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 27, 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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JUN 271941 1 '? ,H8TARKE. r re


Trading and Home of the

[R reation Center forBLANDING BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries" h' "; .

C .1SY This Side Heaven ', ; r +
Official Count PublicationEstablished In 1877 s

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New Union Bus Station For StarkePictured !. (' ,: ,.

Handsome City Authorizes' I I Officials Get Orders '' j jIp" 1 I N .

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| Plans Drawn '/ :!

To Enforce New Tax Lai"\ J t

For 4. Projects

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At a special: meeting of the Officials Comment On ,New Procedure AU Delinquents w,

City Council held at S o'clock
Coat Collector' 0. A. Knight yesterday warned that the newt

e Monday afternoon the firm of .\ laws provided for the publication on July 15 of the names To Be Listed'Everyone '

Reynolds' : Brewton; Smith and of persons delinquent' In the payment 01 1940 personal and '

I Hills, 'engineers and architects of Intangible property taxes. Heretofore" publication of
Jacksonville was authorized 'to has torn confined to real" estate lazes, Mr. Knight agrges t hat '''y "'

proceed with plans for a water explained "The new law ha teeth" the collector .....1. .'an.. the new tax laws passed by "

works' project, a sewer project, a I cannot too strongly urge property" owners to file returns" on the 19.1 Legislative.. session H' "

recreation building and a clinic JM".onal'and" Intangible property." Personal property tuxr. have teeth. t

for the City,of Starke. become delinquent this year a* of July 15, but thereafter the Returning home from,the +;1 3 3alate

The firm was specifically Instructed date will be April 1 of each year. "The new law require me -wide tax conference +

to-start assembling such to issue. an execution against personal property upon which In Tallahassee T u e 8 day

preliminary information as mightbe axes are not paid" Mr. Knight ....1.1. (big and most Important
required by the Public Works tat and
pow wow on ;:II e

Administration in considering applications "If I don't assess all property both personal and real" estate, county government In a

e e for these projects construction at Its actual cash value, I am subject to fine and Imprisonment decade). Bradford 'County

5 of which would Involvean ," Tax Assessor .:. \V. hays said In rotimwiUlng on the officials are planning t o' ram?

a'd.a expenditure of several hundred new tax: laws. "Everyone mint make UM proper return" atonC'ert..ht put In high gear the mach; '-'

r'.w.. ," thousand dollars. nowt After thin year" returns. will be made by ehinery directed by the new ftYrp,

J1 John F, Reynolds and Ivan H. April I," the Assessor tuUd.! Mr. Hayes explained that the tax enforcement 8 t a t utesrequlrin& N ,
E : Smith members of the firm were full cash val asseee'
aKNewraent of .
: property at its full cash value will not Increase' \ : :- new
present at the meeting and agreed eats forrprepertyt ." soda atrlnpac" "
taxes, since the millage will be decreed as the _.Mtn.mmt .
above la the handsome new modernistic Union Bus Station of the Florida Motor Lines, that the firm would receive no In Increaaetl. collection features among 'whtchrm ;

ilch was opened for service, last;week., It was made necessary by the increasingly heavy volume of fee for its services unless the pro- are mandatory publication of the t le.N is

Blanding traffic making: bus connections here.accordlng to a statement by T. D. O'Steen, of Jack- ject Involved Is successful In obtaining "If personal property tax: Is not paid names of those ,who fall to'' pay'
DIp '' by July Inaction-will
p. W. Their
Ule, traffic 'manager for Florida Motor Lines. Lacy Conway la local agent for the company,, and willingness to financing.go ahead on this be taken to collect It," W. )L Edward, chairman of the Hoard sale their of taxes tax delinquent promptly: property and final. 1 ', IMI w
station was completed at' a coat of $4,000. of
tee that the new Commissioners eonroented following w"' e
basis was Interpreted by the. Tuemlay'a both real and penonal Jail terms
Council as meaning that they feel meeting In TaUaJuMnee. "According to the new!' law. If people are provided for officials who dl, "b

sure Federal funds can b& ob- do not come la and pay their taxes. 'the collector must go violate the provisions of 'the act. I

[outh Loses Life Those Now 21 Bell Buys tained for these local projects. I out and collect th_ After taxes have been delinquent' for ,. ,.w w

Must Register July 1 Effort at the present time will two years, the county will apply for a tax deed within 30
be concentrated on the water, days get the deed, and the property will belong to the county. Br clt0r4 tauwttalns atte.cl- t' "

ly ElectrocutionSUrke AU men who have become Olson PropertyEarly works project,,and the sewer pro- Any official Mho dora not do hU duty may not only be. put log tile .Importaat' tan _t.. t.. q

y 21 ;years of age since October ject rather than on the recreation' out of office by the Governor but Is subject to. 9300,floe, or lag 1ft Tallahassee Tuesday K'

18, 1940 must register with the center and, the clinic.Community Imprisonment,' or both.*' went Tal' Assessor II:. w. a + ;

was saddened about 3:30: local Selective Service Board this month the Southern lIa)'.... Tare Collector c., A. +euy
p. 11 Tuesday by the suddend between the hours of 7 a. m. Bell Telephone Co.. purchased the Players Knight, Clerk 01 the Circuit sa

accidental death by electrocu I and 9 p. m., on Tuesday July former East Madison street homeof Court A.' J, Thomashair-
Organizetfere| Class One Exhausted man 01 the Board or rye
of Marshall Garden, brother 1, according to a recent announcement Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson-the Being Rapidly ODImty ten
by President Roo_ o 0 m mIctaIoael'll W M. Eel- '
H. Garden.: Mr. building occupied by the Company ,A. new Idea i la semi-professional pti Wa "
f Fire Chief V. ; ,, velt. AU registration la Bradford ; wards ..Chalrosa 01 tile
arden had been In Starke only ..aor County will be conducted since Oct. 1 1940. According to entertainment ,Jls being brought Because Many Fail Physical ExamsClans School Board B.! 0,. Sparks. t ''u arts
here with the organization of the
( months, and would have been .it the office of the local board Mrs. Olson, the Telephone Company County II! a P ertAtelldeat' "
Starke Community Players under
1 of Saturday.' Hi* la the Armory at Starke.It leased the building for two 1 of those registering with the Public Iast.ruoeUola Dr. W. E. f ass nM
years age the cap. ble 'direction of PalTerry I Selective Sen-Ice '
I d d t 0. chool Roasd
body accompanied by' Mr; and 180 Is estimated In that Bradford around i years at $190 per month with an a professional artist of considerable Board of ,Bradford County) will soon be exhausted at thepresent M. III b e r 0..0. Kelly, .... !J ww '

V. H. Garden was taken a County young have men become 21 since. option to lease It for a longer background. A nephew I rate, thinks Mayor N. D. Walnwright. Jr., secretary Charles lardy. from b e r, I I

tie after midnight Tuesday to October 18, and will be, affected period or to. buy at the end of of Dame Ellen Terry famed the- of the board. According to Mayor Walnwright oat of the school board off e.. 110 "et.Iaaa "
the period. atrical figure, ie was a protegeof lat eight legiatraats to' be examined only one paused the 401 01loWa trom' all ; f Nor
non, Ga., the Carden;' home. by the new order made i
the late David Belasco. and physical examination. Four turned because
down ovr'Ftorida,
of attended tic.meetl.g .
Roosevelt "In the Long before the expiration of j
t 11'11I prepared for 'burial by De by President ,
for several years has bad his venereal disease and three fer
othercau.ea. Out of the
Interest! of National Defense. the first year the business of the previous
I\1tt\ Co Jones. own theatre.and production companies -' group of four only two were &oot'pted."And the trouble .
SouthernBell had grown to such
Mr. Garden to across tbs country. He I In," said. the Mayor "even after d
according Berry gigantic proportions that the com- they get to Camp Blandlng, One of th0 pertinent points
Johns, superintendent of the'light Is a graduate of the American many of them are. turned down."
exercised its to brought out tn' Tallahaas.e'
Minister pany right buy wan a
plant, for whom he had been New Academy of Dramatic Arts In "According to the lat a
I and the deal was consummated report we had continued the the fad that compliance wit b is '
New York and has directed little
i-orktng for the past two or three Mayor "Bradford County wait the 'second highest" In the statutes requiring full
early in June, the price being $7- Bute cash value ,, ,,,
theatres California Texas and
this was assisting Georgeh 500, Mrs. Olson stated Tuesday. In In point of rejection. Columbia County being. first. But I assessments should. not increase Vii s

lineman and Wesley Mc- For MethodistsAt The Southern Bell recently ex- 'Louisiana. am sure that now Bradford County mOAt be the highest."It the talC burden in as much as the j -e"r+

pound man in Installing pended 13,000 additional in re Ten productions are scheduled Is high time the public was waking up to the ....rlou.of ..- law directs the commissioners S "
lectrlcal equipment near theme modelling and Improving the here for 1941 with the first onea IUMM the situation," Mayor Wainwright said l "ami compel and school boards to reduce themllla&e
of Mr. and Mrs Edward a meeting of the Florida annual variety program-set for }
lh_ who are afflicted with venereal dlMiSMea. to he In proportion to Increase
Burns West conference of the Methodist place.Mr. July 3. The organization Is making treat**!
on Madison Street.
at The In assessment "wblcb wl1\\ reduce
once. Health
Olson's $7,500 two- County Unit In. anxious to
new with
held last week at Daytona cooperate
Church in the Armory
ey had Just hung a new trans.oener I its headquarters the "take" from the fellow who
IM thin line.
Beach,. Bishop Arthur J. story concrete-block building on here where the plays will along How are we going to whip the Germans ? M'
on a new pole, and Mr.C&rden has been supportln& governmentto S''
was tying a wire on the Moore assigned the Rev. O. C. South Walnut street will be ready be presented. All persons Interested with a record like that? these j
many years and,, distilt t i} w1 a'ret
ulators on the pole when the, Powell to serve the Starke church for occupancy around August 1. In dramatic public speaking huts the burden to property" that e n

Went occurred. I for the coming year. The Rev. The Southern Bell Co., has leased per s o nallty development, Nuttall TransferredTo Paramount Grill SoldThe has been evading some part ot l r"

He had on rubber gloves which H. A. Spencer, who has been the up-stairs as a dormitory for fencing, dancing stagecraft and Its just tu load

tthed nearly to his elbows but pastor for the past 12 months, 18 of its feminine employes.: It all relative arts of the theatre are Orlando AreaThe Paramount Grill was sold Oavernor Holland made It very''
assigned to Donla. will have six a I r con dltioned to audition and register, naun6y
wag invited Tuesday
lame according to an plain that while he t
manner he must have each with connecting bath. second meeting of the Ad- announcement warn prepared .r ,
bled hIs bare arm against the rooms and immediate-tryouts will beheld made by W. T Clute to throw the full l'e.IOune. of,
The down-stairs will house two for the numerous part in visory Board of the American
voltage ((2300) wire Mr. : realtor; who made the sale. The state government officialdom Into l ,a ..
to Mrs) Olson the first production which will i Recreation Center was '
''okas stated and, standing on a: stores. According Legion buyer was the.Blandlng, the Job ot co..operaUn& wit ,
tees 1 bracket, which grounded I IIII there Is a probability that a Western have a cast of more than 50, Mr. i held Monday night Mayor N. D. Inc, and the Center county officials and coordinating *i

and completed the circuit he' Auto Store will open In the Terry says.A Walnwright, Jr., and County $900 check put up asa the tremendous effort ahead. he'I. ; a ear
,. '
Instatly killed. I' north space while a grocery portion of the proceeds from Clerk A. J. Thomas were present binder on the 9,000 deal was I. equally as well prepared to a '!

George the south Mr. Terry's production will go to signed for the company by throw the "full power".of him .of. r
Parrish climbed the pole store will likely occupy to1' represent the city of Starke. ;
4 let Mr. Garden's lifeless I' space. In the rear' of the new the high school athletic fund and Eugene D. Connell, Pres., and fine Into the scale. It necessary .' nra
Olsen body v will have a the organization "alms to bringto Camp Blandlng was representedby to secure a complete compliance ,a
Joseph If.
by a rope. Dr. L. H. Jen building Mr. Olson Arnold Treas. The '
Starke entertainment of the Public Relations Officer Col. with the law oar
Inp hi. refrigeration -
hastened to the .scene of large work shop for sellers were Mr. and Mrs. Oeore-
he and service business highest merit and to foster local! O. W. McNeese; Army Morale Of- Governor Holland stressed the
tragedy, and artificial res- sales Pappas. More than half of the n
talent that might be uncoveredIn fact that these laws do not con.centrate -
tried repeatedly In ficer, Colonel Collins; and Army $9,000 is to, be paid In cash while
endeavor branches of fine and cre- or centralize InT.llah..e.
Q to resuscitate the Rotarians Plan all Morale Officer of the 43rd Division the balance Is to be on terms It power
y, but It ative arts. J. S. Lind. They leave the power esM
failed. Dr. Jennings S'y Major was said.\ "
14 Ladies Night of action In the counties. merely 4''
occurred Instantly. S. Store To Open AU expressed their regret upon The new owners Hill likely take giving supervisory power, to state
Members of the Rotary Club P. hearing of the transfer of J. J. over the business Friday Mr, officials to the end that unlformlty ?k +

L. Underhill are going to give the ladies a About July 10 the P. S. Stores, Nuttall. supervisor of the local Clute said One condition of the -.. required by the conatl. attution

8 ned break. Inc., will open. In the new space: recreation project 'but were sale was that the buyers could shall be secured.

Saturday III been two or three years just West of the Edenfleld Jew- happy to learn of his promotionto secure a lease on the building fora "These Dew laws are not Idle as ugestures.
'. "It's to Supervisor of District Two and period of three at $200 '
U Underbill. a we've had a social event elry on Call street, according years he sald 'They're going
!lied and lifelongresident, hlghly-es-of and since Invited our wives," >Program. J., B. .Skier, president. "We have the Orlando Air Base. The new per month with the privilege of to be enforced adding that b..tood'10 p
PIne Level Leslie A. Shepherd been serving military men for supervisor of the American I renewing the lease for two more per cent back of Comp. l d
section of Brad. I rman
or4 C h a Mr. Skier Legion W. P. A. Recreation project year. e" wj
CowtY died FrIday June warned. "Some of them are begin- the put 20 years troUer Lee In his administration a
It hll home pretty sore about it.": said Wednesday "and will have Is Clayton L. Perreault who According to Mr. Gluts that Is of the statutes v
near Starke
after to get
lingering Illness. He G. C. Powell ning knowing nods all military tailors on the premise comes to Starke from Bradenton, tbe highest rental yet paid for a er
of age. was 83 There were general to take measurements for officers where he was Director of recrea- any one store in the city of Gaines and Rileh 9 "ff.
and a
table ,
Born Mr. and Mrs. Powell and three around the and enlisted men, and can tional activities In the public Starke. s +

Dderh11erved April\ 28' 1878' John Lacy children will arrive here the latter consensus of opinion that "some-I supply them with uniforms mack- school: system.It L. H. Gaines and Tommy Bitch
as County Coroner from Cler- thing outta be done about overcoats." was decided at the meetingof / have just, taken over the Shell ,'
part of the week A Ladies'Night. Inaws and How You Can Help
e for five years and the Something will. I The main office of the P. S. the Advisory Board that all filling\ station at the Ko.y Korner. wr

many friends throughout mont where they have spent I Stores Inc., is at 22 4th Avenue, requests should be made throul"hch&nn.l. The Bradford County Defense just across the street from p
county during this time. He past three years and Mr. Powell At first a basket picnic war New York City, where all the of the W, P. A. and the Council would like to borrow 2 the bowling alley. T1aey".U gas r"

life engaged In farming most of will fill the pulpit in the Methodist considered until someone had the 1 manufacturing will be done, and Army. The subject. of dressing typewriters. They do not ask for anti oil and do washng and rpolishing.
Pine and was a member of Church at both services considerate thought that "if our the firm will sell direct to the room and showers as an additional new ones. They would like to ; t i t

1 Level Baptist Church for Sunday. They will be greeted at wives are gonna be the honored I military men and thus save theJobber' convenience for the soldiers borrow 'typewriters and repair These two young men are Just N ,

Years. the parsonage by Mrs. Titus Olson guests we surely don't want them I profit..Mr. Skier says.R. were discussed also the postingof and put them In shape and home for' their stammer vacation: n *,10
IIQl'V\vora rail \ Include his Wt' Mrs and her committee from the to have to prepare the supper!" H. Maths contractor hopes signs directing soldier to the ue them to help keep Hitler from Mr. Gaines baa been attending the .; s

Underbill; two daughters. Woman's Society of Christian So the chances are strong now to have the store ready for occupancy recreational center; the lighting the Americas. If you have a type- Emory Junior College at Oxford' ,

Krt 0, R. Alvarez, Starke and Service. of an outing at Camp Immokaleewith in a few days of the out-door area and the writer-any make-any age-any Ga., while Mr. Rltcb bu been 11\
R ?. Turner Plant City; Other' ministers In whom the supper prepared by the man- scheduling of Camp BlaMing pro model-any condition-please see the dental college of Emory/Un!. w

eon Albert Underhill I. Starke; Starke people are interested were agement of the Camp. Date: possibly Cafe gram. or write H. A. Carlton Secretaryof veruity Atlanta. Ga. ) ,
'Qd rro thera, Walter and Charley given charges as follows: Frank July 10. To Reopen, the Council In care of the a.

aderhtll\ Starke and C. L. Robinson. Arcadia; Henry Blackburn For the athletic-minded/ there Jamee Patray. ,who closed the Dr. Brownlee LeavesDr. Bradford County Telegraph. C of C Dance Tonight'S

er Plant City; and a ela- First Church In Gainesville will be swimming boating, bad Magnolia Cafe about April 2T,
ej Ruby Underhill Starke. ; Herbert Hazzard. Lawtey; minton. For 6tHrs-well. Joe expects to reopen It around the J. W Brownlee who holdsa Judy Canova Al Ritz The Chamber of Commerce

rIneral semces were held at N. B. Cox, Lake Butler; Laurie Wilson h a already challengedMarcus 28th of Junew The Interior has I captaincy In the Dental Corps, dance which warn postponed last tl N It

Cl'aVealde In Croeby Lakeafternoon O Ray, College Heights Churchat Brown to a heated roundof been changed and It Is under has successfully passed physical Starke's own movie actress, Friday because of the alert signal, s. -
fiery' Saturday at Lakeland; W. F. Dunkle. Jr., bridge. stood that Mr. Patray will handle I examinations at Camp Binding Judy Canova, wUl appear at the at Camp Blandinl" will be held t rM 1

vuock With the Rev. W. E. : Snyder Memorial in Jacksonville; sandwiches and beer Instead of' and leaves today for Camp Claiborne Rita Theatre next Wednesday and tonight (Friday) at the Armory.. i
Of Chaplain U.. S. restaurant line. He La. Definite arrangements Thursday In her latest sidesplitting starting at D o'clock. Wrtttea ln. re" "ivitatlons
t g'G of-: B. M. Montgomery A. Fred Turner. the regular
_ ;h::: He wane assisted by, Army; O. F. Scott, Professor at at St. Church Petersburg Orlando; l ; J. E. Is not yet sure just what the new concerning his office here have comedy. "Sis Hopkins." according -.1 are not being extended.

E. R. Bower of Starke. : Southern College. Lakeland; W. First Tavares H. C. Hardln business will be called or exactly not yet been made. Dr. Brownlee to an announcement yesterday i but girls from :St&rke and surrouadln& -- .n
t Avenue, Shepherd. ; I and will\ be an- by George Manassa man towns are : '
followed under the dl-: F. Dunkle Sr.. Nebraska Superintendent of Gainesville when It will open he announced said yesterday; Ilor41a111' Inv rvlt
won W. A. Fisher Perry; District nounced at a later date. ager.I d. ... .wjn
Funeral Home i Tampa; District. Tuesday. :k ;; ,
city Church
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't Roosevelt in accepting resignation wroteto FARMERSBy Burglars Beware INITIJIS';UD.('iti CHtctiT ci i-(.-,.T LT.Fraok'V "..p."
The Bradford Telegraph I WITH !
the Chief Justice: "This comes to me, as The Edenfield Jewelry has Installed COUNTYAND. "OR aaAO"

Established 1877 I know it will to the whole nation as a great an up-to-the-aalnute burg Marlon Kelly IN CHAN"ERY Orlmea,

shock for all of have counted on lar alarm-not the old type wherea PlalnUtt,
us your
V I : robUnhed Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Soc-' accident or mere coincidencea think there is anything wrong N,
has to risk his life by I Uti
service for afternoon Interviewed about that for those that wantto person Qrlm
y14 sad ClaiM. JMatter fttkthe Pout Office at starke FU.KimPRESS continuing your splendid many reporter Saturday foot a Defendant
-;' .., two pair of brothers, be married And I believe obviously placing on
inclination is to NOTICE
.. to come. My every
--- years when the burglar TOSERriCg
all four of the sam name and all that two can live as cheaply as .
Ji Im$< MfiMB1 I = T a beg you to remain; but ,my deep concern from Lawtey. one, if not cheaper" he continued. the scene It" rather a To Frank tlTATE A.OF Grlmee FLoIUD"\;

ASSOCIATION .\ for your health and strength must be para- Truby Griffin. thinks "we have "Well, why don't you get mar- device that makes the place practically dance Radio and Company addr*,* who' "1 1llh
*; + "I'm 100 burglarproofat Jaroale4
mount." .,Mr. Hughes served New York Stateas enough rain for right now I'm.atLstJed ried ro' asked the reporter. percent bland, New York, i.
.. not in that notion. was his night after closing hours.
in ." he a0.! "It will last Just required ordered
lie of State That
01IOLtLDgi Governor. was Secretary about a week. That la aa king as reply "If the right one ,comes According to the local manager.E. of Auruat to A appear on the tr]
the Administrations of Harding and ,Cool I mind." entire store above D. r belo,
will last this time of year. along might change my W. Owen the entitled court. V.
________.__ .Editor Mid Owner any
Matl2lew. ?
K. t flied li
Presi- front and including windows .in. ruu
nominee for
idge, and the Republican (And that was before the tllt.1 Referring the war situation above entitled COUM '
--- -- and other is wired and ford ; '
A SUBSCRIPTION MATH rain Sunday!) openings County TeleKrn'ni.1"
dent in 1910. I. Mr. Griffin said: "I think denlrnated an 'I.
connected All doors when closed the
Six Month 'I.OO- Speaking of the war situation Hitler la which thl. news"'"'
F Yearly. $1.73; way things are going order .bal1
There has not been a man in public ". have wire connections. When the once a week for b. D t
Mr. Griff said: goingto. winning." Asked if he thoughtthe weeks t coo
life' in Washington during the twentieth tell youIt's dun bad. If reports U. S. would finally enter tht connection is broken anywherea WITNESS
Confidence In President RooseveltClimbs have to allow window, a door or other opening of this my hand and a
century who has served his country better are true. We'll. war "We're already In It, was !
To An All-Time High than the retiring Chief Justice. He ranks for half of It Each one Is goingto the reply. "If we go In It right -the alarm Immediately rings, thus(OFFICIAL 15th i&) ni p-
so that If Is Impossible for A.
lie, and we know that. If they we'll win" he continued. "With any- Circuit &r
A nation-wide poll announced recently with John Marshall as one of the greatest were killing Just four or five, that the men and resource we have one to enter the store by any .'aonvllle Wm.kDfMohr', Fla.. Clark Ridg'

that President Roosevelt's personal popular of all American jurists, wouldn't be quite ao bad. But if we will Just stay over here, method whatsoever when the manager Plalntlffiit.i1tl(
they are killing men and women, we're bound to win. But we closes the door without disturbing -
ity has climbed to an all-time high. When one thinks of how a Justice of big ones and little ones-at least don't have anywhere to land over the populace. J IN, REad : Estate of
A. J.
; The poll attributes the rise in the President's the ,United States Supreme Court should that is what I hear over the there. Anybody with ono eye anti l la To aU Creditors MCKinney And, Derr Peroe.,(

4 a to the international crisis look the answer is: like Charles Evans radio" thimble-full of brains can see Building PermitsSam InC' Clalme Estate: or Demand' A

popularity Hughes. As to who will win the war If that. I don't see any where-now. You and each of you
and the repeated tendency of the American _t America does not become an active If anybody else sees any place on Gotlieb June 19, concrete 'hoUfled any claim and and required 10 are'
drive and brick front on present demand.
of the participant in the conflict, the map I'd like to see it." you, or either of you
If people to turn to the militant leader The Liberal Polnt-of-View Mr. Grlffis thinks It Is about 8050. building, $600; G. G. Barksdale. S-alnst the estate of J.i mat i
when confronted with D. A Griffls, of Lawtey has a frame garage $110, June 10, W. Kinney, deceaed. late of\1
Democratic party "England stands the County, Florida,
Now Dominates The Supreme Court t
str H. Norman frame Gas-
child. "Food fyA. at Graham, PlorX
chance so far, ho continued. ,"Idon't wife and one pricesare ? .
great problems.The kins 11,000 June 19 days from the dale
u property ;
President Roosevelt 01 Ih
Time given "
know whether we'll get in going up. he said Saturday. publication of thle .
finds i notice.or
Starke Coca-Cola Co., back of Dr.
latest nation-wide survey Each claim
what Congress refused to give him when he it or not but it looks like it. I tis. groceries are pretty W. E Mlddleton's office 5750 In wrlUnll', and 'haljndj,1
with opinions on was in the army during the place of '
that 73 per cent of voters proposed his f Supreme Court enlargement 'World War 14 months 11 moths high But'not the farm products. June 20; W. C. Prather frame addrens of renldence the claimant and pop end
a vote of confidence in Chicken feed is high, and the garage June 21.MIMEOGRAPH. be aworn to, by the clalmui
the subject express over on the other side though I '
measure-the right to staff the Court with or her attorney, or hi, ,,
'' D. Roosevelt. Only 27 per cent saw no fighting." farmer gets no money for eggs.Chickens Agent, and any uch claim ,
Franklin P A P E R-'1 mand not ao filed nhall ,
Justices whose social and economical ideals too b.
Asked whether he would be are plenty high J..A. J. McKinney
him President.This reaBRADFORD COUNTY Jr, i
fr. 4'' said they disapproved of as his. willing to go again if needed Mr. that la, if you're buying them.If per Administrator of the E |
a parallel TELEGRAPH. Of J. A. J, dJcJJ
1 McKlnneyf
new popularity figure tops the 71 Grlffis said "I'm going to wait you're; selling them you can't I 27 r"IM
t He has now appointed seven Justices, a till they call me before I say get anything for the m And w
? per centjound supporting the record equalled only by Washington who whether I'd go again or not. I'm that's the reason." continued Mr AND J. H. 'COURTMANC\
in January to tell that I didn't Grlffis, "that farmers CONCRETE WORKA.
of his third term inaugural going you see many are
the time of appointed the entire first Court Watch Maker
course \ ,
any of the army that I liked. 1don't not raising chickens. The war A. ANNIS:
; T 5 and the 72 percent recorded in a simi- but it only numbered five Justices then. think !It would hurt anything situation in general and Camp CONCRETE MATERIALS BUY WITH CONFIOEXJ

lar survey last month. Mr. Justice Stone, a Coolidge appointee, who to say that do you? Of Blandlng, may hava something to 2S5 Washington'St. AT
t has course I'd go if I had to Hitler do with soaring prices" Mr. Grlf- Opposite Depot Phono 185 YOUR HOME JEW!
rl re-elected last No- has been elevated to Chief'Justiceship,
; The President was is about to the end, I call it. I fU said.
vember with 55 per cent of the major party voted favorably on most New Deal legislation don't know what other people "If we go over THERE" said

Mr. Justice Roberts, a Hoover appointee call it," Mr Griffin concluded."We Mr. Griffin speaking of the war For Ford Sales and Service See Your I L
vote. has middle of the road recordhe "we'll lose But if we stay over
a "
haven had rain,
More than 80 separate surveys have has voted for some New Deal"laws, said Levin Grlffis, enough also of Law here, we'll win. We're not goingto Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Local

been conducted on Roosevelt's standing with against others. tey. "It does' good, but It l n.tenoogh GET in.in,"" he concluded; "we're One Block South of S. A. L. Depot
." (That also was before already
the public during the past seven years. This Court will exert a great influenceon the Sunday rain.) I" /

These have shown that Roosevelt has never the country for generations''' to come. Speaking of the war, Mr. Griffin Permit For Horses Andrews Maotor C<

been a 'minority' President-that, is, his Most of the, members are young men. A said: "If England doesn't get p A. Beaudoln of the Dark
some help she's gone But I'd
popularity, as recorded in these surveys, has long and important list of new precedentsmay like for us to watt till they come Horse Riding Park on 0 1.Haynes' Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years
property appeared -
be expected a more liberal inter- over here", he said. "They can'tcome
j fallen below the 50-50 line although the City Council recently
t never Constitution the definite over here any easier than ,Phone 118
pretation of the for to STARKE, FLORI
asking a permit keep
there was a ,time-in September, 1935- we can go over there.'To tell you .
end of the "horse and buggy" era in the horses In Starke The Council
I don't much
1 truth care about
when the President received only 50.5 percent America. the war It's got me puzzlledj I agreed to issue him a permit,

i support. don't know much about It. I provided he place the horses 200
don't think we're feet from any residence and keep ENJOY AN EVENING'SENTERTAINMENT
the highest points in Defense Bonds going to GET ., ..
> r. Until this spring Buy Into It," he continued "I think the place In a sanitary condition t -

the personality index: were 60 per cent in The public is, still being. urged, to help we're already in It I'don't wantto
a, the beginning 1934; and 70 per cent in be burled in the bottom of the Chicken Shack Robbed
the country and itself .by: purchasing the ocean-and that's where .
they ,
Nazi armies were overrunning .
May 1940, when the K. B. M Illigan-. "Chicken '-
Defense Bonds issued bury them when they're killed
United States
new Shack Bathing Boating Bowling Billiards]
the old Avenue
France.It over there I think we'd'better on Temple ,
begins to seem now that President recently by the* U. S. Treasury to raise wait till they come over here." site of Dr. M B. Herlong's office,
was robbed Friday night June 13
Roosevelt will be more 'fortunate than many money 'to finance" part of the defense program Mr."Old Griffin Hitler said is going, "If to England win" Less than $20 was taken from the And Many Other Sports

great men who have gone before himthatthe Paying a slightly higher rate of interest doesn't get some help. There's cash register. No clue was ''left

true measure of his greatness will be that the average saving deposit, the nothing keep him from it. Of Mr. :Mllllgan didn't say whether
his "chickens" stolenor
any were
recognized during his life-time, and that he bonds offer an excellent opportunity to the wins course, but, I If hope they the don't other get some side I not BAR-B-Q TRAILER PARK

will live to enjoy some of the appreciationand help they'll lose." CHICKEN DINNERS
small investor to gain safe, steady returns. COTTAGESGOOD
often do not come S
admiration that very SHRIMP DINNERS
The present unlimited national "I think the Legislature has AUTO PARTSUSED
to a man until too late. added some more tax to us," saidE. FISH DINNERS FISHING
ency means that sacrifice will be necessaryby Grlffis, also of Lawtey "rais TIRES, REBUILTGENERATORS COLD DRINKS BEER ON TAP

Years Added To Average Life the average citizen. The regular pur- ing the price of the automobiletag. AUTO
chase of Defense Bonds-especially, by the
Are Monuments To Modern Medicine OARS AND TRUCKS IN
Mr Griffin Is unmarried. When
small wage earner-will provide future security -
Outside a famous Southern city thereis the reporter asked him what was ANY CONDITION. KINGSLEY BEACI
in the economic adjustment period uppermost in his mind, he natur-
where the dead of long- Used Autos
an old cemetery $25 up ,
that is certain to follow the present crisis ally thought he would refer to -
past generations lie buried. There are 1,396 the high coat of living, as the
and at the same time aid the defense pro- HASKINSAUTO
graves in that cemetery-and in only four factor prohibiting big getting mar LAKE FRONT AMUSEMENT
Is believed that immediate
gram. an response -
ried. "That's the least of my woe PARTS
cases were the persons buried there more will strengthen the national moraleby rice" said Mr;' Grlffis. "I think North of Town on Boat 13 ".' I ON, ROAD 48, ,NEAR CAMP. BLANDING
than 4, years old at the time of death. In teaching the'people to sacrifice present people should get married; I don't

other words, only one-fifth of one per cent luxuries for future necessities. nn _nn_

of them reached what in these modern times x
is regarded as the prime of life. Still True TodayI Zij 7hij e' 9entex

There could be no more graphic illustration J

of what, American medicine and preach to you then, my countrymen e>/ J Js tits/tt

American medical science have done for the that our country calls not for the life of

health of America. One hundred and fifty ease, but for the life of strenuous endeavor. ; 7' ,

years ago the life expectancy of man in the The twentieth century looms before us big a 4

United States was 35 years. Today it is 62 with the fate of many nations. If we stand

idly by, if we seek merely swollen slothful

\ years.That has' been the result of endless ease-the bolder and stronger peoples 1

striving, under a free system of medicine will pass us by and will win for themselvesthe
which gives every doctor, every scientist, domination of the world. Let us, there- 'F- .,,,,.N., .. 'i7va, "" ? ."" t,, .I ,ar Ali lb i I t
the chance to achieve to the very utmost of fore, boldly face the life of strife, resoluteto %-v ';g ,this' '4i

his abilities and energies. Research in great do our duty well and manfully resoluteto &

laboratories-specialists in big citiescountry uphold righteousness by deed and by t

doctors in villages and hamlets--have all word; resolute to be both honest and brave, e

contributed. They have spent their lives to serve high ideals, yet to Use practical

working to make the lives of others longer, methods.Theodore Roosevelt.An .
fuller, happier.

In those hundred and fifty years ty- Economical Session I It '

phoid fever has almost disappeared; small- Homecoming legislators all over Floridaare i A.x.+uGx stir

pox: has been subdued; diphtheria has been receiving congratulations from grateful l + V A 7or :

practically conquered; tuberculosis has been taxpayers on the economical session that e

robbed of much of its terror. The monu- recently came to an end. They proved thatit 'Here's a Sparkling Center of 'Hospitality

ment to American medicine is written in the could be done I Expenditures were so much Y

standards of health of the American people less than in 1939, that even the members for Friendly Folks Today

-standards which are not equaled anywhereelse themselves were surprised. The resulting O.1iWe .

on earth. saving of more than $100,000 is without

precedent in Florida's legislative history. of Florid are friendly challenge to the present '' >*** *"* '

The Grand Again d' fortunate indeed in our are these first days of hospitality. t ;#
Old Man we say, "Congratulations!I"
Of The Supreme CourtIf heritagcof'hospitality. And now as then wherever :'9 .110

there old If You're 21 Now Treasured in the discriminating people might gather, MalE
ever was a grand man in Register ''s *
:: minds of old-timers JAX Beer is the center, the very ate 1 ,
Washington his name is Charles. Evans Have you come of age since last October ,,, are their recollections! symbol genuine hospitality. JAX 1'p( ESSfe'*?!

Hughes whose resignation as Chief Justice 16? Then Uncle Sam wants to add of the excuris mellow
you early : a zestful beer, known r kt,,.!' ,
has just been accepted by the President. to his list of eligible young men who are sions to Pablo Beach: .I{ and cherished throughout Florida tie.

The Chief Justice is 79 years of age and waiting for: a year of military training. If of the moonlight rides on the St.I since 1914. 'f .

he has weathered the tempests and storms you live in Bradford County you must Johns! of operas and balk, of .h You'll like JAX. Why not try

i of many years and retires from his high register at the. Armory in Starke betweenthe 'concerts, of great dinners. True. a a bottle today? -Th* old Windsor Hotel'HoSJII StJ

office after earning the admiration and appreciation hours-of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m. on Tuesday, J tIC\.tOmI.zIe. about 1830. Tax fJ.trIOI/oI

: of the whole country. President July 1. JAX. BREWING I :. COMPANY. Jacksonville! Florida I ? It iv<4n u dettrvjtd enormoiu m wooden JdCkdonttpilld"tat%i901 t;


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JUN 271941 1 1': -i 'i''i'll' '


Bradford County JHlbI""e"a week for 4 consecutive suance -.' I If..t !

.fredlt Court Ch.n..r", Jo."pb N. week. Robert of this Order! and yen to appear In aald Court and causeon NW\4 a. part of WU of NE" W Cornelia. South boundary *f ,
I 4 ,. WITNESS hand and Bishop are hereby required whose place tilresidence to the '
my .
In G a the seal July 7. 1941 otherwise the allegations Em.
to appear on of Ry &: NE 'or. of BEH of NW\' of of at ,I
fl of thin court at Stark. July 7th 141 In said .nknown. Harrison said 8KV NBh WL ,
Florida of the Bill of d \
fes.: thhlIthr day of June A. n UU' court and cause. Bradford County Complaintwill Sec.. Twp. I S. It. 23 K I I. embraced Barns, whose place of I I.' point 304.5 fee. West Bttcorner (
be taken confented r..aldenel
Telegraph I. aa by you. under Certificate No. (33. said land containing \, 1,
j ttb (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomai; designated' as the Bradford unknown. Benjamin A'un. ..' thereof; '
far 1)11 t&s'ti3ttz Clerk of the Circuit Court. duly qualified newspaper to pub Telegraph U All (1S lots Blk 80 Peek Addition place of residence la Sam I '.79 Acres, more or less 'i'i
$ J C. Purrance .. this Order once each week for designated as the newspaper topublt..h to Starke In NW'4 of NW"* Mam*, whose place of residence. I"unknown. PARCEL NO. a. i iTh.t t I 1v
teffizs8&ts! four consecutive. weeks prior to this order once each week N of 9th.. St.. Sec. 2S Twp. S a. R. Hams, whose place portion of txit I 58 a( sprdlna "I,
; Plallltlft..Attorney 6-20 4t 7-11 said return day. Witness. hand for four week prior to said return 23 B. I Is embraced j under Certificate of Unknown Lillian to plat of Lawtey-Kast "

& 10 b'ffH-s-8s and official seal at Starke my Florida day.Witness, No. 247.Fraci. Bams 'nJ.I"..... of r..ro..n.( .. Isunknown. hit within 100 feet of the center.line !
., tit Tile nnri'iT' ("OIRT EIGHTH this June 4, 141. my hand and official Lots A. B, C,t.P.'k of of State Road 111, Project i -
....01 "".e Jell'raph.: a new.pap.rnt1 JUUICAt CIRCUIT' OP KI.UH- (OFFICIAL SEAL! ,) seal. at Starke, Bradford County Wynns Addition. to fI :"kII; of residence Is K..ly. Ida.Rutherford 15(13.( sald centerlln being described
..aId Bradford County.r' IDA.' IV AND FOR BHUKUIIU Clerk of Circuit Court A..1, Thomas. "Florida this .tUth! .r day 'of May A. Twp. e 8. It. 22 E.. Is embraced whose place of residence Is a* follow 1 4
IIJ/I/rd Florida.' i'V-nlima, COIJNTY.Ill County Florida. Bradford D. UU. under Certificate No. 403. Calluiian. "Florida and to all oth.runknown Begin on the West boundary of

M'IAL(: t'EAJ. ) B I' a 41 t 0 rdif CHANCERY Knight& Knight (OFFICIAL SEAL: %' A. J. Thomas 21 KW.. of 8KU! Sec. 3 Twp 7 R. R. heirs at law. devisees, said Lot 10 at a pint 3.* feet '4 .
Clf'olt (0urt. 640 U 7.n Vlrcll U BoKKf, Attorneys for Plaintiff e.. 4t C-I7 Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 1. ,. containing 00 acres, moreor legatees. and llenore of larh.n South .f the NW thereof I
k 1 less Is embraced under Certificate of
Flurlda. Plaintiff. County Florida. 6-6 4t ..n fams. deceased: Robert said point being on the e .
,. "11- No. 1Z77 No. 4SS. and Rochelle "Franklin his wife, curve having radius of 2,21.33
Bradford County. Vera) 8. Bog**, IV (".nCTI... COI' The assessment. of the said property whose place. of residence I I. Lawtey,. feet. tangent. bearing a t'sail
CircUit Court. Luna M. Defendant COITY. RT. BRADFORD NOTICE Of APPIICATIOVFOR under said certificate. No. 2ttwas Florida; Wlllard .., whoss point being South 70 degree 1.
Ch.ncery.( eorEe DyaI. d. ORDER OF SERVICE FLORID t_IV: IIIA.NIKKV. T1t.: Jo:" In the name of B. F. K.uff'n.nl place I of r..I ..l'K..lt. unkno.n. 47" East; thence fouthea.t.rl) I
rld"wntltf. VS. the 4th day NOTICE TO APPEAR Grace Ardith ("....t. Mill V*. 183) The assessment of the said Archie Kettles whose .f re. along ..141 Curve to I e
.01. on ) O. 114t. the def.n.AO'Jor. THE STATE OP FLORIDA: vt Ray Henry Hawk Hawk Plaintiff NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VKV. property under said certificate Nu 'r..I. Lawtey. Floi C. T. central angle I degrees 3$' .4. I .t.tI
A. whoeS 1'41.1- To Vera 8. BOR-K, whose renlIM On 7th Defendant That Emma M. Helbercer and JuliaH. 134 was In the name of D. : whose place of d"I .n feet to the Best boundary ,
t, .. P7I. |I. required toiled CIRCUIT COI'HT BRADFORD A. D.Monday 1941 the tne day of July Forsythe. holders of Tax. Certificate The assessment of said property, Is Lawtey. FlorIda, Harry t 11.1 10 at a point 14.. f_t '
,ot I I. unknown. against him (COUNTY FLORIDAIN CHAN. Henry Hawk, whose defendant Ray No. 76., Issued the 4th, day under said certificate No. kit was whose place of residence I is \1:1known. South .f Lt NB corner th.r.ot .tt
to the bill to b. pb1lhIdC CERY. unknown Is residence Is :if July A. I). 1918. have filed same. In the name of The M, H. IlubbardCo. Neoinl Kettles, whose Place PARCEL NO., 4. t
This ord.r Delia ?lf. Tlllman. required to appear to In my office and have made application of residence I '
d. four consecutive \ Plaintiff vs. the bill of .) The assessment of the said Florida. That portion of lbs lot :
week for county Tel.I. .- Urban O. Tlllman Defendant. him herein. complaint This order filed against for a tax deed to be Is- pr> under said certificate No Mary Ruth KItU.w't .. place situate. North of Clllrcf t
Br.dtord to be publlahed tued thereon. Said certificate embraces p.rt3 of adjacent :
In In On Monday the 7th day of 334 In the name of residence '
July t
II 9 shown upon
lU.h..l Lot > .j
once each week to a i iJr"e
new.llAp.r for
a ,,8 tar k.. A. D. 1S41 the defendant Urban U. I consecutive week four the following describedproperty Sproule; The assessment. hi Rejolc I Kettles, whose PI 'rld:1r..ld..no. Lawty-Kast Side. lying? within j
alr.dturl: Couflt1. whose In Bradford In the County of Bradford Is '
Tlllman residence Is Route I County Telegraph. property lndeI said e.rlf.t. No. l.wt. Florida. Mary 100 feet of the.centsrtffle of mat*
,d' Jun' ) A..1. Thomas 3. Macon. Georgia. co. O. C. Amer- published In said a newspaper State of Florida I "I'.p.;; 383 was name Herring Kettles, wh..* place of residence Road 121 *. said centerlln I
'IIIAL: tlEAL Court Er ad ford son, I. required to appear to the I Florida.: Starke Bradford Count'i: SEVt of NE. Sec. 3 7 8. R. ) Th. assessment of the said Is Lawtey. Florida, .Albrook Kt- being a. p..I.1tl' i ,,1
k Circuit '-20 4t 711oTICE bill of complaint filed against him I 1941. Florida 21 E., containing 40 Acres moreor property under said certificate No. ties., whose place uf residence Is over and d..8rlb. ,
.If. Flurl herein. This order to be publishedonce less.The 158 was In the name of J, C. Kfronison unknown. Ross Bud Kettles, whose follows -
each week for four consecutive -I (OFFICIAL, SHAD A. J. Thomas assessment. of the said. property ; The assessment of the said. place of residence I I. unknown and Lawtey-Kast Begin on th.8 West boundary 'of 1.
of APPL.'ATIOJOr weeks In Bradford County 1CIerk Circuit Court Bradford under the said. certificate Issued .,.ty; under said certificate No. to all other unknown heirs at law Lot (t of us Id Lawley.Kast. Sid
Full. T"X o DI. Telegraph 'newspaper. published County Florida. '.-' 4t -27 was. In the name of Unknown. Propel In the name of Unknown; devisees, legatee and llenor .I! .. point 19,8 f..t South of th* 1 I,
1'i ) In 'said Bradford Count/,- Florida. I Ilnl. .. said certificate shall. beredeemed The assessment. of said propertyunder I IL Kettles, deceased, and J.' 8. NW. corner. ther.t. said pint
GIVEN.I Rtarke. Florida' according to law the said No. 116 was Itutiedge, whose place of residence
HI June 4th 1941. a curve
\ c.rUfl..t. being on the are i
: Ja"
01'1\:1 ot Tax I therein will\ be Is
E. Evane holder (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas ORDER OF IILIC4TIOV' property t.h"I'h.t. In the name Henry U. 1..ol; unknown; log radius of 1,391.03 f..t LI
I E. %O. 48$. issued the 7th Clerk Circuit COliI'' t. Bradford Aol NOTICR TO APPEAR sold te bidder at thecourthouse The assessment of the said property And to al persons. or total.central angle of 14 degree H. 1
Itlrall pecember A. D. 1881. hassme County.,Florida. (-. 4t A-Z7 STATE OF FLORIDA TO: All par door on the first !Monday under said certificate No. 24* claiming right, haYln.. .. I*' 30" tangent. bearing at sal it i '
ot and hau In month of ,
In mY office I ties claiming Interests under Meg.I the August 1941 was In the name of W. Hunter estate. mortgage nr other lien to Point being; South II decree 17'li ,i
.vpllcaUun for a tax deed I a-le E. Edwards deceased. In F.4' which Is the 4th day of August Harwood; The assessment of said or on those certain. parcels of East: thence Southeasterly .
I..u.d ther.un. Said cent-. IN THR' CIRCUIT COI RT. RIttHTilJHUICIAL lot 8E% and. EH of SW of SE 1941. property under. said certificate No. land In Bradford along said curve to the rightthrough .
the following ct. CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA. I of Sec. 1. and, NEVt l NE 4 of Dated this 16th( day of Jun. ill was. In the name of Wm. H.Yarbrough which are ,' "UUlly. 'Iorhl.part a central angle of de \ '
mbra" th.t 1 '
II properlY 10 the County of 1 I'M AID FOR BRADFORD Sec. 12, ah In Twp. 6 8. 14. 21 K. 1941. ; The assessment' of saulrnp.rty of Stale RuKd No III 68' 09" 471.77 feet tb mil
bid state of Florida tow1tIt : COUWTYiv In Bradford County Florida Its (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas ) under said 7-th, of Certificate as 'Project 1502 as o'd..I.natec trees boundary of 10 of > < ,
ford 01 Bill 7 or LotS 2. 8. Liv- CHANCERY tenements, hereditaments or appurtenances Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford. No. 485 was In the name veyecl and platLed by the State I TrubY" Co' t1ub Division James McBride : County Florida. ..20 41 7.11 of I.lln..lon. Truby A Co I The Itoad Department of the State of fet South' of the Ntt corner ,'
loll Iec. as Twp.' 6 S. Plaintiff, said under Florida and shown *
of l'E" You are hereby notified that I property by right of thereof. $
K It -vs- No. un Federal Farm Mortgage NOTICE:: OK APPHC4TIOT said certificate No. 510 was In the way map thereof In the office of You each of are hereby ': *I .
''l .....m.nt of the said. prop-. Ethel McBride, tion aa plaintiff has filed Its Corpora sworn FOR TAX DhKDenaie name of C, L.. Peek; The assess. th* Clerk of the Circuit Court In to b* ansi appear lathe 1
..ndtr the said certificate isCII Do'fendant.ORDER bllt of complaint against and' <.. Bill '\,,. lfl.1) 'ffl.t..a property under jtald: land! for Bradford (', des .n.J. Court In and for Bradford J'
In th4 name of David OF SERVICE J S Harrison, Mrs J. H. Harrison you I NOTICK IS HEREBY lIVEN, No. 853; was In the I crlbrd In the Petition jl.niln the Florida at the office
SmIth NOTICE TO APPEAR Hollle Thornton and; Kalford I Carroll 1 That Eldry W. Qlleiton anti Maggie name of K W. Hayes. ; The assessment above entitled cause on the 32 day i I I..f th CountJ. of paii Court In th* f'
Role certificate shall be0d THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of said under saidcertificate of May A. I>. 141 Bradford County. ,
.. laid aa Defendants In the Circuit I nilsHon holders of Tax Certificate properly by Bradford City of Stark. ,
01. accordlnlf to law the To Ethel McBride whose residence Court of Bradford County Florida I No. III. Issued the 2nd. day of No. Ill was In the name County, a political subdivision of on nr before the to dayI G';
therein win be Is unknown.It I I filed of C'. Peek The assessment of the State of Flurd. what ."
d..crlb.d Wherein the relief sought Is foreclosure August" A. D. 1937 have same L ) Florida et al, against I A. D. .fJ. to show \
orlY the highest bidder at thetlloo" Is hereby'or lned that you over said In mv office and nave made application said pr"I.rl3 under said certificateNo. you, and: each ufla you, seeking to r'ht. title, Interest or lien you or I ''
10 door an the first Mon- are required to appear on the 7th prc""r yOf.n'o; you are hereby required -I I for a tax deed to be Issued In the name of C. L condemn for road and high f you have In end to anI of '
the month of AUIfU.t. 1941. day of July A. D UU before the to appear In saidCourt thereon. Said certificate" embracesthe Peek; The assessment. cif said. property way purposes the said parcel of said above d..rlb" of '.. .
"II I. the flh dAY ot August above entitled court to the bill of '!'I.. and cause case No. 12C. on July I following described I property In under said certificate No. 14 land situate., lying and being In land and to .. why th* \
complaint filed against you In the 7th 1941. Bradford County Telegraph I the County of Bradford, State of was In the name of C. L. &: J. Bradford ('.unly. Florida, and sam should not b* taken for th* ; 'Sod
LtId 11hle 181h day of June 1941. above entitled cause: and 'Brad I I. designated the duly I Florida, to-wltl Peek; The .. said prop.erty mote particularly described .a.. fol ue and purpose set forth In said t', t.t5
FICIAL SEAL) A. J.Br.dfordn Thomas ford County Telegraph" Is hereby qualified. newspaper to publish this I l4.'g.. at NW Cor. of NEI4' of E'4 under said 1ri No. 4(1.1was ( lows: Petition, to-wlt. a* right of '
k of Circuit Court of designated. as. the newspaper In Order once each week for 4 ctinsecutlve I & Run 8IS\ ft, thence E 625 ft. In the name Dr. Ida J. PARCEL NO. i. drainage ditches and borrow war' .,.,oI.till'.
Florida. '-20 tt 7.11 which this order shall be published weeks. 'Witness hand thence N 92 ft thence Westerly online Helberger; and the assessment of That. portion of KH of PKV4 nf for a section or portion of 'j l
n t. T'I I once a week for four consecutive and official seal. at Starke my Florida N of said. 40 R23 ft to beg, said property under said certificateNo. NhiVt of of Section **, Road No. II designated. a. ProJect ,
O-:; L'C weeks thin June 4, 1941. : also beg at SW Cor of SKI, of 4Ml was In the name of Gross Township NII' Itsng 22 East IS03, a 'located surveyed and 'I

ilOTHE TAX nEED I WITNESS my hand and the seal. (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. ThomasAs N'E'4 & run N 321 ft. thence N 525 Mfir Co. ( Lot 43 of Lawtey.blast Side) I ly shown on said map or plat hereinabove ';I'11 ,
FOR Hill No 183) 'of this court at Starke Florida, Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- l ft. thence B 328 ft to S line of Unless said Certificate .hal be ing within lot( feet of the centerlinn referred. tOt or default maybe ..11 ',
1 I CreaSe HEREBY GIVEN. this 2nd. day of June. A. D. 1941. ford County, Florida. .said 40, thence W on line 625 ft redeemed according to the vf State Road Iii Project entered against you \' -pwE KJI .
OTICB IS holder of Tax (OFFICIAL SEAL.) A. J. Thomas Knight &: Knight to bear Sec 27 Twp. 6 S, 11 22 E, properties'described therein ::1 be &1.1.. centerline bring .d.. WITNESS my.nd a* Clerk 'of M<
,,1 t Oratton Cooper 1018, Issued the Clerk of. the Circuit Court. I Attorney.. for Plaintiff. 6-6 4t 6-27 containing 5 acres.The sold:: to the highest bidder the punning over and across the Circuit Court In and for Brad- I .r !3
IIk.le No. A. D. 133. ha. Edward P. Mulcahy, Jacksonville, < assessment" of the said property Courthouse door on the first Monday Lots 44. 39 and 3* Lawtey. ford ('i"ty. Florida, and the seal "J '
fa, of August office and ha Fla. Plaintiff Attorney. 6-6 4t 821IN I under the said certificate Issued In the Month of July, 1941 East tikie aa follows!.1of of Court this the 32 day of 4Iitslh
same In my In the of li ) Begin. the A. 1>. 1941, at Stark, In 's
deed to IV IR"I"'T COI'RT. SIR "DFO.JID was name ray.ITnless which Is the 7th., day; of July A. on Nut'll I boundary of 11.3 ,, I
t cbaeln.rorsaJ. .. said. certificate. shall be I.). 141.Dnled. said I..t 44 point MX feet. lr.dford County Florida '
: 1 '
:.:, I certificatethe describedt CIRCUIT C tiRT. BRADFORD COI STY, FLORIDA-IV CIIAN- redeemed. according) to law, the this 4th. day of June A. : the NK.rarnor thereof, .. SEAL) A. J. Tbom. t''Jj 5s5,
rsrl following COUNTY, FLORIDA-IV C..AJIo.CERV. I CKRY. property described therein will I I i.tp being on the Clerk of the Circuit Court sod ,
D area >f
t In'the County of Bradford.r Ann Johnson Reeves, Plaintiff sold to the highest bidder at Itt: J:. hAL curve having' a radius of I. for Bradford County Florida ,
( A. j.
) READ Thomas
ot r Florida, to-wlt: Arthur J. Emory! Plaintiff va. vs. Calvin C. Reeves Defendant. courthouse door on" the. flr.ton.\ 291 113 feet. total 1 ventral angle T. Frank Ijindrum 'J..
!* of Blk 1 8 of H am"A all Catherine Emory iSetendant. On On Monday the 7th of Clerk CI..1 Court Or.r.rd of Attorney for [" 'l
2 8 of R 4 E day July day In the month of August 141 County .. 4-6 4t ..27IN 64 d..r.ea.19 nllllllts, 30 sec I Ittlnn.r. i
portion of Blk Monday the 7th day of July. 1941 1941 the defendant Calvin C. which Is the 4th day of August onds, tangent bearing at said .TATM 0. < ;. 0.51.6
ilki In SW-4 of NWV & N 87If the defendant. Catherine Emory Is Reeves., Is. required to appear to point being South 4H degree 24 COUNTY HRAItrORDI .1 I
t tIE'", of Blk 3 S of R 2 B & required to appear to the bill filedagainst the bill filOd against him herein Dated; this 16th, day of June TIIK ..n..T CO!'RT OF TiE minutes:j 85 seconds East thence I A. 3. Thomas, Clerk of the ''tJ
Tut portion of NE% of Blk 3 8 her herein.' This order to This order to be published once a .:11'1'1 J 1.; l, I t" I A I. <" Southeasterly. along said curve Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial &'i
fe I E. N of i. Sec. line & all be published once a week for four week for four consecutive weeksIn :(OFFICIAL! SEAL' ) A. S. Thomas .' <'01:VrV FI.OKIUAlillADKimD to through a central angle Circuit In and for Bradford : .

[ portion of Bfk 3 8 of R 8 H consecutive weeks I n Bradford Bradford County, Telegraph a Clerk of Circuit Court cif' Bradford COUNTY a political I of 'I.h. .." 13 minutes seconds ('.unty. Florida do hereby certify ;",1 I005l1
g 1 :S of 14 !I DIV Bee. 22 Twp. 6 S. It. 22 El.. published In said Bradford County. County. and W. M Kdwards, (Chair gvncyt thence Mouth 3K degrees 11 true and correct copy of the oticeIc \ 'i

aa.iMMimment. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J, Thomas (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas T. C. Chastaln I J. L. Wynn, minutes Kast: 40.44 feet to the Eminent Domain Proceeding 1 'j,. l0i
of the said prop- Clerk Circuit Court. Clerk Circuit Court. TO WHOM IT MAY COhlNs tr' 'Hatrell and is'. D. Reddish, South houndnry I& of diild 8* II.au.d on the 23nd day, of May. 4>016
| under the said certificate Is- Starke, Florida June Bin 1941. Starke Florida June Cth 141. TAKE NOTICE THAT one 130 ,as members comprising the entire nl a point::: 103.9 feet Hast Iitt I. 1141, In the case of Bra r i'''I rebut I
J ''u In the name of Unknown. .-. 4t 6-27 6-6 4t 88'tN' !Model A Ford Coupe. Engine No. Board of County Commissioners of SW corner thereof 'ford County a political subdivisionof 9,, 04
fnltn said certificate shall be A-3444461 bearing 1941 Tag No. Bradford County, a political I subdivision PAHCKL: NO. I the State of Florida and W. M. ,
according to law the 11-335, with an appraised value of I.'l'h"l .
nrd of the "State of Florida, Edwards, Chairman T. C. Chastafn.
Ill? described therein will be IN CIRCUIT "OI'RT. BRADFORD. CIRCtIT (COtflT RRtDFORD less than 31,000 was seized In Petitioners, 1 portion of Rrof NE4< of i J. L. Wynn; M. O llarreli and F. U.
to the highest. bidder at the ('OLNTY, FLORIDA! ....AN. FLOKIDV 1IIAV. Bradford County Florida May 21, -vs- W..t .r graded Reddish, as members eomprlslnar IP' '
the first Mont COt MTV, 1941 for being used In violation ofSection and WWW of NBV(, of rW) entire
loum door on ('FRY.Bernice. I Bapp Same, et al,. of \ the Hoard of Commlssloner j X
i the month of August, 1941, Plaintiff vs. CEnT !' 9, Chapter 1301 Laws of Defendants, Section iii. Township 3 Muth. of CnuntJ: apolitical > ,t
t i U the 4tb, day of August, Earnest POllardb. .. On Emmie Lenora Peebles Plaintiff Florida 1939 and that It Is the In- Range of 22 East lying wi ( subdivision. of the Slat '..
Monday the 7th day of July 1941 vs. Jack 1* Peebles. Defendant On t.nUon of E. W. Scarborough; Director \ NO'rl1 f..1 the centerline State of Florida vs. Sapp Mf
tl'd'I this 18th day of June 1941. the defendant. Earnest Pollard I. Monday, the 7th day. of July 1941 of the State Beverage Department ll\K\T HOMtlN PHOrKKUIXi Iliad,, 121, Projnot .650J. said oen- rlama. etWiTNESS I. I'.tlon.r J'1i ,
I.'IUAL SEAL) A. J. Thom.s.ot required to appear to the bill filed the defendant. Jack L. Peebles billfiled of Florida. Tallahassee lows* being I described a a fol hand and officialseal i

7 I Circuit Court of Bradford against him herein. This order to In requited to appear to the ; 1r.'dto sell the property above IN TIlE NAME OF : I. at mJ Bradford County < I,,
|jlj, Florida. -20 4t T.ll.OTICF. be published once a week for four against. him herein. This ; at public ale In frontof STATE OF Tlr Begin on the North boundary of glorld this 22nd day of ) '
consecutive weeks In Bradford order to be. published once a. week the Court louse at Starke, Florida TO ALL WHOM MAY CON said. hWY of NI' nf HWV. at a. ) A .. ltd
County Telegraph a newspaper for four consecutive weeks In at 10:00 A. M. on July 1, I CERNAND: point. D9 3 .. of the MM | (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. ,
OF APPLICATION published In said Bradford C'nunty.; Bradford County Telegraph a 1941. to $app. Bams, whose plao corrmr thereof arid run thence. A* lrk Circuit Court, Tb'ma. '4
.KKI. 1OS> ) (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas I newspaper published In said Brad. The State Beverage'Department of 'of residence Is Lawtey Florida, South 85 dcr.. 11' East 810.60 County. Florida ..ao G 1-21
Clerk Circuit Court. ford County Florida reserves I the right to reject j -
: UIVEN. 1941. 3 Thomas any and all bids, -- ---- -- --
t iJ. F, Shaw holder of Tox Crlit Stark., Florida June 6th... 4t 6-27 Clerk(OFFICIAL Circuit REAL Court.) A. All persons claiming" any right" or f.< F1 ;
No 225 Issued the Tth
day Eth 1941 Interest In or to mild property orrr..r"
.ni.t A. 1). 1031 has filed Starke, Florida June thereof are hereby' re 4cI
6-6 4t 6-27
I* In mjr office and haM made IN TUB:: CIRCUIT C-OVRT. EiGhTH to appear and to make:; : such.
I ration for a tax deed to be dUIJ.r'AL (IIICIIT OK FlOE11)4. claims within thirty ((30) days from '4
1-4. thereon. Said I crrtlficMo IN AND! FOR BRADFORD ORDFR OF PIRIICtTlOV AND0'1' the date of the first publication of Housework ,
{'110S< the following; described tOUVTY' % (('.' TO APPEAlS' this notice a. provided for by Hoc- urges you I
|oIly In the County of Brad- Elisabeth Henry STATE OK FLORIDA To: FlorenceFuclone tlon 13. Chitpter 19301, Laws of alt
8ite!\ t" of Florida, to-wlt: Plaintiff St uckey. Reserve Louisiana Florida. 1919 to the State Hovernge I ,'
t ln 8"i of Lot 2 U of Ky &: .vs- No. 1258 care of Bertha Mc J <]ee> Department of Florida, Tallahansee L ''orC
f River Sec. IS Twp. 7 S, K. 20 LeRoy Henry You are hereby notified that Florida, or all such rights and ? ti'isl
containing S Acres, more or Defendant. Charles W. Stuckey as plaintiff has and Interest In and to Mild property to..pause 1 :?l '
ORDER OF SERVICE filed suit. for divorce In the Circuit shall cease and terminate,
I ummnent of the said. prop- NOTICE TO APPEAR Court of Bradford County Florida K W. Kmrlxirough. Director: r1 i.
under the said certificate I.- THE STATE OF FLORIDA: In Chancery against you Florence Plate Beverage; Department: of Lir

Iw'co.In Ihe name of Empire' To LeRoy Henry whose residenceis Faclone Htuckey as defendant Florida Talluhassee. Florida. 1' hIA4
2461 Davidson case No. 12A7; and you. FlorenceFaclone 6-30 6t 6-27 iii),
Avenue Bronx ,1 lit IP'
!1100 '
said .
certificate hereby required :
shall be Stuckey are :
New York.It --- "
mod according to law the to appear on July l<)th, 1941 ; I' Ao
t, described therein will be Is hereby ordered that you are In said court and cause. Bradford NOTICE Of' *PPM.'ATIO\ I
>the hlah..t bidder at the required to appear on the 7th day County Telegraph Is designated as FOR 'I"\'" IIKHfteM > ; c7 X'
'houpe door on the first Mon. of July A. D. 1941 before the atove I the duly qualified newspaper. to ( *<. Illll No. Illll) %
.? ''month of August 1941 entitled court to the bill of complaint publish this Order once each week NOTN'K IS HKHBBY GIVEN 1 4.4 i f
> li the 4th day of AugustI filed against you In the I for four consecutive. weeks priorto kl t1-1t: D. 13: Knight I Itlfr"'at L.; :
above entitled cause; and "Brad said return day. Witness my holders ef Tax J!
""I.d l this uth day of June. ford County Telegraph" Is hereby hand and official seal at Starke Numbered respectively! 26A Issued "
designated as the newspaper In Florida this June 18. !141. the 6th., day of Sept. 1932, No.
'?fY? SEAL) A..J. Thomas which this. order shall be published (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas 134 Issued the 5th.. 'day ef August .
I week for tour consecutive 1928 No. 811 Issued Aug. 7. 133; ,:
"M" Court of Bradford once a Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ;
"rF1' (> a.20 4t 7-11 week. County Florida No. 334 Issued \Hvpt.! 8. 1912; No. ;1nB's'
No. 133Issued I .
WITNESS my hand and the seal Knight &: Knight 383 Issued lr921, ItiOj 185 Issued
EClRCl'fl' of this court at Starke Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff.20 4t 7-11 Aug 6, ; No { : r,._
COE'RT, 196 .II
011'L ('IIUTIT ElflHTII this 2nd day of June A. D 1941. July 4 1927:; No "u.. 6, ,tl
OF 1927 249 Issued
FLOR- 4, : No.
( )
.A'D FOR RRADFORU ; NOTICE) OF APPlICATION 1929, No. 27( Issued Aug 3-1. 131 ; 4
LTY. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
FOR TAX DKKDNOTICE 7-9th., of No 415 Issued Dec. 7,
!Iph G :lIn"A'IICERY' Edward P. Mulcahy Jacksonville IS HEREBY GIVEN 1931: No. 510 Issued July 7, 130; to
Fla. Plaintiff Attorney. 6-6 4t 6.21IN That C. B. Bennett holder of Tax No. 355 Issued Aua; 3 1931)) No 'I
....Plaintiff Certificate No. 70 of July 2, 1923 511 Issued July; 7, i9ab: No. 623 re1w

I. Wright No. 1278 THE' CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE has filed said certificate In my Issued July 7, ll 30; No. 247 Issued r!
amelin and made application for tax 403 Issued July 2,
EIGhTH JIDICIAL (IntUIT" OP office July 4. 1927: No
Issue thereon In accordance Issued July 2, 1 "
deed to 4S6
and No.
!!RfFH o
OF SERVICE with law. Said certificate embraces 134 have filed I name In -my office dI
),) TO f.'OlINTY'I..IV described for 0
NT-'TE APP"1AH. CHANCERY the following: and have malls application I 0a.k *!
1vei, : OF FLoRIDA: Artist K. Scott' property s I t u a te In Bradford tax deed to be lashed. thureon. .1 ii >
of Wright (Imelin. whoa.obL"2'r"1 County, Florida to-wit: Said certificates respectively embrace
lsidpfl0o j Ie Plaintiff. of Lot A of Blk 4, described' '.
21 A. St. Philip .. BILL FOR DIVORCE West 75 the following properties 1 .CSAl'
10- Chorle5ton' S. C. -v Town of Lawtey. W of Railroad In the County of Bradford, ii
Evelyn Wright Scott. Section 23 Township 5 South, to-wlt- I '.1 CIt1w
'IrOd that YOU are Defendant. State of Florida. I ,
"RtPt PPDa on" the 41h day ORDER OF PI'8LICATI0'llSTATE Range, 22 East HWVi of NVVI if SE4' Bee. ti 0".
: A. 1941 before the OF FLORIDATO The assessment of said property. Twp. S H. It 22 P., containing 10 I it, -

latai ratithut,, court! to the bill of EVELYN WRIGHT SCOTT: under the said. certificate issued'' acres more or l less, Is embracedunder 4 1 1j f. ..
I against yoU In the was In the name of W. t>. Over- Certificate No. 26t4W1,4 (\. I '
It from the sworn
'ntlllod cause appearing atr..et. of M J',. "..c. 25 /
: and "Brad. of NK'i
CountT bill of filed In the aboveentitled 4E
T complaint _
said certificate stall be Containing 10arroii.
Unless It. 22 ,
.1KrBph" '" hereby Twp.. 5 S.
at'd .
that the specific
a cause 111" !
according to tax Is embracedundr
!frsa, l
t newspaper 'In more or
Ott5>' of Eve I
place of residence yn I IW ,
order shall be deed will Issue thereon on the 7th, Certlfli-ate No. 134, ,
a' week for 4 consecutive Wright Scott the Defendant PI.ln.till. as. I day of July A. D. 1941. '4 of NE'"f NW'4 Ret 27 j ; (U's.CtA
I'TN1Ri I particularly as Is known to I Dated. this 4th., day of June A. Twp t S. It. 22: K: containing 20 #"
hi. my hand and the seal is 412 Orchard Street. Defendant D. 1941OFFICIAL. acres Inure or If". Is embraced I I 1
Urt town. New York ; that Halt Thomas I IKVj
01h at tctark... Florida ( SEAL) A. uml..r Certificate' No Ill !
II'IAI.day or June A. n. 1941.. Is over the age of twentyone Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford I I of NW of HW% .Sc. W'A; of
IK no
and that there
I", tc ALI A. J. Thomas years County Florida. 6-6 It27 INKU of BWli So' 12 Jwp. 6 H It
the' In the State of Florida. niof.r
Circuit person 40
Court. whomI I I 23 12., containing acres
Inane. service of subpoena upon
: embraced undur C'ertlNW. -
I I less. Is I
urn.y2'0 4t 7.1Jof' I IETOJITII I I w TldJSbl the said Defendant.that fjcnte No. 234.I4j "I,
onn'ER OF PtTtLirATIOV I nf W'-' of / See. 12 Twp. ;
rUH liT the Defendant, ,1Jely.nh'r; r i ght AND: NOTICE TO APPEAlS. 1H.\ n. 8:1: ] contaIning 411 v4.
'OI'nT. Scott be and required ( Annls, S ndVrCVEUCof'NEnn' / '
L I State of Florida 'o. o. \, I..a. I. embraced,
inure or
: "'f'lltn 1'1' 0.. FI.on. I to appear to the bill I of I foal: A: lie ('0. Hid"* p. O Box I I il
\ ;,, FIUt IIIIAIIIO0RUI i complaint filed In the above entitled 231, Portsmouth Virginia, and his BW* See 11 1 i

cause wherein the Plaintiff i wife I Mattle llelle AnnlH, Ill LittleSt J Twp. 6 M. It. hE., containing 20 1 r'
1 Lip' f'J1CEil I seeks to obtain .a divorce from the ., 8.V... Atlanta. Ueorglu: acres more or !less. Is embraced < : : "j

.. Plointitt. I Defendant Evelyn Wright Scott Take notUe that The Federal under Certificate. No. IdtW4 >,, f
.. I on nr before Monday, the 7th day Land Bank of Columbia as plaintiff of NWMt "f HW'4' Hee 12'Fwp. \"
It pnhitt No. 1219Dofon'IRnt of July A. D., 1941 otherwIse the haw filed In the Circuit Court 6 H II. 23 W. containing 20 .4i-
allegations of the said bill will betaken of Bradford: t'nnnty Florida In more or less Is embracedumlr
R I as confessed by the said Defendant. Chancery: a Bill j :. f Complaintwherein C'ertlflrate :>10. l1S! ,
: I)i HPRVIt"f: I you are defendants CMHO EVe' of HW't' of r.E'/i See 12 Twp. .1i

I'TATeEoJO APPEAR I IT J:4: FURTHER ORDERED that No. 1230. fur 1 the fnreln. ?* of Its I 6 H. K. 22: H. containing. acreS.
p FLoRIDA: I this Order be published, once a mortgage agalnnt' the following described more) or lees embraced under L : trfi "7 ,
I "'hilmir.itt. Wbose r..ald'nl'e week for four consecutive weeksIn Property situate In said C.rllflcate No 19\\ // .
t '.011 Str.et. Br.v.rd. the Bradford County Telegraph,1a County to-wlt W of JIIof .bl14 of IIW' He LF 4

"ii I newspaper of general circulation NVi of flt%. of SWl East of 5. A. I 12 Twp.? < !8 U it: E., cuntalnliiic /
l *J.btY "-<>er.t that' you published in Bradford County, I.> Ity., and H4 of HK'4' of HWfct. to acres. more or less, I Is embraced # 1
It oAutUMt appear on the 4th' Florida I In Bee 2011 t and Block 1 In Peetsvlllo under Certificate. No. 34*. '
A !>. 1011 before1 r DONE AJS'D ORDFJREn at Starke, and that part. of N 2-4 of I! HJ'J'or bKV' NW of SIC4Sc. -j-. k taM'
'1 '.""MH''"* -ourt. to I Florida this the 4th diy of June lying East of K A. It. 33 B. 'con' ?
i NW.4 of NW' ... 13 Twp 6\ S. When don't know
k,! .':'n .i filed; .*"-ln..t th.1? A. n.. 1941. I L. Ry. aid' N'. of NW4! Wf NWfcof I talnlng RO ....1'... more *>r less., isi| .1"j days are so busy you where ,'
I'tor 1 r entitled "au..t and ( SEAL) A. J Thomas 8cc 35: and com. at cornerof embraced-und.tr ;'V-rtlfkate No. 27Lots t
If I :' unty Telegraph"" hOFFICIAL run East on Section I 7 s 9, 1 e, I II I of Itlk tho ,
'S I. Se. 26. 6, I. ,4. !; \ to turn, why not turn to pause ,
K :. ..h",nl d.I .11 the n.wI I I STATE OF FLORIDA ) line 1320 trrt. th.no* North 420 1 19 Livingston :Etio'd .'*y'. "c, h'rJ.with
.WV" f
this 4 '4'
order shall b. ) West 1120 feet thence I to Ktarke In *> _
COUNTY OF BRADFORD ) I r> ::.tihthlc.f. to point oi beginning I Twp. 4 H It. 2/.P Is embraced '. / :_ Ice-cold Coca-Cola. Everybody thinks
1 I HEREBY CERTIFY that the : all. In Twp. 6 M It. 22 E. j unde? 7-'th., of cVrilflj-at* No. 4>'. t '
above and foregoing. a true copy This therefore Is to command you I lx.t 1. S or Yr'i I Temples* I
TRTj of the original Order of Publication dence Is 70 South Calvert Street, Addition to liI..r" In NK 4 $3.00 made In the said cause on Baltimore. Maryland I NWp..rt of W4 of Nto:'. W I I ''
file In office, this the 4th day of for ofRV: of N'W'4' / ; I "M
my It Is hereby ordered that you arerequired By NH cold Coca-Cola refreshes completely. So when //I
555 of June A. D. 1941.OFiriCLtbSEAL to appear. on the 4th day I Bee 2 A Twp. I M. It. 32 F.. l la ..nao// ,
C5SftI], and ( : ) A. J. Thomas of August A. D 141 before the braced under certificate No. I
p tted i success.. Clerk. .-. 41 6-27 above entitled. court to the bill of ''dltloA* *\. 7 of HIM 7* Temple : :. you pause throughout the day, 'make it the O
I :;
stubbo ci.... complaint filed against. you. in the I to Bt.rk. l In JE(, of NW'4 :
I and "Bradford Dart of WH of NISUl I Ii
entitled cause 1' .
ORDFH Of PIBLICITIOVAVD above County Telegraph" Is hereby I W..f Ity., .* NE Cir! of *KV oil I 1 lLi pause ,h refreshes with ice-cold Coco-Cola. .
I I1iiuG1T : NorKH TO AP-PKtlt designated as the newspaper In 'i I NW'4 See U Twp. 4\ 8 It. 33 Jo:.. ,
State of Florida tor Ko b e I' t which: this l order shall be published I.l embraced under Certificate .No [! ",

Bishop whose residence Is Unknown once a week for 4 311.

weeks.' Lots 1. 4, 5 of Bile T Temple *
To& are hereby notified that WITNESS my band a.eon..cuth'.1 Addition to KlarkNK' :'* ..f \ "' .

$3.010 Manda. bishop as plaintiff h..1, of thin court at JtW'4 past of w'4 ..f NKi W BOTTLEO UNDEJl Of THI C-L COMPANY BY ,
dlvwoe and custodY of SE: of NtWVi.dee ;j".
filed suit tot Uth day of Jan., of By A ME Car % a4a
'och I at child In the, Circuit Court lot this OFFTCTA'C HEAL: ) A. 3< Twp. I H. K. 23 E.. Is embraced l
Druc Store Florida. ( Certificate No 111. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
I Bradford of the Circuit Court. | under '
IIT.\kKE. t'LA. I Chancery against you as defendant filed I J Clerk C. Durrsnce I I Lots 4. I. '. 7 of Bile 2?. Temple

therein, case due No.affidavit 1213 and for has the Is Plaintiffs Attorney 6-2 4t 7-11 Addition to Starke In NESi of 1i

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I Alvarez-Jepaon turned out to be the Samuel Mrs. L. A. Davis, state president !- day after attending the

ItMVI SOCIETY and CLUBS Marriage AnnouncedOf I Pepys Peeps '. Ha ha of U. D. C. in Florida, returned ) tate convention of Chlldl'tlJ annUal

Get it?) of Emory at Oxford to her home here Wednea-] the Confederacy in C1I
interest to his many friend, Feature section' of that venerable : Sword.
Ift! I institution'. annual Is devoted to -- ----------------- .-
Plans: Announced Distinguished Visitors Two Hostesses Entertain here la the announcement of the

':' For Adkins-Pope Wedding For Miss Adkins marriage of Vincent L. (Sam)'a day-by-day sidelight account of
Mrs W. L. Andrew had as ...Alvarez son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.I campus life An' the author INSURANCE A N D

'k1vi1 Misa Lois Adkins, daughter of guests Wednesday Miss Abble Hoi- Mr*. M. F. Brown and Mrs. W Alvarez of Starke, to Miss Myrtle of those clever' (an' sometimes BONDS

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkin of den of Jacksonville, national B. Sewell were joint hostesses! Friday Jepson daughter of .John W.f I devastating remarks) Is none

Starke and Benjamin Ash b y regional committeewoman of the afternoon of last week when Jepson and tie late Mrs. Jepsonof other than L.M.G.
Tangerine. The wedding was HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant
4' Pope ,Jr., of Fountain, N. C., son Woodman Circle, and her sister' they gave a dessert bridge partyIn an event of Saturday. May 17 in Grief Item: Miss Ely leaves

of Dr. B. A. Pope and the late Mrs Florence Jensen of Omaha. honor of MIA Lois Adkins Trinity Methodist Church, Tallahassee the "Y" today for her home in

)..fr.. Pope of Newaoms. Va., will' Neb., and Mrs. Vonda Inman, district ,' bride-elect, at the home of Mr. The Rev. Jack Anderson Pennsylvania Such a personality Service Over 50 Years

be united in marriage Saturday manager. Mrs. Jensen is and Mr. Brown. I officiated How'll we get along

evening June 28, at eight o'clock national historian and state The room were decorated with The bride wore a becoming without her? In a few brief

In the First Methodist Church. ager of Nebraska and man-I a profusion of summer flower purple ensemble with matchingaccessories. months ahe captured the heartsof Please Phone 146 Starke
Her shoulder corsage! soldiers and civilians alike
will be performed The national convention with yellow predominating. The
The ceremony I I was of white carnations. She was I
by the Rev. Laurie.G. Ray pastor Woodman Circle wIll be held In dining table wa centered by a attended by her sister, Miss Virginia -, Somehow I feel a trifle reelyAt -...
Methodist Omaha, June 22-29-and: Mra. Andrews low bowl of miniature Jepson of Tallahassee.Mr. .
of the College Heights zinnia and
the loss of dear Miss Ely.
plan to be among the delegation -
14. Church of Lakeland. balanced by yellow tapers In silver Alvarez had an. best man In charm and pep but few could i
from Florida ADD
Pap Our i Misa Adkin will be given In holder. Punch was served froma B. M. Mulllna. of Tallahassee. race herI Pure Concord India 'D'

o j ,imarriage" by her father and will Garden Party HonoringMiss crystal bowl banked by fragrant During the past six months Mrs. know that no one can replace t"tIOIJ
Alvarez has been for
magnolia and at each end bookkeeper )J'r.!!
be attended by her sister, Mra.
Lois Adkins the Capitol Office Supply Com-
of the
Fred Guy, as matron of honor; table were yellow gladioli. TEA

Miss Sarah Pope of Newsoms, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs Jos. E. Home-made Ice cream and Individual pany In Tallahassee! If you go for figures, might Interest -
Va., sister of the bride-groom, Wilson and Mrs. Edward Burns cake were served. Little Mr. Alvarez was b o r n and you to know that 891 soldiers JAM
F Florence Brown assisted the hostesses reared In Starke and received hla
mald-of-honor and bridesmaid Y afternoon
; viaited the Sattiday -
a* entertained a t a garden party; 1.2 Lb.
1" t, will be cousin of the bride, Saturday morning at ten o'clock In entertaining.The education at the Bradford County! an' night by actual count of ar Pkc.

rzl Mrs. H. H. ParrlBh of Gainesville i honoring Miss Lois Adklna, bride tallies were of bridal design High School. He is'! employed asa ''I Merry Beth Knight 392 drop- 19c
Y + and Miss Betty Briggs of Jack- elect, in the beautiful flower gar- and each card table waa cen- civil engineer with.the Southern' ped around Sunday in spite of IsP rlo Ill i
sonville. I den of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis.In tered by a small vase of white Engineering and .(Architectural, occasional showers Capt T. sal? c
Mr. Pone will be attended by his Mrs. R. and yellow flowers. Mrs. Edward Company of Jacksonville and at, T. Long back at his Army Job 2 ; 1 Lb. Pkg.
a shrubbery contest Burns made high score_ and__._ the___ the present! time Is stationed In _
4 brothers Amos Pope'of Arlington, n after a short furlough here with
F. Demo rest named the largest
Panama in connection with STORES 2icU37c
Va., best man; ushers: Jack Pope number of flowers and shrubs in prize was a box of bath powder; I City there. I'wife an' young eon, Tom FOOD _
i" of Newsoms.! Va., William Popeot the garden and was rewarded Mrs. J. E. Wilson made second an airport project Telfair might be a Capt. now, but

<& Arlington, Va.", and A. Z. AdBO with a fancy jar of honey. Mrs high! and' was given two lovely Mr. and Mra Alvarez will be at he's, got the same ole good-for-
of the bride. handkerchiefs. The hostesses home to friends In Panama City. STORE HOURS-Monday Through Friday 7:30 A.
klns, Jr., brother C. A. Knight made low In the the-soul laff that you couldn't M.
i will presented the honor guest, MisaAdkins to 6:30 P. M. 7:30 A. M. to 10:00
Flower girl and ringbearer contest and was consoled with a mistake In Times Square or dark- Saturday P. M.
w'' be cousins of 'the bride, Florence I small potted cactus. The hostesses with a dish matching her Jackson-Loudon eat Africa Thank goodnesshe's

Brown daughter of Mr. and Mrs.gift to the honoree Miss Adkins breakfast set and also a Canta- as undignified as evah t Ann Page
bury tea bell. Miss! Margaret Loudon, daughter -
M. F.' Brown of Starke, SALAD DRESSING 27c
was three dessert! dishes matching Kept in shape by chasin son Tom
Jimmy Roane, son of Mr. and i her selected pattern of china. The Belldes'tbe honor guest, MI tIAdklna of Mr. and Mrs. A G. Loudon aroun' the house .
1, Mr. L. L. Roane of Jacksonville. tempting refreshments consistedof those Invited were: Mrs. of Keystone Heights, and William
Coca-Colas, a variety of dell Fred Guy, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Thomas (Billy) Jackson son of
#? Mrs. Haynes Celebrates clous sandwiches and relishes. Mr. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. N. Stern. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jackson ot Kd an' Lula Torode's band-
( berg Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng Mrs. T. Starke were married at 8:30: o'- beatln Krackerbox:, Is a truly MARSHMALLOWS :;'ph; lOc
78th Birthday Anniversary The guests Included Miss LoisAdkins. T. Long, Mrs D. P Carpenter, clock 'Saturday night. June 14, In heavenly piece of construction .

1I Mr. O. Haynes celebrated her g u e 8 t of honor Mrs. Mrs D. A. Monteith Mr. Ethel the Presbyterian Church.' The Got everything from grapenuts to

78th birthday anniversary Sunday Fred Guy, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, M. Biggs, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Rev. Chas Allen performed the angel's wings Charley Chap-

with a picnic dinner at the home I O.Mrs.Halle.W. Jr.G., Halle of West, Mrs.Palm Wood Beach fin, Mra. E. L. Matthews Miss Madge ceremony In the presence of a man (G'vllle Gas) has Joined the GRAPE NUTS 2 Pkgs. 25c
(" Mrs. H. few relatives and friends. landed on Crystal Lake
MIddleton gentry
;e of her d a u g hter, Mrs. Bertha Mrs C. A. Knight Mrs. R. F C. Ritch, Mra
Pearce at her home on Madison I| K. O. Duncan, Mrs. J. W. Andrews Mrs. Jackson moved with her '. 'Spects! to build there in the
Demorest. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, '
i Mrs J. M. Brownlee, Mrs parents to Keystone about a year near future The Frank Lan-
street. The guests Included: I|
Mr*. E. L. Williams, Mr* W. B. GRAD A WIU'IEEGGS
Edward Bums, Mrs. J. E. Wil- ago from Willlaton. Her father I Is drums have recorded their three-
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason of Mrs.
Sewell Mrs. L. D. Vining,
I I Mrs. Junius M. Smith Mr. of the Electric weeks-old dotter's Per Dozen
i Melrose; Mr. and Mra. Earl Mor J. Morgan D arb y, Mrs. J. .R. son. superintendent Clay baby lusty
M. G. of for Carton 38c
Kelly Camp Blandlng. Cooperative.Mr. yelpins history Had the Pack
rte, Welaka; Mrs. .Susie Kennardand Wainwright, Mrs.; N. D. Wainwright -
of I t Tea guests: Mrs. R. H. Kelly and Jackson la a graduate ot neighbors somewhat preplexed 'till
grandson Jimmie Bule Jr., Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy
Waldo; :Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd of the Slate Miss Marlon Kelly of Camp Blan- B. H. S. and la local agent for they found out what 'twas all
I dlng. the about First A & P Western Meats
Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Farm, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Miss I Central truck lines. they'd hear those Quality

Et Thomas and son, Larry, of Jacksonville Lucille Mitchell, Miss Abbie Harley heart-rending sobs an' then they'dhear
; Mra. T. J. Thomas, Mr. I Miss Evelyn Stump Mra. D. the Landrum fambly jus' Western Chuck Lb. Lamb Shoulder Lb.
Clara Sasser and Mr. and Mr. Montelth. Mr. O. L. Haynes sit around an' laff an' laff .. Roast
A. ______ 25c Roast 19c
4jt, Vinson, of Valdosta, Ga.; Mrs. G.,Mrs. J. M. Brownlee; Mill Martha Carolyn Callstreet :Sounded'fore terribly bar d-hearted Western Spare Lb. Tender '
a Matthew they knew It was only a Lb.:
V. Phillips, Lake City I ; Mrs. Brownlee, and Mrs E. L. -
Beulah Saxon Ft. Lauderdale; *. phonograph record Funny Ribs __-____ 19c Steaks ___ ___ 29c
,' Mr. B. Haynes and daughter, I how much more funny a baby's Sugar-Cured-IIam Each Assorted Cold Lb.

Martha, of Winter Haven; Mrs.! 'I II Chan Stlth Jr., of Washington Rain rain go away- an' Eloise Dees Who says 1!In cryln the sounds middle on of wax the than night It .does. .! Patties' _:_____ 5c Meats ______ 20c
S. M., Simmons, of Petersburg D. C., arrived here Monday and I Carrie wants to make Hey! the Starke boys .don't have a Beef Lb. Long-Inland..
:Says Ever Lb.
your ( cynical)
Va. Ben Darby of Miami Dr. will spend the summer with his !
; ; Hey chance with Standing here? Stew
., .
and Mrs. O. L Haynes, Buck grandparents! Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Congrats to Ho .Haynea who's _____ 12Hc Ducks ______ 25c
Crawford and Tom Welch all of Brownlee, and be employed at Knew when they once got been elected president(( of the -Carolyn Fresh-DresHed Lb. Weatern Pork Lb.

Starke. I I Brownlee Brothers' warehouse. started we'd be beggln' for these, newly-organized Junior Woman's I II Fryers ______ 33c Chops ______ 29c
summer showers to stop jug' like I Club Under such capable Pk. Loin 1.2 or Whole Lb. Smo-Pork Lb.
we pleaded for 'em to begin steerage It's sure to be a corkin'success 96 96
AN INVITATION TO THE PUBLICTO bourse they're nice I an' cool STARKE Roast ______ 25c Sausage ___ .. 29c
things off but they certainly play Snnnyfleld Lb. Bacon Lb.

INSPECT OUR NEW ENLARGED havoc with white shoes an' 75c Add Picnics 23c Squares 17c
Newcomer _
: BEAUTY -----
QUARTERS. WE NOW HAVE MORE hair waves ----
Major an' Mrs. Roy H. Evans off [I Lb. Cfcn Philadelphia I Sklnleas Lb.
Coral Gables who've leased
QUALITY FOODS AT REASON- Sprlw! Sprlne Knot-tyln' o unstalrs apt! In the new Rabeck an SHOPPEWe Scrapple ___ 17c Franks ___ 25c
Billy Jackson and( Pat Louden
building The Major Is retired -
(Keystone) Cute couple X. It. C. Premium 1 Lb. Pkg. WUHOI18 12 Oz. Can
an' Mrs. Evans is doln'80m
Have that "settled" look already !! publicity work for the CRACKERS .._______ 15c MOR ________ 21c
Which reminds me Bill .
A & A CAFE Graham says! ''sfunny how gettln' Miami Herald Stayln' with Are HappyTo lona No. 2 1-2 2 For Wilsons Pickled 14 Oz. Jar

Back of Carpenter's Drug Store married makes you don't care them are H. S. Wenner an' H. L. PEACHES _________ 27c PIGS FEET ________ 17c
Slllcocks, former Miamlans ,
whether you go out at night or
not Funny Fact: Mrs. Bynum All four are rabid camera fans 8 O'clockCOFFEE S Lb. nag Wilson-Lunch 2 6 Oz. Cans

Perkins (minus much* needed Mr. Wenner president of the Dot Mong ___________ 41c TONGUE __________ 23c
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glasses) w a 1 kin' up to manly Miami camera club! an' Mr. Sill- Recently of TampaA AJtP Fancy Mellow No. 2 Can Wilsons Potted 2 5 Oz. OJn-

mannequin an' wantin' to know"Haven't cocks a member"Cf-"'tThe' Royal Florida APPLE SAUCE _____ lOc MEAT ____________ 9c
1 1 I taught you somewhere Photographic Society of London,
before, young man?" England Sudden Thought: Senior BeauticianIs Vegetable Shortening S LL. Can Cleanser or Soappuds 2 PkKBRILLO. *.

Howsabout a "Know Your Neigh DEXO ____ 49.: 2 Sm. ____. 15c
Soldier boy recently stationed bor" week Seems we need With Us Now
EHTR E at Blandlng an' now being transferred some drastic measures] to keep up Wisconsin Aged Cream Lb. Lux or Ufebouy 3 Ban

to another part of the with who's in the next apartment CHEESE ___ 27c TOILET SOAP ____ lie

country has the right system for these days ,
I. Oleomnrjriue .
5TRRKE.FLORIDR not beln forgotten by local Betty Dot Is A Native Flor- 2 Low. Lax Soap S Small rk
Green 'Fore leavin he vocal- Recommended idian Who Has Spent NUTLEY __________ 25c FLAKES ______..____25c
to Freak-Lovers:
Modern And Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound ized a home-made record and Mrs. Mae Edwards' 24-toed kitten 18 Years In Tampa's 2 Small I'kga. Vegetable Shortening S Lb. Tan

gave it to Betty Smooth, eh? Has six perfect tootsies on Leading Beauty SalonsAnd RINSO _____________ 15c SPRY __,?__ _._- 57c
Sunday Monday, June 29 SO Should work fine 'til the
each foot Run-of-the-mill cats
Judy Garland George Murphy, In record wears out Then what? Will AppreciateYour
"LITTLE NELLIE KELLY" An' speak of Betty, her have only five, you know Patronage Here. A & P FOOD STORES
daddy. Floyd, in l receiving congratulations Praps the little fuazy-wuzzy de-
__ Paramount News n ___ ___Short Subjects __ \ on the birth at his veloped the, extra digits tryln' to PHONE

Tuesday July 1 house of a dear little baby dearHe's get away from they train wreck 96 96 236 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
that ,
had three spilled over in Mrs. Edwards'
grown ones
"FLYING WILD"With for some time, back yard lt1hat"Comer ? .

L 'e Gorcey and Bobby Jordan An' now I swan Rumor has Perry-

Aviation Drama Full Of Thrills There's a cute little fawn! man'a very f o n$ 0(. Gawgla
Also Selected Short Subjects I peaches To be more specific! :

-- ---- Cute Twosome frequently seen! H. A. Car 11 on's orchidaceous The Serve)
Wednesday Thur da1. July 2. 3 together: Andy Adkins an' Dorothy niece who waa visiting in Starke

"ESCAPE"With : Toney Buddy Bishop) an' recently f .

Norma Shearer Robert Taylor Edwina Wiggins ., Bill Long Gas RefrigeratorNo

Also-"Louis- Conn FiRht" Don't miss this fight How convenient to it-4n Koch's j
over your mornln' coke and be"discovered" _
Picture Its better
-, than a ring side seat Shoes
Vivacious Phil
Friday, July 4 Made Terry (nephew of' the famous Noise No Moving Parts
Back Again 1 For The Last Time Dame Ellen) is workln' behind the
Like NewDon't
"BUCK PRIVATES"With 'fountain there while spottin' talent -
for his Community Players
Abbott & Costello and Andrews Sisters ,' i project, jus get tin' under way PERFECT REFRIGERATION jJ

Also-"Louis-Conn Fight" Last Day here Don't loo.li 'now, Mr. AT LOW COST
I.. 1 Terry, but I
can wiggle my earsan'
Saturday, July 5 DOUBLE FEATURE
play the ocarina"Jus" too, too
No.. 1. "FIGHTING 69TH." divinely' ? An epcakhV of OVER TWO i 1

f With James Cajrney Pat O'Brien music: Gene Edward (Lawtey MILLION

No. 2. "TRAIL OF SILVER SPURS" i church pianist pa) r} excellence) SATISFIED USERS IN USA
doubles on the aceordfan and,, has
With Ran Busters
r e
now acquired a clarinet and will
wait until
F Also Cartoon your henceforth plain' Keeps the "Left.Overs"
are entirely worn out. Have give a ,an fancy ready
MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY 11:30 them exhibition of tootin' her own horn -
: repaired now and to
"GOLDEN GLOVES"With save the money you would 1 I. She expects to t&e her placein serve again

My for new on**. \Ve give the Jax high school "band this THE CONTENTED
Denning Jean Catmev Robert
Page Mid fall since her fambly will move
jou aUngv satisfee-
Keeps the Friday Bargain
Also Selected Short Subjects tion with quick and dependable to' the big city ahorUy marketing HOUSEWIFE

""n Ice. Call to fresh and ready to serve Saves
day. Big 81&n.I 0 K IILI: L. :M. ENJOYS HER GAS

Gaines and Tommy Bitch, now money.
IC OICpRC oftbe CR doln' all right for themselves In REFRIGERATOR
), Hollingsworthi runnln the Shell Place which up
, a I (o. now has changed haada',more* f The-Dependable
i NEW..LIVING SOI e aw I .'Electric Shoe Shop often' than Dad' Pe'edtr use*. to j[' i GAINESVILLE' GASGO; .' ; : ArePHONE: 1444

, I OppW. Unir. '
_ _
t Incidentally: Understand L. M.

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JUN 271941 1 "
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r-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Irt. Mr. and Mrs. Williams Mr. and Mrs. L. S. HUtto haveas :Mrs Ernestine Andrews Kelly has accepted a position In tlze '"I Lf", I'';\'

Entertain at Bridge-Supper their guests this week Mrs. r from West Palm Beach was visiting \ sandwich shop in the Orange tan ,'I' \ ,

Hutto'a brother-in-law\ and slater, her parents Mr. and Mrs,.TV .Busv station. ,Johnny Wilcox, formerly ", .0. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williamswere Mr. and Mrs. E. p Ritter and ? v ,
Is a new: Misses Ethel and Bertha Taylor Edwin Williams returned from ; L. Andrews last week. She left of Miami has taken his 1\\ ; :i''
Holbrook' three little '
L. hosts Thursday night of last daughters Edith Mae, ,
W. spent the week-end in Jacksonville Willlston on her vacation to at the Grill. J u
store Sunday where he has i Washington place 'It
Jacob'S week when they entertained withan Lauretta and Ann, of Albermarle, ,
i ie .t been visiting his grandparents, informal supper and bridge N. C. Miss Edna Hutto, daughter D. C., New York City and other I AAAMiss
!III visiting, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Baggett. points Thursday Lillian Stump, in training i
of Jacksonville
Dowty party at their tome at the corner was a visitorat I ,'
D .
W Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lewis General Hospital,
rt. home afternoon. at the Orange
Jacksonville. of Church Street and Washington {Tuesday
dl In I spent Sunday with relatives in Mr. and Mrs. George R. Williams Avenue. Remer Smith, who has been Orlando, and Was Marjorie Stump I r

jailer, was at home''Apopka.Mrs. and children. Jack and Decoration for the home were Mr and Mrs. L. F. Smith and for the past several months associated leacher in the Monttcello High.School .. ; .Z"+
/. Rowe of this. week. Patrlca, of Willlston. spent Sun Shasta daisies, zinnias and glad I family, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Blair with the Sunshine Grill' are both, at home on vaa' ; #
\\lie first I I'IUS M. F. Brown, Mrs. U. D. day here with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ioli. Supper was served in the i and Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- near the railroad on Call street tion. \ 'j'jIL
Vining and Florence Brown were Williams. j ,N
business! MN
a man visited the session of the
Olson waS living room on card tables each + I ftrliiin
Jack onvlUe Tuesday. I visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. table being centered by daisies Annual Conference of the Florida
or In Lyon B. Crosby of Brooker has: and fern in Methodist Church Sunday. The
a crystal vase. The
Robert B. Wear, of the ArmyY. accepted a position with Quigley; talley-place cards were of floral Smiths Blairs and Perrymans had GREEN'S .
M. C. A, was a business & Davis and will handle the Hell lunch on the Beach with the Rev. WEEK END ,
design. ,
visitor in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. bronn Springs Mineral Water in Frank Robinson former 'Starke
Following supper progresalone
this district. of bridge were enjoyed and pastor, as their guest. SPECIALS
J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg STORE i p
high for ladies was made by'Mrs.H. .
la thai guest of her brother-in-law The Rev. and Mrs. H. A. C. Rltch, who received as a Mr. and Mn. W. B. Mundy returned
GO and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Spencer left yesterday for their prize a set of flower holders; R. Wednesday of last week Plenty of Free Carry"e
from a ten-day vacation in North Cash & ,
Sewell. new home at Danla where Mr. F. Demorest made high for tn!'nand
9 Spencer will have the Carolina, South Carolina and WaJnut St. ,
charge er was given a bottle of Old Parking Space N..
Miss Martha Brownlee went to Methodist church. Spice shaving lotion. In the Tennessee. Bill said he spent his Starke Fla.
bIngo i, ;
Jacksonville Monday and will i time eating, sleeping, and fishing ,
game Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs won
nurse this summer in RiversideHosplta.l. Mrs. W E. Middleton and her and was given a novelty shell pin; nre
sister Mrs. Mae Jones of Jack
Carl A. Knight wou for the men
sonville, spent Sunday In Way and received a linen handkerchief. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith and Guaranteed
would Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hol. cross Ga., at a re-union of the Invited were: Mr. and Mis. C. three sons Leonard, Billy, and Four do65c t"
here bed lingsworth and Blllle Edwards Dowllng family. A. Knight, :Mr.. and Mrs. R. F. Tom Smith. )Ir. and Mrs William P4

stoP lights visited! in Leesburg during the Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blair spent Sunday at Duy- .
weekend.Mr. The Rev. S. B. McGuIre, who tona Beach and attended the An a dn"t
not Ritch )Ir. and Mrs. K. Q. Duncan Kitchen S Do",. Bleach Water Quanta 9 j
of the Methodist
rtlers recently closed a revival meetingat ; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley,' nual
wery! and Mrs. Nat Norfleet and Graham, win preach at the Mrs. J. W. Klncald. Judge and Church. Matches ____ lOc Rainbow ___, lOcSalad

Serous son, Nat, Jr., of Madison were First Christian Church In Starke Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mr. and Mrs Recent Births -' Quart
guests Sunday of Mr. and MM.E. ; Sunday, July 6th. D. A. Montelth, Mr. and Mrs. L. n"ii

IN Matthews) D. Vining, Mis. Ethel M. Dlggs, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gaines, Dressing ______ 20c Peanut Butter ,.,.. 20c
Rev and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., June 13. Starke, boy; Mr.: and '. ii iiGM
Charley E. Johns of Lakeland, will arrive here to Miss Madge Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Lewis Wllkerson, I + 'KIN

Agency PUBLIC day and while In the city will be Mrs. D P. Carpenter, Captain and June 13, Starke, boy; lilt Sergeant B Pounds 26c y k, { WWWaAAAM.fArpN
the guests of their aunts, Misses :Mrs. T. T. Long, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Robert F. Stan Sugar "

Swke, Florid STENOGRAPHER Amelia and Olive Ray. Grady: Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. M. ford, Starke, June 18, boy; Mr.
Isabelle F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.. E. L. and Mrs. Oscar L. Harris, June
119 East Call Street 119 E. Call Street Mrs. L. P. Perry, of Memphis. Matthews. 19, Maxvllle, girl. M.al or 5 Pounds be rk& 21 For t, fr-q
(O ) *Tenn., Is In Starke for a few )
IS nPhoeh66 'days' visit with her husband, who I! Grits ___ 13e Salt ____ ___ 5e i

has been for the past month staying Quart Fresh Ground Pound
at the Starke Hotel. I
-ANNOUNCEMENT- Mustard _ lOc Coffee _. .___ 12Yie 1
Mrs. E. W. Hayes, and EnolHayes i ,IMA

NOTICE Jr., spent several days In
Gainesville last week, where The [Bradford Photo Shop Takes Great Tomatoes lard::-k 7
Enos underwent a tonailectomy at c t
the Alachua County Hospital.Mrs. Pleasure In Informing The Residents, asw

The Shell Filling Station At The Guests And Friends Of Bradford County A
Cora Brooks has returned Turnip i (lrern .....' II No. :9 '
Kozy Korner Restaurant Is Now to her home in Inverness afte'* That On July 1st Its Doors Will Be 1\111I",1 getable (wn'i Bananas, 4 Lb. 15C R
spending the past month herewith .

Operated By L. M. Gaines And Mr. and her brother Mrs. T.and Frank sister-in-law Land rum., Opened To Serve The Community. A Fully String ilrana- :::- 25c Lemons, Doz. 20c<< ;

Equipped :Modern Developing And Printing .
Tommy Ritch. Mrs. D. C. Forehand and daughter Pure r A

Miss Peggy Forehand, of; Plant Will Enable: Camera Lovers To Lard Bulk: "rtn. Your 41c tl
Albany, Ga., are guests this weekof
(VAntaloee'" 4 LbtI.
SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Capt. and Mrs. T. T. Long See Their Pictures The Same Day That Uw
and :Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.

WASHING -:- POLISHING They Take Them. In Addition The Shop nest"' 1Shlts Pound Maxwell House Pound aMr's

Bacon ___ 15c Coffee _...__ 26c + t
Mrs. L. A. Canova and two Will Meet The Needs Of The Most Exact-

I Quick Prompt & Courteous Service sons. Levy, Jr., and George, and All a I"M I'tlre carl. Gallon 'I''' r'1
... .4 Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere and son, ing'' Camera' Fan With A Full Line Of
Pitner, spent Tuesday In Tallahassee Bread 25c Syrup __ ...___ 60e enfMMA
visiting friends and rela Films, Cameras, Photo Supplies And Ac '
tives./ cessories.: ; Tall or 1 t uauA'
MILK : 21 1y
Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere and son, t9ma11 c

Pitner, went yesterday to Au
gusts Ga., to Join Dr. Vandiviere The Bradford Photo Shop Extends A Cor 11IIrookfleld t Ar A
who is employed in the hospital i'ormd 1ibund I
Ritch & Gaines Service StationAcross Au dial Invitation To All To Come In And
at the Army Air Base near' Butter 39c Oleo ___ __ __ 12c t

gusta. Inspect Its Shop. ffiurJ.urK; ; found; IUb Pound r' I
The Street From Bowling Alley I ) tIt
Friends here regret to know fi'f' "
Meat 17c Beef Stew 12h c '
Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. that Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Is quite ./ .a .'M,
111 In a Tampa hospital. :Mrs. 0, r M
been with her sister .
L. Beasley has
Mrs. Kincaid, for the past ten I. LECIN President Steaks 28JI j,

days. Cats, Pound C

NAT SEZ: Miss Antoinette Paracca, aftera J i
serious illness of seven wee ks' a"I"
1 always flggered that anything duration, which time she spent in 'P
;r that had a normal growth was Jacksonville, Is back at her post
'JIlt'f,; 1< substantial but anything that with the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling -i
went up too quick might comedown Co.
the same way.'
and Mrs. Woodfin G. Halle, e &lfEBUOY ILUX i ,
Hope I'm wrong' this time andeverything Jr.Mr.. of West Palm Beach, who 1I'tw 4 4I p 4f

works ,out all right. I have been here visiting his parents l

If It don't, there'll be a lot of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle,, rfu *. SMALL
us fellers diggln taters again. have returned to their home in : *

West Palm Beach. # American 2.for 19c .A

I Mrs. Richard Swindell whose : Girl o
husband la In the Army and stationed I SPECIAL
at Camp Blandlng arrivedIn IIYIi213c LARGE
Starke Friday. Sunday she a .

'\s"aetc.at' r "1 was stricken with an acute attack ** **' 21c i1 ,,

\.a\\t\\ fC\ .. Ot of appendicitis. _
.1, It Musts O'oe\. ... I Chaplain (Captain) J. L. Sand t, r d M
elat V
e. -N at the Starke Christian -
lIn preaches
vacaton ,.. Church each Sunday morning OUR GIFT/ FREE I '
at 11 o'clock. The public Is extended SPRY r TO YOU i CANNON aeJu
.. ,. .. invitation to at- '
a cordial 'r .
v "t..... I tend th!!se services. DISH TOWEL

vcJ& ig1'C W B. Sewell had "tocMe every. .-.... ., r,
)Ir. and Mrs. For Full Flavor "
I : as guests Friday night J. D. Cot. SILVER DUST P ..d.
IERY.o y R trell of Leesburg and his sister, 1 ,. ? iMf
,r Mrs. E. M. Talley of Tavares;

For Beauty For Wear I 0'rt and en Saturday and Sunday their 3 1 to V WWf s;: r b
__. ), 4 guests were Mr. and Mrs. PaulF. 51c 2lc 21cSbeeze ISJ2is
e*.:.*buA'plurinq! ti. .'.- f.-. .'. ;$. Collins of Haynes City. w.. ?M ra CAN t d
A sw0e
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1 1.IIOIqhb, ffifiSnjMSS r.. .. '
tin j
r I + who has been
.".'d. and < Edwin Krause' I
.. 1to outhful ro.a i r
.. .Ic 1 "."" I. rourkqi" i'/ ambulance driver for the DeWittC. 1dllfla
SOIt.q. t Jones Funeral Home since the ; w
"ANA"1 dll.hf I. tII. F v 'e : ? ,. resignation of W. B. Morgan two *
I.... Ih.q.llit.. .LpA of mitti 3w_ left recentlyto RINSO'
.... co tumAlf: complont 1 1h.1r or three months ago. FAIRY SOAP \ '1.JtilA1.L .
_I........I A.0 S tlusl.a. sm'wf ,.raaL.1 ;l make his home In Chicago.Mrs. I

tIoor.,,...Y.nI.A... t.t A f rUHE rT.OATIHC4llt* 2 For ,.
: ttt. ",0'. du.. Law who ha ,.-. 17e
IfId ... Blanchard
lot .., ........ -
>.. t" "''''. ...... .Iot..f ? /-terN been teaching in the Winter one rou ,eCAKfrS LARGE ,_- - -_ ,, 21e

....':?.:;of r .t.."our....n h.,......d79ct ,. spend Haven the school summer, has arrived with her here bus to foR 16c n% nut or SNEIZV SOAP ovsr GIANT ._ -_. S7e 1

"-: band. Mr. and ),f.... Law have

$1.15$- h' an and apartment Mrs. Sam at Anderson.the home of Mr. Come in for these Bargains -- And our Other SpecialsTIP ) ni., ;t

The Rev. B. M. Montgomery,
at Camp Blandlng.
:/ Army is spending each night here as a TOP SUPER MARKET A. M. DARBY GROCERY
Mr. and .
the home of
guest '
Mrs O W. White. Mrs. Montgomery S. R. JOHNS & SONS GROCERY GREEN'S GROCERY

and children are visiting ., t

STERNBERG'S I her while.parent Mr. Montgomery 1!\< Orlando for'a.-boort has rented COOK &' SONS GROCERY MIKE MARUCA GROCERY

I a house at Keystone Heights and ,
I will soon move his family there. i

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JUN 271941 es
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11m;f Brooker Brevities 'Review Of 1941 Lemstative Session .daughter Pine-Mr.,,IxsveLSundays and and:Mrs: Mrs.Joe OWe'Rigdonof RIgdon". .and to"I.lveltn: unknown.Sou I'hrelt"I I.- of required whose t h a toe.d.bot r"oda,DDu,,

complaint I
Another session of the Florid More Money For Roads of state 'roads within corporate Jacksonville were visiting the against b. published her herein.once This :orde'r r ltd,.

T By Mrs. L. L Frailer I HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Legislature became b-I. tor y re Distribution of revenue from limits of cities and towns. latter'*?slater.. Mrs. Ida. .Chase, ford four con..cutlv. Waeka each in eo 9ryyu 10
'r A birthday dinner was held the House and Senate the a' state for last Tuesday. County Tfllegraph
Ile h SEWING CLUB cently as seven cents gallon Outlawed firework except paper published a new
The Ladies Sewing Club beld its' June 22 at the home of Evan adjourned following one of the gasoline tax was revised to give supervised public} displays. (This Mr. and Mri. Ralph Gainey are June County lath Florida 18terkp Bi.aldlOrt

,r ,,, regular Semi-Monthly meetingS .Hodges, honoring his wife, Mr. quietest, best-behaved, most hard the state road department more law does not become effective un- the proud parents of a boy born 19(1. .,
y d i 17 at the home of Mrs. L. Hodges, h i. nephew, Marshall working meetings In history. : funds to constructdefense high til after next July 4, giving the last Friday.. ClerkTCCiLuit Court i J' Thnntr
S O. Hazen. Parrish son of Mr. and Mrs. The average Floridian will notice ways and make badly-needed improvements youngsters one last fling.) Z. Z. Griffis and C. A. Griffis County, Florida. V'"Bradford 4l l'
t After a social hour, delicious Leon Parrish. and Leo Green son little effect on his posket- and repairs to trunk Created an economic advance- were business visitors In Gainesville IN CIRrrlT -( J-1/

1, : refreshments were served by the of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green. book from measures enacted dur- roads. merit council to seek new industries Monday. ('OUVTY' FLORIO.I'l'Ol'RT vN k
hostesses, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs.' Mrs. Hodge, was 36 years of age, ing the past 60 days, although State supervision also was setup for Florida. CERY. ,
W. H. Hinton and Mrs. T. W. Marshall 7, and Leo 6. the budget for general state operations for county and school: district Raised the basic salaries of circuit THERESSABy Paul Elisabeth Morrl., Morrie Defendant. h

Markey. Those enjoying the day with was boosted to $12,500.- ad valorem tax assessments and Judges from 13,000 to $6- Mrs .II.' D. May gust, Monday. the flh day
+ ; The next meeting will be heldJune the honor guests were: Mr., and 000 a year, an increase of 12.- collections: and financial budgets. Paul )A.Morris D. 1941.who she defendant Of As.
24 at the home of Mrs I. Mrs. Rufus Hodges, Miss Melba 134,000 annually) over the 1940-41 The legislature also: 000.Raised the salaries of cabinet Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Thrower unknown, I. required to sepeq. It
Harrison. Ree Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Dave biennium. Diverted $729.000 of banked officers from $3,000 to $6,000 annually and children of Raleigh N., C., tho him-herein.bill of Complaint This f/led' eahq I

B. All members are urged to at- Green and children Mr. and Mrs. The legislators In their 60-day Murphy act land sales funds to but left the governor's pay Mn; and Mrs G. H. Thrower, Mr. .llnhed once each week order for(four{ rub< !
Aubrey Adams and daughter, session which ended Friday night the general revenue fund. at $9,000 at his own request. and Mrs.. B. L. Varnes and children -; ecutlva Telea-rnph.week in Bradford ;
t tend. 'Lena Mae; Mr and Mrs. Homer enacted substantially the finance Increased taxes on horse race Appropriated $300,040 for a new Mrs. L. J. Moon and chllfcren !- :. In said Bradford a newspaper County PUb F 5"iN U"t t'..

? t ICE CREAM SUPPER Adams and 8On, Homer' Jr., and and taxation program recom- betting from three 'percent to south wing to the state capitol Mr., and Mrs. Knox Throwerand Starke(OFFICIAL, Florida June 1It1, 1)41 Frond'' a
MI". and MrI. Russell Green daughter Elizabeth,. Mrs. Minnie mended by Governor Spessard I.. eight per cent In order to increase and $250,000 for an addition to children. all of Jacksonville, I. Clerk Circuit SEAL Co) u r A.t J't Tko "
entertained at their home near Rhlmes and daughters. Agnes and Holland although they failed ''to old age pensions. the state supreme court building. were visiting In the home of J. J. County, Florida i.27'ft Ar.dvv:

1 t here Jut week with an Ice cream Martha Lee,, of Brooker; Mr. and pass his proposal to submit to the Re-enacted the seven cents a Approved refunding of the $17- Ziegler Sunday IN TUB CIRCUIT 7-ir

,, supper. Mrs. Olen Parrish; Mr and Mrs. electorate a constitutional amend ., gallon gasoline tax., 000,000 Everglades) 'drainage dis- > Mr. and Mrs Arthur Milliken JUDICIAL ('IR'IT rotllT,.EIGNra
A aoclat hour war spent In Leon Parrish and children; Willie ment to create the office of state Tightened intangible tax laws. trict ,bonded debt for approxi- and children of Ocala were guests I'N':;. AND FOR Blttn'-GRD OF "
"-, chatting, after wh I c h refreab- Parrish and children, Edna, G. W., tax commissioner.The Enacted regulation of salary mately $5,500,000.Provided Sunday of Mrs. Milllken's parents ]
,,1 menu of Ice cream and cake were David, Bernice and Joyce of owner of a popular-priced buying In all counties. for appointment of anew Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.W. John. F. Marker NCERY

served to the many guests. Dukes; Mr. and Mrs Robert automobile which required a $10 Passed legislation t 0 providemore citrus commission and enacted .. W Packham and James "PlaintIff/
I, t Thursday Green and children Leo and Chris license tag will have to pay $13 adequate state. defense tn new legislation regulating Walter Swindell were business Ida E. Marker, No. 1290
biM t T. W, Markey returned Springs, tine; Mrs. Joe Green and daughters next year, this Increase being 1 case of emergency. the Industry. visitors to Jacksonville last week. ORDER Defendant.
Yh .f afternoon from Hot nice Hazel, Alma Gene, Bobbie! made to compensate in, part for Provided concurring terms for Brought about 30,000 citrus Mrs. S. S. Paul and daughter, OF 8PRVICF.

Ark. He reports a baths very are Joe, and Glenda Faye; Mrs Lizzie school funds raised from the one- the governor'' and 'his, principal I workers and other groups under Miss Pauline Crabb of Miami are I THE To STATE Ida OFOFAPPEAk w,05
J"I t; y time and says the Green, mother of Mrs. Hodges, of half of one per cent gross receiptstax appointees. the unemployment compensation visiting Mrs. J. J. Ziegler for a dence la coo 1 E.F.' B. Warring, ontf.

1; wonderful. Sappw4 : and Lake Butler, ; and Miss Louise on retail sales which was re- Raised from 50 cents a year to act and amended the workmen's few days. N.sylvania J 19th ,Street, Philadelphia, Pets";
y, Mr, and Mrs. Harry were Parrun of Lake Butler. pealed.A one dollar a year the cost of state compensation act. Mr and Mrs. W. Stewart visited It I" hereby' ordered
Harold Sapp of Jacksonville This was also Mr. and Mrs. tax of $5 $1,000 the drivers' last week- that'You sr..
and sister. per on license to provide for Included instructors In state In- relatives in Georgia required to appear on the 4th
r ,,'7) ; ; visiting their mother Mrs. J. w. Evan Hodges' seventeenth wedding value of stock In retail stores also more highway patrolmen. stitutions the school teachers' end.Mr abovVen'tUAd D. ,'l'V. before>day l
j. ),{.. Nora Sapp Anniversary. They were was voted to make up for the Created a state Improvement retirement law. and Mrs R. C. Dampier complaint filed against You the |bn"'h' 01'
41'' 9 Kelly last week-end. spent married on Mrs. Hodges' birthday.T. lost revenue from the groan receipts commission with authority t o Many proposed taxes were defeated were visiting relatives In High ford above County entitled Telegraph": "Rrad..'

I a ? Mr and Mre.' D. C. Kelly Plnholster attended Home tax. build toll roads, bridge. and including a general sales Springs Thursday of last week.In designated as the n"wapapor|II h.r.by
Tuesday in Tallahaeeee.Mr B. On the other hand, the motorist other facilities which tht.' order shall I.
on a self-liquidat tax, and levies on cigarettes, be ,.1:1
Mrl; R. F. Gano have Coming Day at Antioch Baptist the Circuit Court. Bradford llehed once a week for Four
: and will find the state speed limit ing basis. CCI-
chitr last razor blades, light bulbs and County, Florida. Rean S. Miller, ecutlve weeks |
their Church Sunday.
rp t as guests this week, relaxed to permit him to travel S3miles" Gave the state road department other commodities. The tax on plaintiff, v. Marie F. Miller, de. WITNESS my hand and the i..1 J
O. R. Gano E. E. Ivey left Sunday for a On the 4th day of thl. court at Starke
Mr. fendant. 'Monday.
) dren :Mr. and an hour in the daytime, although authority to regulate highway wine and on miniature bottles of this 14th day of A. Florida
city. few week's visit with his daughter of August, A. D. 1941, the defendant June D. 1111'OFFICIAl.
and ion. Ray of Panama the night maximum was signboards. liquor, was boosted. ,Maria F. Miller whose rentdonee ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Roy Green and and other relatives In Georgia.Mrs. la unknown la required to Clerk of theClrcutt Court.
Mr. and Mrs left at the old level of 45 miles Required the state road
department Also defeated
In' Melrose Vera Collins of Jackson- were bills to out- appear to the bill of complaintfiled William D. Morgan. Jackeonvllle
family''' were visitors an hour. to take over maintenance law the closed labor atop. aaralnst her herein. Thin Fla.-PJ. lntlft' Attorney '
t Sunday. ville was visiting her parents, Mr. order ,to be published once each "-27 4tMl|
Crosby, spent and Mrs. H. P. Gainey, recently. week for four consecutive week -
? 44113.. the Mis week-end Madeline at home ,with her I Mr. and Mrs. V V. HazeD and RISINGBy HIGHLANDBy Blandlng visited friend here Wed. newspaper In Bradford <
She Ia attending summer! children were In Gainesville Mon Mrs. II. H. Lewis Mlsa Beth Wlmberly nesday. ford County. Starke. Florida. June IBAIN AND FOR, BRADFORD
parents. 19th 1941.OFFICIAL.
school at the University of Flor- day.H. Mrs. Alice Crosby of Mr. and Mrs H. C. Miss Vlrgle Grlffls, Romeo ( READ) A. J. ThomanClerk OJJNTY.I" CHANCERY
? P. Gainey and Lee Crosby Wimberly Prescott and E. Pre cott spent Circuit Court, Rradford Beulah'1\f. Pope,
IdL Gainesville I. visiting her brother-in-law and and MIllS Patty ,Wimberly of County,. Florida. 4-27 4t 7-1J Plaintiff,
icy Mrs. I. W. Ptnholster, Mrs. J. C. made a business trip tp Saturday In Jacksonville.Mrs. -
slater, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Nichols are attending the summer -vaCharles-
Crewi. Mrs. Q. B. Colson and Thursday. term of the University at Gainesville H. C. Wlmberly, Miss In Circuit' Court Bradford 'P. Pope,
,3 w. Miss Lubedia Plnholster were in Friends of Mrs. O. W. Barry Miss Ruth Lewis spent last and the Ethel Ricks. C. M. Grlffls and J. County, Florida. Amy 1.. Kery DefendantORDER
spent week-end here plaintiff. VM. Charles I* Kery de. Otf SERVICE
Alachua Monday. will regret to learn that she Is weekend in Jacksonville with with Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Sr. F. Griffis were visitors to Green fendant. On Monday, August 4th, NOTICE TO APPEAR
i returned Alachua friend. Cove 1941, the defendant, Charles I* THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Miss Eloise Gainey 111 In the County Springs Thursday :
very Mr.- and Mrs. M.
4 Fanning were Kery. whose residence In Port To Charles. P Pope, whom .
'I Sunday after spending several Hospital In Gainesville. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ganus were visitors to Starke Saturday. Edwin Sharp and Marvin Green L.eyden. New York, P. O. Box' 772, I. 135 Wan.worth St., Cbar.r..I.eI..nee
days In Jacksonville with rela- Hazen la Improving, Mrs Cora visiting Mr. and Mrs Virgil spent Sunday in Mlddleburg with In. required to appear to the bill of leston. S. C.-
Miss Maggie Crews was a complaint filed against him herein It la hereby ordered that you an I
tiv.... Crews and R. T. Osteen are still Owens Monday. visitor to Starke relatives. Thin. order to be published once a required to appear on the 17th I
Mrs. Raymond Crews of JBCKonvUla confined to their homes. Mrs H. 1., Haltwanger of Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. N. T. Green and children week for four consecutive week In of July A. D. 1941 before the abo/tl
Miss Beth Wimberly last Bradford C o u n t y Telegraph a entitled court, to the bill of com-1
t, was called to the bedside Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano were visited Mr. and Mr. Wal- spent of Saxton visited relatives here newspaper published In said Brad. plaint filed against you In Ih.l
; of her mother, Mr. O. W. Barry, visiting Mrs. Gano's mother, Mrs.H. ter Underhill Sunday. week Green,with near her Lawtey.sister Mrs. ',N. T Saturday. ford 19th County.1941. Starke Florida. JuneCOFFICIAL above Bradford entitled County cause Telegraph"; and "The I III!

.i 1 last week. C. Martin, In Island Grove' Mrs. Luther Harrell of Brooker I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee left REAL) A. J. Thomas. hereby designated aa thenfw-1
ti cs' w Mrs.' E. J. Lewis Is visiting her Sunday.Mrs. spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Normanand Sunday for Callahan where they Clerk Circuit Court Bradford paper In which this order shall t be|
r with her par- County Florida. published once a week for fourconsecutive
( 8-27 )
Miss 4t 7-18
Dukes a tDukel. Cleon Norman visited will reside for
''h' sister, Mrs. Bural I ents, Mr. and Mrs several months.BOATDRAIN weeks. -
Abe Crosby and children R. M. Crosby
.In Starke Saturday. WTTNFJHS' my hand and the .,,1
y ;. Rev. N. T. of i"r CIHCI-IT fornT. imtnFonn of thin
of Jacksonville were visitors here King Tampa Is court at. Starke. Florida I
IT, Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. Hinton hadag last week; Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Miss Freddy Wlmberly of 1'RItY; '' 'TY, "' 1.OII11UI\I: fllAV.: thin. 6th day of June, A. D. 1>41, I
Starke spent several of OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas,
week Mrs. Hlnton's days last
this ,
guests Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Mott of Mr., and Mrs. B. R. Shaw of week here with her grandmother By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Evelyn Wm. H.Hnuthwell Southwell. Plaintiff, vs. Clerk of the Circuit Court
mother. Mrs.' Lee Jasper. Defendant. John J. Henderaon, Eaq.
?' Lee was accompanied home by her Raiford spent Saturday afternoon Jacksonville spent the week-end Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly.. Mrs. Dan Boree and''sons, Har- On Monday, the 4th day of Au- Plaintiff'. Attorney 6-13 4t4
grandson Ralph Hinton. visiting his sister, Mrs. Ellis demons. -, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. : Wm. Reid. C. C. Cannon and J. old and Doyle of Jacksonville

1 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey I. Bert Shaw W. Byrd of ;Jacksonville were were 'week-end guests of 'her .
were vlsitipg In Jacksonville Sun Mrs. Beulah Baxter of Daidwln,1s Miss Irene Prescott of Starke visitors here Monday' brother, C. A.- Griffis. SOUTHERN
day. spending'a few 'days with her and Mils Vesta McRae of Pine C. M.; Grlffls was a visitor to Miss Mildred Morrell 'la visiting Hot and cold running water-Phone: 3-9107-European Plan

w Mrs. W. H. Hlnton and children mother, Mrs. R. P, Lewis, who Level visited Miss' Irene Lewis Baldwin Sunday. In Jacksonville. \V. Adams St. at Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville, Flo
k? and Mrs Earl Green were shop has been very 111, but Is 'ImprovIng Sunday afternoon Jim Godwin anti M. T. Knightof Bill Starling of Pine Level was Rates: Single 75e and 91.00 per day

., ping in Gainesville last week. We are sorry to report on our Saturday.J.Maxvlllo. were visitors here fis visiting his aunt, Mrs Z. Z. Grif- Double '1.00 and $1.50 per day

Ii//.: Hampton HappeningsDy I sick Crawford list this and little week Glenda Mrs.. Under Lonnie Starke. F.Saturday.Grlffls was a visitor to Misses,Miss Saturday.Dorothea Frank Coleman and Doris and Lee A-.. FAMILY"-- .... HOTEL-. ,.. --- -,_ .I.... E.....,_CONE. .. Prop.

hill, baby of Mr. and 'Mrs.' Paul Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prescott were visiting Mrs Ralph Gainey .

Mrs. M.V. Morrow have returned to Hampton from Underbill. Their. many friends and lion. Vaughn, were business last Tuesday.P. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
f Live Oak. with for them visitors tp Jacksonville Saturday.O. B. Prevail was his
a Many Years
speedy recovery. lbpe11ent'fl1\lakea: It Possible for Me to Render
r AT TIIE CHUKCHK9 THIS Mrs Flora Belle Brown and W. Marr of Minis and L. A. son, John Prevail last '
Mrs. W. A. Lewis returned Saturday EFFICIENT PROMPT and SERVICE
WEEK lon. Lamar, of Gainesville are Marr of Camp Blending spent the j Miss Margaret Griffis was visit
Monday after
Baptist-Rev. C. A. Warren of. spending a few weeks with Mrs. with Mr. and spending some time week-end here with Joe Marr and ing her uncle and aunt. :Mr. and MODERATE PRICES
Alachua-Morning and evening Eva Birt. Brooker. ,Mrs. Newn Mott of|I family. I Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis. last, Saturday DeWITT C. JONES

; worship Mr and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox spent Wood row T'icker of Camp 'night and attended church" at Starke Florida
i a
Christian-Captain James L. the week-end In Jacksonville. -
'4 Sandlin Chaplain at Camp Blan- J. C. Turner spent Saturday

fUng Afternoon and evening serYlW. -; and Sunday with his family in

idt,*, .". Macon, Ca.Claude 6r THE FACTS.
1% I Crafton, Bennie Tomp- r A.Al.P VQM2 '.T'"II/P
ROAD AND BRIDGE DEFECTST. kin! and Casper Tompkins, all II
Coma ft It i a> Jr I I,
C Chastaln. County
of May and now working at I'
mlatrion for this district, wishes the Nimmo i
Camp Blending, are at
that all road and bridge defects Louse ,

F 1'. caused by the recent heavy rains M.', and Mrs. John Phillips of fO lD-IS
be to him that he I
see reported about having so repair work may Orlando with spent MR Friday and and Mra.Saturday Olllo FIRST IN

'h this done district while the machinery Is in Pierce.Plerce's sister:Mrs. Phillips l is Mr r N a YA t'r'r

MAY BUILD IX HAMPTONMr. Mrs. John Sheffield of Fargo

and Mrs. O. K. Prince of Ca., spent Saturday with her hus ,

Tampa, and Sunday dinner guests band.
.B of Miss Ada Nimmo, stated that Mra. Walter :McDonald and i
they would possibly build on their children of :Macon, Ga., spent Fri
lot In Hampton sometime this day with Mrs. J. C. Wilcox
summer when Mr. Prince retires H. V. Haywood of Houston .

from active railroad duties as Texas Will visiting his aunt, Mrs..
Chief Dispatcher for the Seaboard D.V.. Swindle last week.
In Tampa. Mrs. Ida Maxwell, her son, Bill
f \iaxwel), and grandson. Bruce, allot I
HAMPTON: IIIIIKFS: I Jacksonville visited friends in
Mrs. J. W. Home returned Hampton Sunday.

Sunday from Reevesville S. C., Jeannene Cook Washington,
where she had been visiting with D. C., Is spending several week
her father, J. H. McAlhany. with Mrs. Minnie Marclony.
Marvin Blrt left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Wynn of 1

Fort Valley, Ca., where he will Jacksonville visited his parent, Li
make his headquarters during the Mr. and Mrs C. C. Wynn, Sun-

peach season. day.Aldoph
Mr. and :Mrs. Hugh Sullivan Peters of Jacksonville

and family spent the week-end : visited Mr. and Mrs C. C. Wynn
with relatives in Mayo.M. last week.

U. Watterson was a busi Gene Roslgnal of Jacksonville n
ness visitor In Jacksonville last I is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C.

Friday.J. Wynn. Recently at the Official
I Gilmore-Grand
W. Home was a business James Gnann has recently purchased -
visitor in Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. a new home In Jackson Canyon Economy Run-big economy test

H. B. Wiggins and Mrs vllle and contemplates. selling his of the year-a standard-equipped Ml! Ford
'. t Mary Williams visited relatives In Hampton home, ,
Macclenny Sunday.T. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth proved Itself best in ht class for gas economy t

F. Brown la spending several I are building a modern two-room e e.. beating its nearest competitor by 1.34
months in Baldwin as relief op-1, apartment In the upstairs of their
i orator for the Seaboard Railway. ;:, home. per
,- Friends of Miss Geraldine Hall j Mrs. A. A. McDonald and Mrs.
will be glad to hear that she is Jennie Roper, both of Jacksonville 9Bi BleHB,,,, iHssHssiii1ssiiiiiiiiiiil -
e back from the Gainesville Hos and Sunday dinner guests

_ pital. I of Miss Nlmmo were also look- Andrews Motor Co.
Mrs. Mary Thomas -of Lake Ing after real' estate holding.

Butler Is spending the summer here earlier In the week.,

? months with her daughter, Mrs. (I Miss Miriam Guy Is attendingthe Starke Florida
C. C. Wynn I first a.e.'IO'n l of'' rammer
Mrs. Ethel e,:Jones hits returned'b'ome chobl In Tallalttewfr.Mfss .

g 'after a week at Ja fuon- Betty Jo Fraaer of Fort

.s4 lr YAle Beach. I Lauderdale was a guest recentlyin i:
r Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Falrcloth the Guy Home. _


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I4lu,4. //"E =:. = B&ArFOlcoUNTT! TELEGRAPD, STAJtJU: FLORIDA 'pJl.n 'AEVJaN. .t'' I I
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ndar, week-end with their parents, Mr. r i t i

IP Id.n.. [ and Mrs. O. B,.Johns. FLA. STATE FARM Senator Maines sufficient serum to last until another '- Lathe Ortggers of Union County. .*

10f t" tV ilk Ruby Moore Miss Myrtle Hodges of Jack By Miss Mary Townsend DiscussesLegislative appropriation Is made. and Representative I ii man of I

k I.10, sonville spent the week-end here W. M. U. MEETING Senator Malnes led the fight In Bradford County. a large numberof ,

a...... with friends and Acts the Senate against measures county roads In the two coun J''I, ,- '
Monday June
; HER VERY 23. the .
n..... ; ; i\RDS JlONOREDr.t1lllEON' BEST RECIPE Ralford t41,
: which I ,
would have > State)
Idr.'II IMr Devil's Food Cake made "Mr. Mrs. Raymond Secrest and W. M."-U-, which is composed of In a recent discussion. Senator provided pen- ties were designated as ,) J
Oflc.. ) Nelson of Jack- George W. Roberta by *. family of Hollywood are spending the local circle: number one, and Hal Y. Malnes of Lake Butler, glona or increased pay. for State roads under the, new state road !
,\rthur D. sometime the Rat/ord State Senator officers: the bill passed. despitehis department policy; ,l,,
' Circle from
'to"",. honoring Miss 1 cup butter, here with her parents, number two, Bradford and '
''dr.'II fiUe entertained brlde- 2 cups sugar Mr. and Mra W. M. Reddish. met at the* home of Mrs. J. G. Union Counties gave a discussionof opposition. He also opposed

I 7'11 ,f"?' Elizabeth Edwards ) Sat- 3 squares unsweetened Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Fountain Knight of RaIford. things accomplished ,by the a retirement plan for state,, and Plenty Of Clocks
of Lawtey chocolate county officials and
PORn I, ( : and family of Tampa The meeting was opened by Mra Senate during the recent Legislative -
melted. were vi.ltIng ,
inpatio ,
luncheon ) j
a' bill excuse
21. at did not paw. "I There.Ie no. longer any
It,.. June Knight and session.
1. Rote! 5 eggs, home of Mr. and Mrs. I .Mrs W. E. Malone
" of the Roosevelt 1 R. N. Crawford Sunday afternoon.VANDERBILT led in prayer.. ,,Devotion study for As a candidate for the office such pension bills as I believe they for people not knowing the time '
cup buttermilk .
and chrysanthe- are class legislation for benefit of .
\\'hite l ladloli 2 1-2 flour the afternoon was the 23rd last year. Senator Maines stressed of day-or: night-what, with' two I L ''a.H1 .
attractive cups a few at of
the expense
A. centered invited to I 1 teaspoon vanilla, Psalm. The' meeting will be held economy In operating the SUte i the State," he explained.The clocks In the Poet office. one lathe :
the guests Legislature '
and In
II. IoPub.I, bIO, set the for honoree and the host- 1 teaspoon soda dissolved in By MISS VELMA NORMANMr. next Malone.Monday at the home of Mrs. State government all increase branches In of gross receipts tax was repealed Western Union and one In ,

.pith-a this occasion. tablespoon boiling water. and Mrs. G. C. Norman and amount paid for old age pensions, another point Senator the Postal-even If no two of .H1

colt.iOtp. Edwards was' presented Cream butter and sugar, add daughters, Faye and Gaile BRIDGE PARTY legislation establishing hospitalin MaInes pledged himself to work them are together! And now with
11111 melted of for.
* dainty piece' of lingerie as chocolate. Add egg yolks Malone, spent Saturday The local bridge club met at the every county Increase In pay that beautiful new Bulova clockin :
till of the occasion by to first mixture -and beat Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman.night homo of Mrs. M. E. Grlner on and better working conditions for In carrying out his platform front of the Oem Jewelry, "that ,

0emefltO .. thoroughly. Sift flour and add Mr. Thursday of last week. There State workers 'n lower salary pledges, he Introduced a bill to Increase makes', '' It Just ducky! All a fellow ;
Ifu ZJeIaOfl. alternately with buttermilk. Stir and Mrs. W. H. Lee of were four tables of bridge. Mrs. brackets, open 'range for cattle pay of school bus drivers has to do is to keep his band ,on
ANNE!: PREVATTvfr In I vanilla and dissolved Oke-echobee were guests of Mr. j. E. Wallace of and secured its in the :
BABBTH: soda. and Mrs. H. was the high scorerof repeal gross receipts tax. opposition passage his wrist and set his watch every I

.._ .....,4- _pIJIce ._ J.- T. Prevatt an- Fold Ht._ in._ stiffly.*.___ _beaten.* egg_ whites. ily Sunday.Mrs. L. Norman and fam the afternoon while Mrs. Past- to sales tax betteri Senate. However the' meaauntfalle,1 time he passes one of the aforesaid v.;;" .
.r. L
'Ok.I". the arrival of a seven i and **ana Hi luree nine inch- layer tins I Iin ney.won the bingo prize. schools. more .nay- for- teachen_____mn and_n,_ !,I; to become a law. clockat. Then he Is certain to '. '

\ pound baby daughter moderate'oven 375 degrees F. Ellen Barber and eons r 'I bus drivers. He did not support the Increasein have the latest time! It would '

bait June 24. The little girt h" for 20 minutes or in a loaf pan Bobble and Jerrie of Jacksonvilleare Aliases Mary Jo and Lila Rae "I am very happy and gratified cost of auto license tags, most save the newcomer to Starke s\''I -' ,.''ltflIbl'4

111 named- Elizabeth Anne. at 350 degrees F. for one hour. spending a few days here 'Caldwell left Saturday for a visit to say that, nearly all the of which were raided from $10 to many a "crick In the neck," If he .45 --

)rEX HOUSE" TO BE Mr. and Mrs. Horace'; Rosier l j, Mrs. J.D./ C*I4weU..of Oklawaha.! my platform were'accomplished drivers' licenses from 50 cents that there la no clock In the 'ii'; -

00: JIXV: 3RD.TV Miss Mary Edwards of Jacksonville and family of Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Cox spent at this session. said I Senator to $1.00. pointing out that the Courthouse tower.PHILLIPS ,

Rev. and Mrs. Lee W, En- spent Thursday in Law. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman the week-end In Orlando. Mr. Malnea. "I am deeply gratefulfor automobile owner already carriesa j, '.- ,
will entertain at their home tey visiting her mother Mrs. W. and family Sunday. Cox's grandmother accompaniedthem and express my appreciationand large part of the tax burden. / ,' "4.oi
dd H. Edwards Sr. home for a visit. Indebtedness to members of to CWliCK A. RIA (' v e'ui'
July 3rd. The Senate ..
a 1 Thursday Gladys and Cecil Manning of was the scene of a 4
at. M. celebrating J. B. McDonald Is spen- .Mr.: and Mrs.: M ;. Grlner the Senate who assisted In paining ..
!00! to 9:00: P. ,. Vanderbilt are spending a few r rough and tumble debate on re- -, 1CAYS ''l
Ing a two"week's vacation visited the l legislation I
with friends in sponsored. .
wedding anniversary. days with 'relatives Tampa over the districting State to provide a
n fourth In Jackson 'ti
!4thr elf their friends are extended her mother. Mrs. W. E. Webb, Sr., ville. week.end.Mrs. The Senate was composed of a sixth Congressional dUtrlct. Bills .1. an

I'of 11 Invitation of to be with them at of Ogletborpe, Ga. Mr. and Calvin Williams of Starke fine body of men and It was a I I Introduced would have given the #rY666
thead. Mrs. W: H. Edwards, Sr.,' and Mrs. Eugene Ellis of visited her real pleasure and privilege to be new
parents, Mr. and Mra congressman to South Flor- 4
'fbjll j. ume. small daughter Ada, spent last Worthington Springs were visiting G. E. Crews for several day associated with them In the 1941session. ida, and as pointed out by Senator 4
Mrs. Ellis'
parents Mr. and Mrs.F. ."
CHURCH week-end in
\CE visiting week. Maine, one bill would have given
ub.on VICES MiY Edwards, who has Norman. Saturday evening. Senator Maines pointed out this district
recently Friends of W. E. Malone (the Second) 17,000 r ,.Vi'
Church School: 10:00: o'clock. I accepted a position with i the Mr. and Mrs. H. I... Normanand be sorry to 'learn of the recent will that he Introduced and secured more population than one other ELECTRIC II ,
eat M. Riverside Ice Co. family were shopping in of Senate Bill 478 which ''
Ifomlnjr Service: 11:00: A. death of his passage district. "This was manifestly unfair -
mother Mrs.
4''. ibjectfor this servIce-will be: Misses Ernestine, Barbara and Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. Malone of Madison. W. B. provides a maximum 55-h our ." said Senator Malnes, "and I SERVICE II \; *051

00, to Country," Text: "Righteous- Ann Moore spent the weekendat Junior Rosier' of Arredondais Mrs. M. D. Young and week for worker at State Prison could not support It." In his I ft' ,, -' 'Ce'

1,, Exalteth a Nation.. Jacksonville Beach visiting spending a few days here with Herbert Flllyaw left last nephew.week Farm receiving lens than $90 per I fight against the bill on the Senate : ,'

1l Fellowship Supper: 6:00: P. M. their aunt. Miss Rachel Boyer of Milton and Euston Norman.Mr. for Ashvllle, Ga., where they are month with additional pay for additional floor he pointed out that the Electrical Contracting i -

Evening Sermon: 7:00: P..<.iM.. Jacksonville, who rented an apartment and Mrs. J. M. Rosier rand visiting' friends and relatives. hours of woik. Some population shift Is how to North and Repairing 1f.
at the beach for workers heretofore had worked as Florida due to defense work at
a va family of Lawtey were ,Mr.*snd' Mrs. J. A.
of Chris- visitingMr BouvIer I
Woman's Society 'I returned ,
N.ID The cation. much as 84 hours one week and Camp Blandlng, Jacksonville endPensacola
Service: Tuesday July' 1st.. and Mrs. Levy Norman and last week from Miami 64 hours the next for stated sal LIGHT POWER "
&n The Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boyerof family a In defense of his stand. ,
the home of Mrs. George. W. Deland and Mrs. W. D. Sunday.Mr. they have been visiting ary. Similar bills had been Introduced The redistrIcting bills were killed !, ,
Royal and Mrs.' A. A. Edwards their son. J.; A.. Bouvter, Jr., for atts.
In the In
tarts.jRev. and Legislature and the will be '
children of Ocala spent several the few new congressman Phone 4 Lawtey. ; Fla. : til 111rrt.il!
The Herbert Hazzard, ''who days during the week and family of Brooker were visit* past weeks. the past Senator Mamas said but elected from the State at large. f 0lt005
past Ing Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Mrs. D.. T.'Thornton was calledto this Is the first bill of this nature j'
been pastor of Grace Church with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore. Lake In co-operation with Represen ,j, 004a
Butler this week because ,
Saturday night.
the Florida Legis-
r the past two years was're- Mrs. David W. Moore and of the ever passed by .
of '
her niece Miss ,
lature.In i
Minted last week by the Meth- daughters Misses p1'' ,,
Caroline and e.
Ellie Brannen. W. T. CLUTEREALTORF.
st Conference to serve as pas- Betty spent Saturday afternoonin GUM BRANCH his fight for economy In 3F
By Mrs. Edd nneratlon of the Senate. another II. A.. LOANS t.
another PurrUh .
r hers for year. Jacksonville visiting Mr. and
... "BETHEL platform pledge: S na\OrMalne.1 tq..,
Mrs. William ucarello. We want the Hating on. propertyWe
Mrs.' T. N. Norman your
!.CARRADINE and son, By Mrs. D. D. Woodard was sometimes referred by

0'0 Henceforth, Pearl Grlffls Car- F. R. Carradine spent Tuesdayin Gerald spent Saturday with Mrs. newspaper cor r e spondents as have some wonderful .properties for sale. I I.*1s4 01(5

\ dJne of Lawtey and Henry" Her- Jacksonville attending to. busi Normans parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Griffts R. E. Jones and "Economy Hal," and "the Watch- See us about your Real Estate Needs t : 015 011Slugs

jeI ness. H. M. McRae. at Pine Level. Milford Grtffls enjoyed a fish fry dog of the Treasury" of the 1941 '
" Rein of New York City; may
Miss Ernestine Moore left Law. on Santa Fe Lake
. [derate both their birthday'and Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keene and Saturday night. session. The Senate saved be-

" :dillng anniversaries together. I tey Wednesday to visit I Miss I I son. Vanice Jr., R. C. and Harley Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hornsby tween $50,000: and $60,000 in operating ;11Iii' -
Mary Elizabeth Reddish of Jacksonville .' Keene and Mrs. Minnie Nauman were I expenses, and did its I
, visiting Mr. and
,I JI J, Both gave Sept. 2nd as 'their and will return home Sun.' Mrs. Dan Ke ne at Jacksonville visiting Mrs. L. B. Jordan Sun I work with about 200 less attaches -
jilrthdates when they were mar- day. day afternoon. than the 1939 Senate. ; I
" I Sunday, June 22nd., at high Sunday.While there they visited *
Johnson of received full
their father, H. H. Keene In St.Vlncnt's Camp Old age pensions '
n at the Swedish Lutheran Blanding was visiting in this from Senator Malnes as *
sec. support Iii adfv
j East' !
rch, In Greenwich
Lion last weekend.Mrs. he voted for every measure Introduced .
Intended will' be 'THE DAY to George Shuford I Mr..' and "Mrs.: B. E. Iw.lI
) honeymoon ,Chapmanof C. C.: Griffls and Mrs. R. to Increase .,.rthene pay. .j.ji 41,1,
I Deferred by the exigencies of na- whose Birthday Anniversarycame Jacksonville spent Sunday with E. Hornsby were visiting Mrs. K. ments. As finally passed by both -

I II II defense. on June 25th., and to 'A. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and were l_. GrIffis Saturday night. houses, average old age pensionswere i tI Uu

In fact, Mr. and Mrs. Rein M. Lewis who celebrated June accompanied home by their Sumpter GeIger and Andrew raised from $12 to $23 per I T 4iii

I uy start their honeymoon on 26th.. son Steve Chapman w h grand-J Griffls of Tampa1 are visiting month, and the maximum old Do Your Trading It.I

I |Wr birthdays,-for that Is about spent the past week with friends and relatives In this sec, age pension wan Increased from I 00

I e i time the housing project at The many friends of James; Mrs. Sapp. tion 'this week. $30 to $40 per month.A where 6 piece Rogers Silverware' are ,/. ,-.A ,4gPt tii.C ,

I tford, where Mr. Heln I I Is Reddish, son of Mr. and Mrs. This section was saddened last I Mrs. Jimmie Woodard J. M. I general hospital bill was Introduced given away with every 110 In trade )

. |rintendent of construction for Marion Reddish, will regret to week by both the'deaths of Jim Allen, Emma Allen David Wood. by Senator Maines and or certificates. 1 1

:it> John W. Ryan Company .Is learn that he was taken to St. Hersey of Lawtey and Lacy ard and Cleve Smith were visitIng Its passage secured In the Senate. Are Jteoleetn.d .. ,I .

peeled to be completed. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville; Underhill of Pine Level. Mrs. R. V. Hlgglnbotham of It later passed the House also. IISCAhlf SMITH'S GARAGE t ; q.e w. pgtorC

Meanwhile the couple will reside Monday afternoon to undergo an Miss Elna Conner spent Sun- St. Augustine Tuesday. Under this act. each county Is You-.' ChooeMcCOY .

192 MaIn Street, Wiakefleld. appendectomy. day night with Mr. and Mrs. J. :Mrs. J. M. Allen has returned permitted to build, maintain and STARKE. FLORIDA iu5
,t ,
ffew York. Jake Shuford Ed. Durban and S. Shaw at the State Farm. from a two weeks' visit in Olus. I operate a county hospital. Financing rsugk let,

Rev. Albert J. Halllngton. performed David,Moore spent a very pleas Edd parristi of Jacksonville tee.'Mr. is arranged through I .
the double-ring:' ceremony ant week-end fishing. They returned -' spent the week-end with his wife and :Mrs. A. M. Glisson County Commissioners and such lb
and children and Mrs. J. M. Allen will be administered by CO., Inc. '
t which Mr. and Mrs. R. S.' 'An- with a goodly supply of here.Mrs. hospitals

non of Tampa, Fla., served :aaattendants. speckled perch and reported havIng W. C. demons is spendinga and son were visiting In St. Augustine trustees appointed by the Gover Gainesville Florida l
( The bride wore a a splendid time. few days in Jacksonville with .... Friday night. nor.Of 1 ysM
interest to farmers was Increase .
raveling suit of magnolia brown. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, her. son-in-law and daughter Mr. j .I1Isa
-- of hog cholera serum appropriation WHOLESALE:; AND RETAIL DEALERS IN '
Ih accessories of beige and Jr.. moved from Starke Saturdayand and Mrs. Grover flatten. Deeds Filed :
I from, $12 .Ooo to
Mrs. T. C. Chaataln and Mrs.
ore a corsage of gardenias.; Mrs. are making their residence at
Brooker Turpentine Co., Inc. This should provide -
of / ?
H a ton !,
Jderson wore a suit of magnolia the home of Mr. Edwards par m p I i/ ,Igs,
to Deacons of '
the the Rock Prt
"wn i with white accessories and ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed- were visiting the latter's parents, LUMBER:: & MOULDINGS i. Sa
*i corsage of talisman rosebuds. wards, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Friday. mltlve 'Baptist Church; Shellle "For Twenty YearsI've ,

A wedding dinner followed at Mrs. H. B. .Arwood spent Tues- Those attending the funeral of Hall to L. S. Hutto and Lula F. found ADLERIKA satisfac Direct From Manufacturer To You t :\

Chrthalis in Kingston. day In Jacksonville shopping.EVERGREEN Lacy Underhill Saturday afternoon Hutto, his wife; Nelle H. Noll- tory." (H. B.-Mlch.) When bloat- ;{

were Mr. and Mrs. T. N. man and W. H. Nollman her husband ed with gas annoyed, by bad t t,

Norman Mr. and Mrs. E I don to Orle A. Wiggins and breath or sour stomach due to delayed Mill And Yards At Gainesville ; '.J e001I I''
SUNNY : its to. -
BROOK I Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dicks, Laura Lee Wiggins his wife- bowel action* try ADLERIKA .

By RJ-l'1 Mrs. F. A. Rosier I and $1.950; Orle A. Wiggins and for QUICK relief. Get it
Miss Arsula Crosby ny, Mr. Mra. F. S. Sapp, Mrs.L. 1 I' :
: L. Conner Mrs. Edd Parrlah, Laura Lee Wiggins, his wife, to TODAY. AT YOUR DRUG Phone- 1237 or'wrlte Box 414. : ,

Alton Dobbs and Fred Halslop Mrs. Cecil Day and children of Misses Elna Conner and Dorothy J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Nell Andrews STORE. i' l1

a business trip to Waldo Haloes City are visiting her parents Norman. his wife; 91.950. }b

!i'tldiy.itt. Mr. and Mrs. Thea Brannen. Stella R. Carradine of Orleans _
Mrs. D. Warren of Starke was
Miss Jewell Pringle spent Sun- Co., Loulslanna to Bryant E. Red. .
and :
Mrs. .C1lAr!
Merrill Tindall the dinner guest of her parents, I *' poj d ,
upert the day here with Miss Clarice Rosier. dish May 16; Richard Clark and : f _ 1P( ,
week-end In Deland Mr. and Mra J. S. Sapp Satur- r t'e Cft1 ?
'III1h wife Mora Clark to W. C. Loper,
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Copeland of I

1rrs. Sallie' Thou and Mrs. Jacksonville were visiting B. E. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Hubbard ,' May 22: Mrs. Frank A. Sweezyas tWf; th : .
Laura afternoon of last Administratrix 0 f estate of
Mosley of Tampa spent Rosier Thursday have returned to their home in f
iaat Frank A. Sweezy deceased to
week with Mr. week. Plant City after spending sometime -
and Mrs. W.
It Verdle S. Futch May 22; H, L.
Halslop Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spears and I with their grandparents Mr.
Brownlee and wife, Etta Brown- "
ttU Nona Brown children, and Mrs. H. Normal of and Mrs. J. N. Norman.GRAIIA.JI.
I a was shopping lee. to J. J. Truby. May 28; B. .t
here with
Jacksonville Ralford Sunday
Friday, spent Wilkinson and Esther Wilkinson
Mr. their ., Mr. and Mrs. Bran
and Mrs. 0- N. Kelly and pare his wife, to W. H. Edwards, Jr., A cMt IIEW/1kWOP
and MI'I. Jack Smith were nen.Mr. By Mrs. L. C. Smith May 29; J. W. Home and Pearl "! ,
YI1itlng Mr. and Mrs., Willie Reddish '
KellY's brother.tn-Iaw Home his wife, to Wesley T. I
and Mrs.. Clifton Hall and _
ant Mr. ; t
4iter. Mr. and Mrs. Martin and children spent Sunday after- Halek and Iessl V. lIalek bis ..:,. **
ROller Reddlsh's mother, children of Savannah, Ga.. and ,
of with Mrs.
Raiford noon wife, May 29.
Aoort. Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hampton WffYtiJcerIII.iDia i
Mrs. .J. S. Rosier. Thomas J. Hurrhee single man / i ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl
!.I,.. /i' R- Kelly and children. ?_.frs_no. _Brannen and daughter Jones Sunday. to W. H. Green. June 16: LillianB. ,fI
Robert LloYd spent Saturday In Jacksonvillewith I Scott and Wilbur A. Scott, of
and Kathryn and Miss Katie Maud Easterling! returned :'"
kra. C. C. her Jensen Brannen. Orange County to Fred A. Scott '
son, :
and son Bul from a visit of ,
were t Iii n' Sunday and Laura If. Scott June 16; '
k. Crandm Thursday of last Mrs. C. A. Pringle and children several weeks with her uncle and : ii '
Carl Johns and Tbelma Johns. his
with her i'
spent Sunday and Mrs. O. O. Graves,
aunt. Mr. :
HUbert Kelly mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier. wife to J. M. Edwards and LucUle IL '
PPThtlng of Plant City Js at Daytona Beach. Ci Edwards, his wife June 16;
intI a While here With :&lrs. Helen Secrest of Hallandale is Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and Carl Johns and Thelma Johns his : k

AJtoQ kelly and Mr and Mrs. spending; the week here with little daughter Anna Jean. of wife to W. A. Edwards and Lucille III ,

Dobbl.1r. Louise and.ClarIce. Rosier.BOOTSETS Waldo were dinner guests of Mr. Edwards, June 16; Ruby WIl. JNwa"f

of i and Un' KatfO'd Brown and Mra It. M. Johnson Sunday. llamnon, widow,of Duval County,

!reek Plant City are 'spending< this BEACH :Mrs. Ruth Frazier who Is attending to W. H. Edwards. Jr.. June 16;
MH f-
Mr. Br CrawfortW summer school at the W. H. Edwards Jr. and Eula M. ,-
| l lfI.i wa'. mother By, 3Iis Mile AT A POPULAR
Aria Erow of Florida spent the y
*' They are busy Edwards. his wife. to John A.

Picking peppel'1l for the market.. are very glad to welcome week-end at home. Starling, June 17: W. T. McEver 4'o1d PRICE ,. One of Amer.
A 'larC' into our section. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves and and Frances McEver, his wife to t ,OI
tbUrt" "nlcea at has attended Frank Greene and family of Lake I''L little daughter Shirley of Daytona Felton Graven and Cassia Grave L00 ica'i truly fine been- "; '.

Church thia Week. Pin e Level city. :I J Beach were visiting relatives his wife. June 18; E. L. Crosbyand uwau" now smoother and moredelightful ,: : .-

WI'I. Cora. Villard Gaaklns was a visitor j I I I I Sunday. wife, Octavla Eugenia Crosby than }

lq't1e Belle Sparkman and to Jacksonville last week. Mrs. A. A. Arms lead of Gainesville of Duval County to A. L. Crosby ever I.

'Ill! Etoise Renfro of Tarpon Springs William Blackwelder of Dukes spent Monday with rela and wife. Lillian Crosby, June 19; /1 cm191'a& Yes, and extra dry wi''

era Johna of New River was visiting the bedside of his Eula W. Weathewax and her too-keen edged with ?

;,. "'Itirlg Mrs. lass KeDy and sister :Mrs. C. E. Crawford. here tives.Mr.: and Mrs. Claud Hall of 'husband. A. D. Weatherwax, to F. /t.iJZA

ae.4ay and 1tr.. Alton Dobbs Wed- Sunday afternoon.A. Hampton spent Sunday with Mr. C. Hollingsworth. June 20; Add ...".. reeii out bitterness or bite.

"ternoon J. Crawford and Marvin and Mrs.. Carl Jones. Green and wife, Doshie Green. to iucw Meet this friendly beer

visitors to Jacksonville :Mr. and Mrs. T A. Graves of Osle Green, June 21; J. O. McCuI- t.'j -
Rosier were )
I ADO0 )L\CDINJ!: PAPER- Saturday. Sampson City were visiting; his lougb a wldoweri to Earl Van AND CANS today-Old IlliJwauW.

C000U.cTy[ 21e_n a'A D FOR D ,Misses, Justin and Josephine parents' Mr. and 1011'.. J. A. his Alstln wife,and June Myrtle 23. Van Alstlne j eo".."., _,/N. "IW" ,,_.., c...MNw..im.,Wt.. .

TELlQa"\pD.: ,Johns. of Jacksonville spent the Graves Sunday.

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j y 11 Home Moves Cab.- Drivers Fined A & A Enlarges, [''honoree ernoon with.the two hostesses ands I!f AOTM.Twp. B more 8. R. .'. feet East, thence 6S3H, feet South to 83 point degree of aid four return consecutive day west' 9r,
were L. Wll
: Mrs. E. under &,: ; also (4th. Except) b.- and official Witnes"
Cafe after three M. Brown Mrs, N. ...... 128 feet North of BW Cor. this Jon 26,seal at 8l rOFFICIAL "i" ,
De Witt C. Jones beta recently Three more cab drivers were The A & A llama Mrs. F. ., The : NWW\ of SWH of *al<] Sec. S3, 1941. h P
1 V months' operation has practically Sternberg Mrs, A. Z. Adklns, under the said North 1 degree 45' West along' ( SEAL)
; moved Into his new Funeral Homeon fined In Mayor's Monday wan In the name Clerk A. I. ''
/ : I doubled its size. Opening for Miss Lois Adkins, Mrs. W. B. The ...... line B8. feet East 268 feet I Circuit cou !
of East Nona and afternoon for violating the or- center of Ry. track thence : County Florida. ElJ ,
the comer under the said
I business around March 10, it was Sewell. Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. along center of said T.
South Mabel streets Because dtnance regarding taxicabs. kdwln So much wan In the 631 feet thence North 12'' Frank foe not run.
an immediate success. R. F. Demorest- Mrs. Fred Guy, UnlvBN ttald Attorney
... 48' West 60 feet to Plaintiff
t l Starke people do not know the Lee and George Stoney were fined so that Its owner. Mrs. M. E. Mrs. H. C. Rltch Miss Madge deed redeemed will Untie beginning, less railway point right J I-n

names of the titreets, that sounds'115 each for using for hire their Mlxon. and her son A. M. Mlxon. Middleton, Mrs' L. D. Vlnlng, Utti.. day of way; I
the manager, began to plan en Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. D. A. Dated this : : NOTICE That plaintiff! p.
like It Is a great distance away. own private cars without a II- D. 1941. Jones, J. C. Jones and Cora B. Dr.
I largement.Last Montelth, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Clayton
P 1 but it t Is only five or six blocks cense. M. E. Mlchaelaon who was (OFFICIAL : .., have duly filedtbelr, sworn W
1 Saturday morning, after Miss Peggy Forehand Mrs. John Clerk of of Complaint In. the above
from the heart of lown. I|charged week before last with County, Florida. !' and cause against Jones
carpenters had been at work for Large, and Mrs''EV L. Matthews. of you and
pll'l To vlalt the place all one ha picking civilians and also into you also against w.
up operating several weeks they moved Jones and Mary Jones, his wife
to do Is to drive or walk out without license and i A new iv CIIICI'IT defendant, wherein the relief CHIROPRACTIC!
a wbo I their enlarged quarters. Torruella Sisters MarryIn FOHI COl'%* I
+ South Church street three or four forfeited his $10 cash bond by not i kltcnen was added at the rear of Double t'HA .('EH". property* partition among of the said parties de- Electric: Treatment
Ceremony .
blocks to East Nona turn left one I their location behind Carpenter'sdrug F. 0. Jones, J. C. proportion to their proportionate
appearing In court, sought to regaIn Cora B. Jones. .. therein In kind Cabinet
block and there It is-a white St., or by sale Baths
store on South Cherry .. Court
Accounts have been receivedhere Plaintiff: decree; and
t l house the right. It the bond, which was refused.He you are And
two-story on the partition between the dining -v-- required to appear to said Diet
is newly painted and la modern waa with the Boulevard Cab room and the old kitchen was removed of the double wedding cere- W.fendants C. Jones, et *in Complaint sai.I Court on July Joth -

;1tt{ I and convenient in every respect. Co., of Miami. and the new dining room mony in New York City on June ORDER OF ." decree pro-confesno and cause will,

now occupies the entire space of 7 In which Miss! Clementine Torruella State NOTICE of entered against you. Bradford Over Jacobs Store

E:1TCLASSIFIED: F,4, ADS the former kitchen and. dining became the bride of Hugh claiming If alive and....If... this qualified Telegraph notice newspaper once la designated each week to pub-the for STARKE FLA

room. James Mcllrevey, and Miss Vir- Johns, deceased
Instead of 26, as formerly the Jones, If alive, ,
i:4 ginia Torruella was wed to Arthur parties claiming A
unfurnished house FOR SALE --y Registered cocker of the new cafe .. Treat Awaits YouOPENING
FOR RENT- seating capacity Jones, Jr. Both young ladles are Ida Jones, Do Not l
1' (E with four rooms and. screened'I spaniel pup pie s. Lt. E. A.Rushton. Is now 46. Including the man the daughters of Mrs. L. Tor- and under all Oliver parties .

,q, porch.. F. F. Flume. (tf) I' Goldhead Branch ager, there are six employes.Mr. reulla, formerly of Starke, and Jones Johns, NIGHTJULY
I Iir'? State Park Keystone Heights. gratitude Jones, deceased
Mlxon expressed
now 'of New York City. otherwise. In
FOR RENT-2-r o o m furnished
I r 6-20 31p to those who have helped him erty situate In 3RD.
I 1 apartment.-Sam Anderson, 120 I of his The wedding was a brilliant Florida. to-wit:
make such a speedy success
;I Cherry St., Starke. 1t FOR SALE-Lake cottage on event In St. Bmholemew's Church Parcel: ('
? r all
business "It has been beyond
Hnlf Moon Lake, 4 miles from and was followed by a receptionat Section Corner Community Playhouse
said of ttectlon 32.
he Monday.
t RENT-F r I shed apart2 expectation
FOR it n
t7 Keystone Heights or Melrose the Hotel McAlpin.The B. thence '
2 large rooms. Mrs. G. P. 10 acres. About 700 feet Lake "Everybody has been nice. I thence' Houth 8 :. !
Wadsworth Phone 28, Hempr 'could not have asked for better Torruella sisters are well- West 466 feet of f StarkeIN
I frontage.-511 N. Ird St., Phone I He attributes the known radio figures, having been ning thence
ton. It and 40' West
dwa 391, Palatka, Fla.
with the N Uonal- Broadcasting
I Immediate success of the. businessto North 670 feet
: be "does not sell Company for more than ten: years. 710 feet I, THE ARMORY
the fact that ;.
I FOR RENT---small furnished apt. FOR SALE-Good trailer, almost gree and SO |
I and advertisesto They plan to .retire from radio PHIL TERRY
alcoholic drinks run Kant 693 -MANAGING
ly. Adults only. Also vacant room. new, capable of carrying 2.000 Houth DIRECTOR
work, however following their 204 3
i I First house past cattle gap on Ibs., objects 15 ft.)leng-th. See that effect. SO degrees and With Housewarming Program
iffhi t ,1'' I 1 Lake City Road less than mile., Florida Boat Service, Klngsiey marriage. to point of

,,1'ry+ Mrs. W. H. Struth. It Beach Starke, Fla. lip Miss Ely To Leave Mr. Mcllrevey is a young radio BEVi taming at 11.56 NKVt ; Vaudeville Acts Floor Shows Social Dancin
and he and his bride
Parcel 2:
; CAPE: COD COTTAGICS-Prefabricated Miss Gertrude Ely, who came will live In Bronxvllle, N. Y., following Section Corner Community Playhouse Orchestra
r FOR RENT-Front room with -portable. Mad last to Starke last March as a temporary of Section 22 8 P. M. To 12
to Midnight
} 1 twin beds. Mrs. E. L. Biggs, a wedding trip by plane to North 661 .. Adm. 50c and
337 North Walnut street. .Telephone a lifetime. Shipped anywhere. assistant In the Army Y. Colorado.Mr. degrees, and Proceeds to benefit: Starke School Athletic '
hifc. Quickly erected. Can be taken M. C. A., leaves today for her to right or Fund
108.. It Jones Is an officer In the No. 13. thence
down and reassembled home In Mawr, Pa., near
anytime.P Bryn and 24' West
U. S. Naval Reserve and he and
i& r Ice. as low as 1273, tip. Philadelphia.. Miss Ely will assist way 1331.9 I
y : 1)) FOR RENT-Comfortable room his bride 'are at Newport News degree and
Write the usa 117 : : /
for Illustrated folder: In the closing out of thence: South!
twin beds Va. where he Is stationed. Their
adjoining bath. Mrs. ,
1 {
Louis S. Kahn 1081 East 15th campaign In New York City, East 1293.8
p'' ( Edward Burns, 801 Madison wedding trip took them to Sea of a. A.. I*. THANKS
St., Brooklyn N. Y. which ends July 4.
a II degree
'ru" street. 1t Island, Ga.CocaCola.
i "I am most reluctant to go Maid right of
FOR SALE-1 1-2 ton O. M. C. thence Houth To our new customers for the
FURNISHED COTTAGES: truck with Miss Ely said Tuesday. pea West 882.7 business that have
I OH large refrigerator a growing realization of the Party ginning being you given us.
Lake Santa Fe, 5 miles east of body. Can be made into fine ple In Starke that the thing the For Peggy ForehandMrs. 33 said .. As advertised last week all prices
Waldo. Electric lights, running living quarters. Price 1150. excepting run through t hi.i
f' ,. soldiers want most Is to visit the V water. Inquire Lewis I Write John J. Heney, co High people In their homes.,, My part- D., P. Carpenter and Mrs. SB Cor. of SW Starting next Monday we will
::1" 'I Jewelry Co:, Gainesville, Fla. School DeLand Fla. 6-6 6t i Ing word Is that I hope more and T. T. Long''were joint hostesses of right said of Sec.way 82 have .a real extra special every

tf WANTED more homes will take them In when .they'entertained in honorof No. IS, thence day. For Instance Monday we
-Small I cottage; on said right of '
9 BEACH HOME-Ideal location 6 Kingsley Lake for months.) of for' a Sunday dinner or supper."I their niece' Miss Peggy Fore- point where I will give you areal price on one
; Dec. want them to know that hand of Albany, Ga., at a delightfully East line of item and then Tuesday it will be
bedrooms Jan. Feb.
r 2 baths comfortable Must have NEV4.\ thence ''
attractive and modern. Completely 1 heat-Mrs. Daniel Fobes:Route just because they are wearing Informal Coca-Cola party at point of .. ; I : something else. And we want

furnished for all-year 2. Box 286-B Starke. Itp their Nation's uniform they arenot Carpenter's Drug Store Thursday land Except. lying) that you to be frank with us. Wecan't

home Exclusive section At- different from other people. morning at 9:30: o'clock. No., 13, to-wlt make a success unless you
I, latlo Dally cash market for cattle and It Is an honor to wear the uni Cor. of W\4 \ o tell us where we don't please you.
; ? Beach. Available for week
4 1 F hogs. Auction Sale Is woman's organization NOTICE OK APPLICATION: FOR aid See. it, We will endeavor
; : r or longer. Reasonable-Ellen every Thurs- form. There a TAX IIKKII yards, East at all times to
day beginning at 2:30 formed In Starke NOTICE ard... West. meet the other
Gllleland : p. m. being 18: HKKKBV GIVEN ; stores' prices. If
,. Riverside Jack Columbia Stockyards, Lake City, now" Miss Ely said "consistingof That 1. H. Hill, holder of Tax Certificates t Except.) begin you appreciate ourstore/ West
ai sonvllle! Fla.> 6-13 3tp No. 182 and 186 of July FIE Cor. of \ on
Fla. Phone 481. Sea. or write J. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. 4th 1927 has flld said certificates{ Sec. 32 and Call Street, then you can help us

lit// ;,r FOR RENT""!Room with two D. Odom. Jr., 'P. O. Box 247 T. .Long Mrs. K. G. Duncan and I for In my Tax office need and to made Issue application thereon In 45 thence West West along make. It a success by giving us

r beds.-Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Starke, Fla. tf others who are working out that accordance with law. Said certi I a portion of your business. Thank
: i 221 Park Place very thing and I' ask for them ficate embrace the following described you,
; Starke. Itp I
WANTED property situate In
-Local Brad
as cashier. ,
.; the cooperation of the people ford County/'Florida to-wlt:
.. +' TRAILER FOR RENT-furnished Must have typing and bookkeeping I Starke la their great work. NJS of SWoot\ HK'/i of NKVt\ Sec.LIE Brooks Food StoreWest
-t'I.. experience. Good 28 Twp 6 8. R. IS E.; containing
l full-sized double bed. light and 1 5 Acre, more or I... Is embraced Call StreetNOTICE
;g water. Also two bedrooms. Apply Jim Forest 1I I Christian Convention undnr Certificate No. 112.or Director"U.
fi Guidon Grill. it Wye SEW of NEVi of BWVi See.
Four blocks
from courthouse. fe.Perfect. :
.: i of Christian i / _
A convention
Inquire 4t Bradford
County : PLEDGES!: AT I
C Telegraph. ltpIl' Ladles beautiful wrist watch, Churches of Union and Bradford .
counties will meet with the ChrisTian
15: Jewel, platinum case 10 dia-
:. FOR SALE Very reasonable: monds. Value 165.: Sacrifice Church at Starke Saturdayand I And You

l ,, 1940 General Electric roaster for $90. Sunday June 28-29, accord-

>,,, ; cream baked-enamel and chro- Men's pocket and wrlat watches, Ing to announcement made this sured
mium finish Including broiler week by Capt. J. L. Sandlin, I We Are
all makes and styles 6.95: up. Reducing The Prices On All Of Our Stock
griddle, thermoatate control and Ladles platinum diamond dinner Christian minister. Getting Our Complete Stock Must Be Sold Because
t ? four cream colored enamel bakIng ring. Value 225.: Will sell The convention will begin at ; Moving To Our New Location.
,. pans. Excellent for sum for $110. 10:30: A. M. Saturday with a song
'- service, and the opening sermonwill Money
mer home.
li1* kerosene heater Two, mahogany burner Nesco fin- White diamond.gold Value wedding$35. Will band sell 7 be preached by Fred S. Dodd.W. BANANAS 4 Lbs. -1 1!
'i ish. Also radlo.-lotr.. Solarl for $17.50.Man's C. Burton will bring the roes I 1 I pared ,
2nd floor sage at 8 P. M.
front. co| Mrs. F, H. 3 stone diamond

I .y, Long, 403 N. Walnut St. Itp Value $165. Will sell for $115 ring. Gardiner.At 10:45: will: A.deliver M. Sunday the welcom G. A. II i Sanitary BALLARDS FLOUR 5 Lba. 7 2J

For other real buys In unredeemed ing address while E. D. Jones I

CONSTRUCTIONALL pledges visit will make the response Capt s 1 / s I II SUGAR,5LbS.2
TYPES. NEW STRUC Sandlln will preach at 11 A. M., I
: II
TURES HEADQUARTERS after which the communion will 1 Menu
OR KKPAIRS: 201 East Call St. Phone 76 be administered. Lt. Col. J. N. 'Work I PREMIUM: Lary,

Plans, Estimate and Archi STRAYED OR Faulconer will preach at 2 P. M., At Low; _______ _
i, tectural Sort Ices Free LOST STOLENOne and Wm. T. Mlnshew will bring Coat __ _________ _ _
red-headed red-sided
G. M. DAVIS marked crop and two splits: the closing message of the convention Get noise rid He of those certain annoying. 1- LETTUCE
at 8 P. M. your 2 For -1
GENERAL CONTRACTOR each ear with halter; also large radio Is ,performing correctly. I - -
? GalMovllle, Florida. Brahma heifer, unmarked. Reward I
I We will Inspect It
Airs. Forehand Honored
736 E. Depot Phone 1004 $I per he a .-A. D FREE! SUDS

Crosby Route 2, Starke. lip Morning. Party I I Large _____ 33oSUPER 2 Small ___

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!f Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany
+ Ga., house guest of Mr. and Mrs i Radio Service I ; COOKING OIL LA.TJREL

: i I cJ-fE.dG'ton cSin9j D. P. Carpenter and Capt and - -41! I I Gallon -
/ Mrs. T. T. Long was the honored --- 9

guest Tuesday afternoon when

MINERAL Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenter en- BRADFORD FLAKES _____________ -1
; WATER tertained at an Informal garden 1-4 Mile North'of Town On Road

j party at 4:30 o'clock at the home
i of Mrs. Long. DRIVE IN MILK Tall Cans 3 For
Gift To The World"la Artistic arrangements of .ln- Plenty of Parking: Space ,

nlas and Mexicans were placedat American Owned and Operated
Note Available Intervals throughout the gar ANN

den.Shortly _""" WigaarW4aY.NWIaI11NgeWIMYNIWYWaYNMItlIYW.MIa1NMItlgIWlllla. . '.. .. .. .... ,. ,. ,..'''''' ....WyWnWIYWyyI1/. ,. ,.,./,.... '' '' Tall Cana _.
after arrival, the guest
were served tempting refreshments GOING TO '1 Lb. -1
of Can _________ _
Coca-Cola, open-faced I Yt -'
TilE WATER MAN WILL CALL sandwiches and assorted cookies.

Mrs. Forehand was presented TRY ONE BROOMS
a Rebecca Jug of honey as FOOT-LONG

a gift of rememberance of this 88c Value ______;--- 54c

I delightful affair. S9o Value _____________ 30e
; IF MISSED, Those Invited to enjoy the aft .. -10c 29o Value _____________ zOo

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Recommended Uy Physicians, Bottled .bas.enrwemr-nrswalswnmamnl.tat.lwslbslllsra-sse.1. '' .''......_ '',, .. .. cy WESTERN .

I l Under Sanitary Conditions. Bottlers ROAST ______________
4 ''tt .. FOR, PERSONAL sTERN "
And Drivers Have Health Certificates. i

Poise Diction'' Dramatics All BEEF' ______-_______--

Stay Pure With Pure Starke '''Community -


Public appearances in modern &:

I DAVIS. of all talent I BENNY'S GROCERY

Interviews & Casting 1 To 7 P. :M. Daily,

I, ? ; STARKE, FLA. Um.n do:.n* of bright Ideas tlo{ I.:: Starke Community Starke,

.I, r, P r -,..-....."'--...,.."""' -......-, -- YYY.YMa1yW'IX.eYY1WIWaeealtWYYWWYy.I.y' ,' ,... prove eaaU.g your Pod.**/.'tart Addr.M T. Rumord: Rumford R.I. Armory Bid*. Phil Terry, I SPECIALS FOR CASH ONLYl