Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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0 Per Acre Pure,Be BredCattloTo ParadedOn : $5,174,821 More Those Now 21 Only 1 l' Local Bil Defense Armory To CouncilThe HouseI I City UndergoesWhir1'iiid ..), J.. ra a

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'Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday Register July if r" :'! ;::}1r. yardedCondemnation For BlandingConstruction Becomes Law Bradford County Defensi .' :." "\! I
,and ,Friday. June 24-27, perhaps All men, who have become .;, '.4t' .
-.. BOO to 1,000 cat t 1 ementhroUl'hout 91 'ell" /01 dagq; .,since October Council will open offices soon' tithe ,:.; a'r
the 16, 1940 most register with Uw Starke. Armory according to ; \ !. Mhe ,
State and Drive ,
several Service H. A.. Carlton W. M, .
score from Bradford local Selective Board Inman Says secretary Clean-Up r Alkll
will !
County, i ) *
participate In the annual "Pure between the'' hours of '7 >w nv Edwards custodian of the 9 Calf In tI

Bred Beef Cattle Parade according and 9 p. m," o.Tuesday July| I Armory has granted the use ol ,. '1 I rnl. '
Friday the 13th" was'a 1o L. T. Dyer. County Agent. Another five million dollars will 1, according to>: a recent announcement "1 think Governor Holland I Ie' office space there. Last week Call Street ?\

for Bradford The be spent on construction at Camp by President Roosevelt going to make a splendid governor The State Defense Council WPA business men were being j

i1 day that day the parade will begin as farwe.t Blan lne. Including the $27.500.-: All rrgl' ..tratloa In Bradford ." said State Representatlvi project to supply clerical assistance treated like house. pets' "J"! .

sty, for on as MarUana and will ex- 000 that has already been spent County will be conducted George Inman Wednesday In discussing to county and local council who have been ..very 1':1: ,,1 '

t I of a !series.of favorable 'and tend Bartow.as far south as Kisslmmee the new appropriation of $S- at the office of the. local board the work of the State has been approved; office supplies naughty. Figura. 'I yea

and judgments was Cattlemen may 174.821 will bring'thetotal' coal In the .Armory,at Starke.It Legislature which closed last Frt have been ordered; and soon two very. grabbed ;i ibackhalley "4
dicta enter and leave tlvelylthet-were 1 na'rf
the Jury and the parade when- of Uncle Sam's nearby training I..* estimated' that around day night at 10:30. "I know hit. or three persons from the WPA ;' Ied to 'the' ,f ca
ited by ever they care to. In a general ground for soldiers close to $33- men..n Intentions are alncere'and he hai. will be assisting with the big Job .. t-'i"I M N,
in 'emi- 180 young Bradford shown what A
Adkins letter
to the
cattlemen of !
Z. Brad
A. 000.000. at heart the best Interests of the that now devolves the I
je upon 1 ,
domain proceedings inuit ford County, Mr. Dyter stated: The new expenditure:; County have' become :XI since entire state, and Is at all time. Council. they had clone, and told'to ;, (I w (
t I; will be affected
October '
16fnd .
"You may Join It at Lake Butler "' clean it up .;
Court to secure bor- The new expenditure represents the order made very cooperative. The work will begin with the .
' by new "
(west end of town) at 7:20: A. M. The men who"were"do. ,
' right-of-way for several major undertakingsby Only one piece of local leglsla. tabulation and classification of .
and by Pnosldent'f'lt "In the .
pits Thursday, the 26th or at the finger" pointing. )
ise Highway No. 2 61I any the constructing quartermaster, Intern of National Defense" tlon was passed by the legislature I the results of the recent' volun '
other 1 andCharles
point. to It D. I: i Ifci
Starke to Camp Blan- expect join some of the work to be done by .. this year Mr. Inman stated, tary registration of civilians when were i
there and should sanitary '
n i to the con- like to have you contractors who will receive the and that was the abolition of the 2,300 or 2,400 persons volunteeredtheir Hollow'ay' l ; 'ranIeaW

r. In addition suit which was go with me. jobs by bids while some of It will Board of Bond Trustees of Bradford services for defense In Brad inspectors with'h. : 1'td':\

nation there The parade 1st under the sponsorship be done under the direct supervision Better DietIsAimOfFSA County. "In my opinion," ford County and will end only State ,Board"of 11

I by the County, otheri are "of the. Agricultural Ex. of the CQM exclusive of said Mr Inman. "It eliminatedthe with the destruction of Hltlertsm. working in I conjunction '&t> i

*present time five tension Service. Experiment Sta- outside lump eontra t fifth wheel from the wagon, So far about $75: has been donated with the new-born'Brad. ,:, JfordClay l "

I i in court. tion and. Florida Cattlemen's Association The largest single item of the and paved the way for securing to the work of the Bradford ,Health ,Unit ; [! ,.tlt

'ie first case was that of and has to do only with total is $2,158.705: : to be spent for right-of-way d e f ense highways County Council, which fund Is Patience exhausted by the J, j Ik 3

.County. versus Andrew "pure bred" cattle, Mr. Dyer the Improvement of access and Interior through the county." 'This measure about exhausted. Anyone desiring .. unsightly ,condition ,behind .' h

ion and Mary?:: Doe Lar- stated. roads a lengthy networkof Nutrltloiv off diets for'a placed the duty of the road to donate to the cause, pleasesee many Call Street establishments 110. ,

, defendants, *for the pur- highways already existing here; Stronger People-has become one and bridge construction of the Marcus F. Brown chairman; the sanitary' insped- 'k. ssKit t!

e of determining what, Improvements of railroads and of the most Important sectors: of County under the direct supervision -I H. A. Carlton secretary; or S. tors issued the i ultimatum.!' ''J s

pnsation shall be made Holland Summons Improvements to regimental beach the "Food for Defense". campaignof of the County A. Weldon chairman of the division "Clean up' or else--*"Their IY> ,; )a.sIaM

the defendants for the areas. the U S. Department of Agriculture I Among the many COa1mr..loner..j of Finance and Budget words were' civil,' but then4 f ; 1 a <

erty to be appropriated." : Roads to the artillery range will accord Ins;: to Clifford L. structive legislation tone was very very firm. ', .' ."' r, N

i jury visited the site of County Officials cost about $367,000 and interior Walker. county..;* u p e rvlsor of 1941 legislature are the following. HalfWay Mark Up and down Call Street ,. rr l lII.M.i

property-8.7 acres. The roads. and parking. areas will necessitate Bradford county,for the Farm as outlined by Mr. Inman: merchants who ,had thought ( \" j''I' V
((1)) A setting defense -
ndanta were awarded $87, spending $967,301 the Security Administration. t I measure up themselves too busy to keep 1'" ,
Below la copy of telegram received report said. The stabilization of With a nutrition unit to be or- I commissions also a very IMS)6IU
for their t : >Wu <
prop- clean J suddenly
nO acre their premises ; -
per ,,
here last Saturday by E. soil which in effect means the ganized In every, county tn the strict sabotage act, which will In USO DriveThe had ; > r'
W. Hayes, County Tax Assessor mixing of clay and soils with the nation, the FarmJSecurlty Administration help protect the property and found they a i i
be: other five cases now,in "By request of Governor I am sands of the campsite will cost pledged to take partIn lives of the citizens of Florida; little extra time, ,after all. '1 raa '

tare: Lucina M.:': Clark, advising you discontinue for time : about $447,001. This figure also the program. and will work In ((2)) The Governor's gas reallocation USO drive in Bradford Brooms and rakes w e re' 'fu

sie Bowen, J. T. Quigley being( entering of assessment valuations includes improvements, and buildIng Bradford county In cooperationwith plan, which will eventually County has gone barely over half brought put of. hiding. Garbage a

iI ID. Knight\: et al, andi for property on your roll. i of motor parks, service roads. other agencies. give Bradford County more i the way, Jos. K. Wilson chair- was hauled away' and in j ja 45, 55 '

I i Sams, et al. H.'further requests that you, the The stabilization project will include Regional staff members of FSAIn money each year to spend for man, announced Thursday. On a few short hours, the back' : llm (MKM

It t is the taxpayers'ey Tax Collector Clerk Circuit Court I the parade grounds and hospital the Fifth Region{ (Alabama road and bridge purposes without quota of $2,000 only $1.082 has alleys began to take"on an *

Ae) that is being spent in School Superintendent and Chair area. Some of this work in Georgia, South Carpllna and Florida any additional taxes for that purpose been raised. atmosphere. of epic-,and span 1yr I l

suits VV. M. Edwards; men of County Board and School an experimental! stage. Is alreadyIn ) have outlined the special ; "There Is absolutely no excuse ness that had heretofore been 'a
!Ie 5 ,
' Board attend the meeting House for the shortage, Mr. Wilson reserved! for, r e J vinated ; )
man of the Board .of progress. part of FSA In the program as Including ((3)) The old sge pension appropriation _
Chamber In.Capitol Tallahassee, The construction of 22 chapels : was so Increased a* said. "Starke has profited greatly "fronts.. ; I
nesday.ity) Commissioners 10 A. M. Tuesday June 24. This is another major item on the War 1. To increase the consumptionof to raise the average from around from Camp Blandlng, and "It oughtto I ."Cooperation :his 'been all that: \} :' Ii I

will be Important meeting for discussion Department's authorized list of "yellow" vegetables b y 100 $11 to $23 aid to the blind and go away over the top. I we could ask'Air..Holloway aid, ,,) car Ire tl

of general assessment and expenditures The total to be pecent. aid to dependent children 'were ,The drive 'will officially close I panting for breath,aft!rtbJUi, bad*- : ))1 row

ion Bus' Station collection of taxes, making bud- spent for these will be 1428,450: 2. To change old and Inherited also Increased substantially; : July 4, and anyone who desiresto alley blttskrleg.., .'h' ''cIi' : a.r 1 I Ir

get, and In general providing for and an Item of $22.000 will be food habits.): J.. (4)) The one-half of one percent add to the' fund may leave.his. ,The City-..*Stark..*..wholt ..., N, 'Par

financial support your county,and spent'for organs for the 362-seat : gross receipts tax was repealed,, tantrlbtrttoll"'WIt MrrWIlson.Sightseeing souled partner' the-most Intsa4slve 'e 4rrJ' I
3. To Induce .thllIe of .
Comolete echooll.Governor asks you Invite buildings This means a cost of ,' milk and vegetable. and othei"protective" eggs leaving the merchants to pay an and extensive csn-gp paatl3" i'I v t
each above named official in $1.000 for each organ. foods. 18.50 flat tax, and an Inventorytax Tours palgn Starke's 'business1":district .

his name and say full attendance Another major item In the construction 4. To supplement die's with of $10 per $1.000 for the At KingsleyIt has ever seen. A policeman. six 4 11at
, will be expected. (Signed) J. M. cost figure Is $87 .878 schools of the state. This was laborers and two trucks were) .

new Conway union ,bus genial nation agent here at Lee. Comptroller." for day rooms In the camp. This foods accustomed to which but farm which families are not are done for the protection of the Isn't every boat that extinguishes supplied to carry out the job, directed II a

Naturally full details of what Includes day reading and recre- used with best effects small merchants; a dangerous fire and by Mr. Blgman and Mr. l'
rating him the smile
praval of upon his the'' Governor expects to accomplish ational rooms for companies and 5. To work not only for produc- ((5): ) The State road patrol was rescues a drowning soldier on Its Holloway. ;-",1 I

: of his patrons own and conscience of his at the meeting could not be ,, batteries and separate units of I tion -distribution, educationand more than doubled, which will maiden, voyage, but that Is the "There will be no let-up" W.'I :!, I IM. IIM s rM. ''If

! wy-the Florida I Motor I learned, since Mr. Hayes himself Blandlng. bridging the gap betweenlow guarantee safety to motorists;; record set by one of the large Edwards, chairman of the City :,
" Corporation-as well as the I does not know. But from communications -I Between now and July 27, the; Incomes and need drivers license wan also Increasedby sightseeing boats just placed In I i Council said tn discussing? the'I .'!'

itlon of an ideal he has' and articles in the. approximate time that the Thirty- 6. To link diet necessities with fifty cents; operation! on Klngoley Lake by theFlorida campaIgn'' this week. "The cleanup ,,, 1

nJhrd since 1925: when he first i papers In the past the Tax assessor -' First and Forty-Third Divisionsand I fundamental needs like longer ((6)) The price of the automobiletag Boat Service, Inc. I I will be continued to the finish,
Field Artillery Mr. In-
.me connected with the bus' is of the opinion that all the Seventy-Fourth tenure of land which will develop was raised $5, which On the first trip around the and we must stay that way.I" {

lpIIIy In Starke. Tuesday he property will be_ assessed at its Brigade will pull out Fourth for pastures, soil enrichment and Im- man said he opposed; the only $5 lake Sunday aft. moon Capt. i I Without mincing words the f eI MII
maneuvers.he purchasedIs I
cash value. Hitherto of Summer lag that now may talk In terms \: M Ire
'!4 1 Into the new $4,000 ataI actual provement of living conditions Clarence TrowbricJge spotted a chairman began to ; I
I just' completed by contractor course, it has been assessed at Army Corps of Jacksonville moves generally.In for the model T Ford. blaze at the Lake View Cafe I I of "warrants" and "arrests," If' Ir.eI

lall. less than cash value. here temporarily for supervisionof moat counties of the region One Interesting thing about the which he promptly extinguished' merchant. and others 4nal.tedUpon 71':
brief field maneuvers. session this year I
be t i nation Is' thoroughly mod- However, contrary to expectations In order to adequately house garden seed has been bought for legislative the new electrical roll call and with the boat's fire-fighting equip- letting unsanitary conditions. i

mi has adequate drive-way of the uninformed accordingto these officers and men, additional the families through' cooperative Mr. Inman stated ment. A little farther on Capt. prevail. f" :
voting system the
< MMet
this will Trowbridge pulled out of the "It will be of ; ,
Mr. Hayes, procedure will haplaced
IItiel and emphasis
effort new
and to f housing facilities the businessof
parking extensions 0 expedited
space It greatly cleaned '
will water soldier exhaustion county If people will stay ,
but a
raise the j
, not mlllage and canningv
t It raising
a this the on of the
For the vote
most "
comfortable Malt will be necessary. the session as ) I
Edward. "And th 1
Mr. said.
swim the
It who attempting to up. *
lower It instead of the was :r
has convenient ticket of- rather War Department will expend e get a bles. Extension entire 95 members of the House .
. baggage requires Just so much money to will Include school lunch program also will be recorded In 30 lake without the accompalnment Health Unit Is dIrectly. responsible I e atal r
room, waiting rooma about 36570.: This could be taken and for It, too." I.s.nR I. '
both white and colored rest balance the budget. "The higher extension of fire facilities, tent sought as a big factor In better seconds. Instead of the usual five of a boat. "A few cases. of typhoid have ,' t4!r qa IM
the lower the Frederick W. Proctor (of Miami '
the assessment
118 for white and colored men frames and lavatories. It was nutrition. minutes. \ .
WOOlen, and the ventilation isParlor mlllage" and vice versa said Mr. not known just when corps figureson "Every effort will be made" ), president of the company, already Cove Springs been reported W* haven't at Ore had ea '
said Mr. Walker "to enrich the states that the boats. being used
to the Hayes. but It will be sometime
apace Just va- coming out Consider SweeperCity and don't want
yet. we
''d. around July 1, officers think. diets of the low-Income families at Kingsley are Greyhound ,
Starke Is one of the most healthful -'
i Wltlon Rushed here is an $180.000 on our program. Clerk Carl Johns was Instructed 11,, which were formerly used at .
to Mr. town. In the state If can
Conway- who w*
been with the bus company School SituationTo housing project for the SixtySecond "Although this campaign has by the Council Tuesday the New York World's.. Fair They only keep It clean," Mr. Edwards. r .. '

/ears, his sister. Miss Pauline Signal Battalion of Fort Ogle- become a national movement, we night to write the Evans Imple carry 40 passengers.The concluded. i,,: ('

II'IY. and Miss Margie Pate*. thorpe Ga., which has been or- feel t hat a. special obligationrests ment Company with reference to tours start at KingsleyBeach On several occa.tol18 leaders at ; {ferriwa

' ''y of Chlpley are the cour-: 'Be StudiedOut dered to train here as soon as the upon the Farm Security Ad a sweeper which might be attached In the day time and at (Continued on page eight) I,

" and able assistants In thefoprapiie necessary buildings are available. ministration."The to a mowing machine. Mr. Kingsley Beach and the Lakevlew ,V Au

ce. This project consists of constructing work of the 'FSA per Johns was to Inquire of the com- Cafe_ at a1lht.JamesJroward. '

of the office of the State 19 buildings 131 tents and hape more than that or any other pany If the City could secure a Meet : Ii i

) Department of Education In Tallahassee general utilities. Continued On Page Eight) sweeper on approval. Mersey I

Contest -from J. L: Graham supervisor This additional allotment figure ( '- .. _..._ .._.._. ,_.. ..._......h_ ..._._ ._ ,
,e to to have sent the I _. James Broward Hersey. 31, died II 4
Army Y. M. C. A. U hold- of school plant Is believed "
a photographic be specific -comes encouraging! construction cost of this camp to Succumbs To Moon Monday as the result of a heart \ a
contest tOt
f* All entries must be In information with regard to the one of the largest In the Nation.It Judy attack at the home of his sister '! 1 1'I'

true 24, proposed new $200,000 school Is already rated among the Mrs. W. H. Andrews near Starke. J.,.
and WIll be
the judged defense He had! many friends In Bradford l'I'!t'' 14
2Stb. Pictures will be building for Starke. largest camps In the country's And Corporal RipleyAs where he had spent his I : "W
containstwo County
and now '
to S. E. Sparks program
brought In. According ::1
!'lee Conteetsyanti divisions, a brigade I entire life who will recret to tM
will r halrman nf the County Board "complete to her denial of the marriage ,
prizes who was born in death.In .
Canova of his ,
Area Judy learn untimely
\I' D.whO the Corps .
fOllow. INitructl : received of troops, ;
: (1)) best portrait; of Public corps Starke (In spite of claims by In Honolulu where she Maa '
command units the station addition to his widow. Mrs'Mamie
trod interior letter from Mr. Graham Service of her wed- I-I'j'j
(3)( best can- a Jacksonville Ocala. termed the reports
( ) most beautiful last week a committee of about hospital and others. she explained that Lou Hersey of Lawtey, 7 iNMTe
ti(4) ; (5): most UnadlUa. Ca, and points west) ding fantastic survived his
is deceased Is by
of now
of PaulV. strength camp
of The '
camp Blandln ten men from the office she did It to "protect our 't. "j
*; ,(6) and to fame as a yokel who
rose of
will '
: soldiers mother Mrs. J. )f. Hersey
army has already 37,205: and more t'ssyw
Propaganda McNutt in Washington mothers. I 'J
< ; and (T) could baa taken another <
I \ here In the different yodel Jacksonville; a brother Wfcsley ,
In .
Itinerary. come want to shock his ,
an not
W-Ajnerlcan. Prizes will begun business. "I did
'1st and battalions fling at the marriage of J cksonvlll and three
Hersey >> ; j
section training :
@s. Photographic access defense areas In this be activated later. I (Unless, of course the whole thing mother who is seriously III, or sister, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. F. 't'1
and Is due here which are to( who didn't know of I
.. of the country several is just another publicity stunt my mother Merrltt of Bridge, and ,
. Into Some of them including 11. Long
* win be any time to look further romance with my plans for getting married !" j l ,1aI
a soldier anJT battalions of colored troops, are like her trumped-up Mrs. J. P. Hammock of Jackson
citizen, Starke's educational requirements. daddy. she said. 'I'lit :, I
a professional Charlie' McCarthy's /,
''V'Pher, and ; of the State now in this process.Staff United Press Is She returned because she ha |
an Miss It is the purpose the
artist Anyhow
: : Funeral service were held at ... '
rUde Ely announced Thurs- Department of Education and also responsible for the following blurb "four pictures and a number of ,* ..' ; Bfft
Board If IncreasedThe recordings to make," Mla. Canova 3:30: o'clock Tuesday afternoon V.
County fiction or
Bradford It publicity
of the be news from the Borea Funeral Home In .1 i.1I 4
and when the federal appropriation American Legion Recreation true romance: explained. Bowers I,'" ,
Starke with the Rev. Elbert -I
'* remodel and "But we are going to get together I J : ',
Selectee received to Canova, the "Hill-Billy ,
Is Its first addition Judy
Crop Center Received assisted by the Rev. G. E. I ,
... add to the old B, H. S. Instead j staff members this Canary" returned'' from 'Honolulu : you can be sure .
of of Hllllard officiating.Interment 1
Hodges ;
rest buildIng I added. "U h. can't get transferred -
old 1.
crop of Bradford razing the admission that she really
County of entirely week including well-trained dramatists with an I was in Mt. Zion Ceme- i iI .
; here. gotoHawaii. I ,
r.Tw:' report to Camp Blan- and erecting, a new one. social recreationaUst.I had married corpJamea, H. Rip-)' ."over I Miss Margaret Hoxsey. nurse :, ;1 wtlIw
Hutton Lee Clark. Paul New and an explanation that the tery.Pall
' dancers and technicians. Her with the new Health' Unit l '
1011I WIlliam Ripley was confined to a Honolulu -I bearers were S. M. County
1\ Salltord Edward Moody. Public Invited To Y I I members are Misses I Christine Hawaiian moon was the responsible head with a guardhouse because he had sey J. P. Hammock. L. Rlgdon with offices In the courthouse at; 'l1f; r" t
, Kirkpatrick WI)- Probette., Corrlne "I got hit
Ro.coe Ricketson. Nina official B. Johns and Starke. She has been wttli th, ,
: Parrish. o'clock Friday night at '* she said after arrivingon been "absent without W H. Andrew., A. i .
Elbert Cecil At 8 Horton. Miss soft moon
and Louise State Board of Health In .
will be Packard, leave" for night during Miss Fred Ilalslop. a supervisory I
Angll.s Y. M. C. Pan American Clipper from .
aopber Johnson and the Army will present for this a ;
Ricketson that capacity sine IS 34. an4'I' { l
. Columbus SItor-all held the first show to be given several monologues Honolulu. Canova's stay He protested ;
Jut. Camp week-end feature the night be got marriedbut came her from Tamp. Mis ,a t h., bas
I. Cl> soldiers from Miss Canova denied that was Church Convention
,k Locus and by negro she has successfully Previously '
that Honey received her In
denials I left training
by Miss Canova's 'Ii
rton .1 will be given '
, were transferred Blandlng. It onstage the marriage.Sh J
horn other Detachment -col- presented over the country that she had Army officials In a confused state. A convention of the Christian Harper hospital Detroit- -ar terd- ,
''7 bo&rd.I. for deNelson the "Service and radio. There will also explained said formal charges had Churches of Union and Bradford mer home-and. was also graduated :[: '

: to Moore received I I!ored." with Lt. Simmons entertainment In charge be a "Bingo" game, the main known Ripley In Florida, bel'home They been filed against no him and he was counties will be held at the Christian In public ,health, ;nursing, I l: sd r
: and renewed acquaintance -
t vport' but had enlisted of the troop The Is a "Tom Thumb" radio State, Starke June 23- from the College of ,William .
"for Church at and.
tap prUa on', held In the guardhouse Il 1 1
visit being
WI0* June I of a quartet. with him her
u. Sammie will consist Jewelers,
general donated by Edenfteld 29. Mary. Richmond. Va. ),y;!' ., I IC
Ocolored. of LawUy. ,was i dancer and a skit. The who have been frequent doners. to HawalL i Investigation. i'k f."

[ la Invited. ,
public C .r :y -i..

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tr! moved to Jacksonville from here. and Mr .
TUB Bradford Telegraph by contributing to the U. S. O. The money WITH OUR FARMERS During the course of the even- Sunday. R. c' Dam: Pkr h
County I
Nr you give will go to maintain clubs throughout Ing, blind man's bluff and other Mr., and Mrs. i

tl t KstabliHbed 1871WbUdbwl the country where these young men will games were enjoyed in the yard. daughter were visit/ reY' *

u' Weekly .on_ Friday*H'and" Kntered_' a* See-' find able and experienced men and,, women, E. A. Greea, 0 f Hellbronn to get Into the war. But I don't Those, present were: Bradley In Edd Putman Hall Sunday elk
Delbert Crews, Geiger
h" FU. of the nation's foremost ser- afternoon know whether it .is so or not. I Geiger, and JIIIUnIe
Mad dare Matter aiUbe Post Office s>t SUrlte representatives Spring, teat Saturday Frank Jordan, 'Bernard Jordan, dell were visitors

M ----- -- ".----'__ -- vice agencies, uniting their effort to providefor said the rain here was "just fine," know we've got war prices. And Gene Cope, Herbert Fillyaw. Saturday afternoon to Lay
I* ; hadn't yet had its not Just what you buy-lt'.
but that his section
L' & welfare of service ; Crews, BernIce McMil Mrs.
the men. Spencer R. B.
; when I everything! But the business men Lane
enough to "la,* the dust and
, ; AssodAnoNIt. Give-and give generously to U. S. O left home. Wj ',. haven't had as know best. I was here during lan, Willa Jean Malone, Elizabeth from Lake Park, Ca were chi
4-y = Cox, Patsy Cox. GeraldIne Cox Ing R. B. Lane
much rain as you have had here the World War, and I had a here Sat
1 ei Bea Cox and Mr. and Mrs
v In be-continued. "I don't brother In the World War. I Mr. and Mrs.
Helping The Married Soldier A. A.. Jordan. :Mrs. P. S. Crews, and children Johnnie A
know what It has done since I "One thing about the Camp out ot JackaonV\11e
And His' Wife Solve Their,Problems I Mr. and.Mrs. Gerald Cox. and Mr.. vteiting Mre. \
1 '"''I m. Matthew _____ JGthOt sal Owner; left home. here Mr. Finley continued. and Mrs. M. D. Young. Adkins parenti
-- A recent editorial in The Dixie, 'official Mr. Green has com, potatoes, gave a lot of people a good job- and Mrs. S. n. SWlndeU '
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SUBSCRIPTION MATH peanuts and bean growing ,but those who could do the work." BIRTHDAY PARTY Sunday..

$1 'Yearly $1.13: 8U Months. ,I.OI publication, of the Thirty-First Division,- on "the corn is suffering for rain Bernard Jordan,'son of Mr., and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. ;

1 the subject, "Jobs for Soldier's Wives," deserves the most right now," he said. "All K. E, Norman, who lives eight Mrs. A. A. Jordan, celebrated his relative In Leesburg'Mrs. lgar

ti What You Owe widespread attention, particularly in' the rain we want Is enough( to miles northwest of Starke on the fifteenth ,,birthday with a'spend- M. Hall. Mrs Suadap
L. n
T0 The U.' S. O. the defense-minded area of Starke. We wet the dirt. But it's going to old Lake Butler road. .Is still sellIng the-day birthday party given at Orady Williamson and J
take SOME water to wet the dirt.I around 200 to 250 quarts of his home, Sunday, June 1$. Dickinson were C
The U. S. O. Drive is now entering its quote: 'MEAN! It takes lots of water strawberries per day at 12 1.20 to The' guests and their host played Saturday. shopping Ia,S

i raised the offices of the DIXIE for But tie good Lord Is ISc per quart. It seems that whenso
1 third week and Bradford County has "Intq came a corn. games in the yard and house and 'Mr. and Mrs. R.

just a little more than half its quota ofIZ.OOO. classified notice which is worthy of more responsible for the rain;' he said. many became discouraged and later ate a birthday, dinner. Favors were visitors In JacksonvuH C.
quit because of the low prices,
Speaking of the war In the I given were big balloons.
attention than a mere inch of space. Some Mr. Norman Thursday.
East, Mr. Green said "If we do "kept a-going. Those present beside the 'hoet
+ It is inconceivable to think that we thoughtful person, capable of thinking fur- have to go over there on account Saturday afternoon during the were, Jimmy Bradley, Jimmy God Miss Ida Hagan was atte.
to business
Bradford his immediate need has of the Germans sinking an Ameri- shower Mr. Norman said: "This win'and In Starke FrU.il
would fall short in this effort-that ther than own requested Jimmy Frank Jordan., ernoon. )
I'm to do rain U Just right It couldn't be "
can ship, willing my
County would fail to raise its quota- that the wife of some soldier.sta- part." Watching the large numbers any better!I'? His entire crop Is Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Godwin and Mrs. C. Sullivan Is very i

the county, that' has benefitted most per tioned here apply for a position in his homeas of Camp Standing soldiers suffering, but "the field corn was son. Jimmy, were shopping In a Jacksonville hospital

''ri ? capita from the National Defense than any helper. walking up and down Call street, suffering the worst. h e said Jacksonville, Wednesday of last Her friends here wish
ry he said: "But,tt looks like we have "What we have had has been week. speedy recovery
in Florida. "The offer includes moderatepay
ether county a room,
enough soldiers right here to good, but not enough yet. If It Mrs. J. E. Townsend and
Many have already contributed, cheerfully Sundays off and the privilege of hav- whip 'em If we have to go. And" keeps on raining, we'll be all Joe, left Thursday of last week Garage ApartmentJ.

and generously. Others have not yet ing her husband as guest. The telephone he continued. "I believe every one right." for Wauchula where they will L.

,, teen contacted by the volunteer workers of number is 121, Camp Blanding and there of them would stand up and fight It looks like the sinking of the spend several weeks vIsiting rel garage apartment Simmons Is bulluui I
till the last. I know I would. American behind his
lead to
the. drive, and it is to these, who have not more information will be furnished."It "But I don't know much about war," said Mr.ship Norman.might "We don't atives. dence on) Madison St. i H

1,1L lh ;get given, that we address the following is certainly a fine thing to see that the situation" he continued. "My want much of that, do we? You Bernard Mrs. C.and A. Jordan Frank and sons, tamed a building permit In
Jimmy and amount of
thoughts: some people appreciate the worries of the eyea are bad and I don't read know what I hope and what I Mrs. L. A. Shepherd were ahop- $500.

Would lend a soldier or sailor a married soldier. There are hundreds of much. There are people with better -I I really believe Is.' that If we have nlnl, in, jAnkimnvfllA Ttiimjfov. -
you -- ------------- ------- --
education who know more to get Into the war, we will win. Mrs. Calvin Johns and brt.
i took or magazine to read, when he's off cases of men in this camp who have to than I do., I'll let them decide But I'm just hoping that we last week. Harold Glasgow, and nieces,,]

I ? q etety? struggle to maintain a home for their wiveson that question." won't have to." THERESSA garet and Georgia Gilpln left]

Would you give him a pencil or pen an army !salary.! There are few decent- "The dry'-weather la hurtingthe By Mr*. H.,D. May day for Senath. Mo., where |

+,,; asd. paper to write his mother and let him jobs open to women in this vicinity."If com,* said G. L. Kersey, last FLA. STATE FARMBy wTO visit relatives. Mn

''tt,4t ; friar your desk and chair? more people in Jacksonville, Starke,I Saturday. Mr. Kersey. who lives Miss Mary Townsend Mr Starke. J. J.Friday.Mr. Zelgler. was a visitorto is an efficient operator In

{ $ Would him smile and other five miles North of Starke, continued CHICKEN'SUPPER local telephone office and t
you give a friendly Gainesville, St. Augustine sur- .,, and Mrs. Parker Dampier now having a two
week'iloo. <
wri handshake when he's lonesome and rounding towns would remember the pres- : "The com Is still twistingup Last Friday evening a chicken of'JackaonyUlewere visiting Mr I .
and wilting terribly. It had supper was given'at the clubhouse
MM?: ,sure these couples are under trying to main- begun to sprinkle when I left for the purpose of raising .

} $ Would you direct him to clean, wholeMate tain a home it would be certain to help in home. We got a little moistenIng money for a play ground to be I For Ford Sales and Service See Your L

f ,v.a ;entertainment and amusement when quite a few cases. sprinkle yesterday evening. If built here. The supper, which was Ford Dealer At The Ford
it rains like It has rained here. It OOc a plate consisted of chicken' Garage, Locat
k Ilia.day?& work. is done'tWould. "Many soldiers here are married, some will help for three or four day."I with all the trimmings and Ice 1: One'Block South of'S. A. L. DepotAndrews'

.. you listen to his problems and unable to bring their wives to this vicinity, he said, 'butjust to rain a little cream and cookIes were served i

offer the' same sympathetic help and advice some struggling through in order that the and stop does more harm than for dessert. j

he would find at home? couple might remain together. This is a good. It makes it start a surface After supper a meeting was Motor C
root, and the hot sun scorches held wherein <
Would, resent seeing him pushed and is natural that those present gave -- -
y you trying period, it only the corn. Continued showers are their opinion on the subject of :i. *. ;

', ; round" gypped at every turn, welcome only two people who are married are going to good. Other vegetables," con- the play ground. Impromptu Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years

,m jook joints and there, just while his make every effort to see one another as tinued Mr. Kersey'* ," are not as speeches were given by Supt. L.

,r money lasts? much as possible. bad much as more corn. dry Beans weather can stand than F. Chapman, Sanford Ritch who, Phone 118 STARKE, FLOR
Is chairman of the
"t! Would like to help maintain his have play ground
you "These women many of whom corn" committee, Jim Ritch, Rev. L. A.

?i Y Morale, like to give him encouragement and never had to work before, are not too proudto Turning to the war situation Shepherd, J. G. Godwin and two

keep him straight? seek employment. They are willing to Mr. Kersey know remarked whether the that hedidn't representatives of the local Boy 1. .ua
Of course you would, every American take jobs in order to be with their men, andit would reach us or not. "It looks Scout Jimmy Troop Frank JImmie Jordan.Godwin and ENJOY AN EVENING'S

.t worthy of the name realizes that these boys brings a cheerful feeling to see someone like It Is pretty serious, if there About fifty attended

deserve the best we can give them. trying' to help in this effort. la not a let-up loon" he said.."It this delightful affair.people ENTERTAINMENT:
looks like It Is coming our way. :.
These men' need clubs ... places where "Perhaps some employment bureau England cannot win the war SCOUT NEWS v

?i t .ay can go for rest and recreation might be started to help these couples in against Germany without help. I The local Boy Scout Troop held Bathing, Boating, Bowling, Billiards

1 places where they can relax in comfort andreafy' their attemps to make a go of married life, think we are going to have to Its weekly meeting at the club

help her good and plenty." he house, Monday, June 9, under the
feel at home where they can en- perhaps more people can be brought to rea-
said. "If we can help with men And
supervision of Bryan Many Other
Wbltflefd Sports
4 'I ui good companionship places where lize how much good they could do by fur- and supplies, It looks like they Scoutmaster and Rev. L. A. Shep

,, they. are truly welcome and can find helpamd nishing employment for these women who could win." herd. ...

I advice if they want it. have never received the recognition they The Scout oath and laws were
"This rain is to
You can give them all this and more deserve." help given and later Bernard Jordan BAR-B-Q TRAILER PARK
4f,1 saId G. W. Flnley. who lives one
and Billy Overstreet were selected CHICKEN DINNERS
mile east of Starke, Saturday COTTAGESGOOD
as representatives of Troop 104
L Letter Box Crime Marches On-- Several employes and other spec- afternoon." "My early corn went to go to a Boy Scout Congressnear SHRIMP DINNERS' .
tators were standing near-by bad. he continued. "It It had Jacksonville for training as FISH DINNERS' FISHING

During the ported Jan. 1 to when, suddenly, as if someone rained about a month ago. it official patrol leaders. The boys COLD DRINKS BEER ON TAP
June 10, 1941, 336: would have saved my other corn. .
had struck
persons were a match to
. see will leave on Wednesday, June 18,
.K P. O. Box S34
Rain helps the. late
ushered into the 'corn. I'll
Mayor's Court whether not he had
or for
any gas about a week's stay at the
d; Starke, Florida as compared with 44 during the In his tank-BANG! and the make about half a crop. If it camp.

' T. the Editor, same period In 1940, according to whole end was blown out of the rains .before the corn shoots and KINGSLEY

Bradford County Telegraph, Mayor N D. Wainwright, Jr. drum. tassels" Mr. ( Finley stated "it! WEINER: ROAST BEACHLAKE

4 ; SLatke. Florida. This shows an Increase of 800 The report of the explosion was comes out all 'right. After the Thursday evening June 12,
percent, and does not Include both heard tassel sheds ott 1t doesn't do any- ,Jimmy and Leslie Bradley entertained -
Dear Sir not only by all the -
Knclosed will please find the little ones\ and big ones that ployes at the courthouse, but also emt their friends with 1 'a FRONT AMUSEMENT PARK]
got away I Referring to the war, Mr. Fin- weiner roast given at the Bradley -
m. tew lines that you may wish to by many further down tow n. ley said "I heard '
: the other ON ROAD
Monday afternoon 18 After the day home. Guest of honor was 48 NEAR CAMP BLANDING
seer la your publication. was all over, that the United States
V you care to do so, I offer It were fined In Mayor's court and Mr. Allen went on with hIs weldIng was about Bradley Gelger who recently

t te say fellow workers of the I three remained in Jail yet to be -but a little more cautiously, .

l Sath who helped. build Camp tried. and after thoroughly washing the

I' .....Ine. Among court the number were four fined taxi-InMonday's gas was out hurt.Building of the drums. No one z axe el an d %ne /ene J.-_

Cuotl-Bye Ctwnp Blandlng cab drivers, who violated g
a We Tanks" came down to Dixie
regulations regarding taxicabs PermitsC. u jtzay 9ememfe
to help construct ,a camp Two of these were from Larry'staxicab ,
Te. met with g
us open arms at '
. company, one from the A. Knight, five small negro
the old
; i refreshment stand.
Camp Blending cab company and houses in Reno, $2,000 June 8;
: :
Jfrfendshlpti were made that will
fjAs one colored cab driver. W. A. Cook, concrete and wood
stand the utmost strain I (2
sandwich stand on Temple Ave.,
iM the whole world will
recogafae' Deeds Filed; $3.500. June 9; Permit to the __
that united we stand
Western Union t. o erect poles
George MoBley Jr., and wife along Madison street from

,.4; !lr South abounds and teems, Ethel Moaley. to O. W. Mo Iey. the S. A. L. railroad to Court

Noth OU Griffls to E. F. Conway. Gulf Oil Co.. $1,000 for. Installation

S. come up and look us over May 31; Theodocla Hendrix and of 13,000: gas storage tankat

when you feel like sallying husband T. B. Hendrix, to Mrs. the bulk station May 30; F.

""t.ILW. Pauline Torode, June 2. J. Pellum, $650 for frame residence IrrX
." do our best believe me, Rebecca Bryan a widow, to June 2. t
': l Warn to make y'all feel at Gaston Lalanne, June 3; George B. Jacobs, two-story frame

home. Moaley\. Jr.. and wife,. Ethel garage apartment. 24 x 30 on CifYY

:r.Jut can't say any more, y'hear Moaley, to G.V.. Mosley of Clay home place. W. R. Nelson, con- 1 '

well.awrtght-So Long.R. Co., June, 6; Carl Johns and tractor, 92.000. June 10 (building
F, J. Cogan. Thelma Johns, his wife, to Lindsay already completed); :M. M. Ray- :'' ''''''' :'
Griffls and ,.. {i./1: Nt" p tlyr a.
Ruby Grlffls. hus- bin. concrete store building on ,. ""- .."' .. q ayr
t band and wife. June 10: Joe Frigo West Call -* "' 'f: '''r. '....." t' )$ >' "" '
street W. R. "'." "..1l
Pearl Harbor Nelson i { ,
Oahu :f
r' -
Territory of Hawaii and Nettle FrIgo to Easter Wilkinson contractor $3,000 June 10, building ....- ..G"--J_, ,.,,-..*_;.*..;fc: .. ;.. i1t .. f' }..,, / vo54.F ..n"r
June 10. 11-1ifi.: "' .
-- ...
Mradrfortt: County Telegraph, I well under way; U A. Davis :; ...
t ....... Florida. Mary F. Sllcox a widow to B. two-story frame garage apart I

,. Dear Friend: I, Ellington June 11; Thomas J.Murrhee ment on home place $1,700. June Here/s- an Old-Time BEER
a single man. to W. H. 10. .k
I oat received your card. Inning Green, June 16. .
Annie $50$
1,, feee IIQ' subncrlptlon me of' the for expiration the "Old on on the W. P. Smith frame office shed lot, youM always remember for its' smooth. mellow taste Cyeayr

a y B.re'Town Paper." I appreciate Surprise Explosion June 12; L. F. Dlnklus, garage 'ow ,.

..,i t'1a.' tai Information very much be- Ira Allen, an employe at the frame apartment of concrete blocks and Florida early scene have gone down in its pageant of progress Few '

; ea.ow If'I were to miss a single Temple garage was welding a on lot T, block a In the landmarks are left to, recall those first good day. But fixed fast in the 11101
original town
,;, 0IpJ''. It would b4t like not get- faucet on a 03-gallon gas drum June 12. of Starke, $1.500. minds of old-timers are their memories of that glorious day in May 1888, YA/L

.r.t' ,' .ie a letter from home. You one recent Tuesday afternoon.the when the Knight of Pythias gaily inaugurated the .oon- efUDct ;" aid 1 +

r" *. bet your life that when mall JUST"You RtTNGRT Jacksonville Mayport and Pablo Railroad with an excursion to Burnaide -' ,j I <

1 c.- Is sounded aboard ship I Inside information on prac- look sweet enough to I Beach i of joyous Gala Week,Jacksonville1 Mardi Gras. started back __________
fads, holiday routine until all tically every happening. I would eat... UQ.'97. Florida's old day, old scene are gone forever. t u

tar IIIWS i from the old home town like to compliment Carolyn, for He whispered soft and low.' > Butthebr& bond ofgoldaacheer betweta "
KseMauwd. her "Carolyn Callstreet" column, "I am," she said quite Florida'.pa.t arri present i*

I lure been away from Starke and fine presentation of the news. "Where do you want hungrily to JrO?" smooth mellow JAX Beer. since 1914 symbol of good fellowship,.,her- ../001.. Sneer;Jactu.4le oil eki sea "t d"einrdiecriminatingptoplegather.JAXBeeriea.parklingtangybee / *
Enclosed I
am hoping that nude T.eroffa.eboetl589.Theuraraar"0i
fakirs February.. 1939>> and the you find a Buck and -Eltchan&'e.ADDINO American material by y, ;
"llsl Home keep 'em experienced American bnwmastcn. A Wx\ l nr.ea, ism ud oe rKti P '
Towner" haa really coming for the next six months. > For Afwr.r....... 11M J 1<<1"'"' '''''
a downright
: PAPER ,good refreshing -
... treat bottle of .
-.c enjoy
t *' Informed aa to the. a JAX today.JAXttElll "
Sincerely: ..bloke 1""
.., +.l' yours.Forest I r.Ua ISo-BRADFORD omd fi rc dnaroyed oWw'u.
aasazea made. As for a"
getting all J. Crosby COUNTY TEUCORATO. I C S M .1' Jasks.IvIIle| FUrNa e.eausn.6rbneda, 1897JUN Hv
> .. .. tawutj Damt'':.NwwlAl'1K{'"Jk'


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1T. JUN 20,1941 _


Gill' THW deed to Issue thereon In accord I you [ II":: :"
<:I"C"'" 'L c.n11IT 0' anoe with law. Bald certificate ..m. WITNESS hand In Kmlnent Domain Proceedings. I.. I NWVi, ft part of WU" of NE<4 W Cornelia Sam. whose. place of to the South boundary .; I'fe.t
:," ..t D.CI .....OR.OA. IN braces the following described the Circuit Court my In a* Clerk of sued en the 22nd day of May A. of Ry NEJ COl'f SEiof NWW residence t. unknown. Harrison said NBU of HW* *.t_-,. : : '
4, 0" VOIJNTT.ell"I''a:8 property situate I In Brad ford ford County., Florida and for Brad D. 1941. In the case of Bradford' See. 28 Twp. 13 Is embraced Bam, whose place of residence.. Is point el0',f.t W*>. .f tb*> "4 ''
B'HPFORD Florida and the seal County a political subdivision of 'Crtnier": No II -
: roe' County to-wlt; of said Court under (23. unknown Henjamln Sums whose corner thereof said land em' \
; \ West 76 Ft. of Lot I of B1K 4. May A. I). this the 22nd day of the State of Florida and W. M. All (II) lots Blk 30 Peeks Addition place of residence 1* unknown, Sam Ins S72 acres mor .ZeC, f' 'f.1

$ !!CO'I Town of Lawtey W of Railroad. Bradford unltu.FI at : ark.. In Edwards Chairman, T. C. Chas- to Stark In NWVi of 1'4Wt4 !>ams, whose place of residence:. I* PARCEL NO. 1. ,;, :
I FIJIflt1 t1 FOR DWORCEWtI6ht Section 23 Township 8 South! (OFFICIAL SEAL ld taln. J. U Wynn M. 0 Harrelland N of *th., fit., 8ec. 28 Twp. 6 a: II. unknown Lee Bams, That portion of Lot l' "f. -. *. I

,. 1 8cott.verendant. Range 13 East. Clerk of the Circuit) A. J. Thomas P. D. Reddish. as members 22 K. la embraced under CertificateNo. of residence In. n.etJn:: : to plat of I.awtey-Eaat :)*ev ,
The assessment of said property for Bradford Court In and comprising the entire Board of 247. Sams: ., whose place. of residence Is lug within 100 feet of th *.aI' it

,r. r1ILlCATIO"iF under the said certificate InHued T. Frank Landrum County: Florida. County Commissioners of Bradford Fracl Lots A. B. C, D. of 8': '. unknown, Mabel Kelly whose place line of Stat Road II, !*>*> *

'" 01"" was In the name of W. L. Over. Attorney for Petitioner County a political, subdivision of Wynns Addition to Stark, 28 of residence. Is unknown. Ida Rutherford .. said ntrlln4 t I i ."
FLORIDA wtllGHT SCOTT street. STATE OF the State of Florida petitioners, Twp. 6 M. 1II E., la embraced whose. place of residence Is scribed as followei I '
iSJI"F.LYS; : the .worn Unless Bald certificate shall be COUNTY OF FLORIDA vs. J. T. Qulgley, et aL under Certificate N.,. 403. ('Callahan Florida and to smother the West boundary I '

appoarlnlr flied from In the above redeemed according; to law tax I. A. J.' Thomas BRADFORD WITNESS my ?hand and official KH: of !SUV; Hoe. 6 Twp. 7 8. R. unknown heirs at law devisee. B""lr Lot on 60 at a point a.* t ''If J I
deed will Issue Clerk of the I seal at Stark. Bradford County. 22 J;.., containing HO acres. more : it
or cornplalnt hat the .p.clflo thereon on the 7th. Circuit Court of the 22nd" legatees and llennrs 0 f Marion Booth of the NW corner .. ,".
ie4 cau.. I of EV I y itht day o' July A. D. 1941. Circuit In and for Eighth Judicial Florld.i 1941.this day of May or ""Nol.1* embraced under Cerlificate Same, deceased. : Robert Franklinand said point being on the I '

of r.oldenc. Def.nd.nt a.cullrl1 Dated this 4th., day cf June A. County Florida, do Bradford. i/ .' 466.The Rochell Franklin his wife, curve having a radlu of KjtHajnl t"
the hereby SEAL) J. ThomasAs I
certify OFFICIAL A. ,
8<"011. known to PaITtJ D. 1941. that the' above assessment of the said prop whose place of residence I 1. Lawtey, feet tangent bearing. .t *
I. and foregoing Clerk CircuitCourt. Bradford ,
8tF. Wat.r- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S. Thomas Is a true and correct 6-J1 erty under said certificate No. 286 Florida; Wlllard Kettles. whoseplar point" being South 74 \ '
U' orcharel that ..Id n._ Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford Notice In Kmlnent Domain copy of the County. Florida It I." was In the name of B. F. Kauff- I of residence Is unknown. 47" East; thence .$ ... I \

NeW' York the: a. of tw.nty- County, Florida. I-I 4t -J7 issued on the 32nd Proceedings man; The. aaaessment of the said Archie Kettles. whoae. place of resi along said Our". to right | I "

'nl I I. over that th.r. I. no May A. 1>. 1941. in the day of property under. said. certificate No. 1: re..l.I Florida, C. T. a central angle I degreeS .. I IIU..I '0i
sr and ot Florlela.rI Bradford County case of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 114 was In the name of D. UaviaThe : whose place of residence; feet to the Kat .. I II
81.t. a political
In the upon whom IN CIRCUIT COrRT. BRADFORD dlvhrlon of the State sub- TAKE NOTICED: THAT one 1984)) assessment. of Bald pr"p.rtyIInel.r Is Lawtey. Florid. Harry Kettle of said It 60 .t a .. t. 1
of ..ubpoe" (COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHAN. of Florida Ford Coup. Engine No said certificate No. 816 whose place of resIdence I .l
.Id er.nel.ntIB and W. M. Edwards f :"fl..t. : : : was un South nf the cr...
4 bind the ORDERED that CERY. T. C. Chattaln. J. L. \. Chairman, bearing 1941 Tag No. In the name of The 5. B. HubbardCo. known, Neoml Kettles, whose placeof PARCEL NO. i 0.
tiER&DY W r I .. b t Virginia Le Woolley Plaintiff Harrell :yntn.. M. O. 11-3368. with an appraised value of .! The aaaessment. of the said residence I is Lawty. Florida, 4
and P. That portion of the .1 '
p.rendant. r.- '..Harold WooJley Defendant. members D. Reddish as less than ",&00. was selaed In property. under said) certificate' No. Mary Ruth Kettles, whose plan of CI.N.. ,
la Nrth *
H phI h.r.br U oflaint .On Monday the 7th day: of July Board of comprising the entire Bradford County Florida, May 31, 114 we In the name of Michael a of residence I is Lawty. Florida situate shown plat *jTLawteyUast J '
to County 6* pon
Lot *
app.ar A. D. 1941 the defendant Harold Commissioners of 1941 for being need In violation of Ilejolo' Kettles to a \
to above .n- Bradford Sproule; The assessment of the said whose place of .
the Mid
rued In Woolley. whose residence County: a political sub Section 9. Chapter 19301, Laws of residence ..
Is Is
th. PlalllUff lit division property under said certificate No. Lawtey, Florida. Mary oenterfln 51 I
whereIn Grand Avenue of the State. of Florida, Florida 193*. and that It Is the Intention Kettles 100 ft of the
Branch New
rau. ellvorc. from the Petitioners, D. 383 was In the name of A. A. Herring place of residence Head 19*. Protect 6602. said -' )1
vs. ES.
'Ii ob.ln a Wright Jersey is required to appear to WITNESS hand Knight et al. of B. W. Scarborough Director ; The assessment. of the said I I. Lawtsy. Florida Alhrook Kettle terlln being dorlb4 (MUSM I Iover \y';
; 8cott.1t bill' of my and official of the State Beverage Department ,
ndAnl the : the complaint filed against seal at Starke property under said certificate No *, whose place of residence I I. and portion u4 SBlAwtyEaat "
,otherwlce the i him herein. This, order to be published Florida this Bradford County: : of Florida, Tallahassee 182 was In the nan of J. C. Kfroinson ,, unknown. Ruse Hud Kettles, whose aro. .a* follow*: .
". once each week for four 22nd day of May sell the properly above The assessment of the said place of residence I I. unknown and Ild. J
saId bill will b* 1 A. D 1*41. : 1dto. ; Begin on the .., t>on consecutive weeks In Bradford d public sale In frontof property under said certificate No. I to all other unknown heir at '
De- ,
ifSftfaS* .by the .14. County. Telegraph a As(OFFICIAL,Clerk SEAL) A. J. Thomas the Court House at Starke. FlorIda JIll was In the name of Unknown; devtaee.. ,*, legatee. and llenors of Lot 61 of said U.. Lawt..I..f, I"I"at "
In said bradford Circuit Court, Bradford at 10.00: A. M. on July I.Uti. r. H. Kettlos a point 8.n. "I' t. ii
FntnTHER ORDERED tbatpuWlibed published County. County: Florida 6-23 fit 6-20 Th* assessment of said property I deceased; and J. S. 14W corner. thereof, *_ : J
Florida. under said certificate No. 196 wa Rutledge. Whose olao of realtlnc 0I
U b" one* I being en tn. are 01 a our j
I Order ___..,.,rlve week ".'.,.,.*_ W1nM- "Umv-- *. ia.ilOFFICIAL the St.t. flasnean nartment- of. In the name of Henry O. Mason; I I. unknown: I lug a radius of 1,291.31 feet- ,iI, ,
''Sr Jord? ti-T.I.sr.ph. ( SEAL) A. J.' Th'.1;;; IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF THUS I li.ct and all bid*. right to r* Th* assessment. of the .said property And to all .r.raon.' having or total central angle of 44 d..
B, any under said certificate No. 249 ..
Clerk claiming
; general. circulation Circuit Court. Bradford RKIHTII JUDICIAL All claiming right orInt.re.t any Interest, I 19' $G"l) tangent bearing -
..paP'lr of Bradford 0 u ). County' Florlel. II." 4t 6-20 DR UFORO COUNTY. CIRCUIT. persons to Bald any or 1 was In the name of W. Hunter estate, mortgage or other lien In I Point belivg Mouth (1 degree .
FLORIDA In or property:
BRADFORD I Harwood. ; The assessment. of said or on those. certain parcels of I 63" East; thence 8outSa III
Strk COUNTY A POLITICAL any part thereof are hereby r* property under said certificate No land In Bradford Florida, I said to t b L L ''wI
da. at SUBDIVISION County, along curve f
8 AND' ORDERED of Juneiti ORDER OF PUBLICATION OF TUB I quired to appear and. to make such 276 was In the name of Win. H.Yarbrough which are Included: In that part: I through a central angle ef .) $
tth day > STATE OF from I .
,da. Ih the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR FLORIDA AND W. I claims within thirty taO) day ; The assessment of .said if State Road No III designated I 6809" 673.77 feet t* ,
ThornsOF State of Florida to: O. O. Annls M. EDWARDS CHAIRMAN T. I the date of the first publication of property under. said. 7-Vth., of Certlfkate as "Project 6603," as located, surveyed I tress Kaat boundary of Lot 60 o. SiI
SEAL) A.S. Coal & Ice Co., Bids. P. O. Box C. CHA8TAIN J. L. WVNN:: M. 'I this notice as provided for by Section : No. 486 was In the name and platted by the State I lAwtay-Exat: Hid at a point .
X21 Portsmouth Virginia and hiswii. O. HAHRELL AND P. I> REDDISH : 'I 13. Chapter 19301. Law of of Livingston Truby Co.: The Road Department, of the State of I feet of the NB1 -. '
& FLORIDA Mattie Belle Annie, 118 Little 1 AS MEMBERS COMPRIS1NU -I I Florida.. 1939 to the State never. assessment of said I property under and shown by right of I t h.ra 80\tl 4 *sI I
} Florida
lat' St., B. W., Atranta. Qeorala: THE ENTIRE BOARD OF I I age Department of Florida. Tails said certificate No. 610 was In the map thereof In the office of I You and each of yon. are it sis,,
iT" OF BRADFORD the Take notice that The Federal ] COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF hasaee, Florida or all such right* name of C. L. Trek! The assessment the Clerk of the Circuit Court Inand commanded to b* and El

HEREBY CERTIFY Land Bank of Columbia as plaintiff BRADFORD COUNTY A POLl. I and Interest in and to said prop. of pail property: under saidcertificate for Bradford and described the Circuit Court In and for I3r. ,

aDd trrroonrder I a true Publics COpy. has filed In the Circuit Court TICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE :I rty shall cease and terminate. No. 366; WHS In the In the )' ("un'1 In the ford County, Florid at the

e orl : .Id of cauce on of Bradford County Florida, inChancery STATE OF FLORIDA I R. W. Scarborough Director of name, of E. W. Hayes. ; The assessment above. entitled cause.. on f.d 22 day I I'of I I nf the Clerk of paid Court I:
the da a Bill o f Complaint Petitioners gtate Beverage Department: of said property under saidcertificate May, A. D. 1941 by Bradford City of Stark, ,
IIId.OIPrIC. ttb
the Iradford
tbI wherein you are defendants Case "L Florida, Tallahassee.. Florida. No. ill was I In the name County, a political subdivision of I I Florida, on or 3nf 4

ne,! &lL n' Thoroa* No. 1130 for the foreclosure. of Its J. T. Qulgley. et al.. I 6-20 6t 6-27 of C. L. Peek: The assessment. ofsaid the State of "'Iorlda..t al, .. | June. A D. 1941. to show
E -L' ) A. J. 6J7nrn mortgage against the following described Defendants. I property under said certificate. yon, and each of :you, ".In'1 I I right tm*,.Interest-or'Men r*. %

1.1 4t property situate In said NOTICE 111 KMI-iKNT DOMAIN i IN TRW' CIRCUIT COURT. EICHTHJUDICIAL No. 823 was In the name of C. L condemn for and highway any: of you. have In and t. a_ e* .

County: to-wlt: PROCKKDINC CIRCUIT' OF FI.OR.IDA. Peek; The assessment of said prop- purposes th IO'eI. parcels. of aid above described parcels 1),;. I
N% of 8EU of SWU, East of ,8., A. IN THE) NAME OF THE STATE IN AND FOR BRADFORD erty under. paid certificate No. 247 land situate, lying and being land and to show cau** w .
OF Pl'BMCATIOIt U. Ry.( and 8H of 8E'" of RW>4, OF FLORIDA. was In the name of C. L. A J. L Bradford County, Florida, a nla ante should not b* taken ..
,o WOTHE!!T TO APPKARf I In Bee. 28; and Block 1 In Peets- To All Whom It May Concern: COUMTVIN CHaNCERYArthur Peek. ; The assessment of said property more particularly. described as fol tie. and purpose set forth '
,. of Florida to Rob rt vllle, and that part of N 3-4 of AND to J. T. Quigley and Minnie ] F. Turner under said certificate No. 408 lows: ..tUGn. to-wlt. a* right- of w es p
wholE re.ldenc !. un- NWU of NWH, lying East of 8.- A Quigley: his wife, whose place of Plaintiff. was In the name of Dr. Ida J. PARCEL NO. I. dltcbe. and borrow ,

I... Ry.. and N\4, of NW% of NWM' residence la 8t.rlr.J Florida: and -V"- No. I26. llelberger: and the. assessment of That portion ot ES of nf section or portion of i :
: ire hereby notified that. of Bee. 35; and com. at s\V cornerof L. A. Davis and Lee. Ferryman Alice H. Turner.Defendant. said property under said certificateNo. NEtS of NBVi of !EI No. 121. designated] a* rs.. L

BIShOP I CS pl.lntlff .h a Sec 26 run East on Section Davis wit''khFrll c of 466 was In the name of Ores Township 8 South, Rang II I rro.d&t B&02 a* located. urvyl mm*

I for divorce and eu.odI'rdd line 1820 feet, thence North 420 residence ; : : : Dove] ORDER .OF SRRVICR Mfg. Co. (Lot 46 of Lawtey-Kaat. Bide) I)'- on .al map or plat _

:: the flCUljlo Court fD 'feet 'thence West 1320 feet thence Holder:, a widow whose place ofresidence NOTICE TO APPEAR Unless said Certificates shall he log within 100 fet of the ranter- .. tOt or '

InC U n *' I !Mouth:! 420 feet to point ol beginning la Starke Florida; Isma THE STATE OF FLORIDA: redeemed according to law the line of Stale Road 121, Project b* entered against yen ;, : 'r.Wifi J
rul. gilnet I you a. et.f.n. : all In Twp. I S. R.22 B. Holder Srnate, whose place of resldencs TO Alice H. Turner whoa residence properties described therein will b* 6603, .'ai4 centerline being described WITNESS my hand as Clerk : .

M NO. i2. and bee filed. I This thereforela., .tojp mo>and you Is Stance Florida and her I.".Vnknown.It sold to. the highest bidder ,at the a* panning over and across the Circuit Court In and for Un p 3'HLWrJ I Iford
II u. affidavIt for the Ii.it 1' to appear In said Court aDd'haueb. 'husband James ernstf whose placeof 1* hereby ordered that you are ; Courthouse door tin the first Monday Lute and 21 of Lwtay. County, Florida, and the t, I

thie Order: and you on July: 7. 1941 otherwise the allegation residence Is unknown; Lulu required to appear on the 7th day In the Month of July, 1941 East $ c.a.a* follows) Lot. said Court lOde. the I) } ,, ,.jpa 4
It BllhoP are hereby requiredr of the Bill of Complaintwill Holder unmarried whose place of of July A. D. 1941 before the above which. I I. the 7th.. day of July A. Begin the North boundary of hMy. A. at l isis1J.aIfrd
on Jul)' 7th un In esidd be taken as confessed by you. residence Is Btarke. Florid.: Mar- entitled court to the bill of complaint D. 1941. said Lot at point 118 feet 1 CountOFFICIAL Florida -, 1 .s Un

I caUl. Bradford County Bradford County Telegraph I. jorle Holder Manus, whose place of filed against you In the Dated this 4th, day of June A. NB corner thereof, ( BEAD ., A. J. Ta .mm 'Si1 *
pb I. designated as the designated as the newspaper to residence la Starke Florida, and above entitled cawt and "Brad. D. 1941. :rdtp'tnht.I: on the arc of Clerk of the Circuit Court I* I' II I

quslitled newspaper to pubthli publish this order once each week Sam Manus, her husband whoseplace ford County: Telegraph" Is herebydesignated tpFlrlC'IAL' SEAL) A. J. Thomas a a radius of I- for Bradford County, Florid.

Order onc. each week lorwniecutlv for four weeks prior to said re* of residence Is unknown; as the newspaper In Clerk Circuit Co U r t Bradford total central angle( T. Prank iJindrum i!
week prior tontGrn turn day.: Lonso Holder marital status Unknown which this order shall b* published County Florida. ,-, 41 4-27 of 64 degrees 19 minutes 80 seconds Attorney for Petitioner _
da,. Witneel my band Witness my' hand and official who. place of residence I. one a week, fur Four con. tangent bearing at saidpoint TATK1 or r 1. 1 it ID ACOUNTY

omclll ..al .t St.rk. Florida seal at Stark. Bradford County unknown; Claude Holder marital I secutlve weeka.WITNESS lielng South 46 degree 86 OF MRAUP3MD
ine f. 1141. Florida this 29th., dayof: May A. status unknown whose place of my hand and the seal IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TMK minutes 26 second East thence I. A. J. Thomas. Clerk of .
SEAL) A.S. Th'ICIAL .. D residence. is unknokn; Mack Holder of this court at Starke, Florida, EIGhTh J Ii) II 1C I Al ('IntUiT.II5IADFORD / Southeaaterly along said curveto Circuit Court of the .Eighth J_ &

.r Circuit Court 01 Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAi) A. J. Thomas marital status unknown whose this 26th day'of Way A. I>, 1141. COUNTY FLORIDA right through a central. angleof olal Clrnult. i In .1 for Hr.. iv'

If "orlda.bl Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford place of residence Is unknown; Gilbert (OFFICIAL SEAL ;. J. Thomas, BRADFORD COUNTY. a political 18 degrees 1 minutes 26 sacomla County, Florida, hereby o 1 a e sM 4
Knlll'ht County, Florida. '-6 4t 4-27 Holder and Lottie Holder his Clerk of the Circuit Court. subdivision. of the State of Flor. 830.28 ... to point of tan that the above and i
Sri for PI.lntlft. 1.1 tt 1-17 wife whose lace of residence I. Sam. B. Wilson ida. and W. M. Edwards. Chair.man gency; thence South 86 degrees 11 true and correct copy of the Net**>

-' I unknown: Lllfle Holder.Mlnton and Plaintiff Attorney.. E-30 4t 62NOTICR 6.Th.C.j.efih'"ntlnp..Ii: U Wynn, minutes East 40.44 feet to the In Eminent Domain Proe1ijiIssued -
I IN! THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Paul MInion her husband, whose M. >. Reddlah.as South boundary of said Lot II on the 23nd day of .
tiT COFHT. BRADFORD THW' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I place' of residence Is Live Oak APPLICATIONFOR members comprising. the entire st a point 3H29 feet East. of the A. D. 1941, In the case nf ,
t.TY. FLORIDA_IN CHAN OW FLORIDA. IN AND I Florida, and to all other unknownh.lr. OF Hoard of County Commissioner of HW corner thereof. ford County political subdI.. fL I '
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.! INCHANCRRV. I at law devisees, legatees and TAX HEEl Bradford County political I subdivision of the State ot Florida an. 1.11
(*>w.a.* Bill N.. IM) of the i.re of Florida.Petitioners pAHCJL NO. I. )
ri::; Ardith Hawk. Plaintiff I I Iciness of d. N. Holder deceased; IS HEREBY GIVEN. of 8B 4 of NBVi ofRwt Edward. Chairman T. C. Ctiairt I
Abe Frlbush I NOTICE pnl'ton J. U Wynn: M. P. sX
Hawk Defendant. And to all having or 0.1.rre..
Henry persons holderof of
I Annie L. Alvares > existing
Mrs. ,
That Reddish
i :
Monday, tn* 7th day of July .Plaintiff. DivorceEva I claiming any right, title Interest Tax Certificate No. 273. Issued Sapp : road and SWM of NKt n'' the entire, a*Board of 00"- ,

mi the defendant. RayHawk. "Frlbush" I estate, mortgage or other lien to the' 3rd., day ot August ifPc. 131. IJ.Di.n"Jan":. of Section 26, Township 6 :mlaslaner. of Cou. *e. -
whoee reeldenc I* those certain of land adhas *
) Defendant. or oa parcels has filed same In my NOTICE! Range 22 East lying within political .I.fo. the tttf
DTD. li required to appear to I In Bradford County Florida which mad application for a tax INEMINENT feet nf the centerline of Slat of JLSame

bill! of complaint filed against THE STATE ORDER OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR) I I are included In that part of State deed to be Issued thereon. Raidcertificate : DOMAIN PROCEED. Itoad 131 Project 6802, said cen.teriirte Florida*t al. ..UtOI. -v*. ; 1dm i I IWiTNESS
Title order to be pub- Road No. 261. designated "Pro '
nln. as followingdescrlbfd being I described follows
I embrace the 'NU" a s I hand
.and of
To Eva Frlbush. 1446 Otis Place,, I jt
I once each week for four : ject 6521 as bested surveyed and In the County ; m ,
D. C. property IN TIlE NAME OF TilERTATI'J seal, at Bradford C.
I N. W.. Washington I
tire week In Bradford platted by the State Road Department !State of Florida, to- FI.OHIDA Begin the North .
1 It I* hereby ordered that you I of Bradford OF on boundary of Florida, this 2nd of Mj
I' Telegraph Bradford a newspaperin are required to appear on the 7th I of the State of Florida, and wit: TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN salil SWU of NK'i' of MWt at a n, 194$. 4 .
in laid County shown by right of way map thereof One Lot of land In Btarke 114 : point 996 feet West Hillcorner I (OFFICIAL A. J. Ttisai .l
nf 1.4I before the above
day July. ,
u. Starke, Florida. June 3rd entitled Court to the Bill of Complaint I on file In the office of the Ft., N & S by 210 ft., K & W AND to Sapp Rums, whose placeof thereof. and run thence I I As wlerk !mAt''Court Dra4I rlCounty. '

I tiled against In the.bone I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and bounded. E by Sanderson' Lane A residence >. Jwt":y, Florida Mouth dsr.p. It' East 810.64 d.. ...
ICIAL 8RAL) A.S. Thoma.Circuit entitled cause you. and "The I I for Bradford. County and describedin 5 by Hoyt I St.:! Secy*:28 Twp. 4 H.: 1 Jlor .... t4
Court Bradford the Petition filed in the above R. 22 E. cj $ *]
--7, Florida. 6-6 tt -27 'Bradford County Telegraph" I* I entitled cause on the 22nd day of The .assessment. of the said property 'tt
hereby designated a* the news.paper May A. D. 1941. by Bradford County under the said certificate Issued .r- : r-
In which this order shall
a polhical/ subdivision of the In the name of MaryJane
be published once week for four I lr; ,
RDER OF PI'BLICATIOV State of Florida et al.. against Qreen. I \ '
'1 NOTICE!' TO APPEAR (4) consecutive weeks. Z. I you and each of you seeking. to Unless. SB I id certificate shall be
TB Of FLORIDA TO: All par- WITNESS the Honorable Court.A. ,I condemn for public road and highway redeemed according to I law theproperty To turnout better work
rlilmlni Interests under MagEdwards. Adklns, as Judge of this 'I purposes the said parcels of described. therein will( b*

E. deceased In SK"4" and the Heal of this Court In the I land. situate lying" ...eI being In sold to: the highest bidder. at the I '

E" and K'i' of SWVi:! of SEtt. City of Starke Bradford County Bradford County Florida, anil more courthouse door on the first Mon -
5. I 1. and, NE% of NE"4 oIl Florida, this 28 dny of May 1941. I particularly described as follows: day in the month' of July 141

all In Twp. 6 8. H. 21 K.dforil Thomas(OFFICIAL Clerk COURT of the SEAL Circuit Court A. .J.I 1 PARCEL NO. 1: which Is the 7th., day of July, pause and
,. County Florida, It. A strip of land described as 1941. M .
nti, hereditament or appurM 'Bradford County Florida. I Heft-Inning at the intersection of Dated this 26th day of May, Iae. .__ .
: Lloyd Bass, Attorney for Plaintiff the North line of Call Street and '

*' are hereby. notified that Jacksonville Florida. 6-30 -4t 620l the East line of Weller Street 1941.(OFFICIAL LJourt.of.I Thomas _
tl Farm Mortgage Corpora- (said point being the Southwest Clerk of r I .s. 1ti1iki I
is plaintiff ha. lied its sworn 'I' TIlE' CIRCI'IT COI'RT OF THE I corner of Lot 1 In Block "A" of County Florida. 5-30 4t 610NOTICE Ill-s. IViS

of complaint against you and EIGhTh .1..'>>'("'"L CIRCUIT I DeHevolne Addition to starke), ---

Harrison Mr. J. 8. Harrison BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORID. and run thence South 73 degrees OF APPLICATION
I Thornton and Ralford Car- BRADFORD COUNTY A POLITICAL 18' East along the North DKKD "
M defendant In the Circuit SUBDIVISION OF THE ] boundary of said Call Street 780 FOR /u* .
(*>.*<* Dill No.,, 1':.1NOTICE > [ !
l of Southeast' corner of .p
Bradford County Florida STATE) OF FLORIDA AND W. feet to the IS HEUKBY GIVEN i f

*l 10 the relief. Bought la fore- M. EDWARDS CHAIRMAN. T. Lot 10 In Block "C" of DeBe- I:). E. KnIght and N. L.
're of M.II volse Addition to Starke; thence
mortgage over aid C. CHA8TA1N J. L. WYNN, holders "f Tax certificates
"r; and you are hereby reto O. HARRELL AND P. D. REDDISH North 3 degrees S4' 18" West Numbered Knight respectively' 264 Issued -

appear In Raid Court I AS MKMRRRS COMPRISING -] along the. East boundary: of said i 6th.. day of Sept.. 132. No. 4s14g1u
MOW, ra.e No. 1266. on July: THE!) ENTIRE BOARD OF Lot 10 In Block 'c" a distanceof the Issued the 4th., day of Au..u.t.Uti '
tilL Bradford County TeU- I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF 76.12 feet; thence South 17degrees 184 816 I""u.uc." 7, 113; tlI I
1 II 42' West 36 feet! thenreNorth ; No. i
| decImated the duly BRADFORD COUNTY. A POLL 63276 No. 884 Issued "Sept., ft. 1932; No. Sgfr \j4
W 72 degrees 18' West
newspaper to publish this I TICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE 383 Issued. July 7, 130: No. 13 l'
ence each week for 4 con- STATE OF FLORIDA feet; thenre South 17 degrees Issued.. Aug. 6, 1(28; No. !1(6 Issued. 'I t1 -: r
'I'. ..eke. Witness my hand I Petitioner 42' West 26 feet: thence North No. 196 Issued July
4. 1927
molal .al at etarke' Florida v*. 72 .nelce.sr"Sut West 220 feet 42'; i July 4, 1(27; No.: 249 Issued Aug. 6,
Ine f. 1941. et .1. 17 degrees l 3 131;
D. B. KnIght. No. 276 I""uecl Auc 'Vi.
ICIAL'SEAL) A.S. Thomas DefendantLNOTICE West 10 feet, to point of beginning 1929; 486 Issued Dec. 1,

Sri of Circuit Court of BradCttn1y IN KMINRNT DOMAIN: I ; Bald strip of land being I 79th.,No.of BIO No. Issued July 7. 13; *
of 1931
of ill!: ;
of NWU "
PIorid PROCEEDING! a part 3, 1931; No.
I Issued Aug.!
bt 5 knIght Section 28 Tp. 4 South. Range No. 266 621 /
IN THE NAME: OF THE STATE 611 Issued. 7, 1930: No. -
'Ii for Plaintiff. (.6 4t 67 OF FLORIDA. 22 Ea.tPARCEL Issued July Jul1 930: No. 247 Issued
MAT CONCERN NO. 2s: Issued July 2,
TO ALL WHOM IT 1927 No. 403
That portion of a t-acre July 4. : 2, P
(a) Issued July
rrrr rornr. BRADFORD AND to: D. F. Knight and N. 7.Knight. tract In SW corner of Eft of 1934; have and No.filed 4S4 Ram In my of. .; rljL \ : :

; r. .V_tJI CIIA"C I hi. Is wife Starke.whose place Florida ofresidence ; ECV:: .of BEU(4 :South of Section Range 27T"wnship 22Kast ;, tic 1934* and have mad Issued application thereon. for ( **
deed to _
0 ohnlon Reeves. Plaintiff. Charles Farrelly a ba..E.elor.. whose : lying within. 26 feet of tax Said certificates respectively em ? -Jwwl
I described as
../ C. Reeves.. Defendant. place of residence Is Stark Florida ditch centerline brace the following described properties -

Tl the 7th day of July. ; and F. W. Hockenberry and follows: boundary of In the County of Bradford
the defendant Horkenberry his wife, Begin on the South to-wlt:
Calvin C. Mary Florida
0. tract at a point 93 9 State .... 26
required of residence Is Lake acre t>f SE4 1'1.
bill flied to appear to whose place i ;: 11E t of the HW corner; I 8W A of NWV 10acre. J .rti |
.Kal".t' him Herein. Como Florida; I Twp. 6 S. H. 22 E. containing
order i North 0 degress ir***
to be published one a And to all I persons having or thereof: thence ., more or )I."", In embraced *
17009 :
ruhJiiT : right, title Interest 10' East No. 266.HW4 .
Consecutive| weeks claiming any 60' West 63.7 under Certificate
other lien toor North 48 degrees flf HKV4' PI..c. 2S
County a estate, mortgage or of of NK'4 "
4P.r published T.I.1raPh. i on those certain. parcels. of feet to the North boundary 87.86 ,'Twp. 6 8. R. 22 K containing 10acres
'OGnt,. Couny. said I acre tract at a point )eps, Is. embraced
Bradford nr
land In
: 'itldi cornerthereof more '
I ;: East of the NW
Included In that feet No.
ATho .. which are under Certificate 53
cfEcA0IrJ land containing -
strip of 27
said '
Road No. 261 designated a* of NE1 "f NW'. Sec.
State \ Mt
I. more or leas; 20 mWZ ]
Florida June 8th. 1941 'I "Project 6621" as located surveyed 0.06 acres 1 Wltt S. n. 22 )'containing t&tr

6-6 tt 627'Sttiy and platted by the StateRoad Also the West acres, more or lent is .embraced
I Department. of the State of i (b) That portion of Certificate No. 814.KVt 2 5R raI'kV
of under
feet, of the East 7 911 feet & WU of
of 399 HW
and shown by right of NW\4\ of ,
Florida i *.3
ln the NEVi of NE% of Section 13 iwP. 6 S.: It. 7(
(rnT- BRADFORD map thereof on 23 NKV\ of 8WW 'Hitritf
way Range i
r.! ; Circuit I Township 4 40 acres, more Cf
; Clerk of the containing
rLOHIDsr CHAN. office of the 26 feet of 22 K..
within CerllKS -
ole Court In and for Bradford < ,} ld' East, centerline lying described .. or less, I.I embraced under I fif
flflra Peeb1e. and described In the Petition ditch boun. ffrate
: PialnUtt. the North
k 12 Twp.
P.ebl on the Beginning on ( NW*. See.
7, '?*. Defendant. On In the above' entitled cause of j h;% of NIt% of NE4: of of 40 acre,
the D. 1941. by darv: E. containing
7th A. ,
ttIlkjflt day ot JUly. 1)*1' Und day of May. subdivision ...Id SectIon U .t a point 93.f..t 6 8. R29 la embraced. underCertificate
Jack County.. a politics or leas,
I,. Bradford of the NW cornertherenfl more .
"lrOd to' p"eBr to P..ble"l of the State of Florida el East thence South:! 0 d".r" No. 283.K'A $ee. 12
; of 8W'4
aln.t him' ? herein. This al., against you and each of you.seeking 2991 feet; 'henceSouth of NKli 20
'rb. pubn.h..d. to condemn for public 10' West East. 100 Twp. 6 H. H. 22 B'containing HfV
"" once a week 66 degrees. 11' embraced
Sri<< t'nn..rUtl", w..k. In11011I1' road. and hlhw situate foirpose lyingand the feet to end of ditch. Said stripof acrea. Certificate more or leas Un., 1 M. -- '* *, V94.**, :
COunty said parcel of land. 0.11 und r && kI
PubU.h.d TeIegraph In ar.unt being In BraJfora County, land containing acre,1 I W% nf NW4 ,>f JaW'4 Sec. 12 ; fe"m
said BraelICIAL"8EAL
less. containing
described more or 22 E.
Florida, and more particularly. You and each of. you, are here-1 I Twp. I H. K.or lees, la. embraced & &i
A. S. Thomas as follows: commanded to be and acres, more .
CI'.Ult Cou t. : That poj-tlon of NWW of SEJ4of by In and for Bradford under Certificate. No. 19S.KVl fe"a I
e. South the Circuit Court of SK14 54.0. 11
Fiorida' June 8th. 1941. Section 2S. Township 8 of, County. Florida at the officeof i : of SWfc containing 10 acres.
East 22 K,
S-6 4t I.n Range 22 Bast lying 180. the Clerk of ..ald Court In the i 68 I K. la. embraced underertifkate "
and within or lean .
more 4
Alligator Creek Bradford runty ; .Paustj. #*)
of Starke. 1911 p
E 5 centerline ot State City No. BTtJ*
24th day
p p feet of the Florida on or before the l4P.t4 of SWU fI.....
iiLi.TrOT of
AND Street) Project what4 I WV4 of ES
'tTo Road In ( A. D 1941., to show K.. containing 'Go'refreshed
APP .\R centerline passingover of Jun. or 12 Twp I H It. 'iTOV' '
said lien ,
1621. title. interest or you I less. Is embraced
TO: Fior.nce and across. a part of the right and to any of.ald 10 acres, more or IIf
... ftspre U any of you have .. Certificate No. 249
of Loul.l."a. of said Section: parcel of und r ,
Bertha i.tcOee w V4 of SE&! above described I HB'.i nf NKtt: A.. NWi of 8E'48ee. ..,. ,

loa.. hereby notified that as follows land and to how cause why 12 Twp. 4 S. H. 22 E, contalnlng Coco-Cola made wHh the skill that
on b. taken for la 7 comes ;CTfirt
.It i"lItUckey a. plaintiff has liegin : .same should. not forth 80 acres, more or less, t I .m
ot ree In the .said SW% affifiSgsof uses. and purposes set th.1 embraced under Certlflrate No. 276, :

.I....ZlrIIr.ln.t rV r&ilt"rd: Vottntx Tou' Florence Florida 2S the at a NEf th..r.ofi. West said way. Petition drainage to-wit ditches a.an"rlllbt. of 19 Lots Livingston 6, 4. 7., Truby I. 9, 10* Co'11 of Add Blk, from a lifetime of practice. It has the quality J'it;:, ,

." lily;}.r. .. defendant.lltttrk'.v run North 72 pitS foV. section or portion a.1' tn Ktarke In W'4 t.f NEK Moo. 28 r ,,; V '.,
and $ .'of"cWnnerAuVator State Road No. 241. des II. 22 K.. Is embracedundar 0 )
I 4 H
to are you'hereby Florence. t.r IX'TtL.i. a* located, surveyed I Twp. 7-9)h., of Certificate No. 416. I of genuine goodness. Thirst asks nothing ; t;,J
.. : .": Ion on laid map or plath.reln.bove 2 or Kral Silt 6, Temples : 'jj1'
.Sn'o'f hereby I .
"' July 19th. 1)411 YCou'.eanSP ''OU. .r. referred tn, or default Lot Stark In NE'4 nfNW'4 4? t rft

tf>.II,TIegr&ph tblq .htl"d'.caua.designated Bradford..i I In the commanded Circuit ar1.and appear the for may WITNEsS he entered:, my against hand a you.* Clerk nf of Addition Ry.' ** part NB to Co.of.' of "/IU'it4of"t NK14 NWtfSee. W more. So when you pause throughout the day, ,i i ( ,'; 1%

newspaper tol Flo..lda. .t Bradford -.
1",1' : < rde.. Bradford County. ] the Circuit Court In and for I I'f.' 1C n'}K. I I. em.braced i
Court :3 Twp.
"tunr,::,.. tI".* Weeks each week priori office of the oC Clerk Starke of .said Iira4ifordCounty County, Florid.this .the and 22nd the seal day, under certlfl. .<*.'* No. 610.Addition 5'YOU make it ,h pause that rWiresAwi with Ice-cold .; -l
In the City Court Rlk 7. Temples
an... a,. Wit..... utyl or before the of said. Starke. inItraitord Lots I. 7 of : r
>It Florld on r A. I).. 141.! NWV
'hi. J : seal at Bt.rk.IAL .. I of June. A. D. 1941. to nf May County FloridaOFFICIAL I :'t'ttlt.fk. IwInnfot; NKV! '
28th day .
1$. 1)41. interest or TASTE ITS QUALITY Coca-Cola. .,
I nl '. .
.IIE'L) shoW what rllfht. title. and I Ilien SEAL) A. J. Thomas of NK Cr of 8BV )
.r In ( W Ky, .
A..I. Thomas ; of have I Court In andfor ,
any :vou. of Circuit 4 H. R. 22 K., t' .
0" ,
Cut ynu Clerk I 2S Twp.
'' of Dradfor4ht : .....crlbedparc.l. As I NWU'Hee. .
z' ''fd J of said above County Florida. Certificate No. v.' \ '
to any Bradford under "
; show I I. ''< i
I to cause1 'I "
I of land and Frank Landrumor. :,. '
I b. tak.nfor iT a ill., > ,I .
r..r I'lalntllf.20 I why the same should not I Attorney" i letitloners of BIV T'' Temples44iti.t J y i
4 6
t 1.11 purposeS' lots 3. 'i'"
anti I
I Ip the uses to.'Wlt 55plght'.f I STATE OP A ,to mark* 'In "WKV!. 'Of !
tr Tt'p. 'flP- fords' said I'.tltlon. OF BRADFORDI UNDER AUTKO8HTY Ot THE CDCA-COtA COMPANY
In" and COUNTY ( VTVi.of N E'W BOTTtED .
dllcbee of the rV parto r .
Ha JJ'y
I Clerk .
,.,?, "It ..,:PPf.If''I'10'f: ''way. drainage 0" portioflof i 1 SA. J.Tlwmas, 'Eighth Judicial of Ry. A NB Cor of'BBvi of }TWB V.Ce. I L,
11'11: nr.r.na. I b.rrCW. _it5 for'a eeetton d.lignateda. Circuit Court of the Bradford' 2* Twp. I ". li. 22 M.. I I.. *n>- r1fHr-
.. JltEJu.ay Road No. 261 Circuit In and CO.
OIYRN.I State Certificate No. 611
sur.veyed under
certify braced
11' :C. .n.tt. bolder .f Taxi Project 1111. as Iol'.t.d.said map 0", Count Florida, do foregoing hereby Is a I t lots 4, 6. 6. 7 of Blk 27. Temple STARK COCA.COL BOILING ,
::1hz I&ld o. July I. isaal .and shown on hat the bore and of tbe Notice Addition to Stark In NtSV' :: of
ItdeCePtIfIOCt.. I. my plat b.r.ln.bo" referred agailist'I I true and correct copy 14
aPplIcatIon be
for taa default may :

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and bridegroom In full bridal array bert and Individual ---

III' SOCIETY and CLUBS standing before the dignified Invited to this cakes.
a minister. There.were.cathedral AdkIns were: for> :*
-- candle, an arch covered with R. 0. ItJ
: 1 I1t white oleanders and lllles-of-the- Mrs. Glen Wood Mrs.V.

1t } Halle-Mercer MarriageIn Surprise Party Birthday Party valley, which all made the scene Powell Mrs. S. R. JohJ'Miss

? West Palm Beach Last Monday afternoon little For Dotty Sue Bigga more complete. In the dining Lucille Kennedy, Mil.' J
room the table was covered withan Hope and
Mlsa Marie Mercer and Mr. Sharon Hall entertained her To celebrate her eighth birthday Irish lace cloth and at one end Georgia Haynes, *

Woodfln G. Halle, Jr., of West friends Lecy Denmark, Mildred, anniversary Dotty Sue BIggs was placed the punch bowl, and Edwin Torode, Miss Mary Lu
Palm Beach, were quietly married Edward and Frankle Morgan.They \era* given a lovely party by her at the other end was a low blue, Torode, Miss Evelyn StulIIPlI

5 Saturday night, June 14, at 8 0'- played various games, afte mother, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, on pottery bowl filled with summer J. R. Wainwright Mrs Chat
took the foursome tI
which Lecy Darby. Miss
clock at the Northwood Baptist Saturday afternoon. flowers] in pastel shades. Tall Martha
the movies. After presenting gifts to thee F F 4s. usedon Mrs. William Henry Graham:
paatorium In West Palm Beach from th pink tapers and ferns were d
their return
The Rev Preston Sellen, pastorof Upon young hostess the children had the table and also on the buf- Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs
the'church, performed the ceremony show the little girls were agreeably fun with content: and came; In ) P fet. gett, Miss Madge Whlghal ?'
to find that Shar
surprised a miniature bowling contest, Ka- Lillian Stump: "
witnessed a Miss
7q' which was by/ Mrs. L. S. The talleys were of wedding Clara *
grandmother, Duncan won for the small Harley Mrs.
of the bride par Guy Sale
few Intimate friend .
Mrs. Shed bells design, and after several 1.tra.
and her
boys and Florence Brown for the drfge Smith, Miss !
and bridegroom.Mies decorated the table progressions of bridge it w a a Beverly <:
lie Hall]], had small girls; for the larger boys Mrs. Clifton Brown ?'
Freddie Lewis, maid of with cut flower and that thereof and found that :Mrs. Grady Baggetthad ,
and girls Nancy JUghtfoot Mtddleton Miss Franc'
honor, was the only attendant were ice cream, cake and col I Ernest Wells of Lawtey were made high and as ''a prize and Mrs. A. Z. p
J for the bride, and J. Harold Heat drinks. winners. There,was also an im- she was'glven a summer bag. In AdklMrs. ..

Jr., wa best man, promptu radio program In which {a.yrv "f d. n the bingo g a m e Miss Georgia W. H. struth
It. '{ Following the wedding: trip, the Attend League UnionThe the children took part. Haynes won and was presented a turned home after has

)', couple will reside at 423 Fifty- In the dining room the table novelty flower container. The oral weeks In Wildwood spending&4
third Street, West Palm Beach. League Union of the Methodist was centered by the birthday cake, honor guest, :Miss Adkins. was of the illness of her beta
Mr. Halle, son of Mr and Mr. Church was held In Loch Iced In white and topped with presented a set of three fancy Mrs. Mary DeSha. dough:
W. G. Halle of Starke, has a num- loosa Thursday, June 12, with the eight green candles. Mrs. Biggswas containers for articles used on

ber of friends here who join in following present from Starke, ac- assisted in serving by Mrs. D. the dressing table. A piece of

4 congratulations.Walter cording to the publicity chairman, A, Montleth and Miss Abbie Har silk lingerie was given to Mrs.
Frances Colley: Barbara Keen, ley. The refreshments were home- William Henry Graham, Jr., a I'ff TRUSSES $$3':
1 Wills of Tampa spent Virginia SewelU Miss Carol White, made ice cream and individual recent bride.
week In Starke Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs. L. F
of the
the first
cakes, and for favors there were Dotty Sue Biggs and Margaret Trusses carefully and
Interests. Smith and Leonard Smith. IUCC.M.
looking after property
gaily colored balloons. Monteith presented a shower of- fully fitted In stubborn taut.
} This merry party was enjoyedby handkerchiefs!, In a novel manner,!
Y" 15 children. to the honor guest, Miss Lois Adkins. -
r McCOY MANUFACTURING CO., Inc. Each handkerchief had been
ScanionSternbergMarriage Inserted in a balloon, which was
Gainesville, Florida Announced then Inflated, and when puncturedby LIGHTWEIGHT
the bride-elect the handkerchIef SNUG FIT $3. oclrKoch

: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg of fell out. Drug Store

Starke announce the marriage of Miss Clara'Mae Harley assistedthe
LONGLEAF YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS Mlaa Lola Adkln, Daughter of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkinsof STARKE, FLA.
their daughter, Ruth, to Mr. Jack hostess in serving lemon sher-
Starke whose marriage to B. A. Pope, Jr., of Fountain, N. C.,
LUMBER & MOULDINGS Scanlon in Trenton, Tenn., on ...._.._ _.._._ ..
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rm June 15. Both will be an event of June 28th. '-
Sunday, Mr. and
Direct From Manufacturer To You Mrs. Scanlon are employed by a

I construction company now building New York City, and took a prom- cently to accept a position In INSURANCE ANDBONDSHAROLD
a defense powder plant at inent part In many amateur the- Milan.

Mill And Yards At Gainesville Milan, Tenn. atrical productions here. She was M... Scanlon is a native of Ohio,
Miss Sternberg received her employed by Starrett Brothers .& and was also employed by Star-
education at the Bradford County Eken during the construction of rett during construction of the ,
Phone 1237 or write Box 111 High School, studied dancing in Camp Blanding resigning re- camp.

. .--,.,. Three Hostesses Service Over 50 Years
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_ SOMETHING NEWFOR Carolyn Callstreet :

Mrs. Ethel M. Mrs. D.
Biggs, A.
THE OF STARKE .. .... ..... ,
CITIZENS MonteIth and Miss Abbie Harley i. - -- - - -

Round an' around Hazzard was makin' an after- I were Joint hostesses Thursday

The news wheel KOPH: supper talk Suddenly he be- night of last week when they en-

FORMER NEW YOUR WORLD'S FAIR SIGHTSEEING And where It ..toplt- nobody gan to gyrate In a most unor- tertained at bridge and a sur- NECTAR
thodox manner Red prise handkerchief shower honor- ANN P.\GE
knows! ants (no BRAND
BOATS "GREYHOUND" 1 AND 2 of ing Miss Lois Adkins. bride-elect,
respecters persons) had him render CookwlBeans,
(10( Passengers Each) This week It stopped! on Ruth toot! at the home of Mrs. Biggs, which Orange Pekoe

k Sternberg and Jack Scanlon was elaborately decorated with
On Beautiful Kingsley Lake Married they were, Sunday Helen nowllnK walked off with gladioli and other' summer flow (11S1") TEA

Way up thar In the hills of Tennessee two prizes at the recent 156th
SEE CAMP BLANDING BY WATER Thus another happy Infantry dance Voted pret- ers.In the living room the centerof I

endlr. Is credited to Starrett Bros. tiest an' most popular girl on attraction was the decorationof 1-4 Lb. Fkg.13c All Kinds

& Eken, within whose confines the floor ; .. Looked more La- the mantelpiece, as that portrayed -

__ BEAUTIFUL EVENING "MOONLIGHT RIDES" Ruth and Jack (as did so many mariah than ever with her raven the marriage ceremony in 3 1-Lb. Cam!
_ others) met las'' fall > Quitea tresses set off by a white-walsted! miniature. There was the bride
COOL REFRESHING ROMANTIC matchmaker, this S B & E evening dress.. Sudden thought: 1-% Lb. I'kg.25c 17c

_ Can't help eheiMln' a tear or two Wouldn't Clark Gable I give a eyes Soldier caught alligator I FOOD STORES I
For 50c Only over the loss of Ruth, one' of pretty penny for Jimmy Hart's with rod and reel while fish In'
Call street's moa' fascinating fixtures miniature ears? -, Discovered: from
Cady's pier Sunday after- M.[
Starke without Ruth How Dr. Mlddleton keps his dally STORE HOURS-:Monday Through Friday 7:30 A.
noon at Kingsley Seems the
will be gravy without the giblets, lapel flower fresh and spry during to 6:30 P. M. Saturday 7:30 A. M. to 10:00: I'. M.
Boats Leave .From-Kingsley Beach For. Day Rides gator was spied In nearby water
this wiltln' weather Has
olives without the
pimento, pickles and' the a o 1 Idler boasted, "I'll
Kingsley Beach and Lakeview Cafe at Night without the dill In short a tiny water-filled glass container catch him!" Spectators tittered Ann I'age I Lb. Jar 2 Lb. Jar

-It'll never be the same! pinned on the back of his lapel, Catch an alligator witha
SPECIAL-EVENING RIDES jua' big enuff for a flower stem rod 'an reel? Tee heel! I&t[ PEANUT BUTTER 13c 23c
Service :Men:\ : for only 25c 'Pon my word Helen Van (Shhh I Hear tell the clever ho did! An' single-handed, ,

lien's new kitchen Is the smartest gadget was a gift from Mrs. tool.! p. S.-No, Mr. Gator N n c Fig

thing in town Red & Bertha Pearce.) didn't bite the lure He was BUTTER COOKIES NewtonsPkg. 9c

Ticket Agents Starke Dry Cleaners, Tic-Toc-Tap, white color scheme ChromIum S hooked in the body .
Army and Navy Store, Rogers Dept. Store and chairs and high kitchen stool Fashion Fact For Frivolous
the with red leather seats Red Femmes High up hair seems Laurel. should! go to young WALDORF TISSUE 4 Rolls 25c25c
on to be back this summer more than
rugs on the floor White Josephine Johns for the most ,
porcelain table with extension ever Lucile Green, Virginia
>0--- --- terse piece of club reporting ever

....,,... .. .. .......... leaves that slip under Oodlesof Sewell, an' Betty Green among received by the Telegraph SCOT TOWELS Rolls' -
_.. "."","..'.."'"'.... .. "' .. / .. . '"' the converts-to mention a few -
utility cabinets, an' a snowy Here are the notes she turned In ,
Boats.PHHK white stove that jus begs to Go through-,your odds an'
I concerning a meeting of Presbyterian Lb.
Gold Medal 13
come cook a bIt The Van ends an' bring out, all your ear- youngsters: FLOUR Beg 27 57 C
Dten's have an apt. above Can- rings ,!< ,, They're: back with a "President Plain or Self Rising Bar
ova's drug, cue you wanna Bee bangs Wear :!'em any time Merry Beth called
meeting to order."Vicepresident. ,
their'kitchen an' feel real enviousSolvin' with,any type clothes: from shortsto

evening dresses Most at- absent. Mary Alice was A & P Quality Western MeatsTENDERED
T H E H T R E5TRRKE tractive are the daInty. flowered "Secretary Josephine dIdn'thave
numbers for evening Recom-
Mystery Dept: Contraryto ?
minutes to read.
FLORIDR rumor there was no dual or mended for summer dancing: any p.
"Mlsa President closed the Lb. WESTERN BEEF
_ feud at EthelBlgga' White daytime cotton blouse plus
fambly goin' on
house Tours night of laa'week long flowered skirt meeting with benediction. PICNICS _"'-___ 21c LIVER __-:___ 29c
Modern And Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound .. Those' terrible bangs TENDER Lb. SPARERIBS I

PROGRAM OF WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 20TH were caused by balloons beln' Belle Seems and I Don erred ilorrlss in reporting had movedto Lena Recommended: The,dazzlln' blue to beauty hydrangeasat seekers STEAK' __ _,._ 29c _______ 17c
old fashioned
popped! by an hat
H. L. Brownlee's residence LAMB: Each BACON
Sunday Monday, June 22 23 'pin in the hands of luffly bride So. Jax She was .simply.
Bell belles
elect Lois Adkins Clever Idea visitin' sister Cleo there adorning the PATTIES ____ 5c SQUARES ___ 17c
"STANLEY & LIVINGSTON"With Every time Lots popped a Soddy Sonny sternberg (for- horses at Prime Beaudoin's Dark ASSORTED Lb. 1 POUND ROLLSAUSAGE '
Spencer Tracy Nancy Kelly balloon; a hanky floated to the mer Starkeite. now at Jax Naval Riding Park By the COLD CUTS 23c 21c
way, you'll find this new attrac- _
Paramount News International Revels floor Never have I seeip such Air Bate) cuttln" quite a figureat Lb.
the "Y" dance tion around at Dr. Haynes' place, SLICED SUGAR CURED' Lb. LONG HORNCHEESE
--- a Sattldy night
gorgeous array Dainty
Tuesday, June 24 laces, pastel! ]linens gay bold fIgures Grief Note: Uncle Sam has In Nina case you've wondered HAM ______.:. 25c __ ___ 25c
William Garpnn June Lan In Now I know where togo decreed no more Army orchestras Bishop' new red an' white PORK-LOIN Lb. WESTERN VE.\L **.
I "ISLE OF DESTINY"Men ; when I get my next cold an' leavin' camp grounds v Doggy bathing suit Newlyweds Bill ROAST 29c
run out of Kleenex Mystery Doings: Elbert Smith's full- an' Alyce Graham zlppln' over __ 25c STEAKS ____'_ .
Of Muscle Venetian Moonlight the waters of Kingsley' in their FRESH-GROUND Lb. SKINLESS *
till unsolved is how hostess got blooded, pedigreed English bull

Wednesday Thursday, June 25 26 hanks in balloons will captivate, your heartevenIf new runabout 17-foot. ., .121-h o r s.e p ower BEEF __ _ 19c FRANKS _____ 25c
haven't .
you got one 'Bro. -
Ann Shirley, In
"R4'dnt.. Blitzkrieg Lawtey Smith Is as proud as an' ole hen
"ANNE OF WINDY POPLARS"Paramount fellowship Supper" Add that with a buncha biddies Keeps! .Orchids to genial Judge GeorgeA.
News Aqua Poise to your collection of "headlines! the lazy little dickens on his desk Gardiner who had the grand FEEDS

you never see" Anyhow it from dawn 'til dusk an' gives her privilege of celebrating his 73th:
Friday, June 27 makes the week's most amusing Coca-Cola at 10, 2 and 4 birthday anniversary Sunday amida 25 Lbs. EGG MASH 69c

Myrna Loy Melvin Douglas. In story Seems Mrs. R. R. happy throng of children, grand 100 Lbs. EGG MASH $2.59
children _
"THIRD FINGER LEFT HAND"Sky Sweet-faced Mr*. :Mart Hull great grandchildren -
"hede was hostessing on the lawn
Raiders Serial Selected Shorts tother evening Guests were back in town tryin to orientate The Judge claims the dIstinction 25 Lbs. GROWING MASH .

seated peacefully around the table herself with all the changes office of longer having than served In public 100 Lbs. GROWING MASH $2-49
Saturday, June 28 DOUBLE FEATURE Suddenly Mrs. T. Uttered a Hulda Corpenng! also homein' recently any one man -
No. 1 "PARTNERS OF THE PLAIN"With heart-rending shriek kicked off an' quite up et'by a cold Bradford County Which 25 Lbs. SCRATCH FEED __ 59c
that the
shoe and the reception at the new P. O. proves public knows a
A upset! supper tableIn 100 Lbs. $2-25
William (Bill) Boyd her excitement You've Seems she entered Uncle Sam' good man when it gets one,' says SCRATCH FEED ___-

No. 2 "YOU ARE OUT OF LUCK"With guessed; it-red ants! LaterIn stamp emporium 'an' let out a your (ever philosophical). 25 Lbs. STARTING MASH __ 67c

the evening the Rev. Herbert lusty yell for John Powell Carolyn 25 Lbs. FINE 65c
Frankie Darro No toap Then came a des- FEED ____

Sky Raiders Serial Cartoon perate call for Mrs. Fernandez 20 P.C. DAIRY FEED ____ ___. $1-93

e MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY 11:30 AUTO PARTS Huldah. Still(get no tin'replyoJJust madder'every as PHILLIPS ELECTRIC 24 P.C. DAIRY: FEED ___I__ $1.99


1 With Harry Langdon Betty Blythe AUTO BlandIng for tikin away all the SERVICE For Sandwiches 12 Ox. Can Soup Vkt-

Also Selected Shorts GLASS CASH FOR natives, Ellery Davis came to the SPAM __ ___..______ 29c FLAKES _________ .. lie
CARS AND TRUCKS IN rescue with a gusty greetla' Electrical Contractingand IMnty Moore Beef Toilet; Soap S 16WhlteMll B.ir

ANY CONDITION. "Can't find a soul I know any- Repairing STEW --__. _______ I7c IVORY _______ ._ 25cBRADFORD
Used Autos more," Hulda ra q a n ed "Can't lona N
tVQICE C 4 of the $25 up even see John and "Mrs.], Fernandez TOMATOES ________ 15C _-________- l
1 161 1 li! HASKIN.SAUTO at toM window!" LIGHT POWER Granulated Dixie Crystal A ,
,, b A k a k( PARTS Halt. story of-the' week comes Phone. 4, JLawtey) Fla.. SUGAR-' Onatum_4 jjfc. I'kc.28MO e Oko.rrgby BUTTER _....--- __ 63c

. ( -North of.Tow on Row IS from Dink and Edna Hart, who y- ,. ",, LARD --....-.K_..__ 57e NUTLEY.'2 Lbs. _,_ Zx
,, wMnnNnaniMnnnnnntaNnwNmu.u.N 'r1J"raW e g.." vow they saw It with, their own -



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JUN 201.941 ;

._ .nNJI; : 28. BRADFORD ()()t1N't'y- TKXJEOftAPft.-- JSTAKKK. FLORIDA. FAOMnvA' n'VJI= ', ?
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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mrs, .D. J. Morris-and children where Mr. Hewitt la employed. Biggs and Margaret Montelth. By The Waters of MM- '. iI '% I

I I Joan and Bobby, who ,have been e "Oh! Dearl! What Can the Matter tonka," Marlon Brown Mon-' 1 !
visiting Mrs. Morris' brothe -ln- Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lewis Be," Helen Whltfield. "Distant Bells," Margaret M
law 'and sister Mr.' and Mrs C. had as guests the first of the "Dream Boat," Julia Ellen Lawson telth.
Bun- Miss MIgnon SUson of Raleigh Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and A. Knight are spending this weekIn week Mr. Lewis' brother-in-law "Roslna." accordion: solo; Wanda i
..LllUan Sweeki vacatt: Infork N. C., la spending the summer son, James Edward of Leesburg Milliard with Mr. and hire C. and alter, :Mr. and Mr*. C. D.. Stepping Stones," Patsy Cox. Pierce, b
i +
jot a tWO with her mother :Mrs. R. A. spent Sunday here with Mr. and C. Shepherd.Mr Shank of Roanoke. Va. They left "Summer Days," Jo Ann Dink- "Shepherd Boy" Lou Edward )
CUyY Weeks. Mra. W, B. Sewell. I Wednesday morning for Apopka Ins. "2nd Valse," Easley Shuford. ,
:r.llddleton spent and :Mrs. Clyde Lemmonand for a visit with other relatives. I "Dream Light Waltt. Elizabeth Walt*," accordlan: solo: MacJ.p i a e I
) .rtire week with friendsrAueu9tlne J. J. Truby is spending the Jimmie and Gall Rowe, chil- daughter;Miss:Ruth Lemmon. Mr. Shank Is assistant to the' Lawson Brownlee, i MII I ,
! of the summer In western North Carolina dren of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. of Barbervlllei! >:Wqrt,, here Monday chief engineer for the Norfolk & "Spinning Song!!:," Ada Edwards "Whispering Hope" band number [ 4s
with his sister Mrs. J. W. Rowe, of Jacksonville have spent visiting Mr., .n<;.Q-.. F. A. Scott Western railroad.Mr. "Long, Long Ago" Geraldine i : Wanda Pierce Lou Edwards -j i IMNaN
Howard and Miss Kllllan. the past week with their grandfather and spending partTof] the day at Cox I Alvin Lewis and Madge Brown- ,
I" fan1e spent Wed nellafternoon J. B. Rowe. Camp Blandlng/7Mrs.: Lemmonwas and Mrs. I* S. Hutto and "Garland of Roses," accordian lee
Ie psu! Jordan in Gainesville. Mrs: S.. E. Brow nice Is in formerly Mlas. Gertrude Mr. and Mrs Tillman Hutto had solo..Jeanette Priest, I "Happy Farmer". ,Elliabetfc
Gainesville visiting her son-in-law Mrs. Hulda Corpening spent Scott.: as guests Sunday Mrs. M. I* "Nobody Knows the Trouble Cox. I, ,,
GiU pad son. Jackieii. : and daughter Judge and Mrs. A. the week-end here with her Denmark. Mra. Lecy: Denmark, I've See" and "Old Folks: a t "Valclk," Gene Edwards' 1> h 1
., Ga.. are spending V. Long. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and The Rev. H..A?Spencer went to Mr. and Mra. H. J. Dunkley Home duets: Morris Edwardsand "Maiden's Prayer" Ernestine,. ) i
of with relatives Mrs. Charley E. Johns. ( Daytona Beach Wednesday to attend Oliver P. Hutto and son,, Mist Patsy Cox. Moore. ? I IWI
seek here In.1 Tolbert Black and son : the annual conference of the Edna Hutto vand Walter Gren. "Baby" duet: Patsy Cox and After the program fruit.! pi i **., 1 1 M
an Marjorie, Jimmy of Macclenny spent Sun- Joe Monteith and Bobby Hall Methodist church. Judge and haw, all of Jacksonville Lloyd Geraldine Cox and dainty cookies were served. ?' ;i n
II "vlBUlng the Rev. and day here with Mr. and Mrs. T. spent last week at Magnolia Mrs. E. K. Perryman and W. P. Johnson of Camp Blanding, and "Little S p r I In ( time Waits," As..latlftI'Mn. Edwards wHit.tho. 2| MrItN
Robinson In Arcadia.etCOLDS: N. Kendrick: Lodge visiting Joe's: grandparents, Smith will spend Sunday at Daytona Mr. and Mrs C. H. Hoke and Betty Hayes."Pretty refreshments were: 'Mrs. A. M. ,,
Frank Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez Beach attending the conference daughter. Mary, of Wildwood. Rose Buds," and "In- Lewis Miss Patsy' Lee Roberts. I ee '
Albert Torruella of New York I diana," Betty Ann Flynn Miss Jewell Reddish Miss Eaao'
City arrived In Starke last week Lieutenant and Mrs. R. G. Kldd ; Tuesday evening Judge and "Beautiful Dreamer, piano Shuford and Miss Gene Edwards. ryLi
:: ; and expects to remain here' If he and son, Richard III, left Satur- Mrs. J. W. Andrews entertained Mrs E. K. Ferryman had as din solo: Jeanette Priest '*5t'
liquid finds employment.Mr. day night for Richmond Vat members of her bridge ner gu Tablets where they are visiting relatives. club Wednesday morning at her Lake home Prof. and Mra. W. A. Brow\nlee, $3 per 10O BRADFORD 4 t' i
Salve and Mrs. Woodfin G. Haile, home on Klngsley Lake.. At this Carlton and daughters. Anne and "The Swallows," Barbara Moore. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 4 4d r ?

16 None Drops i Jr., of West Palm Beach, are Mrs. W. 's. Gibson and children (party there was a special table! Emmy and Mr. and Mrs H. A.. ., i, Ml*
?----------- Mif
Couch: Drops guests of his parents Mr. and and Miss Eunice Gibson of for Miss Lois Adklns, bride-elect, Carlton. Professor Carlton,, lid pest
UBttb-MyTIn":( a Wonderful I Mrs, W, G. Haile.JJ St. Petersburg are visiting Mrs. and she was given: a personal! brother of H. A. Carlton, Is a CLEANCOOLCOMFORTABLEJO w.n..M
I _&.11---t_nMalt, Gibson's mother Mrs. T, N. Ken- gift from the hostess.. .. \ teacher: In Emory Junior Collegeat e
drlck. Oxford. Ga, and he and his ( IE COOKED MEALS WITH I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs returned -! family were guests. In the homo a ItmN 1 1w
& PLEASURE :Mrs. J. E. Powell of South to Starker Tuesday from of Judge and Mrs. Perryman.. CHOICE OF SEVERAL MEATS'AND ;
II)JJ FOR HEALTH Jacksonville and Mrs James Brunswick, Ga., and left Wednesday From Starke they will visit' Mr PLENTY GARDEN FRESH tVEGETAIILES.
Rates Shepherd of Hilliard were week- for a visit in Daytona Beach Carlton's brother-in-law and sis i
Reasonable end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. with :Mrs. Biggs' sister. Mr. Biggs ter, Cot! and Mrs. H. M. Hampton .
Lesson For Beginners Knight will not begin active duty in the at Ocala, for a day or two I
Army until September. and then go on down to the old tx 4'c 54
After an absence of several horn at Arcadia for ten days. THE A & A CAFEBack MMInarnR

DARK HORSE RIDING PARK weeks, Floyd Green is back: at the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McMillan Of Carpenter's Drug Store t.,' ;
Post office window feeling better and young son, Michael of Chester Pupils of Mrs.: Edwards ,
Water St. Starke, Fla. he "than baa .. _,. .., .,.n"o4
301 So. says he for twelve Pa., stopped In Starke brieflyon Give Recital --- --- - I'I ,

montho." their way to visit relatives In .._____.._._._,__ ... .ff _._ Y
Lake Wales. Mr. McMillan a Rain Wednesday afternoon posslbly -
Miss Marian Dowling, from the former resident of Starke, Is em dampened the attire of the I IM Ixnur

THEATRE Riverside Hospital Jacksonville, ployed by the Sun. 011 Co. lovely girls and young gentlemen
RITZ spent the week-end here with her who participated in the .'ecltalgiven GOOD BUYSWater
parents. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Wednesday afternoon Mr. and by pupils of Mrs. W. H IIi
ROGRA I WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY Y, JUNE 22 Dowling. Mrs. Louis W. Koch and daughter, i Edwards at the |First Baptist N
Mrs. Paul Hudgins Mrs. J. C I Church of Starke, but it did l n 5,4,1e
Sunday, Monday, June 22, 23 Mrs W. H. Llnxwller and baby Kemp and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. nothing to their enthusiasm!' tc Coolers, 4 Gal. Capacity ,? .. $3.95 MaWN
son. Billy Jr., Melton Jordan and Noble (of Indianapolis) drove play sweet music,
"THE SEA WOLF"Edw. Orrleles Jordan of Shreveport, down for a visit to Arcadia Se- The church decorated for the I i se ,
Ida Lupino John Garfield La., are visiting their parents. Mr. bring and other points In South occasion with pink roses, zinnias, Robinson
.Also G. latest Fox News and Donald Duck and Mrs. W. T. Jordan. Florida. crepe myrtle and Sham, daisies,,. Genuine Thermos Bottles ___ __ ._ 95c at,4,
wag practically filled with thE e
Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Koch The Rev. C. H. Allen, scout. parents and friend of the younf,,
Tuesday, June 24 DOUBLE FEATURE had as guests the first of the master of Boy Scout troop No. 70, musicians when promptly at 5:0: ( ?o M.r.e
"PASTOR HALL" week Mrs. Koch's brother-in-law will leave Wednesday for Camp o'clock: the following program began High Quality Lawn Mowers ___ $6.95 up IA
and sister, Mr, and Mrs L. H. Echokotee-scout pntiol leaders :
Presented by James Roosevelt Noble, of Indianapolis.G. training camp-accompanied by "The High Sierras" accordlar I '1''
and"FRIENDLY : Lyle Anderson and Floyd Green solo: Alvin Lewis;
NEIGHBORS" M. SiB trunk and son, Joe They will be gone until the following "CrlBH Cross," and "Meal Time! Rollfast Bicycles ___ _____,. $26.45 up +v
Sistrunk returned Sunday night Wednesday.Mr. at the Zoo," Gwendolyn Shuford,,
Kith the Weaver Brothers and Elviry-Also Cartoon from a ten-day vacation: trip to "To Whit To Who," Ann Moore,, tee
New Orleans and Baton Rouge, : and Mrs. Charles Shepherd "On Roller Skates," Dottle Sue,
26 La., and to Tallahassee. and Miss Doris Elliot, of Griffin, Biggu; Beat The Heat With Our Electric Fans
Thursday-June 25,
Wednesday, Ga., who have been visiting Mr. "Just We Two," Dottle Sue .
"TOPPER- RETURNS"Joan Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and son and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, returned -, $1.49 up .
Pitner, and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand to their home Monday Ira : Ryufir t
Roland Billie Burke CONSTRUCTIONAIX (
Blonde]! daughter, Jeanette, who have I Shepherd who has been here' for I 1'7' M
Also MGM News and Disney Cartoon been here visiting relatives returned -: sometime! with his parent, left TYPE NEW !HTKtTCTIKKH -

Tuesday to Orlando. :I Mon day 1 for Cartersville. Ga., Oil KKtVtlltH: ,'
1 I where he is employed In the express wuwia
FEATURE riunn, KM im.iK'w and Arrhi- EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY
Friday June 27 Mrs. D. R. Pace: of Ocala and business 1; k lt I
(t"'luraJ( Healers Free i
"THE LONG VOYAGE HOME"With Mrs. W. H. Williams of Ft. Myers I d ,e.,.

John Wayne and Thomas Mitchell And havo! been visiting their brother-! Miss Eunice Gibson Mrs. W. S. : fj.; :M. DAVIS:; v. S. ST. JOHN, Owner '4j'\ ,.Y IA
in-law and slater Mr. and Mrs. and rR ',
Gibson and sons, Hilly GKNKICXL; CONTRACTOR .a
"AFFECTIONATELY YOURS"With R. J. Turner of Long Bridge. Tommy all of St. Petersburg en: Ualn...."Illf', Florida. Call Street & Road 13: Starke, Fla. I";(I r e5',

Merle:\ Oberon-Also Three Stooge Comedy route to North Carolina are:I 736 K. ))"Ilot, Phone 11)61) 1 .
Ml's.V.. B. Sewell went to Daytona spending a few days here with oOo------------- -'-'-'-- ,_ .. ..:. e kla ,

Beach Wednesday and was Mrs. Gibson's parents, Mr. and I..Uif. iHtWHI'" ',''I"til I t" ,II,,,lltlltll,,. ,,,,, Illll." 'lxmnnla.I/INNIIMWMIIMMNAM"NIMpINIHNwIM1I1NINIINIIryln.ulup''' '' /'''''' '''' .. '' '',,, ''. '' '''''' '' '' '''' ,owil,;;;,;;; n n.. .inn' '"umnuuwrem,''' ''' ''''. _'YNII/IIWIIYIWYIIYM'' .. '' AIAWIWN4. ."'lYlY11Y1WNIW4MWIWgW' '' ''' ... JIIIIII' ':f s.Q '
Saturday, June 28-DOUBLE FEATURE accompanied home by her daughter Mrs. T. N Kendrick. Monday, I IIi

"RIDE ON VAQUERO"With Miss Gayle Sewell who spent Mrs. Kendrick and her guests ; s." r,'.
Cesar Romero-"The Cisco Kid" And two weeks there on a house-party. visited In Macclenny with Mrs. '. i'I' at
Tolbert Black. E
"MR. DYNAMITE" Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham j 'I

| With Lloyd Nolan-Also Chapter 8 "MysteriousDr. and Mrs. Graham's mother, Mrs. The Rev. C. H. Allen accompanied t '
Andrew Jaye Fuller of Gaines by Morris Edwards, Jr.,
ville will spend next week with i Barney McRae. Jr., Charlea .
relatives in Columbus and Atlanta, Knight and Roger Mathews will I f'
Ga. leave tomorrow for the Presbyterian ,'Y 6 '
Boys' Camp at Punta c
Mrs. :M. L. Denmark and Lecy Cords where the boys will remain cR
NAT SEZ: and Tommy Denmark of Jack- I for a week. The Rev. Edward 4JP I
the week student in the R 1. R Raa16
sonville are !spending I Schalk, a
Walter Wlnchell haunt got: a with Mrs. Denmark's son-in-law Princeton University Theological r ,tt e" ;
thing on the home town report- and daughter Mr. and :Mrs. Till- Seminary who l Is assisting Rev. 't nil
< e.... A feller can't shack off on a man Hutto. Mr. Allen at the Presbyterian THE OPENING I J.4 pc'wMI
hot day In the quiet and peacefulness Church during the summer will u
of his private office with- Airs: N. D. Wainwright Jr.? hold both Sunday services. OF THE NEW ;t : I
out somebody catchln' up with Mrs. W. H. Hart and Miss Isabel art
bIm." Fernandez are among those from Mrs Troy Hewitt and sons,

I used to laugh at the Idea of here attending summer school at I Troy and Bobby, and daughter UNION BUS STATION i ensW r
nudiHt camps, but not any more, the University of Florida I in i I Norma Jean of Miami were here [MM**""
Gainesville.H. Wednesday as guests of Mr. and ,., '
something. a"N
really got
they've Mrs. F. A. Scott. The party were ,, ', a4 ,.
Carleton, of the Columbia enroute to North Carolina and l ,..- --- t '

} Military Distributors store leaves from there will go to Washington,
| that like comfort: A wonderful line ofWomen's .' 4
wear Wash today (Friday) for New York It is entirely due to the 0I
City for a few days' visit with *

Jockey Shorts Frocks relatives and friends. He will return Patronage and Fine Cooperation ,. M

| Try one pair and beconvinced In all the newest sheer July 1. ) : '

materials Miss Alice Fernandez and Misses Of The Public I ;
50c Sizes from 9 to 52 Mary Alice and Faye Yarbrougb L&7 I '
$1.98 are spending the summer in Dur- That We Have Been Able To Erect In Starke ,
Very dressy!' for m!n ham N. C., where Miss Fernandez 0i I Modern.f
Sharkskin Is attending summer school at I A New And Thoroughly
Sport Have you tried our Duke University.Mr. \ 7.

Shirts"Manhattan" Uni-Slips
toBy They are marvelous values and Mrs. Earl Jones of UNION BUS STATION '.
: sleeves the better Tampa were week-end guests of
and short and fit like A. Hall. I eNj Nt
sleeves grades their Mrs, Hall aunt and Mn.daughter Sharon For The Convenience Of
Our price only
$2.00 Tuesday' In Jacksonville with
$1.00Just Mia Edna Hutto. The Traveling Public.

arrived We carry a very big Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. I We Appreciate This Fine Support '::,', A
sal Uniforms line of women's Judge and Mrs.. E. K. Ferryman Picture of an ,
r brother's y 's Just like Play'Suits and sons Emmett and Comer And Desire To Be Of Continued Service. I r t dw
and Dr. and Mrs. W B. \
complete Nicely: made and well spending awhile at their cottage insured mart We Can Serve You. ; ':
with cap fitting are See Or Phone Us When "4'
$5,95 on Kingsley Lake. worrying'a1>out i :;: "" ;
$1.98 up Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville We Invite The Inspection Of Our Patrons And Friends.' : ':{.,. 0

Complete who has been here visitingher "
stock of Very comfortable I afire
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. T. ,.
Military "
Shirts Lastex Girdles J. Griffin, returned to her home) -- w
by Manhattan"f't: For small and large women. Sunday and wan accompanied by 'E. Johns 1 Syt l li5
they Charley I Ii Ipa
better and Just the thing you have Mrs. Griffin and Tom Ritch.

cost$2.95 no more been wanting Judge and Mrs. Ceo A. Gardi- Agency Florida Motor Lines CorporationLacy

up $1 and $2STERNBERG'S ner spent Sunday In Hastings ftturke, Florida
with their children. grandchildren: '
2, and great p-andcbLrdrflL celebration Tm oc of Ittjrswt Call Street Conway, Agent Phone 147 '" I
1 castes was tie 11
Judge Gardiner's 75th birthday Telephone 1--- .....-""-.' ....."" .....J ....._.._(,_-------I-,. I'I84r' / *sk




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Jacksonville Thursday of lat iw THE ciRcrrr coritT EIGHTH: courthouse door on th. first Von abets entitled cause: and "Brad. IN CIRCUIT Ce'-RT.
Brevities ..1'D.('.'L CIRCUIT Of KI.OR- day In the month of Aunust.. 184.: ford County Telegraph" I. hereby COUNTY PLORlDai )
Brooker week.Mr. JD A. I* AMD FOR BBAUFORI which l Ie> the 4th.. day of AugustI9Iited designated. .. t.. e newspaper In .CKRY. :4
which order sHall b. ptrbtlnh.
(; this Arthur J
and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and COCMTV.I CHANCERY this. lath day of June 1541. onoe a week for 4 consecutive Catherine Emory Emory, Plalntlrt
baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Beulah M. Pope., (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Tf.omas weeki. Monday the 7th Defendant,'
By Mr. U L. Parker Mrs. Lloyd Dyal and Mrs.. H. Conner of Jacksonville Sat Plaintiff, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford WITNESS ny .band and the seal the defendant of JJ'' 1
spent Catherine
Florida. '-10 4t 7-1 of this court at Starks. Florida
County, required to Etll 4/
II. Howard were in Starke Thursday urday here with relative -'5Cbariu. thin 18th day of June A. D. 1 4JOFFTCTTC against her appear to rJ' bill! ,
1/JNO-T1ME CITIZEN DIES of last week. 6f.tJ.tORDER ( / SEAL) A. J. Thomas, be published herein I O.rd'consecutive "I
David D. Dyal died at hi* horns Miss Myrtle Dobbs of the State :NOTICE! OF APPLICATION Clerk of the Circuit Court. once a week for
Mrs. Anna Cox of Galnesvlll oF' SERVICE weeks I li
FOR TAX HEEl>> S. C. Durranc. I "
near here Sunday morning at '1 spent a few days here last week Farm spent Sunday with Mr. and NOTICE TO FlXmlDA APPEAR U...... Bill !\ .. !55)NOTICE Plaintiff. Attorney t-20 4t 7-1 County published In Telegraph Mid. a ".B'Ml... !,
Mrs. W. R. Haialop and son, IS HEREBY GIVEN Bradford
o'clock after a long Illness. lie with her grandchildren, Mr. and To Charles P Pope. who. real- That J. F. Shaw holder of Tax Cer Clerk(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J' c.o
2 wa 62 yean of age and had Mrs. James Cason Fred.Mr. dene. I. 134 Wen w worth St., Char tlflcate No. 226 Issued the 7th day 11I0'1'.0. Circuit Court T,,
and :Mr. Henry Howard I.eton. iii. C. of August A. D. 183 h.. filed Notice I. hereby given that the Stark.. Florida jun.
lived here all of hU ,
H. Futch of Lawtey It I. ordered that are I
Mrs. L. ber.by you same Tn, my office and has mad. County Assessor of Taxes for Bradford U4L
,, In 1907 he met and married relative here Sun of Stark. were guest of Mr. and required to appear on the 17th day application for a tax deed to be County Florida. will meet 4t ,
was visiting -
of July A. D. 141 before tb. above
r Mrs. W. C. Ward Monday.The Issued thereon. Bald certificateembraces with th. Board of Couaty Comml.
Saute Fowler. entitled court to the bill of c loner, of aald County, in tb. Of- COVET
Mr Dyal I* survived by hit day.Mr.. and Mrs. V. V. Hacen and farmer of this section: I above lo.lnfc entitled filed .-..In.t cauand- YOU- In "Tb.the In .th.. County of_ Brad- fica of the Clerk _of Circuit Court ; FLOR.D,4.IIR"JPICOr.NTY. .. \

widow; hi* mother. Mr*. Nancy, children were dinner guest at have been very busy gathering Bradford County T.J; f raph" I. ford.I A State In 8H of' of Florida Lot 2, to.w E: of,tn,. eV. at clock Starke A. M., Florida July tbt""O V.- 1941.o-- I CERLY.Bernice fl!

Grime; a brother Rubin Dyal of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen of I sweet corn, Fordbook beans, pep- hereby In dedfnated whtcb thl.*a* the shall newspaper b.- N of River Sea. IS Twp. 7 8. R' 20 for the purpose of bearing complaint Earnest POlla."b. Plaintiff' '

Winter Park and a sister Mr*. Hampton Lake Friday night. per and tobacco and are very, published one. a ::::1'f four le E.*,.. containing i Acres, more or and receivingtestimony a. the Monday de/.ndant the day.f.nd.nt of JUI "
the of real ),
to value II
any ,
'! Martha Parrtsh of Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal of High thankful for. the good rains. connecutlv.WITNESS. w..k.hand. and the seal Th. assessment of the .aid property or perional a* .tropeny. said requlr.d to appear Earnest to the Pol1' *1

Funeral services w ere held Sprints were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. Britt Alvarez of of thl. court my at Clarke Florida, under the said certificate I.- County Assessor of Taxe. on hi. against him herein. This bill III<
i5. ued wa in the nam. of EmpireUnles Assessment Roll for the year 1.41. b. published ord*
o'clock at thl* 'th day of Jun.. A. 141. once a 1
Monday morning at 10 D. Pine Level were visiting Mr. and Lu week fop
Mrs. Dyal. Sunday. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. and for the purpose of perfecting, consecutive week 'In
Dedan church, with the Rev. C. Roy McDavid of Jacksonville Mrs. L. A., Crosby Sunday after- Clerk of the Circuit Court. .* said certificate. shall b. receiving and equalising .such as*. County TelecragbL, an.Jlradl..... ,
.d .
John J. Henderaon redeemed according- law, the e..m..nt. The County Assessor oTax. publin .
E4. :
Interment ,
A. Crosby officiating.. was visiting her Sunday.Mr. Plaintiff Attor..yU 4t T.. property described therein will b. .. and the Board of County OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 1"00.
under the noon.Mr. sold: to the highest bidder at the Commissioner continue In Cl.rk Circuit J. ThoD
WM in Dedan Cemetery and Mrs. R. R. Thomas of m/ay/ Court.
and Mrs. Joe Jr.
courthouse door the first Mon- Stark.
on session from day to day for on. Florida, Jun.
direction of the Wilson Funeral Starke Sunday with Mr. day In the month of August 141 Sth j.
spent of Stsrke were guest Sunday of In Circuit Court. Bradford County, week or a. long a. b. necessary.All ,-,T j
Home. end :Mrm. :R. B. 'Thomas.Mr. kfr. and Mr. Herman Thomas. Florida.-In .-Chancery.. Joitepn.. N.. 1..1 which, T t s. tb.. 4th, day of. August to person assessment owning property I i n Bradford subject ,

Mr. Dyal was a member of De- and Mrs. R. G. Crosby of McMuIlen Leona M,,Mullen Plaintiff defendant.vs. Olady On* Dated this 11th day of Jun. County Florida, are notified. to appear IN THIs TIRCriT
r dan church. Jacksonville were visiting relatives Monday (Its Sib day of Augut 141. at such meeting or meeting, JUDiCIAL CIRCIIT IIle. ,
Drink Distributor i A. D. I>41. th. defendant, Gladys (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. ThomasClerk to make such complaint or givesuch ID*. lv- AND FOR R..TN
Miss Madeline Crosby left Mon here last week. Leona McMullen, whoa renidenc.I. of Circuit Court of Bradford testimony a* to the value 01 COUNTY DPOtt n
where ahe Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of A new bottling company has a unknown, la required to appearto : County Florida s.20 4t 7-11. any property, real or personal' ai Elisabeth Henry,
Gainesville : fixed I the
day for by County assessor 01Taxea Plaintiff.LcRoy
bill filed her herein I .
Baldwin were visitors here Sun- distributor l with headquarters in tbs againnt upon his Assessment Ron -v.-
school at the for four No.
will attend summer This order to b. published USI
Bradford IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT. EIOHTHJIDICA1. a. they may desire. Henry,
U-,7. Starke. Louis Brounsteln la the consecutive w. 5 k s In
of Florida. Given by order of the Board of .
: University Telegraph a newspaper. CIRCUIT OP FLORID Defendant
.- Mr. *. Daisy Fisher and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch distributor for the Noble Bottling County published In Maid Bradford: County. *. IN AND FOR BRADFORD County Commissioner of Bradford ORDER OF SERVICE:
' and son of Raiford were week-end Company of Miami. According to Starke. Fl4rids. June 18th 1541.OFFFbIAL. COUNTY.IN bounty, Florida June 2nd., A.. D NOTICE TO APPEAR
& visiting 1941. THE
fisher were STATE
Francine OF
; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hazen and guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Henry Goldman member of the Clerk( Circuit Court) Brad ford Adolph Oirmlln It A. J. Thomas, Clerk. I I h,To IUI LeRoy Henry. ,FLORIDA who.e resIde:
Brown. Miami firm the will County Florida.20 4t 7-11 Plain tilt. I' Davidson Avenue
Sat.urday. company ,
i Mr. and Mr*. Lee Croaby .v.- No. 127S New York. Bro
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were handle Sun-Spot, Dr. Brown beverages Evelyn Wright Gmelln. IN CIRCUIT COVRT BRADFORD I I It I. hereby ordered.
In Circuit Court. Bradford County. that
in Gainesville ginger ale Noble club Deft ndan t. COUNTY; FLORIDA. C'HA.NfEHY. > required to appear 1011.
Mr.: and Mrs. Truby Dyal of Jl'lorlda.-ln Chancery. Luna Ma. ORDER OF SERVICE of July A. D. on the 7th d
Gainesville attended church services Abe Crosby and Mr. and soda etc. Mr. Brounsteln 1 La formerly Dyal, plaintiff, v*. George Dyal, d.. NOTICE TO APPEAR Della M. Plaintiff vs. I entitled court,UU to the before the '10
fendant. On Monday the 4th day Tlllm.nb bill
of Jacksonville of Gainesville.NOTICR THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Urban 0. I plaint filed. against of ,
Mr ,
,. Crosby the defendant you
here Sunday. of August A. IX 1V4I. To Evelyn Wright Omelln, whose. On "Monday the 7th day of July I above entitled l lN In I
0 Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kelly were visitor here Monday.Mr. TO BIDDER I I.George unknown Dyal I I.wbo required. residence to plac. of residence I. 21 A. St. Philip A. B.1541.. the defendant Urban O.rillman I I ford County T.'erap'cause' ;' and i. h."8,
Street Charleston, S. C. d..lcnat.d
Gainesville Monday. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews The Bradford County Board of to the bill filed against him : whose residence I I. Rout. I as the ne".pap.r
appear It I.
hereby ordered that you ar.required which this .
Macon Oeorgla. co. O. C. Amer. shall
of Lake Butler visiting Mrs.Andrews' Public Inntructlon will r.relv. writ.ntbt'o herein. This order to b. publishedonce I be pubilit
to on the 4th once
Is visiting appear day .
)(r.. P. A. Crosby ; .on. I I. required to appear to th. a Week for four
t.n for ..rvlc*. andlor equip a. week J for'four consecutive of I conncuu
August A. D. 141 before the week.
relatives In Lawtey this week. father, T. C. Hazen. th. following school bus week In Bradford County Tele above entitled to the bill of bin of complaint filed. against him I .
Sunday. out.a.. Rout, form.rly driven by newspaper published In complaint flied courtl n.t In the herein. This order to b. published I WITNESS my band and tt.
and Mrs. O. Btrayborne rJ'hBrdf you 01
Mr. :: once each week for four thl.
Stark. court
h. following named and County. at
pmon. above entitled cause; and "Brad consecuI I Starks rioI'
Mrs. Scott Andrews and Mr. Ive week In Bradford thl... 2nd
of WJldwood were referred to of Florida day of June
and children an rout Ilk. names: ford County Telecraph" I. hereby I A. D.
and Mrs. Troy Andrews of Mor- STARK,I ROVTH ( !I.ttnzJl'dU1A.; J. Thomas designated. .. the In Telegraph, a newspaper published I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. 1111
guests of Mrs. Btrayhorne's parent newspaper In .Bald Bradford County, Florida. Clerk of the ThoD>
I M. C. Miller Rout. Clerk Circuit Court. BradfordCounty which Circuit Court
thl. order shall b. ,
_ : *. Mr. and Mrs. Mann Hacen, rlston were calling on friend and W. o. Colllna Rout Florida. S-20 4t 711NOTICE a week for 4 consecutive publishedonce Starke, Florida, Jun. 4th 141. Edward P. Mul..ahY,
relative here Sunday. frank Norman Rout.Ham week. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S. Thomas P15. Plaintiffs JachoftYli
Sunday. Mott Route WITNESS Clerk Circuit Co urt Bradford I I.' 4t',
Pblllls Haien has re- Don't forget Sunday School Nelson. Green Rout. OP APPLICATION of my hand and th. seal County. Florida. I-I 4t <-27N -
Ml** this
:7 court at Stark. Florida. .
..," ... f.A.vl. Dm.. : THE CIRCUIT
returned after spending two Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and : s i -.MKid <\*! *..!. Bill !No. .ea I thin Ifirhi dav of Jun---*. -A. TV 1ft4l- mm KtKitftfCUT ... 'orRT._.u
4 churCh afterwards. with the Rev.C. NHW.R on f'li HOCTKB. NOTICE 13 'HEREBY GIVEN, I .(...OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.:: Thoma_*; THR CIRCUIT COrRT. EIOHTH -oserojj'FOR. --- .Jj (.
weeks In Pennsylvania.L .
: of Tax: .Ink.of.Olrcult'Court.. .
_ C. Chandler of Jacksonville A. Crosby of Alachua, pastor. :i'yor.JO:: : John.. n Bouts Routs Certificate. No. 488. l issued the 7th 'S. Durranc.' IN AND! FOR BRADFORD / 0017"'TY.CU.wCERY. .-

was the guest of Mr. and Mr*. You are urged to attend these ser Dempsey Happ R.ut. day of December A.. U. 1981 ha.tiled Plaintiffs Attorney 6-20 4t 7-11 COUNTYIN Albert Franklin Mitchell,
and ha.
Swearlna-en. Kell.y. Route same In mf offlc. CHANCERY!' Plaintiff,
T. D. Dyal Sunday afternoon' vices. Colored Bchool! ) mad. application a tax: : dead IN THE! CIRCUIT COI'RT. BIOHTH I James McBride, -vs Divorce
BROOKEH ROUTES to b. Issued thereon.. Bald certificate JUDICIAL.. CIRCUIT OP FLOR Plaintiff, Ethel Mitchell
C. J. Crew. Rout. embrace me following described IDA. IN AND FOR BRADFORD -v.- No. 1251 Defendant..
A. 1. Green Jr.. Rout. property In the County of Ethel McBride. <<"RDER TO APPEAR
K. J. Lewis Rout. Bradford Slate of Florida to-wit: CHANCERY Def.ndant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Hampton Happenings: 8. R. Mick. Rout. Nfc\ 01 Blk 7 or Lota 2, ". Livingston Orady L. PrUitt ORDER OF SERVICE To: Ethel Mitchell, ujo TblrtH":
Charity William. Rout. :} Truby A. Co* Sub Division Plaintiff NOTICE TO APPEAR Street Columbus. Georgia..
(Colored. "$'Bchool of NE of NEft free. 28 Twp. I aR. .'.- No. "" THE STATE OF FLORIDA: i.l"-! her.by ordered. that
By Mr*. H. W. Blorrew home have; moved to Starke. LAWTKY R.WITKH 22 E. Myrtle Pruitt., To Ethel McBride, whose reel- required to appear on the 7th yon H
Mrs. A. A. McDonald and Mr*. Andrew Redd Ina Rout. The assessment' of the said property Defendant. device I. unknown.It f .
,. : ::r.co"t toll ab
under the said certificate issued f.eBlfr"or
Will McEver of Kd Durban Route ORDER WF SERVICE I. hereby. ordered! that tI. .
Mr. and Mr*. Jeanette Roper 0 f Jacksonvillewere T. L. Walnwrlrht Rout. was In th. name of David NOTICE TO APPEAR are required. to appear on the 7th Plaint filed against yoU In 'S t N
Graham were guests of Mr. and busbies caller In town the Carl Milliard Bouts and Rosa Smith. THE STATE OF FLORIDA day of July A. D. 141 before the above entitled cause., and
George stron Rout.Colored Unles. said certificate shall To. To Myrtle Prultt. whose residence. above entitled Bradford County
court, to the bill of Telegraph"
C. Chastaln Sunday. I
Mrs. T. first part of the week and were ( Bchool) redeemed according to law th. I. 834 Whitmire Street. Brevard. complaint filed against you In the hereby designated
Mrs. Beulah G. Ivey visited the guests Monday of Mr*. B. Y. HAMPTOV HOUTKS property described therein will, b. North Carolina. above entitled cause; and "Brad- psper 'in which this ord.V'.hKT: :
her M. 1. Wattemon Rout. old to the highest bidder at tb. It I. hereby ordered that you ford County Telegraph" I published once a week for
Monday on hereby tour |II
) Mr*. Saxon. Lester Blade Rout. courthouse door on the first Mon- ar. required to appear 4th designated a* the In consecutive weeks.
return from a visit to Atlanta Mrs. James Weathersbee re Ola Ch.. on Rout.WANUEIIEIL'r day In the month of August 1H41 day of August A. I>. futhb"f which this order shall newspaper be published WITNESS the Honorable
which I. A.
the 4th of
HOUTKS day August, the above entitled court to the onc.
and Macon Ga. turned to her home at Sears aftera a week for four consecutive Adkins. a. Judge l of this COllI 1
(, I... I* R.nfro Kout. 1541.Dated till of complaint filed against you week.. and the Peal of
Mr. and Mr. Earl Van Alstlne visit of three week with her Levy Norman Kout.MRILRHONN (OFFICIAL. thl.SEAL 18th day) of June Thomas 141. In the above entitled. cause; and WITNESS my hand! and the Heal City of Starke. thl.Bradford Court.Count In th;
Mich. were guest of ROUTES ourt'ot.Bradford 'Bradford County Telegraph" i I. of this court at Starke, Florida, 'iorlda this 28 day of
of Manastee Clerk of May 191
mother Mr Rhoda Circuit ,
Broughton. hereby d a* the newspaper this' 2nd., day of June (
Mr. fWr.!: .. ::m'lt'"o't.R.II.II Count. Florida .20 4t 7.21NOTICE In :: 'fbatgl.. ; A. D. 141. OFFICIAL COURT SEAL) A.
Van Alstine's parent order
Mr. Mr. Mae Sweeney and Mrs. shall b.published (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 'thomas.. Clerk of the Circuit Courl
AI.tine. Their ) ROUTES once a week for 4 con..- Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford
and Mr C. Van County. Florida. I
J. J. Plckren
spent Monday Leon cutlve weeks.
Conner Rout. OF ....PP..C.T.OFOR Edward P. Mulcahy, Jacksonville, Lloyd Bam Attorney for Plalntlfl
two children. Larry and Florence Jacksonville.John Hrltt Alvares Kout. TAX HEElS WITNESS my hand and th. seal Fla.! Plaintiff I Attorney. 5.5 4t27 Jackaonvllle Florida.
_ returned home with them after a In k cCmnn u ., except <*..>... Bill :Mo. l.3) of thin. court at Starke Florida, -80 41' 2
A. Guy returned to his W. O. 0n1.U tlreen. NOTICE 18 HEREBY dlVEN thIn 18th day of June A. D. 141. C
six-month visit with their grand home here after spending several Jr.. Route*, bid two w.yi..' (1) HI1with That Oration Co.""., holder of TaxCertificate (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A.: J. Thomas,
County furnishing bun com No. *.'tl| ",( lataued the Clerk of the Circuit Court. HOTEL SOUTHERN
pa rents. day in the Alachua County Hospital pints C..ol n..'oil, and repair. (2) 7th day of AUgUBf! A. D. 1133, has .J r. C. Durranc.
A. Guy has returned hid. with bu. driver filed Plaintiffs Attorney. t-20 4t 7-11
Henry In Gainesville. furnlnhlnc same In my- offlc. and baa Hot and cold
running water-Phone
but complete, ...ulln., oil. and mad. application d S-DI07-European PlanV.
home after spending his vacation re- (or a tax < ed to
P Mrs. Della Dyal has returnedto pair be lnHUetl thereon Maid certificate. IN T1IF CIRCI'IT COl-RT. KIttHTH \ Adams St. at Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.
with friends In West Virginia and her home here after an absence In makingbid on W. O. Collln embraces the following described. JIDICALHCI. IT OP PLOR.ID .
with his brother Emory Guy In of about five months. or A. I.. tlreen, Jr., Route bid two property In the County of Bradford, *. IN AND: > FOR BRADFORD Rate: Single 75o and 1.00 per day
way ct ) County furnlnhlnic bun State of Florida to-wit: Double
Philadelphia, Pa. James J. Pickren. Jr.. and W. body and driver furnlnhlna bu. KV4 of Bile I H of H 3 E A all tOl'.NTY.IN CHANCERY $1.00 and $1.50 per day
ch M Blp, Kanollne oil and repair. that portion of Blk 2 S of R 4 K .
M. L. Watterson was a business A. Simmons of Mayo were week- (2) Bu driver furnlnhlntf bun com that lien In HW14 vf NWtt &: N 87 Plaintiff, HOTEL I. E. CONE, !Prop.

visitor In Jacksonville Saturday. end guests of James parents Mr. PII'f": : gasoline, nil and repair. ft of NEW of Hilt 8 H of R 2 E & -v"- No. 1277
to b. received In office I of all that portion of of Blk 3 S
NR'4 Vera 8.
_ RoBja-o.
_ :_ Miss Mildred Byeriy I la confined and Mrs. J. J. Plckren. Both ur.-W4tnnJtl until Mon.day of K 2 K. N of 4 tleo. line & all Defendant. V
c' to her home by serious Illnets. boys are at N. Y. A. Camp Camp :( A. M. In that portion of Blk a 8 of K 8 K ORDEU, OF SERVICE FUNERAL
lbs event all bid. for any on. rout lying N of Vi 8....,. line In Temples NOTICE TO APPEAR DIRECTOR
Blandlng. ar. r.jected. the Hoard may thenor Sub Dlv See 22 Twp. < S. R. 22 11:.. TUB STATE OF FLORIDA! My Many Tear Render
Experience Hakes It Possible for Me to
Mr. and Mrs. W. at any ubne H. Griffin
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stewart had r Bogg, whose real-
r oral bide and reject or accept The aHHement. of the said prop- device la 70 South Calvert Street EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
as their guests Sunday Mrs. Stew had as guests Sunday Mr. and such oral bid. erty under. the said. certificate issued Ualtlmore Maryland. ,
arts mother. Mrs. Dixon. her Mrs. A. C. Griffin of Waycross office For, of further Information rail at was In the name of Unknown. It In hereby ordered that you are MODERATE: PRICES: ,
County Superintendent.' Unless
certificate shall be .
brother and slster-ln-lnw Mr. and Ga., and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of !W. K. MIDDU5TON, redeemed. according to law the of required August to A.appear D. 141 on the before 4th day the DeWITT C. JONES
Jacksonville. County Superintendent of Public property described therein will be above entitled court to the Starke Florida
Mr. Nelan Dixon. N, R. and Instruction bill of ,
-13 Jt |* solff tn the hlvhest. bidder at th. complaint filed against' you In the
James Dixon and sister Katie Lee Captain'James M. Sandlin will

all of Ocala.: hold services at the Christian

- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yates who Church Sunday afternoon and

;J have been occupying the Dyal evening.and .

GUM BRANCHBy Mrs. Charlie Hersey and-Miss GET THE tpACTS. AND YONt F/ND

Mrs.: Edd ParrUh Agnes Sapp all of Jacksonville

_ The farmers of this section are

Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keene thankful for the much needed rain

t and son. Vanice, Jr.. are spending which they are getting.

a few days with Mr. Keene's par. Miss Eva Mae Hersey of Jacksonville

ents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Keene. was visiting Misses Mar

Edd ParrlBh of Jacksonville garet and Marie Sapp Sunday. itQ Is

spent the week-end here with his Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milliard and 17aASJAMW

wit. family of Woodlawn were visitingMr.

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and and Mrs. H. H. Keene Sun.

,on. Rudolph. Mrs.. J. 8. Sapp and day night.

daughters. Margaret Mario. and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Andersonof

Selma spent last Thursday In Keystone Heights were dinner I. _

''I Jacksonville with relatives.Mr $ guests of Mr. and Mr*. J. S. Sapp izo'ri

and Mr", T, N Norman recently

_ and l son. GeraU.: were guests o{ Muutes borothy Norman and 'N

Mrs. Norman' parents. Mr. and Mary Lois Clark spent the week.

Mrs. H. ),I. McRae recently. end at Daytona Beach. : '

Mrs. Edd Parrish and Miss Ceraldlne ; FIR''

Hamage were visiting Mrs.
E. W Parrish at llellbronn Sun- SUNNY BROOK FARM ,, t tq.

day afternoon. fly Ml* A nut* Crosby

and and
Mr. Mrs. B. M. McRae
J. T. Kirby of South Carolina
sons, Denny and Lynn. were din.
anti Mrs. Doc Edwards of Starke .
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. An-
spent Wednesday with Mr. and

cil Norman recently.Mr. Mrs. W. R. Halslop. ..." Roomiest In Its class In total
and Mrs. 'V. C. Conner of .

Rising were dinner guests of Mr. Mla Doris Dyal has returnedto seating width, In Inside length, _
her home here
__u1 and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Sunday. after spending

I: I Mrs. Louise Chapman and son, some time in Plant City with In front seat head and leg room In r'--
friends and relatives.Mr. .
-4 Steve of Norfolk. Va., have returned
rear seat knee room. And of low
: home after spending sometime and Mrs. Floyd Crosby : -' .

-A here with Mrs. Chapman's were visiting Mr. and Mr*. J. L. price readers Ford has the biggest \lflL '

1 parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Sapp. ParrlBh In Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. ,

Mrs. Roy Clemens and daughters and Mr. W. R. Halalop doors..greatest vision area..biggest

Betty Joan and Connie and son, Fred Mrs. Inca Kelly, hydraulic brakes.
-* '
g Marie, were visiting Mrs. de Mrs. W. C. Ward and daughter, ... -

-ta mona parents, Mr. and Mrs., E. Lucille, were visiting Mrs. Halslop's -I a"' .4.

W. Parrlsh. Saturday afternoon. : father Henry Sapp In Law. I .
Mr. and Mrs. S. S "Pr- .- ,k,, ,
4 L. Towery anti tey Sunday afternoon. ,. 4' _
daughter of Fernandina spent M,'. and Mrs. JimmIe Massuriand hallS DvIsUssslst .1 J _

Monday, night of last week with Mrs. Sallle Tlson of Tampawere "
-* wIMffMlt I
Mrs. Towery's parents. Mr. and visiting relatives In this _

Mrs. H. H. Keene. section Thursday night. .

. !.ff. and Mrs. Edd Parrloh were Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children

-I- visiting ),fl'. Parriah' parents. Mr. pent Sunday afternoon In Lake Andrews Motor Co. '

and Mrs. B. W. Parruth at Hetl- Butler.

bronn Thursday night. Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Crosby

We are sorry to report the 111n and children attended church atWater STARKE FLORIDAJUN
'" .*a of H. .
H Keene .whoU In> a 'Oak.- un _ <
3ekeOnvftlelu.tp14aJ. 111MI''M; 'Mra. Aflnbotba: ; ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp bad Mr*. Inca Kelly Mrs. W. R. Hals-

a* guests Sunday Mr. and Mr. lop Mrs. W. a Ward and daughter .

: _, Tarlton Chastain of Hampton. Mr.I Mary Ella were shopping In



JUN'O 1Q"1

rAGC I ;
1841 Mrs.J. .

RISING afternoon and also attended Mrs. Lettle J.Huckaby L. Lavender of WIldwood and- Shepherd. M. Mott Mrs Mr*.Carl J, W.Klrby Kelly, Mrs. r'r)"'. :

AROUND LAWTEYWith church Sunday night. Mrs. O. Moody, Mr. H.Welch. Mr :
H. II. Lewis J. N.
r BXrs. I Long Bridge.
By Miss Ida Merritt '
I We are sorry to report the serious Mrs. H. M McRae. ,
I. of J. L. Underbill. R. Merritt of St. Petersburg Ira M. J. Bapp. )..II'I, M. \
Ruby Moore Mr.. and Mrs: 'James Norman Illness Mrs.. Wesley McRae, I'
and Frank ,
of Lake City j y
spent the week-end with Mrs.Norman's Miss Odessa McRae returnedhome Merrltt Mann Mrs. C. F. River, Mrs ",
parents Mr. and Mist Sunday after visiting rel- Merrltt of Long Bridge. Southerland. Mr*. F. F. "
AGE. SHIRLEY ANN HARLEYCELEBRATES S. A. U RAILWAY ,"EXTRAGANG" grandchildren, and seven great. Evelvena Edwards. Mrs.E. .
of Lake Butler. atives In Jacksonville. Mrs. Carrie
M. Sapp i
Stump ; ea
g.yjNOEEU 7TII BIRTHDAY LOCATED IN LAWTKY with fever. grandchildren also survive. L. John,. '
Is 111
.\ : Mr. and Mrs. Jew Morgan B. M. McRae C. Priest Mrs. M.
IS Edwards ANNIVERSARY For the past two weeks an him well again Funeral services were held from Mrs. 3, R.,,
sT Will H. and mother. Mrs. J. W. Drtggers. We hope to see Mrs. Dave Richard "'
and engage- Saturday afternoon from 3:00: "extra gang" of 60 Seaboard AirLine visited relative t n Gainesville soon.&! the Pine Level Baptist Church Kelly. Misses Bonnie T urn e r,

siey aMreachingthe marriage to 5:00 o'clock 13 little "gtiests Railway workmen have made Sunday. Father's Day was well remem Monday afternoon June 9, at 3:30 Cosette Sapp. Melba Moody. Dorla a
t and ElUa- Lawtey their home. E. C. Lewis were Three carload o'clock with the Rev. W. E. Hall Ella Ward, LueUe
Mary assisted Shirley Ann Harley, Mr. and Mrs. ; bered here Sunday. Dyal Mary '
tbetr daughter.W. Mixon of Jack- Eight cars equipped with sleeping business visitors. (; to Grand Wed- of folks from Jacksonville and the Rev. C. C. Butler officiating. Ward. Blots John, ArsuiA ,
of Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
to Rex daughter bunks, work equipment etc. nesday., enjoyed the day at the home oi The choir sang two beau Crosby, Wordna Southerland.Vergte I

,ute. \ be an event I ([Dutch) Harley In celebrating Have been stationed by the S. A. Mrs. O a s a I e' Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall In honor tiful numbers which were favorites Southerland. Agnes Rimes, s .4

weddlng"\11 5, in the RiverMetbodUt -' her birthday anniversary at the L. platform and each afternoon at. daughter Louise, of Gainesville of their father, J. W, Hall. of the deceased. and Mildred Edwards. .

turd&y. july Church of home of her grandmother, Mrs. quitting time Mr. W. E. Bowen are spending a few days with Mrs. Mrs. Arthur McRae and Ower Interment was In Dekle Cemetery and v

park Rev. John L. A. H. Harley. of Waldo, In charge of the work, Goodman' mother-in-law., Mrs. J. McRae are attending lummei near Lake Butler under the Mr. and Mra. John speer guests .bl e
with of rock balastlng the railroad be. Jones. John Freeman were
vUle. of DeWItt C. eon,
were played Gaines
ceremony. Numerous games W. Drlggers. at the University In and
the school John
L. a 1
conducting and Baldwin, C. C and Mrs. J.
tween Lawtey were: Mr.
Active pall bearers of '
Invited '
of and then the youngsters were Woodrow Thomas '
I?! lsa graduate the colored Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Crosby on Thur day
seen checking H. Moody, Mrs. O.
EdViUd.< and of to partake of delicious refreshments of LaCrosse spent the week-end ville.Mr. O. R. Alvares and] Butler M. "
High for the day. and Mrs. Mo- week.,
Junior workmen out << Joe Moody Colvin of last
Latey -Ice cream and cook Thomas' parents, Mr. bedside Moody a
School of Strk Mr. Bowen. who has been em-I with Mrs. others were visiting the I. S. Shepherd and LaMar Oliver of Baldwin was
Cord. Marlon
ies, and a slice of the birthday C. Lewis.
4ford Su.Uon.heha.been ployed by the railroad for the, and Mrs. E. >f J, L Underhill sunday Butler.MISCKLLANKOU8.. of Mrs. V. m. Sapp andJohns
which with Moore the'auelt.
her ( cake was topped seven and Mrs. Grover ,
Avenue Mr.
DowllngT: states that this I who Is teaching. Mon -
itM28: past 20 years, C. P. Ganus. Mr and Mrs. J. 1*
dull and has been emJedaonvllle cantles worn will probably be completed and son. Buford of Ft. Myers are music at Pine Level church was SHOWERFOR I y ,wm

the Kennelly Transfer Shasta daisies and cannas carried by the end of this week. I visiting relative In this section I halting Mrs H. M. McRae Sun- RECENT BRIDEA day. Mrs. C. M. Frederick, ...'.tar.-III
by bookkeeper. out the red and white color\ Native Florida rock from this week. afternoon. lovely event of last week Mr. and Mrs. BIU "141 ""
y II In the decorations.Mr. Good man Jr., of of Fayette, Ala., '
with scheme used Johnnie miscellaneous shower given 4 'N:
U associated I Brooksvllle is being used on this The services will continue on was a Macclenny' w. r. :.::
R. Belle I and Rae Goodman of home Richardson of ,.,
and1IOOkkeeper and Mrs. Tracy Gainesville Thursday afternoon at the U rOt .
0j'emorr Dairy Company credit want and twin daughters, Patricia Anne .project. Starke, "visited their grandmother through this week-end come and at Pine take of Mrs. E. A. Sapp In honor' of guests of ),[r. and Mrs., J. sk ";'::

and ant Klnore, Irene of WUllston, "OATS PEAS. BEANS AND Monday morning before leaving in Level. Everyone Mrs. Robert Ward a recent bride. Johns Monday l 1
the meeting.NEW j
lei thl concern. were guests of Mrs. Belle's parents BARLEY GROW" the afternoon for Norfolk Va., part and enjoy Co-hostesses with Mrs. Sapp were Mis Doris Crosby spent Morgan the ..:::

rggDR, MBS. SHUFORD' Mr. and Mrs. J. B." McDonald But it Is Beans that Lawteyhas to enter'the Navy. Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Mrs. Chester week-end with Miss Shirley t *-
FOR W. S. C. S, Sunday. been most Interested In lately. Mr. and Mrs..Bishop Thomas RIVERBy Andrews and Mrs. Cleo Andrews. ,of Starke. ;YMr. '

BosTEsg'. ;Society: 01 tn __- Wednesday, June 11, approximately recently moved to LaCrosse. Mr. Mrs. O. E. CrosbyDEATH Games and contests were enjoyed .. M. I* Johns and children

women of Grace MeUjodtstJ Olsp Sugar' Cookies For The 1.200 hampers went and Mrs. J. H. Owen and familyof OF MRS. MKRRITT I during the afternoon, and have returned from a visit with

Service; met Tuesday afternoon, Picnic through the bean grader and sold Starke have moved In the Our community was taddenedby '. "' I. Mrs. Ward received many beautiful relatives In Tarpon Springs. a
II of Mrs. R. 3 cups flour, for 11.7S average; Thursday 1,523 I place they vacated. We welcome Late In the
the home of of our and useful gifts.
It 1 the death one !
IT. with Mrs. J. R. Shu- 1 teaspoon baking powder, hampers sold for an average price them to our community.W. citizens Mrs. Virginia Frances afternoon refreshments of lemon- Has Hotel Plana n'4
nede. 1-2 teaspoon salt, C. Conner was a business I' theO
of $1.50. served to
as co-hostess. \ who died Sunday afternoon ade and cake were
I Merritt,
i-misting o. W. Roberta, vlce-presl- I 1 cup shortening, Friday 2.044 hampers of Ford..: visitor, to Gainesville Monday June 8, at 5:30: o'clock. guest who were Invited to enjoy Jack Heruman, of Miami, wan win
1 1.2 sugar, shift working had In
17 opened the business session cups hooks kept the second She had been III for only a short the occasion with the honoree. Starke last week. He
rea din Ir' and :2 eggs all night and until 10:15 A. PINE LEVELBy Those present,were: Mrs. C. C. the blueprint for the new M
Scripture hand
1,1-2 teaspoons vanilla. M. Saturday morning. Some of Din H M. McBa time.Mra. born In John Butler. Vera McCord Ella Hals- .
Merrltt was and was
Jt1. 1. Cream shortening; add sugar stood on pillows Dobbs, Hotel Bradford, construe"M
new Cold the women graders October 31,, lop, Ines Kelly, Net a
a Ga., on its
buy County, for
| motion to and continue to beat of thankful for the son ting estimates ,
i gradually to relieve the strain longstanding We are so Ward. Rosa Plnholster s _
marriage Louise Clute.
for the parson- 1863, and was united In to W. T.
ot Refrigerator was until light. and some-too tired towalk much needed rain. Merritt who Madeline Andrews Leona J. Wiggins lion, according
Society Franklin property.:
Lbr the Women's unanimous vote 2. Add well-beaten egg to I home after the long hours The revival meeting at Pine to Richard her In death one year Gertrude Kelly Mrs LIs- realtor who sold the to have 'th. tMt. a
rf by a blend well. the beans-were Level has bad a large attendance preceded Mrs. W. Hertwnan hopes
social hour fol- creamed mixture; spent In grading To this union were born 11 tender MUs Rose Gwlnn, started within 10' day,
|A delightful meeting and 3. Sift flour, measure, add bak taken home In automobiles. Fri 10 far. ago. of whom survive. Mlnshew., Mrs. J,' 1. Johns, structure d
!i the business with whippeda ing powder and salt; sift again. day's beans averaged $1.25 per Rev. W. N. Pruitt of Atlanta children Merritt eight became a member Mrs. O. E. Crosby Mrs. ,Kate Mr.: Clute said.

t JeB-o topped attractively Iced 4. Add dry Ingredients and a hamper In price, Thirty-five Ga., who 'was expected to preachIs Mrs. Church at an early ., rte sow.wwiwwun .
served. few tablespoons milk, If necessary. minutes later the Saturday run of unable to be'wtth us this week of the and Baptist hud been a faithful member uuiwwinwwNwwwwwln. ., ''wwwwwau.waawunwue''' '' wwu.siwwrwuu.wrrwunwwawwuwww'

i of cake were gladioli and 9. Add.vanilla; mix well. 1,259 hampers began the procession because of serious lllnens In his age since. She bad been a

.uft dallies,blossoms pink were ar- 6. Chill dough; form small balls through the grader but only family. Rev. >Geo. Hodges of of resident ever of Bradford County for NOW
bydrangea Ii.Monday. Street.Baptlat Church BUY
sold for around $1.25 p. Beaver
the ThedeWtence. of dough and place 1 on greased and was a respected
throughout In years
knt will his place > MOn
baking sheet. Flatten balls with crop of 2,028: : hampers Jacksonville, Jill citizen. She will be greatly missed

were: Mr. G. W bottom of glass tumbler, first meant another alt night wee- the pulpit. In the community.Her .
present Raulerson
O. J.
OM Mrs. and then dipped In sugar; with the last hamper graded Eld. and Mrs. children who survive are Defends Orden
Catherine Tears, greased National
.,Mra. visiting of
morning of Jacksonville were Account
?? silver fork, at 7:00 o'clock Tuesday of Lakeland,,
G. W. Rob- or with the tines of a Llnnle Drake
| H. Moore, Mra. M. McRae Sunday I Mrs. Hardware a.
$1.2 Mrs. H.
Hazzard Mrs. pressing the balls down twice with the late run averaging I and of Aluminum and
Mr. Herbert Our Shipments
1 the bulk of the first run:
W. Hal Ed- with markings at right angles.
Bennett So We
sold from $1.25 to $1.35.: REALTOR Be Very Uncertain.
... Jr., Mrs. A. H. Harley, 7. Sprinkle with a mixture of graded Tuesday W T. CLUTE- Will
No beans were
i E. Dean. Mrs. Lonnie Futch cinnamon and sugar, chopped because of the rain preventing F. H. A. LOANS Advise You To Buy Now. ;
J. R. Shuford Miss Patsy nuts or cocoanut; bake In hot property
i working In the fields. We want the listing on your
Roberta and Miss Easley oven, 400 degrees F., for 8 to 12 properties for sale ALUMINUM'h
Intel! minutes. Yield: About six dozen We have some wonderful AND DRIPOLATORS
ma! next meeting will thin cookies. See us about your
the home> of Mrs.
IT Cookie Variations: STREET '
'Ann Harley and 119
I Miss' Shirley '
da Divide dough Garden
PInwheel Cookies: Mrs. Pauline Redgraves. who For Your >

\\1tt. and Mrs. Joe Shuford'spent Into two parts, flavoring and leaving one with the celebrated June lath; tall "lit HOES RAKES. WEED CUTTERS AND

paat week-end In Lawtey melted chocolate tle sliter" Virginia Anders, GARDEN HOSE
Roll each In a thin
other plain.
tttoj friends. whose 13th birthday' came on i
(Kn. 0. J. Phillips. Mrs. J. R.ower sheet; place ode sheet on top of Tuesday of this week; and Mrs.

of Miami and Miss ; another, then roll up as for jeliprOIL di Thomas Mock whose birthdaywas I CAN OPENERS STEP LADDERS SCREEN. l

ce Adams of Macon; Ga.; Chill, lllce and bake as yesterday.CONGRATULATIONS. WIRE, PRESSURE COOKERS w

II of Mrs. Phillips spent rected. Mr. 1 M1 1
lay In Jacksonville' shopping. o Filled Cookies: Roll out dough, and Mrs. G. W, Robert*-we P4

|lr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer. cut half with round cutter and hear that today Is your Wed WE CARRY DAVIS PAINTS
and Mrs. Bill Plummer and half with doughnut cutter the ding Anniversary. May you I Do Your Trading ALSO SHELLACS AND VARNISHES
I i Barbara Ann Plummer were sam diameter. Spread plain. have many, many more of
day visitors at the home of roundewith jelly, jam or marmalade them. Silverware are
6 Rogers
John Cone of Brooker mixed with chopped raisins where pieces in trade
|Rev. Herbert Hazzard left Law- and toasted nuts. Place remain. given away with every $40

r Wednesday to attend the AnN ing rounds on top, press together Recent Births or certificates. BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. I

Methodist Conference a t with a fork and bake as directed Are Redeemed Florida1III1""II"1IUtll"III"'tlllI.I. # ,
)'Iona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moon e, m Ch if SMITH'S GARAGE J. II. Carlisle. Owner Starke, 1
and daugh
Sirs F R. Carradlne anti small Mrs. J. R. Shuford Starke, girl, May 31. You chose """ "" __ r.1.
a-titer. Linda left Friday to ter. Misses Easley and Gwen Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jackso n STARKE FLORIDA [ .. ..-'..+"nn ...'n.nnMU' ,'!!!!!mmMnwwnnnmtiwnwnnnwinnwmmmwwiwnmronnwwnnwiwwnnw'' '!' !! -

4 I several weeks In Richmond, dolyn entertained :Saturday Those evenIng ,, Johns, Starke, boy, June 4. LI 1:J+
ice cream
-,and New York City. at an .
J. G. Davidson
[MrsR.. A. Grlffls and Miss Invited were Mrs. DavidW. -
rreU Dobbs of Raiford are Mrs. V. R. Ferguson. Mrs. :

slung Miss Vera Williams and Moore, Miss Caroline Jean and ,

James Scott (both cousins Betty Moore and Bobby I I

I Mrs. Grlffls) In Newport News, erguson. .
a Hy. left Lawtey yesterday Rev. and Mrs. Lee

expect to be gone about two little daughter, Carolyn, will return
Saturday from their vacation v

"- MM. MM B spent In Iowa and surrounding
Your Meals Talk Back? states. Mr. Enfield will :

this Is often a symptom offt be In his accustomed place Sun .: v ,,, 1bfa
Indigestion. Sour gassy atom- day morning as pastor of the j gMg

unwise eating and drinking. The Misses Helen and Emllle( s -
DU Tablets relieve quickly. Pruitt, Betty Brightwell and Mar- y aw f?. '

ALA AT YOUR DRUG tha Lou Whiddon of Jacksonville\ '14 ,,3r

,>'Kb.I were week-end guests of Mr., and ;: k. /
Mrs. Louis H. Hill. -

Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jones of
West Palm Beach and

\\falU. Roaches Ante Fleas, Blocker of Lakeland were visitors FIRST IN SALES because it's
this past week. t
7 Rats and Mk here during

brmless to Humans & Pets Mr. and Mrs. William wooten '
a;. *t Leading Drag Store of Mrs.Atlanta Carl are Wooten visiting at Mr.Kingsley FIRST IN DESIGN *

-__ __ Lake Sunday.but will Tuesday return and to Wednes-Atlanta among all low-priced trucks t ,

J- H. COURTMANCH day of this week they" visited in ). ... if1;

BCT WITH Watch-Maker CONFIDENCE Daytona Mrs. James Beach.T. Moore of Plant FIRST IN POWERWITH t/r/

ATROME City spent Saturday and Sunday ENGINE)
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BETTER DIET. -- Wear Back From Trip Mission Hall Miss Adklns Honoree Business-Program Meet of work done by her circle In. Im PRY of'ACT 1921 known
IS AIM OF FSA At Lovely Series For W. S. C. S. Members provlnathe parsonage; land In tde
I Robert B. Wear, Executive Sec And TabernacleA It was voted that a letter of appreciation will b. atfereAroreUnty' PI!<'1j

(Continued from page one) retary of the Army of, M. C. A., Of Pre-nnptTal Parties The Woman's Society of Christian be sent to Sheriff A' cash Outcry bid for, ..ubJ..C'10 the blgh' nit jnE
fine .musical program and Methodist O. Andreu and his assistants foi, the Trustees the
of the
returned to his desk Monday Of the h
A series
of prt-nupttal parties I niera
agency lie among the groups of morning after a ten-day vacationIn Gospel message were given at the have been this week In church met Monday afternoon and their outstanding work in enforcing alt.roY.m.nt bide, at Fund the to r.J.rt" 'I

lowest Income, among whom Is Ohio. He spent Sunday Tabernacle Tuesday night Rev. given' h&ld.a. program and businessmeetln& the liquor laws. nlnll' at 10:00: COUrthou.nr< .
honor of Miss Lois Adklns, whose mh.. day of July VA M{
likely to be found the greatest through Wednesday attending the Paul Weber and family were In teen wfor road nli.D. j''I

number of persons undernourished Commencement exercises of Ober- I charge. Mrs.. Weber and daughter marriage to4Bwj. .Pope Jr., of Mrs. Titus Olson talked interestingly To Hear ComplaintsTax any parcel will bent ltfnft"h?i"

n lln College at Oberlin, where his Fountain NVCto will be q event on the subject of the migrant an existing
stato5dith tk'
to the extent that an alarming Lois played the Swiss Bells, in state Mrs.A. Assessor E. W. Hayes will A strip
people our
two sons received their A. B.: degrees JJB felt Wide
of June 28.
number of its youth la found to musical glasses and "converted pb Wood talked on the subject, I meet with the Board of CountCommieeionere y NE across 8 end ot w or M
and where his daughter E of lit.
be unfit for military service because Mls Sara H<) Haynes. Miss in the courthouse road See 20,
completed her Junior year. She whiskey and beer bottles." They What effect has repeal had on RII' 12 E.. 1 Acre, T..9
of dietary deficiencies. Martha Brow'nlee' l and Miss Monday morning, July 7, at 10 Lot 1 Blk 1
the nation? I I : Plnlhur..t
was elected President of the Ober- also Banff solos and duets. Brother % aEth. Do
_Mi_.. WAlk@p.. ___n. concluded__________ "We flu Dramatic Association for next Weber has been here on previous Georgia Haynes were joint host The business session was presided O'ctock. ror tile purpose or nearing Ri 8t 7. sea 2I. T"II-
r hall work to see that diet of year-the first time that a woman occasions and his/ lnapiratlonlllieerv1cea esses at one o'clock. Tuesday when over by the president, Mrs.E. complaints and receiving testimony of NWIyI 11 of 8Ik.BEya I. Plnohuret

FSA families measure up to the has ever been so honored.Mr. have been enjoyed by all they gave a luncheon at the homeof K. Perryman and after Mrs. as to the value of any property S. Lott n.. II E. see 11,
"Gold Standard." which real or personal a* fixed on I, a of
nutrition Will Blair, the secretary h a dread D. Rik I
who heard him. of Pitt
Wear the remainderof have of
spent the Misses 'Haynes. A 8t\) .
Include: one pint of milk a day pro- the proceedings of last meeting' the assessment roll for 1941. 8 N. RII'.22 i' \" Bee II.t
his vacation at his home in His message was based on the fusion of gladioli and other sVmmer Lot. E 4 5
for on adult and more for a child; the treasurer Miss Amelia 1 or Rlk I
Cleveland. He the North 12th of Exodus. It Lathe v. V of Pin
says chapter> flowers decorated the living f R' Z1 BE-
a serving ; one egg Ray, made a monthly and also 11 1,
has had plenty of rain the grass, of the Passover. The Lots
vegetable, one of which ahould story and dining rooms After the TAX DEED 1. 2, 11 II
and an annual financial report, which (Meat\ Bill N. lea hunt Dev. Blk .
trees and crops are green, necessity of being under the blood I tempting luncheon was served, of NWV
be or yellow; two fruits, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN El b.
green showed that during the past con- R :
ana of which shall be rich In the atmosphere Is "peppy. He was stressed. "When II/ e e the the hostesses presented a personal ference the had That Eldry W. OUnion and Ma*.UOlleaon f. 5, .<<, ;
even sat by a fire a few days ago. Blood I will pass over you." gift to Miss Adkins and also to year organization holders of Tax CertificateNo. f Si Dev SSv1'ii.us.
Vitamin C, found abundantly In ofAugust .
raised and disbursed 9505.67.,Mr*. 191, Issued the Ind'l day Twp, 8 r '
citrus fruit and tomatoes; some Mr. Wear has leased the new The Ganus Brothers from Birmingham Mrs. William Henry Graham Jr., .A. .D. 1937, I.d earn a. '. 4,
Olson made an excellent report In ri ##l Anil ItavM .nnne Knnllacation
Harold C. on
house of Capt. Ala., will conduct a a recent bride. 0 Pln..hurot &ysCi4
butter; breads, flour and cerealmost for'iL tax deed to bej.i d a.c. ai ;
preferably all whole wheat Walnut street and will occupy it music school at the Tabernacle Tuesday night Mrs. L. D. Vln- NOTICe OF APPLICATION thereon. Said certificate embraces E. "' ...8. II
1, Mrs. Wear will come to FOR TDIOKII the following; described property In 1
July beginning Monday night, June 30. Lute
grain or enriched." jag entertained with a de aertbrid&e <''nate Bill N*. leg) the Countyof Bradford, State'' of Dev; of It.L..13, 11 Rlk I J Pin.
Starke shortly after the first, All kinds of Instrumental music party and the Vlnlnghome NOTICE! IS HBRKBY GIVEN. Florida, to-wlt 1 a. RII'. Nw'i 22 :....of BE4e. sea ILAll
though the children might not will be taught. Also singing. Tills That Emma \.. Helbera-er and JuliaH. Bo*. at NW. Cor of NE ,, of SE.a Blk II
t.. CITY UNDERGOES I was made more attractive Forsythe holders of Tax Certificate Run S S3 ft, thence E 525 ft. of of. Pln.burot Do,
coma before Christmas. group has been conducting schools with bowls of roses and basket No. TI, Issued the 4th., day thence N 92 ft. thence Westerly on nwyl: 9 E.sEw Sec U, Tea
WHIRLWIND CLEAN-UP i In this section for some time. One of July A. D. 1(38. hav filed same N line of said 40, Sit .ft tn v.b'l Ail Blk 1
:. of gladioli. Mrs Edward Burns In my office and have made ,.p- also bear at SW Cor of s NWV. Of Plnlhutel Do
Continued from New Grocery Opens class la held each week for a made high In the bridge game pllPntloh for a'tai dOled to be !1.- I NEV4 &: run N *2S ft, thence 'il (IS a..U n. Eyes 8ec. U, Tv0All.
( one)
5 page of ten weeks. tied thereon Said certificate embraces I ft, thence 8 S28 ft to S line of .,
period and was given. a box of bath the following: de.orlb..d'property aid fO, thence W onIn.. 625 ft burst Dev. a Ex Lots t I
Camp handing have talked of The Brooks Food Store opened Services are held at the Tab- powder; In the-,bingo game, Mrs.D. In the" County of'BradfordState to beg Sec. 27 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 B.containing1 U, IIif/of, R NWLJ. of ilE kbyA145
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last Saturday In the west of Florida, to-wltr acres.
t declaring Starke "out of bounds"If space I ernacle each Friday and Sunday P. Carpenter won the prize, bKH: of NEV Sec. 8 Twp.: 7 8. R. The assessment of the said prop- .ft. ot lan it didn't '''keep clean It was' of the new Raybln building on nights. Good music Is providedand a flower plaque. The hostess pre 21 K., containing; 40 Acre, more erty under the said certificate Issued !: of Blk Ij 2 It S W H1 Six: Cn j jpiece
West Call Street. The proprietor, or has.The was In the name of R. Oray. of E-41
_d. an evangelistic message is sented to the honor guest a pieceof a.ne.ment of the said prop- Unless said certificate shall be tt E *of W land 93 ft v : hy
'' J. A. Broks stores : V8D
In the midst of tha ,campaign, owns grocery presented. All ,are Invited to at- crystal matcfllng her .selected erty under the Bald certificate 1..u..d t 1.- redeemed according to law the Blk a S ot R%NE Cor 9E;
also at Greenville and at CampBlanding. wa. In the name of Unknown. property .' I I be on E side Blk t t
Dr. B. R. Boone Director: of the tend. pattern. UnUim. acid certificate shall be old to the : h.tth:11Jr the E I" of .allt J 5

Health Unit, in 'commenting Tuesday A' Bible class Is held every Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs. redeemed according! to law, the courthouse door on the first Mon B. R.T..mple.U E. tee isq
Mr Brooks will have his for- property .'' will be day In the month of August! 1(41, .
i on his findings, ,said: Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o' J. R. Walnwright were hostesses old to the h.tthI'd.Jr at the which Is the 4th day of August, NE A'Iyln.. I58
r mal opening Saturday, he said, courthouse door on the first Mon- 1tU. y4 Of Blk of Rr3 Bes1U
"We have here In a : :
Starke service clock. Come and ,
bring your Wednesday afternoon at a Coca- Dated this being 880 tt E
ana Will free lemonade to day In the month of Au uat. 1041. 11th., day of June k W by UI
for the collection' of garbage give Bibles. Also Bible School at Cola party at the home of Mr. which U the 4th day of August, 1941' a'S: being Just N Of land
wtUch might be made to function all purchasers on that day. He \ .. ([OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I.: Thomas H.nry ones. also .. A 0
3:00 P. M. Sunday. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. A 1941.Dated Clerk 1111 ft N I
will buy the farmers' and profusion this Itth., day of June of Circuit Court of Bradford from If line or pet
better. There are probably two eggs of zinnias and gladioli 1941\ County, Florida. f-20 4t 7UlRADFOR Fllk 2 Of R I E., said' v. A
chickens, he said. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 330 ft 11! 81: W by 6.
major reason. for It, (1)) the ft 111 1
garbage Attend F. B. /. Meet were used for decoration throughout Clerk of Circuit ,Court of Bradford Temples Acre
,, collection service Blacks the Mr. Brooks has leased Lloyd the rooms of the lower floor. County, Florida.20 4t 7-11 $ N OT COUNTY.1051 FLORIDA S M. R.SD-t, I Amex 8ec,5: ,

proper supervision, and (2)( those Green's house at 331 North Sheriff A. O. Andreu and Miss Adkins received as a gift a June Blttn TRtrSTEE8 PROVEMENT OF FUND INTERNAL
who collect the labor Cherry Street near the Ice plant. NOTICE IS OF OF 8T
garbage Police Chief A. L. Alvares were plate matchingher selected pat- that FLORIDA
VANITY FAIR BEAUTY pursuant to Section 0 of
I By A. J.
wader great difficulties." Dr. His wife and two sons arrived summoned by wire from FBI tern of., china. "**A' flower plaquewas CHOP Chapter 1129&, Laws of Florida, L I. Fund Thontaa, Bradford, Aont Trb,

Boone then stated that it wa here Monday from Greenville, and authorities to attend a special given Mrsji.'William Henry Count.

n an absolute necessity that some. are making their home in Starke. meeting Tuesday at the Mayflower Graham, Jr. who wa married Keystone; FOR HeightsOPEN BUSINESS CLASSIFIED ADSFOR 1
Mae Instruct the
garbage collectors Hotel Jacksonville where recently.
Koolerwave Machlneless and
explicitly as to Just how to Prize NameIn various
Winning Important national defense I Mrs. H. H. Parrlah of Gaines- Machine Permanent Waving

operate; also that. for the convenience topics were discussed. The ville, cousin of Miss Adkins, en- COMPLETE SERVICE FOR SALE-1 1-2 ton O. M. C. SALE-thirty-acre
of those who a contest Just closed, a prize farm
gathered up session was the first of a series 'tertained at truck with large refrigeratorbody.
Urn garbage the business menuse was offered for the naming of of a bridge-luncheon crop 1 1-2 miles South on i
all-day meetings arranged by Thursday at 1 o'clock in Gainesville Can be made into fine
28, 3-4 mile East
a regulation container the canteen at the Army "Y. Out of Starke
the FBI for law enforcement
ALL KINDS OF BLOCKS living quarters. Price
$150. R.
kind of heavy box In whichto of 73: entries Me /as Sergeant In their mobilization for
Mrs. M. F, Brown and Mrs. AND 'CONCRETE WORKA. Write John J. Heney. co High
dump their trash. It Is notp.selble James Wood was the winner. He national defense. officials .
for the work of collecting borrowed the paper, the envelopand law enforcement agencies City and, W. B. Sewell will be Joint hostesses A. ANNIS School DeLand; Fla. 6-9 it FOR SALE Registered

to be done properly if the trash the stamp, and sent In the American Legion leaders I n this afternoon (Friday) CONCRETE MATERIALS BEACH HOME-Ideal location 6 spaniel puppies. Lt E

k M thrown right out on the ground.It name "Yandlx" (Yankee-Dixie) Northeast Florida were Invited.A when they entertain at a dessert- 235 Washington St. bedrooms, 2 baths, comfortable, Rushton. Goldhead Bran

was finally suggested by Doctor and won the prize. The prize closed session, which was attended bridge party complimenting' the Opposite Depot Phone 165lifMCaf attractive and modern. Com- State Park, Keystone Heig

t Boone that the City Council will consist of a dinner given for by duly accredited en- bridetobe.Mrs. pletely! furnished for all-year 6-20

; _appoint either a person or a com- the winner and six of his friends. forcement officials was held between L. A. Davie, Mrs. Edward home.. Exclusive section At-

,, ,_IU.. to confer with the Health the hours of 2 and 4 p. m. Burns and Mrs 'J. E.! Wilson will latlo Beach. Available for weekor FOR SALE- by private or

tTnlt. and that they talk thingsover Endorses CleanupThe A demonstration of bombs and give a garden party tomorrow longer. Reasonable.-Ellen 1938 Buick business coupe i

freely as to the plan of pro Incendiary methods formed the morning (Saturday) at the homeof Gllleland. 2925: Riverside Jacksonville radio., Runs perfectly, \

cedure. Only In this way can the following resolution was closing feature of the program. Mr. and Mr*. Davis, In honorof Fla. 6-13 3tp low mileage. $400. Ream

work go forward as It should unanimously adopted by the City Miss Adklns. selling- have. two cars-
Council In session Tuesday night FURNISHED: COTTA Call St. -
: Mrs. R. O. ,todd.. Miss Kitty 017 9 oa
Meter Yield Slight "Whereas, the sanitary condition Friday Hogsed 'and ''Mrs; Edwin Torode Lake Santa Fe. 5 miles) east of

of the City has been so much Im Waldo. Electric lights, running USED TYPEWRITERS WAST
Friday entertained"at
night at 1 Coca-Cola
8 o'clock a ,, party UAM u1mtLinJ '
Parking meter ,receipts for proved by the representatives of Softball game sponsored by the Friday afternoon of last week at water. Inquire Lewi* I The County Defense Cou

April and May were less than half the State Board of Health and Army YMCA will be held on the the home'.of Mrs. Florence Emma ,Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Fla.tf want to repair and BORR

the amount received for the 29 Dr. B. R. Boone, of the local athletic' Canova. A 2 used typewriters for civil!
grounds of B. H. S. The variety of garden .
day they were In operation in Health unit, Therefore, be It resolved i Champions of Btry. C, 116th F. flowers were used In decorating defense purpose. Car!(
March. From March 3 through that the City Council record for the and FOR RENT..furnl.hed 'apartmenttwolarge Bradford Co u nty TelePhone
A., under Sergeant Glllstrap, have occasion amusing con-
*t.; the meters yielded $138. For Its approval of this work and the tests entertained the rooms. Mrs.' G. P. 29.
accepted challenge of the guests. The
the 61 days in April. and May they that it also officially appoint a 169th Med. Detachment from hostesses presented to Miss Adkinsa ,Wadsworth Hampton. It

yielded $76.70. according to city committee, namely, W. M. Edwards Mlddleton, Conn., under piece of china matching her FOR RENT Room with 1 1beds.

clerk Carl Johns, who counted the together with Police ChiefA. Ma.a elU. Sergeant selected pattern and Dally cash market for cattle and .-Mrs. R. F, Demon
; to Mrs.
swoney Tuesday. L. Alvarez, to cooperate with William Henry. Graham, Jr. hogs. Auction Sale every Thursday 221 Park. Place, Starke.
Asked the Health Unit and State Boardof beginning at 2:30: p. m.
when the
recent bride
paving wa RULED INDEX CARDS-3x5f they gave a pair of
Health I n keeping Columbia Stockyards, Lake City OCEAN ho
all completed and sanitary FRONT -6-room
more pillow
parking 91 BRADFORD cases. The hostesses .
conditions per COUNTY serveda o na lor P4tw boo I.k t, con Fla. Phone 481.
as ahould or write J. (
they be In shed
completely f urn
pace was available, the parking TKLKGRAPII.: variety of sandwiches, individual timing dozen of bright Ideas to Im. '
regulations concerning the meters the future." cakes mints grove your baking. Address: Rum ford D. Odom. Jr., P. O. Box 2471 sleep 13.. Information P.
PowderT__Box_T. Rumford. R. I. Starke Fla. '
would be enforced, W M. Edwards --- tf Box 214. Jacksonville.

chairman of the City

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so successfully' III its OWl defense,

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serving shine Service such/ defense company' projects, already as / switch: to s swifche ,

Camp Blinding Banana River Naval .. "I

Air ease Oaa lacks naval and ,

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leach. air base and numerous: industries ". ,

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