. .
I (llfd came In my office L. .A..1D"vl., and Lee Ferryman I hand Florida th.reofi th* lands herein granted '

nd, application for a U31i.1\\ Day-is, his wife, ,whose place of of thl* court at Starke A., D. 1941. n. .1 ot seres,, more or 't1

.1 to be l I..u..d thereon. residence I la Starke, Florida; Dove thla 20th day of May A., J less-, I
Kirk-la embrace* the "older a widow whose place. otr.'d.nce OFFICIAL SRAL' ) .Thomas PARCEL NO I:

fcrlb-d property In the County 1 I" Starke. Florida! Isma Clsrk of the Circuit Court. Fla. That part of th. Es t J
landlord, State of Florida,. to- Holder Smate whose place of residence Sam B Wilson Jacksonville 6-23 4t 613NOTim of the NE'4 of the NEV4 of Hec- your
Is Starke, Florida and her Plaintiff* Attorney. lion 34, Township 6 80111 h, Kang

Ill 8KH: of NW,4 Ex 5 A In 8W husband James Smate, whose place 23 East lying within 100 feet of

Ex 11 3-4 A In NE Cor now of residence la unknown; Lulu OF APPLICATION the centerllno of Htate Itoad III,

.id by John Coving-ton & W. B. Holder unmarried whose place of FOR TAX I>KKOMrnatr described as follows: and :
I ft Ex 10 A In SB Cor now residence I I. Starke. Florida: M rjorle ( Bill Mo IO3) Commenc* on the East line ofHoctlon pause
,. by Ruby Bradley-14\V4 Holder Manus, whose place\ o* NOT1CW IS HEREBY GIVEN 27. Township < Houth. e e ftwl

8... 21 Twp. 6 8. R, 22 B.. residence la Htarke. Florida and That L. U. Powell holder of Tax Range 12 Eaxt at aI4Tfolrn 73

lulnlng IS Acres more or less.h Sam Manua, her husband whose Certificate. No. 226, Issued the 6th., feet North of the ..r V:'
tiue-sment of the said prop- place of residence I I. unknown; day of July A. D. 1926, ha* filedsame thereof and run North S9 dgr es
made &0' West K2H.2 fset to th* point .
under the said certificate la* Lono Holder marital status un In my office and has
I WM In the name of Pat OasInteii known whose place of residence Is application for a tax deed to beiHSiied of a curve to the right having a
and total 1
of a
Said certificate radius 11.4&92
unknown marital
Claude Holder thereon.
; ,
laid certificate shall bem status unknown whose place of embrace the following described central angle of 17 degrees 22'
.. '"d the of Bradford thence along said" curve 49282
according to law, residence Is unknokn: Mack Haider property In the County
feet. to th. Went line of the HE'4::
Ipwtjr described therein will beto marital status unknown whose State of Florida, to-wlt: '
the highest bidder at the place of residence I I. unknown: Gilbert Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6. 6, 7, of Tllk of the HK" of the
rthouM door on the flr.t Monl Holder and Lottie Holder his 4 Trmples Add, to Htark In NEM\ at a point 61 S feet North
l Ihe month of July 11141. A Part of W 4 of NEU W SW corner thereof.
wife, whose place of resident* of NW"i Intention of I hi.In.trum..nt .
*'h .li the 7th day of July. 1941.ihl unknown: Llllle Holder Mlnton and of Ry & NE Cor of 1"4 of NWVi It bring the that partof .

I. t... 20th, day of May Paul Mlnton. her husband whose Sec. 28 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 said E. the En-t to 319 convey feet of the NK'-i
of the property
of residence Is Live Oak The assessment .
Place Issued of the NK'/i' tf said H.ctlon 34
ICUL 8RAL; said certificate
) A. J. Thomas under th
Florida and to all other unknown
within 100 ft of the centerllne
k lying
of 'Bradfordat of Unknown.
Court of In the name
heir at devisees legatee was
lawt b.r.de.m..d of State Itoad ZII. and no
"> shall
ty. Florida
,-23 813KOTlriO said. certificate
4t lelnors of C. N. Holder, deceased; Unless law th. other lands..
t' according to
And all persons havlnir or therein will be You and *arh of yon. ar* hereby
!! OP APPLICATION* claiming any right .title. Interest property: bidder at the commanded to b* and appear
t estate. mortgage or other lien to sold to the highest on the first Monday In the Circuit:: Court In and for
( : OIVKN or on those certain parcels of land faurthouse of July. 1941 Bradford County Florida at th* ft
t W. L. In Bradford County Florida, which In the month of said Court :
SB WaIL holder of Tax 7th day of July 19... office of the CU rk
'. No. ll' of July 2nd., are Included In that part of State which Is the Mar, 194l In the City of Hlarke, llradford
20th day '
1 h.. filed laid certificate In load No. 261. designated as "Pro Dated this SEAL) 1.f J. ThomaB. County, Florida, on or before the P
office "ncl niade application ject 6521" as located surveyed and (OFFICIAL Court of BradfordCount th day A. I> l 4t. to
us deed to ll18u. thereon In platted by the State Road Department Clerk of Circuit 6-23 4t13 :how h.rtlruhnl, title, lnterxi orll

ord..e. with lawSal. <1 certl. of the State of Florida and )'. Florida. .n you or any of you. have In

t. .mhrac.* the following de- shown by right of way map thereof and to any of suld abive dscrlbl

lbed Property situate In Brad- on file In the office of the IV: THR CIRCUIT COfHT. EIGHTH parcel of land and to show cause
ILCountv. Flortd'.t!; to-Wit! Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Ji'itiri\L ('IRC'I'I'1' op ..011. why the same. should not be taken

nf Rlk 40 *.. T. & COB Sub- for Bradford County, and describedIn in*. IN ANH FOR IIHAUFOHUCOUNTY. lot th* uses and purpose' set forth
of NE'4' NE% 8eo2g 'Twpment the Petition filed In the aboveentitled In said Petition, la-wit as'" right J"i
R. 22 ". cause on the 22nd dny of IV CIINCKRY of way drainage .ditches and burrow JtB&

?, ", of Bald prop- May A. D.' 1941, by Bradford CoUtoty Walter Anderson, pits for a section or portion _
r and.r the raid certificate IB- a political subdivision of the Plaintiff. of Stat. Itoad No. 2et.l designateda :
II. ... In the name of B. E. State of Florida, et al. aaratnst -vs- No. 1227 Project 6G2I, at located surveyed

you. and each of :yon, seeklnir to Virginia Anderson, and shown un said map or
I"1'*' laid I<1 certificate cnall beJ condemn for public road and highway Defendant.OIlTtKR plat herelnabov. referred to. or default

apc'"niT! to law tax ,. purpose the said parcel of : OK' SRRVICH may b* entered against you \

t '. J".u" th.r..on on the land .situate lylnir a'l.d, being In NOTU'fcJ TO APPHAH W1TNE8H my hand as Clerk ot.. ."
'iiJl Jlln' A- *>. 1941. Bradford County Florida. and more 'THB STATE OF FLOHlUAt1O th* Circuit Court In and for Ura.. *

,:,'; thl. 20th., day of May A. particularly dvHcrlbed as follows.PARCKL i ; Virginia e'"fonUr; whose I ford County: Florida, and the sual
I NO.1! residence In In State of said. Court this' th. 7th day of

rk'FiCIAL RF.AL) A. J. Tboma. A strip of .land described as It Is hereby ordered that you Are May A. IX 1941 at Rtarke. In
of f"lr..olt Court Bradford Beginning, at the Intersection of required to arpvar on the 7th day Hr..* ford County Florida.
JOt,. Florida. 6.Z3 ft 1.18 the North line of Call Htreet and of July A. D. 1D41 before the .ab.v. (OFFICIAL 8RAL) A. J. Thomas J Ji

the Rast line of Wellvr Street entitled court, to the bill of complaint Clerk of th. Circuit Court In and

'"F. f'lRT.T said point being the Southwest: filed against you In the for Bradford County, Florida,
("Ot'RT OF TIfFl ofDeHevolse entitled cause; and "Brad LandrnmAttorney
II.IIT" corner of Lot 1 In Block "A" above T, Frank
II''ORI.JI ...'11'I. C'lIaCI't'r. Addition. to Sfarke>>>>, ford County Telegraph". Is hereby for Pet(It tinners.T .

( .t'\ITY. F.oRtn". and run thence South 72: defrrees '' the newspape-r In "TK OF FI.OIIIO*
'ltrolO rOllNT!} A POJITI.'l'ATDllt0t10CVt IS') Bust along the North which:' I'I't shall be published UI'NTY OK BlltUKOnn
ION OF TH!') Four consecutive Clerk of th. i"
boundary of said Call Street 780fort once a week for I. A. J. Thomus,
.(' ) AND W. the Southeast corner of weeksWITNESS. Circuit Court of th* Right: 'u<1llal
CHAIRMAN. T. to In Block "C" of DeHeLot my band and the seal Circuit In and for 'adtord !.
ffARItF.T.T ANT.Us. J L. WYNN. JoL 10 to Htarke; thonca of this court at Starke, Florida, County:: Florida,' do hr.by o.rtlfy tt
: AND volMA Addition A. I> 1941. forgolr.aIs a
p. D. RF.DIT 34' 18" West this that th abnv and
: MF.MI1J<:RS COMPRliI. North the 3 d"Ir.ea Knst boundary of said ( F rAIaElbMay A. J. ThomasClerk true and correct copy of tha Notlc 1 .

(; F.STIRF. OAR OF'IIA''F'O along C" dlstanc of the Circuit Court. In Kmlnent omaln l'r'>c..edfcgs Is- 1t
("O IMI:'! TONERS OF Lot 10 In feet Block thence a South 17degrees Sam B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Fla.. *tie.01 on th. 7th lay of May A. D ,

RO "OPNTY A pOLl. of 75.12 42' West; 35 trrt: th..n<-.. Plaintiff* Attorney. S-22 4t 61JIN 141. In the "a. of HtadfordCounty .
'f.AT' HtBl> .f
IVHllnN'OF ubdlvlnn
TilE political
West 633.7S a
r. O North 73 degree* If
"'T. and W. M.
PeUtiooer., RJDA thenre Houth 17 delfree. CfRtUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOlTY. the Hist of Florida I
l..etL: : : Chairman.' T. C. Chas-
North IV CHAN'KHV. Edward
.. 41 West 25 feet: thence FLOHIUA. M. O. Marrell

*. Knight. t '1IJHR 73 degree* IS' West 320 f..li 42; ( Plaintiff ." ... and tarn, P.J. I I>*. Wynn. m.mberncomprising I
r.-fftndl\nt. 17 degree D
thence South Jack n'dtl* Boai d of
OT'H' : I t'III"F.: West 10 tert to point of beKlnnlng Beatrice Futch Defendant. On Monday .ira Hn J Jt
DOlllA.N of land being of July. 1941, th* County "forr
PIlfI' : Raid strip the' 7th day .
KKI43. of NW'4 of *>K4! of Beatrice Futch, who** f o.nlY. a pnlltlr-al .
p ,nM ''l: Oh1 THE STATE Section a part 28, Tp. I Bouth Kang residence Is Route 3. Box 23: the Htate of Florida.a I'.ttloa.r.

North Carolina I I. required V*. AFP. nyt'h dlerfr1.r 1
MAT CON the bill of
1'1'0 to
!) J: of a l-acr. to filed appear against her herein, 'seal at Htark-. Hradford Cu..I t,. When you're hard at work on the lob ease d
fnl'J?. Knl.fbt and N. L. tract. up (

-_"*.""->n.,:.r-rr.il-,l"'lt.Sl. .who.rk Township week*
r of a > cnlor. .who.. 25 fet *f newspaper published In as Cort.3.l.'tr
in ;p"dr"c I* Stark Florl- lying within a Florida.Htark County. Florida. .. better work
centerllne described a. aid Bradford County. the that makes for ,-a refreshing ;
ditch pause
1I0..kenberr ,
7 and 1941.OFFICIAL
1)0, *. Florida.' May 31.t,
. I:" Ho..k.nb.rrv. bl. wile. follow*: the 8ctuth boundar,. of.atd SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk l-f TUB CIHCMT TOIRT or TIP :\\f
... of n ( Ice-cold clean
.. FI re.ld.nce I. ,Lak.n. at a point 93.tt.el Circuit Court BradfordCounty. OICI) AL (' ( pause for Cocaola.ls .
"ra tra..t .I '
10 ; I aer. tft.. SW cornerth.r.of Florida. f-23 41 .-.11JlOT."E IIGHTI COUNTY KLMHIUA ""r

""In iiM'' P..on. F.a.t th..n of(' North 0 de..r.e. 11&'U"OIUJ COUNTY a political taste pleases. and a reeling fol '
DtuRU ,
IntJreato ;
".. m:rti.rlht-. tltI.. 1t0.ot ,."t: th"ne. APPLICATIONFOR of the Htat of Florida r'rhe
or other lien to 10' Ea..t U.7 or M. Kdwards, Chair :
W..t W.
'* la IB Kidfcrir**' Parcel of North u d..re.North> 50'boundary of TAX ulICr.nI..ar. .. la> man, and T. C. J L. Wynn, 5 lows. So when you throughout the day, \\Xi;
the Bill lf
"* feet ilsh pUl.
InSfcj11 Couny. Florid point 57,1' ( M. O. Harr.ll D. Itd< I .
". In ol aid 1 acre tract at a NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN 'lnp. ,
RnSVBKu the entlr
lt that
part NW corner of Tax as members the with IcecoldCocoCola.
East of the DeHue holder make it .
fet James pause .ff
t.U Y"' "l <>e.l.inatd That ofKrsdford #
' % a* thereof said atrip of land con No. 98S, Issued the 7th Hoard of County Commissioners YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY "
a locate J. *ur> less; Certificate County, a political
:: and l;tteb State talnlnar a.o* meres, mor* or day of August A. D. 1933.ha ha*mad filed division of the State of Florida l : ,
and *
"* art"'nl ot tb. Stat. of .,f tb. WutIU same In rny office be '".
o'That to
nd 4' ) deed
f .b..."" b' nht of portion "" fnt ...tNE" application for a tax certificateembrace -vs8app -p.tton.r. ,
' Said
".". or't h.r'ol on f". l" f..t of the Ea.J .sued thereon. aU "
th. et
IIi following d..*rrlbed' Bams, ,
, NE
01 the ji
.. ea.rk of th. Circuit .
. ....... .? tor, Bradford .... VsV. Sv \ property In "the County of Brad- ttea"aal. } t '
..... County to-wlt: COMPANY
ef Florida Of TH1 COCA-COLA
"" a....." the P.tltlo" fllea JSck .n-tlrHTir'-Vlr-rblJ. lard WU of Blk 1:1.: of K 2 W .. IIEMIIE1T n
; "tlt"'d cauM on, the c All 1 W l>0 14-f PHOCRRUi -
> Wci .My' A. >. nil. by :, f All EH of Blk t 8 of W In BOTTLING CO. !
Ss aiK 4 8 of R 8
v BIll
> .t't.."ntr.. : P..UtI..al..ubdl. \ poln7' ,' NW% of 8ub-Dlv. *x 6 Acre* old i IN THR NAME OF THB STARK -

"ahl.l III.t. of ..101'..... *t het SfoctiOD of the NW corner Tempi Murrhee* Hoc. 21 Twp. 41 H, fATE Of FLORIDATO .
kll.' t: K"i and .ach of you. ER.t .. klouth 0 d.a Mr*. containing f Acre* more AL MAY CON i
th.n. 22 K.
ood.m" th.l'enf''
a. purpo** the U. '

e.. _. :,


', JUN 6 1941

Ng 1!: R hau ,

Three Hostesses Honor special: article In the paper. It'sI oblige Only thing-I'm won- Graham back from
lIiilm.au SOCIETY and CLUBSDistrict a sort of myth; and if you know I! derin', with a line-up like that, other "points of ){}arnl ,:

;Miss AdkinsAt the editor of that paper like I I how're we spectators gonna tell Say they didn't Intere81" '

Luncheon do, you know that absolutely no- where the riders end an' the they knew in the run, Into, "

W. O. W. Meet Frances Landrum Miss Adkins Honor Guest thin' except what's as true as the mules begin? I'll bet they didn't MagIc City
MrS. H. C. Bitch, MlM Madge
At Jacksonville Luncheon Law and the Gospel combined But anyway, here's hopln' I hard Bill try1P.'
a t '," Lacy Conway, Fnanclal Secretary Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Lan- Middleton and Mrs. E. L. Matthews ever gets in the Telegraph.Oh get as many laughs outta this one many folks eresurprCd"111> !

j', of the local W. O. W. Lodge, drum announce the birth of a Miss Lois Adkins, popular entertained at a one o'clock o' course this la true all as I did out of the last marriage was became ;\
bride-elect of honorat at the home right. They really are goln to Recommended for tears: "My Alyce he *
announces that the next meetingof daughter, Frances, on Wednes- was guest luncheon Tuesday I both worked boom
at luncheon have a donkey ball game. And Sister and I"-diary of a 12yearold and K
noon Saturday a
the N. E. Florida District No. day, June 4, in the Alachua given in the George WashingtonHotel of Mrs. Matthews. In honor of it's goin' to be held Friday and boy in Holland during the courtln'consequently after had to do ,
h i, 5 W. O. W. will be held with County Hospital Gainesville ,Jacksonville by her aunt Miss Lois Adkins, Jr., Saturday night, June 6 and 7, ,German blitz Also the plain. p. m
n whose marriage to B. Pope. Well so long
Olive Camp No. 13 at Lake City. Mrs. L. L. Roan, and Mrs Bruce 28. at 8:15: o'clock. And it'a goin' to tive song with the same title folks '!
will be event of June heat's jus'
June 18. All W, O. W. member Circle 2 Baptist W. M. S. Fudger, an decorated be In the ball park and the B. and the same theme > .. And about I to get ble The living room was gotta
H. S. Athletic Association,Is goln' And speakln'- blitzkriegs, save
are urged to attend. of the W. Egyptian lotus blossoms formedan for aUt:
Circle No. 2 Baptist energy
lilies and next
with Easter roses snapdragons
+ I
of the have heard the week's
1 to get a large percent pro- you way the Elan- BUnt
The local will next Mrs. effective central arrangementon
camp meet the home of
M. S. met at and placed 0 n the offer I
a( Tuesday at the local ball at 8P. H. L. Brownlee Monday afternoon the luncheon table where mantel was a miniature bride and ceeds.We ding boys coffee without -Carol!
M.Virginia. with Mra. W. B. Alexanderas places for the guests were marked bridegroom.- Luncheon was served know for sure, too. that cream In a hurry: "Gimme a ,
1 I there are. going to be eighteen blackout an' blitz ItI"!
with cards in bridal
co-hostess. Eight members designs. i buffet style from the dining room
Jean Darby and one visitor were present.Mrs. As a gift of rememberance the the guests being eated at card :donkeys-that every member of Add new pastimes: Eatin barbecued 1I 1\
: both teams Is going .to ride a ribs at
Alexander circle leader, hostesses presented MUs Adkfns tables in the living room. Each spare the new I
) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby donkey; but where the :MYTH "Joint" In Reno Ole darky
? ,led the devotional, reading the with some of her chosen patternof table was covered with a white
have announced the birth of a silver.- comes in. we are not ABSOLUTELY -I proprietor aho knows how to cook
62nd Psalm followed by prayer. j linen cloth and centered by a
r daughter on Monday, June 2, at" geaalon held white flowers CERTAIN who Is goingto 'em Procedure la to buy 'em
A business : waj Present with the bride-elect bud vase containing
the Alachua County Hospital in ride the donkeys. But we by the sandwich then take It
with reports being: given by officers and her hostesses were: Misses but the center of attraction
Gainesville. The baby nag beenr" have 'been '"reliably" Informedthat and .
apart gnaw
and committee chairmen.Mm. Dorothy Fudger, Betty'Brlggll, was the bride-elect's table which
named Virginia Jean Darby. the following men will ride 'Nother
,p! A. M. Darby gave art interesting ,. Kitty Hogsed Kanlmlr Mumby was centered by a miniature brideIn new pastime in the
article from The Baptist Jean Clark Mrs. Robert Morris, full bridal array. The place- them; ma kin': Riding academy .I I RULOY
MANILA CLASP KNVKLOI'RS0x121 : On the one aide will be: Arch Yeah Horses HI I
Witness entitled, "Southern Baptists Mrs. Howard McLaln Mrs. Fulton cards were of bridal design. yooo
$3 pr ] -mi.\I>FOKDCOUNTY Thomas Carl Knight. E. L. Wil- Silver! Fetch me boots
Facing the Future; by W. Jr., Mrs. Jeannette my
The table in the dining
llama Judge E. K. Ferryman. E.
and saddle, 1
podner From
W. president of the ) *
Hamilton Klncald, Mrs! O. L. Beasley, Mrs. room was covered with a white L. Matthews. Mayor N. D. Wainwright -
now Its
on Cheyenne Carolyn thelIlngin'
Southern Baptist Convention.The T. T. Long, MrsD.. P. Carpenter silver
lace,ICloth and centered by a
Jr., Dr. W. E. Mlddleton.
iNew meeting plan for July was Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs. A. Z. Ad bowl containing gardenias white I Jerry Christodoulou and W. M.I cowgirl ,
to 'Modern not announced. kins of Starke mother of the corn flowers and fern. The host- Edwards.On From what I hear guess Virginia -

4 Refreshments of Ice cream and honoree, and Mrs. H. H. Parrish eases were assisted In serving by Smith will never win any
'' Sanitary cake were served. by the host of Gainesville. Mrs. E. L. Williams. Followingthe the- opposing team the following medals for close observation .
'r Expert ea es. dessert course Miss Adkins men will play:' While on a shoppin' tour In the rI
Col. D. E. Knight, Dr. M. B. city tot her day she
Barbers Buffet Supper GivenAt was presented the platter to her purchasedfour
Herlong, S. E. Sparks, H A.
HackneyJonesMrs. breakfast set. Mrs. Grady Bag- ; luffly curtains for the bed

For Quick Service Visit The I I midnight, Thursday, May gett, who was married last week, Bishop Fred F. Stump Marcus room windows In her new home
1. O. Jones of Starke announces 20. Mr. and Mrs. D. Sisson gavea was also given a gift. F. Brown Joe E. Wilson. Rev. H. When she went to put 'em

aY'', STARKE BARBER SHOP the marriage of her buffet supper honoring Mr. and Besides the honoree, Miss Ad. A. Spencer and Carl Johns. up imagine her surprise to find
1t daughter Glenda Ferol to Mr. Mrs. H. Carlton of the Columbia Substitutes will include: Nat there were five windows in the
_, .. kins the guests were: Mrs. A. Z.Adklns
Sternberg, Ben D. P. '
Lee Roy Hackney of Tampa on Military Supplies store on their I. mother of the bride-elect, Suslow room instead of.; four! By
25, in Bron on. Carpenter, Rev. A. E. Liglttfoot. the 'time she back I
'Our Beauty Service Sunday May. fourth wedding anniversary. got to the
Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. Grady Bag-
Miss Jones attended the B. H. J. T. Quigley Robert B. Wear. place, she bought 'em, I
David Rathblatt the veteran who they'd sold I
Mra. L F. Mrs.
sty, Insures you of S. and Is a popular member of rides on a "scooter." was the gett Fielding Chapman Chapman Mrs O. L. Rev. C. H. Allen; and Louis'W. out Any suggestions as to''I\I QREDIT

Via } always looking the younger .net. She Is an especially only other guest. The supper Koch.Carolyn how to solve her annoyln prob- TERMS
; Beasley, Mr J. W. Kincald, Mrs.R.
old I'm In
girl, an lem .
a talented dancer and 1.. ,
was held In the Slssona' trailer
your best .' F. Demorest Mrs. L. A. Davis,
} singer and has appeared In awfully tough spot: as I said. If Honeymooners Bill and
'o many Just back of Mr. Slsnon'a Alyce
We have real pop- Mrs.' T. T. Long Mrs. D. A. Montelth. that
announcement be
amateur and professional produc can gottenIn Just Bring
corn stand on Call Street. An
Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. D.
skilled Telegraph know can
do tions. "After 45 years of travelling" P. Carpenter. Mrs. K. G., Duncan get It In. And' besides, if you Its in J. H. ,,COURTMANCH '' Honest Face
your said Mr. Sisson, "we have settled Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. L. D. WatchMakerBUY
your column will
everybody read
.y workSTARKE PUBLIC In Starke. Vlnlng. m! Thanks!I. Ill do- the- same for WITH CONFIDENCE' ,

BEAUTY STENOGRAPHER you some days AT Company

SHOPPE: Isabelle Walsh Ladies AuxiliaryThe Young Matrons Circle -One of the Jones boys YOUR, BOMB JEWELER '109 Can. ,St. Starke, FfcJ
119 E. Call Street \\O. K., Jonsey .'. Anything to
,( Located Near Eat Door of
(One flight up) Ladle Auxiliary of the The Young Matrons' Circle of

Courthouse Phone 66 Presbyterian Church will meet the Baptist W..M. S., will meet In I!

f Krl Tuesday afternoon June 10 at the Church annex Monday nightat
3:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs.I 7:30: o'clock. Mrs. T. K. Mc- '

T, N. Kendrick. Clane Jr., win be hostess.. I A & P QUALITY

S Well-known Bottler of Advertised Soft Drinks- i II Carolyn Callstreetfor ID .. WESTERN: BEEF

r.i; Orange, Fruit Flavors Ginger Ale, Club Soda- ( 5

Well, folks ..- Here It Is pay a while In California Chuck.' Brisket
4 fr;; Seeks Good Wagon Man To Establish Route.
} day time again Just aa some Did somebody Bay business was
I Will Furnish Truck Exclusive Territory of our merchants were beginningto slackln' up? Well don't you ROAST STEW

believe It Koch's Drug Store isT u? Pound
get. a little jittery for fear the
had a grand total of 24 employes Pound
Mr. boom was,overqjBut U takes a on the payroll las' week '
See Mr. Goldman 'care !elute ; ; .
*' ,... j, r! little cash to make; 'tbo' woHd go An' other emporiums were equally FOno s>roR s : 1 12 / c
soldiers rushed 2'3-c
if" 119 E. Call Street 'round and the come to ,,4..

fir. town And soon'as they turned Errant thought:

loose a couple million dollars or Gala body's who mamas look like some f 236 Call Street E. SRacth.Sed

no' this week everything snapped Shouldn't be caught In beach SmokedPICNICS
back to normal I pajamas. lAfL' NECTAR TEA BACON
,.'" Gainesville Florida 'Sgood to see Hazel and Fred But let's get serious for a rnln-

r Guy back In town again .''t ute, folks Germany blitzes 1.4 Lb. 1.2 Lb. SQUARES

This time to stay! Seems Crete the Engll h' sink the Bis 13c 25c Pound Pound
that Fred Is I tuck In' his I feet mark. President Roosevelt makesan

: LONGLEAF YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS under a desk at the Coca-Cola epoch-makln' speech an' we 17c 17c

plant these days .-Takes a lot go right on buyin groceries,, eat- SULTANA RED
LUMBER & MOULDINGS of help to turn out the well-I Iln' three square meals a day an'a Tender Pound

known beverage lately .' little more soldier money next KIDNEY BEANS
'. Direct From :Manufacturer! To You DeWItt C. Jones says they delivered pay day .
pr 61.000 bottles to Blanding I I l Tralnln' and feedln' a few miltryln' 16 Oz. Cans STEAKS, - 29c

one day recently. to figure out how to get
d.'i.' Mill And Yards At GainesvillePhone Margaret Pearce and Jean I|l lion men is the Government's 3 For 17c Western Streak-O-Lean Pound

Davis breezln' Into town from, business, but keepln' 'em satisfied '

1237 or write Box very pleasant year at dear ole. a business and fairly happy is everybody's ANN PAGE BACON - 16'cMACARONI '
FSWC Both of 'em Here' how we can
help The USO (United Service
agog at the
XMIIIIAIII/MY.1p111iMiI.11XINwwlS.iMg11NM1AlII..wmI.MI. I since their last visit many. changes. Margaret < Organizations) drive to'raise ORSPAGHETTI Fresh-Ground ., Pound
bled away to Miami for $2,000 (Bradford County's quota)
4U"l sister Edna's graduation Is now !In full swing ... When a BEEF 19cKingan's
(nurseI) | - - -
and returned committee member comes around .
3 8-Oz.
Sunday only to dash to Pkgs. 13c .
N I away again Tuesday morning for I see you. dig down deep an' '
fork over some of'that long Pound
Ohio Hardly had time to profit
see the "new" you've been storin; away for ANN PAGENOODLES
Starke .
TH E HTR E Info' on the regular Sattlday And the past don't six grumble or seven. months. Remember SLICED BACON - 25c

night "Y" dance Freddie -
-the one who
cornea to see
5THRKE.FLORIDHModern Wimberly (In blue taffeta) and Is Broad Fine Each
you not only giving his money: or :
contest partner .wlnnln the Jitter-bug He's sacrificing his time also!! 3 5-Oz. 13c
And Bishop (In In the Mall LAMB PATHS 5c
Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound white sharkskin )and partner run- Dear Carolyn Bag: : - -

PROGRAM OF WEEK BEGINNING JUNE .8TII. nln a close second A. E, I've
Wally .Jr..- handsome In'.gray' always been a friend of Fruits And N. B. C. Excell Soda 1 Lb. Pkg.Vegetables .
Sunday Monday, June 8 &v 9 with uniform yours and up to-nowI've"-never' qr
w? "STRIKE UP THE BAND"With yellow stripes on asked a favor. But this la, onetime
sleeve '
*-a :welcome relief from GRAHAM ,CRACKERS 9cFLORIDA
: you gotta,help rue.i,or I'ma -
Judy Garland.and.Mickey, Rooney the usual 'khaki ; Mra.-Emma ,
goner. I'm In
sure' a tough
Paramount News Comedy Hill and Miss 'Ena Blachard. attractive spot. -
6 Pkgs.
in summer

Tuesday June 10 nervin', helpln to chaperone evenln'dresaea an' You of see mine a ,very none extraspecialfriend other than S E LOX Small 25c
refreshment CELERY
"THEY CAME BY NIGHT"With sion. at intermis Prof. E. 1.. Williams. Principalof -

Will Fyffe and Phyllis Calvert Helen B. H. S.. asked me to get a Stalk 9c

Selected Short Subjects have Parks claims she does Small 2 Pkg.
the beateneat bad luck For Large

Wednesday Thursday. June 11 & 12 She and husband (Doug) finally 7.9t LARGECROWDER OXYDOL 18c
(got 15c 1
away for a week's vacation *
at moke
I Daytona Beach (their first OflJn t PEAS
Lee Tracy & Linda Hayes since he came here to help build

Comedy Paramount News Camp Blanding) .v So what muck Pound 5c, Small 2 For
doea she do the di/jattanca Large18c
very first shot
Friday. June 13 out of the box? Sprains an CHIPS I 0 15c

"ONE NIGHT IN THE TROPICS"With ankle Jumpln waves, an' couldn't LARGEAD
Abbott swim the whole time they whether you lose your O'clock IWl9c
and Costello and Allan Jones there were LETTUCE 3 Lb.
"SKY RAIDERS" Short Subjects pathetic ,but Doug It didn't was very keep sym-him car by, fire, theft or collisionComprehensive COFFEE39c

Saturday June 14 DOUBLE FEATURE from returning' home ''with a and
mahvekma ''
'tan .
Seema. that this week's quota Insurance will Dixie Crystal Pk--;
With Wallace Beery.and Leo Carrillo of new.arrlvala Factory Packed 5 Lb.
rune to the feminine Pound ,5c
side It'. protect you.Charley ;
aweet little SUGAR ;
No. 2
"ARIZONA FRONTIER"With girls for the Frank Land rums Granulated 29c

Tex Ritter the Charles Darbya. and the FLORIDA BUTTER

"SKY RAIDERS" Cartoon Jerry Moore. Brother Stork E. Johns BEANS
mus' be lookin to the future and Rock Ground Meal or 5 Lb. J''kg.

MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT 11 P. M. keepln' In mind thoeo 40.000 surplus Agency Pound lOc

"EMERGENCY men at Blandlng.Congratulations GRITS 13c
SQUAD"With -
Sterke Florida - -

William Henry and Louis Cambell to Darby, Jones FLORIDA JUICYORANGES -
Also Selected Short who received his dip. from the 119 Pat Call Street

Subjects U. of F, engineering school thla Telephone IS Enriched Dated Sliced 24 Oz. Loafftut
ENJOY YOUR SHOWS AT THE week Ditto to Leslie
.i, COOL AND COMFORTABLE who University earned his sheep skin !In the i ( Dozen 17c MARVEfcBREAD; - lOc
of Georgia Forestry
.-11II.11I.-' "' MOr.nthpTHt!
14tlMTa11 WM"li"al.ulAMM9IN'M.MtlLaIA" Hear he will work TRAV .ER"Harttarri


., ,'" -,

JUN 6194l'I'' '

f, J ". 1 I

r-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS The Rev. H. Carter Hardin I the beautiful ring ceremony was i rated with a profusion of blue llcious chow mein supper. After '. ''\II j j':." ,. ,

I District Superintendent of Gaines performed.Mrs. and yellow uprlng flowers. The supper! numerous small p r I s es 't ,; a'l'
ville District, was here Wednesday R. p. Bnggett of Williston I W '
guests were seared at a horseshoe were awarded In playing bingo. Jf" : "
I May 28 holding the fourth mother of the attractive I Ih
N& visitor I Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hoi- Kenneth Mr*. Langdford }Hl:
G. Duncan was a M. Thomas, who was quarterly conference of the Starke in dusty rose chiffon, shaped table In the spacious Mrs Sewell presented I"
lingsworth spent the week-end :"&h
recently operated on at the Rlvers gift prise JVi ''i
Tuesday.and Methodist Church. with a shoulder corsage of shaded dining room and served a de.IWU > with .attractive ,
iOnvlUe ,
with Mrs. HolllngBworth'a father, 1 d }''

F. C. Holllngs, H. G. Connor, In Lakeland greatly e HOl Improving. Mrs. Mrs A. Z. Adkins and daughter the bride, wore a becoming r
In Galnesv1le! Sunday. Mrs R. A. Thomas, Is at his bed- Mrs. Fred In afternoon frock of pink and white t "I ,
Thomas Guy were
pore A. J. went to Oxford. side. STARKE SIGN SERVICE Id wtl'war
Jacksonville Saturday to attend print chiffon. Her corsage was
returned Ga., yesterday to bring home his
Vinlngr ,
L. D after a visit in son. Arch. Jr., who has been attending Mr. and Mrs. George R. Jones a one o'clock luncheon at the of pink rosebuds. L. O. COWDKEY I 'f "I
)!onday Emory Junior College.Mr. and daughter Miss George Washington Hotel. The Miss Clara Mae Harley and I /

Ga. Jimmy Ruby luncheon was given I by Mr* Mice Patsy Roberts served at the Located In Starke M,
Jones, of Wewahltchka, have recently Permanently 1 1 't I M
Ches- L. L. Roane and Mrs Bruce punch bowl throughout the reception \
George taken an at '
apartment the
aeband and Mrs. C. F. Ward Fudger in honor of Miss Lois Ad- hour, while Mrs. W. Hal I
t0on.1116 left ;
? ,triP home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. 30 Years A Professional Sign Painter Aq
made today for a visit with a son in Scott kina, whose marriage to B. A. Edward, Jr.. and Mrs. G. W. I ,
: aM
Tuesday. Orlando and other relatives and Pope, Jr., of Fountain, N. C., Roberta assisted In caring for In Business 20 Years In Palm Beach County p

friends further down the State. will be an event of June 28th. the many guests. ',I hty I I
George Inman Mrs. H. Carleton of the Col- ," ,; H
P re fiTsrke the week-end umbla Military Supplies, re- The bride's table in the dining ,

over and friends. Mrs. R. H. Koolbeck baa returned turned Thursday of last week Mrs. Evelyn Stephens, execu- room covered with a natural- PRICED RIGHT GUARANTEED ':
Ills family home after a visit herewith from a ten day's vacation and I tve secretary of the Starke Chamber : colored lace cloth, held the three- -- ,0"" ':, *;:1 '

E. L. Matthews her son-in-law and daughter visit with her mother In New of Commerce, and her chil- tier wedding cake, Iced'In' white >:H..
and )InI. Madison with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf. York City. dren, Marjorie and Tommy, re- roses. Pink and white Ice cream 221 North Walnut Street I t.:' l $

SuIIda1 in turned Tuesday from a brief business was served while Miss Lois Long (In Hear) p, O. Box 291WIIWIW'MlWnndINJIWI ;I 1 5I.l& .
Norfleet Jf.K
1 Mrs. Nat Friends of Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs. R. J. Fallin, of St. Peters- trip to Lawton Okla., their registered the guests names In I ,,,,,,,, ,, AAAIWWIWNMNIINNWNWNYNW.NUINN/NNNNWWNYIIalaWallM, ,,, '' ''' ''''. &: U
1 ''''''VNIUnnIIINWII'N4w'NWIUH" '" \ ''bft''"" II nnlNl'ill"' '"N/INNN/ "<'''>''' ''' ''''' I '
and Mrs. formerly Miss Ruth Rowe, will be burg, arrived last week for a former home. They were accompanied the Brlde'a Log. .

G. Duncan Gainesville, Interested to know that she has visit with her son and daughter- ,back to Starke by Ross C. Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. ;. wa

I Duncan, of Jacksonville.L moved from Daytona Beach to in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fal- Stephens, Jr., who will make his I. B. Cody were responsible for 54' ''hs1IF i

[last Friday in Sanford. len, who have an apartment at I home here in the future., the attractive flower arrange ENJOY AN EVENING'S WAy

Holtzendorf F. A. Scott's residence. menta as well' a. assisting' Mrs r a.

d. of Mrs.]earn Ben that she hasat Jimmy Sewell and Andrew Z. I Mrs. T. B. Hendrlx of Lake- Thede In the numerous duties In ENTERTAINMENTBathing

Bret to home on W. Madi- Adklna, Jr., who were students I Mr. and Mrs. E. H. St. John land, who early this week sold to preparing" for this occasion. J

her the past term at the Citadel In left Wednesday for a two weeks' Mrs. Pauline Torode her Starke I Mr. and Mrs. Bagged left

I Charleston, are at home for the I vacation. They will spend some home on South street, will leave shortly after the ceremony for a Coating, Bowling, Billiards: : 4''', ", i..

summer vacation.! time in Connecticut: visiting relatives Starke Sunday morning for her I short trip to Orlando and ad- I il MMfttlt I Iiy
Shepherd" has returned home and then spend a few daysIn "mountain home" in Mt. Airy, joining cities, but are now at AdIIINwtl

mending a month in Grits M.C.. Mayhugh of the Koch Niagara Falls and Canada.Mr. N. C. She will remain there I j home in their apartment In the'S. And Many Other Sports "i l ''uisI
in the
> and other points until September 1, at which time R. Johns resilience In Starke. 1 I "w'j,5
: Drug Store has rented the
new and Mrs W. H. Nollman she will go to Los Angeles and Mr. Baggett was formerly a .
Marshall house on Church St., and j,5
recently went to Sebring. On stay during the winter.The resident of Miami but at present 'j 4.wIWAr

Jean Davis and Miss MarPearce will Arcadia move next his week.family here from I their return they brought their i Is in Army service at Camp Ulan- HAIM1-Q) TRAILER PARKCOTTAGES ,r

have returned from daughters-Betty Jane, who has following attorneys were in ding. CHICKEN DINNERS ,

Iffoman's College at Tallai I Ii been In Sebrlng and Katharine, Starke the first of last week Out of town guests for the wed

i and will] spend the vaca- i Mr.. and Mrs. Merrill Futch a'student at Southern College, presenting legal matters to JudgeA. ding were: SHRIMP\ DINNERS / !4 q4'MaA' .

hue with their parents. I have returned to their home In Lakeland. Z. Adkins: Floyd Bass, A. P. Mrs. F. M. Onset Mrs Bill FISH DINNERS GOOD FISHING ram.'

I Tallahassee after spending a twoweeks' I Carnot, George A, Stephens, of Garvin, Miss Pauline Garvin, Mrs. COLD DRINKS BEER ON TAP t apqstN,
vacation here with Mr. W.' D. Faxon, who had retired Shad Ira J. wI.
I Jacksonville; Harry Margaret Brant ley, Atlanta Ga., Ny
IESS and Mrs. C. A. Futch. !
i after 20 In the ''I : ,
years Army, has Carter and Barton A. Douglas Mrs. E. A. Miller, Mr. Frank

DERATIONSludj I been called back to active duty, of Gainesville; H. T. Black, B. R. Miller; Miami; Mr, Elery' Den- .
Mrs. G. L. Patten
,, Harrington of Talla and Is now stationed at the Naval Burnsed and W. 'C. Mlnger. of him Miss LaVerne Weaver, KINGSLEY BEACH
Starke, Fla. I with hassee,her is spending mother a week here Operating Base, Norfolk, Va. He Macclenny; John J. Henderson, Brunswick, Ga.; Miss Mary Glenn .. 4 :

Mrs. E. E. Is serving In the capacity of chief of St. Augustine: and J, V Wal- Grimes, Bradenton; Mr. and Mrs. '
aviation machinist mate. den, of Palatka. E. E. Burney and Miss Inca IMsM

Click, Jacksonville and Mrs. Paul LAKE FRONT AMUSEMENT PARK I .

Woodfin O. Halle, Jr., of West Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John Coursey of San Diego, Cal. .. h(14 I It

INSURANCE AND.BONDS Palm Beach was he re last week returned Sunday night from a ON ROAD 48 NEAR CAMP, BLANDING '. ,II .' \,; i rlewNA,
: -
because of the serious ill- ''I.t .
five-day trip to the Indianapolis Visitor HonoredAt ,
ness of his father, W. O. Halle. Speedway races In Indiana. They ill?"I\** < ,1a all .
Chow :Mein! SupperOne Y
Friends are glad to know that \ .. alYM
drove 1.919 miles without a mishap -

HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY Mr. Halle Is now making a good Mr. St. .John says it is of the most delightful affairs Coming June 7 & 8't I
from his illness.
recovery "Very dry" up the country, and of the Spring social season W

i' we presume he was referring to was the supper party given /
I' Miss Carol White will go to : the weather. "Talk about Camp lax Beach9 PierRITZ .04 ill
Constant Service Over 50 Years recently by Mr, and Mrs. W. B. yet Yr I5
', Brooksville tomorrow to be a ;' Blandlng being dry! be said. Sewell for their house guest, Mrs. 7 Nwtl,
brides-maid in the,,Russell-Under Just ought to see Ft. Ben- e ,, qr
"They I P. J. Langford of Frostproof.The t tN ilk'.;
Please Phone 146 Starke wood wedding, which will take fling, Ga.-Just nothing but red party rooms were deco- r rarer .f' "
,I r l
place Sunday. Miss Jewell Russell dust!!" __ .- I"

and Miss White were RULED INDEX CARDS-SxSt ; Ii', !,! :i. ) MtiI
classmates at Southern College. BRADFORD COUNTY "
Miss Thede 81 per i I N


EXT TO'HOME YOU'LLFIND; Uit1 has been attending\ school In Men- Of Mr. Baggett'' / .i It! .,! + I.. I I Ix

treat, N. C., Is'the guest of her 4 I w ; .,
uncle and aunt? .Mr,* and Mrs.rllirley"kL The marriage. of Miss Gullda '
a *: ( : ""JoUnsrVMiss Corpen- of I C i ';
Marie Thede, ohljr' daughter'

(Enjoy A Fine Sunday Dinner With Us 'I ing was graduated last week from Mr. and Mrs. R. R. .Thede of t1''{ 1, /
the Montreal College High School. 1 lf Ir
And You Will, Agree Lawtey t o Mr. Grady Burton I+ f :' : .; dl4I '

[ Sandwiches Short Orders Regular Dinners I Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., returned Baggett of Camp Blanding was! :
I last week from Alex- an outstanding social event of ; ;

I andria, La., where she spent two Friday evening, May 30. 9' ? i '
weeks with Lt. T. K. McClane f'f, h
Guidon Grill I' Before the ceremony Mrs. E. L. ,
who has been stationed at Camp .g ar
II Blggsx of Starke accompanied by 'S
I I LlvlngRton. Lt. McClane Is now Mrs W, H. Edwards( pianist, +? '
Call Street r East of Court House E i attending officers' training school sang "I Love You Truly" and 4" jr ,i jib, I. .: V'ssM'
.... at Sill Oklahoma. ., p
Fort ,
Wwam11WNNWimotlumumuonaummlNNI"''''''''''''''''' '''' '''''' ''"nAlnnmotlomaaotlnlnwutlnrolNnlmoauNlWlWUtlNINNwuwmnvnoamNl' ''' '' '''''''''''' ''''' ''' "''' '' ''''''''''''''' ''''' '''''''''''''' ''"Nlmm''' 'Because.." 1ID ,

i The bride, lovely in a Cadet : A
Nllea'' Ray, of New York City, E CCJIcordi r. .;i wwIsA
blue suit and hat of white straw
NAT SEZ: was here Friday visiting his* d ,
trimmed In with navy ac- ,
In battle the Captain calls for aunts, Mrs. J. W. White, and cessories, and navy wearing a shoulder r .J}, ..J '.1 s NnM

'd a detachment of men to go out Misses Olive and Amelia Ray. Mr. I corsage of gardenias, was pre- n RTIST (, 1 arWM I
Ray formerly lived here and at- ;
S and take a machine gun Dellt.TbIa" ceded by Miss Abble Harley, her ;1
tended the B. H. S. He Is now ,
week Captain Joe Wilson detailed -
attendant and maid of honor "
> bunch of us to out an auditor in the National City I
< a RO who was attired In a beige h
and raise a little money for the Bank. suit and attractive beige straw r"" ''II'II1f. ,

United Service Organization. bat tinted with brown. She wore rC i I' I ,
Leslie Biggs returned home '
The only difference In the two matching accessories and a cor- 6 1 .
Monday from Athens, Ga., where 241L'i ; aW r I Ita II
assignments la that In one of sage of yellow roses. I
he was graduated Saturday night
0 '
them yon take a chance of being from the University of Georgia i White Gladioli., Madonna lilies ;" !J' r

killed. receiving a degree of B. S. In, and feverfew filled the Thede CREDIT 11 .: Y I} Yr
Our quota Is ",000, let's put It Mrs. E. L. Biggs and, residence with their beauty and TERMS
ov.... In case you haven't. seen i Mrs. D. A. Monteith attended the fragrance while before an altar OF Jr PIECES' J 'hINCati
Iryt IrytI
us yet we'll be a _ln' you. commencement exercises. of palms, lighted b y Cathedral I I
tapers In tall candelabra Dr. I "

'a LIFE The Rev. and Mrs.. B. M. Mont- William Shaw of Penney Farms Just Bring An ,
s IN condu.ted the marriage ceremony.I'I Honest Face
gomery, of Jacksonville, were
here recently and had luncheon Miss Thede, escorted by her THEATRE'

sFATHER'S with Mr. and Mrs.. O. W. White. father, R. R. Thede, by whom she GEM JEWELRY : ; ,

Mr. Montgomery has been appointed was given in marriage, was met ,
as Chaplain at Camp at the ,altar by the bridegroom 't 1NNn.
1 Call SH Starke; Fla.BUY Latest Pictures First Run ,.MY'
Blandlng. ;and.; Is looking for a Grady Burton Daggett, and his 109 :.'' ) ?,

DAY house in Starke so he can move best man Jack Thlrcle, where Program Beginning Week Sunday, June 8 1ft ::1
his family here. : ,Wlwlr,'
e" ,INNNWUINNYIWNIYIwIWAW, nNamauWlwMimWlwwNwegMWw, .. ''''', N I '' '
Sunday, Monday June 8th 9th :'t
Jff 1 June I B. H. Henderson, of Gainesville at the, a "The Great American Broadcast" fir, : ,t .
Is the new bookkeeper
Starke Coca-Cola plant. Before NOW! With Alice Faye, Jack Oak Ie, Cesar Romero, :t tal

; I coming to Starke a month ago, Four Ink Spots :.i: +
13th I a..
liLtsK1wv'Y Mr. Henderson was a clerk In 1. 't r

kOeFet ', the Commercial Hotel. Gainesville. of National Defense Orders DOUBLE FEATURE, Tuesday, June 10 ';i ; 'j 'Irr IW
On Account
He lived In Gainesville four or 'Angels Over Broadway"With a;

.' ', Madison five years the coming place of there JU. birth.from Our Shipments of Aluminum and HardI I Doug Fairbanks, Jr., & Rita Hayworth ;'r i l li' I'rs sal

I ware Will Be Very Uncertain. So We i ./ ANN.

IDolt't Dr. M. B. Herlong recently "So Ends Our Night" rj. l
to build two Advise You To Buy Now. I
obtained permits '
Wait Starring-Fredric: March Margaret Sullivan
more of his small residence for : 1 srs"r

rent on his property at the end ALUMINUMPERCOLATORS .
V Dad to Hint of North Walnut street. This AND DRIPOLATORS Wednesday, Thursday June 11-12 '; if i'

Iau'iI makes four of the six houses he "Mr. And Mrs. Smith"With ; .I'' S ,

touch his heart Is to build there. They are of
with j
IQ of several: Wembley concrete blocks: and the permiton For Your Garden Carole Lombard, Robt. Montgomery; : :,':i\; .: -

calls for an expenditure ra
10''E theM two CUTTERS AND
Ties. The new, $ of $3,230. HOES, RAKES. WEED DOUBLE FEATURE Friday, June 13 ,: .S', ,h'
'in.styled patterns and "Model Wife"With t; a e
abs are just what men WRINKLE Robt. B. Wear, Executive Secretary 1 Dick Powell and Joan Wendell h '\' 4 :
tant RESISTINGSTERNBERG'S of the Army Young Men's SCREEN
and women RO for I of Starke CAN OPENERS STEP LADDERS. ,r' 55
left this morning for Cleveland WIRE, PRESSURE COOKERSWE ; "The Great Commandment" .' ai

Ohio for a short visit with his '
With John Deal
Hi" two sons RobertJr. ; FI
AS'r.' family. I CARRY DAVIS PAINTS j1Aw
NpR John will be graduated I a
from, Oberlin College 0 n June ALSO SHELLACS AND VARNISHES II DOUKLE FEATURE; Saturday June 14 '

I "Outlaws Of The Panhandle"
10th the older majoring In Physical +t s,
education and the youngerIn 1 With Charles Starrett
forestry. Robert. Jr., Is an

man outstanding and won long the distance mite and track halfmile BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. I "The Great Swindle"With

races la the Ohio College I J. B. Carlisle Owner Starke, Florida II I Jack Holt I r

ter Conference, Ohio last track Saturday.meet at Woos- WBICAWIaMI1MNMll'1, _--.,,- _.1. ...... -aC '1'n n 'pl.r_ V''a.' I .




JUN 6 1941
iht 6 I

FRIDAY. .Jr'",,, _

'>., ;):.t.l fI; ':t was visiting Mrs. W E. Green THERESSABy Poems Written Poppies Bring $70 I ford County
.i' Brooker Brevities de"lgllate4
: .
and Miss Mildred Morrell
over 'the It..
1{ II .6 the week-end. Mrs. H. D. May By Corbin Cornell Proceeds from the American which thi.Week order for shall\h..1 ha'weeks

% Miss Margaret Morrell returnedto Mr and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler and Attract AttentionMr. Legion Poppy Day Sale May tour cooyt.''
By Mrs. I* l. Parker BOOK LOVERS INVITEDAll Lake Butler little daughter. Judith, of Gainesville WITNESS my hand
t Friday after
people interested In using and Mrs. F. A. Scott have 241 a totaled $70, largest. sum of this COurt at Ntarke' lho
visited and Mrs. J. J. this
Mr. End
spending a few weeks with her day of Pk
*it SINGING CONVENTION books from the school library are sister, Mrs. W. E. Green. Zeigler here Thursday. two young grandsons at Ormond derived from the annual sale of Ii Clerk(OFFICIAL Sl-JAJ.June, A.A. I>. I
The of the Brooker Baptist ot J
tl people asked to meet Saturday, June 7, Gordon who are receiving praise for their the veteran-made flowers since it the Circuli ,t. uM.
4 church Invite each and every Albert Griffis and Zena Grlf- Carter of Jacksonville Edward P. 1IIul
school hoiwe at 3 clock ahO.
one of you to meet with us Sunday at the be made fIs made a business trip to visited his sister Mrs. A. F. Har- outstanding work in school Cor- was started here 10 years ago. Fla. Plalntlft'a AUOrhPy Jaek"'l'
at which plans can e'llt
,; June 8, for the Quarterly for checking books There will Gainesville Monday. dee, here last week. bin Carnell, eleven years old The Jones-Langford-Whlte Post 1! Tn., ( ::; -

Bradford County Singing Con- be a small fee of lOc per month. Mrs. P. B. Prevatt of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and wrote "I'm Glad I'm Just Me," I American Legion wishes to thank TilE EIGIITII"In .r p11 kT
will be I Is visiting her children in in Jasper the public for its generosity and 'tar OF
vention. At noun dinner The public is urged to make use son Percy were visiting which won first prize In an the Pl.oiti1 4. i'
served on the ground You are this section. Sunday. especially following who CHAN'ERY.FOrtL>> t'ottD
of this opportunity. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt amateur contest in the fifth grade I worked to make the day a success -
; q' urged to attend and help make and Clyde Hall and little son Rodney I I Albert
*' Orr a this a day long to be remembered. Mr. I. W. Plnholster spent children of Jacksonville were and Ben Loper were visitorsto of the Ormond school. His teacher' : Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., -.11-Frankly IIllte'bell.|,

c last week in Jacksonville with. visiting friends In this section Starke Saturday. thought his poetic composition so chairman; :Mrs. W. H. Hart, Ethel 41tch.ll. Divorce

.CEMETERY: WORKING her eon Guy, and family. Friday afternoon. fine and his expression so good Misses Carolyn Green Freddie ORDEItaTO
Mr. and Mrs.
There will be a cemetery workIng John Stokes of Douglas, Ga., Miss Mildred Morrell was visiting I Arthur Milliken that she recently arranged for Wlmberly Mary Weldon Rebecca THE STATE APPPAIt:
,,1, at Antioch June 17. Dinner la visiting his mother, Mrs. E. C. in Gainesville Monday.Mrs. and children of Ocala were visiting him to read his little poems over Simpson and Janet Anderson. To Ethel Mltchelli325 .'
,,_ .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Street.. ... ThII ....
the ---- .
#' ::1! will be served on grounds Parker, this week. I Maggie< B. H. Green has L. Sullivan. here Sunday. radio at Daytona Beach "I'm IN: THE' CIRCUIT; COt'HT. I. hereby y" ueorrla.
and everyone l I. Invited to come. Rev. Matthes of Avon Park at- returned home after spending a J. Glad I'm Just Me" runs this way: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF.EIGHTH....,.OR.II required to appear ordered on that
J. iu;
Bring tool to work with and tended church services at New few weeks ,with her sister, Mrs. Zeigler spent the week- )'. IN AND FOR BRADFORD ot July, 1911 before the :
: entlUed the
end in COI'-NTY: Court
Gainesville ,
visiting his to
son "When I'm dissatisfied with I the
spend the day. Hope last Sunday. E. J Johnson of Raiford. R. 0. Zeigler. Elisabeth Henry. above plaint flied a..alnot fill You of/ {
It I
4d, Ml** Phyllis Hazen 1 Ia spending Harold Sapp of San Diego, Cleveland Neal and''Truman' me, -vii-Plaintiff No. 12SS Bradford entitled County cruse. and
Cal., Is visiting hi* mother Mrs. SUNNY BROOK FARM I think of the things I'd LeRoy Henry, hereby TelerreDt'. "
4 a few weeks' vacation In Pennsylvania Dickinson were visitors In Starke Defendant. paper In de"lf.nal.d o ohs I
w 91 visiting relatives She Is Nora Sapp. and his sister, Mr* By MI.. .Arsula Crosby Saturday. hate to be : ORDER OF SERVICE published once a week order ohll

;w the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelley. her this week. Mr. and Mrs.: Leon Tomlinsonof A rat in a hole THE NOTICE TO APPEAR consecutive weeks. for four
Starke Mrs. Lizzie A fish in bowl STATE OF FLORIDA: WITNERS the
Fred Hazen. O. C. Kelley was In McKinney spent Jacksonville visited Mr. Tom- a To LeRoy Henry whose residence Adkins. Ra JUdge Honorable A
I u1 The C. C. Melvlns enjoyed the Monday. the week-end here with her sister Ilnson's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A sign by the road, New IK. List Davidson. Avenue, Bronx. and the Real of isle of I'ourl able C

day Sunday at Sliver Springs. The farmers here are very buaygathering. Mrs. Arle Brown. ,M. Hersey here Sunday. Or frog or'a toad It l-o hereby ordered that you are I .lty Florida ot this Rtarke 28 Rrtdhud COb II

? We welcome back to our little peas Fordhook beans Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tindellare Mr. and Mrs.. E. S. Sibley and. A stump of a tree, of required July A.to D.appear 1941 on the 7th day (OFFICIAL. CO'RT day of: May, ;,

r, town Mr. and Mrs. Morgan T ll a h- corn okra, squash and cucumber spending s 0 met I melD little daughter, Ruth, were shop- A wasp or ,,a bee, entitled court, to the before bill the of above com- Thomas Bradford Clerk County of, the circuit' C

man who left us a few months *. William Dukes says he Georgia visiting Mrs. Ttndell's ping In Starke Friday afternoon. I really am glad I'm justme. above plaint entitled flied against you In the Lloyd Baas.. Attorney Florida.

-- 1 ago and moved to Klngsley Lake. will Dick watermelons the last parent. Arthur Hardee of Lake Butler ." cause; and "Brad- .Jack.onville Flortds.... for...-.v"..PII. ,

{ They' will be at home to menus of this week' Mr. and Mrs Mills Kelly of I I visited h la t mother, Mrs. Susie REPORT Of. COUNTY FI"AN'ES
Ylt W. Pin- Mrs. Ann Harrell visiting Lake Butler spent the week-end "The Seashore" received honorable BRADFORD COUNTY
and relatives at the I. was I Hardee here last week. FOR TUB" YEAR KNI\G '
; holster house relatives In Miami recently. here with Mr. Kelly's parents Mr. Mrs.. Cora Sullivan and daughter mention by the Daytona I Report of. County Finance* for the year SEPTEMBER endingSeptember: 80. IMO I
and Mrs. N. I Beach Pen-Women's Club in( reported to the Comptroller by the JO tiul
J. a Clerk '
,tCrY.t,, Mrs. James Cason and children Mrs Maston Hayes of Gainesville Kelly. Mrs. Lucille Moody, and little of County Commissioner of Bradford Circuit Court and th" tiJ
Mrs. G. L. Sapp Mrs J. R. contest which they sponsored In u.hll"h..d County, Florida. and
under |Is
Gainesville provision of h.
relatives In granddaughter Chapter
; : are visiting and Mr. and Mrs. Plummer Myra and Miss Florida. 6813 Acts of 1915,
the Ormond La".
school '
Kelly and Miss Arsula
} this week. Moore of Miami were visiting Crosby Evelyn Sullivan of Waldo visited Include Report on Road and Bridge Bond

'. Miss N a din e Raulerson of Mrs. Nora Sapp last week. were Grandin transacting bUll these in her brother, ..J.J..\ Zeigler, here "A pillow of seaweed at my CONSOLIDATION OF ALL FUNDS J. M Truntess LEE CW

Brighton I.! visiting her Mrs. J. W. Kelley was visitingIn head COMMISSIONERS
"; 41 Mrs. H. P. Mr, and Mrs.. W. T. Crosby R. B. RECEIPTS
Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Love spent the week-end Cash Balance
Monday ,
spent Sunday with their son-in- The gleaming sand for my October 1, 1939
Galney this week. with his family in Lake Park Current Ad Valorem Taxes I 1110
'"I f, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch of Henry Coleman of Gainesville law and daughter Mr. and Mrs bed, Tax Redemption $ 14,05319
was visiting relatives here Frank Norman of Water Oak. Ga.W. The bright sun shining in License 8,3e237
Lawtey spent several days here S. Slbley'was a business Excess Fees (County Officer) 1.968.01
last week. Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby visitor In Gainesville Monday. the sky, Fine. and Forfeiture 2,81375.

t Friends of R. T. Osteen will be and Mrs. Walter Baxter of spent Sunday with ;Mr. Crosby's M. J. Sullivan of Miami I Is The snowy clouds drifting Miscellaneous Racine Commission: Receipt 17,74149

,; II glad to learn that he Is improv Mobile. Ala.? are visiting here parents Mr. and Mrs., C. C. visiting flue brothers, A. L. andC. lazily by. Candidates Refunds Flllnr Fee < 1.21211 249 63

ing and that Mr*. H., H. Mott this weeV. Crosby. Sullivan here. The clear, blue'waters of the Sale of Bonds. Investments Etc:'

% >1 ,. and young son returned from the Mr. and Mr. Fred Hazen and Mr.' and Mr. Robert Ward and I Mr. H. D. May and Miss Ida f ocean I Total. Receipts ,,. t

Aladiua County Hospital Sunday children and Mrs. Alice Oliver Mr..:and ''Mrs.. W., C.. Ward were Hagan were business visitors in The waVes moving calmy 'Total Available ., 41,11

afternoon. The baby weighed were' visiting in St. Augustine visiting in Palatka Sunday. Keystone Height Saturday. in slow motion. '1 u,
'' e 1.. pound Friday. Mr. Jack Smith left Saturday Henry Hardee was a visitor in Up on top of a lone sand hill General Administration EXPENDITURES
for Plant City where she will Law Enforcement and Court U,04.n
Starke Costs
Saturday.' Two palmettos I stand Road and 7,522,50
spend some time with friend and Mr. and Mr. J. L. Wynn of straight and still Welfare (All Bridge Phases Expenditures) 11.76444

_II Hampton Happenings- /relatives.Miss Araula Crosby Is spendingsome Mrs Hampton H. D.wa May visiting Wednesday Mr.even-and O'er the golden sand blows Miscellaneous Temporary Agriculture. ; D.bt Expenses 7.30'.41 1.226ZS6.U:41

l -_ time* In Jacksonville with Ing. the fresh crystal air, Funded Debt Including Interest 26008
t her brother and sister-in-law. ),[r. A seashore scene beyond Other Debt Expenses 1,010.17
I and Mr, *. Randolph Crosby. compare I"! Unpaid Bills, October I, ISIS
At the regular "First Tuesday" New Grocery Store Total Authorized Expenditures
rx ENJOYED of the Everyone I Ia cordially invited to Less Bills "..ea,01
meeting City Council the Corbin's brother. Gene Carnell.I Unpaid Sept. 39. 1940'
A family plcnte honoring James trustee\ of the Ex-Community: attend church service at Corinth 3.. A. Brooks has secured a In the second in Net Dlabursementa''Cash
grade the Or-
ii David DuBose of Camp Standing| Canning Center presented the next Sunday and Sunday night two-year lease on the west space 141,51

c was held at Crystal Lake last City with the deed to the Post In the new M. M. Raybln store mond school In the final teats Balance, September SO, UfO I Mill

Office and also a bank deposit GRAHAMBy building on West Call street He he showed a remarkable ability Total Disbursements and Cash Balance

Those present beside his parent slip from the proceeds of the sale Mr*. L. C. IDI&bMI' will operate" modern grocery .1 to hand In perfect papers. Value of County Bulldlnsrs and ASSETS' t 11,12,

*, Dr. and Mr*. J. C. DuBose last Saturday. This substantialgift store and meat market there according Value of County Road Equipment Equipment 50n
and Mrs. R. M. Johnson : Investment
;'rii' of Vero Beach were Mr. and Mr*. .is greatly appreciated and to Mr. Raybln. Ml Tare" CIRCUIT rOTOT. EIGHTH -
y'f D. W. Moore and Mr and Mr. will be used wisely The Council and daughter, Madge, and Mr. Mr. Brook now owns three JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of. PIXH- Unpaid BUI or and Mr. Ancll Norman of IDA. IN AND FOR Bond. Outstanding
A. L. Sullivan and Othma Sullivan -i wishes to express thank to the the Risingspent grocery stores-one at Lake City BRADFORD Judgement, September September SO, 1940 80, 1940
week-end COUNTYIN
< of Tbereasa; Mr. and Mrs.C. community for this gift and to Mr. Grover Rhodes with Mr. and one at Greenville. and another at James McBride CHANCERY ,Other Indebtedness September ,30 1940

R. "'Moor and children of' the Trustees Lacy Wynn, A. Mln-, Wales. at Lake Camp Blandlng. PlalnUff.VII .

GalnesvUle;"';Mr. and Mr, Gordon.: ton. and D. W.( .,Johnson,for their \ The new building. will be ready Ethel.- No.. 1256
.The Rev.L.G MeBrfd
Weest and baby of Miami; Mr, part of the sale end legal work. filled f his( Hemingway foe;occupancy Jijp* .10Mr. Ray- Defendant. HOTEL SOUTHERN,
and Mrs. Guy Sullivan of Jacksonville regular'appointment at bin stated. That. ;Star Store will ORDER OF SERVICE !Her'and cold waiter
the Baptist church NOTICE! TO APPEAR -Pnone S-0107-ERropr a,Phi
; .Mr. and Mrs T. F. NEW COMERS TO HAMPTON Ing and night. Sunday morq- occupy the .east :space ; THE STATE OF FLORIDA: W. Adam St. at Myrtle.Aws,.cksoBiIIe, Fla.
Brqwa and children of Hampton; MTV andMrs. W. A. Shlpp and To Ethel McBride,. whose resi .
Mr. dence I. unknown. Single 750 and
and Mrs. 1.00
H. D. '
Rogers per day
Mr. and Mr*. O. L DuBose and family. Siamese Cucumbers It if hereby ordered that
,: y and little daughter Carolyn Mr. are required to you Double f 1.00 and $1.50 per day
n children Mrs. F. Q. Woodard and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. appear on the 7th
Lynn and C. J. Frazier, Mrs. L. C. Smith Productive day of July A. D. 1941 before the A FAMILY HOTEL
ab I' ,Kin Grace Lott of Vero Beach family from Donalsonvllle, Ga. and Bradford County above entitled I court, to the of I. E. CONE, Prop.
and Mr. and Mrs Arthur Mlllican daughter, Miss Alta. were soil is always bringing forth some complaint filed against you In lIt I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowers visiting Gainesville Sunday. kind of above entitled cause; and "Brad
and children of Ocala and oddity, and Pitt Newsome ford County Telegraph" Is hereby r
family. Mrs C. Fogg spent the weekend young farmer of the donlgrnated a* the
ilrlt All Heilbronn newspaper In
iii: enjoyed a 'swim. after a Mr and Mrs. W. B. Ogden from with her son-in-law and Springs section which this order shall be published FUNERAL DIRECTOR
bountiful lunch was served under brought a SI- once a week for four consecutive I
{ the tree Floral City. daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. L. amese-twin cucumber by the Tele- weeks. My Many Years Experience Make U Possible for Me to tender
Durbln. in Jacksonville.Mr. graph's office last week.. WITNESS my hand and the seal. EFFICIENT,' PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
The of "
AT TIIK: CHURCHES thin court at Starke
PATRIOTIC IIAMITONITES James and Mr. Jimmie Emeryof large "cukes" are grown together thin 2nd., day of June A. MODERATE I'RlCICSDeWI'IT
Capt. M.
Marshall, Matchett. local Sandlln. Camp Hague spent Sunday with Mr. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Florlda'j
throughout their
regis C.
Chaplain will have service a* entire Clerk of the Circuit Court. JONES
and Mrs.
trar for the National Defense, reported usual J. H. Surrency. length. Edward P. !Mulcahy, Ja<, Starke, Florid
Sunday, 8th. Fin. Plaintiff' a-21 .
r', this week that he would Attorney 6-e 4t ,

,i estimate that 80 percent of the Mr. and Mr. Carlton Chastain

M people had registered and that have as their guest this week

4 i "Y p more were signing up every day Mrs. Chastaln' sister, Mills Selma
a. for patriotic a e r v J c e to their Sapp of Lawtey.

country, If and when the .
A (' need Virginia Lou Pickren of Jack-
arf >..
t ,
1 sonville spent the week-end with

r M. V.. Turner spent Sunday In her parent. ''Mr. and Mr. J. J.
Jacksonville. Pickren. Their other daughter,

Clarence Sheffield fend B. F. Eloise returned this week froman

Evans were In Valdosta Ga., over. extended vacation with relatives
the week-end. in Sanderson. a

:" ',W,H.. Maxwell and his mother I Miss Miriam Guy Is at home f *:

Mrs. Ida Maxwell of Jacksonville after another year of work at :

were caller In .town last Saturday F. S. W. C., in Tallahassee. John a, ., ,
Guy of Brooksvllle Is home for

Mr.. and :Mrs. H. B. Wiggins the summer vacation. ,

+ had as their guests Sunday Mr. Mrs. Ethel Jones Miss Pearl

and Mrs. Bob McCormick o f Deen, and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox were

Jack onvllle and Mr. and Mrs. shopping In Jacksonville Wednesday -
Herbert Futch of Lakeland. .

Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner Norwood Williams son of Mr
t' and daughter 0 f Jacksonvillespent and Mrs. Ben Williams Is spend.

.' Sunday with Mr. Turner's ing two weeks with relatives at
f slater, Mrs. Bert Hlneon. I 1 Cherry Lake. .2 y R'a

Mrs. Lynn Hall spent. Monday[ Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon Weeat

In Gainesville I I ITo and' small daughter, Betty returned E

to their home In Miami
1 .
ll1 reliev"COLDS after a two weeks vacation with 'a s v a eta +

+r Mr. Wet-st's mother, Mrs. T. F.
Liquid Brown. ki''j

Tahlet.Salve. Mrs. Ella Hartline left last .
666 Friday for a three-month vacation v"t'e1c si ye;.a es"

None Drops with relatives In Tennessee.

Conich Drop L. A. Johns visited with relatives .
Try "Uub-BIy-Ttom" a Wonderful in Jacksonville last week-
1JnAnMn& end.
Mr.\ and Mr& Glenn Stewart

and small son Blllte spent the

week-end with Mrs. Stewart's 1
mother Mrs. Dixon at Dunellon. :

Plant Edward Saxon for left Monday for ...__. ... ...,.-...rr..... ---,. .... ,.-,,. .. ,rRt 1N..s .,eb+s..S.l.e.kd .w u. .Y Ld .
City a visit with relatives. :

Gu ..ub Rur td .
: n J. c. Turner spent Saturday

and' Sunday {In Macon, Ga. .

..l'47wckE Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox are ".3

In Montgomery, Ala., visiting Mr.
&kni61/t. Wllcox's father.

U1kuf14 6&fli&.ate BOATDRAIN

t By &1.... Z. Z. Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and Andrews Motor Co.

children and Harvey Galney of

Jacksonville were visiting friends STARKE FLORIDA

&W rMG<&*&._ In Mrs.this section E. E. Lee Sunday.of Bethel was
W rR[[,
e.nd for NlW bookl.t
t..nfn. conIt visiting\ Mrs. Callie
J doe.ns of bn.ht Ideai to Im. Galney Sun-
wovd your b.kna., Addr.s.
: Rumford
faking Pnwd.r, an, day.Mr.
T Rumford, R L
Andy Morrell of Gainesville


6 1941, fdl 1

I Ij

wright, Mrs Lonnte Futch, Mrs. Mrs. Sapp who Is ill In a hospital Scouts of America was held at ents. :Mr. and Mrs., J. H. Hundley. ,,'; j t tJUN
AROUND LAWTEYWith Earl Edwards Mrs. Hermie Kelly, in small and children "t
a community near the Community Log Cabin Mon Mrs. I* E. Prince
F Mrs. Dean Mrs. Catherine Tears, Tallahassee. day nIght May 26. and Frank Crews were In Dublin, 4,!:
Ruby Moore Mrs. R. R. Thede, Miss Enza Mr. the grd- -.
and Mrs. G. B. Plummerof Bryan Whitfleld and L. A. Ga., last week to attend ;r5J 1
Blanchard, Mrs. W. Hal Edwards prlnce'85
Jacksonville last Monday began Shepherd Scout leaders and nation exercises Mr 'I C
I Hubbard Harley Mrs. Ed. Bennett QUACK CHURCH INAUGURATES Jr., Mrs. Herbert Hazzard, Mrs. a ten-day vacation tour of Troop No. 104 were hosts to the brother, E. W. Thomas, being II',
ER -
SIlO\\ Mrs. O. G. W, Roberts, and guests, little Louisiana and Texas. Linda and one of the graduates. ;
1L ALENE W. Brown, :Mrs. A. FEU>0\VSmr visiting Loaders and Troops.A .
JtISO b1ISS ELECTs : I M. Blanchard, 'Miss Enza Blanch SUPPERSThe Miss Margaret Wainwright and the Plummers are staying with bountiful wa served Miss Vivian Dowling of Live ;i jyik r 1ud
IIItlE; Master John Hazzard. Gene, small son and daughter of supper Miss qP
TIN, Gertrude AU s tin a r d, Mrs. Herbert Hazzard, first of a series of Fellow- by prison officials, preceding the Oak was the recent guest > 1 1q
1 A'en8' a t a ml cel4 I Mrs. J. Marlon Reddish, Mrs. W. ship Suppers was held last Sun The next meeting to be held at their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. bunlness meetln Troop and Lora Crews.Little .
the honoree Friday afternoon Fred Moore, Mrs. L C. Smith, day evening at Grace Methodist the home of Mrs. R. R. Thede on M. B. Plummer, until their parents Scout leaders attending were Betty Williams) has returned -
sh ower home oi H. Mrs. Bub Carter, Mrs. F. R. Car- Church, and the Rev. Herbert June 16.Miss. return. from Live Oak Lake City Branford from a visit with relatives IA uI

the J.TeoodMreT radine, Mrs. Joe Harrell, Jr., Hazzard pastor, cordially extends Betty Brightwell. Miss Registration for National De- White Springs Melrose, and In Jacksonville. I
wyrick, S3.rskrsjsTS Mrs. V. R. Reddish Mrs. J. H. an invitation to all local residentsto Emllle Pruitt and Miss Helen fense has been a success In Law Starke. Court of Honor was .

J. Miss iS. Harrell Mrs. Hermle Kelley, Mrs.: participate In these covered Pruitt of Jacksonville were weekend tey. Approximately 200 residentsof opened by Scout Master Adamsof Chicken Shack OpensA 4 5.
I Irving B. Cody, Mrs. Jack Howe, dish suppers at 6:00 o'clock each guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis' the Lawtey district have already White Springs and his Troop '' a
Mrs. J. H. Moore, Mrs. J. T. Witt, Sunday evening; during the Summer H. HUI. I registered and questionnaires conducted Candle Light Ceremonies modem and unique eating
Mrs. O. J. Phillips Mrs. O. J.: month on the church Mr. and Mrs. Nell Elder moved are stlU being turned in deplcatlng the 12 Scout Laws. place opened last week under-, the
.,as white ofOllIIa Anders/, Mrs. A. H. Harley, Mrs. grounds. daily Court of Honor enticing name of "Chicken < ,I _x 11
was presided
the Thursday, May 29., into the ''
and zinnias i G. W. Roberta Mrs. Sinclair Harley Messrs. R. A. Grlffla. Hermle Shack." E B. MUll an, who cam*
AnDe's Following these over by Scout Executive M. G.
Queen suppers outside \ four-room cottage recently com-: rM
lilies and Mrs. Sumter D. Harley Mrs Kelly, Bill Plummer, Johnnie to Starke along with the soldier.,
hydrangla bios- Vesper services will be con pleted on M. B. Plummer', Boswell. I
and blue living C. Dinkins, Mrs. Paul Dinkins, ducted at 7:00 P. M.AUSTINEDWARDS prop. Redgrave, Dan Harley and F, R. has been since that time operatingthe '' art arts
the : erty. The construction work on Supt. Chapman gave a splendid -
graced railroad r
the rat
which Mrs. Carl Edwards Mrs. Jake Carradlne attended the boxing Sunshine Grill near
a second cottage has already be- talk on Scout work.
and dining' room Shuford Mrs. Silas Futch Mrs. BRIDAL match at the Arena In Jacksonville i on Call street. Recently he, MI
ler Alvin Lewis presentedaccordlan Melvin B. Futch Mrs. Theophllus ARTY FETED gun and In a short time will be Tuesday evening. Tommy Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch leased from B,, J. Alderman the 44W t

solos during the Reddish Mrs. Cecil Whitehead Following the wedding rehearsal Mrs.ready Bill for Plummer.occupancy by Mr. and I Beck, formerly of Law t e y vs. and son. Gene, and Mr, niid Mrs. building on Temple Avenue which y7F1('
rnoon-"Long. Long Ago" and Mrs W. H. Edwards Mrs. Carl at the First Baptist Church Tom Sharkey being the main attraction Jimmie Rltch have returned from had for sometime been the. o- s

Lanf syne. Wooten, Mrs. Enoch Griffis Mrs. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.' L. Ed Edwards of Jacksonville for the Lawtey residents.The Clover, S. C., where they attended flees of Dr. M. B. Herlong and
the playing oftics" A. M. L e w Is, Mrs. David W. H. Hill entertained at their home spent Monday and Tuesday with bout ended In a decision In a surprise birthday dinner the Chamber of Commerce. d'M
grlng/ by Miss Easley Shu- Moore Mrs. John Shuford, Mrs. honoring Mia Alene Gertrude Mr. and Mra W, H. Edwards. the f I 1ft h round In favor of given In honor of the mother of After spending two or threeweeks rAIIYrn

LOU Edwards, sand Joe Shuford, Mrs. Joe Peele, Mrs. Austin and Mr. William\ Howell I Miss Doris Ludwig spent last Sharkey.Mr. Sanford and.Jimmie Rltch. Forty- and agood deal of money '
I little blouse, with a red Earle Edwards. Mrs. Darley, Mrs. Edwards Jr., whose marriage wUl weekend at Kingsley Lake visit and Mrs. David W. Moore two children and grandchildrenwere renovating and remodeling the dwy
typed MM bolero matching her George W. Durham, Mrs. L. H. be an event of June 5., at the ing Miss Cecilia Rouselle. and daughters. Caroline l and present. building to 'suit his) purpose, h* ''t
pleated, skirt Presented Futch Mrs. Arthur C. Pearce, Baptist Church.A I Richard Thede returned to Law Betty left Lawtey late Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Fielding! Chapman has opened his "drive In and:
Austin with a basket of Mrs. Troy Bennett, Mrs. M. B. delightful Ice tey Saturday to'spend the week afternoon to upend the week-end II of Honolulu are visiting drive out" "chicken aback." y, sawn
with red, white and Jones, Miss Helen Jones Miss served the assembled course was end with his parents, Mr. and at Tsala Apopka Lake fishing Mr. Chapman's parents), Supt. and MI'? MI11Ipn will specialize tin I
[" tied Myrtle Reddish, Mrs. Jim Godwin, ing the evening. guests Mrs. R. R. Thede. Since October',Their luck was especlaly good Mrs. L F. Chapman. fried chicken, shrimp and othersea iT } t4
ribbons. 1940 Richard has been and and David in barbecued ribs and
assorted employedIn Betty brought Mrs. Reese Bradley of Jacksonville foods,
L and dainty Mrs. P a u line Redgraves, Mrs. Miss Austin will have as her ,amore
In the the Medical Detachment of fish than any of the other recently visited her par french fried potatoes.
served later only attendant and Maid of 4i
ta were Dick Ferguson, Mrs. Jim David Honor McDtll Field Base Hospital at'parties staying at Glen's Camp k'f,
oon.e son, Mrs Kersey, Mrs. J. T. Nor- her sister, Miss Estelle Austin. Tampa.. I I during the holiday week-end. -- ti 'III
invited with Miss Other members of the bridal
to be ,
Mrs. J. L Brooks Mrs. Paul
ris, Mrs. Theo Edwards Mrs.
Include Mr. RrI
party Frow J
In i were: Strick 7oursey and little son John, who BIRTHDAY GREETINGS ,
West Mrs. Cecil Smith, Mrs. J. land, best to
man Mrs. Jack
; Briggs
S. Austin Mrs. R. R. have been house guests of Mr ''R7
J. '
Miss Martha Wells, who has
i E.. Warren, Mrs. of Jacksonville, soloist t I
J. Miss
T. Gene
Prevatt ;
,, Mrs. W. Hal Edwards and Mrs. Louis H. Hill have returned been In college but is otlnnttr
i away W
W. H. Mrs. A. C. Strickland Edwards, pianist; Rev. A. A. rll" .
Bill Plummer, Mrs. ,i Mrs J. B. to the home of Mrs. expected home soon; Mrs. Herbert
Mrs E. B. Wells Mrs. McDonald, Mra. Jim Rosier, Miss Lightfoot of Starke, who will con- Brooks In Macon, Ga. Hazzard. our Methodist .

H. Hill Mrs. A. A. Aimla.Btfle Inez Rosier, Mrs. J. T. Quigley, duct Miss the Enza marriage service, and Miss Bernice Adams of Macon, minister's wife; Mr. Marvin "
Miner, Mr. Frank Blanchard In charge Ga., arrived last. Monday to
Rosier; W. H. Edwards Jr.,
Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Fonso Grif-
of the church
ua, Mrs. Catherine Teare Mrs. decorations. spend some time with her uncle''our "groom of the week" and I Do Your Trading :
fis, Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, Miss Mrs W H. Edwards, motherof
[ Durban) Mrs. Robert CampMrs. and aunt, ,Mr, and Mrs. O. J. Jim Moore Edwards his I S
M. B. Plummer Mrs. Stale Prescott. the groom, and Miss SybilSaddler Phillips. brother. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are ,J>
were also guests at the M Mh
Mrs. Bill Plummer Is l
spending given away with every $40 In trade
Hill home
during the
For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local evening. a few days In Brooker with hermother Ji'LA.STATE FARM or certificates. ;i '
Mrs. John Cone.
WILLIAM JAMES DOYLE. III. Ily Mid Mary Townsend Am B4MI.IIn' ,1a.rw
ord Dealer At The Ford Garage; LocatedOne Mr. and Mrs. William J. Doyleof Mrs. J. B. McDonald left Law- Cash If SMITH'S GARAGE 1 1h.
Lawtey announce the arrivalof tey Monday to accompany UrySapp DISTRICT SCOUT MEET You Cbooeo ; nr '
of S. A.
Block South DepotMotor of Lake Butler to the bedside The monthly meeting of the FLORIDAWHYPAY e
a son May 18, 1941 In \\r, IWH*
the Alachua of Mrs. McDonald's daughter, Suwannee District leaders. Doy tan]
County Hospital at
.: ..J !>*
Gainesville. The baby has been ""
drews Co. named William James Doyle, III. ,, 'r_M!}

Mr: and Mrs. Doyle were for- 19e /

Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years merly Lawtey of New last York February.and movedto I I I j SI :

one 118 STARKE FLORIDA ciruncn SCHOOL: PICNIC I I I f 9 p naw.4+ '

Grace Methodist Church an- T 4 4Zt n

AT A nounces) that the annual Church '' (.Ira/a9:
k i
PULARPRICE School Picnic will be held Thurs 'E rr

day, June 12, at Strickland's I 1I
-- Landing at Klngsley ,Lake. Cars 4p&
.Old will leave Grace "Church at 9:00A F R b ;
M. and those not having trans 1 y
portation facilities are requestedto ., -" ?'. rr ru i
Ifli1waueefBeer be on time (with their lunch r;
baskets and bathing milts' ) so that .K" '

there may be no delay In leaving.All r rIp
local residents, whether Is
members of Grace Church or not : -*, ]I.r9fff
are cordially Invited<< to attend. yl E a
i : -.S ,, y a, rtI.rrWy ? '
i :
m oadbr A special Children's Day program 5
will be presented Sunday
June 8. at the morning service to rrM
be held at Grace Methodist M'Y b' /.N
IlEW Y ,
of infants
Church. Holy baptism
and young children will also be S. I I-hi 4
conducted at this hour for any t :4 x

parents desiring this service. ,

Certificates of award will be row
presented by W. Hal Edwards, r$ IMJt,
Jr., Chairman 0 f the Lawtey ,,t

Scout. Committee, Friday evening ,cur
June 6., to Troop 110. WHYACCEPT ,i* >M 1
A budget system has recently Ta

been adopted by the Lawtey rdq
Scouts and dues of five cents are
charged to defray all expenses. c

Leaders and members of Troop l

110 Sidney are: Shuford, Scoutmaster; MORE ? LESS ? 1 i ,j 4cHrr cs

I. B. Cod y, Assistant Scoutmaster ; )[
; George Shuford Senior ,.,,
Patrol Leader; Paul Dinkins Assistant

Patrol Leader; R. .WMosley. :J

\ Scribe; Philip Shuford,

Treasurer; John Henry Collier eivt ww-micta I r
Bobby Plummer, L. G. Crews I / I
Sam Crews, James Reddish and I IIt felt

Coleman RECIPE OF PhUllps.TUB WEEK must be the "best buy' because go"H.p.V M:tt'- ENGINE'I'I t m.

Quick Cake Dessert Serve in 5 Seconds Flat Corn tread That You Read About CONCEALED SAFETV. NO p e<
Ready to STEPS R
1 cup com meal, it's the "best seller. First again NO
1 cup flour, y DDN'POWERSNIFr Ar NO I o0I?
8 big shoes i eech In separate compirtment. Ready-sliced, reedy 4 teaspoons baking powder, n 4. .'

to 1ervLBgcl.rioe 1 tablespoon sugar, in '41, for the tenth time in the BODYBYflSHfR wi NO NO }. r-?

1.2 teaspoon salt,
/ .elloph\ .ne wrapper NO
Sew Hrift pactat* with patented 1 egg UNITIZED
that snaps off and on .,.!>-protecting frssh- 1,1-2,, cups milk, last eleven years KNEE"Aa'ON' NO NO A '- I

ten to final ,lie.. Thrc Popular FUrortJ rl es.. 4 tablespoons shortening, BOX-GIRDER FRAME a 53

Chocol.te, Caramel, Lady Baltimore. 8 D I 0 melted. N NOI
2 SLICES Sift together corn meal, flour, NO pNAIT Y/NTILATIO
BIG laycn, lusciously. filled\ lad Iced. Try powder, sugar and salt NO

this Jelicioo. cake over the wsek-.od. ft9$ Add baking beaten egg. milk and shortening I FINEST TIPTOE.MATIC ClUTCH NOONO '

toady FrtiK and beat until light and ,
Now it rocer-Rtdi-cut to !
your ( -mss thoroughly mixed. I ,,w. arH
are and ,,,joy.Ask for'your favorite. flavor' today. shallow '
Pour Into greased pan. fry
'CopvrtgfitVXt. r
Bake In hot oven at. 425: degrees

S hemCat.CAKE F. Makes about twenty-five'One sheet eight minutes.inches E

out .
Chevrolet Co. gSisi';

W. 8. C. S. }
?e The Women' Society of Christian Starke Florida $
Service of Grace Church met J

at the- home of Mrs. L B. Cody m
Tuesday afternoon June 2. The ..,t..

/ meeting was opened by the reading NOT DRIVEN :
febpD AND FRESH THRIFT TWIN of the :Lit Psalm by Mrs. ALL ,

followed by prayer. ii s
Cody j

Jfain-?>ac& BREAD After social a hour short was business enjoyed meetinga by ... so they come to you genuinely NEW! ?"ww sari {!I

r "!
namely Mrs. Mary i
B those present
fURtCMeO ef/tHf
HI/TU Bennett Mrs. Truby L. WaIn- -

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6- 1941 "

JIb .
Methodist Circles In said. Bradford County, Florida! July 4. 1927: No. 403 Issued July 2,1 The
Bus Line Moves The Battle Spends Week-End Florida June 4th 11)41. Lssesme of
Hlftrke 1934; and No. 456 Issued Jdly 2. I tinder said ssi 14
i Met This Week (OFFICIAL tEAL! ) A. J. Thomas 1934, have filed same in my office In the ""rlltl"t. "' r
To New Building Of Bottles In Three Jails Clerk Circuit Court Bradford and have made application for I The aeaesmeflt name' of Hellr. ; 0
County,, Florida '-11 U 6-27 tax deed to b. Issued thereon. I .rty ol..r. !>t th., '
414I Circles of the Woman's Societyof Maid certificates respectively. em- I was In lOal.l eri1rIrt '
The Ol'anS Bu Lines has The Starke Coca-Cola plant re- Clayton CaisiUy 17, of Cross brace the folfow'Ina; described properties I lfarwood.the nalnl 'f '
Ctrlntlan Service of the Meth. and Friday i> TIIH ( IIICIIT ('ot'UT OF THKKiciiru In the County of .Bradford I The a" -" It
its station from bombing City. spent Thursday OPTIIH property 'meni
moved t'IT
1J c e n t1 y experienced a Jii>i( iti clItC State of Florida to-wit: 278 I1l1d..r 'al<1
the odist church were entertained In In In Jacksonville Saturday HTATK OF FI.ORIU4.' IM I was III th .-11111'
the location jimt' across from nights Jail BWV4\ of NVVVt\ of 6EU! Bee. 25\ YarbroU'h 1 '
hand-grenades shrapnel three homes afternoon. FOil lilt \FORU "01:%TY. 'rho ., "
5 R. 22 K.
to In the Ocala Jail and Twp. 8. containing 10 "
Avenue night property
tth'U county jail on Temple all the handa of a I\ CHAM'IOHV.Artl I Iunder tinder :.'nPnt
gas attack- at circle number one meeting at acres more or Jens, Is embraced tltI..nte No 'Rid 'Sib .''f I
the new Rabeck building on the stogie soldier. The employee alno Sunday night in the Starke jail. .t K Scott. Certificate No. 26H.SWV I of LlVh"r"ton 411 Wal III, h"
the pleasant ountry home of lira. statement here I'lulntlff. \ of NK'4' of SUVi Sec. 25 TrUb"
of Madison and North According to his DIVORCE I assessment :
FOR ot c
corner Blf.L
4'W-I learned what It was to run for L. D. Green. .v. Twp. 5 3. R. 22 K., containing 10 8ald Bald
streets. be asked the authorities in Jacksonville Evelyn Wright Scott less I cert Ifll'l&te Nf, prop'l1r.
: tvi Walnut bomb shelters. acre more or I I. embraced name of C. 9 ....
Defendant.ORDKR L.
Mrs. Titus Olson circle chairman to under Certificate No. 134. I Peek
four and Ocala for a place n.ent of said 'rh,
The lease t It for years According to an employe of OP rrni.icATiovSTATK W& of NEW of NW% Sec.. 17 I certificate prol'"rly
and Mrs. A. F. SaWs con sleep. Here h e asked Police OK FLORIDA Twp 5 8. 11. 23 E., No. 3,5 ...undo
with an option for ulx more yearn containing SO I of E, : 58
the the company. about 7:30: P. M.May ducted the worship service, after Chief. A. L. Alvarez, to assist TO BVULYN WKIUHT SCOTT: I acres, more or less, I. embraced I I m.nt of said'V, Jia"o; TIt. I Iham.
-Wk' and la signed for Company 24th a soldier came Into the, It appearing. from the sworn under. ,Certificate No. 815.. certificate ropol-ty
B.i i which Mrs. A. Wood talked on him in joining the Army. filed In the above I I tto. i. Uod
by the 1'renldent Nleuport the bill complaint Eli< of NWVi\ of SWV: .. WW of or C. L. WlIo In ;
41 plant and asked to go to the of Mission In India. aft entitled, caUKe that the specific NEW of SWV1 12 if., i Peek; Th. t''
and by J. I subject ; Leaving Cross City,:Sunday: See Twp. t K. I said property A......
JackuonvlHn ,
Estes, of washroom. They courteously. place of residence. of Eve I y n 21 E.. containing 40 acres, more I No. 113 unl"r salt
Mra Olson conducted a short with! his father Al Cas- I w" In I'fn
ernoon the Defendant a* the
F. Uabeck, owner of tr diding.lth1 Wright Scott or less, I* embraced under Certi I'Peek: The nan"
showed him the way. Directly business session and after adjournment slday he accompanied him as far particularly a* la known to Plain- flcate No. 334. .I I erty under. tsseqfl0' ot..:
Located in the corner space they heard an explosion. and an- the hostess served ice till. I I. 412 Orchard Street Water KM of WU, of NW% Ree. 12 Twp. I' waa In the said Certifies1.
of the new building. In additionto Invextlgatlon as Eustis In the car, arriving town. New York: that said Defendant 6 8. R. 12 E.. containing 40 acres 1 P"ek: The tram. of C. L. .
and -
will be cafe. other Upon cream and pound cake. there Monday morning. He left I* over the age of twentyone more or lens Is embraced under I erty tinder 55''tnent 01 "
the bus station a I I. paid ''d
and that there no
they found that the year Certificate No 383. I was In n"'lIllrato
a Camp Blandlng taxi stand anda Circle No. Two I his father and went to Tavares. person. In the State of Florida, EI', of NKM of SWW Sec. 11 I H..lb..r..er the nam" ot Dr, X
1MI stand. It Is under- soldier had hidden himself .Mrs. J. W. White entertained i where he worked four days chop i ...rvl... of eiubpoena Upon whom Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E., containing 20 I said property: and the .......
pop corn a number of cases of Coca. ',would bind the said Defendant acres. more or I..e.. 'Is embraced No. 4511 Under "aid
tool aloo that tickets for the bottles circle number two. end in the ping cotton at, $1 per day, but IT 18 HEREBY OKDEHbJJJ: that under Certificate No. 1R3. Mtg, Co.W&5 tn the name I'fr
Linen and the Florida Cola and was hurling living room where the guests were left without waiting for the $4. the Defendant Evelyn: Wrl i a Itt WH of NWW of 8W% Sec. 12 I Unt... Maid 01
41iiw1 Greyhound 'filled with the drink against the 8cott be and ..he la hereby required -Twp. 6 8. R. 22 E., containing 20 redeemed. Certltlcate'.t
sold there. seated Easter lilies were arrangedIn He then hitch-hiked to Jacksonville to to the bl1of I
Motor Lines will be The filled appear acres, more or. less. I IA embraced properties to 1&
and parking: lot concrete floor. gas a tall vase. where) he slept In the jail complaint filed In the all"".* under Certificate. No. 195. .sot: to the described. th.rolo
The garage bottles made a loud report, and titled cause, wherein the Plaintiff KJi of SWVi of SEW\ Seo. IS Twp. I Courthouse hlgh..t, hldd.r
for Idle buses will remain at the the glajs was blown In di Zfra. I. P. Shepherd conductedthe two nights and worked in a ,Meek to obtain a divorce' from th. 6 8. n. S3 E.. containing 10 acres. day In the dour on th.. fj'"
every tomato house and re Defendant. Evelyn Wright Scott., more or less, Is embraced 1\lonlh ot
packing under which JUI
stand. ,
old avenue devotional I the
Temple service using asher 1th..
rection. on or b"toreIonday., the 7th day I Certificate No. 196 D. 1941. d"y 01 J
In the middle wore J. (Joe) F. subject "God Led Them. celved Including overtime $12 of July A. D, 1941. otherWise. the I WK, of EH of SEVJ of SWU Sec. 1 Dated this
'Three or four of the employes i I Mrs. W. E. MIddleton reviewedan for the two day work. Then allocation of the said bill will betaken 12 Twp. 6 8: K. 22 E., containing I D. 1041OFFIdIAT. 4th.. day 01 J''
Rabeck and, Mrs. (Josephine) Ra came and tried to stop him a* confessed by the said Defendant. 10 acre... more or less, is embraced ( .
up to Ocala he went where lie SEAL
on .
bock have informally opened "JoJo's article In The World Outlook under Certificate No. 249. I Clerk Circuit A I *
When formally whereupon he raised a warning e n 11 tied "Friendship for the {I spent a night before coming to IT 18' FURTHER ORDERED thatI| BEVi of SB"4 &: NWVi\ of SB% County Florida.Co Urtj.B'j
Place. open '' Sec. 12
j7E bottle high in the air and told' thin Order be published Twp. 6 B. R. 22 ic. con
they will handle sandwiches short Friendless" which, told of work Starke. week for four consecutive week. taming 80 acres, more 'or less, Is -
novel. them to /lcram. which command done to the Cassidy not onty acted "nutty"but In the Bradford County Telegraph.. embraced. under. Certificate No. 276. ,ORORR! StYNOTICE
; orders drinks cigarettes 'I they proceeded to obey without I help European talked the muchso a newspaper of general circulation Lots 6, 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 11 of Blk PI''UI"\TIO TO ,
lien Florida souvenirs magazines' refugees who haye come to our same way. so published In Bradford County. 19 LivIngston Truby & Co' Add. STATE O 'PPIiU:
r14.1 question. Later. 15 employes came "Latin Americana of the that the Mayor and the police Florida. to Starke In WI% of NEK Seo.. 28" F.clon. Stut'key FLOHtD.To: : p,
and papers. I up and he put all of them to country. considered himto DON'12 AND ORDERED': at Starke. Twp. 6 8. R. 23' K., I I.. embraced I ana. care or, H....">...fleser........__ .
The' probability U that W. O.l I Southwest" was ably reviewed by seriously sending Florida. this the 4th day ot June under 7.- th.. of Certificate No. 48S. I I You are -hereby- "'R notlli

I Prultt will keep the 1 shooting I! flight. Mrs. S. S.: Dowllng. The Christian a reform school. ,The "red A. D,, 1941. ,! Addition I-ots 1, 2 or Fran Elk 6, Temples Robert W. Stu..y. a. plalnll

? gallery In the third apace. !Mr.I One of the employes went out Conference between Japanese and tape"' necessary to send him (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. 3. ThomasClerk .. NW% &: part to Starke of WY.r.of In NKV4 NEW W of Court filed suit of Bradford for divorce 1 ,III the

Rabeck has In, hand a check to' looking for Military Police. Falling American missionaries which'was away. was the deciding factor in STATE OP FLORIDA ) of Sec.Ry.28 &: NE Cor of 'SR% of NW% In Chancery, agai ,Countr. You, Pi,
Twp. I S. K. 22 E; Is em Ia'acione .
cover two month's rent on the In this attempt. he brought held la Riverside Cal.. In April causing the city authorities to COUNTY OF BRADFORD ) braced under certificate No. SID. case No. Stuck.y 1261; and, a. d.t

JJ4J place. If he desires to kep the back with him three soldiers.< He was reviewed by Miss Amelia buy him a ticket to Cross City I HEREBY CERTIFY that theabove dillon Lots to 6, 7 of Blk 1, Temples Ad. Faciene Stuckey are you.h..PI.
and foregoing i* a true copy Starke In NEW of NW% qulr.d to
in the and the three soldiers decided to where It la hoped but doubted A appear on Jui, ;11
hooting gallery building. of the original Order of Publication part of WJ4 of NEVi In said court and
144 "ruth" the Inebriate and, found Ray.Mrs. that he went.Pauper made In the said cause on W of Ry., A NE Clor of 8KV4\ of County Telegraph Is caut.. 8
that he had entirely "passed out." A. Z. Adklna circle chairman file In my office, this the 4th d.yOFFiCiAL I NW% See. 28 Twp. 6 8. R. 23/ B., the duly qualified$ dajg.
of June A. D 1941. I I. embraced n..1&
Requests Office Space i held a short business session under Certificate No. publish this Order once
Broken glass was scattered allover AllowancesMrs. ( SEAL) A..r. Thomas for four each

t -, z144 J. J. Lovell project engineer I the place and Coca-Cola and at this time arrange Clerk. 8tt 6-27 865.Lots 3, 4, 5 of Blk 7 Temple) to said return on".cull\'e day. "week win!,'<
& ments were made to flowers Addition to hand and
Starke official
put In '
NK 4 of .eI|
with the State Road Department I I stains are everywhere on the In the church for the next month. Clemmie Hampton of iw CIBCVIT COURT. BRADFORD) NW% &: part of ,W'of'! NEW W Mfejfc. June ?
,I appeared before the. Board of concrete blocks. The soldier had Lawtey was granted a $::1 pauper (otN'rY FLORIDA-1ST CHA.N- of Ry. A NE Cor of 8EV4 of NWV4 SEAL) vvs r
During the social half hour the Sea. 28 Twp. < :
CKIIY.Arthur R. 22 H., I Is em. a r.vfr7wcourt" "
broken 19 bottles. allowance the Board of '
County Commissioners In regular I hostess served Ice cream and by County J. Emory, Plaintiff v*. braced. under Certificate No. 611.
session Monday and requested of. Commissioners Monday but was Catherine Emory. Defendant On Lot '-4. 6. 6, T of Blk 27 Temples) Knight A Knight
I cookies. The circle was pleasedto Monday the 7th day of July 1941, Addition to Starke In NEVi of Attorney for Plaintiff. (.|
advised that would be
lice space for the engineering Visit Legislature no more NWVi &: part of W
have as a visitor Mra. Shepherd'a the defendant Catherine Emory. I* % of NEff W
-i;, force during the proposed road forthcoming since sbo was required to appear to the bill tiledagainst of Ry. &: NB Cor. of SEW of NWVi\ "If More OldP I
< mother. Mrs. Charley Jones her herein. Thi order to Sea. 28 Twp. I 8. R. U.13, la ,
A of Bradford
be Certificate
> of Atlanta Ga.Circle. published once a week for four {23. would
The Board referred him to the High School students attended the, of the State. Mrs. Dove consecutive week I n Bradford All (II) Iota Blk 80 Peeks Ad use ADLERIKA they

!ni City" Clerk and requested that!I afternoon session of the House No. Three I Holder having been employed on County In Telegraph said Bradford a newspaperpubliehed County. N dition of 9th.to,Starke St., See. In 28 NWVV Twp.of 8 NWVi S. R.\ feel better. I'm 70 and hiv

pace be furnished for this purpose of Representatives Tuesday afternoon Circle Number Three was entertained the W. P.4A., ,had her pauper allowance I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 22 E" I I. embraced under Certificate lion hand for 14 year" (I

f In the City HaIL | as part of their school curriculum at the borne of Mrs. L. discontinued. The allowance !- Clerk. Circuit Court. No. 247.Fracl. Lots A, So. Dak.) For QUICK ton
Starke, Florida June 5th. 1941. B. C D of Blk 2,
I I on State Covernment. D. Vlnlng1 with Mrs. W. N. North of Mrs. Lillian I C. 6-6 4t 6-J7 Wynn Addition to Stance Sea. 28 tlon and relief from bloat!

The students were introduced to aa co-hostess. Seasonal flowers Rhoden will be discontinued after Twp.under 6 Certificate'8. R. 22 No.E. 403.Is embraced try ADLERIKA. today. -j

f1 AUTO PARTS the House on a motion made by were used for decorating the living tilTs meeting. Mrs. Carey Starling II*('O CIRCI'IT('' TY, FLORIDA COfHT-BRADFORD IM CHAN 22 EV4 E.', of SEW\ Soc. 6 Twp. 7 B. R. YOUR DRUG STORE.

Representative George Inman of room. and soon after the arrival was placed on the pauper ('..my. I or containing I embraced SO acres, more

f USED TIRES, REBUILT Bradford County. of the guests they were roll at $5 per month. Earnest Bernice Pollard Pollard Defendant.Plaintiff v*. ficate "Nd.s 46S. under Certl.

: GENERATORS: AUTO Students present were: Jo Ella served, delicious light refresh Monday, the 7th day of July. 1941 On erty The under assessment said certificate of the said. prop
; i GLASS CASH FOR NOTICE TO TEACHERS the defendant. Earnest Pollard isrequiredtn No. 266
Barry Lucille Melvin Felton ments. waR In the name of B. F. Kauff-

> CARS AND TRUCKS IN Oalney Lorraine Thomas, Joyce Mrs. Artford Brown conductedthe The annual examination for the : against him appear h/,..ln.to This the. bill order filed to man property:. Th under assessment. said of the said
M t ANY CONDITION. Atkinson devotional services and the teachers' special certificates will be published once a week. for four 134 wa* In the name of O. Davis No.
Virgie Stokes Billy connecutlve week ;
In Bradford
:' '. : Used Autos $25 Crosby, Junior Shaw G r a d y program was under the direction I be offered in the following fieldsIn County ghBra a newspaperpubliahed The under assessment said certificate of said No. property 816 was I

; up Mann. James Crosby and Myrtlce i of Mrs. Hog a n Smith. "The Gainesville, Florida the first In County. In the name of The S. B. Hubbard
: HASKINS Nichols all of Brooker, The Future of Missions In China" was week in ,July: Elementary School Clerk Circuit' Court. i, Co.property; The under assessment said certificate of the said

.''- group was escorted by teachers 'reviewed by Mrs. Sam Anderson; Course' Commercial Subjects, Art Starke,1, Florida June'11th.. ,. 1941. i 334 wa In the name of Michael No.&:

& AUTO PARTS Madeline Crosby of Brooker and and "Congo Pygmies" was reviewed English Industrial, Arts Languages 4t 6-27 Sproule property; The under assessment said certificate of the said '

North of Town on ROM, 13 Mrs. R. D. Fisher of Green Cove by Mrs- W. H. Hart.A other than English Math. NOTICF) OP APPLICATION 381 was. In the name of A. A. Her No '
ematics Music Science and Social FOR TAX I>KKI> ring; The assessment of the said ,
short business
Springs. : session was (..fna conducted by Mrs. T. T Long. Studies- Applications for permits VOT1OH. IC HBiRKtiv:! iVWJ 193 was In the name of JT. C. Ef-
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whe acted circle to i take the examinations That F." M.. Packham holder' of Tax romson; The assessment of the said
I as chairman. The Certificate No. 264. Issued. property under said certificate
te MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE A & A e I members were pleased to wel- should be filed with, the State Department day of Augunt A D. 1987 has the filed 2nd. I 105 wa In the name of Unknown No.;ID'R

I come into the circle Mrs.. Paul of Education at once. same In my office and has madeapplication -

Hudglns; and to have as a visitor For further Information contact issued thereon.for a Said tax deed certificate to' be 1

:. YOU'LL FIND; WE SERVE THE II Mrs. C. D. Kltterldge, of Daytona your County Superintendent. property embrace In the the following County Bradford.described ESS MAKING

BEST REAL HOME: Beach.Receive W. E. MIddleton State of Florida. to-wit: I ALTERATIONSGladys
COOKED DIN. I County Superintendent of Lots 3. 4 of Blk 13 In' Hampton
NERS IN TOWN ALSO Sec 30 Twp. 7 8. R. 22 E. !
SANDWICHES Bradford County SchoolsOIIOF.R The assessment of the said Harrington

_ : ., SHORT ORDERS AND DegreesArthur erty under the said certificate prop is.0011 Starke Flu.TRUSSES.
_. OP prnLirTio'vAM was In the name of W. O.
COLD DRINKS. Darby Jones Bon of ) NOTICR! TO APr..]ut Seal.
Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones STATM Of FLORIDA TO: All par- Unless said certificate shall be
tie. claiming; Interests under 1\ag. redeemed according to law, the
the degree of B. M. E. at a-le K. Edwards. deceased, In 8BV4' property described. therein will be
A&ACAFE the University of Florida Mon. of SE'4 and KH at HWV\ of SEV4 old to the .highest. bidder at the 1.50
,. of N..... 1. and. NE% of NE'4 of! court house door on the first Mon. $
_____ Back of Carpenter's Drug Store day. Robert S. Chapman. son of 8..c. 12. all In Twp. 6 H. B. 21 E. day In the month of July. 1941. Ilup 35? WELS
Mr. and Mrs. L. F.:. Chapman. was In Bradford County Florida, it.t.fleineflt5 which I I. the 7th day of July 1941.
hereditament or appurtenance Dated this 5th day .of June 1941.
awarded! the degree of B. S., B. .: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Thomas, True carefully and successfully I CREDIT
ourt.ot. ;
A. L. L. B. You are hereby notified that Clerk of Circuit I Bradford
Marvin W.
Rooks fitted I
Federal Farm Mortgage Corpora- County Florida. 6-6 4t 6-27 In stubborn case.. TERMS
: son of Mrs. E. M. Rooks and the tlon .. plaintiff has tiled It* sworn -

r late Rev. Mr. Rooks bill of complaint against you and IV ('IR't'...'
was awardedthe COl'RT. BRADFORD An
degree of B. A E. J ifollle R Harrlnon Thornton Mr and. J.Ralford 8. Harrison Carroll I CERY.Ann('it\TY. FLOHIUA_IN: CHAN ::1 Just Bring

__ %J. i'1Ii\:: GET A To Train FiremenV. clo..ure Court Wherein. a.of of defendant the Bradford mortgage relief Bought County In over the I I.Florida Circuit fore saidproperty I On vs.1941.Monday Calvin the Johnson,C.defendant.the Reeves Reeves 7th day,Calvin Defendant.Plaintiff of July C., tIGHTWEIGHT FIT |alsUUlTF*1 fSNOQ / i GEM Honest JEWELS Fact

_ H. : and you are hereby required Reeve, I I..* required. to to '
Garden fire chief who to appear In Raid Court the bill appear Company
against him herein. Koch Drug Store
: ::::- Is also chairman of the Division and cause cane No. 1266 on July This order to be published once a I'
7th 1941. Bradford Tel.. starkt.I
; UTILITYCAN of Water Supply and Fire protection graph I I.. deklirnated County the duly I In week Bradford for four consecutive week STARKE, VTA. 109 Call 81.

: in the County Defense qualified newspaper to publish this. .nMn.._-. ..-,,._._ _.....(....County.....Rn.__..."..... ..n_Telegraph.ala__ _&lraa.. .a
Order once each week for 4 consecutive ford Co'iinty. .
Council, requested the City Council week.. Witness my hand (OFFICIAL SEAL
A. Thomas
: Tuesday night to grant him and thl.* official June 4. seal 1941.OFFICIAL .at Btarke: Florida clerk Btarke Circuit Court. I CLASSIFIED ADS ]
Florida June 6th. 1941
the use of the fire truck for the ( SKAL) A. J. Thomas 6-' -
: purpose of training volunteer firemen As Clerk County of Circuit Florida.Court of Bradford LUMBER FOR SALE-Good used FOR SALE-1 1-2 ton 0-

In case of any emergency In Knla-ht Knight, IN' CIRrrlT COIn. BRADFORD rough lumber for sale $18 M. truck with large refrifl'
Starke. The City granted him Attorney for Plaintiff. .-. 4t (-27rmct ( rOt"\TT FLORIDA!* CHAN. ta'l'
OPALINE CKRY.Emmie. Barnett Iron Works Palatka body. Can be made
FREE this request with the provisionthat Lenora Peebles. Plaintiff Fla. i Friel
T4 IT rornr im/vnFono $.30 living quarters.
vs. Jack 1.. Peebles. Defendant. On 3tp
MOTOR OIL very water would be rorxTl.: FLOHIDA.-IM: tlltNCKHY. Monday. the 7th day of July. 1941 Write John J. Heney co
used to the the
severe shOrtage defendant. Jack L.
Grace Ardlth FURNISHED DeLand Flo.
Hawk. P A
at this time. VII Ray Plaintiff Is required to appear to the bill RTMENT
_ Henry Hawk Defendant.
) On filed against. him herein This Electric refrigerator four-

when you buy A. D.Monday 1941 the InC 7th defendant.day of July Ray for order four to be consecutive published once weeks a week In rooms.--Phone 244-J, 216 N. WANTED Small tun

motor oil. Revival Revival At services Graham I the unknown Henry bill H.w\c.of I*complaint\ required whose to filed residence appear against to I I. newspaper Bradford County.OFFICIAL published County. I Telegraph In said Bradford a Second St., Palatka, Fla.&6-30 2tp apartment( -or J. 1SungaIOII'Ftlgdalre. R. La

will start at him herein. This order to b. pubIIl1h..d ( SEAL A. J Thomas ISO Laura St., Jack

... ,_. Graham Christian Church next one 'each w.ek for four Clerk Circuit Court; Fla.

.' Here's how to get; long-; Sunday, June 8. at 11 o'clock. County consecutive Telegraph.. week a In'newspaper Bradford Stark., Florida. June 5th. 1941. FOR RENT cool desirable
-,.. f;-JJ I lasting; Opaline or Sinclair! Pennsylvania Motor Oil Meeting will be held every night published.r.ldlL. Starke In said, Florida Bradford Jun.County Sr4 4t '-11i Box apartment.1-A. Starke M I'S. R.Fla.R. Prevatt FURNISHED COT TAG

: plus a handy next week with the possibility 1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION' 2t Lake Santa Fe. :5 miles

_- utility can for the price of the oil a/one. that they might continue for two Clerk OFFICIAL circuit SEAM A. J. Thomas NOTICE FOR 13 TAX I1KKD Waldo. Electric IIghU,

Buy Opaline or Sinclair Pennsylvania in a 5-gallon weeks. The pastor W. C. Burton County Florida.Court.<.(Bradford 4t (-27OHMF.R That C. B. Bennett HEREBY holder OIVKN.of Tax FOR RENT room In private home nlngr water. Inquire l I

Utility Can When it', empty you can use the can fora will be assisted by S. B. -- Certificate has. filed said No. 70 certificate of July 2 In, 1931 my for two genUemen. Single $7.50; Jewelry Co., Galneavlllt.

radiator pail KcGulre. Everyone Is cordially Of PfRLIClTfOV office and made application for tax double $10. References.-J. M.
or as a safety can for gasoline kerosene. A\IJ NOTirtJ TO APPEAR
; or invited to attend. State of Florida to deed to .Issue thereon In accord. Smith 20 Madison: Street. It

..This Utility Can is made of heavy, galvanized ni known hop whole residence' : Robert I I. un sore brace with the. law.following Said certificate described em Dally cash market for o j

.: metal. It has a large opening for refilling and a nozzle You: are hereby notified that County property, Florida alt 1 Uste to-wltr. In Bradford FOR RENT-new 5-room furnished hogs. Auction Sale everyday ]

r with both a large and small opening made tight with Mrs. Bertha Pearce and laugh filed Manda cult III.for hop divorce a* plaintiff and cu.tody ha Town W..t.n of Ft. of Lot of BUt 4. bungalow and one un beginning at 2:30: L f-
Lawtey W
ter. Mrs. L. W. of child in the Circuit of Railroad furnished. Four miles Lake Columbia Stockyard
screw,caps. Next time you buy motor oil ask for the Kemper, went to Bradford Court of Section S3 Township 5 South, of ..
Miami May 29 to attend the graduating Chancery against Florida. In Range, 22 East. City road turn first grade to Fla. Phone 481.
5-ga1tonUt1ity you a. defen DO!
CanofOpliacor O
Sinclair Pennsylvania. I l dant. assessment of said property right D. Odom. Jr. P.
exercises of Edna Pearce. therein case No. Ui3. and hue filed under the said certificate. i...,,.
In training at Jackson Memorial nuance or due thin affidavit Order:for and the-you.I.. stre was t.In the; name of W.: L. -Over- Conner. -Ito- Starke'Fla.

f Hospital. They were met in to Robert Blhop are hereby required Unlea said certificate shall be
Miami appear on July 1th IIHI In .al by another according to law "'
daughter Margaret court tax
; Let deliver came. Bradford County deed will FOR RENT
me Issue Furnished
to your! farm who has been In attendanceat duly Telegraph la decimated a. the day of July A. D.thereon 1941. on Ill. 7th., room 2-bed- -.3 furnished COOS
qualified apartment. Adults Call
the State Woman's College at 11... this Order one newspaper each week to. pub for D Dated 1941 this 4th., day of June A. Across street from Florida only. miles out east YarDI-

I Tallahassee who returned with four consecutive week prior to (OFFICIAL !SEAL! Brookslde PecanL.
A. J. Thomas Motor Lines
aid return day. Wlin.* hand. Clerk bus station. Starke.
them my of .
': H E. Tucker to Starke. Mrs. Kemper and official seal, at Stark Florida County Florida.ClrculCourt.., Bradford, Phone 33. M. Clark.
I tt
left Monday for Ohio where she thin Jun. 4, .'41. -27HOTICK )!
and her husband OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. 3. Thoma I ONE LARGE: BED
travel with the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford OF APPLICATION' FOR lVfor
Union Circulating Company. Margaret County Florida. FOR TAX: Ut.ICU SAL&-cheap.-hou: e trailerat two single beds; one I
;e'-. : Agent Knight Knight (ft>mat. Bill N*. IfI3 Hall* Tourlot Camp in the light housekeeping
accompanied her to Ohio I Attorney for Plaintiff. '-1 4t '-J7iv NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN North .
where she will work with them I THAT. D. E. Knight and N. L. edge of town on the Hot water-Mrs. O.

_ Phone 158 Sta&ke Florida for awhile. : ('O"NT'I'rmrrrr' FLORIDA.cornr. BRADFORD' i i I Numbered Knight holder respectively of Tax, certificates 2(6 Issued Jacksonville highway Up Lawtey.

: I CKHY. CHAN the 6th.. day of Sept.. 1531, No.
MY Della 134 Issued the 6th.. day of August
TRUCK DELIVERS M. Tlllman. Plaintiff 1911
'I Urban a. Tlllman. nefendant.. Y* No. : No. Ill Issued AuT. 7. Ins; W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
MAGIC DEATH 1 S3* I>ued Sept i. 191 No.
On ]
Monday, the Tth day of
TO July 383 Issued July
7. 1930
YOUR FARM A. IX 1141. the defendant Urban. O. Issued Aug' 6, No. hi No. 113 F. H. A. LOANS
yfll Resce.. Acts Fleas, Ttllman. who.. residence I* Route July IT nUl 19;
AU440 S. Macon. :tll ; Issued July want the property
I Rag sad llie. Georgia. CO. .O. C. Amer. 4. No. 149 laaued listing on your
: aon. I I. required to appear to the 1919; No. 276 Issued. Auc 2. fUll We have for safe
Harmless to t Hinaas & Pets bill herein.! of complaint This filed against him 7th., of No. 4SI Issued Deo. 7,) some wonderful properties
order to be
1$. at Leading Drag Store one each week for four published coneecu- No.1931;IS No.* "aaed 110 Issued Aug. July 2. 7, 1930 No.1; See us about your Real Estate Need
tlre Telegraph week In Bradford. County sit Issued. July 7. 1930: No. C13 119 E. CALL STREET PIIQJUN >P
a newspaper published Issued July 7.1 isIs; No. .147 Issued