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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 13, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Started 165 Gallons Legion Bans 2,093' Photo Supply n
RegisterFor
rk All ConcessionsAt To Open SoonA I Citv Will Take Precautions .' i


Of Shine the meeting of the Jones- photo developing and print ;j j&A ese
HomeFord DumpedThe (Man
New Langford White Post of t I is ing plant la to be opened In Starke To Protect Light And Water Plant r fRitz

American, Legion Tuesday night next week In the new Green buUd-

custom' of using only amall' the following motion,,was made, ing adjoining the new office of;
Garage bottle 'of champagne seconded, and unanimously car Defense WorkThe the Western Union Telegraph Co. i Have you seen the new flood t

be all right for the may rled: I. Lecln. of New York, has leased I Cafe light at the city water tank ; ;v
christening "That all holders of concessionsin They have been there a week or
June 4 for of a mere 33.000-ton battle the building, and Jack Kaye also Closes DoorsThe I e
hund was broken 'that ship'but ; this hall be declared !In de Bradford County Defense of New York will have charge of more and. according t o Berry + ,
'
I Andrews new Ford garage andgtreeU. 'boo so far antiquated as method Is ta- fault for failure to pay rent and Council with a few outlying pre the business\ Ritz Cafe. Roy Lechous Johns, Utility Superintendent 'tom
Madison christening Starke '
o corner. of Immediately In j\ street Is concerned. At least so that any and all agreements, cincts yet tct lit! heard from registered Mr. Loosen Is i World War vet- proprietor cloned It. doom Wednesday there Is a probability that, t h e ,
either expressed or with whole light plant and ground ,
of JudgeHoward and thinks Sheriff A. O. Andreu. Implied for voluntary civilian defense etan. 'Tkavlng. spent 18 month and George Pappas, owner ,,
[ of the home I holders of such agreements be : of the lease took over the place. may be flood-lighted In the very
afternoon a total.of. 2.093 persons according overseas. He Is a member of the i
n Tuesday
[ K Ferrym about 1:30 terminated." near future. w
Orlando architectup I o'clock the Sheriff to J:..' D. Vlntng chair American Legion post, and expects Mr. Lechous came to Starke from
Lynolds, and some of This motion had to do especiallywith of Thomasvllie Ga., and bought out Not only that, but the Bond
( ''and the H. B.In his man the Division of Labor and to make his home In Stark. r
the plans, Co. of Or- street helpers poured out Into Courtalmost vending machines, such as Personnel...wt>? had charge of the Jack Kaye has been associated the Ritz Jan. 6. 19U.I Trustees are planning to erect a ,
construction! directly In front of soft drinks cigarettes, etc., which steel fence around the
registration, C Of this number with the developing and printing I Mr. Lechous could not b e plant very
It the contractor 1 Congressman Lex' Green's office have been placed there for the much like the State '
that around
897 reached for' ?
were NwUlte men, 642 white business for the past 15: years. a statement but according
xordinfr to Mr. Austin the I -and "dangerously near" the: convenience of the soldiers. women- 3$4 colored men and 300. I The place Is being equipped with {\0 Mr. Pappas tt was Farm Miv.John! 'stated.. It yey,

ling I will' be 65x105: feet and|moonshine Baptist Church-165 gallons of: Permission was given J. J. colored ..women..? the ''latest machinery for 'producI -I I I financial matters that caused the might. electrified- or, it, maybe .' 4 1
I house an automobile show whiskey. They emptied Nuttall, director of the W. P. A. Rite close. merely barbed. ;
Although the, registration! I / g- first-rate prints, Mr. Kaye to Mr. Pappas has 1'1 t
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10-gallon and five
Shell filling station and kegs 5-gal-: recreation project there to con- ficially closed Saturday while the said Wednesday "Due to t h I a'' not'yet; decided when he will reopen 'The public must be kept allay. c awl
The show room and file Ion glass jugs (figure It for your- struct a locker room In the waste results ( Mr. Johns 'w ue
are being'classified'and fac It will be possible to give the restaurant said. Not meaning to ;t '
Illation: will be of concrete self). space at the back steps; also to tabulated if editorialize but
any others desire' to Starke and community the novel or philosophise f..
while the garage will be There were several more or less cover the present small room In register they may'do so by com- service of seeing finished printsthe merely to give the bare facts- 44

eel construction. The bulldJ I "innocent bystanders" present. the northwest corner of the build- ing to the Bradford County Tele- same day the! picture I la taken Nursery School The water tank at Gainesville has

cost around $10,000. Mr. t,The County Judge was there! One ing with hardware wire >so that graph during the next few days, Films brought In the morningwill been cloned to the public -for j')

ill, stated Thursday, and will J of the City Councilmen let all of valuables might be kept there.In H. A. Carlton s e c r e tary. an- be ready In the evening. We sometime., At Jacksonville.( .* not '

lIlY for occupancy early !In his men climb: down from their the absence of the regular nounced Thursday! ,. feel that thin Is a service that Starts June 16 only the water tank but the electric ; //a. Mss

telephone poles to w a t o h the officers L., D. Vining' served as !> Starke should<< have" Mr. Kaye light plant a* well Is' not, *II I

heartrending sight. The Tag Inspector acting Post Commander and H,' Miss Myrtle Reddish of Jack said. Enlargements' from small I only closed to the public but aba "'

was there. Several others A. Carlton as acting Post ..Ad sonville Is the guest of Mrs Errol prtnta( will be a specialty 1 The W. P. A nursery school guarded. Why should 'we take\

fists Plan were present. jutant. Alvarez. The front of the store will for children In the defense area any chances, now that BO many ; {

Without calling any names, specialize In a complete line of of Starke will open officially things are bappenln..1Lat

some' stood at attention, noses I personal ''stationery The store Monday June IS. Seanlons will Friday right here' 'in '"t

Out Revival high in the air unwilling that a will also carry a full line of photo be held In the public school building Starke 036,000 gallon of watetf' ''apt

single whiff of the "precious Carolyn CallstreSt Qtf I supplies cameras films i anda and the project Is deigned was used. The' average dally' se

liquid" should escape unnoticed on < m a t e.u r equipment, Mr. Kaye I to take care of children betweenthe consumption Is 400,000 gallon, .' u"r

|one for the "all out campaign the desert air. .Some thought, i said ages of two and five yearsof Mr. John said. A year ago the u

I Christ" which will ,be the almost aloud "What a waste!I" '-' age,* and from families who average was:only 190,000 gallons } r

i of the revival to be held and .they, could figure almost C&llstreeters I. ". 1 have need for child care, because dally, interesting point I her. a ee"u 1
Dear '
.
i Baptist church In Starke without a pencil, that if that *eddlng 'In .Lawtey las'I Friday of the, dislocated population and la that the tank, ha .a capacity "u'

i I5th-29th are rapidly near- should bring even $1.00 per quart, Well, how do you like my new Strike No. 1 came when the KahrDies the crowded living conditionshere. of only 45,000: gallon That'

[ completion and will reach aitx there was swallowed up In the format (note to the unin- minister asked to see the licensean' I mean that the watera going all. (t '

with the arrival of Dr.Ip dust of Court street $660. Others formed: format to a columnist Is Bill discovered he'd left It in The school Is prepared to take day and all night directly-:from

i Moore of Ft. Pierce who stood licking their chops busy! the same thing as form to.'s hU car-parked five blocks away! After AccidentHis Care of from 30 to 40 children, the pipe Into the ,water mate, ? It l ;

>conduct the meeting. with their own thoughts.The I woman) I ups to the editor 'forgot. Strike 1 came when Alene and they will be given medical With a load like that If anything jr ,

i for this Intensive and all- sheriff was kind enough to, tother day 'an says: "Lookahere. / the bride's book for the attention a balanced diet, periodsof should happen to the machinery

lire campaign call for a de- allow some to stop up the odor, : Everything else t In Starke has guests to regfater In at the reception many friends here and sleep and re.t..s well as play It would be Just too bad. Nothing, ,4 sear

I'i task to be assigned to every together with a few drops of the ; gone streamlined but Carolyn Strike 3-and the climax throughout Florida ,will regret to activities for social physical and dl tlnlt..baa yet been decided upon rsryt

r r of the church for the two liquid and take one of the kegsor Callstreet. Don't you think it's :-came 'Tben the newlyweds learn of the sudden death".of A. emotional development, .. to remedy the situation but the 'y 44 frs

i that the revival is in pro. jugs home with him "to use tine we're doln something aboutIt started to leave. on their honey L. Kahr Tuesday afternoon In the I The school will be supervisedby authorities; are considering' Installing r

Every member of the as a water jug" and: "just a ?" So he did An' we moon and found that Fro w Alachua County Hospital. Gainesville I Mrs fannle H. Jones, who lea .a larger -tank aDd another

will receive a suggestive memory." did An' this Is it Hope Strickland bad carried the key as the result of injuries received t very highly.. trained and cap- well. 4M

cnment from the pastor In- Traffic on Court street wilt no you like it I to their car off to Klngsley Lake! la an automobile so.dent ; able nursery school worker i I The situation with. reference ,to
.' Oh '
flog; some definite task to be well,,'UttU things have a Sunday afternoon.Mr. The |U lectrtt '
doubt be for sometime public cordially invited to current t Ia, almost a* bad. "
i during the time., It will be, to come'quite-at heavy least until, the Incidentally ; I do wish thata habit of going wrong: at weddings, Kahr was born In Lannach, I Inspect, the nursery! school( rooms.NoegetAt according to Mr Joan:, I iHt ;year ah 4
l sated, "a, time but everyone]1* 'too excited and Austria In 1869 and with his 1
o( unlimited street is thoroughly dry! couple of my mos' ardent admirers ago th* "peak doa4eg'tIle punt,? : rs .
iifcr Ctrlat.lltrylce ." happy. for It t& make any difference I family mend to the ''United Home 1 '
:would take another look was around J163 KW. Now ,the eye !I
\ will begin'l .Sunday at the heading: this column anyhow jui,i. State In 1907.. TheY'made their load Is running dally around 400 r
which time Riding'ark insist giving home In Edwardsvllle. Illinois be- Joe Noegel. 'who spent a'siege KW.. Mr. 9
tog, at ( Dr.: Moore They on me an alias I John stated that the +
Instead of real Man of Action* Leslie Biggs fore moving to Starke In 1013. In the Alachua County Hospital plant was .
begin preaching. ,He has New Attraction my name R. H. I now doing1-around 4,- av ew, t
a i pastor of the First. Baptist I Mathe (genial and busy contrac- Graduated from college, married Mr. Kahr Is survived by two at Gainesville after he was. stabbed 800 to 8.000 kilowatt hours per

II of Ft. Pierce for many The Dark Horse Riding Parkis i tor) has It down to Carolyn Mc- and joined the Army, all In daughters. Mrs W. A. Stem a few weeks ago. ban beenat day. i ti

1'1, and Is one of the out tand- the latest addition to Starke's Call, while S. O. Weaver twists one week! :. Whew!.. Makes my Starke; Mrs B. E: E.Johnson his home In Starke for about "feu

[ young preachers of the Flor- ever-growing list of attractions.It It around to Carolina Callstreet head swim Any one of those Gainesville; one son, A. L. Kahr, two weeks He Is "up and Sells Out Interest "'Ia
events would, have furnished at Jr., Earlton: and one granddaughter down" upending at least half of
i Baptist Convention. He has I was opened here recently by That's no way to make a
e' experience in revivals and Prime Beaudoln who came here hit with the ladles, boys t least a month's excitement for an Miss. Louise Stern of his time In bed. Mrs. Myrtle Reynolds), of Do- .s i '

|coiutantly In demand, and it U several months ago from St. Au-1 Should at least get their names ordinary person He and Edith Starke. He goes to the hospital once or Land who opened the Starke u'

matter of Joy to the church to i 1, gruatlne'' to work at Camp Blan right By the' by See should be ver', ver' happy For many years he was engagedIn twice each week for examinationand Beauty Shopp and ,the Starke
| able to present Dr. Moore. Bro. Weaver has deserted his Proud Papa: Charles Darby take farming, and In later years treatment and the physician Darter Shop some weeks'' ago has. : q sm

nr\ other things, he was ex- ding.At the present time Mr. Beau-I, rocking chair for a stand Ing-up, In' pictures of daughter Virginia had operated a filling .station and i In charge there say. It will he old them both and returned to r ..'n

d the singular honor of be- I dotn has seven horses, and his I job In the Starke Dry Cleaners Jean when one day old Incidentally small store Just south of town on I several month before he will be her home In DeLnnd. S. E. d ,' I
Invited Starke mothers had a Road 13. l I well. But he shows Im Sparks, proprietor ot'''t h 1
to deliver the Bacca- park Is located at 301 So. Water Stew bad 'Twos quite : a steady e City e5i
reate eermon at Stetson Unl-! St., (the O. L. Haynes property). refreshln' during all the hurly corner on the Alachua County Funeral services were held provement. barber shop bought' the Starke ,
ity !In Hospital las' week-Carleen Lan- Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock I barber shop Mrs. 'Alma'Nader '
1940. He U a South He !Is an expert horseman havingwon burly to see at least one persontakln' ; rYr
from the home of his -
IroHnian drum Martha Smith and Virginia daughter, Station purchased the .
beauty
by birth a graduate top honors In the gentleman's it easy along Call Street It IIH Rushed shop 'at IS,
1 Darby on the'- floor at the Mrs. Stem, on Lafayette St. The
amme
Louisville Seminary, and long horsemanship class in the recentSt. I Mrs. Nader came to Starke iralj 1
""i pastor In Florida. Augustine horse show. same time Rev. C. H. Allen pastor of the Ben Hall contractor and Lacy from Savannah, Ga., two week W '
Presbyterian Church officiated
I't' i Is also announced Jever stop to think what a wun- Conway. local manager of the ago. She was for .13 yean In s" c
that music and assisted the Rev. Fred ,
T the meeting will nerful world It'd be If all public Warm Weather Item: Glad to I was by Florida Motor Lines nay that the the beauty parlor business there. 3 I
be guided by Make Raids. Yerkes of the
Church.
Liquor
1 Rev. Blanchard servants were as pleasant aboutit hear the "Y" dance on the 14th U Episcopal new bus station will be completedthe Recently she was In the Mary t'I i

optional talent In Law who has Sheriff A. O. Andreu Treated as Marjorie Colley of Uncle to be informal Can't quite Interment was in Crosby Lake last of this week and ready Ellen Beauty Shop named for her ''f
music A under the direction of il
U choir will assist Mr. Law as one. Road Patrolman Melvin McKinney Same p. o. 'r Her charmln' lake a long dress on these sizzling DeWItt Cemetery C. Jones for occupancy by the early partof daughter, She has now three op ,1 ; t
,
some soloists' arrested three in liquor smile would make Mona Lisa turn nights Overheard: J. G. Good next week. erators. These two new' -shop
never heard Active pall] bearers were W E.
It before round I last week-end. I green with envy Interestln' man, commenting on new roads, are located In Congressman. LeGreen' NuaIs IM
ups Thornton A. O. Andreu A. L.
Because addition to the bachelor coterie: new buildings, new faces, etc: "Itain't new building on Court l lstreet .
of the repairs to the'Bementahave A soldier had a bottle of liquor. Alvarez J. T. Quigley, Freeman Mbst : f,
t Charlie Moore (Fla. Power & a town no more It's a a?.
A Police made him tell and A J. Thomas
the Military Register,
church ar- Light) who comes to Starke via city!" Wonder If Jimmy e r

been made with where he got It. The M. P. tele- Madison Jever notice how Campbell has finished that boat _.. ,.-....... ...."'.,.. ,...... .- g
*mT' whereby a parking phoned Sheriff Andreu who wentto the soldiers' faces fall in Koch's he's been build In' on the back Mrs. Virginia Merritt

ding available for all at- a place out on Road 13 Satur when Jenelle (Hutchlngs) Dodson porch lo these many weeks ,
the revival. and arrested the man Mrs. Virginia Merritt died at
The l Is' day night
led lot Informs 'em she's married ? He's an Army doctor at Bland ing.
Immediately ; whom the soldier Identified as her home near Long Bridge on
In back of 'Spitlful Pat Foster's de- you know, and he and wife Cor- '
"mrch. and 1 the one who sold him the whiskey. Sunday, June 8. She was 77 $ I
parking there ,
be parture to join the Royal Canadian nelia occupy the Hart home on r y. -a
convenient and '' James Phillips is still In jail lacking years of age, and had lived In r 1
safe under Air Force was delayed by a Church Street She's an expert ((
IUpervlllion( of the cash bond. the western part of thin countyfor
Chas. 'I' necessary feSA
Wade. recent auto accident which tore badminton player Gladto
cess been assigned to the task. Friday Melvin McKinney, road loose some stitches hangovers know Lena Belle and Don Morris many years. She was bornIn \

dock start ach 'evening at 81 patrolman arrested Dennis O. from a previous operation are gettlnf closer to home Johnson County, Ga., on Oc b.., {
tober 31, 1863. I' ra
and ; 1i2fc
,
Sunday at and Jerry
morning. Higgins white man Recently moved/ from Arlington 1t4
Mrs. Merritt In survived by
O'Neal negro, who were hauling Jacksonville .
feminine Va.,'to South
Nat
-of Wouldn't Slernberg's eight children: Frank Merritt,
loaded with 47 canes
a, truck Itffl
tgion customers have been shocked I Miss Ida Merritt, Mrs. J. L. y
Center NotesAfter bonded whiskey to another placeon tother afternoon If they could Juvenile Jotting: Little Johnny LavendtJr, Ira Merritt I Mrs. ..t0' tip' rY ,

After an the Jacksonville highway.I have seen him bookworklng a la Garner says the only thing he Drake, Mrs Huckabee Jlmmle '\' '
evening *">eT In a put a $200 cash bond its i
Higgins up
hates about moving to Lake Butl -
naturel back In his santum sanctorum Merritt and Benny Merritt.
tad deal program there cash bond.
"Bingo" was and O'Neal a $50 Seems it was so hot l ler I* that he knows just as soon Seven grandchildren and seven

rlcan Legion game at the Having seen with his own -eyes that Nat jus' had to shuck his as tie leaven town Buck Snyder great-grandchildren also survive. l ,"**%

t the winners Center. Prizes Lindsey Crlffls. proprietor of the shirt From there he progressed .will. beat his time with Madge, Funeral services were held Monday \: *l"L >

Edenfield Were furnished by Bradford Inn selling whiskey Mr. by easy stages til he got Brownlee But he Intends to afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at \ .- ks Ti

M of the Jewelry.' B tor.. McKinney issued a warrant for down to nothln' but shorts! come back every Saturday and the Pine Level Baptist Church w

was presented King, a one act Mr. Griffis' arrest and went back At this point who should dropin keep an eye on the'situation he with the Rev. W. E. Hall officiating.

!taco"game. after the Saturday and
ng part Were- Staff members placed him under a $200 appearance Sewell A.,tee th a f!r.t a h oc k and Marguerite Gamer move to Cemetery near Lake Butler, under JWJw

be Hart Douglas: Helen. McGrath. bond according to Mr. McKinney wore off Mr. Sewell remarked Btitlervllle Hope they can the direction of DeWItt C. Jones. S

Walah. The Morel Wal- and Sheriff Andreu. (somewhat wistfully) : "Too bad see their way clear to come back Active pall bearers were I. S. p

gucceo, play was such we can't go around like that In some day when the rental problem Shepherd M. H. Moo d y. Joe

made ferny" presentation requests have at Attend ConventionThe the bank" I' blows over Moody. Chester Moody C. C. Butler

and Colvin McCord. }
dhgad The first Camp of postofflce A
association
gng By the time you read this. Ruth _
1 will be at the Florida met Can't get used to seeln' Ros-
of
of the state
i. MedIcal regiment Thursday Clerks in Miami the latter part of last well Noegel boppln' in an' out ofa 1 Milan Sternberg Tenn-will contributing probably, be her In Land Bank Loans R. H. Mathe ahd Son

Dramatic week. Brady Bryant Supt. of laundry truck 'stead of bopptn'car. secretarial talents* to-the construction Seventy-seven Bradford County f

kohl Supervisor Lawrence malls at the Camp Blandlng office. at Carpenter'. An' speak- of a deferwev powder plant farmer secured land bank and They came to build a store; they remained to bulVl a town.. 4 J
1
wantto
end announces that this ls the chairman of the organization In' of Carpenter'always 'Course-,the fact that Jack land bank commissioner loans This might tie tIN title of a yet unwritten biography *f .. II. 4 e

Snag! feature wm be a and attended the meet argue with Powell's BUma- Scanlon 11.alao in Milan] 1* purely totaling $78,026.00 for the period l\l.athe Son., ee....."<...trto...?, who cam here last fall to cost.struct I r ',y b ,
hale which loudly proclaims \
fonOWed With Valuable I ing. Rex ad IS NO FUN" coincidental -. Evelyn Stephen May 1. 1933 to December 31, 1940. for ConsjriwMnjiii Lea Green the new bulldJag"which foot r +nrJt
; "BELCHING
i..4 br. by a one-act play Richard Long. In the Camp Not-even after drink- Is ahelvln beaucoup Ibs. via according to a statement by the houses Prl >*t'* Sn to $1 Hlore. Hut Minks refused to stop grOwtag rii
OPera.Uon" .
.
What
'Cd which ,will" beJ. Blandtng office, was elected a bottled Coca-Cola. Mr. C.? the banana nklm-mllk routine Farm Credit Administration of and R. IL M (he and Arnold Math have been here ever sine r

l. by staff members. I, delegate by the clerks of the .In'. .a Comer Perryman a-jekln' of Grace Dew is add In' a pound or Columbia. 8. C. In 1940 eight turning out new buildings w t nt a* pUn could to draWL ,' a -ft 1';
NuttW of- availed
lion wperYl80r of the Starke and Camp Blanding soda at Carpenter's now twoBut who Uin't during farmers in the county They .hove already. compel: **!' 10 store and one frame realdeaee.and '
II renter announces: ,that fices. He report a fine time, the these sweet corn an' black berry themselves of the a h 0 I' t-term now have under wy three more store* and the. DeW FlorIda L 9 s"l

be .Imed additional Staff Members and took a plane back'to Jacicaonvllle. 2- Hear Ole Hn Jinx hounded the pie days? .. Say your (ever credit service offered association b l' ,their the Theatre all on Call Mt. Altogether( they have added aroojad $ ::1,000 r:
to the He left Miami at faithful I production credit '
to I )
Center foot-step of Bill Edwards and I In new construct loo to the cnaaglng face of Starke.
Malof expand arrived In Jacksonville amount loaned being 14.700.00.
acUyIUes.p P. M. and Austin at their chommln'j -Carolyn.
Blandlng. a little after 4 o'clock. Alene ,M+qpus, r.rn. Yr gta11r1 tSr

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: The Bradford County Telegraph the coins"People in their who pockets.ask us that question. WITH OUR FARMERS


1 KdtaMlxbed 1877 'What did it get you?' forget one thing.
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Published Weekly on' Friday and Entered M Sec- True, we fought the last war to make the J. A, J. McKinney of Graham, rain two weeks ago," he said "but

4t 1 h end CUM Matter at.the Post Office at Starke Flu.i world safe for democracy, and we did fora said Saturday: "We're'eo dry that the next morning you couldn't tell

i -- --- -- .., ,-- ---- ..- .-.. while. we are ruined. Watermelon won'tbe it bad rained But It helped the
MEMBER half size. I., went tt>tb. patch crops, and we are thankful for rI
a "The thing they forget is that liberty and cut two and tasted,them, and what we do get.

1t (RIDAPRESSASSOQAIXi \ > and freedom and democracy are so very they hardly tasted'like water- Mr. Starling I la half-cropping
melon The drought hat been with W. J. Ward on 35 acres. "Mr.
precious that do not fight to win them
you
,V,, -;Jlotloeztd 7roldaaft tough on the farmer this year." Ward has a brand new house anda
ft once-and then stop. Liberty and freedomand be continued. ''Our'.tt'awberrlee new wire fence'around the farm
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i -- H'- -- SUBSCRHTION itATE'Yearly democracy are prizes awarded only to were cut In half. Easter week la and wants to sell the whole place _

; $1.75; Six: Months 1.00 those peoples who fight to win them and Always a big: week 'This year we for $1,000" :Mr. Starling said. "I

i BBW """ "" """*""" "" """ "*"* "" didn't sell any until after Barter don't know what I would do' If :
then keep fighting eternally to hold them. Of course the cold and the he. should sell." he said. "Guess Y. ;:.

Good News From Iraq; Thus spoke Sergeant York-as one who drought' together ruined our berry I would have to find another half- .

But Bad News From Crete has been through it, played a splendid part, crop." cropper." .

Britain's decisive victory in Iraq makes and who still believes it was worth the ef I "The" com IB also sufferingnow "I have been raising strawberries

couldn't afford to lose her fort. If the cynics stop talking long Mr. McKinney continued. corn peas beans. Ford. CTHESE OILS ?
t' good news-she young "If we can get raln'in a week or hooks and giant strtngless" Mr. SINCLAIR ,

oil wells and pipelines there, as they are enough to listen, his words should give them ten days we can make a crop; but Starling said "I'm Just waitingfor

g4 almost literally' the lifeblood of her military plenty to think about. If we don't It will be Just too some rain before planting four SAVE YOU MONEY
bad. You nee, my corn la tassel- more acres of peas and okra."
J'r '' in the East. Other good
and 'naval forces
I f- .. Ing out and If It doesn't get some; Speaking of the war Mr. Starling -
news was the destruction of the Bismarckby Even The Saturday Evening Post rain it Ia ruined. I've practically said. "If they need me, I'm

a tremendous concentration of British Sees The Handwriting lost my berry plants for next year ready to go. If 'Uncle Sam bad

naval units-that had to be done to buck up One of the most important editorial because of the drought.- had men and material, Germanynever Sinclair Opaline and Sinclair
Pennsylvania .
With reference to"(h.e war Mr. would have whipped France.
a British public which was aghast at the policy switches in recent years- occurred recently McKinney said: "Most people If we wait till she whips England, Motor Oils save

I sinking of the Hood, pride of the fleet. when The Saturday Evening Post decided that J've'talked to.seem: to think every nation over there will fallright money over a season

But the news from Crete is as bad as it to abandon its isolationist position and that we're going tOt get in it. I in line against us. Turkeyla because they last so long. And you
can
had four brothers")1 the World already falling in line.. If we buy
(e' could be. Again, the Germans demonstratedthe accept the view that this war is of vital interest War but I was exempted on account I wait till they whip England, it is them in handy S-gallon utility
cans.
power of their air-arm-again they to the United States. Though it did of my wife and five chil- going' to be too bad Some say When

,,, showed the finest kind of staff and supply not retract its former statements and madeno dren. If we do have to get in the; "Let them come over here" They empty, these cans serve a dozen uses around
Britain loses much war, we'll win. I think we have f will be sorry if they ever du that
work. In losing Crete, its dislike for the situ:
of
secret present waited a little bit too long; but I We'd better go over there. If we the farm. Phone or write for prompt
f'' i of her Mediterranean power. ation, the national periodical made it clear, think the Germans will have about go over there we'll be a Jot of delivery.

''I Some commentators think the battle of that both the honor and security of the I the toughest time they ever had help and will win out.

i i Crete may have been a full dress rehearsal United States are at stake. when "they .hit the 'American "I signed up in the first World Let me deliver '
to
for invasion of Britain herself. There is a people.If War." Mr. Starling said, "but they your form
The importance of this change of policy -
conditions. The Nazis had to told me to go back to the farm
similarity we can just get a shower
lies in the fact that the representative mag-
come over water, and they ,had to rout out any time within 10 days- -we'l and plow a hard tall the rest of
isolationism believes
detachments of intrenched defenders azine of conservative be all right" said Daniel Wood my life, and that Is what I've H' E. Tucker
strong that national honor is worth fighting for. ward, who lives two and a half been doing ever since then. I'm

i '; In rugged country. However, an invasion of While it deplores the steps that have mile Southeast of Stark., in dia' ready again to go If they need
would hardly be so The Luft- cussing weather and "I've
England easy. crops'
brought the United States close to the brinkof me. I've never worked a day Agent
waffe'would be given plenty of opposition armed all my life.. loused; to be
war, it believes that, once this country able to real the weafher,' but I'vebeen at Camp. Blandlng In my Ute
t the RAF-and England} is tar .better defended ,"I've been Phone 158 Starke
by id"Committed itself to aid for Britain and carpentering around town, sitting here watching Florida

from the point of view.of'1nen.posi-, 'all other nations fighting aggression and-; -can't',,"predict, Itany.'rm' ... these soldiers," and I don't believe

tions and weapons, than'was Crete. The itl t Then the weather'changes; It 1 n't ,thhr ogb''pfrtlp6tri.1bbtgoulp> ) JY| TRUCK, DELIVERS
must go through with its pledge regardless like It used to be." It's different not be glad to fight for his country '
fact that, according to reporters on the at home TO
of the cost. "People are not like they used or abroad. YOUR FARMC5ASOLINE .
scene, German loss of soldiers and planes in The Post recognizes that the United to be either," he continued, "Theyact ,
staggering indicates just how 'differently. MIMEOGRAPH P A P K:R-il
Crete was People are Dot
States must either forward turn back.
or ream-BRADFORD
go per COUNTY
over-water invasion is. as good as they once were. Theyare
tough "And if we turn back, we shall be remem more selfish-more for them TELEGRAPH. KEROSENE LUBRICANTSFROM'OIJBMiLWAOKE
'
--
-- -- -
bered forever as the Falstaff nation of the selves. "Used to be people would
A Magnificent Answer pull together. Now if a man >: '' '<.; ';f}' JI::':' m ''!)'II'''' """ .ro' -
world, boasting of a power it did really can't get the better of he ,v. "f'-"xi'> 1jY>i' ,.'J'" -'y," :...";.><;'f.n"1.'I'1: ,,(, :-A1:.; i>-f.p. "f:,}' t : .:>'t.: /rrJ N?:,! ,
i
From Sergeant York you h R "'ew L < Xk u. ilfj."f: ,
tst possess, boasting of how it would go forth won't do anything." 'f'>;:;r't .tif5 )"1'1 f1-0ti tVf A jit: il; t.V; "t! :;L r ? ? {:{:">rat ;181' .

In the past few years it has come to be against the aggressor and then changing its I Speaking of politics, old age % ,:t-\l.,', : ',,0'P'', '; : (,ff,: j iiP F'l11'! 't *; }'if%'?t f t.t{; tr.l"Iry: (: :: '
fr '
"' c considered smart by a growing number of mind when the night came In going on pension and the like Mr. Wood- ::3ft' ,t" 14:;; F-::t, '.I-\.Z t,.'t", " ":%"'''i':: :.Jj-' I> ,
i : members of the amateur in- ward said "Look < '.. "';, r,' *. \;-- ,>. ,t ::1'
? cynical young : where the k.t 'f.1 ,.
we face the possibility of defeat, whetherwe ># ; .: \ ../ t-rJX' ,
v4 telligentsia proclaim: "You won't catchme money goes. The poor class don't ::1h} +,;*+,1:' t \ \ ; }
can imagine ItC\r not. But to go backis get It. The big people with plenty ,;;; \ $ 6.ttt\ F>42 :}f'' :6+: .... *;i .l'k
shouldering a gun until I'm made to do '(: {"'t'A* "';)'I. +"'$ vM ><< 1 "; ,., E1"'fl' '
to face the of national death. of ride \
possibility money around and say. N I< 1r.41.1V< lI''fr:; j ?<:>J 1".iifi'J'! !;& '.,' ','' '' :. :' JJI' :,
it., Those poor dopes who fought in the last T hiS',attitude ,should be a guide for 'We'll do the beat' we can for ( ,..>l1:>i' :;t, 4.f'J/1;>f'.4V'p> )'H-' ? >j;", o"<;" 111t; :) ,

war -Went out on the battlefield give those who still hang back, ''for those Who you,' then they rld.,on and draw v." tt !,) i:: :tt@-;; ;; ';' "-':; \ ':.,,;" ;', / '''' "i.j

their lives, and what did i it get 'em? their big salaries and you never ; ;. : A .rPr.. iir.f\ ; -1: ,'>-fr! '; tt" ,\
persistently insist that this war is none of: bear anything more- about It." tD' "'iSthep'aP' taV ,,Y..daQ., -:-> y fl .s,4 ,

F Nothing. Absolutely nothing!I" our business. The majority of the neocle. Speaking of the war. Mr. I .
0
On May 30th these budding cynics were of the United States backed the Presidentin Woodward said "It's bad. It's "

magnificently answered by none other than the last election. In doing so they expressed already, bad; and it's going to get
worse instead of playing baseball
Sergeant Alvin C. York the Tennessee mountaineer -
their confidence in his ability to and
running amusements,
}1 r 7 who in World War I, disabled a guide this nation through one of its most had better be getting ready we to AT A POPULAR PRICE. .

German machine-gun battery single-handed, keep the Germans back. They
trying periods. Surely, the least any United
and with seven privates killed or captured have got everybody else but us,
States citizen can do today is to refrain and It'll be our turn next. They
152 of its defenders.
from doing or saying anything that will ob- are going to close In on us from
*,,, :'. Speaking at a Memorial Day serviceat struct the President in his attempts to deliver all sides and give us the devil."

the Unknown Soldiers' in -
grave Arlington the materials of to Great Britain.
war
Bert W. Johns, who, lives a mile
Cemetery Sergeant York said
: This does not mean that there must beup and a half out on the Gainesville

"Liberty is not merely something the end to all criticism. There is a place for road, thinks the crops are ruined.
veterans inherited. Liberty is something "It's been more than two months flEWJ&g
sincere
honest constructive criticism to the
they fought to keep since It rained out: there." he
end that the job to which the United Statesis said Saturday. "Field corn won't

"There are those in our country today committed is done quickly, efficiently and make anything but shucks and /

who ask me and the other veterans who economically. But the time for blind name- Fodder. It's too late now, even

fought in World War No. I;: 'What did it calling and unreasoning hysteria is It It rains I planted my corn
gone. the 10th of March. I had a good
get'' you? Let me answer them now. As an honorable nation, the United States early crop of augur corn-Norfolk,

r "'"It got me 23 years o f living i in must make good its promises of aid and planted on February 14, My

', ; America where a humble citizen from the as honorable citizens, the people of this beans were good too. If we plant I One of America's truly fine
and
early the frost
nips it. it
mountains of Tennessee can stand on the country must accept their share of the,bur- will come out again all right. But I' '''beers now brings you something

same platform with the President ,of the den and work toward this end. The road If we plant late and the drought "

United States. It got me 2years: of livingin this nation must travel is one of sacrificeand hits it, It's gone. o" new and exciting in

a country where the Goddess of Libertyis danger, and it must not be hamperedby every"We year have" Mr.these Johns spells continued nearly ,, Its beer flavor. Old-fflilwaiiltee;

printed on men's hearts and not. only on a divided people. "and the fellow 'who sits around J
: Green
Great in
; Beer
a a
and waits for the ___
1 sun.---. mnnn_.. _antrain u_
Reckless Driver's Vacancies Open tlonal defense projects. will fail. From now on I'm I Bottle. Smoother than ever

I Indicating the current trend, In going always to plant my crop on
t License RevokedRaleigh February 11.Speaking brilliant
InCCC Bradford County the March en- -yes, smooth and
rolment was 34. Of these 13 of the war, Mr. Johns
Strickland who lives Bradford County representatives were later discharged with 3 aid: I made 26 months in World if i" and extra dry, too-keen
enrolled -
n'' outside the limits
just of
city of the district welfare board are during April for a new War over here' -: mostly on the
Starke the Jacksonville without bitterness
on road Mexican border: I edged
now receiving applications for the total of 24.Thieves i was in the 6th
was given a $10 suspended fine
Calvalrly and a home fell
on me, beer.
in Mayor's court, recently next quarterly enrollment in the and I was not fit for overseas ,4 or bite. A friendly
on a charge of reckless drive Civilian Conservation Corps to Enter Rita duty -4" ,

':i ing, and had his driver's license be held July 1 to July 20. The Thieves "I think when Uncle Sam de- Old Hlikvaukee. Obey
4';' revoked for period of 60 days. quota has not yet been set, but recently removed the dares Tbcre'llnever
war
on Germany and sends that
This action was taken because of It in expected that It will be sufficiently hinges from the emergency exit impulse now.
at the men over there we will whip 'em.
rear of the
an automobile accident at 3 A. large to permit the acceptance Ritz Theatre, J -' better time to
never have be
believed 4
went they could a
M. Monday In front of the D. II. of all ellgibles. through the building, up the !
whip us, and I
stairs and don't believe it
S., when the '29 Model A Ford broke down the door : 1 .
Young: men who are between Into the now," i.L find out for yourself.ilwauk
roadster which he was driving the ages of 17 and 23 1.2 years; operating room, where

turned over. Injuring himself and if unemployed and mentally and the safe Is kept. "It It hadn't been for the winds,

Wallace Kuhn who was riding physically fit, are qualified for Being unable to open the safe 'we would have died." said Walter EMERALD
with him. enrollment In the CCC. They re- where more than $200 was locked
Starling who lives two and a half
Patrolman Fred Sapp who arrested ceive minimum wages, of 130 per up'the thieves came on down Into miles southeast of Starke. "Tbe '

the boys, nad been urged month with subsistence, dental the candy room and took the metal dew and heavy fogs are all that GREEN
earlier In the night ,to be on the and medical. care, and are given change box containing $23. took have raved the I have f '.
lookout for that particular car. the opportunity to perfect themselves about $5 worth of candy, chew- d the finest crops crops.of beans and one BOTTLES
Strickland In varied skills. Ing gum etc.. and left by the
sustained a severe corn I ever had We had a little
gash In the forehead and had Bradford County now has 24 _same__ _..door the management re- and (PJU
.. i
,his left knee badly hurt. "Dr. M. young men enrolled In the Corps, 1 'Family ,Of Eleven ...
B. Herlong used six stitches with of whom 3 were selected during I .
r'' which to sew up the face and the second quarterly enrollmentof Schools In AugustThe and aU" take ADLERIKA when i .,,
chin of Kuhn, Strickland said the year In April. Total enrollment needed. (W. N.-Iowa) When 1' i..:
Jri' Monday for County Board of Public partly digested foods decay .. '
; I the State at the time ..,.
Instruction has forming ga. bringing on sour
The accident occurred, accordIng was listed as 3,914. unanimously
stomach or bloating, try ADLE-
fs 1 to Strickland when a man In Many enrollees will be assigned decided that all schools In the RIKA. Get It today.-AT YOUR
a Plymouth was pushing a Ford ot one of the camps located In County except Starke would be- DRUG STORE.

without lights. When he saw the State, of which there 'are now gin the first Monday In August.

them he suddenly applied the 21. This will gtv. all teachers who

% over.brakes, ran Into them and turned In counties located directly I desire the privilege of attending' MAGIC DEATH

,'i Strickland Is an employe at the cantonment within or adjacent the to military summer school time to do so. If'/fm Roaches Ants Fleas, Old milwaukeeCotJrt'
areas number
J. P. Roberts Texaco service ..ta.tlon. enrollees has of The opening date for B. H. S. Rata and Mice -

+ j 't while Kuhn works with his I'' This In attributed sharply to Increased declined the waa proposed left In abeyance because of Harmless' to Humans & Pets
father at the new school building
, Night Owl.
c employment of young men by na for Starke. 35* at Leading Drag Store

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IS. lM1. BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEGRAPH. 8TABKK. FLORIDA _
_.", .n'NE

Uv BRAD..onD(4I11 Florida, and shown by right of 31111 feet of the East 'n' feet 'of application, for a tax deed to beIssued erty under. "said certificate No. S66 veyed and platted. by the State Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida.In ftltd

rOI'RT.. IN (;11..1'1-. way map thereof on file In the NEH ot NE-4 ot Section 14, t' ..r.on. Said certificate was In the name) of B. F. KauU.man Road Department of th,*

TW'. FLORIDA. office of the, Clerk., of the. Circuit TowntMp 6 South, Rang* 12Kast embrace! "the follow In r describedtwroperty : Th assessment. of the said Florida, and shown by right\ of T. Frank Landrum .

Wool1""J PlalnUrf.Jarold Court In and for Bradford County' lying within 25-t...t ot In th. County ot Brad tinder said. certificate No. way map thereof In office Attorney for Petitioners.NTtTM
f:;" I. fAI" Der"ndant. and described, In the Petition fll .dIn ditch centerllne, described a* ford. Slat of Florida, to.wl: Property In the name of D. t>avls; th* Clerk .of the Clroult Court rand OK FI.OIUIJACOUNTY MitAiiirannI

,",,0011..1'. day Jut" the above entitled cause on the Beginning on the North boundary of 6 3. W The a.ee..m.nt'ot said prop..rtyund..r for County and desvrlbed op Clerk Of lh*
tr..dfol.1
.. ...ondaY. th"defendant.7th Harold C2nd day of May. A. D. 1941. by of KVi: of NE>4 ot NKy ot AH All Rtt WH of Ril S of U I 3 W a said certificate No. 816 wasIn In 1.\llon ftl..d In the A. J. Thomas the, Klghth Judicial

'1 1941. the r""ld..nc.-. I. U' Bradford County, a political subdl said Section 14 at a point I3.( frWVi ot Bil* 8 ot R 1 W InTemples the name of The S. B. liubbsrd a bov. entitled ,, the S3 day Circuit Court ot and fnr
>Ii. wh,," Branch. New vision ot the State of Florida, et fret Knst of the NW corner Sub-Dlv.. ex 5 Acres. sold Co.: The assessment. of ( he said. .f May, A. IX Itl. br Bradford Circuit In S""for

ta,A ,jivenu"f f[t-omr to appear to al.. affalnat you, and each of )you. thereof; thence. South 0 degrees Mrs. Murrhee. Sec. 21 Twp. 6 S.H property. under said certificate No.SJ4 : subdivision I ofth ('nunt. Florida,and do t.r.by certfY I

r.O I. r..qulr..d fll"d allaln..t. aeeklnir to condemn for public 1U1 West 29.111 feet; thence IS B. containing Acres more was In the name of Michael. ASproule .I''t.aorj et al.. ojcalnst above of th* No tic
rr'b111 of .oolplaint to b. pub. road and highway purposes the South 54 degrees If East 100 ; The assessment of the snld of you. seeking to true and correct copy Proceeding*
her.ln. 1'\11' ord.r week for four .aid parcel oC land situate, lying feet to end of ditch. Said< strip or le". property under said certificate No. : : road and highway In Kmtnent Domain day of May

' on.e .a'h I n Bradford and being In Bradford County, of land containing 0.11 acre, The assessment of th* said property 383 was In the name of A. A. Herring purposes the said parcels otlanil. Issued on the Und of Bradford .
:d w'h. newspaper. Florida, and more particularly described more or Ie".. under the said. c.-.rtflt..t. I I. ) The assessment of the said lying and being Inllrsdford A. D. 1(41- In the oas subdivision
.. "'uU. a County.fftg&ztv&s as follows:. .U.d wa. ID the name pro".rty. tinder said certificate No : Florida, and County a political W. M.Kdwards. .
You and each of hereby u"gu and
":011. /B'St? vradfor" That portion of NWi of SEH4 commanded to be and are appear In Unless .,said according certificate to law shall the b.r.4".n.4 83 was In the name of J. C. Efromson : more )' described. a* follows of the State. of Florida T. C. Cha"t..ln.

of Section ZS. Township 6 South the Circuit Court in and for Bradford therein .\\1 be ; The a..m.nt of the ....Idprol..rty : I .1'. U ) Chalrmanl. arr.U and P. .
: Kane 12 East, lylnn Kant of County Florida at the office Pt..rty 4..crll"d bidder. the under said Cltn."t. No PARCEL NO. I. Reddish as members comprising:

Alllfjator Creek and within 100 of the Clerk ot said. Court In the courthouse door on the first. Mon- 1(5 was. In the name ; That portion, of E'4 of RK<4 ntNIC" th* entire, Board of County Com-
feet of the centerllne of State City of Starke. Bradford County, July. 1(41. The assessment of said property ", ot of Section I.To'n.hlp Bradford Co"nty, K
the N1-1" mismnnvrs
d In vt
RoadS61 (Call Street) Project Florida on or before the 2Stt day y I t'n""yf July, 1(41. under said .,.rtlfl..". No. KM was I Hang* 22 political nubdlvlslnn of the Stat.
6621. said. centerllne. paulnlC of June A. D, 1941, to ahow what which Dated* this ., of May. In th* name of Henry 41. Masun; ( Lot 43 of 1*.Ivy-East Side) lying :, of Florida. vvBams. BPP
PUBLICATION'.Sl and Interest lien The assessment of the said property within loo et of th* center* p.tton.rl.
(IF over across a part of the right: title. or you or t al. .
ORDER TO APPEAR WU. of 8EV. ot said Section Ua.10now. any of you have In and to any o' ,lltl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas under said certificate No. S4( Him of I'It"t. Rnad 121. Project : wiTNBHd my hand and otel.

) Florida to: 0. _, Annl., .: said above described parcel ot lerk of Circuit Court of Bradford .a. In the nani, of W. Hunter 55 2, said. ...nl.rln. being described seal, at Starke, Br..dfor ,

nil..Ie'of' Ie. ("0.; Vlrlrlnla.Bldlr.. ., P.L and O. Box his. Beirln."" on the Bant. boundary of same land and should to not show be cans taken* why for th the* County. Florida./ 5-tS 4t13 Harwond;under The assessment said certificate,of saidproperty No. Lots 44..as a pa..ln.38 of and LawteyKast across- Florida, thla SInd May .

portamDuth. Little said SWVl of BE'"; of Section 276 In the of Wm. K.Yarbrough af'110 .
name
118 was
Side
Annl.. uses and purposes. set forth In as *: UKAL) A J. ThomatfA
L 28 at a point 43.1 feet u>FFIIAL> .
atue South .. The assessment of said of Bradford
; 0" ; the boundary
Hrgln
01. o"orlrla said Petition to-wlt as right ot NOT' .PPLC'.TIO: Cleric Circuit Court
8. W.. Atranta.that Th. F..hralank ot the NE corner thereof thence way, drainage ditches and I borrow FOR T .::1. property under said. 7-8th., of Certificate salii, Lot 44 at a point 88 feet Florida, 6-30 .6t '-It
"r.k. noUce Columbia. .. plain.ft run North 72 degrees 18West pits for a section or portion ot Bill t .. ) No. 485 was in the name West of cornier t County
of the Circuit Cqurt ISII.IIII feet'to the proposed center State Road Not 261, designated as (1..e HEREBY GIVEN of Livingston, Truby Co.t Theassessment said p > nht.r: : on Ihe aro.o'i -

h.1 fll.d (In'ount,. Florldal Inaocery. of Channel ot Alligator Project 5SI1. as located. ..ur..11and NOTIl.t. & Knight and N. L. of said property under a curve a radius of KOTirn or APPMCATIOWFOR
Creek
Bradford f alnth..ln or Canal. shown said Knight of Tax certificatesNumbered said certificate No. 510 was In the 8(1.83 central '
0 on map or plat UK8DUMe
a 11111 d.f.ndant.. Ca... You and each of you are here herelnabove. referred to, or default h.llI.r.respectively 206 Issued name of U. L. Peek : Th* assessment of 64 degrees. 19 minute* SO seconds TAX 3) *" <
Bill
you are of IUor"o' by commanded to be and pt.. 1(32. No. of said property said tangent bearing at saidpoint < > *t* N. aiVKX.
foreclo..ur. a.fP mar be entered against ,.ou. the 5th.. day ", IS HBRKBY
.. 130. for the Ihe followlns de.btd In the Circuit Court In for WITNESS: my hand as Clerk ot 134 Issued the 6th.. day ot August. certificate No. 165; w.I In the being South 48 degrees S6minutes NOTI:1 Annie L. Alvares holder
a.aln..t .I\uat. In ..aldunt1. Bradford County, Florida, at the the Clroult Court In and for Brad No. 816 Issued Aug. 7. 1(33; nam* of K. W. Hayes; assess 2 seconds East thenc No. 373. Issued
i
prop..rl. ) office of the Clerk ot said Court ford Countyt Florida-end'tbe-p/ .*..l 193 334 Issued Sept. ,. 1(32;, No. Wfht said property under said Snutheastrrlv alur.g Mid curve of Tax Certificate of August A. T>. 1(31.ha .
:
... : SW Eaet of II! A.R1. rn the City of Stark, Bradford of said (.Court this th* Und day. ,383Issued .July 7. 130' No. 18 < No. til was In the name to right tlirouiiU a central angl* th* 3rd. day same In my office and

of SEll. of. of 8E of SW"," County Florida on or before the of May A. D., 1)41. at Starke. In Issued Aug. 6. 1(28; 1(5 .... of C. L. Peek; The assessment of ot 18 degrees 15 minutes 25 swo- filed for a v tax
made' application
and 1'1'. Dloc.-k 1 In P..t.- !8th day of June, A. D. U4I. to Bradford County. Florida.OFFICIAL July 4, ; No. 1(6 Issued said property undvr said c.rttl.atl ands. 630.28 feet. to pnlnt of tangenry has b Issued thereon.' Saidcertificate
s.e.\ 28: and of N I.t ofof show what right title, Interest. or ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 4, 1(27| 117 249 Issued A"I..Ull No. 523 was In the name ; thence South 86 degrees Itminutes deed to *embrace th* following

ne and that part Ea.t of B. A'IH' lien you. or any ot you. have In and As Clerk of Circuit Court In and 1(29: No. 276. Issued Aug a. Peek; Th* assessment of salil property .:..t.t.4 feet to the the County
.I'lne described property
NW NW" nf NWII. to any of said above described. fur Bradford County. Florida. 7-th., ot ro. 4S5 Issued 1).. under said certificate No. 247 Hi>uth hOlld"ry auld Lot 1* State II Florida, ,to-
and N'of .t '8W cora.rr parcels of land and to show cause T. Frank Landrum 1(31 No. 510 Issued July 7, 1(30; was In th* no me of O. I. J. L. at a pnlnt feet. Uaat of th* of Bradford. .

f se.". 15: and com.Ea..t on Section'n' why the same should not be taken ; Attorney for Petitioner 26. run for the usee. and set No. 523I. under said certificate No. 403 NO, S.Thut .
er. North 420 purposes HTATK OF FLORIDA 511 Issued 7. 1(30: 110-ft., K W
r fe.t. thence forth In In the nf l> Ida. J. of NEU otSWU Ft.. N S by a
1320 1110 th.nc..utb said Petition to-wlt asrtKht COUNTY OF BRADFORD .sued y"lrl :: No. (47 Issued was name r. portion of SRK bounded n by Hnndersuti A
thenre West fe.t" b"lIln. of way drainage ditches and I. A. J. Thom...... Clerk of the July 4. 403 Issued July S. Helberger; and the assessment of West of ..1.111 graded 8tv, Sec 38 Lne .
.1. M
point Hoyt
by
420 teet to I B. R. 13 E. borrow pits for a section or portion Circuit Court ot the Ktghth Judicial 1(34; and"' No.. 458 t..u..d July 3. said property under said certificateNil. road and SWVi o( of HW <4 H. 22 K.Th t

",: all In fore"ls TwP. to command you of State Road No. 281 designated. Circuit In and for Bradford 1(34, have fled .. my office 4fin was In the nam*. of ill essMfg. of Section 25. Township I Huth. assessment. of th* said Irop.

I Thlt tl7' Court and cause as. Project 5521 as located aur County, Florida di> hereby certify, and .. application for !! Co. Kiutge 23 }:.."t. lying erty under the said .

appear ald| otherwise ,the al- veyed and shown on said map or that the. above and foregoing Is a tax deed to be Issued thereon.. ITnless. said Certificates. shall beredeemed feet of the renterllno nf /tat.1 sued was In the name of Mary

July ,. 1941. mil of Complaint plat herelnabove referred to or true and correct copy of the Notice Said certificates respectively embrace "ccurln. tl laW the tlnad 121, Project 1&01.ald\ c..n-1 Ian Oreen.Unless .
"""'. of the confessed. by ,..ou.Bradford default may be entered against I In Eminent Domain Proceedings Issued the following described prop.ertles properties UI besulii terllne being described a. said certificate .hal b*
ill W> taken as Telegraph I... y on the 22nd day of May, A. : in the County of : to th* highest bidder at lhCourthouse < lows: fOI.1 redeemed according to the
I county newspaper to V\flTNES3 my hand as Clerk of D. 1(41. In th* case oC Bradford<< State, of towlttMW .h'allfo.I'1 door on th* first Mnn> ll..gln on the North boundary property described therein wil b*
the the Circuit Court In and for Mi-af h. l'lor"'a.' CL'. saltl nf NK'i ot HWV", a ,
SW4
.ilin1.-8--! A.. nnoe each. week i-ountyra political subdivision of 4 III ** EiniTwp. -v day In Ihe Month of July. 1941 old to the highest bidder the
It : : prr rto- ..!d .. ford County, Florida, and th.--seal l the state of Florida and W. M. \I 8. 1U 23 1. containing 10 which Is the 7th,, day of July A pi>lnt 99.r..t. West ot the NK courthouse door on 'h. first Monday
of said Court, this the 22nd day otMay. Edwards, Chairman. T C. Chas- acres, more .or Is embraced D. 1(41. corner and run t h.n. In th* month of July. 1(41,

f'tfi : ; hand and official. A. D. I'FI': : arke. In taln. J. I... '" ynn. U. O. Harrell under Certificate No. 206.HV4 Dated this ttb.. day of June A l.uth 35 degrees South. I' F.ast .of' which U th* 7th., day of July,
fwitne.I my Br..dfor4 ("ount,. Bradford County, ld and P. D. Reddlxh, as members of NKV of KB I', Sec. I D. 1941OFFICIAL to Ihe b..n.l..ry. L" *!

ferldV.I St.rk.19th... day of'May A. (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) A. J. Thomas. comprising the entire Board of Twp. I a R. I E.. containing ( SEAL) A. J. Thorns said. SIC 30S.6 li uf feet NE'lof West\, SWU of the. 8K a Dated thla S6th day ot Mar*
this Clerk of the Circuit Court In and County Commissioners of Bradford acres more lews. Is ..mb.c.dlod..r Clerk Circuit Co urt pitlnt
for Bradford County Florida.T. ot No. 134. frRdtorJ corner ( h.r.otl; said land containing PEAL) A.Claret'lHf" .
) A..J. Thomas County a political subdivision Certificate County, F..rld. 6-6 less (OFFICIAL
Court Bradford Frank Land rum the Slat of FloridaPetitioners, 4 of NEJ4 of NWV Seo. 27 372 arron. .m"rO or t "W H '. rnlam

S'ts: /-* tt I.n Attorney for Petitioner vs. .1'. T. Qulgley, et ..I. Twp I 8. R. 22 1-:.. contalnln. II IM THH rmrirr roniT OF TMK ..n."'t. fin. nf i.Tliat Lot 60 according Bounty irionua, k e-<. .- .." ,. :/ "
STATE OF FLORIDA and official or less. j'tiT'
hand more
WITNESS acres, -
COUNTY OF BRADFORD my No. au. Ji t'l ,%i. 4-mri'rr" to .. ..)'. ". Vide, I lying
Certificate
'. COtTRT FORI I, A. J. Thomas. Clerk 'of the seal at Starke, Bradford. County. Under NW of SWl', & W'A of .UUITI 11 \ KI.OHMH within 100 fret of the centerline TO' WHOM IT MAT COVCHHIWf! :
of %
22nd May, \ .
U..OIU
': o day \ 1S.
Iof Rnad 121 Project NOTICB THAT on*
... Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial ai94tlhl. 8W.o.. 12 Twp. 6 R R. COUNTY, a politicalsubdivision 1 of ttat. TAKH. (
ri .. s.v '!II AI'ID Circuit In and for Bradford OFFICIAL' SEAL) A..J. Thomas tl"B.. containing 40 acres, more of the I State of Florida 6502, .aid r.nl.rln. being desrrllied Model A Ford Coup*.. 1lnlln. No.
..lVCH'IIfCERY. under Certificate and W. M. Chairman as : A3444461bearing il'
County do Bradford embraced
Florida hereby certify As Clerk Circuit Court. of lens, Is Fdward.. the Wvst boundary ot with an appraised value of .
T. C. Wynn, on
Is a that etr.n.: .-above correct and foregoing of theNotice County. Florida.. 5-23 5t 6-20 of No. 334.of NWV; Sec. 12 Twn. M. O. Harrell and P. Jh. Reddish, 1..11. Lot 50 at M point S.9 feetMouth n.ln., II.OOt. was .ised In t\j" ',
,rlbU.b, copy WI of the NW corner thereof Bradford County Florida. May II.
be .1 40acres, as members the entireHoard 'fUUI
Plaintiff. In Eminent Domain -Proceedings 6 R. 11 :, .ntalnln" underCertificate of (lnprl..ln. of said. point on the aro nf oture > for being used In violation of I
Dlvore Issued on the 22nd day of riHcrrr COURT. BRIDFOIIDro or lesfis ( COI"III..lon..r. h.I"1
ix rnore radius of 2,291.83 ( 1V301 Laws of ,
Chapter ,
I OR .
May, A. D. 1941 In the caso of NTV. FLORIDA. 1% CHAN; No. 883. don lt'iar.I I : !
In.
,a Frlbu.h. of 8WV4 See.. IS division Florida.Petitioners feet tangent hearing at said Florida, U:(J and that It Is th*
Bradford County a political subdivision CERT.Marlon. RS of NE' being South 70 degrees of H. W. Di ,
20a.cres point 'I
ORDER"TO APPEAR Plaintiff vs.Flnrrte ? rj.- containing t.ntlo 8arboroueh.
Hutson B.
of the State of Florida L. 6 *
I 'wp. I 47' East ; thence Southeasterly of tit. Department :: '
..mbrac.dlod..r
less IN -vsSapp -
FLORIDA: ,
IHE STATE OF and W. M. Edwards. Chairman Hutson Defendant. more right through Tallahassee.Florida ;
!: along said curve to of Florida,
Frlbush. 1145 Ott Place.I T. C. Cbastaln. J. U Wynn. M. O. Monday, the 7th day of July No. 1M. .ai"n.JaI ? (
Eva On Florrl C.rtflr.t. 80. 12 central angle 6 degree* 89' 04" to *
Wa..hlngtonD.. C.lit Harrell and P. D. Reddish. 1(41. the defendant 0* a.1: : : \ :
as
W., that 011requlr.d A. D. Wl -JW' containing 20s.cres NKTKHIV 226.06 feet to the Kast: boundary desarlbed uto rr"f
li l her..by. ordered "7th members comprising the entire Hutson whose residence Is un to 1. Is. embracedUnder'Certificate of said lx>t 60 at a pnlnt 8 feet of the Court m
the I. "
to appear on Board of ,County Comml.alon..r.ofBrRdforll known. Is required .to appear more or Houth nf the corner thereof ida. at 10:00 A M. on 1.Jhe .' '
i : ,
Pll"U.
before the above filed against I No. 195. : : T IHMIAININ I! ,
krof July 1941 County a political subdivision the bill of complaint 1 Ili" PAIH'KL-NO.: ." I\\t't'tn.
[milled Court to the Bill of. Comlalnt I Of' the State of Florida her herein. This order to he published BH4 of HW'> of KKH Mec,. I at-rrs Twp., THE NAMP.U.: OFHTATK That: portion or th* Church lot Htat* Beverage Department. of l .
the :
in four consecutive
filed against you petitioners, D. E. Knight et al. once a week for H. R. contalnln. nf and '
l vs. 1.11. .. under OF FLOIUDATO situate Narth adjacentla Florida rsserves. th* right to reject
and "Th In Bradford fountV ,. ._
cause or
weeks
,.l entitled Telegraph" lay I WITNESS my hsnd and official published tnore_,.iirlft* No. 11>*, ALL WHOM IT !MAY! CONCERN ini D'J as ""nO. upon pun otl any and all bids,
c
ford County seal at. Starke Bradford County Telegraph, a newspaper Florida.Starke of BW<4 Sec.IS : iwIcy-KHxt within All claiming any right Or
news. f "rW. ; p.ron.
designated. as the Florida thla (2nd day of May, In Bradford County, feet nf the of Hint* said oran
..h.1Ipubll.hed 1(41. I .fE--f-.lft\ ..:. containing to Sapp Rains. whose place 100 't.m.e" .. or to property
order 20th
In which thla A. D. 1 41.OFFICIAL.. Florida, May ANt Ituad 121, Project cn- thereof hereby required
per Thomas .. \Is. embraced of .,. Is Florida, )' part ar*
once a week for. fourII ( SEAL,) A. J. ThomasAs (OFFICIAL 8EAL: > A. J.Bradford. 10 acres. more or No. .249. Cornelia tiamS, whose I..t.y. place ofresidence t..rllne being' d..rlb..d as passing to appear and to make auoh
connecutlve w.. k.. Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford Clerk Circuit Court Under Certfh'at. and across. a portion of said day*
) Z. -23 4t '-II of 8R>4Sec. I I. unknown Harrison over claim* within thirty (30) "
A. (
WITNESS:! the Honorable thl Court. County, Florida. 5-23 5t20 County Florida. SE\ tE'. .. NW". K., containing Sams, whose place of resldenne. ls I Mwtey-ast: Hide as follows! the date ot th* first publication
Uklni, as Judge of the re or less, lambraced unknown Kenjamln, S the 8.al of this Court In RIOIITHJfUICIAI. 10 acres, m Ixil 61 of said LavvtsyKast. Hid* Laws of
and 1(301
COfRT. Sam 18 Chapter
riRCI'lT No. 270. of residence Is unknown ,
Bradford County IX THH CIRCUITCOfHT OF TUB!: tX TUB under Certificate
f flty lorlda of this Starke.28 day of May, 1(41.! RIOMTH JUDICIAL ('INCUT.BRADFORD CIHCl IT BHAUKOHUCOl'SITV. OF FI.OH- Lots 5, .. 7. 8. (, 10 It ot Ilk Mams, whose plane. of residence Is Ht NW a point IIM thereof fnvt. Houth said of pnlnt the Florida .1.11. to of the "tat. Bever.age Talla.
IV AND FOH unknown. Lee Hams. whos* placeof tlrn..r Florida
COURT BEAD A. j.ftumai fOl'NTr. "FI.OH1I* ID%. 19 Livingston, Trilby Eo'd of having Upartm.ftt
OFFICIAL 2M residence Is unknown, Lillian blng on th* arc a curve ha.. or right*
B COUNTY. A POLITICAL nf
RADFORD W"
Circuit Court In
Clerk of the CHANCERY to Htarke nf residence Is a radius of 3.2(1.83 feet andtotal and Interest In and to said property
embraced place
"1. Is Sams, whose
Florida.Joi4 SUBDIVISION OF THESTATE 6 8. R. 23 .
Bradford County for Plaintiff.acidonvllle 1 OF FLORIDA AND W. Stella F. Crawford, Twp. 7-lth., of Certificate No. 485. unknown, Mabel Kelly, whose place central alal. of 64 d..r. shall cease and terminal, t
Bam Attorney Plaintiff \nd.r TemplesAddition of residence Is unknown, Ida Rutherford 19' 30") tangent b."rln. K. W. Scarborough. r
Blk 6
;, Florida. 6-30 4t 820KOTICR C.M. CHA8TAIN EDWARDS. J.CHAIRMAN.L. WYNN M.O T.. -vs- No. 122S 1, S to or Starke Frncl In ,NEV; of whose place of residence. Is I'olnt ...Inl Houth 81 degree! 67 State Beverage Department t'i

-- HARRELL AND P. D. REDDISH Russell J. Crawford ft part of WK of N"; W Callahan .Florida and to all other 13" I thenue ttoutheaeterly Florida Tallahassee. .Iorlda
said to the right I
curve)
OF APPf.tr.TIONrOR I AS MEMBERS COMPRIS- Defendant. NW'. A NE Cor of 'Lof NW'J@c. unknown heirs at law devisees, through central. angle I nf 16 de- 6-39 i 6-27
SERVICRNOTICE a
TAX DBTBDftenate ORDER .OF M. la em and llenors of MsrlonSams
INU THE ENTIRE BOARD OF' Twp. 8. R. 22 legatees
to th*
( Bill No. J.) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF TO APPEAR .2 under certificate No. 510. d.c..edj; Robert Franklin Rrees: boundary 68: OS" 1..tf5.: \! : nf saidl.awleyICast IN TUM cinci'iT roirtvr.jiiiimiAt. .'ORT.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of BRADFORD COUNTY A POLITICAL THE STATE OF FLORIDA: whose. Lot 6, 7 of Blk 7, Temples Addition and .. his wife, at s> point l rittrrrr orIIIA. .
Alvares holder' Russell J. Crawford of NWVi whose plaue of (esldeno' Is I awty.Florida del BHAUFOHUCOUNTY
.hU Ruby F. SUBDIVISION OF THE: TO 8tr..t.N. to Stark* In NEVi feet Houth ot th* NrJ cornerthereof. IV AND rOM
|.. Certificate No. 330. Issued th* STATE: OF FLORIDA residence Is 148 West 101st. parf of W'" ot NE'ZVV ; Wlllard Kettles I whos* ;
In!. of September A. D. 1(86 York City, New York. Cor of olNW44 "I 1 a r* of residence IH unknown .
day Petitioner ."" NE 8F-I. II*
of Ry. hereby
and each ar*
ordered. that you are of resldenc Ywu, yon CIANCI.YArtlul
laand whose place 1
off E.
lu tiled I same In my 'V.. It Is hereby Sec. 6 H. R. Archie K.tle. bn and In F.
day >d to appear
7th 1'1. cO tnmann
the 2 C. T.Kettles .
tax on No.a5. Florida,
made application for a to appear Certificate *
i et ..1. required .
Bald J. TV Qulgley. before the above l I" embraced of residence Ihe Circuit ( anil for Bradford PI.lntlf.
1(41 place
ml to be issued thereon. Defendants.NOTICH of July A- D. whose Florida at the ottlc* -va- No. 1259

I|.wrlbed,tlflcat, property embraces. In the the following County I* KMIMK'VT: DO"PRO.J.JIJIliOS .\' entitled filed court against to the bill you of In"Brad complaint the ) }, 4, D Starke of Blk In 7 N101of TemplesAddition Is whose I.uwtey.place Florida of .. '!Ksltles Is unknown nr Hie orrk: of.; snld Bradford{ Court('In th* Alice 1C.Defendant Turner ,

and to City ,
tlt Bradford State of Florida, toFE14 IN THE: NAME: 01THE STATE above entitled Telegraph"cause. : Is h.rehYd..llrnat..d part of WW of NK
in 8W OF FLORIDA. ford County the newspsper In fWR' A NE Cor of HEV ot NWVi A: residence .w whom* plaa of June, A. U.4 to ..hoW what NUTI'J TO AI'P\AIt
of NW% Ex B A To All Whom It May Concern: as shall be published Twp. 6 H. It. 22 E.. Is embraced "r Itutli Florida or you, or THB H'fATI 1I.IUUAITU
.. len
Ex U 3-4 A In NK Cor now which this order No. 511. nf residence. Kt rl.bt. til. ofsiiM rldsn .
Certificate 01I have In any
& W. B. AND to J. T. Qulgley and Minnie a week for four consecutive Under whosn place. Alc.
John Covlngtnn Uv juice
t once > Unknown.
by his who. place of 4 6, R, 7 of Blk 27, Temple* ah.v. described parrels nf <
Qulgley wife no Lots ,
4 En 10 A In SB Cor now weeks. the seal Starke In NEV. nfNWVi I r".ld.nte, Lawtey, Ilnrhla. l..ry land and to shnw cause why th* It is hereby ordered that you are
Florida and and to .
Starke
residence Is
: hand Addition
d by Huby Bradley-14i WITNESS: my of NE1W Kelt. l.s, whose place for the to appear on th* 7th day
WV4 be taken required
I lo'lorlola. of should
.i, Sec. 21 Twp. 6 8. R. 2J ET L.. A. D..I..nll. whose Lee PerrymanDavis place ofresidence of thjs co.irt. _at. u.Starke.. .., n... 1UL.! && part NI3 "or.,. or T UK* nr* nwvH njif ts.of I.wt"y. I1..rl.I.L.. Albi-noks. Ket-Is same uses.' and puip-mss lot set forth In ...10 of July A. D. 1(41 before th* above
his wife, ? nf residence
.... A.
15 Acres or I. IY'R tlos, whose entitled to the bill of
mtalnlnu more court complaint
The ......ment of the said proprty Is Starke. Florida; Dove ofresidence WF1: lhAI1J'101 b'U''T A. J .Thomas i, JII'r; 8c S.jtUic 22. K No.Is 123.embraced u.known. Hone llud Kettlrs, whose I'pjtIIInn drainage:: I tn-wlt dltrhvs, as Mini right burrow uf .m filed against you In th*
and
Holder a widow whose Plare Circuit Court. 'Is I
under the said certificate Isifd Clerk of the Addition r..ld'e unkn.wn. above entitled cause) and "Brad
Peeks uf
Starke Fla.Plaintiff' 30 for section or portion
Is Florida: I..01aHold.r Jacksonville. All heirs nt I..w.d.VI..1 a 11..le
ot Pat Oas- B. Wilson (11 lot lc all ford I I. herebydesignated
"'aa In the name Sam. 611&OTICR In NWVi of NW' > .th..r lUiud Nn. 121. designated as County T.I""raph"
4t nfr.
Smate whoxe place of residence 5-2.1 .>. anil llenors
-tt. Attorney. 6 |pgat. s ; In
I'nleia said certificate shall h* la Starke, Florida and her N L(th.embraced, St., See. U 2H dwtl r I'Irate) H. Kettles, del-rased i mid J, S.Itutlrrtge jvrt 6602 on: as said located,or surveyr.il pint herein. andshown which this ordsr .hal b* published .'
husband James Smate, whose place S3 Is of residenceIs 181'
deemed according to the OF-'PPUC"T'O" whose plai-tt al referred or ilefitull maybe once a week Foul consecutive
lawl >ve
I.
rotwrty described therein 1b.\ of residence Is unknown; Lulu >11I".n.t. -:.. No. 247.Fracl 2.Wynna unknown: weeks.
UI C D. of
FOR TAX A R, entered )you
Ilk
ill to Ihe. highest bidder at the Holder unmarried, whose place' ot .. Hill %... 1 :3)NOT1CK Addition Lots to Starke 211Twp. And to> all persons havln...nr. VVITNKSH alaln..t, as Cleric nt WITNEHH my hand and the sealof ,
>unhmine door on the first M, )nir residence. Is Htarke Florida. ; Marjorle IS HBHEBY. UtVEN.: 22 Is embracedunnVr claiming any right, the Circuit Couit 1) In and for Hradrortl this ourt at Htarke, Florida.

In the month of July 1041 Holder Manus, whose place. o'residence U O. Powell holder of Tax 8rt/I/ J' 403.mi estate, mortgage} or other Urn nt titnr County, .., ami Ihx seal this 211th day of May. A P 1(41.OFFICIAL .
hlrh Is the 7th day of July. 1941. Is Starke, }Florida .and That No. 220, tld\ 5 Twp. 7 S. R. on those certain. imrrHn of said Court,II"rld. the 32 day of ( SEAL) A. Thoma*,
.dht.e! 14 ,
Certificate\ '
Sam Manus, her husband whose :.d 10c. land In Hradfuril. I'uunty, .I.rhl. Clsrk of the circuit Court.
Dated this 20th.. day ot May, of July A. D. 192 80 acres, more May. A. l>. 1941, at Hi..r"., InHrmlroid
K. that
'II place of residence Is unknown; day office and has made 22 COtt..III,1 under Certificate which are Inrliulvd In part i County, Florida.OFFICIAL Ham. n Wllsen,
'' Thomas' Lonso Holder, marital status unknown same. In my for a tax deed to beInniird or less, of Stale Itouil Nu. 121 ,1".1111..1.,1 HKAL) A. J. Thomas Plaintiffs Attorney. 1.1 t 629BonrruD
rl IAhr11Ldourt'ot. Is application No. 456.1 (
of residence
5502. as
Bradfordouiuy whose place : Sum certificateembraces nf the said prnp- as "IVfijout lo'ot..I.
Florida. 5-23 4t 6-13 unknown; Claude Holder marital thereon..me. 'iun'." ,,mln'- ...n" ... -".. ... Th. aNMPMMinttnt ,
status. unknown whose place of of
residence Is unknokn: Mack Holder property. In of the Florida' .tYto- 1 tlrad.:
XOTirR OF APPLICATIONfnn marital status unknown, whose ford. State of nik
2 3 t. ft. 6, 7,
1, ,
TAX nF.Rn place of residence Is unknown; Gilbert Ixits ,HtarkeIn NKH .
l Add to ,
SOTIPB IH HEREBY GIVEN, Holder, and Lottie: Holder, hiswife 4 Temples WW of NK4 W r
tat W. L. Wall, holder of. '['ax whose place of residence Is of NWVi Part of of 81"4 rtlflcate. No. 119 of July 2nd., unknown Llllle Holder. Mlnton and of Ky & NE Cor 22 E.
:
13! ha. filed said certificate In 28 Twp. 6 S. R.
Paul Mlnton.\ her husband whoseplace said property
.ment of the
1 office' and made application The asHsi
of residence Is Live Oak said certificate Issued
tax deed to Issue thereon In I under the
Florida and to all. other unknown of Unknown.
the name
'"orddsce with law. Said certl'e heirs at law, devisees, legatees and was. In certificate shall. bereol..m..d
''"' said
embraces. Unless
the following deniwd -
deceased theproperty
lelnors of C. N. Hold.rh ; according to law
property situate In Brad'rd And to all or described. therein will be
Countv. Florliln. to-wltl right till... Interest at th*
claiming any .bidder
,I JH.' of rilit 40 L. '1'. & CoSub- estate, mortgage vor othi-r lion t" sold to the door highest on the first Monday
Of # rourthoure
NF.'i A NEI4 'SecJ"1" Z8 Twp. ot land 1(41
Il Z2 < or on those certain parcels In the month of 'July
.. Fo... In Bradford County. Florida which Is the 7th day of July 1941.
e ment of Bald prop of State which 1114.1.OFIo.tctAr .
Included In that part of May.
are 20th day
? the "aid certificate l I..- atpd: this
.junu'1' Road. No. 261 designated as "Pro 8BAL) A. J. Thomas.
11. was 'In the name of E> E ject 5521," as located .surveyed and Clerk( of 4'lrcult Court of Bradford

the State Rnad Department 5-2i 4t 611iv
platted by
I'nlo.. Florida.
"ald certificate shall be of the State of Florida. and County
f-loemert
according' to law. ta*
I .d will 'I..ue the shown by right of way map thereof 'IT ('ot'RT. EIflITIl
>H thereon on file In the office of theCI.rk TilE rmci .
,. day, hf J"ne A. D. 1(41.nil on the Circuit Court In and JtlUOItl.KCI IT OF fr'I.OII.lilt.
I> of
thl, Ioth" day of May A"Hl'UI for Bradford and describedIn IX AMD FOH BIIADFOIII1

the IOcoufWJ; In the ;aboveentitled ('01: "', .
I..k PRAL) A. J. Thomai. on the 22nd day of IV \1CEIir
[ of "'"Ut Co rt'Br..d'ord cause Bradford County Walter Andersop,
A, D. U4.1. by .
"nty, Florida.. 5-13 4t 413I May political, subdivision or tne rialntirrvs ,
a No.,1221
1> et al.. againstyou .
State I "-TIIP., {"lnn..1' rOfBT OF TUB and each of you seeking to Virginia Anderson., *
riofondant.nit1
Jl "i-i U. rinrniT. condemn for public road and hll'h.way OF SERVICRNOTICB :
alt "" 'olln ('OI' TY, FI.ORIO ,. purposes the said parcel. of >KR TO APPHARTHR

'RAI'I'ORI. COUNTY. A POL1TI1VSIOV land situate. lying afid belnff In OF> FLOR1DAITO
rAI. Florida, and more : STATE 'Whoseresidence '
OF THE Bradford County Anderson, '
Virginia :
RTATF. : nlo' FLORIDA AND W. particularly. described as follows: Is In State of Michigan.I
S pwAnns: CHAIRMAX T. PARCEL NO.1: that arer."lr.d
ordered you
r.. JWYNN'' land described a< It Is. hereby ,
r> HlJu5TAIN: M. A strip ot to appear on the 7th day
ANr>> at the Intersection of the aboveentitled
() p- DRBD- Beginning D. 1H41 before
\n! rr.V A>I !!on1 MBBRH' COMPKISroVTvE the North line of Call Street and of July A.court to the bill of complaint

: EJ>'T1RB BOARD OF the East line of Weller Street filed against yen In the

,m (OMMISHIONERS OF said point being. the Southwest entitled cause; and "Brad
fFfm" (roUNTY A POLI- corner of Lot 1 In Block "A" of above Telegraph". Is hereby

ITr AI, ?l"Br>IVISION OF THE D.nev.nl.. Addition to Starke), ford designated County as th* newspaper Inwhich
ATF. OF South 72 degrees publtarisdonce ,
FI.oRIDA and run thence this order. shall her
PPtttlon.r. IS East along the North. a week. for Four consecutive
Street 780
Call
said
'. E. Knhrht. et al., feet boundary to the of Southeast corner ot weeks WITNESS. my hand and the seal

*OT"I '" Lot 10 In Block "C" of I>eBevolse court at tltar ". Florid*,
IN dlt''F. T DOMAIN: Addition to Stark: thence of this 20lh day of My.VA.., I'. 1(41.OFFICIAL .

1.tO( ffnl"O North degrees 84' 18" Westalong this SEAL A. J. Thoma

\' : NA IE: Vi' THE STATE the Bast boundary of said Clerk( of the Circuit Court. .
( distance Fla..
1'.oRII'A. Block 'C" a Jacksonville.
10 In Wilson
!....... WllO I IT MAT COS'xn ot Lot 75.12 feet: thence South 17 Flalatirr,Ham B Attorney. 5-23 4t613
N West 35 feet : thence \
42' -
\ degrees
h.D E. Knlht and N. IlM North 72 degrees H* West 632.71 nntnFonuI

I.hl' '. Wife- whose place of feet: thence. .South.L.17___degree.",,\ ....h! : iv rmrriT FLOIIIItA.( OMIT._ ...-. <..."!..m-* %-_
.: .?.. .. '. Htarke. Florida: 41' w..t 15 f..t; tn..nu u. COI >TV,

'Cie, fi.pK'llr'' a bachelor whone 72 d..r... U' W..t 220.. f..t 43'V..t ; IKItV.Jack. D. Futch. Plaintiff, vs.Beatrice .
aS r'ldnc:. *I. tarke' Florlbo. South 17 degr.
''. t h..nc. of b.. Futch, Defendant. On Mon.
( ry .* trWL H *kenberry and \ 10 f..t to point tand b.. 7th day of July. !(t4l. thedef..ndant. .

0.. 11ll1r.Hockenberry.. hU' wife < '",,, 0' r"ld.nc. I. Lak. In. a part of NW'4 Uan.. Is Route >. Box: 23.
'Iorlla'4nd
\
Soutb.
18. Tp. North Carolina, Is required
to Mills.
l" all'p.reon.. having or Union to the bill of
"n'nl( any rlllht. ;!t. NO.2: to appear
MM*. m title. Interest Iacre filed agalnsf. her herein.
2't"a*. or other lien to That portion of fomptalnt published once
on (a) E. ot8E4 to be
order
tbo.e of
Nd certain of f'W corn.r This consecntlv*
parcel
In tract IB four
t 17 for
week
Web i"10"1? Couny. Florida.E" \ of Se- of 8ertlon. zJE..t. each Bradford County. Telegraph
'' Ioutb. RanII' weeks In
ttTt5I 'nr.'uded In that part ofvi "'ownahiP ofdltcb newspaper published In
25 fe.t a
"" ?tN- a1 designated a. 1)'llIrr within a.tollow. Brae ford County. Florida.
d..crlbed said
.' as located. ..ur04 cent.rUn. Florida.' May 21st. 1(41.OFFICIAL .
and
"'&d P'atted by the Btat .: boundary of Htarke. SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk
Apartment of the State of B..ln. on the South ( Circuit Court Bradford

:::t : r. { [ North eat :JOI. d'lI'r.:n3th.r.of .' County, Florida._ 5-2J 4t 613JfOTICK ., .


JH.. COURTMANCH 10' liaet: ; th.nce d..ra.110.0l! 10'ft:Weet th..nce.U.7 row Of....APri.ICATIOJf 11: flJllIC'" UNDO AUTHORITY or Tin C.COMPANY BY

Watch-Maker North t3 : rI7.:: (**..at* Bill !Ole. lNOTICE
:0I' '
80 :oac .tr :: : : It* HEREBY OIVRNT.That BOTTLING CO.
WITH CONITDENCI. ..d of the NW eorn.rth.r.of. Jam** D3ue holder of TaxCertificate STARKE COCA-COL
feet Ea.t of I.nd con. No. (If. Issnvd the 7th
.trlp
AT110SD3 .ald ,... ha filed
or ; A. D. 1(13. .
more "
1'Otl 0.1 acr... of August '.
JEWELED talnlne day la my office and has mad 1
AI.o.b of tb. W.i same
( ) That portion,



T
JUN 131941

I
PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEtEOttAPlt 8TARKB:, ITLOttlDA FRIDAY, 'S ..,.


. (fij'} j', SOCIETY and CLUBS I Mrs. Demorest Gives U. D. C. Entertained Special Meeting: Prayer of Dedication. 'Rev'I.- I

''d Home-Making Party, By Lawtey HostessesMrs. Of Baptist W. M. S. Llghtfoot.
-
c t t For Miss AdkinsMrs. Song "Give of your
G. W. Roberts, :Mrs. I, B. On, Tuesday afternoon a special the Master" gr.;

Leslie Biggs and Cashwell-Robinson Students At Home : R. F. Demorest was hosteiw Cody and Mrs. Hal Edwards were Baptist ,W. M. S. meeting was The meeting
Miss Edith Rowe AnnouncedThe joint hostesses to t h e W. T. church 3:30 o'clockat was foli \\'K
;i Z' Engagement Among Starke and Bf&4tor.d at a home-maldngiparjy; :.Wednesday + held at the at : Fellowship Tea In the
Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., on Wednesday
N; ; Are Quietly Married following article from the County's young people who have morning at 10 o' lock, honor-. afternoon of last week, at which time the following pro- Announcement was annex

:' : Erie Leslie Biggs. Jr.. and Mattie Orlando Sentlnal of June 30. will just returned from college are the ing MlHs Lois lAdkina.,)!.rl e-elect. the home of Mrs. Roberts in Law- gram was presented: the special offering (Qr mega the<
I. M. Gaines Emmet
following
: tennJaJ
be of Interest to friends here: The guests wire t: entertained' ;on, tey. Devotional-Mrs. A. M. Darby.HymniO Certificate taken
,! Edith Rowe were quietly mar-j Perryman, Jr., Arch Thomas Jr.. was $94. SUr,
the wide which was brightened "
porch
The meeting was presided over the
Worship King.
and Mrs. John Stephen
Mr.
l = +, rued Monday night, June Lucian Connor and Buddy Bishop
with a variety of summer by the president Mrs. Roberts "The Lord' Prayer."
Green Cove Springs. Rowland announce the engagement I from Emory Junior College, Oxford Prayer
"'p 1 Mrs. Biggs Is the daughter of and approaching marriage. Ga.; Jimmie Sewell and A. .'flowers.Several.. and Miss Madge Middleton at- Introductory remark to program TO CHECK
: of their daughter, Lula Rowland I novel contests: ,pnd guessing tended to the secretary's duties. -Mrs. A. M. Darby. RIJ I IoA
;i_iii ;t J. B. Rowe and the late Mm. Z. Adkins, Jr., from Citadel Mill
Cashwell, to Lester Price Robin games were enjoyed, the The annual meeting of this organization Historical Review of the Southern \
Rowe; she was graduated from tary Academy, Charleston, S. ,iC.Leslie .: -
the Bradford County nigh school son, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Biggs, who,, just graduated first being i "Articles for t hitHome" will be in Tallahasseenext Baptist Convention and review 'IN 7">
In the class of '39. Cummings Robinson of Apopka.; from the University I of Georgia : and In this contest Mrs.' D. October, and Mrs. Hal Edwards i of "The Trail of Seed"- ,.
The wedding la to take place: the A. Monteith gave the moat correct : was elected delegate and Rev. A. E. ''
at, Athens; Biuie Long from the Lightfoot. L.66
i Is of the lateR
Mr. Blgga a son and a Miss MIddleton alternate.The 1' t
answers was given Madge
latter part of Jttti,
I Unlver lty, of Florida at Gainesville
t Dr. E. Lw Biggs and the late Ida ( I dish In following 'noi 1nating om" Address, "The Larger Steward-
i. Mrs <::althweJl, whose parent J.. ; Miss :Margaret Pearce and' pyrex baking as a prize. .'
"q' 1 Lee Biggs. He Is a graduate} of I the'food contest, Mrs. D. P Car mittee was'appotnted'Miss Olive hlp--;M.rs. S. K. ,Sparks.:, .
,}' !q the Bradford County High SchoolIn have lived in.Orange County (for Miss Jean Davis of Starke; and penter won the, .prise., ''a':set of Ray Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. '.A!. Report on 194} ,WJ.117 ,Convention .

the.clan of '35; attended St ft-i more early than education pj j Q years.-In ,the received Orlando fcer Miss Miss Margaret Miriam Guy Davidson of Hampton, of lAw-and ,'small kitchen utensils attached to M. Darby. As June 3rd is |the held in Birmingham, Ala., recently J.g: TRUSSES $$3':
:: son University at DeLand, and theUniversity .
; told and detailed account of
asbestos The of the noted
an mat. guests birthday anniversary
I'b; r. of In Athens. and Apopka schools, and was tey, all from the Florida State
( Georgia of humorous in making Southern' leader, Jefferson Davis, Debtless Denomination Pageant-
experiences ..
Tn. .
_
Rollins College for Women at Talla .fully
1 from ) College
graduated
end
Two weeks he received the suce ..
ago: Mrs, A., E. Lightfoot. .
cakes and article entitled
"Jefferson
pies, etc. gave an
; 'wl litt.d
member of Phi Mu hassee. ,
.' of B. S. In from She Is sorority la stubborn
degree Forestry PI Gamma Mu Jrt.tJonaIhonorary .. -.. advice to the bride-to-be along Davis as a citizen of Mississippi/ Period of Con secration, and case
the- of
F University Georgia. fraternity,. and tnct Rol Young Matrons' Circle 'housekeeping lines. ?Each guest, was read by Mrs. Cody. The meeting -
Mr. and Mrs. Blgga went to brought a recipe and they were was adjourned until the first ., .,
} lins Key Society., For the paat
Brunswick, Ga., where h e was !Met Monday NightThe in to in '
several years Mrs. Cash wall has placed a file and presented Wednesday October, as it is DRESSMAKINGALTERATIONS:
+ summoned for a physical examination the honor guest. The.hostess' giftto I the custom of this organizationto LIGHTWEIGHT
taught at the West Central Schoolin Young Matrons' Circle of *
to enter the Army. Orlando. Miss Adkins was a fruit plaque; take a summer vacation. SNUG rIT SvvppKochDrug
the Baptist W. M. S. met Mon
and to a visitor, Mrs Donald J. The hostesses served the Ir Gladys Harrington
Mr. Robinson attended .school day night in the church annex
Morris, of Washington C., the guests with delicious light refreshments Starke, FI*. ". Store
f/// DRESSMAKINGALTERATIONS. in Starke, and attended the University with Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., as STARKE. .
hostess gave a linen handkerchief. during the social half-
'y1 of Florida where be wasa hostess.
hour.
member of Theta Chi fraternity.He Mrs. H. L. Hough, leader, led
Cindy Harrington Is now publicity director of the the devotional, using a selection The hostess assisted by Mrs.K. .
yI Starke, Flo. reception\ center at Camp Handing from Corinthians. A short business :! O. Duncan and Mrs. J. W. Kin- Class Induction
and'before going Inte the session followed. cold, served,' from silver trays Held By W. O. W. INSURANCE A N D_ BOND

United! States Army service was .A Ridgerest fund ($7.45) was refreshing Coca-Colas, openfacedsand "
editor of the West Orange News taken, and$3.40 was received on w 1 c he. and other hor d' All, Friends Camp No. 138

AUTO PARTS 'of Winter Ga\den.\ and business the $100,000 pledge. oeuvres. Starke was host to nearby' Camps.
associate of Chief Press, publish Flower committees were appointed Besides the honoree Miss Ad- last Friday evening, with a large HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
USED TIRES. REBUILTGENERATORS. era at Xpopka.: as follows: cins, there were present: Mrs. A. class of candidates to receive the

'. t AUTO .........-. ...."" .,." 3rd Sunday- Clyde- N e. I le Z. Adkins, mother of the trlie-: Protection,O.stv! ...-.:.....-. ,..'J
; GLASS CASH!! FJC' Song Recital at "\" Thomas. elect. Mrs. H. C. Rltch, Miss The Ritualistic ceremony was Constant Service Over 50 Years

CARS AND TRUCKS ,IN. 4th Sunday Mrs. T. K. 'Mci Madge Mlddleton, Mrs. T. T. Long, conferred by Degree staff of
*s y W ANY CONDITION. The general public la Invitedto Clane, and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Mrs. E L. Biggs. Mrs. D. A. Moneith. Camp No.'' 3 Jacksonville, with
a song recital to be given at i Jr. Mra. O. L. Beasley, Mrs: ,E. Mike Kane, Consul H. M. Mc- Please Phone 146 StarkCTANN
:no,:' +, Used Autos $25 up the Army Y. M. C. A. tonight 5th Sunday-The Y.:W. A, L. Williams Mrs. K. O. Duncan Cully, Adviser, W. D. Purdy,

HASKINSAUTO (Friday) by Private R. J. Kellyof Ginger ale float, potato chips, Mrs. Donald J. Morris, Mrs. I.. D. Banker, H. A. Reaves, Watchman,
Camp Blanding. This young and cheese! sticks were served by Vlnlng Mrs. L" A. Davis Mrs. D. W. M. Burry. Escort. They were
raK r PARTS I.man ;has a fine baritone voice, the hostess to the seven membersand P. Carpenter. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid assisted by Officers of Camp. No.

,, North of Town on Ibuul 13 and has studied: with the best two guests, Mrs. A. M. Darby. Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. W. B. 14, Ocala PAGE RICH SALt
; '. teachers. and Mrs. A. E.'Lightfoot.sue Sewell. ,Mrs.:;O.;l* aynes, Mrs. The drive for Increased mem- j
,'. .....no._ 'Vu.. __ _...._...run._____. _will__... suet. Fred Guy and" Mrs E. L. Mat-, bership has been under way. fort 1 'DRESSING15c
with Mrs. Darby'in July. he wo. the past few weeks headed by G.

r, MEET YOUR FRIENDS SAT THE A & A I W. Pitta and many applications' Quart
have been
tl Tea-Shower Given received. The Camp : a 25
For Miss Adkins comtemplates much activity for
YOU'LL FIND WE SERVE THE coming months, including enter

{ a 'VEST HEAL HOME:: COOKED DIN- IsON1SONUsIava I A beautiful socflal affair took tainment for the many members .
who are now assigned to Camp
place Thursday afternoon of last
I
NERS IN TOWN ALSO SAND
week when Mrs. K. G. Duncan Blanding.
i WICHES. SHORT ORDERS, AND Mrs. T. T, Long and Mrs. D. P. It was decided to change the I :

I.. COLD DRINKS. Carpenter entertained at a tea- meeting night from Friday to
f ", shower for Miss Lola Adkins, Thursday for the convenience of I ILTi. IfISf- 2.

bride-elect, at the home of Mrs. many members and the next I FOOD STORES Jar CJar 27
A&ACAFE Duncan on N. Walnut St.' MissAdktna' meeting will be held on Thursday
fI7 Hack of Carpenter's Drug Store marriage to B. A. evening. June 12. All membersand
,
Pope STORE HOURS-Monday Through Friday 7:30 A. M
.
Jr., of visitors are urged to attend.
Fountain. N. C., will be an Short talks by Head officers to 6:30 P. M. Saturday 7:30 A. M. to 10:00: P. M
event of June,.28.. Camp
The honoree MJsa Adkins was were enjoyed. ANN PACKPEANUT 1
lovely In a long.,afternoon Following the ceremony a ban- Lb.15c
McCOY MANUFACTURING CO. Inc. dress '
of pink organdie, fashioned witha quet was. erve.r'at a local cafe. BUTTER'

Gainesville Florida full skirt and a bolero of the ANN PAGE Qt. iai
Diana Coston Smith
I same material. Her
corsage and MAYONNAISE 33cANN
: ,4 I the flowers for her hair were of I Mr. and Mrs .PAGEFRENCH IS Or. Ili'ttle'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS INLONGLEAF FREE pink rosebuds and Eldrege Smith
light blue del-
I have announced the birth of a'' DRESSING 19c
,tt : YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS i phinium. daughter on Thursday, June 5, at :
ANN PAGE PR K:PARED 16 Oz. JarMUSTARD
'fl Assisting In entertaining were: : the Alachua County Hospital In ,
+ I
WATCH CHECK UPI. '
14U111JERlOUI.DlNGS::\ Mrs K. L. Biggs Mrs. L. A. Gainesville. The baby has been 13c

_ '(r, Direct From Manufacturer To You Every, watch lea. hotitil be inspect.eil Canova. D. ,Vintng.Mrs J.Mrs.W. Klncaid H C. ,Rltch Mis.I named Diana Coston Smith. I ANN PAGE VEGETARIAN STYLE-WITHOUT MK\T:
at t This
once a year.
IN Ow
I TOMATO: SAUCE S
Mrs.
E. L.
often saves you money on Williams Mrs. A. Z. Bill Long, non of Mrs. F. H.
Mill And Yards At future coolly repairs. Let our Adkins, Mis. T. E. Duncan of Long, returned last week from BEANS 1 Lb. Cans 17c
GainesvillePhone expert American watch cr.fts. Gainesville Mrs. R. F. Demorest,. the Unlverslty ,Florida and Is
men RITC your watch the once Mrs. 0, L. Beasley, Miss Abbie now employed at Camp Blanding.MOLIVE I I
1237 or write Box 414 ove(". This service U offered Harley, Mrs. D. J:.'Monteith, Mrs.
to our customers absolutely M. F. Brown 'Miss Madge Mid- I r- I A & P Quality Western Meats I

free. It repairs are required, dleton Mrs. Fjed! L Guy, and Mrs. 3 For I

,, 1YNaaaNaYNWM,,' .."''N"J/ :::---:: -::;;;;;; ::::; :: ,; you will find our prices t peeially F., H. Long. i I' ,17c
jJ I reasonable. While you In the spacious i living room' were -

>> I\ are the in exquuit our lore new,be Elgin sure to mod.tee placed gladioli tall and vases roses';Of and Easter the punch lilies, I 3 For I I, \Western Chuck Roast, Lb. 25cUKSTKRN

el*priced from {24.75.Just .
CONCENTRATED
J bowl
surrounded by terns..w..
Bring An placed on the screened porch I SUPER SUDS 25c PORK Found

:: ifl TH ERTRE5TRRKE.FLORIDR Honest Face where added a variety to the of charm summer of flowers the-I S For Loin Roast ((1/ or whole) 25c


GEM JEWELRY scene.miscellaneous The shower gifts were of handsome on display -I KLEKY( i, 25cs. THIN HLJCKOBreakfast

Company in the den, where roses and

-( ,' Modern And Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound 109 Call St. Starke. Fla. Queen tically arranged Anne's lace in bowls were artis-and I OCTAGON 25c' Ham, Lb. 35cKING.IS

vases. "J
'i
: SOAP
PROGRAM OF; WEEK ?ram"
? BEGINNING:
SUN.
JUNE 15.
In the dining room pastel I : SLICEDBreakfast

Sunday Monday. June 15 16 DRAMATICCOIFFURES shades were carried out In every I 3
LIIUUH'I OCTAGON
Alice "I detail. The table was coveted I p Bacon Lb. 25c
Faye Jack
_ I Oakie Betty Grable, In .t' with a lace cloth and centeredby 'iota' Granulated 25c -

"TIN PAN ALLEY"Paramount 'I a elx-tlered wedding cake, iced

News ''Selected' Shorts In white'and embossed with love OCTAGONS For LEG-O-SPR1NO
I, birds and tiny flowers. Nosegaysof '
13C
LAMB 29c
Lb.
)
Tuesday. June 17 I mixed flowers"in pastel shades Toilet Soap - -

Ann Southern 'Ian Hunter, In =h lt ''i'' ''tc I were placed at intervals on the ,
''t i'l, aides of the long table and pink 6 For .
uDULCY"too i I
; Selected Short Subjects ;I I glow decorated over Candles the beautifully'shed their appointed soft- Oct.'Soap Powder 25c Pork Liver, Lb.:*;.,=._ ,,--- 15cl.2'ib.'rkf.

Small 5 For
1 '
d)
table. A1 =
Wednesday Thursday June 18 19 I and miniature bride Oct. Soap & Powder __ lie
A i'i i 1 groom topped the weddingcake 1 Lb. Phl
,,, "LI'L ABNER" ; and the.last touch of color '
i
I OUR OWN'TEA 37c
"
With Granville Owen were the mints made In the formof 1 PRICE SUPERSUDS 19c
Paramount News Shorts I tiny nosegays Ice cream in SUNNYFIELD .5 Lb. Bag i: Lb. &*

pastel shades individual cakes FLOUR Enriched 21c 51c
2 SALE ,
and
mints
Friday, June 20 were served. GOTH FOR IONA BRANDSTRING'

"HOLD THAT WOMAN"With I to About this beautiful 100 guests tea.were invited wr eel TKs< U net...| For '' BEANS, 2 No. 2 Cans I5c
James Dunn and Frances Gifford Your summer hairdo shouldbe lIT asoeex u WI PlKI 15c
ASPARAGUS TIPS A & P Brand 23c
"Sky Raiders" Short the essence of romance Mrs. C. C. ,
Grumpier of La-
and elegant chic. Come in cooch* spent Sunday and Mon- Tip Top Super IONA HALVES-YELLOW CLING

Saturday, June 21-DOUBLE FEATURE today' and see our wide day with Mrs. Carrie Rltch. and MarketBradford PEACHES. 2 No. 21-2 Cans 27c
No. 1-"ONE CROWDED Mrs. T,
NIGHT"With variance in lines for day. J. Griffin. SULTANA BROKEN SLICES

Billie Seward William Haade time and evening. Ar -- ...._.:a- ..... -_--- 6 PINEAPPLE, No. 2 1-2 Can I7cCORN
No. "TEXAS TRAIL"With -

William Boyd-"Sky Raiders"-Cartoon N 0 TIC1E STARCH NBC J GRAHAM m.

MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT 11:30: P. M. The Starke Beauty Shoppe Inn STALEYS Pkg. __ lOc CRACKERS1ft

Robert Montgomery In la now under. new management N 8IIKEDDKD !
.. BABO, 2 Cans 25c n C 'k1
----
"HAUNTED HONEYMOON" WHEAT -,_ -
STARKE'S NEWEST FOR WASHING
Also Selected All work TAVERN DISHES No. 2 C'"
Shorts guaranteed to IONA SLICEDBEETS
IE 9 KLEK 2 Sm. Pkgs. 15c tOe
suit your own personal ____ _
taste. Home-Owned and OperatedBy TOILET SOAP 4 Cake CAN 2 rot
IONA NO t
3 OCTAGON ____ __ 15c '
Expert --
OperatorsTo TOMATOES:
( of
t A ,VOICCPbotopho9l the f CR Serve You American, People IMITATION Piqr."bJtehOOAe Evaporattltl

I KOOL-AID ___ __ ___ '5c MILK. Tall Cans!

STARS HEAUTY, I Not A Jook MEAL OR 5 Lb. PkA" Jb. C"

: wraaaarnwaa..wnnmwu.w. .., .. ..., ... .. '...a/aaaa.......m....m,wmtmnmi-, O IaE It I GRITS t3'IONA lOt
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JUN
rAGE nvt1: I.;
1g IMI BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAMI STARKE, FLORIDA : i"
_if, ,1 j, II ;

= of LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherd Mrs. Cora Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McMln- recreation center tn 'the American
BITS NEWS .,
I of Griffin. Ga.. arrived here grandson have returned to Starke chen spent the pant week with Legion Mall. :Miss Nuttall .to a

yesterday visit his parents, Mr. from Miami and Palm I Beach, relatives; In Atlanta Ga. Mr. graduate of the class of 19,61 Of 'CJ '
and Mrs. I. P. ,Shepherd. School and
c. Wan of st. Miss Marjorie Stump of Monti- Mrs. Tillman Hutto has been where they enjoyed a pleasantvisit McMlnchen: Is In the radio service the Groveland High 4

Capt.e.lIaro1d here Tuesday, cello, spent ,the week-end herewith transferred from the Southern with relatives! and frte dll. at Camp Blanding and Mrs. was voted to 116 the "most ath *

wall and Mrs. her parents. Mr. and Mrs.F. Bell i I letic" and the "mont outstanding1* a S vigirl
gudndrib :Mr. Telephone Company's Jacksonville Edwin Sheppard, of New River, McMlnchen la employed In K< ParentL
( his F. Stump. I office to Starke. Mrs. W. F. Goodwin and son, In the senior clans, A sister.
of Drug Store.
Wall. is .a new employ the Bradford
I.. John were In Greenville S. C., doIng ai
Abstract Co. been Norm. Nuttall I*
County" having Miss
Lilley Is attending Miss Betty Jane Nollman Is there=;!,Utree' oi-''tour weeks. He Is last Mra.week Godwin's attending nelce.the Miss weddingof Lea. Miss Emily NutUll. of Grove- stenographic work at Camp Blan- t
Rub) ;
fibs the Colbrado spending a few days in Savannah, Mrs. M. Levlcon has returned of B. H. S. and there la a possibility
cbool at ,,a 1WOgjaduaf'e! lie E. While l land, arrived In Starke Monday ding
Talley. they
tr In Ga., with her cousin Miss Mar from visit In New away also find work
0 f Education a Orleans La.,, vl..lIedlaUves In Atlanta and for a visit with her father J. 'J.NutUll that Emily will i i

e College Ohla garet Denny. with her son-in-law and daughter Miss Minnie Bessent, of Fort Griffin Ga. Director. of the W. r, A.irawA.elraswwnNrnanirrNe.aourwwwalaell there. us
y, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Brownlee,, v rIal
In Starke
Lauderdale .
visiting
-
; "NIIMIUWWn''
.
Margaret G r 1 Iff 1 In of Melvin Handelman, of Miami, laIn Jr. her paints/: and Mrs. W. A.Beaeen Miss was I. '' .t+;Yl; % % t IatIM.Newrel 'ii

)1111I Starke visiting his parents, Mr. Mils Besserit has been Marjorie Stump a \ OF OUR REGULAR rive
TRY ONE
here ,
+ area reeeenrlyandetMn J. weekend! guest of her parents, a
s and Mrs. Handelman of the Little Jeanette McLendon, oi
for several years In the millinery ''
and Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump. Although !
untie DINNERS Nn
I
Grlttln.r. Rogers Jewelry Orlando will return home today buRlnesn.:: : She. plans' to, spend a her school In Monticello 4
1. after spending a week here with '
month.here... has closed she Is remaining there -
TUlman Hutto Mr. land Mrs George R: Powell her grandparents, Mr.:, and Mrs Each Day' A Complete Change 1
Mrs, J. for another month ,to rehearse
-
and week-end with M & putDenmark. and son. Bobby of Newton N,C.. E.M/ .\ tthew.l'j'; IN THH CIHCVIT TO<< "T. KKillTHJIUIC'ltL. the\! band and keep the young of Menu ,-." t'I 1 t. : it N le tb
t the ', In are'.ueat..of Mrs. Laura Powell. rlHftIT <>*i- KI.OH. ,, L : '1\1-\\ to',' s.4
:a.f ., musicians ., practice.
In
I IIIOther and Mrs. J. H, Fields.; ,Mrs. Charles Darby and baby ,I ll>%.:|IX AMI.' KOH mtt.tDFOHO.COMTY. SANDWICHES. SHOUT ORDERS RECUiuAR., p-, +

Dville. daughter, Virginia Jean. returned: IN CHAMTKRT DINNERSGuidon H\*
M. NOTlrlllBRAJ.Fonn
Adair Mra J; W.Dbul'll. Edward L.' Schalk ministerial to their home here Wednesday :I Beulah Plaintiffv Pope, Jane 1!. 1941' ,.*"

J. S. Rachel Adair., and student a t Princeton Seminary from the Alachua County Hospital .. IS COl-NTT tll'JitElIY tllVKN FLORIDA.NOTICE thai Grill ,I''r' i )
Mica
all of West Palm will be In Starke all summer, car- In Gainesville. Charles P. Pope.. piimtmnt. to Kn-tlon II of ChnptorIII2" ltr
Wlllburr. T.fendantORnicH I "(', Laws of KlorlrtH. Art of
guests the first of rying on work among soldiers at ;: Ol* SERVtCK im, known.. the :MTHl'IIY ACT, ''East of Court house's
Call
b. were Mr. and Mrs. W. NOTICE TO AIM'BK Street -
B.
land Mrs. ,G.. W. Camp Standing for the Presbyterian Mundy the following described land In

..week. of) Church and little daughter,.Claire* Jean ,THB To STATE Charles or P FLORIDA Pop, whose roi>lenr '-, offered HriuJforjl for Count pate l Florida pttnllo I will outcry b. deewlnetwlMre.nta, """! !!.'! '!!'..'!! """ ""' ._- '_"" "" .''''''_''''' -- -- '-"" '-" ""'!" ""al. f fpialWIIIpWrarUMIIwIW

.. left Sunday for a ten-day vaca- .., ... e
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tlon at t!.) -O. to the right of, the Trustees. ., .. YMnl lilll-Mr11.YMYWWIl11A. ii o'iiiiiooo--f. .;; ]:; --Oil1l.Ia4NaaN" Nr'i '
Mr. Mundy's old home. It t U hereby ordered that you *ri- of. the Internal l lmp o..m.nt Fund 'Ct I:h'
Laurens, S. C. rsqulred| to appear on the 17th dar' I In relent any and all buds, at th*
FAIR of July A:ft).. 1841 before the above CourthouK heslnntiis at 10 00 u*> STARKE SIGN SERVICE. '
VANITY BEAUTY SHOP entitled Ted <40 the bill of complaint olotk A. M on the. 14th., day of
Mrs. L. S. Hutto was a business against you In thenboe July A. D 1941. Easement for road 1,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : entitled sauce; and The Hunt of wltY Zoo feet wide will bo I.. O. COWDREY t5 t )
visitor In Jacksonville 1
Saturday,, 1
Bradford County T 1 I. iriHph" IM. reserved from any PH.... | I throughwhich -t- vi
and was accompanied home by hereby d..llrnal..d a.. t h.. n"\\". there Is an existing| flat. 1; '
paper In which thl. order Khnll. beinibllHhfd Has 4. Permanently Located In Starke ; ;
Business Mies Edna Hutto who the
For spent once a week for toweoneerutlve
Open FJ" I
Wij of NEW: F3 nf River ". ,
week-end In Starke. .....k.... T H, 20 K., 20 Acres t6
W1T.NKS.S my hand and the peal r.\e6.\ lot I lea ft Hi:, In Nw Cor; ofF1vti 30 Years A Professional Sign Painter ;
MACHINELESS AND MACHINE .of thin court lit Hmrho. .')",'Ida. !' of SW4, Sec IK, Twp. < H, 6 JI "*
KOOLERW AVE, Mrs. W. S. Stroman returned Ibis 6th day of June A. t>. 1941. Kir. 23 K. In Business! 20 Years In Palm Beach County ,
'lOFFIC'IAL 8BAL) A. J. nhuniia Com at NW car of HW% of NKMA \
WAVING home from Jacksonville
PERMANENT Monday Clerk of the Circuit Cniirt. nun U 730 ft, a 180 ftV 73) ft.
where she visited at the home of John J Henderson E"'I.| N 180 ft to b.v., Kc.. 6, Twp. T H, ALL SIGNS PAINTED 'RIGHT I
Plaintiff's Attorney13 4t 1.4NOTICE Itir S3 K. S AcrviTUCNTKErt
COMPLETE SERVICE: her son-in-law and daughter, Mr OP 'tNT nsAt, IM.PIIOVKMKNT I
and Mrs. James Godbold.W. I. FUND OF STATKOP PRICED RIGHT GUARANTEEDI ,
] TO H1HnFne PIAHllliA.
The Kradfnrd County. Board. of Hy A. J. ThtnriHn Agent TruntrpnI. I H vtlnte

.. A. Swanbom, who has beenI'Imployed' Public ten bids Instruction f"r services will andlor r.cetvewrit-equipment I. I. Fund llrnilford County It 221 North Walnut Street I ; i

'for a number' years upon the following I school bun I (In Rear) 11i. O..Box: 281 iifia
at Slater has back to his rnuten Itoutea formerly driven by 1'ATHER'S
come
.
RITZ THEATREPROGRAM home near Starke, and his old the referred following to an route named of pervonit like nam. and a: L-4.".._,..,.....,...............""" .......__.. J ..""' ''"CI-_....IINIIIMI. "......NMINN.. j *
DAY ,
friends are glad to have him HTAHKK. tintM. TKI JUNE f fl'-It*
C,.JHIIIer/ Route
( WEEK"- BEGINNING SUN., JUNE 15TH here again as a citizen. vr o.coiiinn IbnttsFraukt t t ai e
Norman Houl ..JTHt !!
Ham Mott Houle
Sunday Monday June 15 16 Nelson. Green Route ....
)
S For Elam Lewis! Route

"Andy Hardy' Private Secretary" 17c Kldon K\V Happ HliKII Itout(I1OITE1*
I : PALMOLIVE Ernor'Jnlln. Hnutellov J>lMM|
Starring Mickey Rooney : TomllnMon Kout'

Added-Fox News and Comedy HompHey ,,Happ' mute .
Uw arlnir, ii Kellfy Route .
[CONCENTRATED SFOFSUPERSUDS25c Colored( Kihonl))
HHOOKKII 1IOI.TKHC.
Tuesday!, June 17-DOUBLE FEATURE J. Crew Home L
A. I.,. nrten. Jr., Rout '
,"POWER DIVE"With I:. J. 1..wl.. | Route ti"I I 1e NI.
H. II. Hicks. Route

Richard Arlen KLEK I (Nl.pl) 25c 8 For Charity"'.,Inr.Wllllamw." "Mr ItOllP.tAndmw hool Route I ILWTKY ..N 'Ue Arand

Hvddlnic Iloute In,
"PLAY'GIRL" Kd Durban Haute a
T. \\alnwrlRht Rout
a F' Cnrl HIHInrd Route

With Lucille Ball Also, Sports Short oc-unit OCTAGON 25c Ueorve strong!! SchoolIH.MP'rtY nO..I.Il'nlor..1 .) I A

SOAP HOI 'rP4M. t TIIR' AM nlc.\N.8 CRKCO I i iI

Wednesday, Thursday, June 18 19 U Wntternon Houta M r>.ll**. In the I'nlt..t Ntala" ..r An.rlc'a. ava a srovrnmnt of
Lester Slide Route the pimple, by th. penpl.| ., for the people; whn.*> lust povrra firs
"ROOKIES ON PARADE"With OCTAGON IorZ5c lIla ChaNf Route. derived. from the oi>ii.m 1 of the < Vt"KIIIIII.T IIOl'IF.nL. lubll"l: a "v.reIKn l n. tlon of many vovvrolsrn otat..: a. perfect +'I
1 U Renfro Home union. mi. and 'limruarabl., *ral( >ll"hii upon lfc<>.. wrlnvlpla offrni'tloir I In, (
Bob Crosby's Band and an All-Star Cast eo i' Granulated Levy Norman Rimte lIan.l..ne )17.i..1 | 11tslh': and humanlty( rur which.. Amrlo n .
IIHII.'tllOVV IIOtI'EM1Rllery putrluts: aai-rlflrt-il i 1 their, llT ,a and fortunrH.; 'w A l
.. In lovAt It, e
M
IlgtnlIeLuee.131S0ELGIN eountry
Hours l
-- -- Hupp r therefore l b"lI..v.I la my duly\ iny
OCTAGON 3 Fr Pitt ;Xewitome' lEnut. to Niiiinrt It. vonnlHuMon. to 010.,. It. laws. to r*.pct Us rtl-{ _. l
Friday June 20C-DOUBLE( FEATURE ni''I'IIU i RuITI:7 DELUXE ..nIl'" defend II mialnit. all .n.mlra. !
13cSmall I.eon Conner RnuteFtrllt eI
"SCATTERGOOD BAINS"With Toilet Soap Alvarri Rout r I
In nicking bid on Any route .x-
Kibbee .....ptV.. (>. riilliim. or A. U. llieen, 17 JIWIl See Table Below For. Denominations
Guy Jr., Ttnutvfi bid, two WRV" (1) IUowith
5 For Countv furnishing IIIIH. complete Say "thank to D.i.I in a wayiii 1 u
SKKIKM K:) I' a
I1ONDS !
(
Oct. & Powder ._ lie gasoline, old and rrpalm UI II long apprrriale-Fite a
Soap ]
Mid) with bus driver fnrnlnhlnKHUH IMMM' Price Maturity Value
"REACHING FOR THE SUN"AddedCartoon complete, gaMollne, .11.) and IMd *- lumilftome! new I-.Igm; tie!) I I.u\..
6 For palr $18.73 l 9Z3.M An
In makln. nnV.. n ('"1111,. E ory one of Three' nipRi-il, lartiinni > flO.OO d
Oct. Soap Powder 25c .. TUiuteii bid two 87.50
or A. 1 1lrern"Jr.
of r
vvnVH (1) iiunly fin'nl hlnK IMII vtuUlif, '* i i.* II lliiiij 7J.OO 100.00 t "

Saturday, June 21-DOUBLE FEATURE SUPERSUDS chuxKlH body and K R>>driver ollne., nil furnishing and r<-|>nlr hue. beauty .llirir utcuim-y itincreililile Mattlre: In 10 VramMcnilxr toI
N
t
"BACK IN THE SADDLE"With 12) Hun driver furnishing bun complete : :See:>> our rCltl1ll"tr| 1 IiA
.
gaMfillne, oil and repaint.HIilM
tn be ret el veil 111 ..l fl.of .tx.k! now. I'rkr.Irvin J3.00.
Gene Autry : t*hunty Hupeilnti-ndent, until Monday FlorklM National Group 'I
2 SALE July 7, UMI at 10:du A. .M lithe JUKI luring All t! 1 1Menlller ..+
PQTH FOR hid for one. routeere
event all any t
i
rejntled the HrtHiil may: thenor honest Face lV lrrnt. lrpolt Innuranr Corporation 1f4 t
"RETURN OF BOSTON BLACKIE" kTONtATlGOUtflIU...I at any Hulipeiiuent. ineetlnir call {
I ctT nomi H NAV PACE[ iSc for oral hula and reject or accevtxlirh STARKE )b'I
BANK AT
With John Howard-Also Chapter 7 of "Dr. Satan" oral' bid. GEM JEWELRY FLORIDA
: I For fiirthi-r' Information cull at
I office. of County Hliperlntenilent' Company Resources Over $1,000,000.00 tB
'rW I.':. MIDnUKloV, .
; S. R. Johns & SonCLASSIFIED County Superintendent of I'uhlle. 109 Call St. Htarke, I..... 411

I 1 Instruction (-13 It < 20COTTAGES hv a


t" NAT SEZ: I ADS


You have Junt another day or two

E o to keep from forgetting!; that Sun- LUMBER FOR SALS-Good used FURNISH Lake Santa{: Fe 5 miles east on of : t a 1 'rasa Mllar

day Is Father' Day. If you fall sough lumber for sale $18 M. Waldo. Electric lights running ---,- i
Barnett Iron Works, Palatka, --
Saturday nightat Lewis
to remember by water Inquire -

10 o'clock you won't be able to Fla.: 5-30 3tp Jewelry Co: Gainesville Fla.tt
-
get him that little gift at Stern- FOR RKNT-space 15 x 30. North I

berg's cause we'H i>e> clowil. No" half of building on Temple

extra charge for fixing the piwk- Avenue formerly occupied by FOR SALEby private owner. __

age up ducky with all the trim Starke Chamber of Commerce. 1938 business coupe with radio.

mings.The B. J. Alderman, Jr. Grandln Runs perfectly very low mile

Fla. age. Reason for .lUng.-have

two cars.-110 Call St. lip

FOR RKNT-Room with double -

bed.-.MM. L. H. Vining, phone FOR SALE-thirty-acre farm and ft'BS.SJ

49, Starke. "," ltp crop 1,1miles South on .road
28. 3-4 mile East of Starke W I

BEACH HOME-Ideal location 8 R. Gllliard 21p ;

II bedrooms 2 baths comfortable, -

I attractive and modern. Com- FOR. RENT cool I desirable -

pletely furnished for allyearhome. apartment. Mrs. R. R. Prevatt,
I b It'
e Exclusive section At- Box 1-A, Starke, Fla. 2t
gA -
latlc Beach. Available for weekor t

j longer; Reasonable.-Ellen I IGilleland. WANTED TO BUY-small concrete "

2925 Riverside Jack- I mixer. Must be rood Vacation NOW + I }
Take Your
sonville, Fla. 6-13 3tp I MadlHon Lumber Co? Madison hound (i aWay
One Q
Fla. lip % m
FOR RENT-Desirable apartment3 I Trip ''- w
forkaonvUto $ .60 Ml.Ill
rl 1-2 ? -
room
furnished
east Call street. LOST-One 15-lb. acetylene KM: Miami ........... 5.40 9.75 1 a
miles out drum on Madison St. Liberal Tfl-lEttliiiftfisrn 2t2A 4.01 d
Brookalde Pecan Farm.-Mr. -- *>+** a
tf reward for return to Billy Tampa .__.. .- ZJW 4 VfhlraRU r
1:1:: .....d..AT"DD'Owed"ftQ B.-b" I* M. Clark. Jackson Central Truck Lines 11.40 2V9S +J

or Titus Olson. Itp Cincinnati :_--. 10?SO 1H.X) Highway Travel at Its Best '
with
ONE LARGE BED ROOM Anhrvllto i ...?..-..?- 6.20 11.20

Self-Supporting SockFor for two light single housekeeping.beds; one large Adults.room FOR furnished.RENT.Sleeping-room 'house porch un UNION HITS STATION There's nothing la compare with the .ovnic= b.-nbf of Ameri ;; ""

real freedom and casualness look to Pacer Short, Hot water.-Mrs. O. W. Brown. Apply Green's Store. Starke. LACY CON\V/V,Ilorldit Agent c.'. highway Now you can enjoy thoi all UM more in air. + yw

the: favorite length for wear now as well as later in Lawtey.FOR f *. lip Stajrke, conditioned comfort by tus. All the way 'roundtrav.l. by

J season. The selection of Pacer Short in ;I:. ..y- Florid Motor Lines Is bailer and mot nioyabl*. You ......
splendid M
SALE-1 1-2 ton G. M. C. LOST- k eys. Tube at-
Distinctive I colors includes a hours with frequent dpartur thai at'. timed lo auit your
spring patterns and truck with large refrigeratorbody. tached .to key ring: with name '
striking novelty check and stripeco.mbination Can be made Into fine of Rocker Motor Co., Lakeland w convenience: terminals) are right In th. Mart of buslneu and yl"I1ti

a window check dJ living quarters. Price $1M. Return to Bradford County 'iii hotel centers, you SEE the best of town and: country With k'' ++

with a clock in new colors pane, and a 3 5 yo Write School John DeLand J. Heney Fla. co 6-6 High CSt, Telegraph for $5 reward. lip f 6 all these advantages, the cost is. I.sa than Hut of driving +'

rlrtical rib i in base = your own car.JINE .
entirely new '
and
for cattle
$7 or STOLENOne Dally cash market
thades 3 pairsSTERNBERG'S/ LOST, STRAYED,
See them today! red-beaded, red-sided cow, bogs. Auction Sale every Thursday t '

marked crop and two splits beginning at 2:30: p. m.

each ear, with halter; also lane Columbia Stockyards, Lake City p a D

Brahma heifer unmarked. Fla. Phone, 481. See or write J. :

D. Crosby. Route 2 Starke Fla. Starke Fla. tf

.... Itp D. Odom Jr., P. O. Box 247, (t't


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PAGE SIX COUNTY TKUEdRAWI. STAKKB FIjORIDABrooker _ FRIDAY.
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Hope Sullivan 0 f Jacksonville. .f. W. BuddUurton andJJXlss Vests Faclon Stuokey. are hereby.re- four consecutive' week prior to I I IN IRC'I'.T; 'Ot'RT
.tml BrevitiesBy Gambl. quired to appear' on July 7th 1.41 salt return day. Witness my hand COIJNTY; '
and John and Billy of McRae have returned home after FLORUJ1
In said rourt and cause. Bradford and official al at Starke Florida VERY. It'
Jacksonville. spending 'several days at. Brad County .I rrr..J.I designated a* this June 4, 1841. 'Arthur J.
T. C. Chastain has been make ford.: R. I. the duly : newspaper each week topublish (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas Catherine Emory Emor, f>
this Order once Court
Clerk of Circuit of Bradford Der.nd'nL"
Mr*. L. U Parker CHURCH SERVICES: ing a survey of the bridge and A revival meetingwill beginat for four consecutive week" priorto County Florida. the Monday defendant the 7th >t Jut
Services will be held at said return day. Witness tny Knight & Knight Calh"rl",.. ', ;
Church road needs for his district and Pine Level Saturday night and required to
Htarke.Florida appear
hand and official *al at :: Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1U 6-ST te> the
UARPY-BAIIBY the Brooker School House. Sun- reports that material needs have will continue through next week. thl June 6, 19'1. against be her "rein "hlo bill' !

&i Mr. and Mrs. Otis William day, June 15, at 10 and 2 o'clock been estimated and work will be Everyone Is urged to attend. The Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL Court) A..J.of Bradford Thomas, IN TUB ciHcrrr COURT; OF TIlE consecutive published Weeks once a Week Or fop,!:;,

ttJ1 Barry announce the marriage of by the Elders of the church of finished In the near future. Rev. W. N. PruKt of Atlanta' Ca. County Florida. BinilTII IMCIAL. CIRCUIT OFTil public County el Telegrsp h. I an.n 8"1..

L their daughter, Jo Ella, to Jamea Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. M. B. Smith spent the weekendIn will preach. I <'. J' Altorn.ra KnlA'ht : AI fur Knight-'Ialntlff. (V-6 4t '- TcinrriT AND! HI FOR MTATK lihiHFOftDCOEJF4TY OF FLORIDA., II. OFFICIAL In,, SEAL said llradfor t\ c
Eldon Hardy son of Mrs Chaa. The principal speakers will be i Jacksonville. IN CHANCKItY" Clerk Circuit Court J 'tb
Sr. of Gainesville 0 nWedneaday. Artist K. Scott Starke, Florida 1
24 Hardy Elders Ralph Jones, Preston At- Jun
Plaintiff.
John Hall and Edward Saxon VANDERBILTBy ix ( OVIIT. BRDFORICOt" ith. "II''
June 4, at Lake wood 0 e o. Dixon and Dean visitIng 'TV. FLORIDA-IX: IHA.V- -V- BILL, FOR DIVORCE e.e II
spent Monday In Plaot City MISS VBLMA NORMAN -
Townsend offIcIated tERY. Evelyn Wright Scott
Butlet. Judge Flake. There will be dinner on i.N C.R\'IT
ri Plaintiff. (
relatives and friends. Ann Johnson Reeves Defendant.ORDBR 'Ol-HT.
In the presence of Mr. and the grounds and everyone is urgedto Mrs. Minnie Weathersbee and Miss Velma Norman has returned ., vm Calvin C. Reeve. Defendant.On 0V PUBLICATION : (VERY.:'OtTv. FLOItIIJ1.88.,.'DP

t'' I Mrs.. Hershel Layfield. attend. friends from Pompano visited after spending: part 'Of last lIst Monday the defendant the 7th day. Calvin of July.C. STATJS EVELYN OF FLORIDATO RIGHT SCOTT: Bernice Pollard f> (It

4 AV'1 Mrs. Hardy, an attractive brunette with her brothers B. Y.. J. H.. and week with relatives In Okeechobee. Reeves, I* required to appear to It appearing from the worn Earnest Polla d. lalntl!
Mr. and Mrs. Green were the bill filed him herein. Monday, the DeteM'nt',
l U a graduate of Bradford Roy .- against bill of complaint filed In the aboveentitled 7th day Of
George Saxon Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. V This order to b. published once a the df.ndantE. JUI';
Gainesville last week. cause that the specificplace
High School, Class of 1940. Mr shopping In .. Weatheresbee started a tour Mrs. D. N. Denmark and little week for four consecutive weeks of of IS v e 1 y n required to appear lo nut Poll.r
also received his education Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Mrs In Bradford County, ;Telegraph, anewspaper Wright So.td.n.c: Defendant a* again him herein Th the bl"published ;
Hardy Leslie Green. Mrs. Frank Feagle of the northern states where she son, Dannie. of Jacksonville arespending published. In said Bradford particularly a* la known' to Plain- be once a .Week. (. V,*!'
V 4i: at Bradford Higit.'V will visit her son and daughter a few days here with County. till la 413 Orchard Street Water- aecutlve w e e k s In 4W
After a brief wedding trip. the and daughter Juanita. Mr. and I Mv. and Mrs. Rusaell Norma (OFFICIAL SEALL... J- Thomas town. New York; V that aald Defendant County Telegraph. an.Br..,,,
as well as her many Pompano Clerk Circuit Court. pubhis .1 In >|i
l
and I. over the of twentyone sal.i
Green and age Brador
to their Mrs. Dave family '
couple will be at home Stance, Florida June 5th 1941. (OFFICIAL c
friends who make their winter Mr. and Mra. Levy Normanand year and that there la no SEAL) A. '
friends at 220 West Church St.. Martha Evelyn Markey attended family were visiting' Mr. and V '-S UIT person In the State of Florida Clerk Circuit Court Jl Tl*
"Gone With the Wind" in Starke home: In..Florida. service of subpoena upon whom Stark. Florida. June 5th.
III
Gainesville. Mrs. A- A. Edwards and familyof ORDER OP PIVaLICATlO4 would bind the said Defendant
e.e
Mr. and Mrs. Hall and
;i Mr. Hardy l>J now salesman last week. Lynn Brooker Sunday afternoon. AI NOTI' (;R TO.APPEAR IT IB HEREBY ORDERED that 4iIs
Dr. Pepper Bottling Mrs. Bill Plummer of Lawtey daughters. Margaret and Lucille STATE OF FLORIDA TO: All parties the Defendant Evelyn W r I r h t : FUR CIRCI'IT '
Vi 'til for the the of Mrs. Hall's Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloods : rlalmlna Interest under MaoKle ;. Scott be and she Is hereby required JUDICIAL. ('litet( 01 5,'. tre;l,
2U Company In Alachua County.Mr. spent last week with her mother. were guests worth and family of Raiford K. Edwards deceased. In SB"4 to r.t..arnth.': the bill ofcomplaint IDA I'll ASh) 'Olt IT Qr P
Mrs. J. C. Cone. father J. H. Croff of Lake City of SEVi and KV4 of BW% of SBVi.nf f above entitled ('OUNTY BIt\IJP
M. J. Ogden and were 'K u eat. of Mi- and Mrs H.n t. ,and NEV. o( NKVi of8eo cause wherein the Plaintiff Blliabeth Henrv.
and Mrs. ?. !. .a.ndMre._ Cephua .Harrell the past week-end. Frank Norman and family Sun ,- 11. all\ in-'Twp. -| S. R. $1 B. seeks to obtain a divorce from the Plaintiff.LeRoy'Vlenry. I .
V .' ._._.IhIrpi1 n__ .n of_ Pompano_ were vial and baby or Hampton LAKO were Mrs. Ben Williams and: daughter In Bradford County Florida. Its Defendant, Evelyn Wright Scott. Ko
tenement, hereditament or appur- on or before Monday. the 7th day 1J5,
night. They .
Thursday
ton here visitors here Sunday.Mr. Eloise left Thursday for day.Mr... and Mrs. F. M. Norman attended tenancea: VV of July A. D., 1941 otherwise the Defendant.
were on their way to Hot Springs and Mrs. E. C. Long. Mra. Cherry Lake to visit friends and You are hereby notified that allegation of the said bill will be ORDER OF
SF-It\t',
the singing convention at Federal Farm Mortgage Corpora- taken a. confessed by the said D.. NOTICE &:
Ark. Frank Keagle and Mrs L. O. relatives. Mr. Williams Joined Brooker Sunday. tlon a* plaintiff has filed It. sworn fendant. THE STATE OF TO APPEAR
Misses Marian -and Ernestine Hazen visitors at bill complaint against you and IT IS To LeRoy FI.ARLJA! :
were HamptonLake them Saturday and upon their return FURTHER ORDERED that Henry. "'hoe
of Hialeah were visiting Miss Lorena Rosier.and Jlna- J. S. Harrison Mr. J. S. Harrison. this Order be published once aweek I.. 2481 Davld.on r"ld
Smith last Sunday afternoon. Sunday they were accompanied -: mle Lee of Lawtey antf-Mra.( : Waiter rfollle, Thornton and Ralford Carroll for four consecutive week "New' York. Avenue, i B
n1I Mr. and Mrs.. O. W. Barry Mr. and Mra. Sanford hUtch and by their son Norwood a* defendant In the CircuitCourt I I In the Bradford County It I. .
Lee of Ocheechobee were visitIng ;; fo'ipllbll..hed "
of Bradford County Florida a newspaper of .general :.IIf : required to appJaf thallou'
V week. of Ralford week-end
son were who had been spending some Wherein the relief ought I. foreclosure on ..
Lubedla Mr. and Mrs. H. Norman In Bradford County, of July A. D. IIh
'
Miss 1941
: Mra. J. W. Kelly. guests of Mra. Rltch'a parents time of mortgage over aaidproperty : Florida. entitled before. .k. '
court to
Mrs. I. W. Plnholster Wednesday evening.Mr. ; and you arc hereby required plaint the bill' '
VV PlnhoUter Mr. and Mra. L. A. Brown. there.HIGHLAND to appear In said Court DONE AND ORDERED at Starke, filed against fuu ,In
and Mrs. Russell Norman above .
1, and Mrs. Jim Mott were 'visitors Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McGauleyand and cause case "NY' >. 1Z68 on July Florida. this the 4th day of June, ford County entitled : ."'
A. D., 1941(9FFICIAL. Telegraph1.
lat week. of Vanderbilt Mrs. D. N. Den 7th 1941. Bradford County Telegraph ".
River designated
; In New family of Melrose attended I II the duly ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas as ..
attended the By Miss Beth Wknberly mark and s 0 n of Jacksonville I I. designated which this order nal"b SIB
crowd CI.rk. ''
V A large church here Sunday. qualified newspaper to publish this *
Bradford County alng- I were visiting Mr. and JVfrs. A. A. Order once each week for 4 consecutive STATE OF FLORIDA > once weeks.WITNESS a week for fuur cunlfe
quarterly V Mra. M. F. Wiggins* of New Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood and i week. Witness my hand .
-V of Brooker
1I Ing convention here Sunday. The River was visitingMrs.. I. W. Sidney Wood of West Palm Edwards and family and official seal at Htarke. Florida COUNTY OF BRADFORD > my hand and the
of
Baptist Sunday. thla June 4. 1941., I HEREBY CERTIFY that the this court at 8tarke.
f the l Brooker ,
people 0 Plnholster Sunday.Mr. Beach were recent guests of Mrs. returned to (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas above. and for.folnll I I. a true copy this Ind day of June, A. D Flo
Webster Baker has
church Invite you to visit often. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton and H. C. Wlmberly. A* Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford of the o of Publication (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Th I
Mra. W H. Hinton and children his home In Tarpon Springs! after County, Florida. made In the said cause on CI.rk. of the Circuit CourL
:! S family were visitor at their old Miss Janle Mare of Jacksonvillewas time here with Knight Knight file In my office, this the 4th day Ed"ard P. Mulcaby
In Starke Tuesday. spending some orT 'Vlalntlff. I-I 4t 6-17 of June A._ D Jaek.o
were home In Jasper Sunday. recent of her Attorney for 141. l"la !1lntiff's&ttozney
a guest ,
mother and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe.NOTICK (OFFICIAL. S ALA.. 3. Thomas 64 II
Mrs. V. V. Hazen and children Mlaa Lovelle Parrish of Jacksonville Mrs. Ruth Marr.H. Clerk. '-8 4t S-37 -

were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. spent the week-end with R. Carrutbers and Miss Betty OP1 APPLICATION i.v rotTNTY cinrt'pr FLOKIOA.COVRT. -BRADFORD I.-V CHAN I IJT THE TIlE :' C'J'In COla

,' Marvin Haeen In Starke Thursday relatives here. Carruthers of Jacksonville visited I FOR TAT: OICF.P C.9i51Y.! VOraco IN THe ciRcrrr COURT. F.IQHTH CUIT of FI.ORID" ii
'tA NOTICE IS HBIIBBY GIVEN.!!:"' Ardith Hawk. Plaintiff, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of' mbOlt- roll .
: : of last week. Mrs. O. A. Gay and children relatives here recently. That C. B. Bennett holder. of Tax V*. Ray Henry Hawk Defendant.On ..).... iv AND FOR BRADFORD -HRAnFOHD. cilCHAMCRHr. -!\ ,.

Mrs. Hettie Hardee, of LaCrosne were visiting Mrs. R. C. Allen In Marvin Green of MIddleburg Certificate No.' 70 of *ttiy ,*In.<.,1113 Monday, toeTtft day of July. COUNTYl. Albert Franklin Mitchell,
ban lied said certificate my A. D. 1'41, the defendant. Ray CHANCERY Plalntltr.
was visiting relatives here last Jacksonville Thursday. spent several days here last week office and, mad. application for tax Henry; Hawk; whole residence I la James McBrlde ...,.. Divorce
4V week Mr and Mrs. Herbert Parrlsh with his father,.L. R. Green. deed to Issue thereon In accord unknown la required to appear to Plaintiff Ethel Mitchell
ance) with law.' Said (certificate embraces the bill of complaint filed against N 18 Defendant.
Muses LAibedta PlnhOlater 'and and baby and Miss Lovelle Parrlsh Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman t h.,1 f ellowttieVi,' described" 'Mm herein. Thla order to be-published Eth.T'McBHde. 'ORDER TO APPP."R:
property a 11 u a te rl t Bradford once each week for four Defendant. TRW '
of Miss Melva TATE
were guests Moody and Miss Cleo Norman visitors OF P'UJIUDA'
were
were
Rhlmes Chopping
Lee '
Martha County Florida, toirltrrWeet oonaecutlve week .* In Bradford ORDER OF SERVICE 1'0: Ethel Mlt..h..lI.
In Starke Thursday. and Mrs. Green Moody near Lake to Starke Saturday. T6 Ft. of Lot 8 of Bile 4. County Telegraph a newspaper NOTICE TO APPEAR Street Cnlu.h... n.ft.I..132.. Thlrl
Butler Town of Lawtey W Of Railroad !published!. !,! I In said! Bradford_County THE STATE me. II'I.ORrn., It IIi hereby- -
Sunday. Miss Louise Marr and Miss ordered that"
V V 11 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Covlngton flection 23- Tnwnshfn---- -- &. South.- .-. vioriaa. stance loriaa, June Ird To Eth.C McBride; whose resi required 10 appear you
Mrs. Cov. Mary McGauley of Melrose waa Kathleen Marr were In. Starke Range; S3 East.: : 1941. dence I* unknown. r. 1941. before on h" JIb
of Miami are visiting visiting relatives and friends here Saturday. The assessment of Mild propertyunder (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas It 'I. her.by'ord.red that you : tlt.r'Co. : to the Bill:the of il
Ington'a mother Mra. Alice the Bald certificate Issued Clerk Circuit Court Bradford are required to appear on the 7th plaint filed against.
Thomas this week. last week. Mrs. H. C.. Wimberly and C. M. was In the name of W,V L. Over- County Florida. 64t .-17i day of July A. D. 1941 before the Above l entitled cause,you and, ID
.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. and street.Unless above entitled court to the bill of Bradford County
Douglas Grlffls were visitors to Starke TeleirrtDb
V said certificate .shall\ be
complaint filed
c.- of Plant City was against you In the hereby designated
Eild Gainey CIRCUIT rOtH?. BRADFORD a. the n
family spent Sunday In Starke last week. redeemed accordingto law tax above entitled cause; and "BrAd. paper In which thl.
V a visitor here last week. deed will leaue thereon on the 7th. fOfVTY. FLORIDA_IN CHAN- ford order cbs
with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson. Mrs. Nelson T. Green'and children day of July A. D. J9 l.- CKRY.Delia, designated County Telegraph" I* hereby published once a week for too

', Mrs. James Alpaugh of ,Hialeah C. C. Melvin was the first of Lawtey visited relative. _Dated this 4th., day of June A. Urban O.M. Tlllrnanb'Plalntlff. vs. which this order an the shall newspaper be published In consecutive WITNESS week the Honorable A

was visiting relatives here thla farmer around here to and D. 194t. once a week for four consecutive Adkln. a* Judge of V
"crop" here recently.Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas On Monday, the 7th day of July w.ek. this (
} week. i "barn" tobacco. On Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford A. D. 1941, the defendant Urban O. and the Heal of this Court In
V Wednesday and WITNESS
V Mrs. Sidney Harris Clllman. whose residence I Route my hand and the seal City of Stark.. Bradford Co
*
Stokes of the C. C. C. Tune 4. he barned about 600 County Fionida.V -5 tIT 01 this court at Starke Florida. Florida this' 28'
;' ) Henry and James Godwin of Maxvllle a. Uacon Georgia, co. O. C. Amer. this Jnd, day of June. (OFFICIAL S'llA Mir,
Camp at Tallahassee la spending stick.. and says that Is the earliest here last week. on, I. required to appear to the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. D. 1941. COURT .
'i'i were iv CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD till of complaint filed against him :: A. J. Thomas' Thomas Clerk of the Circuit C
'V// : a few day at home with his parents he ever put In a barn. Mrs. D. C. Reid and childrenof COUNT*. FLORIP.\Ur! CHAM. herein. This order to be publishedonce Clerk Edward of the Circuit Court. Bradford County, Florida
(''':RY. P. Mulcahy, Jacksonville Lloyd Band., ..
Attorney fur Pl
each week for four u
; V Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stokes. Miss Sarah Martin of Waldo la Maxville were visitors here re- Emmie Lenora Feeble. Plaintiff. tlv. weeks. In Bradford oonaecu-Countyn Fla. Plifltlffs.Attorney I I g-. 4t l-tl Jacksonville Flo lda.30 4tV i

V Douglas Hazea and Perry visiting with her aunt, Mrs. R. F. cently. vii. Jack L. Feeble Defendant. On .......'-0.-'--_-"..... _- .-.--..-..-..-..-..-..-. ._.uu... ..._......_.. -
V Galney have returned after Gano. this week. Monday the 7th day of July, 1841, eald Bradford County Florida.
the defendant. Jack L. Public Mla kll. FlorId... Jun. 4th 141.
V spending several months In Talla- Mr. and Mrs. 'Tfoeman of LaCrosse PINE LEVELBy I.. required to appear to the bill (OFFICIAL, MEAL) A. J. Thomas HOTEL SOUTHERN
filed against him herein. This
Clerk Circuit Court Bradford
b ., were visitors here .
Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. II. M. McRa order to be publlnhed once a week County Florida. I-a 4t (-37 Hot and coidrunning water-Phone I-tI07-Euroa-a Pin
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Andrews Rosa Sweat of Waycroaa for four conmteutlve week In -
Bradford County Telegraph W. Adams St. at Myrtle Ave.. Jacksonville, Fla
of Lake Butler were visiting Ja.. Is spending a few days with The crops In this section are newspaper published In said Brad a ORDER OF PfBLICATIO'V! Rates
4 j Mrs. Andrews' father Cliff her mother, Mrs. E. C. Parker. looking well considering the dry ford County. AND NOTiCE TO APPKAR Single 75o and '1.00 per day
I (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Stat. of Florida to: Robert V Double $1.00 and 91.50
Harm last week. The Ladles Sewing Club held weather.Mr. Clerk Circuit Court. Bishop whose residence Is un. 'per day

V Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Crosby its regular semi-monthly meeting, and Mrs. Raymond Oliver Starke, Florida June 5th. 1941. known You: A FAMILY HOTEL I. E. CONE Prop
are hereby notified that .
8-' 4t 6-!?
of Starke were visiting relatives May 27. at the home of Mrs. and Mr. and Mra. Everett Oliver .fanda Bishop a* plaintiff h a.
V here Sunday. George Hazen. filed suit for divorce and cuetodv I r r
all of Jacksonville were visiting ORDER OP rriiLiCATiov' AND' of child In the Circuit Court of
V Mr; and 141'11. Wilson Lewis and After a social hour of sewing I Mrs. Alice Oliver Saturday aft NOTHM TO APPKAK Bradford Co-unty Florida, In FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
: children of M I a m I and Mrs, d lellcloua 1 i refreshments were ernoon. STATE Faclone OF FLOKIDA .TO: Florence Chancery, against! :you a". defen
Bturkey, Fleerve
Louisiana dant, case No. 1263. and hall filed
Years
Many
V T h e 1 m a Chaudoln of Tltusvllle served by the hostesses, Mrs. Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of care of "t.ayar ) herein due affidavit for the Issuance Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Rente
were visiting Mr. and Mra. Ralph George Hazen Mrs. A. L. You are notified that of this Order; and EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE:
4r Green Green Cove
Springs were visiting Robert W. Stuckey all plaintiff nan. Robert Bishop, are hereby requiredo
Hazen last week. Jr.. and Mrs. Earl Green. the bedside of J. L. Underhill : filed suit for divorce In the Circuit appear on July 7th 11141 it. um MODERATE PRICES

: Mrs. L. A. Mott and children Friends of Mrs. Cora Crews Monday afternoon.Mr. I'In Court Chancery of Bradford, against County YOU. Florence Florida court Telegraph and cause la designated Bradford as County the DeWITT C. JONES

and Mrs. Summers of High will regret to learn that she Is and Mrs. Arthur McRne Faclone. JSturkey, a.a defendant duly qualified newspaper to pub- Starke. Florida
cane Nn, 12 Springs and, Mra Hugh Rahn of very 111. R. T. Osteen Is still confined -

V Ralford were guests of Mrs. J. to his bed.

; t R. Mott Monday. Monday was a very busy day

tV Mrs. Roy McDavld spent last here. The people were picking

4't, V week with her husband In Jack pea okra, corn and five carloads -

sonville. of water melons.




_ Hampton Happenings' j r4 184B1HiT8I/J/jJ.V


By Mrs. M. \\'. Morrow Si'ECItLMEETING

CIVIL SEKVMT5 KX.VSLS: The city council met In special
session June 6. with i council

"V The candidates who took civil members meeting representativesof

service examinations I several the Florida Power and Light

,' months ago for the position as Company relative to prices and

postmaster of the Hampton office Information about street lights

received their grade this week. for Hampton. C. M. Moore district

Appointment of one of these can representative for the new

didates U expected by the first district which comprises Waldo -

f of July. since that date is the Hampton Starke Lawtey. and

; beginning of a new quarter Camp handing quoted the pricesof

NEWOMEBS: II.UJI>TON'I I the company for the operationof

From Birmingham, Alabama different wattage street lamps.

V Sergeant and Mrs. J. W. Mc.I G. H. Counce of Waldo gave Information a I

: Dowell. I I rei 1 a t Ive ,to existing ILFI III 1O1'1 V .
V lines and boundrlea.A I- V-.V'
From, Birmingham Alabama- V'- 'V < t V _
V V'V,, Vl' RIDE-Sensalionai"Sl! Spring
reading of the
contract ;
Sergeant and Mrs. J. W. Ryles.
From Gainesville. GeorgiaV 'I which ls to be signed by -city officials Illllh11LsiBrI : bring NEW RIDE lolw.prlcefield!
-
V Sergeant unit Mrs.. J. W. Brewer. and the power company, V ROOM-Longest interior greatest total
mada it clear seating width.
that
I only lights V' -'

UVKK DRAUS MCUCOMKHS: along the paved meet could be .: I I I 0 SAFETYBiggest hydraulic brakes most
.___ .
Beautiful and once widely advertised Installed without the city paying I P i --- Dtff11IIIV glass area for clear vision! .

Hampton Lake la proving I for the lines and poles leading to 11IIIIIlll\I o ECONOMY-Ford took first place in its

a valuable asset to our community the north and south sides of II I IlUIll1 class in the famous Gilmore-Grand Can)on

Many of the newcomers I Hampton. Under these conditions __ ____ fiflflhTllllffflhl lIHhIIllTffITIIITTJJTIP Economy Run

to village Hampton because have of Its selected proximity this to men ,and after power discussion officials.by council-C. C. -P "' IIJJJJJJJ1I1I11"/ / ////// _1 CD DRIVING EASE-Mbsc front seat head anJ

|kg room
,:"Z greatest seat-rise adjustment
the water. Sometimes those who Wynn made a motion that 3 lightsbe
biggest windshield in its field!
are near such a fine lake fall Installed at designated street

to give thank for Its .cloHenea Intersections.Since CD 8 CYLINDER.PERfORMANCE-Ford has

However with the advent of warm this meeting several citizens V r V V ___ the poly 8 cylinder-engine in the low-price

weather thla lake in becomingmore hove' offered to pay for ad. :: :- field. _

popular. both with the cltlxens dltlonal lights to help fill In the STAMINA-Ford took/rx'pi,,",in grutl-

V and the visitors. gaps between the original designated ./',' ling Argentine Road Race: -only M out of
places for lights. ..4" 98 cars finishing.
.f- ,
AT TilE V
rillKCHESChristian
Mlsa Ada Nimmo and Mrs Eva

Church: Rev. Jame. Dirt spent Sunday In Gainesville

M. Sandlin-Sunday afternoon and I where they visited Mrs. Flora V

evening service. Bell Brown. Marvin
and. Roy DIrt
4 Baptist Church: Rev. C. A. accompanied them.

Warren Sunday morning and J. H. Saxon. who has been con- '

4 ( evening worship. fined to his home by Illness Is Andrews Motor Co.

slightly Improved.Mr. .
; Marvin Blrt left
V Tuesday night and Mn.. C. A. Warren of _
on a business trip to Philadelphia. Alacbua spent Tuesday visiting STARKE, FLORIDABRADFORD -

Pa.Mra. friends In Hampton.Mr. .
V : J. W. Home
left I last
and Mrs. Hugh E. Sullivan -
I week-end for Retdavllle, 8. C.
had as their
V V where she was called due' Sunday guests Mr. F I -p
0 to the :
Sullivan's ,
V F
serious Illness parents Mr. and Mrs. I
V of her father. John
Sullivan of
Mayo a brother :
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JUN t 131941

BKAr-TORI COUNTY TKUCORAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE SEVIOlr '
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AROUND LAWTEY were graded at the Lawtey Farm:! their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs and Grace Dickinson attended employes who did not have health FF :kl'kl'cards
r's Market; Saturday 1.104 Ford, for two ''
I ITL weeks. Church In Hampton Sunday night. In their possession at the ,io ,

With Ruby Moore hampers$2.40 each sold; Monday for an 1,152 average hampers of I I Mr. and Mrs Horace Cox: of Remember Sunday School every time were sent home for;,; their t,"

Jacksonville! spent Sunday with I Sunday afternoon at Baptist ;
averaging $2.10 to $223: ; and I I Mrs. Cox's parents Mr. and Mrs : church. Every one welcome. card, or to the doctor', office yt 6 ,I
MARRIAGE WELLSn.LESLRRIAGH! LAWTEY POST OFFICE Tuesday 1,227 hampers sold for I to Only Wednesday
,EI\\\RJS Paul Dlnklns. Mr. and Mrs.Chester Everyone is cordially invited to to try secure one
1i'T OF JUNE 5TUrf IS ANNOUNCED RAISED: TO THIRD CLASS, $2.00 -thereabout.. I Vitem of Adel, Ga.. also attend Christian Untou every three out of four em- t a
ELl" AustindJ Mrs Ernest B. Wells
)" James S. announcesthe EFFECTIVE JULY 1ST. CIIILDR&.S. spent Sunday with the Dinkins. lunch hour, t le
the
of their marriage of her DAY KXEKCISKS: Sunday night at the Christian ployes left during a r
? marrla.ge daughter. I Because of the volume of business
Miss Lou
Edwards is
Gertrude to Mr. Martha, to Mr. Jack Bales of that has passed through the AT GRACE METHODISTA I spending church. 1 and may not return to work Mh w
place gene several days with little Miss Mar-
.Howell Edwards, Jr.. on West Palm Beach during the United States Post Office in Law. special Children's Day pro- Ian Brown, daughter of Mr. and II without their cards. raIn
'.!alii evening. June ofhLaw month of February.Mrs. tey during the past year the gram was''featured at the morn- I Mrs. Clifton Brown of Starke. Labor Gets AroundThe ro

pint Baptillt Church Bales la a graduate of fourth class rating (controlled by ing service a t Grace Methodist American laborer certainly Mayor's Court -,
\ Bradiord High School and has postage cancellation) will be discontinued Church ,Sunday, June 8th. The gets around, +
baskets filled with.onnl been attending Palm Beach on July I, 1941, and program 'for the service was as BIRTHDAY GREETINGS! To I James B. Hendry and Wilbur'Hushes. ; a

Fr raceful Lilies' and pink a fad! Junior College. the Lawtey Post Office will takea follows: Mrs. W. S. Clark and little received Tax Collector a letter C. A.from Knight Marvin has colored were convicted,' 1 .w

d ferns Mr. Bales Is a contractor in ,. step upward, becoming third. Hymn: "Savior, Like a Shep- Miss Marguerite Wainwright Waits of Seattle, Wash. askingfor I in Mayor's Court Thursday- ; a ensay
gladiOli
litlemwhite church West Palm Beach and the clans. herd Lead Us." who both '
raled, the young celebrate their anniversaries his title to a Dodge truck 29 for petty larceny, ana' ,4 ha b
the ceremony was per- couple Intend making their homein This new rating automatically Responsive Reading: Led by on June 9th., and to with license number 45-GH-382. sentence by Mayor
were given a
It Rev A./E. LlghUoot that city. carries a salary of $1,100.00 per Mr. I. B. Cody, Carl Edwards whose birthdayfalls '
by "That 43 means he his li Jr. of $23 nd I
for the got N. D. Walnwrlght. ,
year postmaster on Friday, the 13th.CONGRATULATIONSI .
Rev. Herbert
Prayer: Hazzard. '
byrke.dreg ceremony Miss, Paul Dlnklns Jr., who was a Since February 11th. Mrs. Joe Welcome 'cense plate in Bradford County." coats or 60 day hard l labor on BSE'J
Song : By entireChurch
the of to Mr.
graduate John Gorrle Junior Mr, Knight stated. "Mr. Watts
L. Harrell Jr. has been
)
played acting School.Recitations the streets, of Starke, Not having
pianist School and Mrs Louis H. Hill, who '
ee Edwards High of Jacksonville Wed- postmistress, following R. R. either lives in Seattle and came 1d a Ir.
elleae Melody" and "Traum-of nesday is spending the summerin Thede's resignation. Joe Harrell : "God is Good," El- celebrate their Wedding Anniversary all the way to Florida-as far the money they are working on l

"j and Mrs. Jack Brlggs solo "Be- Lawtey with his parents, Mr. is assisting Mrs. Harrell and at mer and Cleon Crews, on June 12th. away as possible and still be In the streets. Hendry and Hughes'"

ripe, sang as a and Mrs. Paul Dlnkins. times, when needed, another clerk "God is Glad," Ann Moore, Ada the United States-to work at I stole suit cases and other articles ''bb"J
? Is employed.Carl Edwards, Camp Blandlng; or he finished up : from'a' trailer parked on the out '
Austin entered the church dining room, where' Miss Austin's Wooten, rural delivery Accordlan Duet: "Whispering SUNNY BROOK FARM his work here and went to Seattle skirts of Stark. 4 !"'5J l I

the strains of Lolengrin'sds ) wedding gifts were displayed. route man, has been employed by Hope"-Lou Edwards and Alvin By Mis Areula Crosby to work on some other : t KrtT"1*,
She was at- Fruit punch and dainty white Government f"*" ,
Owrns. the Lawtey Post Office since Lewis, project. Paper From Cotton y''; \
In a sea-shell Iced cakes decorated with tiny Mrs. Alton Dobbs, Mrs. Merrill
At rate, It shows how
1922. When he took this position Primary Song: "Bringing In the any you SiX'
WroUered redingote, with pink rosebuds were served the rural deliveries were made only Sheaves." Tlnitrll., and Hubert Kelly were workmen "get around." Mrs Ruby Moor had a letter '
Tine white crepe many guests by Miss Easley Shu- hopping In Jacksonville Friday. Roebuck
wore a this week from Bun,
twice a week. Jim Rosier, is assistant Recltatlon'"hColng to Church, >
0L Herder ford, Gwendolyn Shuford Ernes- Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly spent of the
in and white acC to Mr. Wooten and has Barbara Moore and Gwendolyn Must Have CardsD. Co.. at the bottom page taftei
corsage I ofpink tine Moore, Lou Edwards, Caro- part of last week !In Lake Butler of which were printed these sentence .
been employed in this capacityfor Shuford.
lance roBes matching herM line and Betty Moore, while Miss a number of years. "This Is My Father's World," with friends and relative. I. Sigman sanitary Inspector .:, "This letter. is written lr b-J I t
Gene Edwards registered the The Post Office staff is not by the choir Hubert Kelly Is visiting relatives for the State Board of on paper made of cotton and 4!,
bride' only attendant and guest's names for the Bride's complete without i mentioning Recitation: Jack Walnwrlght In Plant City this week. Health, connected with the new demonstrates one of the many G ajtrt

,,1 of Honor was her sister, Book. Zonie Lee porter, who meets all and Alvin Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Thomas of Bradford County Health Unit, Is new uses to which cotton Is being I
(intent Austin, who wore a Assisting the hostess were Mrs the Incoming and outgoing'trains Song: Who Can Make a Starke spent Sunday with Mr. really cracking down on local put. Increased cotton consumption at
M crepe! afternoon frock, with Louis H. Hill Mrs. G. W. Roberts for mail. Flower!" Primary and Intermediate Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mr. eating places. Two places at means greater national pros
belts of braided whiter Mrs J. T. Witt and Mrs W. Frank Thomas which a reporter has been perity. It Is to tile advantage of

a white felt hat and a F.' Moore. W. 8. C. S. TO MEET Recitation Department.: Linda Carter Mrs. W. T. Crosby and son Ing within a week have lunCh-I I everyone to USE MORE COTTON .-" ,

of white Maman CochetHer Mrs. Austin mother of the The Women's Society of Chris Pantomime:" "Love Lifted Me," William and Mr. and Mrs. Frank raided." so to speak, :"' r i
accessories were also bride, was moat attractive in her tian Service will meet Tuesday by Marguerite WainwrlghUa Norman were transacting business r?

\\I. KB blue crepe dress adorned bya June 17th., at the home of Mrs. Margaret'Carter. in Jacksonville Wednesday

'!here i were Leslie Biggs and novelty pin at the neck. White Catherine Teare. Mrs. Jake Shu- Offering: Miss Doris Dyal Is spendingsome For Ford Sale and Service See Your Local ,t "
.H. Hill..aidelMohn's. accessories completed her costume ford will be co-nostess at this "The ForbiddenBook time In Plant City with ,,' '" "
Reading:
"Wedding:March" meeting. ," by Rev. Hazzard, friend and relatives i| Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located .

played as the recessional. Mrs W. H. E d wards, Sr., FATHER'S DAY SERVICE Hymn: "America"Benediction Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby. One Block South of S.. A. ,L. Depot i 4y'ee
at the mother of the dressed of Jack-
/I wedding reception groom, in a and Miss Arsula Crosby
J. H. Moore blue chiffon SUNDAY AT GRACE CHURCH with ''! roman
erf Mr. and Mrs. navy redingote over sonvllle spent Sunday I i
irilately followed the service lavy and white crepe, wore a Father's Day Services will be Doxology. parents, Mr. and Mrs. in: nitatffm
conducted at Grace MethodistChurch Pianist for. this special program tbelr'I' Andrews Motor' Co.
(ihe church. stunning navy straw sailor trlm- was Miss Easley Shuford. Crosby. i
i
me and white zinnias, Queen ned .wlth.a'white band. Sunday morning, June -,u Mr. and Mrs Merrlell
ei' Lace and Shasta daisies Upon their return from their 15th: at' 11:00 o'clock.> Rev.--Her; RECIPEOFITIIE, WEEKGrapdnaltOraase spent ,the week-end In Georgia
Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years
_4 the rooms of the lower floor bridal trip to Atlanta, Ga., Mr bert Haztard's topic will be "Re" Marmalade with Mrs. Tlndeir parent. I ,,

the! spacious: Moore home with and Mrs. Edwards will reside at member Father on Father's Day. 1 grapefruit. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA /41 '
beauty. A lovely Bride's the Ernest Dowling residence Intarke. The regular Fellowship Supper 2 large Valencia Oranges, Starke were visiting Mrs. Ines: ,
i graced the buffet I n the will be held on the church 1 lemon, Kelly Sunday afternoon. ,l e
grounds at 6:00: o'clock, followedby 1-2 cup lemon Juice. uwwaXYNIINaI"YIIaNAiNYIXWWaAI. .. ,,, ,, .. '. .IYWNIaNLIw.a1e" .'' '' ..IIIY.......,..,...... i1iiIiii iiiii YrwwswwalMWN..wala/ . .. 74 ? ei i
the evening service at 7:00: P. 0
Grind fruit after removingcores. THERESSA W5 1

M.ONCE Add three times as much By Mts. II. D. May .t a.,is
IN A MILLIONDan water as fruit and bull for twenty BUY NOWOn ,! #

Harley, Mr. and Mrs. R. minutes. Measure. Bring to a Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and

ffi'HRIR1IIJ A. O riff is and F. R. Carradlne boiling, point again and add 3-4 children were !In Starke Saturday.Mr. t r
Tuesday night saw a spectacle In of a cup of sugar for each cup of and Mr. R. M. Hersey
the Arena In Jacksonville that fruit. Boil for 25 minutes, and were in Starke Friday on busi Account of National Defense ,Orders ::

they probably will never witness just before''' removing from fire ness Our of Aluminum and Hard. u *
Shipment 4 ,
again-A double knockout In the add the 1-4 cup of lemon juice. Mr. and Mrs Carl Edward of \

Do Your Tradingwhere second round of a boxing match- This makes eight 1-2 pint jars Lawtey were visiting relatives ware Will Be Very Uncertain..' So We 'rtN +

featuring Tom Beck and Jimmy of marmalade. here Sunday Iw t
6 pieces Rogers Silverware are Reed. NOTE: If one-half' of this mixture Miss Margie Hall was Vial tine Advise You To Buy Now. .: ,>J i"' t
Is cooked ,at a time marmalade friends In Gainesville. during the .
._ given away, with everyf in trade R3im&
certificates. LAWTEY BEAN SHIPMENTSFor Is clearer and has a better past week ALUMINUM ', j t
or "
Are the past week beans, especi- color.D. Mr. and Mrs. A. F, Hardee PEKCOLATOKS AND DIUi'OI.ATORS'l w a t
RedeemedSMITH'S ally Fordhook LImas have beenat were visitors in Ralford Sunday.
10
rOD GARAGE their best, and Lawtey Is get C. Biggs: of Hastings was a Mrs. J. P. Dickerson visited hWPw.fpM$

Chooee STARKE, FLORIDA ting her share of the crop. Fri- Sunday visitor at the home of his her niece, Mrs. Robert Dodd at For Your Garden 'u,1,; 'i w t;
day approximately 1,051 hampers mother, Mrs. W. H. Biggs Mldlakes Sunday afternoon.
HOES RAKES; WEED CUTTERS AND :i'u( +t'' r
and Mrs. Charles Tatum Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dampler :
Mr. h
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'
GARDEN: HOSE
relatives at .
with
or Uel-and, alter spending the spent Sunday ,.
week-end with Mr, and Mrs G. W. High Springs. rf,
I
Roberts returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs. Frank J. Hen- .\' '3 '
i CAN OPENEIW. STEP; LADDERS. SCREEN ? : rMA
afternoon. Charlotte Ann Tatum firlcks. spent the week-end at ,i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Char- Crystal Lake. "' 11m. PRESSURE; COOKERS I't' I.iIatII

WL les Tatum. Is remaining In LaW-I I Mrs. Susie Hardee spent the
tey until the end of this day Sunday with Mrs. Mable Sul kt,
I WE CARRY DAVIS PAINTS w
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberts of livan. !
Tallahassee spent Sunday night i Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Sullivan ALSO SHELLACS AND VARNISHES $

with E. J. Roberts. were guests of Mrs Jessie Dr n- I i I

Lacy Futch returned home Sat non of Hampton Sunday. fc 1
Mt urday from Qulncy-: where has he Calvin (Hall and little son. La- .
has been located for some time. mar, Wilmot Brown and Richard : BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.'l"
Mrs. R. A. Grlffls and chil- Clark pf Starke were visitors here } l
dren. Donalc' nd Gene, left Monday Sunday. J. It. Carlisle, Owner Starke, Florida 5,41
Ii
for a visit to Marianna, where! Mr and Mrs. L. O. Johns, Mrs.

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[00,000 OWNERS HAVE DRIVEN THEIRWdAMTICo.LDSAfODILES / Jr "


per '

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fU1 tni7'g 300OOO.OOO MILES ./ an Old-Timer '; ; '

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1at's;!;;ht the eft.Left.Leftl! the only drive In the world % w, '011/I always I '; '
the chant of men on that eliminates the clutch d l
of dri/c -and the lament pedal completely-the only \l r remember i ..a
!NIb. s with clutches to one that provides fully automatic to ft ue
Irtny of But not so with the shifting.. You enjoy for its SMOOTH, 1
"atlc owners of Hydrathe world' simplest easiest iS
left feet smobllee. Their method of driving. You thrill "* MELLOW TASTE :t ir

at .,1 to are do.left with no work to new performance.You get N /. *",>*+*,. -: r a ?Irx
band, And their right new savings in gas. t"ur
ar old landmarks
e right Hydra-M.llSDYIVUOplb..1 Florida's ,
beon! No about it, HydraMatlc' "
" e-o- "h the steering I sothe coming: way to .t Extra Mod.l.Coil o.lor All ne4lHRo O.d.- r-- -..----.. and the old and gracious customs r d

krerI to no gear-s drivecome in and try itl I mobll* have yielded place to !' ,

manipulate."der\ -------------__________, new; But still bright in the ry
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100'000 Ofd. Booklet! / memories of old--timers are
Confidential ?
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Matie I
FREEl
owners are w I Wl tQ
COUPON NOWl those happy, carefree day $ tCH ;
buYenthusiasticl million In three I OLDSMOBILK SEND DIVISION, D pl.N.P.... La....C, Mlehl.<... I II'Oandred back in the eighties when anexciting
miles on the .. .,. I .
r. ortfInaflT Iou < o.< '
ado they have found new I .w.'r-I. ug.m.....roar IoD. t"oalar.r.rrd and'Ae.wrra .b..t ir4'..."'" D.I....- I excursion to New of good and golden'cheer since 1914. JAXaERS" eE
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drivingthe I York took over three day
.Wh, r NAMB.i i' > Beer i it a artful tangy beer made of tIl t
not j0n j 's.c..w ..when the first t
ranks of = ; by train
J ,
lreed"H i ADDRESS. choice American materials by experienced ; '
IiYiIrydraMatio.l1rlvere Steamer Cherokee,
STArs
i /1 Clyde '
CITT / American: brewmaetcr !! d
tic, ------- ,
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remember -
L. ------ steamed into Jacksonville, +
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t.Ch.od. Wlh.oe Noeta.lIT' Refresh yourself with a bottle of cool 1
WR / 2' 1886, to the
r/ 3 November .
sparkling JAX today( '
Wilson's Bat
of
booming I t

OiDsMBiE tery. Those day and scene have gone *Thi Frtetlmcn't Bank BuiUinf. tht' S. W ;., N N 10 N r r i

'down in Florida'i glorious past,, .woven tome of"""rI..nj Mom,dbuui 1975. ThtBanl + ,,
jntothefrnetapctryofplaaantmemory. ("'..OPI..IIpcr..cJI".tdrtln&. '. f MALEJ b? t j
1 ;
'ill' Just*inseparable a part of Florida'. Bureau. to Mack ihn/t .nj tnlfpiat. la thiHefioit. r +

pleasant memories i il smooth, mellow The"buiUmg mat JtarayiJ"by jut in 'You c r say a Aelr ..t

ORODE CHEVROLET CO. JAX Beer.T rymbol'ofhappyfriendshlp, J.PltoHoar.pllfrIMJ..1'ubtc."AhC". f ,lt/lp I

JACKSOH fLORIDAj ,,,. ,
JAX HEWING COMPANY ILLEf ,,, ,

Starke Florida .

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JUN 131941
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p a 1'AOE Kiofrr COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY JUXE IS,
i
H Miss Atkins Honoree FierstoneBoleaMr. last fall, Mr. Kittredge being connected 'lane, and< baa been teaching for Find Whiskey New Re-Subdivision grounds.*
i with Solomon l & Kets more than 20.years, at ',Emory Mrs. Pearce's (
At Bridge-Breakfast ''I and Mrs. Ernest C. Fler- Camp Blandlng engineers Academy and Junior College. at According to Sheriff A. O. An- Mrs. Bertha Pearce la openingup West Madison Is residence In at
r t around her! residence on Madison lot i
tone of Keystone Heights announce Oxford. and
Wins Lots Adklns was complimented dreu he and Melvin McKlnney home of Mrs. Eva
[ the engagement of their W. T. Clute, left Starke June street "Pearce's re-subdlvi- Lora It 319
4:45 M. in lot 4.
at P. All '
road : the .
and patrolman
Mrs. O. L.
Beosley
g d k by daughter Virginia Claire to Mr. 8 for SChnectady, N. Y. and returned Primitive Baptists alon," consisting: ; of a n entire ail-to to be rest 11 'lop'
.4 Mrs. J.ISiV. KIncaid last Friday|i John,M Boles of Ralford. Mr. June 11. He went to attend Tuesday searched the premises of block. sold.
1& mornln lat j 10 o'clock when they,,, holed stationed at Camp BIanI the funeral of his father I The regular monthly..meeting of I the Spotlight, of which A. Hart- The subdivision Is bounded on
entertained! with a I ding. John F. Clute, who died early Union PrimitiveBaptlstl1: ,Qburch, mann Is the proprietor. They the north by Madison, the south
brldge-break-I) Thursday morning, June 5, and located about five miles" northwest found three'pints and one half- by Lafayette, the east by Mon
fast f
4 4 forifhe'|, W. S. C. S. To Meet I II W&8'purled Sunday, June 8. of Starke, will be held Fri .pint of whlake/, and three half- roe and the west by Bay streets.
The |abe! was centered' by a pints of wine. They arrested
t day and Saturday. Elder 1.. Z. That is in reality two blocks
i + mlnlatu$ tree from which gar I The Woman's Society of Chrla- N, T. Rltch, who has been employed -i Folmar of Pelhara. Oa.,. Is ex- Hartmann, who. put up a $100 from north to south, and Mrs.
lands of red gladioli extended to'tlon Service of the Methodist for the past four monthson pected to preach, and In addition cash bond.Changes. Pearce went before the City
_ f w"'i the i;corners of the table, and i i I church will meet Monday after- a defense project In Madison, other ministers will be present.The Council last week requesting that
tour
|noon at the church for a program Ind., has returned home. He public la cordially Invited to Job South street-between Madison
the {' of the tree was' turroundeiji -, and busines. meeting. stopped In Atlanta at Emory University attend. and Lafayette-be graded and }
by different kinds of and Roswell Noegel, 'who has been "IWOM1L Vait
r I was accompaniedhome opened up. This! request was
fruits, :y'rieuta',1'' china completed I! by his brother, Tom Rltch. Injured In Wreck for the last six years employedat granted, and< W. M. Edwards,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garner and Carpenter's Drug Store, left accid
cojwrful of the
{ ? the arrangement chairman of the City Council,
t
children. Johnny and Andrew Last Mr. and.Mrs. I. F. June 1 to take a position as route
Mrs H. A. and Friday
Bishop daughtare -
hopes to get It graded while the
jiU.sslstlnK;! the hoatesaes In
table. '
f?? !; salesman for the Laundry
; will tomorrow to Nu-Way -
Owen move Mrs. Powell and Miss I Merritt of Lake City were on their Is the found
M serving'!:were Mr R. F. DemoNlgga W. C. I necessary machinery on
_ make i and Cleaners of Gainesville.
Lake Cutler, where they will I Dry a
4, rest all Mrs. E. L. : their/home in the future. Nina Bishop attended,commence- way to the bedside of Mr. R. F..'' "Too much confinement," ,
I Between course, a quiz called 'exercises at Emory Collegeat Merritt of Long Bridge, who was he thought, and he wanted to be four.l leaf
"A Flower, Romance." was con- Mr. and Mrs. W D. Sewell Oxford, Ca., where Harold at the point of death. With them outdoors for awhile.
j r' ducte%:and Mrs. I* A. Davis was 'Jimmy and Virginia Sewell returned Bishop has been a student for were their son-in-law and daughter Mr. Noegel Is not leaving clover!.
awarded high prize, a t lower' home Thursday night 4If he past two years. Before returning Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carrollof Starke, "however. His route will
,, plaque,. When the bridge game last week from, Iffatmrg where I home they stopped, at West Palm. Beach,and little be the Starke-Camp Blanding
a was completed it was found that they attended the graduation of d Charleston, S. C., for a short grandson, Dickie Carroll,.' nelgbbo ood./
?Sie! Mrs. E. L. Matthews had made MIA Gayle Sewell from the Lees- visit. The party reached Starke A few miles north of Lake If
4f;, high score and she was given a burg.high school. 'Saturday night, and'Harold will Butler another automobile, in you believe
1 flowed,plaque as prize. The host. remain,,here for the summer va- passing, sideswiped the Merritt in luck never
esiies :.presented the Honor &'Uefio'MIA1 Mrs. W. II. Nollman Is able to cation. PHILLIPS ELECTRIC
r tar, causing it to veer,'and.a doorto '.f.Q.
JAdklna, a piece of silk llngerle. be out again after a severe at-, awing open. Mrs. Merritt and 'SERVICE _rta wta mais itit { a & .''mind insuraatetyou're
,), ,tack of Influenza at ber home Prof. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Carl- Dickie Carroll fell out of the car :
*w BeBJHes'; the honor guest, Miss here. She left Wednesday for ton and daughters,' ;:Ann and onto the highway. Mrs. Merritt's keep4Lsk1Jx.lARas. hopeleu!
t, Adkln, those enjoying the breakfast .!Asheville ,N. C., where ahe will Emmy of Oxford, Ga., will spend skull was fractured, and Dickie Electrical Contractingand
:j ''jwere/ : Mrs. Fred Guy. Mrs. spend ten days. later going to Tuesday and Wednesday In Starke. was severely cut and bruised.
z' A. zM; Adklns. Mini Madge Mid' Highlands,,N. C. to her summer They will visit Mr. Carlton's class They are now under the doctor's Repairing Charley E. Johni
--v1 dletori. Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. home. mate (1913), Judge E. K. Perry- care at the home of relatives,
L. F.:;;Chapman, Mlaa, Jane Smith man and family, and- his brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lavendar. LIGHTPOWER Agency
"? of Orlando, Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kittredgewill H. A. Carlton, who Is with the -
{I}' K. Q.; Duncan, Mlra Evelyn leave the ,last of the week; Bradford County Telegraph. Mr. FILE FOLDERS.-92.25 per Phone 4 Lawtey Fla.FATHER'S > Sand for NLW booklet, con- Starke Florida
&&l l' Stump Mrs. R. O. Kldd. and :Miss. for their home In DAytona Beach Carlton 1 In a B. A. and M. A. grad 100-.BItADF0RDC0UI'TY taming dozen of.bright ideas to Im- 119 East Call Street
Abbl-,;,Harley. They have been In Starke since uate of Emory University. At- TELEG APIL rove your Powdqf.bakln Box Addru T. Rumford.: Rumforaking R.\* Telephone J
to 0"Ilh a

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'; GIVE, HIM AN

DAY JUNE I,5th EASY CHAIR:


; .0..f j \ $24.50Ottoman
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'' He's King for A Day Man of the Hour eo \ \ I Included


Pleasant memories of the past float up around him. He sees the gay 4' -,- -

ifi young days when a whispered word thrilled and inspired him. He ,

recaptures for a moment the throbs of pride he felt when alt' in a. BRIDGE LAMPS

dream he saw that reassuring confident smile as he met her at the $1.49INNERSPRING

t# ;;;' theatre. She was beautiful. The days that followed They fE. .

passed quickly. Life's mysteries were beautifully unfolded. The. ;/ lL _

thrill of holding that first undefinable
t'" little newcomer. The sheer t ..,m MATTRESSES
relief of knowing that work and talents_ could. keep loved ones se- $13.95

,cure. Building the house Making it a home Father likes. to. I I

remember So let's remember Father on June 1 5th. / ,I : .---.p.-. ..-.
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GIFT SUGGESTIONS: GIVE FATHER CLOTHING : DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

x'tr I .. .."' Call Street .... Starke Florida


r.... .. ... ... ... BOTANY WRINKLE-PROOF TIES ;', 1f ... ... .. ... ...-- _.._ ... ... __

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III i ELECTRIC FANS, READING LAMPS, $1.00 FATHERS DAY GIFTS


,F PEN AND PENCIL SETS, KAYWOOD1E ARROW AND WING SHIRTS -. ... -
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-r i PIPES, ROD AND REELS, FISHING + $l.Gp ,and $2.00 Rifles and Sporting CartridgesBy .

Remington
lI LINES BILL FOLDS CAMERAS STETSON STRAW HATS
II! Remington Pocket Knives

}'' SHAVING SETS. : '' $2:95 to $5.00 : Ever-Ready Flash Lights and Batteries

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', : -. CROSBY, ,; SQUIRE.&! If' Hand Saws, Hammers Rules and
-.- .. ... .... -.. $5.50 to $10.00 ,
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'Ma Auger Bits *
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i ,CANOVAPHARMACY&CITY ALVAREZ "
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,: DRUG CO. '. BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.

Established In
1894,

Walgreen Agency Call Street J Starke Florida *' "-CARLISLE Owner
,Call Street Starke, Florida
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IF THE OLD GENTLEMAN UKES Father Appreciates, and Always Needs HERE'S A FEW LASTING GIFTS FATHER


TO FISHWE Will APPRECIATE .

GOOD WEARING APPAREL

CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH TACKLE AND

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BAITS FROM ALL THE LEADINGMANUFACTURERS -
WE FEATURE ELECTRIC
t SHAVERS FOLDS
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P9 _._._ .. .... '" .. I WILSON BROS. SHIRTS i I, SHAVING SETS PEN & PENCIL SETS
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Rods ___.L______._____ $2 up I : CIGARS CIGARETTES
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I JARMAN SHOES '," "

Reels _',..__._________:._ 95c up I 'A 0.. ,". e : : MILITARY SETS WATCHES

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Lures _______________ 33c up AND'EVERYTHING'FOR YARDLEY AND SEAFORTH
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Cane Poles __ _____ 15, 20, 25c I .. ; SHAVING SETS. SHEAFFER PENS

.,,- --- FATHER '"

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EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYV. I ALEXANDER ,AND CO. KOCH'S DRUGSTORE

S.ST. JOHN Owner
Call Street and Road 13 Starke Florida, I Call Street FloridaBR"nFORf
CaD,Street. Starke Florida Starke

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